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AT LORD’

WI. SCORE FIRST
TEST WIN IN U.K:
W.l. 326 and (for 6 wkts.) 425

England 151 and 274

E. L. COZIER.
LORD'S GROUND, Lon ion, June 29
"THE WEST INDIES have beaten England a
Lord’s. This bald statement is as much as |
can do in the moment of celebrations With dozens i
of jubilant West Indians all around me drimkine
“Gold Braid.’’ My bottle, mind you.

For this story IT long for the “muse ef fire that would
ascent the brightest heaven of invention.” Lord’s is
certainly “a stage for princes to act and monarchs to be
hold the swilling scene’—and today saw ‘he final curtail
of the most sweeping scene in which West Indian cricket
ers have ever starred













S. Koreans Hold
55-Mile Line

TOKYO, June 29.
E SOUTH KOREANS are now holding o line running
55 miles around the Haw River from the China Sea to
the junction of the Pukhan River thence to Chunchon 61
miles northeast of Seoul across te the east coast jn the
Vicinity of Kaeegnung.

* Top army officials in) Wash-

, ington ré garded the position as
M. eA th | still “wather fluid” but saia that
a r ur general: the of the

morale

» |South Korean forces was _ fair
Flies To Korea {and had improved considerably

in areas where there was evi-

rsrniecleecopuie cieuvbensiasmsaniedpaliepeheniheeijaiadaghiianaienesilanii
Mi ume

dence of American air support.
By ROY Mac CARTNEY | Yt was learned on highest au-
TOKYO, June 29. | thority that there had been no
General Douglas MacArthur,’ request from General MacArthur
to-day flew to Korea, in a dram- | to use American combat troops

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atic bid to make ~@ first ‘hand | iv Korea.

stvategi¢ appraisal of the measures The only American ground
necessary to stem the Contmunist | forces which have been sent
onrush from the North, The situ- | {rom Javan ere signe! and sup-

























¢ Particular satisfaction wi and in his seventh over at iw
ation has’ many parallels with | ply | a vil use* come first to those who wowe for | broke through the dour derenc.
March, 1942, when he flew from keeping” units Officials here tunate enough to see tt ga to remove the bails

Bataan in the Philippines to or- | said any decision to use Ameri- | hope I have been able to bri Washbrook had not added an

xanise the defence of Australia| ¢an troops in action would have

against the Japanese. to be made with the concurrence
Shortly after Seoul fell yester- | 5» ihe United Stathe Be overe
day, General MacArthur sum- ; th Bi

to you at. home, something

thing to his overnight total of
the keenness and exciten

lid

vhich each day brought Evans came in with the score-
. os nee seg | ment Even more satisfying to th board reading 228—5—114
say heoecohsistineens sont aeact? | American casualties so far in f us in England—and | thine Washbrook had done a wonde
representing the British and Aus- Korea were reported to be three very one of us must have bec ful job yesterday His inning
tralian Press, to a secret confer- killed and twelve missing There here this morning—is that 4 contained three tute blemishes
ence at his headquarters in|iS no report of any Americans have won a decisive victory | dropped catches in the 90's an
Tokyo. The 70-year-old General’s having been wounded. In addition the face of a most unsympathetic }at 101. These were not mention
eye sparkled. He said “Tl give {three Americans lost their lives

press,

Never have I read stories day
ifter day which see so little me
tn the men who are actually win
ning a game Every paper i

it to you straight—I am flying to}/when 2 B.26 crashed into the
Korea to-morrow for a two-day /fucean upproaching its home base
visit to help restore morale and jin Japan after a sortie over Korea.
make evaluations.” Military officials here were

Outlining his plans for the trip, |heartened to-day by reports that

ed in any morning paper [I have
so far seen

This fact I report, not as a re-
flection on Washbrook’'s perform-



ance, on Which | commented yes-

ondon saw England’s 151 purely |terday. but as a sad comm ntary

the General conveyed to the cor-jthe weather over the battle line us poor batting, there was prec fon English journal. It underlines
respondents something of the des- | was improving.

: ious little said about the brillia 1 necessity which become more
peration of the situation in] ‘They said it would be favour-

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- nicetek . ee ¢ ae ‘ re ¥ wr bowling of Valentine and Ram widant » . .

“ ; arm. a THIS WEST INDIES TEAM who defeated England at Lords in the Second Test of the 1950 West Ind es tour to England, has written y 5 1 vident as the tour continues
ct tare Wil ke he hae um. {able for close air support and an imperishable page in the history of West Indies cricket. To them goes the honour of being the firsi to defeat England at home ever aa t food fielding was mor G ddard’s magnificent catch
brella, and we are not certain if should help the South | Korean since the West Indies were accorded Test match status in 1928. ie na a not a mere fluke “ ‘so brushed off by one
the landing fields will have any- ground troops in equipping and Bridgetown was bedecked with flags in honour of the event and flags that frame the picture above were all flying from the top — )>Urely the effort of.the two youn; moreoat newspaper as a bail
one to guide us, But I am going|*ePlenishing their supply losses of the leading business houses in the Colony yesterday in honour of the achievement of the West Indies tean |Spinners, especiafly in this match, gene straight to him whieh ac
in” ct TOWN Left to right are (inset) A. Valentine, S. Ramadhin, K. Trestrail, C. Walcott, H. Johnson, P. Jénes, R. Christiani, C. Williams, jnust rank aS one of the outstand cidently stuck in his right hand.

General MacArthur said he did TRY TO RETAKE (inset) F. Worrell, E. Weekes, G. Gomez, J. Goddard, J. B. Stollmeyer,.A. F. Rac Of those pictu ibove Trestrail and Johnson et bes a in the ene old con ; Noting could be more un

/ t it » -con ‘es J E Twe € c o v4 P s & s " . e a =

not want to dissuade correspond- United States Air and Naval did not play in the Second Test Williams was Twelfth Man it versus bal No post Just to a splendid pie of an
ents who wanted to accompany



mortem is necessary after this
Forces bombarded North Korean

ticipation Another writer puts
match, There has been no demise

the boll in his left bend, and t

am made to wonder whethe

the er't'es are really present ai

the game,

Ten runs later, Ramadhin bow!
ing With two leg slips and a man .

him, but this was an unusually

s fig “ . forces and invasion bases in j 1 G C W . \ ry “ , is only necessary to pay full,
Your courage, but 1 want to give [South Korea to-day and South The War In omes Corrects Webb's |\US Troops Mary | iisccot is vomebibe, eteoaa

tribute — te
your judgement a chance.” he |orean Defence Troops launchea

-" ; hn Goddard aad his team. Com
: Korean Defence oops launchee 67; S oe B u d ;/ vents have been made during the
athe General's demeanour was and ‘airfield, @ communiaie, Se) orea naccurake we ee ” : a ;

vurse 6f the gafhe, and some cen
confident, and he obviously was |General Douglas MacArthur's



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- “ ire has been meted out in par ried 4 eh Se Evans ‘worked

j rsi i announced. ; » 2 NEW YORK, June 29, | ticular instances rut”, Me fed him one just outside
Soman fromy thes vous Ge AT ec ugh et ae said B29 Pravda Version MR. GOMES, leader of the Wak tolls terete President Truman may be faced | It would be a strange event Ai me Jeg stump, Evans swung,
can “Mikado” in Japan. bombers raided Kimpo and the 9 asked today to comment on Food Minister Webb's state- | \V!'" Making 8 decision on whether which there was fio Toom Yor oritrey meatwo the Tenge of the thfigiders

Asked whether it was wise for |airfield in a softening up opera- _LONDON, June 29 as roy on heat a ¢ sana Mi ster ebbp's sta €-}io order American troops, as well |cism, but the overall picture has my to watch Rae hold &@ good
him to run any risks at this time, |tion before South Korean troops, Pravda, Soviet Communist party ment in Commons yesterday that “at the moment the West ]us combat planes and warships, pees one of great satisfaction pe ae wh head high It was
he replied “for 50 years they had |ctarted their push. American F.80/tewspaper, today published a de- Indies were not providing the sugar they had contracted]|into the fight to save Southern | Viewed as a whole, I have nothing | another maiden wicket for the
been thinking I Gan’t take care of fighters on strafing missions des- | scription of a photograph which it

to deliver,” declared: “This is the most disconcerting aspect | Sorea from Communist conquest, | but good to say of the performanci

Trinidadian and the West Indians
iccording to reports from Wash-!of these four and a half days. 1

cheered lustily. 238-—6~.2

myself, but I always have.”

alleged showed Mr, John Foster
General MacArthur's aide and

troyed trucks and aera eee Dulles, the American State De~ of these negotiations.

Two beach landings consolidat-























































‘ ington. A report from Tokyo said |cannot even single out particulat
al il Major partment adviser, in a trench in i Inaccuracies are perhaps de-Jinst some United States troop, layers for special mention. Every Yardtey Out
person pilot, Major Anthony ed to a depth of a few miles by p be cae Sak S > what i , fensible when committed by those has Hed 1 , nd i Jenkins joined his captain but
Story arranged for tle armin t h h-| Korea “examining a map of wha e : ; . inits in Japan had been put on’ 'nan has pulled his weight and if $4] , 1 {
S io 8 Of North Koreans between Chunc . deni » |:c whom facts are not accessible : » he the innings was drawit Neer r
the whole party. orth z A helled by was to become the fighting area ueul e Ss Ss | but aa ata al f he alert to be ready for action ome have been mentioned in des- hinge wis draw ng imexor
Shortly after d&wn, the sKlver {on and Samchok were s ners, | before hostilities opened , a hae oe Paar wank sat the Min Highly placed informants in| patches more often than others, it) @bly to its close. Yardley edged one
painted four engined “Bataan” |United States naval -* onj| According to a Tass message e 4 1 seh tt Se d be acquaintea | washington said late last night{1s merely because opportunity has } ftom V atentine at 245, and the ball
thundered off Hanas runway. her|who concentrated attac * j | received in London, Pravda pub- on ] ence | en - : = rye ea ote it no decision to put them in!'e:n their way. West Indians | went off Walcott’s glove for Weekes
exact destination unknown ad |Samchock and naval and grou? ‘ished the details trom’ its Berlin 2 Se is - _a staterns t fa ation Wal Vat hha tiene. Th was | rom Jamaica té British Guiana to snap it up at second slip. The
‘depending on the battle situa- units in the area Results Ww correspondent, Yurl Koroloy who r F F | indie et ul ‘ Ep ulaat f he We Iso said that when a decision was; 0d | mean each and every island English captain had tried hard
tion’. Correspondents believe tobscured by poor visibility . thur|S2id: “this revealing document ote oO ay lthey 1 SFP Os St pve Be vie Sueet iad er for or against, it}in between will join me in afand was giving us a sample cf
General MacArthur: will have General Douglas MCAT was issued by an American Pres is | oa ah ; GSives vould be taken by the President] vote of thanks to the boys and an |that Yorkshire determination of
three big decisions to make in his] flew back to Japan tonight ae Agency- in Berlin before the wa PARTS. June 29. | Sate aot fa aa i ar WW NOT himself Speculation of somel}earnest hope that this will be the |which we have so often heard
hid to save Korea a first-hand survey of the bate} tarted in Korea. F a tepaltin Dotter eee | ty lee ‘regard; ver with the West! \uthorities that he might act to-{ first of three test victories this|He had been at the wicket for
Firstly he must decide whether | situation in South Korea amid re- Korolkov said “A full side view re nee Ss tw “lt ea aie a m rs fits ; var De Ue ee eet ,_ | day rested on the fact that South- | year 45 valuable minutes but this was
it will be necessary to land| ports that North Korean spe@F-}cr ihe trench shows Dulles exam- | Mists ee ee Pas 0 ?. sey ly : Mai — ; oe Seb rn Korean forces, even with the } The Play 1 herculean task, and Yardley on
American troops on the Korean} heads would assault his advane@}i;ing a map of the forthcoming | morrow when ne ae oe te we 19Re Overnment up fF help thus far given hy the United 5 = this seuson’s form would searce
peninsula to hurl the Commuygist | headauarters at Suwon in the neXt} nilitary operations, lying on the} Dr. Henri Queui re is due to ae wy nl ; ‘ te states, have been unable to check Ramadhin bowled the first over|ly seem to be the man for any
invaders back to the 38th “paral~| few hours. 2 parapet. A highly-placed Ameri-|ceive the National Hane IDLY Mi Ww sp Fae eR pe ee he aa ene he Communist advance of the day, a maiden to Wash-|such heroic achievement
lel . Communist armour was only ¢4can officer has his glasses fixed on | 0! confidence to form a new Gov Rah ' Minie Fi ee. 3 rhe swift sweep of the tank-| brook, and Valentine ‘joined him| 245—-7—19
Secondly, he must find ottt what| miles from the walled city wher} ihe horizon. One of Dulles’ com-| ernment in the face of the Koreai 2 ": ay aa a SHINER... Ne ed Communist columns indicated|/from the nursery end. A very Wardle joined Jenkins and hit
South Korean forces remain to]the airfield has been used as 8} panions is standing upright in the situation, | i Bea ee B I. export pro hat the time for further American|:mall crowd saw the start but |a Ramadhin hie} : toss to the leg
delay the northern advance, and| American advanced base. FOUur|trench with his binoculars trained |, The 66 year old physician, who} 4u-tion up to 195% ction, may be relatively short. AiWest Indians were tall. cae . — n high
thirdly determine where a firm|North Yak fighters strafed the on the locality in front, the terri- | headed the nation’s longest lived | At the moment the B.W.I. are] Tokyo dispatch said that top | cented ¥ oun ary ae ci tell
holding line can be established to| field today damaging a Skymaster |tory of the Korean People’s|postwar Cabinet from Septem su, plying all their export produc uthorities there believed Ameri- Ramadhin had bowled si The two batgmen oh py Sie
enable the necessary regrouping! and wounding several Americ@® | Democratic Republic. ber, 1948 to October, 1949. last tic "to ine Government and. par. [can troops action could not be long feecutive wapie pow led six con- | guns and forced Goddard to mak
and buildup of troops. ~* soldiers. One Yak was shot down The American correspon-| night accepted President Vincen'| 56 thic ig peins : ne cov ielayed if South Korea was to bes iidens to Washbrook @ On page 8
The South Korean army had!by anti-aircraft guns manned by} dent's camera was fixed, on the| Auriol’s pressing demand tha'|_. i 3 ee a tT ived. Whether General Douglas oo cs clea
. 2 - . ‘ 1. ment to Canada at a profit =
troops, but suffered defeat because | Americans and South Koreans. demarcation line, the last stage|he resume premiership. Afte Masachid to MRR. anccher in facArthur’s dramatic flying visit
it lacked aircraft and warships.! Four Yaks were shot down in the preparation of the Im-jdeclaring that he realised “tht |. urate statement in Webb o the Korean front had any rela-
Now General MacArthur has both! during the action being fought perialists for the attack on North | jncreased difficulties arising from |y¢ (jes Gorn: iid “I jajes. | tion to his ideas on using Ameri- 4 ;
planes and ships, but he lacks ! while General MecAriis we Korea. the aggravation of the interna- | ,, Government h ae ofterai an troops could only be guessed
round forces. Suwon air field. e en Korolkov gave details of what) tional situation” Dr. Queuille said | gp ,antee ea . | at in Washington, but the very dis-
The Hague: hurriedly te inspect frontline | he called another “document con- He would “try to regroup all th toe OP ear dines tor noe ue oto ure of ale rt forces indi-
The Dutch Government has de- | fighting onlv one mile away ane firming the pattern of aggression | parties in the Republican-major-|m. eight years as Webb tates [cated he may favour stronger
cided to make Dutch Naval Forces |Seoul the South Korean capital|against the Korean people.” itv.” lir.m 1953 American action and has gone to
available to take part in ‘neges-|in the hands of Communist troops He quoted a Far East correspon- Though the Socialists have an-| hee 4 eA iaranter | the combat zone to see haw it can
sary measures” in the Korean prea! General MacArthur conferred] dent of the Swiss Neune Zuericher | nounced that they will yote forlefierea to date. | regret ver “« made effective
following the appeal] of the United | with South Korean President] Zeitung as saying “In Southern him—thus assuting him a con-|rm ch that Mr. Webb should hav: Persons familiar with the Mon e
Nations to its members to aid the |Svngmar Rhee. and Mr. John J.} Korea there is no shortage of peo fidence vote—it seems probable |1 o then latino mad ‘ ton, | day night Blair House Conference
Republic of South Korea Muccio. United States Ambassador ple who seek a solution for the | that he will have to do without! wien these | egotiations are a |at which the air-sea decision was
Lake Success: to South Koren The party ery serious economic problem in an | Socialist ministers in his Cabinet |e ry delicate stage ‘aad nade said that the question of em-
The Australian Government to-|etrafed while at Strwen airfield) ormed attack on the north irheuld be constrained orrec | ploying troops was passed over for 0,0 e we 6
day handed over to General Mac=|but no one was injured —Reuter. | Firm Instructions them.” he time being. The feeling was \ © a r . i
Arthur on behalf of the United - + pF | ked if he t | th t since the U.S was seeking only rl iS tana rl | a
: | : ‘ d if he wished to commen .
Nations two warships to be used| BRITAIN IN THE FRAY N W Tariff | French outgoing Foreign Min-|on the Minister. of State. Jon, [the limited objective of» rolling C
in ai » ree i | fi , : | iste 20 t Sct é said here ; te ai Se at enn he omm t to their
sia aha ee eet meee General MacArthur requested NeW age one | aot «tet oven elie I rel | = ee 5 Statement in the House | , a it sould cl c only
- : : _ § f } a) i 1 ¢ ommons yesterdas t the} er : : {
Bhoethgren and the destroyer) Linwtenane General Sie Horset) Pee Whalers lent rrumm’s announcement ont ¢f Commons yesterday that tae oe ental to tat nd ff Mutua
=e + Coe initich Commonwealth {South Korea, instructions to he important that thal he ri ' —Reuter {
Y, ryeve Lie, United Nations | Bri . ‘ | absolutely fi had been giver 5 ead - ~ —e m
S- OSLO, Jure 29 absolutely firm hi x a-aatisfactory. conclusion to the}
coreete bane: hes cancelled a aoe ce pl ag A proposal for a new wages! to the French delegate to the rar 9 net es + 5 7 : h | "
is trip to Europe ana is remain- ralian ters. . ae Mae oo } " I Set ar atic ve at they shouk :
ing hace to direct his Ep eo woe paring to employ British war-jtariff for whaling crews _ for th ee ee we ih gy atl perhaps take a little longer” | ki > Fi ds )) {
war Cabinet” for aid to th» Ko-| ships in the Korean operation. antares season 1950-51 — wps' added that ir part personally in| Gomes. replied ane mas ; "I 1 i
rean Republic it was announced | The South Koreans are std yesterday eae BSF ADEMU OE ty the military operations in Korea “Mr, Dugdale may very well] . 99 | i
today. He was also to have made holding the south bank of tne Sande Jord between representa have been reading the mind of] ~| | » Stoll | kK ) Ie ne
an important policy speech in|}aw River skirting Seoul and tives of Norwegian, British and M. Schuman said that what he} the delegation when he made this | sur ine \ »))
London on July 3.—Reuter. efter his frontline inspection tne Argentine whaling companie _°! told Dr. Queuille on the inter-}staternent. Negotiation of thi i
Commander-in-Chief decided to] the one side and british and Nor-| national situation to-day would} sort cannot be rushed.” | From Our Own Correspondent } )}
|give them assistance in holding} Wesian Seamen's and ANCCYS |) be included in the Premier- _ eh ; a GEORGETOWN Jure 29 z , ,
C the line by ordering B.29 Super- Unions on the other a ‘i Designate’s statement before th I * so cere wea tee pare A B.C Airway pl nae a ® 4)
Pie " . “take put” —hRheuter | National Assembly where he wii zabour = Ni.P enner srockway led the ing sloop surtine })
Canal Zone ives e eke ost snsce Nationa
ao 3 rath _ ah , gramr and other representatives of the! stot! anchored approximately 2(
bridges. This bombing ope ration |seek approval of his programn po z j Stotl : i }
a 4 reve! s 7 zabour Party and Trade Union ri off Wains River mouth ' ~ . ‘STIPANGC \
‘would be aimed at preventing | to-morrow La 2 | Vil f : , t f TIRE S
Put On Alert North Korean tanks from resum- INDO-CHINA GETS | ™M. Schuman added “T have najto discuss the approach which the| A relies vessel was sent out| THE ONLY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE
: ling their southwards drive U.S. ARMS AID joubt that M. Queuille will get]delegaticn from the anti-Imperi-|to tow. her in. A B.W.LA. plane! COMPANY IN BARBADOS j
J ‘ ! Genera} MacArthur appeared SAIGON, June 29 ; the approval of the Assembly alist League will make to Col the Piarco-Atkinson run whol A’ t :
i PANAMA, June 29 confident but gave no indication Eight Dakota transport planes M. Queuille also conferred with}onial Seeretary James Griffiths on bes © requested to join the search} w ‘ }
The Panama Canal Zone and) whether he considered the red at Saigon airport to-day—|M. Jean Monnet, M. Schuman’s|the B.W.1I. sugar question when| arrived on the scene about the ;
all the Caribbean area have bee bs hK ould hold on or Peet sere eo SUSE ate oe t Sct k 1 t} he B.G lar n
. . area nave “Al Sout oreans ¢ first instalment of American mili-| chief adviser on the Schuman{the delegation meets hir next| same time as the B.G. plane o ore i 12 «« ie
put under “modified alert’, United| whether American infantry an aid a Indo China Wast ing- jecal and steel pool plan. After-| week Wednesday afternoon Do not take Chances! Let US carry your
States Army author ties announced! would be required. ton reports published here said} wards M. Monnet said that the On his return to his hotel thi The plane was unable to and! Risks for You )
here today. The action was taken | South Korean refugees stragg- more planes, ammunition trans-| ix-power delegations tog thelafternoon from Lord’s dressing! owing to rough seas and dropped
because of the “grave international |ling southwards cheered General ie eeniit . een lorries! Schuman Plan Conference wou!d| room where the BWI. delegation| an emergency food parcel andl
ae 01 | g mission juipment, jee; torrie oo par )
situation”, authorities said, adding|MacArthur as he drove to the and artillery will be ent to!) reconvene in Paris on Monday |tad beer celebrating the Test] note ir bottle advising the
that all civilians in the Canal Zone|front line this afternoon to a Vao~-|ynqo-China immediately.—Reuter —Reuter @ on page 3 ] and crew that a_ relief t ATO {PANY WITH VERY
and the Republic of Panama have|tage point overlooking the city of iship v being sent out A NON-TARIFF COMPAN WITH VERY t
been urged to co-operate fully.|Secul. Machine gun and mor‘a he sloop apparently encount-| TPP ACTIVE RATE
with the United States Govern-|fire was heard as the opposing e | ere ficulties and anchored ATTRACTIVE RAT! yy
ment “during this period of {forces battled across the 400 yard n 1a pproves uppor i \
Ww rs > Haw River, the vicinity of three
emergency”. —Renter : h . aad |
r ectagil bridges telieved to be the key , i
a he North Korean’s rapid von- i ‘Lory E . yl sion: | Invest Your Money. At the same time you Insure i)
he North Korean’s rap! I actor uXf os 3 Aves r oa be é e 3 ‘
ARGENTINA quest. of the remainder of the r Ou f ern oreda S Y P \
TY ecuitry f oO ’ four Property 4)
RATIFIES TREA The unarmed Generali accom- Second In Malta ! tt
| pe db is sta 3 in the »
‘ Rites Sb. panied by his staff, stood in the NEW DELHI. June 29 the Sistth kesh cha Shean’ ‘ Pa EN SG Sere AL Ts 90
AS ,, June 2t jopen on a rise scanning the battic IALTA, June 2 )
Argentina has ratified the Rio! 3°, Fighters were active and Indiz t nnounced toration of the tat t ‘ ( ile : ecot reworks factory blew R 4 H M. HUNTE ))
; ¥ . 5 eV # ae has ‘ A ¢ A, tert Affair , toom 311 C \ mu ING )
Treaty for the hemispheric de- machine guns crackled as planes ccey ‘ t S e the Mn ex \fTal 4 n Malta where a simi {}
fence of the American R€put lies. (roared overhead in dog fights. ‘17 «| Counc I il communique Me d f+ exp on killed four people, )) P) tatior Buildir (
the State Department announced |blue of ‘smoke and debris ¢ e| ta et ed y i ( es 1 Buildings over a wide | (tt Sra HIOr} , a
to-day. The Treaty was zned if the north of the river where} tions to South Kore: that the present trouble n ecisit t ( the ut lta shook with » D} 4249 Branch Manager ))
at Rio De Janeiro on Sept. 2,|South Koreans were steadily nior-| Indian Soc t leader Jay Korea ea 1 third Counc ‘ t i ence of to-day’s explosior ) Fhone @o% er »)
1947. Ecuador, Peru, Boliy and |taring tt oarhes #6 ti 1} p t l ) , r et t j isualties (tt
iring the a aches to the ‘ i
Guatemala have not yet tifle As soon as} onference é t é tak t I eitt expl i} oan des Bia Se i
it. —Reuter @ On Fage 3 Re Reuter ieee eee





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T For Barbados i
For Three Months IM —— 0 Hatiiey - Very Regretfully
' Irs. H ( n| - ee ieee aa R. and Mrs. Joseph Gonsalves
t ‘ Miss Thelm a rhe |
= in ns atrived | . seen Taylor. ee who have been here for three

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rom British Guiana esterday eens e” » cure eI weeks staying with Miss Eversley | Ai a .
fterno 2 ‘ pe nu ) é ‘ ; ,

‘abet eae tie f holiday ‘in | Spend about two weeks in Bar-| ‘> eae ae oan

Baviedoe bados staying at the Royal Hotel. | turned to B.G. yesterday afternoon

aes : by B.W.LA |
Mr Cameron is Managing | “Mr. Gonsalves is with the Trans- |

Wirector of Bookers Timber Co., in} port and Highways in Georgetow:

Georgetown ! om and thic is his first visit to Bar-
far plan to spend their holi- bados Mrs. Gonsalve wever



lay on the St. vames coast
Mostly At Bathsheba |
q) EV. HUGH WORLLEDGE who!
RK is stationed at the St. Phillips |
Church in B.G. has been spendin

was here about fifteen years ago
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Prices in the free market



of us! Follow me quickly.” He

« holiday in Barbados, yesterday * Runes is eettine almost au eneted
; s tomatoes when i Rupert is getting almost as t ;
wfternoon he returned to B.G. by } oe -" te” checked as Miranda and wants to stay and dodges back through the panel into
is.W.1.A the. “Adyoce follows: || watch the rest of the adventure, but the. secret passage and, with Rupert
5 ye uo . ‘

He was taying most of _the yesterday were as fe } the toy clown hurries back behind trying to a x oT ea
t i he rt Hs j up t stairs ie

time at Bathsheba and the last Okras: 2 for le i the curtain and calls him urgently, corners an t
i or . * Come ¢ , . shis- = n’t understand all

wo days he spent at Codrington Come on, you noodle,” he whis- turret, 1 do

College Tomatoes: 24c. per Ib. | pers. “Can't you see that 7 _ pants “Se * Why

Returning In Two Weeks sccount must the Psincess see either such a tearing y j

FF to join his wife in B.G. was

Mr. Jackie Marsoh who left
yesterday by B.W.LA



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Fy ores and their sassy 8 7.00 am. The News. 7.10 am New a

(cece wens cas hetsdiny visiting toe wage” eee me oe | Kor all white shoes—

(parents. They will be returning aan oe aT waladn. i eon
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ernor and Mrs Savage S SOON as the morning figt LAVISH 2 4 cali dels News Analysis. 7.15 p.m.—7.45 p.m. To be hs =
accompanied by Capt. W. Lambert A atieta ih eats een on oe _ a "4 announced. _ 8.00. mm Radio Newsree! : iP :
ettended the final Football Mate! t's ‘eis weed? z ondon’s Dorchester Hoteig* = |— ; bs r B pin. The Deiate. Continues, | 6.50 Ok
ay at peaweli, first thing st \ < : . ; Re t fi Wimbled 8.45 p.m
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Lotal Tezm, at Kensington yester sc ‘hse know was:— of Sir Bede Clifford, former [- —+—— a HAT TARERESS Prejudice. 9.30 p.m. BBC Scottish Or 7 BUCKSKIN
day afternoon What-is the score When they Governor of the Bahamas and of | | f | ; Ti iris who e spits chestra. 10.00 p.m The News 10. 19 p.m Mil, Canvas fy b E & WHITE RENOVATOR
. ae _ ore i that t st Indies id Trinias vie 0k actress From » Editorials 5 p.m. Sanc oi, Sons Aan ; WwW
Mr. E..K. Walcott, K.C., Presi. *" res + apa, Tete West Indies had Trinidad, and by Lady Oakes, f | ct 4 iuby at the Rite’ in a beret ac phersn at the Theatre Organ 10.30 HA “Le SHUWHIT
dent of the B.A.F.A. and Maj i the Second Test, one Trini- widow of millionaire Sir Harry te — —+4- shes t—} j roses and green leaves, and p.m. Music Magazine. 10.45 p.m. World In Cartons with Sponge
A.. R. Foster Senior Vice as heard t ay ICS Oakes. Guest of honour was | | | below) _ Julie Hulton, from Affairs, 11,00 p.m. The News.
President sat with the Governor to be fete in Port-of-Spain Princess Margaret : ay } ; pee Tie Canada, in a white pique bonnet ———= |||...
; ’ cess Margaret. Before theh. [~]— | 1 iho made im ehe doom of -flowers °9F9SO999999595995999 9999S 99SSSFIOOM *
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Sir Edward’s Garden have been fete through the enure 46 tables. The party was given tS he Today 4.30 Only . y
*; THE many garden lovers “é5t Indies last night jointly for Lady Clifford's daugh-, CLUES ACKOSS Sat. & Sun. 4.30 & 8.30 $
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ward Cunard’s home atsGlitter Se aad daughter, Shirley. 7. per cent. spurious incite William Eythe,
Bay yesterday the long drive w ie IB | Wag E Me? 5 Te Marjorie Reynolds
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They strolled slowly in small ing to the chatter & _ number of songs . “CUSTOMS AGENT” OPENING TO-DAY, 5.00 & 8.30 a g ;
groups through the spacious the West Indies dv ET a friend at Seawell yes- [3 Afi fate wy be ovine And rg “
grounds down _ the Cocoanut got around, Many res clos terday, who told me 14 t with careless rreedon Eddy Arnold, The singing
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Some sat down and literally this saggestion took the B.G. Governor, Sit ge 9 hel ih Your Favourite Comedian r
‘drank in’ the lovely surroundings, es proclaim Charles Woolley back from his) zs rhe fividend. ts cut 1 Tonight at 8.30
others grouped together and chst for the Victory short stay in Barbado However. 24. Burning question in 4 co: ae
ted as they admired the various . I did not know who he wa er Begone a | MADAM O'LINDY
treés, hedges, garden’ beds etc Arrived Yesterday ee we and TROUPE
; On arriving at Atkinson Fieid CLUES DOWN in

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fund to provide the Fountain + Guiana yesterday by
Gardens with an Electric Pump was Mrs Aletha de Souza who i “Hec

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Chaslessvho “wilt. be: 4: years)e)6 Mr. Malcolm Murray Singing “I FALL IN LOVE TOO EASILY”
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FRIDAY, JUNE 30,

Practical

1950

W.I. Federation Not

Just Now

—Says Chamber Of Commerce

A COMMIYTEE appointed by the Council of the Cham
ber of Commerce to consider the Report of the British

Caribbean

~ Standing Closer Association Committee
Federation reported at yesterday’s Special General Meet-

on

ing that generally speaking, they Were of the opinion that
Federation must come to the West Indies eventually. They
were not, however, convinced by the report, that that was
either practical or advisable at present.

The Couneil adopted the Report.

A conference of the incorporated
Chambers of Commerte wiil con-

sider the subject of Federation
from July lu to 12 in Trinidad,
and the aelegates of tne loca:

Chamber will be Mr. H. A. C.
Thomas and Mr. G. D. bynoe.

Mr. Inniss who Was Chairman
of the Committee expressed regret
that they had not had more ‘ume
before reporting There were
other details that they would have
liked to go further into. For that
reason he hoped that the committee
would be able to have another
meeting before the delegates left
lor Trinidad, so that the commit-
tee would be able to discuss these
details with them.

Finance

The Report of tne

goes on to say:

Committee

The most important aspect oi
this matter appears to be the
financial situation in tne Wesi

Indies, which is admirably set out
in the Report under paragraph
‘14’ which reads as follows:—
“The temporarily healthy
state of the public tinances 1s
in fact attributable to other
factors than any basie inerease
in the taxable capacity of the
region. ‘These factors include,
first, the comparatively high
prices till lately prevailing for
ihe exports of tne region, and to
Such other sources of overseas
income as wartime expendi-
tures by His Majesty’s Govern-
ment and the United States
Government, These incomes are
reflected in higher direct taxa-

bility in the region itself, and
indirectly in larger imports
which, at present high prices,

mean large ad vaiorem customs
revenues, It is obvious that any
important revession in the value
of the region's exports could
have a profound and harmful
effect alike on the private in-
comes and the public finances
of the region as a whole, Signs
are not wanting in the world at
large that commodity prices

may be on the tufn: this is a

matter of the utmost signifi-

cance for this region, even al-
though there seems no present
reason to expect a disastrous

slump. Should there be an im-

portant recession the conse-

quences for th eeconomy of the
region would be serious, unless
steps were taken to mitigate
them by means of special ar-
rangements with His Majesty’s

Government.”

Your Committee has grave
doubts that the present fairly
satisfactory state of the finanges
of the area will be enduring, and
should there be a substantial g>-
cession in the value of commoch -
ties, which is more than likely
over a period of ten years, the
Colonies will certainly be unable
to maintain snything like their
present expenditures, much less
be able to cope with the addition

al cost of running a Fedegal

superstructure,
Underestimated

Furthermore, your Committee



Gomes Corrects
Webb’s Statements

@ from page 1

victory with the West Indian
cricketers, Gomes declared:

1 hope that the Governments
of West Indies will be sufficient-
ly imaginative to realize the im-
pertance of the occasion and wil)

give the people a public holi-
day so they can express their
feelings fully, Sugar delegates

are overjoyed at the victory.”

Tomorrow morning the dele-
gation will pay a courtesy call
on the cricketers at their hotel

Next Tuesday the House of
Lords will debate the recom-
mendations of the Standing Closer
Committee on Caribbean Fe-
deration. Some members of the
B.W.I. delegation hope to at-
tend.

Duscussing Federation, the
leading article in The Times
Supplement on British colonies
dealing mainly with the
West Indies published today
says “an observer of sugat nes
gotiations during the past year
cannot escape the conclusion
that the West Indians have been
ponderous in the conduct of
their case because of faulty co-



\







consider that the estimate of the
cos. of a Federal strueture as out-
lined in the Report, very greatly
under estimates the expenditures
which are likely to be incurred
over a period of years. c
It_is felt that beforé embarking

cn Federation it would be most
desirable to first establish—
A unified Currency for the

area.

The proposed Customs Union.
The unification of the Putgic

Services of the Colonies, bqth

Civil and Medical.

During the preliminary period
before Federation, consideration
might also be given to instituting
the free movement and inter
changes of populations between
the various units in the area, as
this would enable ali concerned
to get a much broader under-
standing of the Federal outlool..

Your Committee consider that
up te the present time the st
majority of the population of the
Region in every walk of life, know
little about Federation and Yo
not understand much about its
advantages or disadvantasgys. In
fact, except among a small
minority there is no rea] feeling
either for or against Federation,

if the préliminary steps recom-
mended above, such as Customs
Union, unification of Public Ser-
vices, ete., are first adopted, then
at a later date Federation will
have much greater chances of
being suceéssfilly brought into
being If it is unduly hurried,
tnere is every possibility that it
may fail for want of adequate
preparation, understanding and a
lack of public suppor*

Indepenacnce

‘The most vital question in cons
nection with this whole matter of
Federation, appears to be the
questions raised by the Closer
Association Committee in Paras«
graph “12” of their Report. We
entirely agree with their state+
ment that political independence
can only be reached through the
economie stability and solvency
of the Region, Your Committee
are not of the opinion that such
economic stability and solvency
exist at the present time, nor are
they persuaded by anything they
have read in the Report, or by
their knowledge of West Indian
conditions, that such a state of
affairs is likely to be attained in
the near, future, unless further
natural resources in the Region
can’ be discovered and developed,
and means generally found for
inereasing the real ineome of the
erea, -

In this Report your Committee
has only dealt with the broad
principles of the proposed Fedeya-
tion of the Caribbean Colgniés.
We have not attempted at this
time to deal with the detailp
recommendations as to the Federal
“set up” and how it should be
operated. This Would be a matter
for further consideration. We
will merely say that while We
agree with some of the recommen
dations, there are others which
we consider to be unsatisfactory
and impractical.



Careenage Had
A Busy Day

THE Careenage was “full of
life’ yesterday, with schooners
and motor vessels loading and
discharging various commodities
of West Indian produce.

Far up the Careenage were
schooners being relieved of their
cargoes of rice, firewood and char-
coal while towards the Careenage’s
mouth were schooners Mary E. |
Caroline, Turtle Dove, Lady
Zoileen and the motor vessel
“Caribbee” which brought mixed |
cargoes yesterday.

Schooner Mary E. Caroline,
brought 1,000 cocoanuts and a
quantity of fresh fruit from
Dominica while the Caribbee, also
from Dominica, brought supplies
of eschalot, copra, cabbages and
mauby bark.



The Schooners Turtle Dove and
Zoileen were from British Guiana |
and Trinidad respectively. They
brought charcoal, firewood edible
oil and footwear.

ordinating machinery
Here is a matter in which the
West Indies clearly have the |
selution in their own hands by
uniting in a federal dominion.



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Lion: J famey a

A CASE brought by Charles
Pilgrim charging Lilian Smith of
Brandons, St Michael with
wounding him with a knife on
June 15 was dismissed yester-
day without prejudice by His
Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn.

Lilian Smith was represented
by Mr. Dear.

One of the witnesses for the
prosecution , Golbourne Lynch
said on June 15 he accompanjed
Charles Pilgrim to Brandon
Beach and went to a house there.

In By The Window

Pilgrim said he was going to
levy on a man name Maxwell
and he wanted him to help him
to do so. Pilgrim on _ reaching
the house knocked on the door
but received no reply from
within and entered by a window
at the side of the house

When he entered the house he
saw a woman sitting in a chair
sucking cane. Pilgrim askeq her
if she knew where Maxwel| had
gone and she said no.

The Weather

TODAY
Sun Rises; 5.42 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.24 p.m.
Moon (Last Quarter) July 6
Lighting: 7.00 p.m.
High Water: 3.19 a.m.,
4.52 p.m,

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

day: 10.96 ins,
Temperature (Max.) 86.0°F
Temperature (Min.) 75.0°F
Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E,
(3 pm.) E by N
Wind Velocity: 13 miles per
hour
Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.945
(3 p.m.) 29.888





While helping Pilgrim to carry
out some furniture out of the
house he heard Pilgrim said that
the woman had hit him and on
looking back he saw Smith with
a knife in her hand, and rushed
to her and took the knife from
her, He did not know if that was
the first blow or the second that
Pilgrim had received from her.

Didn’t Punch

Later Pilgrim told him that he
was bleeding from a cut.

Smith in her evidence = said
that she néver punched him with
the knife but that Pilgrim as-








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Overrun Majestic Lord’s
Lord Kitchener Leads The Way

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LORD'S, June 29

ACROSS this sacred sward of cricket when the last
kinglish wicket had fallen to the West Indies, swept wile

rejoicing crowds.

Leading them was gleaminy

black

1aced Calypso singer “Lord Kitchener”,

Right round the ground he went
in an African war dance all in
slow time. “Kitch” with a khaki
sash over his bright blue shirt
carried an outsize guitar which he
strummed wildly.

“Do you see that patch of ground

moving over there?” said a

cricket wit. “That's W. G.

Grace turning in hig grave.”

Wild looking West Indians in
aungarees, scarlet jockey caps, or
zoot suits after this victory over
England yelled “We want to go to
Australia,”

A sobersided M.C.C, official said
“It’s unlikely—in fact it isn’t pos-
sible, but I would not like to bet
on either side if they did.”

All threugh the game West
Indians had been gathering
strength and originality in their

applause
They built up their own steel
band—the native music — that
started in Trinidad with rhythm—
conscious Africans .beating out
time on dustbin lids, Calypsonian
Lord Kitchener was hard at work
singing impromptu words like
hese:
‘ee hope you West Indians are please
To see the performance of the West

Indies

Now that we are on the verse of
victory,

What's the deciding factor? Let ax
see!

‘“Waloott, Weekes and Worrell upheld
their name

With wonder
game

But England was beaten clean out
of time

With the spin bowling of Ramadhin
and Valentine.”

shots threughoat the

Drums, maracas and rattles
heve come to Lord’s —one en-
thusiast scraped away on a

eheese grater with a carving
saulted her, she resisted and
they both fell to the ground
Cross-examined by Mr. Dear
about the number of times he
was stabbed with the knife,
Pilgrim said that he could not
say exactly, but he knew he was

stabbed many times, He only
knew he was cut when he felt
the second blow burning his
body .

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iushing crowd onto the pitch and
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Friday, June 30, 1950



VICTORY AT LORD'S

A NEW and glowing page in the history
of West Indian cricket was writter yester-
day when the West Indies team defeated
England at Lord’s, It was not only the first
time that a. West Indies team had ever won
a test matchin England, but the victory it-
self proved ‘beyond any doubt that the
West Indies cricket had come to that full
stature expected in its Golden Jubilee
year, \

It was in 1900 that the first West Indies
team visited England, and twenty-eight
years later—in 1928 the West Indies were
accorded Test Status. Since that time our
cricketers have struggled valiantly but
vainly to win a test game in England. They
have triumphed over English teams in the
West Indies on two occasions, winning the
series in 1935,-and again in 1948.

Yesterday a-fondly cherished hope was
realised, and the day will be forever re-
corded as a red letter one, as long as cricket
remains the national game of the British
Empire. It was a stern struggle from start
to finish, and even in defeat England en-
hanced her great tradition for dogged
determination and fighting to the very end.

To have defeated England at home for
the first time is a worthy enough feat, but
to have done so at Lord’s, rightly regarded
as the Mecca of the game of cricket is an
added laurel. To play at Lord’s, said one
famous cricketer is like visiting a vast
Cathedral in which is enshrined only the
noblest and best of all the ages. And yes-
terday the West Indies added its quota to
this shrine.

A further cause for deep satisfaction
among those who follow the game closely
in these parts is the fact that the architects
of the West Indies victory were slow spin
bowlers. Right from their entry into the
bigger arena of the game speed was the
strong point of their bowling attack. Names
like Griffith, Martindale, George John,
Francis, Constantine, spring readily to the
mind, and are indelibly interwoven in the
history of the game: With the advent of
top class spin bowlers the West Indies are
rapidly consolidating their position as a
world cricketing power.

The climb upward has been long and
arduous from the dismal days 22 years ago
when England trounced the West Indies
new comers to: Test Cricket by an innings
in each of. the three day tests.

“Then in 1930, the M.C.C. Team visited the
‘West Indies! And the homesters won their
first Test: Match against England at
Georgetown. The West Indies were again
in England in 1933 and they were again de-
cisively defeated in two Tests while one
was drawn,

England came to the West Indies in 1935,
and the home team won the Test Rubber;
but back in England four years later yic-
tory again eluded them. In this series
England won one and two games were
drawn.

Two years agosthe West Indies beat Eng-
land in the West Indies winning at George-
town and Jamaica,

Now they have won at Lord’s.

To-day .every West Indian, at home or
abroad is justifiably proud of the achieve-
ment, and will wish them even greater
success in this Golden Jubilee of West
Indian Cricket.



OUR READERS SAY:
CONGRATULATIONS

To the Editor, The Advocate, :

SIR,—Allow me the courtesy ‘of your columns
to say “Well done” to our cricketing boys, and to
assure them that as always, whatever the final
outcome, we are proud of their achievement.



By winning the test match to-day, they have
not only “bearded the lion in his den” as the Eng-
lish say, but they have also “twisted his tail’.

But he is a grand old lion, and he fought all the
way although he must have known that his days
were numbered, ;

Congratulations to both victor and vanquished.

It might be a far cry from cricket to sugar—or
is it?—but I wonder if this victory over the Eng-
lish will help the West Indies in their present
sugar fight? Everything in the W.I. depends on
sugar, is one of the slogans of the fighters.

Even cricket I would add because the bat which
many of our lads first used was a sugar ‘cane,
and ‘the ball a lime

Sir, you must at some time have heard of the”

phrase—“A rotten cane and a lime.”

It is indeed a considerable distance from a rough
and-ready game in the canefield itself with
improvised bats and ball to a victory at Lord's
over England.

But the West Indies have traversed that dis-
tance, and to-day have shown that they can out-
play sometimes, the people who t t them the
game.

I hope the English players will take their defeat,



as is their wont in the right spirit, and proceed
to put their house in order for the next fight
Yours,

BAJAN PLAYER,

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AT THIS time when the down-
ward trend of Canadian exports
tc the British Colonies in the
Caribbean area is of great concern
to Canadians and West Indians, one
hould not lose sight of the posi-
tion in perspective. The annual
value of Canadian exports to the

ritish West Indies averaged $65
million during the post-war period

945/47 and declined from $82
ynillion in 1947 to $43 million in
1949. The comparison of thése

extremes ig startling but the shock
is cushioned if the 1949 figure of
$43 million is compared with the
average of $12% million during the
more normal pre-war period of
1935/39. y

The high post-war level of
Canadian exports to the British
West Indies was partially attribu-
table to artificial conditions re-
sulting from the abnormal disposi-
tion .of supplies, depleted in-
tventories and the limitation of
transportation, Thus the adjust-
ment cf trade levels in latter
years iv in part due to the re-
solving of these problems and not
entirely to the imposition of cur.
rency controls, This ig litthe com-
fort to the individual Canadian
exporter whose particular product
has been entirely cut off frorg that
market by currency control
measures.

Another feature contributing to
the decline in Canadian exports to
the British West Indies has been
the decline in general business
resulting from the cessation of
wartime activities such as those re-
lated to the operation of Army,
Navy and Airforee bases through-
yut that area. A compensating
factor so far as the West Indies
is concerned hag been the resump-
tion of tourist travel which has
been stimulated by Canadian cur-
rency restrictions against pleasure
travel in the United States and
also the more favourable rate of
exchange since the devaluation of
Sterling. ‘



















The rapid expansion of Canada’s
export trade with the British West
Indies was largely the result of
fortuitous circumstances. When
setting an export objective for
the future, the Canadian exporter
should take into consideration his
past or prewar volume of business
in that territory. An example in
reverse is the rum trade of the
British West Indies and British
Guiana with Canada which due
to the unavailability of com.
petitive liquors, expanded beyond
all expectations, But since the
war exports of rum to Canada
have fallen off sharply.

The Canadian manufacturer
with a production schedule to
maintain and the Canadian ex-
porter anxious to keep open estab-
lished channels of trade, naturally
feel that restrictive regulations
such as import licences which pro.
hibit Canadian exports to the
British West Indies are intolerable,
One of the foremost objectives of
the Dollar Sterling Trade Board
and the Anglo-Canadian Trade
Committee in Canada, is to put
ecross to the rank and file of
Canadian businessmen the reasons
for controls: the necessity to buy
more from the Sterling area so the
latter in turn may have more
collars to buy more Canadian pro-
ducts and generally, acceptance of
the long term view. These organ-
isations are comprised of top
flight representatives of industry.
finance, transportation, agriculture
and significantly, the press. Sup-
ported by advisory committees,
they are actively engaged in study-

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Trade

By C. R. Stollmeyer

Ye an article written for the Timer
Survey of the eolenies June os)

ing and solving Anglo-Canadian
economic problems with which the
British Colonies in the Caribbean
area are closely linked. There
does not appear to ybe any cor-
responding public relations eifort
to explain policy or to enlisi the
co-operation of the rank and file
of business in the Eritish West
Indies. Some sections of tne press
deplore the prevalence of silence
at top level conferences and point
out the advantages of a policy of
greater confidence and enlighten.
ment.

A comparison, even in perspec-

tive, of the chart of exports to
Canada from the British West
Indies reveals a more stabl>
picture The reason that

whereag Canada developed
four hundred fifty separate ¢!
fications of products for ex.
British Colonies in the Caribbean
area, the exports to Canada from
that area were confiued to the
same limited variety of a i
tural products which existed
to the war. During the war ex-
ceptional expert volumes were de-
veloped in respect of bauxite and
rum

some











In 1947 thefe was need fo
adoption of some measure
British West Indies to adjus ix
adverse balance of trade (345
rnillion out of a total trade of
$115% million) with Canada. For
this reason and because money 1s
the root of evil in world trade
today, there was undoubtedly
some good in a lessening of dollar
expenditures by the British West
Indies on Canadian products. For
many years prior to the war the
British West Indies had a small
favourable balance of trade with
Canada, During and since the
last war Canada’s favourable
balances increased from year to
year. The rapidity of the recent
readjustment and its attendant
hardships to the Canadian exporter
and importers in the British West
Indies is sharply revealed Dy the
actual statistics. With an average
total trade of $110 millions the
British West Indies within two
years transformed an _ adverse
balance of trade with Canada of
$48 millions in 1947 to a favour-
able balance of $19 millions in
1949,

Canada has a greater per capita
foreign trade ($450) than any
other country in the world. A
significant feature of this trade,
however, is that about 70% is with
the United States. 64% of Canada’s
total exports during the first
quarter of 1950 went to the United
States, Of interest to the countries
in the Sterling area is the 1950
trend which reveals that, although
Canada’s total exports during the
first three months declined by 27%
yet exports to the Sterling .rea
ceclined 38%. By import restric-
tions and quota systems against
hard currency countries, Canada
has facilitated imporation from the
Sterling area. But although there
has been a substantial increase in
imports from the United Kingdom
during the post-war years, yat the
figures for the first quarter of 1950
show balances in favour of Canada
with the United Kingdom $62.7

parsinos & noone Camadian=West Indian

million and with the British Wes:
Incieg $3.8 million.

While it might appear to some
that the British West Indies is
just another Sterling market s.

far as Canada is concerned, there
are many definite factors which
support the contention tha

Canadian.West Incian trade is de-
serving of special consideraticu,
particularly in the allocation ot
dollars for the purchase of more
Canadian products. Chambers of
Commerce in the W@si Indies an
representative. organizations in
Canada are passing resolutions
urging their government; to take

steps 'o correct the sTtuation, Ti ‘| Marx .

following are some of the reasons
advanced:

(1) Canadian-West Indian
is traditional.
ments between these countries
have existed for more than

fifty years.

traa

(2) The disruption of old channe
of trade is unfair and they

ec

‘ROLL OVER, CHARLIE
Hy Frank Owen ee & CO.,LTD.

AS the sun is sinking I am standing in the}

Spaniards Inn, Hampstead.
(There they claim

to York.

never was a Black Bess.)

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And Kar! (Charlie to you) |
q
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lian character.
under discussion.

Says he arrogantly (for I am undoubtedly
getting the better of this argument).
Trade agree-| Where is the guy buried, anyway?”
Meaning not Dick, but Charlie.

I do not know the answer.
1, | this reluctantly, Because this darned con-
‘troversial character from the Commonwealth

might be dificult to rebuild, {¢ertainly DOES know.
; J

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is ineurrir

for the

operating losses
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mutual aid flour





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(6)
ed not only per se but for the
time of renegotiation of the

southbound trade!

He informs me, and off to Highgate Ceme-
tery we go to view.
Now, though it is only Opening time at the
irreplaceable | Spaniards, it is very close upon Closing time
That is, 6 p.m.
However, we quickly find a fine chap called
Mr. Harold Cotton. Harold is a gardener. He
' arranges us an extension.

at the cemetery.

Like almost everyone else in Britain, Har-
sive amd less ac-| old has been a serving'man. At 16 he was a

| soldier in the East Yorks in World War I. He
vital) volunteered just in time for one of our hest
| retreats.
“Blimey !” he says, “we were massacred.”
But when World War II, came around
Goodwill should be maintain. | Harold volunteered again.
“Git aht of it,” they said. “Ain’t you ‘ad

Steamship Service and also} enough?”

for possible periods of inter-
national unsettlement.

Culturally, innumerable
Canadians holiday in the West
Indies and in reverse there
are four hundred West Indians
in Canadian Universities,

One spokesman has said that
even as the United Kingdom can
for certain reasons buy apples,
and bacon from Canada while the
West Indies cannot then, for cer-

should be permitted to buy from
Canada more than other British

“Naow!” said Harold. So they put him in
“It was worse than the Western

the A.R.P.
Front.” says Harold.

:

To get on. Harold used to be a stonemason,
but lifting gravestones was no good for his
So now he looks after thera.

And among the gravestones is that of

heart.

Charlie Marx.

Now, unlike most of the members of the
tain other reasons the West Indians | Socialist Party, I have really read Charlie.
Not only seen his tomb, but read his tome,

Colonies not having such close| “Das Kapital.”

commercial _ ties dollar

source of supply.

with a

During the war there was much
talk at high level of the zoning of

this augured well for Canadian.
West Indian trade. While it is
natural after a world conflict to

Canadian-West Indian trade.

With much of what he said I agree. He fore-
saw most things that have happened in our
modern world. True he didn’t foresee Hitler
trade channels after the war and] or Stalin, a worse oversight.

When Charlie was not sponging upon
Engels, the Manchester business man, he was
expect a period of trade unsettle-| living upon the credit of his wife, the
ment, it ig felt by many that move} Rhenish aristocrat, Jennie von Westphalen,
can be done by those at the helm] who put up with all his nonsense because she,
to right the natural course ¢f|unaccountably, loved the brute.
do quite a fair

So, also unaccountably,

Those on the bridge are likely to} nymber of others.

encounter heavy seas if teey do
not make adequate allowance for
the strong undercurrents uniting
these countries which enjoy the
unique trading advantages of
geographical proximity with com-
plementary productivity,

C. R. STOLLMEYER, Esq.,

Trade Commissioner for the
British West Indies, British
Guiana and The Bahamas,

37 Board of Trade Bldg.,
Montreal, Que.

They're Scared Of A Boom

West Africa, reports on the cocoa colony. where

WALTER ELLIOT, M.P. who has just returned from

prosperity might mean peril

{

THE main problem of all gov-
ernments nowadays (so fast do
events crowd upon us) is to keep
one jump ahead of trouble

For the great colonial empires
the pace has become particularly
hot.

In the Gold Coast the Govern.
ment is one jump ahead It is
enly one jump, but it is ahead.
Nowadays, that means a lot.

The immediate problem in the
Gold Coast is of a very unusual
character This country is
threatened with a boom. Not with
o’slump. With a boom.

More. Please

You will ask, “In the name of
heaven, what is it that is going
te boom? And anyway, why
should anyone be afraid of it?

Chocolate is what is going to
béom Every second chocolate
in the world is grown on the Gold
Coast. ‘

The world is ‘eating it all and
esking for more.

But chocolate can only be grown
in a few places in the world.
Even to those few places disease
may come—has come, in South
America for instance. The disease
o! “swollen shoot” hangs over the
Gold Coast like a cloud.

Eradication is in progress, But
it will cost not less than £9 millions
sterling. Nor can you readily ac-
celerate production, A tree takes
five years to bring into bearing.

Here is the problem in a nut-
shell—or if you will in a cocoa
pod. Last year and the year be-
fore the producers receipts
averaged some £27 millions a year.

They put to reserve, in the
Cocoa Marketing Board, millions
of pounds more — £10 to £15
millions at the minimum. That
was three times as much as they
were getting in a good year be-
fore the war.

Burt this year the world price
jof cocoa is double what it was
last year, and hard as iron at that.
Naturally the producer is look-
ing for a higher return correspond-
ingly. But how much higher?
Man does not live by chocolate
alone; and man on the Gold Coast
is no exception to this rule. There
} are all the other economic activities
lof a big country to key in with





this sudden heavy new puil of the
cocoa-growers.

There are also the political
dangers — the lorry of the State
suddenly accelerating might skid
on the red mud that makes the
cocoa.

This is no imaginary peril. It
happened, only two years ago,
when there were riots, bloodshed
and looting. Nationalism alone
is a formidable force. National-
ism and high prices, nationalism
and inflation are high explosive.

What started the trouble? You
will turn a rueful smile when I
tell you. What touched it off was
quite simply a housewives’ strike.

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What lad started that?
the old story—high prices.

There are more goods to-day.
But the housewives’ reaction re-
mains the same. The goods are
too dear. If double the money is
poured into the pockets of the
cocoa producers, goods will get
still dearer.

Previously, of course, it was im-
ported goods which were too dear.
But home-produced goods ~~ food-
stuffs in particular—are now the
chief goods to rise.

Squeezed

Again

An undue amount of produc.
tive power is going into the
enormously remunerative cocoa
crop. As the price rises, more will
go yet

And the mon-cocoa producers
—and they are three-quarters of
the people — are getting into a

g00d central position between the
upper and the nether millstones.
Particularly the towns. Particu.

larly the white-collared section in
the towns. And these are always
the detonators of high explosive.

These events, moreover, do not
take place in some hole and corner.
They are right in the mid-stage
of the world.

There are plenty of spectators
—not all of them friendly. You
can read in Pravda any morning
exhortations to what is called
“the liberation movements” in any
yart of the world — except, of
course, in the Soviet Union,

I was going through a school of
domestic science in Accra when
(suddenly say a new and elaborate
electric cooker—not yet connected
up. Outside, a girl was baking
niost appetising small cakes in a
little tin oven with y-ood embers
below and wood embers above.

The Challenge

My mind went back to a con.
versation the evening before with
1 big engineer, out to report upon
the proposed Volta River hydro-
electric scheme. “Oh, yes, it can
be done,” he said. “Half a million
tiiree-quarters of a million, horse-
power. It may be a long time be-
fore the Volta River heats the
cooking pots of Accra. But here
too the Government must keep one
jump ahead, Diesel engines can
be bought and are being bought
for Accra now. But they require
labour to er@ct and skilled men
to attend. All these people are
squeezed — possibly squeezed out
—if prices rise.

“It will require a great effort of
organisation, a great effort of
mutual understanding between ad-
ministrators and peasant farmers,
between government officials and
the intelligentsia if these troubles
are to be averted. It will also re-
quire vigorous government.”

In this the people will require
to take a most active part. The
new constitution arising out of the
all-African Coussey Report, throws
almost the whole responsibility for
managing Gold Coast affairs on an
elected legislature. These are some
of the problems it will have to
face

It is a great challenge.
WORLD COPYWRIGHT
RESERVED
—L.E.S,

“Why, rich peoeie come here in big cars,”

grave round about
where any flowers are. [It’s true: roses grow
A Negro came here the other day,
a giant of a man with a wonderful voice. He
sat down, and I went away. When I came

says Harold. “It’s the onl

upon it. |



that
stopped, not slept, on his ride on Black Bess |
They also say the same at every
other pub on the Great North Road—though
in fact Dick never did ride to York and there

FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1950

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back, dammit, he had fallen asleep. I thought

he was dead too.

“Then there was a beautiful woman. She
came, and stood some way off. She put down
some flowers and went away.”

“And do most of your visitors come here to
see the grave of Charlie Marx?” I inquire of

our observant gardener.

“Oh, no,” says Harold. “We've got a chap
up the hill called Egg, and next but one to
him is a boy called Bacon. And what’s more,
just round the corner is a man called Hamm.
The public would rather have that than all
the old stuff about Charlie Marx.”

Not only at Highgate. They’re doing their
best to forget about Charlie at Westminster,

too.

First, there is Herbert Morrison, deputy
leader of the Socialist Party. Our ’Erb is
busy alternately whacking and wooing the
There is no Liberal electoral

percentage to be collected from boosting the
opinions of the late Charlie.

Next, there is Morgan Phillips, seeretary
of the Socialist Party. Morgan used to be
assistant to a Chinese illusionist, but neither
over the illusions of Charlie. “We
ists, not Marxists,” says Morgan.

So Nye, the Samson of the Left, has sub-
mitted to a haircut. Roll over, Charlie.

London Express Service |}
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To the Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—
which

mit me to voice

the
soil.

19th inst,

The world. renown Professor Einstein's clarion
call on nations possessing Atom Bombs and other
annihilating weapons to surrender them to supra-
National Authority is not at all untimely.
Armament race” he says “is the worse method to
t “Mahatma Gandhi's
views, were the most enlightened of all the Politi-
“We should strive to do

prevent an open conflict”.

cal men of our time”.
things in his spirit.”

How true and how rich these words are;

wonder how

dom and noble thoughts.

any particular people.

violence).

His belief in truth and love for mankind, Ganah, |
also gave his life in the same noble cause
fore there can be no doubt that even if he is ror-

There- |
gotten for a few years or even a few centuries like |
the Lord Jesus Christ, one day the name of Mahatma }

will be remembered, ever more, by the}
whole world, wherever truth and decency prevail, |

Gandhi

and Peace and brotherly love yearned for
Leaders of the United Nations pay heed to his high
It's still not too late |

ideals in time.

Kashmere Bazaar,
P.O. Box 9,
City.

el is for the greutest cause to-day.

The great name of that Apostle of Peace,
Mahatma Gandhi is heard so little and so far be-
tween these days that whehever one hears or
reads of it, as I did in your Evening Advocate of
it came as nectar for

n many political leaders of various
nations to-day give weight to such words of wis-
I have yet to see a
leader of any nation or country follow in the foot-
steps of that noble soul in words and deeds,
Gandhi didn’t belong to any particular nation or
He belonged to all nation,
and all people, ever making sacrifices in the cause
of peace and love between mankind and died up-
holding the torch of truth and Ahinsa
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FRIDAY, JUNE 36, 1950







$37,446 For Christ —
Church Playing Fields

THE CHRIST CHURCH VESTRY yesterday appoint:

a Committee to prepare estimates as to the cost and s
ability of the Choiera Ground, Dover Grounds, for a pla



yv-

ing field. The Dover Grounds was suggested as a probablk

Site for a plaving field for the parish. $37,446 has bee:
made available for the parish to build playing fields

Rae ote ee . - —4 The Vestry arrived at that

nN . | decision when they were consid-

Traffie Cops ‘ering the interim report of the

Committee appointed to make

2 ; recommendations concerning the

e Vigilant establishment of playing fields

° Mr. Fred Goddard told the

EVEN TRAFFic OFFENCES | Vestry that from the wisdom

were recorded Curing Wed-! attained in dealing with the con-

nesday and up to 6 a.m. yes-}struction of the Princess Alice

terday but of these only two} Fiaying Field, he felt that all the

motorists were charged with ex-
ceeding the speed limit.

One was charged with not
complying with the traffic regu-
jations, one with not having a

horn, and one with driving with-

out due care and attention
Two others were charged. with

not making the appropriate sig-

; available money would be swal-
lowed up without there being a
chance to acquire a Community
Hall as had been suggested.

He wanted to see two playing
jflelds in the parish and he had
been looking out for suitable
wots. It would always be the
wiser policy to construct playing *

nal and leaving an animal un-—|} fields in the most thickly popu
tended, after colliding with it, | lated areas and he had had that
HE HEAT was very u
in Bridgetown yesterday . Higher Cost
The temperature during the It would be useless to get land
afternoon was 87 degrees Fah-| which did not have a sufficient
renheit in the shade and very|quantity of mould upon it as ij

little wind blew

During the past few days very
litle rain fell. During Wednes-
day and up to 6 a.m. yesterday
only 34 parts were recorded and
of this 25 fell in the Station Hill

would entail more cost in blast-
ing out rocks and buying mould
lt was about time they made
some headway in getting playing!
fields and they should speed up
their suggestions especially as he











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District understood that they were about
irae other nine parts were ee eam te make a reply to the | ; ik phn %
divided between St George | 2 se. | | S
with 5, St. James two and St Mr. Goddard told the Vestry | \Â¥ ay ar ~
Lucy two that they would require about d Pt BK %
HE POLICE BAND under! four acres of land to construct | | %
the directorship of Captain each playing oe. eS i? 5 %
Raison, will resume its fortnight- Bee oe Dover 1s ARE MADE BY THE FAMOUS x
ly concert this evening at 8 o’clock Mr Brandford "ebene against | % %
at Hastings Rocks. The pro , cae. ' Wee | . i . o da \ .
prarnrae sieaen from light enuaia the decision that the Vestr; SIR ALLAN COLLYMORE, President of the Barbados Cricket Association, hands his telegram of congratulations to Sheila Lewis * i $
$ : ay ent a pepper- - ‘ € sara) Nin . , M
to the latest dance tunes. Se eet ent = 4 Notas This picture, taken by the “Advocate’s” Special Photographer, was radioed last night to London at the request of Maj. General Nicholls x Vv KS rm ‘LOX q ‘oY x Ss
, : 7 rrint | CC ent. te é steac * i : ee Ne ” 4
@ALVATION ARMY YOUNG of that being the case, Govern- who is sending a radio picture of the team to Barbados today for reproduction in to-morrow’s “Advocate”, x x
PEOPLE of every Corps in s sertraty 4: Fat %
2 ’ ment should be giving the Vestry ‘ 0 ve ‘lock oking experience ens VG . ‘
the Colony will assemble at the grants to help }itlem full any! | ce a a ‘his d % 60 years of Clock-making exper ience enables them *
Bridgetown Central Hall on| playing field, } hore 1 LIGHT TO ONE SC HOOL ot % ‘K : : y
Sunday, July 2nd for the An- ? | oO ice j ane A A 5 % to turn out an ALARM CLOCK which for quality ~
nual Young People’s Councils Better Morals s | TRICKS” x x
Py tae Sad a hl ae meee oe Concert Was, HOURS. ARE POPULAR $s dependaitiy ns never been equaled at he §
a.m. and 2.30 p.m. ...,,| Playing fields were constructed, it, oO < “You must try and work har [¥ ie ¥
‘ The are sreatest Adventure”. The d-|""The people at the present time,” A S as > mamas} Ss H mistress 1 s tricks. I : luty to]¥ ¥
a] z playing trick have a duty t
dress in the Morning Session will] he said, “have little ways and + uccess ay ed protect people from men of your % %
be given by Adjutant Olive| means by way of gaining recre-| ,, t ” N esa siee aie »ssori Sct 1 of the Urs kind,” His Worship Mr Bs >
i risional YP Sacre. ts gph mooning meatier: | Rete» fis e ymmemorat THE Preparatory and Montessori School of the Ursu- nd, : voreh ek i 1 x
wenite, Beane * : Secre-/ ation after work and oe peer ing the 135th Anniversary of the line Convent held their Distribution of Prizes yesterday! iPifith told Wilfred, Drake ty THE GOOD MORNING ALARM x
tary, and the afternoon by the strayed into immoral resorts. Battle of Waterloo highlighted the : y 2 “| Cave Hill yesterday when he |&% 2
Divisional Commander, Major Mr. Drayton reminded the Ves- Pol ee 'B nd Concert staved & evening in the School Hall. ‘ 5 sntenced him to three month x XN
A. E. Moffett. Special items on’ try that seven acres of land had pg ag ge a ve inet Aiaht "TMs During the evening a small entertainment was given} imprisonment wih hard labqut $ %
the day’s programme will in- been given the St. George Parish Lo adaieeraat sat ood the Ba by the school, and those who attended the prize giving, | for obtaining by false pretence |%& has precision-made works which guarantee its ~
slude a S ers Contes he as a playing field and it had; SOMeere was it 5 ‘ vs ahaha aaa ns S ;,{ with intent to defraid 8/4 from | »
clude a Speakers Contest on the .as eee ae Street Boys’ Club and the large thoroughly enjoyed the programme which was in two 3 . .
subject “What I admire most in, eventually been more or less| >‘ ORR ae ‘ reat) oD oe Mri%e @ re Puen : Winston Cummins on June 17 % reliability as time-keeper and the exterior is XS
the Life of the Founder, William] converted into a grazing pasture,|CTOW4 that attended were greatly parts. “Princess Tiny Tot’s Seventh Birthday,” was fol-} " Stipert’ Watdron keeper of |% enabuity as a time-Keeper ¢ le exterior 1s x
Booth”. ri ee ae ee ee He said that it would be useless | ntertained moos" ee te lowed by “Cinderella in Flowerland” which was in four! {he criminal record told Mr. | most attractively finished . x
re i irizzie interrupted ; bi | Griffith that Drakes had one pre- | % st attri vely Tinist ¥
Representatives from eacn|to get a playing field and not] * T! : ‘ a scenes. ; | Griffith the ak é i * ¥
ni . ere aceatitiedn -% re lighting effect were x ~—e Rev Father Parkinson S.J.,{/ vious conviction for stealing and |% e
oa te var vere ed eh a wae Dravta asked whether | ccllent and the setting was ideal |presented the prizes this offence was committed o1 * : %
Soldiets’ and Seni hg Soldies and there was not an Act which pre- Were of the Biwi of, th i lectors Mie d He t l A report on the work of the} June 22 when he was fined £5 fo: * ON Y $A Ad KACH x
ers and Senior ¢ ors a os » » § ) >» Klec rs . ’ ‘e) . \
the presentation of a Shield to| vented any. one from’ disturbing bers ot the Staff of the ae ee oO ern 0 e Preparatory School for the year| the larceny of $5 from Arthur * e ss v %
the Young Pesple’s Corps show- | the Cholera Ground. Ly marie Renting a . 7 1949 to 1950 was given by the} eee . behalt ‘ %
> Ss > ere { 0. . g . a » prose » mn beh:
ing the best all-round improve- sand a and all thanks is Would Cost Head Mistress, who said; — ES ie Polize™ eyescyrea, Of hens I: qehcontusiesinibiinsicneapmnregtatiadiiniigisabial pabecipdaiicniadinde ¥
ment for 1949 Cemetery Board due''to them)and. also ito Mr. A At the beginning of the school{ oa ne Dee oe Le is %
E , f 1 r. ) . rear, las apte ‘r, we extend- ,
The Youth Groups of the Mer ‘ Vautey -¢ :} Hilliard and Mr. John Burt for | year, last September, we extend~| jours of the present arrangement, | *
: . Members of the Vestry spoke illiard an r aie ; r % eat
Bridgetown Corps will take part strongly against making a change| their exper¥ handling of the spot ed the Montessori method of in=} than they had previously been | s Hardware Dept.
in a programme at the Reed} jn the Cemetery Board at the’ lights 9 9 dividual work—which for some] especially between the hours of 1} Dial 2364
Street Hall on’ Saturday, July present time. Mr. Drayton had The programme’ opened with < MR. A. S. BRYDEN speaking |years we have been following IN} and 3 in the afternoon. 1% %
Ist. at 8 p.m. Special Movie} asked, the Vestry to consider|Fanfare for Calvary Trumpets by at a special General Meeting of | the classes of children of five and May | now add a word oil} pe
Pictures will be shown through appointing two additional mem-|Capt. Raison and the Grand] the Council of the Chamber of|six years of age—into the third] thanks to the members of the stafl | eta 0t tpt MEAL APA GP GPCR
the courtesy of the British Coun-| pers to that Board, one not a}March with Father Rhine, This] Commerce yesterday said that if|yvear of the Preparatory School of the Preparatory School who have | =
cil. Vestryman, the Rector of the}|Was well rendered and was fol-} the Barbados Government put on]Course, that is, for children of worked: thoroughly and untiring - |
OL. VIDMER of Rockley Ter-| Parish, He said he suggested the|lowed by the Tone Poem “Fina} the Statute Book Industries Aid|! seven years of age. The method] jy for the good of their pupil
race, Christ Church, re-| addition because of the criticisms landia’ by the Fin 1 Composer, jegislation that offered anything|has proved most satisfactory in I have indeed witnessed the de |
ported the loss of a boat chain,} against the maladministration of Sibeliu : , te less than what is offered by Ja-|this third class, and good results| yotedness of each member |
valued $35, from the Royal Barba-]| the Board, but he withdrew his “Flight of the Bumble Bee bY] maica and Trinidad, they would|pave been obtained in English} the staff, and I can assure you
dos Yacht Club on Wednesday. motion after members said tHat) Rimsky-Korsakov, a popular en-] pe doing nothing and Arithmetic, as well as_ in| the parents, that each one i; j ALL EASI LY DON E WITH
RICKET FANS in Black Rock| it would be against established|core item next fluently fhe Council was discussing In| History, Geography and Nature| doing her best to help you ir : «
yesterday flocked the num-}rules to make changes after}rendered by the Band and this} general terms the report of th¢ Study which are introduced into} the instruction and edueation oc. ! =
erous pubs in this area as they| members had been already de-| was fol b paailina AR: Monolos ue of! Committee which interviewed | the school curriculum in this third! your little children All tha sai y
were celebrating the West Indies’} cided upon to constitute the ae hea) \ King} the Governor recently _ relative | yontessori year. | they are doing for the children’
victory in the test match at Lord’s| various committees for the cur- . ble Temper” by Capt.}to assistance in the provision of A keen spirit of work and|iatellectual and moral training
Groups of small boys were also|rent year . Raison sotina | 2dditional modern hotels and re-\ games has been fostered by the|—-ag well as the continuou
seen dancing and singing as they Mr. Drayton said he withdrew _ Bandsn er ee Pohtce | jative also to landing rights at introduction of the House System} prayer which accompanie th
strolled up and down the street.| his motion because he resented Band stat pet and one Of] seawell Airport into the Preparatory Schoo! this} work fa> “Atradted toward
In one section, flags were seen| the insinuations made by mem-|the be in the ind, next player Mr. Bryden said that if the year; loyalty to the House, as| the aim of forming these littl | THE WONDER
fluttering gaily in the breeze on bers as to his motives in suggest-‘the fan H arT Jame Con-| igiand was really to attract Whale eoaiy ven atioto! cups. ‘kindly pre-| ginls and) boys into. uptight en
house-tops and at windows ing the change. @ On Page 8 tors for the financial benefit of | sented to the Preparatory School| noble children of God
e Wea lly a1 ects ee ome ee ‘ the population hotels were | hy ev. Mother Prioress, have} |
needed The question Was | hoe rentives embe f! |
nothing to do with mega | Ron hake eee ee Thane ine “Have you heard about
hotel owners. The building o ‘ ae ee
victory in the sphere of both study | “"
la modern hotel costs. at least ae aman F ‘ f } 6) Dy Paradol?
| $2,000,000, and it would be ex- SI ; ce > of
tremely difficult to raise that] Last November, we issued t ¥ 74
money in Barbados ele") you, the parents of our pupils, ¢
capital had to be attrac proposal concerning a change _of
Foreign $ school hours which we consid
Apart from the hotel c offered would be beneficial to the}
} il, they » wanted om kind of|children, that is, from 8 o'clock |
3ill put on the Statute Book jin the morning to 1 in the after
| that would attract foreig dol- | noon We brought forward our
lars Jamaica had passed aj)}proposal merely as a suggestion ander
| Hote Act. anct the result was]with the intention of complying wo
that four hot were buil'. The /ultimately with the wishes of th« ne new EAM
| money that was circulated |niajority of parents We wel! Don’ ; . T
. 1 on’T Miss Our on a long-planned | >
through that building —_pro-|indeed gratified—and, may I adc outing or party . , ; hen Paradol
| gramme lore was benefit to]nerhans a little surprised,—to fir’ : . Cleans and polishes white and
\ : quickly helps to relieve periodic
| the island. He did not know if |that the great maiority of parent nine | wtttinnt. dinsatesalsin ; lee: inkisel Shekel’ gaint. oem
| loca politicians wante; the |nct only agreed to the propose pains, withou . c ener ab teatly co hamGe f a
peaple here to stay paupers all plan, but actually expressed the lad) ae we aed i r bodies, motor cars, radio and
| their lives . val and satisiaetion at tt compounded from ingredien
As ¢ l f tha same Hotei} oee?’ ms eae ‘ Paradol is excelent for headaches, gre nophone cabinets, enamel
| AS a re « ‘ iri rte uggestion, with a hope that tt .
Bill Jamaica had betwe last |). ' too. Get Dr, Chase Paradol ator and refriperators ete,
Bey | SP OMGICE me fe plan would he carried throu! ' ; .
March and the present time at , teday— the name “Dr, Chase : ; He)
tracted $12,000,060 U.S. It wa } We take thi opportunity to} your assurance 25 Min ts not a metal polish
i true that Uarbados would tart\}thank you for your generous co i
|} With a smaller market but | operat.on in that matter, for even DR. CHASE Ss
ON they had good labour and # good | those parents who, we know, have |
ee climate, and there were people. peen ineonvenienced by the PA RADOL
saan : | who would . choose Barbados, |change, expressed their willing- | _—€ Quick Relief from Pain —-—_ me
é Boise es gee everything being equal ness to fall in with any decis.on}| 20
t | Government's policy up to the| which the school authorities
The News Goes Up—and Barbados goes wild } presen howed a complete lack | would deem it beneficial to make
+ of imagination, Mr Bryden | This change of school hours, ef- |
» aid fected since January, has, during
UuU S U 4 a S Mr Inniss supported Mr. |the past two terms, proved mo |
| Bryden’s vie and asked what satisfactory as far as we can|)
i f bscribed | “5 the use of having a modern | judge. The children are far more
BARBADIANS known the world dard, Father of the West Indies perforn ubscri bs airport without having ‘hotels to| responsive in class during all the ||
over as a cricket living com- Skipper. For him it was a proud to th a. t vi ver ‘2 | accommodate visitors
munity took time off yesterday day. He is a loyal Barbadian. England X! nae —_——————— | | |
to celebrate the winning of the And it was his son who had led : Thurs ’ ally _ha f
Second Test Match at Lord’s by the winning team. holiday ; ! ' oy |
the West Indies team Congratulatory cables were sent th's occasior ose ‘ : mn x . ears i
There were good reasons foi by the Goddard Family, Dr. Law- hS a wT
these celebrations. John Goddard, rence Goddard, Mr. Leo Pouchet c c : mn Of We have a Fresh Assortment
the Captain of the West Indies of Trinidad and Mr. F. L. Y¥ the win. 3 ’ oa 5 |
Team is a Barbadian and the Simpson. The last mentioned real Something To Shout About : in Plain and Multi Colours. |
highest score in the match was “Hearty congratulations to you Ta | , 1 an, With, the a i | 1 evening |
made by another Barbadian Clyde and gallant team on splendid vic- stentorian voics who sinee the ‘ = | 3 | Make your next evening
Walcott. nry ‘over John Bill's eleven. end of the war has not had much The Aristocrat. off Bicycles ‘a:with the
During the last three days the Keep good work up and bring to shout about, stood in front of ew Dress with them
course of the eee ne been a ashes.” (Sg@) Frank Simp . a i rt g Store near me ay SPECIAL PRICES FOR SPOT CASH |
followed by enthusiasts through Son. : ti Broad Stre¢ nd t every~| -PURC so > . rier
the ‘Yedlo and a totalisator would Broad Street was quickly de- one within a } ed yards estas HIRE ae she eg TERMS ARRANGED
have been busy in any part of corated with flags and bunt'ns isual exaggeration’ of HA RRISON’S Broad St, Local Agents. | eats 3
the island. As soon as the last flying from the masts of the ie d facts, that the West] LL MS aAT GIL alt cad ackabedncesdarabdlenmishamaicitacaminedisskatiasaises: |
‘as bowled and it was Us business houses. Crowds gath- }; } i ethene
Ceea thee for the first tithe..a ered at various points to discu dred for all o a a a a a a a mi a .. |
. San Taine Wee ils of the game and the A} ; omy . }
West Indies Team had defeated the details o .* ST . VED— |
England in a Test Match and that utr’: seman SU: inn E et
at Lord’s Bridgetown was all ipy *] walkin d & A FRESH SHIPMENT OF a | A
ar ide. Bets were drawn and 9 flag looked neither to the left} : sist
ct Goddard's, Restaurant’ the} What’son Today | ire, ron |e PURINA. POULTRY CHOWS | mpnetlineetetierth
chorus or Congratulations was Court of Ordinary at 11.00 ally or othe ‘ for eli at ae
accompanied by champagne a.m. c I } Get Your Supply trom °
Goddards Listen In Mobile Cinema, Government tagir ow H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD
Some of the members of th Industrial Schools, st ne t zed the op-| Dissibutess gg y .
Goddard Family which now num- Philip at 7.30 p.m. portur } F
cae es thing up to 40 ha mati : , é Hine t te} | 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
zather listen in and mat aes nome eae ‘oe the W |S SSS eeeeeeeeeaee eee Scene a ee eran
ol ings he igen ings Rocks at 8.00 3 SSSSS RRB RRB eeee| oe
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1950
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“THE CRICKET MATCH"
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“THE HIPPOLYTUS
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“TRAVELLING TONGUES”
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“TALES FROM THE
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“GENTIAM HILL”
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CLASSIFIED ADS. | te |POST OFFICE NOTICE | SBIPPING NOTICES
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spe ei Telephone 2508. | Jas
: —_——_—_—______—_=+~ + -AUGTION
DIED en MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZPA- aS
| FOR RENT I have been instructed by the Com- LAND LINE LTD., (M.A\N.Z. LINE) |
Pa Se Maas boyy. Seheot ee murs te daca? Saves | COUN THIS OUT SS. “cry. or izes sail] | ane -az.v. DAERWOOD" wil
of St. Mary's Boys’ Schoo! = —|next, 3rd July, at Central Station, . Adclaide May 19th, Melbourne June Khor thse I eineisanide tal |

at his residence “CARLTON }beginning at 2 p.m. A_ quantity of ind. Sydn June i4tk, Brisbane June o. Ca aa boy: roe 2

belle. His funeral leaves HOUSES | wallaba wood, One (1) brown valise, Mth arriving at Trinidad about July 2st St. Lucia, § , ent, at nae
. residence at 4.30 o'clock this la quantity of flour, Two, (2) Sib. tins ss “PORT WELLINGTON” | sails & Aruba. Date of Sailing will be

for St. Mary’s Church, and thenc« BELAIR Graeme Hall, 3 Bedrooms, | butter Six (6) tins grape fruit juice, tuly/August. Brisbane early August notified

the Westbury Cemetery. Friends are| ©!0M the Ist August, Dial 4621, or 45a2°| 4 Quantity of codfish, Forty-two (42) Melbourne mid July. N. Queensland The M.V. “CARIBBEE will

invited 30.6.50.—2n | doz. 'G.E.C. Torchlight batteries, Two ; , nt . Sydney mid August arriving Trinidad accept Cargo and Passéngers for

Lilian Drakes wife), Cleophas. | ———————————__ | |2'_ bottles Limacol, and several other Consequent on changes in B.W.1.A. Flights Schedule effective Ist July, 1950, AIR MAILS pout 9th September Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat

Peter, And David ; COTTAGES—(2 1 tt. in St. | iter f interest ill b 1 d he G 1P om f 1S siw Tr is ha 1 f N « s Kit s t

> ndrew, avid isons), Edna AG. —(2) small cottages in St. | ‘tems o — . Wi e closed at the Genera ‘ost ce as follows: nese vessels ve ample space for vevis St
Drakes sister Beresford
(cousin | reoms each. Electric light and Water Government Auctioneer oo ——_——_—— erence - Cargo accepted on through bills «

30.6 .50-—1n | + ae Mrs Ruth Lynch, “Hollywood’ 28.6.50—3n . acing with transhipment at Trinidad fo —_—- -
st. Lawrence Gap DRA OS ss DESTINATION TIME DAY n ; , witish Guiana, Barbados, Win#-v=rd an
- DESTINATION | TIME DAY ’ oh
I / B.W.I. § 1
IN MEMORIAM | “FLAT—Fuly fumbned TAI modem | UNDER THE IVCRY HAMMER Convent, pee. So a

IN loving memory of our dear {rient} Conveniences, Linen & Cutlery 10 By instructions received I wil) sell on ~ uate bres - | ” FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD., CONSI r N 4047
CARMEN ALLEYNE who died on June| minutes walk “from Chibs & Ciiy.| Friday June 30th at 1 p.m. at Fort | | ‘6 Agents, Trinidad
Ur apaks aah ip eae ok wis oe 90.6.50-Sn| Royal Garage, St. Michael's Row, (1) | Antigua 8.30 am. | Wednesday | Grenada 9.00 am. | Monday DA COSTA & CO. LTD.,

s . » of grief ETERS Ys e Car n 3. ~ ’ . ae s.

But memory tums back every leef. | HOUSE —Pully tumlatied house tm Assi | rood 8 ee oe Can 9.00 am. | Saturday 9.00 am. | Thursday Agents, Barbado

Though’s drift on to by-gone days | class residential district, 2 miles from| VINCENT GRIFFITH, Auctioneer | Australia os .. |2.00 p.m. | Monday Guadeloupe 8.30 am Wednesday a

Life moves on, but memory stays ewn. 3 bedrooms, 2 living rooms n 27.6.50.—3n (all air) 2.00 p.m Thursday 9.00 a.m. Saturday
ae eee re, ee yaual offices. | From July at 1960, 10 | een n Australia ie ../11.45 am. | Friday ~ Haiti 11.45 a.m. {Monday « ° .

nh older & Family 30.6. 50—lr anuary 1s 5 Apply to Mrs. C.B to Panama only) 11.45 a.m lw. ¥ 4 } 11.45 ¢ Frid . ‘ } Ss
eS ——— | Dowding. Dial 4195 @ ) 5 . ednesday | 11.45 a.m, riday oO eanmis lips

Fron SALE gaa, |UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER Ses on’ | pete seca teks ee ana ationa Ss
a we | ——— By instruction I will sell on the spot : | 2.00 p.m Thursday
ey St El BoTaic L— Dew Frees er, suit- | at Martindale's ae on Friday ee Argentina 11.45 a.m Monday 11.45 a.m. Friday
Fe enya Serene ar) ble for selling tice 2 ‘elock, nm very comfortabl Y ‘ yah « - . ‘ ss
| A. Beard. Hardwood Ailey Phone | house secently. sepaired and painted, It 11.45 am. | Wednesday | India 2.00 p.m. Monday SOUTHBOUND § Sails Sails Arrives Sails

AUTOMOTIVE 4683 30.6.50—1n | has Drawing & Dining rooms, 2 Bed- Afri oo a.m Friday } 2.00 p.m. Thursday Montreal Halifax Boston B'dos Bidos _
= rooms, Kitchenette, Water toilet and rica 2. p.m Monday j 11.45 a.m Friday sake tae os i ae tos on 1H ‘ }

Rowetc cen , 6 - v | ‘ q 7 AN. CHALLENGER 19th June 26th Jun 6th Ju

CAR—Vauxhall. Velox 18 hp. Per-| ge ‘Trace: Rath. You can. remove right away, 2S 2.00 p.m. | Thursday | Jamaica 2,00 p.m Monday LADY RODNEY . 40 th June 3rd guy Sth J Lath
fect Condition two tone paint work| €°8 S60.0¢ NSO PERS | Mestion wry V'Awy owen 11.45 a.m. | Friday 2.00 p.m Thursday CAN, CRUISE 12th July 15th July
trunk specially fitted for the better Magazine Lane 30.6.60-—-40) Aruba .. {11.45 am. | Tuesday } 11.45 am, | Friday eee ate nd July; thy My 37th J
carrying of mose luggage. Ring R. S a Oe eee r ee eae 00 am S an | 20 Ae CAD LEN 1ith Aug. 14th Aus. ‘ /
Nicholls Office Home 8924 UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER Sor A icf REPORY ieee 300 a Phncetes LADY .NELSON tte Boe sae Gen ten 8 rth Rep

. 28.6.50—1.f.n SAINT VINCENT WEEKLY AIR att a 2 | - ; i of NELS Sep 1 Sep it € Sth Se 2 th See,

Nee ree ns ‘ SERVICE Now makes possible ideal} I will sell by auction on the spots on Bahamas es oe 3 ee tenday | 11.45 am Friday retina enn OTT oe

| + in. hp. in good con-| holidays Tuesday next the 4th July at 2 o'clock < IT, ursday | NOPTHBOUND iv Sail Arriv Arri Arrh
| dition. 1. A. Worme, Empire Theatre Under one management two (2) houses. One (1) a Double 11.45 am. | Friday | pant pe Sng "B'dos Sr oee. Salinen Meument
| 28 .6.50—3n RATHO +? wee HOTEL roots: note * Sobers Lave wits gal Bermuda oe ee | 2.00 p.m. Monday | Martinique 8.30 am Wednesday 6 : s

3 . cen vanised roof and the other is a double ade in oo | ¢ i di y¥ NELSON 27th Jur th June 8th July 10th duly 13th July
ee a. a gee Mane eine and roofed house with shed at Mahogany 2.00 p.m. | Thursday |v sii Piva er | Leeraes ‘ADY RODNEY 27th July 29th July 7th Aug, 9th Aud. 18th Aug
| ot gle we ire hi ada mar a SUNNY CARIBBEE Lane, Both must be sold. Inspection on : 2.00 p.m. | Friday fexico 11.45 a.m. | Monday “ADY NELSON 18th Aug. 20th Aus, 29th Aug. 3ist Aug. 3rd Sep
. vureh 24.6.50.—6n. on-the-sea Bequia Island application to D'Arey A. Scott. Maga- Brazil . -- | 11.45 am Monday | 11.45 am, | Friday LADY RODNEY 19th Sep./2tst Sep. B0th Sep. ist Oct Sth Oct

MOTORCYCLE—B S.A. 312 hp. in Sc socanes,” Gan bette iene Beautl- | zine Lane 30.6.50—4n 11.45 a.m. {Wednesday | Montserrat 8.30 am Wednesday LADY NELSON Ath Oct. 10th Oct. 19th Oct, 2th Oct. 2th Oct
Al condition Only done 6,900 miles} lont cuisines and bars. RATES ‘Ss to At Public Competition — one property| Br, Gui 11.45 am. | Friday Te ee —ee ~—— ees
are | Demons Hinkson, Welshes St.| $7 B.W.I. per day. For further details | situate at Deacons Road, consisting of} —'* GUana +} 11.45 am. | Monday Z :

‘ 30.6.50—2n] and reservations. 4,800 square feet of land and a Chatter }9.00 a.m Thursday New Zealand 2.00 p.m Monday N.B.—Subject to change without n Alf vagpels Btted with cold storage cham
LG. ROOKS, House This property has a well and| Br. Honduras 2.00 ’ | (all air) 2.00 Tr lay bers. Passenger Fares and ight retes on application to :—

VAN—1947 Bedford 12 h.p. Windows Box 47, fruit trees on it with a frontage of one ee pen Monday =e ee 11.45 P ee Fr rurecay
cut in sides. Suitable for trade or pri- Saint Vincent. Adar : | “39 €.m. riday ion
yeth tieg. Ownee leaving the island, feng | 19.680=a00. . ¢) = |Rafigred oda square feet of Jand:. will be} Canada to. 4s. lyase em Lrgesd | New Zealand 11.48 arn. | Wednesday GARDINER AUSTIN & CO, LTD. — Agents.
2410 (office) or 3728 30.6 .50—3n at tem a'tiesk on Friday 16th of June.’ c 1Z 2.00 p.m. Friday (to Panama only) |9 00 am Saturday

NO 27.6. 50-50 ana one 11.45 a.m day | |
ELECTRICAL NCE Ne teMnh (adie FoccaRih oe’ Sustie. Meas bc ; 9.00 a.m. bse» |Puerto Rico {11.45 a.m, | Monday : = =

Sac oneenraes ‘ hae Application for one or more vacant betition ms Fas cies Vietori eet Colombia Rep. ++ 111.45 am. Monday | 11.45 a.m, Wednesday wail * i * relirn
yDATTERIES: Paiswon ¢ Volt. 18: 18-1 st. Michael's Vestry Exhibitions at Har-| FRipay oth” at 2 p.m. the property 11.45 am. | Frid {11.45 a.m. | Friday CIE. GLE., TRANSATLANTIQUE
Gan tan Bincicibal “Deoattment #7 isk of the Yeats oro s eae called “CAMELOT” standing on 12,610] Curacao ms ++ 111.45 a.m, Tuskbey |St. Lucia . $8.30 a.m Wednesday .

ENB in-o| 5 B gh Weiney H, fok “| Sita etter" dawn, ae | Cuba Boom. [Saturday | ge Kitt 19.08, am |Rating FRENCH LINE
> a a eee > candidates must be e sons Pa-l ing, 3b . wre hee ee ¥2 1 ’ a.m. Mond _ s + | Oe a. ac sag

aoe goatee with eer good | ishioners in straitened circumstances and | jyrcakfast maebots WK eee Water 11.45 am. | Wed oad 5 }9.00 a.m, Saturday Sailing to Trinidad Sailing to Plymouth
order. Can be seen at Advocate Ad-| must not be less than (9) nor more than | y, 3 bas + sanesday St. Thomas, V.1 1.45 ¢ M ; s g ‘ g V
vertising Dept 29,6.50—2n | (is) years of age on 30th June, 1950 Near Royal Yacht & Aquatic Clubs. | Qping 11.45 am. | Friday + thomas, V. 11.45 a.m, Mi onday
SE a SESS aay to be proved by a Baptismal Certificate eee hae teens on at ee , 8 -+ 12.00 p.m. Monday | (via Trinidad) 11 45, am, |Friday S.S. “GASCOGNE” 8rd July, 1950 9th July, 1950

ELECTRIC —WATER | HEATERS | by | which must accompany the application. || there is sufficient land for building 2.00 p.m. || Thursday poh poen , | 11.45 am. | Tuesday S.S. “GASCOGNE” 10th August, 1950 16th Aug. 1950

on in 3, 5, 12, 15, 30 and 40 gallon Forms of application can be obtained | there is sufficient land for building 45 * “ P 19.00 am Thursday k « srtret : ” TOR » ~ 5
sizes. DaCosta & Co., Ltd. Electrical| at the Vestry Clerk's Offic another bungalow with an entrance 11, a.m. Friday | x ery re S.S. “GASCOGNE 14th Sept., 1950 20th Sept,., 1950
Department. Dial 3878 ® BY oder BC REDMAN, | {fom this new road. For inspection] Domini : | Tortola .. {8.30 am. | Wednesday S.S. “GASCOGNE” 8th Nov., 1950 14th Nov, 1950.

29.6.50—6n ‘ Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry or Pike peenees the owner nica a4 +4 \380 p.m. Monday (via Antigua) . | 9.00 a.m, Saturday shee ioltia :
eee | Vestry Clerk's Office, ’ py ‘om t ¢ ther nti ars —
ELECTRICAL TOOLS by Black &| ' Parochial Buildings, p.m. For conditions & terms of sale Dutch Guiana % ae Satutay or further particulars apply to
Decker Drills, Bench Grinders ete Bridgetown. 28 .6.50—8n al 2947, reher c Kenzie | . . . onday « -
Dial 3878, DaCosta & Co., Ltd. Electrical | _ Se et acleetc cers 25.6.50—5n. Dom. Republic 11.45 am. | Friday’ in Rk. M. SONES & CO, LTD.- Agents.
Dept 29.6.50—6n NOTICE CY : public ++ 12.00 p.m | wr Trinidad 11.45 a.m Monday
to Se

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES: New REAL ESTATE | 2.00 p.m Friday
shipment of Toasters, Hot Plates; Irons, Re the Estate of Gar he Teneatoa eae ‘ ; Europe 6.00 «in Sativday (=a
etc. Dial 3878, DaCosta & Co., Ltd. LEWIS OLIVER YARDE : e instrvcted by the Executors o} 2.00 p.m. f a. | Si ay
Electrical Dept. | (More commonly known as LEWIS ~ | the- Estate -of Elmira F. Langevine to 2.00 : m | PASSAGES TO IRELAND

29 6.50~6n OLIVER BURKE) offer for sale fhat desirable dwelling- ? ane : \U.S.A 2.00 m Monday
bl baa ener deceased house “Industry Cot”, situate at Welling- Fr. Guiana 11.45 a.m. 200 et Thursday
WATER EATERS by| NOTICE is hereby given that all per-j| fon an hepstow’ Street, standing on an ** 111,45 a.m. | « p.m aes i > “ts Li sex ice +’ passages to
ones socially outed for use ae sons having any debt or claim against the | 2847 square feet of land, containing | q er 11.45 Sw 11.45 a.m Friday Antilles I roducts Litd,, Rose au, prominis a, ae eee aout
Shower Bath. Patented Mixing Valve| Estate of Lewis Oliver Yarde--more- often gallery, drawing and dining rooms, two| Gt. Britain Ff ° Dublin per M.V. “DUALA”, next sailing from Roseau @
regulates temperature at will. DaCosta| known as Lewis Oliver Burke, Sarieant Peau Seta Wi. ‘and bath, elec- et p.m. I jf | 20th June, and thereafter about every thirty-three days,
. ts of The Barbados Fire Brigade—decea: rie nts and a few fruit trees. a Wm, sday iy as ” * : ‘o . . “2, . 3 . on.
& Co., Ltd.’ Electrical Depts i ee late of Enterprise in the parish of Christ| The abovementioned property will be “e 45-5 o phupeday | Venezuela 2.00 p.m. | Wednesday Roae tare, £70, usual reductions for children
+ ae: Chureh in this Island who died on the|S¢t up for sale by public competition at} —— —__ . ty eReCay 9.00 a.m Saturday pply direct.
wae. heal fone HM.V. has] 1th day of May 1950, intestate are re- | 9Ut Office James Street, on Friday 30th . ;

H.M.V. Radiograms a lity | duested to send in particulars of their June 1950 at 2 p.m. Registered Mail c — 7 renee. f
again achieved the Hall Mark of Quality | claims duly attested to the undersigned | Inspection on application to the tenant. | p,¢ _ Mail closes an hour before ordinary mail Se ——
in their latest Model 5307 8 Valve Ra-| Miriam Adina Straker, c/o Messrs. Haynes YEARWOOD & BOYCE. revious Schedules should be cancelled :
diogram . Its_Kenyotes are HIGH| & Griffith, Solicitors, No, 2 Swan Street, 6.6.50—Tn : ‘ . , ed
QUALITY REPRODUCTION, OUT- | Bridgetown, on or before the 31st day of General Post Office For domestic and light lubrication purposes you ne
STANDING SENSITIVITY, SIMPLICITY | August, 1950, after which date I shall pro-||_“MEDMENHAM”, PINE HIL1—st Barbados .

OF OPERATION. We shall be pleased] ceed to distribute the assets of the de-| Michael, a very desirable residence, 29th Ji ba
to demonstrate this Model at your con-| ceased among the parties entitled thereto! standing. on 1 acre 3 roods of land June, 1950, €6 ,
venience. Dial 3878 Da Costa & Co., Have, posers peeve to cy thes ol nee eve aes contains verandah, |:
a , 6.50—3: whic 3 ie) ave otice an drawtn a . >
Ltd., Electrical Dept 0 . ” 1 will not be liable for the assets or any bedenoela @ with, De Ee Cea’ '1QUOR LICENCE NOTICE ee
part thereof #0, distributed to any per- | convenien: buttery, pantry, and] The applicati fC ia cristae : . | a preductiet Sorte meee SAE
son of whose debt or claim I shall not : ? ation of Courtenay - YY "
FURNITURE Son Be voreed agar hitched: See ity, water and tele field Wilkinson of Near St. ratharirine | ADVERTISE IN THE aaa | Obtainable at all branches of

FURNITURE—One Larder & one Kit-| AND all persons indebted to the sald} In the yard there are servants rooms, Malt Linuoms permission to sell Spirits, || |
chen Cabinet, almost new. Apply to] estate are requested to settle their said | garage etc., and the grounds compriée, Shingled - ti A mosrded and j Fy y y "

ee » | indebtedness without delay. ° House attached t side: ‘hi y
Fe. S.Worme No." 3 “iugenden” | Mgchetners inet Sone, 1950, | Hawn and "enraens. Near’ St Gaierincse Se Bulent CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.
Barbarees Hill -6.50—3n MIRIAM ADINA STRAKER, nspection by appointment with the onted is 28th day of June, 1950 ci
ogame eee TABLE —~ | Qualified Administratrix of the . Estate owe ae D. oer a Dial aa a ee Police Magistrate, Dist. “Cc.” o al zs IaH =< ees =

‘Solid Mahogany aoe ¥ oye of Lewis Oliver Yarde, deceased, ‘he a oes property Ww! ig cet 2c Sianed; COURTENAY CHESTERFIELD ata te
100. years’ old--Seats 8— persons. 21.6.50.—-4n. | S#1¢ by public competitign at our office WILKINSON, Leben teal elt panne
Phone Miss E. Gowdey — 2636 James street, Bridgetown, on Friday Applicant

22.6.50—6n 20th June instant at 2 p.m. N.B.—This application will be considered
recesses AEE NOTICE YEARWOOD & BOYCE, at a Licensing Court to be held at
Solicitors Police Court, District “C", on
POULTRY Re Estate of 15,6,50—12n. Monday, the ioth day of July! 1950, ~
mcs se? FITZ ELD, A o'clock, a.m,

POULTRY—Rhode Island Red Pullets ere REID | “WoOUSE—Oone (1) Board and Shingled A. 'W. HARPER.

and Cockerels. -Mrs. M. W- Clarke, f | house 18 x 10 with shedroof & Kitchen Police Magistrate, Dis ”
“Sherwood” Roebuck St. Phone 2224 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that al!| Situated at Woodbourn, St. Philip. Ap- 30.6.50.—1n &
30.6.50—2n] persons having any debt or claim upon] ply to C. Gooding on Premises ‘ cs .
or affecting the estate of Fitz Herbert] ~ 20.6.50—2n | (°F FF%9%S9S999959965690655+
ne ee | Reid Inte of the Garden in the parish
of Saint James who died in this Island
MISCELLANEOUS on the 17th day of May, 1949, are WANTED JUMBLE SALE i
rents TS Dial 8436 hereby required to send in particulars var hie
ANTHURIUM PLANTS al 436. | |of their claims, duly attested, to. the - umble Sale will be held
undersigned c/o D. Lee Sarjeant of lar (Saturday) July | Ist

~ - TDelivery Cart in| James Street, Bridgetown, Solicitor, on in the Bethel Hall Bay Street

CART—one 2-wheel Delivers, Lid or before the 20th day of August, 1950,| HELP commencing at 1) vo'dieek. This
good condition iia’ 35.6.50--an. | after which date we shall proceed to] —— "i effort sponsored by the Dalkeith

Shan *| distribute the assets of the said estate Gs uae ae for Peis peep % Saree is in aid of Missionary
Serr 95 ; a th tles entitled thereto hav- mshouse at a Salary o per unds

GALY ANISh Sa sia Dial ing reward ahs debts aA claims only | month, plus $10.76 Cost of Living Al- x
9 foot galvanise sheets $4.06 nae'50—1n | of which we shall then have had notice, lowance. SOS OCGEES
nia selena and that we shall not be Mable for ; et ae eat ee be ne
sheulanandininanenntaiotinbies |

ss' Si 1 etty col-| assets 80 distributed to any person of | forwar oO r De ohnson, SS
outs and, der at 3 pet wair. The| whose debt or claim we shall ESN have eae not later than Monday 3rd SAVE

d re 2 1 50—4n. ‘ ce 2 mt f such distribu- y 195 3
Modern Dress Shoppe. 29.6.50—An. | had notice at the time of suc RPE CGEuaY mhitn tig Slant te "ete TO-DAY

SSES PLASTIC HANDBAGS with AND all persons indebted to the said tained from the P.M.O
baeciier straps. Red, White and Black | estate are requested to settle their Signed. ON WELL-BOUGHT Z
at $1.90, The Modern Dress Shoppe. eecounts without delay. A A B. GILL,

29,6.80—An, | "Dated. this 15th day of June, 1960, Clerk, Poor Law Guardians, | FURNITURE
HAROLD ATHELS' , . Joseph ”

NEEDLES for your record player . - ELIEN LOLITA BLACKMAN, 25.6,50—5n. ala _ e
ell kinds including Ruby and Sapphire ALFRED TAYLOR REID, THE MONEY-SAVING WAY
semi-permanent needles to play several Qualified Executors, OFFICE CLERKS, (2) males with good ;
tnousand recordings. 6! ten Est. FitzHerbert Reid, decd. soars and olhined ie eee Ny eeeeaaees Dresser-robes, & Lin- <

A. BARNES & CO., : 17 6.50--4n. pply in person w written applica- en Presses in Mahogany, or ma- . 1 . , . ’
Bs doa kit flon to the Secretary, Bekstein Brothers, |} howard, Cedas’ Birch or Deal Avail yourself of the Golden Opportunity ——Here’s a list of Some Items.
CE | | semaine 1 AT, SAEOMEs 28.6.50—3n —Bedsteads, Beds & Morris .

NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Frank Cushions, $4.50 up—Cradles $3 ee ISN SSEIE sInInn saan SgSSEISSE ERNIE NRE NEES EEOEeENEneEneD
Sinatra, Bing and all the rest. Come NOTICE MISCELLANEOUS BY ena Sian, aiccamname ores: BOYS’ SHOES IN GE : GREY FLANNEL, 56 in GENTS HANDKERCHIEFS WASHABLE GINGHAMS
and get, but quick. aie aaneenanee Tub & Rush fumiture—Berbice Leather All Sizes $2.16 a yard 15, 24, 27, 40c. each Lovely Plaids

A. BARNES & CO., LTD. Our readers are reminded of the Sale : and other Easy Chairs—Dining & , ’ , , D ua
24.5.50-t.f.n.| 4. aay at R. Archer Mc Kenzie's office Persons to listen to ‘Jeffreys Beer Book Racks—ice Boxes, and other $2.98 a pr. up * . . . — . " Only 47 cents a yar

—$—$———— mmm | Victoria Street of the dwelling house Lanny de Monthrun g08. his artistes, te things CREAM FLANNEL, 56 in GENTS SOCKS — 32 & 4% noe _——e —— =

PLASTIC HEADTIES ee Pe i called “CAMELOT” standing on 12,610 on 9.00 oe pt sth afd wath guy, Kitchen Tables, extension & fixed GIRLS’ SHOES $2.88 up From $3.50 a yard. @ pr GUARANTEEI Ww ASHABLE
designs or solid, shades 36c, Goro. Tin'| square feet of land at Chelsea Rosa, sa and 12th Ty tops—Roll Top and other Desks » HATS 49c, each - ~ PRINTS AND HAIRCORDS.
Moqern er er, ———— | near to the Clubs. A good Rane of Wet er aha ae e STRIPED FLANNEL, 56 in GENTS BOWTIES — 98¢, each From 686. a yard

$ +). ns je ~ . IBBER SANDALS From $2.69 a yard a m -

RAINCOATS with collars or Hoods, | Ve* CINE CAMERA Eight millimetre RU f m .69 a yard, al
Bine Green, Maize, White and Pink at) ————————-—---"---""" | Kodak . preferred. In good condition. L § WILSON Special Offer. 50c. a pair up GENTS LOVELY TIE DOMESTIC
$4.80. The Modern Dress Shoppe. Hodsen C/O Alleyne, Arthur & Co. Lid. je We STRIPED ‘TROPICALS 56 in 59¢. up a . ‘

29.6.50—4n. OTICE 29.6.50—4. ’ . : : ‘ = Hleavy Quality. 27 in. wide,
——— N Trafal an BOYS’ SOCKS (Long) From $2.98 a yard — cs :
RETREAD tyres at special cash un rafalgar St. ::: Dial 4069 Clearing 12c, a pair -- | SHOES IN MANY QUA 1ES Only 36c. a yard
p. yres spe 7 Hood and Mae Burne) a) ee ‘ - ro oi % ee ‘ ee npteamnceaaieabiesiqioninhdndalin

’ 3. 650 x 20 at $28.25, 32 x 6 at If Ruth Ho ; ere aa PLAIN TROPICALS, 56 in ALL REDUCED ‘
fino; 34x 7 at $46.90; G25 x 20 at| at the Lene ray eonmanting Barbados Youth Movement ‘=== BOYS’ CAPS $2.00 per yard up ————— se ta. eenee camel

5 each. Enquire Auto Tyre Com- o' ' . 8 . s 569% 4, 464, 0 a : ‘ he White aki 36 in eavy uality
vena Trafalgar Street, Phone 2696 to their advantage. 28.6 .50—3n This is your ‘chance now to help the SOPCRROGO FO CRO9EOT Ove Clearing 32c. each. - — ee — CORK HATS White & Khaki ae ae a cee
gata 21.6.50—t.f.n. Barbados Youth Movement. 14 years we|@ y bi PLAIN TROPICALS, 56 in $1.50 each eee
OOOO Oo NOTICE were fighting the cause of ~ ae g % BOYS’ WHITE POLO SHIRTS $2.00 per yard “a aT 7 SPUN SILKS

ate, 1 Youths of Barbados. . = ‘ > s ) 1" f Ut SIL
PERSONAL IRVINE DAVIS of Sealy Hall, St. John ai Leauge tre still Maing the same x . é G * 2 for $1.00. ee aad PIN STRIPE TWEEDS ents eee awe adae all _ Various Colours
cs , begs to inform his chee Pres te plies Ed the sland | % BOYS’ FELTS.—24c. each. $6.98 a yard reduced considerably for 36 in 84c. a yard up
—_—_—_—__ “| that as the result of an accident he is ’ ; id | ¥ Pe - ; ;
forward to do their art. So : a you! ; "oe . , ,

This serves to notify the general pub-| detained as a patient at the Hospital.) Satnl tots ihe unfortunate youths | § %| LARGE PLASTIC TABLE | KHAKI DRILLS, Washable. |. *°" WHITE ORGANDY.,

Ne that T shall not be responaible for| but hopes to be ow again "28.6.50—3n | of Barbados . % COVERS 59c,, 78c., 92c. and $1.00 a yard. |] RAYON STOCKINGS 36 in. Tbe. a yard
any debt gr debts contracted by my | WUC Nn | REV. OL. BRUCE-CLARKE—Founder s % ) Lively Designs $2.00 each 2 Prs. for $1.00 SHARKSKIN WHITE
wife Ena Azalia Valentine Straker (nee) NOTICE Rev. J.B. GRANT—Chaplain | % ——— | WHITE DRILLS (Good Quality) matte a ay cael ,

2: ay y e an se Sec . * . . . Y a d
SEALE, she having jeft ay — na Mrs. OLGA BROWNE Gen pacts y DAMASK TABLE COVERS 78c., 82c., 98e. a yard * GOOD QUALITY COT- 1.85 a yar
protection without my nowledg: ia s ‘ Shea te that sntab 30.6.5 n * GROUND BLACK PEPPER! $2.18 each Ss 2 for $1.00 ¢ EORGE' Tr ¥ Qualit

ronsent s hereby given Pinal ant sa baagtanrenceren a aeenene st . . . , . Tike ve aE a ‘ine ality
wah Cc. L, STRAKER. tion of the Barbados Mutual Ald and LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE 34c. oz. BLUE DENIM—68c. a yard rer se 48. in. wide 990. a yard

20.6.50-4. | Amessment Assurance Society to cause ORETTONES, in Beautiful Floral] GENTS FELTS—2e_ each "NYLON STOCKINGS ) :
= | to be introduced in e - : MOV. tar Designs—59c. and 75c, a yd, anes 158 and $1.78 a pr. HE TAFFETAS
BRD eens aes er eement As] The application. of Nae ee : GENTS Two-Tone srorr| ——* nee Eee
LosT «& FOUN rieeadns orp agg rh gr the pur-| Chancery. Lane Road, Ch. Ch. purchaser » Jelly i BED TICK, 56 in. Pink and Blue SHIRTS, 98¢ LADIES’ FI * rt 5
s 54 of 18 ; .
| pose of authorising the said Barbados]? Haver, nn i Ny 2 A gg tg Stripes. —$1.09 a yd. “em ra ee or 92,08 ond h BLUE FLANNEL (Wool)
Mutual Aid and Assessment Assurance] (% 0 “)0.) 0 ng shingled shop with shed- » Flavouring Essences eee GENTS PLAIN DRESS SHIRTS - F Vindewwead
LOST Society to take the necessary steps topo? Dt eG oint st. Philip, for. per- KRLANKETS .— Beautiful Shades. $1.98 each LADIES’ PU — Good Quality or

SWEEPSTAKE TICKET— Series MM wind up its affairs and cease doing| mission to use the said license at a board Alison's White Rolled Oats Single and Double - - Leather — 39c. up 72 cents a yd

9932 Finder please return to Oriando business. sd and shingled shop with shed roof attached 7 “$2.14 up GENTS STRIPED DRESS — |

ison Wavell Avenue, Black Rock Dated this 28th day of Juge 1950 at Chancery Lane Road, Ch, Ch, within Daily Powdered Whole Milk : SHIRTS $2.04 each LADIES’ JERSEY LINENS FOR UNIFORMS

, - 29.6.50-—2n CARRINGTON & SEALY, | District “B” , é PYJAMAS i Shades Creat nd A

Solicitors for The Barbados Mutual] Dated this 28th day of June, 1950, Chase BEDROOM RUGS.—Lovely ais SILK PYJAMAS in many All Shades
Aid and Assessment Assurance Society. | To :—~ C Ww. RUDDER, Esq... & Sanborn Coffee Designs. $2.98 each. GENTS JERSEY SPORT and Sizes — $3.00 a Pr. 36 in. wide 5c. a yard.
ke 4 et eB ne 4 : 3
fence : . 30.6,50—3n Police naleiraia, Dist Oy nici. (1-1 Tins) BATH TOWELS—47c. up SHIRTS .—-$1.50 each. are ere rE
for Applicant, 7 4 ox sae 4 Ji , Y eo b hs : .
Stop Pyorrtiea LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE N.B—This application, will’ be consid- Quinn’s Cocktail (Salted) GLASS TOWELS — 49c. each GENTS VESTS—2 for $1.00 Lovely Ones, So Many Kinds 36 in 66 4 cane,
ered at the Licensing Court to be he * —
The application of Cyril Cox ana on Wednesday, 10th Gay of July 20g at Peanuts q — ALSO — GEN RUBBER SOLE PUMPS 15e. up SILK BROCADE
i \ "elock a.m, . ts Dist 3 oor SIL ADE,
Laurenge Cox trading a4 Cor Bros, noida; | ip.cciock im. st Police Courts Pitt 1% Kraft Prepared Mustard %\THOUSANDS OF | HABER: cai LADIES’ PLASTIC BATH CAPS 36 in. AM. Shades.
n 0 u to. Irvin Applewhaite in respect of Cc. W. RUDDER, $/DASHERY LINES SUCH AS GENTS LEATHER BELTS and APRONS—24e, & 84c. each I5c. a yard.
premises viz: a double roofed board A Police Manisteate Dist. 7° sf Cheese with Macaroni ¥ EDGES, LACES RIBBONS, 2 48« h ee
Teeth and Sore;shingle shop at St. Patricks, wh. Ch 6.50. n ” s S y Cc. eac “9 - oe ee a me : STERS
metegting Gums. You have Pyorrhes, | within Dist. “B" for permission to use KNITTING WOOL ELASTIC, LADIES’ PEARL EAR-RINGS | LOVELY STYLISH BRASSTERS

Trench Mouth or a bad disease which | said license at a board and shingle shop HAIRNETS, PINS, CLIPS, | FINE QUALITY PLASTIC AND Many Fine Styles — $1.00 a Pr. $1.12 each

sooner or later will make your teeth fall) gt Green Hill, St. Michael re eat COMBS POWDERS PER. NE LAS / 3 ce rt

out and may cause Rheumatism and Heart)" pated this 20th day of June, 1950 1 , As mre . LEATHER BELTS —18c each 78’ GOLD B LADIES’ COTTON PANTIES

Trouble. Stop this disease now wie To the Police Magistrate, Dist. “A” FU 1 eeuies Se | nares 5 ee is ® for $1.00

4 very Amosan. Stops bleedin Signed G. LYNCH, . E (D. 1s Te dhe . ® 32 y ic. eac ~ 94
pems in 21 hours, ends sore mouth and igned G at dickies HAIR BRUSHES — 62c. each

for Applicants
tightens teeth. fron clad xuaren id N.B.—This application will ie consid-
reeese Nes Kcr siied kane on return| ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
a exapty rackage. Get Amosan from your Police Court, District “A”, on Monday

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* PAGE EIGHT

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A SCENE at the Police Band Cv ncert held at the Parada Souare k
Police Band is seen while just in . cont of them is pyramid by memb
Culture Club. The large crowd ‘athers in the for

nn Sn nn ne en

Malverns
Win Again
3-5

visiting Malvern footbal!
Trinidad ended thei
defeating the Col-

KITCHENER

(By E. L.

London’s
night

for h

West Indian

The
team from
tournament by

ony XI by three goals to two a at
Kensington Oval yesterday after faey will .be playing it to-
noon, (

At half time, the score was 2

. West Indians.
in favour of the visitors who ha
a penalty scored against them fend iehaer aire bas
Gon) scorers were “Putty” Qiynin efore tiie match thi
Lewis, Paul Carr and “Squeakie” \)).); but it probably has us
Hinds for Malvern while Drayton dergone considerable thange since
and Reynold Hutchinson scored giey oo | won't tuinte’ ie 46k vou
for the colony. Phe King Hotel, London head
The Malvern team turned up in quarters of the team, thought up

a mighty nice gesture to greet the

rni . + ther of thei c B
mpusn or 86 m0 boys on their return this after-

regular skipper Phil Doughlin, an

th teams "oon rhe hotel was bedecked
teed Sie ise Cinive of the field with flags, and they had even
where Shey remained for a few found Red Ensigns with the

a “ - crests of Barbados, Trinidad, Ja-
Rat Dee, Tae oerk eee maica, and British Guiana. These
to make the trip. were given pride of place over the
Malvern took the kick off from front entrance, where several
the pavilion end but the colony’s West Indians had gathered to wel-
forwards immediately took over come the conquering heroes It
and made the first threat at thgir ie a pity Sone had thought of a
a 2 = "eS rass bank
oP, gee foo puny was thas as Skipper Goddard was elated but
going and from a corner kick by tired and I did not think you
Lynch from the left side centre would wont me to worry him wit!
forward “Putty” Lewis headed ony kind of interview We had tea
out of the reach of goal keeper together, the crowd of us, and
Smith to put his side one up. talked everything but cricket, al-
The colony's defence was now though that constantly crept into
kept busy as their opponents kept the chatter. Every few seconds it
up a series of attacks on their goal, seemed another cable would ar-
Another corner was awarded and rive and the skipper would pass it
again Lynch took an accurate around for all to see.
shot, this time centre half Paul
Carr headed in to give Malvern
their second.



I couldn't begin to list the
people who wired their con-

gratulations—George, Head-

The colony team made a num- ley, Manny Martindale, Sir

ber of attempts to score but when Errol Dos Santos, Chartie

their front men did not kick wide, Taylor, Reg. Wishart, and

the Malvern defence got in their family, friends, Commercial

way. firms, sporting organisations.
eee geoey, asain pee ean _ Nobody has forgotten the team
raid, Hutchinson kicked wide, in their moment of victory and

a is > sy they appreciate it.
an cee ot the malt * bast The London evening papers un-
fence busy but they were ‘able to “nimously acknowledged it as a
avert all danger. = well dese rved victo ry, even

Shortly before the interval, ful] though, as 1. N. Bailey of the Star
back Emanuel was adjudged Puts it “it does a disservice to
guilty of foul play in the area, English cricket on the eve of our
Drayton took the kick and made departure on a hard tour of Aus-
no mistake, tralia.” Bruce Harris, Sports

On the resumption, Malvern Editor of the Evening Standard,
were first on the offensive but the headlines his story, “Blame Hero
colony’s defence withstood their Ramadhin Por Our Pall,” and cer-
attacks, new the Sao East Indian has

ny . s nde y made a tremendous impression in
dees eatatinn unnee. 8 Engiand, His match analysis in
front men carried the ball well jip this ‘Test speaks for_ itself “115
the field but Lucas kicked over Overs, 70 Maidens, 152 runs, 11
with a good shot. wickets, 1 doubt very much if
it was not long after this that Hedley Verity or even Clarence
Malvern made a raid and Grimmett has ever made such
“‘Squeakie” Hinds at inside right Showing on a perfect wicket, To-
scored the third tor his team with day he had four tor 12 in 26 overs
a well placed shot., of which 20 were maidens,

The Colony team in spite Of this{e«. E. M. Willing |
set batk, were still lookinig fort: News, our séverest critic all along,
goals and Wilkes sent in aliubs this “the blackest day for
grounder which Mills saved, Later English cricket since 1882, when
Chase cut in from the right wing the Australians, who had not yet
and sent in a hard one but again become a power in the game, won
Mills held on to it. pads

The colony’s front





men kept

on pressing, causing their oppon but







TEST VICTORY CALYPSO

Trinidad’s calypsonian, “Lord Kitchener,” famou:
“Chinese V-Day,” and “Tie Tongue Mopsy,” has
ilready composed a new calypso on to-day’s victory and

‘aribbean, the two London night clubs most frequented by for

in the Evenina’



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Police Concert

@ From Page 3
certo which was arranged for the





Barbados Puts B.C.L. Presentation
Out Flags Match Saturday

@ From Page 5 The





Barbados Cricket League will

Band by Bandsman Murre!. A few bicycles paraded the stage its Sxapentation Match on murdey
. * t a mr: “ye NeXt at the Princess Alice Playing Fields,
Cpl. Wilfred Best and hisftown decorated with hibiseu Reef Giounds. Teadu taking pert ape
Xylophone was featured in the] flowers and cars filled with hap- Lancashire the Champion Chib in the

mext item. He gave two solos} py tans snake tneir
“Bagatelle” and
Rufus” on that

Championship Division and “The Rest.”
The Match starts at 1.30 p.m. and the
Presentation takes place at 5.p.m.
The team to represent Lancashire will



y Wrouga
town, the occupants singing
merr.ly all the time

“Rusticatin § the
instrument. Mr







. ‘ = 1 . selocted fr o. berts (Capt 1, M.
Cheeseman, one of the Guest] Jn The No:theru Parishes So aaa See ie Sia ie eee
Artists, next brought the crowd In the Northern parishes, mo Belle, W. Linton, P Cole, E. Thomas,
to their feet when he sang the}tor cars, vans and bicycles wer ene ae TS gy ag eras tro "
popular Hit Parade tunes “My passing the sirects, bedecked with ‘tirCarthy “iWhite Roses, _L. . Walcott
Foolish Heart” and “I Can Dream flowers and ferns non, C. Symmonds (Penrade:, H
Can't I” 2 ee o ine ale Corbin (Barrows), 1. Drakes ‘Inch Mar-
. Z One van was seen moving alone je Glades (King Park), H. Pierce

A Sketch of a “Race Day on the Porters Road with two flags ana ‘S. Catherinei, C. Reid iColts:, Q. Rus-
Savannah” was next given by b . ; + ; ell. iCyctoner, Douglas (Western) V.

: untings to it front and rear tale, * ae
members of the Young Men’s Fent Goodwill), W. Clarke (Rangers)

Men could be seen
and down

moving us
ih come sort of flow

— $s

Progressive Club. This sketch was and the praise did not go only to

a typical Barbadian scene depict-

; . er in their bution hoes, shiri the. West Indians but also the
ing the local folk betting. It wa besem or cap pea English opening batsman Wash-
also very natural and brought to Cricket fans were for the whole }rook, who helped England to pu

the mind of the onlooker the way

: ; day taiking about the victory and
in which a Barbadian enjoyed], =

up a decent fight.

hi the accomplishments of “Mystery In one street of the City a
imself on the Savannah. Man” Ramenhin and 20-year-old group of men danced and sang
The Band next formed them- Tamaican slow left arm bowler while a small boy beat out u

selves into a Male Voice Choir Valent ne.

quick tempo on a
In the shops, pubs and barber but the
saloons the only topic was cricket to drink.

rusty bucket

and sang two humourous songs less demonstrative typk

‘Little Tommy Went A-Fishing’
and “There Was A Tack”. They
also rendered the two negro
spirituals “Deep River” and
“Swing Low Sweet Chariot”. In
the last two Norman Wood, of the

night. In the background the
rs of the Bats Rock Physical

TO-NIGHT













































nd was successfully staged.
The programme then climaxed
with the scene commemorating the
135th Anniversary of the famous
Battle of Waterloo. Responsible
putting this over were the
vhole Band and Band Cadets, s!>
Police Recruits from the Training
School and four Mounted Police-
men—the iatter representing thi
Duke of Wellington and hi:

lovely

TOOTAL LINES

More

night at the Paramount anc

for the first time in a Test in Eng-
land, They won by only 7 runs at
the Oval, but that was enough to
prempt the tamous obituary no

tice to England’s cricket which A.D.Cs. ; : ;
gave Vise to the mythical The various features in thi
Ashes. Now the West Indie: scéne were: At Camp ‘befori ()
have triumphed by an over- Mawn, The Morning Gun, The

Village Church Strikes 4.00 a.m
Reveille, Camp Prepares for Bat
ue, The Alarm Sounds, March o!
the French Army, The genera
assembly of Duke of Wellington’:
3ritish Troops, Prayers before the

whelming margin, and no amoun
of crepe and ashes can adequately
express English feelings.”

For the record, the West Indies
now join South Africa as the only
visiting team to win a Test victory

In Plain Shades

of Light Green,

in England—apart, of course, from Hattle, The Alarm, Charge tah'g oer, ert
Australia, India and New Zealand Battle and ended with Flight Ss Rose, Gold
ire yet to win a Test itself in this ‘he remnants of Napoleon's es - SUES)

French Army and Victory March
cf the Duke of Wellington,

Capt, C. E, Raison, A.R.C.M.,
MB.E., did the spade work for
the Concert and must be praised
fer successfully staging his fourth
successful outdoor Concert in
Barbados.

At the conclusion Col. R. T
Michelin, Commissioner of Police.
thanked those’ who attended and
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2nd Test Match

@ from page 1
a change in the attack. Worrell

eountry or at home.
Before I pass on from this Tes:
I wish to correct one incorrect
statement I have made. Prio
Jones only dropped one of thos
chances from Washbjook, The
cther drcpped about a yard ‘in
front of him. Unfortunately I am
not sitting in the press box at
Lord’s, but have a position in the
bress annexed which is broadside
on ww the wicket. However I am
not afraid to apologise to Prior
and I gladly correct the report.
One happier note for England
to-day was Reg Simpson’s per-
formance at Trent Bridge, The
Notts star, out of this Test because
of an injured foot, hit 248 not out
ogainst Worcestershire — the
highest score he has ever made
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vern missed a good opportunity™ Lucas, R. Hutchinson. ‘rance, West Indies flags are flut | fall of wickets: 1-28, 2 ah ar a Phone 4267, 4455.
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AT LORD’

WI. SCORE FIRST
TEST WIN IN U.K:
W.l. 326 and (for 6 wkts.) 425

England 151 and 274

E. L. COZIER.
LORD'S GROUND, Lon ion, June 29
"THE WEST INDIES have beaten England a
Lord’s. This bald statement is as much as |
can do in the moment of celebrations With dozens i
of jubilant West Indians all around me drimkine
“Gold Braid.’’ My bottle, mind you.

For this story IT long for the “muse ef fire that would
ascent the brightest heaven of invention.” Lord’s is
certainly “a stage for princes to act and monarchs to be
hold the swilling scene’—and today saw ‘he final curtail
of the most sweeping scene in which West Indian cricket
ers have ever starred













S. Koreans Hold
55-Mile Line

TOKYO, June 29.
E SOUTH KOREANS are now holding o line running
55 miles around the Haw River from the China Sea to
the junction of the Pukhan River thence to Chunchon 61
miles northeast of Seoul across te the east coast jn the
Vicinity of Kaeegnung.

* Top army officials in) Wash-

, ington ré garded the position as
M. eA th | still “wather fluid” but saia that
a r ur general: the of the

morale

» |South Korean forces was _ fair
Flies To Korea {and had improved considerably

in areas where there was evi-

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dence of American air support.
By ROY Mac CARTNEY | Yt was learned on highest au-
TOKYO, June 29. | thority that there had been no
General Douglas MacArthur,’ request from General MacArthur
to-day flew to Korea, in a dram- | to use American combat troops

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atic bid to make ~@ first ‘hand | iv Korea.

stvategi¢ appraisal of the measures The only American ground
necessary to stem the Contmunist | forces which have been sent
onrush from the North, The situ- | {rom Javan ere signe! and sup-

























¢ Particular satisfaction wi and in his seventh over at iw
ation has’ many parallels with | ply | a vil use* come first to those who wowe for | broke through the dour derenc.
March, 1942, when he flew from keeping” units Officials here tunate enough to see tt ga to remove the bails

Bataan in the Philippines to or- | said any decision to use Ameri- | hope I have been able to bri Washbrook had not added an

xanise the defence of Australia| ¢an troops in action would have

against the Japanese. to be made with the concurrence
Shortly after Seoul fell yester- | 5» ihe United Stathe Be overe
day, General MacArthur sum- ; th Bi

to you at. home, something

thing to his overnight total of
the keenness and exciten

lid

vhich each day brought Evans came in with the score-
. os nee seg | ment Even more satisfying to th board reading 228—5—114
say heoecohsistineens sont aeact? | American casualties so far in f us in England—and | thine Washbrook had done a wonde
representing the British and Aus- Korea were reported to be three very one of us must have bec ful job yesterday His inning
tralian Press, to a secret confer- killed and twelve missing There here this morning—is that 4 contained three tute blemishes
ence at his headquarters in|iS no report of any Americans have won a decisive victory | dropped catches in the 90's an
Tokyo. The 70-year-old General’s having been wounded. In addition the face of a most unsympathetic }at 101. These were not mention
eye sparkled. He said “Tl give {three Americans lost their lives

press,

Never have I read stories day
ifter day which see so little me
tn the men who are actually win
ning a game Every paper i

it to you straight—I am flying to}/when 2 B.26 crashed into the
Korea to-morrow for a two-day /fucean upproaching its home base
visit to help restore morale and jin Japan after a sortie over Korea.
make evaluations.” Military officials here were

Outlining his plans for the trip, |heartened to-day by reports that

ed in any morning paper [I have
so far seen

This fact I report, not as a re-
flection on Washbrook’'s perform-



ance, on Which | commented yes-

ondon saw England’s 151 purely |terday. but as a sad comm ntary

the General conveyed to the cor-jthe weather over the battle line us poor batting, there was prec fon English journal. It underlines
respondents something of the des- | was improving.

: ious little said about the brillia 1 necessity which become more
peration of the situation in] ‘They said it would be favour-

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- nicetek . ee ¢ ae ‘ re ¥ wr bowling of Valentine and Ram widant » . .

“ ; arm. a THIS WEST INDIES TEAM who defeated England at Lords in the Second Test of the 1950 West Ind es tour to England, has written y 5 1 vident as the tour continues
ct tare Wil ke he hae um. {able for close air support and an imperishable page in the history of West Indies cricket. To them goes the honour of being the firsi to defeat England at home ever aa t food fielding was mor G ddard’s magnificent catch
brella, and we are not certain if should help the South | Korean since the West Indies were accorded Test match status in 1928. ie na a not a mere fluke “ ‘so brushed off by one
the landing fields will have any- ground troops in equipping and Bridgetown was bedecked with flags in honour of the event and flags that frame the picture above were all flying from the top — )>Urely the effort of.the two youn; moreoat newspaper as a bail
one to guide us, But I am going|*ePlenishing their supply losses of the leading business houses in the Colony yesterday in honour of the achievement of the West Indies tean |Spinners, especiafly in this match, gene straight to him whieh ac
in” ct TOWN Left to right are (inset) A. Valentine, S. Ramadhin, K. Trestrail, C. Walcott, H. Johnson, P. Jénes, R. Christiani, C. Williams, jnust rank aS one of the outstand cidently stuck in his right hand.

General MacArthur said he did TRY TO RETAKE (inset) F. Worrell, E. Weekes, G. Gomez, J. Goddard, J. B. Stollmeyer,.A. F. Rac Of those pictu ibove Trestrail and Johnson et bes a in the ene old con ; Noting could be more un

/ t it » -con ‘es J E Twe € c o v4 P s & s " . e a =

not want to dissuade correspond- United States Air and Naval did not play in the Second Test Williams was Twelfth Man it versus bal No post Just to a splendid pie of an
ents who wanted to accompany



mortem is necessary after this
Forces bombarded North Korean

ticipation Another writer puts
match, There has been no demise

the boll in his left bend, and t

am made to wonder whethe

the er't'es are really present ai

the game,

Ten runs later, Ramadhin bow!
ing With two leg slips and a man .

him, but this was an unusually

s fig “ . forces and invasion bases in j 1 G C W . \ ry “ , is only necessary to pay full,
Your courage, but 1 want to give [South Korea to-day and South The War In omes Corrects Webb's |\US Troops Mary | iisccot is vomebibe, eteoaa

tribute — te
your judgement a chance.” he |orean Defence Troops launchea

-" ; hn Goddard aad his team. Com
: Korean Defence oops launchee 67; S oe B u d ;/ vents have been made during the
athe General's demeanour was and ‘airfield, @ communiaie, Se) orea naccurake we ee ” : a ;

vurse 6f the gafhe, and some cen
confident, and he obviously was |General Douglas MacArthur's



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- “ ire has been meted out in par ried 4 eh Se Evans ‘worked

j rsi i announced. ; » 2 NEW YORK, June 29, | ticular instances rut”, Me fed him one just outside
Soman fromy thes vous Ge AT ec ugh et ae said B29 Pravda Version MR. GOMES, leader of the Wak tolls terete President Truman may be faced | It would be a strange event Ai me Jeg stump, Evans swung,
can “Mikado” in Japan. bombers raided Kimpo and the 9 asked today to comment on Food Minister Webb's state- | \V!'" Making 8 decision on whether which there was fio Toom Yor oritrey meatwo the Tenge of the thfigiders

Asked whether it was wise for |airfield in a softening up opera- _LONDON, June 29 as roy on heat a ¢ sana Mi ster ebbp's sta €-}io order American troops, as well |cism, but the overall picture has my to watch Rae hold &@ good
him to run any risks at this time, |tion before South Korean troops, Pravda, Soviet Communist party ment in Commons yesterday that “at the moment the West ]us combat planes and warships, pees one of great satisfaction pe ae wh head high It was
he replied “for 50 years they had |ctarted their push. American F.80/tewspaper, today published a de- Indies were not providing the sugar they had contracted]|into the fight to save Southern | Viewed as a whole, I have nothing | another maiden wicket for the
been thinking I Gan’t take care of fighters on strafing missions des- | scription of a photograph which it

to deliver,” declared: “This is the most disconcerting aspect | Sorea from Communist conquest, | but good to say of the performanci

Trinidadian and the West Indians
iccording to reports from Wash-!of these four and a half days. 1

cheered lustily. 238-—6~.2

myself, but I always have.”

alleged showed Mr, John Foster
General MacArthur's aide and

troyed trucks and aera eee Dulles, the American State De~ of these negotiations.

Two beach landings consolidat-























































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al il Major partment adviser, in a trench in i Inaccuracies are perhaps de-Jinst some United States troop, layers for special mention. Every Yardtey Out
person pilot, Major Anthony ed to a depth of a few miles by p be cae Sak S > what i , fensible when committed by those has Hed 1 , nd i Jenkins joined his captain but
Story arranged for tle armin t h h-| Korea “examining a map of wha e : ; . inits in Japan had been put on’ 'nan has pulled his weight and if $4] , 1 {
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the whole party. orth z A helled by was to become the fighting area ueul e Ss Ss | but aa ata al f he alert to be ready for action ome have been mentioned in des- hinge wis draw ng imexor
Shortly after d&wn, the sKlver {on and Samchok were s ners, | before hostilities opened , a hae oe Paar wank sat the Min Highly placed informants in| patches more often than others, it) @bly to its close. Yardley edged one
painted four engined “Bataan” |United States naval -* onj| According to a Tass message e 4 1 seh tt Se d be acquaintea | washington said late last night{1s merely because opportunity has } ftom V atentine at 245, and the ball
thundered off Hanas runway. her|who concentrated attac * j | received in London, Pravda pub- on ] ence | en - : = rye ea ote it no decision to put them in!'e:n their way. West Indians | went off Walcott’s glove for Weekes
exact destination unknown ad |Samchock and naval and grou? ‘ished the details trom’ its Berlin 2 Se is - _a staterns t fa ation Wal Vat hha tiene. Th was | rom Jamaica té British Guiana to snap it up at second slip. The
‘depending on the battle situa- units in the area Results Ww correspondent, Yurl Koroloy who r F F | indie et ul ‘ Ep ulaat f he We Iso said that when a decision was; 0d | mean each and every island English captain had tried hard
tion’. Correspondents believe tobscured by poor visibility . thur|S2id: “this revealing document ote oO ay lthey 1 SFP Os St pve Be vie Sueet iad er for or against, it}in between will join me in afand was giving us a sample cf
General MacArthur: will have General Douglas MCAT was issued by an American Pres is | oa ah ; GSives vould be taken by the President] vote of thanks to the boys and an |that Yorkshire determination of
three big decisions to make in his] flew back to Japan tonight ae Agency- in Berlin before the wa PARTS. June 29. | Sate aot fa aa i ar WW NOT himself Speculation of somel}earnest hope that this will be the |which we have so often heard
hid to save Korea a first-hand survey of the bate} tarted in Korea. F a tepaltin Dotter eee | ty lee ‘regard; ver with the West! \uthorities that he might act to-{ first of three test victories this|He had been at the wicket for
Firstly he must decide whether | situation in South Korea amid re- Korolkov said “A full side view re nee Ss tw “lt ea aie a m rs fits ; var De Ue ee eet ,_ | day rested on the fact that South- | year 45 valuable minutes but this was
it will be necessary to land| ports that North Korean spe@F-}cr ihe trench shows Dulles exam- | Mists ee ee Pas 0 ?. sey ly : Mai — ; oe Seb rn Korean forces, even with the } The Play 1 herculean task, and Yardley on
American troops on the Korean} heads would assault his advane@}i;ing a map of the forthcoming | morrow when ne ae oe te we 19Re Overnment up fF help thus far given hy the United 5 = this seuson’s form would searce
peninsula to hurl the Commuygist | headauarters at Suwon in the neXt} nilitary operations, lying on the} Dr. Henri Queui re is due to ae wy nl ; ‘ te states, have been unable to check Ramadhin bowled the first over|ly seem to be the man for any
invaders back to the 38th “paral~| few hours. 2 parapet. A highly-placed Ameri-|ceive the National Hane IDLY Mi Ww sp Fae eR pe ee he aa ene he Communist advance of the day, a maiden to Wash-|such heroic achievement
lel . Communist armour was only ¢4can officer has his glasses fixed on | 0! confidence to form a new Gov Rah ' Minie Fi ee. 3 rhe swift sweep of the tank-| brook, and Valentine ‘joined him| 245—-7—19
Secondly, he must find ottt what| miles from the walled city wher} ihe horizon. One of Dulles’ com-| ernment in the face of the Koreai 2 ": ay aa a SHINER... Ne ed Communist columns indicated|/from the nursery end. A very Wardle joined Jenkins and hit
South Korean forces remain to]the airfield has been used as 8} panions is standing upright in the situation, | i Bea ee B I. export pro hat the time for further American|:mall crowd saw the start but |a Ramadhin hie} : toss to the leg
delay the northern advance, and| American advanced base. FOUur|trench with his binoculars trained |, The 66 year old physician, who} 4u-tion up to 195% ction, may be relatively short. AiWest Indians were tall. cae . — n high
thirdly determine where a firm|North Yak fighters strafed the on the locality in front, the terri- | headed the nation’s longest lived | At the moment the B.W.I. are] Tokyo dispatch said that top | cented ¥ oun ary ae ci tell
holding line can be established to| field today damaging a Skymaster |tory of the Korean People’s|postwar Cabinet from Septem su, plying all their export produc uthorities there believed Ameri- Ramadhin had bowled si The two batgmen oh py Sie
enable the necessary regrouping! and wounding several Americ@® | Democratic Republic. ber, 1948 to October, 1949. last tic "to ine Government and. par. [can troops action could not be long feecutive wapie pow led six con- | guns and forced Goddard to mak
and buildup of troops. ~* soldiers. One Yak was shot down The American correspon-| night accepted President Vincen'| 56 thic ig peins : ne cov ielayed if South Korea was to bes iidens to Washbrook @ On page 8
The South Korean army had!by anti-aircraft guns manned by} dent's camera was fixed, on the| Auriol’s pressing demand tha'|_. i 3 ee a tT ived. Whether General Douglas oo cs clea
. 2 - . ‘ 1. ment to Canada at a profit =
troops, but suffered defeat because | Americans and South Koreans. demarcation line, the last stage|he resume premiership. Afte Masachid to MRR. anccher in facArthur’s dramatic flying visit
it lacked aircraft and warships.! Four Yaks were shot down in the preparation of the Im-jdeclaring that he realised “tht |. urate statement in Webb o the Korean front had any rela-
Now General MacArthur has both! during the action being fought perialists for the attack on North | jncreased difficulties arising from |y¢ (jes Gorn: iid “I jajes. | tion to his ideas on using Ameri- 4 ;
planes and ships, but he lacks ! while General MecAriis we Korea. the aggravation of the interna- | ,, Government h ae ofterai an troops could only be guessed
round forces. Suwon air field. e en Korolkov gave details of what) tional situation” Dr. Queuille said | gp ,antee ea . | at in Washington, but the very dis-
The Hague: hurriedly te inspect frontline | he called another “document con- He would “try to regroup all th toe OP ear dines tor noe ue oto ure of ale rt forces indi-
The Dutch Government has de- | fighting onlv one mile away ane firming the pattern of aggression | parties in the Republican-major-|m. eight years as Webb tates [cated he may favour stronger
cided to make Dutch Naval Forces |Seoul the South Korean capital|against the Korean people.” itv.” lir.m 1953 American action and has gone to
available to take part in ‘neges-|in the hands of Communist troops He quoted a Far East correspon- Though the Socialists have an-| hee 4 eA iaranter | the combat zone to see haw it can
sary measures” in the Korean prea! General MacArthur conferred] dent of the Swiss Neune Zuericher | nounced that they will yote forlefierea to date. | regret ver “« made effective
following the appeal] of the United | with South Korean President] Zeitung as saying “In Southern him—thus assuting him a con-|rm ch that Mr. Webb should hav: Persons familiar with the Mon e
Nations to its members to aid the |Svngmar Rhee. and Mr. John J.} Korea there is no shortage of peo fidence vote—it seems probable |1 o then latino mad ‘ ton, | day night Blair House Conference
Republic of South Korea Muccio. United States Ambassador ple who seek a solution for the | that he will have to do without! wien these | egotiations are a |at which the air-sea decision was
Lake Success: to South Koren The party ery serious economic problem in an | Socialist ministers in his Cabinet |e ry delicate stage ‘aad nade said that the question of em-
The Australian Government to-|etrafed while at Strwen airfield) ormed attack on the north irheuld be constrained orrec | ploying troops was passed over for 0,0 e we 6
day handed over to General Mac=|but no one was injured —Reuter. | Firm Instructions them.” he time being. The feeling was \ © a r . i
Arthur on behalf of the United - + pF | ked if he t | th t since the U.S was seeking only rl iS tana rl | a
: | : ‘ d if he wished to commen .
Nations two warships to be used| BRITAIN IN THE FRAY N W Tariff | French outgoing Foreign Min-|on the Minister. of State. Jon, [the limited objective of» rolling C
in ai » ree i | fi , : | iste 20 t Sct é said here ; te ai Se at enn he omm t to their
sia aha ee eet meee General MacArthur requested NeW age one | aot «tet oven elie I rel | = ee 5 Statement in the House | , a it sould cl c only
- : : _ § f } a) i 1 ¢ ommons yesterdas t the} er : : {
Bhoethgren and the destroyer) Linwtenane General Sie Horset) Pee Whalers lent rrumm’s announcement ont ¢f Commons yesterday that tae oe ental to tat nd ff Mutua
=e + Coe initich Commonwealth {South Korea, instructions to he important that thal he ri ' —Reuter {
Y, ryeve Lie, United Nations | Bri . ‘ | absolutely fi had been giver 5 ead - ~ —e m
S- OSLO, Jure 29 absolutely firm hi x a-aatisfactory. conclusion to the}
coreete bane: hes cancelled a aoe ce pl ag A proposal for a new wages! to the French delegate to the rar 9 net es + 5 7 : h | "
is trip to Europe ana is remain- ralian ters. . ae Mae oo } " I Set ar atic ve at they shouk :
ing hace to direct his Ep eo woe paring to employ British war-jtariff for whaling crews _ for th ee ee we ih gy atl perhaps take a little longer” | ki > Fi ds )) {
war Cabinet” for aid to th» Ko-| ships in the Korean operation. antares season 1950-51 — wps' added that ir part personally in| Gomes. replied ane mas ; "I 1 i
rean Republic it was announced | The South Koreans are std yesterday eae BSF ADEMU OE ty the military operations in Korea “Mr, Dugdale may very well] . 99 | i
today. He was also to have made holding the south bank of tne Sande Jord between representa have been reading the mind of] ~| | » Stoll | kK ) Ie ne
an important policy speech in|}aw River skirting Seoul and tives of Norwegian, British and M. Schuman said that what he} the delegation when he made this | sur ine \ »))
London on July 3.—Reuter. efter his frontline inspection tne Argentine whaling companie _°! told Dr. Queuille on the inter-}staternent. Negotiation of thi i
Commander-in-Chief decided to] the one side and british and Nor-| national situation to-day would} sort cannot be rushed.” | From Our Own Correspondent } )}
|give them assistance in holding} Wesian Seamen's and ANCCYS |) be included in the Premier- _ eh ; a GEORGETOWN Jure 29 z , ,
C the line by ordering B.29 Super- Unions on the other a ‘i Designate’s statement before th I * so cere wea tee pare A B.C Airway pl nae a ® 4)
Pie " . “take put” —hRheuter | National Assembly where he wii zabour = Ni.P enner srockway led the ing sloop surtine })
Canal Zone ives e eke ost snsce Nationa
ao 3 rath _ ah , gramr and other representatives of the! stot! anchored approximately 2(
bridges. This bombing ope ration |seek approval of his programn po z j Stotl : i }
a 4 reve! s 7 zabour Party and Trade Union ri off Wains River mouth ' ~ . ‘STIPANGC \
‘would be aimed at preventing | to-morrow La 2 | Vil f : , t f TIRE S
Put On Alert North Korean tanks from resum- INDO-CHINA GETS | ™M. Schuman added “T have najto discuss the approach which the| A relies vessel was sent out| THE ONLY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE
: ling their southwards drive U.S. ARMS AID joubt that M. Queuille will get]delegaticn from the anti-Imperi-|to tow. her in. A B.W.LA. plane! COMPANY IN BARBADOS j
J ‘ ! Genera} MacArthur appeared SAIGON, June 29 ; the approval of the Assembly alist League will make to Col the Piarco-Atkinson run whol A’ t :
i PANAMA, June 29 confident but gave no indication Eight Dakota transport planes M. Queuille also conferred with}onial Seeretary James Griffiths on bes © requested to join the search} w ‘ }
The Panama Canal Zone and) whether he considered the red at Saigon airport to-day—|M. Jean Monnet, M. Schuman’s|the B.W.1I. sugar question when| arrived on the scene about the ;
all the Caribbean area have bee bs hK ould hold on or Peet sere eo SUSE ate oe t Sct k 1 t} he B.G lar n
. . area nave “Al Sout oreans ¢ first instalment of American mili-| chief adviser on the Schuman{the delegation meets hir next| same time as the B.G. plane o ore i 12 «« ie
put under “modified alert’, United| whether American infantry an aid a Indo China Wast ing- jecal and steel pool plan. After-| week Wednesday afternoon Do not take Chances! Let US carry your
States Army author ties announced! would be required. ton reports published here said} wards M. Monnet said that the On his return to his hotel thi The plane was unable to and! Risks for You )
here today. The action was taken | South Korean refugees stragg- more planes, ammunition trans-| ix-power delegations tog thelafternoon from Lord’s dressing! owing to rough seas and dropped
because of the “grave international |ling southwards cheered General ie eeniit . een lorries! Schuman Plan Conference wou!d| room where the BWI. delegation| an emergency food parcel andl
ae 01 | g mission juipment, jee; torrie oo par )
situation”, authorities said, adding|MacArthur as he drove to the and artillery will be ent to!) reconvene in Paris on Monday |tad beer celebrating the Test] note ir bottle advising the
that all civilians in the Canal Zone|front line this afternoon to a Vao~-|ynqo-China immediately.—Reuter —Reuter @ on page 3 ] and crew that a_ relief t ATO {PANY WITH VERY
and the Republic of Panama have|tage point overlooking the city of iship v being sent out A NON-TARIFF COMPAN WITH VERY t
been urged to co-operate fully.|Secul. Machine gun and mor‘a he sloop apparently encount-| TPP ACTIVE RATE
with the United States Govern-|fire was heard as the opposing e | ere ficulties and anchored ATTRACTIVE RAT! yy
ment “during this period of {forces battled across the 400 yard n 1a pproves uppor i \
Ww rs > Haw River, the vicinity of three
emergency”. —Renter : h . aad |
r ectagil bridges telieved to be the key , i
a he North Korean’s rapid von- i ‘Lory E . yl sion: | Invest Your Money. At the same time you Insure i)
he North Korean’s rap! I actor uXf os 3 Aves r oa be é e 3 ‘
ARGENTINA quest. of the remainder of the r Ou f ern oreda S Y P \
TY ecuitry f oO ’ four Property 4)
RATIFIES TREA The unarmed Generali accom- Second In Malta ! tt
| pe db is sta 3 in the »
‘ Rites Sb. panied by his staff, stood in the NEW DELHI. June 29 the Sistth kesh cha Shean’ ‘ Pa EN SG Sere AL Ts 90
AS ,, June 2t jopen on a rise scanning the battic IALTA, June 2 )
Argentina has ratified the Rio! 3°, Fighters were active and Indiz t nnounced toration of the tat t ‘ ( ile : ecot reworks factory blew R 4 H M. HUNTE ))
; ¥ . 5 eV # ae has ‘ A ¢ A, tert Affair , toom 311 C \ mu ING )
Treaty for the hemispheric de- machine guns crackled as planes ccey ‘ t S e the Mn ex \fTal 4 n Malta where a simi {}
fence of the American R€put lies. (roared overhead in dog fights. ‘17 «| Counc I il communique Me d f+ exp on killed four people, )) P) tatior Buildir (
the State Department announced |blue of ‘smoke and debris ¢ e| ta et ed y i ( es 1 Buildings over a wide | (tt Sra HIOr} , a
to-day. The Treaty was zned if the north of the river where} tions to South Kore: that the present trouble n ecisit t ( the ut lta shook with » D} 4249 Branch Manager ))
at Rio De Janeiro on Sept. 2,|South Koreans were steadily nior-| Indian Soc t leader Jay Korea ea 1 third Counc ‘ t i ence of to-day’s explosior ) Fhone @o% er »)
1947. Ecuador, Peru, Boliy and |taring tt oarhes #6 ti 1} p t l ) , r et t j isualties (tt
iring the a aches to the ‘ i
Guatemala have not yet tifle As soon as} onference é t é tak t I eitt expl i} oan des Bia Se i
it. —Reuter @ On Fage 3 Re Reuter ieee eee


PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1950

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T For Barbados i
For Three Months IM —— 0 Hatiiey - Very Regretfully
' Irs. H ( n| - ee ieee aa R. and Mrs. Joseph Gonsalves
t ‘ Miss Thelm a rhe |
= in ns atrived | . seen Taylor. ee who have been here for three

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rom British Guiana esterday eens e” » cure eI weeks staying with Miss Eversley | Ai a .
fterno 2 ‘ pe nu ) é ‘ ; ,

‘abet eae tie f holiday ‘in | Spend about two weeks in Bar-| ‘> eae ae oan

Baviedoe bados staying at the Royal Hotel. | turned to B.G. yesterday afternoon

aes : by B.W.LA |
Mr Cameron is Managing | “Mr. Gonsalves is with the Trans- |

Wirector of Bookers Timber Co., in} port and Highways in Georgetow:

Georgetown ! om and thic is his first visit to Bar-
far plan to spend their holi- bados Mrs. Gonsalve wever



lay on the St. vames coast
Mostly At Bathsheba |
q) EV. HUGH WORLLEDGE who!
RK is stationed at the St. Phillips |
Church in B.G. has been spendin

was here about fifteen years ago
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of us! Follow me quickly.” He

« holiday in Barbados, yesterday * Runes is eettine almost au eneted
; s tomatoes when i Rupert is getting almost as t ;
wfternoon he returned to B.G. by } oe -" te” checked as Miranda and wants to stay and dodges back through the panel into
is.W.1.A the. “Adyoce follows: || watch the rest of the adventure, but the. secret passage and, with Rupert
5 ye uo . ‘

He was taying most of _the yesterday were as fe } the toy clown hurries back behind trying to a x oT ea
t i he rt Hs j up t stairs ie

time at Bathsheba and the last Okras: 2 for le i the curtain and calls him urgently, corners an t
i or . * Come ¢ , . shis- = n’t understand all

wo days he spent at Codrington Come on, you noodle,” he whis- turret, 1 do

College Tomatoes: 24c. per Ib. | pers. “Can't you see that 7 _ pants “Se * Why

Returning In Two Weeks sccount must the Psincess see either such a tearing y j

FF to join his wife in B.G. was

Mr. Jackie Marsoh who left
yesterday by B.W.LA



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FRIDAY, JUNE 80, 1950

Fy ores and their sassy 8 7.00 am. The News. 7.10 am New a

(cece wens cas hetsdiny visiting toe wage” eee me oe | Kor all white shoes—

(parents. They will be returning aan oe aT waladn. i eon
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p.m. Musi¢e in Miné 3.00 p.m, The
English Channel 400 pur The New
4.10 p.m. The Daily Service 4. pom
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back to the main building id = One
around the lovely garden:and hilly ,
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> PYCRITENCY Pr ' Qa ' . b— — + 6.00 p.m, New Records. 645 p.m ance
IS EXCELLENCY THE Gov Fete Throughout ! Princess As Guest fa Muse "Tao pin The News. 110 p.m that white shoes are white!
ernor and Mrs Savage S SOON as the morning figt LAVISH 2 4 cali dels News Analysis. 7.15 p.m.—7.45 p.m. To be hs =
accompanied by Capt. W. Lambert A atieta ih eats een on oe _ a "4 announced. _ 8.00. mm Radio Newsree! : iP :
ettended the final Football Mate! t's ‘eis weed? z ondon’s Dorchester Hoteig* = |— ; bs r B pin. The Deiate. Continues, | 6.50 Ok
ay at peaweli, first thing st \ < : . ; Re t fi Wimbled 8.45 p.m
between -the. Malvern: Club.and ) eee) i : = : 4 ng last week by Lady Clifford, wife ‘ Kccordeon Interlude. 9.00 er Pride and EN Pp R oO p E R T's
Lotal Tezm, at Kensington yester sc ‘hse know was:— of Sir Bede Clifford, former [- —+—— a HAT TARERESS Prejudice. 9.30 p.m. BBC Scottish Or 7 BUCKSKIN
day afternoon What-is the score When they Governor of the Bahamas and of | | f | ; Ti iris who e spits chestra. 10.00 p.m The News 10. 19 p.m Mil, Canvas fy b E & WHITE RENOVATOR
. ae _ ore i that t st Indies id Trinias vie 0k actress From » Editorials 5 p.m. Sanc oi, Sons Aan ; WwW
Mr. E..K. Walcott, K.C., Presi. *" res + apa, Tete West Indies had Trinidad, and by Lady Oakes, f | ct 4 iuby at the Rite’ in a beret ac phersn at the Theatre Organ 10.30 HA “Le SHUWHIT
dent of the B.A.F.A. and Maj i the Second Test, one Trini- widow of millionaire Sir Harry te — —+4- shes t—} j roses and green leaves, and p.m. Music Magazine. 10.45 p.m. World In Cartons with Sponge
A.. R. Foster Senior Vice as heard t ay ICS Oakes. Guest of honour was | | | below) _ Julie Hulton, from Affairs, 11,00 p.m. The News.
President sat with the Governor to be fete in Port-of-Spain Princess Margaret : ay } ; pee Tie Canada, in a white pique bonnet ———= |||...
; ’ cess Margaret. Before theh. [~]— | 1 iho made im ehe doom of -flowers °9F9SO999999595995999 9999S 99SSSFIOOM *
party. dancing—which went on till 4 24 eS a ss ind leaves, , x %
: : Carib can safely say that it must a.m.—the 320 guests sat down ath 1 | ] fy | ROY AL (Worthings) g ¥%
Sir Edward’s Garden have been fete through the enure 46 tables. The party was given tS he Today 4.30 Only . y
*; THE many garden lovers “é5t Indies last night jointly for Lady Clifford's daugh-, CLUES ACKOSS Sat. & Sun. 4.30 & 8.30 $
: : iain | mS akec's', & Animé arabl $51 .
F who a drove down to Sir Good Idea te T, ee, and Lady Oakes’s * 3 (ew TC aedes Darable poseit Columbia Double %
ward Cunard’s home atsGlitter Se aad daughter, Shirley. 7. per cent. spurious incite William Eythe,
Bay yesterday the long drive w ie IB | Wag E Me? 5 Te Marjorie Reynolds
well worth what they saw groad St xpectin e: 10 al systems comprising in PENING - 5 8.30 and Continuing
They strolled slowly in small ing to the chatter & _ number of songs . “CUSTOMS AGENT” OPENING TO-DAY, 5.00 & 8.30 a g ;
groups through the spacious the West Indies dv ET a friend at Seawell yes- [3 Afi fate wy be ovine And rg “
grounds down _ the Cocoanut got around, Many res clos terday, who told me 14 t with careless rreedon Eddy Arnold, The singing
Walk and the Beach House, f right away f e later on. amusing story of the last time he 16 Vebicle € viet Sensation in
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Some sat down and literally this saggestion took the B.G. Governor, Sit ge 9 hel ih Your Favourite Comedian r
‘drank in’ the lovely surroundings, es proclaim Charles Woolley back from his) zs rhe fividend. ts cut 1 Tonight at 8.30
others grouped together and chst for the Victory short stay in Barbado However. 24. Burning question in 4 co: ae
ted as they admired the various . I did not know who he wa er Begone a | MADAM O'LINDY
treés, hedges, garden’ beds etc Arrived Yesterday ee we and TROUPE
; On arriving at Atkinson Fieid CLUES DOWN in

The proceeds gollected. at the = us
gate go to form the nucleus of a LSO arriving from British I
fund to provide the Fountain + Guiana yesterday by
Gardens with an Electric Pump was Mrs Aletha de Souza who i “Hec

“CARACAS NIGHT”

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Come & see the Calypso man

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The grounds will be open again here for about two montt 5. flttle rie Basket 3 : Come & hear Manana.....
to-morrow afternoon ng at Accra, Rockle 6 Smbetiiah with some difficuits London Express Serodas. PRICES: Pit 24, House 48,

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at is. > f " ata . RT BUCKNER PRODUCTION - Directea by ROBERT FLOREY
17 ae afuen smelis of violets LONDON. and continuing Rael Ges 0p RODEAS REEMER snd ROBERT FLOREY > A ROBE’ = : vate .
In ech olaed. te Princess Elizabeth has startec}4 Paramount Pictures Presents
Look amongst the arrivals tor | a library for Prince Charles at OLIVIA DeHAVILAND PLUS:
pean Clarence House, their London MONTGOMERY CLIFT 4
Lfararelerale home. ie LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE
RPEPROO A bookcase has been installec “DHE HEIRESS”
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| although these are mostly oi { Marion Hopkins 3 , : rg
pictures, other books with more Miss Leotta Best Singing .......... ‘ROOMFUL OF ROSES
reading matter are being added : ‘ ‘ :
Favourite pastime of Prince ROXY Master Trevor Marshall Singing ‘NO ORCHIDS FOR MILADY’
Chaslessvho “wilt. be: 4: years)e)6 Mr. Malcolm Murray Singing “I FALL IN LOVE TOO EASILY”
in November, is to have _ his Today 4.45 & 8.15
nurse tur the pafes of his pic- and continuing Miss Carmen Agard Singing.......... “GOLDEN EARRINGS”
ture books. Pictures which holc Paramount Pictures presente : ah
his attention most are those of . Des - Mr, Clement Bridgeman Singing. ..... “BLUEBERRY HILLS



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Guest Star: JAMES CARTER
Master of Ceremonies : Mr. MORRIS GAY

“THELMA JORDAN”

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FRIDAY, JUNE 30,

Practical

1950

W.I. Federation Not

Just Now

—Says Chamber Of Commerce

A COMMIYTEE appointed by the Council of the Cham
ber of Commerce to consider the Report of the British

Caribbean

~ Standing Closer Association Committee
Federation reported at yesterday’s Special General Meet-

on

ing that generally speaking, they Were of the opinion that
Federation must come to the West Indies eventually. They
were not, however, convinced by the report, that that was
either practical or advisable at present.

The Couneil adopted the Report.

A conference of the incorporated
Chambers of Commerte wiil con-

sider the subject of Federation
from July lu to 12 in Trinidad,
and the aelegates of tne loca:

Chamber will be Mr. H. A. C.
Thomas and Mr. G. D. bynoe.

Mr. Inniss who Was Chairman
of the Committee expressed regret
that they had not had more ‘ume
before reporting There were
other details that they would have
liked to go further into. For that
reason he hoped that the committee
would be able to have another
meeting before the delegates left
lor Trinidad, so that the commit-
tee would be able to discuss these
details with them.

Finance

The Report of tne

goes on to say:

Committee

The most important aspect oi
this matter appears to be the
financial situation in tne Wesi

Indies, which is admirably set out
in the Report under paragraph
‘14’ which reads as follows:—
“The temporarily healthy
state of the public tinances 1s
in fact attributable to other
factors than any basie inerease
in the taxable capacity of the
region. ‘These factors include,
first, the comparatively high
prices till lately prevailing for
ihe exports of tne region, and to
Such other sources of overseas
income as wartime expendi-
tures by His Majesty’s Govern-
ment and the United States
Government, These incomes are
reflected in higher direct taxa-

bility in the region itself, and
indirectly in larger imports
which, at present high prices,

mean large ad vaiorem customs
revenues, It is obvious that any
important revession in the value
of the region's exports could
have a profound and harmful
effect alike on the private in-
comes and the public finances
of the region as a whole, Signs
are not wanting in the world at
large that commodity prices

may be on the tufn: this is a

matter of the utmost signifi-

cance for this region, even al-
though there seems no present
reason to expect a disastrous

slump. Should there be an im-

portant recession the conse-

quences for th eeconomy of the
region would be serious, unless
steps were taken to mitigate
them by means of special ar-
rangements with His Majesty’s

Government.”

Your Committee has grave
doubts that the present fairly
satisfactory state of the finanges
of the area will be enduring, and
should there be a substantial g>-
cession in the value of commoch -
ties, which is more than likely
over a period of ten years, the
Colonies will certainly be unable
to maintain snything like their
present expenditures, much less
be able to cope with the addition

al cost of running a Fedegal

superstructure,
Underestimated

Furthermore, your Committee



Gomes Corrects
Webb’s Statements

@ from page 1

victory with the West Indian
cricketers, Gomes declared:

1 hope that the Governments
of West Indies will be sufficient-
ly imaginative to realize the im-
pertance of the occasion and wil)

give the people a public holi-
day so they can express their
feelings fully, Sugar delegates

are overjoyed at the victory.”

Tomorrow morning the dele-
gation will pay a courtesy call
on the cricketers at their hotel

Next Tuesday the House of
Lords will debate the recom-
mendations of the Standing Closer
Committee on Caribbean Fe-
deration. Some members of the
B.W.I. delegation hope to at-
tend.

Duscussing Federation, the
leading article in The Times
Supplement on British colonies
dealing mainly with the
West Indies published today
says “an observer of sugat nes
gotiations during the past year
cannot escape the conclusion
that the West Indians have been
ponderous in the conduct of
their case because of faulty co-



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consider that the estimate of the
cos. of a Federal strueture as out-
lined in the Report, very greatly
under estimates the expenditures
which are likely to be incurred
over a period of years. c
It_is felt that beforé embarking

cn Federation it would be most
desirable to first establish—
A unified Currency for the

area.

The proposed Customs Union.
The unification of the Putgic

Services of the Colonies, bqth

Civil and Medical.

During the preliminary period
before Federation, consideration
might also be given to instituting
the free movement and inter
changes of populations between
the various units in the area, as
this would enable ali concerned
to get a much broader under-
standing of the Federal outlool..

Your Committee consider that
up te the present time the st
majority of the population of the
Region in every walk of life, know
little about Federation and Yo
not understand much about its
advantages or disadvantasgys. In
fact, except among a small
minority there is no rea] feeling
either for or against Federation,

if the préliminary steps recom-
mended above, such as Customs
Union, unification of Public Ser-
vices, ete., are first adopted, then
at a later date Federation will
have much greater chances of
being suceéssfilly brought into
being If it is unduly hurried,
tnere is every possibility that it
may fail for want of adequate
preparation, understanding and a
lack of public suppor*

Indepenacnce

‘The most vital question in cons
nection with this whole matter of
Federation, appears to be the
questions raised by the Closer
Association Committee in Paras«
graph “12” of their Report. We
entirely agree with their state+
ment that political independence
can only be reached through the
economie stability and solvency
of the Region, Your Committee
are not of the opinion that such
economic stability and solvency
exist at the present time, nor are
they persuaded by anything they
have read in the Report, or by
their knowledge of West Indian
conditions, that such a state of
affairs is likely to be attained in
the near, future, unless further
natural resources in the Region
can’ be discovered and developed,
and means generally found for
inereasing the real ineome of the
erea, -

In this Report your Committee
has only dealt with the broad
principles of the proposed Fedeya-
tion of the Caribbean Colgniés.
We have not attempted at this
time to deal with the detailp
recommendations as to the Federal
“set up” and how it should be
operated. This Would be a matter
for further consideration. We
will merely say that while We
agree with some of the recommen
dations, there are others which
we consider to be unsatisfactory
and impractical.



Careenage Had
A Busy Day

THE Careenage was “full of
life’ yesterday, with schooners
and motor vessels loading and
discharging various commodities
of West Indian produce.

Far up the Careenage were
schooners being relieved of their
cargoes of rice, firewood and char-
coal while towards the Careenage’s
mouth were schooners Mary E. |
Caroline, Turtle Dove, Lady
Zoileen and the motor vessel
“Caribbee” which brought mixed |
cargoes yesterday.

Schooner Mary E. Caroline,
brought 1,000 cocoanuts and a
quantity of fresh fruit from
Dominica while the Caribbee, also
from Dominica, brought supplies
of eschalot, copra, cabbages and
mauby bark.



The Schooners Turtle Dove and
Zoileen were from British Guiana |
and Trinidad respectively. They
brought charcoal, firewood edible
oil and footwear.

ordinating machinery
Here is a matter in which the
West Indies clearly have the |
selution in their own hands by
uniting in a federal dominion.



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Lion: J famey a

A CASE brought by Charles
Pilgrim charging Lilian Smith of
Brandons, St Michael with
wounding him with a knife on
June 15 was dismissed yester-
day without prejudice by His
Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn.

Lilian Smith was represented
by Mr. Dear.

One of the witnesses for the
prosecution , Golbourne Lynch
said on June 15 he accompanjed
Charles Pilgrim to Brandon
Beach and went to a house there.

In By The Window

Pilgrim said he was going to
levy on a man name Maxwell
and he wanted him to help him
to do so. Pilgrim on _ reaching
the house knocked on the door
but received no reply from
within and entered by a window
at the side of the house

When he entered the house he
saw a woman sitting in a chair
sucking cane. Pilgrim askeq her
if she knew where Maxwel| had
gone and she said no.

The Weather

TODAY
Sun Rises; 5.42 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.24 p.m.
Moon (Last Quarter) July 6
Lighting: 7.00 p.m.
High Water: 3.19 a.m.,
4.52 p.m,

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

day: 10.96 ins,
Temperature (Max.) 86.0°F
Temperature (Min.) 75.0°F
Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E,
(3 pm.) E by N
Wind Velocity: 13 miles per
hour
Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.945
(3 p.m.) 29.888





While helping Pilgrim to carry
out some furniture out of the
house he heard Pilgrim said that
the woman had hit him and on
looking back he saw Smith with
a knife in her hand, and rushed
to her and took the knife from
her, He did not know if that was
the first blow or the second that
Pilgrim had received from her.

Didn’t Punch

Later Pilgrim told him that he
was bleeding from a cut.

Smith in her evidence = said
that she néver punched him with
the knife but that Pilgrim as-








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ping West Indians

Overrun Majestic Lord’s
Lord Kitchener Leads The Way

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LORD'S, June 29

ACROSS this sacred sward of cricket when the last
kinglish wicket had fallen to the West Indies, swept wile

rejoicing crowds.

Leading them was gleaminy

black

1aced Calypso singer “Lord Kitchener”,

Right round the ground he went
in an African war dance all in
slow time. “Kitch” with a khaki
sash over his bright blue shirt
carried an outsize guitar which he
strummed wildly.

“Do you see that patch of ground

moving over there?” said a

cricket wit. “That's W. G.

Grace turning in hig grave.”

Wild looking West Indians in
aungarees, scarlet jockey caps, or
zoot suits after this victory over
England yelled “We want to go to
Australia,”

A sobersided M.C.C, official said
“It’s unlikely—in fact it isn’t pos-
sible, but I would not like to bet
on either side if they did.”

All threugh the game West
Indians had been gathering
strength and originality in their

applause
They built up their own steel
band—the native music — that
started in Trinidad with rhythm—
conscious Africans .beating out
time on dustbin lids, Calypsonian
Lord Kitchener was hard at work
singing impromptu words like
hese:
‘ee hope you West Indians are please
To see the performance of the West

Indies

Now that we are on the verse of
victory,

What's the deciding factor? Let ax
see!

‘“Waloott, Weekes and Worrell upheld
their name

With wonder
game

But England was beaten clean out
of time

With the spin bowling of Ramadhin
and Valentine.”

shots threughoat the

Drums, maracas and rattles
heve come to Lord’s —one en-
thusiast scraped away on a

eheese grater with a carving
saulted her, she resisted and
they both fell to the ground
Cross-examined by Mr. Dear
about the number of times he
was stabbed with the knife,
Pilgrim said that he could not
say exactly, but he knew he was

stabbed many times, He only
knew he was cut when he felt
the second blow burning his
body .

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knife. These are new manne:
for Lord's
Ending this joyous gay {cr W;

Indian cricket there was one horsh
note—a posse of police atput 70
strong followed the whooping
iushing crowd onto the pitch and
barred the way of the pillow-toss-
ing yelling crowd from sweeping
into the pavilion where dignity
still sat enthroned. Was that
necessary?

S. Koreans Hold
. 65-Mile Line

@ From Page 1
over General MacArthur headed
for the front line. His saloon car
raced madly threugh Suwon and



turned north followed by a con-
voy of six jeeps containing cor-
respondents and armed _ staff

There was no special escort

The uneven road bumping
through padi fields were lined with
ie refugees straggling south.

ut at sight of the convey they
began cheering and clapping
Lorryloads of green clad soldiers
wearing American equipment and
American or Japanese helmets,
cheered vociferously

—Reuter.





Drive To Purge
T.B. In Britain

LONDON, June 29
A move to purge tuberculosis
from all British milking herds
will begin on October 1. The Gov-
ernment to-day announced an
agreement with British farme:
to clean up their herds, County

by County, Farmers will be paid
a bonus of £2 a head for four yeas
and another £1 for two more years
‘towards the costs.

In Denmark Bovine Tubercu

losis has been reduced from over
30 per cent, to less than one per
cent. in 15 years by the action of
her farmers.

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Friday, June 30, 1950



VICTORY AT LORD'S

A NEW and glowing page in the history
of West Indian cricket was writter yester-
day when the West Indies team defeated
England at Lord’s, It was not only the first
time that a. West Indies team had ever won
a test matchin England, but the victory it-
self proved ‘beyond any doubt that the
West Indies cricket had come to that full
stature expected in its Golden Jubilee
year, \

It was in 1900 that the first West Indies
team visited England, and twenty-eight
years later—in 1928 the West Indies were
accorded Test Status. Since that time our
cricketers have struggled valiantly but
vainly to win a test game in England. They
have triumphed over English teams in the
West Indies on two occasions, winning the
series in 1935,-and again in 1948.

Yesterday a-fondly cherished hope was
realised, and the day will be forever re-
corded as a red letter one, as long as cricket
remains the national game of the British
Empire. It was a stern struggle from start
to finish, and even in defeat England en-
hanced her great tradition for dogged
determination and fighting to the very end.

To have defeated England at home for
the first time is a worthy enough feat, but
to have done so at Lord’s, rightly regarded
as the Mecca of the game of cricket is an
added laurel. To play at Lord’s, said one
famous cricketer is like visiting a vast
Cathedral in which is enshrined only the
noblest and best of all the ages. And yes-
terday the West Indies added its quota to
this shrine.

A further cause for deep satisfaction
among those who follow the game closely
in these parts is the fact that the architects
of the West Indies victory were slow spin
bowlers. Right from their entry into the
bigger arena of the game speed was the
strong point of their bowling attack. Names
like Griffith, Martindale, George John,
Francis, Constantine, spring readily to the
mind, and are indelibly interwoven in the
history of the game: With the advent of
top class spin bowlers the West Indies are
rapidly consolidating their position as a
world cricketing power.

The climb upward has been long and
arduous from the dismal days 22 years ago
when England trounced the West Indies
new comers to: Test Cricket by an innings
in each of. the three day tests.

“Then in 1930, the M.C.C. Team visited the
‘West Indies! And the homesters won their
first Test: Match against England at
Georgetown. The West Indies were again
in England in 1933 and they were again de-
cisively defeated in two Tests while one
was drawn,

England came to the West Indies in 1935,
and the home team won the Test Rubber;
but back in England four years later yic-
tory again eluded them. In this series
England won one and two games were
drawn.

Two years agosthe West Indies beat Eng-
land in the West Indies winning at George-
town and Jamaica,

Now they have won at Lord’s.

To-day .every West Indian, at home or
abroad is justifiably proud of the achieve-
ment, and will wish them even greater
success in this Golden Jubilee of West
Indian Cricket.



OUR READERS SAY:
CONGRATULATIONS

To the Editor, The Advocate, :

SIR,—Allow me the courtesy ‘of your columns
to say “Well done” to our cricketing boys, and to
assure them that as always, whatever the final
outcome, we are proud of their achievement.



By winning the test match to-day, they have
not only “bearded the lion in his den” as the Eng-
lish say, but they have also “twisted his tail’.

But he is a grand old lion, and he fought all the
way although he must have known that his days
were numbered, ;

Congratulations to both victor and vanquished.

It might be a far cry from cricket to sugar—or
is it?—but I wonder if this victory over the Eng-
lish will help the West Indies in their present
sugar fight? Everything in the W.I. depends on
sugar, is one of the slogans of the fighters.

Even cricket I would add because the bat which
many of our lads first used was a sugar ‘cane,
and ‘the ball a lime

Sir, you must at some time have heard of the”

phrase—“A rotten cane and a lime.”

It is indeed a considerable distance from a rough
and-ready game in the canefield itself with
improvised bats and ball to a victory at Lord's
over England.

But the West Indies have traversed that dis-
tance, and to-day have shown that they can out-
play sometimes, the people who t t them the
game.

I hope the English players will take their defeat,



as is their wont in the right spirit, and proceed
to put their house in order for the next fight
Yours,

BAJAN PLAYER,

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AT THIS time when the down-
ward trend of Canadian exports
tc the British Colonies in the
Caribbean area is of great concern
to Canadians and West Indians, one
hould not lose sight of the posi-
tion in perspective. The annual
value of Canadian exports to the

ritish West Indies averaged $65
million during the post-war period

945/47 and declined from $82
ynillion in 1947 to $43 million in
1949. The comparison of thése

extremes ig startling but the shock
is cushioned if the 1949 figure of
$43 million is compared with the
average of $12% million during the
more normal pre-war period of
1935/39. y

The high post-war level of
Canadian exports to the British
West Indies was partially attribu-
table to artificial conditions re-
sulting from the abnormal disposi-
tion .of supplies, depleted in-
tventories and the limitation of
transportation, Thus the adjust-
ment cf trade levels in latter
years iv in part due to the re-
solving of these problems and not
entirely to the imposition of cur.
rency controls, This ig litthe com-
fort to the individual Canadian
exporter whose particular product
has been entirely cut off frorg that
market by currency control
measures.

Another feature contributing to
the decline in Canadian exports to
the British West Indies has been
the decline in general business
resulting from the cessation of
wartime activities such as those re-
lated to the operation of Army,
Navy and Airforee bases through-
yut that area. A compensating
factor so far as the West Indies
is concerned hag been the resump-
tion of tourist travel which has
been stimulated by Canadian cur-
rency restrictions against pleasure
travel in the United States and
also the more favourable rate of
exchange since the devaluation of
Sterling. ‘



















The rapid expansion of Canada’s
export trade with the British West
Indies was largely the result of
fortuitous circumstances. When
setting an export objective for
the future, the Canadian exporter
should take into consideration his
past or prewar volume of business
in that territory. An example in
reverse is the rum trade of the
British West Indies and British
Guiana with Canada which due
to the unavailability of com.
petitive liquors, expanded beyond
all expectations, But since the
war exports of rum to Canada
have fallen off sharply.

The Canadian manufacturer
with a production schedule to
maintain and the Canadian ex-
porter anxious to keep open estab-
lished channels of trade, naturally
feel that restrictive regulations
such as import licences which pro.
hibit Canadian exports to the
British West Indies are intolerable,
One of the foremost objectives of
the Dollar Sterling Trade Board
and the Anglo-Canadian Trade
Committee in Canada, is to put
ecross to the rank and file of
Canadian businessmen the reasons
for controls: the necessity to buy
more from the Sterling area so the
latter in turn may have more
collars to buy more Canadian pro-
ducts and generally, acceptance of
the long term view. These organ-
isations are comprised of top
flight representatives of industry.
finance, transportation, agriculture
and significantly, the press. Sup-
ported by advisory committees,
they are actively engaged in study-

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Trade

By C. R. Stollmeyer

Ye an article written for the Timer
Survey of the eolenies June os)

ing and solving Anglo-Canadian
economic problems with which the
British Colonies in the Caribbean
area are closely linked. There
does not appear to ybe any cor-
responding public relations eifort
to explain policy or to enlisi the
co-operation of the rank and file
of business in the Eritish West
Indies. Some sections of tne press
deplore the prevalence of silence
at top level conferences and point
out the advantages of a policy of
greater confidence and enlighten.
ment.

A comparison, even in perspec-

tive, of the chart of exports to
Canada from the British West
Indies reveals a more stabl>
picture The reason that

whereag Canada developed
four hundred fifty separate ¢!
fications of products for ex.
British Colonies in the Caribbean
area, the exports to Canada from
that area were confiued to the
same limited variety of a i
tural products which existed
to the war. During the war ex-
ceptional expert volumes were de-
veloped in respect of bauxite and
rum

some











In 1947 thefe was need fo
adoption of some measure
British West Indies to adjus ix
adverse balance of trade (345
rnillion out of a total trade of
$115% million) with Canada. For
this reason and because money 1s
the root of evil in world trade
today, there was undoubtedly
some good in a lessening of dollar
expenditures by the British West
Indies on Canadian products. For
many years prior to the war the
British West Indies had a small
favourable balance of trade with
Canada, During and since the
last war Canada’s favourable
balances increased from year to
year. The rapidity of the recent
readjustment and its attendant
hardships to the Canadian exporter
and importers in the British West
Indies is sharply revealed Dy the
actual statistics. With an average
total trade of $110 millions the
British West Indies within two
years transformed an _ adverse
balance of trade with Canada of
$48 millions in 1947 to a favour-
able balance of $19 millions in
1949,

Canada has a greater per capita
foreign trade ($450) than any
other country in the world. A
significant feature of this trade,
however, is that about 70% is with
the United States. 64% of Canada’s
total exports during the first
quarter of 1950 went to the United
States, Of interest to the countries
in the Sterling area is the 1950
trend which reveals that, although
Canada’s total exports during the
first three months declined by 27%
yet exports to the Sterling .rea
ceclined 38%. By import restric-
tions and quota systems against
hard currency countries, Canada
has facilitated imporation from the
Sterling area. But although there
has been a substantial increase in
imports from the United Kingdom
during the post-war years, yat the
figures for the first quarter of 1950
show balances in favour of Canada
with the United Kingdom $62.7

parsinos & noone Camadian=West Indian

million and with the British Wes:
Incieg $3.8 million.

While it might appear to some
that the British West Indies is
just another Sterling market s.

far as Canada is concerned, there
are many definite factors which
support the contention tha

Canadian.West Incian trade is de-
serving of special consideraticu,
particularly in the allocation ot
dollars for the purchase of more
Canadian products. Chambers of
Commerce in the W@si Indies an
representative. organizations in
Canada are passing resolutions
urging their government; to take

steps 'o correct the sTtuation, Ti ‘| Marx .

following are some of the reasons
advanced:

(1) Canadian-West Indian
is traditional.
ments between these countries
have existed for more than

fifty years.

traa

(2) The disruption of old channe
of trade is unfair and they

ec

‘ROLL OVER, CHARLIE
Hy Frank Owen ee & CO.,LTD.

AS the sun is sinking I am standing in the}

Spaniards Inn, Hampstead.
(There they claim

to York.

never was a Black Bess.)

Well, with me is an argumentative Austra- |)
And Kar! (Charlie to you) |
q
4
4

lian character.
under discussion.

Says he arrogantly (for I am undoubtedly
getting the better of this argument).
Trade agree-| Where is the guy buried, anyway?”
Meaning not Dick, but Charlie.

I do not know the answer.
1, | this reluctantly, Because this darned con-
‘troversial character from the Commonwealth

might be dificult to rebuild, {¢ertainly DOES know.
; J

(3) The lack ¢
is ineurrir

for the

operating losses
Canadian Nationai






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jeopardizes th

service upon h the West

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West Indies are
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more expec
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(5) Canada lied the
necessities o West Indies
during the last war and pro-|
vided a substantial gift of
mutual aid flour





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(6)
ed not only per se but for the
time of renegotiation of the

southbound trade!

He informs me, and off to Highgate Ceme-
tery we go to view.
Now, though it is only Opening time at the
irreplaceable | Spaniards, it is very close upon Closing time
That is, 6 p.m.
However, we quickly find a fine chap called
Mr. Harold Cotton. Harold is a gardener. He
' arranges us an extension.

at the cemetery.

Like almost everyone else in Britain, Har-
sive amd less ac-| old has been a serving'man. At 16 he was a

| soldier in the East Yorks in World War I. He
vital) volunteered just in time for one of our hest
| retreats.
“Blimey !” he says, “we were massacred.”
But when World War II, came around
Goodwill should be maintain. | Harold volunteered again.
“Git aht of it,” they said. “Ain’t you ‘ad

Steamship Service and also} enough?”

for possible periods of inter-
national unsettlement.

Culturally, innumerable
Canadians holiday in the West
Indies and in reverse there
are four hundred West Indians
in Canadian Universities,

One spokesman has said that
even as the United Kingdom can
for certain reasons buy apples,
and bacon from Canada while the
West Indies cannot then, for cer-

should be permitted to buy from
Canada more than other British

“Naow!” said Harold. So they put him in
“It was worse than the Western

the A.R.P.
Front.” says Harold.

:

To get on. Harold used to be a stonemason,
but lifting gravestones was no good for his
So now he looks after thera.

And among the gravestones is that of

heart.

Charlie Marx.

Now, unlike most of the members of the
tain other reasons the West Indians | Socialist Party, I have really read Charlie.
Not only seen his tomb, but read his tome,

Colonies not having such close| “Das Kapital.”

commercial _ ties dollar

source of supply.

with a

During the war there was much
talk at high level of the zoning of

this augured well for Canadian.
West Indian trade. While it is
natural after a world conflict to

Canadian-West Indian trade.

With much of what he said I agree. He fore-
saw most things that have happened in our
modern world. True he didn’t foresee Hitler
trade channels after the war and] or Stalin, a worse oversight.

When Charlie was not sponging upon
Engels, the Manchester business man, he was
expect a period of trade unsettle-| living upon the credit of his wife, the
ment, it ig felt by many that move} Rhenish aristocrat, Jennie von Westphalen,
can be done by those at the helm] who put up with all his nonsense because she,
to right the natural course ¢f|unaccountably, loved the brute.
do quite a fair

So, also unaccountably,

Those on the bridge are likely to} nymber of others.

encounter heavy seas if teey do
not make adequate allowance for
the strong undercurrents uniting
these countries which enjoy the
unique trading advantages of
geographical proximity with com-
plementary productivity,

C. R. STOLLMEYER, Esq.,

Trade Commissioner for the
British West Indies, British
Guiana and The Bahamas,

37 Board of Trade Bldg.,
Montreal, Que.

They're Scared Of A Boom

West Africa, reports on the cocoa colony. where

WALTER ELLIOT, M.P. who has just returned from

prosperity might mean peril

{

THE main problem of all gov-
ernments nowadays (so fast do
events crowd upon us) is to keep
one jump ahead of trouble

For the great colonial empires
the pace has become particularly
hot.

In the Gold Coast the Govern.
ment is one jump ahead It is
enly one jump, but it is ahead.
Nowadays, that means a lot.

The immediate problem in the
Gold Coast is of a very unusual
character This country is
threatened with a boom. Not with
o’slump. With a boom.

More. Please

You will ask, “In the name of
heaven, what is it that is going
te boom? And anyway, why
should anyone be afraid of it?

Chocolate is what is going to
béom Every second chocolate
in the world is grown on the Gold
Coast. ‘

The world is ‘eating it all and
esking for more.

But chocolate can only be grown
in a few places in the world.
Even to those few places disease
may come—has come, in South
America for instance. The disease
o! “swollen shoot” hangs over the
Gold Coast like a cloud.

Eradication is in progress, But
it will cost not less than £9 millions
sterling. Nor can you readily ac-
celerate production, A tree takes
five years to bring into bearing.

Here is the problem in a nut-
shell—or if you will in a cocoa
pod. Last year and the year be-
fore the producers receipts
averaged some £27 millions a year.

They put to reserve, in the
Cocoa Marketing Board, millions
of pounds more — £10 to £15
millions at the minimum. That
was three times as much as they
were getting in a good year be-
fore the war.

Burt this year the world price
jof cocoa is double what it was
last year, and hard as iron at that.
Naturally the producer is look-
ing for a higher return correspond-
ingly. But how much higher?
Man does not live by chocolate
alone; and man on the Gold Coast
is no exception to this rule. There
} are all the other economic activities
lof a big country to key in with





this sudden heavy new puil of the
cocoa-growers.

There are also the political
dangers — the lorry of the State
suddenly accelerating might skid
on the red mud that makes the
cocoa.

This is no imaginary peril. It
happened, only two years ago,
when there were riots, bloodshed
and looting. Nationalism alone
is a formidable force. National-
ism and high prices, nationalism
and inflation are high explosive.

What started the trouble? You
will turn a rueful smile when I
tell you. What touched it off was
quite simply a housewives’ strike.

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What lad started that?
the old story—high prices.

There are more goods to-day.
But the housewives’ reaction re-
mains the same. The goods are
too dear. If double the money is
poured into the pockets of the
cocoa producers, goods will get
still dearer.

Previously, of course, it was im-
ported goods which were too dear.
But home-produced goods ~~ food-
stuffs in particular—are now the
chief goods to rise.

Squeezed

Again

An undue amount of produc.
tive power is going into the
enormously remunerative cocoa
crop. As the price rises, more will
go yet

And the mon-cocoa producers
—and they are three-quarters of
the people — are getting into a

g00d central position between the
upper and the nether millstones.
Particularly the towns. Particu.

larly the white-collared section in
the towns. And these are always
the detonators of high explosive.

These events, moreover, do not
take place in some hole and corner.
They are right in the mid-stage
of the world.

There are plenty of spectators
—not all of them friendly. You
can read in Pravda any morning
exhortations to what is called
“the liberation movements” in any
yart of the world — except, of
course, in the Soviet Union,

I was going through a school of
domestic science in Accra when
(suddenly say a new and elaborate
electric cooker—not yet connected
up. Outside, a girl was baking
niost appetising small cakes in a
little tin oven with y-ood embers
below and wood embers above.

The Challenge

My mind went back to a con.
versation the evening before with
1 big engineer, out to report upon
the proposed Volta River hydro-
electric scheme. “Oh, yes, it can
be done,” he said. “Half a million
tiiree-quarters of a million, horse-
power. It may be a long time be-
fore the Volta River heats the
cooking pots of Accra. But here
too the Government must keep one
jump ahead, Diesel engines can
be bought and are being bought
for Accra now. But they require
labour to er@ct and skilled men
to attend. All these people are
squeezed — possibly squeezed out
—if prices rise.

“It will require a great effort of
organisation, a great effort of
mutual understanding between ad-
ministrators and peasant farmers,
between government officials and
the intelligentsia if these troubles
are to be averted. It will also re-
quire vigorous government.”

In this the people will require
to take a most active part. The
new constitution arising out of the
all-African Coussey Report, throws
almost the whole responsibility for
managing Gold Coast affairs on an
elected legislature. These are some
of the problems it will have to
face

It is a great challenge.
WORLD COPYWRIGHT
RESERVED
—L.E.S,

“Why, rich peoeie come here in big cars,”

grave round about
where any flowers are. [It’s true: roses grow
A Negro came here the other day,
a giant of a man with a wonderful voice. He
sat down, and I went away. When I came

says Harold. “It’s the onl

upon it. |



that
stopped, not slept, on his ride on Black Bess |
They also say the same at every
other pub on the Great North Road—though
in fact Dick never did ride to York and there

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back, dammit, he had fallen asleep. I thought

he was dead too.

“Then there was a beautiful woman. She
came, and stood some way off. She put down
some flowers and went away.”

“And do most of your visitors come here to
see the grave of Charlie Marx?” I inquire of

our observant gardener.

“Oh, no,” says Harold. “We've got a chap
up the hill called Egg, and next but one to
him is a boy called Bacon. And what’s more,
just round the corner is a man called Hamm.
The public would rather have that than all
the old stuff about Charlie Marx.”

Not only at Highgate. They’re doing their
best to forget about Charlie at Westminster,

too.

First, there is Herbert Morrison, deputy
leader of the Socialist Party. Our ’Erb is
busy alternately whacking and wooing the
There is no Liberal electoral

percentage to be collected from boosting the
opinions of the late Charlie.

Next, there is Morgan Phillips, seeretary
of the Socialist Party. Morgan used to be
assistant to a Chinese illusionist, but neither
over the illusions of Charlie. “We
ists, not Marxists,” says Morgan.

So Nye, the Samson of the Left, has sub-
mitted to a haircut. Roll over, Charlie.

London Express Service |}
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STILL TIME
sentiment
a thirsty

Liberal voters.

is he takin
are Meth



To the Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—
which

mit me to voice

the
soil.

19th inst,

The world. renown Professor Einstein's clarion
call on nations possessing Atom Bombs and other
annihilating weapons to surrender them to supra-
National Authority is not at all untimely.
Armament race” he says “is the worse method to
t “Mahatma Gandhi's
views, were the most enlightened of all the Politi-
“We should strive to do

prevent an open conflict”.

cal men of our time”.
things in his spirit.”

How true and how rich these words are;

wonder how

dom and noble thoughts.

any particular people.

violence).

His belief in truth and love for mankind, Ganah, |
also gave his life in the same noble cause
fore there can be no doubt that even if he is ror-

There- |
gotten for a few years or even a few centuries like |
the Lord Jesus Christ, one day the name of Mahatma }

will be remembered, ever more, by the}
whole world, wherever truth and decency prevail, |

Gandhi

and Peace and brotherly love yearned for
Leaders of the United Nations pay heed to his high
It's still not too late |

ideals in time.

Kashmere Bazaar,
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el is for the greutest cause to-day.

The great name of that Apostle of Peace,
Mahatma Gandhi is heard so little and so far be-
tween these days that whehever one hears or
reads of it, as I did in your Evening Advocate of
it came as nectar for

n many political leaders of various
nations to-day give weight to such words of wis-
I have yet to see a
leader of any nation or country follow in the foot-
steps of that noble soul in words and deeds,
Gandhi didn’t belong to any particular nation or
He belonged to all nation,
and all people, ever making sacrifices in the cause
of peace and love between mankind and died up-
holding the torch of truth and Ahinsa
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$37,446 For Christ —
Church Playing Fields

THE CHRIST CHURCH VESTRY yesterday appoint:

a Committee to prepare estimates as to the cost and s
ability of the Choiera Ground, Dover Grounds, for a pla



yv-

ing field. The Dover Grounds was suggested as a probablk

Site for a plaving field for the parish. $37,446 has bee:
made available for the parish to build playing fields

Rae ote ee . - —4 The Vestry arrived at that

nN . | decision when they were consid-

Traffie Cops ‘ering the interim report of the

Committee appointed to make

2 ; recommendations concerning the

e Vigilant establishment of playing fields

° Mr. Fred Goddard told the

EVEN TRAFFic OFFENCES | Vestry that from the wisdom

were recorded Curing Wed-! attained in dealing with the con-

nesday and up to 6 a.m. yes-}struction of the Princess Alice

terday but of these only two} Fiaying Field, he felt that all the

motorists were charged with ex-
ceeding the speed limit.

One was charged with not
complying with the traffic regu-
jations, one with not having a

horn, and one with driving with-

out due care and attention
Two others were charged. with

not making the appropriate sig-

; available money would be swal-
lowed up without there being a
chance to acquire a Community
Hall as had been suggested.

He wanted to see two playing
jflelds in the parish and he had
been looking out for suitable
wots. It would always be the
wiser policy to construct playing *

nal and leaving an animal un-—|} fields in the most thickly popu
tended, after colliding with it, | lated areas and he had had that
HE HEAT was very u
in Bridgetown yesterday . Higher Cost
The temperature during the It would be useless to get land
afternoon was 87 degrees Fah-| which did not have a sufficient
renheit in the shade and very|quantity of mould upon it as ij

little wind blew

During the past few days very
litle rain fell. During Wednes-
day and up to 6 a.m. yesterday
only 34 parts were recorded and
of this 25 fell in the Station Hill

would entail more cost in blast-
ing out rocks and buying mould
lt was about time they made
some headway in getting playing!
fields and they should speed up
their suggestions especially as he











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District understood that they were about
irae other nine parts were ee eam te make a reply to the | ; ik phn %
divided between St George | 2 se. | | S
with 5, St. James two and St Mr. Goddard told the Vestry | \Â¥ ay ar ~
Lucy two that they would require about d Pt BK %
HE POLICE BAND under! four acres of land to construct | | %
the directorship of Captain each playing oe. eS i? 5 %
Raison, will resume its fortnight- Bee oe Dover 1s ARE MADE BY THE FAMOUS x
ly concert this evening at 8 o’clock Mr Brandford "ebene against | % %
at Hastings Rocks. The pro , cae. ' Wee | . i . o da \ .
prarnrae sieaen from light enuaia the decision that the Vestr; SIR ALLAN COLLYMORE, President of the Barbados Cricket Association, hands his telegram of congratulations to Sheila Lewis * i $
$ : ay ent a pepper- - ‘ € sara) Nin . , M
to the latest dance tunes. Se eet ent = 4 Notas This picture, taken by the “Advocate’s” Special Photographer, was radioed last night to London at the request of Maj. General Nicholls x Vv KS rm ‘LOX q ‘oY x Ss
, : 7 rrint | CC ent. te é steac * i : ee Ne ” 4
@ALVATION ARMY YOUNG of that being the case, Govern- who is sending a radio picture of the team to Barbados today for reproduction in to-morrow’s “Advocate”, x x
PEOPLE of every Corps in s sertraty 4: Fat %
2 ’ ment should be giving the Vestry ‘ 0 ve ‘lock oking experience ens VG . ‘
the Colony will assemble at the grants to help }itlem full any! | ce a a ‘his d % 60 years of Clock-making exper ience enables them *
Bridgetown Central Hall on| playing field, } hore 1 LIGHT TO ONE SC HOOL ot % ‘K : : y
Sunday, July 2nd for the An- ? | oO ice j ane A A 5 % to turn out an ALARM CLOCK which for quality ~
nual Young People’s Councils Better Morals s | TRICKS” x x
Py tae Sad a hl ae meee oe Concert Was, HOURS. ARE POPULAR $s dependaitiy ns never been equaled at he §
a.m. and 2.30 p.m. ...,,| Playing fields were constructed, it, oO < “You must try and work har [¥ ie ¥
‘ The are sreatest Adventure”. The d-|""The people at the present time,” A S as > mamas} Ss H mistress 1 s tricks. I : luty to]¥ ¥
a] z playing trick have a duty t
dress in the Morning Session will] he said, “have little ways and + uccess ay ed protect people from men of your % %
be given by Adjutant Olive| means by way of gaining recre-| ,, t ” N esa siee aie »ssori Sct 1 of the Urs kind,” His Worship Mr Bs >
i risional YP Sacre. ts gph mooning meatier: | Rete» fis e ymmemorat THE Preparatory and Montessori School of the Ursu- nd, : voreh ek i 1 x
wenite, Beane * : Secre-/ ation after work and oe peer ing the 135th Anniversary of the line Convent held their Distribution of Prizes yesterday! iPifith told Wilfred, Drake ty THE GOOD MORNING ALARM x
tary, and the afternoon by the strayed into immoral resorts. Battle of Waterloo highlighted the : y 2 “| Cave Hill yesterday when he |&% 2
Divisional Commander, Major Mr. Drayton reminded the Ves- Pol ee 'B nd Concert staved & evening in the School Hall. ‘ 5 sntenced him to three month x XN
A. E. Moffett. Special items on’ try that seven acres of land had pg ag ge a ve inet Aiaht "TMs During the evening a small entertainment was given} imprisonment wih hard labqut $ %
the day’s programme will in- been given the St. George Parish Lo adaieeraat sat ood the Ba by the school, and those who attended the prize giving, | for obtaining by false pretence |%& has precision-made works which guarantee its ~
slude a S ers Contes he as a playing field and it had; SOMeere was it 5 ‘ vs ahaha aaa ns S ;,{ with intent to defraid 8/4 from | »
clude a Speakers Contest on the .as eee ae Street Boys’ Club and the large thoroughly enjoyed the programme which was in two 3 . .
subject “What I admire most in, eventually been more or less| >‘ ORR ae ‘ reat) oD oe Mri%e @ re Puen : Winston Cummins on June 17 % reliability as time-keeper and the exterior is XS
the Life of the Founder, William] converted into a grazing pasture,|CTOW4 that attended were greatly parts. “Princess Tiny Tot’s Seventh Birthday,” was fol-} " Stipert’ Watdron keeper of |% enabuity as a time-Keeper ¢ le exterior 1s x
Booth”. ri ee ae ee ee He said that it would be useless | ntertained moos" ee te lowed by “Cinderella in Flowerland” which was in four! {he criminal record told Mr. | most attractively finished . x
re i irizzie interrupted ; bi | Griffith that Drakes had one pre- | % st attri vely Tinist ¥
Representatives from eacn|to get a playing field and not] * T! : ‘ a scenes. ; | Griffith the ak é i * ¥
ni . ere aceatitiedn -% re lighting effect were x ~—e Rev Father Parkinson S.J.,{/ vious conviction for stealing and |% e
oa te var vere ed eh a wae Dravta asked whether | ccllent and the setting was ideal |presented the prizes this offence was committed o1 * : %
Soldiets’ and Seni hg Soldies and there was not an Act which pre- Were of the Biwi of, th i lectors Mie d He t l A report on the work of the} June 22 when he was fined £5 fo: * ON Y $A Ad KACH x
ers and Senior ¢ ors a os » » § ) >» Klec rs . ’ ‘e) . \
the presentation of a Shield to| vented any. one from’ disturbing bers ot the Staff of the ae ee oO ern 0 e Preparatory School for the year| the larceny of $5 from Arthur * e ss v %
the Young Pesple’s Corps show- | the Cholera Ground. Ly marie Renting a . 7 1949 to 1950 was given by the} eee . behalt ‘ %
> Ss > ere { 0. . g . a » prose » mn beh:
ing the best all-round improve- sand a and all thanks is Would Cost Head Mistress, who said; — ES ie Polize™ eyescyrea, Of hens I: qehcontusiesinibiinsicneapmnregtatiadiiniigisabial pabecipdaiicniadinde ¥
ment for 1949 Cemetery Board due''to them)and. also ito Mr. A At the beginning of the school{ oa ne Dee oe Le is %
E , f 1 r. ) . rear, las apte ‘r, we extend- ,
The Youth Groups of the Mer ‘ Vautey -¢ :} Hilliard and Mr. John Burt for | year, last September, we extend~| jours of the present arrangement, | *
: . Members of the Vestry spoke illiard an r aie ; r % eat
Bridgetown Corps will take part strongly against making a change| their exper¥ handling of the spot ed the Montessori method of in=} than they had previously been | s Hardware Dept.
in a programme at the Reed} jn the Cemetery Board at the’ lights 9 9 dividual work—which for some] especially between the hours of 1} Dial 2364
Street Hall on’ Saturday, July present time. Mr. Drayton had The programme’ opened with < MR. A. S. BRYDEN speaking |years we have been following IN} and 3 in the afternoon. 1% %
Ist. at 8 p.m. Special Movie} asked, the Vestry to consider|Fanfare for Calvary Trumpets by at a special General Meeting of | the classes of children of five and May | now add a word oil} pe
Pictures will be shown through appointing two additional mem-|Capt. Raison and the Grand] the Council of the Chamber of|six years of age—into the third] thanks to the members of the stafl | eta 0t tpt MEAL APA GP GPCR
the courtesy of the British Coun-| pers to that Board, one not a}March with Father Rhine, This] Commerce yesterday said that if|yvear of the Preparatory School of the Preparatory School who have | =
cil. Vestryman, the Rector of the}|Was well rendered and was fol-} the Barbados Government put on]Course, that is, for children of worked: thoroughly and untiring - |
OL. VIDMER of Rockley Ter-| Parish, He said he suggested the|lowed by the Tone Poem “Fina} the Statute Book Industries Aid|! seven years of age. The method] jy for the good of their pupil
race, Christ Church, re-| addition because of the criticisms landia’ by the Fin 1 Composer, jegislation that offered anything|has proved most satisfactory in I have indeed witnessed the de |
ported the loss of a boat chain,} against the maladministration of Sibeliu : , te less than what is offered by Ja-|this third class, and good results| yotedness of each member |
valued $35, from the Royal Barba-]| the Board, but he withdrew his “Flight of the Bumble Bee bY] maica and Trinidad, they would|pave been obtained in English} the staff, and I can assure you
dos Yacht Club on Wednesday. motion after members said tHat) Rimsky-Korsakov, a popular en-] pe doing nothing and Arithmetic, as well as_ in| the parents, that each one i; j ALL EASI LY DON E WITH
RICKET FANS in Black Rock| it would be against established|core item next fluently fhe Council was discussing In| History, Geography and Nature| doing her best to help you ir : «
yesterday flocked the num-}rules to make changes after}rendered by the Band and this} general terms the report of th¢ Study which are introduced into} the instruction and edueation oc. ! =
erous pubs in this area as they| members had been already de-| was fol b paailina AR: Monolos ue of! Committee which interviewed | the school curriculum in this third! your little children All tha sai y
were celebrating the West Indies’} cided upon to constitute the ae hea) \ King} the Governor recently _ relative | yontessori year. | they are doing for the children’
victory in the test match at Lord’s| various committees for the cur- . ble Temper” by Capt.}to assistance in the provision of A keen spirit of work and|iatellectual and moral training
Groups of small boys were also|rent year . Raison sotina | 2dditional modern hotels and re-\ games has been fostered by the|—-ag well as the continuou
seen dancing and singing as they Mr. Drayton said he withdrew _ Bandsn er ee Pohtce | jative also to landing rights at introduction of the House System} prayer which accompanie th
strolled up and down the street.| his motion because he resented Band stat pet and one Of] seawell Airport into the Preparatory Schoo! this} work fa> “Atradted toward
In one section, flags were seen| the insinuations made by mem-|the be in the ind, next player Mr. Bryden said that if the year; loyalty to the House, as| the aim of forming these littl | THE WONDER
fluttering gaily in the breeze on bers as to his motives in suggest-‘the fan H arT Jame Con-| igiand was really to attract Whale eoaiy ven atioto! cups. ‘kindly pre-| ginls and) boys into. uptight en
house-tops and at windows ing the change. @ On Page 8 tors for the financial benefit of | sented to the Preparatory School| noble children of God
e Wea lly a1 ects ee ome ee ‘ the population hotels were | hy ev. Mother Prioress, have} |
needed The question Was | hoe rentives embe f! |
nothing to do with mega | Ron hake eee ee Thane ine “Have you heard about
hotel owners. The building o ‘ ae ee
victory in the sphere of both study | “"
la modern hotel costs. at least ae aman F ‘ f } 6) Dy Paradol?
| $2,000,000, and it would be ex- SI ; ce > of
tremely difficult to raise that] Last November, we issued t ¥ 74
money in Barbados ele") you, the parents of our pupils, ¢
capital had to be attrac proposal concerning a change _of
Foreign $ school hours which we consid
Apart from the hotel c offered would be beneficial to the}
} il, they » wanted om kind of|children, that is, from 8 o'clock |
3ill put on the Statute Book jin the morning to 1 in the after
| that would attract foreig dol- | noon We brought forward our
lars Jamaica had passed aj)}proposal merely as a suggestion ander
| Hote Act. anct the result was]with the intention of complying wo
that four hot were buil'. The /ultimately with the wishes of th« ne new EAM
| money that was circulated |niajority of parents We wel! Don’ ; . T
. 1 on’T Miss Our on a long-planned | >
through that building —_pro-|indeed gratified—and, may I adc outing or party . , ; hen Paradol
| gramme lore was benefit to]nerhans a little surprised,—to fir’ : . Cleans and polishes white and
\ : quickly helps to relieve periodic
| the island. He did not know if |that the great maiority of parent nine | wtttinnt. dinsatesalsin ; lee: inkisel Shekel’ gaint. oem
| loca politicians wante; the |nct only agreed to the propose pains, withou . c ener ab teatly co hamGe f a
peaple here to stay paupers all plan, but actually expressed the lad) ae we aed i r bodies, motor cars, radio and
| their lives . val and satisiaetion at tt compounded from ingredien
As ¢ l f tha same Hotei} oee?’ ms eae ‘ Paradol is excelent for headaches, gre nophone cabinets, enamel
| AS a re « ‘ iri rte uggestion, with a hope that tt .
Bill Jamaica had betwe last |). ' too. Get Dr, Chase Paradol ator and refriperators ete,
Bey | SP OMGICE me fe plan would he carried throu! ' ; .
March and the present time at , teday— the name “Dr, Chase : ; He)
tracted $12,000,060 U.S. It wa } We take thi opportunity to} your assurance 25 Min ts not a metal polish
i true that Uarbados would tart\}thank you for your generous co i
|} With a smaller market but | operat.on in that matter, for even DR. CHASE Ss
ON they had good labour and # good | those parents who, we know, have |
ee climate, and there were people. peen ineonvenienced by the PA RADOL
saan : | who would . choose Barbados, |change, expressed their willing- | _—€ Quick Relief from Pain —-—_ me
é Boise es gee everything being equal ness to fall in with any decis.on}| 20
t | Government's policy up to the| which the school authorities
The News Goes Up—and Barbados goes wild } presen howed a complete lack | would deem it beneficial to make
+ of imagination, Mr Bryden | This change of school hours, ef- |
» aid fected since January, has, during
UuU S U 4 a S Mr Inniss supported Mr. |the past two terms, proved mo |
| Bryden’s vie and asked what satisfactory as far as we can|)
i f bscribed | “5 the use of having a modern | judge. The children are far more
BARBADIANS known the world dard, Father of the West Indies perforn ubscri bs airport without having ‘hotels to| responsive in class during all the ||
over as a cricket living com- Skipper. For him it was a proud to th a. t vi ver ‘2 | accommodate visitors
munity took time off yesterday day. He is a loyal Barbadian. England X! nae —_——————— | | |
to celebrate the winning of the And it was his son who had led : Thurs ’ ally _ha f
Second Test Match at Lord’s by the winning team. holiday ; ! ' oy |
the West Indies team Congratulatory cables were sent th's occasior ose ‘ : mn x . ears i
There were good reasons foi by the Goddard Family, Dr. Law- hS a wT
these celebrations. John Goddard, rence Goddard, Mr. Leo Pouchet c c : mn Of We have a Fresh Assortment
the Captain of the West Indies of Trinidad and Mr. F. L. Y¥ the win. 3 ’ oa 5 |
Team is a Barbadian and the Simpson. The last mentioned real Something To Shout About : in Plain and Multi Colours. |
highest score in the match was “Hearty congratulations to you Ta | , 1 an, With, the a i | 1 evening |
made by another Barbadian Clyde and gallant team on splendid vic- stentorian voics who sinee the ‘ = | 3 | Make your next evening
Walcott. nry ‘over John Bill's eleven. end of the war has not had much The Aristocrat. off Bicycles ‘a:with the
During the last three days the Keep good work up and bring to shout about, stood in front of ew Dress with them
course of the eee ne been a ashes.” (Sg@) Frank Simp . a i rt g Store near me ay SPECIAL PRICES FOR SPOT CASH |
followed by enthusiasts through Son. : ti Broad Stre¢ nd t every~| -PURC so > . rier
the ‘Yedlo and a totalisator would Broad Street was quickly de- one within a } ed yards estas HIRE ae she eg TERMS ARRANGED
have been busy in any part of corated with flags and bunt'ns isual exaggeration’ of HA RRISON’S Broad St, Local Agents. | eats 3
the island. As soon as the last flying from the masts of the ie d facts, that the West] LL MS aAT GIL alt cad ackabedncesdarabdlenmishamaicitacaminedisskatiasaises: |
‘as bowled and it was Us business houses. Crowds gath- }; } i ethene
Ceea thee for the first tithe..a ered at various points to discu dred for all o a a a a a a a mi a .. |
. San Taine Wee ils of the game and the A} ; omy . }
West Indies Team had defeated the details o .* ST . VED— |
England in a Test Match and that utr’: seman SU: inn E et
at Lord’s Bridgetown was all ipy *] walkin d & A FRESH SHIPMENT OF a | A
ar ide. Bets were drawn and 9 flag looked neither to the left} : sist
ct Goddard's, Restaurant’ the} What’son Today | ire, ron |e PURINA. POULTRY CHOWS | mpnetlineetetierth
chorus or Congratulations was Court of Ordinary at 11.00 ally or othe ‘ for eli at ae
accompanied by champagne a.m. c I } Get Your Supply trom °
Goddards Listen In Mobile Cinema, Government tagir ow H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD
Some of the members of th Industrial Schools, st ne t zed the op-| Dissibutess gg y .
Goddard Family which now num- Philip at 7.30 p.m. portur } F
cae es thing up to 40 ha mati : , é Hine t te} | 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
zather listen in and mat aes nome eae ‘oe the W |S SSS eeeeeeeeeaee eee Scene a ee eran
ol ings he igen ings Rocks at 8.00 3 SSSSS RRB RRB eeee| oe
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> ndrew, avid isons), Edna AG. —(2) small cottages in St. | ‘tems o — . Wi e closed at the Genera ‘ost ce as follows: nese vessels ve ample space for vevis St
Drakes sister Beresford
(cousin | reoms each. Electric light and Water Government Auctioneer oo ——_——_—— erence - Cargo accepted on through bills «

30.6 .50-—1n | + ae Mrs Ruth Lynch, “Hollywood’ 28.6.50—3n . acing with transhipment at Trinidad fo —_—- -
st. Lawrence Gap DRA OS ss DESTINATION TIME DAY n ; , witish Guiana, Barbados, Win#-v=rd an
- DESTINATION | TIME DAY ’ oh
I / B.W.I. § 1
IN MEMORIAM | “FLAT—Fuly fumbned TAI modem | UNDER THE IVCRY HAMMER Convent, pee. So a

IN loving memory of our dear {rient} Conveniences, Linen & Cutlery 10 By instructions received I wil) sell on ~ uate bres - | ” FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD., CONSI r N 4047
CARMEN ALLEYNE who died on June| minutes walk “from Chibs & Ciiy.| Friday June 30th at 1 p.m. at Fort | | ‘6 Agents, Trinidad
Ur apaks aah ip eae ok wis oe 90.6.50-Sn| Royal Garage, St. Michael's Row, (1) | Antigua 8.30 am. | Wednesday | Grenada 9.00 am. | Monday DA COSTA & CO. LTD.,

s . » of grief ETERS Ys e Car n 3. ~ ’ . ae s.

But memory tums back every leef. | HOUSE —Pully tumlatied house tm Assi | rood 8 ee oe Can 9.00 am. | Saturday 9.00 am. | Thursday Agents, Barbado

Though’s drift on to by-gone days | class residential district, 2 miles from| VINCENT GRIFFITH, Auctioneer | Australia os .. |2.00 p.m. | Monday Guadeloupe 8.30 am Wednesday a

Life moves on, but memory stays ewn. 3 bedrooms, 2 living rooms n 27.6.50.—3n (all air) 2.00 p.m Thursday 9.00 a.m. Saturday
ae eee re, ee yaual offices. | From July at 1960, 10 | een n Australia ie ../11.45 am. | Friday ~ Haiti 11.45 a.m. {Monday « ° .

nh older & Family 30.6. 50—lr anuary 1s 5 Apply to Mrs. C.B to Panama only) 11.45 a.m lw. ¥ 4 } 11.45 ¢ Frid . ‘ } Ss
eS ——— | Dowding. Dial 4195 @ ) 5 . ednesday | 11.45 a.m, riday oO eanmis lips

Fron SALE gaa, |UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER Ses on’ | pete seca teks ee ana ationa Ss
a we | ——— By instruction I will sell on the spot : | 2.00 p.m Thursday
ey St El BoTaic L— Dew Frees er, suit- | at Martindale's ae on Friday ee Argentina 11.45 a.m Monday 11.45 a.m. Friday
Fe enya Serene ar) ble for selling tice 2 ‘elock, nm very comfortabl Y ‘ yah « - . ‘ ss
| A. Beard. Hardwood Ailey Phone | house secently. sepaired and painted, It 11.45 am. | Wednesday | India 2.00 p.m. Monday SOUTHBOUND § Sails Sails Arrives Sails

AUTOMOTIVE 4683 30.6.50—1n | has Drawing & Dining rooms, 2 Bed- Afri oo a.m Friday } 2.00 p.m. Thursday Montreal Halifax Boston B'dos Bidos _
= rooms, Kitchenette, Water toilet and rica 2. p.m Monday j 11.45 a.m Friday sake tae os i ae tos on 1H ‘ }

Rowetc cen , 6 - v | ‘ q 7 AN. CHALLENGER 19th June 26th Jun 6th Ju

CAR—Vauxhall. Velox 18 hp. Per-| ge ‘Trace: Rath. You can. remove right away, 2S 2.00 p.m. | Thursday | Jamaica 2,00 p.m Monday LADY RODNEY . 40 th June 3rd guy Sth J Lath
fect Condition two tone paint work| €°8 S60.0¢ NSO PERS | Mestion wry V'Awy owen 11.45 a.m. | Friday 2.00 p.m Thursday CAN, CRUISE 12th July 15th July
trunk specially fitted for the better Magazine Lane 30.6.60-—-40) Aruba .. {11.45 am. | Tuesday } 11.45 am, | Friday eee ate nd July; thy My 37th J
carrying of mose luggage. Ring R. S a Oe eee r ee eae 00 am S an | 20 Ae CAD LEN 1ith Aug. 14th Aus. ‘ /
Nicholls Office Home 8924 UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER Sor A icf REPORY ieee 300 a Phncetes LADY .NELSON tte Boe sae Gen ten 8 rth Rep

. 28.6.50—1.f.n SAINT VINCENT WEEKLY AIR att a 2 | - ; i of NELS Sep 1 Sep it € Sth Se 2 th See,

Nee ree ns ‘ SERVICE Now makes possible ideal} I will sell by auction on the spots on Bahamas es oe 3 ee tenday | 11.45 am Friday retina enn OTT oe

| + in. hp. in good con-| holidays Tuesday next the 4th July at 2 o'clock < IT, ursday | NOPTHBOUND iv Sail Arriv Arri Arrh
| dition. 1. A. Worme, Empire Theatre Under one management two (2) houses. One (1) a Double 11.45 am. | Friday | pant pe Sng "B'dos Sr oee. Salinen Meument
| 28 .6.50—3n RATHO +? wee HOTEL roots: note * Sobers Lave wits gal Bermuda oe ee | 2.00 p.m. Monday | Martinique 8.30 am Wednesday 6 : s

3 . cen vanised roof and the other is a double ade in oo | ¢ i di y¥ NELSON 27th Jur th June 8th July 10th duly 13th July
ee a. a gee Mane eine and roofed house with shed at Mahogany 2.00 p.m. | Thursday |v sii Piva er | Leeraes ‘ADY RODNEY 27th July 29th July 7th Aug, 9th Aud. 18th Aug
| ot gle we ire hi ada mar a SUNNY CARIBBEE Lane, Both must be sold. Inspection on : 2.00 p.m. | Friday fexico 11.45 a.m. | Monday “ADY NELSON 18th Aug. 20th Aus, 29th Aug. 3ist Aug. 3rd Sep
. vureh 24.6.50.—6n. on-the-sea Bequia Island application to D'Arey A. Scott. Maga- Brazil . -- | 11.45 am Monday | 11.45 am, | Friday LADY RODNEY 19th Sep./2tst Sep. B0th Sep. ist Oct Sth Oct

MOTORCYCLE—B S.A. 312 hp. in Sc socanes,” Gan bette iene Beautl- | zine Lane 30.6.50—4n 11.45 a.m. {Wednesday | Montserrat 8.30 am Wednesday LADY NELSON Ath Oct. 10th Oct. 19th Oct, 2th Oct. 2th Oct
Al condition Only done 6,900 miles} lont cuisines and bars. RATES ‘Ss to At Public Competition — one property| Br, Gui 11.45 am. | Friday Te ee —ee ~—— ees
are | Demons Hinkson, Welshes St.| $7 B.W.I. per day. For further details | situate at Deacons Road, consisting of} —'* GUana +} 11.45 am. | Monday Z :

‘ 30.6.50—2n] and reservations. 4,800 square feet of land and a Chatter }9.00 a.m Thursday New Zealand 2.00 p.m Monday N.B.—Subject to change without n Alf vagpels Btted with cold storage cham
LG. ROOKS, House This property has a well and| Br. Honduras 2.00 ’ | (all air) 2.00 Tr lay bers. Passenger Fares and ight retes on application to :—

VAN—1947 Bedford 12 h.p. Windows Box 47, fruit trees on it with a frontage of one ee pen Monday =e ee 11.45 P ee Fr rurecay
cut in sides. Suitable for trade or pri- Saint Vincent. Adar : | “39 €.m. riday ion
yeth tieg. Ownee leaving the island, feng | 19.680=a00. . ¢) = |Rafigred oda square feet of Jand:. will be} Canada to. 4s. lyase em Lrgesd | New Zealand 11.48 arn. | Wednesday GARDINER AUSTIN & CO, LTD. — Agents.
2410 (office) or 3728 30.6 .50—3n at tem a'tiesk on Friday 16th of June.’ c 1Z 2.00 p.m. Friday (to Panama only) |9 00 am Saturday

NO 27.6. 50-50 ana one 11.45 a.m day | |
ELECTRICAL NCE Ne teMnh (adie FoccaRih oe’ Sustie. Meas bc ; 9.00 a.m. bse» |Puerto Rico {11.45 a.m, | Monday : = =

Sac oneenraes ‘ hae Application for one or more vacant betition ms Fas cies Vietori eet Colombia Rep. ++ 111.45 am. Monday | 11.45 a.m, Wednesday wail * i * relirn
yDATTERIES: Paiswon ¢ Volt. 18: 18-1 st. Michael's Vestry Exhibitions at Har-| FRipay oth” at 2 p.m. the property 11.45 am. | Frid {11.45 a.m. | Friday CIE. GLE., TRANSATLANTIQUE
Gan tan Bincicibal “Deoattment #7 isk of the Yeats oro s eae called “CAMELOT” standing on 12,610] Curacao ms ++ 111.45 a.m, Tuskbey |St. Lucia . $8.30 a.m Wednesday .

ENB in-o| 5 B gh Weiney H, fok “| Sita etter" dawn, ae | Cuba Boom. [Saturday | ge Kitt 19.08, am |Rating FRENCH LINE
> a a eee > candidates must be e sons Pa-l ing, 3b . wre hee ee ¥2 1 ’ a.m. Mond _ s + | Oe a. ac sag

aoe goatee with eer good | ishioners in straitened circumstances and | jyrcakfast maebots WK eee Water 11.45 am. | Wed oad 5 }9.00 a.m, Saturday Sailing to Trinidad Sailing to Plymouth
order. Can be seen at Advocate Ad-| must not be less than (9) nor more than | y, 3 bas + sanesday St. Thomas, V.1 1.45 ¢ M ; s g ‘ g V
vertising Dept 29,6.50—2n | (is) years of age on 30th June, 1950 Near Royal Yacht & Aquatic Clubs. | Qping 11.45 am. | Friday + thomas, V. 11.45 a.m, Mi onday
SE a SESS aay to be proved by a Baptismal Certificate eee hae teens on at ee , 8 -+ 12.00 p.m. Monday | (via Trinidad) 11 45, am, |Friday S.S. “GASCOGNE” 8rd July, 1950 9th July, 1950

ELECTRIC —WATER | HEATERS | by | which must accompany the application. || there is sufficient land for building 2.00 p.m. || Thursday poh poen , | 11.45 am. | Tuesday S.S. “GASCOGNE” 10th August, 1950 16th Aug. 1950

on in 3, 5, 12, 15, 30 and 40 gallon Forms of application can be obtained | there is sufficient land for building 45 * “ P 19.00 am Thursday k « srtret : ” TOR » ~ 5
sizes. DaCosta & Co., Ltd. Electrical| at the Vestry Clerk's Offic another bungalow with an entrance 11, a.m. Friday | x ery re S.S. “GASCOGNE 14th Sept., 1950 20th Sept,., 1950
Department. Dial 3878 ® BY oder BC REDMAN, | {fom this new road. For inspection] Domini : | Tortola .. {8.30 am. | Wednesday S.S. “GASCOGNE” 8th Nov., 1950 14th Nov, 1950.

29.6.50—6n ‘ Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry or Pike peenees the owner nica a4 +4 \380 p.m. Monday (via Antigua) . | 9.00 a.m, Saturday shee ioltia :
eee | Vestry Clerk's Office, ’ py ‘om t ¢ ther nti ars —
ELECTRICAL TOOLS by Black &| ' Parochial Buildings, p.m. For conditions & terms of sale Dutch Guiana % ae Satutay or further particulars apply to
Decker Drills, Bench Grinders ete Bridgetown. 28 .6.50—8n al 2947, reher c Kenzie | . . . onday « -
Dial 3878, DaCosta & Co., Ltd. Electrical | _ Se et acleetc cers 25.6.50—5n. Dom. Republic 11.45 am. | Friday’ in Rk. M. SONES & CO, LTD.- Agents.
Dept 29.6.50—6n NOTICE CY : public ++ 12.00 p.m | wr Trinidad 11.45 a.m Monday
to Se

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES: New REAL ESTATE | 2.00 p.m Friday
shipment of Toasters, Hot Plates; Irons, Re the Estate of Gar he Teneatoa eae ‘ ; Europe 6.00 «in Sativday (=a
etc. Dial 3878, DaCosta & Co., Ltd. LEWIS OLIVER YARDE : e instrvcted by the Executors o} 2.00 p.m. f a. | Si ay
Electrical Dept. | (More commonly known as LEWIS ~ | the- Estate -of Elmira F. Langevine to 2.00 : m | PASSAGES TO IRELAND

29 6.50~6n OLIVER BURKE) offer for sale fhat desirable dwelling- ? ane : \U.S.A 2.00 m Monday
bl baa ener deceased house “Industry Cot”, situate at Welling- Fr. Guiana 11.45 a.m. 200 et Thursday
WATER EATERS by| NOTICE is hereby given that all per-j| fon an hepstow’ Street, standing on an ** 111,45 a.m. | « p.m aes i > “ts Li sex ice +’ passages to
ones socially outed for use ae sons having any debt or claim against the | 2847 square feet of land, containing | q er 11.45 Sw 11.45 a.m Friday Antilles I roducts Litd,, Rose au, prominis a, ae eee aout
Shower Bath. Patented Mixing Valve| Estate of Lewis Oliver Yarde--more- often gallery, drawing and dining rooms, two| Gt. Britain Ff ° Dublin per M.V. “DUALA”, next sailing from Roseau @
regulates temperature at will. DaCosta| known as Lewis Oliver Burke, Sarieant Peau Seta Wi. ‘and bath, elec- et p.m. I jf | 20th June, and thereafter about every thirty-three days,
. ts of The Barbados Fire Brigade—decea: rie nts and a few fruit trees. a Wm, sday iy as ” * : ‘o . . “2, . 3 . on.
& Co., Ltd.’ Electrical Depts i ee late of Enterprise in the parish of Christ| The abovementioned property will be “e 45-5 o phupeday | Venezuela 2.00 p.m. | Wednesday Roae tare, £70, usual reductions for children
+ ae: Chureh in this Island who died on the|S¢t up for sale by public competition at} —— —__ . ty eReCay 9.00 a.m Saturday pply direct.
wae. heal fone HM.V. has] 1th day of May 1950, intestate are re- | 9Ut Office James Street, on Friday 30th . ;

H.M.V. Radiograms a lity | duested to send in particulars of their June 1950 at 2 p.m. Registered Mail c — 7 renee. f
again achieved the Hall Mark of Quality | claims duly attested to the undersigned | Inspection on application to the tenant. | p,¢ _ Mail closes an hour before ordinary mail Se ——
in their latest Model 5307 8 Valve Ra-| Miriam Adina Straker, c/o Messrs. Haynes YEARWOOD & BOYCE. revious Schedules should be cancelled :
diogram . Its_Kenyotes are HIGH| & Griffith, Solicitors, No, 2 Swan Street, 6.6.50—Tn : ‘ . , ed
QUALITY REPRODUCTION, OUT- | Bridgetown, on or before the 31st day of General Post Office For domestic and light lubrication purposes you ne
STANDING SENSITIVITY, SIMPLICITY | August, 1950, after which date I shall pro-||_“MEDMENHAM”, PINE HIL1—st Barbados .

OF OPERATION. We shall be pleased] ceed to distribute the assets of the de-| Michael, a very desirable residence, 29th Ji ba
to demonstrate this Model at your con-| ceased among the parties entitled thereto! standing. on 1 acre 3 roods of land June, 1950, €6 ,
venience. Dial 3878 Da Costa & Co., Have, posers peeve to cy thes ol nee eve aes contains verandah, |:
a , 6.50—3: whic 3 ie) ave otice an drawtn a . >
Ltd., Electrical Dept 0 . ” 1 will not be liable for the assets or any bedenoela @ with, De Ee Cea’ '1QUOR LICENCE NOTICE ee
part thereof #0, distributed to any per- | convenien: buttery, pantry, and] The applicati fC ia cristae : . | a preductiet Sorte meee SAE
son of whose debt or claim I shall not : ? ation of Courtenay - YY "
FURNITURE Son Be voreed agar hitched: See ity, water and tele field Wilkinson of Near St. ratharirine | ADVERTISE IN THE aaa | Obtainable at all branches of

FURNITURE—One Larder & one Kit-| AND all persons indebted to the sald} In the yard there are servants rooms, Malt Linuoms permission to sell Spirits, || |
chen Cabinet, almost new. Apply to] estate are requested to settle their said | garage etc., and the grounds compriée, Shingled - ti A mosrded and j Fy y y "

ee » | indebtedness without delay. ° House attached t side: ‘hi y
Fe. S.Worme No." 3 “iugenden” | Mgchetners inet Sone, 1950, | Hawn and "enraens. Near’ St Gaierincse Se Bulent CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.
Barbarees Hill -6.50—3n MIRIAM ADINA STRAKER, nspection by appointment with the onted is 28th day of June, 1950 ci
ogame eee TABLE —~ | Qualified Administratrix of the . Estate owe ae D. oer a Dial aa a ee Police Magistrate, Dist. “Cc.” o al zs IaH =< ees =

‘Solid Mahogany aoe ¥ oye of Lewis Oliver Yarde, deceased, ‘he a oes property Ww! ig cet 2c Sianed; COURTENAY CHESTERFIELD ata te
100. years’ old--Seats 8— persons. 21.6.50.—-4n. | S#1¢ by public competitign at our office WILKINSON, Leben teal elt panne
Phone Miss E. Gowdey — 2636 James street, Bridgetown, on Friday Applicant

22.6.50—6n 20th June instant at 2 p.m. N.B.—This application will be considered
recesses AEE NOTICE YEARWOOD & BOYCE, at a Licensing Court to be held at
Solicitors Police Court, District “C", on
POULTRY Re Estate of 15,6,50—12n. Monday, the ioth day of July! 1950, ~
mcs se? FITZ ELD, A o'clock, a.m,

POULTRY—Rhode Island Red Pullets ere REID | “WoOUSE—Oone (1) Board and Shingled A. 'W. HARPER.

and Cockerels. -Mrs. M. W- Clarke, f | house 18 x 10 with shedroof & Kitchen Police Magistrate, Dis ”
“Sherwood” Roebuck St. Phone 2224 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that al!| Situated at Woodbourn, St. Philip. Ap- 30.6.50.—1n &
30.6.50—2n] persons having any debt or claim upon] ply to C. Gooding on Premises ‘ cs .
or affecting the estate of Fitz Herbert] ~ 20.6.50—2n | (°F FF%9%S9S999959965690655+
ne ee | Reid Inte of the Garden in the parish
of Saint James who died in this Island
MISCELLANEOUS on the 17th day of May, 1949, are WANTED JUMBLE SALE i
rents TS Dial 8436 hereby required to send in particulars var hie
ANTHURIUM PLANTS al 436. | |of their claims, duly attested, to. the - umble Sale will be held
undersigned c/o D. Lee Sarjeant of lar (Saturday) July | Ist

~ - TDelivery Cart in| James Street, Bridgetown, Solicitor, on in the Bethel Hall Bay Street

CART—one 2-wheel Delivers, Lid or before the 20th day of August, 1950,| HELP commencing at 1) vo'dieek. This
good condition iia’ 35.6.50--an. | after which date we shall proceed to] —— "i effort sponsored by the Dalkeith

Shan *| distribute the assets of the said estate Gs uae ae for Peis peep % Saree is in aid of Missionary
Serr 95 ; a th tles entitled thereto hav- mshouse at a Salary o per unds

GALY ANISh Sa sia Dial ing reward ahs debts aA claims only | month, plus $10.76 Cost of Living Al- x
9 foot galvanise sheets $4.06 nae'50—1n | of which we shall then have had notice, lowance. SOS OCGEES
nia selena and that we shall not be Mable for ; et ae eat ee be ne
sheulanandininanenntaiotinbies |

ss' Si 1 etty col-| assets 80 distributed to any person of | forwar oO r De ohnson, SS
outs and, der at 3 pet wair. The| whose debt or claim we shall ESN have eae not later than Monday 3rd SAVE

d re 2 1 50—4n. ‘ ce 2 mt f such distribu- y 195 3
Modern Dress Shoppe. 29.6.50—An. | had notice at the time of suc RPE CGEuaY mhitn tig Slant te "ete TO-DAY

SSES PLASTIC HANDBAGS with AND all persons indebted to the said tained from the P.M.O
baeciier straps. Red, White and Black | estate are requested to settle their Signed. ON WELL-BOUGHT Z
at $1.90, The Modern Dress Shoppe. eecounts without delay. A A B. GILL,

29,6.80—An, | "Dated. this 15th day of June, 1960, Clerk, Poor Law Guardians, | FURNITURE
HAROLD ATHELS' , . Joseph ”

NEEDLES for your record player . - ELIEN LOLITA BLACKMAN, 25.6,50—5n. ala _ e
ell kinds including Ruby and Sapphire ALFRED TAYLOR REID, THE MONEY-SAVING WAY
semi-permanent needles to play several Qualified Executors, OFFICE CLERKS, (2) males with good ;
tnousand recordings. 6! ten Est. FitzHerbert Reid, decd. soars and olhined ie eee Ny eeeeaaees Dresser-robes, & Lin- <

A. BARNES & CO., : 17 6.50--4n. pply in person w written applica- en Presses in Mahogany, or ma- . 1 . , . ’
Bs doa kit flon to the Secretary, Bekstein Brothers, |} howard, Cedas’ Birch or Deal Avail yourself of the Golden Opportunity ——Here’s a list of Some Items.
CE | | semaine 1 AT, SAEOMEs 28.6.50—3n —Bedsteads, Beds & Morris .

NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Frank Cushions, $4.50 up—Cradles $3 ee ISN SSEIE sInInn saan SgSSEISSE ERNIE NRE NEES EEOEeENEneEneD
Sinatra, Bing and all the rest. Come NOTICE MISCELLANEOUS BY ena Sian, aiccamname ores: BOYS’ SHOES IN GE : GREY FLANNEL, 56 in GENTS HANDKERCHIEFS WASHABLE GINGHAMS
and get, but quick. aie aaneenanee Tub & Rush fumiture—Berbice Leather All Sizes $2.16 a yard 15, 24, 27, 40c. each Lovely Plaids

A. BARNES & CO., LTD. Our readers are reminded of the Sale : and other Easy Chairs—Dining & , ’ , , D ua
24.5.50-t.f.n.| 4. aay at R. Archer Mc Kenzie's office Persons to listen to ‘Jeffreys Beer Book Racks—ice Boxes, and other $2.98 a pr. up * . . . — . " Only 47 cents a yar

—$—$———— mmm | Victoria Street of the dwelling house Lanny de Monthrun g08. his artistes, te things CREAM FLANNEL, 56 in GENTS SOCKS — 32 & 4% noe _——e —— =

PLASTIC HEADTIES ee Pe i called “CAMELOT” standing on 12,610 on 9.00 oe pt sth afd wath guy, Kitchen Tables, extension & fixed GIRLS’ SHOES $2.88 up From $3.50 a yard. @ pr GUARANTEEI Ww ASHABLE
designs or solid, shades 36c, Goro. Tin'| square feet of land at Chelsea Rosa, sa and 12th Ty tops—Roll Top and other Desks » HATS 49c, each - ~ PRINTS AND HAIRCORDS.
Moqern er er, ———— | near to the Clubs. A good Rane of Wet er aha ae e STRIPED FLANNEL, 56 in GENTS BOWTIES — 98¢, each From 686. a yard

$ +). ns je ~ . IBBER SANDALS From $2.69 a yard a m -

RAINCOATS with collars or Hoods, | Ve* CINE CAMERA Eight millimetre RU f m .69 a yard, al
Bine Green, Maize, White and Pink at) ————————-—---"---""" | Kodak . preferred. In good condition. L § WILSON Special Offer. 50c. a pair up GENTS LOVELY TIE DOMESTIC
$4.80. The Modern Dress Shoppe. Hodsen C/O Alleyne, Arthur & Co. Lid. je We STRIPED ‘TROPICALS 56 in 59¢. up a . ‘

29.6.50—4n. OTICE 29.6.50—4. ’ . : : ‘ = Hleavy Quality. 27 in. wide,
——— N Trafal an BOYS’ SOCKS (Long) From $2.98 a yard — cs :
RETREAD tyres at special cash un rafalgar St. ::: Dial 4069 Clearing 12c, a pair -- | SHOES IN MANY QUA 1ES Only 36c. a yard
p. yres spe 7 Hood and Mae Burne) a) ee ‘ - ro oi % ee ‘ ee npteamnceaaieabiesiqioninhdndalin

’ 3. 650 x 20 at $28.25, 32 x 6 at If Ruth Ho ; ere aa PLAIN TROPICALS, 56 in ALL REDUCED ‘
fino; 34x 7 at $46.90; G25 x 20 at| at the Lene ray eonmanting Barbados Youth Movement ‘=== BOYS’ CAPS $2.00 per yard up ————— se ta. eenee camel

5 each. Enquire Auto Tyre Com- o' ' . 8 . s 569% 4, 464, 0 a : ‘ he White aki 36 in eavy uality
vena Trafalgar Street, Phone 2696 to their advantage. 28.6 .50—3n This is your ‘chance now to help the SOPCRROGO FO CRO9EOT Ove Clearing 32c. each. - — ee — CORK HATS White & Khaki ae ae a cee
gata 21.6.50—t.f.n. Barbados Youth Movement. 14 years we|@ y bi PLAIN TROPICALS, 56 in $1.50 each eee
OOOO Oo NOTICE were fighting the cause of ~ ae g % BOYS’ WHITE POLO SHIRTS $2.00 per yard “a aT 7 SPUN SILKS

ate, 1 Youths of Barbados. . = ‘ > s ) 1" f Ut SIL
PERSONAL IRVINE DAVIS of Sealy Hall, St. John ai Leauge tre still Maing the same x . é G * 2 for $1.00. ee aad PIN STRIPE TWEEDS ents eee awe adae all _ Various Colours
cs , begs to inform his chee Pres te plies Ed the sland | % BOYS’ FELTS.—24c. each. $6.98 a yard reduced considerably for 36 in 84c. a yard up
—_—_—_—__ “| that as the result of an accident he is ’ ; id | ¥ Pe - ; ;
forward to do their art. So : a you! ; "oe . , ,

This serves to notify the general pub-| detained as a patient at the Hospital.) Satnl tots ihe unfortunate youths | § %| LARGE PLASTIC TABLE | KHAKI DRILLS, Washable. |. *°" WHITE ORGANDY.,

Ne that T shall not be responaible for| but hopes to be ow again "28.6.50—3n | of Barbados . % COVERS 59c,, 78c., 92c. and $1.00 a yard. |] RAYON STOCKINGS 36 in. Tbe. a yard
any debt gr debts contracted by my | WUC Nn | REV. OL. BRUCE-CLARKE—Founder s % ) Lively Designs $2.00 each 2 Prs. for $1.00 SHARKSKIN WHITE
wife Ena Azalia Valentine Straker (nee) NOTICE Rev. J.B. GRANT—Chaplain | % ——— | WHITE DRILLS (Good Quality) matte a ay cael ,

2: ay y e an se Sec . * . . . Y a d
SEALE, she having jeft ay — na Mrs. OLGA BROWNE Gen pacts y DAMASK TABLE COVERS 78c., 82c., 98e. a yard * GOOD QUALITY COT- 1.85 a yar
protection without my nowledg: ia s ‘ Shea te that sntab 30.6.5 n * GROUND BLACK PEPPER! $2.18 each Ss 2 for $1.00 ¢ EORGE' Tr ¥ Qualit

ronsent s hereby given Pinal ant sa baagtanrenceren a aeenene st . . . , . Tike ve aE a ‘ine ality
wah Cc. L, STRAKER. tion of the Barbados Mutual Ald and LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE 34c. oz. BLUE DENIM—68c. a yard rer se 48. in. wide 990. a yard

20.6.50-4. | Amessment Assurance Society to cause ORETTONES, in Beautiful Floral] GENTS FELTS—2e_ each "NYLON STOCKINGS ) :
= | to be introduced in e - : MOV. tar Designs—59c. and 75c, a yd, anes 158 and $1.78 a pr. HE TAFFETAS
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A SCENE at the Police Band Cv ncert held at the Parada Souare k
Police Band is seen while just in . cont of them is pyramid by memb
Culture Club. The large crowd ‘athers in the for

nn Sn nn ne en

Malverns
Win Again
3-5

visiting Malvern footbal!
Trinidad ended thei
defeating the Col-

KITCHENER

(By E. L.

London’s
night

for h

West Indian

The
team from
tournament by

ony XI by three goals to two a at
Kensington Oval yesterday after faey will .be playing it to-
noon, (

At half time, the score was 2

. West Indians.
in favour of the visitors who ha
a penalty scored against them fend iehaer aire bas
Gon) scorers were “Putty” Qiynin efore tiie match thi
Lewis, Paul Carr and “Squeakie” \)).); but it probably has us
Hinds for Malvern while Drayton dergone considerable thange since
and Reynold Hutchinson scored giey oo | won't tuinte’ ie 46k vou
for the colony. Phe King Hotel, London head
The Malvern team turned up in quarters of the team, thought up

a mighty nice gesture to greet the

rni . + ther of thei c B
mpusn or 86 m0 boys on their return this after-

regular skipper Phil Doughlin, an

th teams "oon rhe hotel was bedecked
teed Sie ise Cinive of the field with flags, and they had even
where Shey remained for a few found Red Ensigns with the

a “ - crests of Barbados, Trinidad, Ja-
Rat Dee, Tae oerk eee maica, and British Guiana. These
to make the trip. were given pride of place over the
Malvern took the kick off from front entrance, where several
the pavilion end but the colony’s West Indians had gathered to wel-
forwards immediately took over come the conquering heroes It
and made the first threat at thgir ie a pity Sone had thought of a
a 2 = "eS rass bank
oP, gee foo puny was thas as Skipper Goddard was elated but
going and from a corner kick by tired and I did not think you
Lynch from the left side centre would wont me to worry him wit!
forward “Putty” Lewis headed ony kind of interview We had tea
out of the reach of goal keeper together, the crowd of us, and
Smith to put his side one up. talked everything but cricket, al-
The colony's defence was now though that constantly crept into
kept busy as their opponents kept the chatter. Every few seconds it
up a series of attacks on their goal, seemed another cable would ar-
Another corner was awarded and rive and the skipper would pass it
again Lynch took an accurate around for all to see.
shot, this time centre half Paul
Carr headed in to give Malvern
their second.



I couldn't begin to list the
people who wired their con-

gratulations—George, Head-

The colony team made a num- ley, Manny Martindale, Sir

ber of attempts to score but when Errol Dos Santos, Chartie

their front men did not kick wide, Taylor, Reg. Wishart, and

the Malvern defence got in their family, friends, Commercial

way. firms, sporting organisations.
eee geoey, asain pee ean _ Nobody has forgotten the team
raid, Hutchinson kicked wide, in their moment of victory and

a is > sy they appreciate it.
an cee ot the malt * bast The London evening papers un-
fence busy but they were ‘able to “nimously acknowledged it as a
avert all danger. = well dese rved victo ry, even

Shortly before the interval, ful] though, as 1. N. Bailey of the Star
back Emanuel was adjudged Puts it “it does a disservice to
guilty of foul play in the area, English cricket on the eve of our
Drayton took the kick and made departure on a hard tour of Aus-
no mistake, tralia.” Bruce Harris, Sports

On the resumption, Malvern Editor of the Evening Standard,
were first on the offensive but the headlines his story, “Blame Hero
colony’s defence withstood their Ramadhin Por Our Pall,” and cer-
attacks, new the Sao East Indian has

ny . s nde y made a tremendous impression in
dees eatatinn unnee. 8 Engiand, His match analysis in
front men carried the ball well jip this ‘Test speaks for_ itself “115
the field but Lucas kicked over Overs, 70 Maidens, 152 runs, 11
with a good shot. wickets, 1 doubt very much if
it was not long after this that Hedley Verity or even Clarence
Malvern made a raid and Grimmett has ever made such
“‘Squeakie” Hinds at inside right Showing on a perfect wicket, To-
scored the third tor his team with day he had four tor 12 in 26 overs
a well placed shot., of which 20 were maidens,

The Colony team in spite Of this{e«. E. M. Willing |
set batk, were still lookinig fort: News, our séverest critic all along,
goals and Wilkes sent in aliubs this “the blackest day for
grounder which Mills saved, Later English cricket since 1882, when
Chase cut in from the right wing the Australians, who had not yet
and sent in a hard one but again become a power in the game, won
Mills held on to it. pads

The colony’s front





men kept

on pressing, causing their oppon but







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@ From Page 3
certo which was arranged for the





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@ From Page 5 The





Barbados Cricket League will

Band by Bandsman Murre!. A few bicycles paraded the stage its Sxapentation Match on murdey
. * t a mr: “ye NeXt at the Princess Alice Playing Fields,
Cpl. Wilfred Best and hisftown decorated with hibiseu Reef Giounds. Teadu taking pert ape
Xylophone was featured in the] flowers and cars filled with hap- Lancashire the Champion Chib in the

mext item. He gave two solos} py tans snake tneir
“Bagatelle” and
Rufus” on that

Championship Division and “The Rest.”
The Match starts at 1.30 p.m. and the
Presentation takes place at 5.p.m.
The team to represent Lancashire will



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town, the occupants singing
merr.ly all the time

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instrument. Mr







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Cheeseman, one of the Guest] Jn The No:theru Parishes So aaa See ie Sia ie eee
Artists, next brought the crowd In the Northern parishes, mo Belle, W. Linton, P Cole, E. Thomas,
to their feet when he sang the}tor cars, vans and bicycles wer ene ae TS gy ag eras tro "
popular Hit Parade tunes “My passing the sirects, bedecked with ‘tirCarthy “iWhite Roses, _L. . Walcott
Foolish Heart” and “I Can Dream flowers and ferns non, C. Symmonds (Penrade:, H
Can't I” 2 ee o ine ale Corbin (Barrows), 1. Drakes ‘Inch Mar-
. Z One van was seen moving alone je Glades (King Park), H. Pierce

A Sketch of a “Race Day on the Porters Road with two flags ana ‘S. Catherinei, C. Reid iColts:, Q. Rus-
Savannah” was next given by b . ; + ; ell. iCyctoner, Douglas (Western) V.

: untings to it front and rear tale, * ae
members of the Young Men’s Fent Goodwill), W. Clarke (Rangers)

Men could be seen
and down

moving us
ih come sort of flow

— $s

Progressive Club. This sketch was and the praise did not go only to

a typical Barbadian scene depict-

; . er in their bution hoes, shiri the. West Indians but also the
ing the local folk betting. It wa besem or cap pea English opening batsman Wash-
also very natural and brought to Cricket fans were for the whole }rook, who helped England to pu

the mind of the onlooker the way

: ; day taiking about the victory and
in which a Barbadian enjoyed], =

up a decent fight.

hi the accomplishments of “Mystery In one street of the City a
imself on the Savannah. Man” Ramenhin and 20-year-old group of men danced and sang
The Band next formed them- Tamaican slow left arm bowler while a small boy beat out u

selves into a Male Voice Choir Valent ne.

quick tempo on a
In the shops, pubs and barber but the
saloons the only topic was cricket to drink.

rusty bucket

and sang two humourous songs less demonstrative typk

‘Little Tommy Went A-Fishing’
and “There Was A Tack”. They
also rendered the two negro
spirituals “Deep River” and
“Swing Low Sweet Chariot”. In
the last two Norman Wood, of the

night. In the background the
rs of the Bats Rock Physical

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nd was successfully staged.
The programme then climaxed
with the scene commemorating the
135th Anniversary of the famous
Battle of Waterloo. Responsible
putting this over were the
vhole Band and Band Cadets, s!>
Police Recruits from the Training
School and four Mounted Police-
men—the iatter representing thi
Duke of Wellington and hi:

lovely

TOOTAL LINES

More

night at the Paramount anc

for the first time in a Test in Eng-
land, They won by only 7 runs at
the Oval, but that was enough to
prempt the tamous obituary no

tice to England’s cricket which A.D.Cs. ; : ;
gave Vise to the mythical The various features in thi
Ashes. Now the West Indie: scéne were: At Camp ‘befori ()
have triumphed by an over- Mawn, The Morning Gun, The

Village Church Strikes 4.00 a.m
Reveille, Camp Prepares for Bat
ue, The Alarm Sounds, March o!
the French Army, The genera
assembly of Duke of Wellington’:
3ritish Troops, Prayers before the

whelming margin, and no amoun
of crepe and ashes can adequately
express English feelings.”

For the record, the West Indies
now join South Africa as the only
visiting team to win a Test victory

In Plain Shades

of Light Green,

in England—apart, of course, from Hattle, The Alarm, Charge tah'g oer, ert
Australia, India and New Zealand Battle and ended with Flight Ss Rose, Gold
ire yet to win a Test itself in this ‘he remnants of Napoleon's es - SUES)

French Army and Victory March
cf the Duke of Wellington,

Capt, C. E, Raison, A.R.C.M.,
MB.E., did the spade work for
the Concert and must be praised
fer successfully staging his fourth
successful outdoor Concert in
Barbados.

At the conclusion Col. R. T
Michelin, Commissioner of Police.
thanked those’ who attended and
also the supporting artists for their
valuable services. He made spe-
cial mention of Mr. Norman Wo'd
apd the Y.M.P.C. Players.

2nd Test Match

@ from page 1
a change in the attack. Worrell

eountry or at home.
Before I pass on from this Tes:
I wish to correct one incorrect
statement I have made. Prio
Jones only dropped one of thos
chances from Washbjook, The
cther drcpped about a yard ‘in
front of him. Unfortunately I am
not sitting in the press box at
Lord’s, but have a position in the
bress annexed which is broadside
on ww the wicket. However I am
not afraid to apologise to Prior
and I gladly correct the report.
One happier note for England
to-day was Reg Simpson’s per-
formance at Trent Bridge, The
Notts star, out of this Test because
of an injured foot, hit 248 not out
ogainst Worcestershire — the
highest score he has ever made
ow we look forward to the

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FRIDAY. JUST. JO. n> W.I. Federation Not Practical Just Now — Says Chamber Of Commerce A C i >MMIYTEE appointed by the Council %  '' U I I Commerce to consider the Report of the British Caribbean Standing Closer Association CoOMBftti ration reported at yesterday's Special & "IK that generally speaking, they were of the opinion that %  Mention must come to the West Indies eventualK Tl. v w. re not. however, convinced by the report, tlial thl t m itMf practical ur advisable at present. Tiie COUnou adopted the Hepoit BARBADOS ftDVOCAK £W A luiilfi'-iiic t:t ihr In. i. k .alribr ui CMHMH v Mtit-I EM SU.ijtVt 'il r Irani Jul> ] to I] HI Tuinou i, KIM th .!.-leii>l> ol tntItx-ai O.amb*, ni] ue Mr. H A. C Thomas aru. .Mr. G U byfMe. Mi inniss who w... unairman ot lh Commit.t*s %  \, .. thai : %  . %  > %  had not had more tuna L*iorreportiiig Tin-i. .; ether details lh.it they would have l.ktxl to so further ink For ...... reason he hoped that the committee would t>e able to have another meeting before it.* dab %  -.>. il • e ui tan %  %  i i Knifrai tiuciui> a* outlined In the Rej %  %  %  %  'tuiiUires which air likely to I*Inctinyd DM -i ueri>r\KrritF fc-haaaer B#flrv*kl N i %  i.T I M V i SrltoMier IM, Nori,*.,. I I • NM. loc noa.in.ra f. Smith. ST T'lnldiM, In Touch With Barbados Coast Station %  I llt-tri* i i>. ktaraa NYLON STOCKINGS &f 51 GUAGE All New Shades &f •2.13 nil thll mallei j\ • . zLsittJSLSR . Mule ol tile nubile llll-IKA'. H f0r -t„ .mfti.%  !" .,ll in feet attrlESSSa to otter „ ";,, "~!?,,. "T, !" oSS iuclol llifeii -o> U.MV nicrvue rl .hei ftr ar MlnM Ftjl-. -,|..... in the uxabla c.pMlly ol the i, „ ,,rr ,r f;.n ,,;^ ,U !" I',,.-,, laetor, inelud. „,,,', a ^ SXi. "u?h LTc^ioL ... ..,• voniuaralivelv >,„h ^.io,^ Nnlne.tion ," P,,bl,75eT%  MCM '..U W; prevailing .,., vir ^, „,. „„ „,., a „ ,^ „„„ me .xporti ol tneregkai. andif. ... ,, ,,,,., ,,.,„ rnlerillen Will su.h otnur sources ot MM ,,,,„. ,„ u ,. n tnWl [hlMB ol m.ome M wartime ,-p.-n,nt ,. mi ,„„,„,. lMv brou nt lt0 '" "' MI'> %  •'."" %  oeinj ii n rattitt %  rmd mem and the tinted Slate,„.„ „ veo pox-ibility thai it l.ovrmment. Tne. income, .re nm} „,, fo wan 3 -^^M lefleetrd in higliet direct tax., r ,p.r.i|on. underntandliut and a tinn> ill Hie ..SK.II ItlMI, and [ ac |( „, „ ublll „ lpuor Indepenoi nee 1'he DIM vital quesllnn in .-on which, ..i IHSNUI hmli in..-. BC .d vaioiem Cuttcma .'.•H-lion wilii this whole matU'r of ,. II., rSHTlan's exuurts could ucs,l . 1 ^ rai*d by the tloset :.";,. SS .,:: SToK fSnS. •"'"•^ %  i, ": -'" "•'" su, t.l tti. n-KU'ii .i.i Whole r.inii ura not wanUsti In the world al large thai K^o?i^Sr^T,aitti*2SJ?S.V l SS "" ;,rr M ,". y R ep'"or ,h D i n.eiit ihi-t political independence CsU Q be reached through the economic stability ami solvmc* %  he mS ^hU it. "' ""• '"" ^ ur Comm.nee "Entered By The Window' A CASE brought lv Charle> Pilgrim chaiging Lilian Smith of St Michael with wounding him with g knife on June 13 was dismissed yesterday without piejudice by His Worship Mi r L Walwyn Lilian Smith was represented by Mr. Dr One of the witnesses for the prosecution Golbourne Lynch said on June 15 tie accviiipi>|et Charles Pilgrim to Brandon Beach and went to n house there In By The Window Pilgrim said he was going to levy on n man name Maxwell and he wanted him to help him to do so. Pilgrim on reaching the house knocked on the door but received no reply from within and entered hy a window at the side of the house When he entered the house he SAW a woman sitting in n chnii sticking rnne Pilgrim Uk*d h*f it afce kii<-w where Maxwell hud tone and she said no e*.tn%  %  Whooping West Indians Overrun Majestic Lord's Lord Kitchener Leads The Way I From Our OWn ('nrrrsprnidritt) LORDS, Ju %  ACROSS 'his sacred sward of cricket when i KagUgh wicket had fallen to the WtM [ndUts wapl wiW n .lou-inn crowds. Leading them was 'li\-mvi i> i.-k luted CalypM MI)K*'| "Lord K)lchenr" itight round the ground ha went knlta IfMai in nan in an Alman war ilaiice all in It:i I MOW tilM rQtCtV with a khuki Kmimg 'H\|< %  %  a KV, taah „vrihis bright blue shirt Indian crick,then%  ^ %  lift .1. SH I <>K|* n.lifi M "S tijiu-i*i aa AIMQU*. .. • .Kniiim a.s *lbPllr I .>. R. |5 ril ArrmrI 4. bUNM M Ttwhaa Tayksr, SEAWELL MM I H..1M AxlhiHf %  Byann MB4 MM Ka> iMtAfl IMP MJ CMU e." : •lfiilli|. CyathM i>.. M.i though there aWm> u> expect a ittsastroui Blump. Should there be in important lecession the eonselor th cecononiy of the region would be serious, unless ttep* were taken to mitigate them bj l pOClal arnngtmants with His Majesty's (iuvemmant Vour Committee has grave doubts that the present fairly satisfactory state of the (.nanS/ii %  .„„ __. j.# tl^A ivAni. milt lv*% AHJiitotMjl ailit UMlr knowlf^lge of We.t Indian conditiuns. that such a state of rtralrs is llkrlv to be attained In tre Kintai which ht Mrunimed wildly -!>• yu see ih.it patch of mavlng over there?' said a cricket wit. "That a W. < %  Grace turning In hl graee." Wild looking We-t Indians in BwagaUWM, scarlet jockey caps, or gfti i thai vii ion • v.-i England yelled "We want to go to Au-trnlia." A sobcrsided M.C.C official said •It's unlikely—in (act it isn'l possible, but 1 would not Ilka TH bel on either side if they did.'" All thn ugh %  i II I W< indions had been ga\herinai streogth and ..nginality in then fl.ev built UP 'heir own steel v "> oi six |eepa containing band-lhe nat.ve .mis,, that reNpondcis and cd stall %  tartad Ui Tunidad with rhythm— Thara was t. spadal is Africans .beoung out ,. Thc _, ' v ''", """ l l '*"P*"K time on dustbin lids. Calypaoman Ihtoiigh pad. fields were lined 1.1.1 Kitchener was hard al ,'iiiginv impromptu words _< % %  ,.... began cheering and clapping i h., P e m Was* lalninr an sl* I^nyloads of green clad soldiers r. .M la* nu.Mnr* .t itie Wi wearing American tQUlpmcfil and v .'"ill. -. !" .ik. ..... -f American or Japanese helmets. *Crj cheered vociferously *.. iaB*Saaafe| t.-u.: i-• a* _ft eater ..,,( HthaUi %  ',.' %  'ti.iKgling aoutli i.V.. Bt.: M ilfM of u FROM #! \ Oltl SS BROAD STREET .w#o#w; i %  Noaan <*.i~ n Hat) >!•> Normtti Itomai i.r s.i.l Aria I in Shr|>l.nl. it— aaUtaa llh..r \l.lh> Dr.ii PMt a -.!.*-. %  .l ". -PH.n u r.s-tp.'it "'*"V **i ">ai wiuie wf *; *' sEBanr ^"55nsB. t nil.-r.-^tiin;.i. ii wc consider to be unsatlifactorY Furthermore, your Committee and impractical. Gomes Corrects Webb's Statements # from page 1 Witt the West Indian cricketers. Gomes declared. I hope that the Governments of West Indie* will be suffirlentl> inuxlnalive to realize the imI. i i in. r of the occasion and Watt give the people a public holiday so they can expreas their leellncs fully Sugar delegate* are overjoyed at the victory Tomorrow morning the delegation wll| pay a coin'* on the crickelers at their hotel Next Tufeadaj UM House of Lords will debate the reconii:ti.i:.i'i"n ol the Standing Closer Committee on Caribbean Federation Some members of the B.W.I, delegation hope to attend DuscussiiiK Federation. the ItsuHng arucla In The Times Supplement on British colonies dealing mainly with thWest Indies — published todav says "an observer of sugar negotiations cnirlni the psaV 1 '.' ' i .i|" Ifie .1 %  :,i|i.I, Ihai the West Indians have been in the conduct of their case because of faulty coCareenage Had A Busy Day THE Careenage was full of Ufa" yesterday, with -schooner* and motor vessels loaoing and discharging various co.uinodlti"K of West Indian produce. Far up the Careenage were schooners being relieved of their cargoes of rice, firewood and charcoal while towards the Careenage's mouth were schooners Mary E. Caroline Turile Dove, Lad* Zoilern and the motor vessel I "Cartbbec" which brought mixed cargoes yesterday Schooner Marp E. Caroline.' brought 1.000 cocoanuts and a quantity of fresh fruit from DOtnlnlca Whlla the CarlUUee. also rMM Dominica, brought supplis* i of eschalot, copra, cabbages an* mauby bark The Schooners Turtle Done and i Zoifeea were from British Guiana and Trinidad respect'velv They brought charcoal, firewood edible nil and footwear ordmatinp imchinery Hue .^ a matter in which ihe West Indies clearly have th. sclution 'n their own hands b> uniting in a federal dominion. While helping Pilgrim to carry out some iunutuic out oi the house he heard Pilgrim said chat the woman had hit him and or looking back he saw Smith with a knife in her hand, and rushed to her and took the knife from her He did not know if that was ihe first blow oi the second that Pilgrim had received from her Didn't Punch Later Pilgrim told him that he was bleeding from n cut I Smith in her evidence said that she never punched him with the knife but that Pilgrim M.1 nmii,im. • %  . 1...-1111. -f gBuaBsaala ...i Vaassakks. Drums, maracas and rattles hvve OtaMs to Lord's one en thusiast acraped away on a cheese grater with a caWtBfl sotllted Ml ShS i' i-ted and Kiev both tell to Ihe ground %  -\amined lv Mi 1 > U ;ibout the number < %  ( tin ss bo wgs slabbed wiltt the knife. PUgtim said that he could not .say exactly, but he knew he was %  tabbed many times. He only knew he was cut when he felt the second blow burning his body Drive To Purge I .B. in Britain BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. NOTICE LONDON, Ii II A move t %  %  pttfjpt Wbaecuioaii from all Ituiish milklnic hardl %  in 11 ,. on Octobei i The Oov< rnmenl lo-ila> annoUMVi %  < I Bfltwagogat witi, Bri to clean up then herds, County by Count. | a bonus of I'.' .i bend for tour .vtM.ii uDd uiiuthrr t\ RN NSW 1 towards the costs. In Denmark liovuui losis has been rachictd %  3d per cent, to less ihui one t %  cent in 15 years h> the BjCtsDn 'I !..i — Ileulr Wall Aillia, I-I i Hti %  • ai a •• i Fot Snllfi. eak e s*. Waliei itst. -i t ricHri Wal %  i !" %  ii. i-i. i M M im nvt,i ..... '"' lit JIV I, il-t n Wlllre.1 i.ii. aMaS W %  %  • | HA,. Exhibitions To U.C.W.i. I'-rfspiMiU'llC t;i:*iH(;FTO\VN" Ihe .lUthiilltlelit the UhlVI r-i'. College of ihe West Indies hv %  wardad the find four exhibition' From the Kxhll.iUtiM Funl rercntl artnbllahad by the I Council for Hie beneil! i.f ( ; |c 'he ftiihiwing candldat* hr Will be attflutd tO eider the Uni I MIMIV III October. 1950 Donald 1 Luch and Patrick Dial (Central High School), Norma W"-.-Minr (Bishop, High School for (llrlsi. i I iioud Newman (St Stan. IslBUa Jesuit Collegel Hlood Gift tiKHRGKTOw N The Directu ol M< III il kwi vices ha* racaaved H) Blwl liottlsM. 100 Taking Sew. and U ArtmlnlsTrstton Sets rmtn the ( snadlan Rail Cross Blood TVanaliisioii Set vice His Excellencv the CoViin has written to the National Direr lor of the Canadian Servne. thanking the i>rgnni-aii m contain* Imm. to change .\. Hi. HaattfactaNn hjvr .].-. i.i.'i that nrgaln to I.UT Fnellifi ran no lonerr br dela>rd. the rnma.nl haa In ir'i'aaenre had In .ul Ihl. rienrrallne Sel (tM KW.I nat ot ...irmlMlon and. ... In. lo iti.cki-ii.,11 ol atandbr Plant now available a. a result may hnd II nl i l— a ry lo the* load al Interval* durine the ne^t lew mnnlhn. Our CiaMianon ire a*ked In o-operalv h. 'VrerHlnr Ihe ulmust rioiioiii. Ill the utr of Fleetrlrltv. parlirulailv duriue ihe Peak neilod between C.3. and HI am anul farther natke ANNOUNCES OUR — MID-YEAR OFFER — OF VALUES FOR THE FAMILY. SEE OUR CENTRE SHOW WINDOW — CHOCK—FULL OF WORTHWHILE BARGAINS — THAT ARE WORTH TAKING ADVANTAGE OF — TO MENTION A FEW— Flowd Gec.rf.tl*2.1B yd. NOW—11.00 yd. Flowered Art Silk Emboaaed Orgamn Peter Pan Mualin Miami Linen 2.16 2.36 I If. 1.08 — 1.00 — l.<44 — .84 — .90 IT'S LIKE BUYING SOVEREIGNS— FOR A PENNY FOGAMTVS Wm. FOGARTY LTD. ilnt I. Urnnh Guiana) : %  : Kl.-elncnl Baft 0KM1NO TO-lMY, AM :niTH At The KOXY THEATRE HOW IS YOUR RADIO ssssfsTiTTrtT" Is it noisy, .osm.; Volume, i'oor Rvcvptlosii Cracklmi" noises ur nut ii urdcr '! 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PACK rOl'R HAKBAIIOS ADVOCATL i-1:111 v\ ii s MRBADQS AW'OGATE I Iff tV> l"iM O* %  * %  I PlMur, Jtme M, ISM Vlt TOIIV VI IOIIHS A NLVY and glowing page in the history of Wcvl Indian cricket was writt%  day when the West Indie* team A England at I-ord\. It was not only the Ural time that a West Indies team I a test match in England, but the victory itself proved beyond any doubt that the West Indies cricket had come to that full stature expected In ill <>lden Jubilee year. It was in 1900 that the first West Indies team visited England, and twertl years later—in 192H the Weal Indlt accorded Test Status. Since that time OUI cricketers have struggled valiantly but vainly to win %  test gafe* ll England. They have triumphed over English teams in the West Indies on two occasions, winning the series in 1935, and again in 194H. Yesterday a fondly cherished ho|x* was realised, and the day will be forever re corded as a red letter one, as long as cricket remains the national game of the British Empire It was a stern struggle from sti.rt to finish, and even in defeat En. la hanced her great tradition for dogged determination and fighting to the v\ To have defeated England at home for the first time is a worthy enough feat, but to have done so at Lord's, rightly regarded as the Mecca of the game of cricket is an added laurel. To play at Lord'* Bald DM famous cricketer is like visiting a vast Cathedral in which is enshrined only the noblest and best of all the ages. And yestcrdav the West Indies added its quota to this shrine A further cause for deep ntlffacttori among those who follow the game closely in these parts is the fact that the architects of the West Indies victory were slow spin bowlers. Right from their entry into the bigger arena of the game speed was the strong point of their bowling attack. Names like Griffith. Martindale. George John. Francis, Constantino, spring readily to the mind, and are indelibly interwoven in the history of the game. With the advent of top class spin bowlers the West Indies are rapidly consolidating their position .is , world cricketing power. The climb upward has been long and arduous from the dismal days 22 yean when England trounced the West Indies new comers to Test Cricket by an innings in each of. the three day tests. Then in 1930. the M.C.C. Team visited the West Indies And the homesters won their first Test Match against England at Georgetown. The West Indies were again in England in 1933 and they were again decisively defeated m two Tests while one was drawn. England eaine to the Weat Indies in 19.*.'.. and the home team won the Test Rubber; but back in England four years later victory again eluded them. In this Bfigland won one and two games were drawn. Two years afaatha Watt Indies beat England in the West Indies winning at Georgetown and Jamaica Now they have won at Lord's. To-u..\ evn> Wea| Indian, at home or abroad is justifiably proud of the achievement, and will wish them even greater success in this Golden Jubilee of West Indian Cricket. OIK 111-:.% HI. IIS SAY : 4 aiiailiaii—%\V*l Indian %  an export? Brtttati Colonial In n area Is of great concern to Canadian* jnd WHI Indian*, one %  iRht ot the posii lb ,. sport* la DM *t,i|Md $65 II int ihe posts* b i Isnad from SS2 I 1H4T to M3 million in HHH The comparison of these i-iliemei l a startling but the shock IWd if the 1919 figure of &43 million in compared with the 1 |I1H million during the period ris to Canada from measures **> %  • *"* * fla,d to "T same limittAnother (tatuM ^ntubuting to tural prodK. I. nc in Canadian exports to | (1 the war During the war exBjrlUah WaM todlSg habai xport volumes were deIha decline in general business vetoped in respevr kaxfl mulling from the cessation ol rum JS those re%  he operation of Army. In IWT l**re was need tor U* Lativfl organizations in Canada are passing resolution) atr a ii> i n following nre s%  > %  i-Wf I is tradition.! In II.I tian ROLL OVER. CHARLIE' ff Freda tfraaII* Frank Onen AS the aun iJ sinKinj; 1 ant standing in the SpaniardInn. Hampstcad. (There they claim that Dick Turpin ilppped, DO! slept, on ins tide on Black Bess tu York. TV %  aJ a] U %  %  -.. < In ,ii North Road tbougk in fact Diek never did ride to York and there never was a ttlack Bess.) Well with me is an argumentative Australian ch;.r-cter. And Karl (Charlie 'o yuul \. ii\ ..nder discir. Says he arrogantly (for I am undoubtedly ling the oetter of this argument). "Well, whan "• 'iie gu> buried, anyway?" Meaning not Dick, but Charlie. I do not know the answer. I have to admit this reli:vlantly. Because this darned c< iubl* lha< menu between these eountne have esdtted for more thari llfty yoora. The disrii,uanebl" , r.""*i i i_ • %  i %  -: ven to view. i< i the Nat '. --, L NOW, thuunh it is only Opening tune at the jcoporo.. -oeable'Spaniards, it is verv close upon Closing time sarnea sana oitaca :?> %  • w: , Indies e dnsidct fo a* the i-enieter> That is. 6 p.m. tor4Jtv H.'w fv.i we quickly tind a tine chap called M: HaroU Cotton. Harold is a gardener. He arranges us an extension i D. v. SCOTT TO-bAY!S SPfiCIAiS a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE Usual;, str.v Tins Carr's Celery M a t Will *l-57 $1.35 .* loatSBi Like almost everyone else in Britain, Horbooaa tavvj to bur most of •••< — rnWl prodwekB in >• and le* acold has been a serving man. At 16 he was a I soldier in the Bait York! in World Wat I He Urlorea bases throu.t : : s "n* jtit that an ;nd*es u, aujuii UMI ,s. v**naJ oappbed the vital volunteered just in time for one of our r*st f:.^tor so far as the Wl Indie* advene balance rtreaatttM* ft* :b* West Indie-* is .-oncerned ha t been the resumpmillion out ol a total trade ol duram* the Last war and pro•ouiist travel Whieb has SU5i million) with Canada. For vided • substantial lft of boon stimulated by Canadian curthis mason and because money is mutual al.' flour nniv teotrktlona againat plaaaara the root of evil in world trade travel in the United Stales and today, there was undoubtedly (B) CoodwUl also the more favourable rote of fame good in a lessenm,: •houkt be ii... ad not on pw s but for the time of ronosjotiaQon of the kfto Servuv II for possible periods of international lUMrtUemeaL 7 i CuUurall..-. i n n u in e r a b I Canadian*, holiday in the We 1 i' and In revet i are four hundred We*l Indian In Canadian Universities. ba •id thai exchanite stOCa tindi-valnalion of expenditures by the Brlu*h Weal Sterling iBCUaB OB Canadian t i I many years prior to the war the Hie rapid expanaion of Can ada's British Wesl \mu<>* had a small export trade with the British West favourable balance of ir.itIndies was largely UM raaillt "f Canada. Duium and SSB) i fortuitous I'lrfiimst.-inces. When | a st war Canada'* favourable sotting %  export objective for balances increased from yoar to the future, the Canadian exporter year. The rapidity nf the recent should take Into consideration his readjustment and its attendant i it-war volume Of buatnasa hardships to the Canadian exporter One spoki In thnt territory. An example in an( j importers in the British West even as Uie tinted Kingdoi roveras ll ihr run trade <.t the i IK ii Ca u sharply revealed Xy the for certain reasons buy apples, Britten West Indies nrwl British actual sUtlstics With an average and bacon from Canada while ihe Guiana with Canada which due total trade of $110 millions UM Waal Indus cannot then, lor carlo the unavailability of com. British West Indies within two tain other reasons the West Indian., petttlvo II l i M anded beyond years transformed an udversc should be permitted to buy from all expectations. But since the balance of trade with Canada of Canada more than other llnlish war exports of rum to Canada $48 millions In 1B47 to a favour. Colonies not dawn* such close bava fallen off sharply „ble balance of $19 nullioiu la commercial ties with a dolla The Canadian manufacture. IMB our <* f ^P^with a production schedul maintain and the Canadian exportar anxious to keep open established channel %  • real uport 1 hilut Canadian exports to the htilish West Indi Canada has a greater per 1 api, 1 During the war tlni. was much forelfU trade t$45u> than any talk at high level or the toning ol t-ther country In the world. A Irade channel* after the war and Is of trade, naturally hl „ nincanl lv ^ un u | this trade, tins augured well fur Canadian. urictive regulations rowcvrrt i% lhal about 70 % is with West Indian trade. While it re, which pro. m e United States. M% of Canada's natural after a world conflict P 01 5 to ', total exports during the first expect a period ot trade unsetlleire intolerable quarler 0 lvso wcnt u, ( | 10 United nent. it 1, felt by many that mo (in,. n| ihe foremoat nhjeetlvn Of s u;cs of lnlore t !o lh ,. tCHI „i, K - can be done by those at the neLn the Oollar Sterling Trade Board m ^ SwUng area „ „, c 1BM) lo r | ahl u, e ,„„ urH | course %  Anglo-Canadian Trade t „. nrt whlch ^veau u^,, „|,huuul> Canadian-West Indian trad i on nit-; 11 # 1//// PC t*rUI 4413. 4472 £ 4<" BtCKWITH SIOKKS 1 OOtnlttM Can.dn, i, lo pu. Can d .., ,„,., CXI „„„ ,| ur i na ihr Those on the bricl,e are likely lo rcroB1 to ine ran* •M nie 01 IM Binr mo „, hll declined by 2TT, encounter heavy sea. il tey do Canadian Imsinevmrn Ihe reason. eiporu 10 ihe BtarUnl UM not make adeiiuale allowance lor lor controls Ihe neeesslly to buy ^„.| lnM M% B> ,„,,„„ rc5 ,„ r ,„ e >lror ,„ undercurrent, uniting more 1mm the Merlin* area so me on> and <(|1O1I Iy „ cnls „i„,i ,i,„ e countries which enjoy the mm may nave more h>r<1 „,,„„„. ,, ,„ ,,„,,,„, tradlni! advanloiics ol collars lo liuy more Canadian |iro(M f clUutcd | m p 0 ^,u„„ i,,,,,, the>,co|!raphliul prxi,nity with eomrlucu and nenerally. MMpUnca ol 1|||t a ,ihoul, there plemenUnry productivity Ihe onu leiin view. TheM'ornani.t,t*^i ,„„„.,. „, Isatlons are comprised of top J been # J'" l > TJ L R STOLLMEYER. E*q.. flight representatives of industry, imports from the United Kingdom TriMle commissioner for the British West Indies, British finance, transportation, agriculture during the post-war years, v t the and signintanttv. the prOH Supfigures for the first quarter of 19&0 ported bv advisorjcommittees. •*,<* balances in favour ot i. uada tivelv engaffd in studywith the United Kingdom $62.7 Guiana and The Bahamas, 37 Board of Trade Bldg. Montreal, Que. They're Sea reel Of A I loom UVIIIIt IIIKM MUP. l.o hm ju< ..IU.IH.I from \\ rst \frir;i. r*ports on I Inrnrou rsslsaiiT. nhfra* prs|Mril miitlif nsfini piril THE mala problem of all govtois suddon heavy new pud of the I-rly the white-collared section in eminent* nowadays (so fast do cocoa -growers ms And these are always events crowd upon us) is to keep There are also the political the detonators ol high explosive. one Jump ahod of trouble '.angers — the lorry of the BtsM These events, moreover, do not For the great colonial empires suddenly accelerating might skid bike place in some hole and corner. the pace has become the red mud that makes the They in ught in ihe mid-stage cocoa. of the world. In the Gold Coast the Go .-IT IThere are plenty of spectators one HSM he-.<. It U This Is no imaginary peril. It —not all of them friendly. You •• jump, but it i* .'.head, happened, only two years ago. C an read in Pravda any morning Nowadays, that means a lot when there were riots, bloodshed exhortation* to what is called llata problem in the and looting. Nationalism al< n .m movement*" in any Gold I ot %  very unusual Is a formidable fm .f the wuild except, of %  I ,... | Ism S ,nes. nationalitm courat, in the Soviet Union. rim a boom. Not with and inflation are high explosive i was going through a school of a slump With a boom. Whir. vast omattk actanca in Accra when will turn a rueful snide when I I suddenly >.iw, a new and elaborate ]Hrr. Hlrafesse* ,,,|i >' ou w.>.t touched it < rwasiecti A yet eo nn actad iOXtliATi I.ATIOX* T tu Smtor, Tiie Aatooeafe, SIR. Allow me u> to say "Wnil done" l< our cricketing boys, and to assure them that always, whatever the final outcome, we are proud of their achievement By winning the !eT match to-d not only "bearded the lion In his den" as the English s:.%. but they have also -twisted his tail". But he is a grand old lion, ind he fought nil the wgg alUMMagb ha n uat I were numbered Congratulations to both victor a It might be a far cry from cricket to sugar—or is it?—but I wonder it this victor? over the English will help the Wi ..resent sugar fight? Everything In the wi depends on sugar. Is one of the slogans of the Agl Evn cricket 1 would add be* u s UM bat ivakh many of our ladi firs! used was ; xug.n and the ball i %  Sir. you must at some time haVfl heard ot *.he' phrase—"A rotten cane and a lime It iIndeed a considerable dlstanc* from .. rough and-ready game in the Improvised baU and ball lo l/nrt over England But the West Indi< cd that distance, and to-d.i. 'i.. ,,n outplay sometimes, the people who taught them the game. I hope the English players i Ii ' But they require Nor en you readily ocThere are more goods to-dav '"boor • "* l1 od ildUed men celerate inoduction. A tree takes a ut tr ,e housewives' reaction relo •" nd A tne e peopt -to bring into bearing. m ains the same. The goods are squeexed — possibly squeezed out the ; (oblem in a nuttoo at „ m If doub ie the atone] I shell—oi if you will in a cocoa po ure d into the pockets ol the i-, %  ,e.ii ..-id ihe year be. „.„^ psnducert, goods will fere the producers receipts ,u dearer retreat5 "Blimey '" ha nyg, "we wer.' nuisHatrnl." But when World War II, came around Harold volunteered again. "Git ant of it." they said. "Ain't ymi "ad enough?" "Naow!" said Harold. So they put him In the A.R.P. "It was worse than the Western Front." says Harold. To net on. Harold used lo be a stonemason, but lifting gravestones was no good for his heart. So now he looks after them. And among the gravestones is that of Charlie Marx. Now, unlike most of the members of the Socialist Party, I have really read Charlie Not only seen his tomb, but read his tome. "Das Kapital." With much of what he said I agree. He foresaw most things that havt happened in our modern world. True he didn't foresee Hitlei OS 1 Stalin, a worse oversight. When Charlie was not sponging upon Kngels. the Manchester business man, he was living upon the credit of his wife, the Rhenish aristocrat, Jennie von Westphalen, who put up with all his nonsense because she. unaccountably, loved the brute. So, also unaccountably, do quite a fair number of others. "Why, rich people come here in big cars," says Harold. "It's the only grave round about where any flowers are. [It's true : roses grow i upon it. i A Negro came here the other day.. a giant of a man with a wonderful voice. He sat down, and I went away. When I came back, dammit, he had fallen nsleep. I thought he was dead too. "Then there was a beautiful woman. She came, and stood some way off. She put down some flowers and went away." "And do most of your visitors come here to ; see the grave of Charlie Marx?" I inquire of our observant gardener. "Oh. no," says Harold. "We've got a chap up the hill called Egg, and next but one to him is a boy called Bacon. And what's more, just round the corner is a man called Harnm. The public would rather have that than a! I the old stuff about Charlie Marx." Not only at Highgate. They're doing their best to forget about Charlie at Westminster, too. Pint, there is Herbert Morrison, deputy leader of the Socialist Party. Our 'Erb is busy alternately whacking and wooing the Liberal voters. There is no Liberal electoral percentage to be collected from boosting 'lie opinions of the late Charlie. Next, there is Morgan Phillips, secretary of the Socialist Party. Morgan used to be assistant to a Chinese illusionist, but neither is he taking over the illusions of Charlie. "We are Methodists, not Marxists." says Morgan So Nye, the Samson of the Left, has submitted to a haircut. Roll over. Charlie. tendon Express Service WSAVtm mutes DANISH CHICKF.N :-Kf'Til i-. pet Tin S DANISH < HUCKEN BROTH (Si DANISH HAM SAUSAGI 111 .. DANISH V1KNNA BAUSAGI DANISH LIVER PASTE AI'STRAUAN ASPARAGUS SOI 1' EASTPACK BEEF -. HEINZ MANGO CffUTNSV HEINZ TOMATO KKTC HUP .... DUTCH STRING BEANS ..., pet Tin 3flc. & DUTCH CABBAGE per Tin RED COW CONDENSED MILK $n Oi PER CASF —if prices rise. \ the 11 ions averaged some C27 millions They put to reserve, Itixird. of pounds more £10 millions at the minimum Th.it was three times as much as they were getting in a good year before the war. *ili require a great effort of K '* 1 %  rcsnlsatlon. a great effort mutual understanding between adrrevlously. of con me. it *a* imm inistrator s and peasant fanners, ported goods which were too dear, i^,^,, government officials and I'.ut home-produced .-i f these troubl. now the a „, 0 ^ -VPrtcd It w ,u a i BO „. iiuire vlunro.is government." £'* i-luffs in particular luef goods to list. Si|ii..*..l amount of produ In this the people will require to take a most active part. The Bui mis year the world price An undue amount of produc. new constitution arising out of tag or cocoa is oMible What it %  > tive power is going into the all-African CmiMey Report, throws last year, and hard a< iron at that, enormously remunerative cocoa i'lniost the whole responiibillty /or J the producer is lookcrop. As the price rise-, n : Hairs on iug for a higher return correspondgo >.'-ii legislature These are some .: how mueh higher? And the r-m-coeoa producers f the problems it will have to Mi.n does not live lv chocolate —nd they are three-quarters of face. alone: and man on Ihe Gold Coast Ihe people — are lotting into a It i" a great challenge. Is no exception to this rule There good central position between the WORLD COPY WRIGHT arc all the other economic activities epper and the nether mills? RESERVED of a big country to key In with Particularly the towns. Particu. — I V *• STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO. LTD. fur 'Th*> eit'ntlvntvn A S.innll Shipment "I : GENTS RAINCOATS By t HAS. McDiTOSH -l.V .VOW HOUSEWIVES MOSQUITO NETTING '. a HIK" wttk ALSO READS .MADi: MOSOUnO NETS for Sinyle and DuubL' Beds DA COSTA & Co.. LTD. DKPARTMENT si HI. i 'i. MI-: To fhe Edifor. The Adroraiv. SIR. Jj-jmit me to voice a little sentiment which i Wei is for the greatest cause to-day. The greut name of that Apostle uf Paaco, Mahatma Gandhi is heard so little and so far between these days that W,1qrievei one he.iir. .* reads of It, as I did in your Evening Advocate oi the I9tn fast, it came as nectar Tor a thirst, soil. The world renown Professor Einstein's clarli-n call on nations possessing Atom Bombs and othei annihilating weapons to surrender them to supr.iNational Authority is not at all untimely. "The Armament race" he says "is the worse method to prevent an open conflict". "Mahatma Gandh. views, were the most enlightened of all the Polit cal men or our time* We should >\\w> things in his spirit." How true and how rich these words are; But I wonder how many political leaders of various nations to-day give weight to such words of wisdom and noble thoughts. I have yet to sec a leader of any nation or country follow In the footcteps of that noble soul in words and deeds. Gandhi didn't belong to any particular nation or any particular people. He belonged lo all nauotl and all people, ever making sacrifice* m Ifao ca %  of peace and love between mankind and died upholding the torch of truth and Ahmsa (nonviolence). Like the Lord Jesus Christ who died f "i His belief in truth ami love for maiikm also gave his lite in the same nol :. fore there can be no doubt that even if he is forgotten for a few years or even a few centuries like the Lord Jesus Christ, one day the name of Mahatma Gandhi will be remembered, ever more, by the whole world, wherever truth and deceniv prevail and Peace and brotherly love yearned for Let ihi Leaders of the United Nations pay heed lo his higl L.leals in tune. It's still not too late n A. THAN I Kashmere Bazaar, P.O. Box t, City ConqAatA UJBAI 9ndm!! •I oni.s ;,i Lord • WINNING A TEST CALLS FOR KUM AT ITS BEST OF COURSE GODDARD'S GOLD BRAID RUM.



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Friday .1 ••••.Ill III .TO Bm*bajb00 luwcate IIVK CINTS ENGLAND LICKED AT LORD'S S. Koreans Hold 55-Mile Line TOKYO. Juno |. 'pill, sunil ROWANS are nou tiuldmu Ho* rttfllllU 5.'t mill", around the Hat street nnin th.China Sea M the junction 'vi Amerh.m ..n Mttpon i was learned on highest aa i %  %  ill ti.i ni.i. had been n MacArthur Flies To Korea *> KOI Mar t ARTMV TOKYO. General Douglas Mat-Arthur. ni|u.-i irom Qeueral MacArihi to-day flew To Korea, in n dramj U air Amrrlmn combat trnnit bid to nuikr flrsi 'hand | in Korrj The on strategic appraisal or the nteeatary to stem ihr Corrtrnunlsi onrush from :he Noun The situation (n.s iii.il.;. pai Ih March, lts2. when h. il. fretl Cola an in Ihr Philippine* in nrranise tht ilil.i.i % %  ..i V %  '. ,'.i against the Japancs.Shnrlly after Seoul Ml yest.rday, Ceneral M.ic Arthur summoned Ihree Americ.in nawi i-ntney representative* and myself ting, the British trallan Press, to a secret confai enee at his headquarters in Tokyo The 70-year-old General's eye sparkled He said "I'll give it to you straight—I am flying to Korea to-mouov. f.n ,i two-day i oit tn help restore motale and i take evaluation.. Outlining his pln for the trip, the General convened to the coricspondents something, of the dos-' I oration of the MiuaUon in Korea. "My plane will be unarmed, there will be no fighter umbrella, and we. are not certain If the landing fields will have anyone to guide us Bui I am going in". General MaeArthnr said he did not want to dissuade correspondents who wanted to accompany him. nni 'his was an unusually hazardous rliuhl I don't doubt your courage, bul I want to give vour judgement i chance he said. The General's lemeanour was confident, and he %  ( viouslv was enjoying the reversion to military .ummand from the role of American "Mikado" in Japan. Asked whether it was wise for him to run any risks at this tune, he replied "for 50 years they had been thinking 1 can't take care of myself, but I always have." General Ma,Aiihui\ aide njid personal pilot. MaJoi Anthony Story arranged for #• armlng'of the whole party. Shortly alter dlwn. the (liver painted foui engdnbd "Bataan 1 thundered of! liana* runway, her exact destination unknown agu %  depending on Hie battb lion". Correspondents bellcvi General MacArthur will have three big decisions to inak bid to save Koroa. Firstly he must decide whether it will be neceisarv to lard American troops on Bag Ko gaj| peninsula to hurl the t'ommiiust l.ivaders back lo the 38th'parallel Secondly, he must find out what South Korean forces remSli oelay the northei n advance, and thirdly determine A her,, a llrm holding line can be established to nahlf the necessaiv iMfimptan and buildup of troops Trie South Korean army ryid troOpe. bul *ulTered defeat beCBUa* Jacked aircraft and warshlor. American ground %  hll h |m IH-. ir % %  .). %  -! IN r.. .mi, DJJ a ill units offlcialhen any decision to us.Amarltioop in action v e made with ttw he United States Gove An %  Uli f.o ii Ken a wera eperl lo be threi killed and twelve n.;ssing. Ther. no report of ,iuy Aineric.n having been w ownctad i tfirec Americans <.. | Im4f Rv rvhen t B 26 en^heri Into tt" irean at j>roachiin; ii~ i Japan .iftei u toitia over Ki* ( -., Milit.roffid/ils here wen tieartenad to-da} by n p wctrUtCi over the haltle Hnr *ai. imprm*ln They said It would l>e favour able for close air suopoit and should help the South Korea t ground troop* in cqulpp'nf ant rrplenlsHna thrtr supply ngai nri' TO KBTAKt: n>n \ United States An mid Na\ a Forces bombarded North KnRai forces and invasion base* n' South Korea to-dy and Soutl Korean Defence Troops launchee attack to retake Kimpo town and airfield, a communique fron; General Douglas MacAlthufa headquarters here announced The communique said B3B bombers raided Klmpo and tna ilrilelri in a wftening up operaion before South Korean troops itarted their push American FM fighters on strafing missions destroyed trucks and locomotives Two beach landings consolidated to a depth of a few miles by North Koreans between Chunelion and Samchok were shelled by United State* naval gunners. who concentrated attach on BamebOCk and naval and r mn '' unta in the area Results were obscured hy poor eWbihtv General Douglas IffCArUgJ flew back io Japan tonight afwr a lirst-hand survev of the battle iituation in South Korea amid reports thai North Korean *P<' r ; heads would aaanlt Yto Jggg hcadouaiters at Suwon in the nexi few hours. f Communist armour Wju only? mlhM from the walled city where the airfield has been used as an American advanced base Four North Yak lighters strafed the field today damaging a Sky master and wounding several Amencar fnldiers One Yak was shot down hv nntl-alrernft nuns manned by Americans and South Koreans Four Yaks were shot dow W.I. SCORE FIRST TEST WIXM U.K. W.I. .!-'(> and England I "> for h vkls.) 1 12.". anil 2T4 150 Wi Ll THIS WEST INDIES I I \M km aft d Fngland at Lnrdl in M in kmperlahable page in Ih. Iiistnt* ol Waal Indlci crti kfl To thai Hi Aalus in I92i Bridfati %  u. rt rt)1 v In bonoui ••! tin avimi of the leading i Colonj yaatarday In bonoui of Himadhm. K Tregi ail > Wall Ml H Ji I H %  Weefcei 0 Oontol .i OaaMard. J it StoDmeyei \ I Ra M rifta Man Bnaland, has wuttii I ..• .ill Dj i Will i Johmm E L COZIER LORD'S GROUND, Lofi <> •J'HE WCST INDIES have beaten En^Unut .. Lord's. This bald statemem Is a can do in the moment of celebrau. of jubilant West Indians all Hound n rial i-: "Gold Braid." My bottle, mind you. rVi thi itor) I long for the "mu i u ** ,|lt the i Ighteci he IVI n if ioMMUion Loi certainly ".i Uegfe l*'i princes in ict an I hold Iho nrUUnii scene" nd lotta) i i ol ;he nuitl aweeping scent' in wh'rh W'v I tn have i-M-r inirrM anu in lus . mUi braka ihraiudi ua t.. rawava tha baUi %  .. lhfln| la i itv.'tnigiv tot.>i .; 114 Evans .i board reading 23 n H i i .i>ihad done I i i .Aat 101 The** won %  i> morning papal Now General MacArthur has both'.luring the action being fought hUnu mn^J %  %  %  %  i I 1 t --LHF* KJ t Unj, Aplhllf Uffl* At lack planes and ships, but he ground forces The II J The Dutch Government has dc cfded to make Dutch Naval Forces available to take part In 'neaps saiy measures" in the Korean area following the appeui of the United Nations to iu mambar i Republic of South Karat Lake Snoceaa: The Australian Government today handed over to Gi-t %  Arthur on behalf of 'i Nation lw< wwral ipv *o be used in aid of the Koraan Republic The warship art shiwlhavea and thiMr. Trygve U9, Lnitcd HatlODi Secretary General h his trip to Europe ana is rema: ing here to direct his "shad war Cabinet" for aid :o th %  Korean ReDubii. H was announcad today, i!. ra important pollC3 London on July 3 Rrulrr while General MacArthur Ruwon -ilr field. He then left tr inspect frontline lighting onW one mile away from Seoul 'h-South Korean ( In 'he hand->f Communist t General Mar-Arlhur conferre-* 1th Sou* h Korean President Svnrmar Phee. ' hut no "I"Canal Zone Put On Alert HANAMA. Jona ^y The ranaau Canal / all ihe Caribbean area put under "mod,: | tnnouncadl hart lodaj oon was take*.' because of the 'grave Inti %  Iniatlon 1 i w to ihe that all civilians in the Canal Eo ns tttamoon and the Rppublir of Panama have '.w pon been urged to with the UniiBttt "OP 0 "" 1 *: ment "during • HRITAI\ /•s Tin: f$A\ Otaaral MnaArtnif requested Lieutenant lieneral Sir HMi.rKotwrt*n. Citmnwuder in Chief Kiiu-h ( %  omnmnv.ealtn Oerupatlun Force* to use Au-ii.ih.i, ftihteni. He Is *l* pre pariiu tn rmplov British w*hip In Ihr Ksrcan itperation The Souih Koreans are sUl holding lb* south bank I UM Ha* Hiv.i laTlrung Seoul and Itei Ms trontline inspection tnc l i-m-Chief decided to give them assistance in holdt'ig tl,, urnby ordering B29 Supcito "take Out" tnnv . gup rhis bombing opt would be aimed tl l K can tanits from i.ik ihen southwards driv OtatfM MaeArthar appear^ (•.nlidrni bul t*vr no indication uhrthrr he considered the Math hi.,HIcould held Mlrthrr Ameiican lnfantr> amali le required South Korean i. %  The War In Korea Pravda Version INDON June l' I'ravda .s. \ u". Communist part> i publlahad %  di priptlor. of B photograph which It lleged showed Ml John Foster Dulles, thi A-. ,, Icai SI %  I'' partmanl idvlatr, In %  < ti ,, %  imlnlni n u of whai IHTIIHl. According to a Tu* caivad Li Lo Ion I'ravd* puborragpondi rolov wbc Hj %  tinravaaUna Agency, in %  Ihe WBl larted in K nM Koroikm tald A Pull f ihe Irani h 11 %  .mu %  map i>f Hit' forthcoming nllllary ofJaraUona, lying on th" parapet A highly-pla.i-d Amerlcan RV ai I I the horizon. One of '.' % % %  itandlng uprli : I trench with ins Mnocubu ihe locality %  tor] *' %  Koreai p.-oples DennK-r.it u Republic The American aarratpan dent'* camera was rued, on Ih' ilriii.i...li..:. line tin1.1-t .1 ill the preparation ol Ihe prrialioU lor the tHttB on North Korea Korolkov gaie datalls or w HJ called another "document t lirmlnK the paltem of igainst the Korean j-eople" He quoted a Far East tiO rTO sp On lint of the 3wl Nrinie Zurmhri TirHuni I Korea theri-. no >horlage of peo pie who seok %  solution f'.i thi serious Qconoinlc problem in ai •nmed at'ack nn thr north" RriHn Nen \rV agv Tariff For \\ haltrs A propo Unff for whaling crewt loi th Antarctic ataton I9S0 ''l ^ yesterday tcr* San do J.nu beta I lives of Norwegian, Bill -. the one gldi wegian Seai %  : %  —Rruter Gomes Corrects Webb's ''Inaccurate StalemenIs LONDON, Ju MU. UOMES, laadei -A the Wist IIUUM -i%  uked today i comment on Pood Miniatei V ment In Commnn.s vcsii-rdaj thai ";ii the momenl thi Wi n Indies were nol providku tht luger to deliver," declined: "Thi-; is tht moal diieon t f the 'latuins • "Inaccuractei ti t %  i. whom i i but one u |he Uln er of Po i with the i It hi %  in. Room I.I i ., . %  in had %  in polnl nr ; %  %  ... .... [nriii %  Ill Uli t Thi with the fV'-st Queuille Asks Confidence Vote Todav I l me 2 %  II cabinet ami u %  %  . •. \ of eonfldcnee to form a new Gv\ i, %  face of the Koreai situation %  %  !.! %  nauon'i long %  from Septem night aecenfi PW ml Vii cai Aunol's pressing dem. i. raniRia ptejajtrahto A'i! t v he raelAtd "ti. increase*! riirVuities arising frnn i vatlon of Ihe Interrta i r tbM %  iQua I h. WOUlO parties in UM Rl puUI lafl ir %  M %  Thougr have an nounoad ihal thn arttl attMnM i" 1 en '. thai he Will have tu ihririn Instrin lions I 8 Troops Ma) Be Liaed %  '""' Hi^ 1 lO ll '•> luiuUi enough lo i iiir I hate bain Bbia a >n to v i kon > %  Ihe kivnneso .mil • Mu h daj broughl Haryhng io ih %  "I Us it I varj one "< i morning la have "' %  i 'ii. gava afc tin • i Hface %  ( %  II.. %  press. Navei have I read tl %  %  ,, % %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  .. .IK a In iing a ante Bvari papei ondon %  ..'.England') IM pural) i paei battln there %  < pi < • inua little said I tha brtlli %  I i nwhng oi ValenUna and Rat i .linn good heading often I h .i II MM! .. mart SuJt< lureti tin tffon <.i Mt tam youm tta a paa tf ; m Hi uM rani *on ol Iht outatand tig k I 'inIn the tat • -ii i HI ..f i,.i mtraua ball N.. pott "Hi-Hi i aeceeaar) aftai thu .Mi ih.-..i. H s bean noaamiM i ionb naoataan to \n>\ full, rcaj like, ini.uuio %  nd hi iVe been mtde during tht nimt of Ihe uam been am <>r nraal salliifai lion Viewed u a whole. I havt nothinj hut good lo say oi nn pei tot n half davs I I.n emergency" --It. mer ARGENTINA RATIFIES TREATY WASHINGTON. J\M Argentmn has I .' Treatv for Ihe hen." fence of tha Americ in Frfpid I < the Slate ragMI III Will ann.Hi. to-dav TliTre I st Rio 1> Janeirr 1947. Ecuadut I GualemaLi htvi R01 % %  rttl A gatl II -Realrr %  %  (L Korean's rn %  maindei of the The un "od In mning Ihe b'lttl.* 1 ... live .md machine guns ciackleil roared ivprher, • in dog r %  moke and debris nta %  %  Sept. 2. [South Korean* were steadily n. >r%  nng the approaches to %  i-nco was I On rare I INLK)-CHINA GETS U.S. ARMS AID SAIGON J rived at t *! inataK %  nis&ion equipmet and artillery trill I Krnlr. rV :.. i %  :n *m 1 % % %  ... %  %  Souih Kon abaoluteh Hnr ii. th-' Freneh dalegaia to the M Bchumt .... take part per i %  i. iman said Ihal .uln In i.'ucuille on IJ lion to-day would be Inclu.i%  Pn n k DasisjiMte'a itataattnl I National Assembly whan . I have ne doubt that M Queuille will gel I Iht As*embl> %  %  Monnet. M B %  • 1 %  • .. Uy !' %  Schuman Plan Confers M %  e in Paris on M —Rmter i bu lh n Hoo Up III Ai ih. moment ihi n W l n ii plying ill ihMi i-.| .it produc ind pm hit la ir.(,.... %  %  % %  ted pi i< %  (... 640 000 '.i I.IU-II. .1 ..n h I li in newspaper aa a ball i bt la hint .ihi. h nt. it .iu< i. m hla 11 -in hand N. i I'm i i.ht I., sttrt a" nisi i < %  Mih-.nhil gMN "i " %  i \ h.t rller mils Ih. 1. M i on | h •iii rapr* Kamadhiii had bowled tig ion. rvullve maidens In Washbroo': 'h.-i Q I long I. Ihe e I'ea an esPJi preao u l Ihe con Ten rum . hin bov %  i,i a man >"'lw out i K\ ,,. ml He foil hn i. lump i %  II ol ih.mllel.'i-i ml) to wah h R .. ovw head high li was inothi udei kti foi the n and ihe West Indian-. %  iiisiih m a i Vardley Ihal Janfclr I gjMaln bin the liming was drawing rnex< i .1.1. loll %  ', . I I '.'!] I ..ll V. .. lip 1', Knghsh .ipi.,i,. i .. I.I %  |.i. %  hat Voik-i ... %  %  % %  %  hull i lim ihha.i ban .it the artefcel for l^ valuahle minute* but Oils was i harei sl tan task ami Yerdle) on %  i Marce .. bt tinoi.-ii ti.i in „K i, hare* achievement 24* 7 IV Wanfth i i J< MI. m and hit %  Ramadhm Inch lOH tO the htg bmmdavy Th.two balan %  gum and fon td Ood • On pas- front had tnj relt i it! Aniei i | could only be gueSM-di t< r bill Ih* Vfl. ill-. I .. ..inroro stronger [ I %  I n i in. II House Confers ,i hi %  %  ... I,MI, ..i . i A. iseeking o I 04 nilllliBJ U) then I Id use o Heetsa i Next i ... di n Laboui M P ffe of Ut i id Trade 1 %  %  % %  • ', I in peri %  i .. %  -fflths on tl.. H W I DgBl %  Eton when week hotel 'bi> %  %  %  g, on pjp ?. Plane Kinds lurline Stoll" llrwaj plwl I HI In •Mi ifsprexii Hiver inouih . irai u> tomher li A BW I A plan run WIH .. join the seorrr tha ll 'J plane 01 moon .i. to Ian '.WIIIK io rough seas and droppei parcel anf bottle tdvhtlng The British (iniana \ lniml.nl Mutual FIRE INSURANCE (I). LTD. India Approves Support For Southern Korea that a relief ant on' %  %  l Till: i.si.V MUTUAL URI INSURANCE COMPANY IN 11 Mill MM.-. I Do not lake Chunre-: In IS Risk*, fur Vmi Factor) K\|>lo.-ioii: Second In Malla \ NON-TARIFF I I MP %  ATTliACTIVE RATFS Invest Your >Inne\. At ihe gMDi ling *0U In.ure Vour l'iopiil> %  %  Indian Socialist leader Jaycorner! the step* takehoped %  I that thi Korea will lead V. i world a %  %  (•mmanlaae Istued after %  MALTA. 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FKIIIAY JIM M, |5„ HAKBAUOS ADVIKATK PACK FIVE $37,446 For Christ Church Playing Fields TOE CHRIST CHURCH VESTRY ywlwdaj ape a c : prepare estimates ..s to the. DM u >ia Giaunii. Dover Grounds, fur inK fifiii The Dover Grounds wa ,,: '' : fi-Id tor the pariah *(7.44u has been made available fortl build playiag ftelds •* Tfaa Vesl I decision when the. were I lerhag the interim report of the ; Committee appointed to makr recommendation* concerning the .establishment of playing fields _l Mr IrrJ <.SUrd told the OFTENtt> ;.,.,. i dealing wiih thi' eonMraeUon of the Prince* Altai Bg Field, he frit that ull the %  > mllsbte moat? would be *wai%  d up without there being a out wj-* charged with not I dunce to acquire a Communilj Traffic Cops Are Vigilant S IYKN lR%FFlt ng WedDM>Ja) J( Ki up to la bttt uf these only two cttding the -iOn* *H charged complying with ihe traffic reguhaving a horn, and one with driving without due pan and atumtton. Two others w i not making the appro) nlmal un. iMi i••-TMIL in \r M. ui Drtdgatown Tba teatpsrsturc during the %  TOSS Fahrenheit in the shade little wind blew During the past few days very little rain fell. During Wednesday and up tn 6 A m all only 34 part uded and ot tin* 25 (ill in the Station Hill District Th-ot her nine part divided batwei with 5. St Jgmea two and St. Lu.y tWO T HE POLICF. BAND under the directorship of Captain Ralson. arlll fortnightiy concert this evening at 8 o'clock at Hasting. Hocks The pro* gramme ranges frum light music to the laUM dance tune*. f*t-VATH>N ARMY tin M. PEOPLE of every Corp. in the Colony will assemble ;il the Brktgstoam Central Hall on Sunday. July 2iul for the Annual Young People's Councils Two Sessions will be held at 10 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. The them dlOOOn is "Life's Greatest Adventure" The Adthe Morning srig be given by Adjutant Olive White. Divisional Y I' Secretary, ud the aftarnoon by the Divisional Commander. Ifajor A E Moffetl. Special itemon the day's progr-.unme will In— Bpaaaaia Contort on the subject What I admire most in rounder. William Booth". %  topreaantaUvaa from eaofl Corps will take pan There will be on Enrolment ol HOW Junto? Soldiers Idlera sod the preaantatlon oi •> shield lo Ihe Young People's Corps showing the best all-round Improvement for 1948. The Youth Oroupa of the Bridgetown Corps win take part In a programme at the Reed %  treat Hail on Saturdsj Jot) 1st. at 8 p m. Special Movie Pkturea anil be shown through the courtesy of the British Council C OL. YIDMIK of Rnrkley Terrace. Christ Church, repotted the Iota ol a boat chain, valued $33. from the Hoyal Uiirbadoa Yacht Club on Wednesday. C H1CKET FANS in Black Rock yesterday flocked the nump:ihs in this area as they elobrating the West indies' 111 the last match at Lord's Groups of small boys were also seen dancing and singing as they strolled up and down the street. In one section. Hags WOn asSD fluttering daily in the breeze on house-tops and at windows Hall as had been sug*n | we pteytng fields in the parish and he had been looking out for suitable pot*. It would always be thr artsM polk* to construct ptsyftngj §l Id m the mosl thick | iand he had Q in mind in his i %  %  Higher Cast It would be useless to gt-t land i which oid not have a quantity of mould upon It as hi would entail mor? cost in blastIng out rocks and buying mould It was about time the> made tome headway in getting playing' fields and they should speed Up their suggestions ispeeial. understood that they were about' the last to make a repl. |fl the QovernnsSnL Mr. Goddard told the V.Mry thai the) would re-ruire aboui four acres ot land to const nut ee.-h playing field and Below Rock. Vauxhall and Dover Grounds as suitable site. Mr Brandford ipoks BgJBtBSl on that the Vestry! should pay Government u peppercorn rent. He said that Instead of tl at being the case. Govern%  meiil should be giving the Vealrv grant? lo help them run any Playing field. Better Morals Mi Bundford said that when playing flehi • i would make a cut in immorality j 'The people at the present time." he said, "have little a I means b/ way of gaining rccrv-I ation after work and strayed Into tauaorsl reaorU ii //// ////.•> si-Kim.. . C0C0ANUT CREAMS I ,!!•.:, Si,III, %  Hi KNIGHTS LTD. I'liiMiiix Nnila lniiiii.iiii HARRISON'S —Broad Street g|| ALLAN COLLYMOKt. Ircsldnil of the RjrhuU.* < I !.ipie! %  i i ii l ihr *AdvocaU" s" Spr.ul I'huloiritphi i> l ii.iiin> I'uliirr nl the lejni to ILirh-idm loda \>Mxi4tion. hands hi radioed • i-l m.In in ii'lirodiirllon in telrurani ol i IMKHIUIJIIOIIlo shedj Lewis i.nrion at the request of Mai General Vl,l 'Advocate". Palivv Hand \ EIGHT TO ONE SCHOOL Concert Was HOURS ARE POPULAR A SuCCCSS — Say8 llidilmisinss TIL. Mr. DrayUmremind^the Ve-.l'^; try thai seven acres nf land had!'' 01 "'' |l been given the St. Qeorga Faa*h &*, '""'"'' ffij Z aa a playing Held and ll bl and itually been more or less converted into a grazing pasture lie ^.uii that it would be uselesto get a playing field and not enclose ft. Mr Drayton asked whethei not an Act which prevented any one from disturbing the Cholera Ground. Cemetery Board Members of the Vestry spoke strongly against making a change in tho Cemetery Board at the present time. Mr Drayton nad asked, the Veslr> to consider appointing two additional members to that Board, one not a Vestryman, the Rector of the Parish. He said he sugge addition because of the cnUclsmi %  gains) the maladministration ol iha Board, but h,. withdrew hat motion after members said trlat it would he against established rules to make changes af',e? members had been alrsad) decided upon to constitute the various committees for the current year Mr Drayton said in his motion because he resented ihe insinuations made by members as to his motives in suggesting the change. %  %  %  /I %  Thi i i wen •* %  %  for outdo / %  i r nslbtc For %  tO U) Mi A Billiard i lights The pp %  id with a i lunpsta ba Cspt RaJ lie Grand March |awt %  %  %  night i i n bl %  Mil \ Km,' With a Tet R %  polios '. OS ol Die I the fnnv H a on rags I Modern Hotel Would Cost $2,000,000 THE Preparatory and acTonteWOsi School <>l the UrSUln.o Convejil held their Distribution <>( Prizes \cstoi.|,(\ evening in the School Hall. During the averting | small entertainment was given by the aenool, and those who attended the prize giving, v enjoyed the programme whuh was in tWO E arts "rrlncesi Tiny Tot's Seventh Birthday," was foi"Cinderella in Klnwerland" which was in fmir aesmas —. itev rathsi Parfctnson SJ presented the prlsaa epurt on the arorh ol iha l'repaiator> S. IUK.I I<> %  tn.>eai 1940 to 19S0 was given by the I!' i Ml-tle> Abu MI d At the beginning of thi' Bohool year, last Septeinlx-r, we extended the Monteisori method of Individual work which for some bsvt DSt %  (oilOW the classes of children of live and six years of age—Into the thud year of the l*rcparatory School -.-. ln.it Ifor ehlldleu ol -even rears of age Tts bn proved n %  '••! astli raetorj Ii this third class, and gilit\ ii i ii M. keepei gnd thd exterior is moat Bttnctlvi K nnished. OIVLY SI.I7 BACH t*p—and Barbados smeg Barbados Puts Out Flags BARBADIANS known the world dard. Father of the West Indies I BARBADIANS k over .is a cricket uty took time %  the world dard. Father of the West Indli i living comSkipper. For him it was a proud tn ff yesterda> day. He Is a loyal Barbadian England XI celebrate the winning of the And it was his son who had led Tti ins i I half Second Test Match Sl 1 rd • by the winning team. but on I the West Indies team. Congratulatory cables wensent There wen e—i reasons foi by the Ooddard Family. Dr. Lawwhich these cell Goddard. rence Goddard. Mr Leo po V chi : the Captain of the West Indies n f Trinidad and Mr F L V Team la a Barbadian and the Simpson The last mentioned real Somcthim "'> *>! \lnnil highest score In the match wa Hearty eflngraluUtteu. to ...„ made by another Barbadian Clyd-and gallant team on splendid rteWaicott ry over Jo4in Bdll\ atevesi During the last three days the Keep good work up *nd hrlM 'rotit of course of the match had been back ashrs." (Sgd) Frank SimpKnl followed by enthuala ta through aon „f i the radio and a totalizator would Broau Street was quickly do. u h< have been busy In any part of enrated with flags and bunt'ni w | (n | the island As noon as the last flying from the masts of the varl ball was bowled and It ws.s ous business houses. Crowds gat iknown that tor the first time .. ered at various pol West Indies Team had defeated hdetails ..f 'he gu-ne ai t \h<\ England in a Test Match and that I I u ; i '. v wall and nridiBeta were drawn P/H WhSsJ* %  TsistsSSJ %  1 Goddard's Restaurant the HHI 8 OH 1 OOst) nor right, bu chorus or Congratulations WSS ourl nf ordinary *t lino ateomparHed bv ehamDaimBOL ., (•orldardv Listen In Mi-bile rinema Government s %  %  staging Some of the members of th % %  Industrial faakSSSB, It Goddard Family which now numPhilip at 3a p.m. bers any thing up to 40 hau n , „_ red to I'ften tn nnri many ,1" R U L, T na ... old crfelroteri oOsrsd their eonlln Kork M *" gratulatlcns to "Old Joe" God— g) On MR A. S. BKVI.-.\ at .i sporisl CrSDSral m %  < 1 oi tt.. Chamber of £ nd that If e ttariwdos Oovsrnnv aSa BKsl rte Bool aa Aid %  H by Jai %  lad, ihi i would %  i spori vhlch intsrvtswad racantly rctstivt % % %  %  %  modern hotel hi'ivc also t i landing rights at Seawcii Airport Mr Br.diii said that If Uic island was real!) to atl tors for the lUtancial beneflt of the pOBUtetlOfV hotels were i was nothing to do "iiii uv note) owners The building of hof i %  lid bo n %  i RcuU 1 %  lo be attracted Foreign S %  %  i nd oi inn put oi. the Btatuti Bool %  I %  in that building |i %  i U ii i i i T bin want) lh their lives A .. %  %  lln 1 J March si opportunlta io WOO I %  .i %  %  .;., rat.on in U Hi tot sv< n :i . know, have I 1111:1 Sg I • thi I nge, axprasssd their srUlingnsss lo tall • with any o> %  poUcj .MI to tho which Oka school suthortUai '< comple-.. hi ...-M, it beneficial to maki' Mi iiryder.. This change of school hours. Sf% %  Sl Ifected since January, has. during Mr Inmss suppo.te.i Mr hr ^n wo term, proved mosi %  <^laatlsetory as far as w. Idgo The ehlWren an fat mme rw In class during nil thr hours of the presenl arrSB than the> had prSVioUSl) 00011 eapei IsUy betsrean the hourot i and 3 in the afternoon. May 1 now add a thanks to thai man Ol the preparatory School who h ,vc v oik i'il UMrOUghl) and iinliiln. ly foi the good 0l thi [ have |nde< sd the ric iti dn< of es ths UI %  %  tin sst I ii ation i your little children AM thai they are doing [i %  -a, well as the rtUi prsyei which iccoi work, is dira led lowsi l%  • %  %  %  %  1 IH>>' into uprlghl ... noble children ol Ood "Have you heard about Par a dot ? HARRISON'S-Hdw. r D.pt. Dial 2364 Last November, we issued to Mai. the parents of our pupils, proposal concerning a i I school hours which we consld srod woulu lxbsnsAclal to th •-hlldren. thai ll from R o'clock in Ihe morning to 1 in the aftei %  • ITe broughl forwani oui proposal merely as a suggestion with the intention of COO ultimate!* wtU) the wishes of tin .1 psrents wt • i %  i and ttie sui eat i Uorily oil parent •, t only sgre" i t" the i plan but actually supra i approval lb a I thol rled iiuou-i airport without having • inors ALL EASILY DONE WITH MfflW THE WONDER CREAM ^*J A.0 POU^l ^hssstss**" .11.-ll DON'T Miaa Our .-i a loSg i sarhti party . when nrsdol t/ui-trty Mpa i r.h. w periodic pain* without ditagii-r.il l< lit down 14 sftM .lit, i || ^. %  ,| fi>.iii 4 lagri p.i...|..i i iceMsst ( %  i %  loo CH Dr. today tli. saSM "I'I I ywur aassraaea JJ DR. CHASES PARADOL ^ Ouicl HM from Pan — A M .K' VH'^V ."''CREAM Clcinn and pohOin while and olooird saaasal pitni. pram I...I,.. oSBI ITS, rsSSS nd | i -i .( i i-. SB HTStl • iiors nc. M MM n.' tal pnlsstl The Jlristo ER off Bicycles %  itiiir iRli l< ion SPOT CAM II I] IIIKI. 1*1 K M \*l TIHMS \.u:\M.II> || IIA II II I S O N .S 8road S., local A9.nl, 5 %  %  %  %  %  "Jl.'sr \1t11n 1 itI \ ram Hnan OT -PLhiVV POULTRY CHOWS 1 suppW '.rom 11 1 \ iiJONES a CO Distributor* %  %  %  %  %  %  w Let SEQUIJS add the sparkle tn %  h iv • 1 nth \,„','• V ill I'liin :.iu' Mulll Coloun. J^ .MilUf \c .'I MM l%Mll.l|: DHM >..iii Ibtra Per yard. $1.51 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., LTD. 10. 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street



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* PASS EIGHT BAJHBADOS ADVOCATE Police Concert • Frwn I'iir 3 certo which wu arrangtt [S.lll Chineti V %  i *.i>.' and "TV Tongue Mopgy," tigg ;i new calypso on to-day's victory and %  be playing 11 to-night el the Paramount am i the two London night clubs must fre<]ueni' ~ rum a! tnough lei %  %  ,-.. >. obliuai i no tlea to EngiuM'!'* pricket which lava raja le tha mythical ffi a the Weal Indie mphed ii.. Kitchen nuiten tin ii pi riei ii. i hange t Malvem took the kick off from front ento-ane i iraote li fi i you % % %  i the team, thought up a mighty nice gasture to greet DM boys on their return lhi! afteiMtel was bertec-ked ind tliey had even found lied Ensign* with the i:;iil>.Kl*4 Irv. Mamn MarlimUl--. Sii trial ll iboul a yard in him Uiifortunatelv 1 gm %  i %  preaa box m I. i %  I position ,,, |||, irhlch li broadald %  • 'i Ui :iir wlcke., However I an in t afraid to apologias to Prim and l Rladly correct the report One happlei note for Rnglanfl to-day waft Reg Bfnrpaonl p>i %  li-rninnep nt Tienl Uridge. Th %  Notts star, out of (hiTesi becaiiT of ,m ituured toot, hit 243 not out I lojiiiM Worcestershire — the highesl score he hai ever made Now we look forward to tjic Third Teal Let us hope tb.i injuries will play no part in furl re iiation and ihat both Will l>e up to full strength Mav conditions be good and ma\ the I>e4ter team — and by thai w %  nope <• apeak of the We^.t Indiri. next brought the tr —d to dgaJi feet when he sane the t )pular Hit Parade tunes Mv K.ii>ti Heart' and I Can Dream Can't I" A Sketch of a Hate Day on UM Savannah" was nexl given b) memi>ers of the Young Men's Progressive Club Thi sketch was a typical Barbadian scene depictmg the local folk betUng It wa also very natural and brought to the mind of tht onlooker the way In which a Barbadian enjoyed himself on the Savannah The Band aJgRl formed themselves into a Male Voice Choir •md sang two humourous song* Little Tommy Went A-Fishing%  md There Was A Tack". They also rendered the iwo negro "Deep Hiver" and "Swing Low Sweet Chariot". In tlU last two Norman Wood, of the Dramatic Chin and BrKbjetOWU Players, sang the solos. During the ten minutes intervn. thai fnllowrxl the Band played many popular Dance tunes and Calypaooa The Bats Rock Physical Culture 'luh tinder the direction of Mr lUades. lead off the second half of the programme with a GymnasIH I'M amid Display. This was a nost impressive displa> of trength. balancing and fining nd was successfully staged. The programme then climaxed ilh the scene commemorating the 135lh Anniversary of the hnwu Battle of Waterloo Responsibli "i putting this over were th< vhole Band and Band Cadets, s.> Police Recruits from the Tralninj S-hool and four Mounted PoUcel ilatter reprcftenting th> Duke of Wellington and hi A DCs. Th, varloua features m tin cenc wore: Ai Camn -brfon Dawn, The Mrirning Gun, The "illnge Church Sluko %  00 am lieveillc, Camp Prepares for Bai Ue, Tha Alarm Boundt, March 0 ihi French Amy. Tin genera uDsembly of Duk* 1 ->t Wellington' British Troops. Prayers before the Buttle, The Alarm. Charge am Battle .itid ended with Flight o the remnants ol Napoleon'^ French Army and Victurv March f the Duke of Wellington. Cpl. C. E. Haisou, A.lt.C M.. M BE. did the spade work for tJ.i Concert and must be praised frr successfully staging his fourth Successful nutdi ni Cor.erl in Esaiti At the conclusion Col R, T Mlrhelin. Commtaaloner of Police, thanked IhOM who %  ttanded and also the supporting artlsis for theii valuable ser^-ices He made s[* clal mention or Mr Norman Wo'd and the Y.MP.C Players 2ndTest Match KKIDAV. Jl'SE M. IICM |{;irli.iilnI'uls B.C.L. Prest-ntaliou Vlalih Nil uriliM Out llags f> irom fair f paraded ti.town •.s.iated with hlblgcai flowers and cars tilled with tap a the town, the occupanr mi ii |) .ti) UH lime in The No. ifci i M i'.n gdaaa la the k haa, %  passing DM flowers and ferns. hi. (ran sfaa aeon mcHrtngt alanj i toaa with iwo nags ana buntings to it fm Men loul'i l^ en I and dowj. m then but ti n he %  • %  i %  ihe arhole taiknig aoo.li Baa eietei an • : pUahmenta of "afyatery Uai farnaicao slow lofi arm bowler 7,. lent ne. In the -hops, puba and baiMH |P>****FM Ha %  %  %  %  i \-'. i • %  ) %  .. %  .„ i i .,Ilr • %  i i.pinafc.|> Olvi.inn 1-hMaua .iati. .) ija pm ana tit* IWI 1ak p.x* al *p m rarnl Idivrn.hur will I "..brru 'CapUiB. M a. %  ii % ..,,!. %  H %  I-^fl l Ul^ an ii a i waken %  .... Part II pwret i w R l %  • %  .',.. l bMSW K>ni*r>I ltd the piaise ri d not go nlv tc 'he West Indian., hut also ihc Lnglish oprnlng batsman Wash... helped Enghino n, pu up dacaal fight. In one street of the City a group of men danced and | ing while a small hoy beat out .. QUkft tempo on a rusty bucket tail the h-ss demorKtraiive t lo dunk. SK/VS. i flaw. 1 1. inn in i KUYAL SATURDAY ovawassa d3| How US. Customs agents gVr "d their lives to %  JH siiush smutgleis! i m VKW (illFST llllIM IIASTINCiS. KAKIIAIMIS t.XC M.I.FNT 1'IKINF Mill BTOCKKJ1 RAH KATl.s ns.un per li JV A. Mpwarda ilueliMivri Appijtrs W S Hi %  Ui'i.i. change epia i Va the attack. Wo anna tin On the resumption Halvern Editor of the Evening Standard were llrst on the offensive but Ihe headlines hilor> "Vlama Hero colony's defence whtoyd then ll ""'"" 1 1 Km ,| r % %  % %  end ar" dappei A Happy Day For John attack t.MnK ihe dapper Ba i Th colony team now made I " 1 ' ' llOOd effort to equal,/, vsluii lui-il Kl 'K"i' lt,s faoni.man carried the bail well tin t|us '"" >*'k %  | w-n n. tha bald but Luca klckad % % %  Vi vci -" aialden tA2 runs, u •vith a good shot. M.k. t I dbobl vwrj much il It was not long after this lhaMedley Venl> DI even Clarence Mafviru maclp u raid ami '''Immetl I ide such Squeakie" Hinds at Inalde rigni showiii on a perfect wicket. ToKorad uie third tor his team wfth ,: "' % %  % %  ' %  %  %  a \cet) placet) shot. of which 2\> ware mai TW Colony teum in spile of ihisif: M Willai i Eoei .*et back, wenstill looking toi f Vl goals and Wilkes sent In. .iflllul.s tla ihe bUckesJ daj foi %  louial..! which Mills saved. LateiEnglish cricket since 1882, when Chase tut In from the right wing ,n *' Au.trallans, who had not i. M . M u n l .'" ; '''" 1 om bl "K"'" held on to it Tile colony*; on pressing. iih cot front men kep* King I heir oppo'n V'J.V! defence no end i I worrj ani the uprights was. o save time und LONDON. June lift rhb has bean one of Ihi ippv i dl ya of m| life", John Omdard ihe West Indies Captain l o.iv aftei Ins leam's in nvei England :.l Lord's It I the da> in which \n 111 Ihe Wi -i In have waited i and i gm proud to be il such a tmc dde, M h Oodi ir i told me thai now tha level, the Weat hidImvo n gnod ehaiHV of wlnnin %  ve th. West Indies, he sain also ]hic,< awly ifM when Hutchinson kicked ai the goni AlthoU made one 01 two • U er attempt their lead, to draw level, tin gain,ondg |jh, With Malvern gdl n had Koals to two. The referee v M D jV Mills Utw canad npon again Not satisfied with Malvern made a Ih Colony's goal, but Hinds gOj pOBBBBsaan kicked ov The Colony again attacked und Savers while Ihe lint in were soon rewarded whan Ft**. Mr. I4ike Foaier and lull Onuol %  %  whol old UatcMnson vervame Mdi vlUi one which went into thiiii corner of the nets to give nt.s learn their second goal Oeletai XI, liowen, Iteevc, Gitlens. y \<;rn misaed a good opportuuii%'Lucas. 11. Huu-hliwon. ft wlngerfc Malvern: Mill \k.. Ernanual •Iwaid.,. Can Di %  %  ";. i %  kicked fcebh "Die Col! %  % %  1 cm keep my men tl we will give a good account o. %  red when done well enough on it. ia -l day to make Ilia victory po* I that doul I was quick] e got Englan oul foa ir.i i would ukc to thank el) th* s. i i aell wtthenj who sen' • i ougratiilatori cables I h... boul flu of iiicin.'* Tonlajhl Kingsley Hotel whet the W,(l Indiea team Ls staying .. colourful sight Indeed, rron 'he awning over the front en Watt Indies flags are Hut proudly In the hreere—; ii. Manner^ itlbule from th,hotel .tf* I, Gcddard and hit men ,u Brliair. Hutch Theyll Do It Eve ry Time WHY DO THEy CALL rr 14 ANIMAL HUSPANPRy-?THE VOUNJG-UNS AND POP A9S ALL IN FAVOR OF \T^ <***9rrs'*oH,no\)faos NEED TO By Jiniiuv ll.nlo DJT WHO GET5 STUCK WTH Ai.L THE ""WORK? THE CHILC5REN? OEAs OLD DAD? HEHHEH-ASK MCW.SME H runs—two hour* play ;.-da> having produced hi 40 iinanracttve runs, n moat dull morniaaj*a work. Berry survived the two Iwlls which completed Ramadhin's over •Her lunch and then Wardle u, a dying effort showed that Valentine could be hit Three tin'. he sent him to the botuidnr*,, while Berry survived two maidinis from ftamadhin Ocddnr-! then brought Worrell on for Valentine, and that was the flnl-h for his second ball had Wsrdle low and It was nil over Scores > 1ST l"1U40B ... "NCI ANDS 1ST IWMlVfis is' V I tNO INNINOS <(nr „. .KKOI.*Nns JSill INNINCK nit tun b Vnkntinc in Vanbt,Mt. I. han.adhin 114 :.imh c I..n h HamjHll.ii; a ••" l> FlamMhln ] •artcttouN t OmMar* h Valrini. 1 /arOlBf iw-k b valrnim. | gvani c Bar I. Rnmarihin 3 l*nkin> I. H t I Var.llr lbb WnriVII ,| asaaaaan o Bstrai b IB, lb t |S M V.-H.II as. 2 *7. 1 tao %  m. S 1M. T 43. S IM. • 1M 1 IV] %  -. W,.ii, II fahmttnt RamadTi n Gomri OacMani TO-NIGHT At l|l II N1 I'AKK ANNI'41. DANCE By BVMIaWff ffBNNM CM H I ili : Mr. c Ostlaaa \dmissinn l/g More lovely TOOTAL LINES LOMBIA In Plain Shades of i.iniii Offaca Dark Green Ruse, Cold. Tsncerine. Dark Brown Hlne. Grey. t 111 I.I-.I Slrawherrt :i(i intlies Ml,!,. P' Yd. $1.63 LOMCM i'l....l)S tn an \s urnnrn. of I'I-.N,,,, Colour* .iiiUl.liloc I Mill SSPOKTS Sl'ITS ..,. DRFS1FS 211" wiir. $1.63 CAVESHEPHERD eS.Ge.Liri. 10. II. 12 & 13 Brond Sircel RED HAND PAINTS for all purposes Iteroralton ol Wall, and Olllnci 'MAnNTO" FLAT OH. PAINT -11.. f.l I. While. Crr*m and Gretn in I r.allon and i, Gallon Tin. I "r Woodwork "S" ENAMEL FINISH PA!fT Dp UI H.i. Gins. ,iinlUnf f.nnm.-I -11 .u !),.. „ lr with Ago. Slorkrd In WM<„nd (ream In I Gallon. I G-.lo-i jnd '. Gjllon Tin, i:\l*ti.ii W.niduurk HARD" GLOSS PERMANFNT J TROPICAL WHITE PAINT stocked hi I C l din. and ', Gin Tins riume 4?fi7. 44} i GREEN PAINT .:•.:•.'.:%;•.;'.*,*.;; WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. J/u fiiqkt ClppAoadi io SummsA S Fur 1I10 Swmmrr SnOMiii v.m'l! ro? • i I light, COOl Holhir... U'Ih IM :: ^ Itingr o( TROP1C.M.!'. nd .1 5 potent slalT et Tailor: to i I napdi. P. C. S. MAFFEI &. Co., 1.1(1. Top Scorers in Taihnin*; ;; Uia! 2TR?—Prince Wm. Ilenrv St atoi-Ayawi'i*. BUOOrriC FlOlHfia greatness and warmth... OF STARS ... OF STORY ... OF DIRECTION! "Shf PMBJ Ukghl to Iv.* and kme . .ey masltti! OofiJhtNS'f Rsti* GRANT > lUMl HANDOtPH lommy IVO Fuuf KNMJHT CarolsM COTTON leUSTARO tMGftAVY j The OKUHCrtaA I '• WRANGIERS j ?• (*un turn V*-*,',',*,-,*,*---V!.'-V>-*V*Va.1 Olivia de Havillaiid MoBt^ometyClift Ralph Richardson WILLIAM WYLERS "ft* Heiress MIRIAM HOPKINS MONA FREEMAN • VANESSA BROWN SELENA ROYif P..JU.BI ..] MiMat I.. II.I.IAM VYUI am MATINFi: MGHT Ml 30 GALA •rahlNG AT EMPIRE THEATRE Tll-lf AV AND CONTINUING 1K.S I K<> VIII KSII.l TIIK IRIULKGi: OF SEEING Till(.:: %  \l MlMllll'IKI THAT BROKE ALL • I.nils IV IIKITISH GUIANA ANO TRINIDAD A TKII.V GKKAT PICTl'RK \ '.'.*.'.'-' %  '-• %  • %  '.'''.'•'''.'''.''' %  '.•• '.y.*.* *^V^^'.'.'.'.0*.'.'.*.*.W.,*..V jf 1 sunns 11 %  tW*ttW *-•If.-.WC'.Att, WVtMjV-t, VT.'CONSULATE WHITE COLLAR ATTACHED AUSTIN REED COLLAR ATTACHED SOFT FRONT DRESS TAFATEX CREAM SPORT METROPOLE COLOURED COLLAR ATTACHED. AT — C. B. RICE & Co. OF BOLTON LANE



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PAC.1 HENRY KARRADOS ADVOCATE rBIPAV. JUNE M. 1M BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE 33 i-oo,eA! 1 .."I yats < WE'OE [>3wN BY WALT DISNEY 0< ONDIE Ml | %  Y CHIC YOU S LOME m5E0' HE* OOT &V16H IS.WO >OVM V= MC ON o (i RNCM MI i MAMaS^mBi ME GETS CLOSE -o iw ana, %  —* wo OF THE BO* WILL SHOOT BOB BY FRANK STRIKER" ..'. I t.\.\0.\ %  EU '0* ^ 'N WITH fc.l.'I'SR IN TH E SOLD' M FRAf MI SMI ,|*1D 0 0*NC* 0" HiW Ull Hi 41 rvillON WCoOI Vf$ ) AtMtMBFD v $M( WALKED Ot/T E£A,i( r iv MHHT MI LOVC i ^^ I C^' ,f BRINGING UP FATHER KIRBY, BY GEORGE MC.MANUS T "ME ...Mil \ CN TMS POPiS.' %  'i "> ALEX RAYMON w GAOLCS r\£ a*o sens A ft,CSE h'ESCAafi cljcw Mv MC-EO.' SHE 5 ILW.. I M*T so B*C< TO ,-TME COuJ TJV.' Jif__PHA CAlftuT MM ESCAPE WT10UIB*ltKHIMFIND Our WHO HE IS* LETTHE WHXE | JUNSUa 1EE FALK [NO HOUSE CAN 6AUCP f IVMLCAWD1N6THAT ^WElSMT-HEY-HE'S ', 3m %  •'^•,j'.-i, *.a RAY MOORF; 'fir ^,.IM\ Pr*/Jy pretties in "FERGUSON FABRICS STOCKED BY THE LEADING STORES. M 'T'-AfMiY LO^ES Cuticura X^ TALCUM ** HERE'S OUR NE\* SELECTION OF BOOKS Ml I I !)(. DKI MMOMI B* --.HII.I TIIL I IT Ki i MATCH' I'' lllllh Mr 'ililMuirl THF HIPPOLYTl'S or n Kinm* By i:. Wintr 11; w M i IN*, TONGIFS< Hj Kmnrll. IUrH "TALKS FROM l III ARAB TRIBES" Bj C. G. I MMI.I.I-II GENTIAM HILL Bt Fllubrlii Guuilur GIMLET MM.A HAND Bv (.rim, YV. F John* mi OF GREYSTONES" B* Arthur WitrrhMV 1 MAINL1 PERSONAL'' PiM-iiiby Mlrhirl I.vm h ADVOCATE STATIONERY A M M U A L "FIEST MARINE HOTEL July 1st 1950, 8.30 p.m. Music by THE POLICE BAXD ORCHESTRA Directed by Capt. Raton M.B.E.. A.R.C.M. MARGARET COOK PRESENTS BEAUTY CHORUS AND DANCING, SINGING COMEDY AND OTHER SURPRISING ATTRACTIONS VOIIM \\ WOOD Followed by THE AUCTION OF THE YEAR 31 BARBADIAN DONKEY & CART IN COLOURFUL POLO REGALIA During the entire evening Side shows of all Descriptions on the Grounds Barbucued Hamburgers on sale TICKETS: $1.00 at Johnsons Stationery. Fogarty. Janetta Dress Shop, Marine Hotel Call MARINE HOTEL for table reservations Telephone 3513 Ballroom tables $1.00 ^



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FRIDAY JIM Id 1J50 BARBADOS ADVOCATE I'M.I -1 \ I CLASSIFIED ADS. rvmx "**** DIED l(AI,M->RM W of M al hli rWdei..r CAW I I ball* U mttrtH-* .1 4 lor St MM R7| FOR II KM HOUSES Drak. r*<" Andrew. Da %  Ca* David •*••• %  ;•*. o a M j, rOTTACM-.i U1 eottagei tn Leap Pull) (umuaied t tod Rlee-rle light .. Apply Mr. Rum Lynch. Hollywood 1*1 LaTanre (tap M li IN MEMORIAM %  fcWMBI f-AJtMFN 1111.. as. !•* %  Time aftSBi *> "" •"• %  *' Bui mnoi> BlHM ba* k rvary Int Tln>.Hltif Oi ill on U> by-guaar d> ... i •ruemberrd by Mrt l i.. F.mll, Jtt • -:. roil virr AUTOMOTIVE CAR Vauxhall V Cart OMM trunk avee.ally Ri i rarryUit IaVhr.ll. •IITW-P 3R*' %  i.i.nl All nodrci w Cullery I %  m ClitfM ft Ci > 30 t WSi > illy lUmuhad hou in fin' %  -at reaadrntul dlabWI. 1 rrulea BMM *n 1 bMriymi, 1 living room" i-i.) onVea Prn-n July i.i IMO, U l-r.--i, Ul |U| Apply la Mi* C B "ui UN a • to—ll Mwn vail ,.l flour. Taa. Itl Sib i I • grape Hull lot of todftUi Forty-two I TuwhiUhl batteriee. Two other D'AJaCY A BCOTT Go vammant Ami iwi" r M g Mt *< UNDER T HE IVCRY HAMMER rraan Jusa BM si i p n %  karag*. MKMrH Bow. Ford I h p ill ltJ4 Dodge Car VINCCHT omrrmi AUCUO !" POST OFFICE NOTICE III THIS Oil Consequent on chanf/ps cloned at the Cc — r a l Post om<* % %  follow AIR MAILS B a i .\ rughti s. (.. USD. Alll MAILS iNH PI HI . -. I II N l>loulK Prlca rearonablr I C II Hl'NTF.. Ralla plant.•i Churn. ii • s an. Al condition fnvly Apply Da ThomaVAN— I*T Bediid I? I U.I %  BLicnuc M I. -Ml •a Ad| H kg BIXITRHWATT* HKATE1W %  .".. 11 IS, 30 ....I an gallon MM DaCoata Al Co .. Lid Llectric, Department Dial MTI BUCTRICAI. TOOL* by Blatk a Dockac DtilU. Bmth nrlndm nt Dial SHI DaCota A Co Lid nacincml D*pl M PJ-ECTKirAL i ajoaj %  ..( Toa .-. n, i KM riaclrtcal Urp: APP1-1ANCF-S n %  riala.. Iron*. !t..i !., \ r % %  i %  I • M-n •A INT VIM.ILNT WEKKL. %  r.HVICi: Now makea poaalblo 1J..I Undar ana mnafTment IIATMU MILL IliWIH HOTEL 81 Vlncml and SUNNY CAJUBBJX •nfihr-aaa Baquia Kind -"• all thai can b* daaiiad Bcauti I-I "imiy. aaa-balhlnd. nihina, ratal• nl culainaa and bar* RATES M k >. H w I par day. for lurth-t dalalii and raaarvMlona KJtHOL O ROOKR Boi IT. S..iul Vlocanl. 13 a SO-Mn. UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER By tiuinarltom 1 will aall on lha apol i.laa Rd ol Friday lib July a 1 o'cVock. Ona vary iwrlortabt* houu rarvnlly ropaurd and paimad li hu Drmwmi ft Dlmni ro^n. 2 Brd W.trr lotlM a.J B-tn V M„ ... %  %  •*• tujhl away Po. aVI'b HAaty A Scot I. 30 • %  " n UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER '.cxl ihr lh Jul) I... t> houar. Ona < ,i..4l Nuwf a< Sobci. L. raol -ml ih.atba laHM houao wltn ahavl I i. D*a\Ht r with |al.. .,..,| Maluid-ny M .. NOTICE St Mirlvarll Vntrv KohiWiioiK M Hain*Mi C0Hac will ba racal.wl bj the C*tk ol lha Vaalry up lo 4 o'clock p m.. on Wadnaaday July It ISM CbndMalaa mu.l b> tba aona ol parbhlonm in atraltanad clrruroalanct-. and mual not be Wa than >•• nor mow than ill* yaara ol aat on 3aih Jnw ia. I.i ba prov< a Uapliiinal Crrllncat* which mm! accompany lha application forma o( appllnllon can ba obtained at lha VriUy ClarkOfUca. By Oidar K C RKDMAN Clark. S Mlchaal'i Vralry Clerk'. Otnca. Parochial Buildiiup. Bridgetown SB S 94> In Public CtHnpatlllon — one priiparty le al Deao.iv Road i U n*i>lnuf ol aqudte leet of land and Challat lla,i-. Ini. proparlv ha. a wall and PAU1 Iraea on II wtlh a Ironlaa* ol Irad odd tquar* laal Ol land, wll 'V l M UATTS OfrUe. Janw. no o'clock on Friday lath ol Ji n a so—i> Veitry NOTICE BLBCTRIC WATER IIEATXftS by Sanlon apaclally eon.ttncted lor ue at Mtower Bath Patented MMing VlY reculotn UTTiper.iture ut will pa Coaia 4% C Llo %  lae-irlc.il Depi Dial *. S n i achieved icir BMH Modal SMI lt^ Kcnyotea ar* Q.'AJJTY HFPHODITTION. %  TAWDfWO BeNSITlVITY SlaiVI-IClTY op OPTMATION We -lull ba pleaaad to datnonaliate thli Modal al pou eoovanianre Dial Sail Da C l.ld flectrt...! n-|.* '. Ike 1-i.l. al LKW1S Ut-IVtm YARDS M.i..(.i.itm.niv known aLFWIS OLIVER liriiKI iaaaajvi NOTICE ii hereby aivan ibai all pai| any debt or claim aaaimt Ih* Battal ..I l*wi. Oliver Yardemora ollen known a. l.r.. IH.S.I Drnke. Sarieant ,.| The Barbados Firr UmMr derrdtad lamrtta % parl.h l Chili Chinch m tin. I.land who died on lh BJ Ma. law, intcitatr are n lo .end in pacllculara ol thai duly attetted to lha und -ralcnad Adina Stiaker. c/o Meur. HaynaNo I Swan Street Bridgetown, on or before lha 31.1 day of leSO. after which dale 1 .hall pro dmtribute the aaaat* ol lha d imong the paHir. enlltlad therato having regard only lo auch cU .hall then have had not i be liable lor the aaaata •->' an dutrlbuled to any parhoae debt or claim I -hall wul oAM lor aala by PNtbiac Cami.cii'i..n al mi olhce Vicloil^ alrrrl a>i IHIH.W aflUi 1 p in the properly •d "CAMBIXrT" .lai-llng on 11.810 ne leel. a) CHEL-IEA ROAD, ho.it* ami cloaad galleiy. diawlng. din ing. 3 bedroom* with in>iinng water I>raa>klaat room. Kitchenette ft Kitchen HI Bars! Yacht A. Aqualic Cluba. M n N-..* that DESTINATION* AnliMjiia %  \ii-ti-lu klMtdn Fi id.iv WirJTaMilaj Saturday Monday Wcil!"I.A Friday Monday Thwada] Fri.lav r,u -... Saturil..-. Mm .a... ' %  Friday Mo.ul.,. Thursday Friday Mondai W. (Inn %  o Friday Monday rhuraday Monday Tuesday Friday Wednesday Saturday Monday Friday Tuesday Saturday Monday Wednesday Friday Mondav Thursday Friday Monday Saturday Monday Friday Ml IIT.I..V Thursday monata TtMITMB] rridaj Miwda} rVMi .V Mundnv Thuradaj Friday N \T!ON %  H.nl, Mexico I Monlserial i \ I.I AntiRuai New Zealand i..ii di | I New Zealand I (to Pai I SI Lucia S! Kill St. Thomas, V.I (via Trinidad) St VlllC.'TIl rorfola (via Antigua) I 9 00 am 9.00 am %  I %  200 pm 11 45 am 3 00 pm 2 00 pm. 11 41 %  m 2 00 pm 2 00 pm 11 45 am I :) up 1.00 %  in 11.45 a.m. 11 45 a.m H-III un 9 00 am 100 pm too pj> I I 4T> | m II 45 ,i m 140 m %  ii IB %  m 11 45 a.m. H.M ..in •100 .. n. MO -un ,9 00 am. i II 45 am. 11 45 am. %  '9 00 a.m. i8 30 am 9 00 a.m. <00 i in 2 00 p.m 2.00 pm II 45 a.m 2 00 pin || mi ., ., s l Monda> %  %  W, 1, Saturday MiimU* Prrdu Monday Klul.iv Monday Thursday Friday H : : FTI.1.1M Tin.i adaj FridaU JBl 1 m Saturd.n Monday KIII1.I> Wetliiesd.r Saturday MI.IHI.I' %  Kii.l.o Bal U Moiul.i. W IMdaj .'. %  Wi'.li"" Satatrrla) Monday to 1 %  KM, I |) WodlatWlB) BaturdB) SHIPPING NOTICES Mi.smr.i inritiM •.! /. y i UBB t isr I.TD iia A / UMl s s i TTY OP DITPPB-* aa.1 %  d. alda hlai lath Uf-n"* J ---^ :nd Bydnay Jtina Mtk, Drlabana Jum •air. arnvtid at Trinidad at— S S "PORT WELUMl I ILiaban* -. •ydney m*d Augwat Btrtal boui an, ttaptaaoatar The-— -m ha.t girajH %  !>-•-* I" hilled, hard froian and gam (•Uer ow Canadian National Steamships i M> ^ CHI i-i" \1>S Mis. .-. AM II v. Nl ^ I \i>\ M LBON ittti Jui-. M lh Jun. • %  II... i . H d-. li iaa %  — i--I i.M. M.Ufai M ., %  !,. I \m NKLSON ] \|ii HliDNEi i \i>\ M:I>.I-. 1 AIV HOI I Mi\ M MB -aublecl fc. rtiang* a" I I .. an. A >i llth \ i rain A.UI ai.i \ %  I lath Or* SOih lh-1 Mth < run .n-1 n*Wtat GARDINER AUSTIN CO., LTD. Agrnl.. General Post Offlep. Barbados. 291 h June. 1950. Ml. 4.LK.. IIIAXSAIIWll^l I FRENCH USE Sailing to Trinidad .Sailiny pO Pl^'nouth, S S. GASCOGNE" S S "GASC-iXiNr S S (.AS, OtlNK S S. "GASCOONE" 3rd July. 1950 loth Auiniat, 1950 U;h Si-i't I' 1 1 8th Nov. 1950 9th July. 1950 16th Aug. 1950 Mth Sipl... 1950 Mth Nov. 1950 For further particulars apply to -a— R M JONES & CO. LID.-Agents PASSAGES TO IRELAND Antilles Products u I *?' t ^ OubUo par M.V ur.M.A oaatt BBUIOI Brow ROSMU about 20th June, and thereafter almiit vci.v lliirty-three days. SIIIKUfan i: 70, u lal leductmni for children. Apply dini l i tin I IIIISI f.V 'fffaV . A II \ Of A i i; lor tlomrstli mil light hihrica i.i nytu U:\TII.\I dui-t of derm l.tihruaoU llhtaliiahlr at all hraiuhrn i MM > IMI a I III. THANI Bros. Super \s ^ Sale STARTING 30th JUNE Avail yourself of the (ioldeii Op|>orluiiit) —Here's u lint ot Some Items. H \*-H Mil I QlNGRAaaul Laval) piahi. iinli 47 I*HU a >ard i.i \ll\MII li t\ aHHABLa. PRINTI AND I1AIK.OI11I-. From 6.W a yard Stop PyorrKea In 24 Hours ne o ..... :• ., 1. M HI a bad 4 routiStop J( ,d H.arl ..ih lha blaadlaa nvm'h and Atn'osan r#r Pymrrkt* —Tr.nch N.l. I'm "in" to <— a board and .hlnale .hop • i.ael Tan, day ol Jun ""taBta*. 0 'i VNI lor Appl lean i. N n Thai .ppla;aiion will ba !" >* rr*d at a Ucan.ing Court to a* held at the lath day of J-na ISM at 11 oclnc* >V*V*-,'.*Xrtf I With every purchase of $1.00 nnd ov cr, you ore entitled to a Valuable FREE Q CilFT! (2) Each day of SALE the FIRST CUSTOMER spending $15.00 gets $3.00 Cash bonus Each Night Our Show Windows are on Display with Many Values!!! CRfJWN A CMWNINC ACHIEVEMENT BY MINklNG THE NEW CIHPWN tINGEK AIT