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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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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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Thursday
June 22
1950

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POLICE INVESTIGATE |

CANNIBALISM IN TURKEY | U. K ° MA Y OF F ER
1ZMIT, NORTHWEST TURKEY, June 21. C O MM. P R O M TS E

ZMiT POLICE were to-day investigating two cases of
alleged cannibalism after a i-year-old boy named

Reds Hold In View of British
Large-Scale Public Opinion

Bahrei alleged he had seen a gang of four men eat the flesh
of a little girl and a little boy. Izmit police stated they had |
Manoeuv res (From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, June 21.
STOCKHOLM, June 21

recently arrested four men on cherges of forgery and false
"HE, NEXT MEETING between His Majesty's
Russia's 20,000,000 strong Home







pretences.

1,125 Miles In
Bath Chair

ROME, June 21

tenia

——«! The boy, Bahrei, who had
earlier been associated with them
had then volunteered a statement
that he had twice seen them eat-
ing human flesh. {

He said that he did not know
where they had buried the bones
of a boy victim, but that he knew










A paralysed Frenchman, ||the bones of a girl victim had Guard is holding larg- sca Government's representatives and the West
Louis Potigny, aged 26, ar- been buried at a place near manoeuvres this month, cccording Indies sugar delegates—not yet fixed —may be the
rived here last night atte: Eskisehier. : to Komsolskaya Pravda, organ of 7 ; h icinal tf
covering 1,125 miles in hu The Izmit police said that “in ms Communist Youtn Or, iwisa last in the series. Althoug the original reques or
Ee cen view of the seriousness of the al-) ore Home Guard is qividea} @M additional 85,000 tons guarantee was refused,
on a Holy Year pilgririage. legation” even from a ten-year- dey Ghia homeo a Soane = 1+ ¢

Potigny, who left N old boy, they were going to the, 7 alae ee arr, fee it is understood that the Government after careful
Dame Cathedral in Paris JOS » Navy, S..0 ‘

spot with Bahrei to look for the!
girl’s remains. !

The Eskieshier police said to-
day the Izmit police had not in-
formed them on the case and the
police in Ankara were also with-
out official information.

consideration of the West Indies case are prepared
to offer a compromise.

Sir Force “Dosav"

Desarm is holding air manoeu
vres from Tushino airfield out
side Moscow and practising glid
ing and parachute jumping in the
provincial cities

on May 6 to cover the dis-
tance to Rome, said he was
making the Pilgrimage on
behalf of the French Paraly-
tics’ Association. He hoped
to be present next Sunday

« What form it will take is not

vet known, but it is expected that

66 S = 99 | it will be suitable for acteptance
Special Blow |; y ‘th We et Indies ~dslagiies

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4







Miners Claim
Higher Wages

27-year-old film star had cut her
throat—but not seriously— in a
fit of anguish. Miss Garland was
suspended by MGM on Saturday



whether the British Government
and other governments receiving
Uniteq States aid v.ere going to
seat the Chinese Communist



meet the touring Malvern F.C, at
Kensington this afternoon.
Spartan, who were B,A.F.A,
champions fpr the past three years
are perhaps the most popular local





Lying bandaged in bed with
burns, Hoss Ain gave pressmen a
fragmentary account of the dis-
aster, which is estimated to have










Reinforced

LONDON, June 2).

The Istanbul Cun Desflot is carrying cut | — | Five weeks huve elapsed since
at the canonisation in Saint oar newspaper x : J ‘ sperations over the Amur river ° eee Se gg ne een
| Peter's of blessed Maria huriyet gave one version side by SIX MEMBERS of the seven-man Barbados r fi> team pictured at the Baggage Warehouse | and organising motor car compe- ays mithers - 7 ee _ . ge geld
Goretti 12- cow.old Italian’ side with a “rumour” that a boy yesterday afternoon shortly before embarking ov the “Golfito” for England titions covering the entire Rjazan x ed here to resume the talks com-
" ae rc : iawes named Fahai Kitzas living in a Left to right are Major A. S. Warren, Mr. T. AL. Roberss, tt, J. M. Cave, Lt. ©. E.| province = ; 6 menced in September last year
oi be fe jing bes vintile village near Konya awoke one Neblett, Capt. C. R. E. Warger, M.B.E., and Ma jer J. E. Griffith, E. D. Dosarm has organised sections ay LONDON Tone 1 pure me he _— on a
Witte Carriane os t morning to find he had been} ~~ Some —_—_—_—. in nearly every factory, institu hs (Mtnahtn?d tea deni ott ' West PP xNpe to a ent , a
a circumcised without any visible | * tion, and higher education estab-| wit poles” wae hea the} Wesi Indies’ case as fully anc
trace of human intervention. Cl | | ARMS ONI y ONE SUR VIVOR lishment ‘ = oo" was how Conserva- | forcibly as possible to many
eee : The paper said doctors were t Members of the three or, inisa se T.P. Peters Smithers this] influential people as possible
CANVASS FOR seeking a scientific explanation | : tinns are spending their ir’ time ee described the position Undeterred and not altogether
for this phenomenon.—Reuter AID , I O S FROM EXPLODED SHIP Pi ig ey Komsolskaya , the British Caribbe an terri-} st rprised by the Government s
j Pravda adds, because they are} tories under cuts made last May] continued refusal of their original
HEAD OF U.N. MONTHS | . i aware of the Imperialist intrigues in respect to their imports from | request they have enlisted ue
2 00. 000 gi Das ind know the capitalist states are | Canada from the Conservative arty
NEW YORK June 21 Jud Garland’s : £1,5 ° Ana 71 Men Lost encircling the Soviet Union ; Smithers was expressing dissat- | Housewives’ League, and various
Canvassing for presidency of y : But, the paper complains, some] isfaction with the answer of} empire minded societies
the September session of the I e Sli h SAYS SENATOR | CAIRO. June 21 Comemanlat youths only remem ee Secestary Mr Griehithe anne roe Pe coy enched
yener: sse y is already - / ; 1Rin want ' i Ae a he . ser Dosarm, Dosayv anc osflot | te ne question as to when he cl rope — as a »
as eae United Nations njyury : 1g t WASHINGTON, June 2). ‘ Muiering Magazine! Magazine!” a Pakistani man— | on Red Army Day would be able to restore cuts tional backing of several Socialis!
ai aastions: Ee ticake Suttons oA Annoyed at blocking the seat- sole survivor of a crew of 72,—to-day gasped out the firs Every young Communist must] M.P's—that it would not be in-
lege S 4 wake & ess, Al- . ’ me td ‘ 5 . . - ‘ 1eti aa The ay c . > C ile . :ae 7 . a
though the session is still about SAYS M.G.M ing of Communist China in the} Key to Monday’s mystery explosion aboard the 7,139-to: | tke an ective part in these ry oe declared he could | cautious to suggest that the Gov
three months away, it appeared rant eth United Nations, Senator William| British arms ship Indian Enterprise organisations, It is evr duty to an ne” v re the doilar position] ernment have been more or les
ft seule : a" : ; —? ~ » every mh or tan » ster s re; q — srt ' x o allen ‘asinine
to-day that the contestants for HOLLYWOOD, June 21 Knowland, (Republican, Cali- a eae she eee The seaman, 38-year-old Nur ae a tae imorenee that peggy te . ‘ou a ee They peer r
President will eventually be only Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer _ studios fornia) today proposed a tem- Hoss Ain of Calcutta, was brought : i splnberaeh change could be effected ent Is yi SF gies the BLW.T.
two — Mr. Nasrullah Entezam of|to-day issued a statement saying] Porary cut of economic co-opera- to a shore hospital early this The West Indies’ special hard- deleg tes were told that the ad-
Iran and Sir Mohammed Zafrul-|they were “relieved to know that] tion administration and arms aid SPOR I Ss morning from the Norwegian ship ’ ship arose from her close connee-| dition il tonnag reque t could not
lah Khan, who led the Pakistanjearly reports of Judy Garland’s| funds this year to seven months: which rescued him, shivering and orces n tion with the dollar area,| be granted, it was not Mr, Gomes
delegation to the last Assembly|condition were exaggerated.” Such a move, he told the Sen- ; thirsty, from the Red Sea. He Smithers pointed out. but Wie. Wiebb himself who supe
session “Her injury is only slight and{ te, would enable Congress at W was thought to be suggesting that Me : gested that the dis yasions ‘a fa
—Reuter superficial’, the statement said.J its January session i) have BPAWRANE - 4hii'' sanech's: lat the blast originated in the explo- a aya —--- — contin aD. CLECUSELONS: BNOUN
The studio said yesterday “hat the additional facts to go as to Division and Knockout champions, Sives_storeroom a This in itself is an indication
Belgium Approves that His Majesty’s Government
oes not want West Indian dele-

gates to return to

Payments Union

their peoples i



















- - team and their many followers involved a loss of £1,500,000 i » Mini Rhein nit nice mpty-handed, 7
for failing to report for work. regime in the United Nations. expect them to se1 the tourist - UU, n War Minister John Strachey told CINE © seg And it is significant that West
In to-day’s statement MGM de- He announced that he would very hard task to hold them’ this to duintarcn it took the ship ithe House of Commons to-day The ican totenene ta Indian delegates hao not ot
IN ULK. clared “Miss Garland’s health and | offer such an amendment to the afternoon. 1 nee" i that substantial reinforcements , : a ; played, their trump card—to pub-
f mind h b f great | Appropriations Committee. Malvern F.C., on the other hand, ‘oss Ain, still shaking and con- f land hs dusnes ave: ernie day appreved the draft agree- , b » pub
LONDON, June 21 Srioaee i.e toe bonne ee Senator Knowland, who has Of sebditions meteed’ In ee Gane stantly asking for water, attribut- in ‘in Mala “" Orees are arriv-/ment on the setting up of a Buro-| Mi earet i Fr YY idacine!
’ . . , » ‘olts n io z . 1e% "ay fi iw »| ments eTUsS mi ‘ iong
British miners leaders tos@ay ~~ Reuter been an outspoken foe of recog- match and have now become ac ed probably his escape to being co Strachey oe a: Yee — Payments Union drawn uy ciaiiline usal of an additional
. > e unce © e osion ¥ : 8s oO 1 OF ,
pieettifed & claim for higher Wines . nising the Communist regime in climatised to the bo f th on deck when the explosi tore , coon as jus® re-iby top level expert f th p> | Oe
for 400,000 | id yorkers China, told reporters later that if ant “th the hard Kensington pitch the Indian Enterprise apart. turned from a visit to Malaya,| ganisation for European Economic This reply I understand, was
Fah gxetted “waked cons an i Ree Ils | the State Di Sartusht. Wek Uh: that affects the play considerably, When picked up by the Westfatg Warned that the Campaign against/Co-operation in Paris last week. | POWertully worded, and answered
wi ich a enw a c aaa an Argentina alis Ruse e eat _ was un- Phu aventherd eae choca’ te Larsen he tried to thank his res- the Communist guerillas was not]'This was officially announced fol- | °° by one the British Govern-
ee on ee i ae we ines sien orcas int yerialbs 3 8 an interesting one. cuers in broken English gape : military one lowing a Cabinet meeting ment arguments against in-
§ a as 10 sk zs * SIS g 80 press ) Set The Indian Enterprise e said that one of the main . crease
eee a gga . ey wee Dr. Tacheret aoe aa it was time that bound for Calcutta, Baa Tonaen ee ¢ — for nee series er, spenent will now Mr. Webb and his colleagues
uinim yeekly rates Dp to * congress did,so. 66 with 550 tons of explosives out by General Sir Harold Briggs,}| 69 before the OERC Council of fare understood to have been
| BSBHS or indeterguna workers | BUNS eG overs neoter, | “CDrndyr me: ee eens eee | Bibl tae erations wae ts | Minoura to mest iin he treaty inetd When ey Pee
and £5,625 for surface workers CGitcial Gaaeite tooling ennsuwed on the Egyptian coast and Wejd, J e™sure that when the army re- next few weeks in Paris it and our Correspondent believes
ane pee Peers Sagat in the recall of Dr. Oscar Tacheret i * i Saudi Arabia. *| stored law and order, adequate Thereafter, it will have to be|that it might have been at their
ens Bain te lee a Aevantica’s Ambassador. to- India, Close Shanghai ath For ; oe commander, Captain P, F. ee of police and civil admin- ppproved by the United States} request that it has not yet been
ents wage restré ry, arse na’s Ap aRsa oes , campbell, and five of his officers | ‘stra ion were available to pre-| Economie Co-operatior Admin-| Put. before the public
—Reuter. ere news disclosed a week Shi in Ports Th We 9 | Were British, Eight other officers} Ve" @ reversion to banditry istration in Washington :
' Dr. Tacheret was recently inr PP 8 e orl aia Dealer. and the crew In- Se. a To sec I ’
U Strength Of | xolved in a night club incident in HONGKONG, June 21. vain Rhine bhatt eae nee , tion in the nitium’s participa- NO STOP, NO BUSINESS
p * g New Delhi and Mr. John Ken- The Chinese Central People’s —NIELS BOHR ane: FRENCH WANT Payment U ili ci Buropean | LONDON
. . ineth Edwards, an Engljshman,}Government has closed the port Siitace’ ta en special pro-| ‘Tobacconists Mrs. E. M. Cart-
U.S. Air Force was acquitted of a charge of as-{of Shanghai to all shipping after 5...» COPENHAGEN, June 21. Ui S EN, 7 Wy initial plan: ascites ret ed to the) wright has asked the London
: saulting him.—Reuter. the mining on Monday of the Pan- | _ Professor Niels Bohr, leading rge uper D STATE ate Be i ra tec by OEFEC ex-| ‘Transport Executive to wot. Sadie
WASHINGTON, June 21. amanian ship Valve, according to}@tom scientist who last week ° With fig Pg dae the bus stop outside her shop
i A Committee representing both reports received in Hongkong to- | broke years of press silence, said Authorit For OF WAR hé ane a aa changes, Belgium |“When the stop went, the queues
} Houses of Congress ta-day agreed day. here today “humanity is facing . a eclared, the plan was “un-| went,” said Mrs. Cartwright. “And
| that the strength of the United APPOINT NEW The Communist Government] this choice—an open world or Ci l-St l Me acceptable” to her so did trade worth £300 a week
States Air Force should be in- . earlier closed the South China|the end of our civilisation” oa eel Merger WITH GERMANY —Keuter. !io me.” —(Can, Press
ion”. an, Press)
creased from 48 to 70 groups. The MINISTER port of Swatow after the mining} Professor Bohr, who escaped

compromise appeared to be a vic- last week of the British ship PARIS, June 21, PARIS, June 21

from his native Denmark during



























tory for members of the House of BUENOS AIRES, June 21. Snhui Anhui, the Nazi occupation to work with Hreace’s chiet economic plan- i ar ie teat aeeitenes
Representatives, who for several] Peron appointed Dr. Arman-]| Unconfirmed reports state that| British and American scientists, 2°" Jean Monnet, “father” of the! earned FeO an authoritative
years have been demanding speci-|do Mendez San Martin, Directoz|Chinese Nationalists have laid|on the atomic energy project,|5chuman plan, suggested today eve are today, will submit a
fic permanent authority for a 70|of National Social Services as|mines at all Central and South | declared today “there is only one| ‘at the supra-national authority eee hee asking for the end-
group Air Force. The actual size|Minister of Education. He re-|China ports in an effort to main-| path for the world to take if|C0â„¢trolling a European coal-steel Fae ise ve oe ot wee with |
of the Air Force will depend on|places Dr. Oscar Ivanisevich,|tain the blockade which was} civilisation shall survive,” merger should be responsible to| tee of the Bie Three in jana
the sum appropriated by Congress|whose resignation was accepted|weakened last month by _ their The progress of science and|4 European “Parliament”. In al on Jul 3. pest sah hia ai
in the future for aircraft, equip-]by the President last month. ae from their Chusan ) technology has brought about the|two hours speech at the six power] A erie on the subject
ment and manpower.—Reuter. —Reuter. siands. aa necessity. of unhampered ex-|¢conference here on the plan, M.|has been communicated to the
me ——_—_-—-- change, in every country and|Monnet presented an outline of| British and American Govern-
emshaes f taaadlasain S t across all boundaries, of full}/Ssome possible methods of putting}ments a Foreign Office spokes-
HUNGARIAN PRIESTS information about all aspects of!it into operation. The chief sug-|man said. }
é $3,000,000 For human life. gestion made by M Monnet was] This latest French initiative in
" 2 | “We must create an open world,|that the supra-national high|the international field was be- B 8 SA 71 , mie e
W sure < #2 with common knowledge about] authority should be collectivel , laid a ritish (iuiana & lrinidad
ANT AGREEMENT Civil Aviation Social conditions and technical|/ responsible to a common comer Meved in diplomatic circles (
i MONTREAL, June 21. enterprises, _including en representing all the participa-

we nd The International Civil Aviation preparations in every country ting countries, This assembly Its object is to find a means cf
Bet en Church A State Organisations Assembly has ap- —Reuter might consist of deputies from the}Jenabling individual German

Mutual

parliaments of the participating
countries The Assembly might
meet once a year to discuss a re-
port of the high authority’s acti-
vities and decisions

citizens to go abroad, plead in
foreign courts and do busines
foreign countries without
ing from the disabilities attached
to “enemy citizen.”



The Hungarian Catholic Bench. of Bishops, Supreme 1951. The budget calls for $2,600,-

: A bs 000 to be obtained by assessment
Catholic Authority in the country, has decided to ask the|from the organisations 58 mem-
Government Church-State

ber nations—$132,000 by appropri-



Chinese Gun

ih British Ship )

BUDAPEST, June 21, ;proved a budget of $3,000,000 for
to open regotiations
|

. ‘ * ‘ i
Avreement i he : ation from its working fund— M. Monnet said in this way the Increasingly, Germans are being \
ee oe annouriced here to-day $80,000 by appropriation from the HONG KONG, June 21 supra-national authority would] caljleq enon te tenvat and . ss
a zs ne $ j a 8 ene . ; .
{| An official communique re- OE ee rere moven Matiodalist airoratt” 162 be responsible to a supra-na-|part in international bodic: cl e

\leased by the Hungarian News

PT
DON Agency and confirmed by Catho-
; saat ed lie sources here said that the
PANIC / Bench of Bishops had held a meet-
e ing. Afterwards Archbishop Grosz

tional parliament and its function
would thus be essentially under
democratic control,—Reuter.










day bombed and machine-gunned
the stranded British ship Anhii
and the rescue ship Hanyang
lying off Swatow the owners of

The assembly also approved a
scale by which the organisations
1951 operational expenses would
be distributed among contracting

as O.E.E.C The Schuman Poo
Plan will make freedom of 1 ‘
ment for German cit
imperative than ever

ns more



LTD.

here
to be closely connected with the
Schuman coal-steel merger plan












~~~ ________ —__ anna



I FAERIE;

| ainges sna states. the ‘vessels, announced, Neither RN. ' According to the French v ew

> “TIC ; i< ou aoe = oo The assembly decided to hold its| suffered damage nor casualties. Jou ALISTS PROTEST the only way to bring about
A PRACTICE of the Hur- 4 th aerate "cae Sincttion und next full scale session three years| The owners said the Hanyang, LAKE SUCCESS, June 21. the desired state of affaiss t& t THE ONLY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANC!
ricane Relief Wireless Com- Reli ie ‘Affatrs Mr Jose h Dar- from now with small scale assem-| which had been standing by the! The Executive Committee of the |declare that the state of wor itl 7 am ae eee 2 ENS :
munications Branch will . . intowmn hith 4th Bi hops’ | blies to be held in the intermediate | Amhui, put out to sea to avoid| United Nations Correspondents|Germany hag come to an en COMPANY IN BARBADOS
take place on Sunday, the Mani on im of the Bishops | \cars,—Reuter. being hit. Association has approved a reso-"}| Another way, it was ex)! sine: oe 4 ‘ re
25th of June; 1950, between The, sommuni : The Anhui (3,500 tons) was] lution protesting against the de-Jat the French Forei; fice,

ha que said the 7 h se ns ; pti
10 am. and 1 pm. The Archbishop requested that the beached near Swatow after she| cision of the United Nations to]would be to make a pr reaty
frequencies that may be haat i | . ; bs struck a mine when entering the] extend only limited credentials to] with Germany, but as none of the Sa Me Se he Ld ate in y
used are 7.1, 5.4, and 2.14 Se iouhedad’ i nelibeiatinis ab R.C. Priest Goes port on June 16, }a London Daily Worker corres-|+hree western power h tel Do not take Chances! Let US curry yeu
megacycles the Government d that th Butterfield and Swire the own-| pondent, who was accused OM|make a separate treat vithout : ,

This notice is issued in || Minister. had spceainnd that he To Warsaw ers said they did not know now! Monday by the United States of | Russia ae ge present e this Risks for You.

case any owner of a privat would pass on the request to the many planes took part in to-day’s “abusing” his resident privileges. | .),:tjon appears excluded
wireless receiver picks up | Cabinet This is the first time the VATICAN CITY, June 21 attack.—Reuter. —Reuter —Reuter
messages which might other- Hungarian Catholic Church hier-

Well informed Vatican sources
disclosed to-day that Father Adal-
berto Turowski, Rector General of
the Society of the Catholic Apos-
tolate, recently left for Warsaw.

It was thought possible that the
priest's visit might indicate the
Vatican's readiness to explore the



A NON-TARIFF COMPANY WITH VERY
ATTRACTIVE RATES

wise be misunderstood and

cause alarm

archy has officially made known
a desire to enter into negotiations
for an agreement with the Hun-
| garian State. Such an agreement
| bas been asked by the Government
now for several years, particularly
during the period before Cardinal

PROTECTION FOR WORKERS
In South Africa

Official Reception
For U.N. Council

LONDON



Ship Takes Fire

June 21



Invest Your Money. At the same time you Insure

LIVERPOOL, June 21 Mindszenty’s arrest and trial. possibility of resuming diplomatic CAPETOWN, June 21, ly dealt with.” Workers have been Mr. Kenneth Younger 3ritish ; ‘
Early today 100 firemen were —Reuter. | relations with Poland. Recent con- Justice Minister Charles Swart|told it is unlawful to stay away | Minister of State and Mrs, Young Your Property.
fighting a fire which broke out in} fidential reports to the Vatican| told the South African Senate to-|from their jobs and they are/er, were to-night receiving th

the holds of the





6,539-ton creel Acs from Poland are believed to|day that the police would give] liable to severe penalties guests at an official government
ship Fulaui late last night. Other have indicated that sh | full protection to people who went Referring to a pamphlet “issued | reception given for the information a8 pr ee
hips were moved from adjacent| STREET ‘“ORDERLIES”’ Government might inte Ne to work on Monday—called ag a| by a well-ktlowh Communist and{/of United Nations Economic an‘ Room 311 H. C. M. HUNTE
berths to safety. The Fulani which lishment of normal relations, as a} “national day of protest and|signed by other known Com-|Social Council by Senor Cruz of})) :
was listing dangerously because of | BEXLEY, Kent, England. mark of Vatican acceptance of the | mourning” strike for non-Euro-| munists” urging people to remain | Chile. { Plantations Buildin
the weight of water pumped into; “What's in a name?” A _ lot,| agreement signed two months ago | peans at home, Mr. Swart added: “we Senor Cruz is passing through | f
her from a dozen fire engines, had|think the road sweepers here. | between the Catholic bishops and Police in all major cities in the| can’t allow such things to take| London on his way to Geneva f ry Phone 4349 Branch Manager.
been loading a general cargo, in-; From now on their official name|the Government, first of its kind| Union issued statements saying] place that there should be in-|next month’s meeting of the Ex ii
cluding sulphur, for West Africa.) of “street scavengers” will be re-|to be signed in a Communist-'anyone trying to interfere with|timidation against people who|nomic and Social Council 5H)



—Reuter: j Placed by “street orderlies.” jruled European country—Reuter. willing workers would be “severe- want to go to work.”-—Reuter, — (Reuter.) =



PAGE TWO





Caub (Calling

Old Lodge Boy

o <
RS. LIONEL ARMSTRONG
of Springhall, St. Lucy, left
by the “Golfito” yesterday to
visit their only son Arnold, who
is with the British Thompson
Houston Co., ome of the biggest
Flectrical firms in England. Stay
ing at Rugby, she will be away
for an indefinite holiday, Arnold
will be remembered as being an
Old Lodge Boy
Anthony Studying
Economics
RS J. A HAYNES of
“Parkes”, St. Joseph, who

“Golfito”
summer

will be
vacation with
Anthony, who is studying
7 nomics at Pembroke
==" Cambridge She expects
away for three months,
told Carib that her
tiy to England later



to join

left for England yesterday by the
spending
her

the
son

Eco

College
to
and she
husband may
then

be

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LT. COL.
captain of the Barbados Rifle

J. CONNELL, O.B.E.

team for Bisley is pictured
here at the Baggage Ware-
house on his way to the launch
which took him off to the -Gol-
fito, which left yesterday for
England.



‘IR CHARLES WOOLLEY,
K.C.M.G., Governor of British
Guiana, arrived in Barbados yes-
terday afternoon on the Golfito
and will be returning to British
Guiana this afternoon by B.W.LA.

Sir Charles accompanied to
Barbados Lady Woolley, who is
going on to England on holiday.
Due to the Golfito’s brief stay in
Barbados, Lady Woolley did not
come ashore,

While here he is staying ai Gov-
ernment House and will confer
with the Governor and Sir George
Seel, K.C.M.G., Comptroller for
Development and Welfare in the
West Indies.

Sir Charles and Lady Woolley
were met on board by Capt. W.
Lambert, the Governor’s Private
Secretary.

Orchid Circle To Meet

eae GROTTO”, the home of
Miss B. Chenery in River
Road, will be the scene of a special
meeting of the Barbados Orehid
Circle on Sunday, 25th June at 5
p.m., when Mr. R. F, Parkinson,
recently returned from Trini .
will take the opportunity of tell-

ing the circle something about the .

Annual Flower Show which he
tended while he was in Trinidad.

Away For Four Months

ON. F. C, HUTSON, M.L.C.,

partner of D. M. Simpson and
Co., and Mrs. Hutson left yester-
day by the Golfito em route to
England. They will be away for
four months and will also visit
Scotland.

During their stay in
they will be seeing Mr. \Hutson’s
son Michael, who ig studying
Engineering at Derby and daugh-
ter, Phillipa, who is a nurse at St.
Thomas’ Hospital in London.

Staying With Relations

] ISS H. G. CAMERON of

“Sunbury”, St. Philip, was
among the passengers leaving
yesterday for England by the
‘Golfito” While there, she also
plans to visit Scotland; she will
be staying with relations, and
expects to return to Barbados
towards the end of September.

England

England And Europe
ISS JOAN KYSH, Secretary
J of the Barbados Public‘ty
Committee, and her sister My
Margaret Kysh, Clerk in Charge

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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" oe i . 5, Here the tenant does not appear
Texeira, whose brother) *° to have uch ease, (6)
Clement lives in Barbados, en ee te aay 8 Free copies of the current hit parade tune, “My Foolish Hear7
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. Disastrous,

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(6)

This means corn to some people.

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POSITIVELY NO INCREASE OF PRICES.

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and Wireless (W.1.) Ltd, left AJ. and Mrs. W. A. S. de RACITA FAULKNER hich}
Jesterday afternoon by the Gale who have been living me that her song recital which
“Golfito,” en route to England in Grenada for the past four was to have been held today at} e ARE Opening Friday 23rd 5 & 8.30
and Europe, on three months’ oe wre qemneetey ca ae be Comberners Seheet Gall has
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‘ spend one month’s holiday in when wiht be staged at the Brit- *"NERVES”’ A SIGN
Intransit os This i the Gest ar is eras s Headquarters,
3; Rp N rife of 1a rs, de yale has x akefield,” where tickets can be
is Pert ee ti Grenada since she arrived there obtained. YOU'RE GROWING
Trinidad and their daughter Anne, *VUP Yeets aso
were passengers intransit for Maj. de Gale, however, is Citations From este
England on the Golfito yesterday ‘requent visitor to Barbados Truman
afternoon. which he likes very much, and A
Mrs, Renison has gone to place but for family ties in Grenada, C 7” be ar age KAMP, ship-| Often as a woman ore
her daughter at Queen Anne's Mrs. de Gale told Carib, Maj, de ¥ ui G as e molasses tanker | middle life, her nerves get bad, and
School, Caversham, near Reading Gale would prefer living here 1 #0key” now in port is| | she accepts this as a sign of age.
and will be returning to Trinidad Maj. de Gale is the eldest of the on 5 first visit to Barbados | But why let yourself become edgy,
with Mr. Renison when he has had four de Gale brothers 4 During the wat he was the} Across run-down—or so nervous you cry : arene ;
his leave which takes place later in Captain of an American Troop] 1. Running bird like an ostrich. (9) without cause—at any time in life? : .
eal ome Sun Burnt! Ship, which provided transport | 6 Here you will find many cells in For nearly fifty years wise SAMUEL GOLDWYN presents
M TU : ei for over 46,000 soldiers without| y (aried stages of occupation. (6) women have been meeting- this
r . = ETURNING from Grenada y. Whete you have got to go } ‘l b
CN’BLE A. R W. ‘ROBERT- yésterday : t the loss of one man operating ir comb it out. (9) situation Mapp a. ae is DANA . SUSAN
Son, Financial Secretary Re SA neta ‘at ete -Y the European Mediterranean and | }2: Half of 26 Across, (3) plenty of rest, fre esh mn ees
t .". Se ; ie B \ after a nine-day trip the Pacific ee ‘ 13, Alternative return about the food and by takin, Chase's rr w
of Trinidad was among the which took them to St. Lucia, e Pacifie areas. Capt. Kamp broken tall. (6) Nerve Food to builc are For F OLI H H T
passengers arriving here yester- St Vincent and Grenada were W8S also in the Merchant Marine | 14. Susgeste a close green. 7) the eam Bis tron aad ether
day afternoon on the “Golfito” Mr. Jolly Hill and Mr. George Naval Service, and was presented |! teehee at Sh ea aes cence minerals in this time-tested with Robert Keith « Kent Smith + Lois Wheeler « Jessie Royce Landis - Gigi Perteap
intrangtt for England to spend a Gilkes, looking very sunburnt wana tee Gitations — by | 18. BES he coer ee neat rene tonic help build up your vitality " Screen Play by JULIUS J. EPSTBIN ana PHILIP G. EPSTEIN @
noliday. for their short holidays " scent sruman }49. One sees less of this driving and aid in toning up the entire 4 Directed by MARK ROBSON « Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, ing
foree since the introduction of system—so you can face the future
For A Couple of Weeks ge ee with confidence. | Plus
ISS ESTELLE DE CRUZE, | 23 and It used to be said that Give Dr, Chase’s Nerve Food a
whose father is the Secre- | this never happened in the chance to help banish nervous LEON ERROL in CACTUS CUT-UP
tary of Messrs. Y. de Lima in}26 What you may” expect a mendl fears and doubts. It helps you rest

MRS. GLORIA GODDARD, wife of John Goddard
West Indies team,
three of her daughters and her father,
the ps3. the Golfito y yesterday to join her husband in England. |





, captain of the

is pictured at the Baggage Warehouse with

shortly before she left by

BY THE WAY By BEACHCOMBER ,

HERE seems to be some mis-
take, as the actress said when
the stockbroker invited her to
drink champagne from his golfing
shoe. A telegram, addressed un-
doubtedly to me, says: Would you
be willing sign one year contract
play Bogota Millionarios team?
Of course I would be willing, if
the pay is good, and if I did not
have to play much In the first
place, it would be an excellent
advertisement for my books, But
as it is Mr. H. V. Morton who is
the footballer, I have wired back
to them telling them to get him,

masters keep whatever they can
pick up. He threw the original
number plates into a corner, where
a mathematics master found them
and kept them for future use. One
day the mathematics master saw
the magnificent car ‘outside an
inn near Narkover. He stole it,
and substituted his number plates
for the ones used by the history
master. The police at once ar-
rested him and restored the cat
to the rich parent. Dr. Smart-
Allick’'s comment was: “Never
switch number plates unlgss you
know where your lot came from,”

too,

Life Is Like That

Narkover News
PART from the Bats

T IS not at ever, public school
that the foll: wing incident
eould have taken place. A yery
rich parent came down to Nark-
over to visit his son. While he
was with him a history master
stole the magnificent car belong-
ing to the father changed the
number plates, and drove it to a
secret garage where Narkover

sleep upside down. I can
can Goldfish Swallowing
The members swallow

Myself: Possibly. A



Club,

all of whose members must

think

of nothing sillier than the Ameri-

Club.

live gold-
fish, for what that is worth
Prodnose; Do the goldfish live?
man
the Pacific threw an orange to a
whale. The whale swallowed it.

in

it.

Another man claimed the orange
and they had a row, The first
man pushed the second overboard
and the whale gulped him down.
The first man dived in to rescue
him, and he, too, was swallowed
The crew harpooned the whale,
and when they cut it open the two

men were sitting on its liver, still
arguing about the orange. Does
that help you at all?
Prodnose; No.
Myself; Oh.
Wimbledon

HE chief interest in the Wim-
bledon tennis being the
clothes of the lady players, it
might be a good idea to allaw only
mannequins and film actresses to
enter. It would make the for-
tune of Wimbledon and anyone
who was churlish enough to com-
plain of the standard of play
would be torn to piecey by those
who had queued ail night to see
Miss —— in her mackerel - skin
shin-guards.

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Sacrifices
‘Must Be-
Shared Fairly

Says Sub-committee

Soerey , ZR, THERE'S
NWOT A GINGLE TICKET



PARIS, June 21,
The sub-committee appointed
by the non-Cémmunist Miner:
International Executive to. draft
a report on the effects of the
French coal and steel pool pro-

posal said after meeting here to-
day “this initiative can succeed
enly if it has the effective par-
ticipation of the Trade Unions
concerned nationally and inter-
nationally.” -

The sub-committee also re-
affirmed the resolution passed by
the Miners’ Convention at Am-
sterdam in 1949 giving the 40-
hour working week as a basis for
an international agreement, and
it requests that all necessary
measures be taken to bring it
into operation.”

The sub-committee’s com-
munigue gave two requisites for
the approval of the pool plan by
the miners:

1. Saerifices resulting from
the transitory period must
be shared fairly.

So must re-equipment and
investment funds.
—Reuter.

French
Generals
‘*‘Retired’’

PARIS, June 21.

The two officers whe gave their
name of the “Affair of the Gen-
erals’—allegations of leakage of
defence documents and traffic oi
influence now being investigated
by a French Parliamentary Com-
mission — were to-day placed on
the retired list by a decision of
the French Council of Ministers.

General Georges Marie Revers,
59-year-old five star general who
negotiated the military clauses of
the Atlantic Pact for France, was
Chief of Staff of the Army until
last December. General Charles
Mast, 61-year-old former French
resident General in Tunisia, was
head of the National Defence Col-

te

Bao Dai Goes
To Nice
PARIS ,June 21.

Bao Dai, head of the Vietnam
State, arrived at Nice Airport to-



| - THE GAMBOLS

day from Indo-China. He was| lege.
greeted by his wife, the Empress] Both were removed from their
Nam Phong, his three children] Posts after missing witness’

Roger Peyre asserted that he gave
them money to further General
Mast’s candidature for $he post 0!
French High Commissioner in
Indo-China. Both have denied re-
ceiving any money from Peyre

—(Reuter.)

and M. Paul Hag, prefect of the
Alpes maritime department
(Southern France).

Bao Dai was accompanied by
Vietnamese Prime Minister Tran
Van Huu, governor of South Viet-
nam, Nguyen Trung Vinh, and



Secretary of State Tuan Van

Tuyen.

Bao Dai left by car for the U S Sh uld
Chateau de Thorenc, the Ex- ee oO

emperor’s residence at Cannes.
He expects to stay in France a
month and a half.

Not Stop To

“Ransom”
Declares “Daily News"

NEW YORK, June 21.

The New York “Daily News”
to-day criticised the United States
Government for reportedly deal-
ing with the Hungarian Govern-
ment on a “ransom” basis for the
release of Robert Vogeler.

The “Daily News” said it ap-
peared to be a fact that negotia-
tions were going forward on an
“international blackmail” basis
for the release of Vogeler.
“Most Americans doubtless have

—Reuter.



































every sympathy for Vogeler anc
his family,” the newspaper said
“But can the United States Gov-
ernment afford to let itself be
blackmailed into paying a mediae-
val-style ransom to a gang of
Communist robbers for the release
of one of its citizens whom these
scoundrels have kidnapped?

“If one such deal is negotiated,
Red Governments all over the

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France’s
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rice Petsche said today the coun-| ,. eae Tacs — v
try’s period of inflation appeared| ‘" "°° © ree vel _ .
“definitely overcome’. cee _— vane ove y ,
Wholesale and retail prices had Powe) 1 See SenEPEEs fn
been virtually stabilised since the | °° - ae
beginning of the year, he told the | We?" WAGSACT (0 SUVEREE
Finance Commission. retard 1 ep ae
Bank of France advances to the | the tin
State were practically unchanged | by Internation
since January, and note circula- | e International Di
tion was lower by 25,000 million | the place
frances than for the corresponding | ©a¢ cale lay t
period last year ‘ y ay be at m
Industrial and agricultural pro-j night uk te | and follo
duction had increased. France’s| ing the « e begins c
dollar deficit was covered by| tinuous! her westward
Marshall Aid and her balance of| A to cross the di
trade with other zones showed a} line ard sets the date -fc
credit for last year. | war y one day, as from Sun-
Improvement in the balance of | day Monday, and process
payments had resulted in a “very reve the posite direc
important” increase in the assets} yn
of the exchange stabilisation fund
and the Bank of France. Simple
At the same time, there were| jy f -ett
i ‘ : bu affair is a pretty
signs of a slowing down of indus- | tera:
trial and commercial activity—| °°. ‘ kt eae
i aus , “i : ~ a}, | Gate line iin Walte:
partially caused by strikes early heck oe
in the year. ~ | Hurd Bud Shaa
He said 9,000,000 working days) P&°84 they ‘have solved the
were lost through strikes between | “lemma by deciding to live by
January and April. sreenwich Mean Time
—Reuter. At least eby this system they
inp are abl keep track of time
without too much regard for the
Date Ling
Court | sut, nevertheles they adn
Co é hat the iob means the loss of
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. Sundi Shaas _ added. “1
‘ fte hile get amil
NELSON, British Columbia, with it.’ a
June 2! Both airm sned to fi
Michael Verigin (known as} Philippi: Aix huge DC—(
“The Archangel”) and his aici sleeper planes which they boa
Joe Podovinikoff have been found| at Wake Island once every weel
guilty by an Assize Court, here! en route to the U.S. Their Cali
of encouraging members of the) fornia bound flights depar!
“Sons of Freedom” colony to burn] Manila on Saturdays but. ero
down houses, commit adultery, the te line in a few. hour
and run around naked char Mondas
The defence said there had rn flicnt, timedto de-
been wife sharing commission Hot \ on. ‘Thursdays
and no schooling for children be- a ' othetieal ais
fore Verigin arrived in 1944 as : to Wed
leader of the colony—a group o ; ” ee
the Doukhobor sect group. . Dix
But Mr. Justice James M.' ,. , es
Coady said in his charge to the a , 4 aa :
jury! “If you cdme to the conclu-| 4). a a
sion that these two men agreed} -) ; ; ag ere
to promote the continuance of} j;., ee ee
these practices, there was con- " - rs a nik
spiracy”. al en iza s 7 luce _ ?
In defiant resistance io Can-| ’ rh cael th =
adian authorities, members of the] . ee ms = a '
Doukhobor colony at Krestova,} ’* : , iN a
near Nelson, burned down thei ee
own houses in wave of siiienninarily sie
destruction in April, and held . s
- rades Yr dd “
— nude parades round the Builders Want
—Reuter. je
Industry
° .
Jap Police Stop Nationalised
o,? * LONDON, June 21,
**Peace Petition’’ The annual conference of the
. National Federation of Buiidins
To U.S. Leaders cen ‘ Operatives held at Ayr
TOKYO, June 21. Scotland, to-day voted unanim-
Tokyo police today removed] U*!Y for a scheme to nationaltse
bills posted in various parts of| 'â„¢ 5 oe
the city asking the three United try da ne of principle
States leaders now here to sign} in. vchocl detail. of the scheme
a collective appeal for world] i) ow be del : ichia
peace. ’ sal had: 44 Sin ns tion, |
They also sought to arrest thos« i aid, \ MOeuneen at i |
responsible, the left-wing Aljaren} eo, arly 3,000 steel workers |{
Students Federation. were to-night on strike in protest|
Posting of the bills was} api t the suspension of a crane
regarded as preparatory for iri who took a holic ith
“peace petition rally” planned ut rmission last wee
to be held here to-morrow, but Several departments the}
banned by the Allied Education| huge Vickers works of the Ei
Ministry. lish steel corporation wer
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In Panama

PANAMA CITY, R. de P.

Panama’s National Secret Police
ave been authorized to scrutinize
‘anama government employees
uspected of Communist activities
or sympathies, as the first step in
purging Reds and pro-Reds from
Panama government payrolls

In a decree signed by President
Arnulfo Arias and Acting Minis-
ter of Government and Justice



Alcibiades Arosemena, the Secret

Panama's “F.B.I,”—was

ernment and Justice, who will
make the decision on dismissal.

If the
it will

decision is for dismissal,
communicated to the
employee concerned, who will be
allowed five days within which to
file an appeal with the Minister of
Government and Justice

In those cases wherein the dis-
missal decision stands despite the
appeal, such employees may then
appeal directly to the President
The decree makes no provision for
1 judicial hearing on the matter,

Major Step

The decree was the third major
stip in Panama's current cam-
paign against Communistic activ-
ity within her borders. First was
a Presidential decree on April 29
declaring all Communist “activity,
propaganda or agitation’ con-
trary to the constitutional demo-
eratic regime of the Republic.

On May 26 a second decree
barred from government employ-
ment all persons “who have en-
gaged in Communist propaganda,
activity or agitation.” The latest

be











General Increase
In B.G. Postal
Business

spade Advocate

Corresponde



V a } ner increas?
ct business over 1948, particularly
in mail and parcel traffic, ar
postal money orders sold, report

the Postmaster General of British
Guiana in his 1949 report recently

submitted to Government

Total air mail traffic handled]
was 1,652,424 packets, 198,439
more than in 1948, Figures for|
surface mail bags were 7,008 in

1949 as compared with 6,291 in|}

1948, Revenue from radio receiv- |
ing sets exceeded $10,000, the}
number

of licences issued being!
|

}

6,924.
During 1949 the Colony's postal
and telegraphic requirements wer

served by a total of 125 Post
Offices, Travelling Post Offices,
Postal Agencies and Travelling

Postal Agencies.
Extremely Difficult

The staffs of the headquarters |
—the G.P.O. at Georgetown,
have worked since the Great Fire
of 1945 “under extremely difficuit
conditions.” The G.P.O is
carried on in 6 different buildings]
in various parts‘of the City. The
new building, the foundation
stone of which was laid on
February 27, 1950, should be com-
pleted in 1952

New Postal Agencies were open
during 1949 at Burisanawa and
Orinduik, on the Brazil border, at



Manaka and Karia-Karia (Esse-
quibo River) at Mount Everard
in the North West District near
the Venezuelan frontier, and al
Atkinson Field, up the Demerara
River

These place names and dtstance:
convey some idea of the immensity
of the problem of providing postal
ind telegraphic communication
for a population of 400,000 scatter-
ed over an area of approximately
89,000 square miles and which has
outside the Capital City, George-
town, few really first class roads
Inland mail services operate satis-
factorily, the principal carriers
being the Government-owned
railways and steamers and the
planes of B.G. Airways Ltd



£ Devaluation
Affects Prices

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON,
The Central Bureau of Statistics,
Jamaica, has issued a report on the

decree set up the machinery for] effect of the devaluation of Ster-

enforcement of this ban

Meanwhile Panama's Commun-
ist Party, the Partido del Pueblo
(People’s Party) is challenging the
anti-Red moves on two legal
fronts . The party’s attorney has
charged unconstitutionality of the
original government decree upon
which the subsequent action has
been based, and has asked the
country's five-man Supreme Court
to rule against it

An Opinion
Panama's Acting Attorney Gen-
eral has rendered an opinion to
the effect that the decree was not
constitutional Unofilicial opinion
predicts that the Supreme Court
will rule against the Communists.
Simultaneously the Partido lel
Pueblo is pressing to defeat a




police magistrate’s order that shut
down their headquarters and
confiscated the party’s records. A
successful appeal ¢o a Circuit
Court judge, who ruled the closure
md docurnent seizure illegal, re-
rently was nullified by a Superior
Court judge's ision upholding
he original mn. The Com-

munists are expected to press this
matter also to the Supreme Court,
—INS



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Copper Mine At
Standstill

° NEW YORK, June 21
The Chilean Minister for
Labour, Senor Ramon Plaza, was



teday tlying to Chuquicamata,
site of the world's largest jcopper
inine, in an attempt to settle the
iwo-week-old strike, the New
York Times reported

the strike has not only halted
copper production, but stopped

ork on the $130 million conver
ion project for the extraction’ of
ore

The Chilean Government has
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is attempting to settle the

trike without invcking it

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which are reflected in the cost of
certain principal commodities on
both the import and export mar-
kets.

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motor spirits and coal have in-
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goods, footwear, cotton goods and
flour. Increased prices have been
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sugar, but bananas, cocoa, rum and
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Police Move Against
Counterfeiters

THE HAGUE, June 20.

The International Criminal Po-
lice Conference here, today decid-
ed to start making crime movies
for police instruction only. The
first film will show how counter-
feit money is made and different
methods of combatting ftezery
fhe Conference was also under-
stood to have agreed on regulations
for international police radio com-

munications which will speed up
the tracing of criminals and cut
down costs

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1950

June





HELP FROM
CANADA

THE United Kingdom Government
Memorandum to the British West Indies
and British Guiana Sugar delegation is a
sweetly reasonable document. But it can
hardly be said to convince any West Indian
that the United Kingdom would be “over-
taxing her strength as a trading nation”
by adding 85,000 tons of sugar on to the
640,000 tons she has already agreed to pur-
chase from the West Indies at a guaranteed
price.

Today in the West Indies the people are
now feeling the hard effects of ‘devaluation
of the pound and the full blast of controls
which have resulted from the guillotining
of dollar expenditure by the Caribbean
Colonies.

How greatly the West Indies have been
compelled to buy from sterling markets js
not fully appreciated. Taking $110 million
as an average total of Canadian-West In-
dian trade, in two years the British West
Indies transformed an adverse balance of
trade with Canada of $48 million in 1947
to a favourable balance of $19 million in
1949,

It is inevitable that the West Indies must
suffer as a result of such drastic pruning
by Whitehall.

The West Indies appreciate the appeal to
tighten their belts for the sake of keeping
the Sterling Area afloat but they consider
that they are not getting the best of the-
bargain. They are not only faced with the
appalling rise in the cost of living due to
devaluation and restriction to soft currency
markets but they are faced with the loss
of the Canadian Steamship Service which
is (in spite of the high rates resulting from
devaluation) one of the only satisfactory
methods of communications between the
scattered West Indian islands.

This service will certainly cease if
Canadian cargoes to the West Indies are
not allowed to increase because of dollar
restrictions.

In all questions of spending dollars there
is no doubt that the West Indies are un-
likely to sway the British Government in
the same way as would the vested interests
of the British merchant or consumer on the
spot. The West Indies are treated as colo-
nies when it comes to bargaining over trade
matters. Their interests must be repre-
sented directly. Otherwise inequalities of
treatment will continue.

One of these inequalities was recently
quoted by Mr. A. S. Bryden when he men-
tioned that the United Kingdom had spent
no less than $1,500,000 in purchasing Cana-
dian apples for the English market in 1949.
In Barbados apples are dictatorially de-
creed to be “non essential.”

Potatoes (now in short supply in Barba-
dos) and onions could be obtained from
Canada at very much lower prices than we
are forced to pay in other parts of the
world. Oats are totally prohibited from
Canada.

Nor cari it be argued that Great Britain
is bridging the dollar gap by these restric-
tions. Although Canada has facilitated
importation from the Sterling Area by im-
posing restrictions and quota systems
against hard currency countries, yet
figures from the first quarter of 1950 show
balances in favour of Canada with the
United Kingdom of $62.7 million and with
the British West Indies of $3.8 million.

The British West Indies owe a great deal
to Canada in the past, during the recent
war, and today. The West Indies are suf-
fering as a result of the enforced elimina-
tion of Canadian-West Indian trade. They
have been disappointed in the United King-
dom’s polite answer to the sugar delegates.
An effort must be made at once to find a
way of greater help from Canada than the
United Kingdom seems prepared to give.

OUR READERS SAY:




















Appendix To B.W.1I. Memorandum
Dated 26th May.

Extract from U.K. official
| document headed Common-
| wealth Sugar Negotiations.
Note on the United Kingdom
Position dated 30.12.49 —

issued to Colonial and
Dominion Representatives
on 3.150.

“It is anticipated that Australia
will almost certainly have an ex-
portable surplus in 1952 of
600,000 tons based upon present
commitments as regards the size
of the industry.”

‘See Austraiiar editorial quoted at 2
below; in particular portions tn italics.)

2. Extract from Australia’s

“The Producers’ Review” of
15.1.50, the official journal
of the Queensland Cane
Growers’ Council. (Gen-
eral Secretary: R. Muir —
one of the Australian dele-
gation to the U.K. taiks).
Leading Article — REWARD FOR
EFFICIENCY

“One view which may be taken
of the successful negotiation of the
Sugar Industry Agreement in
London, by the Premier and the
delegation accompanying him, is
that it is a just reward for the
efficiency of the Australian Sugar
Industry.

“That efficiency is admitted even
by those who have, for their own
reasons, opposed the industry in
the past. Indeed, the growth and
survival of the industry has al-
ways been related to its efficiency
and its ability to overcome the
seemingly difficult

“The immediate implication of

the recent eight-year London
agreement is that it ensures a
market in the United Kingdom

and Canadian preferential mar-
kets, for 600,000 tons of Australian
sugar annually.

“The new figure means an in-
crease of 200,000 tons of sugar on
the basis quota of 400,000 tons
allowed under the pre-war Inter-
national Sugar Agreement. This
is an increase of 50 per cent.

“With the 500,000 tons required
for Australian needs, the increased
quota means for sugar growers a
reasonably assured market, at
home and abroad of 1,100,000 tons
of sugar each year.

“Obviously the production of
this increase calls again for a high
degree of efficiency, firstly fot the
formulation of plans for the at-
tainment of the production target,
and secondly for meeting the tech-
nical and _ practical difficulties
which are inevitably associated
with the increase in production.

“The immediate problems are
manifest, but the co-operation of
the Governments, the millers and
the growers in a combined effi-

concerned the Queensland
Growers’ Council, and now
opportunity to ameliorate his posi-
tion and conditions presents itself.

“In short, we suggest an imme-
diate, and a longer-range plan, to
raise production so that the
Agreement concluded by the Pre-
mier and the delegation in Lon-
don can be achieved within the
shortest possible period of time.

“There are many further ways
in which increased efficiency can
contribute to the realisation of the
Agreement.

“The breeding of new varieties
has already done much to increase
production, but no one will say
that the zenith has teen reached
in the art of plant breeding. The
breeding of early maturing vari-
eties will undoubtedly play an im-

portant part in the total plan.

“We understand that the Bureau
has an extended plant breeding
programme in contemplation. No-
ining should be allowed to hinder
its early implementation,

“The scientist and technologist
has his Cefinite part to play in the

consummation of the plans both in

the field and in the mill.

“American industry affords a
shining example of the attainment
of efficiency through research. We,
as a people, have come to regard
money spent on research as some-
thing of a luxury. In America the
expenses entailed in a research
programme is regarded as an
ordinary and legitimate business
exper se.

“We feel sure that money spent
in research heightens efficiency
and eventually reflects in the
profit position.

When we look in retrospect on
the history of the industry, we
think of the pioneers who founded
it. They did not have fixed guar-
antees of anything. They had a
reasonable faith. The future of
the industry calls for less faith
now than was demanded of the
pioneer. The goal can be won by
the application of will and effi--
ciency. They are two qualities
which have taken us so far along
the road already.”

3. Further extract from Aus-
tralia’s “The Producers’
Review” of 15.1.50.

Agricultural “Chit-Chat”
by “Agromonist”

“With the announcement of the
very considerable increase in the
sugar export quota to the United

ingdom it is obvious that the
sugar industry in Australia will
have to get busy with the clearing
and grubbing of more land, and
interest will naturally quicken in
mechanical methods of land clear-

Cane
the tralian Sugar Industry

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





THE programme of the Institute of Social and
|Economic Research at the University College of
‘the West Indies is being expanded. The Director
ef the Institute, Dr. H. D. Huggins, emphasises that
the Institute was to act as a forerunner for work
in teaching in subjects relating to the social and
jeconomic life of the Caribbean. The relationships
enable the Aus- | of people in the community in Jamaica were rather

wil, I to face the ‘different from those in either say, Derbyshire or

am sure,



future with every coniidence. South Carolina. If our teaching was ar me
| i “ari yas i rtant that socia
A ts in the Caribbean, it was impo z
“In brief, the task of the Aus- ;/ 00'S — :
tralian Delegation was to ensure |and economic information should be relevant, that
that Australia (which had been

material should be forthcoming for providing texts

the principal Empire exporter to] nq similar matter for reference purposes.
the U.K. market in the years pre- , ae
ceding 1939) would not be preju-| {was necessary that the Institute’s activities
— Hehe —s by the adoption | should not be limited to Jamaica but should ex-
of the principals announced by th» i i i
Colonint Offre > ves Se jtend to the rest of the Caribbean. To eae —
The terms of that statement (and Arnold Plant, one of the people who ha play
other information gleaned in | en important part in the planning of the Institute,
London) indicated that there was |had, with the Director, visited the different units
real danger that in the a of cf the Caribbean. The object was, on the or
strong representations from Aus-; ‘ ‘
irallar the positigh of the latter |"and, to explain the purpose = the ome na
would be prejudiced in favour of |©? the other, to try to secure the symp
the more vociferous Colonies jterest of those engaged in the practical problems
“Te ingen for an ,of administration and planning. Their first visit
tralian leader hai + ee “sy | was to the Leeward Islands. Plans were yt
Premier of a State and that in/|for the forthcoming arrival of Miss Nora Sifflee’
adaition he had been specially cf the staff of the Research Institute. She was an
appointed by the Prime Minister, ! economist and was planning to undertake the pre-
and thus was directly represent-| ,aration of estimates of national income for the
ne ee cote Govern- || peward Islands, Windward Islands and perhaps
Te, oles” dhdenice had a \Barbados, A famous economist had recently said
‘that an estimate of the national income was the

leader of equal status » ;
necessary beginning of a serious economic study



is

Procedure of any country. In just the same way as it was

; LK i d useful tO have accounts for a business, so
“The U.K. did not convene a! foun ’ e 5
conference of all dele gations to-| national income estimates tried to show the over

all economic position of a whole community.
Discussions had been Held fin the Windward

Islands, Barbados, Trinidad and British Guiana.

In Trinidad, another of the Institute’s staff, Mr.

Lloyd Braithwaite, a sociologist was starting -
n

gether; instead, the U.K. delega-
tion had a series of separate meet-
ings which each of three groups,
viz: the Australian Delegation, the
South African Delegation, and the
) z Jegation (as one grow
Colonial Delegatior s one ae study relating to community structure.

representing British West : ,
Mauritius and Fiji British Guiana there was much interest aS
“The pr iur pted was possibility of a study of the circumstances affect-

> rocedure iopte was

ing the attitude of labour to wages. Some, for

stralie iel- - m
Hees # example, suggested that if the cane worker was

is been that

satisfactory to the A
egation; one result |







an arrangement with Australia| accustomed to a certain wage and the rate wae
was finalised on the evening Of] increased, the immediate effect was to get less
>

ith December, whereas the U.K) Vor done. The importance of the whole labour
at the time of writing this report

i i nised and Mr. George Cumper
had not reached situation was recog :
South Aihton ost the Colonies was already engaged in a study on labour a
“In view of the attitude of s in Jamaica. It was hoped that results

lity with



British West Indies, general con-| would justify the study being extended to other

ferences could only have resulted] nits in the Caribbean. ’

io eee poo ee ae One of the questions being asked on many sides
rp pted conienteh to-day was whether relatively poor communities
e] like the Caribbean could afford to put money into

Australian Delegation to ne- :
South Was it justifiable to be carrying out



ious debates.
the procedure
the
gotiate (in advance of

research,
Africa or the Colonies)

an agree-

: wns studies of such a nature when there were so rn
“gra gpa oh gh papacy 4 schoolrooms here and hospitals there which nee E
Serarane aici’ eee ee ee ed attention? The answer seemed to be that any

“As mentioned earlier, agree-, business or community which desired to advance
ment with the U.K. on matters! must be prepared to strain to increase the educa-
other than the price for 1950 was|tion of its people. Lack of education was one
reached on the evening of 7th] o¢ the bottlenecks in development. Japan had
Decemnen” « found, as had other countries, that one of the ma-
5S. Extracts from “The Austral-)jor brakes on the rate of expansion of industry

ian Sugar Journal’ of 15th}and on social advancement was the lack of educa-
December, 1949, issued by the | tion and the lack of know-how. The cost of edu-
Australian Sugar Producers’ | cation and the research which went with it was




ciency effort, make none of them ing.”
insuperable. 4. Extracts

“With regard to planning, it
would seem to be a preliminary
step that each mill area should
be completely surveyed to find
what contribution to the increased
production could reasonably be
made from existing holdings, and
from other suitable lands avail-
able for assignment in existing
mill areas. try, was o

“The acceleration of the honour-
ing of the recent Agreement seems reached
to be a basic essential, and it also

after

areas, where production can be Ministers.
stepped up with the employment
of a little new plant and equip-
ment, which is stil! in short supply,
as possible.
“Furthermore, it
initial

negotiations.

places the of the

increase in production

efficient grower who is aware of available for

of land.

Industry.
“Parallel with tnis plan for ac-

celerated vroduction the miller

volve some re-orientation of mill-

does not belong to the miller

alone, and he must look to the “Before

over-all industry result

than at his own ideas of mill con-

trol. Pearse,
“May

consistent with efficiency. tions with the

Authorities.
“Once we have obtained a clear

picture of the available accelerat-
ed production, and of the millers’
capacity to handle it in an econo-

mills to bridge the gap between their task

home and exports markets,

“The plan we have envisaged the Australian
looks after the problem of improv-
ing the position of the ‘small

“The
grower, which problem has long

very



from Australia’s
“The Producers’ Review" of
15th December, 1949.

i
BRITISH COMMONWEALTH
SUGAR CONFERENCE,
AUSTRALIA'S EXPORT QUOTA

“The delegation, representative
of the Commonwealth and Queens-
land Governments and the indus-
well-balanced team,
and the agreement had only been
lengthy
ences with the U.K. Delegation.
seems that accelerated production The Premier also had a number
can first be obtained in existing of valuable talks with the British
The status of the Pret
mier as leader of the Delegation
was of great advantage in

“At the time of the preparations
report the final
in agreed upon in the case of South
the hands of the experienced and African and the Colonies were not
publication.
the capacities and limitations of members are concerned

crop production from a given area with the extent of the market
available to the Australian Sugar

“The relative position of Aus-
must plan to increase his crushing tralia in connection with export
rate without undue interference Quotas will be protected if Soutn
with his efficiency. This may in- Africa or the Colonies receive an
unexpected increase in the quotas
ing policy, but the sugar industry anticipated when the Agreement
with Australia was drafted.

leaving
rather Hanlon sent the following letter
to Mr, Ron Muir and Mr, E. T. S.

I take this opportunity
“The millers’ plan must be one of thanking you for the co-opera-
to implement total efficiency, Un- tion and assistance which you have
due prolongation of the crushing given to me as Leader of the Aus-
periods leads to a wasteful indus- tralian Sugar Delegation during
try economy, and one which is not the course of the recent negotia-

United Kingdom

“The successful outcome of the
negotiations is, I think, indicative
} j of the fact that the official mem-
mic period, we can then turn to bers of the delegation, the advisers
the question of planning for new and the observers all approached
with
production and future ‘available purpose, namely, a desire to en-
sure that at all cost the stability of
Sugar
must be preserved.

dustry has substantial grounds
satisfactory agree- for satisfaction with the terms of
the agreement... ..”

ment which has now been reached

Association Limited. (Gen-
eral Secretary: E. T. 5. Pearce
—one of the Australian Dele-
gation to the U.K. talks).
Leading Article—
EMPIRE SUGAR TALKS
AUSTRALIAN AGREEMENT
“It was learned that talks were
duly opened on November 21, but
no information was made avail-
able regarding the progress of the
negotiations until December 8
when the Australian Prime Min-
ister, Mr. J. B. Chifley, announced
that the ‘Australian delegation
under the leadership of the
Queensland Premier, Mr, E, M.
Hanlon, had reached an agreement
with the United Kingdom and
briefly enumerated the terms.

“By way of comment—it is
noted that the United Kingdom
did not vonvene a conference of
all the delegations together, In-
stead the United Kingdom dele-
gation held a series of separate
meetings with each of the three
groups, viz:, the Australian dele-
gation, the South African delega-
tion and the Colonial delegations
as One group comprising repre-
sentatives of the British West In-
dies, Mauritius and’Fiji. The ar-
rangement doubtless was well
considered prior to adopting that
procedure and appears to have
operated satisfactorily at any rate
so far as the Australian delega-
tion was concerned. This delega-
tion was able to reach an agree-
ment with the United Kingdom
before the other delegations com-
pleted their negotiations.

confer-

the
quotas

Our
mainly

London Mr.

“With tbe present level of home
consumption at about 500,000 tons
the Industry now has total market
possibilities for 1,100,000 tons an-
nually and this will provide op-
portunity for the normal. expan-
sion which may be foreseen, due
to the greater productivity of new
varieties, etc. Whether the In-
dustry will reach) that figure by
1993, remains to be seen, but it is
up to the Industry to consider
how the possibilities now present-
ed can be most . advantageously
utilised

a singleness of

Industry “However, we feel that the In-



Commercials






the price that we, im the Caribbean, must pay for
admission into the inner circle where there was
competition for higher standards of life. It might
not be out of place to conclude by mentioning that
the General Electric Company spent, out. of its
gross income of $56 million, something like $15
million or 25% on research.

Colonies Report

British colonial governments are going ‘ahead
with 350 large new development schemes costing
a total of $1,120,000,000.

These new development plans and the progress
being made in the colonies are disclosed in the
Colonial Territories annual report Tor 1949—50
issued in London.

The report said that the Colonial Development
Corporation, which is responsible for many of the
plans, can borrow up to $303,000,000 to help pay
tor commercial schemes.

These include poultry farming in Gambia, timber
extraction in British Guiana, cement manufacture
in Northern Rhodesia, Jamaica and Uganda, the
building of meat-canning plants in Tanganyika,
cotton-spinning and weaving mills in Hong Kong
and sealing in the South Atlantic.

On progress in the colonies, the report said that
the sugar crop in Mauritius and Jamaica reached
anew peak in 1949, while the rice crop in Malaya,
despite bandit activities, is expected to create a
new record this year.

There were increases in exports of colonial gold,
manganese copper, bauxite, tin, diamonds and oil
last year.

By the end of 1949, the report said, practically
every colony had more schools and more children
attending them than in 1948. Each year since
World War IU more and more colonial students have
been taking courses in Britain.

Singapore claimed to be the healthiest seaport
in the East. Its death rate was as low es that of
Britain.

Cyprus, where the malaria-carrying mosquito has
been eliminated by modern methods, also claimed
a record low death rate.

Mauritius claimed it had almost ended malaria.
Nigeria is embarking on a Scheme for clearing
9,500 square miles of the deadly tsetse fly.

Figures like these, said British Colonial Scere-
tary James Griffith in the report, compare favour-
ably with those of certain countries which criticise
British Colonies at the United Nations Organisation.

The report looks ahead and says: “If suecess in
achieving self-government can be gained the re-
wards are immense. For the colonial people there
will be life richer and fuller in every respect, for
Britain a strengthened Commonwealth and ex-
panding opportunities for trade; and for the world
an augmentation of resources.”’—LN.S,



To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—The attached is from an
old copy of the “Readers Digest.”

It would seem that although
‘these Radio advertisements are an
infernal nuisance, they still serve
some useful purpose.

“It was Sunday afternoon, and
my wife’s bachelor uncle, who
operates a poultry farm, was lis-
tening raptly to a radio pro-
gramme. I remarked that it was a
shame that so many good pro-
grammes were interrupted by
commercials.

“Uncle John pointed the stem
of his pipe at me and said, “It may
look like that to you, but those
commercials are very necessary
to me. When I get to listening to
a programme and ought to stop to
look after some hens I'd find it
very hard to leave if someone
diln’t start hollerin’ about how
wonderful some soap is. But when
that begins I just snap off the
radio when he’s in the middle of
a sentence and go about my
business real happy.”

WM. C. FENTY,
“‘Chesgate,”

Land’s End,
gune 19, 1950,

x

Music
To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Please allow me to ex-
press my opinion of the pro-
grammes relayed to the subscrib-
ers of Radio Distribution on Sun-
day nights between the hours of
8.30 and 9.45, generally some play
or music festival or such, and
what boring music for such a long
period! Why could not these pro-
grammes be half an hour or so,
instead of one and a half hours?
It is quite true, that it is an
impossibility to please every one
at the same time, but why should
a dozen, (if there are so many
lovers of this boring music in
Barbados) be pleased for an hour
and a half when at no time are
the lovers of music like waltzs,
light music ete., suitable for Sun-
day night have only fifteen min-
utes of this kind of music.

What we need in Barbados is

tadio Subscribers’ Union, Then
and only then will the Radio Dis-
tribution subscribers get a more
balanced distribution of pro-
gre



nes,
I would be their first member.

BORED STIFF

Buses

To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—It happens that now the
five passengers to a seat is strictly
carried out, it has uncovered a
wound that has been oozing for a
very long time, and needs to be
healed. At the hour of 3 pm.,
the regular time for running the
buses from tgwn to the country,
we get a few buses leaving the
stand from the lower Green for
North, in which the regular hour
bus is included. There are pass-
engers who are going as far as
Speightstown, and some not as
far, but will not get into the
regular hour bus even though
there is room, but will get into
one of the buses going beyond
Speightstown, thus causing a
passenger who is going further to
be left out, and very often when
the hour bus reaches Speights-
town, the bus which is going fur-
ther has already gone, all be-
cause the wrong seating has taken



place.
For better accommodation of
those passengers going beyond

Speightstown, I sincerely hope
that this condition will soon be
nonentity

PASSENGER

Are N ecessary

Pity The Clerk

To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—I_ am quite sure that
“Fairplay” does not know much
about the day-dreaming custom-
ers that the poor clerk has to
put up with daily. Fifty per cent
of them don’t know What they
require and 45 per cent. of the
other fifty are either looking to
come back, asking for patterns,
Teking some item on approval to
be returnéd next day or looking for
something for nothing. What with
an empty stomach and perhaps
having to dodge the debt collec-
tor for house rent, etc. it’s no
wonder the clerk’s head becomes
confused,

UNFORTUNATE CLERK
June 20, 1950,

Canadian Help

To the Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—The somewhat lengthy
appreciation of the oil situation in
Barbados by Mr. Shepherd, which
appeared in your issue of June 5,
will doubtless be of interest to
many of your readers. However,
Mr. Shepherd's criticism of the
ability of Mr. Tanner, the Minister
of lands and mines of the Province

of Alberta, to advise the Govern-
ment of the island in regard to
oil rights, seems to my Canadian
friends and myself to be uncalled
for and not in the best of taste.

Mr. Tanner, not at his own re-
quest, was good enough to spare
the time to make the long and
tiring journey to Barbados and
return to Edmonton without any
thought of emolument, to help, if
possible, a Sister member of the
Commonwealth to decide as to the
best method of dealing with the
question of the allocation of oil
concessions. Now he is accused
by Mr. Shepherd of the lack of
ability to give such advice.

My Canadian friends and myself
feel that the Federal and Provin-
cial Governments of Canada have
shown that they have been and
are always most ready to help,
in any way they can, to further
the interests of Barbados in par-
tceen and the West Indies in gen-
eral,

The Federal Government of
Canada has already loaned one of
their most experienced engineers
to assist in the construction of the
new runway at Seawell Airport.

If these men or any others who

y follow them are to be criti-



cised out of hand, then the Feder-
al and Provincial Governments of
Canada should ponder seriously as
to whether or not their gratuitous
help is really wanted or appreci-
ated by some of the responsible
citizens of the island. .

A CANADIAN.
June 6, 1950.

Tenants Plea
To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—I am writing on behalf of
hundreds of poor people who are
in urgent need of a rent restriction
law to go into force, and a board
active to protect tenants from be-
ing oppressed by landlords.

With the advance of rent, daily
I see and hear of respectable
people levied on by bailiffs,

This is one of the first steps that
legislators should rectify and they
would never get a vote from me
until this law is effective,

It is shameful how decent
people are treated, who through
outlandish house rents have to
exist in a room and under the heel
of a debt collector or bailiff.

Hoping that something may be
done promptly,

OPPRESSED TENANT

June 20, 1950



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THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1950



Housewives Feel
C.O.L. Draught

DEVALUATION has struck Barbados bringing with it

increased worries to Mrs. Housewife.

A gradual but con-

tinuous rise in the cost of living since the event, has taken
the indes: figure according to the latest available estimate

at the nd of April, to 242
“*Wild Bee”’
Drifts

_ “WILD BEE”, a 21-foot
fishing boat owned by Cor-
lett Yarde of Oistins, Christ
Church, broke its moorings on
Tuesday night and drifted away.
Wild Bee is valued at $500 and
up to the present no information
has been disclosed as to whether
it is insured.
URING THE PERIOD that
flying fish ‘were plentiful,
tinned and fresh meat could also
be purchased in bulk, but now that
the flying fish season is on the





verge of ending, meat is very
searce.
This shortage of meat, which

started about a week ago, is now
being felt because the supplies of
Argentine and Australian beef,
which were in stock, are ex-
hausted.

In an interview with the Advo-
cate yesterday, a butcher of the
Public Market said that, the only
method of relieving the meat
shortage is by removing the
scheduled price.

At present they are having to
pay high prices for the cattle and
if they sell meat at the scheduled
price it would be a loss to them.
He said that after buying a cow
at a high price, they are still) ex-
pected to sell the beef at ls 6d.
per pound while on some occasions
if they sell it at 40 cents per pound
they are only able to realise the
amount they spent, without any
profits.

He pointed that on all previous
occasions when supplies of Ar-
gentine meat were exhausted, a
shortage tolliowed, but he under-
stands that in about four weeks
there will be another supply of
Argentine or Australian meat ar-
riving. During the interval, they
will have to make out with the
local supply.

This butcher feels that Govern-
ment should force every estate,
with a reasonable amount of
grasslands, to keep a_ certain
amount of cattle. “Only by doing
this will the buteners be giver a
fair break” and by that he meant
they would be able to purchase
cattle at a reasonable price. Or
the other hand he feels that Gov-
ernment should make it their
business to see that supplies of
imported meat from Argentina
and Australia are never exhausted.

E FLYING FISH SEASON

is coming to an end. During
next month the majority of boats
in the local fishing fleet will be
beached and following this the
accent will be on seine net and
pot fishing.

Fishermen could be seen mak-
ing big fish pots on the pasture
outside the Fisheries Department
at the Reef yesterday while
another crowd were knitting or
patching nets.. They are all pre-
paring for the Hurricane Season.

During the heights of the flying
fish season the catches were large
but very few fish are now being
caught. The total amount of fish
to be brought through the market
so far for this month only reached
35,957 pounds while on May 4
and 5 the catches of flying fish
alone reached 55,000 pounds.

Of the amount recorded for
this month, 1,755 pounds were
caught by seine nets while 20
pounds were pot fish.

The total was made up of 29,811
pounds of flying fish, 805 pounds
of dolphin, 66 pounds of king fish,
301 pounds of bill fish, 2,282
pounds of shark, 832 pounds of al-
bacore, 425 pounds of cavallies, 40
pounds of packs, 220 pounds of
bonito, 95 pounds of barracudas,
975 pounds of sinnets, 20 pounds
of pot fish, 35 pounds of bream,
and 50 pounds of snappers.

HE MOBILE CINEMA will

give a Show at Clifton Hall
Plantation yard to-night for the
benefit of the residents of the
Clifton Hall area of St. John. To-
morrow night a show will be
given in St. George.

R, H. A. VAUGHAN'’S third

lecture on “Constitutional
Development in the West Indies”

will take place at the British
Council, “Wakefield,” on Friday
night.

HE POLICE BAND under its

Conductor, Capt. C, E. Raison,
will give a programme of Sacred
Music at Sharon Moravian Church,
St. Thomas, on Sunday afternoon
next, commencing at 4 o'clock,

MOTOR LORRY and® mule
drawn cart were involved in
an accident along lower Roebuck
Street at about 3.50 p.m, on
Tuesday. The motor M—626
which was parked near the scene
of the accident was slightly
damaged.
The lorry was M—19C2, owned
Messrs. Pitcher Connell of
foebuck Street driven by
Sydney Blenman of Belle Gully,
while the cart was owned aid
driven by Frank Roberts of Good-
land.
HE ERECTION of the new
Biscuit Factory in Gills
Hoad is rapidly progressing. The
main walls of this “E” shaped
building are almost completed and
workmen were yesterday seenwon
seaffolds while eleve‘ 1g two
unfinished sections of the wall

Although the roof is not yet
being constructed, the windjw
frames which are of steel are

already installed.



What’s on Today

Water Polo Practice game at
Aquatic Club at 5.00 p.m.

Football at Kensington at
5.00 p.m.

Mobile Cineme, Clifton Hall
Plantation Yard, St. John
at 7.30 p.m.





Less than a year ago, Mrs
+Housewife could get her pint ot
rice, a very essential commodity
especially for the poorer section of
the community, tor six cents
She must now pay another cent.
Edible oil, an item which she
often finds difficult to procure,
costs her 24 cents per pint now
Until recently it was 23. Her
tin of condensed milk for which
last year she paid 24c now
fetches 25 cents, while salt pork
18 cents per Ib before, costs her
row an additional 4 cents. For
the family sugar is an everyday

necessity and the increase has
been a cent.
Up and Up

Muscavada which is probably
mostly used, costs Mrs. Housewife
6 cents per lb. last year, but she
now has to pay 7 cents, Flour
too, has gone from 7 to 8 cents
per 1b Fortunately kerosene
oil, ever in great demand, only
costs her an additional half cent,
it was 4 cents per pint last vear
and is now 41% cents, i
< There has been a fairly biz
increase in the price of gasolene
This has gone from 50 cents per
gallon last year to 57 cents now.

All essential commodities have
not increased since



last year
however, and among these are
butter and margarine. Butter

remains at the price of 80 cents
per lb. retail, 86 cents per 1 Ib.
tin and 6 cents per ounce, while
— remains at 46 cents per
Subsidisation
Nor is this the whole
Government spent 13%
nett total expenditure
en the Subsidisation of

story.
of the
last year
essentia!

commodities, i.e. $1,100,000 on
the Subsidisation of salted pork,
salted fish, flour and balanced

animal feed.

The free market itself has risen
in many cases by as much
hundred per cent. It is not readily
understood how fruit such
sapodillos that cost two cents and
three cents last year now sell for
five cents each.

Mangoes that used to be sold at
four cents each last year, nov
bring six cents.

On the other hand Mrs, House-
wife probably finds it difficult to
clothe little John and Mary as
well as she might wish, for the
price of clothing has substantially
increased .



as ont



Language
Depends On
Locality

HETTY PAYNE of Nurse Land,
was yesterday fined 30/- by Mr.
G. L. Taylor and Mr. H. A,
Vaughan, Judges of the Assistant
Court of Appeal. She was found
guilty of having used indecent
language while on Tweedside
Road on April 14.

In imposing the fine, Their
Honours varied a decision of Mr.
G. B. Griffith, City Police Mag-
istrate. He had sentenced Payne
to serve 14 days’ imprisonment
with hard labour.

Mr. Dear represented Payne

Their Honours said that though
there was no doubt that the case
had been proved, yet they thought
the Magistrate was too severe.
Fines for such an offence could
be varied with regard to the
locality in which they were com-
mitted. Indecent language spoken
by any one while in Broad Street
during the day would merit a
heavier fine than similar language
spoken by anyone during the
night in Suttle Street.

Assault: 30/-

MAGISTRATE C. L. WALWYN
yesterday imposed a fine of 30/-
and 2/- costs, to be paid in 7
days or in default undergo one
month’s imprisonmnet on Oswald
Howard of Carrington’s Village,
when he was found guilty of
assaulting and beating Clarissa
Walcott on April 14.

Walcott said that on April 14,
she was walking along My Lords
Hill, when Howard came to her
and began to annoy her about
going to his home. She refused
and he held on to her hand and
would not let go. A struggle
ensued during which her clothes
were soiled.

Elder Sister
Wins Case

GETS $500 HOUSE

A Common Pleas jury decided
last Tuesday that the $500 board
and shingled house at Durant’s
Land, Christ Church, over which
one sister on one side and a brot!-
er and sister on the other wer
squabbling, was the property cf
Viola Greenidge, the older sister

Viola Greenidge who was the
plantiff brought a case against
Constance Greenidge, her sister,
and Arnold Greenidge, her brothc:
to make them give up possession
of the house or pay its value. She
claimed they were detaining the
house.

Constance and Arnold filed a de-
fence saying among other thing
that they were not in possession
of the house without Viola’s con-
sent, and that they were not de-
taining it. They claimed that even
if they were in thes
were joint owners

The hearing of the case started
before His Honour the Chief
Judge, Sir Aflan Collymore or
Monday and was concluded ne
day when the jury found a ver-
dict in favour of Viola Greenidge,
and awarded her costs. No order
for damages for detention was
made against the defendants. Thes



possession,




are to give up possession of the
house in six weeks

Plaintiff was represented t
Mr. D. H. L. Ward ir .
Messrs. Hutchinso
Counsel for the d nd
Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C
by Mr. D. L, Sargeant


































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, at Bisley, left the island for England on the Elders and. ®
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looked quite fit and just before Saturday, July 22 will be the Way > 0
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SIR CHARLES WOOLLEY, K.C.M.G., Governor of British Guiana = a : ome. da See s¢
attived in Barbados yesterday by the Golfito and returns te B.G Por with quite a few of the good thing of London They will be
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He is seen here stepping. off the launch onto the Baggage and their husbands togk as a some of the members have made
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more, Dr. Bruce Hamilton, Sir John Saint, K.C.M.G. and goes and comes”, and similarly, . ‘ S
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Mr. R. C. Springer were the Brains. condensed milk might well preach . ~
The first question was whether _ a sermon using as its text “a little] squibbs Calcium Gtucanate > INSIST ON THE ORIGINAL & GENUINE STURMEY-ARCHER 3- OR 4-SPEED GEAR
examinations should be abolished, Chenery said that on one occa~ while and ye shall see me, ANC) %& Asaya-Neural 6 x
in view ‘of the harmful effect Sion when a lady had taken part again a little while and ye shall xg Takasyme x
alleged by the questioner on school the meeting had broken up al- not see me.” fovea x Vitamin B. Ext: (P.D.0.Co.) %
curricula. The Trust were unani- together. Mr. Douglas-Smith said In the vegetable and fruit lin *s s Horlicks Milk (*$-Ib. bots, U.S.A.) %
mously of opinion that it was that a woman had in fact been plantains are in fairly regular) ¥ Hemattc Hypophosphites x
neither possible nor advantageous invited, but that they would cer- supply now. Mangoes are here % Rich Dark Barley Sugar Sticks x
to abolish examinations, though tainly try to secure the presence by the barrels, but oranges are) \ Darieys Condition Powder %
several members admitted weak- Of one on a future occasion few and far between b @ Carnol Tonic x
nesses in the method. Mr. Chen- oe Fresh fish can be purchased, i MeLeans Stomach Powder bs
“i Pay va peli ved. that sehiarh and there is always meat, For- YX Codol Plain %
ary ever Vi J y a 2
ingtione norsns duibetared. the | k ; Will tunately the Barbadian’s staple sf Codol Compound x
lost, candids y Dr He = ‘ton anker 1 food—rice—can easily be obtained] 5s Tote msecticide %
ab $3 e rae remy ‘ # she ideal even in the small shops, ond ‘% Vinolia Soap ¥
saic a s vie > 8 . ieee i > 6 slut oO Vitalis Hair Toni .
ni : ; 5 | ‘ » keepers, in times of a4 glu ‘ A air Tonie =
exa nr would be one. in ake Molasses cornmeal and a scarcity of rice, * Ciek: Inseet waar ¥
woe ae os te . for example, oa —— ate & KY, Lubricant Jelly »
a e ) c iS P 3 : 7 rs ri » reply s
C ) : their customers with the reply,] & Dextrose (Merck)
the examination and in the case of But Not From Barbados tepcht can’t get a pint of rice % Cystopurin 3)
adults refresh themselves with less r 4d of meal. | ¥ *
: i Rat tei nad eet gh ess you buy a pounc % Bristols Pill x
beer during its progress; his point MOLASSES TANKER “V.W. "1 B Sante dane xt
was that an examinatipn should Gokey” which has called here for > ae %
be a test of ability to use books @ !0ad of fancy molasses in buik g Xarsodrine Inhalers %
(ale, age : y ; .~, for Montreal, will be taking out ~ ~ % Allens Couch Cure NY
and not merely a test of memory, 6 Ss e +
Tact } coe 7 be fade vy trimeeane met ballast in her tanks instead oa Pp sh Eyetone (For Bye Strain) %
a 2 oe canes x : + This 's because Government ha x Cofron Blixer (R-oz, sive) >
eegete ‘ 3 3 * made an order prohibiting ch¢ O ‘d . ® Abdol Capsules (Vitamin) x
Springer obseeked that wr er shipping of fancy molasses out of e n r er % Ouracho Liniment for Athletes %
von SUgEE i plated sei Barbados in bulk % Ava Shampoo x
oes 7 ea nage ne aa nit vepe: aoa ‘aid up 4 “Can I have a road cen a % Seidiite’ Powder (Mortons) »
4 : an . arlisle Bay all day yesterday »,, corry. we haven't any at the? yi a, x
ye 7 “oe : v3 am sorry, wé Kents Tooth Brushes
mathematics. Mr. Springer in fact awaiting advice from her charter- Deane ” This is the answer % Hashem: Punlex. Resers x
said that the consultation of books ers as to which port it should call that many tourists may be like-] 9% . %
would shamper the candidate by at from here i ‘5 panel this month when Polsons Corn Flour >
donsuming time Captain Kamp told the “Advo- they ask for these maps Handford’s Balsam of Myrrh x
3 cate” yesterday that on his arrival The Advocate was told yester- Metatone (P.D.) ~
> t rs . ; EB e Advocate we :
Second Question here oon - “Gokey he was gay that the Publicity Compl Was Vapi Thhatant %
The second question wags wheth- presentec w:th an order from Office is at present unable tc a ae : s
er ‘ anekor br priest should be Government by his agents pro- supply the demands for road a eee 4
F ee i 1 5 ading . : . rig tujo
compelled to divulge a confidence hibiting his loading of fancy maps of the island. But pictor ial : ; o %
; 4 ib. ie molasses in bulk at Barbados elt are plentiful and very at- Absorbine Vet. %
given him in pursuit of his call- maps are plentifu o eiiteue keexs %
: : ne Aare ellows 83
:s on _, anes ae ane Gorey": ul take a: load Theo maps however will not g Pertussin x es
out that the operative word here of fancy molasses in bulk from nese aps v % : %
was “compelled”; a doctor could the West Indies to Canada, even P& long in short ee i $ ree anne eee x tL res ered
be summoned to give evidence. jf it has to be taken at Puerto O'ers have been ryt oor ie $ (ta-tb.) % : rs
To ask him te divulge a confidence Rico or Cuba mare, . 44. eORd ne eng tourist t »wefore tt ts ~
pre-supposed knowledge that a Captain Kamp said that he moat vital eee : oo Get your supply before { x
confidence had been made, To the knew nothing of the order of the /° ae . Es aad inten tours oe » A
suggestion that a third party local Government until he WORST oe Stat to ask for x
might have been informed of the reached Barbados. He cleared ! ts are very relucta ar Bruce Weatherhead x
confidence Sir Allan replied that from New York on June 9 and ueenee mber: of tourists disem- 4 oe e
this would be a matter of hearsay. sailed for the West Ind’es on nO DUDES: Serer : g Li t
Mr. Chenery said that in fact no June 10. During his trip, he was barking Mi the asland ae ue Lid. % nmeigora ore
medical privilege existed under absolutely out of communication month, —-May hg me Ae phil? aida ck. taal Btovet 2
British law. Dr. Hamilton said with his local agents. The order Of these 471 were British. elms %
that there seemed to be a ten- which his agents r*, ae. Pp cst ane oanenity sl a gs iciaheuiineaaal
: “2 » ¥ ras € ‘ ‘ bi ° - PPPOE? s
dency to consider that the priest erameny Was dated June pressed their liking for the pi i ae a 4 pS Eis Sa ald
should be more privileged than The trip has involved terriffic (joa. weather and seabathing ee ELE)
the doctor, and doubted if this expense to the owners and Chat . {
were the proper view. Mr. Chen- terers here co Krag it NGS
} i [ > ays efore the “Gokey’ " ”
ery said that in the case of the Mine days : : ey RUFINA BRI |
priest there would be a still great- started out for the West Indies, ENE For any Pattern, any Sty e
er difficulty in establishing that 1¢ was undergo’ng chemical tests KEROS
ahiv c ine Naa ae aie of the tanks for reception of the About 130,200 gallons of kero- hi
any confide +s oa made molasses. Scraping and wiping sene oil and 288 gallons of any Fas ion
a! * on i a , out of the tanks had to be done. gasoline from Trinidad came to
‘ Sit John Saint replying to the he tanks were finally inspected the island yesterday . by the
third — question, whether the by Charles Bacon & Co., W tanker “Rufina”
world’s food supplies were be-~ york Food Inspectors, who passed The ‘“Rufina” left shortly after
coming exhausted, and if sO them as being in perfect condi its arrival for Spring Gardens,
whether food production should tion for the carrying of fancy Black Rock, to discharge the fuel
not be internationally controlled) jyolasses rT
and planned, quoted the contra-| ———— 8 | &
dictory opinions on the subject by | . . ae 4
important experts like Lord Boyd- Sneaaeeansea ase a :
Orr and Sir John Russell, but said | @uweeaes ws @aeaeeugaa
that in hig view there was no need | f ifs : d | 4
to believe that the world’s food | mn seilinnd a In an assortment o esigns an coiour
supplies, if properly developed, | JUST ARRID ED- 2 B f 6c. to Wc
were not adequate to its popula-| A FRESH SHIPMENT OF Buckles from 14c. to 32c. Buttons trom 6c.
tion. The question of international | fll sae pa Y CHO S a
segulation was one for the econo-| I W ee o
mist; in his view it was desirable | URINA POULTR , a r
world's higory "impracticable | et Your Supply from . CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Lid
) $ is 3 é , 2 a ’
Other members of the trust, a H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD. a of e
while recognising the difficulties | Distributors . ;
in the way, believed that any in-| 0. ie. & 13. BROAD STREET ;
ternational assistance which could | Seueepepueeuepeeeueauueeaa '
be given to such problems was an a
advantage Senueeeeeneaeauesn es so SSSI FFI SS
No Waste | | Te ae sintemaiereen
To the question whether 7?)#eq —x————E——yEEEEEEEEEEe
reading of detective stories was}
‘ y ” ¥: a/ ‘ge
a waste of time Dr, Hamilton | DO YOU WANT THE BEST STOVE
said that he had been tempted to}
think that this was true of writ- é
ing them. He saw no reason carl VALUE ?
the reading of such stories was) os etee
more of a waste of time than any | i kl li :
other form of legitimate relaxa- utc y rellteves |
tion, and objected to those who| q <4 | SELECT A....
wished to hold an inquisition |, ( ‘OLDS and . t
on the {ndividuals private life.
On the question whether the ( ‘ATARRH |
future of the’ Greater and Lesser |}
Antilles lay with the Old World
or the New, Sir John Saint said It clears the weer }
that this could be answered frorm| sages to remove stufhness |
many points of view. On the eco- and the distressing con- »

nomic side it was not possible for
the Caribbean to dispose of all
its exports in the New World. Mr
Chenery said it was inconceivable
that what might be called the
metropolitan Powers of
would ever abandon
est in the West

their inter-
Indies. Sir Allan

aid that the answer must be that!




the

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| PARIS. WASHINGTON, June 21 CAIRO, June 21 SENBVA, June 21
| » . ‘ j , June ; IVA, e 2
_Fon SALE i i u HL ic SALES In Carlisle Bay A bitter exchange of sarcastic MIDDLESBOROUGH | A Senate Appropriations sub- Egypt's Opposition parties de- The Credentials Committee otf
ee bE Da 4 a pteasantries between an _ incog- ENGLAND | Committee, meeting behind closed | cic d today to boycott all sessions|the 33rd International Labour
Sac ae: oo | oie ree, tm t Tern Ut, nito but sharp-tongued American Ge offrey de Freitas, Weat In-| ' doors, has accepted proposals by \cf the Senate, reversing an earlier | Conference today upheld the right
AUTOMOTIVE AUCTION Leander = re vourist and the equally gifted | dian born Under-Secretary of Stats| General Dwight Eisenhower for| decision to withdraw from both|of the Chinese Nationalist Gov-
saad halal ‘ eaten , a 5 , . t . .
CAR—One Opel Kadett M, 207° in pe instructions ‘of the Inst ¢ = LD. aa Bones President of the British Tourist) toy the Home Office, whose aiste : | Strengthening America’s defence | Houses of Parlian ent Prom to send aoe, >
fect order with spare ‘Timing G ‘| pany, I will sell at the COURTESEY| ody Je ker V. W. Gakey, (sociation has just come to light) and mother live in Barbados, told | against a possible surprise attack | ep ainsional cf y. cunaiat ae ior lig Bot ha gyon ga:
new tyres. Phone ’Keitl Hunte GARAGP, WHITEPARK, on FRIDAY | Sch. Ti A oa in Paris le meeting of civil defence organ-,and approved a big increase in| ™M°ry dismissal of a number of the Committee declared that it
4612 io | ard, at 1 pam, | ARRIVALS Returning from a trip to Eng~| izations that civil defence is not} defence spending |} Opposition Senators earlier this} had found the credentials of the
SR ern Le Ath = N Sa Brean CAR damaged by | Rufina. 1 tons net, Capt. Bruin, land, the American said he un-| obsolete and bona make atom war} It approved an outlay of maré | week and their replacement by{| Chinese delegation to be in good
dition excciler:t. Phone 2869, R. ARCHER McKENZIE. | sie + net, Capt, GerStood why the Germans failed | less deadly.” than 15.60 million dollars for the eens the Wafdist Govern-| order
Applewhaiic 20.6 | a Auctioneer, | 4 L a to invade the British Isles. “It is confused thinking to re-/army, navy and marines, air forces ¥ aN Tne Committee asked the Con
— ghia ote AL 2947 20.6.5 }§ ns ‘het, Capt. Saps ssibility 7 7. " r ,
CAR—One | Vauxh n 3 ead 20.6.50—40 | warth, dad ’ “It was because they. would on the — — itity ne mic] and Defence Department for th) The Government, who hold only! ference to take note of the pecu-
Woes: Harrison's ’ REAL ESTATE eT Finca mics Der aeru RES iL have been kept waiting too lorg ne medakaeei tee 7 7: ence | fiseal year beginning next month.| about 41 per cent. of the seats in| liar situation in China where two
uh, Geet, Alenether Soe ate by the British customs,” he an-!Gecry civil d Ro : ig This is some $383,000,000 more} the Upper House, will now be| Governments are contending for
eae —~ = — | FOR SALE — TO BE DEMOLISHED | 5-8. Goifito, 4.505 tons net, Capt. Saps- nounced in te Steenie ah : SE OE n voted by the House of ower (en tle to muster the 41 per cent.| authority and the fact that mem-
(6) six cylinder Forde, AND REMOVED | worth, for U.K T i . = om 1! sehtatives he House itself hac vote required by the constitution} bers of the TLO had not yet
87 Dodge, 1 le. AnDiy to | : h : ‘couched to the quick, the Brit- ; i ; ers € )
2 ey ne, 1s ee °|, CHATTEL HOUSE (only) called ae ish tourism official to whom these | 7iM€ are wrong sharply raised the funds recom-,to approve any bill placed before] adopted a uniform attitude on the
losmopolitan Garage, Magazine Lane.| + MAYARO” situate at Rocklev Pe DOD Gees SO WANE, wes “Atomic bomb attack would} iati j
Dial 3913. $0:6.00-20. | me parched ede ens thi Touch With Bas diudie vecriminations were addressed.| certainty be a crave Seater at, leone by its Appropriations it —Keuter. subject.—Reuter.
——-| demolish the said house and remove| retorted ; Committee. |
MOTOR CYCLE -— O a) S.A. . * . i s a i .
2 1/2 HP. in Good Gunaision BS.A.| same from the site within fifteen days Coast Station “If he had lived in our cay, ity oe Ba g. — ees General Eisenhower, Com-|
8217. 20.6.50-—an. | **te? the cate of purchase. The Gas Christopher Columbus never te exception to the) ander of Allied Forces in cer }
6 | una water pipes. electric wires, Sxture Sable and Wireless (Wt) Lid. advise .Sauid have been able to discover much easier high explosive attack) Guiting the wat and now President |
CAR : Motor Car,| 2nd fittings will not be sold with the| that they can now communicate with the 1 he jo ©r! and, in the second place, properly | CU™"8 ;
Engine, Battery : yes Wovma, Anper house. Offers in writing will be re | (Mewing ships through their Barbados America because he had no birth] organized civil defence wer oy ‘ ;/of Cotumbia University, was aa
- > eo 28 3 2 . sts c : a u r i i ie te
Cozier, Crumpton Street. 20.6.50--3n | en Fridny, 33d Tune i wD toe ncOn | ae ae s Leseen, SS. Bos. Cettificate and couldot have been] in advance can go a way to|/@d before the Senate group after) [> eames zircon
. ¥ 4 nstant nte—| , S¥ d egeen, SS. Bos- 20s. ” y wave ' é | ati » enecches ‘ . NEW 7 /
| the land on which the house mands. is| {99P: ss 3 Despo, S.S vaccinated.” —I.N.S. making its effect far s deadly, | he had indicated in public speeches! LaNp LINE LED.. (MLA N 3. LINR) eater
ELECTRICAL | Det foe: sale. ‘3. Brest bee caetes “Should there be an atomic|that the United States might be |
es For inspection apply at “Accra” pext ista, S.S. S bom ttack. tt , ‘i tailing its military spending too) ss “@ =
. 3 . som sttack: * task of civil; curtailing ts m ¥ St & |} 8.5 CITY OF DIEPPE sails .
RADIO & WINDCHARGER -— In| door for the keys - Bergeland, S.s veer wo pe | Ad : M.V “Daerwood” |i
A . 'S.Esitc », SS vu » jefence tear . a h w safety eluide May 19th. Melbourne Jun @
working order. K. D. Webster, Har- YEARWOOD & BOYCE S.S. Jean, S.S enTgpe, MAIL NOTICES efence teams would be to rescu: oS s a sre fund for high} 224: Sydney June 4th, Brisbane Tune \ * >
tison’s Pitn. St. Lucy 7 Solicitors. | Construgtor, 5.5. Duala. SS. Franeesee the injured, save the uninjured e urged more func Mth arriving at Trinidad about July ist will accept Cargo and Pass-
21.6.50—3n’, | 13.6.50—5n. } Morosiny S.S. Loide Brasil, S.S. Meta- Mails for St. Lucia by the nh | from the effects of radic ~activity, speed aireratt, anti-submarin®, s.s. “PORT WELLINGTON" — sail: ae is ie Vincent
2 AM”, NE ‘ a Imbe S. Fort Amherst, S.S “ *ral Post Offic: — plices. - + om ate 4 acka | Melbourne m! uly. ‘ ensh ’ ai
FURNITURE Michael, a very desirable residence | Ranger, S.S, S, Sofia. SS. Fort Richellene Parce! Mall, Registered Mail, ordin-| £enerally give all the help a goodl and stronger outposts in Alaska\‘svaney mi Avgun arriving. ‘Trinidad Aruba ailing Thursday,
stending on 1 aere 3 roods of lend.|S.S. Aino, S.S. South Carolina, §.S. ary Mail at 2 p.m. on the 2 June| Neighbour gives to his fellow citi-,; ana ine Paci*e Glands.—-Reuter, | pout sth September. 22nd June
oe ok eae over i dwellinghouse contains verandah a anaes, C Fylgia, S.S. Ragnhilds- 1950 zens in times of trouble IN.S These vessels have ample space for 7
a’ persons. | drawing and dining rooms, lounge, 4| D°e!m Ss oide Uruguay, S.S. Cape Mails for British G a by Sch | ebilled, hard frozen and general cargo
Phone Miss E. Gowdey — =. z hedrooms (2 with running water), usu aresapy ES; Tritone, S.S. Sundale, SS. Francig W. Smith *Seil her ated at * | Cargo accepted on through Dilis o —
50—6n | conveniences, buttery. pantry and 0 Dtica lise, S.S. Serenissima, the General Post Office as under:— N, W AIR lacing with tranahipment at Trinidad fo:
. kitchen, Electricity, water and tele-| S'S. Alam Polaris, SS. Nueva Andalucia, — Parcel Mail, Registered Mail, Ordinary 4 ., | British Guiana, Barbados, Windyvard any B.W.1. SCHOONER
dan een nee But rhone installed, S.S. Guarner, §.S. Temple Inn. Mail at 2 p.m. orf the 23 June 1950. Egypt Replies ; | Leeward Islands, OWNERS’ ASSO. (INC.)
. . . - n ie yar ere are servants rooms j FURNESS, WITHY * . van
All in 100 per cent Mahogany. Apply] garage etc., and the grounds compris¢ < - SERVICE } & CO. LTD., Tel. 4047
; 3 > é s pris’ + —— oa
Strathmore, Worthing Lawn and gardens To French U’ S ; Agents, Trinidad
21.0.90—2n. | “‘thapection’ b ied ; ; : eke : ee : DA COSTA & CO. LTD
ommaeetion “BY appointment with the GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Pan American World Airways Agents, Barbados.”
BARGAIN The above property will be set up for ‘ eens 1 | will inaugurate on July 5 a de- aaeaRaE Sern eee
SALE of Hardwood Rockers at the| S#le¢ by public competition at our office | = Copies of the joint Arab reply; luxe extra-fare sleeper service, ~ Snr eray eer e as en i
low price of "$5.00" per chair is now | James street, Bridgetown. ca Brides Vacant post of Draughtsman, P.W.D., Dominica. to the Big Three Middle East} potween New York and Buenos .
* 20th insta) hv . oe ees ‘ a . I .
Dept: fae Grass oT Sie Applications are invited for the st of Draughtsman in th ee Declaration were today! Aires which will cut the,
égain so make the most of this clearance YEARWOOD & BOYCE. Publi es aueiisman i tej handed to United States Ambassa~! scheduled time by almost 30 per!
eer, ee ecdeiioen + Public Works De partment, Dominica. The duties of the post will be | dor Jefferson Gaffery and French ] ceni .
—_— a 15.6.50—12n. | the preparation of plans and working drawings for simple means | ae kere Couve De Murville,; Past double-decked Clippers « g
MISCELLANEOUS “SANDY CREST —situate at Cattle. | Projects, from rough sketches. An elementary knowledge of measure- oF ee tee a Foreign ee | will reduce flying time to Buenvs | aL.
: - ‘ ‘ > sa te ‘ oals iS é 7 _ ; — gs
CALCIUM GLUCONATE — sSquibbs| Ten Perches of land yO” One Acre | ments for quantities would be an added qualification. British ‘A stemagtions Sir R al oh Dives Wr 31e Neue, Were |e NRW. OSLER oe
Calehimn Gluconate is administered ‘in all The house contains gallery, drawing and | 1 2. The salary of the post is $1,248 x $96-—$1,738, commencing Ste genban connit ed. : c sopy ae peek niches aoe ts an | No. B dl
orms of calcium deficiency. Get it at| dinine rooms. three hedrooms with run-| salary according alifications ‘ st is siong § ee ee 2 : Argentine capital In <6 > ane \ “AICOA SER" at
BRUCE WEATHERHEAD LTD.” | ning water, kitchenette. usual outoffices, | svi) > ecorciné to qualifications, The post is pensionable. Leav¢ | Alexandria from the Egyptian] 19 minutes and the return. trip's.s. Arcon Ronten ane gry svee
21.6.50—gn | electric light, garage and servant's room Will be accordance with local regulations. Quarters are not pro- | Under-Secretary for Foreign | in 25 hours and 14 minutes ; une ,
—_——<—— | Mr above will be set un for sale et vided. Affairs. The reply was believed to} ~ ; \ NEW YORK S¥RVICE
DARNLEY’S CONDITION POWDER | DUblic competition at cur Office in Lucas ; , i aintai hat the Ar stusdnet salle ‘Arr.
= For - Hoveea, Cattle. AMules: Don-| Street on Friday 23rd June, 1950, at 2 p.m 3. Applications with details of experience, qualifications, re- aide ae at ie rai SOUT tiled NY. Bidos
keys, Shee Pigs, Poult d a »ndati g cic. si 5 did no vant arms for aggression | 38 “RBYFJO! " }
ae mae. i poultry a B37 CARRINGTON & SEALY, } commend ations cc. should be forwarded to reach the Director of and to insist that they shouid ARREST MONKS \ Oe a Mey Fy i
Bruce Weatherhead Lid. Solleitars, Ri ) Works, Dominica, not later than 15th July, 1950. themselves decide on the weapons | {
21.6.50—3n. .6.50.—lin j 22.6.50-—2 ‘ | 4 LL serena ey nian
22. —2n,|they require The Arab States BUDAPEST, June 21 See
' > ; 1d ;
hes DUNHILL, LONG LAST- WORTHING (NEAR CACRABANK er recueet the United Nations | The Hungarian Ministry = ‘, Soieirkoinen CANADIAN SERVICE
NG—6 to a Booklet. 15 cents a book. > ‘1 Charter and its obligations ana/| Interior today announce the , ‘ i
KNIGHTS DRUG STORES. HOTEL) CHRIST CHURCY s ' Y acon item t Sails Sanity Arrives
oe Modern fully furnished chalet in. pri- { noted the assurances that Britain,; arrest of five Franciscan Monks: Name of Ship Montreal Walit
22.6:50.—2n. | vate estate standing in half an. act ef OFFICIAL NOTICE| OFFICIAL NCTICE jFrance and the United States had | end seven villagers on charges ol “ALCOA PURITAN a cu
NEEDLES for your record player. . .| ©! well kept and laid out gardens—on no intention of interfering in the; organising an anti-Government ate ’ May 20th June orf June 18th
#11 kinds including Ruby and Sapphire] "inte from sea and beautiful sandy | BARBADOS BARBADOS ternal affairs of the / A coin a tration in frent of a chureh 8 oALBOR ext itiee Tune" oth June 12th June 22nd.
semi-permanent needles to pla 1| bathing beach IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF internal affairs of the Arab coun-! demonstration in front o ureh | ss. “ALCOA PILGRIM" June 23rd June 26th July 6th
thousand recordings. play several) ‘The house contains large living roows, * CAPPRAL : FOP PEAL tries.—Reuter in Heves in northern Hungary. ; NORTHBOUND
a DAnis & CO., LTD. dining room, two bedrooms to which an (Equitable Jurisdiction) (Equitable Jurisdiction) Among those art sted was the Arie.
2%4.5.50—t.f.n Bane Poe can be added % desired PETER NIGEL HUAN JOHNSON local France an Superior, who is S.S. “ALCOA PENNANT" June 18th ‘or St. John, Montreal and St. Lawren
— ed bathroom with tub bath and CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS Plaintitt charged with preaching an anti- Rica . jee
‘ 1 a 7 OO y ie er Ports,
NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Frank| shower (hot and cold water) and built Plaintift MAUDE ETHELINE ST. CLAIR s Wi ‘e = peo 8.8. “ALC y ” 3 ad
Sinatra, Bing and all the rest. Come| in linen cupboard, tiled kitchen with CLIFTON HOWELL INNISS BUTCHER Defendant Menzies ill I ight egy Pease cds Ped vagir me ees, ade sa PNR PI Yat or al 9nd: Gh: Lawrenas” River
a built in stone cupboard and new Philco N pursuance of an Order in this Court o demonstr a - a °
nd get, but quick pboard and Defendant IN 4 h to d mstrate against the Gov-| «a srramrr J pt
a BARNES & CO, ee, pavitiinch, Roadiomates Taka lames tees dan in the above action made on the 16th oO Cc . st Is \ , | ernment, % uly 7th Phone! and St. Lawrence River
24.5.50—t.f.n. | larte arch verandah, all steel window IN pursuance of an Order in the | 98¥ of wie 1990) I give notice to sll nmCommunist issue —Reuter. These vessels have limited passenger accommodation
with hoods, steel French doors, large | Court in the above action made on the See Ries th Rpmigtng ote f {
RETREAD tyres at special eash| stone garage and sevants’ quarters with | iGth day of June, 1950, 1 give notice to ss - Teed ates A CANBERRA, June, 21
prices. 650 x 20 at $28.25, 32 x 6 at} toilet and shower, the house is tastefully | all persons having any estate, right or Gk tana’ Garroeyin tert oF the Pavan ot The Australian Labour Party ROMER ™ OM ere! TDF Can edian Berviee,
$38.96, 34 x 7 at /46.90, 825 x 20 at] furnished, the beds have both deep slces | interest-in. or, any lien or incumbrance | Haggatt Hall Plantation) situate at. Has re sit - 1s bs ork BERT THOM LTD.—New York aha Gulf Service.
$482.5 each. Enquire Auto Tyre Com-' and Dunlopillo mattresses, shingled roof. | affecting all that certain piece or parcel watt Hall “Upper Cutting, ine Dl pposition to-c ay took up the a ees
pany, Trafalgar Street, om a peranee. pene maecrs: the garden agptair pe Se piuats A et ae mart in tte eareh of Saint Michael and island aforesaid con | eesenee on the oe Govern-
-6.50—t. . age! + a y shrubs | of Chris 2 sland oresa cons | tg e 1 . » eight |mMen ) 2 Menzies t face
————— eens | and flawers together with eight coconu Lang re admeasurement one rood and SHA Gein Cid penton th: teaskamis rps toanie ‘dissolution ‘of Parliament “PASSAGES TO IRELAND TO IRELAND
STYPTIC PENCILS—Stop bleeding in- | palms, small orchard with lime, pawpaw | thirty. eight perches be the same more] or less (of which area cight and one hal! 7 oe AGn
stantly—-Keep one handy while shaving— | mango, tamarind, breadiruit, and plum | or less (the same being formerly part nn 9 Sa alc e portion of ne ne, Halt as the alternative to passing the Antilles Products Ltd, Rose.
KNIGHTS DRUG STORES —22.6.60,—In. | trees, wire-mesh enclosed lock up vege-| of a larger area of land containing by} common forming two of the boundaries | government bill to dissolve the Dub ic oseau, Dominica, offer poseten sg:
J table garden and tool shed, colassed | o@measurement one acre one and one] ef the said parcel of land) butting and | Communist Party. The Commun- ublin per M.V ‘DUALA”, next sailing, from Hoseau See? al
TYPHOO TEA — Delicious, Refreshing, | driveways and garden paths, will be | half perches: butting and vounding, to-| bounding son lands now or late of | ist Party Dissolution Bilt will thus 20th June, and thereafter about every thirty-three days. ~
Economical, Fresh supplies just received | cold unfurnished if desired. Attrattive | wards the North on lands saw or late| Wharton, on lands now or Jate of Vv. |! ‘ ss c - dus Single fare, £70, 1 lucti °
sche: Melb. pachkaxe.. Get yours to-day price, Phone owner 8316 between iC |of the Mette Of Menrtetta’ Augusta) Banfield and on two sides on the road | not become law this session. . Apply direct usual reductions for children,
rom your Grocer or Druggis' 4 a6 m 20.6, 50-—4n Walcott, deceased towirds the Bast on] in common hereinbefore mentioned lead The Labour Party caucus de- "
DRUG STORES. Bh GO0 mais.) OY ABS lands now or tate of Miss Adeline Yard,| ing to the public road called Mapp Hill | vs Phage =.
cpm lngihanpaanlaniirpntecnaiiesllarapnetesen feiratda the Seuth an lends of Ie itl bre haw euad alee the. seineeaar hath aad eae use # ne be \ a —— panama emsieapiasos
PLANTERS MONEY | BAGS—In real) Se Golf a8 Country Club and “téwaFas| bound., toring before me an account al 1e Senate to amend the Bilt, as ete
leather on sale at C. F. HARRISON'S 4 the West" on lands formerly) of: Felix | their said claims with their witnesses, | i{ came from the House of Repre-
Showroom along with other superior UB mi OTICES 'D Valeo ey documents and vouchers, to be examined | pan¢atives in : : nan Cheha mien An Oil without QOiliness is not
Teations ee Pa o ‘anc Ri an P Lic WV oe. i aot oe naw peu ae by m@von*any Tuesday, or Friday be sentatives in a manner “unaccept-
‘ ; ; 21 able’ » gover , :
en ee | Nutt and. bound tactring. before | tween the hours of 12° (noon) and .3| able” to the government. a a Lubricant , ae
* PIPESLDunhill, Parker ana « laree ae ea ane mere claims | 9clock In the atterneon, at the Office ef) The Communist Party Dissolu- USE : ( wll
large variety of other makes, Call and NOTICE with their witnesses, documents and baal ae tha Botan Ronse aries en, oe tion Bill will be again submitted in G Wena OILS
a rices aver - 7 ic . , ~1y : . ses
KNIGHTS DRUG STORES 22.6.50--2n vouchers, = be ; roa ae Soe in| fore the 30th day of August, 1950, in order | its present form at the next ses-
; ‘ i uesday, or Frida r >| the ns F , : ; ‘PRA GH "pees
THERM PARISH OF ST. ANDREW hours af 12 (noon) end § o'clock in the| frat cuch latins may be ranked accord: |sion and if the Senate again FOR INCREASED OTLINESS,
OMETERS — High temperature] TENDERS will be received by the | atternooa, at the Office of the Clerk | ¥; ofterwine arity rereo’ | jects it, the Prime Minister has : mA ‘ | ‘eo
> r Ww reaaiv= , . : sq | Afternoon, at the ° s «| respectively; otherwise such persons will | JeCts it, | . , ‘
ane paiene o e ibaa pi up ig ee ee of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the] be precluded from the benefit of the maid | announced he will apply to the | iF GEORGE DOESNT LIKE’ CEN RAL KE OGOUNDRY LW
. “| Por a ‘ ‘ *e t Touse ridpete 5 . » pcree, § » depriyv Sonia Maen ekg f Be i 4 1
22.6.50.—2n. | Andrew Chureh Roof Act, 1949. at a | Me diss or kantanbers: aierete aaeien Brees Sd be deprived p29 claim Se Governor ‘General. for dissolution | P THE ®BOOKie’s PRICES HER Service Station me Trafalgar 4
arias | rte of interent not to exceeding 4% 75° en Agptcabe ara. te ne re eer eae . lof both houses and fight an elec- |} TELLS HIM SO OUTRIGHT .
VITAMIN B. EXTRACT—Standardized that such claims may be yanked accord- Claimants are also notified that they : 2 |
e * iste “indi, per annum ing to the nature and priority thereof | must attend the said Court on Wednes- | tion on the Communist issue, Se : — = -
by tenth Davis & Co. is indicated to Signed C. A. SKINNER, evectively: otherwise such persons will} @ay, the 30th day of Auguat, 1950, at 40 | Reuter. | ene
supplement the vitamin B content of ‘ Vestry Clerk. neo ees nS ; o'elouk a.t en) thelt’ sei ‘claims “an Me Bs" : same Goneah Mia
milk for infants and to reinforce the ‘st. Andrew be precluded from the benefit of the c a.m, when their sa claims w eens Sf BESELOLOIE
ie : ar ; ia ‘ sald Deom 1 be deprived of all | be ranked | eae ;
diet of either children or adults. It ts] 19 9.50—5n. i! eee niente the’ eald, Groeerty,: Given under my hand this 16th day of \ GENUINE LEATHE s— LEAF TE
particularly indicated for pregnant | m op gr against the said proper June. 1950 JEA'THER LOOSE LEAF NOTE
wr e %/- oe! a * a Chat janis also notified that they, ine, 199 oe T y cap TE "1
pursing women. | Price /-. Get 9/"Gaing VINCENT WBEKLY ATR) onimoy {h, ‘Sia Court on Wednes’| jo I. V, GILKES, The eines Mutual {i NOTE BOOKS, FOOLSOAP & LETTER SIZE
SRUGE WEATHERHEAD LTD eERvICR Mow makes possible idea! | Twist Attend the sald | September. 1980, Ag. Clerk of the Asst, Court of Appeal IMPORTANT NOTICE REFILLS & INDEX to Bach
21,4.50—sy, | MOUS at 10 g’dlock a.m. when their said ROB
Under one management “Jaimis We bt. ranked S & co.
Siar an | RATHO MILL TOWER HOTEL = | “!ain ii OFFICIAL SALE The Supply of Natural Gas Life Assurance Society
YACHT—“Oliveblossom” 15ft long 5ft :
iio ir ihe Hae ok eenien = eae St. Vincent Ciiyenguinder my hand this 16th day of is being continued pend- DIAL 3301
Winston Hassell. Phone 2959-—8285. 2 JUNE), ge 4 i i BARBADOS,
20,6.50—2n | Patent iN ES intasts' sec Mane oe IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF | ing negotiations. \ |
‘ aah] lerk of the As APPEAL
offers all that bv aeeses mania peat? of Appeal (Equitable Jurisdiction) i" The B b d . (hi . ( \
FOR RENT ful scenery, sea-bathing, fishing. 21.6.50-—“Sn | PETER NIGEL HUAN JOHNSON | he Harbados Was UO., EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL
ier 4 at Plaintitt ‘ {
$7 B.W.I. per day, For further details '|]MAUDE ETHELINE ST. CLAIR LTD, ‘MEETING GUIANA AIRWAY
= SSeS aes | ane Pe ae G. ROOKS BUTCHER Defendant
5 = NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue . - Baca
HOUSES Box 47, OFFICIAL SALE of an Order of the Assistant Court ‘of | NOTICE is hereby given ‘ES j
| Saint Vincent. Appeal dated the 16th day of 1e 1950, ; that an Extraordinary Gen- WEEKLY SERVIC ES |
BERESFORD near Maxwell Coast un-; 12.6.50—26n RARPADCS there will be set up for sale to the high- | eral Meeting of the above- {
furnished; 3 bedrooms, toilet, Bath, dr | ———. — — ~~ IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF est biddey at the Office of the Clerk of named Society will be held
ing, ning an xreakfast room, tchen APPEAL the Assistant Court of Appeal at e ’ y
i dini id kf. kitet ] NOTICE f A 1 th ) lam fice, Beck *
2 servants rooms, garage, running water | Equitable Jurisdiction) Court House, Bridgetown, between the | at the Society's Office, Beck~
throughout. July Ist Apply Opposite GS ASKIN CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the | {i i with Place, Bridgetown, at
22.6.50,—4n MR. ALONZA DAVID GAS , Plaintiff afternoon on Friday, the Ist day of Sep- 9 Fridg Ith
es formerly caretaker of “Retreat”, Pas- sripnbat ae rnb ee shan 2 o'clock p.m. on Friday,
BUNGALOW—Attractive and airy; sage Road is NO LONGER authorized . atedant. oy ALL that certain piece or parcel of land July, 1950, for the following
bungalow, “Moorlands”, on St. James! ¢o receive or accept any monies (formerly part of the lands of Hagdatt MR A E HUGHES purposes, Viz: ti
Const, near Appleby, comfortably fur-| for the rent of “Retreat”, Fassa@®) orice js hereby given that by virtue | Hall Plantation) situate at Hageatt Hall, é + ie I
nished with every convenience and} Road. Any persons who have paid any ef an Order of the Assistant Court of | Upper Cutting, in the parish of Saint is now resident 1 To deciae whether it is
fridge. Three bedrooms and Garage. | rent in advance, or who are desirous) 2° 00 a8) te tah day of June, 1950, ee ae ape atoreeaid’ conteindag in Barbados again and wil desirable to appoint a
Beautiful sea view from lounge.| of renting ‘Retreat’, are requested to} {iu “a r sale to the |2Y Sdmeasurement gne acre eight sn 7 Prete eS pert
Suitable for snall.family from abroad |. a teas teat wth we ALLS there. ell ate at 00 tae ee pe the }one half perches be the same more sibnavibal: deal: niotiaeaphid ar8 Committee of seven FOR FULL INFORMATION CONTACT
Dial 3589. 20.6.50—% | Rock, St. Michael, and to bring any) o° in. court House, Bridgetown, be-|@' road in common forming two of the or his customers. House Interior vestments of the Society
———$—$ receipt which they may now hold ween hous of 12 (noon) and [y Phe as ired by Resolu- AGENTS
. x s r 4 Owner ve : poundaries of the said parcel of Jand) as requ ao :
eee tr n Renate dan Hane ‘Sane A. Ge FS, | Soe Aga aN 2 o'clock in the afternoon on Friday, | putting and bounding on Jands now or Weddings, & Children a specialty tion of the 25th Septem-
‘oast. ow availa . A. “Retreat” the Sth day of September, 1950. late of J. Wharton, on land lati . i
SePmionad "excelent ten bathing, “two| 20.0.50—on. |i Sih day of September 1880, | [Tate ok 3 Mrntrany on tangential Fs ber, 1686, and, if it ts BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS
Aree Heer o ore Sec ee ae —— w= | situa t Clepham in th Pp ee of; road in common neremberre mentioned cane desirable, to ap-
, , 5 e Christ Church and island aforesaid con- leading to the public road called Mapp oint the 2n r : :
Tel, 91—54 Shae NOTICE |< oye hy admaesrurement one rood and) Hill or however else the sane may BOG es atom te Canvnitton: Lower Broad St. Bridgetown Phone 4585.
= = aeierh e cee: hir eight perches be th same more] and bound. . : %
COTTAGE AND FLAT rent furnished | Re the Estate of aM 1 he Deane being formerly part} And if not then sold the gaid property 2. To appoint a Director in = — SS SSS
or for sale together—Beautiful Veran LEWIS OLIVER YARDE fof #. larger land containing by} will be set up for sale on every succeed the place of Mr. C. M. SSS SSSR ES
Sa eat es Bah pavaga! ae COR ER BURKE) dmest acre one and one] ing Friday between the same hours until FOR SALE Manning who has re-
ea Water (hea oo one oO ie iif’ perc ting and bounding to-]} the same is sold for a sum not less than signed
bath rooms—Electrie Cookers, Frigid- deceased : ek ew Nene now-or jatet.4208, 6. 6 t = signed. : DO you
aires—Telephone 2649 2.6.50.—T.F.N.| NOTICE is hereby given that all per | wards { Henri Augusta | Dated this 16th day of June, 1950 a 3. To consider and if seen {ff}
SGLENRISE Erdi: Hil, § ahi Hee BOF loge Yards savers often ‘atcott deceased towards the East on Sal eat bas ! v ous . Cc tant Pl . fit to adopt certain al-
“GLENRISE", — ston in, St Estate . . a . a Miss Adeline lerk oF he Asst, Court prea onstan srati 2 . pS
4 ol Burke, Sarie@nt| {ands now or late of Mis a ae antation terations to the Deed of
Beas period. Avalinbie 3 bedrooms | tne Barbados Fire Brade—deceased |Vard. towards the South on lands of | 22-650. Sedtiainent recenmnend- FEEL THE
si t! Rockle ; ¥ country C and to- ~rinciple J Sa a :
to CARRINGTON & SEALY. Ghuret Tee ay who died on tse | Roches Oost on lands formerly of Fellx Principle and Purlin Pac- j ed by the Directors.
$0800 | Church: in thle: Island wee state ane ree | as ee bat now. of ciitton Howell tory Roofs covered with | ‘These proposed amend- DROPPIN: 2
| quested’ to send in pavticulars of their | taniss or how else’ the same may { corrugated galvanised Iron $}\ | ments can be seen on G:
FLAT — Modern semi-furnished Flat) ei duly attested to the undersigned | jutt and bound, and if not then sold the! 28 ft. span by 125 ft. | } 5 icati or
with 3 Large Bedrooms and every modern | {1 \"" “it. Straker, c/o Messrs. Haynes | said property will be set up for sale on (SE HABLA ESPANOL) appraé y 125 ft. long Qt) application to the Secre- a
Someones ae ee phone #278. & Grimth, Solicitors, No. 2 Swan Street, | every sycceedine Friday ‘between the 5, IVORE, TEAK SANDAL hed | tary. ;
particulars to inspect p 11.6.80,—fn, | Bridgetown, on or before the 3lst da of | same hour al "the “same is sold for a JEWELLERY, BRASSWARE. TAP. Apply— By Order of the Directors,
August, 1990, after which dat shall pro-| sum not less than £50, 0 ESTRIES, GLOVES, PERFUMES. a 2 M. SIMPSON & CO, | C.K, BROWNE, You Can't
ave : rs ‘ th dg 5 0. 50-—6n. { Secretary
ceased among the parties entitled thereto Dated this 16th day of June, 1950 7" % secretary
ard only to such claims of 1. V, GILKES, i) 22.6.50-—5n.
PERSONAI ah ng rchall then have had ne tice and Clerk of the Assist. Court of Appeal KASH MERE = | { Se CS0--Bh stop the
— = I will fot be Mable for the assets or any | 23.6.50.—2r sooatuinsinpraemenensieinennmeetcee ee | = an =
The public arc hereby wate! avainst | pat thereof so distributed to any per. ‘ eR Rain — but
i predit to my wife GLADYS| son of whose debt or claim shall not tee SSS
SERTRUDE TROTMAN. nee Doris| then have had notice. aa You Can
hold self n- AND all persons indebted to tie & 141 . , » * » an
sie for” Be or Pahehon cae c sate estate are requested to settle their Th re NG a eee tee ora
ing any debt or debts in my name unless] indebtedness without delay i ses8e a 8.958 { Sto th
by a Seiten order signed by r eee raat cortk Of ears é i | to your MAKE-UP. Pp e
LIE TROTMAN. M M § , L ates A ea Don't Part With Your Money .
eee See Carter's Village | Qualified a as seman t rr Until You've Seen These Things Hole in
« Jobn. | o ewis ye ‘ é
| 21.6.50.—4n. TINS PEACHES SMALL MAHOGANY W
ne Fences etal GANY WARDROBES -- 3 “CUTE Y ry)
sales ” dium to large New and renew- our Roo
————— | ee ee = se ee GRAPES ‘ode Seve 4
3 — ; . Several more Deal or Cedar
PRUNES Wardrobes plain or mahoganised
WANTED IMPORT ANT NOTICE PINBAPPLE JAMS, % to 54 inches wide—Bedsteads, Obtainable in the following Shades: IS YOUR ROOF IN ORDER?
i j oJ anities, “ht P f rf : .
I L iy BOTTLES STRAWBERRY JAMS Dining, eansiet” ord go . Natural, Proud Pink, Look Pink, Applecart, etc. ete. Ww IS THE TIME TO MAKE SURE
zs = {} . t “1° « MARMALADE Tables, Extension, fixed, and fold- if also, THE NEW:—“CUTEX LIPSTICK” NO ‘
HELP | GRACITA FAULKNER'S TINS PRAS ing tops—Kitchen, China & Be« i js ; : : pl
RECITAL “ARROTS room Cabinets—-Sideboards, Liquor } These are the latest in Lipsticks, and are obtainable in For Repairs we can supply:—
A COOK—and General Servant. " BAKED BEANS Cuses—Flat, Sloping and ROLI | Shades to match your Nail Polish, GALVANIZED IRON SHEETS in a few sizes
Sleeping in not required Apply to} POSTPONED ROTTLES HEINZ VINEGAR TOP Desks-—-Rocking, Tub, Ber- | r k Pink. Old Rose, Clear Red, D od. etc
Mrs. McBeth, Cristal Beach, Worthing. | bice, Folding, Upright and Rush Look Fink, Old Rose, Clear Red, Deep red, ete. etc, EVERITE SHEETS in stock sizes
- ’ ps $0-—2n — ———_——_——_——- Chairs for Children and Grown- x 5 . 1
ss : Until MONDAY, JUNE 26, ups . ALL THESE ARE OBTAINABLE AT:— HEAVY ALUMINIUM SHEETS in stock sizes
“WANTED. by the ty at STUART & SAMPSON e Your FAVOURITE STORE:— RED CEDAR SHINGLES
Comunittee, Lady Assist ee} ‘OUNC v4 . .
of Information Bureau, airport. | BRITISH COUNCIL \ : BOOKER’S (B’d UG STORES LTD DOUGLAS FIR
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PAGE EIGHT



Sussex Collapse
Before Spinners

Worrell 5 Ramadhin 3
Dismiss County For 220

SUSSEX — 220

W. IT. OQ wkts.) 61

HOVE, June 21,

West Indies to-day finished 159 runs behind with

r first innings wickets in hand on the first day ot
ir mateh with Sussex, replying with 61 for no wicket
alter dismissing Sussex for 220. With 170, runs on the
board and only two men out, Sussex at one time looked
like putting together a big total.
Then left-hander Frank Wor-

ll, bowling above medium paee
making ball
ingly, caused a collapse, the
end a further fifty

wi s last spell took
seventeen runs

best of

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wicket of the tour in first class
cricket when he got John Lan-
gridge caught behind the wicket
shortly after lunch. The opening
partnership had provided eighty
four in 2 hours, ten minutes. After
the hundred had gone up in 2
hours, 25 minutes, Smith was out
lbw for 55 in two hours thirty-
five minutes, with only 3 bound-
aries Charles Oakes and Cox
played cautious cricket, and took
three and a half hours for the 15u
to appear,

Then came Worrell’s great spel!
The third pair had added 60 in
70 minutes when Charles Oakes
was bowled in attempting to cu
Worrell, and the West Indies’
bowler followed this up by dis-
missing Cox and J. Oakes in an
inspired spell. When Parkes was
taken at the wicket off Gomez and
Worrell got James Langridge
caught in a similar manner four
wickets had fallen for 8 runs.

At tea the score was 178 for the
loss of 7 wickets.

\fter Tea

With two runs added to the tea
total Worrell bowled James, but
Griffith, who scored 140 as emer-
gency opening batsmen in a Test
at Trinidad in 1948, punished
Gomez for three boundaries be-
fore being bowled in hitting out.
The ninth wicket realised 28 runs.

After a hold up of fifteen min-
utes through rain, the innings
ended in 4 hours, thirty minutes
at 4.35 for 220.

Worrell took five wickets fot
twenty-seven, his best analysis ot
the tour. In his last spell his fig-
ures were eight overs, two maid-
ens, seventeen runs, five wickets

In 55 minutes before the close
of play the West Indies scored 461
without loss, Neither Rae nor
Stollmeyer was seriously troubled
by the attack. Stollmeyer scored
all round with his customary pol-
ish while Rae twice cut James’
offspinners beautifully for four.

the ove aiscon-



inn

for
h





run
five
and his fi
the tour

Stollmeyer, captaining the Wesi
Indies in the absence with a
bruised thumb Goddard, re-
peatedly varied bowling and
the attach of

ywrrell vy

vickets



ve f 7 was his

of
his
t easy pact

‘ gener Sussex

batting lacked ente
Jol

0k

Smith
ten minutes over
and Smith
two hours
which in-

Charles
a little brighter,
in seventy minutes
partnership. But

collapse against
Worrell, who in nine bails dis-
missed the brothers Oakes and
Cox for three runs.

Griffith held up the end by at-
tacking the bowling. He hit Gomez
for three fours in his 24 but the
innings ended soon after liis de-
parture.

Rae and Stollmeyer put on 61
in the last fifty five minutes for
the West Indies. Though never in
serious difficulty, they found fast-
medium left-hander Wood none
too easy to play.

The teams were: —

and



tw

te
pe 1 and of 84
batted altogether for

25 minutes to score 55
cluded only three fours
Oakes and Cox,
put on sixty

for the third
then “came the

an

Sussex: — John Langridge,
D. V. Smith, C. Oakes, G. Cox,
James Langridge, J. M. Parks, J.
Oakes, S. C. Griffith, J. Corn-
ford A. E, James and W..Wood

West Indies :—-A, Rae, J. Stoll-
meyer, F. Worrell, K. Trestrail,
Cc. Walcott, R Marshall, G
Gomez, C. Williams, S. Ramadhin,
L. Pierre and A. Valentine

This is the first meeting between
the West Indies and a_ Sussex
county side for seventeen years.
and the county had first chance of
a good wicket when Stollmeyer
lost the toss

The Start

Smith began



SUSSEX Ist. INNINGS
John Langridge c (wkpr.) Walcott
2 ry Peer ar
Smith 1.b.w.,
C. Oakes b Worrell,...
Cox b Worrell

Langridge and

Pierre and Gomer, with lett" 2a,CaMeryl.b- wb Worrai

" - M Parks c¢ Waleott b Gomez
hander Smith scoring the faster) Grifath b Ramadhin
before he was struck on the chin | James Langridge c
by a short pitched ball from b Worrell

Y : : James b Worrell
Pierre. Gomez bowled inswingers} Cornford not out
with a three-man leg trap andj Wood b_ Ramadhin...
the batsmen were never able to Extras b 7 I.b
take liberties, Seventy minutes
were taken over the first 60 runs
and to that time five bowlers were
used in an effort to break the first
wicket stand. The care demanded
was shown by Smith taking near: y
an hour to travel from twenty 10}
thirty, yet the bowling did not
suggest that ultra-caution was
necessary and some of the crowd
demonstrated at the slowness of
Langridge and Smith.

By lunch Sussex had scored 8:
without loss Langridge being 38
and Smith 86 not out with Extra:
7

. After Lunch

obtained his

wiSee

twkpr.) Walcott
1

10

Total

2—110,
7—178,

Fall of wkts
4-176, 5—-177,
9-208

184,
6178,

BOWLING ANALYSIS
Oo. M.
Pierre
Gomez
Worrell
Valentine
Remadhin
Williams
wil
Rae not out
Stollmeyer not out
Extras

17
22
12
10
25
i
INNINGS

wifacr

Ist

Total (for 0 wkts
BOWLING ANALYSIS
M
0
3
0
0

Oo
6

R
19
15
15
10

Cornford

Wood 7
James 4
Cc. Oakes 2

Pierre second



Another England Bowler
May Replace Bailey
In Second Test

LONDON, June 21.

England may call another bow!-
er to Lords for the Second Test
against the West Indies, begin-
ning on Saturday, in view of the
injury to Trevor Bailey, the Bear, They will keep in touch but no
all-rounder. | decision is likely until late tomor-

Bailey is not playing for Essex! row, Although the strain is not
against Yorkshire at Colchester | considered very serious, the selec-
because of a groin strain suffered} tors could hardly take the risk of
in the last match | playing a pace bowler in a five-
|day Test unless they were certain
of his fitness.

For this reason they may call
up another bowler tomorrow,
even if they defer a decision on
Bailey’s fitness.

treatment for his strain, Pearce
telephoned E. S, Wyatt, the chair~
man of selectors, to tell him of
the position,

In Touch



A selector, and Norman Yard-
ley (Yorkshire), the England Cap-
tain, are both playing at Colches-
ter and will keep an eye on how
Bailey’s injury progresses,

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ELTON COX, captain of Rangers, receiving the 1950 B.FF.A.

Knockout Cup from Major Foster yesterday at the Prince

Grounds

Rangers Get Two Cups

ss Alice

At B.F.F.A. Prize Day

SEVERAL football enthusiasts were yesterday

at the Princess Alice P

present

avilion to witness the presentation

of the two cups to the Rangers Sports Club.

Before the presentation
made, Mr. Jemmott said that the
boys had a very successful season

and congratulated them for their
fine performances during :
period. He went on to say tha
the success of their team in the
Knockout. Fixtures was a very

good one and he was of the opin-
fon that they could field a team ir
the B.A.F.A., since they had de-
feated the Lodge School, who aré
winners of the third division cup

Mr. Jemmott also thanked the
teferees for their assistance in|
these fixtures, and asked the mem-
bers of the various teams to give
full co-operation to them when}
playing. He was very pleased with
their show against Spartans

At this stage he introduced
Major Foster who made a short
speech in which he agreed witt
all the remarks made by Mr
Jemmott and was sure that the
boys would give a good account
of themselves if they gained ad-
mission to he B.A.F.A., fixtures
in the future. He said that they
could help solve the problem o!
referees; if some of the member
of these clubs would volunteer
to do the job, for he knew that
they were quite capable SC
doing.



of

The cups were. then presented
to Mr. Elton Cox, who is captain
of Rangers Club. Mr. O. S, Coppin
then offered a word of praise t



was-*

Cerda Leads
In Golf Tilt

BIRMINGHAM June 21,
A Cerda of Argentina, had a

second round of 65 on the Sutton

Coldfield

course today and at

present leads the professionals in

the

mixed Penfold Golf Tourna-

ment with an aggregate of 133

At the end of today’s play,

32

leading professionals together
with 32 leading women will
tualify for the match played in
stages by mixed foursomes be-

ginning tomorrow

Cerda’s score could not be class-
ed as a course record because of
the use of forward men’s tees
He opened with a birdie three
and was out in 33 in spite of three
putting for a five at the third
and‘ finishing in rough for an-

onther five at the seventh



Hitting
Straight, Cerda was
faultless 32 He
putts in his round

his shots and
in a

had 29

long
home
only

His figures were 9} 93 BiB
4; 3; 5; 4; 3;—33.. In 3; 43.3;
4; 4; 3; 4: 8: 4: 32 total 65



C. & W. Seore 191

°
Mr, Jemmott for his untiring work Vs. Police
in the association and went or aici, ; : .
to say that he thought the best hel reezy 113 by Cc. L. Wood
match he had seen for the seasot relped Cable and _ Wireless to
was when they opposed Spartans ]°°0re 191 for 8 wickets against
and also agreed with the remarks} Police at Cable and Wireless
made by Mr. Jemmott and Major yesterday, the first day of their
Foster, Before the function ended, two-day match which continues
Mr, Archer thanked Major Foster}° June 29.
for coming to present the cups R. M. Lawless was run out
and also. welcomed those who] #fler knocking up 20.
were present. Cheers were then} Police opened with Brewster

offered and the function came to

9
10 fa close.



The Weather

TO-DAY

Sun Rises; 5.40 a.m.

Sun Sets: 6.23 p.m.

Moon (First Quarter)
23

Lighting: 6.00 p.m.

High Water: 8.40 a.m.,

June

9.43

YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) nil
Total for Month to Yester-

day: 9.07 ins.
Temperature (Max). 85.0 °F.
Temperature (Min). 74.5 °F.
Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E
by N (3 p.m.) E by N.
Wind Velocity 16 miles per
hour
Barometer (9 a.m.)
(3 p.m.) 29.911

29.955



_By Jimmy Hato |





|

AME LITTLE SO-AND-SO'S

and Shannon and after
by

was
the
stumps
scored

the score
was bowled
Soon after
after Edghill

reached 14 Shannon
Edghill for 5.
Byer who came in
nicely caught by White off
bowling of Lawless When
were drawn, Police had
31 for the loss of two

wickets



Russians Lead In
Chess Matches

LONDON, June 21.

Keres, (Russia) was leading

with two points in the first round

(
r

of an international Chess Tourna-
nent at Czcawni Zdrijo, near
Wroclaw, Poland, according to
results announced last night and

reported in a message reaching
London
Trojanescu. of Rumania and

Bareza and Lazlo Szaboa, both of

}| Hungary, followed with 1.5 points

ach Reuter.

THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1950











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ABGENTINA S i : wie ibredon |
Lawn Tennis p ‘ Heraldo Weiss and “nrique }
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to-day ayei SUMMEK BREEZE
and Morea plays an opponent who will not be !..cw:: | HAIR CORD, 72¢
until the qualifying competitions end. | 36 in. wide per yardd MY
+} The first half of the craw
: includes Frank Sedgman, the || FANCY SHIRTINGS
Frontenac ycung Australian who is seeded|! 31 in ide
nber 1, Art Larsen, United]! "4-3 ¥ 73s
States, Jaros'avy Drobny, self-|j Per -ard wv
Yacht Race exiled Czech now in Egypt and i|
Gardnar Mulloy, United Siates. PRINTS) DRESS
i In Morea’s half are players of CAMBRI ‘ , ri ‘
On Saturda | the calibre of John Bro nwich, tins eet
. t | Australia, a former finalist, Eric sortment of pretiy }
‘ : . Sturgess, South Africa, aid the patterns, 36” wide 1
F ve YACHT RACE etl 7 Americans Budge Patty and Billy Per Yara iH |
rontenac trophy which will be|-raipert. Talbert seeded number
saijed on Saturday will conclude 2 is fancied to win the title for
the season, and there will be pre- the United States
sentation of Trophies and Prize# r /
after the event. Neiss—A Hard First Round DELUSTED SUEDE CREPE
Handicaps and starting times} Argentina’s sole representative In Pink, Blue, Peach, White
are as follows: in the Women’s sing:es Mrs. 36 in. wide. Per Yard . C ;
- icraldo Weiss, has a hard round : a
= Yacht “a Flas } match when she meets one of pe iaidindahe lols.
- . the seeded players, Mrs. A Bossi, |
D & Peter Pan 2.30 Red Italy’s number 1 player. 2 ‘
: Generally it looks as though { }
D 12 Rainbi 2.33 Yell 5
5 eee koe k ee oo | Frank Sedgman and Billy Tal- : !
D 10 Van Thorndyke 234 Red bert the numbers 1 and 2 seeds ” 4
D 9 Olive Blosson 237 Yellow} Will have tough fights if they are J
<< —$ to reach the final.
o ; Sot $30. Rad The seeding of 15 players — 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
D7 Sinbad gee 2 Ita y's Cucelli was the sixteenth
a -| but scratched and a new seeding _
oe met. 240 Yellow} WS not given—certainly keeps
the topnotch players apart.
I 8 Skippy While there are no outstanding
19 Dauntless 2.42 _Red games for the first round, there
I 6 Eagle 243 Yellow] Will be plenty to interest the fans
7 : next Monday.
ee osey Hen Sedgman’s likely quarter final
I 7 Mohawk 244 Red opponent may be the 26-year-old
I 12 Dawn Fred Kovaleski of the United
C 9 Folly 247 Yellow) States but Jaroslav Drobny, last Casson
a year’s runner-up Art Larsen and e
> 2 Scam ar s 5 oy
1 4 Cotati 248. Red Gardnar _, Mulloy all figure in
I 18 Clytie Kovaleski’s quarter. i
C11 Magwin Mulloy—Interesting Match § Boby
1 1 Gnat 2.49 Yellow Mulloy has one of the most Powder
C 1 Astra interesting first round matches —
C 4 Hi Ho 2.52 Red with J. Palladi of Yugoslavia.
B 482 Circe Talbert has probably the more
C 5 Wizard cs F difficult half of the draw and if
6:5 ee 253 Yellow| he gets through, his quarter final
opponent may be Budge Patty,
C 3 Ranger 254 Red who has earned a reputation as
B 481 Fantasy 258 ©6Yellow|a@ giant in other postwar Wim-
-_— bledons.
B 3 War Cloud :
B 8 Rascal 2.59 Red Patty holds the French title and
“1h Moyia Blair is playing in form which suggests
B 9 Okapi 3.00 Yellow{ he will go far at Wimbledon.
a es , Talbert also has Eric Sturgess,
2 2 Resolute 2.03 Red the South African champion,
BS Mischief John Bromwich, Geoff Brown,
and Victor Seixas to get past.
N.B. No change may be made in It is unfortunate for John

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Ill it r H il 11 Junr 2 2 I !.-. Burbauns ^uwate Year .. W.I. HOLD TRUMP SUGAR CARD POLICE INVESTIGATE CANNIBALISM EN TURKEY i IZM1T. NORTHWKST T1 RKEY, June Zl. ZM1T I'tH.ICh wc In-day in\.*siiyulniy two case* of allestea 1 .n.uiihiiliMii after a 10 year-old boy iiannd Hi.hr.-i ill.-m-d he hnd seen ;I Bang ol lour nun Ml the flesh uf u liltlt-ill and a little bo>. limit police slated they had IH.IIIK irrtatad Nn ma " can rgas f fan-cry and MM preteiuev — &f The l t 12S Mites In Hath Chair ROM A paralyi d m %  Louis Potlgny, aged %  rived hen last nighl tag 1.13B milea ii tu hand-ptuiH'It<-1 oath-cnair on a Hniy Year. pUpn Potlgn>. who left Dame Cathedral in Parti on May 6 to cover the distance '.a H'Hsu iiialtiiiu The PI I benall Ol IbC i tics' Association He to be present next Sund.iv at the canonisation in Sal.it Peter's of blessed Mam Ooratili is-MBr-old Italian girl who .murdera I while defending net —RtiiU-r CANVASS FOR HEAD OF U.N. NEW YORK June 21 Canvassing for presidency of the September session of Ihi Genera] Aaeetnl dcr way among United Nation HHcicilions at Lake Success Although On --'ill ubout three months aeray, II appeared tant* for President will eventually be only two — Mr Nasrullah Entezam of Iran and Sir Uohammed Zafrullah Khan, who led the Pakistan ... lUon to the last %  Ion —Krutrr with them i statemen* i them ealDOjr, Uahrci. ,ecn associated h.id then volunteered i %  id twice seen ir.n human flesh. He said that he did not know when they had buried the bones of a boy victim, but that he knew M 'if a girl victim had tried at place near Bekleehter The Izmd police said that "in BW of the seriousness of the al-' legation* 1 KM from a len-year-l old boy. the) wengoing to the ipoi with llahrei to look for the' girl's remains. TinEskicshler police said today the limit police had not informed them on the case and the police in Ankara were also without official Information. Tnt Istanbul ueweyaper Oaahurtyrt guvu one version side by now" that a boy nameu Fahai Kilns living in a village near Konya awoke one morning to Hnd he had been ctreuanofed without any visible I human mterventu The paper said doctors leaking .i scientific exulanalion for thh phenomenon.—R'ul'r U.K. MAY OFFER COMPROMISE In View of British Public Opinion Miners Claim Higher Wages IN U.K. LONDON, June 21 British miners leaders to-day presented a claim for higher wages for 'Qfl.MK) lower paid workers uhich if granted would cost an i C12.S00.0O0. The claim .' ot two shillings and sixpence per day to bring the minimum weekly rates up to £6.3~5 for underground wori ta w and £5.625 for surface workers The Union maintains it d violate the trwta union mow ments wage restraint policy. —Keiilrr Judy Garland's Injury Slight SAYS M.G.M. HOLLYWOOD Jw I II Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studio. to-day issued a statement saying %  relieved U kno* thai early reportl of Judy Onrland' condition ami t exeajMntod %  Hej injury Is only slight and WparflClal., the statement said. The studio said yesterday eiut the A I old Dim star had cut tvthroat—but not seriously in i Ml of anguish. Miss Garland w.i suspended by MCM on Saturday for falling lo rei>ort for work In to-day's statement MGM declared "Miss Garland's health ud stute of mind have been of great, concern to us for some time." —Renter SIX MKMHUtS of Ihr seven nun rUrbado. i I %  etaanaay afirrnaon shortly before rmiaifclM 00 tti I u to right are M A S. WAiren. Mr I Neblclt. rapt 0 K I Wararr. M H r and Mi lor > li lei |>n tin ill (i Ihr lliir.i.'W urli.iU'r GeUUo" far tinilsnil \ L Rnher.I I J r (.rimtli. I I) M Cave l.i <\ K Argentina RHalls Dr. Tacheret Up Slnngth Of U.S. Air Force WASHINGTON, June 21 A Committee lepresenting both Houses of Congress to-day agreed 1hat the slrcnglh. of the United Stales Air Force should be increased from 48 to 70 groups. The compromise appeared to be a victoty for memban of the House of Hepresenlullves. who for several years have bean ilem.mding %  pact* He permnnent authority for a 70 group Air Force The actual size of Ihe Air Force will depend on Ihe sum appropriated by Congres: In the future for aircraft, equipment and manpower -I IUIF-NOS AIRES. June 21. The Argentine Government'" not Official Gazette to-day announced the recall of Dr Oscar Tacheret. Argentina's Ambassador to India, conllrming news disclosed n week ago. Dr Tacheret was recently ihe Wived m a night club Incident in New Delhi and Mr. John Kenzieth Edwards, an Englishman, was acquitted of a charge of assaulting him Reoter. CUT ARMS AID TO 7 MONTHS SAYS SENATOR WASHINGTON. June 21 Annoyed at blocking the scaii.ig of Communist China in the United Nations. Senator William Knowland. i llepuhlican. California) today proposed a temporary cut uf economu co-operation admin Is tration and arms aid funds this year to seven months Such a move, he told the Senate, would enable Congress al its January sesbioi, hlN additional facts to go as lo whether Ihe Bnlisli <;•<'< i nrm-nt ind other Kovcrmnei.. rOOOiTHI l'niteink baiidagi>l in bed with burni. Hoss Ain gave pressmen a (i roentary account of the disa*ter, which is estimated to have %  iv.-.i .. i,.,. ,.< t %  -.nn.nno i n the (ew seconds it look: the ship to disintegrate. HOBS Ain. still shnklnit and ron%  lanlly asking for water, attributed probably his escape to being on deck when the explosion tore ihe /ndtnn Enterprise apart. | When picked up by the VtViffal Urtrn he tried to thank his rescuers in broken English The Jtuliun Enterprise was iKnnid for Calcutta from limdon with 550 tori^ of explo-ives aboard when site blew up between Knssler M) the Egyptian const wild We)d, Saudi Arabia. Her -ommaiider. Captain P. T. Campliell, and five of his officers "" British Eight other officers Airc Indian, and the crew Indian* and Pakistanis —Reuler irAHTAN rim Dm 1. %  -.' .1 K, alirrii.^n *••• HAT A ^ %  .i Ki -i. un %  1* irha UM U-Bin and Owl %  |4.< ^i n moat l-.|n.Ur l<-al HI the ivurim a vrry hard la.k o hold NkBM IhM Ualvr'ii r V . Iha ..IK.-I harm 1 .I.U.'I..,, lna.1 I.I Hi. Coll. cltir.aliMd t Ih* bouiK* uf Iha ban on ih* hard Krniinaiuii pilch and Ihr orcaawnal alraaa WIIMI Ihst arivcii th* play co*ul'-ahl> BTW KHOLU. June 21 lt\mia' 20.lHW.tKKl BV Qua .1 .rWMdln| lais ao nuutoeuvres this gaontfa D KamsolK In the 1 rovincial cities \\ sllol .i tperaUoni over the Atiun rnm ind organising motor car compeUtroni covet mn the anti %  1 vlnea 1 •oaarn bi %  1 nf in nearly evei '11.n and highhshmenl Member' Of lh BUTOe t>'iis an* spending Ihen .1 Una in this Sroy, KniMiUka>a Pravdt adds, bacouaa thaa an iware of the Imperialist Intrigue ,nw Ihe ctoilalr 1 the Soviet (J am But, the DsBei I Ompll 0 mnsunlat rout! ., % %  1 .., %  % %  [1 • 11 Red Anny Ihiy Kverv vi LUUJ take an etive par' oivanisauotH II make avoi *MI*-r 1 pome %  ,. .. %  %  these duty t> "Special Blow" Says Smithrrs Col HUNGARIAN PRIESTS WANT AGREEMENT liettveen Church And State BUDAPEST. June 21. The Hungarian Catholic Bench of Bishops, Supreme Catholic Authority in the country, has decided to ask the Qovenunent to open negotiations for a Church-StaUAgreement it was announced here to-day. DON'T PANIC! nil. reA PRACTICE of the Hur' mane Holicl Wireksv Comj niunua'ioi,Uranch will Sunday, the j 2Mb of June. 1930. between j 10 a.in and 1 p m. The frequencies that may used are 7 1, 5 4. and IH megacycles. This notJea h Issue case any owner of a Bt 1 receiver picks up message* >vhich might utrni %  wise be misunderstood and Ship Takes Fire LIVERPOOL, June 21 Early today 100 fire:1 lighting a fire which In-oke ouf"lh the holds of the 6.53Uship Falaul !ate last night. Othei ship-, wei from adjacent berths to safety The Faisal which was list 11 !>eeause of NM weight al *lrr pumped into her from a dozen Are engines, had been loading a general cargo, including sulphur, for West Afrii nmunique _ I by the Hungarian News Agency and confirmed by Catholic sources here said that the Bench of Bishops had held a meeting Afterwards Archbishop Grosz of Kalocsa Diocese, the senior igjnltaty here, approached tinMinister of Education and Religious Affairs. Mr Joseph Darvas. to Inform him of the Bishops' decision The communique said the rVKhbiahop raq u ae t od that the of religious orders should be included in ncgoti.i'i. t rUb the Government and that the Minister had promised thai he would pass on ihe request to the This Is the nrst time the Hungarian Catholic Church hierarchy has officially made known a desire lo enter into negotiations ,' r an agreement with the Hun%  : man Slate. Such an agreement I as been asked by Ihe Government low foi several years, particularly during the period before Cardinal Mindsrenty's arrest and trial —Reuter. *3.000,000 For Civil Aviation MONTREAL. June 21 The International Civil Aviation Organisations Assembly has approved a budget of M.OOO.Ouu for 1951. The budget calls for $2,800.000 to be obtained by assessment from the organisations 58 memnations—$132,000 by appropriation from Its working fund— SftO.oOO by appropriation from the general fund reserve and $188,000 bj IncomO from casual revenue. The assembly also approved scale by which the organisations 1951 operational expenses would be distributed among contracting mates The assembly decided lo hold its next full scale session three years from now with small scale as* biles to be held in the intermediate raai Reuler 'Only One Path For The World" -NIELS BOHR COPENHAGEN. June 21. Professor Niels Bohr, leadnv. atom scientist who last week broke years of press silence, said here today "humanity I tiiis choice—an open world or the end of our civilisation" Professor Bohr, who escaped from his native Denmark during the Nazi occupation to work with British and American ".dentist-, on the atomic %  oergi proyad declared today "there is only one pHth f.,r the world to lake If civilisation shall survive." The progress of science and technology has brought about the lecessity of unhampered ixhange. In every country and icross all boundaries, of full information about all aspects of human life. 'We must create an open world, with common knowledge about S rh in K in Malaya Mi Sirache* who hai [Ufl nslurnod from u visit w Malaya, warned that the fampaign sgalnst the Communist gueriD exi hiMVi-K UtaO OfM He said llial one ol ihe num objects of plans now be. | out by General Sir Harold Ilngg-. Director of OpontloCfl ensure thnt when the army restored law and order, adequate forces of point and -ml .idminIstratlon were available to prevent a reversion lo bnndiiii —Rrulcr STREET %  ORDERLIES" BEXLEY. Kent. England in a name?" A lot think the road sweepers here From now on their official name of "street scavengers" will be — Reater j placed by "street orderlies R.C. Priest (.(•To Warsaw VATICAN CITY. June 21 Well informed Vatican sources disclosed to-day lhat rather Adslberto Turowski. Rector (Jenersl of the Society of the Catholic Apostolate. recently left for Warsaw. 'as thought possible that the priest's visit might indicate the Vatican's readiness to explore the possibility of resuming diplomatic relations with Poland. Recent confidential reports to the Vatican from Poland are believed lo have indicated that the Polish Government might welcome establishment of normal relations, mark of Vatican acceptance of the agreement signed iwo months ago between the Catholic bishops and the Government, first of Its kind to be signed in a CommumstJ ruled European country.—KeaserChinese Gun British Ship HONG KONG. June Seven Nationalist aircraft today bombed and machine-gunned the stranded British ship Anhll and the rescue ship Haayani lying off Swatow M,. tag rasMls, announced NelUv %  U fearad damage nor casualth The owners said the Hanyang, which had been standing by the Aafcel. put out lo sea to avoid being hit The Annul (3.500 tons. beached near Swatow affr she struck a mine when entering th> port on June 16 Urge Super Authority For Coal-Steel Merger I'AHIS. June 21. r.ii,.. chief economic planicr Jean IgotUMt, 'father*' uf the Schuman plan, suggested today thai Ihe supra-national authority ntrolhng a European coal-steel erger should lie responsible to European "Parliament". In a two hours speech at ihe six power conference here on the plan, M Monnet presented an outline of lome possible melhotU of putting t into operation The chief suggestion made by M Monnel was that the supra-national high 11 ihority should Incollectively responsible to a common assem lily representing all the pnrtlcipa ling countries. This assembly might eanafat 'pf dapafles from the parliament, of the participating rountrie* The Assembly might meet once a year to discuss a report of the high authority's activities and decisions M Mottoes said in this way the supra-national authority would be responsible to a supra-national parliament and Its function would thus IKessentially under democratic control Reuter. thrum thir Own *'• nespi.ndent) LONDON, June 21 'J'HE NEXT MEETING between Hia Majesty's Oovei nment s representatives and the West Indies sugar delegates not yet fixed may be the last in the series Although the original request for an additional 85,000 tons guarantee was refused, it is understood that the Government after careful consideration of the West Indies case are prepared to offer a compromise wn.it form it HIII i.iki it %  .1 thai %  l t ih • W' legates Kiv are) the Weal ItMUei delegation arrived here I*, resume the talks eomM ilice i During thai UBM ihaj Iw %  •• i ippa toil' t.> expn M li da cast .. i I %  %  pos si ble influential peopli i %  i> terrod and ''t i,i the OovanunantVi i-i tinned refu.-.d of their original %  from the ConJanratfeg Party League, and various %  % %  i p rtions and has addlr ... s... i.,h' >t Mould not be incauHom to suggest that tic Go> eminent 1: H I I %  i forced i" change their views. Oui rorre p ndenl learm intho B.W.I reei 4d that the ad%  %  I bul Mi Wl I ho BUf: D | | .In OH % %  %  diiiue Thl| in itself La an indication hat His Majesty's Government %  rani West Indian deleetura to 'he, %  handed \ii II is rlenlneanl that West %  legates nave noil vri to l>llli Oovi menfl refusal of an additions! ianf'<' Thai reply i understand, was I sworfUlly worded, and answered ra os ..He tiie aVltln i nt i against InMl Webb and hi., colleague* Its atood ti> have beei fnpn ad a hen they read liehevev :il llieir that II I yet i-wn put befori Iha pubfii i Qw Ol LONDON lu A "special hardship Weal Indli t ir M IV lu-i II ifternoon . position i the Hi Itfah Carlbbi %  I lit, m.,,1, BCl t., then ImpO Smtthi %  : i ih the anew i Cosflnial aecretar) Mi t the queaUon ai to srben ii would bg aola I %  %  The Timisiei daclared ha i ould not say when the dollar position uf Ihe sterling am asoulfl ba far iniproviil thai the daatrOd %  rh, Weal tiuiieaeaetal hard%  i. p %  rose from Mn i wee i onneeUon with the dollar area. Smithon i dd out Hi'lgiiim \|>|iro\t> l*;t\ ini-iillillion imussi LI i The Heiuui. Oovi rm ion! to .. -|M"""V. I ...i merit on Ihe at I %  %  peon Parawnti Union drawn up f iim&ttiiou fin Kutopeai tlon m Pans Insl week This was officially announced mt< ib no) 'i % % %  ili .11 JOURNALISTS PROTEST LAKE SUCCESS June 21 The Executive Committee of the United Nations Cnn -pondei.t. Association has approved a resolution protesting agalnsl the deClslon of the United Nations lo extend only limited credentials to :, London Datij Worker corre-tHutlcrfield and Swire the own-i pondent. who w* aceused on rs said they did not know how 1 Monday by Ihe United States of tany planes took part in to-day's "abusing" his resideri privilege! Hoc* Reuler Reuler PROTECTION FOR WORKERS In South Africa AI'KTOWN. June 21. JusticeMinister Charles Swart told the South African Senate today that the police would giv full protection to people who wcnl tu -oik on Monday—es I led as a "national day of prou-d, and rn'i-r'i.ns" ^!nkc for | peani H as in th Union Issued statements saylnv anyone trying to inlerfer.arm willing workers would be "severely dealt wllh." Workers have been told it is unlawful to stay away from Iheir jobs and they are liable to severe penalties RetWrtng to a pamphlet "issued by a well-known Communist end signed by other tUsOWl "amg people to remain < Mr Swart added "we lion Midi ihmjii to take lid be Intimidation Hgainst people who want to go to work %  —Keatcr. FRENCH WANT END STATE OF WAR WITH GERMANY PARIS, June 21 The French Government, it era learned from an BUthorltath souti. here today, *Ul submit Mioinurui.duni avkliiK [Of Hw OfK) mg of the slate ol ami Sfil Germany to Uie Woikm. I %  f the bin Tnrec in Londo on July :t. A meiiioranduni on the BUDJOCl has been cesuniunieatad to the llriti,h ;oid Ann i.. '. ir menu a l^gglgn Offka tpohaaman said. This latest Freneh InlU %  %  naUonaJ haul llcved in dlplomali. drch I I to be closely OOnMCted with the SON. Juno 21 Mr Kenneth Voung. B> I MinmW ol S',.t.er. were tOHtlght receiving (hi guests at an off* reception given for the aifofrnauon of United Nations Economu an I Socuil Cournl i. lanot Chile. Senor Crue is passing through London on his way t,. r.. next month's ineotiH nomic and Social Council. — (Renter I i i %  ii it rssstneni n bafore the ODEC i Hlnlatcn due h i nsntl ton ivaota U rhi r. ifti %  i %  %  by the Ur.lli Econoi Admin" hlngton To aanire Bali uon in the pi 4 %  to b ad to the tnltlal plan, drafted b) OEEi %  I earlier thl Without ihesi hen • Belgium i;...i 'ii. larad the plai i Beater NO STOP, NO BUSINESS LONDON 1 M. Cart d Un l.ondoii ( %  1 %  itive t" put back top outaloa 1 %  "When the sion went, the queues went," said Mi Cartwrlghl "And 0 did irnda worth BIN .• wnah to me —'Can l're^i The British Guiana &. Iriniil.nl Mutual FIRE INSURANCE CO. LTD. IBS ONLY MITIAI. HKI. IN8I1SANI COMPANY IN BASBADOS lo IMII lain Chaacasl Lei US uirrj .. Kisks fur Yuu. \ \i,r >l.iii'-\ Al tlitMBai liinr \'<\l liiMinYunr rrnpirn 111, %  'ns Building, %  (M>. II C M III 11



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TlimSDAY. JUNE 22. 1930 n.\Rll\IH>S AIIWK Ml PACE M W N CLASSIFIED ADS HARBOUR LOG .1 nglu-A merica n Tongue Poke I oil SACK I*I in II HAJJH CAM %  1 II %  %  JO %  *. -it. t'AR-O'.VaaSskaM 1* da*, new tyrta K I) Wafcaier, MUIIMH' Pan M Ul 11 • Sft--3n Cvs %  MM Daega %¡ MR ,,;.. Dial my ...17 da %  MMIM AM* M -age, stags*""* Lane. • S-3n MOIOK i Vl'l,( OM 111 I I 1 H P In Good condltio. B17 I | A CAB I pMMr. Uiw >H li< Battery Tyram Ciunpaon Hlrtfl ond Apply n %  %  %  ELECTRICAL Mil Mil OARAOt aw at i i 1KDAN CAR dmnuiMl By ARCHER McKCNZlK. DIAL MM, ,. WEAL ESTATE '"• -H -IOM HfM." *Mi IMUI It CHATTT1. I'fMIA1 Mo >>r will Be .MIU dctnoliah the tald hsiiH an( ] •am* tram the ."• within, finer after ma fat* of p'irrh ...,i asMsi and fMtinar* will Ml M ^ 01 -m — ri"1r %  ill rtr icelte-t trv the U"df-ifned ,.,. • at which the tlo•: % %  In Carliilc Bay %  I irdon Ken tteWrueen s II UUUVALfl I %  N tagl 01 i In II Kis M'lAITI |i f Oil. Ml WMOII Tab)*. All In IM Stfatrtmorr. Wnrthine. .Cabinet, M it 0gM I M •! C F HARRISONS Furnitn.e Dept: Thaaa sood* cannot be Imported fjftltn an make tha moat ol lhl rival anrr Hr. ?; a-fti MISCEL L ANEOU S CALCM M m.l CONATl s-i„n.h. C lOcma ol ..iici.ii drrlrlroiy Get H %  %  "(I nKlnmill \ llli COMDfXlOtf HOWUM Cattle, htutai H" Pi*. Poultry and IX>ruirn— UM DUNBILI M INO—a In a Booklet IS e KNIOHTR DRUG UTORI* XKI2ni.ES (,^, I raroratefa. A BAJU.aH < %  Pl^TTBDinah Wvor*. Frank Sinatra. Blng and all il.a raal Coma • 'd let. but quick A. !'.AH;.IS -A CO LTD i da* not for .ale > %  %  i'""* !" applv a for the ken VtARWOon %  I) a M -In -\trnvF-. %  The riwelllngnoii'e contain 'Ira wins and din In* room*. bedrooms .1 with running w-a fwvairny-. h. %  y.leelrU-lty. watee In the vard that* are Bar** route etc and the crowul' la and far4an • Inapert Inn h V appoint m en I Owner. Mr. D L John !" The above property Kill lie Tale by public ram net It'i. at Jimei • treat, lit Id re town jarh June In-tan I at 2 p m. In Touch With Baijados Coast Station advlw %  ej %  % | I i*-. Mile. A:,-. .„,I... -. Ba • f'-iroOr. %  'tadian v • T .. %  • ... Meia%  s < %  % %  it -a SB Cage %  i i ^ I %  • as. Oui into but stuiry-tongxirv ^ . n Tw.na* v lo hitni i Ijnu. UM UM lailtvi I i: ma baeauH thaq >> i9 have bMn kpi waitloc too 1 ia; by the BrltUh nifMns," he intCMMhtd to the quick, ih.I %  : %  %  rfjctifDinattoM < %  letortad. %  It h. had lived in our Bay, Chriatoptier Columbus W i rauld have been able to dlacovtT America because he had 00 l> eertiflcate and coult? Frvitos On llomhs Accept Kisrnhouir Pvopanb Minn KNQ1 dian l>orn Und j f larjiwta i iialiotu 'i I nbMilete jnd %  im nuk *Um u iMdM thtnkinn to rewarfsre at inok < %  >" he taut 1 .nr that in the atomic .te || i. not worth doing ate K would %  in Wa> nmt plate \\ v>..i.l,i (r -it. its natun and, in ihi WAMHNiiroN. Jui i 'n)( uehmd aaaai doors, has accepted propoaaU bj Ciavnhowwi (i A llartHHio-. tolO anainsl a poible aurpilsw -t a, 1 . iVM I hi* iliiTVfldMr n. %  It approved an uullas %  >) PMi than ISM mllliun dOtatn BH IB 1VJP and marines, an fan [trjiartnifn! for ttn fiscal Vwar beginning next month Thig U some tSas.nOO.DOi) mor Hunt voted by the Mouse ol Rppi. aelilativM The House |tttl ha sharply raisext the funds twcom mended bv it Appi %  Qaiirtl Eisenhower. Com%  V llBNCat %  i rorsltj a at .iUOppotiition \\ ill BofO M MwtingH CAIRO June 11. ... . %  :.. %  t I'-rlianent %  %  %  | The Government, who i %  %  nui'ier the *. \. it required by th< .%  any bill pln< Hmter CHINESE NATIONALISTS ARE SftU LEGAL I %  'n. riRli%  U. send Mktg %  tinConn %  %  ii to he in good i idfi :i:mittae aiketi I I ting hir i,< fact that nn'iiiDU> i adopt n.i.'i in %  ttitudi subject SKIPPING NOTICES MAIL NOTICES Aetna Mar will be rlowd at U •ral POM OAVe aa under 1 Aivt.1,,, Smiih .HI i Pn-t otr,* aa > %  .'. | Ha i m nn~the J I.. ntABWOOD II II M ik> a-i run,, he ha "mdi.i u" (in* Acre %  nf bind The home contain' Sailer*, iliawlns an it -ire norm three hedrnr.-. nlns water, kitchenette ui-l ntiUtfllre. ele^trlr lisht. ea>are and n-ivant> raon< C \RR1NGTON KKAI.V. aaiMtaan tiato -tit GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Vacant post of DraughUman. PW.D. Dominica. AppUtmtUlOt tn Invttad for Ihc post of Draughtsman In the %  ni. Uninioio.i fiw duttwi -i( UM peal will be and working dnwlnfli lor simple I An elementary knowledge ild be an added miaHIMltflon 2 "Pna pott i |1JMI x S96 $1,738. tloiat. The post i% ponalonabta Laana not PI v Ided 3 A : ,ih detail? of aaq %  % %  .. iiiirinratinaa. re%  ic. should be forwarded to reach the Director of VTorka, latfg than 1.1th Juh. I9S0 228 50—2n WORTHINtl 'MI(A(\rH\K IIOTTI i inarsr r-ni-Rm Modem fullv rumlOiari i h • %  (-anaie n-'i-dlng m halt an sei cf well bepl and laid <"U card—., m •nliuita from aea and baautH liench aaaa mntaln* larvr Uvltuf room %  .. i rsa* bag • '>ti^ hedrriom ran he adHed H "ir-urnl Tiled bathroom wiui tub balh av. ihot and ri %  %  % %  %  % %  %  %  rt II from thi cfl ' 11 nnu-aubn irii v. .om %  darn tanks and *'"'* %  _.. %  Mask) a a CITY or \deL.loc May 1Mb | J i %  .%  i —Rruter. ">dne 1 nag VraBMM OFFICIAL NOTICE, OFFICIAL NOTICE Mil *aB1 \M IUIK %  %  CVMIL PLsinl %  :• : m ROWB l %  %  • • Mill I TMFI.1NF -IT Cl-AIB III II HU |l,tr...lni mi. Co m made %  Egypt RvplivH To French. l.S. CAIHO JIM %  g joint Arab it 10 tlif Big Ti Arms Da< re todaj handed to United B1 dot .ifd. i -i i n %  i Fort Din M. . in Cairo. The %  i Iti Aisastndria tram lha %  i %  %  I I BJ %  ul IN NEW AIR SERVICE % % %  : lean \V.ri,| Airways win inaugurata on a*ul> ^ •* de%  Mrvtoa Ntsji Vorti and atoaaa %  h it h will %  cheduwd in"'' bj alnwat 30 paj %  y %  aJoubl*' %  ig tUna t>> iim-io lit hours, making Ihr ] Mi n yorh am UM I %  %  %  HI •iimuu-h ud the ratura trip is and 14 nunulm i 11. ..-ubla h.i*e ampla iDeM Sa ."ill..I h-i.l Koieii .IL.1 ,. Caifc. Mvepted on ihiouah Mill a . H.11.S -Hh Uai.aMlaH~l al T.mida.1 1,. tltitl.fi tlutana. Barbadu. W,i--.-e. %  Leastard laUtass. rutt.vcaa, WITHY A CO I in A'ettla. TrlnMlad ItA COBTA CO ITD The M v -Daaia %  Vincent) 1 inn*. II W i SC'HOONEi: OWNFl.'s \taO ISC ) Tel ie7 \HLw MCOO, SisomAhipCo. \ '"i I s. I* H M Jlin ARREST MONKS MR tOH -.'Hili %  ialM Art. *t. ... t II June • :Tth June intent %  %  tutor lU'DAPKST. .lour ::; The Hungarian MmlttTi nf |h Intoffior today anrsDuneed th>' real of Bva Franciscan Monks .h.irgw ol an anli-Qoveiinniiit %  i'n ti it> limit of a church IM oonlioin Hungary ihoae aiTtisled was tin %  lacan Bupeiiori who n ivill. pi.-.uhoi|( an aitf.1ttatc aarmon to answurasji imopio aasjjnat UM Hot ciiiintiil. — He-ter sot i .I-.II HMM • CAvaniAv iit.-t ii Menziefl \\ ill li^hi Oii(.4>iiiiuiinisI Issiir >A punrrAM >A POI \' I MI'IA PILOHIM" MIKIHHOI SU %  .. -ALCOA PFNNANT IB -AtfOA PURITAN A aTKAMri,M in Heal aid SI l.a-rsoc%  Ma n..t %  %  to a • aa— iti % %  urraa Coaainitie. ( 1 1 1 Tn, Chatitnan. ra. C Th. Iniorinauon n PMM P.' ii a %  . -tn <.SIO S A IKO^SIM. ACHIEVEMENT BY WKISKIS4. THE NEW CROWN GINGER AEE I i





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Till KM>.\. Jl'M: 12. I3-.II Housewives Feel C.O.L. Draught DEVALUATION has struck Barbados brtaftiu increased worries to Mrs. Housewife. A gndualbu UMMWI riaa in the cost ol living since the event. h;ithe Index figure according to the at th:-id ul April, to Mil LS "."' a year ag* i Housewife could gel her pint ot rlea, a very essential commodity especially for the poorer the commumly, lor .She must now pay %  nagj %  Edible all, often hnds difficult tn tost her 24 cents per pU Until rni-iitlv U WM 23 rUT tin of condensed milk Im ilsning boat owned by Coriat y ,. ar she paid Hi lett Yarde of Oistins. Chi Church, broke it* moorings on 18 cents per Ih before, costs her Tuesday night and drifted away row an additional 4 cent* For Wild Bee is valued at S500 and the family sugar is an everyday up to the present no information 'ec<-sii> %  HAItKALMiS \l>\tl( Ml 1'U.I IIVI. 'Wild BeeDrifts X -tS "WII.I> HT a 21-fo I has been disclosed It >$ insured D CTMKa THE PCRIOD that fp/tng Ash *ere plentiful. tinned and fresh meat could alse be purchased in bulk, but now that the flying Ash season is on the verge of ending, meat is verv icar.e This shortage of meat, which started ibout a week ago. Is now being fell because the supplies of Argentine and Australian beef. which were in stock, are hausted. In an interview with the Advocate yesterday, a butcher of the Public Market said that, the only KSr" method of relieving the meat shcther heen Up ami Up Muscavada which is probably mostly used, costs Mt> Housewife %  ents per lb last year, but she iv pta ta ; > a v em b Pie ic >. has gone from 7 to 8 cents per lb F..mmatfly kerosene Oil, ever in gn-iil QenuUI costs her an additional ),.i!f cent It was 4 cents per pint last year %  %  %  There has been a fairly bitf increase in the price Of HMOlane This has gone fmm M gallon last year to 57 cent* now. All essen'ial commodities have ol Increased Btnee last year however, and among these are and margarine. Butter •horuiic u by removing I h c r ""^'" s ""' r co "' 8 tm scheduled price. "Golfilo" Carries 7-Man llislcv Team A LARGE CROWD of ici.ilives and (lieocJ **n the Baggage Warehouse yesterday aftavnoon when the %  even-man Brbe4oa rifle team, part of the Ural evei Weal to take part In the Inpertal Rta %  1 Blaley, left the lelana [or Rin'fnfl on Kvffi's S.S". "C'.olflto." | hoped !u put up a good oVi ens) uualj do %  %  land about the end <>( 'he month : %  %  %  n up to %  I.I Col .1 t %  %  %  II | | D J E Grid %  • a i ipi i M li F. l.t ( I. N SMC*' A I. Robert, riie BarbedM b i i the V.'. tot UM U K u lh %  i. iti-.ii OUIM i and 1 %  The mat %  leaving th. \. %  Julj U .-ill he the I with the K i bald on %  %  Mi Kinim,, .in,i %  %  the Senloi McKlniv n said SIB CHARLES P/OOLLEY, KC M.i; Qoeernoi of BrlUi eaterds) b) the 0 t i: W I A. H-i tal the launch onto the w i.ambeit. the Governor's Sccretars I kground %  _. %  •"-• nn anu tt cents per ounce, whi e At present the, archaving U margarine remains at 46 cent, ,, i* high prices for the cattle and i b If they sell meat at the scheduled price it would be a loss to than He said that after buying a pecftd tordl th. brt at I, u, ,„ „„. s p*r lb rotoM. B6 cent* [x-r 1 !( -m-^ . ^wrr *• -'Beer And Women KuliMilisali. ., Nor is this the whole story, Qovarnment 19001 I it| Cheese Comes And Goes A LITTLE owai %  tnantl ag ,g Ash had t.. I,., thrown bad 1. 1. ... llip ato the aaa on pome ooeaa w ni, ,vt pletuiful they were That Li ,-\rier th,. Ihoot, the '.< Iiot the ease today With flying rtsh ,iii| have v BH someInor With unite .1 few of the good thing of London Thev will be tttungi to eat which housewives in the V K until August 24 and [ami their husbands took as poma of the mamhera have made .if course in the days •urangementa to see the fourth ". %  funthe war Crtckal Test M.it.h bOtWei Take butlor for efcuniplo 'tl ami the Weal [l lb When table butter is not scarce,, epani al the Oval on ti i-iKiking butter is hard to get. just Iii Brains Trust per pound v. title on moditlrs. i e $1,100,000 on ,,, ., .... ; ^* "i 11.11 • li.lliir.l~ID on lruwyrtli-.af 4cenu pcrixun:! u, e Sub"" "I PorK. they are only able to realise the amount the* spent, without an* profit'. He pointed that on all previous occasion, when supplies of Argentine meat were exhausted, I shortage lolloweJ. but he understands that in about four weekthere will be another supply ol Argentine or Australian meat arriving. During the interval, they will have to make out with the local supply. This butchei feels that Government should force every estate. with a reasonable amount of grasslands, to keep a certain •mount of cattle. "Only by doing this will the buWners be givera fair break" and by that he meant they would be able to purchase cattle at u reasonable price Ot the other hand he feels thai 1; eminent should make it their business to sec that supplies ot imported meat from Arge n tina and Australia are never exhausted. FLYING FISH SEASON i s coming to an end. During next month the majority of boats In the local fishing fleet will be beached and following this the accent will be on seine net and jpot Mining. Fishermen could be seen making big fish pots on the pasture outside the Fisheries Department at the Reef yesterday while another crowd were knitting 01 patching nets They are nil preparing for the Hurricane Season During the heights of the flying fish season the catches were large naltcd fish, flour animal feed. The free oarket I in many cases > ) hundred per cent iderstood how li nit such Al 1 HE tint Brains Trust to inheld in aid ol | i University Collage In Jamaica HU H< n %  .1 W B Chenery, His Horv w I li A I n.. '• i 1 Bruce Hamilton, Sir Joim Saint K.C.MG an < I Springer were the Brains 11 rai whether h d be aboil .,.,,. ,, : ,., Uil sion when a lady had lak. slon when -^podillos that cost two cents and alleged bythi rofl school ***** meeting had bn to three cents last ve.ir now sell fa Trual ware mumtogether Mr Douglas-Smith five cents 1 Of opinion thai it was ^^ a woman had Mangoes that used to he sold al natthei advantageous l nv "*d. but that they would cartear cents each last > %  abolish examinations, though tainly :rv in aaoura lh< bring six cents. On the other hand Mr: wife probably finds It dlfllciilt to clothe little John and well as she might wlah, for '! %  • several member*, admitted weak%  t n the method Mr ChenD4 1 future T"! alii ved tha: inations normalfjr dbwova ed %  Di Humilton p ah h the ideal %  Id rafai 1 %  Ml thej nil ,.. %  %  : afresh themaelrt his point D • iminatlpn ihould %  %  f 1 %  nd not men i uno Sii John Balm ail Mi HETTY PAYNE of Nurse Land, %  cted Hint I)r Hainilwas yesterday lined 30 by Mr \,.-: vements Q, L. Taylor and Mr. H A. would be of little advantage ' Vaughan. Judges of the Assistant cxammati. 1 lance and Court of Appeal. She was found m athematic Mr. Springer in fact guilty of having used indecent Ba [ d ihut the i.r^ulfatiun of hooks "* %  would Jiatnper the candidate by ot t consuming time 1 of clothing has substantnlly •ased Lamguage Depends On Locality Tanker Will lake Molasses But Not From Barbados Mi H.ASSES IWKKII V VI %  %  %  f 1 tor Montreal, win be ta t in I meet at %  if fancy mola^1 in hulk The tankei I 1 Bay all daj 1 u 1 au altlng advice fi 1 %  it is at praaaol both varieties ire scarce UM nune ttnu Irish potatoes are also on thci "searee Ihtl" Juat now Portun, ( ui. the local adssoa an be %  %  I MM. a local like th-' aet^piane 11 ^oes ami oosnee and Uns H a r ly, n itt n lahl trail prea*-h ., sermon lattng u Ita teal %  Httle A-hile and T art again a little while and ve shall aa ma the vegetable and fruit Un fa,t be> in In fairly regular ; [.!< now Mangoes are here I., the barrels, but oranges are Fresh Ash con he purchased. ,,nd then* is nlwavs meat K01 tunatel} the Barbadian's *V>* food Ice -.>ri easily be obtained Ihe small simp-. *h"" 1 ,, of 1 gjui ot %  I ,nd a scarcity ot rice. .., ...mpi.-. win often tree! M toman with th.replvi M gnl get a pint of in %  ou bu) %  pound ol meal i*'*-V>V>0-^>*.V-W*'--**. '-',*-*,' BOMB OP THKSi: IT BUS ARK FROM CANADA AMI Till-: I 9 \ AM) DUB Ttl THE IMH.l.AK SHOUT 1GB CANNOT UK RKlM.ACKI) Only ONI bieyde • in llii' worid carries this mark of perfection The rijiinark Is your gaarasKc of UMing qualm BM gap -' %  sael uanollrJ urrnth Thfl Woil4 laadlageeellir bKfiJ* camtt ,ihi BMifc al •Ltiui. KM rHUMBER V Itoad Maps Are On Order ,1-1 %  p i rwaadaU 1 nguage while Itoad on April 14. In imposing the One, Theft Honours varied a dec sion of ^' G. B. Griffith. City Pol istrate. He had sentenced Pavns to serve 14 days' imprisonment with hard labour. Mr. Dear re| I Their Honours said that though Second Queetloti 1 1 ,1 er a doctor 01 %  compeUed to divulge %  conAdence Q 111 pursuit of his callng. Sir A 1 potnteL %  Captain Kanip tol.t :i.. Rerdaj thai on I here with the "Oofcev", ha WM %  %  %  his agent-, prohibiting ii^ wading of fancy molasses In hulk at Par hedoi lee ~ — _.._ I/*' will tak<1 load but very few flfh are now being Inpre was no doubl that the case ou: thai here ,.f fenc] ... bulk ( Oft caught The total amount of fish had been proved, yet they thought was compel OUl :h H inada, even to be brought through the market tnc Magistnite was too aw ar e >• lane || it has >>, be taken P so far for this month only reached Fines for such an offence could To ask him to dlvulgi 33.957 pounds while on May 4 be varied with regard to the 1 u-Mipposert knowledge that a Captain Kemp add thai and 5 the catches of Hying Hall locality in which they were comI had been made. To the knee nothing "i the 01 alone reached .15.000 pounds. mltted. Indecent language local Government until ha . w „ -__H „ !" rff *. r nr ly any one while m Hroad Stre.-' BarbadOB. Hi UXh t^ftll .I^rS were dur 1 thc *•* wouW mvm ' • Y rk "" '' heavier fine than similar langua^i%  nay sailed for the Waal In spoken by anyone during tin |£, chem: v laid that in fact no June 10. During hi* trip. night in Suttlc Street rnedlcal \> %  aaiated under abnoluteiy out of communication British law lh Hamilton said with his local agent* Tinonset thai ti" earned to be a Ionwhich Mi agents got fmm Oov dcnc) thai the priest eminent was dated June 12 MAGISTRATE C L WALWYN should ba %  than The trip has mvolv. yesterday .mposed a line of M %  to the "*'"' !" "'"l l -' and 2>costTto be paid in 7 Wen Chenterers said Captain Kamp day* or tn default undergo OBO CTj of the n ir ,a *, month's ImprlfODmnet on 0 .'." .'.'' %  Howard of Carringlon's Vttlagji I i %  -.tablishliig that when he was found guilty r i bean made assaulting and beating Clarissa I %  >' •" inr Ihe answ. to which port It ahauld all r be Iwe i> to receive thli %  Mvaeaae • ai tol d ,h.n tno Publicity Committee ,..,.,. ..liable U Miupty the den maps of the buand But idctorlaJ maps are plentiful Will "< be long i" % %  % %  r out rot .,. \ id i ihtngi i"i i'"' '" nl ' %  . i\ reluctant %  The nui bjirking In thi month Me) we put at SOB 171 wenDrll i anediai i i Amat %  IS rrench The majorlt] have exfOr the uland"v i F..i %  Walcott on April 14. Waleott said that on April 14. third ojUOttj she was walking along My Lords world's Hill, when Howard came to her and began to annoy lei undergo ng CftC nil or (he tanks fOI rt.ipt:. %  molasses Scraping and out of the tanks hud l-i !>. %  done going to his home She refused no t be and he held on to her hand and (IIH ( „|, would not let go. A struggle British '" sued during which hei were soiled siJ<". % % % % % % % % %  I %  < % %  ma tank ear. (UaaUOD, whether the bv ctis.rle Bacon h ( food luppUef were l>ey,,, ^ K<—1 lnspt..rs. who passed Coming exhausted, and if so (nem M befog „, ( „., ( ,.. lin ,,. heiher food production should ,, on for lne carrying ' UitarnaUonaily controlled ,md planned, imoted the contra-i dietoiy opiniona on the HI i (portal iik. %  i (irr and Bu John Rufeatt, but said' that in hig view there was no need] o that the world .s food | i.. .:> developed, ware noi ta popuianon. The question of International. %  tgUlation Was one for Ihe eeonoi i! was desirable/ i ami stage ol the world Met i %  A Common Plaaa Jury ... %  %  "' * ,r ''* 1 last Tuesday that the 500 boori w,lllr ree<>gnlaing the oH house at Duraul l '" lne *'. v believed 'hat any inland. Christ Church, over whi Uonal -^Lstance which could one sister on one 5ide a: %  was an [ ii oiaai i RUFINA' BRINGS KEROSENE \ .>t kero.,.. i ::HH gallon of gasoline fret I oame to larday by 'he tankei rUlBna" The "Huflna" left w itarrival tor Spring Oardena, lll.uk Rock 10 diMharge the fi Elder Sister Wins Case GETS $500 HOUSE A MOTOR LOBBY and* mule drawn cart were Involved In an accident along lower Roebuck Street at about 3.50 p.m. on Tuesday. The motor M—26 end shingled which was parked near the scene of the accident was slightly ,]„, .a,..; *r and sister on the otnei The lorry was M—18C2, owned squabbling, was the propfft] %  by M(K,r< Pitcher Connell .f Viola Grcenidge. the oldi Roebuck Street driven by Viola Grecnidtie who Sydne> Blenn.an of Belle Gully. plantifT brooghl while the cart was owned and Constance Qiaanldge, %  %  • driven by Frsr.k Robert* of Goodan d Arnold Greer,Idj land to make them give up pnasesuon T HE ERECTION of the new 0 ( yh^ house or pay its value. She Biscuit Factory in Gills claimed they were detaining th.Hoed is rapldlv progressing The house. main walls of this "E" shaped Constance and An. i building are almost completed and ttn „ saying among othei workmen were yesterdav 5eenon tnat (h( v wrrp ,,,,, ,„ Va"-V.V. B B .".V. B -Va a sr m J l.sr AMUUVEm%  % %  A EKtsll BsslPMBlff Of PURINA fOUUm CHOWS anion their interup possession of tl i est in the Wen; Indies Sir Allan week^ I the anwcT must be that of the IKHIM 1 wilhou* \ sent, and that I tabling it They damn it tfaav ware were Joint %  The hearing >f the before His Honour th) Judge. Sir Allan CoUpl Monday and day when the jury f"und a verdict in favour of Viola < and award* for damages for detention was made a£;.:'its Th. are to givi house in • %  anJ ttse dBetfeeafa a dationeol beeal coUeead ,..t.irrli. The patent nasal appli.Jtion hollle is infinitelv h>r dropper, and can be carried handl-ag or pocket without fca VAai' h CLAY & ABRAHAM LID.. Liverpool. EngU Eou^i^-d lalJ hMi.nis nun. IMf YOU WANT mi ill si SI Oil: VALVE > SELECT A .... VALOR *^ STOVE .voil' AVAILABLE IN I At a IH'H.XEH COURTESY Whilcpark (IMOHI III



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PACK TWO BARBADOS ADVOt ATI. Till USD AY JINK 22. HI" Qcudb falling LT. C'OI. J CON NELL. O B ElapUiiii of the llrljddu Rifle team foi BUky t* ptrturrd nerc lit the BtiKWHr Warc.. in the launch which t.K* him off m the (Jal: nli lilt vi'stcrday for England. Old Lodge Boy M ils LIONEL ARMSTKONC. of Spring] 31 i yesterday U iwith the Bi U on. Electrical iii. %  El tnd SU> lK el It UK by he will be w*v %  holiday Am .11 Old Lodge Boy Aalhorn Studying Economics WRS J A HAYNES • >' JVI -parkrs St Joseph, who •eft for Engl-i'l vpvirr.'.iy by the "Oolnto" will be spending: lha ..uminei vacation with hoi M < *nthnn>. who i* l.ni\.:. rootles t Pam b r o ht I StiiiA|-. wv lot three months. ..nd ah< laid Carib that her huabwyl BOS) t\v 10 England Liter to ... England And Europe M iss JOAN KYS1I St oi Hie Btmojoi Putott. • % %  CommUteO, and hot Muter l\laargorat Kyah. Clerk h |p| the Abstract Department ol I La Il.iili.nki. tl'.iinli a) ( "Wl „r>,i WlralMi (W I j Ltd.. left v afternoon "Colfltn." en route and E H %  iirer DOlKtay Intransit M KKNISON, wife of Colonial Secretary ol %  ii.ni and their daughter Anne. 'in ii.isscngers lntrai>sit for England i afternoon Mis. RetiiKUi ha* gone to planner daughter at Queen Anne'.-, School, Cavanh.im, nesi ElOtCttnj Rupert and Miranda—23 ^she casual jacket makes news in two capitals LONDON shows lh. ett lighi cret" %  Mat.tai MJM and white check woo' m %  laftl, w.ih ragUr %  Wl %  M 1 pocbsii p.pM wit" 1 *'>**• I 1 bulk* lop lock o*e> n*vy wool 1 Diab> 1 ilint iimghi lowr ir,., t white iaekei lostrema iitxm sleeves and 61 nght) hat '.a>ge cheeki osHs conlefe "w etfact %  rtglaad %  MS S IR CHARLES WOOLLEY. ttCM.a Oovtrnw <.f "ntM. Guiana, arrived in Barbados vesrirrurmn i.n inc uowm llcilh t .,„u..n n.hn h h-h .rf %  ui will 1Mreturning to British Ciiiiann this (ifternonn by B.W.I A < i rnpaaatri to Lad* Woollay, who is •., Bnaland on holiday. %  : %  .,..! i.;irbat.os. Lady Wool ley did not come ashore. While here he is staying al OOVH -ill confer with the Governor and Sir George Seel. K.C.MQ, Comptroller for Development and Welfare In the B | i i Ad Lady Wnollcy %  ..n board hj Capt. w. Lambert, Ihe Governor's Private \iry. Orchid Circle To Meet T HE GROTTO", the home of R Chenery in River ... i:. ene of a special meeting ot the Barbada OrdlUd i. June at % %  > ;>m. when Mr it F. Paririnapa d frooa Trinidad, will take ihe ..pimrlunlty 9* telling the circle something about the Annual Flowei Show which lie ati:i Trinidad Away For Four Months ON. F. CHUTSON, M.L-C. partnei ol D M Simpson and Co.. and Mrs Hutaon left yesterday by the GoJftlo an route to England. They will be away for thi .in.1 will also visit Duiinjt their May in England i. .i H Mi llutaati in Michael. \\lu< is abjdylng Engineering at Derby and daughter. Phllllpa, who is a nurse ut St Thomas' Hospital in London. Staying With Relation* M iss II i. CAMERON of "Sunbury", St Philip, wan mong the passengers leavin%  yostarday 'or EIIKIWHI by th' iolflto" While there, she alo \ MM to visit Scotland; she wtl' be stayii' wMh ralattow, and expuets to return to Barbad."* towards the end of Sctitemtier with Mr Renison when he haa had Ills la the I which i.ikcx placp latw i H ON'IILE A H W ROItERTSon. Pinanelal St of Trinidad was among the paagangaara arriving hen day afternoon on Ihe "Golftto* intransit for England to ? Gala has Lift Uranada SlnOS Ibg arrived there %  Maj de Oak Imwcver. is c fraqosnl vudtot u* Barbados which he likes very much, and I ut for family ties in Grenada. ; %  I lak told Carib, Mu) da CMua would prater living ban Maj de Gale is Ihe eldest of Uis lour de Gale brothers Sun Burnt! KTUKNING from Grenada yesterday morning by B W I A alter a nine dig tup Which tiri.it them to Si Lucia. SI Vincent and Grenada werMr Jolly Hill and Mr George QUaas, looking very sunburnt tor then short holidays K H G HACITA FAULKNER tell, me that her song recital wbisbl was to have been held today at ihe Cotnbermere School Hall has' .i 6(1 wide ONLY | ••'52 per yard run fiAIETY (The Crden) ST. JAMES i.t la s ta sastii ..i Banal l*ai CtU KtrOfO sUND 1 d llic Wl • I\MIA\IU I With Rod CAMHI..\ Vt.Mri.KAM raiD.tr ATI aa^v. 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1950

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Barbados a Advocate
el HOLD TRUMP SUGAR CA

POLICE INVESTIGATE |

CANNIBALISM IN TURKEY | U. K ° MA Y OF F ER
1ZMIT, NORTHWEST TURKEY, June 21. C O MM. P R O M TS E

ZMiT POLICE were to-day investigating two cases of
alleged cannibalism after a i-year-old boy named

Reds Hold In View of British
Large-Scale Public Opinion

Bahrei alleged he had seen a gang of four men eat the flesh
of a little girl and a little boy. Izmit police stated they had |
Manoeuv res (From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, June 21.
STOCKHOLM, June 21

recently arrested four men on cherges of forgery and false
"HE, NEXT MEETING between His Majesty's
Russia's 20,000,000 strong Home







pretences.

1,125 Miles In
Bath Chair

ROME, June 21

tenia

——«! The boy, Bahrei, who had
earlier been associated with them
had then volunteered a statement
that he had twice seen them eat-
ing human flesh. {

He said that he did not know
where they had buried the bones
of a boy victim, but that he knew










A paralysed Frenchman, ||the bones of a girl victim had Guard is holding larg- sca Government's representatives and the West
Louis Potigny, aged 26, ar- been buried at a place near manoeuvres this month, cccording Indies sugar delegates—not yet fixed —may be the
rived here last night atte: Eskisehier. : to Komsolskaya Pravda, organ of 7 ; h icinal tf
covering 1,125 miles in hu The Izmit police said that “in ms Communist Youtn Or, iwisa last in the series. Althoug the original reques or
Ee cen view of the seriousness of the al-) ore Home Guard is qividea} @M additional 85,000 tons guarantee was refused,
on a Holy Year pilgririage. legation” even from a ten-year- dey Ghia homeo a Soane = 1+ ¢

Potigny, who left N old boy, they were going to the, 7 alae ee arr, fee it is understood that the Government after careful
Dame Cathedral in Paris JOS » Navy, S..0 ‘

spot with Bahrei to look for the!
girl’s remains. !

The Eskieshier police said to-
day the Izmit police had not in-
formed them on the case and the
police in Ankara were also with-
out official information.

consideration of the West Indies case are prepared
to offer a compromise.

Sir Force “Dosav"

Desarm is holding air manoeu
vres from Tushino airfield out
side Moscow and practising glid
ing and parachute jumping in the
provincial cities

on May 6 to cover the dis-
tance to Rome, said he was
making the Pilgrimage on
behalf of the French Paraly-
tics’ Association. He hoped
to be present next Sunday

« What form it will take is not

vet known, but it is expected that

66 S = 99 | it will be suitable for acteptance
Special Blow |; y ‘th We et Indies ~dslagiies

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Higher Wages

27-year-old film star had cut her
throat—but not seriously— in a
fit of anguish. Miss Garland was
suspended by MGM on Saturday



whether the British Government
and other governments receiving
Uniteq States aid v.ere going to
seat the Chinese Communist



meet the touring Malvern F.C, at
Kensington this afternoon.
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Lying bandaged in bed with
burns, Hoss Ain gave pressmen a
fragmentary account of the dis-
aster, which is estimated to have










Reinforced

LONDON, June 2).

The Istanbul Cun Desflot is carrying cut | — | Five weeks huve elapsed since
at the canonisation in Saint oar newspaper x : J ‘ sperations over the Amur river ° eee Se gg ne een
| Peter's of blessed Maria huriyet gave one version side by SIX MEMBERS of the seven-man Barbados r fi> team pictured at the Baggage Warehouse | and organising motor car compe- ays mithers - 7 ee _ . ge geld
Goretti 12- cow.old Italian’ side with a “rumour” that a boy yesterday afternoon shortly before embarking ov the “Golfito” for England titions covering the entire Rjazan x ed here to resume the talks com-
" ae rc : iawes named Fahai Kitzas living in a Left to right are Major A. S. Warren, Mr. T. AL. Roberss, tt, J. M. Cave, Lt. ©. E.| province = ; 6 menced in September last year
oi be fe jing bes vintile village near Konya awoke one Neblett, Capt. C. R. E. Warger, M.B.E., and Ma jer J. E. Griffith, E. D. Dosarm has organised sections ay LONDON Tone 1 pure me he _— on a
Witte Carriane os t morning to find he had been} ~~ Some —_—_—_—. in nearly every factory, institu hs (Mtnahtn?d tea deni ott ' West PP xNpe to a ent , a
a circumcised without any visible | * tion, and higher education estab-| wit poles” wae hea the} Wesi Indies’ case as fully anc
trace of human intervention. Cl | | ARMS ONI y ONE SUR VIVOR lishment ‘ = oo" was how Conserva- | forcibly as possible to many
eee : The paper said doctors were t Members of the three or, inisa se T.P. Peters Smithers this] influential people as possible
CANVASS FOR seeking a scientific explanation | : tinns are spending their ir’ time ee described the position Undeterred and not altogether
for this phenomenon.—Reuter AID , I O S FROM EXPLODED SHIP Pi ig ey Komsolskaya , the British Caribbe an terri-} st rprised by the Government s
j Pravda adds, because they are} tories under cuts made last May] continued refusal of their original
HEAD OF U.N. MONTHS | . i aware of the Imperialist intrigues in respect to their imports from | request they have enlisted ue
2 00. 000 gi Das ind know the capitalist states are | Canada from the Conservative arty
NEW YORK June 21 Jud Garland’s : £1,5 ° Ana 71 Men Lost encircling the Soviet Union ; Smithers was expressing dissat- | Housewives’ League, and various
Canvassing for presidency of y : But, the paper complains, some] isfaction with the answer of} empire minded societies
the September session of the I e Sli h SAYS SENATOR | CAIRO. June 21 Comemanlat youths only remem ee Secestary Mr Griehithe anne roe Pe coy enched
yener: sse y is already - / ; 1Rin want ' i Ae a he . ser Dosarm, Dosayv anc osflot | te ne question as to when he cl rope — as a »
as eae United Nations njyury : 1g t WASHINGTON, June 2). ‘ Muiering Magazine! Magazine!” a Pakistani man— | on Red Army Day would be able to restore cuts tional backing of several Socialis!
ai aastions: Ee ticake Suttons oA Annoyed at blocking the seat- sole survivor of a crew of 72,—to-day gasped out the firs Every young Communist must] M.P's—that it would not be in-
lege S 4 wake & ess, Al- . ’ me td ‘ 5 . . - ‘ 1eti aa The ay c . > C ile . :ae 7 . a
though the session is still about SAYS M.G.M ing of Communist China in the} Key to Monday’s mystery explosion aboard the 7,139-to: | tke an ective part in these ry oe declared he could | cautious to suggest that the Gov
three months away, it appeared rant eth United Nations, Senator William| British arms ship Indian Enterprise organisations, It is evr duty to an ne” v re the doilar position] ernment have been more or les
ft seule : a" : ; —? ~ » every mh or tan » ster s re; q — srt ' x o allen ‘asinine
to-day that the contestants for HOLLYWOOD, June 21 Knowland, (Republican, Cali- a eae she eee The seaman, 38-year-old Nur ae a tae imorenee that peggy te . ‘ou a ee They peer r
President will eventually be only Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer _ studios fornia) today proposed a tem- Hoss Ain of Calcutta, was brought : i splnberaeh change could be effected ent Is yi SF gies the BLW.T.
two — Mr. Nasrullah Entezam of|to-day issued a statement saying] Porary cut of economic co-opera- to a shore hospital early this The West Indies’ special hard- deleg tes were told that the ad-
Iran and Sir Mohammed Zafrul-|they were “relieved to know that] tion administration and arms aid SPOR I Ss morning from the Norwegian ship ’ ship arose from her close connee-| dition il tonnag reque t could not
lah Khan, who led the Pakistanjearly reports of Judy Garland’s| funds this year to seven months: which rescued him, shivering and orces n tion with the dollar area,| be granted, it was not Mr, Gomes
delegation to the last Assembly|condition were exaggerated.” Such a move, he told the Sen- ; thirsty, from the Red Sea. He Smithers pointed out. but Wie. Wiebb himself who supe
session “Her injury is only slight and{ te, would enable Congress at W was thought to be suggesting that Me : gested that the dis yasions ‘a fa
—Reuter superficial’, the statement said.J its January session i) have BPAWRANE - 4hii'' sanech's: lat the blast originated in the explo- a aya —--- — contin aD. CLECUSELONS: BNOUN
The studio said yesterday “hat the additional facts to go as to Division and Knockout champions, Sives_storeroom a This in itself is an indication
Belgium Approves that His Majesty’s Government
oes not want West Indian dele-

gates to return to

Payments Union

their peoples i



















- - team and their many followers involved a loss of £1,500,000 i » Mini Rhein nit nice mpty-handed, 7
for failing to report for work. regime in the United Nations. expect them to se1 the tourist - UU, n War Minister John Strachey told CINE © seg And it is significant that West
In to-day’s statement MGM de- He announced that he would very hard task to hold them’ this to duintarcn it took the ship ithe House of Commons to-day The ican totenene ta Indian delegates hao not ot
IN ULK. clared “Miss Garland’s health and | offer such an amendment to the afternoon. 1 nee" i that substantial reinforcements , : a ; played, their trump card—to pub-
f mind h b f great | Appropriations Committee. Malvern F.C., on the other hand, ‘oss Ain, still shaking and con- f land hs dusnes ave: ernie day appreved the draft agree- , b » pub
LONDON, June 21 Srioaee i.e toe bonne ee Senator Knowland, who has Of sebditions meteed’ In ee Gane stantly asking for water, attribut- in ‘in Mala “" Orees are arriv-/ment on the setting up of a Buro-| Mi earet i Fr YY idacine!
’ . . , » ‘olts n io z . 1e% "ay fi iw »| ments eTUsS mi ‘ iong
British miners leaders tos@ay ~~ Reuter been an outspoken foe of recog- match and have now become ac ed probably his escape to being co Strachey oe a: Yee — Payments Union drawn uy ciaiiline usal of an additional
. > e unce © e osion ¥ : 8s oO 1 OF ,
pieettifed & claim for higher Wines . nising the Communist regime in climatised to the bo f th on deck when the explosi tore , coon as jus® re-iby top level expert f th p> | Oe
for 400,000 | id yorkers China, told reporters later that if ant “th the hard Kensington pitch the Indian Enterprise apart. turned from a visit to Malaya,| ganisation for European Economic This reply I understand, was
Fah gxetted “waked cons an i Ree Ils | the State Di Sartusht. Wek Uh: that affects the play considerably, When picked up by the Westfatg Warned that the Campaign against/Co-operation in Paris last week. | POWertully worded, and answered
wi ich a enw a c aaa an Argentina alis Ruse e eat _ was un- Phu aventherd eae choca’ te Larsen he tried to thank his res- the Communist guerillas was not]'This was officially announced fol- | °° by one the British Govern-
ee on ee i ae we ines sien orcas int yerialbs 3 8 an interesting one. cuers in broken English gape : military one lowing a Cabinet meeting ment arguments against in-
§ a as 10 sk zs * SIS g 80 press ) Set The Indian Enterprise e said that one of the main . crease
eee a gga . ey wee Dr. Tacheret aoe aa it was time that bound for Calcutta, Baa Tonaen ee ¢ — for nee series er, spenent will now Mr. Webb and his colleagues
uinim yeekly rates Dp to * congress did,so. 66 with 550 tons of explosives out by General Sir Harold Briggs,}| 69 before the OERC Council of fare understood to have been
| BSBHS or indeterguna workers | BUNS eG overs neoter, | “CDrndyr me: ee eens eee | Bibl tae erations wae ts | Minoura to mest iin he treaty inetd When ey Pee
and £5,625 for surface workers CGitcial Gaaeite tooling ennsuwed on the Egyptian coast and Wejd, J e™sure that when the army re- next few weeks in Paris it and our Correspondent believes
ane pee Peers Sagat in the recall of Dr. Oscar Tacheret i * i Saudi Arabia. *| stored law and order, adequate Thereafter, it will have to be|that it might have been at their
ens Bain te lee a Aevantica’s Ambassador. to- India, Close Shanghai ath For ; oe commander, Captain P, F. ee of police and civil admin- ppproved by the United States} request that it has not yet been
ents wage restré ry, arse na’s Ap aRsa oes , campbell, and five of his officers | ‘stra ion were available to pre-| Economie Co-operatior Admin-| Put. before the public
—Reuter. ere news disclosed a week Shi in Ports Th We 9 | Were British, Eight other officers} Ve" @ reversion to banditry istration in Washington :
' Dr. Tacheret was recently inr PP 8 e orl aia Dealer. and the crew In- Se. a To sec I ’
U Strength Of | xolved in a night club incident in HONGKONG, June 21. vain Rhine bhatt eae nee , tion in the nitium’s participa- NO STOP, NO BUSINESS
p * g New Delhi and Mr. John Ken- The Chinese Central People’s —NIELS BOHR ane: FRENCH WANT Payment U ili ci Buropean | LONDON
. . ineth Edwards, an Engljshman,}Government has closed the port Siitace’ ta en special pro-| ‘Tobacconists Mrs. E. M. Cart-
U.S. Air Force was acquitted of a charge of as-{of Shanghai to all shipping after 5...» COPENHAGEN, June 21. Ui S EN, 7 Wy initial plan: ascites ret ed to the) wright has asked the London
: saulting him.—Reuter. the mining on Monday of the Pan- | _ Professor Niels Bohr, leading rge uper D STATE ate Be i ra tec by OEFEC ex-| ‘Transport Executive to wot. Sadie
WASHINGTON, June 21. amanian ship Valve, according to}@tom scientist who last week ° With fig Pg dae the bus stop outside her shop
i A Committee representing both reports received in Hongkong to- | broke years of press silence, said Authorit For OF WAR hé ane a aa changes, Belgium |“When the stop went, the queues
} Houses of Congress ta-day agreed day. here today “humanity is facing . a eclared, the plan was “un-| went,” said Mrs. Cartwright. “And
| that the strength of the United APPOINT NEW The Communist Government] this choice—an open world or Ci l-St l Me acceptable” to her so did trade worth £300 a week
States Air Force should be in- . earlier closed the South China|the end of our civilisation” oa eel Merger WITH GERMANY —Keuter. !io me.” —(Can, Press
ion”. an, Press)
creased from 48 to 70 groups. The MINISTER port of Swatow after the mining} Professor Bohr, who escaped

compromise appeared to be a vic- last week of the British ship PARIS, June 21, PARIS, June 21

from his native Denmark during



























tory for members of the House of BUENOS AIRES, June 21. Snhui Anhui, the Nazi occupation to work with Hreace’s chiet economic plan- i ar ie teat aeeitenes
Representatives, who for several] Peron appointed Dr. Arman-]| Unconfirmed reports state that| British and American scientists, 2°" Jean Monnet, “father” of the! earned FeO an authoritative
years have been demanding speci-|do Mendez San Martin, Directoz|Chinese Nationalists have laid|on the atomic energy project,|5chuman plan, suggested today eve are today, will submit a
fic permanent authority for a 70|of National Social Services as|mines at all Central and South | declared today “there is only one| ‘at the supra-national authority eee hee asking for the end-
group Air Force. The actual size|Minister of Education. He re-|China ports in an effort to main-| path for the world to take if|C0â„¢trolling a European coal-steel Fae ise ve oe ot wee with |
of the Air Force will depend on|places Dr. Oscar Ivanisevich,|tain the blockade which was} civilisation shall survive,” merger should be responsible to| tee of the Bie Three in jana
the sum appropriated by Congress|whose resignation was accepted|weakened last month by _ their The progress of science and|4 European “Parliament”. In al on Jul 3. pest sah hia ai
in the future for aircraft, equip-]by the President last month. ae from their Chusan ) technology has brought about the|two hours speech at the six power] A erie on the subject
ment and manpower.—Reuter. —Reuter. siands. aa necessity. of unhampered ex-|¢conference here on the plan, M.|has been communicated to the
me ——_—_-—-- change, in every country and|Monnet presented an outline of| British and American Govern-
emshaes f taaadlasain S t across all boundaries, of full}/Ssome possible methods of putting}ments a Foreign Office spokes-
HUNGARIAN PRIESTS information about all aspects of!it into operation. The chief sug-|man said. }
é $3,000,000 For human life. gestion made by M Monnet was] This latest French initiative in
" 2 | “We must create an open world,|that the supra-national high|the international field was be- B 8 SA 71 , mie e
W sure < #2 with common knowledge about] authority should be collectivel , laid a ritish (iuiana & lrinidad
ANT AGREEMENT Civil Aviation Social conditions and technical|/ responsible to a common comer Meved in diplomatic circles (
i MONTREAL, June 21. enterprises, _including en representing all the participa-

we nd The International Civil Aviation preparations in every country ting countries, This assembly Its object is to find a means cf
Bet en Church A State Organisations Assembly has ap- —Reuter might consist of deputies from the}Jenabling individual German

Mutual

parliaments of the participating
countries The Assembly might
meet once a year to discuss a re-
port of the high authority’s acti-
vities and decisions

citizens to go abroad, plead in
foreign courts and do busines
foreign countries without
ing from the disabilities attached
to “enemy citizen.”



The Hungarian Catholic Bench. of Bishops, Supreme 1951. The budget calls for $2,600,-

: A bs 000 to be obtained by assessment
Catholic Authority in the country, has decided to ask the|from the organisations 58 mem-
Government Church-State

ber nations—$132,000 by appropri-



Chinese Gun

ih British Ship )

BUDAPEST, June 21, ;proved a budget of $3,000,000 for
to open regotiations
|

. ‘ * ‘ i
Avreement i he : ation from its working fund— M. Monnet said in this way the Increasingly, Germans are being \
ee oe annouriced here to-day $80,000 by appropriation from the HONG KONG, June 21 supra-national authority would] caljleq enon te tenvat and . ss
a zs ne $ j a 8 ene . ; .
{| An official communique re- OE ee rere moven Matiodalist airoratt” 162 be responsible to a supra-na-|part in international bodic: cl e

\leased by the Hungarian News

PT
DON Agency and confirmed by Catho-
; saat ed lie sources here said that the
PANIC / Bench of Bishops had held a meet-
e ing. Afterwards Archbishop Grosz

tional parliament and its function
would thus be essentially under
democratic control,—Reuter.










day bombed and machine-gunned
the stranded British ship Anhii
and the rescue ship Hanyang
lying off Swatow the owners of

The assembly also approved a
scale by which the organisations
1951 operational expenses would
be distributed among contracting

as O.E.E.C The Schuman Poo
Plan will make freedom of 1 ‘
ment for German cit
imperative than ever

ns more



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here
to be closely connected with the
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I FAERIE;

| ainges sna states. the ‘vessels, announced, Neither RN. ' According to the French v ew

> “TIC ; i< ou aoe = oo The assembly decided to hold its| suffered damage nor casualties. Jou ALISTS PROTEST the only way to bring about
A PRACTICE of the Hur- 4 th aerate "cae Sincttion und next full scale session three years| The owners said the Hanyang, LAKE SUCCESS, June 21. the desired state of affaiss t& t THE ONLY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANC!
ricane Relief Wireless Com- Reli ie ‘Affatrs Mr Jose h Dar- from now with small scale assem-| which had been standing by the! The Executive Committee of the |declare that the state of wor itl 7 am ae eee 2 ENS :
munications Branch will . . intowmn hith 4th Bi hops’ | blies to be held in the intermediate | Amhui, put out to sea to avoid| United Nations Correspondents|Germany hag come to an en COMPANY IN BARBADOS
take place on Sunday, the Mani on im of the Bishops | \cars,—Reuter. being hit. Association has approved a reso-"}| Another way, it was ex)! sine: oe 4 ‘ re
25th of June; 1950, between The, sommuni : The Anhui (3,500 tons) was] lution protesting against the de-Jat the French Forei; fice,

ha que said the 7 h se ns ; pti
10 am. and 1 pm. The Archbishop requested that the beached near Swatow after she| cision of the United Nations to]would be to make a pr reaty
frequencies that may be haat i | . ; bs struck a mine when entering the] extend only limited credentials to] with Germany, but as none of the Sa Me Se he Ld ate in y
used are 7.1, 5.4, and 2.14 Se iouhedad’ i nelibeiatinis ab R.C. Priest Goes port on June 16, }a London Daily Worker corres-|+hree western power h tel Do not take Chances! Let US curry yeu
megacycles the Government d that th Butterfield and Swire the own-| pondent, who was accused OM|make a separate treat vithout : ,

This notice is issued in || Minister. had spceainnd that he To Warsaw ers said they did not know now! Monday by the United States of | Russia ae ge present e this Risks for You.

case any owner of a privat would pass on the request to the many planes took part in to-day’s “abusing” his resident privileges. | .),:tjon appears excluded
wireless receiver picks up | Cabinet This is the first time the VATICAN CITY, June 21 attack.—Reuter. —Reuter —Reuter
messages which might other- Hungarian Catholic Church hier-

Well informed Vatican sources
disclosed to-day that Father Adal-
berto Turowski, Rector General of
the Society of the Catholic Apos-
tolate, recently left for Warsaw.

It was thought possible that the
priest's visit might indicate the
Vatican's readiness to explore the



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archy has officially made known
a desire to enter into negotiations
for an agreement with the Hun-
| garian State. Such an agreement
| bas been asked by the Government
now for several years, particularly
during the period before Cardinal

PROTECTION FOR WORKERS
In South Africa

Official Reception
For U.N. Council

LONDON



Ship Takes Fire

June 21



Invest Your Money. At the same time you Insure

LIVERPOOL, June 21 Mindszenty’s arrest and trial. possibility of resuming diplomatic CAPETOWN, June 21, ly dealt with.” Workers have been Mr. Kenneth Younger 3ritish ; ‘
Early today 100 firemen were —Reuter. | relations with Poland. Recent con- Justice Minister Charles Swart|told it is unlawful to stay away | Minister of State and Mrs, Young Your Property.
fighting a fire which broke out in} fidential reports to the Vatican| told the South African Senate to-|from their jobs and they are/er, were to-night receiving th

the holds of the





6,539-ton creel Acs from Poland are believed to|day that the police would give] liable to severe penalties guests at an official government
ship Fulaui late last night. Other have indicated that sh | full protection to people who went Referring to a pamphlet “issued | reception given for the information a8 pr ee
hips were moved from adjacent| STREET ‘“ORDERLIES”’ Government might inte Ne to work on Monday—called ag a| by a well-ktlowh Communist and{/of United Nations Economic an‘ Room 311 H. C. M. HUNTE
berths to safety. The Fulani which lishment of normal relations, as a} “national day of protest and|signed by other known Com-|Social Council by Senor Cruz of})) :
was listing dangerously because of | BEXLEY, Kent, England. mark of Vatican acceptance of the | mourning” strike for non-Euro-| munists” urging people to remain | Chile. { Plantations Buildin
the weight of water pumped into; “What's in a name?” A _ lot,| agreement signed two months ago | peans at home, Mr. Swart added: “we Senor Cruz is passing through | f
her from a dozen fire engines, had|think the road sweepers here. | between the Catholic bishops and Police in all major cities in the| can’t allow such things to take| London on his way to Geneva f ry Phone 4349 Branch Manager.
been loading a general cargo, in-; From now on their official name|the Government, first of its kind| Union issued statements saying] place that there should be in-|next month’s meeting of the Ex ii
cluding sulphur, for West Africa.) of “street scavengers” will be re-|to be signed in a Communist-'anyone trying to interfere with|timidation against people who|nomic and Social Council 5H)



—Reuter: j Placed by “street orderlies.” jruled European country—Reuter. willing workers would be “severe- want to go to work.”-—Reuter, — (Reuter.) =
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Caub (Calling

Old Lodge Boy

o <
RS. LIONEL ARMSTRONG
of Springhall, St. Lucy, left
by the “Golfito” yesterday to
visit their only son Arnold, who
is with the British Thompson
Houston Co., ome of the biggest
Flectrical firms in England. Stay
ing at Rugby, she will be away
for an indefinite holiday, Arnold
will be remembered as being an
Old Lodge Boy
Anthony Studying
Economics
RS J. A HAYNES of
“Parkes”, St. Joseph, who

“Golfito”
summer

will be
vacation with
Anthony, who is studying
7 nomics at Pembroke
==" Cambridge She expects
away for three months,
told Carib that her
tiy to England later



to join

left for England yesterday by the
spending
her

the
son

Eco

College
to
and she
husband may
then

be

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LT. COL.
captain of the Barbados Rifle

J. CONNELL, O.B.E.

team for Bisley is pictured
here at the Baggage Ware-
house on his way to the launch
which took him off to the -Gol-
fito, which left yesterday for
England.



‘IR CHARLES WOOLLEY,
K.C.M.G., Governor of British
Guiana, arrived in Barbados yes-
terday afternoon on the Golfito
and will be returning to British
Guiana this afternoon by B.W.LA.

Sir Charles accompanied to
Barbados Lady Woolley, who is
going on to England on holiday.
Due to the Golfito’s brief stay in
Barbados, Lady Woolley did not
come ashore,

While here he is staying ai Gov-
ernment House and will confer
with the Governor and Sir George
Seel, K.C.M.G., Comptroller for
Development and Welfare in the
West Indies.

Sir Charles and Lady Woolley
were met on board by Capt. W.
Lambert, the Governor’s Private
Secretary.

Orchid Circle To Meet

eae GROTTO”, the home of
Miss B. Chenery in River
Road, will be the scene of a special
meeting of the Barbados Orehid
Circle on Sunday, 25th June at 5
p.m., when Mr. R. F, Parkinson,
recently returned from Trini .
will take the opportunity of tell-

ing the circle something about the .

Annual Flower Show which he
tended while he was in Trinidad.

Away For Four Months

ON. F. C, HUTSON, M.L.C.,

partner of D. M. Simpson and
Co., and Mrs. Hutson left yester-
day by the Golfito em route to
England. They will be away for
four months and will also visit
Scotland.

During their stay in
they will be seeing Mr. \Hutson’s
son Michael, who ig studying
Engineering at Derby and daugh-
ter, Phillipa, who is a nurse at St.
Thomas’ Hospital in London.

Staying With Relations

] ISS H. G. CAMERON of

“Sunbury”, St. Philip, was
among the passengers leaving
yesterday for England by the
‘Golfito” While there, she also
plans to visit Scotland; she will
be staying with relations, and
expects to return to Barbados
towards the end of September.

England

England And Europe
ISS JOAN KYSH, Secretary
J of the Barbados Public‘ty
Committee, and her sister My
Margaret Kysh, Clerk in Charge

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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" oe i . 5, Here the tenant does not appear
Texeira, whose brother) *° to have uch ease, (6)
Clement lives in Barbados, en ee te aay 8 Free copies of the current hit parade tune, “My Foolish Hear7
arrived from Trinidad by the a Fel! b arraae thas
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Returning In November

R. and MRS. C. B

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. Disastrous,

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(6)

This means corn to some people.

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POSITIVELY NO INCREASE OF PRICES.

of the Abstract Department of | x
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and Wireless (W.1.) Ltd, left AJ. and Mrs. W. A. S. de RACITA FAULKNER hich}
Jesterday afternoon by the Gale who have been living me that her song recital which
“Golfito,” en route to England in Grenada for the past four was to have been held today at} e ARE Opening Friday 23rd 5 & 8.30
and Europe, on three months’ oe wre qemneetey ca ae be Comberners Seheet Gall has
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‘ spend one month’s holiday in when wiht be staged at the Brit- *"NERVES”’ A SIGN
Intransit os This i the Gest ar is eras s Headquarters,
3; Rp N rife of 1a rs, de yale has x akefield,” where tickets can be
is Pert ee ti Grenada since she arrived there obtained. YOU'RE GROWING
Trinidad and their daughter Anne, *VUP Yeets aso
were passengers intransit for Maj. de Gale, however, is Citations From este
England on the Golfito yesterday ‘requent visitor to Barbados Truman
afternoon. which he likes very much, and A
Mrs, Renison has gone to place but for family ties in Grenada, C 7” be ar age KAMP, ship-| Often as a woman ore
her daughter at Queen Anne's Mrs. de Gale told Carib, Maj, de ¥ ui G as e molasses tanker | middle life, her nerves get bad, and
School, Caversham, near Reading Gale would prefer living here 1 #0key” now in port is| | she accepts this as a sign of age.
and will be returning to Trinidad Maj. de Gale is the eldest of the on 5 first visit to Barbados | But why let yourself become edgy,
with Mr. Renison when he has had four de Gale brothers 4 During the wat he was the} Across run-down—or so nervous you cry : arene ;
his leave which takes place later in Captain of an American Troop] 1. Running bird like an ostrich. (9) without cause—at any time in life? : .
eal ome Sun Burnt! Ship, which provided transport | 6 Here you will find many cells in For nearly fifty years wise SAMUEL GOLDWYN presents
M TU : ei for over 46,000 soldiers without| y (aried stages of occupation. (6) women have been meeting- this
r . = ETURNING from Grenada y. Whete you have got to go } ‘l b
CN’BLE A. R W. ‘ROBERT- yésterday : t the loss of one man operating ir comb it out. (9) situation Mapp a. ae is DANA . SUSAN
Son, Financial Secretary Re SA neta ‘at ete -Y the European Mediterranean and | }2: Half of 26 Across, (3) plenty of rest, fre esh mn ees
t .". Se ; ie B \ after a nine-day trip the Pacific ee ‘ 13, Alternative return about the food and by takin, Chase's rr w
of Trinidad was among the which took them to St. Lucia, e Pacifie areas. Capt. Kamp broken tall. (6) Nerve Food to builc are For F OLI H H T
passengers arriving here yester- St Vincent and Grenada were W8S also in the Merchant Marine | 14. Susgeste a close green. 7) the eam Bis tron aad ether
day afternoon on the “Golfito” Mr. Jolly Hill and Mr. George Naval Service, and was presented |! teehee at Sh ea aes cence minerals in this time-tested with Robert Keith « Kent Smith + Lois Wheeler « Jessie Royce Landis - Gigi Perteap
intrangtt for England to spend a Gilkes, looking very sunburnt wana tee Gitations — by | 18. BES he coer ee neat rene tonic help build up your vitality " Screen Play by JULIUS J. EPSTBIN ana PHILIP G. EPSTEIN @
noliday. for their short holidays " scent sruman }49. One sees less of this driving and aid in toning up the entire 4 Directed by MARK ROBSON « Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, ing
foree since the introduction of system—so you can face the future
For A Couple of Weeks ge ee with confidence. | Plus
ISS ESTELLE DE CRUZE, | 23 and It used to be said that Give Dr, Chase’s Nerve Food a
whose father is the Secre- | this never happened in the chance to help banish nervous LEON ERROL in CACTUS CUT-UP
tary of Messrs. Y. de Lima in}26 What you may” expect a mendl fears and doubts. It helps you rest

MRS. GLORIA GODDARD, wife of John Goddard
West Indies team,
three of her daughters and her father,
the ps3. the Golfito y yesterday to join her husband in England. |





, captain of the

is pictured at the Baggage Warehouse with

shortly before she left by

BY THE WAY By BEACHCOMBER ,

HERE seems to be some mis-
take, as the actress said when
the stockbroker invited her to
drink champagne from his golfing
shoe. A telegram, addressed un-
doubtedly to me, says: Would you
be willing sign one year contract
play Bogota Millionarios team?
Of course I would be willing, if
the pay is good, and if I did not
have to play much In the first
place, it would be an excellent
advertisement for my books, But
as it is Mr. H. V. Morton who is
the footballer, I have wired back
to them telling them to get him,

masters keep whatever they can
pick up. He threw the original
number plates into a corner, where
a mathematics master found them
and kept them for future use. One
day the mathematics master saw
the magnificent car ‘outside an
inn near Narkover. He stole it,
and substituted his number plates
for the ones used by the history
master. The police at once ar-
rested him and restored the cat
to the rich parent. Dr. Smart-
Allick’'s comment was: “Never
switch number plates unlgss you
know where your lot came from,”

too,

Life Is Like That

Narkover News
PART from the Bats

T IS not at ever, public school
that the foll: wing incident
eould have taken place. A yery
rich parent came down to Nark-
over to visit his son. While he
was with him a history master
stole the magnificent car belong-
ing to the father changed the
number plates, and drove it to a
secret garage where Narkover

sleep upside down. I can
can Goldfish Swallowing
The members swallow

Myself: Possibly. A



Club,

all of whose members must

think

of nothing sillier than the Ameri-

Club.

live gold-
fish, for what that is worth
Prodnose; Do the goldfish live?
man
the Pacific threw an orange to a
whale. The whale swallowed it.

in

it.

Another man claimed the orange
and they had a row, The first
man pushed the second overboard
and the whale gulped him down.
The first man dived in to rescue
him, and he, too, was swallowed
The crew harpooned the whale,
and when they cut it open the two

men were sitting on its liver, still
arguing about the orange. Does
that help you at all?
Prodnose; No.
Myself; Oh.
Wimbledon

HE chief interest in the Wim-
bledon tennis being the
clothes of the lady players, it
might be a good idea to allaw only
mannequins and film actresses to
enter. It would make the for-
tune of Wimbledon and anyone
who was churlish enough to com-
plain of the standard of play
would be torn to piecey by those
who had queued ail night to see
Miss —— in her mackerel - skin
shin-guards.

~-. at Whitfields ony

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THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1950



Sacrifices
‘Must Be-
Shared Fairly

Says Sub-committee

Soerey , ZR, THERE'S
NWOT A GINGLE TICKET



PARIS, June 21,
The sub-committee appointed
by the non-Cémmunist Miner:
International Executive to. draft
a report on the effects of the
French coal and steel pool pro-

posal said after meeting here to-
day “this initiative can succeed
enly if it has the effective par-
ticipation of the Trade Unions
concerned nationally and inter-
nationally.” -

The sub-committee also re-
affirmed the resolution passed by
the Miners’ Convention at Am-
sterdam in 1949 giving the 40-
hour working week as a basis for
an international agreement, and
it requests that all necessary
measures be taken to bring it
into operation.”

The sub-committee’s com-
munigue gave two requisites for
the approval of the pool plan by
the miners:

1. Saerifices resulting from
the transitory period must
be shared fairly.

So must re-equipment and
investment funds.
—Reuter.

French
Generals
‘*‘Retired’’

PARIS, June 21.

The two officers whe gave their
name of the “Affair of the Gen-
erals’—allegations of leakage of
defence documents and traffic oi
influence now being investigated
by a French Parliamentary Com-
mission — were to-day placed on
the retired list by a decision of
the French Council of Ministers.

General Georges Marie Revers,
59-year-old five star general who
negotiated the military clauses of
the Atlantic Pact for France, was
Chief of Staff of the Army until
last December. General Charles
Mast, 61-year-old former French
resident General in Tunisia, was
head of the National Defence Col-

te

Bao Dai Goes
To Nice
PARIS ,June 21.

Bao Dai, head of the Vietnam
State, arrived at Nice Airport to-



| - THE GAMBOLS

day from Indo-China. He was| lege.
greeted by his wife, the Empress] Both were removed from their
Nam Phong, his three children] Posts after missing witness’

Roger Peyre asserted that he gave
them money to further General
Mast’s candidature for $he post 0!
French High Commissioner in
Indo-China. Both have denied re-
ceiving any money from Peyre

—(Reuter.)

and M. Paul Hag, prefect of the
Alpes maritime department
(Southern France).

Bao Dai was accompanied by
Vietnamese Prime Minister Tran
Van Huu, governor of South Viet-
nam, Nguyen Trung Vinh, and



Secretary of State Tuan Van

Tuyen.

Bao Dai left by car for the U S Sh uld
Chateau de Thorenc, the Ex- ee oO

emperor’s residence at Cannes.
He expects to stay in France a
month and a half.

Not Stop To

“Ransom”
Declares “Daily News"

NEW YORK, June 21.

The New York “Daily News”
to-day criticised the United States
Government for reportedly deal-
ing with the Hungarian Govern-
ment on a “ransom” basis for the
release of Robert Vogeler.

The “Daily News” said it ap-
peared to be a fact that negotia-
tions were going forward on an
“international blackmail” basis
for the release of Vogeler.
“Most Americans doubtless have

—Reuter.



































every sympathy for Vogeler anc
his family,” the newspaper said
“But can the United States Gov-
ernment afford to let itself be
blackmailed into paying a mediae-
val-style ransom to a gang of
Communist robbers for the release
of one of its citizens whom these
scoundrels have kidnapped?

“If one such deal is negotiated,
Red Governments all over the

ae Curtain” area will turn to
es Americans wherever

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The fins, to be tested on the
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France’s
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“definitely overcome’. cee _— vane ove y ,
Wholesale and retail prices had Powe) 1 See SenEPEEs fn
been virtually stabilised since the | °° - ae
beginning of the year, he told the | We?" WAGSACT (0 SUVEREE
Finance Commission. retard 1 ep ae
Bank of France advances to the | the tin
State were practically unchanged | by Internation
since January, and note circula- | e International Di
tion was lower by 25,000 million | the place
frances than for the corresponding | ©a¢ cale lay t
period last year ‘ y ay be at m
Industrial and agricultural pro-j night uk te | and follo
duction had increased. France’s| ing the « e begins c
dollar deficit was covered by| tinuous! her westward
Marshall Aid and her balance of| A to cross the di
trade with other zones showed a} line ard sets the date -fc
credit for last year. | war y one day, as from Sun-
Improvement in the balance of | day Monday, and process
payments had resulted in a “very reve the posite direc
important” increase in the assets} yn
of the exchange stabilisation fund
and the Bank of France. Simple
At the same time, there were| jy f -ett
i ‘ : bu affair is a pretty
signs of a slowing down of indus- | tera:
trial and commercial activity—| °°. ‘ kt eae
i aus , “i : ~ a}, | Gate line iin Walte:
partially caused by strikes early heck oe
in the year. ~ | Hurd Bud Shaa
He said 9,000,000 working days) P&°84 they ‘have solved the
were lost through strikes between | “lemma by deciding to live by
January and April. sreenwich Mean Time
—Reuter. At least eby this system they
inp are abl keep track of time
without too much regard for the
Date Ling
Court | sut, nevertheles they adn
Co é hat the iob means the loss of
Convicts ee



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NELSON, British Columbia, with it.’ a
June 2! Both airm sned to fi
Michael Verigin (known as} Philippi: Aix huge DC—(
“The Archangel”) and his aici sleeper planes which they boa
Joe Podovinikoff have been found| at Wake Island once every weel
guilty by an Assize Court, here! en route to the U.S. Their Cali
of encouraging members of the) fornia bound flights depar!
“Sons of Freedom” colony to burn] Manila on Saturdays but. ero
down houses, commit adultery, the te line in a few. hour
and run around naked char Mondas
The defence said there had rn flicnt, timedto de-
been wife sharing commission Hot \ on. ‘Thursdays
and no schooling for children be- a ' othetieal ais
fore Verigin arrived in 1944 as : to Wed
leader of the colony—a group o ; ” ee
the Doukhobor sect group. . Dix
But Mr. Justice James M.' ,. , es
Coady said in his charge to the a , 4 aa :
jury! “If you cdme to the conclu-| 4). a a
sion that these two men agreed} -) ; ; ag ere
to promote the continuance of} j;., ee ee
these practices, there was con- " - rs a nik
spiracy”. al en iza s 7 luce _ ?
In defiant resistance io Can-| ’ rh cael th =
adian authorities, members of the] . ee ms = a '
Doukhobor colony at Krestova,} ’* : , iN a
near Nelson, burned down thei ee
own houses in wave of siiienninarily sie
destruction in April, and held . s
- rades Yr dd “
— nude parades round the Builders Want
—Reuter. je
Industry
° .
Jap Police Stop Nationalised
o,? * LONDON, June 21,
**Peace Petition’’ The annual conference of the
. National Federation of Buiidins
To U.S. Leaders cen ‘ Operatives held at Ayr
TOKYO, June 21. Scotland, to-day voted unanim-
Tokyo police today removed] U*!Y for a scheme to nationaltse
bills posted in various parts of| 'â„¢ 5 oe
the city asking the three United try da ne of principle
States leaders now here to sign} in. vchocl detail. of the scheme
a collective appeal for world] i) ow be del : ichia
peace. ’ sal had: 44 Sin ns tion, |
They also sought to arrest thos« i aid, \ MOeuneen at i |
responsible, the left-wing Aljaren} eo, arly 3,000 steel workers |{
Students Federation. were to-night on strike in protest|
Posting of the bills was} api t the suspension of a crane
regarded as preparatory for iri who took a holic ith
“peace petition rally” planned ut rmission last wee
to be held here to-morrow, but Several departments the}
banned by the Allied Education| huge Vickers works of the Ei
Ministry. lish steel corporation wer
—Reuter ed._Reuter

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In Panama

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Panama’s National Secret Police
ave been authorized to scrutinize
‘anama government employees
uspected of Communist activities
or sympathies, as the first step in
purging Reds and pro-Reds from
Panama government payrolls

In a decree signed by President
Arnulfo Arias and Acting Minis-
ter of Government and Justice



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Panama's “F.B.I,”—was

ernment and Justice, who will
make the decision on dismissal.

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it will

decision is for dismissal,
communicated to the
employee concerned, who will be
allowed five days within which to
file an appeal with the Minister of
Government and Justice

In those cases wherein the dis-
missal decision stands despite the
appeal, such employees may then
appeal directly to the President
The decree makes no provision for
1 judicial hearing on the matter,

Major Step

The decree was the third major
stip in Panama's current cam-
paign against Communistic activ-
ity within her borders. First was
a Presidential decree on April 29
declaring all Communist “activity,
propaganda or agitation’ con-
trary to the constitutional demo-
eratic regime of the Republic.

On May 26 a second decree
barred from government employ-
ment all persons “who have en-
gaged in Communist propaganda,
activity or agitation.” The latest

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General Increase
In B.G. Postal
Business

spade Advocate

Corresponde



V a } ner increas?
ct business over 1948, particularly
in mail and parcel traffic, ar
postal money orders sold, report

the Postmaster General of British
Guiana in his 1949 report recently

submitted to Government

Total air mail traffic handled]
was 1,652,424 packets, 198,439
more than in 1948, Figures for|
surface mail bags were 7,008 in

1949 as compared with 6,291 in|}

1948, Revenue from radio receiv- |
ing sets exceeded $10,000, the}
number

of licences issued being!
|

}

6,924.
During 1949 the Colony's postal
and telegraphic requirements wer

served by a total of 125 Post
Offices, Travelling Post Offices,
Postal Agencies and Travelling

Postal Agencies.
Extremely Difficult

The staffs of the headquarters |
—the G.P.O. at Georgetown,
have worked since the Great Fire
of 1945 “under extremely difficuit
conditions.” The G.P.O is
carried on in 6 different buildings]
in various parts‘of the City. The
new building, the foundation
stone of which was laid on
February 27, 1950, should be com-
pleted in 1952

New Postal Agencies were open
during 1949 at Burisanawa and
Orinduik, on the Brazil border, at



Manaka and Karia-Karia (Esse-
quibo River) at Mount Everard
in the North West District near
the Venezuelan frontier, and al
Atkinson Field, up the Demerara
River

These place names and dtstance:
convey some idea of the immensity
of the problem of providing postal
ind telegraphic communication
for a population of 400,000 scatter-
ed over an area of approximately
89,000 square miles and which has
outside the Capital City, George-
town, few really first class roads
Inland mail services operate satis-
factorily, the principal carriers
being the Government-owned
railways and steamers and the
planes of B.G. Airways Ltd



£ Devaluation
Affects Prices

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON,
The Central Bureau of Statistics,
Jamaica, has issued a report on the

decree set up the machinery for] effect of the devaluation of Ster-

enforcement of this ban

Meanwhile Panama's Commun-
ist Party, the Partido del Pueblo
(People’s Party) is challenging the
anti-Red moves on two legal
fronts . The party’s attorney has
charged unconstitutionality of the
original government decree upon
which the subsequent action has
been based, and has asked the
country's five-man Supreme Court
to rule against it

An Opinion
Panama's Acting Attorney Gen-
eral has rendered an opinion to
the effect that the decree was not
constitutional Unofilicial opinion
predicts that the Supreme Court
will rule against the Communists.
Simultaneously the Partido lel
Pueblo is pressing to defeat a




police magistrate’s order that shut
down their headquarters and
confiscated the party’s records. A
successful appeal ¢o a Circuit
Court judge, who ruled the closure
md docurnent seizure illegal, re-
rently was nullified by a Superior
Court judge's ision upholding
he original mn. The Com-

munists are expected to press this
matter also to the Supreme Court,
—INS



World's Largest
Copper Mine At
Standstill

° NEW YORK, June 21
The Chilean Minister for
Labour, Senor Ramon Plaza, was



teday tlying to Chuquicamata,
site of the world's largest jcopper
inine, in an attempt to settle the
iwo-week-old strike, the New
York Times reported

the strike has not only halted
copper production, but stopped

ork on the $130 million conver
ion project for the extraction’ of
ore

The Chilean Government has
prepared a decree that could
ricr the miners back to work,

is attempting to settle the

trike without invcking it

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have resulted in price fluctuations
which are reflected in the cost of
certain principal commodities on
both the import and export mar-
kets.

Import costs of codfisn, Jury ber,
motor spirits and coal have in-
creased, while there has been @
drop in prices of artificiel silk
goods, footwear, cotton goods and
flour. Increased prices have been
reflected in some export items in-
cluding coffee, ginger, pinzento and
sugar, but bananas, cocoa, rum and
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Police Move Against
Counterfeiters

THE HAGUE, June 20.

The International Criminal Po-
lice Conference here, today decid-
ed to start making crime movies
for police instruction only. The
first film will show how counter-
feit money is made and different
methods of combatting ftezery
fhe Conference was also under-
stood to have agreed on regulations
for international police radio com-

munications which will speed up
the tracing of criminals and cut
down costs

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1950

June





HELP FROM
CANADA

THE United Kingdom Government
Memorandum to the British West Indies
and British Guiana Sugar delegation is a
sweetly reasonable document. But it can
hardly be said to convince any West Indian
that the United Kingdom would be “over-
taxing her strength as a trading nation”
by adding 85,000 tons of sugar on to the
640,000 tons she has already agreed to pur-
chase from the West Indies at a guaranteed
price.

Today in the West Indies the people are
now feeling the hard effects of ‘devaluation
of the pound and the full blast of controls
which have resulted from the guillotining
of dollar expenditure by the Caribbean
Colonies.

How greatly the West Indies have been
compelled to buy from sterling markets js
not fully appreciated. Taking $110 million
as an average total of Canadian-West In-
dian trade, in two years the British West
Indies transformed an adverse balance of
trade with Canada of $48 million in 1947
to a favourable balance of $19 million in
1949,

It is inevitable that the West Indies must
suffer as a result of such drastic pruning
by Whitehall.

The West Indies appreciate the appeal to
tighten their belts for the sake of keeping
the Sterling Area afloat but they consider
that they are not getting the best of the-
bargain. They are not only faced with the
appalling rise in the cost of living due to
devaluation and restriction to soft currency
markets but they are faced with the loss
of the Canadian Steamship Service which
is (in spite of the high rates resulting from
devaluation) one of the only satisfactory
methods of communications between the
scattered West Indian islands.

This service will certainly cease if
Canadian cargoes to the West Indies are
not allowed to increase because of dollar
restrictions.

In all questions of spending dollars there
is no doubt that the West Indies are un-
likely to sway the British Government in
the same way as would the vested interests
of the British merchant or consumer on the
spot. The West Indies are treated as colo-
nies when it comes to bargaining over trade
matters. Their interests must be repre-
sented directly. Otherwise inequalities of
treatment will continue.

One of these inequalities was recently
quoted by Mr. A. S. Bryden when he men-
tioned that the United Kingdom had spent
no less than $1,500,000 in purchasing Cana-
dian apples for the English market in 1949.
In Barbados apples are dictatorially de-
creed to be “non essential.”

Potatoes (now in short supply in Barba-
dos) and onions could be obtained from
Canada at very much lower prices than we
are forced to pay in other parts of the
world. Oats are totally prohibited from
Canada.

Nor cari it be argued that Great Britain
is bridging the dollar gap by these restric-
tions. Although Canada has facilitated
importation from the Sterling Area by im-
posing restrictions and quota systems
against hard currency countries, yet
figures from the first quarter of 1950 show
balances in favour of Canada with the
United Kingdom of $62.7 million and with
the British West Indies of $3.8 million.

The British West Indies owe a great deal
to Canada in the past, during the recent
war, and today. The West Indies are suf-
fering as a result of the enforced elimina-
tion of Canadian-West Indian trade. They
have been disappointed in the United King-
dom’s polite answer to the sugar delegates.
An effort must be made at once to find a
way of greater help from Canada than the
United Kingdom seems prepared to give.

OUR READERS SAY:




















Appendix To B.W.1I. Memorandum
Dated 26th May.

Extract from U.K. official
| document headed Common-
| wealth Sugar Negotiations.
Note on the United Kingdom
Position dated 30.12.49 —

issued to Colonial and
Dominion Representatives
on 3.150.

“It is anticipated that Australia
will almost certainly have an ex-
portable surplus in 1952 of
600,000 tons based upon present
commitments as regards the size
of the industry.”

‘See Austraiiar editorial quoted at 2
below; in particular portions tn italics.)

2. Extract from Australia’s

“The Producers’ Review” of
15.1.50, the official journal
of the Queensland Cane
Growers’ Council. (Gen-
eral Secretary: R. Muir —
one of the Australian dele-
gation to the U.K. taiks).
Leading Article — REWARD FOR
EFFICIENCY

“One view which may be taken
of the successful negotiation of the
Sugar Industry Agreement in
London, by the Premier and the
delegation accompanying him, is
that it is a just reward for the
efficiency of the Australian Sugar
Industry.

“That efficiency is admitted even
by those who have, for their own
reasons, opposed the industry in
the past. Indeed, the growth and
survival of the industry has al-
ways been related to its efficiency
and its ability to overcome the
seemingly difficult

“The immediate implication of

the recent eight-year London
agreement is that it ensures a
market in the United Kingdom

and Canadian preferential mar-
kets, for 600,000 tons of Australian
sugar annually.

“The new figure means an in-
crease of 200,000 tons of sugar on
the basis quota of 400,000 tons
allowed under the pre-war Inter-
national Sugar Agreement. This
is an increase of 50 per cent.

“With the 500,000 tons required
for Australian needs, the increased
quota means for sugar growers a
reasonably assured market, at
home and abroad of 1,100,000 tons
of sugar each year.

“Obviously the production of
this increase calls again for a high
degree of efficiency, firstly fot the
formulation of plans for the at-
tainment of the production target,
and secondly for meeting the tech-
nical and _ practical difficulties
which are inevitably associated
with the increase in production.

“The immediate problems are
manifest, but the co-operation of
the Governments, the millers and
the growers in a combined effi-

concerned the Queensland
Growers’ Council, and now
opportunity to ameliorate his posi-
tion and conditions presents itself.

“In short, we suggest an imme-
diate, and a longer-range plan, to
raise production so that the
Agreement concluded by the Pre-
mier and the delegation in Lon-
don can be achieved within the
shortest possible period of time.

“There are many further ways
in which increased efficiency can
contribute to the realisation of the
Agreement.

“The breeding of new varieties
has already done much to increase
production, but no one will say
that the zenith has teen reached
in the art of plant breeding. The
breeding of early maturing vari-
eties will undoubtedly play an im-

portant part in the total plan.

“We understand that the Bureau
has an extended plant breeding
programme in contemplation. No-
ining should be allowed to hinder
its early implementation,

“The scientist and technologist
has his Cefinite part to play in the

consummation of the plans both in

the field and in the mill.

“American industry affords a
shining example of the attainment
of efficiency through research. We,
as a people, have come to regard
money spent on research as some-
thing of a luxury. In America the
expenses entailed in a research
programme is regarded as an
ordinary and legitimate business
exper se.

“We feel sure that money spent
in research heightens efficiency
and eventually reflects in the
profit position.

When we look in retrospect on
the history of the industry, we
think of the pioneers who founded
it. They did not have fixed guar-
antees of anything. They had a
reasonable faith. The future of
the industry calls for less faith
now than was demanded of the
pioneer. The goal can be won by
the application of will and effi--
ciency. They are two qualities
which have taken us so far along
the road already.”

3. Further extract from Aus-
tralia’s “The Producers’
Review” of 15.1.50.

Agricultural “Chit-Chat”
by “Agromonist”

“With the announcement of the
very considerable increase in the
sugar export quota to the United

ingdom it is obvious that the
sugar industry in Australia will
have to get busy with the clearing
and grubbing of more land, and
interest will naturally quicken in
mechanical methods of land clear-

Cane
the tralian Sugar Industry

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





THE programme of the Institute of Social and
|Economic Research at the University College of
‘the West Indies is being expanded. The Director
ef the Institute, Dr. H. D. Huggins, emphasises that
the Institute was to act as a forerunner for work
in teaching in subjects relating to the social and
jeconomic life of the Caribbean. The relationships
enable the Aus- | of people in the community in Jamaica were rather

wil, I to face the ‘different from those in either say, Derbyshire or

am sure,



future with every coniidence. South Carolina. If our teaching was ar me
| i “ari yas i rtant that socia
A ts in the Caribbean, it was impo z
“In brief, the task of the Aus- ;/ 00'S — :
tralian Delegation was to ensure |and economic information should be relevant, that
that Australia (which had been

material should be forthcoming for providing texts

the principal Empire exporter to] nq similar matter for reference purposes.
the U.K. market in the years pre- , ae
ceding 1939) would not be preju-| {was necessary that the Institute’s activities
— Hehe —s by the adoption | should not be limited to Jamaica but should ex-
of the principals announced by th» i i i
Colonint Offre > ves Se jtend to the rest of the Caribbean. To eae —
The terms of that statement (and Arnold Plant, one of the people who ha play
other information gleaned in | en important part in the planning of the Institute,
London) indicated that there was |had, with the Director, visited the different units
real danger that in the a of cf the Caribbean. The object was, on the or
strong representations from Aus-; ‘ ‘
irallar the positigh of the latter |"and, to explain the purpose = the ome na
would be prejudiced in favour of |©? the other, to try to secure the symp
the more vociferous Colonies jterest of those engaged in the practical problems
“Te ingen for an ,of administration and planning. Their first visit
tralian leader hai + ee “sy | was to the Leeward Islands. Plans were yt
Premier of a State and that in/|for the forthcoming arrival of Miss Nora Sifflee’
adaition he had been specially cf the staff of the Research Institute. She was an
appointed by the Prime Minister, ! economist and was planning to undertake the pre-
and thus was directly represent-| ,aration of estimates of national income for the
ne ee cote Govern- || peward Islands, Windward Islands and perhaps
Te, oles” dhdenice had a \Barbados, A famous economist had recently said
‘that an estimate of the national income was the

leader of equal status » ;
necessary beginning of a serious economic study



is

Procedure of any country. In just the same way as it was

; LK i d useful tO have accounts for a business, so
“The U.K. did not convene a! foun ’ e 5
conference of all dele gations to-| national income estimates tried to show the over

all economic position of a whole community.
Discussions had been Held fin the Windward

Islands, Barbados, Trinidad and British Guiana.

In Trinidad, another of the Institute’s staff, Mr.

Lloyd Braithwaite, a sociologist was starting -
n

gether; instead, the U.K. delega-
tion had a series of separate meet-
ings which each of three groups,
viz: the Australian Delegation, the
South African Delegation, and the
) z Jegation (as one grow
Colonial Delegatior s one ae study relating to community structure.

representing British West : ,
Mauritius and Fiji British Guiana there was much interest aS
“The pr iur pted was possibility of a study of the circumstances affect-

> rocedure iopte was

ing the attitude of labour to wages. Some, for

stralie iel- - m
Hees # example, suggested that if the cane worker was

is been that

satisfactory to the A
egation; one result |







an arrangement with Australia| accustomed to a certain wage and the rate wae
was finalised on the evening Of] increased, the immediate effect was to get less
>

ith December, whereas the U.K) Vor done. The importance of the whole labour
at the time of writing this report

i i nised and Mr. George Cumper
had not reached situation was recog :
South Aihton ost the Colonies was already engaged in a study on labour a
“In view of the attitude of s in Jamaica. It was hoped that results

lity with



British West Indies, general con-| would justify the study being extended to other

ferences could only have resulted] nits in the Caribbean. ’

io eee poo ee ae One of the questions being asked on many sides
rp pted conienteh to-day was whether relatively poor communities
e] like the Caribbean could afford to put money into

Australian Delegation to ne- :
South Was it justifiable to be carrying out



ious debates.
the procedure
the
gotiate (in advance of

research,
Africa or the Colonies)

an agree-

: wns studies of such a nature when there were so rn
“gra gpa oh gh papacy 4 schoolrooms here and hospitals there which nee E
Serarane aici’ eee ee ee ed attention? The answer seemed to be that any

“As mentioned earlier, agree-, business or community which desired to advance
ment with the U.K. on matters! must be prepared to strain to increase the educa-
other than the price for 1950 was|tion of its people. Lack of education was one
reached on the evening of 7th] o¢ the bottlenecks in development. Japan had
Decemnen” « found, as had other countries, that one of the ma-
5S. Extracts from “The Austral-)jor brakes on the rate of expansion of industry

ian Sugar Journal’ of 15th}and on social advancement was the lack of educa-
December, 1949, issued by the | tion and the lack of know-how. The cost of edu-
Australian Sugar Producers’ | cation and the research which went with it was




ciency effort, make none of them ing.”
insuperable. 4. Extracts

“With regard to planning, it
would seem to be a preliminary
step that each mill area should
be completely surveyed to find
what contribution to the increased
production could reasonably be
made from existing holdings, and
from other suitable lands avail-
able for assignment in existing
mill areas. try, was o

“The acceleration of the honour-
ing of the recent Agreement seems reached
to be a basic essential, and it also

after

areas, where production can be Ministers.
stepped up with the employment
of a little new plant and equip-
ment, which is stil! in short supply,
as possible.
“Furthermore, it
initial

negotiations.

places the of the

increase in production

efficient grower who is aware of available for

of land.

Industry.
“Parallel with tnis plan for ac-

celerated vroduction the miller

volve some re-orientation of mill-

does not belong to the miller

alone, and he must look to the “Before

over-all industry result

than at his own ideas of mill con-

trol. Pearse,
“May

consistent with efficiency. tions with the

Authorities.
“Once we have obtained a clear

picture of the available accelerat-
ed production, and of the millers’
capacity to handle it in an econo-

mills to bridge the gap between their task

home and exports markets,

“The plan we have envisaged the Australian
looks after the problem of improv-
ing the position of the ‘small

“The
grower, which problem has long

very



from Australia’s
“The Producers’ Review" of
15th December, 1949.

i
BRITISH COMMONWEALTH
SUGAR CONFERENCE,
AUSTRALIA'S EXPORT QUOTA

“The delegation, representative
of the Commonwealth and Queens-
land Governments and the indus-
well-balanced team,
and the agreement had only been
lengthy
ences with the U.K. Delegation.
seems that accelerated production The Premier also had a number
can first be obtained in existing of valuable talks with the British
The status of the Pret
mier as leader of the Delegation
was of great advantage in

“At the time of the preparations
report the final
in agreed upon in the case of South
the hands of the experienced and African and the Colonies were not
publication.
the capacities and limitations of members are concerned

crop production from a given area with the extent of the market
available to the Australian Sugar

“The relative position of Aus-
must plan to increase his crushing tralia in connection with export
rate without undue interference Quotas will be protected if Soutn
with his efficiency. This may in- Africa or the Colonies receive an
unexpected increase in the quotas
ing policy, but the sugar industry anticipated when the Agreement
with Australia was drafted.

leaving
rather Hanlon sent the following letter
to Mr, Ron Muir and Mr, E. T. S.

I take this opportunity
“The millers’ plan must be one of thanking you for the co-opera-
to implement total efficiency, Un- tion and assistance which you have
due prolongation of the crushing given to me as Leader of the Aus-
periods leads to a wasteful indus- tralian Sugar Delegation during
try economy, and one which is not the course of the recent negotia-

United Kingdom

“The successful outcome of the
negotiations is, I think, indicative
} j of the fact that the official mem-
mic period, we can then turn to bers of the delegation, the advisers
the question of planning for new and the observers all approached
with
production and future ‘available purpose, namely, a desire to en-
sure that at all cost the stability of
Sugar
must be preserved.

dustry has substantial grounds
satisfactory agree- for satisfaction with the terms of
the agreement... ..”

ment which has now been reached

Association Limited. (Gen-
eral Secretary: E. T. 5. Pearce
—one of the Australian Dele-
gation to the U.K. talks).
Leading Article—
EMPIRE SUGAR TALKS
AUSTRALIAN AGREEMENT
“It was learned that talks were
duly opened on November 21, but
no information was made avail-
able regarding the progress of the
negotiations until December 8
when the Australian Prime Min-
ister, Mr. J. B. Chifley, announced
that the ‘Australian delegation
under the leadership of the
Queensland Premier, Mr, E, M.
Hanlon, had reached an agreement
with the United Kingdom and
briefly enumerated the terms.

“By way of comment—it is
noted that the United Kingdom
did not vonvene a conference of
all the delegations together, In-
stead the United Kingdom dele-
gation held a series of separate
meetings with each of the three
groups, viz:, the Australian dele-
gation, the South African delega-
tion and the Colonial delegations
as One group comprising repre-
sentatives of the British West In-
dies, Mauritius and’Fiji. The ar-
rangement doubtless was well
considered prior to adopting that
procedure and appears to have
operated satisfactorily at any rate
so far as the Australian delega-
tion was concerned. This delega-
tion was able to reach an agree-
ment with the United Kingdom
before the other delegations com-
pleted their negotiations.

confer-

the
quotas

Our
mainly

London Mr.

“With tbe present level of home
consumption at about 500,000 tons
the Industry now has total market
possibilities for 1,100,000 tons an-
nually and this will provide op-
portunity for the normal. expan-
sion which may be foreseen, due
to the greater productivity of new
varieties, etc. Whether the In-
dustry will reach) that figure by
1993, remains to be seen, but it is
up to the Industry to consider
how the possibilities now present-
ed can be most . advantageously
utilised

a singleness of

Industry “However, we feel that the In-



Commercials






the price that we, im the Caribbean, must pay for
admission into the inner circle where there was
competition for higher standards of life. It might
not be out of place to conclude by mentioning that
the General Electric Company spent, out. of its
gross income of $56 million, something like $15
million or 25% on research.

Colonies Report

British colonial governments are going ‘ahead
with 350 large new development schemes costing
a total of $1,120,000,000.

These new development plans and the progress
being made in the colonies are disclosed in the
Colonial Territories annual report Tor 1949—50
issued in London.

The report said that the Colonial Development
Corporation, which is responsible for many of the
plans, can borrow up to $303,000,000 to help pay
tor commercial schemes.

These include poultry farming in Gambia, timber
extraction in British Guiana, cement manufacture
in Northern Rhodesia, Jamaica and Uganda, the
building of meat-canning plants in Tanganyika,
cotton-spinning and weaving mills in Hong Kong
and sealing in the South Atlantic.

On progress in the colonies, the report said that
the sugar crop in Mauritius and Jamaica reached
anew peak in 1949, while the rice crop in Malaya,
despite bandit activities, is expected to create a
new record this year.

There were increases in exports of colonial gold,
manganese copper, bauxite, tin, diamonds and oil
last year.

By the end of 1949, the report said, practically
every colony had more schools and more children
attending them than in 1948. Each year since
World War IU more and more colonial students have
been taking courses in Britain.

Singapore claimed to be the healthiest seaport
in the East. Its death rate was as low es that of
Britain.

Cyprus, where the malaria-carrying mosquito has
been eliminated by modern methods, also claimed
a record low death rate.

Mauritius claimed it had almost ended malaria.
Nigeria is embarking on a Scheme for clearing
9,500 square miles of the deadly tsetse fly.

Figures like these, said British Colonial Scere-
tary James Griffith in the report, compare favour-
ably with those of certain countries which criticise
British Colonies at the United Nations Organisation.

The report looks ahead and says: “If suecess in
achieving self-government can be gained the re-
wards are immense. For the colonial people there
will be life richer and fuller in every respect, for
Britain a strengthened Commonwealth and ex-
panding opportunities for trade; and for the world
an augmentation of resources.”’—LN.S,



To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—The attached is from an
old copy of the “Readers Digest.”

It would seem that although
‘these Radio advertisements are an
infernal nuisance, they still serve
some useful purpose.

“It was Sunday afternoon, and
my wife’s bachelor uncle, who
operates a poultry farm, was lis-
tening raptly to a radio pro-
gramme. I remarked that it was a
shame that so many good pro-
grammes were interrupted by
commercials.

“Uncle John pointed the stem
of his pipe at me and said, “It may
look like that to you, but those
commercials are very necessary
to me. When I get to listening to
a programme and ought to stop to
look after some hens I'd find it
very hard to leave if someone
diln’t start hollerin’ about how
wonderful some soap is. But when
that begins I just snap off the
radio when he’s in the middle of
a sentence and go about my
business real happy.”

WM. C. FENTY,
“‘Chesgate,”

Land’s End,
gune 19, 1950,

x

Music
To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Please allow me to ex-
press my opinion of the pro-
grammes relayed to the subscrib-
ers of Radio Distribution on Sun-
day nights between the hours of
8.30 and 9.45, generally some play
or music festival or such, and
what boring music for such a long
period! Why could not these pro-
grammes be half an hour or so,
instead of one and a half hours?
It is quite true, that it is an
impossibility to please every one
at the same time, but why should
a dozen, (if there are so many
lovers of this boring music in
Barbados) be pleased for an hour
and a half when at no time are
the lovers of music like waltzs,
light music ete., suitable for Sun-
day night have only fifteen min-
utes of this kind of music.

What we need in Barbados is

tadio Subscribers’ Union, Then
and only then will the Radio Dis-
tribution subscribers get a more
balanced distribution of pro-
gre



nes,
I would be their first member.

BORED STIFF

Buses

To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—It happens that now the
five passengers to a seat is strictly
carried out, it has uncovered a
wound that has been oozing for a
very long time, and needs to be
healed. At the hour of 3 pm.,
the regular time for running the
buses from tgwn to the country,
we get a few buses leaving the
stand from the lower Green for
North, in which the regular hour
bus is included. There are pass-
engers who are going as far as
Speightstown, and some not as
far, but will not get into the
regular hour bus even though
there is room, but will get into
one of the buses going beyond
Speightstown, thus causing a
passenger who is going further to
be left out, and very often when
the hour bus reaches Speights-
town, the bus which is going fur-
ther has already gone, all be-
cause the wrong seating has taken



place.
For better accommodation of
those passengers going beyond

Speightstown, I sincerely hope
that this condition will soon be
nonentity

PASSENGER

Are N ecessary

Pity The Clerk

To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—I_ am quite sure that
“Fairplay” does not know much
about the day-dreaming custom-
ers that the poor clerk has to
put up with daily. Fifty per cent
of them don’t know What they
require and 45 per cent. of the
other fifty are either looking to
come back, asking for patterns,
Teking some item on approval to
be returnéd next day or looking for
something for nothing. What with
an empty stomach and perhaps
having to dodge the debt collec-
tor for house rent, etc. it’s no
wonder the clerk’s head becomes
confused,

UNFORTUNATE CLERK
June 20, 1950,

Canadian Help

To the Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—The somewhat lengthy
appreciation of the oil situation in
Barbados by Mr. Shepherd, which
appeared in your issue of June 5,
will doubtless be of interest to
many of your readers. However,
Mr. Shepherd's criticism of the
ability of Mr. Tanner, the Minister
of lands and mines of the Province

of Alberta, to advise the Govern-
ment of the island in regard to
oil rights, seems to my Canadian
friends and myself to be uncalled
for and not in the best of taste.

Mr. Tanner, not at his own re-
quest, was good enough to spare
the time to make the long and
tiring journey to Barbados and
return to Edmonton without any
thought of emolument, to help, if
possible, a Sister member of the
Commonwealth to decide as to the
best method of dealing with the
question of the allocation of oil
concessions. Now he is accused
by Mr. Shepherd of the lack of
ability to give such advice.

My Canadian friends and myself
feel that the Federal and Provin-
cial Governments of Canada have
shown that they have been and
are always most ready to help,
in any way they can, to further
the interests of Barbados in par-
tceen and the West Indies in gen-
eral,

The Federal Government of
Canada has already loaned one of
their most experienced engineers
to assist in the construction of the
new runway at Seawell Airport.

If these men or any others who

y follow them are to be criti-



cised out of hand, then the Feder-
al and Provincial Governments of
Canada should ponder seriously as
to whether or not their gratuitous
help is really wanted or appreci-
ated by some of the responsible
citizens of the island. .

A CANADIAN.
June 6, 1950.

Tenants Plea
To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—I am writing on behalf of
hundreds of poor people who are
in urgent need of a rent restriction
law to go into force, and a board
active to protect tenants from be-
ing oppressed by landlords.

With the advance of rent, daily
I see and hear of respectable
people levied on by bailiffs,

This is one of the first steps that
legislators should rectify and they
would never get a vote from me
until this law is effective,

It is shameful how decent
people are treated, who through
outlandish house rents have to
exist in a room and under the heel
of a debt collector or bailiff.

Hoping that something may be
done promptly,

OPPRESSED TENANT

June 20, 1950



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Housewives Feel
C.O.L. Draught

DEVALUATION has struck Barbados bringing with it

increased worries to Mrs. Housewife.

A gradual but con-

tinuous rise in the cost of living since the event, has taken
the indes: figure according to the latest available estimate

at the nd of April, to 242
“*Wild Bee”’
Drifts

_ “WILD BEE”, a 21-foot
fishing boat owned by Cor-
lett Yarde of Oistins, Christ
Church, broke its moorings on
Tuesday night and drifted away.
Wild Bee is valued at $500 and
up to the present no information
has been disclosed as to whether
it is insured.
URING THE PERIOD that
flying fish ‘were plentiful,
tinned and fresh meat could also
be purchased in bulk, but now that
the flying fish season is on the





verge of ending, meat is very
searce.
This shortage of meat, which

started about a week ago, is now
being felt because the supplies of
Argentine and Australian beef,
which were in stock, are ex-
hausted.

In an interview with the Advo-
cate yesterday, a butcher of the
Public Market said that, the only
method of relieving the meat
shortage is by removing the
scheduled price.

At present they are having to
pay high prices for the cattle and
if they sell meat at the scheduled
price it would be a loss to them.
He said that after buying a cow
at a high price, they are still) ex-
pected to sell the beef at ls 6d.
per pound while on some occasions
if they sell it at 40 cents per pound
they are only able to realise the
amount they spent, without any
profits.

He pointed that on all previous
occasions when supplies of Ar-
gentine meat were exhausted, a
shortage tolliowed, but he under-
stands that in about four weeks
there will be another supply of
Argentine or Australian meat ar-
riving. During the interval, they
will have to make out with the
local supply.

This butcher feels that Govern-
ment should force every estate,
with a reasonable amount of
grasslands, to keep a_ certain
amount of cattle. “Only by doing
this will the buteners be giver a
fair break” and by that he meant
they would be able to purchase
cattle at a reasonable price. Or
the other hand he feels that Gov-
ernment should make it their
business to see that supplies of
imported meat from Argentina
and Australia are never exhausted.

E FLYING FISH SEASON

is coming to an end. During
next month the majority of boats
in the local fishing fleet will be
beached and following this the
accent will be on seine net and
pot fishing.

Fishermen could be seen mak-
ing big fish pots on the pasture
outside the Fisheries Department
at the Reef yesterday while
another crowd were knitting or
patching nets.. They are all pre-
paring for the Hurricane Season.

During the heights of the flying
fish season the catches were large
but very few fish are now being
caught. The total amount of fish
to be brought through the market
so far for this month only reached
35,957 pounds while on May 4
and 5 the catches of flying fish
alone reached 55,000 pounds.

Of the amount recorded for
this month, 1,755 pounds were
caught by seine nets while 20
pounds were pot fish.

The total was made up of 29,811
pounds of flying fish, 805 pounds
of dolphin, 66 pounds of king fish,
301 pounds of bill fish, 2,282
pounds of shark, 832 pounds of al-
bacore, 425 pounds of cavallies, 40
pounds of packs, 220 pounds of
bonito, 95 pounds of barracudas,
975 pounds of sinnets, 20 pounds
of pot fish, 35 pounds of bream,
and 50 pounds of snappers.

HE MOBILE CINEMA will

give a Show at Clifton Hall
Plantation yard to-night for the
benefit of the residents of the
Clifton Hall area of St. John. To-
morrow night a show will be
given in St. George.

R, H. A. VAUGHAN'’S third

lecture on “Constitutional
Development in the West Indies”

will take place at the British
Council, “Wakefield,” on Friday
night.

HE POLICE BAND under its

Conductor, Capt. C, E. Raison,
will give a programme of Sacred
Music at Sharon Moravian Church,
St. Thomas, on Sunday afternoon
next, commencing at 4 o'clock,

MOTOR LORRY and® mule
drawn cart were involved in
an accident along lower Roebuck
Street at about 3.50 p.m, on
Tuesday. The motor M—626
which was parked near the scene
of the accident was slightly
damaged.
The lorry was M—19C2, owned
Messrs. Pitcher Connell of
foebuck Street driven by
Sydney Blenman of Belle Gully,
while the cart was owned aid
driven by Frank Roberts of Good-
land.
HE ERECTION of the new
Biscuit Factory in Gills
Hoad is rapidly progressing. The
main walls of this “E” shaped
building are almost completed and
workmen were yesterday seenwon
seaffolds while eleve‘ 1g two
unfinished sections of the wall

Although the roof is not yet
being constructed, the windjw
frames which are of steel are

already installed.



What’s on Today

Water Polo Practice game at
Aquatic Club at 5.00 p.m.

Football at Kensington at
5.00 p.m.

Mobile Cineme, Clifton Hall
Plantation Yard, St. John
at 7.30 p.m.





Less than a year ago, Mrs
+Housewife could get her pint ot
rice, a very essential commodity
especially for the poorer section of
the community, tor six cents
She must now pay another cent.
Edible oil, an item which she
often finds difficult to procure,
costs her 24 cents per pint now
Until recently it was 23. Her
tin of condensed milk for which
last year she paid 24c now
fetches 25 cents, while salt pork
18 cents per Ib before, costs her
row an additional 4 cents. For
the family sugar is an everyday

necessity and the increase has
been a cent.
Up and Up

Muscavada which is probably
mostly used, costs Mrs. Housewife
6 cents per lb. last year, but she
now has to pay 7 cents, Flour
too, has gone from 7 to 8 cents
per 1b Fortunately kerosene
oil, ever in great demand, only
costs her an additional half cent,
it was 4 cents per pint last vear
and is now 41% cents, i
< There has been a fairly biz
increase in the price of gasolene
This has gone from 50 cents per
gallon last year to 57 cents now.

All essential commodities have
not increased since



last year
however, and among these are
butter and margarine. Butter

remains at the price of 80 cents
per lb. retail, 86 cents per 1 Ib.
tin and 6 cents per ounce, while
— remains at 46 cents per
Subsidisation
Nor is this the whole
Government spent 13%
nett total expenditure
en the Subsidisation of

story.
of the
last year
essentia!

commodities, i.e. $1,100,000 on
the Subsidisation of salted pork,
salted fish, flour and balanced

animal feed.

The free market itself has risen
in many cases by as much
hundred per cent. It is not readily
understood how fruit such
sapodillos that cost two cents and
three cents last year now sell for
five cents each.

Mangoes that used to be sold at
four cents each last year, nov
bring six cents.

On the other hand Mrs, House-
wife probably finds it difficult to
clothe little John and Mary as
well as she might wish, for the
price of clothing has substantially
increased .



as ont



Language
Depends On
Locality

HETTY PAYNE of Nurse Land,
was yesterday fined 30/- by Mr.
G. L. Taylor and Mr. H. A,
Vaughan, Judges of the Assistant
Court of Appeal. She was found
guilty of having used indecent
language while on Tweedside
Road on April 14.

In imposing the fine, Their
Honours varied a decision of Mr.
G. B. Griffith, City Police Mag-
istrate. He had sentenced Payne
to serve 14 days’ imprisonment
with hard labour.

Mr. Dear represented Payne

Their Honours said that though
there was no doubt that the case
had been proved, yet they thought
the Magistrate was too severe.
Fines for such an offence could
be varied with regard to the
locality in which they were com-
mitted. Indecent language spoken
by any one while in Broad Street
during the day would merit a
heavier fine than similar language
spoken by anyone during the
night in Suttle Street.

Assault: 30/-

MAGISTRATE C. L. WALWYN
yesterday imposed a fine of 30/-
and 2/- costs, to be paid in 7
days or in default undergo one
month’s imprisonmnet on Oswald
Howard of Carrington’s Village,
when he was found guilty of
assaulting and beating Clarissa
Walcott on April 14.

Walcott said that on April 14,
she was walking along My Lords
Hill, when Howard came to her
and began to annoy her about
going to his home. She refused
and he held on to her hand and
would not let go. A struggle
ensued during which her clothes
were soiled.

Elder Sister
Wins Case

GETS $500 HOUSE

A Common Pleas jury decided
last Tuesday that the $500 board
and shingled house at Durant’s
Land, Christ Church, over which
one sister on one side and a brot!-
er and sister on the other wer
squabbling, was the property cf
Viola Greenidge, the older sister

Viola Greenidge who was the
plantiff brought a case against
Constance Greenidge, her sister,
and Arnold Greenidge, her brothc:
to make them give up possession
of the house or pay its value. She
claimed they were detaining the
house.

Constance and Arnold filed a de-
fence saying among other thing
that they were not in possession
of the house without Viola’s con-
sent, and that they were not de-
taining it. They claimed that even
if they were in thes
were joint owners

The hearing of the case started
before His Honour the Chief
Judge, Sir Aflan Collymore or
Monday and was concluded ne
day when the jury found a ver-
dict in favour of Viola Greenidge,
and awarded her costs. No order
for damages for detention was
made against the defendants. Thes



possession,




are to give up possession of the
house in six weeks

Plaintiff was represented t
Mr. D. H. L. Ward ir .
Messrs. Hutchinso
Counsel for the d nd
Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C
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Indies rifle team to take part in the Imperial Rifle Meeting s
, at Bisley, left the island for England on the Elders and. ®
Fyffes S.S. “Golfito.” r uNCVe he The Humber trademark
$5.5, t , ; ae
The personnel of tHe team is as that they hoped to put up a good @ : is your guarantee of lasting
follows Lt Col. J Connell, show, and would certainly do e quality, fine appearance and
O.B.E:, .3.D (Capt.), Major their best to give a good account! a :
J. E. Griffith, E.D., Major A. S themselves bil i¢ ’ unrivalled strength. The
Warren, Capt. C. R. F. Wari Phey expect to arrive in Eng-! World’s leading quality
M.B.E., Lt. C. EB. Neblett. Lt nd about the end of the month! rae
Lad J. M. Cave and Mr. T. A. L.. or the first of July and would v bicycle carries this mark of
Roberts 0 have some target practice before WwW or distinction
The Barbados te s the actual priz eeting starts on |
et the West Indies t eo. ‘uly 10 The team will be doing ‘ .
for the U.K as the yaice hooting from then on up to 7A |
Lritish Guiana and Trinidad i fel + Cd) 77€S l ILS
resentatives have alreaciv F Sut : ; : ‘
The members of the pore en eh naan cee ee ree k
looked quite fit and just before Saturday, July 22 will be the Way > 0
: leaving, they told the “Advocate” ™@in Meeting and there will be |
ay ividual competitions every day } .
: ¢ i g with the King's perfection
: lrize ¢ saturday, July 22 }
Cheese Comes (08) o288 Si 82 tia on
4 Thur July 20 and ‘Friday
: * u Colonial events will be
Bs n oes Junior McKinnon and
; inicr _Kalopore Cups and the}!
a! x ‘Vest Indies team will compete
A LITTLE over a month ago fey the Senior McKinnon and
eee ae pang pe had to be thrown back Senior Kalopore Cups on a
-" _* < nto the sea on some occasions, ,; rin basis or »se dates
is a : minion basis on these dates
__ sO eye versed nh et : After the Shoot, the team will
iid reer =. iam . t the case today wi ying fish still have some days to see some
SIR CHARLES WOOLLEY, K.C.M.G., Governor of British Guiana = a : ome. da See s¢
attived in Barbados yesterday by the Golfito and returns te B.G Por with quite a few of the good thing of London They will be
this afternoon by B.W.LA. —~ : things to eat which housewives in the U.K. until August 24 and
He is seen here stepping. off the launch onto the Baggage and their husbands togk as a some of the members have made
Warehouse steps. Capt. W. Lambert, the Governor's Private matter of course in the days arrangements to see the fourth
Secretary is in the background. : before the war. cricket Test Match between Eng
- ’ Take butter for example. land and the West Indies which
@@ When table butter is not scarce,, Opens at the Oval on Avgust 12
ee ’ “ cooking butter is hard to get, just} ~~ ~ : rere ee
eer n omen as it is at present. Sometimes | (9469964696969995546694699969°
both varieties are scarce at the} »
e pane MERA, ‘3 SOME OF THESE } HARRISON'S
. ~ nl »,
n ralns rus Irish potatoes are also on the| ITEMS ARE FROM s
“scarce list” just now, Fortun-/% CANADA AND THE BROAD _ ST.
AT THE first Brains Trust to be held in aid of sending ately the local eddoe a be] x U.S.A. AND DUE TO %
+ 3 4 ‘ ~ “*heese is . ose 7 ia
Barbadians to the University College in Jamaica His Hon ye ps panes nae Sloe % THE DOLLAR SHORT- % LOCAL AGENTS
our Judge J. W. B. Chenery, His Honour Sir Allan Col'y- phrase is like the aeroplane—“it]$ AGE CANNOT BE RE- 3 DIAL 2364.
more, Dr. Bruce Hamilton, Sir John Saint, K.C.M.G. and goes and comes”, and similarly, . ‘ S
' J PLACED. ®
Mr. R. C. Springer were the Brains. condensed milk might well preach . ~
The first question was whether _ a sermon using as its text “a little] squibbs Calcium Gtucanate > INSIST ON THE ORIGINAL & GENUINE STURMEY-ARCHER 3- OR 4-SPEED GEAR
examinations should be abolished, Chenery said that on one occa~ while and ye shall see me, ANC) %& Asaya-Neural 6 x
in view ‘of the harmful effect Sion when a lady had taken part again a little while and ye shall xg Takasyme x
alleged by the questioner on school the meeting had broken up al- not see me.” fovea x Vitamin B. Ext: (P.D.0.Co.) %
curricula. The Trust were unani- together. Mr. Douglas-Smith said In the vegetable and fruit lin *s s Horlicks Milk (*$-Ib. bots, U.S.A.) %
mously of opinion that it was that a woman had in fact been plantains are in fairly regular) ¥ Hemattc Hypophosphites x
neither possible nor advantageous invited, but that they would cer- supply now. Mangoes are here % Rich Dark Barley Sugar Sticks x
to abolish examinations, though tainly try to secure the presence by the barrels, but oranges are) \ Darieys Condition Powder %
several members admitted weak- Of one on a future occasion few and far between b @ Carnol Tonic x
nesses in the method. Mr. Chen- oe Fresh fish can be purchased, i MeLeans Stomach Powder bs
“i Pay va peli ved. that sehiarh and there is always meat, For- YX Codol Plain %
ary ever Vi J y a 2
ingtione norsns duibetared. the | k ; Will tunately the Barbadian’s staple sf Codol Compound x
lost, candids y Dr He = ‘ton anker 1 food—rice—can easily be obtained] 5s Tote msecticide %
ab $3 e rae remy ‘ # she ideal even in the small shops, ond ‘% Vinolia Soap ¥
saic a s vie > 8 . ieee i > 6 slut oO Vitalis Hair Toni .
ni : ; 5 | ‘ » keepers, in times of a4 glu ‘ A air Tonie =
exa nr would be one. in ake Molasses cornmeal and a scarcity of rice, * Ciek: Inseet waar ¥
woe ae os te . for example, oa —— ate & KY, Lubricant Jelly »
a e ) c iS P 3 : 7 rs ri » reply s
C ) : their customers with the reply,] & Dextrose (Merck)
the examination and in the case of But Not From Barbados tepcht can’t get a pint of rice % Cystopurin 3)
adults refresh themselves with less r 4d of meal. | ¥ *
: i Rat tei nad eet gh ess you buy a pounc % Bristols Pill x
beer during its progress; his point MOLASSES TANKER “V.W. "1 B Sante dane xt
was that an examinatipn should Gokey” which has called here for > ae %
be a test of ability to use books @ !0ad of fancy molasses in buik g Xarsodrine Inhalers %
(ale, age : y ; .~, for Montreal, will be taking out ~ ~ % Allens Couch Cure NY
and not merely a test of memory, 6 Ss e +
Tact } coe 7 be fade vy trimeeane met ballast in her tanks instead oa Pp sh Eyetone (For Bye Strain) %
a 2 oe canes x : + This 's because Government ha x Cofron Blixer (R-oz, sive) >
eegete ‘ 3 3 * made an order prohibiting ch¢ O ‘d . ® Abdol Capsules (Vitamin) x
Springer obseeked that wr er shipping of fancy molasses out of e n r er % Ouracho Liniment for Athletes %
von SUgEE i plated sei Barbados in bulk % Ava Shampoo x
oes 7 ea nage ne aa nit vepe: aoa ‘aid up 4 “Can I have a road cen a % Seidiite’ Powder (Mortons) »
4 : an . arlisle Bay all day yesterday »,, corry. we haven't any at the? yi a, x
ye 7 “oe : v3 am sorry, wé Kents Tooth Brushes
mathematics. Mr. Springer in fact awaiting advice from her charter- Deane ” This is the answer % Hashem: Punlex. Resers x
said that the consultation of books ers as to which port it should call that many tourists may be like-] 9% . %
would shamper the candidate by at from here i ‘5 panel this month when Polsons Corn Flour >
donsuming time Captain Kamp told the “Advo- they ask for these maps Handford’s Balsam of Myrrh x
3 cate” yesterday that on his arrival The Advocate was told yester- Metatone (P.D.) ~
> t rs . ; EB e Advocate we :
Second Question here oon - “Gokey he was gay that the Publicity Compl Was Vapi Thhatant %
The second question wags wheth- presentec w:th an order from Office is at present unable tc a ae : s
er ‘ anekor br priest should be Government by his agents pro- supply the demands for road a eee 4
F ee i 1 5 ading . : . rig tujo
compelled to divulge a confidence hibiting his loading of fancy maps of the island. But pictor ial : ; o %
; 4 ib. ie molasses in bulk at Barbados elt are plentiful and very at- Absorbine Vet. %
given him in pursuit of his call- maps are plentifu o eiiteue keexs %
: : ne Aare ellows 83
:s on _, anes ae ane Gorey": ul take a: load Theo maps however will not g Pertussin x es
out that the operative word here of fancy molasses in bulk from nese aps v % : %
was “compelled”; a doctor could the West Indies to Canada, even P& long in short ee i $ ree anne eee x tL res ered
be summoned to give evidence. jf it has to be taken at Puerto O'ers have been ryt oor ie $ (ta-tb.) % : rs
To ask him te divulge a confidence Rico or Cuba mare, . 44. eORd ne eng tourist t »wefore tt ts ~
pre-supposed knowledge that a Captain Kamp said that he moat vital eee : oo Get your supply before { x
confidence had been made, To the knew nothing of the order of the /° ae . Es aad inten tours oe » A
suggestion that a third party local Government until he WORST oe Stat to ask for x
might have been informed of the reached Barbados. He cleared ! ts are very relucta ar Bruce Weatherhead x
confidence Sir Allan replied that from New York on June 9 and ueenee mber: of tourists disem- 4 oe e
this would be a matter of hearsay. sailed for the West Ind’es on nO DUDES: Serer : g Li t
Mr. Chenery said that in fact no June 10. During his trip, he was barking Mi the asland ae ue Lid. % nmeigora ore
medical privilege existed under absolutely out of communication month, —-May hg me Ae phil? aida ck. taal Btovet 2
British law. Dr. Hamilton said with his local agents. The order Of these 471 were British. elms %
that there seemed to be a ten- which his agents r*, ae. Pp cst ane oanenity sl a gs iciaheuiineaaal
: “2 » ¥ ras € ‘ ‘ bi ° - PPPOE? s
dency to consider that the priest erameny Was dated June pressed their liking for the pi i ae a 4 pS Eis Sa ald
should be more privileged than The trip has involved terriffic (joa. weather and seabathing ee ELE)
the doctor, and doubted if this expense to the owners and Chat . {
were the proper view. Mr. Chen- terers here co Krag it NGS
} i [ > ays efore the “Gokey’ " ”
ery said that in the case of the Mine days : : ey RUFINA BRI |
priest there would be a still great- started out for the West Indies, ENE For any Pattern, any Sty e
er difficulty in establishing that 1¢ was undergo’ng chemical tests KEROS
ahiv c ine Naa ae aie of the tanks for reception of the About 130,200 gallons of kero- hi
any confide +s oa made molasses. Scraping and wiping sene oil and 288 gallons of any Fas ion
a! * on i a , out of the tanks had to be done. gasoline from Trinidad came to
‘ Sit John Saint replying to the he tanks were finally inspected the island yesterday . by the
third — question, whether the by Charles Bacon & Co., W tanker “Rufina”
world’s food supplies were be-~ york Food Inspectors, who passed The ‘“Rufina” left shortly after
coming exhausted, and if sO them as being in perfect condi its arrival for Spring Gardens,
whether food production should tion for the carrying of fancy Black Rock, to discharge the fuel
not be internationally controlled) jyolasses rT
and planned, quoted the contra-| ———— 8 | &
dictory opinions on the subject by | . . ae 4
important experts like Lord Boyd- Sneaaeeansea ase a :
Orr and Sir John Russell, but said | @uweeaes ws @aeaeeugaa
that in hig view there was no need | f ifs : d | 4
to believe that the world’s food | mn seilinnd a In an assortment o esigns an coiour
supplies, if properly developed, | JUST ARRID ED- 2 B f 6c. to Wc
were not adequate to its popula-| A FRESH SHIPMENT OF Buckles from 14c. to 32c. Buttons trom 6c.
tion. The question of international | fll sae pa Y CHO S a
segulation was one for the econo-| I W ee o
mist; in his view it was desirable | URINA POULTR , a r
world's higory "impracticable | et Your Supply from . CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Lid
) $ is 3 é , 2 a ’
Other members of the trust, a H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD. a of e
while recognising the difficulties | Distributors . ;
in the way, believed that any in-| 0. ie. & 13. BROAD STREET ;
ternational assistance which could | Seueepepueeuepeeeueauueeaa '
be given to such problems was an a
advantage Senueeeeeneaeauesn es so SSSI FFI SS
No Waste | | Te ae sintemaiereen
To the question whether 7?)#eq —x————E——yEEEEEEEEEEe
reading of detective stories was}
‘ y ” ¥: a/ ‘ge
a waste of time Dr, Hamilton | DO YOU WANT THE BEST STOVE
said that he had been tempted to}
think that this was true of writ- é
ing them. He saw no reason carl VALUE ?
the reading of such stories was) os etee
more of a waste of time than any | i kl li :
other form of legitimate relaxa- utc y rellteves |
tion, and objected to those who| q <4 | SELECT A....
wished to hold an inquisition |, ( ‘OLDS and . t
on the {ndividuals private life.
On the question whether the ( ‘ATARRH |
future of the’ Greater and Lesser |}
Antilles lay with the Old World
or the New, Sir John Saint said It clears the weer }
that this could be answered frorm| sages to remove stufhness |
many points of view. On the eco- and the distressing con- »

nomic side it was not possible for
the Caribbean to dispose of all
its exports in the New World. Mr
Chenery said it was inconceivable
that what might be called the
metropolitan Powers of
would ever abandon
est in the West

their inter-
Indies. Sir Allan

aid that the answer must be that!




the

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ott who proposed a vote
Brains Trust
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CLASSIFIED ADS. | HARBOUR L0G

BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN



De Freitas
On Bombs





Anglo-American

. CHINESE NATIONALISTS
. Tongue Poke

ARE STILL LEGAL

Accept Eisenhower
Proposals

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| PARIS. WASHINGTON, June 21 CAIRO, June 21 SENBVA, June 21
| » . ‘ j , June ; IVA, e 2
_Fon SALE i i u HL ic SALES In Carlisle Bay A bitter exchange of sarcastic MIDDLESBOROUGH | A Senate Appropriations sub- Egypt's Opposition parties de- The Credentials Committee otf
ee bE Da 4 a pteasantries between an _ incog- ENGLAND | Committee, meeting behind closed | cic d today to boycott all sessions|the 33rd International Labour
Sac ae: oo | oie ree, tm t Tern Ut, nito but sharp-tongued American Ge offrey de Freitas, Weat In-| ' doors, has accepted proposals by \cf the Senate, reversing an earlier | Conference today upheld the right
AUTOMOTIVE AUCTION Leander = re vourist and the equally gifted | dian born Under-Secretary of Stats| General Dwight Eisenhower for| decision to withdraw from both|of the Chinese Nationalist Gov-
saad halal ‘ eaten , a 5 , . t . .
CAR—One Opel Kadett M, 207° in pe instructions ‘of the Inst ¢ = LD. aa Bones President of the British Tourist) toy the Home Office, whose aiste : | Strengthening America’s defence | Houses of Parlian ent Prom to send aoe, >
fect order with spare ‘Timing G ‘| pany, I will sell at the COURTESEY| ody Je ker V. W. Gakey, (sociation has just come to light) and mother live in Barbados, told | against a possible surprise attack | ep ainsional cf y. cunaiat ae ior lig Bot ha gyon ga:
new tyres. Phone ’Keitl Hunte GARAGP, WHITEPARK, on FRIDAY | Sch. Ti A oa in Paris le meeting of civil defence organ-,and approved a big increase in| ™M°ry dismissal of a number of the Committee declared that it
4612 io | ard, at 1 pam, | ARRIVALS Returning from a trip to Eng~| izations that civil defence is not} defence spending |} Opposition Senators earlier this} had found the credentials of the
SR ern Le Ath = N Sa Brean CAR damaged by | Rufina. 1 tons net, Capt. Bruin, land, the American said he un-| obsolete and bona make atom war} It approved an outlay of maré | week and their replacement by{| Chinese delegation to be in good
dition excciler:t. Phone 2869, R. ARCHER McKENZIE. | sie + net, Capt, GerStood why the Germans failed | less deadly.” than 15.60 million dollars for the eens the Wafdist Govern-| order
Applewhaiic 20.6 | a Auctioneer, | 4 L a to invade the British Isles. “It is confused thinking to re-/army, navy and marines, air forces ¥ aN Tne Committee asked the Con
— ghia ote AL 2947 20.6.5 }§ ns ‘het, Capt. Saps ssibility 7 7. " r ,
CAR—One | Vauxh n 3 ead 20.6.50—40 | warth, dad ’ “It was because they. would on the — — itity ne mic] and Defence Department for th) The Government, who hold only! ference to take note of the pecu-
Woes: Harrison's ’ REAL ESTATE eT Finca mics Der aeru RES iL have been kept waiting too lorg ne medakaeei tee 7 7: ence | fiseal year beginning next month.| about 41 per cent. of the seats in| liar situation in China where two
uh, Geet, Alenether Soe ate by the British customs,” he an-!Gecry civil d Ro : ig This is some $383,000,000 more} the Upper House, will now be| Governments are contending for
eae —~ = — | FOR SALE — TO BE DEMOLISHED | 5-8. Goifito, 4.505 tons net, Capt. Saps- nounced in te Steenie ah : SE OE n voted by the House of ower (en tle to muster the 41 per cent.| authority and the fact that mem-
(6) six cylinder Forde, AND REMOVED | worth, for U.K T i . = om 1! sehtatives he House itself hac vote required by the constitution} bers of the TLO had not yet
87 Dodge, 1 le. AnDiy to | : h : ‘couched to the quick, the Brit- ; i ; ers € )
2 ey ne, 1s ee °|, CHATTEL HOUSE (only) called ae ish tourism official to whom these | 7iM€ are wrong sharply raised the funds recom-,to approve any bill placed before] adopted a uniform attitude on the
losmopolitan Garage, Magazine Lane.| + MAYARO” situate at Rocklev Pe DOD Gees SO WANE, wes “Atomic bomb attack would} iati j
Dial 3913. $0:6.00-20. | me parched ede ens thi Touch With Bas diudie vecriminations were addressed.| certainty be a crave Seater at, leone by its Appropriations it —Keuter. subject.—Reuter.
——-| demolish the said house and remove| retorted ; Committee. |
MOTOR CYCLE -— O a) S.A. . * . i s a i .
2 1/2 HP. in Good Gunaision BS.A.| same from the site within fifteen days Coast Station “If he had lived in our cay, ity oe Ba g. — ees General Eisenhower, Com-|
8217. 20.6.50-—an. | **te? the cate of purchase. The Gas Christopher Columbus never te exception to the) ander of Allied Forces in cer }
6 | una water pipes. electric wires, Sxture Sable and Wireless (Wt) Lid. advise .Sauid have been able to discover much easier high explosive attack) Guiting the wat and now President |
CAR : Motor Car,| 2nd fittings will not be sold with the| that they can now communicate with the 1 he jo ©r! and, in the second place, properly | CU™"8 ;
Engine, Battery : yes Wovma, Anper house. Offers in writing will be re | (Mewing ships through their Barbados America because he had no birth] organized civil defence wer oy ‘ ;/of Cotumbia University, was aa
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Cozier, Crumpton Street. 20.6.50--3n | en Fridny, 33d Tune i wD toe ncOn | ae ae s Leseen, SS. Bos. Cettificate and couldot have been] in advance can go a way to|/@d before the Senate group after) [> eames zircon
. ¥ 4 nstant nte—| , S¥ d egeen, SS. Bos- 20s. ” y wave ' é | ati » enecches ‘ . NEW 7 /
| the land on which the house mands. is| {99P: ss 3 Despo, S.S vaccinated.” —I.N.S. making its effect far s deadly, | he had indicated in public speeches! LaNp LINE LED.. (MLA N 3. LINR) eater
ELECTRICAL | Det foe: sale. ‘3. Brest bee caetes “Should there be an atomic|that the United States might be |
es For inspection apply at “Accra” pext ista, S.S. S bom ttack. tt , ‘i tailing its military spending too) ss “@ =
. 3 . som sttack: * task of civil; curtailing ts m ¥ St & |} 8.5 CITY OF DIEPPE sails .
RADIO & WINDCHARGER -— In| door for the keys - Bergeland, S.s veer wo pe | Ad : M.V “Daerwood” |i
A . 'S.Esitc », SS vu » jefence tear . a h w safety eluide May 19th. Melbourne Jun @
working order. K. D. Webster, Har- YEARWOOD & BOYCE S.S. Jean, S.S enTgpe, MAIL NOTICES efence teams would be to rescu: oS s a sre fund for high} 224: Sydney June 4th, Brisbane Tune \ * >
tison’s Pitn. St. Lucy 7 Solicitors. | Construgtor, 5.5. Duala. SS. Franeesee the injured, save the uninjured e urged more func Mth arriving at Trinidad about July ist will accept Cargo and Pass-
21.6.50—3n’, | 13.6.50—5n. } Morosiny S.S. Loide Brasil, S.S. Meta- Mails for St. Lucia by the nh | from the effects of radic ~activity, speed aireratt, anti-submarin®, s.s. “PORT WELLINGTON" — sail: ae is ie Vincent
2 AM”, NE ‘ a Imbe S. Fort Amherst, S.S “ *ral Post Offic: — plices. - + om ate 4 acka | Melbourne m! uly. ‘ ensh ’ ai
FURNITURE Michael, a very desirable residence | Ranger, S.S, S, Sofia. SS. Fort Richellene Parce! Mall, Registered Mail, ordin-| £enerally give all the help a goodl and stronger outposts in Alaska\‘svaney mi Avgun arriving. ‘Trinidad Aruba ailing Thursday,
stending on 1 aere 3 roods of lend.|S.S. Aino, S.S. South Carolina, §.S. ary Mail at 2 p.m. on the 2 June| Neighbour gives to his fellow citi-,; ana ine Paci*e Glands.—-Reuter, | pout sth September. 22nd June
oe ok eae over i dwellinghouse contains verandah a anaes, C Fylgia, S.S. Ragnhilds- 1950 zens in times of trouble IN.S These vessels have ample space for 7
a’ persons. | drawing and dining rooms, lounge, 4| D°e!m Ss oide Uruguay, S.S. Cape Mails for British G a by Sch | ebilled, hard frozen and general cargo
Phone Miss E. Gowdey — =. z hedrooms (2 with running water), usu aresapy ES; Tritone, S.S. Sundale, SS. Francig W. Smith *Seil her ated at * | Cargo accepted on through Dilis o —
50—6n | conveniences, buttery. pantry and 0 Dtica lise, S.S. Serenissima, the General Post Office as under:— N, W AIR lacing with tranahipment at Trinidad fo:
. kitchen, Electricity, water and tele-| S'S. Alam Polaris, SS. Nueva Andalucia, — Parcel Mail, Registered Mail, Ordinary 4 ., | British Guiana, Barbados, Windyvard any B.W.1. SCHOONER
dan een nee But rhone installed, S.S. Guarner, §.S. Temple Inn. Mail at 2 p.m. orf the 23 June 1950. Egypt Replies ; | Leeward Islands, OWNERS’ ASSO. (INC.)
. . . - n ie yar ere are servants rooms j FURNESS, WITHY * . van
All in 100 per cent Mahogany. Apply] garage etc., and the grounds compris¢ < - SERVICE } & CO. LTD., Tel. 4047
; 3 > é s pris’ + —— oa
Strathmore, Worthing Lawn and gardens To French U’ S ; Agents, Trinidad
21.0.90—2n. | “‘thapection’ b ied ; ; : eke : ee : DA COSTA & CO. LTD
ommaeetion “BY appointment with the GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Pan American World Airways Agents, Barbados.”
BARGAIN The above property will be set up for ‘ eens 1 | will inaugurate on July 5 a de- aaeaRaE Sern eee
SALE of Hardwood Rockers at the| S#le¢ by public competition at our office | = Copies of the joint Arab reply; luxe extra-fare sleeper service, ~ Snr eray eer e as en i
low price of "$5.00" per chair is now | James street, Bridgetown. ca Brides Vacant post of Draughtsman, P.W.D., Dominica. to the Big Three Middle East} potween New York and Buenos .
* 20th insta) hv . oe ees ‘ a . I .
Dept: fae Grass oT Sie Applications are invited for the st of Draughtsman in th ee Declaration were today! Aires which will cut the,
égain so make the most of this clearance YEARWOOD & BOYCE. Publi es aueiisman i tej handed to United States Ambassa~! scheduled time by almost 30 per!
eer, ee ecdeiioen + Public Works De partment, Dominica. The duties of the post will be | dor Jefferson Gaffery and French ] ceni .
—_— a 15.6.50—12n. | the preparation of plans and working drawings for simple means | ae kere Couve De Murville,; Past double-decked Clippers « g
MISCELLANEOUS “SANDY CREST —situate at Cattle. | Projects, from rough sketches. An elementary knowledge of measure- oF ee tee a Foreign ee | will reduce flying time to Buenvs | aL.
: - ‘ ‘ > sa te ‘ oals iS é 7 _ ; — gs
CALCIUM GLUCONATE — sSquibbs| Ten Perches of land yO” One Acre | ments for quantities would be an added qualification. British ‘A stemagtions Sir R al oh Dives Wr 31e Neue, Were |e NRW. OSLER oe
Calehimn Gluconate is administered ‘in all The house contains gallery, drawing and | 1 2. The salary of the post is $1,248 x $96-—$1,738, commencing Ste genban connit ed. : c sopy ae peek niches aoe ts an | No. B dl
orms of calcium deficiency. Get it at| dinine rooms. three hedrooms with run-| salary according alifications ‘ st is siong § ee ee 2 : Argentine capital In <6 > ane \ “AICOA SER" at
BRUCE WEATHERHEAD LTD.” | ning water, kitchenette. usual outoffices, | svi) > ecorciné to qualifications, The post is pensionable. Leav¢ | Alexandria from the Egyptian] 19 minutes and the return. trip's.s. Arcon Ronten ane gry svee
21.6.50—gn | electric light, garage and servant's room Will be accordance with local regulations. Quarters are not pro- | Under-Secretary for Foreign | in 25 hours and 14 minutes ; une ,
—_——<—— | Mr above will be set un for sale et vided. Affairs. The reply was believed to} ~ ; \ NEW YORK S¥RVICE
DARNLEY’S CONDITION POWDER | DUblic competition at cur Office in Lucas ; , i aintai hat the Ar stusdnet salle ‘Arr.
= For - Hoveea, Cattle. AMules: Don-| Street on Friday 23rd June, 1950, at 2 p.m 3. Applications with details of experience, qualifications, re- aide ae at ie rai SOUT tiled NY. Bidos
keys, Shee Pigs, Poult d a »ndati g cic. si 5 did no vant arms for aggression | 38 “RBYFJO! " }
ae mae. i poultry a B37 CARRINGTON & SEALY, } commend ations cc. should be forwarded to reach the Director of and to insist that they shouid ARREST MONKS \ Oe a Mey Fy i
Bruce Weatherhead Lid. Solleitars, Ri ) Works, Dominica, not later than 15th July, 1950. themselves decide on the weapons | {
21.6.50—3n. .6.50.—lin j 22.6.50-—2 ‘ | 4 LL serena ey nian
22. —2n,|they require The Arab States BUDAPEST, June 21 See
' > ; 1d ;
hes DUNHILL, LONG LAST- WORTHING (NEAR CACRABANK er recueet the United Nations | The Hungarian Ministry = ‘, Soieirkoinen CANADIAN SERVICE
NG—6 to a Booklet. 15 cents a book. > ‘1 Charter and its obligations ana/| Interior today announce the , ‘ i
KNIGHTS DRUG STORES. HOTEL) CHRIST CHURCY s ' Y acon item t Sails Sanity Arrives
oe Modern fully furnished chalet in. pri- { noted the assurances that Britain,; arrest of five Franciscan Monks: Name of Ship Montreal Walit
22.6:50.—2n. | vate estate standing in half an. act ef OFFICIAL NOTICE| OFFICIAL NCTICE jFrance and the United States had | end seven villagers on charges ol “ALCOA PURITAN a cu
NEEDLES for your record player. . .| ©! well kept and laid out gardens—on no intention of interfering in the; organising an anti-Government ate ’ May 20th June orf June 18th
#11 kinds including Ruby and Sapphire] "inte from sea and beautiful sandy | BARBADOS BARBADOS ternal affairs of the / A coin a tration in frent of a chureh 8 oALBOR ext itiee Tune" oth June 12th June 22nd.
semi-permanent needles to pla 1| bathing beach IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF internal affairs of the Arab coun-! demonstration in front o ureh | ss. “ALCOA PILGRIM" June 23rd June 26th July 6th
thousand recordings. play several) ‘The house contains large living roows, * CAPPRAL : FOP PEAL tries.—Reuter in Heves in northern Hungary. ; NORTHBOUND
a DAnis & CO., LTD. dining room, two bedrooms to which an (Equitable Jurisdiction) (Equitable Jurisdiction) Among those art sted was the Arie.
2%4.5.50—t.f.n Bane Poe can be added % desired PETER NIGEL HUAN JOHNSON local France an Superior, who is S.S. “ALCOA PENNANT" June 18th ‘or St. John, Montreal and St. Lawren
— ed bathroom with tub bath and CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS Plaintitt charged with preaching an anti- Rica . jee
‘ 1 a 7 OO y ie er Ports,
NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Frank| shower (hot and cold water) and built Plaintift MAUDE ETHELINE ST. CLAIR s Wi ‘e = peo 8.8. “ALC y ” 3 ad
Sinatra, Bing and all the rest. Come| in linen cupboard, tiled kitchen with CLIFTON HOWELL INNISS BUTCHER Defendant Menzies ill I ight egy Pease cds Ped vagir me ees, ade sa PNR PI Yat or al 9nd: Gh: Lawrenas” River
a built in stone cupboard and new Philco N pursuance of an Order in this Court o demonstr a - a °
nd get, but quick pboard and Defendant IN 4 h to d mstrate against the Gov-| «a srramrr J pt
a BARNES & CO, ee, pavitiinch, Roadiomates Taka lames tees dan in the above action made on the 16th oO Cc . st Is \ , | ernment, % uly 7th Phone! and St. Lawrence River
24.5.50—t.f.n. | larte arch verandah, all steel window IN pursuance of an Order in the | 98¥ of wie 1990) I give notice to sll nmCommunist issue —Reuter. These vessels have limited passenger accommodation
with hoods, steel French doors, large | Court in the above action made on the See Ries th Rpmigtng ote f {
RETREAD tyres at special eash| stone garage and sevants’ quarters with | iGth day of June, 1950, 1 give notice to ss - Teed ates A CANBERRA, June, 21
prices. 650 x 20 at $28.25, 32 x 6 at} toilet and shower, the house is tastefully | all persons having any estate, right or Gk tana’ Garroeyin tert oF the Pavan ot The Australian Labour Party ROMER ™ OM ere! TDF Can edian Berviee,
$38.96, 34 x 7 at /46.90, 825 x 20 at] furnished, the beds have both deep slces | interest-in. or, any lien or incumbrance | Haggatt Hall Plantation) situate at. Has re sit - 1s bs ork BERT THOM LTD.—New York aha Gulf Service.
$482.5 each. Enquire Auto Tyre Com-' and Dunlopillo mattresses, shingled roof. | affecting all that certain piece or parcel watt Hall “Upper Cutting, ine Dl pposition to-c ay took up the a ees
pany, Trafalgar Street, om a peranee. pene maecrs: the garden agptair pe Se piuats A et ae mart in tte eareh of Saint Michael and island aforesaid con | eesenee on the oe Govern-
-6.50—t. . age! + a y shrubs | of Chris 2 sland oresa cons | tg e 1 . » eight |mMen ) 2 Menzies t face
————— eens | and flawers together with eight coconu Lang re admeasurement one rood and SHA Gein Cid penton th: teaskamis rps toanie ‘dissolution ‘of Parliament “PASSAGES TO IRELAND TO IRELAND
STYPTIC PENCILS—Stop bleeding in- | palms, small orchard with lime, pawpaw | thirty. eight perches be the same more] or less (of which area cight and one hal! 7 oe AGn
stantly—-Keep one handy while shaving— | mango, tamarind, breadiruit, and plum | or less (the same being formerly part nn 9 Sa alc e portion of ne ne, Halt as the alternative to passing the Antilles Products Ltd, Rose.
KNIGHTS DRUG STORES —22.6.60,—In. | trees, wire-mesh enclosed lock up vege-| of a larger area of land containing by} common forming two of the boundaries | government bill to dissolve the Dub ic oseau, Dominica, offer poseten sg:
J table garden and tool shed, colassed | o@measurement one acre one and one] ef the said parcel of land) butting and | Communist Party. The Commun- ublin per M.V ‘DUALA”, next sailing, from Hoseau See? al
TYPHOO TEA — Delicious, Refreshing, | driveways and garden paths, will be | half perches: butting and vounding, to-| bounding son lands now or late of | ist Party Dissolution Bilt will thus 20th June, and thereafter about every thirty-three days. ~
Economical, Fresh supplies just received | cold unfurnished if desired. Attrattive | wards the North on lands saw or late| Wharton, on lands now or Jate of Vv. |! ‘ ss c - dus Single fare, £70, 1 lucti °
sche: Melb. pachkaxe.. Get yours to-day price, Phone owner 8316 between iC |of the Mette Of Menrtetta’ Augusta) Banfield and on two sides on the road | not become law this session. . Apply direct usual reductions for children,
rom your Grocer or Druggis' 4 a6 m 20.6, 50-—4n Walcott, deceased towirds the Bast on] in common hereinbefore mentioned lead The Labour Party caucus de- "
DRUG STORES. Bh GO0 mais.) OY ABS lands now or tate of Miss Adeline Yard,| ing to the public road called Mapp Hill | vs Phage =.
cpm lngihanpaanlaniirpntecnaiiesllarapnetesen feiratda the Seuth an lends of Ie itl bre haw euad alee the. seineeaar hath aad eae use # ne be \ a —— panama emsieapiasos
PLANTERS MONEY | BAGS—In real) Se Golf a8 Country Club and “téwaFas| bound., toring before me an account al 1e Senate to amend the Bilt, as ete
leather on sale at C. F. HARRISON'S 4 the West" on lands formerly) of: Felix | their said claims with their witnesses, | i{ came from the House of Repre-
Showroom along with other superior UB mi OTICES 'D Valeo ey documents and vouchers, to be examined | pan¢atives in : : nan Cheha mien An Oil without QOiliness is not
Teations ee Pa o ‘anc Ri an P Lic WV oe. i aot oe naw peu ae by m@von*any Tuesday, or Friday be sentatives in a manner “unaccept-
‘ ; ; 21 able’ » gover , :
en ee | Nutt and. bound tactring. before | tween the hours of 12° (noon) and .3| able” to the government. a a Lubricant , ae
* PIPESLDunhill, Parker ana « laree ae ea ane mere claims | 9clock In the atterneon, at the Office ef) The Communist Party Dissolu- USE : ( wll
large variety of other makes, Call and NOTICE with their witnesses, documents and baal ae tha Botan Ronse aries en, oe tion Bill will be again submitted in G Wena OILS
a rices aver - 7 ic . , ~1y : . ses
KNIGHTS DRUG STORES 22.6.50--2n vouchers, = be ; roa ae Soe in| fore the 30th day of August, 1950, in order | its present form at the next ses-
; ‘ i uesday, or Frida r >| the ns F , : ; ‘PRA GH "pees
THERM PARISH OF ST. ANDREW hours af 12 (noon) end § o'clock in the| frat cuch latins may be ranked accord: |sion and if the Senate again FOR INCREASED OTLINESS,
OMETERS — High temperature] TENDERS will be received by the | atternooa, at the Office of the Clerk | ¥; ofterwine arity rereo’ | jects it, the Prime Minister has : mA ‘ | ‘eo
> r Ww reaaiv= , . : sq | Afternoon, at the ° s «| respectively; otherwise such persons will | JeCts it, | . , ‘
ane paiene o e ibaa pi up ig ee ee of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the] be precluded from the benefit of the maid | announced he will apply to the | iF GEORGE DOESNT LIKE’ CEN RAL KE OGOUNDRY LW
. “| Por a ‘ ‘ *e t Touse ridpete 5 . » pcree, § » depriyv Sonia Maen ekg f Be i 4 1
22.6.50.—2n. | Andrew Chureh Roof Act, 1949. at a | Me diss or kantanbers: aierete aaeien Brees Sd be deprived p29 claim Se Governor ‘General. for dissolution | P THE ®BOOKie’s PRICES HER Service Station me Trafalgar 4
arias | rte of interent not to exceeding 4% 75° en Agptcabe ara. te ne re eer eae . lof both houses and fight an elec- |} TELLS HIM SO OUTRIGHT .
VITAMIN B. EXTRACT—Standardized that such claims may be yanked accord- Claimants are also notified that they : 2 |
e * iste “indi, per annum ing to the nature and priority thereof | must attend the said Court on Wednes- | tion on the Communist issue, Se : — = -
by tenth Davis & Co. is indicated to Signed C. A. SKINNER, evectively: otherwise such persons will} @ay, the 30th day of Auguat, 1950, at 40 | Reuter. | ene
supplement the vitamin B content of ‘ Vestry Clerk. neo ees nS ; o'elouk a.t en) thelt’ sei ‘claims “an Me Bs" : same Goneah Mia
milk for infants and to reinforce the ‘st. Andrew be precluded from the benefit of the c a.m, when their sa claims w eens Sf BESELOLOIE
ie : ar ; ia ‘ sald Deom 1 be deprived of all | be ranked | eae ;
diet of either children or adults. It ts] 19 9.50—5n. i! eee niente the’ eald, Groeerty,: Given under my hand this 16th day of \ GENUINE LEATHE s— LEAF TE
particularly indicated for pregnant | m op gr against the said proper June. 1950 JEA'THER LOOSE LEAF NOTE
wr e %/- oe! a * a Chat janis also notified that they, ine, 199 oe T y cap TE "1
pursing women. | Price /-. Get 9/"Gaing VINCENT WBEKLY ATR) onimoy {h, ‘Sia Court on Wednes’| jo I. V, GILKES, The eines Mutual {i NOTE BOOKS, FOOLSOAP & LETTER SIZE
SRUGE WEATHERHEAD LTD eERvICR Mow makes possible idea! | Twist Attend the sald | September. 1980, Ag. Clerk of the Asst, Court of Appeal IMPORTANT NOTICE REFILLS & INDEX to Bach
21,4.50—sy, | MOUS at 10 g’dlock a.m. when their said ROB
Under one management “Jaimis We bt. ranked S & co.
Siar an | RATHO MILL TOWER HOTEL = | “!ain ii OFFICIAL SALE The Supply of Natural Gas Life Assurance Society
YACHT—“Oliveblossom” 15ft long 5ft :
iio ir ihe Hae ok eenien = eae St. Vincent Ciiyenguinder my hand this 16th day of is being continued pend- DIAL 3301
Winston Hassell. Phone 2959-—8285. 2 JUNE), ge 4 i i BARBADOS,
20,6.50—2n | Patent iN ES intasts' sec Mane oe IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF | ing negotiations. \ |
‘ aah] lerk of the As APPEAL
offers all that bv aeeses mania peat? of Appeal (Equitable Jurisdiction) i" The B b d . (hi . ( \
FOR RENT ful scenery, sea-bathing, fishing. 21.6.50-—“Sn | PETER NIGEL HUAN JOHNSON | he Harbados Was UO., EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL
ier 4 at Plaintitt ‘ {
$7 B.W.I. per day, For further details '|]MAUDE ETHELINE ST. CLAIR LTD, ‘MEETING GUIANA AIRWAY
= SSeS aes | ane Pe ae G. ROOKS BUTCHER Defendant
5 = NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue . - Baca
HOUSES Box 47, OFFICIAL SALE of an Order of the Assistant Court ‘of | NOTICE is hereby given ‘ES j
| Saint Vincent. Appeal dated the 16th day of 1e 1950, ; that an Extraordinary Gen- WEEKLY SERVIC ES |
BERESFORD near Maxwell Coast un-; 12.6.50—26n RARPADCS there will be set up for sale to the high- | eral Meeting of the above- {
furnished; 3 bedrooms, toilet, Bath, dr | ———. — — ~~ IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF est biddey at the Office of the Clerk of named Society will be held
ing, ning an xreakfast room, tchen APPEAL the Assistant Court of Appeal at e ’ y
i dini id kf. kitet ] NOTICE f A 1 th ) lam fice, Beck *
2 servants rooms, garage, running water | Equitable Jurisdiction) Court House, Bridgetown, between the | at the Society's Office, Beck~
throughout. July Ist Apply Opposite GS ASKIN CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the | {i i with Place, Bridgetown, at
22.6.50,—4n MR. ALONZA DAVID GAS , Plaintiff afternoon on Friday, the Ist day of Sep- 9 Fridg Ith
es formerly caretaker of “Retreat”, Pas- sripnbat ae rnb ee shan 2 o'clock p.m. on Friday,
BUNGALOW—Attractive and airy; sage Road is NO LONGER authorized . atedant. oy ALL that certain piece or parcel of land July, 1950, for the following
bungalow, “Moorlands”, on St. James! ¢o receive or accept any monies (formerly part of the lands of Hagdatt MR A E HUGHES purposes, Viz: ti
Const, near Appleby, comfortably fur-| for the rent of “Retreat”, Fassa@®) orice js hereby given that by virtue | Hall Plantation) situate at Hageatt Hall, é + ie I
nished with every convenience and} Road. Any persons who have paid any ef an Order of the Assistant Court of | Upper Cutting, in the parish of Saint is now resident 1 To deciae whether it is
fridge. Three bedrooms and Garage. | rent in advance, or who are desirous) 2° 00 a8) te tah day of June, 1950, ee ae ape atoreeaid’ conteindag in Barbados again and wil desirable to appoint a
Beautiful sea view from lounge.| of renting ‘Retreat’, are requested to} {iu “a r sale to the |2Y Sdmeasurement gne acre eight sn 7 Prete eS pert
Suitable for snall.family from abroad |. a teas teat wth we ALLS there. ell ate at 00 tae ee pe the }one half perches be the same more sibnavibal: deal: niotiaeaphid ar8 Committee of seven FOR FULL INFORMATION CONTACT
Dial 3589. 20.6.50—% | Rock, St. Michael, and to bring any) o° in. court House, Bridgetown, be-|@' road in common forming two of the or his customers. House Interior vestments of the Society
———$—$ receipt which they may now hold ween hous of 12 (noon) and [y Phe as ired by Resolu- AGENTS
. x s r 4 Owner ve : poundaries of the said parcel of Jand) as requ ao :
eee tr n Renate dan Hane ‘Sane A. Ge FS, | Soe Aga aN 2 o'clock in the afternoon on Friday, | putting and bounding on Jands now or Weddings, & Children a specialty tion of the 25th Septem-
‘oast. ow availa . A. “Retreat” the Sth day of September, 1950. late of J. Wharton, on land lati . i
SePmionad "excelent ten bathing, “two| 20.0.50—on. |i Sih day of September 1880, | [Tate ok 3 Mrntrany on tangential Fs ber, 1686, and, if it ts BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS
Aree Heer o ore Sec ee ae —— w= | situa t Clepham in th Pp ee of; road in common neremberre mentioned cane desirable, to ap-
, , 5 e Christ Church and island aforesaid con- leading to the public road called Mapp oint the 2n r : :
Tel, 91—54 Shae NOTICE |< oye hy admaesrurement one rood and) Hill or however else the sane may BOG es atom te Canvnitton: Lower Broad St. Bridgetown Phone 4585.
= = aeierh e cee: hir eight perches be th same more] and bound. . : %
COTTAGE AND FLAT rent furnished | Re the Estate of aM 1 he Deane being formerly part} And if not then sold the gaid property 2. To appoint a Director in = — SS SSS
or for sale together—Beautiful Veran LEWIS OLIVER YARDE fof #. larger land containing by} will be set up for sale on every succeed the place of Mr. C. M. SSS SSSR ES
Sa eat es Bah pavaga! ae COR ER BURKE) dmest acre one and one] ing Friday between the same hours until FOR SALE Manning who has re-
ea Water (hea oo one oO ie iif’ perc ting and bounding to-]} the same is sold for a sum not less than signed
bath rooms—Electrie Cookers, Frigid- deceased : ek ew Nene now-or jatet.4208, 6. 6 t = signed. : DO you
aires—Telephone 2649 2.6.50.—T.F.N.| NOTICE is hereby given that all per | wards { Henri Augusta | Dated this 16th day of June, 1950 a 3. To consider and if seen {ff}
SGLENRISE Erdi: Hil, § ahi Hee BOF loge Yards savers often ‘atcott deceased towards the East on Sal eat bas ! v ous . Cc tant Pl . fit to adopt certain al-
“GLENRISE", — ston in, St Estate . . a . a Miss Adeline lerk oF he Asst, Court prea onstan srati 2 . pS
4 ol Burke, Sarie@nt| {ands now or late of Mis a ae antation terations to the Deed of
Beas period. Avalinbie 3 bedrooms | tne Barbados Fire Brade—deceased |Vard. towards the South on lands of | 22-650. Sedtiainent recenmnend- FEEL THE
si t! Rockle ; ¥ country C and to- ~rinciple J Sa a :
to CARRINGTON & SEALY. Ghuret Tee ay who died on tse | Roches Oost on lands formerly of Fellx Principle and Purlin Pac- j ed by the Directors.
$0800 | Church: in thle: Island wee state ane ree | as ee bat now. of ciitton Howell tory Roofs covered with | ‘These proposed amend- DROPPIN: 2
| quested’ to send in pavticulars of their | taniss or how else’ the same may { corrugated galvanised Iron $}\ | ments can be seen on G:
FLAT — Modern semi-furnished Flat) ei duly attested to the undersigned | jutt and bound, and if not then sold the! 28 ft. span by 125 ft. | } 5 icati or
with 3 Large Bedrooms and every modern | {1 \"" “it. Straker, c/o Messrs. Haynes | said property will be set up for sale on (SE HABLA ESPANOL) appraé y 125 ft. long Qt) application to the Secre- a
Someones ae ee phone #278. & Grimth, Solicitors, No. 2 Swan Street, | every sycceedine Friday ‘between the 5, IVORE, TEAK SANDAL hed | tary. ;
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Sussex Collapse
Before Spinners

Worrell 5 Ramadhin 3
Dismiss County For 220

SUSSEX — 220

W. IT. OQ wkts.) 61

HOVE, June 21,

West Indies to-day finished 159 runs behind with

r first innings wickets in hand on the first day ot
ir mateh with Sussex, replying with 61 for no wicket
alter dismissing Sussex for 220. With 170, runs on the
board and only two men out, Sussex at one time looked
like putting together a big total.
Then left-hander Frank Wor-

ll, bowling above medium paee
making ball
ingly, caused a collapse, the
end a further fifty

wi s last spell took
seventeen runs

best of

(for

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wicket of the tour in first class
cricket when he got John Lan-
gridge caught behind the wicket
shortly after lunch. The opening
partnership had provided eighty
four in 2 hours, ten minutes. After
the hundred had gone up in 2
hours, 25 minutes, Smith was out
lbw for 55 in two hours thirty-
five minutes, with only 3 bound-
aries Charles Oakes and Cox
played cautious cricket, and took
three and a half hours for the 15u
to appear,

Then came Worrell’s great spel!
The third pair had added 60 in
70 minutes when Charles Oakes
was bowled in attempting to cu
Worrell, and the West Indies’
bowler followed this up by dis-
missing Cox and J. Oakes in an
inspired spell. When Parkes was
taken at the wicket off Gomez and
Worrell got James Langridge
caught in a similar manner four
wickets had fallen for 8 runs.

At tea the score was 178 for the
loss of 7 wickets.

\fter Tea

With two runs added to the tea
total Worrell bowled James, but
Griffith, who scored 140 as emer-
gency opening batsmen in a Test
at Trinidad in 1948, punished
Gomez for three boundaries be-
fore being bowled in hitting out.
The ninth wicket realised 28 runs.

After a hold up of fifteen min-
utes through rain, the innings
ended in 4 hours, thirty minutes
at 4.35 for 220.

Worrell took five wickets fot
twenty-seven, his best analysis ot
the tour. In his last spell his fig-
ures were eight overs, two maid-
ens, seventeen runs, five wickets

In 55 minutes before the close
of play the West Indies scored 461
without loss, Neither Rae nor
Stollmeyer was seriously troubled
by the attack. Stollmeyer scored
all round with his customary pol-
ish while Rae twice cut James’
offspinners beautifully for four.

the ove aiscon-



inn

for
h





run
five
and his fi
the tour

Stollmeyer, captaining the Wesi
Indies in the absence with a
bruised thumb Goddard, re-
peatedly varied bowling and
the attach of

ywrrell vy

vickets



ve f 7 was his

of
his
t easy pact

‘ gener Sussex

batting lacked ente
Jol

0k

Smith
ten minutes over
and Smith
two hours
which in-

Charles
a little brighter,
in seventy minutes
partnership. But

collapse against
Worrell, who in nine bails dis-
missed the brothers Oakes and
Cox for three runs.

Griffith held up the end by at-
tacking the bowling. He hit Gomez
for three fours in his 24 but the
innings ended soon after liis de-
parture.

Rae and Stollmeyer put on 61
in the last fifty five minutes for
the West Indies. Though never in
serious difficulty, they found fast-
medium left-hander Wood none
too easy to play.

The teams were: —

and



tw

te
pe 1 and of 84
batted altogether for

25 minutes to score 55
cluded only three fours
Oakes and Cox,
put on sixty

for the third
then “came the

an

Sussex: — John Langridge,
D. V. Smith, C. Oakes, G. Cox,
James Langridge, J. M. Parks, J.
Oakes, S. C. Griffith, J. Corn-
ford A. E, James and W..Wood

West Indies :—-A, Rae, J. Stoll-
meyer, F. Worrell, K. Trestrail,
Cc. Walcott, R Marshall, G
Gomez, C. Williams, S. Ramadhin,
L. Pierre and A. Valentine

This is the first meeting between
the West Indies and a_ Sussex
county side for seventeen years.
and the county had first chance of
a good wicket when Stollmeyer
lost the toss

The Start

Smith began



SUSSEX Ist. INNINGS
John Langridge c (wkpr.) Walcott
2 ry Peer ar
Smith 1.b.w.,
C. Oakes b Worrell,...
Cox b Worrell

Langridge and

Pierre and Gomer, with lett" 2a,CaMeryl.b- wb Worrai

" - M Parks c¢ Waleott b Gomez
hander Smith scoring the faster) Grifath b Ramadhin
before he was struck on the chin | James Langridge c
by a short pitched ball from b Worrell

Y : : James b Worrell
Pierre. Gomez bowled inswingers} Cornford not out
with a three-man leg trap andj Wood b_ Ramadhin...
the batsmen were never able to Extras b 7 I.b
take liberties, Seventy minutes
were taken over the first 60 runs
and to that time five bowlers were
used in an effort to break the first
wicket stand. The care demanded
was shown by Smith taking near: y
an hour to travel from twenty 10}
thirty, yet the bowling did not
suggest that ultra-caution was
necessary and some of the crowd
demonstrated at the slowness of
Langridge and Smith.

By lunch Sussex had scored 8:
without loss Langridge being 38
and Smith 86 not out with Extra:
7

. After Lunch

obtained his

wiSee

twkpr.) Walcott
1

10

Total

2—110,
7—178,

Fall of wkts
4-176, 5—-177,
9-208

184,
6178,

BOWLING ANALYSIS
Oo. M.
Pierre
Gomez
Worrell
Valentine
Remadhin
Williams
wil
Rae not out
Stollmeyer not out
Extras

17
22
12
10
25
i
INNINGS

wifacr

Ist

Total (for 0 wkts
BOWLING ANALYSIS
M
0
3
0
0

Oo
6

R
19
15
15
10

Cornford

Wood 7
James 4
Cc. Oakes 2

Pierre second



Another England Bowler
May Replace Bailey
In Second Test

LONDON, June 21.

England may call another bow!-
er to Lords for the Second Test
against the West Indies, begin-
ning on Saturday, in view of the
injury to Trevor Bailey, the Bear, They will keep in touch but no
all-rounder. | decision is likely until late tomor-

Bailey is not playing for Essex! row, Although the strain is not
against Yorkshire at Colchester | considered very serious, the selec-
because of a groin strain suffered} tors could hardly take the risk of
in the last match | playing a pace bowler in a five-
|day Test unless they were certain
of his fitness.

For this reason they may call
up another bowler tomorrow,
even if they defer a decision on
Bailey’s fitness.

treatment for his strain, Pearce
telephoned E. S, Wyatt, the chair~
man of selectors, to tell him of
the position,

In Touch



A selector, and Norman Yard-
ley (Yorkshire), the England Cap-
tain, are both playing at Colches-
ter and will keep an eye on how
Bailey’s injury progresses,

To-day, while Bailey received

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ELTON COX, captain of Rangers, receiving the 1950 B.FF.A.

Knockout Cup from Major Foster yesterday at the Prince

Grounds

Rangers Get Two Cups

ss Alice

At B.F.F.A. Prize Day

SEVERAL football enthusiasts were yesterday

at the Princess Alice P

present

avilion to witness the presentation

of the two cups to the Rangers Sports Club.

Before the presentation
made, Mr. Jemmott said that the
boys had a very successful season

and congratulated them for their
fine performances during :
period. He went on to say tha
the success of their team in the
Knockout. Fixtures was a very

good one and he was of the opin-
fon that they could field a team ir
the B.A.F.A., since they had de-
feated the Lodge School, who aré
winners of the third division cup

Mr. Jemmott also thanked the
teferees for their assistance in|
these fixtures, and asked the mem-
bers of the various teams to give
full co-operation to them when}
playing. He was very pleased with
their show against Spartans

At this stage he introduced
Major Foster who made a short
speech in which he agreed witt
all the remarks made by Mr
Jemmott and was sure that the
boys would give a good account
of themselves if they gained ad-
mission to he B.A.F.A., fixtures
in the future. He said that they
could help solve the problem o!
referees; if some of the member
of these clubs would volunteer
to do the job, for he knew that
they were quite capable SC
doing.



of

The cups were. then presented
to Mr. Elton Cox, who is captain
of Rangers Club. Mr. O. S, Coppin
then offered a word of praise t



was-*

Cerda Leads
In Golf Tilt

BIRMINGHAM June 21,
A Cerda of Argentina, had a

second round of 65 on the Sutton

Coldfield

course today and at

present leads the professionals in

the

mixed Penfold Golf Tourna-

ment with an aggregate of 133

At the end of today’s play,

32

leading professionals together
with 32 leading women will
tualify for the match played in
stages by mixed foursomes be-

ginning tomorrow

Cerda’s score could not be class-
ed as a course record because of
the use of forward men’s tees
He opened with a birdie three
and was out in 33 in spite of three
putting for a five at the third
and‘ finishing in rough for an-

onther five at the seventh



Hitting
Straight, Cerda was
faultless 32 He
putts in his round

his shots and
in a

had 29

long
home
only

His figures were 9} 93 BiB
4; 3; 5; 4; 3;—33.. In 3; 43.3;
4; 4; 3; 4: 8: 4: 32 total 65



C. & W. Seore 191

°
Mr, Jemmott for his untiring work Vs. Police
in the association and went or aici, ; : .
to say that he thought the best hel reezy 113 by Cc. L. Wood
match he had seen for the seasot relped Cable and _ Wireless to
was when they opposed Spartans ]°°0re 191 for 8 wickets against
and also agreed with the remarks} Police at Cable and Wireless
made by Mr. Jemmott and Major yesterday, the first day of their
Foster, Before the function ended, two-day match which continues
Mr, Archer thanked Major Foster}° June 29.
for coming to present the cups R. M. Lawless was run out
and also. welcomed those who] #fler knocking up 20.
were present. Cheers were then} Police opened with Brewster

offered and the function came to

9
10 fa close.



The Weather

TO-DAY

Sun Rises; 5.40 a.m.

Sun Sets: 6.23 p.m.

Moon (First Quarter)
23

Lighting: 6.00 p.m.

High Water: 8.40 a.m.,

June

9.43

YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) nil
Total for Month to Yester-

day: 9.07 ins.
Temperature (Max). 85.0 °F.
Temperature (Min). 74.5 °F.
Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E
by N (3 p.m.) E by N.
Wind Velocity 16 miles per
hour
Barometer (9 a.m.)
(3 p.m.) 29.911

29.955



_By Jimmy Hato |





|

AME LITTLE SO-AND-SO'S

and Shannon and after
by

was
the
stumps
scored

the score
was bowled
Soon after
after Edghill

reached 14 Shannon
Edghill for 5.
Byer who came in
nicely caught by White off
bowling of Lawless When
were drawn, Police had
31 for the loss of two

wickets



Russians Lead In
Chess Matches

LONDON, June 21.

Keres, (Russia) was leading

with two points in the first round

(
r

of an international Chess Tourna-
nent at Czcawni Zdrijo, near
Wroclaw, Poland, according to
results announced last night and

reported in a message reaching
London
Trojanescu. of Rumania and

Bareza and Lazlo Szaboa, both of

}| Hungary, followed with 1.5 points

ach Reuter.

THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1950











Lots Drawn: Tennis

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ABGENTINA S i : wie ibredon |
Lawn Tennis p ‘ Heraldo Weiss and “nrique }
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to-day ayei SUMMEK BREEZE
and Morea plays an opponent who will not be !..cw:: | HAIR CORD, 72¢
until the qualifying competitions end. | 36 in. wide per yardd MY
+} The first half of the craw
: includes Frank Sedgman, the || FANCY SHIRTINGS
Frontenac ycung Australian who is seeded|! 31 in ide
nber 1, Art Larsen, United]! "4-3 ¥ 73s
States, Jaros'avy Drobny, self-|j Per -ard wv
Yacht Race exiled Czech now in Egypt and i|
Gardnar Mulloy, United Siates. PRINTS) DRESS
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On Saturda | the calibre of John Bro nwich, tins eet
. t | Australia, a former finalist, Eric sortment of pretiy }
‘ : . Sturgess, South Africa, aid the patterns, 36” wide 1
F ve YACHT RACE etl 7 Americans Budge Patty and Billy Per Yara iH |
rontenac trophy which will be|-raipert. Talbert seeded number
saijed on Saturday will conclude 2 is fancied to win the title for
the season, and there will be pre- the United States
sentation of Trophies and Prize# r /
after the event. Neiss—A Hard First Round DELUSTED SUEDE CREPE
Handicaps and starting times} Argentina’s sole representative In Pink, Blue, Peach, White
are as follows: in the Women’s sing:es Mrs. 36 in. wide. Per Yard . C ;
- icraldo Weiss, has a hard round : a
= Yacht “a Flas } match when she meets one of pe iaidindahe lols.
- . the seeded players, Mrs. A Bossi, |
D & Peter Pan 2.30 Red Italy’s number 1 player. 2 ‘
: Generally it looks as though { }
D 12 Rainbi 2.33 Yell 5
5 eee koe k ee oo | Frank Sedgman and Billy Tal- : !
D 10 Van Thorndyke 234 Red bert the numbers 1 and 2 seeds ” 4
D 9 Olive Blosson 237 Yellow} Will have tough fights if they are J
<< —$ to reach the final.
o ; Sot $30. Rad The seeding of 15 players — 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
D7 Sinbad gee 2 Ita y's Cucelli was the sixteenth
a -| but scratched and a new seeding _
oe met. 240 Yellow} WS not given—certainly keeps
the topnotch players apart.
I 8 Skippy While there are no outstanding
19 Dauntless 2.42 _Red games for the first round, there
I 6 Eagle 243 Yellow] Will be plenty to interest the fans
7 : next Monday.
ee osey Hen Sedgman’s likely quarter final
I 7 Mohawk 244 Red opponent may be the 26-year-old
I 12 Dawn Fred Kovaleski of the United
C 9 Folly 247 Yellow) States but Jaroslav Drobny, last Casson
a year’s runner-up Art Larsen and e
> 2 Scam ar s 5 oy
1 4 Cotati 248. Red Gardnar _, Mulloy all figure in
I 18 Clytie Kovaleski’s quarter. i
C11 Magwin Mulloy—Interesting Match § Boby
1 1 Gnat 2.49 Yellow Mulloy has one of the most Powder
C 1 Astra interesting first round matches —
C 4 Hi Ho 2.52 Red with J. Palladi of Yugoslavia.
B 482 Circe Talbert has probably the more
C 5 Wizard cs F difficult half of the draw and if
6:5 ee 253 Yellow| he gets through, his quarter final
opponent may be Budge Patty,
C 3 Ranger 254 Red who has earned a reputation as
B 481 Fantasy 258 ©6Yellow|a@ giant in other postwar Wim-
-_— bledons.
B 3 War Cloud :
B 8 Rascal 2.59 Red Patty holds the French title and
“1h Moyia Blair is playing in form which suggests
B 9 Okapi 3.00 Yellow{ he will go far at Wimbledon.
a es , Talbert also has Eric Sturgess,
2 2 Resolute 2.03 Red the South African champion,
BS Mischief John Bromwich, Geoff Brown,
and Victor Seixas to get past.
N.B. No change may be made in It is unfortunate for John

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I'M. I flOHT RAKRAOOK ADVOut, Sussex at one time looked Ilka putting together a big total. Mt-handar Frank Wor rail, i KM %  < medium pas* %  i : %  %  %  I I %  I Itiitoui %  %  Wi .n the absence wttb %  varied his bow %  I batting l.uki • John IdiieiidEe and Smith %  two bouts S8 minutes to wore 55. which lni hided only throe (ours. Charles %  itttla brigatar, put on sixty In sivem> minutes for the third parloaraatp But than 'came ih collapse against Worrell, who in nine balls dismissed the brothers 11 Cox for lliiv. Griffith held up the end by attactdOJJ thi bowllnj Ha bit Gomez for three fours In his 24 but Ihr lanhiaji tasted paitura. BUI 'Hi 'il in the last minutai for the West Indies. ThotiKh never in serious difficulty, they found fasli IfKMT Wmid non** IIHI e;is> lo I'i.i;The teams were: — Swsaex John l-inpridB' 1 i) v smith, c Oakaa. G. Cox, James Langrtdaa, J M Parks. J Oaken, S C. (.ninth. J Comi indW, Wood West ladle* A Ret .1 Stollmeyer. F. Worrell. K C Wale.it t. If Marshall. Camcz. V Williams. S Ramadh I Plane l A. Vnlcntlne. This |s aaUni ba t wa an ihr treat Indiaa and •' 8una tountj .tiki tincounty hud nrst < nanca of a food W Ideal when Stullireyer %  nket ol the tour in Aral das cricket when he got John Lai_ idge caught behind the wickei shortly ufter lunch. The opening l>artnerhi|> had provided eighl> foul la 2 hours, ten minutes Aftei hundred had gone up in t hours. 25 minutes. Smith was out low lut 55 in two hours thirtjflve minutes, with only 3 boundcries. Charles Oakes and Co\ played csutioo* cricket, and took three and a hall hours for the 150 to appear. Then eame Worrell's great spel 1 The third pair had added 60 t r. 70 minutes when Charles Oakei was bowled in attempting to cu Wurrell, and the West Indies bowler followed this up by dismissing Cox and J Oakes In an inspired spell. When Parket w „ taken at the wicket off Gomez and Worrell got James LangTidge aught in a similar manner toui wickets had fallen for 8 rum. At tea the score was 178 for th %  of 7 wickets Mtr Tea With two runs added to the UM total Worrell bowled James, but Griffith, who scored 140 as emergency opening batsmen In a Test Trinidad In 1948, punished Gome* for three boundaries before being bowled In hitting oui. The ninth wicket realised 28 runs After a hold up of fifteen minutes through rain, the inning ended In 4 hours, thirty minutes at 4.35 for 220 Worrell look live wickets (Ol twenty-seven, his best analysis ot the tour In his last spell his figures were eight overs, two maidens, seventeen runs, live wicket In 55 minutes before the •!>. of play the West Indies scored H\ without loss. Neither Rag B01 Stollmeyer was seriously tiouble.1 by the attack. Stollmeyer scowl .til round with his customary polish while Rae twice cut James •.ffsninner* beautifully for tout The Start I Smith began %  the bowling of I'n i !•• and Gomez with lefthander Smith scoring the faster before he was struck on the chin by ;i Aon pitched ball town inswingcrs with a three-man leg trap and the batsmen were never able lo take IIIKIIII-'S. \eiily minute* were taken over the tlrst 80 runs ami to thai iini' Bva bo* used In an effort t> break the fir*: %  .s1.1 Tha i .indemand -1 was shown by Smith taking near!) an bow i" travel (roan twentj io thirty, yet the bowling did njt suggest that uUn-cai necessary and some o( the crowd demonstrated at the slowness ol Langrldge and Smith. By lunch Sussex hail scored 81 without loss I-mgridge being 38 and Smith 36 not out with Extra: After Lunch PtatTa obtained his second i MIJOI 1 tha 1850 BF.P.A %  the p llr Rangers Gel Two Cups At B.F.F.A. Prize Day SEVERAL football enthusiast* mn yesterday present ai the Princess Alice Pavilion to witness tha presentation of the two cups to the Rani;, is Sports Club. Before the presentation Cerda Leads In Golf Tilt attarx m INNINHN J i hn Lriari4gV C b m. ,, %  Bmllh l.b w b %  •kpr i W. : Oakea b Worn 1 :. b Worrll 1 M,h,. II,1 WofTri) *•?*• r W*ir lUmHlti Jam !" l-II.Sll>lf-r 1 -l. %  W b Worrrll ram*, b Worrell Wi-sd b Mamadhin Ealra. b 1 I b is rail at wkii i i lit. > m, • l XM %  nawmai ANAI VSI-. (I M IT 1 SS 1 rarrafl 11 4 ..l.-lllllW10 4 IS II Vlllliil". II 7 W 1 1*1 1NNIVOS IM nol out btrai ll'iWI.IM. ANAi.vmis O M 'imilord Wnoa t S ide. Mr JemmotT NM thai tiu boys had n very and congratulaled then. • flne perform.!!"period. He went on t. the success of their team in the Knockout Fixtures was a very. good one and he was of tha Opinion that they could Meld a team II the B.A.F.A.. ltDCa they had defeated the Lodge School. rho an winners of the third %  ung Australian who is seeded '.. %  Lai an Unitad m %  ay, seif...ii Czech BOW In Egypt JI' In Moica's half are D tlie calibre of John l'< I a former lln.i Sturgess. South Africa, ai.j thr I Budge Patt] Frontenac Yacht Race On Saturday THi: YACHT RACE for the FronUnac trophy which will be Bid an Saturday will conclude the season, and there will be presentation of Trophies and Prize* Her the event Handieapa and start: n times IC as folio -A BIRMINOHAM June || A Cerda of Argentina, had ound of 65 on the Button CoMAeld OOUTM today and U i ni'i.Vssionali In I'.nfold (;oir Tournaciegate of 133 At tha and Of today's play. 32 together ith 32 lea din g women will lllfj f..i the match played in %  %  rrvw %  aid not bg classas a < vause of at forward mmt't baai %  i w,iii %  birdie three ut m 33 In aptte of tnraa tha third %  niin in rough !I.I .,].eventh %  tralght, Cerda was home in a d He only had 29 and His figures were — 3. 3: 5; 3; 4. 3. 5; 4 11 U In 3; 4; 3: I I 3 4 3 4 32 tO| Another England Bowler May Replace Bailey In Second Test LONDON. June 21 England may call another bowler to lrds for the Second Te* against the West Indies, beginning on Saturday, in view of tha injury to Trover Bailey, the Essex all-rounder. it.,iica 01 %  against Yorkshire at Colchester because of %  pota brali in the laat match A selector, and Norman Yardley (Yorkshirei the England Can tain, are both playing at Colchester and will keep an eye on how Bailey's Injun progregeat, To-day. while Baliaj laoatveri I... %  bar treatment for his stra i telephoned E. S. Wyatt. the : man of selectors, to tell him the position. In Touch Thro will keep in touch hut lecislon is likely until lute tomorrow. Although the strah considered very serious, the selcc; tors could hardly take th playing a iwce bowler In a ilveday Test unless they were certain of his fitness for this reason they may call up another bowler tomorrow, even if they defer a decision on Bailey's fitness i ii [km C. & W. Score 191 Vs. Police \ reexy III by C. L WIMMI balpad table and Wn-l.sv vi for H wicketi igalnat Police ai Cable and Wireies* ol tha two-day match which continues 00 June 2U U M lav.'. %  ftar knocking up M Police opened .wiiBnra and S h a n non and aftm the score naehad 14 Shannon was howled by Edghlll for I, Soon after Byer who cams In aftar BdghOl waa m,ei> caughl In Whlta ofl th,. bowling of Lawlani When i ra drawn, PoUca ttad %  COrad 31 for the loss of two The Weuth Sun Rises: 5.40 a.m Hun Sets: 6.23 p.m. Moon (First tjuirirr ts IJghUng: 6 00 pm High Water: 8.40 an p.m. YEHTERDAI RalnfaJI a ...in... i nil Total for Month la Ye*lr oar; 9.07 ins. Temperature iMa). 85" Temperature (Mini. He Wind Direction (9 a.m.! by N (3 p.m.) E by N. Wind Velocity Hi miles „r hour Barometer (• a.m.1 29.93 (3 p.m.) 29.911 ItllSsiulls 1.1 ad III CheSfl iVIalrlirs LONDON. June 21 Keres. (RUStla) was leadui fl with two i ofnl In Hn Aral round .f ..u Intarnationa] Chaaa Tourna%  ijo. near Wroclaw, Poland, aocot Un| n suit i innounoad last night %  reaching London ot Rumania and %  and i-'/io Baaboo, both of •<•' •' % %  ,ni 1 TJ* N*... .followed with i '.points V^HSW, SP *"" Dl,p ,h Reulrr. 1 — Yllow Nil \o change may be made In era of Yachts without the Camn lltee'l iiermlssion. All OWnert, Skippers and Crew al>. Ill a > St-enna Record, Tj T • %  ( atixaial UIMIII J 41 an Rrnarslly KpraKii'S. U0 am Fmm Til Idilertaai, sio . "T -gr !" 1 ParaO •t>a.m Mri.-i. Hiai IM> HI La %  %  thtttit. in not R TSMI N---U HI • %  > % %  % %  Ita 111) pm. Profl u • in...i, ins i.il< %  .r. fin,... 1 nil i I.I. M M I II p HI. Kadii< Ha w a rns I, I JO p m. Muttl ii sine ' ihr Hanh, 100pm Th N*w* LI ,. II Ilnlaln. 11 pi" S|HirlKrvlrw, 1*1 p m Hi Its I. IM pm Tw..' te n m fas newi i is i l %  %  Doll Bsrvire, IS P m Thr & %  %  I I %  V.-„ Mr tli Tliralrr. MS ( %  •. %  ii,,-. MI pm praaramaas rnir si 6 i neasialh .s|.i.ni. 145 pm Hand nl \hr ThrliOnSBB 'I p.m. from In* Third Prow %  l> Ttw New*. ~ ID p m NcAnal>iU 1.11 tso p.,, CriehM raaori oa i SiiHti. T.J— 7.41 pm Talk b> iohi U'.all. 100 pm B-a... Nrw,il, II! pn lair in Britain. tJO pm Thr Hmli 0! Hia Fl.illiiand Hi. Ilan.1. Son p m riir hU.ivlril.,. II I. p n> lliii:>h Orchra. Hal Hualc, tm pm Bay', a Ut Kmind \ 1 ^i-nlina's sole rapn %  ontatlv* the Women's BUag'.eS Mn %  laldo Weiss, has a hard round at. h when she 11 % %  • %  !-I I % %  ie seeded players, Mrs. A Bossi. It. I.': number 1 player Oanarolly it looks as though ank Sedgman and Bills Tallurt the numbers 1 and 2 seeds II have ti*uth fights if they an io le.uh the Unal The seeding of 15 players — CucaU was the sixteenth but scratched and a new seeding WM not given—certainly keeps the topnotrh players apart. While there are no outstanding games for the first round, there "ill IK* plenty io interest the fans next Monday Sedgman's likely quarter final opponent mav be the 26-year-old Prod Kovaleski of the United States but Jaroslav Drobny. last year's runner-up Art Larsen and Gardner Mulloy all figure in K-valeski's ciuarter. Mtlllov—lnlere%tinu Match Mulloy has one of the most interesting first round matches with J. Palladi of Yugoslavia Talbert has probably the mon difficult half of the draw and ir he gets through, his quarter final opponent may De Budge Patty. who has earned a reputation as a giant in other postwar Wimbleoons Patty holds the French title and is plaving In form which suggests he "ill go far at Wimbledon Talbert also has Eric BtWgaaa lha South African champion. John llromwich. OeofT llrown. und Victor S.ixas to get post li is unfortunate for John Horn, the British junior ehampmn that his first bid at Wimbledon %  hould hnd him against Slurges flral round Special Bargains %  | M III ii Biii.t /I II.MK ioiti) "ie*. I In. Hidr IM r | .ra %  £,M raw i IBIBTIII . 31 In l-rt .r %  %  INT. • DJI 0AMBBW % %  surlmt-nt ul I rrl. %  .11. .II. 16" *.d Vrr Yard nil i -.HI. %  HUM i KtiPl: In rinli. Blur Nathi Whllr 3 In ..ul. rrr l .i j They'll Do It fcver IHERE AIN'T NO JUSTICE! T-OSE 3I"?DS yoj PED so uov.s^Ly TM...-.1,-1 SBSJ tin Miff oo Kl IM ai hoost or wheo >-ou irsvrl lot sail, uniform fftdiog for yuur baby. Kl IM it vi pure and nourishing-sod %  special proccsi nukes ii mote digeiiihlr. It t N tonveaicni, loo; >-ou mis ooly ahsi you nerd si S lime. And Kl IM keeps perfdr-wb, II. 12 S 13 6ROAD StRIEl Get the goodness of BEEF in a cup of BOVRIL MAJU yourself a cup of hot Borril when you feel dred or depressed You'll feel better as soon as you've enjoyed its comforting, cheering warmth. It aharpeoi your appetite belpi you to eat well and keep well. Bovhl puts beef into you. Drink it daily. Remember BOVRIL improves alt dishes and makes excellent sandwiches, too in: I 1 1 si 1 # OXOMSSI USE BOWRANITE ANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT THE PliOVED PROTECTOR OF IRON AMD STEEL GOES FARTHEST LASTS LONGEST One Gallon will cover 1.INHI M|. fl. Supplied in PERMANENT GREEN RED, GREY. BLACK and SUPER BLACK (Heal Resisting, la T.n '.f Imperial Measure. Thaaa n;,i; Afaafi WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. YES SIR! We have lots of I -i iul Items INCLUDING Tool Kits In Rubber Tar W SoekeU Set* II it kvaw. I M. %  li ii. %  %  Hoars ToUrold Sun Vlson Open End Spanners. Calipers Feeler Gauges Screw Drivers PMsn Twist Drill* (Htrsijhi l*p. ( xjlallloll lloril. 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PAG1 i 'H I HMlllMKls AllWH Ml THURSDAY, il Nl 2t JM t. 1 BARrUDOS^AlMMTi; Thllt.il.i\ .Imir -'I'. I S.VI III IP IIIIMI 4 \V\I\ THE United Kingdom Government Memorandum In the lintel: West Indus and British Guiana Suyar doIe*>a* sweetly reasonable document. But it can hardly be said to convince any West Indian that the United Kingdom would be "over,er strength as a trading nation" by adding 85.000 tons ol sugar on to the 640.000 tons she has already agreed to purchase from the West Indies at J guaranteed price. Today in th. :he people are now feeling the hard i iluatimt of the pound and the full blast of controls which have resulted from the guillotining of dollar expenditure by the Caribbean Colonies. HOD ..!<-..: %  %  thi WSl Indies have been lompelled to buy from sterling markets i> not fully appreciated. Taking $110 million as an average total of Canadian-'.. dian trade, in two years the British West Indies transformed an adverse balance of trade with Canada of $4* million in 1947 to a favourable balance of $19 million in 1949. It is inevitable that tinWest Indies must sutler as a result of such drastic pruning by Whitehall The West Indies appreciate the appeal to tighten their belts for the sake of keeping the Sterling Area afloat but they consider that they are not getting the best of thebargain. They an nut only laced with the appalling rise in the cost of living due to devaluation and restriction to soft currency markets but they are faced with the loss of the Canadian Steamship Service which is (in spite of the high rates resulting from devaluation) one of the only satisfactory methods of communications between the scattered West Indian islands. This service will certainly cease if Canadian cargoes to the West Indies are not allowed to increase because of dollar restrictions. In all questions of spending dollars there is no doubt that the West Indies are unlikely to sway the British Government in the same way as would the vested interests of the British merchant or consumer on the spot. The West Indies are treated as colonies when it comes to bargaining over trade matters. Their interests must be represented directly. Otherwise inequalities of treatment will continue. One of these inequalities was recently quoted by Mr. A S. Bryden when he mentioned that the United Kingdom had spent no less than $1,500,000 in purchasing Canadian apples for the English market in 1949. In Barbados apples are dictatorially decreed to be "non essential." Potatoes (now in short supply in Barbados) and onions could be obtained from Canada at very much lower prices than we are forced to pay in other parts of the world. Oats are totally prohibited from Canada. Nor can it be argued that Great Britain is bridging the dollar gap by these restrictions. Although Canada has facilitated importation from the Sterling Area by imposing restrictions and quota systems against hard currency countries, yet figures from the lirst quarter of 1950 show balances in favour of Canada with the United Kingdom of $62.7 million and with the British West Indies of $3.8 million. The British West Indies owe a great deal to Canada in the past, during the recent war, and today. The West Indies are suffering as a result of the enforced elimination of Canadian-West Indian trade. They have been disappointed in the United Kingdom's polite answer to the sugar delegates An effort must be made at once to find a way of greater help from Canada than the United Kingdom seems prepared to give OUR in AIM us SAYi SI4.AU M J.OIIAiiOVN '[{csparrh Al Univtrsily ftfcYge \,.|.. ...liv To B. \x. I. Dated -Mill. >l I.I Ol .....III... I 1 \ir*il Irnm l\K. nflui.il riiM'umrnl headed CommsnCm., MBit* Sui.r NriotUU.n* opporl Not*on the I nlted Khastfwsi lun an pMillon dated JO IMS— "J* thort. u; Iwued (V %  and I BM Ill, 1 the AuI rtraM from Australia'* "The Producer* Rrxl.-w" ml 15.1.50 Ihr oftVlal j..ur..*l <<1 the Queensland OBM (irourn' Counell. (General S*rrrtar>. R. Mulr — une of Ihr Australian delr. .1..... (.. id. l.K. i ul.I rudini Arlirle — KEH \Ki> I UK EFFICIEM 1 . • satul negotiation of the Sugar Industry Agie. 1-ulM in. the trail meliorate his posifull.:. MIS present* itself Muwvil a• %  iiia!.\ a>e..|>le in me ,..iniminitv in Jamaica wri. .iifferent from those in either say, Derby-! lence. la*, If our leaching was to have Us oots In the Caribbean, it was important th r f.tmation should be relevant, thai mild be forthcoming for providing texts ind fimilar matter 'or reference purposes D.V.SCOTT TODAY'S SPECIALS a COLTD. at the COLONNADE i eoessart that the In not be limited 'o J a mail tend '" tlte rest of the Caribbean. Plant, one of the pcopl< dilute** activities a but should axTo this end. Sn .ho had pi USUALLY NOW TINS PEA-NUTS TINS OVALTINE (medium) JEFFREYS BEER The breeding of ... n Important part In the planning of the InsUlute. London indicate.! • Aith the Director, visited the different unit? eUes real danger that in the so '%  %  .. Caribbean The obicct was. on the one iready done much .o increase strong representations from A on wl *>•>' InlJ • the latter %  ached would be prejudiced in favour of I H by the Premier and the hu s his eflnite part to play in the uele^tion accompanying him. u C1 .,. Ithe plaasTbett In J %  .'J"'/** 1 ^ 1 fo ^ '' %  %  %  '" the mill *~y of the Australian Sugar p.-odurtioi.. but 'h.it UM /enith has in the art of plant breeding The breeding of early maturing i elies will undoubtedly play an tm"It wu fortunate that the Ausportant part in the total plan Ml d the stalus of til that the Bureau Pi' State and that Ui > xtended plant breeding ad ,. ma in contemplation N lOaBI ahOUld be allowed to h.i, iie..rl> implementation mn 'The scientist and technologist tnei had a Industry leader of eu,u.il St.'' I'locedirre "That emciency is admitted even by those who have, for their own reasons, opposed the industry in the past Indeed, the growth and %  urvjv.il of the industry has always been related to Its efficiency bility to overcome the ordTnarV" and* leginmat" seemingly difficult ex pel •*. "The immediate implication, the recent eight-year London "We feel sure that money spent agreement M thiit it ensures a n research heightens efBclencv market in the United Kingdom and %  veatuall) reflecU in the and Canadian preferential mar rofil position. keU. for 600.000 tons of Australian When we look ir. letrospect on dl *di a .-ruling example of the attainment The U K did of efficiency through research V.'. as a people, have come to regard fj 'Mil llUXUn In America the nafv wni . ,. R roups. %  d in a research Vl the A programme is regarded as an s<;i. %  and the business f< lion i . one group repn Indi' ' %  afH annually The new figure means the history of the industry, think <asonable faith. The future of South Africa or the Colonies. !!. !" i w*^l. -rt^ the industry calls for less faith le of the ^merSSf 4 T cent "* lhan * demanded of the Brtl ,1 con' th thWvnOAn tons renulrett P" 1 "*" Th t l can he won by f rerccs couid only have resulted Un Auatrahan^Seeda the ikmased ,h PPcetion of will and eOlIn :imon1 -icncv. They are two qualr l ..tes. On the other hand. ]uota means for sugar growers a reasonably assured market, at home and abroad of I.I0O.0O0 tons of sugar enrh year. hlch have taken I road alu.nu ; so far along th. I uiih.-r extract Irom Aasiralla's "The rrodurrr>,' Kevlew" of 15.1.M. Airlrultural "Chit-Chat" by "Afromonist" With the announcement of the y considerable increase In the jar export quota to the United inevitably associated Kingdom it is obvious that the December" in producUon. su ar industry in Australia W ijy the production of this Increase calls again for a high degree ol i n uncy, firstly for the formuUiho'i nf plans /or the alloinment of the production laraet, and secondly for meeting the technical and practical difficulties which with the •bled South an agree%  procedure adi pted Lilian Delegatlor Sotiate (in advance of ilomeM ai %  %  Industry will ragai "As mentioned ei ment with the U.K other than Ihe price f. r 1950 wm \\ MII reached on the tvenin| of Ttt The immediate problems are have to get bubing of more land, and rerrunenta, ihe^miilerTand interert *'" ntuially mikkan In the g.owers in a combined efhmechanical methods of land Hearcsanej effort, make none ol Ifaen l "K MUperable "IViih r.uard to ptanniHi;. U irould seem lo be a preU lllnan tej) lliflt each mill area should be completely sufeeyed to find what co'.inbutio'i to (he increased production could reasonably be mad*from crlsflnp fioldmai, and from other .luifatil.lands arailable for assiannirm In rrlsflnp mid a'cai l.ii-.u from Australia The l'i...hi,-i %  Review" i .", December, 1019. The .ii (deration of the honouring of the recent Agreement aaaoM lo be a basic •esentlal. and it also seems that accelerated prod can first be obtained UI •rhare product %  I \irj.U 11..m Id.\ustral ian Sugar Joum.il ol 15th December. 19*9. i,. ,1 b> the Australian Sugar rroducerx %w octal lun Limited. (General SecreUry: K T S. Pearee —one of Ihe Australian llele.:..((..it lo lit.i K ulk.i Leading Article— KMPIRr. Sl'CiAK TALKS AISTRALIAN A'.RLI.MtNT %  it wsa leamed that talks were Md "" NoVenllHT 21. but no Information was naads ivauV able regarding the progress of ll.r* tM(}oUanoni until ibmimbii i when iii< A Pi Una Minister. Mr. .1 B 1 hlflay, .mnounced th.it th.Austr.iliari deiegiUon under DM laa Mmnln ol On '',i E. M H ui an .ii.'.. meol the Pr.*u "' ,h "'' '' : '' Kingdom and HRIIISH tOMMUNWLALIH M GAR t-ONFERLNtt. At STRALIAS EXPORT QUOTA "The delegation, representative ol the Conunanwealth and Quee ns land Govinuiient> and UM indusliy, was a well-baliinced team, and the agreement had onW been reached alter lengthy conferrii th,V K Dl %  Tlie l*iemicr also had a number isting of valuable talks with tinBritish IKMinute hand, to explain the purpose of the Institute n the other, to try to secure the sympathetic terest of those engaged in the practical problem-., ol administration and planning. Then leeward Islands Plans were discussed [or ihe forthcoming arrival of Miss Nora Slffleet • of the Research Institute. She was an %  md was planning to tiDdgcialo f estimates of national income for the Lepward Islands, Windward Islands and perhaps Darhados, A famous economist had recently said that an estimate of the nstional income was the necessary beginning of a serious economic study untry. In Just the same way as it was found useful tb have accounts for a business, so >nal income estimates tried to show the overmk position of a whole community Discussions had been Weld in the Windward Islands. Barbados, Trinidad and British Guiana In Trinidad, another of the Institute's staff. Mr. Uoyd Hi .lithwaile, a sociologist was starting a field study relating to community struHure. In British Guiana there was much interest in the possibility of a study of the circumstances affectnut the attitude of labour to wages B example, suggested that if the cane worker WH accustomed to a certain wage and the rate nM the immediate effect was to get less work done The importance of the whole labour situation was recognised and Mr George Cumper was already engaged In a study on labour productivity in Jamaica. It was hoped that results would justify the study being extended to other units in the Caribbean. 6ne of the questions being asked on many sides to-day was whether relatively poor communitii like the Caribbean could afford to put money Into research. Was it justifiable to be carrying out •studies of such a nature when there were so many schoolrooms here and hospitals there which needed attention? The answer seemed to be that anybusiness or community which desired to advance matters I muat be .prepared to strain to increase the educaI lU people. Lack of education was one of the bottlenecks in development. Japan had round, as had other countries, that one ot the major brakes on the rate of expansion of industry nd on social advancement watt the lack of eduction and the lack of know-how. The cost of educaUon and the research which went with It Wat the price that we. in the Caribbean. DM %  dtntaaion into the Inner circle where there was petition lor higher standards of life It might i ui !>.• out of place to conclude by mentioning that the General Electric Company spent, out of Its gross Income of *5 million, something like $15 illion or 251 on research. itralian delII been thai i Australia %  K eport i'iii;iini; nut nit: WBATMBM I'liili;/ out llm,l\ .Xair !! Wt km.... SI1INGI.KS SHINGLE PAINT GALVANISE GUTTEBING ALUMINIUM GUTTEBINC t.AI.V.XMSK NAILS IKON NAILS PLASTIC (tor >(opping holrj) WILKINSON & HASHES CO, Succcsburt, lo C.S. PITCHER & CO Uul 4.13. 4.72 & 4687 LTD. LTD. I'-H KUIIII STORKS -ii'Hepped up with the employment mier as leader of the Detestation Of .i little new | Linarea of great ndvunl.ige in Ihe ant, vrhich H >tii T In hotl supply, negotiations. posMhlc "At the time of the prep.n.itiii.s "Furthermore, it places the of th? report the final quotas itinl increase in production in agreed upon ii the hands of the experienced and African and thi efficient grower who is aware of available for publication Our ntoajtliifj the capacities and I crop production from ot land. Il* .'lit— it noted tii.it the i nltad Kingdoi did not convene a conference i all the ilelegalu u together. Ii the case of South BMSMI tha rjnltM Klngdoni dele'"' Cation held %  crioa of separate dl of the three ii tat ions of members .ire concerned mainly groups, vi/ the Australian deli i given area with the extent or the market gallon, the South Afrl. m delegaavailable to the Australian Sugar tlll „ aml lhe C( |, m,,, ui .i CKal olls Industry. Parallel leUh mis plan lor acMlerated production the miller "The relative position of Ausmusi plan lo increase his crushing tralia in connection with export 'cil, Wlthvui undue interfere nee quotas will be protected if South lelfh his e/firtenrp. This may InAfrica or the Colonies receive an .• re-orientation of millunexpected In u aaoo In Ota quotas SSSl*-s,iS but the sugar industry anticipated when the Agreement /rJ„ — %  %  •-%  •• %  ...t.^.i valve INK ( dOOl not belong to the null.i alone, and he must look to the over-..ll industry result rather than (it his own Ideas of mill eontrol. group %  :nprisiii(( repreaantatlve* ..r the itiitisii Wet indlaa, Maurittu and Kn. The arl doabdeas ed pi 101 tu adopting that procedure and .ippoars to have >ril> .it ,u.> rate the A.. i I 'us delcga %  Die Ul <.n Ii in agree men) with the United Kingdom before the other lolentiotu com %  %  "The millers' plan must be one implement total emciency. Unwilh Australia was drafted "Before laatn| i-ondon Mr. Il.inlon sent the following letter to Mr It on Muir and Mr H T S %  ui May I take this opportunity of thanking you for the eo-operaUon and assistance which vou have due prolongation of the crushing given to me as Leader of the AusiH-iiod; i.M.h wasteful Industreiian Sug-.r DelagaUon during possibiiltie I try economy, ana on. winch is not the course of the recent nesjotlanually and thK wUI orovuie tr> now hag total market icIiK-h ma) be foreseen, due oductlvtty of etc Whethei tininil i'.,. H that tlgure by 1033, remains to I* seen, but it is q the Industry to otilisec! fjra ffhich problem has long meiit whi.h hagreei Wen reached th "How ver, sA f^ol thai the In baa substantial ground for satisfaction with Itu u green nt Colonies Rrporl LONlJtN e going shoait costing British colonial gjvennnerits with 35U large new development a total of $1,120,000,000. These new development plans and In* being made In the colonies are discjox-d in the Colonial Territories annual report lor 1D4H— 3u i.isue.t in London. the rajpofft said that the Colonial Uevelopineiil OorpOretiOn, which is responsible lor many of Uu. plans, can Dorrow up to $303,000,000 to help pa> lor commercial &chemes. These include poultry fanning In Gambia, tlmbei extraction in British Guiana, cement manufactur the end of IttV.I. the iep..i: every colony had more schools and more ihihh.i; altetuUng them than in 1948. Each World War II more and more colonial students have been taking courses in Britain. Singapore claimed to lie the healthiest seaport in the East It* death rate was as low i-s that ol Britain. Cyprus, where the malaria-carrying mosquito has lieeu eliminated by modern methods, aj %  record low death rate. Mauritius claimed It had almost ended malaria Nigeria Is embarking on a Scheme fa B.S00 square miles of the deadly tse'se fly Figures lute these, naid British Colonial Bcega> t.iry .Times Griffith in the rept:. compare favourably with those of eerlaii Mulish Colonies at the tinted Nations Organisation. rhe report h-iki ahead and a*) achieving self-government ran he gained the rewardj are immense For the Cdlonlal people ihei. %  nil be life richer and fuller in every respect, for Britain a strengthen..) Commonwealth and Ba> panding opppi"l"ii >f u pro .nfwm.i :..,. ..nee, they still serve B*ranrnee relayed lo tha subscrlbhome useful purpose. •" Radio Distribution "It was Sunday afternoon, and Jay nigh; Bl my wife's bachelor uncle, who 30 ana 9 4S cnerall> t.perates u poulti\ f..rm. was llsor *nusic festival Of such, and tening raptly to a radio pro"hat boring music for such a long gramme. 1 remarked that it was a PW'od' Why could not these proshame that so many good proRrammes be half an hour or so, grammes were interrupted bv instead of one and a half hours? commercials. It quite true, that Buaet To UM fc'dilor. The Advvcale — Slit, It happens that now the flvo passengers to a sent Is strictly carried out. it has uncovered a .>,. ..,. wo nd that has been owing for .v." h"^ "i h "rJ nn 5,":'," %  %  healed. At the hour of 3 Mfe Thp Clvrk To ihe Editor, The -ldi.„.if.SIR.—I am quite sure thai "Fanplay" des nol know much unou* the day-dreaming customers that Ihe poor clerk has |. DO put up with dally. Fifi f them don'l bto* Of Alberta, to adv.se the GovernClscd out of hand, then the Fe.i.. ment o the Udand ,„ regard to al and Prev.nc.al (iove.nments of Oil rights. tseCOS U my Canadian Canada should ponder ir!u"lv friends and myself m be uncalled to whether or not fhei^"sSK ft r^ndnot In the belt of taste. help is really wanted or approciMr Tanner, not al his own reated by some of the lesponslb e quest, was good enough to spare cilirens of the Island the regular time for running the require and 4.% pay ,-ent buses from town t.. lh country. other rifty are either looking I we get u few buses leaving the come back, asking for patterns stand from the lower Green for TMtlng some item on approval to P 0 810 *North, in which the regular hour W returned next dtv orlookingfor ,nmo1 the tinie to make the la and bus included There • : Unc"le"john pointed the stei to "please every one ^ngers who are going as f, of his pipe at me and said. "Il i me time, but why .should 5"*^ !" own look like that to you. but those a dosen, (II there are so many commercials are very necessary lovers Of Ihis boring music In to me. When I get to listening to Barbados) be pleased for on hour a programme and ought to stop to and n half when at no I look after some liens |,i i' %  %  ,, %  || the lovetl of musk likiw;.lt/s (...• %  %  ,i' very hard to leave if someone diin't start hollerin' about how wonderful some soap is. But when that begins 1 Just snaj radio when he's in the middle ol a sentence and go about my business real happy." light music etc., suitable tor Bun• have M Ly nfteen min* kind of music. wh.n ire ri p. ui. .mi Ttici WM. C FENTY thesi will the Radio Ensf"? 1 ,n '' r na %  ii subscribers get a more i .of pro* grammes. but will not get into the regular hour bus even though there is room, hut will un.' of the buses gOlnjJ beyond Speightsti n. thus G s*olni hjrtnei to t*left out. and vary often when th,. botn bus reaches Bpeifhtstown. the bus winch Is already gore i %  'thins tor nothing an empty stomach s i it collector for house rent, et. it's no wonder the clerk*, head becomes i. Dfuaad UNFORTUNATE tTEI.K 19^0. of thi! Ur n* 0uni *> Berbados and return to Edmonton without any UlOUlhl ,.1 einohimeiit, to help. If member of the to the 6. 1950. A CANADIAN. s %  Tenant* PUHI To the Editor. The Advocate— i rent restriction question of t ^ephcrTo^ Eft !" iV^ force'ann r K epherd of the lack of acl)ve l0 protctI ,. nanls from ^^ ig opprsssed by landlords. With the advance of rent, daily ability MI h %  dvice. MCan i llan friends and myself % %  I tnal the Federal and Provin('.iiiuiiliim II. Ij, e been and rnu (! OM of he „„, legislators should rectify and thev To the Editor. The Adeocgf*--* Silt.—The somewhat lengthy appreciation of the oil 111 Barbados i. which shown that thi. alnrays moil ready to hsip, In any way they can. to further ","M •ail Of Barbados in paruri |,| h "" BS in gen.' people j Tlie Federal Government of OUtUndlJ ;,nada has already loaned one of exist *er get a vole from me shameful how decent d, who through house rents have to room and under the heel Land's End, June 10, 1950. 1 I be. I <-.r first member liUKED STIFF place For better ... those passetig, i meers of a debt collector or bailiff. Speightstown. I However, -assist in the construction of (he Hoping that something mav be that this COM leiD won l. MShepherd'. BeawoU Airport, done pr %  nonentity abUlty of Ml Tanner, the Minister If these men or anv others who OPPRFRSED TENANT PASSKHOtn uf 1-nd: and mlnei of th. I ,u.tiJune 20. 1950 KKilJUis DUNDEB CAKES—li lbs. .. CHIVEft'S RXD PLUM JAM CHIVBR-S STRAWI1ERBY* GOOSEBEUItY JAM PRUNES IN SYRUP S MUTTON APEAS I A It HOW'S OIANT PEAS DITCH SPINACH MORTON'S ANCHOVY SAUCE HEINZ 57 SAUCE CORNED BEEF WITH CEREAL HAMBURGER Steak ... DANISH TINNED HAMS I, H IBS. Each .. liture lo add a I of li YEAH OLO MMKVIII II.M. HI'.M to tin list each •2.12 2-lb lim •1 2-lb .. .< %  l-lb. ,. M per Im M .la .{• ,. bol .34 .. tin .3! .32 lb. l.2t STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO. LTD. CRICKETERS rCLL \ssoiu \n \ i OF SPORTS GOODS FOH 001 it l\s/>i < l H>\ BATS BY Till: BEST MAKERS BALLS BY MOST RELIABLE MAKERS PROTECTORS. SCORE I ;(tKS KEEPING AND BATIING GLOVES KEEPING AND BATTING (.CARDS STl'MPS — RUBBERS A BAT OIL BUCKSKIN & CANVAS BOOTS DAK FLANNEL PANTS CRICKETING CAPS ivlll be Pleaand to Serve You. DA COSTA & Co.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT GODDARDS offer these--JfkSpecials f-'or Btrouliftist VI M I \BIX OBAK M I %  > BA001N CANADIAN BOOfj KIM \ II) .11 ICE GRAPE Ull'IT HEARTS ~*i 1 *H*r.' t I'f.seBPAQH1 II il t HEKNE in tln MU VKllM \ I III I -I in tins Ml VI Itli' I. in unAM IIOR m in R ,ii Pkaa C MI i OOl JELLY, Bit WD s Bl I "I NCI ( l Kin in KnlUes. n on i *. si o \i; --in h>BARLE1 v t ,.M; (11 vmj) | bi.tile* BARLI I I nODB stralnrdl S \1 >IO\ IN TlrJS GOLD BRAID with u CROWN I.IM.II; \U TJUAIV II INS. %  VIIII..TS. I'.l I I ROOT, PORK FAT. III HBEB in BB —WHOLE TllM\rill-i In tint


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Till KSDAY. JIXE 22, U-30 BARBADOS \l>\"> wi )'\<.i Sacrifices Must Be Shared Fairly Says Subcommittee PA I I 1.1 tie* jppotnted %  %  easnYe to draft %  report on IIM bTeeta of th %  "tench coal and steel pool proi after meeting hare lodftj Mill initiative can succeed en), if n hM Ihe effective parti* :pat ion of Uie Trade Unions ronci rrssd natioruilly and Internationally Toe njb-c-mimiltee aUo reailirmed the resolution neisod by th Miners' Convention at Amsterdam in 1940 giving the 4uhoui working week as a basis for an internaiional agivemem. and it requests mat all necessary tnriKuros be taken to bring it into operation." The sub-committee's e*nsnunleue g;.vr two requisites for the approval of th e pool plan bv the mlnsjgi 1. Saeriilces resulting frorp the transitorv period must he shared fairly, 2 So must re-equipment and • t merit funds —Renter Bao Dm Goes To Nice PARIS June 21 Ba Dai. head of the Vietnam State, arrived at Nice Airport today irom Indo-Chma Ha M greeted by his wife, the Empress Nam Phong, his three children %  ad II Paul Hag, prefect of the Alpes maritime department (S theni Trance) BLO Dai was ^cL-ompanicd by Vietnamese Prune Minister Trac \ .Hi Hull, governor of South Vtatn m, Nguyen Trung Vinli. aitd Of St,.te Tuun Van Tu yen Dal left by car for the Chateau de Thorenc. the Exemperor's residence at Cannes. Hi expects to stay in Prance a month and a half. —Reuter NOW PAA THEGAMBOLS . . . *r 3aUu/ &&*** T a •*>> TiCKfrT .I3Ov "0* 1 —— CO-vD I aaasftvs *v .... M>w*ie %  .,> mm --.%  %  yo IfcOOM* TO*V 4 lions were going forward on an "International bliickniuil" basal for the release of Vogeler. 'Most Americans doubtless hjv, '"> sympathy for Vogeler ;in i his family." the newspaper said But can the United States Government afford to let itself be blackmailed Into paying a media*". Vai-ggyla ransom lo a gang of Communist robbers for the rUMM of one of its citizens whom UtaM scoundrels have kidnapped? 'If one such deal is PagJOtlstaa Bed Governments all over the "Iron Curtain" area will turn tr. grabbing Americans wherever they can find them and blackmailing us for whatever they cun wring out of us" —Reuter. France's Inflation Overcome Says Finance Minister PARIS luna 2\ French Finance Muuster Maurice Petsehe said today the country's period of inflation .ipi—im definitely overeosne". Wholesale and retail prices had been virtually stabQlaed lieginning of the year, he told the Finance Commission. Bank of France advances to the State were practically unchanged since January, ami not* tlon was lower by 2S.0O0 million francs than for the com period last year Industrial and agricm: duclion had increased I doUai dtoett %  Marshall Aid und her balance nf trade with other zones snowed a credit lor last year. Improvement in the balance of payments had resulted I unpoitant" increase in the assets of ihe exchange stabilisation fund and the Hank of I At the SBSM tune, tr ftp signs of a slowm, trial and ootnim partially caused by gtrtki IB ttM M'.u He said 9,000,000 working davs were lost through strik.January and April. —Reuter STOPS ROLL LONDON Large llns to stop rolling n heavy seas are being fitted to thi lew 24.000 ton Urllish linei •Chusan." The fins, to be tested 00 Uie ihip's maiden voyage in July, expected to reduce a 14. degree roil to four degrees The largest ship fitted with the stabilizing tins to date Is of 3.000 tons. The stabilizer consists of t rectangular streamlined fins lying horizontally on each side of the ship and projecting from the hull Each On is mounted on a shaft When operating the fins are tilted by a svrosopic mechanism. The forward movement of the ship causes the water to exert an upward force on one fin and downward force nn the other eogsblning to minimize any roll caused by waves. The llns ore retractable, and when not required csn be withdrawn Into recesses within the hull—IN S Court Convicts 'Archangel' NKI.SON Hi. Juna -': Michael Veiigin ik; "The Archangel' Joe Podovinikoff have bet guilty by an Assize Court, bate of encouraging niemUr "Sons of Freedom" colony to burn! down houses, commit adultery and run around nuked The defence snid tbi *en wife shoring < %  i and no schooling for children before Verigin arnv-.i in 1*44 a^ leader of the colony—a group o:" the Doukhobor sect group. Bui Mr Ju.sU.. J u i Coady said in his OBKrsjs to the |uryl If you cdtne to til sion that these two nti to promote the QOgrtJilBanea ol these practices, there was conspiracy". In diiUnl seal adian authuritie5. moailmi ol UM Doukholioi c..|..iiy it h near Nelson, burned down thai own houses in a vave destrucuon in April, solemn nude parades round tlic pyres. —Keulei jfsWO H e ry tjys and %  line i : %  %  agreemr: I %  %  i prod %  %  Simple .. %  i %  %  %  tee much ri'gai d %  %  .i ottei 'i ays %  i not 1 %  tannin %  en route b DM t s 'p.. %  '' nit el'M few hou 1 Pharagays, ii i %  H • in their II -INJap Police Stop "Peace Petition To U.S. Leaders TOKYO. June 21 Tokyo polka todaj bills posted In Vtftous the city asking the three Unitep In P i IMign agaui-t CotiununiiUc acttvher bt rtfan First was i. %  00 April 29 %  i M .i,:it..;ioti" conon al demo! i >, .M ei plo) meat all personi "who bavt an%  %  Hi.' l.il.M iiel> Tol %  ik Paoaana's Comnuuv M P irtj IIM Partldo del Pueblo I i ii.dleuglng the %  ptl-ne i move) on two leu.ii fronts T charged %  .. Ill) of the poo which the %  ubsequenl tetton ha>. linm based, and has risked the • UM t'nuit An tlpiiiiuii ting All enej Geoi i pinion to %  d< >r*e was not constitutional Ui aCbV lal opinion thai lbs Bupn %  BtmulUH i the Partldo lal Pueblo ii prei ung % %  ui. t lli.it nlnil down U i cords. A i i %  %  i/uie illegal, re.< auparloi upholding 1 re i acted I iprcmc Court. -INS General Increase in H.<„ 1'o.stai Business %  i.. gal -t"i nagoel postal money urder SOU ua lvtf rapori %  %  I in is** Figures for Btl bags were 7,008 in %  IBM iirental rroan naai IIU! sets exceeded 10)KI th. numbei of licences ivsueil heing i. 04 MM) | and telegraphic required i g its l'. t OftV 'IMI'< md i %  %  Kvlrcmclv llidicult The st.dTs <>( | orgi i Ireat Fir-Of IMS "under • p.O i tried "ii in ii .uiTcieiii buHdtnaa ol lha Clt) Tie new Uiiiding. the •lone ..( whit ii %  i %  %  i be completed m 1952 %  ii open during 1949 at Burisanawa and nduik. on the Brest! border, ai M.ui.ik.i and Kiiri.i-K. I rnilbo iti>-1 l ... Ha uri anrnrnri in UHJ North West DtgUfl %  and .ii PleM up the Demerai't Breai %  %  onvc) rome Idee of the Immensity %  : ni toleenphlc conunui M .i popuaaon "f MO,0Ou niximatelv 89.000 squ kit Men has isBnaa lha Capital Ctts. Qaarga (own. fr\lasn roaas Inland mail -ei. lei Op) rate BtUa factOjil) II"inini in.il i BJ i |i being the (;.., i nment —* mil Iramn and .'learners ami ll"pianos of II G Airways Ltd LOOK YOUR BEST Vnur hair will be handsomer by far when you treat it tc *VdM?line' Har Tonic Just us a u-,\ drops a day...then see the difference I %  uy a bottle today! t' Devaluation Affects Prices (Tram Ost -..—•.-• %  >. KINtiSTON Ihe Central Bureau -I statistics. J.,11.,1, ,i i sport ai the elTeel of the dot %  ( : i Ung on inipoitN and agports into snd from Jamaica A sliift m bu.vighl aboul bv the lull* devaluation of sterling and pine changes consequent 0B this ii.ti. resulted In pries fiuetustiis which are ieilc.te.1 in the cost ol certain principal conimoditie* ,,t\ both the import and export r hani inipi.it %  nn bat*! ti."tor agenti and coal hsvs i 1 -cressex. while there ha" Oevii i drop in nrlcee ol srtiit. lal still goods, foolweai OOttOI B..t.r hit ir:, %  regecieii In some exporl itenv inchiding e irTee. gingi '. pll i oeoo. mm and cigars have brought lower returnj JMggaol m reaee In shown in %  Vaseline^l^ .IU..11—l—II M'. TOM HOME PERM 3^ Complalo Sats and Refille. Give youxaell that natural look *.v'.iS TONI—ueod by 2S million Arnericnn Women. Select yours now from • THE COSMOPOLITAN Day Phones Z041 -4441 Night 81—41 W orltl's I ar : .. • I Copper Mini* At Standtilill MEW VOKK • Chili L-tei to. Plaza, wnt j. i-i" i o aatth alu strike, the New time, reported I'lie struV has not only halted .I., imi stopped B oonvaj • %  M II. ..ti..iU..n o( %  . %  %  .l<< ,,. 'I ..• gad • I uai-k U> work. hut is attempting to settle UV K It. —Reutrr I 'ol ii i Move Against CoiinlrrfriltTs THE HAGUK, June 20. Tin* Inti i mlnal i'<>i.i i ..tit, ii-i". here. IIHIUV diHtdad to atari movies' Ua police Inetiuotlon only The ilrl II! %  > %  will show how coun'ci:. ids and dlfler arri 0l c>ml>nllini* stood to have agraad on iea;ulatlosui ... ,. H enaUonal poli e red n iiiatlons which will Ihe It i. Of criminal* and cut down costs. — Reuter "Soaping" dulls hair — HALO f/oiifteS't/ Yes."soaping" your hair widi etcn flnm liquid or cream %  h*pr"— hides its natural lustre with dulling soap filra. Ilalo — containa no soap or aticay oUa — nothing lo dull your hair*! naosral lustre. Wilh ,uiu very tint diampoo, Ilaki brings out shine mering highlighu. Its IragraM laOser rinsrs away quickly ia ass/ sand of water — seed* m> afm-riisr. Fiijaasr thai. lustrous, use Halo. Z{J/ta£foe4wt/u?om comes out in the flavour! *v*g*jr gssBsaV s*4**oo fn srwii. ffuni —lag ii*i*nan lanapiiii t*tiiumm Am*mm aasSM aas* pmH ml? HaU (IMI aar mi aarirsf >sSMa. HJHQ. reveals Ihe fcU.ei beauiv uf \o.r hair %  .' %  %  ir. T Why. pure h t jj/n and butter— i-ncethat i has made lluntley and Palmers famous the H v llliasllnjgj boo .frosB %  liwioualy-fiJIed < .istard Oraagai' and Koadinff, fjreamo '. U Slicirtraie'... all ovon-lrc*b,araaNl in tine and | fcb. Frtahpok* KUNTLEY& PALMERS BISCUITS Paid to Brink LONDON. Jura20. scuon nrm iheld on (June 24) at | ; %  1 LondOfl M* Connor 1 .1 M winiiiei beer and alt %  ilhin tin y..tnl. .ii. good for men's boolos and souls in Uwful b these .ile-quaffing ago. the wtwhtsj lo *2S a IIUBBUCKS mMMNT GREEN No. 112 ii. Qpsssna I.UI-." !• ts