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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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ATTACK 60 MILES
SOUTH OF SEOUL

) TOKYO, July 12. os
| , re MERICAN TROOPS FELL BACK AGA
UL ” K. Aw are. A to-day before the Russian supplied armoured
might of the North Korean forces who outnumber-
Of Grave | ed them heavily, They took up new prepared posi-
: | tions behind the importay’t Kum River. The mean
| dering river is the last natural barrier before Tae

The city has been the Ame

Ne e *
Situation jon, 15 miles south by road
advancedâ„¢ headquarters

es i Horean
y on the main’ .Sou orean
In Korea WHEW ! ne (vom the south easter pupply










Treasury Official 3
Denies Relaxation

Dollar Restrictions

Canadians Say Britain
iWill Allot Dollars

From Our Own Correspondent
LONDON, July 12,
REPortTs that the West Indies were to have dollar
spending restrictions relaxed on imports from Canada
were denied this morning by a Treasury official. “The
restrictions will remain exactly as before” he added.
homesercnepereos —— The Daily Telegraph this morn-

: }ing hints that the restrictions :
Canadian spending may not be so
End Of War |S:
}





: LONDON, July 12 quietly on the Korean western
fi The British Government WINNING POOL, front—too quiet—in the words of
fully aware of the gravity of t Western Australia e field headquarters spokesman
situation caused by deve opm
in Korea, Defence Minister Em:
uel Shinwell told the Hot
Commons to-day As fo

state of readiness of Brita





This town claims the tithe then i ine m ‘dora ch mie tank
ot the warmest spot in Aus ed attack f eh ul a t
it Ww al Trike:

ul, the Communist



tralia, Between Dec. L, 1
and April 5, 1950, temper: : " - :
ture in the shade rose above ca ed the South Korean capi-
100 degrees fahrenheit on he . ae
116 days. There was one run bs mortat nd al ee ry rt
of 54 consecutive days ot oe e et ee ere .
et, Se tie eee m Kum River. Withdrawal wa

el It was the same story or
tral front





enforced since recent



talks between Britain, Canada

De , ends On and the West Indies governments,
p at which the

possibility of in-

immed forces, he said Parliame |
may be assured that the preset |
preoccupation in the Far Ea
< creasing West Indies dollars for

Russia Canadian purchases was discuss-
ed. The Telegraph adds that this
step may be taken in view of the |
LONDON, July 12 increase in sterling areas dollat

A new move in exchanges be-| eserves. “It’s true” Said the} a
tween Moscow and London on| Treasury official, “that there are A Baa aha
Korea lies with the Soviet Union| reserves of dollars, But this is! 9 A - "

as a result of yesterday’s meeting | only due to sonal deliveries
190,

A crowd look at the body of INEZ FORDE lying in the guttei
afternoon

it Canefield plantation yesterday would “not be allowed to impa

ur vigilance in other areas whe
our vital interests are involvec |
|





He had been asked if he wa
satished that Britain's arme

ve e ss n there MacArthur's con
forces wore adequate. and pr Fighting nunique said

ny foreseeal

lie said “Our detence prepa | Might Las

Red iivanced five to ter






30 miles ¢

of Chinchon a new enemy divisior
ippeared I the 15th Nortl

Divisior MacArthur



between Sir David Kelly, British} and similar causes which means
Ambassador in Moscow and An- that firms haven't yet spent dol-

r ier Worrell 225, Week
drei Gromyko, Deputy Soviet For-| lars allocated to them. But se’ N [ | | aye or. ee €
eign Minister, it is considered in ollars samen to them. But tho: L ew « appre I 9

dollars certainly will b spent
official circles e spent



are of course determine


































































































































































. | Ave communic ue sa ipparent!
y our obligations to the Unite Till Autumn 1
LE , trained in the
4 ition the Commonwealt our }
‘ - sme wth of North Korea
before the end of the year <¢ ] “ Mi I li 188k: l ariuer in the Nort} t treme nortl
Reports from Lake Success that there’s no likelihood of restrictiot 4 Cha ter I or ars. ra “NCC nd Brusesls ree wap and toward YASHINGTON, Jul : , ' Pc ee ane atti
Russia may be contemplating being relaxed.” e , f iad Other friendly countrics| Informed quarters here 1 from Hong ong quoted by Peking
bargaining for the cessation of St " Z > Y LEICESTER. July 12 i ae 5 ‘ .. ey CM to-night claimed that an
ining é Suggestions have been made by ea a szEICESTER, July 1 vith whom we are in close 1 \ migh Lae \ : tal t
hostilities in Korea agains D hand ” é a . S . ; ; ; entire American battalion in Sout!
J one pcp F cen get me members of all parties here — ole ugar Che talented battin® of the West Indies touring tear ation ‘utuny ( wen i age ‘ Korea was “encircled and wipe
the United Nations find no official uate " Amery, porer ; i overwhelmed Leicestershire here to-day. At the close of baa aN gan attace ‘cit eant ayia satis at : feut” south of Chonan on July 9
confirmation here, at least in con- : Mt ane ie’ pre oe la} (From Our Own Co en the first day of their three days match the W.I. had scored Re) ten a ne : ao 3: acre he The Communique quoted from
g . > a Cit y % id it to her advantage to ; sg . i . ia : . ; \ eCeE a CGE are , ) I ‘ { *yon g Radio sai iat No
Seale, ee ee eee | accept stailing for y ; no is | LONDON, July 12 651 runs for the loss of only two wickets. Prank W orrell fserve our need and within limi |, The timetable eee \K ; | ; | ; ete dl ‘
discussions. s f sr goods , . . tha rm . . saan. Gh. a i | Korean oops continues he
Both officials and observers ;S0me Canadian businessmen havc Mr. Griffiths Colonia] Secretary had made a brilliant 225 not out, Everton Weekes had 190 fof our resources to equip them y ; vt) o a ? a irive south on all front
recognise that if a peaceful solu-|S8Upported this idea which woulda! Spent pe i , Dic tabs not out to his credit, and Roy Marshall had scored 188 Papin as possible with“ latest Sib batten diifiarately’ to tal | The “Fifth Air Force reported
tion in Korea is to be found with-|take Canada half way out of the i aie antaroe “ae Padont “TibHO: talcemtetshire: ‘could ill afforay'YPe? of arms and equipment Korean campai { fy | that light bombers flew missions it
in the framework of the United dollar area. It would ease B.W.1.-| tO~“ Da ETT Pha Naren es thet rei cm eet, Vio: Jackson, 9 But: he said he ald not feel at}, mpo rather than push it ' ground troops: and ¢
Nations this can hardly happen }Canadian trade. But there has} watt lant nat hie ; j their off spin bowler, after lunch Jat) ed: iplacent about what had | quick finish at} ‘ i } ried it bombing tlacks ot
unless Russia once more decides /also been strong political opposi-j SUSar celes “page } SPOR I S jWith a strained back, and sc fj ihieved. There was still « | tie bridges in the vicinity of Anso
to take part in the proceedings |tion in Canada they eons : i Ae head jswiftly did the total mount that gr deal to be done. The whol Fighters conducted close sup
of the Security Council, and that The Montreal Daily Star of| Dappier chapt« 1 | ° | WINDOW the scorers had difficulty in kee; programme was being kept under | The North Korear e t port of the missions and strafe
is i ° ar a 7 ito Ss whicl ena 1 : . ; . ;
this in turn appears to depend on) July 6th carried the following ee rer Bana aodiipital ng pace with it, Of 163 madcfelose review, to make certain all Ifighters and had the ac ' highwa bridges and railroa
the admission of the Communist report from an agency in Ottawa seh ane a on 7 dees WATER POLO for the loss of one wicket—A] practicable precautions had been | short supply lines er inl ies | With rockets and guns Exten ive
Chinese representative. An early announcement wiil} °f SU8® tp ee ee Sate, aa Rae for 26—before lunch, 100] taken.—Reuter mt damage to railroad cars, vehicle
P be made simultaneously here and | eee : “tt , came in boundaries, seventeen o ee a Weed ft per ammunition dumps and enemy ir
ca : os i é é Anthony Ed akin for Barbados Aquatic Club Play aries, seventeen of } } i ee j : : 4
But to conclude from this either in London of a British agree- eareaah ; tf oe : , a id he begins at 5 p.m. Bonitas will |i them to Marshall, who went Ol ; haps Sunother three weeks of | | stallation ere reported
that American opinion is ready tO | nent to promote Canadian-West| ... uiei Gentlemen from|| QPP Sword Fish. und Flying 11/40 seore 188 in three and a Halt news and more retreats by At tr Far East Bomber Con
recognise Communist China’s Indi rade, authoritativ < was glad the rentiemen from Fish i meet ‘Barracudas k ore ay é a hi GR U F CES cane nd South Korean houle | man eported that mediturr
admission to the U.N.O. or that | "Wes trade, authoritative gov-| the West Indies had not got far this season, Bonitas and sours. He began a brilliantly con 4h © expected before the bombers attacked in support of the
Russia has initiated the bargain- | ©™Ment circles predicted to-day home. emptyhanded, though Sword Fish have scored outright trolled assault from the start, and Salat tte ice te each ais * ; = United st as bi - i me ee
ing movement either in Moscow |. 4 reliable source said the Brit- they had not got everything they first Gxtare with Snappers ‘ard pf OY. bis splendid timing® staked a ‘VER ¥y HELPFUL .-retires; Sete | ing WareR@lnee eaberiinn yard"
is! rer a Fas : . st fixts ith ere and® - e lei ‘ ys . t return are arshe yy
or at Lake Success appears to ish Gover nment has undertaken asked for Bartacudas™ Were beaten by powerful cleim to'test honours, His ” r , | jand rolling stock Targets wer:
observers here to be reading too | t make additional dollars availa- “It is a pity,” Eden said, “that Sword Fish on the opening dat A boundaries were the product of ! — elie tiaan paptiicd' ie Hate hemese
much into what little information | ble to the West Indies from the! the impression in the West Indies|| °f,the Senson, vir [Poe vemeties of strokes the most Says U.S. Secretary To wy .
on the Kelly-Gromyko interviews | Sterling dollar pool for purposes| was that. the essions haa! pe mr. W. Gibbs, ee MY spectacular being the — straight U.s. Commander Fay ee re
has penetrated the cloak of official ted trade wom Canada.} been given grudgingly.” ORICKET ware ‘ae i ‘ WASHINGTON, July 12 i h ° 7 U N.
secrecy, e@ amount involved in the} It would have been better, he Past Present Combermertan e anc orrell punished the | Ss 3 State Dean Ach« "lL , | 7" > Sa ly
agreement was not revealed in| told the Coloni Secretar ET the | ieket 1 teh takes place at t bowling for 247 in a second wick« t | , . . ae Se 5 M4 ran on thel I akes l ip Post | racine . Lys of Ve
. YY he ilitary | advance he London- aw 4 mas nant ve made ae PES TOs¢ nee Stand lasting 126 minutes. Four 5 sis | se ’
sie pga evidente that eotemuniue os ae ; vated | its ‘tae d al ear a a | | flowe d ee onatoned l that the | ee a & t : a an - ae a rOKY ful } tolated C harter
. & dre s id r i nat *s for a re oO again t >
Moscow’s influence is being exer-| It was intimated, however that it Mr. Griffiths ranged widely in| | rowd did not bother to applaud ithe use 7 { the ete ae wey ot utenant General Walto: LARE BUCCRE ict
cised in any way to curb the] would be substantial his opening sp He discussed | ¥ any but the real gen In the | the ‘ Walker, ¢ nal 1 G 4 ‘ wo, Jilly I
L 3 ) his o g i h juestion of weapon I fhe 3 encashaitce
hitherto victorious advance of the ome len f n n Vi . i: | a t 1 course of his century made in 10( idental” the . Bighth Arn i ASSUIVIC ' plas cee SeeOwreaEea re
c ) probler OL. te nunism | de al to the crime of a eipt ) the curit " |
North Korea army Trade Has Dropped ‘in Colonial territori: In pare |.* Or ek ec e¢ minutes (eleven fours) Worre!] ae ion itself. Acheson said off nand grou er) I |‘ . { the Security Council
Observers are inclined to stick The latest figures show that |ticular the Pre tion it | completed his one thousand runs | ef round twoops from othe: Unit Ith eect tr Pole a 5 ions on Kore Rene
to their original idea that Moscow | Canadian-West Indies trade—fre-; West Africa calicd for criticisn | Viembers In of the tour. Weekes, showing ne IN: tions to assist United State Weht and has establish i! Id nited Nati ns its ata i
will take no active move for inter-|quently called the life-blood of | | z @ on page 8 | forces in Korea would be “very|™and post South Kore t+ oy ther peagg a naa
ation: ‘ttleme y pacific|the Maritime Provinces s| On tl told the House | * e . United ions Charter
national settlement by pacifi vince has | ~ helpful I
means until Russ sees more|dropped from a 1947 export total} bitterly singly that some |} J a6 ( ° u { Cl Wall Z :
clearly whether the North Korean] of $81,000,000 to less than half} section Press in We ‘| ca Uouncl ‘ | He said the United States wa anded — th “ Fe sae te Mi wee Sie ee ina
offensive will carry the whole|that amount last year Africa when reportit var in P Workers taking up with the United Nati Corps which liberat t oreign nister in ib » the
6 . : > ‘ KINGSTON, Jca., July 11 } T Secretary General J ive Lie said
country or be checked by the The pending British concession] Korea “left the Daily Worker far|_, tet ; the answer to ms to countri ( 0 of M 1 kaa ' , ,
United Nations forces under ihe|is expected to res xe maritime! behind.” lhe House ot Representatives 7 which had offered aid ‘rance in November, 1944 hat the Council's resolutions eall
} : Started a Sitting Committee to- EK H ing for { to the Korean Republic
> é sneral Mac ur, vince sales fish fe This con ison was with the. >“ Sm : aid he could not s: vheth OF aid to the Mores
COMMAS 98 Meaperal Macar ting a ae eth mn bots BRS cond nants ae o ha day to decide changes in the new scape @ Ae could me ; He 1 cinted to succes u appointment by the United
>, s e Sé Ss ) 1 St new pa Di 4 , 1 , r .
This they argue would in no flour, and central province sales| which alleges South Kor in-| Constitution eres me Britiss e r there had yet been any offers|1 Ce Robe Kichelberger as|States of a United Nations Ce
rau We t TOT: ce \y » a, reas 2 ae etry ty ' » ? ae At i je D f > as a t ak } + { » J . , ( rie o th r f bre ne
way prevent Russia keepir g the of motor cars and Gthats raninfan. vaded North Korea. Anthony Eden Shan ee _ eee Step reli Explosion | ry othe r United Nations me mt ers} Comm er f ( ; } i ( in-Chief ere ie AC
on oem biter ety *Situred goods. It was understood| suggested the Colonial Se. retary | i tocal das: |b hat j to i wlude ground fore es in their} Army ia Japan in Augu : HM of the charter and without legal
or rough continued diplomatic to have stemmed from » rt ) hould take teps to deal 7 ot ea J ontributions in uppor o the Reuter foree Reuter
exchange in Moscow for thelp Seas “ee of} rt re ; he , i ing a majority of electesi IN ANTIGUA | United Nations resolution urgi '
> Rt Hon C D. Howe Trade | tt rresponsible pre in ini the Executive Coun- | . 0 said sean 4 oe a a a
eventual attempt to ruin the . : oe Ath minis' ie Executive 1 j} members to aid Scuth Korea EL LLANE CL EL ELE SOO ODE SOPHO OC OP AAP OES ION,
and Commerce Minister, to Eng-| Africa ki bod shicl | 1% ‘
method of international settle- |“ er 4 ae _ cil, Yemaking body which (From Our Own Correspondent) | Reuter | »
then? land last winter He said that the Colonial Sees consists of five electeu, = ; | | % %s
e : 4 With the British Treasury's retary might get help from the c “ smheora with AN'TIGUA, J 12 | ys .
For observers in London the . ; 7 : 4 ive Nominated members wit: : . ; dba 1X ~
tae Hnk which Med ete 4 ,_|@ollar position showing steady| Empire Press Union——whix h has ernor having the casting Vhe Antigua C.D is} 1% %
uate nabcs wee ipl 1 ee sit improvement ince devaluation,| just concluded Conference in] vote engaged in solving an attempt to, W est Allies W ill 1%
ae en n : oo eran 3 {Mr. Howe was understood to have | Ottawa, Canada fynamite a truck-load of Mil : 5 , * *
e fat at ae ae hey sug it rite that son He added the Colonial Secre-} Manley, Leader of the Soci Reef workers ho narrow! . x
‘i . . : ant . ug 1 to Britain that some; i 1 nial Secre 1 ! Ww ' > Wn . i
Ne ag eee an oe Sa I} of restrictions imposed|tary might fortify himself withfist Party wants . fullest local) escaped being killed on their wa. | I rotest J oO R ussia | ss *
been linked at Ki oth y in thd on between the sterling] a responsible commission to in-| self-government with the ending|t,) work last Monday x *
Gromyko-Kelly talks ? . area and Canada should be pos-| vestigate the Pre in the Terri-fof the Governor's over-riding A hole three feet wide wi BERLIN, July 12 s *
: re sible. An agreement in principle| toric s: power in the Executive Council .| blown in Montpelier Road y Three Western Allies in Berlir | x ‘
External evidence both from|to make a start in the West Indic E.P.U Secretary, H, E. Turn- Bustamante promised th Hou €lfeet behind the truck, obvious! re considering protesting joint i ®
London and Moscow suggests this! was reached at that time } er told our corresponde nt he had} to-day to make an earl me on mistimed due to inaccurate esti to the Russians at continued in s c
is not so. But if Russia raises the| ,. ' : ir not heard of Eden westionfof his stand respec ting fu sf (mation of the truck’s spec: | terference a, ith mail waggon % x,
issue of Chinese represe tion at The West Indies tra question | but recalled the Imperial Press] government.—(Can ress.) The workers are seared owing| between West Berlin and th % ’ r ¥s
the UNO as a condition of explor- | Ws ona, of the prosunent issues) Conference’s recent resolution on to repeated ining Gy ‘atl iees British Zone, it was learned her. | % %
: 1 c . ' before irhament | autumn the responsibilit ? th ( - oe . to-day x ‘
ing peaceful solutions in Korea, aj)" neg de ‘. : k HO 4 ¢ 010 This is the second attempt a : 7 s ~
possibility w aS cannot be suid asi ‘i cp reas ee ae nial Press R I 0 ° od dynamite in recent weeks, The ' oat er oe yee " aR is { % x
out—this would automatically | #'4n e ‘ aes ¥e wt D age ? l(first oceasion was when ; time} ®pecia n me f 1% :
raise the whole issue of the Ameri- | Britis! Sovernment on. the: scor eas ve upre bomb a tiled te ' reg i Ww iid ie agen Eger ee ae ee | ion yop ’ ) 1v mp :
can declaration on Formosa and} that it was “throttling” Can ? esl 1} 93 ra | Police Statior WREGON carrying | mail : 1% ASSUR \N( | ( () Vik \\) | MUI EI) »
its internati mal repercussions | West Indies trade in a “dicta | J alley lorge 80 Islan 8 | . ae a ‘ ‘ Hanover in the British Zone ¢ >| ‘ FAI f L ‘i ” { , vb :
observers are convinced j ‘Orla manne . ae aa iiss od ‘ Berlin s ¥
: . she wiles L HONG KONG, July 12. | . ~ Paka she y
th : * mes pd ae: ota 4 teen, yey Orders th ard Reported Sunk Peking Radio reported tonight More Aggression German authorities here sail] Established 1821 x
ne orean inciden mere, tinds 4 ast , nile > > 19 %, .
> ” ‘ Jest -AN RP 1” that o 80 islands off the mouth . . Russian eld a total of 12 % h
officials and commentators injyears,” McLean said “the Wes } SAN FRANCISCO, July 12 nee eee ; p : : _ ° , ee eth ae E : sail SS :
agreement that from the interna- Indies have been obliged to follow; Unconfirmed ye ports ing} ‘ a Y aes ain Sey d oa Would Be Seriou vat Vs antes ere oe iii cam ta »
7 ’ ait t ese omn is WwW ane ding hi . ) oovi
tional point of view, Formosa may|the seemingly dictatorial instruc-|}bere today aid that the Jnited x a Jul 8 ‘The islands la S A h heckpo on the British-So . ‘
still proye to be the key probleni|tions from England as to what] State aircraft arrier Yalleyj “8V¥ on vuly ©. 2136 Ian ays Acheson egkpoint I % : :
of the situation which has arisen|rctions they will trade with. Or| Forge hic ‘heen scaueig, alley cast of Shanghai and north of y onal border tan % Business transacted includes :
> E ‘ ‘ 4 al n Kore \ puter sousan Islan e ‘ | : SCNT ; oC \ : " or
out of the Korean clash.—Reuter. @ on page 3 marin Korean water Reuter] > onalist troops there were “wiped ¥ ¢ ASHDaTON July 12 would soon cause chaos in Berli % ’ 1 ) : ) ' wn ‘
sas : siden cut”, the radio said.—-Reuter. Achar Pane. A cor, a postal administration, city off | Rk & iti RR AN 3
Acneson warnec O-night "loials admitted 4 ‘ .
ageression igainst Yugoslav : ete % *
‘ + would be of the utmost serious A West Berlin pokesm % {* . : > i . 2¢ thereby) ©
His Own Surgeon } ness. He had been asked at hi , 1 thi ifternoon W t tincluding Loss of Profit caused Nereny] .
weekly press conference to cor- eat a message to ti % .
RUSTNEBURG, Transvaal ment upon of troop ai Republic of West Ga 1% ’ x
J. T. P. Jonker, 92, recently| movements i garia ecm- asking them to adopt} s PE ] ( ( ) VATA ) b (ils TA v
operated or himself with 4) ingly directed against Yuyoslay al measure igainst Sorte % i l AL ! il X PATTUAULE ‘
ket ife to remove a bullet] Acheson replied he had e s through Western Ger- % .
t been lodged in his side!these re; V I any’ —Reuter. % ' 1 >
fia the Boer War. Wisplacing! comment < } falsit x including short period travel policies s
th half-inch bullet, he said that; He added that it w Seer ng \
; “
t hi not worried him until re-. obviou t ressior oi s g \
hen he falta sBatp sin| othe’ veee wil No Refund, Kither |§ BURGLAR
led to operate on hir th utmost > . } IL: v
(C.P —Reuter VICTORIA, B ¢ x ' .
W.C. Hudson, in search of e °
I vidnight gnach av vhat % ADT . %
r 7 7 thought w ’ % ART ‘
WOMAN FOUND DEAD | 888 MARINE :
‘ ‘
od | ; yra x ¢
ae Trvwy Y Yv 7 eg o x iiaieetpcaiipactila *
IN CANEFIEL GME | vain bring
4 § :
back rmey ~ .
‘4 y / ‘
nd tt ert % For part ars 3 y to the Local Agents .
LYING with face contort Manager of Canefield Plantation a % For particulars apply to ' wae .
black dres the e Police found a stab wound ne ' % ; . “ on *
eyes f 3 te : S.P. MUSSON SON & CO. LTD. 3
A ee andl | TIGHTEN UP x ,
( ie rt i e husband of the dead | Nt Braad Stren ‘
een arrests and | WASHINGTON, J * x
r ’ $ ¥
( abou’ 4 hargec t r | The | te state *. Z a seh j ‘
I e bo ’ pe ‘ nation | ® POE 227 lelephone +465 *
lice Station aft vas performe este by D * x
Geneva another weeder r. L. E. Clarke, and there wil and supplies. |\ ‘
The Police are about t t the 4 nt e \ ; ,



CAAA 4444 t ttt “4 4,4 CAS EEE OOOO OSES OOOO
ne Jeath to ec a yner in —Reuter 4, POMP CRCCOCOS ROBEY ¢5 ,



PAGE TWO



C
,
ZÂ¥IS EXCELLENCY t

na M <
ci ti Sé

a by Capt. W

he Gov-



compan I
attended the Annual Spe Day
of the St fichael’s Gir School

yesterday. Mrs, Say

ed the prizes

Cuke Expected To-day

qze present

ON. H. A. CUKE, O.B.E.,
M.L.C., one of the Barbados
delegates at the recent London
Sugar Taiks, is expected to arrive

from Trinidad this morning in-
transit from the United Kingdom
It is not yet known if Dr. H. G
Cummins, the other Barbados
delegate, will also be arriving
Double Coincidence!
A® AND MRS GEORGE
NM SHEEN Montreal de-
c'ded to go somewhere to cele-
brate their Silver Wedding An-
niversary and chose Barbados, By
strange coincidence Mr. and Mrs
Malcolm Laing fyom British Gui-
ena had the same idea, for they
too have been married for twenty
fiye years By another strange
coincidence they both booked at
the same Hotel 4
So the other afternoon there
were simultaneous celebrations
at Cacrabank where both couples
are staying, and the two happy
couples were toasted by the other
guests and each other—the toast
being, another twenty-five years
of health and happiness!

To Lecture in St. Lucia
R. AUBREY DOUGLAS-
SMITH, Resident Tutor, in

Barbados of the University Col-
lege of the West Indies left yes-
terday afternoon by B.W.1.A
for St. Lucia on a lecture tour for
the Extra Mural Department of
the University. He will be
for one week.

He will lecture on the
Shakespeare, Germany
and on. the Stars.

On a Week's Visit
R. DAVID EVANS Snr., left
yesterday afternoon by

B.W.I1.A. for St. Kitts on a short

visit. He will be away for one

week.





from

away

Life of
To-day

Returning This Afternoon
RS. ELSE THAYSEN, wife of

Dr. Thaysen, Head of the
Colonial Micro-Biological Re-
search Institute in Trinidad, ar-

rived here yesterday by B.W.LA.,,
accompanied by her two American
friends, Miss Susan Coultas and
Miss Emma Coultas, sisters. who
are from St. Louis. They have been
Mrs. Thaysen’s guests in Trinidad

They will shortly be returning
to the U.S,, but before they left
the W.I. they could not return
home without visiting Barbados,
even if it was only for a day.
They expect to return to Trinidad
this afternoon

Cricket Commons
HE Prime Minister, several
Cabinet Ministers and Denis
Compton were among those pre-
sent at a dinner given in the
House of Commons last week by
Sir Stanley Holmes, M.P., in hon-
our of Sir Pelham Warner, Presi-
dent of the M.C.C. The Prime
Minister proposed the toast to the
guest of honour, and “Plum” re-
plied. I expect the gathering
found difficulty in talking their
way round the defeat by the West

Indies at Lord's by 326 runs

Royal College

Gur CISLYN LAMBERT,

from Jamaica, was one of 500
nurses at a reception given by the
Royal College of Nurses at the
Guildhall last week. Chief guest
was Lady Mountbatten, who has
had a lifelong interest in nursing.
Sister Lambert is in London to
study at the Royal College for a

year.
Library Talk

R. ALBERT GOMES, chair-

man of the Trinidad Public
Library, Mr. Carlton Comma,
Librarian, and Mr, Quintin O’Con-
nor of the Management Committee
had an interview last week in
London with Sir Ronald Adam,
chairman of the British Council,
and discussed with him plans for
a series of lectures on adult edu-
cation in Trinjdad. They also had
lunch with Mr. Oxbury, British
Council Director for the Colonies

Calling





Intransit
I N@RANSI]1 om i a
t rda BW.I ”
t ul Vas
t fF i ne
toy refey Trinidad
| during the j few year
known ii rba ne told
that Football in Trinidad
had benefited great! from inc
coaching of Charl Bulger the
English professional. Bob has been
in Trinidad since 1946, and he
hopes to continue refereeing on
his return.to England

Another intransit passenger

irom Trinidad yesterday was Mr
Cuthbert ;Marshalk, Max Facto:
representative in the W.I
Left Yesterday
M‘ and. Mr Tony’ Lewis
und their two children left
tor Trinidad yesterday afternoon
by B.W.LA. Mr. Lewis will be
away for about ten days in con-
nection with the new Catholic

Church in Port-of-Spain, the pro-

posed site being opposite the
Co wry Club
Mrs. Lewis and the two chil-

dren will be remaining in Trinidad
for about three weeks on holiday,

staying with Mr. Lewis’ parents.
Landy’s Brother
R. and Mrs. Jose de Mont-
brun arrived from Trinidad
on Tuesday by B.W.I.A. They
were accompanied by two chil-

dren and are staying at the Hast-
ings Hotel: Mr, de Montbrun, who
is a Director of Grell and Co., in
Trinidad is a brother of Mr. Landy
Montbrun, now well known in
3arbados ‘since his recent visit
with the Jeffrey’s Beer Show

Mr. de Montbrun expects to
be here for four or five days, and
Mrs. de Montbrun and the chil-
dren may stay on for a longer
holiday.

Malvern’s President
R. and Mrs James E
Grosvenor returned to Trini-

dad yesterday afternoon by
B.W.1,A. Mr. Crosvenor is the
President of the Malvern Foot-
ball Club, and he and his wife
arrived here with the team
which recently toured Barbados

Here For Two Weeks
ISS BERNICE and _ Sheila
Etienne arrived from Dom-

inica on Tuesday by B.G. Airways,
to spend two weeks’ holiday in
Barbados, staying at the Hotel
Windsor.



CROSSWORD



23. The solver of this, (3)

24. Bovine colour. (3) ;
Solution of yesterday's pueshe.—— Across:

1, Milky Way 9, Noise; 11, Foe; 12, Star-

hight; 3, Tanker; 14, Gayer; 16, Ace;

17, } 20, Algrettes; 2: reams ;

Down: 1 and 20, Muster

uit; 2 Entaglio; i, 4 ard ;

1 bowh:

Across

1. Onavatiable to all. (3, 8, 3)

8. Sure prate for a change, about
bpenings. (9)

11. Two of @ Kind, (4)

12. Thus, (2)

12a. Reply paid. (2)

13. Indicates help wanted. (3)

14, rae blow. (3)

15, In Bally weekly intelligence re-
bort. (3)

16. Coastal problem, (7)

17, Per. (2) 18. Short street. (2)

9. Men not admitted here. (7)

1. Duet say once weekly. (7

24. Us in short. (2)

25. Tried to attempt to have « gol

(9)
a6. aye to cost the Gzes part.
i Down

1. An action to avoid, (5, @
2. 1 Down 1s never this. (9)
3. If we this we'd never meke a 1

Down | (8)
4. Stumble snort journeys. (5)
5. Where you may catch a 9 Down.
1. Welrd—sounds iiks © ake (5)
. —s0' ‘s ea
18 See 5 Down. pat i mines
. ardeners use em,
20 Employ. (3) -

22. German tag, (8)



Korea’s
Joan Of Are

slcW YORK





Tac i une Ycs of Louise
Yim-——Kici ea’ Are”
hi flashed with more horror,
but never with mor orrow nh
they do t8-day

That's because Miss Yim, for
32 years a spark in hex countrys
flaming fight for independence, i
Stranded in New York.

“We expected she said,
“but never this soon. I came ,
America for a rest before 1!
attack, which we in South Kore
expected would come in August
or September

“And one day after I arrive

it happened!”
Miss Yim says she

rill no

cut the war. She will return to
Tokyo as soon as she can book
passage, and from there she j
sure she can be transported to

Korea, where she is President of
Chuntant University on the Han
River.

“On Han River,” she says,
shaking her head from side to side
almost mechanically, “where no
one knows what frightful things
are happening.”

The little woman, garbed in a
flowing organdie skirt and the silk
brocade jacket typical of Orientai
fashion, spoke her fears in the
offices of the Korean Consulate in
New York, where her name is as
familiar as that of President
Syngman Rhee

She was first rucognized by
Koreans as a_ saviour in 1918,
when at the age of 18 she formed
the country’s first “Suicide Squad”

their aim, to sabotage Japanese
rule of Korea. (Japan overlorded
Korea from 1905 till 1945.)

She had been born to a well-

to-do Christian family and her
schooling had been largely con-
cerned with faith in God and
humanity

“But I couldn't,” she recalls,
“tolerate this rule longer. We In
Korea wanted more than any-
thing else to be free and inde-
pendent, and they robbed us of

our name, our flag, our culture!”

The Korean leaders of 1918
feared bloodshed in their uprising,
so 33 of their leaders met and
rew up a “Korean Dec'!aratic
of Independence” and then gave
themselves up to the Japanese for
execution Risking her I'fe,
Louise Yim carried many copies
of the declaration on her person,
travelled throughout the country
distributing them.

“I was caught,
seys blandly “They beat me
with clubs and tortured me. 1
decided if I lived to be free I must
come to America and learn whet
to do—more—for my people.”

Louise was freed six months
later but her parents, peaceful
again because she was home,
refused to give their consent te
her leaving. “So,” she says, “I
went on a hunger strike. For a
week I ate nothing. They said
‘all right—go, go.’

Back in Korea in 1933, she be-
came General Secretary of the
Y.W.C.A. for a short time, but
she “wanted to help people so
much more widely” that she wis
dissatisfied. Several months later,
she discovered a, girls’ school se
heavily in debt that she could
buy it on $30,000 in savings from
her American fruit and vegetable ,
dealings. |

During the last war, she be-
came one of the trio of leaders
in the underground movement.
She ran her school by day and
distributed leaflets at night.

Immediately after the war, she
organ‘sed the “Women's Nation-
alist Party” to give the women
of Korea a place in the political
life of the nation. More than |
100,000 women joined up, and}
their work came to a head when |
the Americans and Russians met
at Seoul after the war to solve
the differences between them and
open the border at the 30th
Parallel.

It was a night in January, 24
degrees below zero, and she
brought five thousand women to
the building where the meeting
took place—to protest division of
the country.

of course,” she

“Much has happened since
then,” she sighs. “We lost that
fight and so now we are

fighting.”"—ILN.S.



BY THE WA

N the publicity for the 1951
Fegtival something has been
missing. We all knew what it was.
Nothing is any good today without
beautiful “hostesses” in uniform

So there's to be a “nation-wide
campaign,” which will also be
called a crusade, to find the right
women to “Dispel irritation and
weariness.” And who is better
fitted to be the Queen of these
Aceglamorettes than Mimsie Slop-
corner? She is not startlingly
beautiful, but she is the perfect
type of this modern nonsense, and
knows exactly the sort of drivel
she is exy ed to talk. In fact, I
think the Festival Hostesses should
be called “The Slopeorner Girls”



or “The Mimsicles.” Given nylon
stockings and the hostess smile,
they should be able to lure any

amount of foreign visitors to the
top of the Shot Tower for a view
of the new Government building
on the opposite bank, or into the
cafeteria (milk cocktails at all
hours), or to the stalls where Brit-





| ENJOY THE FINEST!



By

ish honey is displayed in little tins

for export.

Suet’s New Filing System
HE most frequent question
asked is this: If there’s an

overflow of categories from one
sub-division into another before
the average has been struck, which
letter does the overflow come un-
der? Suet replies that this is im-
possible. If the average has not
been struck, the categories re-
main as they were, and the differ-
entiation is by letters, not by sub-
jects, each sub-division being ac-
counted for as it is dealt with.
This does not mean, in all cases,
that the entire correspondence un-
der one letter must necessarily be
in the same sub-division, but it
does mean that every category ac-
counted for has to be dealt with
before the average is struck. It is
from the average itself that the
component parts fall into their
places, so that all doubtful ques-
tions are solved by reference to
the letters and subjects to which



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the figures refer. This can be veri- |
fied by ing any practical ex
ample. A series of letters on, s
allocations of bitumen from a Mrs
Dubbold will come either under B
or D before the average is struck.
All that the average does to affect
such a case is to put D or B for B
or D. Therefore there is no
change, except in the order of the
letters For filing purposes this
makes no difference, whatever the
reference figure, unless it is speci-
fically stated that the figure is im-
material to a single case of this
sort,

Mrs. Moffleton’s Grievance

DpDr& Sir,
Is ‘it not disgraceful to see

strong, able-bodied young
sitting in buses while dogs have
to stand? I think conductors
should be empowered to request
passengers to offer their seats to
elderly dogs.







men

Yrs. faithfully,
(Mrs.) H. Moffleton.




$995666666664

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ADVOCATE



BARBADOS
wiih cea





THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1950



~~ An HOW) Sri “Une Wtcaye ver ~~



You save heard of the bee-

in fine green silk cord, the veil
tatcher veil: here is its st e

is worn with a shallow, oval









rersion, the birdcage veil. Mad | bonnet of moss green milan
®
wuestion Wee
O B d Housewives
eas ;
Guide
Has that disquieting problem
come up in YOUR happy home PRICES for Pines and
yet a oe Cucumbers in the local mar-
Twin beds or a double bed? ket when the “Advocate
Viennese couples, it appeared checked yesterday were :

Pines: 24 cents, 36 cents
and 48 cents.

Cucumbers: 6 cents per
Ib.

to-day, have it down pat.

An extensive newspaper poll of
several hundred married persons
came up with this conclusion:

Where you sleep depends on
how long you’ve been married.

According to the findings of the
newspaper “Weltam Montag,”
there are three “phases of devel
opment.”

1.—Immediately after the hon
eymoon, young couples prefer twin



B.B.C. Radio
Programme



beds because — according to the THURSDAY. JULY i% 1950
poll—of “aesthetic reason.” It new
i “ q » New 7,10 a.m ew
found newlyweds still are ‘“em- 7 a.m The News; A ae Nee
; a j e # alysis; a , i
barrassed” by the “many things ae The Piano for Pleasure; 7.45 a.m
they have to hide from each Generally Speaking; 8 a.m. From the
y Gene i
other.” Editorials; 8.10 a.m. Programme Parade
4 " i ri “bet 15 a.m. Pavilion Players; 8.30 a.m
2.—The middle group, the “bet+ :. en Md OS a.m, British
ter trained couples,” eventual} jristerpieces; 9 a.m. Close Down; 1:
get around to the double bed polig: noon The News; 12.10 p.m ew
of view because “inhibitions” haVe Analysis; 12.15 p.m, Programme Parac
is re i ‘tant, the 12.18 p.m, Jerseu International Roac
vanished, More important, feae. sada. cit AR Da
double bed “becomes a conversa~ j'ir. in Britain; 1.15 p.m, Radio News-
tion room” where they talk things ;eel, 1.30 p.m Much Binding in th
ar be » retiring. Marsh; 2 p.m. The News; 0 p.m
“ pesare: Teeine ri”? th }] Home News from Britain; 2.15 p.m
‘Beyond good or evil,’ the po rts Review; 2.30 p.m, Ring up the
discovered, “they stick together, Cry. 330 pm Twenty Question
putting up with everything — 4 p.m. The News, 4.10 pm alga
re -eth— ashing ¢ a . Service; 4.15 p.m wove .from ve ’
snores, teeth- gnas 1ing and 3 a.m Servier 4.45 p.m. Rendezvous Players
smoking periods. * 5 p.m 3 Listeners’ Choice; 5.15 p.m
3.—Old married couples, it W@S programme Parade; 5.30 p.m. Listeners
reported, want their separate beds Choice; 6 p.m June Byre; 6.15 2 m
i They want, above all, Pride and Prejudice; 6.45 p.m. Merchan
Senin . 3 af ‘ is. Navy Newsletter; 7 p.m The News
solitude that comes with “undis— 7.10 pin. News Analysis; 7.18—7.%
turbed slumber.” p.m. Cricket Report on WI. vs.
The pollsters found one couple [eicestershire; 7.30 AB p m. Wes
who have licked all obstacles by Indian Rendezvous with Errol \

Ceribbear Trio; 8 p.m. Radio Newsree







maintaining two bedrooms, One€ 45°, im. Life in Britain; 8.30 p.m
with a double bed, one with twin x; Gardener; 8.55 p.m. From the
beds Editorials; ai Bor “ Village, “Wooing
ai i 5 erlude ; par » News
Said the couple: “Which bed- ate rig ninterluae: 10.15 p.m. The
room we choose depends on our Perro? Mitchell Gloe Club; 10.45. pn
moods No one ever tak@S Special Dispatch; 11 p.m, The Piano
offenc —I.N.S. @ for Pleasure



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Bub ABBOTT and Lou COSTELLO in

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giene
beyond that
than good.—(C.P.)

Miranda—40

i \ fl

Rupert and

e







Rupert lifts Miranda down and
shuts the cupboard door. “ My



nothing to her and | wish I'd never

come!"’ Rupert looks thoughtful.

lans have gone wrong.” says ‘* You'd have been better off with
Miranda, st ing her foot angrily. jJennifer,"" he murmurs. She
“I wanted > bene to a princess, would have though: the world of

you. But how can | get you away
to the rower ? I've lost my way in
rhat secret passage.”

but I wanted her to love me, and |
wanted to be her favourite. This,
princess has too many dolls.

I mean



TO-NIGHT at 8.30

a The Clown Princess of Screen and hadio
JOAN DAVIS is

: ’ ‘

in “HE'S MY GUY
with DICK FORAN, IRENE HERVEY, FUZZY KNIGHT

A Universal Picture

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° Commenc ing Friday 14t
sol Errol FLYNN—Olivia De : ce
“THE CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE

BRUSHING TEET H A Warner Bros. Picture

WELLINGTON, N.Z eS

London Express Serviem HAVILLAND







Brushing teeth after every meal],
drink makes them more sus-f}
ptible to dental decay. This is
e conclusion reached after a
Hewat
committee of the
Medical Research
Hewat says there is
level of dental hy-
excessive brushing
do more harm

POP APPS

SPOCOCDVODODPOODO GVO ODDDOP 9 POPPOPDPP PPP OO

PLAZA Wed. & Thurs.—5 & 8.30 p.m

WARNER'S THRILL DOUBLE !
Ronald REAGAN-—Shirley TEMPLE in

“THAT HAGEN GIRL”

also John WAYNE and “DUKE” the Miracle Horse in
ad
“HAUNTED GOLD’

the dental
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and

may

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Friday 14th



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GANETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES

WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY 8.30 p.m
WARNER'S EXCITING DOUBLE BILL!

“I BECAME A CRIMINAL”

with Trevor HOWARD—Sally GRAY and

“VALLEY of the GIANTS

Wayne MORRIS—Claire TREVOR—Alan HALE





ROYAL (Worthings)



Last 2 Shows To-Day

5 & 8.30

Action Packed Double
George Raft in - - -

“INTRIGUE”
and
William Boyd as Hopalong
Cassidy







Sunday —g.30 p.m. Matinee

Friday, Saturday, Sunday 56 -m
WARNER'S HIT JOHN GARFTELD in “DUST
—

in BE MY DESTINY
“THE MARAUDERS”



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FRIDAY NITE at 8.30_
“CARACAS NIGHT”



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To-Day last 2 shows
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United Artists Presents
“AFRICA SCREAMS”




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Clyde Beatty

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Last 2 shows To-day
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THURSDAY, JULY 13, 195



Pilgrim Statue
Leaves To-day







THE Statue of Our Lady ; oes Dae missing for the past 10
tima, hich arrived in ar or >
t The Sloop is reported to have
s oO indé leave awelt F
oes Se ae ae t ‘ Mn left Tobago on Monday, July 3, > ry.
a a A Se Gee a cs — for the fishing banks off the East e S i eq Ss
before it arrives in British Gt Coast of Trinidad
Oh approximately August 22:
. oa " ‘ keep a sharp lool nut ff t , 3

The statue was broughi here an ee h o r . e Ber TWO sentences, a three-year and a five-year, to run con-

by Rev. Fr. Patrick Moore, of the . P, x , : ven

Scarboro Foreign Mission Society
in Canada. Although he has ynly

been here four days, in that tiny the local shipping authorities by Acting Chief Justice. Batson pleaded guilty of having re-
many Barbadians have seen and nl aaa Harbour Master of — ogivail a Raleigh bicycle on March 10 although he knew it
hea t r \ “esse. bag ; ‘ ’ :
heard this man, who dressed in had been stolen. He also pleaded guilty of being a habitua:
a white robe and speaking in a criminal :
soft Canadian accent has been . =
telling the story of Fatima since Embezzlement ti. The three-year eg pon ah
he joined the Second Pilgrimage OFFI WAL servitude, | v for the Ia y
Cc

in December 1947

Fr. Moore is
thirty-nine years
Ordained in 1s

a Canadian, born
in Ontario
has been in

ago

4, he



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE





Sloop Mi issing Court Of Grand Sessions:

THE

“Josephine

10-ton
A

Canadian Sloop
with its crew of 8



All ships have been asked t

black and white
This information was cabled to



ALONZA GASKIN a caretaker,
of Club Willow, and a servant of
A. G. Pile was, yesterday sen-
tenced to two months’ hard labour,
and another month's hard labour

Habitual Criminal

seutively were yesterday imposed on Darwin Batson at the
Ceurt of Grand Session, by His Honour Mr. G. L. Taylor,

while the five-year,



preventive de-



tention, was for being a habitual

DENIES

criminal

The bicycle which was the prop-



HUBBUCK’S

PAGE THREE







Cant Japan, Sante Domingo and when he was found guilty by REI AXA TION erty of Charles Farley was valued
see with the Foreign Mission Magistrate C. L. Walwyn for the $68. Batson had four previous
ciety . - % , 5 3
y: e ame 2 . 2a’ Fr ’ 1 convictions for larceny and besides

He was in China for a year in ormeroment (of A8s. ita, 2, © oe ae

1936, and then went to Van-
couver and other parts of British
Colombia. In 1944 he was sent to
Santo Domingo returning to Can-






from A. G. Pile on June 19. The
sentences are to run concurrently.



Reckless Dri ving

these instructions trade has
steedily been diverted away from
Canada to other countries,
whether they belong to the Com-

others,
feit coins.

one for

uttering counter-
One of the previous
convictions was for the larceny of
a bicycle in 1948 ana he was then

GREEN No. 112

Throughout the globe from the tropies to











; 7 monWealth or not. Even the dol- sentenced to 12 months’ imprison- A 7 : eee, t
ada in 1947 on leave ‘ lars we have spent for sugar and ment with hard labour } the frozen North, HUBBUC K's PERMA
th 2 i on May 13th of that year, FOR driving a motor car X933 bauxite ore from which alumin- H first. ct A; romekaaialie } NENT GREEN PAINT enjoys a hig!
é = m > £ agcac) . " > © > e > ‘Ss “nharger ‘ naay s ‘ . .
ee Fatima. ners ee a Bocktoy eckless manner along jum is made have been diverted valttc the este ae ae Sept reputation for its weather-resisting quali-
tte a goo eer Os Far ap Rockley Road, which is a public from Canada. y woe possible all through Europe to the highway, on May 30, Clifford it saeane + te Aid but he pleaded “not guilty”. M lies and relia ity under the t &
borders of Russia, to bring people Gooding f Chancery Lane, yp witations shovid hem ene Reece K.C., Solicitor General, who climatic conditions.
back to prayer: to pray for peace sGoding nancery Lane, representations should be made to prosecuted on behalf of the
ant thi annvess a ee Christ Chureh, was fined £3 to be the Government in England that «. ‘accepted his plea on the F 4 al 1 it is daily ving
and the conversion of Russia. The paid in 14 days or in default the West melds teens eh. Crown, accepted his plea on the At heme and abroad it is daily proving
Goehand for the statue from the undergo 2 months’ imprisonment, jarge extent, the bread and butter ne count, receiving stolen itself, in a thousand different ways, the
Bishops ir ope was res : 4 , ad a 5
ther its y “teak Bhat log vais when he appeared before Magis- of the maritime provinces, anc is Minh told. Batsen that he most durable of all
there to be a second Pilgrimage trate C. L. Walwyn. Before that we in this country should be used to associate himself with PERMANENT GREENS
to travel through the U.S.A.. sak doethian a _ oe consulted and given some con- ¢rjminals and he was claimed to
On December 8ti 947 . oo nooding that the offence was sideration before seemingly dic- je ¢ bad character -
Moore ‘etunn tae ec Dilgrins. of a serious nature and warned tatorial demands are made on the ree : Agents—FRANK 8B ARMSTRONG LTD
age in Buffalo and worked with it him to be very careful in the West Indies to divert their trade ALFRED LEWIS was sentenced
right down the U.S., until it future. from Canada.’ to two years’ imprisonment with
— Lafayette in Louisiana eee cae = fan 6 6
in March 1948. He ‘as 3 re. e y J f
called to take heads oe ‘ann a ; Pl 2 d O B d In Touch With Barbados Raleigh bicycle. The bicycle was DOCTORS SAY:
Pilgrimage For, as in sah elie ae ace n on the property of Albert Baker,

was valued $81.60 and was stolen
on June 6

Coastal Station

the first pilgrimage the demand

; MAGISTRATE G. B.
for the story of Fatima was just

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all last year he was in the I Ss e os N ~s
on the second pilgrimage small boys, and men not so small, the other hand there are mangoes ‘Bi Boateres sometime gone.

drifted down-the river in canoes. in abundance and these fetch

In January, 1950, he rejoined @! ) ;
, The tide was high, and river mul- prices ranging from one penny to

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the was

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Thursday, July 13, 1950

EMIGRATION

PUBLIC attention in Great Britain
where emigration has been discussed for
many years has this week been reminded
of the population problem in the West
Indies and the need for planned emigra-
tion as a solution to that problem. That
service has been performed by a Barba-
dian, Mr: C. W. W. Gteenidge, who has
served in the West Indies, West Africa
and British Honduras and is now Secretary
of the Anti Slavery Society whose interest
in the West Indies is too obvious to require
any stress.

This newspaper has long been comment-
ing on the closing of doors against emi-
grants from the West Indies. The recent
hint by Mr. Kenneth Thompson that it was
likely that the doors of the United States
would be closed still further as a result of
investigation by a five man commission was
sufficiently serious to warrant an. appeal
to the Caribbean Commission to put the
case for the West Indies to the United States
Government.

Mr. Greenidge goes one step further. He
suggests in his letter to the Times that the
question of population problems in the
Colonial Empire should be the subject of
discussion’ by the forthcoming _ inter-
national conference which will study
methods of absorbing Western Europe in
other parts of the world. _He points out
that the United Kingdom and the United
States are responsible for the welfare of
large numbers of West Wndian people who
are also in great need of planned emigra-
tion.

It. should have been unnecesary for Mr.
Greenidge to have made this point; but it
does seem to need the strongest emphasis.
At the present moment Great Britain with
nearly 50 million people cramfgned on that
island, offers encouragement to many to
emigrate to certain Dominions and pro-
vides the necessary facilities. In the case
of the West Indies, however, in which a
Royal Commission has laid it down that
in any plan for emigration these colonies
should have priority, there is a continued
indifference to the fact that people are
being confined to the Caribbean. No effort
has even been made to plan emigration
within the Commonwealth with its vast
unoccupied areas.

A Socialist Government holding out to
its supporters the ideal of a planned econ-
omy might well recognise the benefits of
planned population movements which
would relieve the pressure on some areas
while it would increase the production of
others and improve the economy of the
whole.

Great Britain as a large colonising pow-
er cannot be concerned at an international
conference in discussing population prob-
lems unless the need for colonial peoples
to move freely within the Commonwealth
is first established.

Here in the West Indies the Evans
Report remains a dead letter while the
vast uncharted lands of British Guiana
and the uncultivated fields of British
Honduras await the advent of the agricul-
turist; while Barbados with her 1,100 to the
square mile, hope for a revived outlet in
the United States of America.

It is not only in the West Indies that
planned emigration can be put into effect.
There are areas in the Dominions and other
parts of the Empire where West Indians
could be of help to themselves and to the
Mother Country. The resources of these
seattered islands are not sufficient to sup-
port at any desirable standard, the three
million and a half people who now live
in them.

Planned emigration will go a long way
towards solving the problems which now
face the West Indies, but it must begin
within the Empire before any just claim
can be made for international consider-
ation and relief.





Tradesmen To Royalty

LONDON.
armed might is re-
expert observers to-

largely unknown
cuantity with some promise for
ine future but capable of only
very limited help for the present.

The defence picture in recent
months has been dominated by
reports of sensational new devel-
epments in aireratt and in anti-
submarine projects. But in most
cases, the development is only in
ihe experimental stage.

Britain's military, naval and air
forces are not large and they are
spread very thin’ because of com-
tmitments in Malaya, Hong Kong
end elsewhere in the Common-
wealth. Like the United States,
Britain demobilized to the bone
after World War il.

The latest figures made available
by the government showed a
total of 725,100 men and women
under arms 140,600 in the
navy, 381,800 in the army and
202,700 in the Royal Air Force.
Budget figures given to Parlia-
ment this year contemplated
slight personnel reductions,

The Royal Navy’s strength
shaped up this way:

Battleships — none on active
duty; five in reserve or being
used for training and experimen-
tal work. They include the
42,500-ton Vanguard and four
ships of the King George V class
displacing 35,000 tons, the King
George V, Duke of York, Anson
and Howe.

Fleet aircraft — one, the 23,000-
ton Implacable, on active duty:
Victorious and Illustrious in
training; Indefatigable, Indomita-
ble and Formidable, in reserve.
Fach of the ships is believed to
carry a normal complement of
more than 60 planes.

Light fleet aircraft carriers—
four on active duty — the Ven-
geance. Theseus, Glory and

Brijain’s
garded by
day as a

stevens enatitenceaabadln tastier tome Biting DN ieaiini



There are times when very
grave issues arise from the exam~
ination of comparatively small
incidents. This was the case with
the debate on education which
took place when the House of
Assembly last met on July 4. A
token resolution for one dollar
was sent down to the House in

order to ascertain whether the
Government should supply an-
other specialist teacher at the

Lodge School. And it was on the
discussion of this dollar that the
educational system, its adminis-
tration and its effect on the life
of the community came in for
minute and critical examination.
The trend of debate made it
plain, if nothing else, that there
is igeneral dissatisfaction over the
matter and it was left to the ex-
Attorney General, now _ senior
member for St. James to give ex-
pression to the views of the entire
House, There could be no greater
indication that something was
radically wrong than to find Mr.
Adams (Leader of the Govern-
ment and totally opposed politi-
cally to Mr, Walcott) not only
agreeing with his expression of
view but thanking him for his
speech. And this is the “sum
total” of what Mr. Walcott said:
“We are not getting adequate re-
turns for the money we now spend
on education and something must
be done about it. It is our duty
to do it.”

Mr. Walcott rekindled some of
that old refreshing fire of his
youthful days in the House.
“One could not however help
thinking that Mr. Adams had
j waited for someone else to ex-
press something which he had had
in mind for several weeks. He
promised some time ago to “take
more interest in education.” Now
Mr. Adams is himself a Barbados
Scholar of 1918, an Oxford Grad-
uate, Leader of the Government
land’ responsible for education,
and a Member of the Council of
the University College of the West
Indies. It is clear that he could

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Hope For Ke

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

ky Milton Kaplan

Triumph, each displccing me:
than 13,000 tons ana carrying 39
to 44 aircraft; the Ocean is being
usec in training, and the Warr orc
is in reserve i
Escort carriers — Britrjn has
one, in reserve, the Campania,
displacing 12,450 tons and carfy-
ing 20 planes. :
Cruisers -- there are 14 in ‘he
ective fleet; 12 more in reserve
und three more under construc-

tion,

Destroyers —- 34 on active duty,
79 in reserve, eight under con-
struction,

Frigates — 27 active; 128 in

reserve or training. .
Britain also has 32 submarines
on active duty and 34 in reserve,
and a total of 66 minesweepers.
The 1950-51 naval construction
programme is limited generally to
minor types of ships.

In naval aircraft, one of Brit-
ain’s big hopes now is_ the
“Supermarine Attacker,” which

can fly at around 600 miles per
hour and could carry two 1,000-
pound bombs or four 300-pound
rockets, The plane is in produc-
tion,

There have been no recent
figures on the numbers of RAF
planes in service, but this much
is known:

All day fighter and ground at-
tack squadrons outside the British
Isles are now equipped with jet
planes, except those in the Far
East. Orders have been placed
for a new jet fighter, the Venom,
capable of 600 miles an hour and
of operating at “extreme alti-
tudes.” But few of these are
expected before 1951.

Orders also have been placed for
a new jet night fighter, the D.H.
113, enough to equip al) existing
night fighter squadrons and ex-
pand the night fighter force,

Hy John Hull

not but be intensely interested in
education and _ his statement
promising to take more interest
was but another instance of habit-
val putting off, probably because
of having too much to do, How
he achieves anything without
secretarial help is beyond the
comprehension of many _ people.
But now that he has heard a little
more and realises that he has so
strong a following anything can
happen to help education in this
island.

Mr. Walcott registered a pro~
found condemnation of super-
annuation and made a_ point

which one of his opponents had
raised. He thought it the wrong
answer to the problem of over-
crowding in schools to say that
because some children developed
late they were to be put out of
school, He was querulous of the
abandonment of the agricultural
science course at Harrison Col-
lege. Here he found support by
Mr. Mapp who denounced the in-
troduction of what he called for-
eign methods in our , educational

system.
It was interesting to find that
the spirit of the House was

moulded, kept aflame and guided
by the sentiments of Mr. Walcott
in this fine speech. And it was
done without rancour or any
thrust at anyone. And here the
thought occurred to me again that
if at any time of their political
career Mr, Adams and Mr. Wal-
cott ever came together and
thought alike, they would carry
everything before them. It is a
combination which could benefit
this island immensely,

The debate was useful in many
ways. Besides diagnosing the ills
of the present it caused honour-
able members to reflect on past
mistakes and gave them an oppor-

tunity to guard against future
blunders, And here is one ine
stance which covers all three
points. It was mentioned that

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Britain's Armed Mish Student

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roumed that Eri ain’s nghter
command stiensth wa peiug
coubled ard reports were that th<
pian “is proceeding.”

The Glost Aircraft Co., Lrd..
also claims that its twin-engined
eteor is the “most versa ile jet;
aireraft in the wor!d”, but most}

cetails are still secret and there |
has been no invlication the plene
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One of Dritain’s most promising !
new planes, the twin-jet Canberra |
Lomber, has gone flying trials. But Canberra |
seuadrons will not be in service |
until 1951,

Meanwhile, Britain's main |
bomber reliance is on the B-29!
Superforts provided by the United
States, and on Wellington, Lan-
caster and Lincoln planes, all re-
garded as obsolete.

In land troops, Britain has
along with its regular forces.
$2,500 men in the ‘Territorial
Army, ‘Their main job in the
event of war would be to man
anti-aircraft and coastal defences
and support the civij defence @r-
ganization which now numbers
about 30,000 men and women,

Among the new developments

which Britain has been talking
about recently are:
A “homing torpedo”, which

secks out an enemy submarine, it
sets its own course and then heads
for a target, It is dropped from a
plane and travels in narrowing
circles until it finds its target.
The “submarine killer” plane
GR17, all that has been said about
it thus far is that it has secret
devices to detect and destroy
submarines. Considerable pro-
gress also is being made in the
development of the faster, wider-
vanged, and _ peroxide driven
submarines,
—LN.S

Codrington College had supplied
many of the teachers for the West
Indies during past years. That
ought to be sufficient to indicate
that the College should not be
allowed to become merely the
theological institute which is be-
ing aimed at. Somebody slipped
up when the Classical faculty of
the University College of the West
Indies was not put at Codrington.
It is less use to Barbados or the
West Indies to produce men who



sit a G.O.C. examination and
then become an L.Th. than to
produce others like H. A. M.

Beckles, O. E. Jones, Rawle Jor-
dan, the late P. W. A. Chenery,
G. A. Prescod and others now
eerving in various schools in the
West Indies. The classical faculty
at the College must not be allowed
to dwindle, We should have done
less than justice to our reputation
for educational progress and will
deny future generations an oppor-
tunity to make use of those facil-
ities which hitherto kept Barba-~
dos great among the other islands
of the West Indies.

Education in Barbados needs
not only careful study but a dras-
tic overhaul. It has missed the
strong hand of Howard Hayden.
The great mistake was to have
introduced super annuation with~
out having first made sure that
each child went to school at the
same age; which means compul-
sory education. Removal from
classical study should be alterna-
tive to study at technical or voca-
tional schools but to abandon a
child because he is thirteen or
fourteen is to pronounce a curse
upon him. As Mr. Walcott point-
ed out, if it is once known that ne
had to leave school super-annu-
ated then there is no job for him.
Again, we are venturing on an-
other piecemeal scheme by fixing
up Primary Schools without first
having Junior Schools or Kinder-
garten.

The debate was enlightening
and if Mr. Adams keeps his
promise, then there is still hope
for education in Barbados,



Britain’s Strike Fever Spreads

LONDON.

Strike fever is spreading among
Britain’s major industries fo)low-
ing the relaxation of the wage
freeze policy imposed by Chan-
cellor of the Exchequer Sir Staf-
ford Cripps.
Nearly 1,500 truck drivers, em-
ployéd in London's Smithfield
meat market which supplies most
of London's 8,000,000 population,
struck June 25 for a $2.66 weekly
increase,

Nearly 3,000 porters, meat
packers and poultry workers
joined the strikers in sympathy.
London’s 5,500 butcher shops
were without fresh meat last
week-end but 3,000 troops thrown

For young
Charlie there is



water machine manufacturer.”

into the meat market by Food
Minister Maurice Webb, distri-
buted enough corned beef to en-
sure dinners for most Londoners.
Miners in Lanarkshire, Scot—
land, coalfield struck for a $1.66
weekly increase. Over 10,000
miners were affected and 43
colleries idle. Union officials
feared the strike would soon
threaten other coal fields.

The President of the Union of
Mineworkers, Sir William Law-
ther, warned officials to be on
guard against Communist propa-
ganda and “the insidious campaign
the Communists are waging to
arouse distrust and suspicion
among the workers.”

Bonnie Prince

a “purveyor of -

Glasgow’s bus and streetcar de-
pots were snarled by a strike of
nearly 500 drivers and engineers
who protested against the alleged
eppointment of an unqualified
foreman,

Banbury, Oxford, Branch of the
Nationalized British Railway stag-
ed an unofficial strike because of
a limited degree of relaxation of
welfare conditions.

But no widespread pay increases
can be expected, Cripps warned in
the House of Commons. He said:

“We cannot afford anything but
a Imited degree of relaxation of
the very rigid standards laid down
after devaluation. There is still
a great need for restraint.”

—LN:S.





Tourists

AMeRICAN students travelling ia
Europe — although generally regarded
ac ‘ poer cousins” amcng American tour-

ists— re helping to peur dollars into the

Contivent in much larger sums than

generally recognized. |

By Col. Theodore J. Pozzy

PARIS.
When Economic Co-operation Administra-
tion established a Travel Development
Section, there was a tendency, in the Mar-
shall Plan countries as well as in the U.S
travel trade, to minimise the importance of
student travel as a dollar earner.

Quick to realize, that on the contrary,
student tourism was a very important phase
of tourism both from the cultural and
educational viewpoint, a special department
was established to promote student travel
from the U.S. to Europe,

In 1949, a general survey was made of
tourists departing from Europe, bound for
the U.S.A. It appears from this survey that
the third largest occupational group to travel
to Europe was students and that each student
spent an average of $600, exclusive of fare,
compared to $775,spent by other tourists
(also exclusive of fare money.)

To those who argued that student tourism
brought but few dollars to the European
economy, the publication of these findings
refuted their arguments.

While E.C.A. is interested in the financial
contribution of student tourism to the
European economy, it is also interested in
the psychological factors which the youth
movement, more than any other occupational
group, is able to bring to the Marshall Plan
countries,

Our American youths, with their quick
friendliness and their eagerness to learn,
are our best ambassadors of good will. Our
youths of today are the statesmen and policy
makers of our country in the years to come
and the better their understanding of Europe,
the greater is the chance of maintaining a
united world. It is therefore the aim of
E.C.A. to encourage and promote student
tourism.



At present, however, there is one great
barrier to the development of the youth
movement : the high cost of transportation
across the Atlantic. Our American youths
do not demand luxury liners at rates beyond
their means. They are willing to put up
with austerity accommodations provided they
can get them at a reasonable price.

So far very little has been done to fill this
demand. Every year, thousands of students
are prevented from travelling to Europe for
this reason only. They are not simply pre-
vented from making a trip, they are pre-
vented from broadening their education, from
making new friends and from spreading the
ideals of our American way of life.

It is our aim to explore the possibilities of
making low-cost transatlantic accommoda-
tions available to students. In the past year,
the Marshall Plan countries have improved
and added to their low-cost hotel and hostel
accommodations and have extended to the
youths of America a hearty invitation to
visit their countries and meet their own
youth,

It is now up to the American people to
find a way of enabling our youths to grasp
the friendly hand extended to them from
across the Atlantic.—ILN.S.



Formosa Is Important

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Britons scanned the new royal
“who’s who” of tradesmen today
to learn about King George’s spec-
ial. “purveyor of kippers,” Queen
Elizabeth's “corsetiere” and where
royalty gets its hootch

They discovered, too, with con-
siderable head-scratching that
the Royal family has special “pur-
veyors of horse malt,,” “purveyors
of horse clothing,” a supplier of
“refractory cements,” a_ private
“sack and tent maker” and some-
one to furnish all the “organ blow-
ers” they need.

Naturally, because of majestic
niceties the King doesn't buy gaso-
lene for royal cars from a gas (or
petrol) station; that comes from
“purveyors of motor spirits.”’ The
household cleaning staff uses ‘‘elec-
tric suction sweepers.’ not plain
old vacuum cleaners

All this low-down on the buying
habits of Britain’s Royal family
is contained in the latest list of
tradesmen who hold “warrants of
appointment” to supply royalty
with their necessities and luxuries,
at the usual price.

The practice goes back a few
hundred years to the time when
the good things of life were in
short supply and Britain’s kings
wanted to be sure they got theirs,

They “appointed” a tradesman to
supply their wants.

The tradesman had, and _ still
has, the right to display the Royal

coat of arms on his store front
aud letterheads along with the
“appointment.”

The 1950 list published in the

official London Gazette covers a
lot of ground, because it involves
supplying not only the royal fam-
ily, but their palaces, estates and
staffs,

The list covers every conceiv-
able want of the Royal family.
Ly appointment to King George VI
there are:

“Tailors and kiltmakers; sup-
pliers of dog and game food; sup-
pliers of agricultural tractors;
manufacturers of bituminous emul-
sion; milking machine manufac-
turers; fish fertilizer manufactur-
ers; hothouse builders.” Plus, of
course, things like food and soap.

The king isn’t known as a tip-
pler, but listed at his beck and
call are:

“Purveyors of champagne; sup-
pliers of cognac brandy; cider
makers; Scotch whisky distillers;
gin distillers: wine merchants;
Australian wine merchants; brew-

ers; sherry merchants; purveygrs
{ cherry brandy,” and a “soda
<

malted milk.”

Queen Elizabeth has appointed,
among a host of others:

“Purveyors of Christmas pud-
dings; hairdressers; drapers;
forists; manufacturers of hooks
and eyes: umbrella makers; and
manufacturers of dolls, toys, edu-
cational playthings, etc.” ~

Queen Mary, 83, hes appoint-
ments ranging from a “shawl
merchant” in New Delhi to a “fan
maker” in London, Her taste for
liquids seems to be a little less
universal than King George's, It
includes one “Scotch whisky dis-
tiller,” a “eyder (eq.) maker,”
“wine and spirits merchant,” and
someone selling “mineral waters.”

But the Queen's list does show
ene “tobacconist.”

Tradesmen appointed by Queen
Victoria, Queen Alexandra, King
Fdaward VII, King George V and
the Duke of Windsor when he was
Prince of Wales are still officially
listed. be

The lists don’t necessarily re-
veal the full personality of the
royal body who sanctioned them,
but on the Duke of Windsor’s list
are, among others:

“Dental cream manufacturers:
press cutting agents; | aircraft
manufacturers” and — one “suit-
case maker.”

—LN\S.

WASHINGTON

The Nationalist China strong-
hold of Formosa has assumed an
importance second only to Korea
as an immediate concern of
United States defense strategy in
the treubled Orient

Until President Truman placed
the island redoubt under protec-
tion of the Seventh Fleet, experts
had debated the importance of
Formosa to U.S. strategic think-
ing. They split over this question:
Just how great a threat to our
security would Fermosa be if it
fell in to unfriendly hands?

Armchair strategisis will have
to argue that one out for them-
selves—but here are some helpful
facts:

Formosa js the biggest island
south of Japan proper along the
China coast, notes the National
Geographic Society. At its north-
ern-most point the Nationalist base
is only 665 miles from Kyushu,
nearest major island of the Jap-
anese archipelago, and much
closer than that to the key Amer-
4can base at Okinawa in the
Ryukyus. Luzon, in the Philip-
pines, is a scant 225 miles to
Formosa’s south. And at the nar-
rowest portion of Formosa Strait
the mainland of China lies only

85 miles away.

These are “stone’s-throw” dis-
tances in the air age, as the Jap-
anese demonstrated during World
War Il. Formosa was then in
their possession, and they used the
island as a cgtapult for offensive
action, The Japanese invasicn of
the Philippines was mounted from
lormosa, Naval and air installw-
tions built up during decades of
occupation proved their value.

But, for the most part, the
isiand was on the periphery of
the subsequent great actions in
World War II Pacific fighting.
Americans by-passed it in push-
ing northward for the planned
assault on Japan, but it was first
necessary to neutralize the
effectiveness of the base by heavy
air and naval bombardment.

Formosa, roughly oblong in
shape, is 245 miles long and 88
1 iles across at its greatest width.

In area it equals Massachusetts,
Connecticut and Rhode Island
combined, An official count in

1949 gave it a civilian population
of more than seven million, but
refugee Chinese have since swelled
tne total.

Nationalist China is reported to
have seven large airfields on the
island and a number of smaller
ones. Important naval bases are

Formosa and at Kaohsiung
(Takao), on the sauthwest side.

Fertile lowlands comprise the
island’s west, making this coast |
one long, potential beachhead.

Taipei, the Nationalist capital,
is located near the northern tip
Its present occupants are indebted
to the Japanese for planning th>
capital. Most of its modern build.
ings .and boulevards were con-
structed by them.



The island itself was for inany
generations an old staticn .o?
maritime lanes between Japan
the Philippines, and the Nether
lands Indies. In normal times. it |
preduced large quantities of sugar
tea, rice, and pineapples, and also |
contributed the bulk of the}
world’s natural camphor,
bishop: 3.00 p.m

Japan took possession of For-
mosa in 1895, but it reverted after
World War II to the Chinese, wh:
had held it for many centuries
Early Portuguese sailors called
the land liha Formosa, or “Beau-
tiful Island"—an ironically poeti:
name today for a threatened and
isolated piece of territory that
Strategists see as an anchored air-
craft carrier potentially capable
ef commanding large areas of the!
Pacific

—LNS.








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THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1950



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

St. Michael’s Girl







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GOVERNOR TELLS GIRLS

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flolds Annual Speech Day |

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principles of your League, your influence fo 1 in th
nd w d be alr tir surat His Excelleacy th
Governor Mr. A. W. L. Savage told the upils of St
( or Mr. A. . Sa ld i I St’ siasm of all who took part in t! CATARRH © CATARRHAL ASTHMA LIGHTNING
Michael’s Girls’ School yesterday. His Exceu y Was |music-making at this School. | CAESTY COLDS « NIGHT COUGHS
idressing the girls at their annual speec} heard Class Singing—Unison, tw ae COUGH MIXTUR
Mr. Savage said that he liked to think that th: schoo) }ana three parts from the Junior Ripmudlimtc pe Rade ~idasnoe —_——
hai i . ‘oa th : ; j Middle, Upper Middle and Upper
had a special mission in the modern age of preparing its) School—all large Classes; all of Si SS SSS SSS”
pupils for citizenship, each with a messag c vice t¢}which showed evidence of careful
others” and each prepared to make a contribution in some oe teaching
torm of social welfare work when they w 1 have left Jay oe discipline was excellent. |
ch ce " seine ’ - . the} Ould hav ’ The Unison tone had a firm ring | LAST
SC 10K ae : and the parts were melodious,
Mr. Donald = Wite charm hose purpose ts to undermine} well-balanced and chorded. The GOYA—Perfumes, Colognes
= ; Opening aul cor we OF to create SUSPICION Jonly criticism perhaps is an o¢ Powder (Face and Bath)
ae th ey wh ve nsible Suspicion easional tendency of the lower A very beautiful assortment
for e ru chool | So many of us are suspicious] Voices to sing a little figt; but thi to choose from
imec iv he l true jof < relic . y Was a rare occurrence ¢ 4 did not
. Picture abeve shows two of the! celas while the other pasc € of value eve i they Teaiee ti ee oa eld sertousl; “datrant ‘ faun.the: get , "Ao ]
. re tre the 29th. } t th ; . e . ee - . . !
wheelbarrows in tho centre of the; 10r_ yreathe besice heil | some fell ho for they | ing of rumours you will be assist-|°Pal musical effect of the whole THE COSMOPOLITAN
ra 1c road. One man is putting on; barrows elieve that when one educated} ing in the development of good- “I liked very much the singing ° ;
" ; ea - - - —- | boys, one educated lividuals | will which Barbados and the a the eee a 2 by the Sttriee Maca oe a _
Sto, ed 7 | 7 7 gn |} but when a | was being edu- | world generally need at this time |UPPer iddile School, that was |
+ e@w Dean | New y W ¢ A }eated, a family as being edu most enjoyable
Lz ‘ A+ cated | You probably are aware that “An impressive and cleverly | “S3?33S3=2::=22:3325253=—532=23—6563625353535353335 35
Com letel genet? Y.. : | 5 ; | St. Michael! is known as the staged and acted scene which |
iP ry THE Appointments’ Board mei Collects Sl 9 2 | Mrs. Savage distributed 44} “Spokesman Angel” for he was embodied some lovely Negro! -
on July 11th. and on the nomina- | prizes, 13 form prize and $3 sent with special messages to Spirituals produced good acting | f

There is a notable absence of | U0” of the Lord Bishop of Bar- sie | ra : | special prizes, after the head-| special persons at different aud live singing both from Solo- | |
on co-operation by the public,|bados, appointed the Reverend ar OVER TWO weeks ago a] mistress had given her report | times as is recorded in Old| ists and Chorus | â„¢
especially ediestitare and cyclists Canon G 5 G Mandeville, group of Social. Workers, on} Special prizes were presented Testament stories. pS ; ’ | \ 4 ALI CAN I
vith the Police efforts to control| M.A. Rector of St. Philip, to be| the invitation of Mrs. A. A. Gib-| by the British Council, Mrs I heartily eongratulate the | K 4 A |
3 “ : : : ae Rector Bt Btiahoaiie : bons, held a meetir t tl D’Arcy Scott and M1 H.GQG I like to think that this school |Headmistress and Staff on really |}
and regulate traffic in the city, ector of St. Michael’s parish in| © scott an ' seeaile ; |

Th: Shite, Of" oBvioia Bin ics suceession. to the Revd. H 5.|YÂ¥.M.C.A \ \ Cummin Fif three irls |has a special mission in this mod- jexcel es work and I shall not |
help motorists, cyclists and pedes-| Hutchinson who resigned on June ing a Y.W.¢ in 2 were previously prestpted jern age f preparing its pupils a = ay SY LE }
trians comply with the re x 30th last. The new Rector is al At this meeting OM with preliminary ertificates |for citizenship each with a mess- | School if a ~ fy
lations sadeetst ans still tail to De on of the Cathedr | a ay elected and the public were asked) in First Aid whic var_dane |Re Oe eee 1b hare’ “ane sit’ vceaaeae fat Mie tt nt (| BI OW SMOKE
ati ¥ ans ai z é ‘ to help by making eontrit lis with tl Saint John Ambt each prepared to make a contribu- [Ke to congratulate Miss Taitt and | 4 u 4
use the pavements in Broad Street 7 ; we tnae| | aoe creas) oeeee ie a : iss S § . fe
and cree wherever they please Rev. Hutchinson has been|to the elected Treasuret P ance Association. Certificates {tion in some form of social wel- Miss Symmonds on the really |

7 =o ; i appointed to the Canonry of St. ]/4- Clarke rhese ! itior to the 14 girls wh passed |fare’ work when they leave school. | Splendid work they are doing in

. n . : _ } | 2 5 a , , y aaa ain nani > Sc Ss ing |

An Advocate reporter made|Cyprian, vacant by the appoint ruve started and so have their Cambridge School Cere|+oU will a a : os eae the School Singing | xe

some checks yesterday and found} ment of Canon G. L. G. Man-| reccived the followi Yificate were also previously |OMTSs® GB@ paulence, DUC Wilt tne Thrilli

( ‘ks yest ) Y é i M: 40 ‘ \ sf ‘Y sintot <0 irilling Hour \
that! in five minutes, forty-one] deville as Rector and Dear Me A. ¢ ’ i | presented training for leadership which you Pu
ee ee, Soares oe ema Mr H be ; 00 | After the vote of thanks was that St. Michecl’s ts A os aa Ten a.m, on March 8th was a| |
Bri 7 5 >. path- Mr 5.00 . the girls staw the ay - % ¢ : a) rery R . .

A dge without using the path Mea W oo |gaven, the girls staged play lan important part in the future |Ve'y, thrilling hour for all of Us |

es N Head Fi a Oo MI ynanton | Ship” by Mary |welt being of Barbados at St. Michael's, for shortly after | Inn WY
afalgar Sauare for 4 4 Mrs. P. A. ¢ oo | F. Matheson he four actress 5 a a we had the rivilege “seei |
IY in wee re a at l ew ea or Mrs, F. A. Bi 5.00 |Qurline Alleyne Dache e Gibson Making her report of the school H.R H Bring oe) . ot ; aedte | 4,
minutes not a_ single person iis bineke 2.00 | Sheila Chandler : 2 ‘jactivities during the past year, ’ scess ARCe as She drove |g
crossed through the pathway - $ } | Madame Ifill 0g Eee etn Peete R 7 ith. Mrs. Burton, Headmistress, said: |P#St the School. Her Royal High- if : |
indicated by the sign “Please All Saints Messrs, W Fowarty Lt 30.00 | gave just that touch to the play Last December we sent 15 |Ness was graciously pleased to |
cross here”, c ¢ : ‘ ae | which made the audience son Candidates for the Carnbuidire stop the car and asked me to give |
: : eh ‘ontributions will be gratefully! ss forget it was ' ae : , ’ , » Ss )

At the head of Broad Street; MISS ERCIL OSBOURNE] accepted and can be paid to Mrs | umes, .orget, that it wa 4/School Certificate and 14 of them |the School a holiday. It did not | CAN
cyclists threaded their _ way A.C.P. has been appointed head-'p_ A. Clarke, c/o Cosmopolitan play and not reality passed. One was placed in Grade I pret a . that the girls could | |
through pedestrians crossing in)teacher of the All Saints Girls’! Drug Store or “Torrineton.” Hast- When Mrs. Savage had distri-|and four in Grade II. There were [heer any louder than they had |

; oytee . 1 é rug Store or “Torrington,” Hast ; : : , }been doing from the time tk »|
the channel indicated by studs) @.hool, St. Peter, in succession to |ings. Anyone desirous of joining] buted the prizes, His Excellency |340 entries for the School Certifi- | Rov 'n1 ‘Dron daints) cen ta wnt
: nt ; L jee , 7 , s os m. eye Irov jon : sc4tae id ¥ yé CeSslo came 1 sight,
es did not wait until they coyld Miss Ada Gilkes who recently |the Y.W.C.A. can communicate | Said there was a tradition, a pirit cate from Barbados Fit Has the RAtae, erie an |
CFORS, retired with Mrs. D. H, L. Ward, Secre- | and an energy about St. Michael’s| , Everil Newton was placed nounced I found I had been quite J c
; = : fae Girls’ School which was making} 3rd in the final position; Ist in ataica: ane; Mad been quste |

Broad Street itself was crowded| Miss Osbourne was formerly ai itself felt in the life of Bar s.| the Island with ‘Very Good’ in|™staken in thelr capacity for |
with pedestrians who ignored the! assistant of the St. Mary's Girls’ pres SPEED TRAPS arc : Religious Knowledge; Ist with |™#king a noise |
Aah in ape ene added to the! school, and has been a teacher again catching speedy mo- St. Michael’s Girl a dit’ in British and European We are very grateful to His | #!
general congestion. oe Ae dhs al cal “Ten rac | torists. Durir . » day History and 2nd with ‘Credit’ Ras 5 , .,

for nearly 14 years She wa ring 1a) Exceller the Gove |

Some cyclists paused for a chat among the first Sah of teachers to | three motorists were >d with He said; I am sure you would) in Hygiene and Physiology Mrs. Savegs ‘for inviting four ee
md es aol doa re their | attend Erdiston Training College. |€Xceeding the speed onejall wish me first to c« te! Vilma Kennedy was placed 3rd of our girls and a member of |
machines temporarily blocked the She Wied up her new # spo nt- | Was charged on Tuesday and two} the School on_ having Head- jn the Island with ‘Very Good’ in ihe Staff to a reception fo
passage ent ah lends: 17th 7 yesterday mistress of the calibre ; English Language and 2nd_ with School Children to meet H.R ti

What turned out to be a com.) Mem . : + epee Along with these nine other mo-| Burton, Her energy, he or | ‘Credit’ in Hygiene and Physi- Princess Alice |
plete traffic block was the fact | torists were charged on traffic of-]and her determination t ike | Ology; | FOUR SQUARE BRAND ’
that three — with ee ae fence One w for failing to]the description “a St. Michael Hyac brits peoonne) wes placed Our Annual Athletic Sports | fj} |
were engaged in patching he . — stop at a Major road, two for| girl” a recognized qualificatic n| ist_in the Island with ‘Very Good’; were held on March 7th. There
surface of the road at the bottom IRRESISTIBLE ! | driving without due care and at-| jtself is known to all. There can]! French and Vivian Headley Ist]was the usual keen Competition AND ENJOY |
of Broad Street. BOOTLE, Lancashire janes, two for yon _ . man-| be no doubt that she hi ucceed.| in. the penne with ‘Credit’ in Hy- and Elizabeth was the Champion

; 5 jner dangerous to the public and] eq j » doing giene anc 1ySlology ouse would like to thank Mrs.
They left their wheel barrows England. |" i" Ceralinee a : ed im 80 doing | M: a hae : .
at Gas saan in ihe. COnEee ‘of the While Field Marshal Viscount | “nother for driving without reas- Her report to us to-day pa 1 Exeraptions \J. P O'Mahony for coming and for | oA GOOD SMOKE 9
road successfully blocking traffic} Montgomery was inspecting AT One! 2 Seer sical well deserved tribute to her staff} : hace os 4 een os eno Sune ia! y - 8
. ; ° re >y, ., * > 1otoris was aiso ecnar c . > . , v ot nl 7 . rt r | 1 bena o | s
on both sides of the 10ad until| troop of soldiers here, a woman in| so. causing damave be i le and the school results not nN} Everil Newton, Vilma Kennedy, | a ie ee Rout |
they were sonstrained to move at] the crowd tried to kiss him. She} and pee a iis ‘using eer ioie examinations but in all its many|Colleen Ashby, Hyacinth Me- @ on page
least one of them to allow of free} said later: “I had an irresistible | ith defective brakes Ss activities justify that tribute. I] Conney Barbara Bancroft and) =
passage. desire ."—(C.P.) | : congratulate also on your behalf} Eileen Johnson have obtained E»
| JR VERTON LAMPITT, a clerk] the successful pupils who have) emption from the London Matricu- |
| to the Pine Housing Scheme, received prizes and certificates] jation j
|reported the loss of 20 lengths or} afternoon on their achieve- In the League of Empire Project |
s galvanise, valued $66.32, from a} ments and I hope they and others] Competition this year the School |
A ure war en ease | Luilding site at the Pine between] Will be encouraged to continue|was awarded 2 Consolation Prize
June 29 and the 7th of this month,| their efforts in the coming year,|for its Posters in the Senior
They are the property of the} Whether at School t other] Division
c sing B ork With regard to the staff, we ara}
it N St I EN |Housing Board wor & |
. - 3 emi grateful to Mrs. Bladon for acting |
MHE LOSS of $87 in cash was Sey . | gra

h ; ) sh d J ’ Seven Speech Days for Miss Pemberton who is at-}
ho ye by Pee near ot ' tending Erdiston College, and to}|
T sc r ~ . | rax a ¥ ooadsS, - reorge € ' this fortnight n wife ind M 2 Gl ; Re aaa A acted |

T Ty 2 , ac , - vw e Nil orl amsay who actec
QUEEN’S PARK now has two Steel Sheds. A new )jtold the Police that the money|] will be attending seven speech for Mrs. Tudor at the beginning of |

one has been erected near the buildings of the Agricultural | was removed from his house oi!] days and I will be addressing al-|the January ‘Term : ae

Department. It is 60x80 feet and is different in design and|July 5. he together probably 5,000 childre We are very pleased to welcome | eet .

appearance from the former shed near the Nelson Gate. E EATRICE HUSBANDS, pedes~| teachers and parents, as well as| back, although only in an acting | ri \ eils

irian, of New Orleans, St.| the general public. It is a, tre- capacity, Mrs. Iva Stuart who for} .
a just been ee rs to erect a temporary shel-} Michael, was eee coeeaay 1X) mendous responsibility as well] many years was a member of our |
wl e used to accommodate the|ter under tarpaulins and when|2n accident which occurred alon2] a; opportunity and I only wish I] Staff. I would like here to con- S
RO. MRS LO 1 3 arpaulin: a} the as i ly \ Ste } c calloped edges all around
poor who are fed by the St. Mi-| there is heavy rain, as has some- | Temple Road, City. had the gift of words to inspire|gratulate Miss Inniss on wet el Pp 9 ?
chael’s Vestry and during the days | times happened there is great in- Also involved was motor cel your hearts and minds to some|her Intermediate Arts.
of the Annual Industrial Exhibi-| convenience. With this shed per- |M.760, owned by M. L, Harrison] )pactical end
tion will accommodate the Exhibi-| manently erected the expense of | of Fontabelle and driven by Cole- At Christmas we sent ou

tion Committee Judges and mem | temporary shelter will be avoided, | tidge Cobham, of Spa Hill, St

The most appropriate theme
bers of the various committees| Whenever this shelter is erected, | Joseph

for a Speech Day at St. Michael's

usual parcels of Children’s gar
mente made in the Schoo) to th










siving sir services & 2 6. / or is nted ¢ arpe s | : — ql is “service ers”, for in Salvation Army, the Convent of
iin ths soseceem ine boomer! peace 1 iia ens Ss cat he ee poor: pane noe Cade Venues 6 Giisenshin you the Good Shepherd aad” te
it will be seen that the shed fits | labour This money has been pent | Capt. €.1 aie a have set out the ideals of ser Children Goodwill League
into the landscape and the colour once and for all and the shed. can | oo Poe Thursday night vice and of duty to the co~-| jaby Creche for distribution t«
scheme has blended well with the} b sed th aho' year, {concert at the Esplanade, Bay munity | poor children
scheme has b € the| be used throughout the year Street, to-night at 8 o’clock. Theg 3 | Bn March %th Dr. W. Harri
no ee ee aes Can Be Rented Esplanade Concerts have becom If when you leave school you|M.A., F.R.C.O. i of
The ec 2 5 en| » rented : >. popular feature in-the City an’) jut into practice the princij of] George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle
yst of the shed has been} it can be rented at the discre- te. Sean i are rowd thei 5 I : pel,
defrayed by the Agricultural So-j tion of the Vestry for various pur- | P©°P Ns wt: iatnad ing the Band| OW League, your i fluence for) and Examiner for the
ciety who was granted permission] poses just as the other shed is Stand ‘ oe the; ‘are held good in this island would ae Board of Music, London, visited
by the Vestry to erect this shed., rented or lent for public meetings | * x faraiis 7 ae = fter fe Cons | at st immeasurable. Take {one the School ae spent two pm
It is roofed with galvanized iron;and lectures and religious meet- cert is the long lines of bicycle aspect only —goodwill and faith enppecnne ns is Peer 0. 1
with lattice work around the sides | ings. | cars heading towards the Cit in the motives of others. Too often; whole School. 4
and has a cement floor. Glusen's Park has to cater to the | Grins et I 4 oe Pen Ba I hear of whispering campaigns tained Merit
i eeds of many bodies aryi . ‘ net onkke
Not Spoiled activities. There is the Antiouis Farce Ss WOBIL . en will |
In showing a representative of|tural Society with the Annual PPHE so ae Pc 51 Pl: nt ‘te
this newspaper over the shed Mr.| Exhibition, there is the Annual give a show a Sacer

tion yard, St. John to-night. Th

performance i mainly for th

efit of esident of the Poc
Plat ition are¢ a

Bruce Weatherhead the present
Churchwarden said that in his
Opinion that shed did not

Bazaar, there is the Girls’ Indus-
trial Union with their Annual Fete,
spoil the| dances by individuals and clut



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beauty of the Park. Now that it | the Brotherhood and other bodies. SIGHT TKAFFIC OFFENCES PETS USE
was finished the colour scheme | ‘There is the accommodation for } FE 7 esterd a
and the low root fitted in with the] children, swings, etc., and the pets % ae ; ‘ia ek, J y yy > y
existing buildings and gardens | The Lake has unfortunately begun ur leans i pee. Semi t ENA L « K i ow DER a vel

“It was thought at first that if] to leak and will cost an enormous | + ee . vine’ p J ; eananr .

ve vere charged f drivir in i
the roof was high it might have|sum to put in order That i : ani : ari 3 e 5 iblic a t RINA INSEC i KE cm
blocked the buildings of the Agri-| matter for the consideration of the |“ "" S Taare att ‘ “are H. JASON
ri on or ving without due care .

cultural Department from view | Vestry # 4 t onc t ee Pee nates aes a JONES & Co. LTD.
said Mr. Weatherhead, “but es you “There is the playground us | Asiving without reasonable con- Distributors

will see it does not’ by Spartan and the Police for

sideration









“The Vestry has a duty to the|cricket and football.” One motorist also charged 2Sesa Sees a Suga
public as a whole and not to one “This is the Vestry’s position in} oy causing d negligenc &Guauen BG@uaanka Baas a o28
section. The Agricultural Society | he matter; and the public should and aiths: 1 vehicl Ss 8 a
offered to erect this at their ex-| know it”, concluded‘the Church- .,. "dateati: | “3G GO tutes
pense. Every year it is customary warden with defecti UMMA OOOO



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Carrs (small) Celery Chocolates ..... 2.27
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Good tyres d engine g025.00 Pho
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12.7.50—3n



ELECTRICAL

REFRIGERATOR — American
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PLANT—One Petrol Electric Lighting |
Plant 110 volt DC 500 Watt. Apply
H. M. Lampitt, College Savannah, St.
John 13.7 .50—3n
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MULES—One (1) dozen mules with or
without carts. Apply Ellesmere Plan-
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George. 12.7.50—2n

MECHANICAL
TYPEWRITERS—*“Olympia" portable

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$120.00. A. G. St. Hill, James Street
13.7.50—I1n

MISCEU) ANEOUS

CLOTHING _- Lady from Canada

wishes to dispose of Black Velvet and
Crepe dresses slightly worn also variety
of American shoes, sizes 6.AA.

CAL-C-TOSE

A vitamin product,
supplying Calcium, Iron, and Phosphor-
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appetite, and an excellent flavouring for
milk. Obtainable at KNIGHT'S DRUG
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12.7.50—2n

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tone rinse adding sparkle and colour to
your natural shade of Hair. Obtainable
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FOOTBALL BOOTS—One (1) pair of
boy’s football Boots and several white
uniforms Phone 3230
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English made, in good e-ndition, Height
5 feet 10 {nches, Chest 38 inches. Also
two Dress Shirts. Practically new
16-inch Collar. Phone 4215
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GUINEA GRASS—At Passage House
Passage Road. D. H. Roach, Telephone
2647. 11.7.50—8n

GALVANIZE Pipes 1%, and 2 inches
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grocer Packages 1 oz. lle; 2 oz
21¢c; 4 0z. 40 ¢. The one and only brand
of Tea that commands the largest sale
in the world. Save that part of the
label showing the weight and return
same to us to be exchanged for valuable
gift premiums.

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PERSONAL

The public





LE

are hereby warned against

giving credit to any person or persons
whomsoever in my name as I do not
hold myself responsible for anyone
contracting any debt or debts in my
name unless by a written order signed
by me

Signed CHARLES TROTMAN







Lower Estate Land St. George
12.7.50—2n |
The public are "hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife VERONA |
SEALY ‘nce MARSHALL) as I do not}
hold myself responsible for her or
anyone else contractng any debt or
debts in my name unless by a written
order signed by me.

Sgd NORMAN BERESFORD SEALY,
Sargeant Street,
St. John













13.7,.50-—2n

—_— ——$——$—___
An_ experienced Lady Assistant for
DRUG STORE WORK. Apphy in writ-
ing to P.O, Box 203. 12.7.50—3n.
A qualified NURSE for St. eae ite |

Almshouse at a salary of $60.44 per
month. Applications with Certificate to
be forwarded to the Parochial Medical
Officer, “Ellangowan,” not later than
Momday, 17th July, 1950.
Any Further Particulars can
tained from the P.M.O
A. A. B. GUUWL,
Clerk, Poor Law Guardians,
St. Joseph
8.7.50—Tn
—
“DEPUTY MANAGER—Required for
small Sugar Estate in St. Vincent
Young, energetic well educated man re-
quired Future prospects good”
Apply to Mount Bentinck Estates Ltd
Kingstown, St. Vincent

be ob-

12.7.50—7r.
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For Rent or Boarding Two (2) Gen-
tlemen_ Large double Bedroom for the
right Party near to city. Dial 4462

5.7.50.—3n

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SWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Series
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Sydney Sickler, C/o Central Foundry
Dock Yard. 12.7.0—in

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NOTICE

A

‘S.P.C.A
ng of the

is to be

special general
Society for members
held at the Y.M.C.A.,
Pinfold Street, at twelve noon on Satur-
15th July, 1950 Purpose; to
itr an amendment to the society's
titution 13.7.50—2n

NOTICE

PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH
Sealed tenders, (marked on the outside



et

aay









of the envelope “Tender for Lean’),
will be received’ at my Office up to 3.00
Pm. on Monday 24th July, 1950 for a
loan of £1,500 at a rate of interest not
exceeding 4° to be repaid in annual
anstalment of £150 each. The st
such instahnent to be p. in the



year
1055

WOOD GODDARD,









Clerk to the Commissioners
of Highways,

Christ Church

3.7.50—6n
NOTICE
TENDERS for conveying paupers
(a) From any part of the Parish to the
Almshouse.

(b) From the Almshouse to the General
Hospital will be received by me up to

July 18th 1950
w.v GOODING,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. Philip.
11.7.50—6n.



NOTICE

Application for one or more vacant
St. Michael's Vestry Exhibitions at Har-
tison College will be received by the
Clerk of the Vestry up to 4 o'clock
p.m., on Wednesday July 12, 1950.

Candidates must be the sons of par-
ishioners in straitened circumstances and
must not be less than (9) nor more than
(15) years of age on 30th June, 1950,
to be proved by a Baptismal Certificate
which must accompany the application.

Forms of application can be obtained
at the Vestry Clerk’s Office.

By Order E. C. REDMAN,



Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry
Vestry Clerk's Office,
Parochial Buildings,
Bridgetown. 28.6.50—8n



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Ethel Gittens and
Coleen Quintynne holders of Liquor
License No. 1025 of 1950 granted to

Anita Osbourne in respect of premises
viz: a one roofed wall building at Reed
St.. St. Michael, for permission to use

said Liquor License at following prem-
ises vize— bottom floor of a two storey
wall building at Reed St., St. Michael
Dated this 11th day of July, 1950
To—C, L, WALWYN, Esq.,
Police Magistrate,
District “A”
Signed ETHHL GITTRNS,
for Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be eon-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
et Police Court, District “A”, on Friday
the 2st day of July, 1950, at 11 o'clock,
a.m,



Cc. L. WALWYN,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’,
13.7.50—1n

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AUCTION





UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER

I HAVE been instructed to sell by

public competition on the spot on
Thursday 13th July at 2 p.m, the
dwelling-house called “Mayaro” situate

at Rockley, Christ Church. The same
consists of open verandah to the front,
crawing and dining rooms, 2 bedrooms,



kitchenette, toilet and bath. It has a
pine floor throughout, and the roof is
shingled. Same must be sold. For in-
spection apply D’Arcy A. _ Scott,
Magazine Lane. 11.7.50—4n,
REAL ESTATE

—____——_

By Public competition at our Office,
James Street, on Friday, the 14th July,
1950 at 2 p.m. 5,984 sq. ft. of land
(with frontag both on James Street
and Busby’s Alley) together with the
buildings thereon the property of the
Est. of Mrs. M. E. G. Wiles, dec’d.

For further particulars and conditions
of Sale’ apply to:—

aba hve & woe se
Solicitors, Jai Stre
3.750, én.

——————

Schooner “ZENITH” 95 ft. overall, 70
tons nett, 87 tons gross, built at St.
Vincent in 1942 and at present anchored

at Bequia, St. Vincent. No reasonable
offer will be refused.
For full particulars apply to:

JAMES MULRAIN,
C/o JOHN H. HAZEL
SONS & CO. LTD.,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
12.7.50—3n



“SANDGATE”, Hastings, standing on
2,940 square feet of land on the seaside
of Hastings Road.

The House contains, drawing and din-
ing room, enclosed gallery on three
sides, two bedrooms with dressing
rooms, kitchenette, toilet and bath up-
stairs with usual rooms downstairs and
two flights of steps to sea. Gas,
Electric and Water.

Inspection amy day by appointment
Phone: No. 2863.

The above will be set up for sale to
public competition at our office on Friday
the 2lst day of July 1950 at 2 p.m.

CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Lucas Street,
11.7.50—10n



You can buy the following on terms
That is you can pay one-third and the
balance monthly

At the Ivy Road one small property

with water.

At Martindale's Road house with water
toilet & bath

At Beckles Road one double-roofed
house

At Wellington Street one small
property.

For particulars apply,
D'ARCY A. SCOTT
Magazine Lane.
12.7. 50—2n





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OFFICIAL NOTICE

-PBADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
‘Equitable Jurisdict
GRACE MARIA GREENE
GARFIELD SAVORY

Piai
Defen
IN pursuance of an Order in h
Court in the above action marie on the
9th day of June 1950, I give notice tc
all persons having any estate, right o
interest in or any Hen or ineurranc
*ffecting all that certain piece or parce
of land situate in the said parish of Sa‘:
John in this island containing t
admeasurement One acre twelve perche
or thereabouts butting and bounding ©

lands now or late of BE. Bancroft o*
toad twelve feet wide on lands now o
lete of M. Ince and on another rose
twelve feet wide or however else th
same may butt and bound to brin
before me an account of their saic
claims with their witnesses, document
and vouchers, to be examined by me
on any Tuesday, or Friday between
j the hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in
the afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk
| of the Assistant Court of Appeal :
; the Court House, Bridgetown, before
the 23rd day of August 1950, in ordc
* that such claims may be ranked accord
ing to the nature and priority thereo!
respectively; otherwise such person
will be precluded from the benefit o
the said Decree, and be deprived of al!
claims on or against the said property
Claimants are also notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wednes-
day the 23rd day of August 1950, at
‘0 o'clock a.m. when their said claim
will be ranked.

Given under my hand this 9th day





ol

June 1950.
Vv. GILKEsS,
Ag. Clerk of ‘the Assistant Court
of Appeal

~ OFFICIAL: SALE

BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
{Equitable Jurisdiction)

GRACE MARIA GREENE Plaintiff
GARFIELD SAVORY Defendan
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue
of an Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 9th day of June 1950
there will be set up for sale to the
highest bidder at the Office of the Clerk
of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
Court House, Bridgetown, between the

afternoon on Friday, the 25th day of
August 1950, all that certain piece o1
parcel of land situate in the saic
parish of St. John in this island con-
taining by admeasurements One acre
twelve perches or thereabouts butting
and bounding on lands now or late of
E. Bancroft on a road twelve feet
wide on lands now or late of M. Ince
and on another road twelve feet wide
vr however else the same may _ butt

end bound, and if not then sold the}ment) Order,

said property be set up for sale on
every succeeding Friday between the
same hours until the same is sold for
a sum not less than £65. 0s. 0d.
Dated this 9th day of June, 1950.

. V. GILKES,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal



OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOS.
In the Assistant Court of Appeal

(Equitable Jurisdiction)

MARY EDITH ASHBY—Plaintiff

GOULBOURNE WILLIAM NILES
Defendant
In pursuance of an Order in this Court
in the above action made on the 7th day
of June 1950, I give notice to all persons
having any estate, right or interest in or
any lien or incumbrance affecting All
that certain piece or parcel of lands
situate at Cox Road in the parish of
Christ Church and island aforesaid con-
taining by admeasurement two roods
fifteen and one half perches or there-
abouts abutting and bounding on lands
now vor late of G. Graham on lands of
Staple Grove on lands now or late of
Martin L. Taylor on lands of E, E. E

hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the] provost Mashal's Office,

BARBADOS

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PUBLIC OFFICIAL SALE

(The Provost Marshal’, Act 1904
(1904—46 8 30)

On Friday the 2ist day of July, 1960,
at the hour of 2 o'clock in the aft,
noon will be sold at my office to the
highest bidder for any sum not under
the appraised value.

All that certain piece of Land con-
taining by admeasurement Two Roods,
situate at Well House in the Parish of
Saint Philip, butting and bounding on
lands now or late of J. Challenor, of
Melvin Alleyne, of Bayley’s Plantation,
of the Estate of O. Sarjeant (deceased) |
and on a road eight feet wide leading
to the Public Road together with the
old Dwelling House, Buildings, &c.,
appraised as follows

The whole property appraised to TWO

UNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS
($250.00) Attached from James The-
ophilus Marshall for and toward satis-
faction, &¢e

N,B.—-25%



Deposit to be piad on day

T. T. HEADLEY,
Provost Marshal

of purchase

4th July, 1950.

6.7.50.—3n.



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Prize for being First with

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Prize for being First with ‘Credit’ in
British and European History in ne
Cambridge School Certificate in 19

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Prize for being Third with ‘Very Good’

i> English Language in the Cambridge
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Certificate in 1949: Hyacinth MeConney

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1949; Colleen Ashby

Good Work in Religious Knowledge
in the Cambridge School Certificate in
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in the Cambridge School Certificate in
1M9: Eileen Goodman

Good Work in Religious
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1949: Vilma Kennedy

Good Work in Religious
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199: Hyacinth McComey

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NOTICE.



Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence)
1950, No. 25 which will be published in the Official
1950,

Gazette of Thursday, 13th July,

(Amend-

2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
prices of “Margarine” are as follows: —









ARTICLE \ WHOLESALE PRICE RETAIL PRICE
(not more than) (not more than)
Margarine: —
(a) Locally Manu- $41.00 per 100 lbs in ]46c. per lb, or less
factured containers of 30 Ibs. |than % Ib. 3) cents
afi over or $42.50 per | per ounce,
100 lbs. in quantities
under 30 lbs. and not
less than 5 Ibs. oa
(b) Table $55.00 per 100 Ibs. in [59c. per lb.

tots of 25 lbs, and over.

(c) Mello-Kreem
Brand



Weekes and on the public road called} 13°7,2n.

Cox Road or however else the same may
abut and bound to bring before me an
account of their claims with their wit-

nesses, documents and vouchers, to be
examined by me on any Tuesday, or
Friday between the hours of 12 (noon)

and 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the
Office of the Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal at the Court House, Bridge-

town, before the 23rd day of August 1950,| place and during the same hours

in order that such claims may be ranked
according to the nature and priority
thereof respectively; otherwise such per-
sons will be precluded from the benefit
of the said Decree, and be deprived of
all claim on or against the said property,

Claimants are also notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wednes-
day the 23rd day of August 1950, at 10
o'clock a.m, when their said claims will
be ranked.

Given under my hand this 7th day of

June, 1950,
I. V. GILKEs,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal.

12.6.50— 3 ns.

OFFICIAL SALE

BARBADOS,
In the Assistant Court of Appeal
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
MARY EDITH ASHBY-—Plaintiff
GOULBOURNE WILLIAM NILES
~—Defendant
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of an Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 7th day of June 1950,
there will be set up for sale to the high-
est bidder at the Office of the Clerk of
the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
Court House, Bridgetown, between the
hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the
afternoon on Friday the 25th day of Au-
gust 1950 All that certain piece or parcel
of land situate at Cox Road in the parish
of Christ Church and island aforesaid
containing by admeasurement two roods
fifteen and one half perches or there-
abouts abutting and bounding on lands
now or late of G. Graham on lands of
Staple Grove on lands now or late se
Martin L. Taylor on lands of E. E
Weekes and on the public road called
Cox Road or however else the same may
abut and bound and if not then sold the
said property will be set up for sale on
every succeeding Friday between the
| same hours until the same is sold for a
sum not less than £145, 16, 8.
Dated this 7th day of June, 1950.
I. V GILKEs,
Clerk of the Assistant Court of Appeal.
12,6,50— 3 ns



OFFICIAL

BARBADOS

$2.55 per 5 lb. tin

56c. per lb. or less
than % lb. 44c. per
02.

NOTICE

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY

The undermentioned property will be set up for sale at the Registration Office,
Public Buildings, between 12 noon and 2 p.m. for the sum and on the date specified

below. If not then sold,

BROOKS V.

it will be set up on each succeeding Friday at the same
until sold. Full particulars on application to me

ROBINSON

ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land (formerly part of the lands

OFFICIAL NOTICE

BAI

BADOS

IN THE

nderr

, ed
Buildings

between

7
Public









COURT OF CHANCERY



each

“Puil



and durins the 1 partic la
BROOKS V. GIBBONS ET AI
ALL THAT certain messuage or dwellinghouse ‘called er known
“ARGYLE” together with the land whereon the game siands and the

to belonging situate

at Wellir
Island of Barbados

containin

the same more or Jess Buttin:

Winston Thomas James and

the

on Wellington Street

bound Together with

built standing and bei
£550. 0. 0

28th July 1950

aforesai

Upset Price
Date of Sale

Registration OMce,
July, 1950,

property of Thelma Norma Agatha Gibbons on the N
on o:her lands of the said Plage called

‘on Street in the City of Bridgetown
« by admeasurement 1,789 square fee
and bounding on the W or

n lands of a plece called





\ 4
Bedford ¢
th

nd E
Se

Bedford Cot” and
d or however else the same +



all other buildings’ on the said land erected
ne with the appurtenances

HH WILLIAMS

Reg -strar-in-Chane

OFFICIAL NOTICE

In the Court of Chancery

BARBADOS..

IN PURSUANCE of ¢
persons having or claim
in or effecting the broperty hereinafter
to bring before me an account of the
vouchers to be exami

he Chancery

ning any estate, r

mentioned (the property of the defer
ir ec
ined by me on apr

Act, 1908, I do hereby

give
ight or interest or any

not





Jaims with their witnesses, docur
ny Tuesday or Friday



as
re
and

>
ms

of 12 noon and 3 o'clock tn the afte Sen OR
rnoon at the Registration Office Put
panna ge Bridgetown before the 28th day of July, 1950 mm order that sugh elail
y reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereo.
respectively otherwise such persons wi

decree and be deprived of all claims on

i be precluded from the benefits of
or against the said property

an

Plaintiff; ROBERT CLIFFORD CHAPMAN
Defendants: JASMINE GILL,
FRANCES EUGENIE STUART
VICTORIA ISABEL BL. ACKMAN
PROPERTY; ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate in the sdid
parish of Saint John and Island of Barbados containing by admeas
urement THREE ACRES and FOUR PERCHES or thereabout
butting and bounding on lands now or late of F Miller, on land
now or late of the estate of Fee deceased, on lands of Todds
Plantation, on lands now or late of J. R Husbands, on lands
Bowmanston, on lands now or late of F. Codrington and H. J
Holder and on the Public Road or however else the same may but
and bound together with the messuage or dwellinghouse thereor
called “STUARTVILLE” and all other the erections aod buildings
thereon erected and built standing and being with the appurtenances
Bill filed: 10th Muy, 1950,

Dated; 30th May, 1950,

H. WILLIAMS
Registrar-in-Chancery



OFFICIAL NOTICE

IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery

perscms having or claiming any estate, right or interest or any

Act, 1906, I do hereby give

len or incumbra

notice to

all
nee

in or effecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the property of the defendant)

to bring before me an account of their
vouchers to be examined by me on a:
of 12 noon and 3 o'clock in

the afternoon

claims with their witnesses, documents
ny Tuesday or Friday between the

at the Registration Office, Put

hou

and
ars
phi

Buildings, Bridgetown before the 28th day of July, 1950 in order that such claims

may be reported on and ranked

according

to the nature and priority ther

eof

respectively otherwise such persons will be prechided from the benefits of any

decree and be deprived of all claims on

or against the said property.

Plaintiff: ROBERT DECOURCY O'NEALE
Defendant: MANNING & CO. LIMITED
PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate in the City of

Bridgetown and Island aforesaid cc ntaining by estimation two thou

sand one hundred square feet or thereabouts abutting and bounding a

on three sides on lands of the defendant,—Manning & Co, Limited

and on the fourth side or
Bill filed: Sth May, 1950.
Dated: 30th May,1950



SHIPPING NOTICES

¢«
MONTREAL,

LAND LINE LTD., (M.A.N.Z. LINE)
8s “CITY OF DIEPPE” sails
Adciaide May 19th. Melbourne June

2nd. Sydney June 14th, Brisbane June
24th arriving at Trinidad. about July 2st
8.s “PORT WELLINGTON” | sails
July/August. Brisbane early August
Melbourne mid July. N. Queensiand
Sydney mid August arriving Trinidad
dout 9th September.

These vessels have ample space fo:
chilled, hard frozen and general cargo
Cargo accepted on through bills o
lacing with transhipment at Trinidad for
British Guiana, Barbados, Windward and
Leeward Islands,

FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD,,
Agents, Trinidad.
DA COSTA & CO. LTD.,
Agents, Barbados.

ALCOA MUMMER

ALCOA SANGER
of Ventnor plantation) situate at Ventnor in the parish of Christ Church

in this Island containing by admeasurement One acre thirty two and| 4/COA ROAMER
one quarter perches (inclusive of two and one quarter perches of a road
which was formerly a private road but is now a public road) Butting
and bounding towards the north on lands of Clapham plantation towards
the East on lands now or late of James Weekes towards the West on

s but now of Gordon Nicholls,

J. E, Marson and Mrs. D. J. Bynoe and on lands of the said W. T. and
F, D. Barnes and on the South on the public road or however else the

Property :
lands formerly of W, T. and F. D.
same may wo and bound.

Upset Price: £2,083.

Date of Sale: 28th uly, i 1950

Registration Office,



THERMOMETERS—2 kinds

MAPS—Imperial and Political Wall Maps of the

H WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery.



World.

ANEROID BAROMETER, etc.
— also —

WIRE TRAYS —

and many other Office

ROBERTS & CO,



(House and Land) known as .
the Property of C

intu an Hotel or two Flats.

in its own Grounds, of approximately

pe

may be made by Appointment,
. For further particulars, kindly apply to:
ha
os
SEM CSE AAA



POPPE P PPPOE

PUBLIC AUCTION NOTICE

UPON INSTRUCTIONS RECEIVED, |, the undersigned, will offer for
sale by Public Auction on WEDNESDAY, ‘July 19, 1950, at 2.00 p.m. at the
Site, THAT MOST DESIRABLE, ATTRACTIVE & WELL KEPT PROPERTY

“POUR WINDS”
situate at the Fortlands, Basseterre, St, Kitts, B.W.1.,
A. L, Shepherd,
THIS RESIDENCE which has a delightful view overlooking the Harbour,
is in First Class condition and could be easily converted, with little expense,

The House is fitted throughout with all Modern Conveniences, and stands

This Property is strongly recommended, and inspection Is invited, which

WIRE BASKETS
Requisites.



DIAL 3301

one Acre of Lawn and Garden.

x

EMILE 8. DELISLE,
Auctioneer, St, Kitts, B.W.I.

PPC LLL



BARCLAYS BANK (DOMINION, COLONIAL AND OVERSEAS)



profits to date, reserves for c
ance of profit and loss

Notes in circulation

Acceptances and other liabilities «
ers



CAPITAL
Authorised

7,228,500 “A” shares of £1 each

500,000 “B” shares of £5



STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS, 31st MARCH, 1950





LIABILITIES AND OTHER ACCOUNTS

Current, deposit and other accounts, taxation based on

£
ontingencies and bal-
365,433,328
636,902
an account of custom-
26,890,428

392,960,658

Balance divisible into such shares

as the directors may determine

Issued
6,621,500 “A” shares of £1
fully paid, converted into
500,000 “B” shares of £5
£1 paid

RESERVE FUND

| 25th May, 1950

£7,228,500
each 2,500,000
9,728,500
271,500
£ 10,000,000
each
stock £ 6,621,500
each,
500,000
- — 7,121,500
8,000,000

£ 408,082,158

ASSETS.

Cash in hand and balances with
Money at call and short notice
Remittances in transit
Bills discounted

Investments



bankers 79,640,534
10,650,000

4,698,349

x 71,586,090

Securities of the British, Dominion

and Colonial Governments

(in-

cluding securities lodged with the
Crown Agents for the Colonies as

security for note issue and
others)

Other investments

with
£96,054,106

3,214,900

99,269,006

Barclays Overseas Development Corporation Lim-

ited 200,000 shares of £10 each, fully paid, at cost

less amounts written off

Advances to customers and other accounts
Liability of customers for acceptances, ¢
Bank premises at cost less amounts written off

2,350,000

ete, 26,890,428
4,366,426

£408, 08: 082, 158



A. R. BOTHWELL,
Chief Accountant.

108,631,325 !

SS “BYFJORD”
“THULIN”

————_—— on

CANADIAN SERVICE



SOUTHBOUND ‘
Sails Sails
Name of Ship Montreal Halifax
8.8. “ALCOA PILGRIM” June 26th June 380th
3 “ALCOA PENNANT July 7th July 10th
§ “ALCOA POINTER” July 21st July 24th
8.8. “ALCOA POLARIS” Aug, 4th Aug = 7th Aun lith

NORTHBOUND

Arrives
Barbados :
S.S. “ALCOA POLARIS" July 4th For Montreal

These vessels have limitedpassenger

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20th June, and thereafter about every thirty-three days.

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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE

St. Michael’s Girls’ School





THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1950









warmly Mrs. Tudor and the rest]
: # my Staff for the loyal help and







TALL SCORING BATSMEN

penne

SR Eee

F. WORRELL

— 225 no.

E. WEEKES
— 190 no,

THESE three batsmen of the WI
between them off the Leicestershire bowling.
have made to date on the tour.

West Indies
651—2

10 Picked For
S. England Team

LONDON

July 12





ron nember of the team t
@ From Page 1 represent the South of England
sign of his recent knee trouble against the W.1. in the Hasting’
increased the astonishing pace and festival on September 2, 4, and
in sixty five minutes npleted 5 have been chosen, leaving on+
the season's fastest cent , eight place still to be filled
minutes better than that by Len The ten are G. Doggart, (Capt
Hutton last month. Nothing like Camb University); J Dewe
this effortles gathering of runs (Cambrige University); C Van
at high speed had been seen at Ryneveld, (Oxford University):
Leicester for many year In C Knott (Hampshire); James
forty minutes after tea Weeke Langridge (Sussex); H. Gimblett,
made 76. He and Worrell added (Somerset); R. Clarke, (North-
309 in 145 minutes and in the last amptonshire); H Stephenson









thirty minutes harassed the tired |‘ (Somerset) ; W Parkhous
fielders by running daring sir (Glamorgan); B. Muncer, (Gla-
gie Leicestershire h no coun rgat

ter to such brilliance Worrell —Reuter
should have been caught at 134

off-Sperry and Weckes at 105 off

Walsh. Worrell’s second hundred

oceupied 134 minutes and at the Then and now stamp
close he had hit one six and twenty hie sr Seem = om 7
one four while Weeke had er Derotnee |
claimed one six and twenty-three | A ; :
fours in the West Indies bigges* te

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team were in a tall scoring mood yesterday,
These were the highest scores



@ from page 5
j} like to extend a warm welcome
; to Miss Molly Radcliffe who has
taken over the Dancing Class in
School now that Madam Bro-
mova has left the Island. I hope
she is going to be very happy
with us. We now have 44 girls

Worrell and Marshall

Open Tennis
‘Tournament
On Saturday

'
|
RK. MARSHALL
— 188
and knocked up 603

AT a meeting of the Barbados | Division of the St. John Ambul-
Amateur Lawn Tennis Association |@nce Association.
held on Tuesday the 27th June, the This Entertainment cleared
Members of the Council of the $93.00 and our Cadets are very

A

ciation decided to enter a
1 from Barbados in this year’s
West Indian Championship, to be
held in British Guiana during Sep-




tember In an effort to select a
team to represent Barbados, the
jarbados Amateur Lawn Tennis
Association has decided to run a
series of matches here on the
courts of the Belleville and
Strathclyde Tennis Clubs which

have been lent to the Association
for the use of the Association on
one day per week each

All clubs which are affiliated to
the Association have been asked
to nominate their four best play-
ers who would be available to
make a trip to British Guiana in
September

The Council of the Association
have decided not to run the local
tournament on a knock-out basis,
but to arrange the matches in an
effort to discover the best combin-
ations tq represent Barbados

It is Red that the public will
give this local tournament their
whole-hearted support, and the
Association has decided to charge
an entrance fee of 1/- at these
games in an effort to raise funds
to help with the expenses of the
tour

The Tournament opens on Sat-
urday, July 15, and the fixtures
take place at Strathclyde Tennis
Club. Play starts at 4.30 p.m. and
the fixtures are as follows:

Men’s Doubles























































belonging to the Dancing Classes
Music Circle

Music Circle
They

Our .

flourish

here May

continues te
gave a Concert
26th The whole
Music Circle along with other
members of the School attended
a Film Show at the British Coun-
cil on June 22nd where they
were shown ail the various in-
struments of the Orchestra and
other films, Our thanks are due
to Mr. Tucker for arranging this
ior us

Cur Bible Reading Fellowship,
affiliated to the Bible Reading
Felowship in England, now ha;

on

. oe _, | Under-privileged children from the| turning out of good Christian

hil our Animus KecUnion wits] Cathedral District and the Salva-| Citizens of Barbados
those members who have left tion. Army. In April the Com- We want our gitte to: be cour- SHEETING
School panies camped in the grounds of |teous, reliable, ready to assume iii

We are very grateful to Canon ed ree. Fever : oe responsibility, looking to the
Harvey Read for coming to our mar. oe thoveaghiy eatieved |needs of others before their own,
Re-Union and giving us a most teen patton The Giitnes tthe “| willing, nay eager to serve the|
helpful and inspiring talk. ha py surprise one morning when cummunity to the very best of | WHITE Per yd 1. RED per yd 5

At the end of last year fifty- Mrs Sigies very indi ‘visited their ability in gratitude for the
three members of our St! John the Camp We are grateful to the | Opportunities they themselves
Ambulance Association obtained Rev. Haynes for allowing us to have had.
their Preliminary First Aid Oer- camp in the School grounds. The|, It is my earnest hope, there-
tifcates. IT know that Mrs. Sav- Companies took part in all other fore, that the following beautiful
age especially will be very re- activities ofthe Association in-| Verse. by the Rev, G. A. Stud-|

lieved to hear that these certifi- Juding the Guide Fair where they |@¢"t-Kennedy may be taker as a) 0
cates have been presented al- eee th : He neat ld Stall alon with | Rule of Life’ by all past, present} . .
on the Guides of St Philip. * ~ fand future ppamnbere of St, Mich-|

n May 19 a Variety Entertain- i a ve aye | ael’c Girls’ School:—

ment was put on here to raise Our Ranger Company numbers ' ; “To give, and give, and give again,

funds to assist with the pureHas-
ing of the uniforms of our Cadet

grateful to Miss Symmonds who

organized and ran the Enter-

tainment for them. Our thanks
are due to Miss Harper, Miss

Pickering and Miss _ Phyllis

Bowen who take the First Aid

Classes on Friday afternoons,

Our Old Girls’ Association con-
tinues to be active. In December
members of the Choral Group paid
their Annual visit to the St. Mi-
chael’s Infirmary. They enter-
tained the inmates of the male sec
tion with Christmas Carols and
distributed sweets and flowers t
beth male and female inmate
Christmas Cheer in the form of
hampers was sent to six poor old
ladies in the parish of St. Michae!

30 In Games Group

The Games Group now has a
membership of 30 girls who, are
being trained in Net-ball by Mr
Bruce St. John.

The Annual Re-union was held
here on March 2 and 60 Old Girls
New Officers of the
Association were elected.

We are pleased to welcome back
Elese Murray who had a Scholar-
ship to study Infant Teaching in
England, and has returned to her
post as Inspector of Infant Meth-
ods in the Elementary Schools. A
large number of our Old Girls
give up much of their spare time
to the work of various Clubs and
Organisations, and thus are ren-
dering good service to the Com-
munity.

day another of our old girls hearc
of her promotion
gratulate Miss Ercil
being |
All Saints Girls’ School pre ge P .
Our Brownie Pack now number: : a great deal
\
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our
sne
the
ing her absence Miss Jean Best i
acting Brown Owl

Guide Companies remain at
maximum, 36
Twenty-four

pleted their Second Class Test.
December the Guides held

the Company visited.

;CO-operation they
being one of the ten Charge Nurses | times.

who gave the best
Hospital for 1948-49

service to the
Mid-day to-

I heartily con-

Osbourne or

say

appointed Headmistress o

15. There are 10 enrolied Brown-
es and 5 Recruits. Miss Quintyne
Owl, has resigned a
is now married and living in
U.S.A. Miss Symmonds,

Tawny Owl, is still on leave

Sche

Brown

our

Dur- | idea

4 Guides

The numbers two Gir
th
in each Company.

of these

in our

have com-
In |
their
usual Christmas Party for 35!

24. During the Easter Term there |
was an overnight hike to Paynes
Bay and a Day’s hike near the
Christ Church Lighthouse which
In April the
Company held a successful Danc¢
in aid of its Overseas Camp.

They are now looking forward
to a week-end Camp in the holi-
days. The Company took part in
all parades held during the year
and in tne Entertainment on June
23 and 24 run by the Rangers of
the Island in aid of the Girl Guide
Headquarters Fund.

I have to thank Miss Millington
and the Rangers for a fine gift of
Girl Guide Books for our Library.

I am very glad to be able to

announce that in future we
shall be importing our own
Text Books for Sale to the
girls. We hope to have the
majority of our Books on Sale
from the beginning of the Jan-
uary Term 1951. We are very
grateful to the Government
for giving us a grant to start
this Scheme.

We are sorry to loose Mrs. Sweet
as a member of our Governing
Body. She has had to resign as
she is now living in Trinidad. Mrs.
Sweet was at all times keenly in-
terested in the Welfare of the
School

We extend a hearty welcome
to Mrs. Burrowes who has been
appointed a Member of our Gov-
erning Body in place of Mrs.
Sweet

“The Sun Shines”

We are grateful to the Bridge-
town Players for sending the
School six Complimentary Tickets
both for “While the Sun Shines”



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that
some of you

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onclusion |
perhaps 1
here

on the results of

Certificate

This is a Government
ondary School and it is but right!
that the public should have some
f the standard the School |
achieves in work, |

give me at
I hope everyone will visit
the Exhibition of
Housecraft Room
cf the proceedings here

In ¢

work
after

t may
that
of

the
should

I

in

like

‘It is most important, how-

and



right gle

——_

“What God has given thee;
“To spend thyself, nor count the cost
“To serve |
“The God who gave all worlds that are |
“And all that

priously

are to be”

ever, that both pupils, parents
prospective
should realise that the
mary aim of the training giv-
en at St. Michael’s Girls’
Sehaol is not the obtaining of
a School Certificate, even a
Grade L. Certificate, but the

parents

pri-



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r vs. J. § ; Par 6 J shou ike here to congratu- ays were greatly enjoyed
ae Wiles west’ of 8 ae na Ie late the tallo wing f Old our girls. Sst AUIS: eee aeotan Mie Conta
a Court No. 1—Umpire D. Wiles. Girls — Miss Hildagarde} Once again we have to thank SYDNEY GREENSTREET = JOHN HODIAK slick i hi act
; Dr. A. S, Cato and L. Harrison]Weekes who has been ap-|our good friend, Mrs. Stoute, for
vs. W. A. S. Crichlow and E. R. {pointed to act as Lady Assistant}her kindness in coming to the LIONEL BARRYMORE PREP PLOSEL LAP PPP PAP PLP CPLA PLP LPL ALLA
Atkinson—best of 5 sets Probation Officer, Miss Sylvia}School and examining our New |
Admission 1/- Watts on her appointment as|Girls in connection with our | Screen Play by FRANK FENTON « Based On a j
The tournament continues at |Headmistress of St. Peter's Girls’| Health Service | An Original Story by MANCHESTER BODDY
Belleville Tennis Club on Tuesday |School; Nurses Olga Small, Hor-| I should like to thank too Mr.

18th July at 4.30 p.m, tense Daniel, Isaline Connell and] ucker of the Diactod by RICHARD THORPE «Produc ty EDHIN H. KNOPF
the gift of
Mr. Brancker, Mrs

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3ritish Council for
two Prizes, and also
Cummins and!

Fixtures for will be Foster who A METRO-GOLOWYN-MAYER PICTURE @

published in Sunday’s Advocate

HEN Great Britain carried off the European Bridge title
for the third consecutive year, our players did more
than nose out victors in a remarkable last-round photo

Tuesday Daphne have
pleted their training at the Gen-

eral Hospital and qualified for the

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finish. Under any other method of scoring we would have Y Hospital Badge; Nurses Muriel ness in presenti izes ib x
. any J 8 ant a an) a ee oe oe A Ss presenting prizes \S *
won by the largest margin in the history of the champion- Combermere Old Ramsay, Valda Ramsay and Muriel I now have the very pleasant|§ %
ships. = Barrow on passing the Prelimin-| , t and t thick I look!¢ a
Sar each mutch. the tutnaver ssaennepenusnemedsenmsesenstiiesteeine Bovs’ Cricket Toda > }ary State Examination, ery see oh 4 W ie : Day ? rl$ Ne
on each hand is reduced to inter B a y Nurse Muriel Ramsay on being | forward Fey a pecch aos ee %
national match points. If the y M. HARRISON-GRAY ey ; awarded a Prize for General Nurs- | thanking publicly on behalf of the % e
final margin is lots than FVC eet The annual Past vs. Present ing and a Prize for Anatomy and ‘School and myself our Governing |g
match points. the result is a Combermere match takes place at Pr oe } oa ach Se ae ee Body for the very great interest | ¢ ~
Craw, ritain and Sweden each next November. Three of them the schdol grounds today at 1 vy ch OBY; sy 7 Barrow i they take in the welfare of the ¥
Ost three matches, the adverse had never played before in the i . % A on being awarded a rize for - ea hae ¥
margins in our case being five. European Ct mpionships, at p.m. The “Past” will be repre-l Anatomy and Physiology and |School . The unfailing support | J
Be ea eee teenie Wis ceitgumnyaaaned abitevat | sented as follows:— ©, S. Coppin} Nurse Valda Ramsay a Prize ‘for |hiey give to any matter I put be- |§ °
match points over the ten str seince 1937" pelng the (capt.), J. H. Lucas (Vice-Capt.),] Hygiene; Charge Nurse Thelma|fore them for its well-being | .
Matches was 186. Sweden the One of the most formidable = 7 Spee E eee’ ai Be Hamblin on being awarded a Dr.|makes my position a happy on¢
runners-up could only show ® teams were the Dutch, with the surke, |] . Clarke, aptain] Hawkins’s Trust Fund Prize for I would like also to thank most |
pins of $8. These figures speak famous partnership of the R, A. Sealy, C. G. Alleyne, L. C - hater ig
or hemselves Goudsmit srothers in action Donovan, E. G. McComie, S. T. - r r . Cor NT
tho Brfflsh players “used the wet.” forthe first time since the = | imnth. L. Roach (extra) GOES ACTION THIS WEEK-END |
Standard Bridge methods of the besi pairs in Europe since The “Present” will field K starts FRIDAY—BIG DOUBI Vr 1%
described in my daily articles the first championship meeting A. Branker (capt.), O, H, Wilkin-
The pnly slight deviations were in 1932. but one of the brothers aA 0 R Knight Gg N’. Grant with f ‘
due to the exigencies has only recently returned from wuts pnt, G . mast : ‘ ee oe
play; for instance some of us a long stay in America D .A. Toppin, O. V. Elliot, M. E BENIND-THE-OCENES DETECTIVE STORY! LUTHER MOLE» LEY UORDERER » EEL. DATO i
opene ne No- Trump. when no i nas ) ¥ 3eckles, E G j reese pay Ss ee
reverting to the standard tiie Luck was out Adams, RvE, Norville, &, ‘McK i %} JEAN NEGULESCO - CASEY ROBINSON " pr
rever o the standard 16- : ams, b, ones |
; Britain were drawn against r g Sx tre x
when vulnerable } Richards. N .M. King (Extra) __ ‘a: re y
My adathen hee. a Holland in the first round and . BRS
eee nanen are won by = )70)10) a itiktch Beite Ti wre a 3 ai EN ING i 0-VMORROW
"he standard of card play is Could have saved one of these —- SS ¥
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yar ene canoes re idmitted by the Dutch them- Saturday, 15th July (rriton ter the fereen by Report Liaott and freak Bort AND % (1) “HARVEST TIME” (Terrytoon in Technicolor)
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ms ' 1ands, out our luck was dead out EC ES f AAAIT| EMOTION
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Mil I:MI\\ IDL1 i : IMI HAHHAIMK UIVOCATK PAf.r. FIVE Si. Michael's Girls' School Holds Annual Speech I)a> VOL HAVE 1 MESSAGE Ob SERVICE TO OTHERS CANT STOP It's time you took someVENOV GOVERNOR TELLS GIRLS you and I I" i in this %  Muc.ul'.s Girls' S 'v IU %  Mi Savage said thai 1hki\i to think i %  %  %  Kfluienl Ti'iihini; II id Traffic Stopped Completely There is a notable absence of lion co-operation by the public, especially pedestrians and eyelist* v. Hit the Police efforts to control and reeul.'ile traffic in the cit>\ ID spile ol obvious sign* to help motorists, cyclist" and pedaaInans comph wild tbi M0I011 fall to i:i the pavementin liroad Street mid cross WIHTCVCI tluv plan An Advocate reiwrter made some checks yesterday and found Uioti In five minutes, forly-one Pedestrians craned the Victoria I'ridlr without usinji the patfau:iv. I: Ti : % %  : t.'H minutes not J single pacano crossed through the path' indicated by the sign Vh uon here". At the head of Broad Street J cyclists tiUMdad In tnrouRh pedestrians crossing In the channel indicated by studs and did not wait until they could cross %  wheelbarrowin tl lOftd, On*man %  putting on rHaa while the other l . . New Dean THE Appointments' Board mei on July ilth and on the l tion of the Lord Bishop of Bftl ir/. i Hie Ki-V'|.*ti Canon C L (; MandeviUe. H A Reel I llip, to be Rector of St Mkh—1*1 succession to the Revel II J i who resigned on June MM The new itti fa %  %  IW\ lilll.lllll' i %  Cyprian, vaunt by tin men! ol Canon (; i. Q deville %  i H BE New Head For All Saints' MISS EKCI1. OS BOURNE w v A t I hai i-in anoint) I of the All Saint i Bl !' %  '• i. .: meet la Oilkes who %  antl retired \ew YWCA Collects SI 92 J l si i>\ i i; id Ml %  %  %  it the I H \ • %  %  %  %  A Claxki 1 %  %  received the f II lion of the i \ art in tl %  i an M n gi n g '' % %  and three parts from tl ; ri M'IMII,ii. S ... i ip. each With .. v %  %  -.\. %  %  %  lorn ol social welfare work when thej would luv %  %  ; i i i e or to create au H. ion Sosplctati runnii It n. but i \i, %  i %  %  MiV A i at Biii;ul K'I-TI itsell was crowded with padeauiana who ignored the lad to the general conEcstion. Some cyclists paused (or a cha* on the pavements and tK?lr machines temporarily blocked trip passage What turned oul to bi %  flic bloek was the Lad that three men wHh wheelbarrows were engaged In patching the .Mirfaee of the road at the l>olt;m of Broad StreeT. They lef; their wtieel barrows ot one time in the centre of tho road successfully blocking tmrlli on both sides of the lOftd until they wara aonatralnad to move at least one of them to allow of Me pa i aaaa aboume was fot Of the St. Mai School, and has been a teacher for nearly 14 yens Bho ami among the lirst art of teacha %  dMon Training CoUega SinlalMa UP her new appo ntent on Mundav 17th. %  %  %  %  P. A Clark) Itora Ha lugs Anviii. ti a Y W C A n i! i wai %  lltRKSISTIBI.E! BOOTLE. Lancashire while Field lUrahal vucounl Montgomery was inxpecling a troop of aoUUsn here, a the crowd tried to kiss him She said later: I hu Churchwarden Pleased; T With New Steel Shed V P OUI i HI i i 11: kP8 again i %  ia %  .i • . .. was char| i %  % %  %  %  ... .,:>.. .: %  %  tiling to at a M .i Bfl OBI tenuon, • % %  .gin a manefoui for driving wiutoul n ooable eonaidei I One ii I %  •. %  %  as eharawi foi causing i ,i< it, i %  .. .i r fot UaUIg .i vehn-le vttii dafactive I E VERTON I.XMIII I to th I ".r head%  %  I .:.. il. Mill r. Cummin Pi • %  > pravl i with ( % %  > lin Aid iin th V ; %  Ige School "'er.i II pn ,ifi| %  %  : 1 %  The Faaateea Bata" Iafathi : .. \ %  gave just thai %  which made the audlen tlmea forgel %  not reality Un Savage h %  and %  %  • neit> at> OlrU" s< hool which wa %  | st Mlchaal'i Girl rf i : .ai wish nv ol th> .,it,i in det : n Inal i aki the deacii] An i glrl H •• itself is known I %  %  %  %  %  It o doing. Her report u i %  and Ihe lehool results %  luatlf) thai congratulaf il out behalf g. rui pui ; %  noon on I I I hope I will be encouraj %  • %  I Sd %  ng In U* *di wh and the 'in* ti Vou probably are %  "• Mi u St M, I.,, I is known Bft Ihr >liBCMii.in \neel" lut hr *• Tin with Nprrlal niMiif In aaaeaal L at .im limes .is is naardag m OM TenUmrni Uries. like t. think that U % %  age foi prej ItUenahlp each with a messoth ai i cnutrihu'.'k*fag font of KM i.it welaave icfaool Yon will need a graal meaaure of %  ra %  bul adth the training for leadership which you are now recalvini I am certain ing tt play an Importuut part In the future %  ol Bai i ado 'id report ol the school the past year. Mi Burtoi Haadnuatraas, said. %  : lion Con n Ittaa Judes and memtemporar) rfteltei win ieon mittaa ffhenevei Ihia theftei giving their lei %  ft linnl %  Prom the accompanying pfct I will hiseen that the shed : rhli money has b* into the landscape and the colour %  ch a r ge haa blended wall with the gardens ami nsrrounding buildings. The rust of Ihe shed has been defrayed by the Agricultural Society who VJS granted pannl by the VcetfS 10 eraot this shed.. rente I HI It Li root with lattk a woii and has a cement floor. ind t".' all Mid tin it tht Not Spoiled In showing a representative of thl in %  the 'hed Mr Bruce v.praaanl Church.'.. bai :n Ins opinion th ; ami and the >' In with the %  . the loot H.H high d "light have blocked the bulldingl -if the Agricultural Department from view >aid Mr. Weatherh.-ad. "but as you will see it does not' "The Votiy ha. -J duty to the public as a whole and noi to one section. The Agrnultur.il BoekM] offered to erect Itns at then ex pense. F.\ %  ; %  customary Can e Itented I can he rented at the of the Vestry for various puijust aa the other 11 lent tor public meetings res and religious meetings. Q i'iik has to cater to the : many bodies of varying activities There is the Agricultural Society with the Annual Exhibition, there is the Annual lla/aar. there is the Girls' Industrial Union with their Annual Fete, dances i %  ind cluba, the Brotherhood and other bodies. the .iiiommodatioii foi children %  : will coal an %  ll in order That is a • ;i>n of the Vaatn There U the playground used h Spartan and the Police foi l .nd football." "This is the Vestry's position In JM matter; and the pui'i ad tb Church warden. f S87 m each was \ l>rax Hall Wrxxb Bl told the Polka thai U house • %  .! I B l ITfUCS III SBANDfl Of New Oilcans. SI Michael in centiy Ii • n accident which occun Temple lload. Cltj Also involved was motor eel by M L H f Fontubcilc and driven I ridge O bhan of Spa I T ill. POLICE HASH popular 1 i i [ea %  i %  A ramll cert iti %  Ihe It, %  : [i %  T-lll. ii.ni I IM.MA Will •I'. I'. %  • tight Thi ID th p E IQH1 rttAI I II OmNCH %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  driving without r e aaona b le eoaIderauon One nn.' and anothei foi u*inK %  H htng : I %  ..-. . %  lone hi %  %  nd d nnh iiiiii arhi %  %  ItUfl IV oul i. %  was a ran DO mi e and dm m• %  erioual) detraci from ihe en seal mualcal effed of the whole "I liked ver> much thi Sear* h bj Purcall i" the Upper Midas School thai VM %  | .Ml. "An hwpreaale and level stuged and %  • tad %  cane whit h ami Odled % %  "in 'A ol\ W,:> S| irituaia produ •sui Uvi singing both %  %  | "i iic.n'iu rnngratulate Ihe i Staff mi reaQ rxoeUent work and l shall not soon forgel n vlall to thii School' On I*I. .ill of thi Si inngratulati Ml monda on the reall %  work the) are doing in the Si hool Sir,.. *VEN0S* LIGHTNING COUGH MIXTURE PERFUMES THAT LAST OOi \ Peefaakea. ftalagaaa Pawdai trace and lutiw \ \<>\ I" mill ill ..-s 1. nl THE HSMoroiirAN I In ill,,1. Hour Tan .i m on faarah HU> was a verj IhrUUng hour for .ill of in at st BUebaeTe, ha knrUy aftat tn bad the privtsaga of ateti M H M Prii he drove pa Ihe Bt h Hei R IV..I Highaaaad I stop the cat .mil asked me to ti* a rsDUdu u did no) %  earn poaalble that the K' could %  i than thaj had bean di.ua; ( tin UDM the Royal Pi %  %  k n ame in Ighl hilt tthc the hnllil.iv WHS ;,nI found 1 had l in q ,i:, n i taken In thafa • ipadt) u-\ making Wi an var) Erataful to KL %  ncy !! %  Oove i and Mi Savage foi InvtUng foui %  >f .mi ajru and g m the staff tn .i retention foe Sch Children IQ meel M p u Prlnreaa Alice I M-|.l|ltioils Evei '• Kenned Colleen Aahby, Hyadnth kleConnej Barbara Bai i i Eileen lohnaon have uiii.nri.-ii i amptlon from ihe London Hanicul.ittoll %  p I %  I 0 %  I Competition toil yeai Uv S hool ; I'm II Prln f... it. Poatera In the Division With legal.I In the stall Vt i BtetUl to Mis Hladiili fm BCtllU Mi Pi ml %  M Gloria Ramaay who acted foi Mrs Tudor at the beginning of thl J iary Term i • welcome %  l Mt tva Sb in who In .... .iI 'i of out SUIT 1 would Ilka hare i ngratulate Miss Innlss on passing bai intermediate Aits AI Chrntnia* we sent oui .... men! n % %  In the Si hool t.. th. lh Convent of nil <;.!.. i si,, [.in rd and tin Goodwill League i % %  he fm dlatrihatJon U h i lull Oi March 7th Di W. Ilarn\i \ nn o OraanlrJ ..f sr i.. i hap i w:i dan ...... %  i and |K*nt two bout he r Annual Athletii Spoil held on March TMi Aian Ul < ..ii'.IH-tillOl: and Khr,ilM>th was Ihe Champion House i would like u. thank Mis .1 I'll Malmm I mi,, .,,,1 (,„ %  o kindb preoentlni the Cupi i hi iieh.dt .ii the n r• <—• i i i \, a> aa Mr K Seven Speech I lavs ht, mv wil I win be attandlni aevi n rcsaing l %  I ell i ..i public ii ' %  y as tunltj and 1 coal) wiah I i. Ike ea inmiitt If win to pi i" Inclplea of yoUl IU mea m Take one i %  ihe singing of last year we ob. ..... [erlt in Grade V %  WE ALL CANT I1LOW SMOKE KINGS BIT WE CAN BUY >_.;•• & H 66 DOBIES" FOUR SQUARE BRAND AND ENJOY "A GOOD SMOKE: V.V.V.V.VeV.VaVeV I FOR THI. < OMFORT OF YOUR PETS USE %  %  ITIIIW llll IMIUIIIH .,,..1 %  BJ IM HI.W IVSHT Kill I II H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD 8 Diitribulor. I ViVWAVAU. a_._B_._B_, Bridal Coronet I'n.es si..-..-. ga.79 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10, II. 12 & 13 tiol SIIMI YOU'LL WELCOME THESE !! UM...,ll.ln. Mln I I • I ilM.rk Mirror ...din.' l.iU.li lurlrrs OMIeli Nil,,.,,. , \ Tor-ul| in,, KMGIITS I IIRUG ml TwreFrt-i STORES mi mm mn -mn .i a nrt rut MM: VIK THE SHADOW OF VOUB FORMEB SELF? Dot %  only hall alfcvc t can when lUnd elixir nf ; ancj jroui .."i %  Ynu will toon prova to yoursalf that II oti will EAT WKLL, BLEEP M TKfiPH08, formi rl known gj THIOI ; NUTROPHO (hnaarij kaowa m Tllini'liosi Hi. s.lr ill nil I..H„I < In-n.ist= STOKES ft BYNOE LTO-.r i



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PACE TWO Catob gnUing BAIBADOS ADVOCATE Korea *s Joan Of Arc GuvH IS the %  Of the S: i %  Cukr Expected To-day H OM (i cum o.tvt., HLC %  i M lli.rbado> lUU'gtiUj .a the mini Londun %  ..1111114 m%  :i. ,r. lb* I Kingdom I! .N no! yet known i(Dr H G ike Other Barbados irrlvmi Double Coincidence! M .' ..1 ,1. 10 C*JeA. Idlng Ani' %  %  '00 havi' hern nun 1 < %  '! %  I twent*) %  ti.i %  4b tin wmp Hotel \ So the other afternoon 'her" were simultaiii>u* cetebraUoni bank where both coopV 1 hug. and the two hanm couple* wet %  In* othsjri gue'ts and c-nch other—the toast being, another tetenty-frt of health and raaasjghssssl To Lecture in St. Lucia M R. AUBfUTY DOL'GLASSMITII. it.ic*5ni Tutor II. Berbadi^ ->i Uw Unives lego o! the AfesM 1 uus*. u-ft yeaterd;..v afternoon b> h v 1 A for St. LUCla "ii •< aKeaYt UMH Ii I l % %  ; Muni Department of the rjniwanlb Ha will be as u for one wn* He will lecture On the Ufa of To-day and on the Stem. On a Week's Visit M R. DAVID EVANS Stir., left on by I) W.I.A for St. Kilts on a short Visit He will !*• awav for one week. Returning This Afternoon M RS ELSE THAYSEN, wife oi Dr Thaysen, Hend of the Colonial Mlcro-Binlngical Research Institute in Trlnidfid. arrived herveslerda> bv R.W I.A., accompanied h.v her two All Bfl friend*. Miss Susan (.'mil la* and Miss Emma Coultas. slstan who Ore from Si I#>ins They have been Mm. Thayssn*i fuseta in Trinidad Thev will shortly Inreturning s. but before thej k 11 the W.I, they coulil not return home without Vasttlng Barbados even if it \ 320 run* Royal College S ISTEK CISLYN l.AMIIEHT. from Jamah %  arai m i 500 nuraas at a reception given bj 'he Royal College of Nurnes at the Guildhall last week. Chief guest was Ijidy Mount bat ten. who has bad .1 Unloog Intarasi in nursing. Sister Lambert is in London to study at the Royal Collage fa .1 year. Library Talk M R. ALBERT GUMES. chairman of the Tlinldad Public Llhrary, Mi Carlton Comma, Librarian, and Mr Quintln O'Connor of the Management Committee had an interview last Weak In London with Sir Ronald Adam. chairman of the British and discussed with him plans for a series of lectures on adult education in Tiiuasud. They also had lunch with Mr Oxbury. British Intransit 1 1 t b ... M football %  Canb Hi.I % % %  I'I Utdad ba %  %  %  %  1 tut return 1England Anothei iniuiiii! psieonger .:. ^ uinlert U 1. Ma* Paeloi %  itAive in ill-W.I Left Yesterday M R bud Mr* Tony' Lawk children left %  %  % %  h\ 11W I A Mi Lewis will bo ... %  .., %  foi tbo* %  • iicvtiini with 'i„. iK-s, e urch in Pnrt nf Spain, ihe proBeing oppa %  y Club Mr* L aW tl anil the tWO •%  illtlren will he remaining in Trinidad for about three weeks on holiday. Ml Lam 1-' parents. Landy's Brother M R and Mrs Jose de Monti-run arrived from Trinidad 1 %  daj b B.WJ A Thai wi re accompanied by two 1 tilldnn and are staying nl U* H I•' Ml or Moiithiuii. who is a Din-i Trinidad is .1 brother -•( Mr Landy Montbrun now well known La Barbados 'since his recent visit with the Jeffrey*! Heei Show Mi de Montbrun expects U> be here for four Or five d Montbrun and tha chttdren tnaj 1 *.> %  on fa .1 baiffoi hotldgy Malvern's President M R. and Mrs. Jam.-* E Groerenoi rsjturnad t" Trinidad yesterday aflamoon hy B w 1 A Mr Crosvenoi b tha President of the Malvan foi I ball Club, and he and hi, wife arrived here with the team Which recently toured Barbados Here For Two Weeks M ISS BBRVICI ami ShciL, Elieiinc arrive.) fr-un l)ommi'n on Tuesday |.. RG Airway to spend two weeks' holiday In Burbadov. staying at the Hotel Windsor YORK of Low T.1..11 lite Infill 14velL Question Of Bed* nd* Tie 1 %  %  %  %  -lit for ind-prr. Slranded in NM "We expecte.1 war.*" she said. 1 % %  .. Amor] .. FDJ %  attack, which we in I expected would some bn August 1 spterobac %  And am lay ofto 1 It li.'i 1oed"' Ml Yta rut tn P wai Slic will leturn to she can book as ben aha nan ina ean be transported to Kore... where MM U PW .'nit.' .in Universit) on tha Haa River. "On Han River," she says. %  halting her head from side to side almotl mechanically, "where nn one knows what frightful things are happening." The little woman, garbed in a flowing organdie nkirt ami the sUl brocade Jacket typical of Oriental fashion, spoke her fears In the offices of the Korean Consulate in New Ynrk. where her r. m familiar as that of Syngman Rhee Hi.o of IS hc ro,mr.| !" "" '" YOUR h "" p > '""' % %  Kon.;, from mm >iii 1945 | *&: h v '' """" ""' „ "' tm kOOB MsU % % %  Itn married. According to the findings of the t'ler.-te Ibla rule l,,,n'r W. *'""" %  "" W '"" m '"•' Korea wanted -norc than ai thing else tn be free %  pandent, and tbay robbad ui <>< OUT naJM, OUT flag, nur culture 1 1 hiKoroan leaden of IUIH feare.1 bliKxIshed In their uprisini'. S3 of their leaders met thai haw to hide fn %  i independence and then (ave Dthar M the.nselviv up to UHJapan,— for 2 T, 10 nujj,,. ^^p, lhc -,*.,.. U r trained couples." eventual* Tiinin\Y. jn.v IS, lftso Rupert and Miranda — 40 all gooc wrong." atr* "You'd ht\* bttn b*' nidi, iiiaapma h Yim curled pa of 'indii iai..tii.i. an in i pereon ,%  ,„. beeam branlled throughout the country vanished. M. I to the double bed | Inhibitions" I portant. MKOSSWOIIU I 1 J r 1 1 '1 r .1 d L 1 \\ iV B" 1 u .'.'l:. B 1 I distributinir the "l was enujtrl of %  an blandly Thov beat me with dobs and tortured me 1 %  I I lived to be free I must i-uinc in America und learn wh;>" to do more -for mi people rrel six months later but her parents, peaceful again baeausa she was home. refused tn i; ivc their rm, %  in i leavii! "S.i." the lays I poutude thai come went on a hunger strike Fur a hjrbsd llumbei week I ate nothing Thev MUd The poUalan found one double bed "h-'comes a conversation room" Wheri thev talk things nver before retiring. "Bevotin BDOd "i • %  the poll thestick toge t her, putting up with <',.(.thine — %  rule-, laatll kinis.in. sod 3 a.m. tmoking periods 3 old M lea, It was reported wanl then %  opantoMdjs. %  lain. They want, above all. ,11, % %  undisnaasore; i • i enetally Sak"iS. Sam. Trwii 1 H in m progrveme >'.>• %  >• i is I vUkMi Plassasi I I %  bed. 8 48 am nnii .... S m. CU-. Uowi^ -m IDMI The Nr. IS IS p m N %  ve M)'*. iiiipm PtsarasMni Payai the II IS P m^ J'tvu twer.1 i.i. brin tnt.rli.de. 1 p m L", ,. ... K.-i,Nl r vlf 1 J II:.. i Uj i a %  iiThr Dun 4pm Th* Ne i...... %  on i*ihto> Duaurd. 4 49 p ni Ht*idMVou< s UHIPIWW*' Chotc*. %  finHlr S 30 p r t'ltnlC*. • P m J n" %  % %  %  It id. nd Pnfude ; I S P i' •....letter: 7 p.m fl 1 7 10 p m Hw*-% Anabrti. 1 m fru+rt Kepon mi % tuple ijaaetaManklNl 30-1.4* light— go. go w ho have lick.-d all obstacles bj %  %  ; % %  "a.'rx.i.ii hat k III Korea In I9S3 • % %  bemaintaining two bedrooms, one Qeneral Stcretarj <>f the frith %  double bed. one with twin u . | n Dan i: '. ntain. S p ao 14II on of raaMrOai a pmfl*.-fm ft. 2, tn'.Mito. 3. Uanr7. -*—— III savings from nd %  %  .. %  !..I h ? %  & &%  -,?• inage. sSout V See 1 bo Aeria I. Dnaestlable u. mi. q. fine prata fur > \ upeiilim. iWI ii rWoor .a sino. (| if. rnus. tai laa itepir paid iai 1 fAdMaUs liclp wnolad. (S) 14. l.iJlit blow. 431 t'ii.i!*"$i *•""' tot^'lesoss rsiu I'.-imtui problem. (71 17. Per. (Jl in. Bhort u-t. (3i 15. Men iiat ttimiKM hara, lt| 21 uiiet -m* ortoa weekly. (TJ .'4. u. in -tiort|3) •ii*. rriea to attempt So ban • gut *i Thej used to coot tbo asaa saw*. Dssaaj 1. An action to aeold, 16. 41 a. } Duan u nevor tats. (0) J it wo urn we'd nar nutaa a 1 Down I (8) 4 BAUDM ariirft Journeya. |fti a Wiiero uu muy oatcb a V Down. Orimaca. it) w lit., ; II... fi i Uh ('"I 1. Waira—eounda into o u. See ft Down. %  0. Ourdenom Uae Uti .0 gnipliiy. ID :>1 OtnnaD taw. iJ til Y W C A for a short time, but bads aamsnaai P •<< A vaiaa* She "wanted to help i>eople go Said the couple "Which bedtsSa toiieflesV Is much more widely" that she u • ,,,„,, W fj ehOOee depend! 00 our .j,,,,^. guuhoii cu.* Club; io 40 i diMtatisfleel Several months later, gioods. No one ever tak"-u p m Tt>e i she discovered a girls* school go v (i,,„,INS 0I heavily in debt that she buy it on 530,0(M1 n her American fruit dealings Durmf the i iai war, aha i" came one of the trio of leade n in the uiulerKi.miid iiinveiiieiit She ran her school bv distributed leaflela at nljhl Immedialely after the War, she organlaad the "Women's Nationajatt Party" in irive the % %  on* n .if Korea ;| place in the political hfe of the nation. More than 100,000 women Joined up. and their work came to a head when the Americans and Russians met at Seoul after the war to solve the differences between them and Open the border at the 30tn Parallel II was a night in January. 24 degrees In-low i-ro. and she brought flve thousand women lc the building where the meeting IiH>k place to pTOtaal division (H the country. "Murh has happened since then." she sighs "We lost that fight and so now we an nghtlns %  INS. GLOBE THEATRE LAST SHOWING TO-DAY :, 0 a.3ii p.m. Bub ABBOTT and Ura C08TBUX) in WHO IIOM II and THE KILLERS i;i;i-iiiM, TEKT n WELl,IN ha the IDjl Festival Miinething has been missing. We nil knew what d WH Nothing Is any good today without beautiful "hostesses* In uniform So there's to be %  "nation-wide campaign. %  which will also be called a crusade, to And the right women to "Dispel Irritation and And who is better ntkod to be the Queen of these %  %  leu. s than Mil' B w Hnrnsjrl She li not .startlingly beautiful, hut she is the perfect tvpe Of this model II nor | exact)*, the wnt of drivel she Is expech 'i to talk in fact, 1 think the Festival He h d I %  i t lt Slopca net GUrlf" M %  Olven nylon k< the) ild be able to lure any amount of roreign vtsltoi la tnt top of Ihe Bl ol Toy 11 Tot i stow oi ihe i. Qavi rnmenl bullang on the i MI into the celetorla (milk cocktails nt all hours), or to the st iiiwhere British hime> 1displayed in little tins lot export Sui'l'n Vcir filing Syttvm T HE most fiet|uent ipiestinn asked is this If there's an %  \ %  rfkra of i %  tafrorh I from one sub-division into another brfmv Uie iveruo has been struck, which letter ihves (he overflow i onie uniici Suet replies that this Is Imm i i i: the Kverage has not been strmk the categories nmnill as they were, and the ihtTei entiidion Is b) letters, not by subh Ml >dlt i Ion In-ing accounted for as It is deal! With not mean, in all cases. that the entire i orre s sxaadenci undei one letter must neceesarilj be n. the same sub-dlvlslon, but it da %  s mean that ever) category acloi has to \r .lenlt with bi fon the ivi rage UJ trui k it Is averaite itself that the HSmponent parts fall into their thai all doubtful quasMlvod i" refi hlch Ihe Itgures refer This can be verified l<> taking gju ui actual example. A series of letters on. say. allocations oi bitumen from a Mrs. DublMild will com. eithei lUXSH B or 1) before the average is struck All that the avcrace does to Sffect such .. case is to put l> or It for H or I) Therefore there is no change, except In the order of the loui'iv For filing purposes this makes no difference, whatever the reference figure, unless it is spec!licalls stated thai ihe Hgurc is immaterial to B single case of this sort. sVn. ////i-fi./r Grtovumr* D EAR S\r. It 11 not diii;rm.*|i.I fo see afrnnp. ahli'-hmlicrf Koiino men siiftriu in buses ii'hile dous fieOC fo -fu'.d ( tliink' conductors should 6e gmpOHnrred m request passenocri fo offer their seals fo tfOtfS. Vrs. faifhfutlp. I Mrs i H Mofleton sVaBssf H ** u r "•' I it* "* Sahv SI I I I' in IOMIOII1 %  AXTJULUM A si'RtNtis BEIISTI: \s—:i it.. :t ft. sins.. 4 ft. 6 Ins. — also — COIL SPBINtiS complete with Rails A. Lugs (or MahosAiiy Bedstead*—3 ft. g Ina. and 4 ft 6 Ins. Obtainable from our HARDWARE DF.PARTMF.NT Teleahoue 2039 BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. *y/V^'.^o^%%^^v/.v//-^^',v/,vAv*v/.^*,v.*.'.'//,v//,^ov//////.vAv//V>v,-.','. I ENJOY THE FINEST! SERVE THE WHOLE FAMILY WITH \*$P J & R BREAD & CAKES S It's Better by far if it's / \ J Sj^r I j & R ^w^r| I rflbssBia 32 ^ Coffee Strainers Tea Strainers Egg Beaters Wire Cake Trays „ Frying Baskets „ Salad Washers Metal Skewers Potato Ricers Flour Sifters Oake Pans Screw Top Bottles Phoenix Ovenware AT PLANTATIONS i/m. BROAD STREET IIOVAI. (Worthmgs; I.A.t -.hiiwH ToDn -. . Hit Action Packed Double Oeorgo Raft In "IMRICI IB" and William Bojd as llopalong Caasidy "THE MAKAI MIRs FRIDAY NITE at B.30 "CARACAS NHifIT" mrau Tn-> %  laal | ahewi 4.45 A K 30 I luted Arti-ls Present. URK A BCItl \M>i i I Clyde Be.itt. mm I ..IM Sill..! III ll I 4.30 A 8.1S M-G-MDig Double Wallace lleei > Tom "THIS MAN S NAVY" and V Mil V Off DECISION" With Gregory Peek. — OI.Y.UPI4' AOI 'ATII' 41,1'B (l.\i:HA lM.mb.rs Onlyl TU-MOHT al %  SO Ihe Clo*>n Piuicaw ol Screen OaS ha4><> JOAN DAVIS in "HE'S MY GUY" •.Ui DICK KORAN. UBrNC HEJ4VTW. FUI7V KNIGHT A 1'nive.^ii nttsn PL^VZ-A W,d ft '"w-3 R 8 30pm u M'.VIJ: -, TlfUllJ ,nil lil f Ron-.il KTAGAN -SSSkrlSS TEMPLE in "THAT UAGE.X UIHL" Prulat 14th lllillTtn SAJUADHON' 'Tei hnlcolor ESUIIIMI GAIETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES WUIMWIAV AND nirltSDAV H 30 p m UAItNEKS KXl'ITlNU IXH'HIJ: 1111 J. "# BECAME A CHMIXAL" *llh Till HOWARD Bam !•< VIAX IS Wayne MUKJIISClair e TREVOR Alan IIAI.K ri.j4>. S..IU..I.O. Su, day M WAHNiat H HIT JOHN UARf-n fi//faffe&4tj& ...I in>i Repubik Berta] "Dl< K TRA4 V REM'RNS" With Ralph Byrd David Sharpe. Lee Forde Til NITI: AT Ml Madam O'LINDY A TROUPE In t \K VCAS NIGHT comes out in the flavour! And what goee in Why. pore %  i-'-ii. -A lir.it. fresh eggg aod butter— togetiier with the expericnoe that liaa made Hnntley and Palmer* famoue the whole world orer. So many thrilling varieties to chooeefrom—hiKionely.fihVd %  Costard Creams and Reading Creams '. meltingly delicious Shortcake '... all oveo-treeh,atsaled in tins god | ab, fmkpat*. HUNTLEY& PALMERS BISCUITS delia'otdS wholesome and nutritious -in You can always depend on the natural creamy flavour of \W i\ KL *-* HD&lf* Milk Users have marvalled at tha ooojlstsst • creamy flavour of "Oak"' brand powdtreJ milk. -How la it" they ask, "that throughout the yesr "Oak" milk powder can be dlstinpilshsd by tha sama delightful fla% ourf" The sccrat Is simple. The cows E reducing the milk from which "Oak" rand milk is prepared are fed all tha year round on the rich sunny grasslands of Hunter Valley. Australia. This ensures healthy cows yieldingrich milk and of k sonsistent flavour throughout tha year. Is rich, wholesome milk la picked under the most hygienic conditions so that sll the natural vitamins and creamy flavour ere retained. "Oak" dissolves readily In water ud Is ideal f,r drinking. Coffee. Don't worry over mountinc milk bills. a "Oak" brand milk powder with Its excelVnt Bfios value allows you end your rSmily b> dHnk milk freely 3 Lb. Tint $2.43 OAK %  DRIED riILL CREAM' HILK war ate OAK Full Cream Milk Po-d.r i Arthur A CO Piwvleton S Medfcrd Ltd %  NOW OBTAIN \RI.I AT ^—^— LIS. Oroce^p Kniihli Ltd 'Cil Pl.i Kniihii Kit i Perkilna Si So Ltd -Id Illfher Connell a Co W A Bedford Si Co Harold Proveebi S Co South Atweil Lid Sianafeld, Scot) Co L Bruce Weal he'head Ltd r. J. wrcuAita MASKITINQ O LTD —Sal* %  %  *.



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TIII'RSDAV. Jfl.Y II 1930 BARBADOS ADTOCATC I'M.I -l\ l.\ CLASSIFIED ADS. Mill %  ,.\t.K ::•:. n 1 C*l .-.all. Veloa II h p PMfeet Car d 11 ion two tor* put work irunfc .penally A ed for IM belle. carrying oi BUM* i.igga^e Hiig R I Ntcaoll* OIW ;•* Home SM* %  SB—I I n 1*4? S VAUXHAXL II H P SALOCiM— Recently overhauled and in good condition COURTESY UAKACE Dial MM 117 H—tn I'l BLK Mil MIA NOTICE \ -A apa I i-t -I 1 Pi ii> —. ...<• *ii.>. taaa tvn. -.-. i.. %  eanenl lo ike aoriatya 11 *• Jli •an ICE Hi:i mc.EHATOR — American Gib—., In good working oriter Can be aaan it W. 1 Monroe A Co I.Id High ItUeel I17t-*n PIAM <, r l>ln>; Electric Lighting Planl 110 voll DC tOO Wall Apply H tat Ijmpiii College Havartruiri Si John a I M %  LIVESTOC K MCLX* -One (I) doran mulH with M wtthoul can. Apply E lie-mere Plantatlon. St Ucorgr tl 7 SB—tn I'tX-Kiat SPAN DEI. III* MECHANICAL TYI*-mTKH-H OaytWjwj' portable i.rd keyboard Pncr •IV 00 A G Si inn jamee Street MISCE U WEO US CLOTHORI id**) (m ui.he* lo diapoaa ol Black Crept die.-* slightly worn ol American ahoee. II ?.50-3n r i.i-i. Ol < HRI-T I IM I'I II lander*, .marked o> i.i Uan %  .lv ISM to 1 . %  I VOOO uuauKii %  ll.e Commie...*.*.* • >l Hi.' Can-tat NOTICE TTM)HIS lor conveying pauper* lai From any part of th* Pari.h to the JMWM ib From the Almahouae lo ihr General lloapiul uill be received by ma up to MAIL NOTICES %  OFFICIAL NOTICE IN THE ASSISTANT COVB1 or APT-tEAl I • GRACE MARIA QWEXNE P;aln*l QARrrcij) uron IN pursuance ol an Or* Oatarl in the above action nv-**a on UM I %  ... •*. all peeaena having an* estate m o* any lien or i %  II thai certain \m Pf land situate in (he uU pemh of I %  •land ranlaiiiirg Iwoh St. Michael's Girls' School PRIZE LIST OFFICIAL NOTICE IS TMI Ol IT III I N4M IRt II b.i DftN rst/L* !••> Form I n. a i %  F • I M IU .HI.' John i %  1'riP.tauli butting and i Ijftdnow or late of E rV toad twelve feet wide o.. >.. Me el U kaae and on anolh.r r. i-elve feel wide a*however %  buti and bound their %  J ll] GoontNG ichial Trcaaurcr. Si PhiLp lUimi -,ih thenwilnease. ;nd %-o.ieherv to be eaaemned bi m. on any Tueaday. or Ftm.< ta*W*t tie hour* of It mooni and 3 o'clock M !he ..flernoon. at theOffice o( ihe CVarB at the Aulatani Court of Appeal Ihe Court Houar. Brldet.i i I Hw Ord dav of Auejd DIM In <>• that narh clauna m*y be i~-. I ina lo the nature and prio.it> ihei la. ri i .. I.I MMRaaawUra -Cpper Sxh. t -Lower f-'hool 1 Ina St Hill R.,*. .i in %  • BitMi l I | , ,.. J-reiuh. lUppw > %  %  M. >i | i, ,.. I 1 i*i %  1'PR.. fWwul M ' %  %  iPreaeutad by IKe BntKd I I •riuaMin Houancrafl Ifla-.wSifailRII llid.i T*aN Pfcytaraj r %  % %  .. irhoi i Pi we (or belt I r.i with 1 tridde Srh.he..i Ne.tor %  Hi Ehgltah I^iajuasa m ihe I SChoaJ Ceitifwale kn law \,._ ARGVU I lurw.1... penncdy. %  r .: % %  • I PrUe (a* bem< lir.i -nh V< an French in in* CamaMidf* School Certirtrate in IM* Ply* urn* Fir.i oiih -CrMli S itid Ph_>..,.!... We HFba i IM* Vi Headley Good Work in ReliH>uR H Ikg Cambi.dxRch..i CernHcate i. %  -Tu, i.... . KMwknkeaflfa ^n.-.i I .a* Rarwara BanereK Goad Work in Relia-u ItJawrWdaj m Ihe Cambridge Vinmi < %  l-W Eileen Goodman Good Work in Rein... K-I HI trie CambrnUaVnwal •rrtifteati ivde film., k iff] be precluded front Ihe I he (aid Decree, and he depaiv laima on or agalnat (he aald NOTICE CAUC-TOSS — A vitamin product, %  upplyuiB Calcium. Iron, ond Phoaphoroua. A |ood plcke-mr-up for childrral appellle. and nn excellenl (laionrlnB for rt.llk Obtainable ,,l KNIOKTU PRUO 5TOR* II 7 — In •CAMILATONE SHAMPOO" — .i %  i whal vou are Iookln In., Hicludlne a tune riruw adding tpnrkle and colour to your natural dude ol Hair Obtainable ..< KNIGHTS' DP.UO STOKES _~_ T %  *^* p C1IAU>T Special pi i.. quaniltie. Appu JOHM D TAYLOR i rn Dial 3D> 13 7 3-3n GENTS BLACK BVUflHO HUT %  in food i .1 feel IO Incite.. CMwt W iiwhea Aimtwo Dreaa Shirt* Prarlk-nlh new 3H7. %  ; v. GALVANIZE Pipe. p.. UTU , lnenM nlati Cnlvonire (legible rondull In !*> linch and I". -Inehe. ElMiuIre Auto Tvre Company. Ttafatfnir Street Phone iw ITU-lfn. n ( v KaWMtM BM %  ' %  "I> .'I fron paajl Oner Packafea I or He: %  or Jle: 4 or 0 c The nna and only brand Of Tea thai command, the larfeat u i c . J*!" *• %  'hat part of the label .hnwlna Iho weljrht and return arAaa," -*" %  %  •" *• %  "•-"• JOHN F HUTSON LTD A.-, | VI t BO ',, ^EFni-EP for your rarord plavee !i kind* trdudJnj. B unT nd e, pft h lri -efnt-perm.r-.ent needlaa to pUy aeeer. 'ouwnd reer-T^iiria^* A BARNTJ1 3i CO LTD M t *t> %  In NVTW n.ATTERft-Dlna* Shore Frank RTnatn. Bln aid all Iho root. Cone -id art. hut Quirk A BAHNM CO LTD M IM-lln QUARRY Marl ar.d broken ->fl .tnne aultable for building riihblp mall Apply EJlcamcre Planlallon. SI Georte II 7 SO—Jn YACHT prnTB PAN li "i IS fi I ault* of •.ill* etc Phone 7TM IS 7 SO ITFOR HIM HOUSES FULLY FI'RNISHED BUN'iAI/iW On the *eatlde. Proapecl. I 3 bedroomi Prom I at Auijutt lo inTor particular, rln* S7 II 7.toSJV IMHV>AI The public arc hrrcb) warned aualm wi.imvi> in m*j name aa I do no) ,-ihle fur anyone i-onlractin* any debt or debt* In %  by Sinned CHARLES TROTMAN Lower K.Ule Land SI George IS 7 10—In The piibin are herwbv warned u Civin c.rO,|a r. .|f VERONA SCALY nor more than •1 age on XrUi June. ItSO, to be proved by a Bapliimal Ccrtincat* which inuil •ccumpany the application Form, of application can be obtet.i.-J at Ihe Vortry Clerk'. Office By Order E C RF.DMAN. Clerk. 81 Michael'* VertVeal ry Clerk'. Office. Parochial Building.. Bridgrtown M G M LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application of Ethel Gltten. and Coleen QuuUynne holder. M Lknagi Ucenie Wo loss of ISM gi.nini lo ' ii i.me in reepeel of premiare '*l - building al Reed si Si Michael, for permiialon lo uae • aid Liquor License at following pf*m%  ra VIMbollom Boor of a |wo .lorey -.11 Muldlng at Reed ft. m Michael Doted ihl* lith d^.f Ju|v isw TO C I WALWYM EM l*tiice Maalilraie, Dial rid "A Signed FmilB. GITTRNS „_, for ApplH-ant. i it r>-^ .ipphcition will be eonloered at a Llcenumi Courl to be held i Polk.. Court, rnatrtrl A -, m rndmr lie till day of JulT. |St. „ „ o^tock. i'i m ll SALES UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER I HAVE I..-.,, mitructed to tell be I ublic compaction on Iho apot on Thuraday 13th July al S p m lh> dwelling.house called "Mayaro** utunlt al Rockier. ChrUI Church The Bam* con*U of open verandah to the front, drawing and dining raoma. 3 bedroom*, kilchenelle. toilet and bath H haa %  pine floor Ihroughout and th nf I* •hingled Same must be Mild r\.r luapeclion apply D*Aicy A Scolt. M-r.'inc Lane n Vi *i REAL ESTATE Bv Public competition at our Office, Jama* Street, on Friday, the I4lh July, ItW al 1 p m 5.SM aq ft of land i with front ana* bolh on Jimri Street fanfJ Iluib)'. Alleyi together with tha 11'.iii.iiij. ihcreon the property of the Eal of Mr* MB O Wile., dec-d For further particular* and condition* of S-nle -pply lo:HUTCIIINSON A BASrvnn. Sollcllon, Jama, sir.ii S TV -SB I %  r /-BNITH H ft ovOTall, 70 %  nrll. t7 Ion* groaa, built al St % cent In HHS and at preoenl anchored Tlequia. St Vincent. No iea...nablr n uill he reguaed %  II particular* apply to* MMB MULHAIN. C o JOHN H IIAZFJ. ONS A CO. LTD Kingatown. SI Vincent IS 7.to—an -".urn attend the aakf Co.irt on Wednea day the Xkd day of Aug..IgM. ai %  0 o'clock a m when their laid claim %  HI he ranked Given under my hand ihl. tth d> i JtfgM It*) I V (,!IKIS Ajt Clerk of the fllilgl of Appeal OFFICIAL SALE RAJUlADOB IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OP APPEAL 'Equitable JurladletMin i I.HACT. MARIA GKEFNT Plaintiff CAHFIEIJl SAVORY Detendan NOTICE i* hereby given target if an Order of Ihe A.-u.unt Cuu— m Appeal deled Ihe tth day ol June I960 iliere will bo aet up f,„ . %  ghe-rt bidder at the Office of the Clerk erf Ihe A.ti.tanl Coi.il of Appeal al ih< Court Hume. Brtdgotown. belw.e.t ihr hour* of IS inoorn and S o'clock In the itiiii ( i on Friday, the Stth day ot Auni-1 1M0. all lhal ceil.tln piece 0 parcel ot Land aiiuate in Ihe aaM pariah of St. John In ihl* laland conliming by a cat— %  lurement* One BI> •no bounding on band* now or Una oi E. Bancroft on a road tw-• %  !>-.• %  Mr on land* now or IJIC of M I. .r and on another road twelve feel wide nil bound, and if not then anld the a.itd property be net up for •! %  oi evary lurceedlng Friday between Ihe -..HIT hour, until the eemr %  • *oid ..r %  aum not loo* lltaan Es O* Od Uale.1 Ihl* tth ddy ot June. 1M0 I V OILKKS Ad Clerk ot the Ami.tanl Coun of API-t OFFICIAL NOTICE BARBADOS la Ik* AuliUnl t'eait al Ap-.l 'Equitable Jurirdiclioni MARY EDITH AslillY I'lalntlff UOULBOURNE WILLIAM NILES %  Defendant In pin jure of on Order in tin. Court in me above action made on the 7Ui day ol June ISM. I give notice lo all peiaon. MWggj any e-toie. right or interest in or any lien or incumbrance affecting All lhal certain piece or parcel ol land* situate ai Co* Road tn Ihe pariah of Cruiit Church and Uland aforesaid con laming by admea>ui*n-ent Iwo rood* rtttcen and one half pcrchr. or there%  bnuli abutting and bounding on lands now ..r Ule ol G Oraliam on landa of Martin L Taylor on land* of B K. Week*, and on Ihe public road called Oog Road or however el*e the *ame ma ahul and bound to bring before me a -heir .laum with Ihelr Wi n—ee. documenta and voucher*, to t Friday between' the" hour* of 12 |giaj and 3 iii.il in the afternoon, al U OtTke of the Clerk of ihe A--i>tant CoU of Appeal at tha Court Home. Hndgi town, before the 33rd dav of August 1*30. in order lhal *uch claim* may be ranked according lo Ihe nature and priority thereof respective^ otherwise *ueh sons will be precluded from Ihe benefit ol the .aid Decree, and bo depnvrd of %  11 claim on or against Ihe said properly llaimenti are also notified thai they muat attend Ihe said Court on tve.Hu'. %  la. (he 73rd day ol Augual I to. B t 10 o'clock a m. when their *ald cUim* will BI rMhwaa Given under my hand ihl* 7lh day oi J me. 1160. I. V. GILKES. Ag. Clerk ol ihe Aau.lant Court of Appeal SANDOATEHading*, (landing on .'•40 n,u,e feel of i, na on the *ea*lda O) Hatting* Road The House contain, drawing and dining room, enclosed gallery on three sides Iwo bedroom* with drcaalng room*, kitchenette, lottet and bath uprlairt with imial room* downatair* and two flighla of atepa lo era Oai. Elecl.lc and Water Inspection *i\" day by appointment ri.one: No SM3 Th* above will be aet up for *ale to public rompelllion al our offli on Friday Ihe Slil day of July 19*0 at 1 p m CAIUUNGTON -. SCALY. Lura* St reel OFFICIAL SALE Bq •l *i AM EDITH ASHBY Plaintiff HOCHNE WILLIAM NILES li, l,,,l. %  M I* hereby given thai by virtu* Order of Ihe Assistant Court oi i dated the 7lh day of June IttO. • lo* • H\MIII HELP An experienced Lady AiruUnt lor DRUG. BTOn WORK Appl.in writing lo p o Bo* SKI IS 1 tO-tn A qualified NCRSE for Bt Joseph's Almahoiiat at a aalary of te 44 per i-ionlh ApplMetionf with Cernhcate to If forwarded lo th* Parochial Medical iifT-rer. -ElUngowa-t* nil later than Monday. ITlh July. )• Any Further Partirulari ran be ab. tinned from the P M O A. A 1 Clerk, Poor law Guardians. St. Joseph • .7.10—7n You can bur the following on term, Fhai I* you can pay one-third and tha lalancr monthly At the Ivy Road one small proper*y *nh water At Marllndale's Road house with Water toilet Si bath Ai Heckle* Road one double-roofed Si reel ho Al VoUfafk PTopertv For particular* apply. D'AlgCY A -tCOTT Mag.fine l*..e IS 7 to— cit bidder at Ihe Office of the Clerk ol ihe AuiatanI Court ol Appeal at tit. i'ourt Houae. Bridgetown, between Hi* hour, of IS inooni and I o'clock In Ih* .ft., neon on Fr.rlav the Stth day of An.1 land slluale g| CO> H..ed In the pari.h ol Cltrl.l Church and i.tat^l aloreaaid -intainlng by admeasurement I.I. i.--|. i./teen and one hall perchr* or there abouls abutting and bounding on land. ram or kite of G. Graham n land* of siapie nrove on land* now oi late ol Martin L Taylor on landa of E E E Waefcag and on the public road called Caaj Road or however elte the aaine may abut and bound and If not then *old the •aid property will lie *el up for aale on ever.urceeding Friday between the ••n* hour, until the same i. .ok) fur a sum not Maa than E14S 14 Dated thi* Tth day of June. I0 I V C.ILKEH. Clerk of ihe Aesislanl Court of Appeal 11 S t Z n* Training Pry.ua! Tiaiiuna: Miflar G..—I i'i,,i... PUBLIC OFFICIAL SALE ithr rn w aaj Marshal A.I l*a %  — a %  m> on Friday ihe Del day of July, IBM. at Ihe hour of S o'clock m me al'ei. noon will be ld at my ffl„ lo the higsiesi IIKIO.T fm any gum not under Ihe appielaed v.lue All that certain piece of land conlaming b) .titmeaiurament Tap Rood*. •Itiiale al W.11 llou.e in the Parish ol Finn Pinup, butting and hounding on land, now or late of J Challenor. of Melvln Alle.ne of Bavlev Pl.ntation of the Esl.de of O Saricani .deceased' and on a load eight Inn wide leading to the Public Road toeihrr win, the old Dwelling House Building*, arc jppralerd aa 'olk>w< T %  %  -.. %  %  %  n, ItUNDHB) AND FlrTt' UOIJJtRS itatV 00i Attarhed from Jainea The ophilu. Marihall lor and toward *atlalartlon. *. N B It'. Deposit lo be plad on day of purchase T T HKADLKY. Pruvow M.t.l...l Proven Mashal* Offlre, 4th Julj IPk) %  7 *4> 3n ii ihe Can bridge isw H,.,-,,,., kfeoahi Good Work m Reliamu. Kiv.wie.i, lew Jaaat padmore Go.-*! Work in French in ihe> Can biidgr School Certlftcale In I04H Am l'..i|..e. Good Work in French bridge School CertlBraie In ia* Viv e,.-,.,l Sb* %  • Wi.,-' Shr has Gas for Cooking I.IIU.IIMII..VI NfFTM K. Atlrntiuii is druwn lo Ihf (jflBjtrol "1 PrlctM (D*rftnlc) lAn.i... mt-ntt Ordi-r, 1950. N.> 25 Whttb will b inil.li-lti.l in Ihs Dfll.i.l t;.i/. !'. „1 Thursday, 13lh July, 1950 2. Under this Order thimaximum wholr-mliund rt-lail srlliim prices of "M.irgarlnc" are at tolatrM I ARTICLE MarRarine: — a) Lorally Manufaclurcd (b) Table (e) Mello-KrePiri Brand WHOLESALE PRICE RETAIL PRICK itml more than) (not more ili.ni i Ml on |-'i 100 lbs In conlalnef of 30 Ib. affll over or S42.SO per 100 lbs in quantities under 30 lbs. and not lets than 5 lbs. $55 00 pei 100 lbs. in lols of 25 Ibt. and over. $2 55 per 5 lb. tin 46c. per Ih or les thsn *, ll> 31 cents per ounce Me i-'i i*-56c. per lb M ie than '.. Ih 4J I'ulili, Auction on WF.IINF DAY July I*. ItW. at 100 p m. al the \ Site. THAT MOST IlLM'tAIILi Ai IIIAillVK A WELL Kl.l'i I'lliili.KTV \ %  Home and Landi known a* \ BROOKa. V GIBBONS ET iuace or gwa ..I shrrtM Ih* I%  | eel .n the City ai it . r/?.i:T'inV ; '.*." %  "*•* %  • %  %  -" %  • % %  -•• %  I r Hth July ItM Offi.-e FOR SALE OFFICIAL NOTICE ISO-, '• %  %  I CTaRBIatl I ek. herd., gt. BARBADOS IN PURSUANCE of ll "|> bring aaeore me an aaxvum of ,i' ,, %  "--' 1 "' %  %  i'KOR r CI.IFFOHII i HAI'M x-. I'HOI'ERTY JASMINS BUM. FRANCn i.i,., KQ • HART VUTORIA ISA11H. HIACKMAN AU. THAT aaatj .., „, .^ _, u „, penah of Snta< j. %  . u.emem THltEK ACRES ,11. , u bulling and bounding on land. ,„.of Ui u n.iw ..r lata ..I the ctala .( Fee de..-.| .„, ,, .,, !>"^'.nrton !" 'and.''n u w """, |" J Holder and on Ihe Publi.Road oi howerayj and bound together with ll. ,<„ s*uage oi dwell,,,,i„, called -fmJARTVILlj: and uU oih-TTha B...S**-' iBlh a J ^l-W*^^^ ,l ''^^ 4Mb *' -, ,, ,, %  Dale.1 ttih Mav. IWu •I*. Wfor . %  kpPU S:i\!!' \ SAMPSDN LTD II WllllAMs OFFICIAL NOTICE IN PURSUANCE per*!., having ... .lair in or effecting the proi lo bring before me an crelnafler I I ,.( Tie,, I! U noon and .1 o'clock In Ihe aflernoon at iillUing*. Bridgetown before Ihe Jnu, i. ar be reported on au.l ,*„k-l „ %  ,.,,,n„ t ( „ i si-Mivrlv nlhn.lw such peis-.n. w,ll M aWgal vie* aisd he deprived of all claim. .., PlaintiffROBERT DECOUHCV O'NKALat Derendani: MANNING a CO 1.IMITF.D I'llOI'EHTY ALL THAT certain piece or paicel llridgrlown and Itland afoiesaid .. aand one hundred aquare feet or th* .ui Ihreo aide* on land* of ihe defe and on Ihe fourth .Me on lha pubtl. Mh Mar, 1BS0. Haled tOth May.lttO | %  •ST ... %  '" i"". I lha Safansan %  1 he aktStattvikMi a %  ItftO in order Ih-t • nature ami fWkwItJ tbatea benefit, at Ml lha *ald properly. RilMMIIM. •'. Buy i |oi To-day %  "ftpMoney Saving Way 8 I %  i i 5 J ltd Bedfuan. C I 1 • [1 d Mirror. ' %  M M aiding, Ih L S. WILSON M.iinli, m I SHIPPING NOTICES MHI \i M.ritiit NfH *•• • II LINE LSD IH A • /. UNI l I "CITY OF nncppr." aajh %  Id* May Ittli Melbouna J,.,,. IM Bydna* j,,,,. laah. Brub.,,, ,,„ --' ••• living at TtbiKlad about Jiii. lief I'OIIT WFJ I.INC.TON Aiigu*l HrUli-ne early Augu-t Melbourne mid July N id Aiigiit arriving Tiiiudan -.ui tth September he*e veurli have ample apace lo, •urgo accepted on through bill. lug with tianahlprnarii al Trinidad lo< Hi.i, Guiana. Uaibadoa, Wmdarwei an> Leeward I.land* II I.N m, wmiv A en Aganta. Trtnldad DA COtTTA a, CO LTI Agent*. Bail.***'* i:> Th* M v -DAERWOOD" ivlil accept %  sengers lor SI I... i.i V:II.I lit. I.i.,., ,. ..ii Auiii.i. h.iti' ..I s.iilnu: (.. I.,siven TinM V "CARIBBEE wUI -n M c .,,,. Pag. % %  ini m Dori mi.-... At tIKua. Moiil.ii.il. N. vi BlVd St KIM, S. l4th Uftll B \\ I Sihaniiri (luiirr. '. %  1 ,1,-r. III!' %  '••nolgnee; IHal 4(1*7 Fly to NBV. IlillMNI 4SR.ICB l")A MUMMIK il'KA SANOER I'OA IIOAMEM I. • %  lith 1^ ,. Jul, Mill A,g IUVII *. 1 **. tiiiss 1 I'M. r Mil Ill' ,, Ml Ll -All'liA I'oLABISJ.,h the.* te.sel* bate llmilrgpassei %  .;.,::„, : %  Huale at Ihe Fortland.. Bas.elrrre. SI Kuu, H w I ____ the Property ol C A I. Shepherd, F.SQ THIS KMinrNiT which h*. a .t.lighiliil view 0**rtooHII Ct*Me condition and c mid be easily converted, with kl an Hotel The Ho'j.e I. Sited Ihroughout ll* own Oiound*. of appro.in.ai. That Properly 1. .'m.niv recoti i. lie made by Ap,-. 1 l I %  •r-i particular, kindly ig the lUrbour. X I little e.pense. J 1 . fl La sii and Gaiden Ulap %  HI an I* Invited, w IILE S DEI M 1 %f^9^^t^t^9^^^^*^0tfif9f99tt^t9t^9t^mttm BARCLAYS BANK (DOMINION, COLONIAL AND OVERSEAS) STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS, 31st MARCH, 1950 :.irt iv KANAOO RgR ilrad ta> %  maU Sugar EaUte m SI Vincent Voung energetH well educated man re I I iTO*pecl. good" App:> in Mount IH-iitmr* I Kingitown SI Tig 111 MiSCrTLLANFOUS I -ivr 4% MMMI LOST •aWTatPSTAKE TICKET Serie* Q Q 04M F(nd*r pleaae return **me t* Sydney Serkler, Co Central Foundry* D.C|-ar*J 11.7 la—In I.iAnil.lTICS AND OTHER ACCOUNTS Current, deposit nnd other account*, taxation based on profit*, to date, revives f< ( r tontuiiit-ncii-, and balance of prollt and lo** Notes in circulation Aiccptances and oUiu lul.ililif. on MeeOilaTt of ustomfi3(;.!*02 CAPITAL AiilhorLsca 7.228.300 A" tharcs of £ 1 xi C h SOO.OOO "8" shsrc* of £5 each Balance divisible inn. such than* as the directors may rlet*rmin*' Tasued 6.621,500 "A" shares or £1 Bfteh fully paid, converted into tttx-k 500,000 -B" sharet of tr, fgrh, L 1 li^ld ."' %  %  ; £7.228,500 2.500.(MJ0 B.728.^00 271.500 £8.821.500 500.000 RFSERVE FUND 23th May, 1050 7,121.500 tfiOt 000 ASSETS Cjh in rnU t ind bMaTsn tAatetJ •: call and short noticf RcitiiUaneein transit Bills discounted [nvpHliwnti Sfvuritiei of the Bntiih. fXimmien and Colonial Governments (including securities lorigf-d with rhe frown A;.nts for ihe Colonies as security for note issue unit with otiasrs) I V'l.l.U;.'I i o.e.'.o.ooo 71,58fl.00 PASSAGES TO IRELAND Antilles PtixluctH Ltd.. Roseau, Dominira, offer pasHages to Dublin per M '.' •'IH'AI.A", Matt vailiiiit Innn Roseau alx.ut 20th June, and thereafter %  bout %  •veiy iliirty-lhree days Single fare. £70, usual reduction.-, for hildnn Apply direct i# i.isr IHI:Y WAVE IH*H SELF HKATEH IIM1NS-I1. Luxe TIIK t IMIItl I MI-OHM > %  OfJB • I B I I TlefaM SlUt'U Other investments I.I;. t %  ,-. 3.214.900 Barclsys Overseas Development Corporation Limited 200.000 share* of £ 10 each, fuliy paid, al ro-t less amounts written orT Advance.; to customer, and other accounts Liability of cuxlomeir. for :iri %  %  ,'iinountt VrllCtttll %  -'! 2,350.000 108.63l.32'i 28.890.4 '.'H 4,368,421. J. 408,082.1 .'.8 ttsal Intale Ainu, R BOTHWKI.I. Chief Accountant JOHN M. BLADON A IS, IV \ (loriii.fK llivi.n k HladcHi) I K rAN'.OA—I.S.A.—VEM/I , I Samvlhinfi .... 117/f t/r/rr.-r.../.. oaaaaa*Ni in %  %  om raa, nn. ,.„id. i. lm ,„„„ 41,1, II I.. I, *> 11, ,,., ,,| MIANTI Nl, In lllur B !" ,. ftrim. 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PAC.F fOIR BARBADOS ADVOCATh i in RSDA1 H IA IS ri-.ii B^BgosjgkAov^E I Britain's Annni Might KM r.l.lrrf k| I I.I tu..t SI -1 n.Mi'U>i Thiir*>d.i>. Jnl> I ; 19511 tMI4.lt A I IO\ PUBLIC attention m Oral Britain itlon has been disci many yean hai thu week been reminded of the poinilutnm iirnblem in thl UU In* need for planned emigration as a %  olutfton to that problem. That MTMn hat bc^n pftrionned by % %  0aTba dian. Mr. C W W ere.tnldga, who has the West Indies. West Africa and British Honduras and is now Seen tary %  -t %  rVntl Slain iy Society wboei I too obvious to require any stress. This newspaper has long been commenting on the closmi! of doors against emigrants from the West Indies. Tinuttnt hint by Mr. Kenneth Thompson that it was likely that the doors of the United Ettataa would be closed still further as a result of investigation by a five man commission was sufficiently serious to warrant an appeal to the Caribbean Commission to put the case for the Weal Indies to the United States Government. Mr. Qret lidgt] %  .one step further. He suggests in his letter to the Times that the question of population problems in the Colonial Empire should be the subj€Ti of discussion by the forthcoming international conference which will study methods of absorbing Western Europe In other parts of the world. He points out that the United Kingdom and the United States are responsible for the welfare of large numbers of West indian people who are also in gnat "cod of planned emigration. It should have been unnecesary for Mr. Grcenidge to have made this point, but it docs seem to need the strongest emphasis. At the present moment Great Britain with nearly 50 million people cram/ncd on that island, offers eneoutagement to many to migrate U> certain Dominions and provides the necessary facilities. In the case of thiWeal Indies, however, in which a Royal Commissiun has laid il down that In any plan for emigration these colonies should have priority, there is a continued indifference to the fact that people are being confined to the Caribbean. No elfort has eeen been made to plan emigration within the Commonwealth with its vast unoccupied areas. A Socialist Government holding out t< its supporters the ideal of a planned economy might well recognise the benefits of planned population movements which would relieve the pressure on some areas while it would increase the production of others and improve the economy of the whole. Great Britain as a laiga tuloiiising power cannot be concerned at an international conference in discussing population problems unless the need for colonial peoples to move freely within the Commonwealth is lii st established. Here in the West Indies thu Evans Report leinains a dead letter while the vast uncharted lands of British Guiana and the uncultivated fields of British Honduras await the advent of the agriculturist; while Barbados with her 1.100 to the square mile, hope for a revived outlet in the United States of America. It is not only in the West Indies that planned emigration can be put into effect. There are areas in the Dominions and other parts of the Empire where West Indians could be of help to themselves and to the Mother Country. The resources of these scanned islands are not sufficient to support at any desirable standard, the Uirta million unO a half people who now live in them. Planned emigration will go a long way towards solving the problems which now fact the West Indies, but it must begin within the Bmpln before any jusl claim can be made lot international consideration and relief An I'nknawii J.Jhi;iiilil> %  nli',1 t.y Hi Mill. MI Ku|tlun Triumph. : •' %  an ll£0g %  %  *ii In trairm and tin\ Escort earrim Brit raoarva, th* Campania, nd corn a.K 2o planes. %  here ar* 14 in h Met, 12 moiv in i. at %  • wild three more ui In i lion. Deilroycis U 'NIXJN • MII'. at %  isy as i nrRHy tmkaowi lattttg ** .ic In tuniiul capable of only r 1 • %  present ; %  -> tunin resent Months haa beep donnna.fl l> pmenut in alrcralt and In antiubnvj'intprojects Bui aaas, thn development is only In lie < >i i -ii..il slag*. Britain's military, naval and ui.* (Steal an? not large and they ure iK-eause of com%  jo'Tri uitmenls In Malaya. Monti Kony .trud vd elsewheie in the Common* nMUttl I-ike the United States. Kri.ain demobilized to the DOM after W >rld War il The Litest figures made available UM fov-ammanl showed . l-.tal of 725. HM) men and women ,der arms — 140.6U0 in tht navy. 381.8(10 in the army and £02.700 in the Royal Air Force RuOMBt BBtrai Kiven to Parliament Ihis year contemplated 'iiiht personnel reductions. The Royal Navy's strength ihaped up this way Battleships — none on active duty, live in reserve or being Li t v. I %  Ltd %  ."Weteor II nut m si m still secret and there has been na if. i numbers. %  . t, ,n.'. 34 un active duty, flying trial*. Bui eight utv adJl not !*• in ;95i Frigates — H ,,i %  or training. M'mv.1 BnU main Britain also has 32 suUnaii> '' -*-*• %  live duly and 34 in re %  r %  • '•'"' Unite*' ..nd total ol 66 mm. DOT on Wetlingu. LaoThe 1950-51 naval a i Jfr and Lincoln (...gramme is l.milcu gen. %  '' %  a obsolete. minor types of vhips '" i l,ui troops. Bill In naval aim-ft. 01 ; % %  ' '" Bin's big hopes now is the "*.W> men In It* TSrrttorJa 'Supermarinr Attacker, which Army. Their main lob In *** can fly at arcr.nd 800 miles per •••* "' %  . *ould ba to man h-*ir and cmilil carry two 1.000"nti-aircraft and col t..l d.-l.-i,...~ pound bombs or four SOO-pound !" ' "upport the civ.) .i..f.-n*rockets. The i Ian* Is In pr.-luc%  > n l !" " whl,h r, "'v '"""b*^ llon ..Lout .tn.liu-' There have been no recent Among the raw develop) us*d for training and cxperimenfigures on the numbers of RAF wli"-J> Unialn has Deen lalKing •i,l sforh Thev include the planes In serviie. but this much '''H"" recently are. 42.500-ton Vanguard and four m known: A 'homina lorpedo which -hips of the King George V class All day fighter and ground ntjeeks out an enemy %  UbmaruM, il displacing 35.000 tons, the King tack squadrons oulsldf. the British sets its own course and then heads George V. Duke of York. An^on Isles ure now equipped wilh let for a target. It is dluppOil from :i ,,,,1 n,wr I'lanes. except those In the Far plane and travels in naiTOWtni Fleet airrrnfl — one. the 23.000East. Orders have been placed tirctes until it finds its target, n Implacable, on active duty for a new Jet fighter, the Venom. The "submarine killet" plena Victorious and Illustrious in capable of 800 mile* an hour ami GRIT, all th.it has been said about oi.iinnj: Indefatigable. Indomita-;f oparaUng at "extreme aliiit thus far is thai it has secret b'r and Formidable, in reserve. Hides." But few of these are OWrleOI 10 detect and destroy Fach of the ships Is believed lo expected before 1951. submarine?. Con^idernblr procarry a normal complement of Orders also have been placed for ness .ilso I* being made m the more than 60 planes .1 new jet night lighter, the DH development o| the faster. widerLight fleet aircraft carriers— 113. enough to equip all existing .anted, and i-er"xulc driven four on active duty — the Vennight lighter squadrons and ex•ubmarines geance. Theseus, Glory and pi.nd the night fighter force. —I.N Hope For Education Student Tourists h. Kit AN UBtssntl lra\clli. ; .i — aossBsrssgh ftaaamHi rofartlatl • pooi cnukin>" ami HR American tour• helping to pnur dollars intu the (oM.-iciu 111 much laryer sum I lasss* reco|jiii7ed. TO-DArS SPECIALS at the COL'ONNADE ;;enrrall There arc limes when ,,rave issues arise from the i irstlon of comparatively incidenl> Thlk was the cast the debate on education took place when the Hot Assemble laal iMt OB July token rssolutlon for one iloll.tr II. John Hull .ngton College had supplied many of Uie le. !. ,,,-,11-ted in Indies during paal yean Thai education and his statement '"ixt to b.%  uOVlent to indicate pK.nii.sing to take more intend UMt the G ItofB should not be waa but another insUncv of habitallowed lo become merely Iho I>M! putting olT. probably becaue theological III %  >f havinat too much to do How he achieves anything without **""" not but be with bieh se of lined at. Somebody slipped when II. % %  C la wte al faculty of i rnunwwi > %  —-• -— %  he achieves aiiytning wnnoui :. %  ,. .,,, t.. tlie House In „, u ^ fl |hl the %  Univcrsit> l ollege ,.f the West J .1 ),. llll.l Mll> I 1. .... >!>•.. •-,.• H.l-I ) .-Il tllllll", order to ascertain whether the Governincnl should supply another gpei lal %  : w' ft tho I-Hlgc School And it .' OH by K.niprehenfloa "of many people lnl.es was not put at Codrlngton But now that he has heard a lilllc less use lo Barbados or the raUtM that he has so Weil Indtoj to produce mer iiything can MI *< G Ot examination and ''' DOOOme %  ducal al gyftonv, its administration and its effect on the life of the community came in for minute and critical examination The trend of debate made it plain, if nothing else, that there Island Mr Walcott registered found condemnation of animation and made a which one of his opponent: raised He thought It lb an LTh. than to xiuce others like H. A pro BOcMOa, O I Jonsj It.iwle Jorsuper''' %  %  t I be .,.vi,, ..MI ,i was left to the exk MlWuinI ,„ s ,. hoo i„ ,„ fkty thai Ui dwlndta We rbould have done Alturne\ General, now senior U V11UM „ (iri0 children developed l than |U tlCfl to OUl reputation icmber for St James lo give ex., ._ lh( v wcre to ^ pul M [ ol for educational progress and will >reasion to ihc views of the etilln.lllnllS ( resslon to tne views oi aao .i—KIWOI He was tiuerulouy ol we '"''> future genera louse. Theie ctl .„, tic overhaul. It has missed the view but lhanking him for hi* t WBS in t C restlng to find that ft'oni! band of Howard Harden speech And this is the 'sum ho „„,,.,[ „, hp House was T"" 1 K rr '' 1 mistake was to have total" ol Whal Mr Walcott said: mouM ,. ( |. kept aflamy and guided II trodtiwl super annuation withWc are not gelling adequate rebv hc wn t, m ents of Mr Walcott out having llrst made sure th. turns (OT the money wc now spend ,,, |u ,„„, .peech. And it we* ** a i' h cnl1 1 "em lo school at the on education and loniatnlng must aonc w .(,houi rai>cour or any am P ft a e i which means compulbe done about it. It Is our duly U||U „ nl ;itmmr And here Ihfl "•"** %  fr m „ ,|„ „ thought oceurml to me again that rlas.sieal.tudy should be alternaMr Walcott rekindled some of f llX linv t| mi „r their political liV \o !" dj at technical or yoeatlu>t old icfieslnng t'ne M hi~ ,.„,,.,., .y, Adams and Mr Wal" onnl Mhools but to abandon a youthful days in the House. cott cvet ca|m toother and rhl ' bocaute he is thirteen or One eould not however help hmiBhl alike, (hey would carry fourteen is to pronounce a curie thinking that Mr Adams had PV ervthin< before them It lit %  upwi him. As Mr Walcott pointwaited for someone else to ex,. ( mm nation which could benefit ed nut. If it U once known that mpress something which he had had lhll Mana t mrnrltt eiy. had to leave school super-annuin mind for several weeks Ho i.led then there is no job for him nmmiscd some time ago to "take The debate was useful in many Alain we arc venturing on anmore Interest in education." Now ways. Besides diagnosing the ills otnei piecemeal scheme by fixing Mr Adams is himself a Barbados ..f the present it caused honourup Viimary Schools without first Selular <>f 1918. an Oxford Qradable members to reflect on past having Junior Schools or Klndcrviale 1-cadcr of the Government mistakes and gave them an opporgarten. and responsible f<>" education, tunily to guard against future The debate was enlightening and a Memlier of the Council of hlundcrr. And here is one inuid if Mr Adams keeps his tht Unlverelt) College of the weat tance hich covers all three rvonuee, then there is still hope indies. It is clear that he could points. It was mentioned that for education In Barbados. Britain's Strike Fever Spreads I.ONDON. into ihe meat market Of Pood Glasgow's bus and streetcar JcStrike fever is spreading among Minister Mauriea IVebbt atttrfi"twere snarled by a strike of Britain's major Industrie* followbutcd enough earned leef to en nearly 600 liriv.i ..-, %  nglneen lug th relaxation of the wage sure dinners for most Londi t H I nho protoatOd against the allege< freeze policy imposed by ChanMiners in Lanarkshire. Scot— s-i'pointiiu'iii of an unqualiilc eellor of Ihe Exchequer Sir Slafland, coalfield struck for a $1 66 '' ford CrlpM weekly increase Over lO.IMHl Banbury, Oxford. Branch of thi Nearly l.iOO truck drivers, emminers were alTected and 4S Nalionr,lied Itntish Railway stagi>|.m'd in London's Smithfleld collcries idle. Union officials ed an unofllcial strike because of meal market which supplies most feared the strike would soon %  linute.! degree of relaxation of of London'* B.OOO.ooii population, threaten other coal fields. welfare ionditi..ns __ ,, Hut no widespread pay increases The President of the Union of can be evicted. Cripps warned i Mineworkers. Sir William Lawthe House ol OonunoQl He HH Nearly .1.000 porters. meat ther. warned officials to be on We eannot afford anything b packers and poultry workers guard against Communist propaa tmited degree of relaxation joined the strikers in sympathy, ganda and "the insidious campaign the veiy i mid standards laid down I-ondon's i.MHI butcher shop* the Communists sre waging to after devaluation There is still Mere without fresh meat la-l amuse distrust and susphn.ti a ,;i. ,1 need foi i • .It .nut wck-end but 3lKl troop-; thrown .imong Ihe Offfcn —I.N S. struck June 25 for a t2 66 weekly increase. II* i l. I IICIKI %  •<.1. I B 07#> PARIS, When Economic Cu-opcratm:. \ Uon eaUbllahad a Travel Development Section, there was a tcmU'iuy. in tin Marshall Plan countries as well as in the U S travel trade, to minimise the impoiianir ol Itudtml navel as a dollar earner. Quick to realize, that on the contrary. student tourism was a very important phase o| tuui'ism bi>th from the cultural and educational viewpoint, a special department was established to promote student travel from the U.S. to Europe. In 1949, a general survey was made 'f tourists departing from Europe, bound for the U.S.A. It appears from this survey that the third largest occupational group In travel to Europe was students and that each student spent an average of $600. exclusive of fare, compared to $773 spent by other tourists! (also exclusive of fare money.) To those who argued that student tourism] brought but few dollars lo the European i economy, the publication of these findings refuted their arguments. While E.C.A. is interested in the financial contribution of student tourism to the European economy, it is also interested in the psychological factors which the youth movement, more than any other occupational group, is able to bring to the Marshall Plan countries. Our American youths, with their quick friendliness and their eagerness to learn, are our best ambassadors of good will. Our youths of today are the statesmen and policy makers ol our country in the years to come and the better their understanding of Europe, the greater is the chance of maintaining a united world. It is therefore the aim of E.C.A. to encourage and promote student tourism. At present, however, there is one great luniuT to the development of the youth movement : the high cost of transportation across the Atlantic. Our American youths do not demand luxury liners at rates beyond their means. They are willing to put up with austerity accommodations provided they can get them at a reasonable price. So far very little has been done to fill this demand. Every year, thousands of students are prevented from travelling to Europe for this reason only. They are not simply prevented from making a trip, they are prevented from broadening their education, from making new friends and from spreading the ideals of our American way of life. It is our aim to explore the possibilities of making low-cost transatlantic accommodations available to students. In the past year, the Marshall Plan countries have improved and added to their low-cost hotel and hostel accommodations and have extended to the youths of America a hearty invitation to visit their countries and meet their own yojuth. BATHROOM SUPPLIES LOW-DOWN BU1TCS HIGH-UP a CA&T-IROrl BOXES WC PANS "S" & i WHITE LAVATORY SEATS BASINS—22 Ins. x II Int. (with I SINGLE and DOUBLE DRAIN BOARDS and SINKS SINGLE ALUMINUM DRAINBOA1 ALUMINUM SINKS !t n i< GALVANISE B PORCELAIN SINKS COPPER PIPE laa, and FITTINGS WILKINSON & IIAYNKS CO. LTD. SU< i BSfl : :s TO C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. Hi.I 447? & 4687 :-: 1:1 i klHIII STORJ.S. Illll IIMI HERR1NOS IN TOMATO SAUCE oar Un NORWEGIAN KIPPERED HERRINGS SAHDINK.S IN TOMATO SAl'i %  SMEOLEYS TOMATO SOUP NUTIIICTA POWDKIIKI) MII.K l.'l'h tin NUTRICIA POWDERED MILK JAOIIIS (BEAM CIIA1 MI.-. u,, .„. TERRY'S MII.K CHOCOLATE i-lb Bar IKSP. A .'-Y OND RESSEin I HbTlar KKII.I.KHS DUNDEE CAKES %  KLII.I.CTS DUNDEE CAKES (wilh Almonds A Kruiti lnnhl un ... SulriciA s I oi niosa Is Important ivnter machine manufacturer." For young Bonnie Prince Charlie there Is a "purveyor o* I.ONDON They %  teoafalteri" •' tradesman to malted milk." WASHINGTON 8!* mile* away Brit Manned the new royal nppljr wan* wants. Queen Elisabeth has appointed. The Nationalist Cnina strongThese are "stone's-throw" rUt* "who's who" of tradesmen today The tradesman hail, and illll among a hoet of othi-ri hold of Formosa haassumed an fences in the air age. as the Japlo leani about Kinu GaOffB*a Ipae);•*, the r:Kht to display the Royal "Purveyor* of Christmas pudimportance econd only *, Korea i.ne c demonstriitctl during World lal "purveyor of klp|K>rs." Quaan t ...i of anna on his store front dings; hairdressers: drapers: at an Immediate concern of War II Formosa was Than in rjuutbetrTi* 'conation i lattarboodi aloni wltti the Ponata; mamUMbiran f hook, united Btai agj m thairjioaaaaalon.andthayuaadtha royalQ aati |U iiootch. %  -ippomtment." % %  %  ••' uinbrell.i makers, and the treuble.1 Orient : l.m.l M .. eytapult for OAV nf.'cturers of dolls, toys, eduUojj Tne Japanese iuvaslun of known to exist at Chiluns iKirun). on the northern end or Formosa and at Kaohsium: tTakao). on the southwest side. They discovert i %  • %  < The IfliO Ui mounted frcm id air uutollaing decade. Fertile lowlands comprise the Island's west, making thts coast one long, potential beachhead. Taipei, the Nntion.il: It located near the northern Itp lt> present occupants an II 'o Ihe Japanese for planning th capital. MMI of li> model of ings nrd boulevards i Uructed by them. rkaad-acratchina that !" ,M0 "" '"' '' '"' rational playthings ai until Pn . %  fulippine. the Koyal tanulv ha> jiK-ci.tl pin''"icial London Oaaatto i rvon a Queen Mary, H3. h %  . appointme Island redoubt under prolec['ormoaa Nava voyora of horse'null "' t-imrv,.,I"t o( ground. Uvauae it Involves manta ranging :iom a 'shawl tior* "f tat Btvant % %  %  axptrta ,im '^ "V 1 '! "P nf" horse clothing," a supplier ol "ipplying not only the royal fammerchant" in New Delhi to a "fan had debated the impoit-ince of occupation prov "refraclon eonMnta.*' ,i ortvata '•>• hut their pal I md mahar la I-ondon. Her lajta for Formoij to US strategic thinkn ... ._,. „ _,.. _rt ,tv_. , ,. .. *^aa*andtantmator%  -,.i V,n MatTs. iiquida seenu to be a UL ku ing Thay ipUt ova. truTquoatlon: .""* J [ m [ "" ,£"J2"' *5 **)&** Ef ,u \7 M Naturally. I>ecause of majaatlc there are niceties the King doesn't buy 11 i from a gas (a "Tailors and kiltmaker*. supH u l lene for royal patrol) station: that eotnv a fin. I hers of dog and game food, supimveyors of motor M "n fr agricultural tuutor household eJoanlni IOCmanufacturers ol hituminou* trie and i ion; mllklBf machine old vacuum cleaners. tnre All this low-down on the huyinK crs ine and spnits men-ham." and ineone sellinit "mineral waters" Armchair sltatcgu Hut tho Queen's hj doe* show to argue that one out foi them tobacconist" selves—but BOM aro miir helpful Tradesmen appointed by Queen facts: >t i. Victoria, Queen Alexandra. King ( ac Klward VII. Klin; OooriH V gnfl Formosa rs Ihe bijigeel Island ti.h rertlllaer manwfaclur'he Duke of Windsor when he w. BOUth ol Japan pn>per along the hapCi hoU-ouw builders." Plus, of \'' > "' W 1 s !" P *"" ftk "" lv ,V ft N '.""::!;'' U* pushlands Indies In nom<:il U< 11 hive '" K nort h*"rd for th e planned reduced large quantitie; h as'ault on Japan, but it was rlrst lea. rice, and pineapples. irj to neutralize the enntnlmtod the bulk floctiveness of the base by heavy world's nahiral camphor. ir and naval bombardment. bishop: 3.00 p.m :f siijar %  Fot-moj hablU of Britain*! Royal family curse, things like food and soap 1 contained in the latest Hal ol The kme. isn't known as a Uptrodesmen who hold warrant % of pier, mit listed at his beck and RDpotntmont'' I call ani with tbatr rsacaaaltii nd I ixuria "Purveyor* of en Iiliers of cognac hrandy. ddOT The practlca (ooi I Scotch whisky distillers, hundred years to the Um I D distiller*; -vine merchants: .. the good thing; of life wore in Australian wine merchants: brewmanufacturers' short supply and Brr hanta; purveyors caaa mafcar," wanted to be sun Ifai Ohanj brandj,** and a "aoda Geographic Bociaty. At its north%  "n-most point Ihi N I I The lists don't ncocxarily reii vai the nni personality of the is only wtf mllaa mm Kyushu, comMntd royal body who sanctioned 'hem. t carest maior island of the Jap(!HB „ v p but on the Duke of Wb much (1 „„„,, h;)n M V( T1 million. aro, amonu others: closer lh.m that to the Bay Amertcan base at Okirum Dental cream manufacture press cutting agents, airci afl roughly oblong In Japan took possession of FT245 miles long arid 88 mosa In 1895. but it reverted aftOT as at 1U greatest width. World War 11 to the China area it equals Massachusetts, had held it for manv cent tin it neeticut and Rhode Island Earlv Portuguese sail, i Bl count in the land liha Formosa, i %  ;;i'"U"^" Ufui isi,, the Philip"' strategists see as an anchored %  scant 225 miles to Nationalist China is reported to craft carrier potontj itFormosa's south And at the DAI jdt on the af commanding large areas rawast portl n of I numbasr of smaller PaciAc — X.N.H. the mainland of China lies only ones. Important naval bases are —I.N s. MAKE FINER CAKES Select TheseR*Kins. Currants. Fli* Prunes. Mixed Peel, peanuts. Brandy Cherries. |, n : Sugar. Almond Icinu. Cirun ulaled Sugar. Amhur Buiter. Anrhor Powderrd Milk (•old Hi MI Ham Premier Brand) MJ and PUDDINGS miii i ui \<> MulT..U. H>rtabt\ t: si.p.) I'ull.d Wli.il. .tiiddril Hhf.l M.UI Ti in. ml.. I u um e and Nii.s SPECIALS rpraa K.il.is. I6c. per Ih. i vpru^ PrunrM. prr Ih I'irklrd Ball I lah IkV per Ih Carrots, Turnips. Criery. cut umbers in int. 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Tli ur alu . July 13 l.TO SarbaJms Aduncate Year S3 REDS KEEP PUSHING YANKS BACK Treasury Official Denies Relaxation Dollar Restrictions Canadians Skty Britain Will Allot hollars From Our Own Correspondent ^ !" .. LOMMJX. JuU It, DBTOBTS that the Wl Indies Here I.. huve doll... -l mini:. rWllhltMU relaxed on imjH.tls from laiiada Were denied this murnin^ b> a Treasurv oflicial. "The resin, lions will remain exactly as before' he added. %  The Dally Telegr.iph ihl r %  %  .. I'"* hlm that the reatn C a n a di a n spending mnv not i.rigorously enforced lino 1~V i *-. ,a,ka between Britain, cana.i. IJtMM'iids On :" < %  w -<" IfUJ West I nil LONDON. July 12 A i L. m move in exchanges between MUM-UW and i.und<>u on Korea lies with the Soviet Union is a result uf yesterdays meeting net ween Sii David Rally, British Ambassador in Moscow and AnUi-i Ciiiimyko, Deputy Soviet Foreign Minister, it is considered In official i Report* from Lake Succaaa that Russia may be contemplating bargaining for the caautJon of hostilities in Korea ugainst the %  idmissim of Cammunlm China t" the United Natfc In tint no official confirmation bat*, |1 leaf) in CODwquence of the Krtiy-Cromyko discussions. Both officials and observers recofnlee that if a peaceful solution In Korea is to be found w(thin the framework of the United Nations ibii can banBy happen IBM H %  % % %  ,. • %  :: ..| %  divide to take part in the proceedings of the Security Council, and that this in turn appears to depend on the admission of the Communist Chinese representative. But to conclude from this either that American opinion is. ready to iccygnise Communist China's admission to the U NO or that Russia has initialed the bargaining movement either If) Moscow %  ii at i.ake Succaaa appears to observer* here lo !* %  i-adlng too much into what Utfta information on the Ktlly-GiomyKo interviews has penetrated the cloak of official secrecy For the moment the military picture reflect no evidence, thai Moscow's influence is berni! .\n used In any way to hitherto victorious advance of the North Korea army Observers are incline; | to their .i will laka no active move foi inter national ullloiuaiil i" pacts* maana until Ruasia, aeei inon clearly whether tha Norm Korean will carr) the whole COUntry or Uchecked by the United Nations forceunder die command of General Mai-Arthur. This they BJrfUC would in no rant Russia keeping the door open both at Lake Success or through continued diplomatii in Moscow for the eventual attempt to ruin the method of International ment. For observers in London the %  %  so difficult itheir whcthei in fad the qua tloi Korea and Formosa bar > been linked at ad) -tage In the Gromyko-Kellv tain External %  ..n both from London and Moat is not so. But if Ru issue nl r ., the UNO as a eondith n ol explorpaacal possibility Which cannot be luleu out— this would aut %  hi.ii> kaauaol I can declaration on Formosa and its international repei %  Any innif term speculation on ihe K. I, .:..... antators %  graacnanl thi I %  the il pi nl I f %  till prove to itl %  to Of 'he silualion whlCD out of the Korean ...-! Renter dollars for Canadian purchases was discussed The Telegraph addstep may be taken in view of the Increase in aaarlla reeervei -it's trueoAetaJ thai there are f dollars But Uiis U old-, due to seasonal and Mmiiar caum whl jnkt nrm* haven't vet (pent dollars allocated to them But thee. • rtalnl, win on and 1I the i 4 .. 1 UkWlflnori id :, %  %  taxed." Suggestions have been made bj menibers of all parties her c -1 ^.eluding h S Amery, rbrmoi Colonial Beeratan that 1 ai ri.lght tlnd it u> her advi accept sterling for 1 •• 1 Some Ca n a d ian huilnaaaiiian have supported this idea which would ke Canada half wav out of tl-e dollar area It would aa 1 Canadian trade But v also been atroni politic il Uon in Canada. The Iflantn July tth earth raped tarn aa aganej In Ottawa new vrlli Imultaneaual) here anc in London of a Brltlah agreement to promote Canadian-West Indies irade aufhorltatj aromant ctrdaa pradMeted 10-dav A reliable aoureo said the British Oovemmeni to maki addlMoi 1 ble Jo Ihe West Indies from th' %  tarllna dollar pom foi of enlarged iraer who The amount Involved in trt< agreement wan noi r t advanea 0] the 1 communiqu, would be Trade Hai Dropped %  ', %  m 1 1 i.%  lied in.life-blood 01 Maritime Pi %  dnippeil from %  1941 export Udal thai amount Hie pendhuj BrlU is expected lo restor. maritime province sales of fish and potatoes, western province Dour, and anh 1 ace aalai Of motor cars unil ijiici mamifacd voodj it vai ui to have stemmed from the trip of C i> Roe '< %  Comn to Eng. %  inter tha Britlah Treaaufy'i OlUl portion %  %  il atutci between the 't< \i ..::. 1. m nl 1 %  at dial Time I %  Hi quaation % %  1 .lutumn Sen. A Neil McLean, an out%  BrtU 1 iovernmenl on % %  %  %  Wi lortal ATTACK 60 MILES SOUTH OF SEOUL look .,1 KM bod, „r INK/ roaoi l.m, in he t ,m. | ,-.. 1 „,,.,,l pUn U ll WEST INDIES 651-2 Folltu IK tlrderh Dunng tii<* last two HV 1. ... %  I :,„ W %  lernaj li. %  .., (oUoe tn< 1 inatrucuom from Englai 1 .. to 1 tioru they will trade with Ol. • "•> P*e :t New, llappirr Cha|il k r Foj W .1. Sugar h n %  0 1 %  %  1 LONDON 1 Mr Griffith! C nies in th* 1 Cotnmoni Uatione %  territorie then* li\el.i. Of I 1 . %  the weal .. h 0 in e %  asked tor It la a pi the W adii 1 ion han %  %  v told the < Secrei %  Mr Oi hb opanli %  1 ... 1. %  bitterly but arm W< ..n in i1 paili IVorl ei fi 1 I • with the Bril ... 1 Edei %  : 1 Tideal with in Weil Africa !( %  %  !.. %  • the I re) .1) n ight tet hel| bnplre Pti %  | Co .mi la era 11 tai v 11 %  rdrttf) Urn '-if with % %  %  ,I r P t* Secretary. 11 1 1 1 he had %  %  I %  bat reei II pj %  %  1 %  1 1 Valtcy /' "H" %  K Keuler SPORTS WINDOW 11 %  .i 1. ( 1 i„ • IkHllUta Oil %  i i. s„„.d ii.h ,„,i ri>i. %  %  .. Thi. atlvriM^irk. Hrl. I" Mr W r.lt.b • Ml KPT i Ml PMaM c %  Wori*ll 225, Wmkes 190. Marshall 188—Excel J LEICESTtK July 12, The talented battirrft ol the West huh. /erwhelmtd Letceftnnir< IHT* to-day, At the el la; ol then trimdayi match the ^ I had MIS foi the loss of only (Wo w:ck,t.s f %  . made a brilliant 225 noi .-ut. Cverton Weaki noi out to nil iTedit, and Hoy Marshall bad _— Letccetarahira could ill afford wlthaui v., their ofl >.|IIT, bo* let with a ami M Id th" total mount thai I llfncult) in kaet i .. %  with fi >i | '• % %  ""' i"" of one wtehi %  before lunch, 10O came in bouodarli eventeei them In Marshall, who went ,„, to JH-OIC I8K li M f ''" He beau i bnil(antt) con tioiied aaaauli from \ju by his splendid timmg l^h-werful i, |m to ie^! honouri tttt •l %  undarlai wen tlu all varletlei ol • i I.. Jjci'i'ilii being Ihi Ha and Worrell punh ed br.whnr rot %  ..,„ wicket %  inu I2 minub BOW! il. any i.ut "n real I hi le in Mil eh n %  ..f the tow Weefcej ihowina no • aa pace I Workers Escape Explosion IN ANTIGUA (fraa My n.. OsnemaeaMU ANTIGUA Juh 12 The AnUaua 1 ( i> • %  .i n m k lot % %  "i i. i who ithen %  to Wink A li.a. i, Mown In feel behind Ihe U mtatlmed due b Uon of the li Tha 'vi. i kare t n i ated warning bj dynamite li recent veea 11 %  %  i Wil|||tle'< %  ibon Mre Elected Members In J'ea Council KINGSTON. Jca Jail n I'ni Houi ol Repreae n taUvi -! %  >'•' i .i biitnifc CommitaM i am) to decide changes in the ne,v Hrili Qovei mani will l i I'.K. Aware Of (wave Situation it! hurra i ONDOJi Jui. II [taa Britlah Qovernmenl .... atuetioc II Korea, Del U41 Shinwell iold thi lo-daj u state ui i.Mdin, in...it t.ii.es he MI 1 ) %  n.i. li.. ununtl that tl i n nccu) ition In tha i I %  iUo %  %  %  He had Mtiafled thai Britain %  % %  : i %  %  hn d. font %  %  era M cou %  bUgatl i %  in tha North I r.d iti uaaeli i*rt al> %  ., i ii lendl %  In %  ( %  oworh we in • "'. up are United K foi ea wh ulated I i md within llmi i n to equip them i ible %  MI i \u %  pmanl TOKYO, July I/. \MKRICAN TKOOPS i'ELL BACK AGAIN to day before the Russian supplied armoured might of the North Korean forces who outuumber ed them heavily t They took up new prepared poai lions behind the'importa-r Kum Rivet The moan tiering river is the last natural barrier before Ta-jon. 15 miles south iv road ^^^_^___^ rhe cit) i %  smeii. an ROHM. . . %  r %  %  the 1 froni too |inet in the i %  the lank H HEW .' HINMMi HMil lilii IhlH 1.IV.II >l ul llir w*tinrit Iralla Be t w een Dei i |M ami \prii | 1'i.u laaaaai lllll' III III. -h.nl. I1.M .I..M lun drcrrrs Uhrrnhril %  i here ui ..i aa mare nun i> iretare > lUvi days el iii,.i,..i i.in i the < %  %  %  in | he 'i"i not ii-1 plaeent about what > I There m %  %  %  %  make cert il i pn rautloi ii .II |ai a,< "jrw I., %  ma)ont> id elet*i %  aa trie Executive Council, -i paUiy-m.iltliiK lno. -i, at pieaent .uin.U uf live ele^uu, and live iioinii .. %  .. the Govenioi having ihe easing vote i ... H .,".: the i ndlng ii, <;. \r I.I.I %  ovei -i iding i 'inn, mated th %  t re pei ting full vi (CU TreM. i Rwltt Occupied HO /stands %  -'.i KJ |i Peking tonight M i-i.ii/' off the mouth ipled % %  %  %  %  % %  The i lands L %  ..i Mint north -.f Mo of the Na%  "ipthenwere "wiped %  aid Renter His OH n Siirgroii RUSTN1 J T with a i a bullet ",. % %  in his iide %  W %  dial %  i | %  : %  I aharp pem P More ^mrecttiDii woula Be Serioui Says Achcson WASHINGTON lul. 12 U s Sot % % % %  .! •.! :.. I lo-Mlgllt II I V %  Ma hi I lit n '' %  %  ' ;%  ..r troop 1 ' %  these rej wti Hi comment on I i. %  in the lense world wouti R'eiei WOMAN FOUND DEM) ll\ CANEFIELD GUTTER . I mess the I %  a gutter %  %  ition aftei %  % % %  M weeder had reported the death to UM %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  T L I Clarke, and %  %  %  GROUND FORCES *VER HELPFUL* Says US. Secretary WASHINGTON tub II Societal v ui state Deai I •nl i. .i -. i %  pi tltlon" agjainsi %  thi -'.-' %  %  %  • elf. Aches pel -.11:,'. i v.,. II. Id the Unn il.. | :•' ... I %  i to n ak< % %  %  whieh had ofli n H %  be could n..' i in.i. bad ret bean i i % % %  1 '. %  membe • le ground t ru in unpi c United Nation,. tl Reetei Fighting Might Last Till \ uluinn I . .. %  %  ea vv-i % %  %  %  I %  ... ba i' tt< i dallpi 1 lemi %  %  -ii ' %  %  i ., t... %  ,. H i< .i B urn iv re i Ke nlei %  pi \ %  %  m Kiv.i Wltbdrawal II %  i it %  %  : | K DM %  treme n Korea %  %  K radio lo-nighi . ii H K [re. %  • %  ... • front* %  | . new 1 port ..I il % % %  I %  %  regj sink1 ling ynid and -1,11,111; stock Targi U.S. 4'oiiintaiMlrr Takrs Up Poal \"K\ i. %  %  i s Frane" N %  R %  ; I ,i llriili/ kruim' Says ( V I latated Charter i I. AM81 %  I Korea an 111 stand %  I,.: %  %  %  • K %  %  %  %  i.. %  unite i 1 %  Itruler Weal \\\u> Will Protest To Russia 11KU1.IN l.dv If Western AlU in Berlii %  i U lUUJ joint 1 tu the itussiunr. .it conunuad in with m. ui waggon Waet Berlin ..nd in iinti 'i Zone il wai learned \w aonal poaka aetlni III| lerad unt nupiini; ithi i. %  %  rial i I %  : i. Ru %  i total of IS % Berlin mail sldlngi t IfarMnborn, Sovii • Inter! ence wli ......i i In Bet ... %  . %  . %  .i A We-* Berlin .(. %  i.,r.,i Hi notM W message lo t. \ %  %  :. %  %  %  %  bui| % % %  m maoauri 4>aM>>ii; tbrwUKl. We.tern flerRruU-r Vb Refund, Either VK roftiA VI < ; : midnight n-i • 11 %  rall-lii i : i . %  I. . %  i %  %  •''•• %  • %  •'•' %  '.•• •.•,-.:•,•,;;:•,: --'----.-. 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TIU-Rcn.W. Jl'f.V |.T is n Pilgrim Statue Leaves To-dav i It Will V : !.:. %  A. rtir statue was broujih. here by Rev. Fr Patrick Moore, of the Scdrboio I on Society in Canada. Although he has mly Ln that tiny many Burbadiara hav> %  a while robe ana speaking in a 'dian accent ha* Iwi-i. telling (i r ff .-.iina since he joined the Second P in December 1947. nun. bom n Ontario M been in %  P-n. Sanio Di n Society. He j> in China for %  >.ir in %  d other partIN MU4 he m Wit lo Santo Domingo i • .. %  that the (ln.t ita! .1! ratuu. to trawl M tm u ill through Em borders of ..., K p,.,-pi,. %  %  %  %  or; to pi nmi 'he tor the statue from the so great that it MM felt nei-ev to travel through the U %  A O December 8lh. 1947. Fr Moore loined the second ptlgrlm%  'Talo and worked with H right down the V S until it reached Laiavotic m 1.:, in March 1948 Ha mi ilu-n recalled to take charge 1 f thU Third Pllgrima!;. F tlM caw of tn first pilgrimage th. for the storv of Fatima avg ju*1 '-'' • %  BW B-8 .. It Ml In Europe. So. on Mav 13 1948 the statue %  %  blessed at Fatim;.. and iMcidrnt. 'he only one of ih,. tin.%  tatUM wtUch was also blessed bv ,h ^Pope at the Vatican This pilgrimage began at Santo uomingo and it arrived there on %  r U!iBUl llflU Thr ,;,„,.,. ordered a dv.c reception, and H TELEPHONE worken were was estimated thnt 2f!.imo penp].. OWJ all ye,ierday on overhead •temu-,1 thr servira hi tht oldest cable wera on rtlfei ito-ad. The cathedral In tha ttfeoeafp wn told that tug It part FT Moore was in Santo Dom" f B '" %  %  x'cnslon four months before he l '"" Ml back to America %  nd "Ml" oMrfcinen pei•.pixed in the 11 tort % %  the r S nut t climbing 20-T.H.T Ladder*, HAKBADOS ADVOCATE Sloop Missing THE in-t. % %  Canadian Sloop %  %  "ii.ing for the pa 10 days The SI.K-P is reported to havi Jul> 3. %  lag hank< an I Trinidad. All -dips have been asked to keep a harp look •.: Sloop, whose hull |i painted black and bJM lormatton was cabled t tha loraj Kipping autl 1 %  '' Haatai ol I' \l.l. TIIRI K Embezzlement Alirl Of 4. ran. I Sessions Ha hi I Hal Critn inal Gets Eight Years TV.'nsentences,a three-yeai indi luncon.setuiivch wen* yesterday imposed ui\ Darwin Esataon at the Caurt of Grand Session, by His Honoui Mi C. L. Taylor. AJMU Chief Justice. Batson pleaded guilty of having re %  1 ;i Raleigh bicycle otl March 10 although ha knew n had bean itoli a He also plaadtd guilty ol beini %  habittu criminal. Al.ONZA of Chin Will A a i'ii%  .•hen lie ;ANKIN %  earatakai a .mil ;i servant of %  montha* 1. %  %  found aatlij M.igislratr t I. W.d.v •mocttlamaat at t2. 10*. 2d'. from A C: Pile oil June 19 Ttw %  .ire to run roncurrentli OFFICIAL DENIES RELAXATION The thrae-ytai Mintrnca, panal %  arvttuda, waa fi>i the %  araaay while the live-year, pravaatlva detention, was for beinn %  habitu.l i] Reckless Driving FOR dn Rockto) highwa motor OBI XS3J reckless manner alonr Itoad, Ah.iii is %  public OB Ma> 30. Cafl 1 1 oooding of Chancery l^me. Cartal Church, was fined E3 to be paid in 14 days or in default undergo 2 months' unprtonmMit, hen be ..ppearwi before Magistrate C L Walwvn Daftw imptiMng the line, the magi'drate told Gooding that the offence was Of a serioua nature and warned him to be very careful in the future. naal 1,. uvartau from t'.iiL.t. 1.1 "li -(•em* to me th.it strong rMiiamujUana BQOUU ba autda to ZZZLSX' ^ST the Uovtrnment in England that ;^*T1,T.' _J,. Urge e.xienl. the bn-ad and iHittrr o( the rnarlUme province-., an BBBt wi in this country should be UJ ^, eotwiuted nd givaa some eonIRU dictatorial demands are rnade OK the Wt Indies to divert their trade from Canada thr statue of Our I.ady of Fatlma. Tin. %  Convent Chapel. The slatue U e^l antog and is garlanded with iloweipicture ".is taken m the in a specially constructput there hy the Convent Placed On Bond MAGISTRATE G. H Griffith. raatarday placed Edith dikes of KIIIK Idwaed Road, on a bond for 12 months in the sum of £S for assaulting and beating Mlrriam Skinner The offence was committed on June 23. WORKERS BUSY ON CABLES THE FRUIT SITUATION Did Not Close Shop A PINE of 20'lo be paid 111 7 dayi was yesterday imposed on Livingstone Dabb. a shopkeepct 01 Nelson Street for breaking the Shop Closing Act on June 2 Mag1IOCSFWIVES are still rinding latrate C I. Walwyn judged Moult to get oranges as this tn "*• which fruit is m very shoit supply On Cpl Rn ^'^ tecond pi. 1 l. band tliere are mangoea ubunduncti and these fetch puce* ranging from one penn> to MX ceBtl each. Bananan which a few weeks ago were soinevv ha! scarce are now in plentiful supply but vendon sUll nak a 1 %  il Mi for those scheduled to be void at ihrea for %  ptanj brought b\ 1 %  %  1*00. he ratotoied drifted down tne uver in canoes. The tide waa hiuh, .uid river mul"ATHEL RUBY 1 FOR TRINIDAD AT HIGH TIMS yeaterdaj gfternoon tin BBMI -tfhrl Rubu left the Cnrcenage laden with vacuum pun inulaM,k for Trinidad. Un* Ir Cook, the AM.^I Auby arrived on Tuaaoaj to i.ik>Ita load. It u. expected lo make •mother call between Sui %  Monday 'lie third pilgrimage' and with it when il arrived in Trinidad on February 26th. 19X0 Thev U ured every parish In Trlmda I and had their final demoi in Port-oC-Soflln on June 11 th He •are, thfl > Trinidad, Tobago ow Darlwidoa. The Pilirimagf will prohabl. '-ten bv I9S0. and he lh it until then. NO MOHi: "COOUES NFW DELHI I n glme, will 00 caliod "01... %  %  Rbveinnv prn %  %  %  •. %  %  QraDefrult is also unobtaitubUI. il racently there have appeared some pines on the market, a welcome sight after au absence .f several weeks. They range from 1'-, I'O and 2Menace To Navigation A cylindrical shaped objagt, "• %  I bobbinl ter. rtlng 11 %  % %  • % %  04 42' TtiMday, July II. An intercept from the Governenl Hydro baa d ea crlbed the ob• to Navigation." A warning has been issued to all ships and stations in the %  The Weather TO-DAV Sun Risen: a.4 a.m. Sun Man i; :4 p.m. Moon (New) July IS Lighting 7.00 p.m. YCSTLKDAY Rainfall; Nil. Total foe Month to Ynterday: .84 ins. Temperature (Max.) i5 5* F. Trinperatare iMIn.) 71.0" F. IV,n,1 Direction <9 .am ) 1 i-t (J p.m. Eaat! Mind Velocity; IS mllei. per hour. Harometer (0 am.) % %  %  <3 p.m.) MJff, The bicycle which was t! %  • pros arty %  Charlei Paries arai raluo So* H.iison had four previou. g) from Page 1 cunvi. t ni !<>i Lucnv ma bestd theae nut'.ructions trade has others, one for uttering countereen diverted away from '**t coins. One of the previous t" Othei i-ountries. 1 with the Uirceii> ofl the bh pel but he pleaded 'nut guiltv" MReen Kl Solicitor General who behalf ol the 1 his plea or. the second count, receiving > \>le 1 property. I.is Honoui toki biisjn th t he aaaociate himself With criminals and he was claimed to lie a bad character ALiai.D uaaj mi m %  1 to two years' imprisonment w"i hard labour when he. too. plead 1.1 guilts of hevBsg rtoain 1 Kaleigh bicycle The bicycle *.>* the properly of Albert Haker. was valued S8I fH) ami waa stolen On June l> Refnre Imposing ihe santancO His Honour s.ud thai 1 B stealing was prevalent and thai particular cane was a baa It had evidently been properly planned out Lewis, he said. i Himt'd with a receipt In ease of • Ills HONOI K p..-lpon.M . icnce on HegiiMld lli,ithaite %  ler he had pleaded guilty of hey:i COW v.loed $l?0 Qff| April 24 The cow Itelonged t.> Eric Moscles Asked Whethei he had evei had any trouble in the COUrl t< rare, niau.waite taid that thara \siis .1 light matter of a turkev soinerniie gone ln Touch With Barbadot CoaiUl Station i*.*i. A !">-: % % %  %  1 Clipo'. % a SVama raM mctor, ( M K AiiJSw. SO I., u QU-i limr < S QaoMaM %  I K*i'"' Jaguar, n S It. 'S AICOJ Pilfin" B0 *— %  v. l| FnM Towntfimd S S Silvn anon. *n nan p lu u. s | ,, s... S S Alton Con* U 8. I-,.. KtOi'"i S IVin. M s H „ tirrt. -, s s Vieliaiibi*rs -. Mn-hlplcnt. S S AgWi NiculaoItlixCyiiar. IS N..r.llai., SS Port i.i. %  : k go4 caoyi iTXai I I %  r. -|. ,. || pin. IK mi. S.a Kik IwnM •*Uri MM TrV. I -!*•>. A s anew Before you buy a fountain pen, try the r*aw Watermon's— the pen with a 14 k. hand-ground gold point specially designed to suit your individual writing styla. All Waterman's pens are superbly styled In a variety of beautiful colors for man and women. Moderately priced, loo. Waterman's Keep Your '''''''''''*''SSS,'S.%\>S,%-.'Ss„',-s l r -,*..s.-s>'-S.-SS,'SS.'S.\ RECTOR'S FEVER MIXTURE m lied preparation for combating UaUu I iruUjp compounded fn n reaj HECTORS PROM Messrs Bonkers B DOS ( Drug Stem Ltd. | Hllll4 lllral ->>i J ll.h. % %  %  %  .1 I %  lead Mrf*i and Alpha JMi BaotsBt ^V-'/,-,',',vv,V,*,V/,V,V.'.V//,-,V,VV-',V-'.-,'/.',v',','. DURALIFE VI IO II \ I II IIIIS vOoa Wwi % % %  aeaaon BICYCLE In Fine Trim!! We ore offering the followinf DUNLOP ACCESSORIES ItRAKT IIUICKH MUD FLAPS TYRE unmi HAND 1.1: '( %  -PKDAL I-I ui'.irS ADDLE H KI TAPES PATCH STRIPS 2" x 3: 1 \ i-ll I \ PATCHE8 I.tlNf; AStl MIIHiET OUTFITS VALVE RLRBER l.AKI.E AND SMAM sill t TION PffloVi I'lMP tTITHWff CHROME-PLATTD RIMS ROADSTER C'OVERH AND 1 1 ill tx 11" RACING COVERS AND TUBES 26" a 114" CARRIER COVERS AND TUBES 2" x l%" SPECIAL PRICES TO DEALERS COURTESY <.\It\f.F Whilepark Rd. ROBERT THOM LTD. Dial 4391 If I ECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAY STREET e DIAL 4269 v\W HUBBUCKS PERMANENT GREEN No. 112 1 in..in ;IIMIH the |lab Cram Iha traaai tinIiaaaaa Narlh. lit Hill t K s PKEMA M.NT (.III I \ PAINT etijoxs .1 high npiiiiiiii.it lot its weaerreapflag quail lie iiiirf nli.ihilily uiuler tlumeaf ti--ini:, i Inn.tin coiHlition-. Ai lirme HI. 1 tluaaej H ( %  djallj araatni it-rli in :. lli'iiisand rlifTrreni wn\. the mii iliirahle uf nil rum \M \r OBEENfl Agenlv—FRANK B ARMSTRONG LTD DOCTORS SAY: QUAKER OATS is so Nourishing and "r Delicious Q BUBU ,1, t K'^ cs w,u ^cneruu* Mpfhl) of impcKum 1 healthful, ff food 1 li mi n:. in ajhjnla eigjH. cafeai Rith in Vitamin II, which turns bod in(o"hi>l\furl". Quaker O.ns aids in building resistance to fatigue. BaCBOM K supplies iuc.le.1 ninirislimeiu with so little t.-. on the digesme system, this "natural" food is f.ivored In elderlv paoplg as well as growing youngsters jiui active adults. Quak. r On is the perfi. r breakfast for ,/// the famih iMORf REASON THAN IVU TO BUY JUAKER OATS! A '9B£ KNfROV II s .hh lo rUMr.ro* fyQM STRINGTM pliy of protohrj MOM STAMINA bteggatgl fajaaaai Tkiooiio (Vito M io B,) MQ&t ENJOYMENT \\\\fmi\ Inn % %  oaftllii IT— % %  HOW TO PRIPARI A TAS1Y NOURISHINO BRIARfAST J^rs iu„\ mpaafwuM A.I.I Mh LJESb •* % %  %  ''"-. idd 1 ip oi yPr)\S '•' %  '"•''• <<.<"•>>*. 7 %  -") inc. Ili.i. .11. JII.Y Kill. — 30th linrlusirff Our Customers and Friends are asked to note that our Workshop Dcpartn.ent. with the exception of a Skeleton Staff for Emergency Work, will be doted for the Annual Vacation Leave during thrperiod 16th —30th instant CENTRAL FOUNDRY Ltd.



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P.M.I. SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE HFNRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE y .s. C^-O-.. WEAN ^ ^ £D i7 BY WALT DISNEY ^rtSOO'lfl ; .' %  .' : s> ouS5... -3 IS ., jj lav. ^-''Hi am] -'-•*EZ*.ypi-c*. | a!/"2 CcS* V •NDIE - vE GOT TO MA*E < i PwO^E CAL.L--_> t -f Give ve i* BY CHIC YOUNG K. O. A '.\4.\ . WITH WHISPER iH THE SOUTH OF FRANC" SO Wju TMOOOMT VOU'D SM 7 M ;HFl ... %  .'..'.'.. I NOT OOlNO TO C-F T **V IT 17 %  OV HIOW THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER BRINGING IJD FATHFR TMAT Vtft* A "-ClT* gJLV ONE TMNG BETTEB THUJ A OOCO SsLESP^AN' ,TH*T- AWQTM6I? V M iffHEPj %  — %  -_—^ BY GEORGE MCMANUS I AUTTER OF FACT. *.-*$ OORiAN TOWN FOR TUB \_^ I AUaTTAfK YOg TO EXCUSE OA.T HAVE VOU N. MI...ZW MLJRRYISGTQ K 6l W1P YET | NE^HJE \ C4TCM %  '-" %  %  "-'%  '---' ^TRAIS -E -AON T -^^^^ fc H*ARO F0M\ou... fBjs-. THE PHANT1M BY ALEX RAYMOND HOW ^ x STBAN6B! t oee ceewEo L*'F^B..AH1MT *8 IF HC w.S-EO MS KAf\ I VST ME! -^ ~v *r^P^L" OF AU. THE rf *> ^(1 •*J"' uJCKI RUSK. 1 *; -.TO 11' E 'I S6 DOQIAN UKFJ THAT; -41 /£ s**s eouKO TO -eu. *ES, IM M BET-te TAKE US, MltTEE E mCTiUS K}C kfcOWTHE *oc*s, 10lTEVIEW,r^ NP WEtEHUKOT WITH GUNS •Y0UUIOWTHEe.ES a* SOI HEAtp A COUHE Of DANfeEtOOSlOMY. VOUtE CONVICTS LOOM OUI"^(0!H HIBEP.' IN IHEM WOC0C THISUEAT MELTlN&Ot / FALSE EVFIASHE LEE FALK & RAY MOORFS THISLLTNOBUPPVS REC06NUEP BE A %  ] US VET/ WE'LL MEET DM CINCH. /, CSWf> OurSIPE TOWN NO USE PUSNIN'OUR LUCK TOO FAtf 9 S3 I-" U "1 cr Tlll'RWA\. JVLV i.i nn SPECIAL ATTENTION!! n \xi:i{> SHOPKEEPERS HOUSEWIVES USE GOLDEN CRUST" BAKING FLOUR FOR WONDERFUL RESULTS MORE BREAD BETTER BREAD LAKE OF THE WOODS MILLING CO., LTD ^CVVVVVV'**.*. HERE'S OUR NEW SELECTION OF BOOKS m i.i IHM. imiMMOM)' ;• Ravprr THE (1UHFT MATCH' ^ By Hurt Dr Srlinroarl I THf: HIPPOLVTIS \ OF EURIPIDES' J* Bj RM Wirnpr ** tBAVnUNG TOM.I Ev .* By h.-rin.-n, HarrK £ •TALES rROM TIIK > ARAB TRIBES" \ B C. G. Campbell i "OENTIAM nn.1." ; By I ll(.i In-Ill ( .mill. 'r v 1 GIMLET LENDS A HAND i Bv Caplaln \V. F Johm ^ "GOLDIE OF ;* GRETSTONE8" ^ By Arthar Waterhousr ; MA1NL1 PERSONAL" ^ P^mi by Mirharl Lynch \ on le at *J I ADVOCATE STATIONERY This List Keeps Me Posted! HUruils HfMiiary's Honey Bnkc llismiu 72c K inary's PunMttila Biscuits ... 94c. Kniiiur>\ QtaifM Bake Biscuits 73c tiirrs Table Water Biscuits |.|2 t ;irrs (small) Celery Biscuits . 1.57 Jacnhs Afternnnn Tea Biscuits 1.4U PMfe I r. .in s Martini Cracker 1.(4 Cun Cheese Crisp 1.00 < minrri Veilclabln. Smedleys Peas 39c. 32c French Mushrooms 54c. Farrows AI Peas 38e. Lady Dane Peus . 40c. Lin Can Peas . J4c. II. 111/ Baked Beans 28. 17c. .. Vegetable Snlnd 48. 23c. Thre* Bays Tomatoes 35c. Otullini.V Milk K,„MK Ovaltine $ .73 Tono $2.21 $1.19 Milo 1 ,)7 • •"no 1. HI Bournviu .7(5 Vila Cup .70 < niil. .lii.11. %  > 1.88 1.09 Tins Black Manic Chocolates Tins Black Mauic Chocolates Tins Black Magic Chocolates Tins Fuller's Chocolates 2.21 Pkc. Frys Hard Nut Chocolates .. 1.6" Pkii. Frys Harel Nut Chocolates Pk. An Dessert Chocolates .90 1.08 I iimii'll I 111,1 Bahama Crushed Pineapple 3c. Tropical Fruit Salad K8c Lady Dane Strawberries 95c. Damsons .. ,",2c l.ariy Dane Yellow Plums 45c. l.etona Apricots 56c. I.etona Peaches 59c. Trin. Grape Fruit Hearts 33c. I .rials Creum ol Wheat Con Toasties W'.iaaix <'.rupe Nuts Pearl Barky I'.'icnt Barley Farex IN-.uiiii Hun,., nd l.mis, Peanul Bulter 04. 55. 3jc. S.A. Strawberry Jam B i*W o, 8.A. Peach Jam -<.*••) 5.1c. Bail, (.u-.-ii Flu Jam ,_ < 2 > £> 52c. S.A. Pineapple Jam <2I) $4c S.A. Melon & Cinder Jam (2-rb| 44c. S.A. Apricot Jam 52c Wlneau Liqurr*. Van llurvey's Bristol Cream Sherry ,.-, 7 S Findlnters Dry Fly Sherry Dry Club Sherry Drambuie OW Bols Creme dr Menthe 4.W Breda Beer .21 Vi Stout J( Whit bread Beer i


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PAGE I ICIII BARBADOS ADVOCATE Tiii'KX--^ n i.v i ; |M TALL SCORING BATSMEN s M ie „ h a el 9 £!*'.**s! I UIII;I:III — ttS n.o TllfcSr UPM halvni.n ef (lip W I -,.,,„ „ I. %  '..-... id, in nil Ihr l.rirrslrrvli i r bstwll have in..!. |a iLt. mi thr tour. f in j (all M.irin, % %  ..... %  xMerday. i| thta* Wm tnr hifhr.l sinrrn Morrrll .nd M up 0l>3 mhall fl^ips/ Indies 651-2 W Picked Ihr S. England Tvain \ toNi Pat* i 1.1 I July 12 %  i I i W.l %  -. i Hatting' Inervan d ..%  .%  I, 4, ami i ivo been thai i the Ha* %  • be Allad minul^ baCtai Huiton iitsi month Nothing like ( ... I v., Open Tennis Tournament On Saturday at hlgn %  peed had IK 1 1 LA-IH Ma* fa n tn lorly minute* ;.ii< r lea w..t.< made ?o Ha ind Worn 301* mil' ihiriy mil : . lc I. Ear I h W %  n caught ai 194 %  Walsh Worn ... occupi<*d 131 minutes and at thi lose he had hn <.<• cm* four claimed oD ll and tw" • I bimies-. ore In t day. AT .1 meetinf >>' tin Barbadoi i %  • -•. % %  in id ..-i Tim trial nn J?Ui June, the Mernben of ihe Council oil 'in \ 'urn decided tn entei a i loi in this ycar'-i (< >*'""l -naWy; Wetf Indian Championship, to be C Km.r (Hami i ; Jama heldli Bril g Sep• %  %  %  tl fliml.l.-ti n-riiin-] In an effort to select a Clarka (Northteam to n pressed Bart-ad if ii stephenaon Barbadi Ei iteui Lawn Tennis %  '•'. w i' tedded to tun a i Uuncai [Ola Than and now stamp The fotlO*rin| ire the .. W 1 l.i %  liar o JM>*I Mart hull C b HiH-rrv W.I7THI IK.I ..!.< HTk>-< not Oil! %  Ml TaU) ISM r.;i M %  loiH.fi nowi Ma ANALYSIS <> M 1 l Wollar XI %  WBHI a i JCkM>. • i pakaet it i L*Mrr ..... i Iks !o -Ml** Molly Hade I iff. Rawing Can m School i i., m llro'i 1 hope iv h,.lpv %  44 girts iM-longm.MUM.< ml, %  %  nit May Jttth The whole liana with other members or the School a tt endod Film Show at ihe Hntish Gounil "ii June 22nd where they %  van shown ail the various In'liuments of the Orchestra and Other films Our thanks are due lo Mi Tucker foi jrrantin;; tbJS AMr.KH'AN aemttl stamp ** (pictured here) w.ll go on sale shortly, it will commetnT.ite thrcentenary of Kansas City, M sun. where **> I ": r ... began Shown on the stami, Kanst. City iky line ol and i. draw ng ol v. %  I .and i | %  • it* of tl %  it look..i m IK -i. In**!. i. %  STANDARD BRIDGE SCOOPS THE POOL W/HKN Qrwi Brluun carried oil the BuregaBrldfg inkjy foi die iinid coasecutlve year, oui pl ay ers did nor* than 'i .s, (an victors m a remarkable last-round photo finish Undei any other method ol acosini */• would have won by the largest margin in the btatorv -< the chiiinoion%  ihjps .iU hea here on the courts of the Belleville and iTennli CIUJM which I i lent (n the A fOC the UK of (In \>Kociatloii '.ti %  '., .1 %  |>vi week each All cluhv >.-. in. h are ..ttiiiateii I %  laUon have been aiked W their four bet player* who would be available to make %  trip to British Guiana In %  The Council of the Association have decided not t" ran the loci loumamant on s knock-out baalbut to arrange the matches in an effort to diM..vi i tinIK-T mini n lUoni lo-rsproasnl iiarbados It Is Roped that the public will g)ve this local (niiitiaiiient Dan %  hole-heertod %  uppart, and tin As&oclation has decided to charge ID at U M CO '••( %  ,,f i nt these Rames in an effort to ralaa hindl tci help with tl i %  low I IK li.niii.iMient o|M)S on SatUTday, Juli 19, and the fixtures take place Si Strathrlvde Tennis Club I'lay starti at %  SO p-m and the fixtures are as follows; Men' Doubles Court No. 2 Umpire Dr Skeete l>i (' MamutiK and E. P TavUM l S It Dear and D W Wiles oast oi u -icts c>.,irt so i Umpire i> VUss H S s Calo and L Harrison vs. w. A s Crichlow and I H .... .pf^ Admiosion I/The loumamant continues ai BellevlUe Tennis Club on Tuesday IHlh Julv at 4 30 pm. Ptxturei '" Puesdaj win i., published In Buoday'l Advocate in aach m L. ilw Mill Mai >Undard > % %  -\. *-ril..-tl ... UM I ,.. r,lv i let I..IUH.II. i %  u"d Hi. 11. %  i ii -.. I %  it! irUeVs dur lo (hr liUiv. tOl ll opened One Na-Ti vulnerable on IS—IH reviTtme to (he ittindird I ML. nuilrhra arc oi tK-U-r blddmn I .il rard n< • Iformtf excellent thai i he weaki r mi lo gc( ihe i.i't a earda tn Ihla del A ,in bidding dui out team the third vear tunninc. Uw.v StrontftHt challenge Thr men s bMS %  I ev.nt CM utcd id \t II.HK.II I i ll Mara. 11.id* K w Kon I L nit N Oatdcncr All alx ii ivc b en invited to Uie Urttuh Commonwt si i %  ..,..... %  Chan B. M. HARRISON-GRAY ii.-i N.IM noar ThnM ol iheoi 1 -II played before in the V, our win wmejgained in n>ite of lha ImcigTi rh.diciiiie bemp ihc •tronsvat 'in... is.,7 One ol the nuut formidable (ram* were Ihe fJnlrti Mtfa tha i-irina-rihlp of ihe mil nrolhri. In ... Uoi %  ir the tint time tinea the .i iiie. kave Own rated one ..i me <> in Europi the Aral in Ifli-' but one of the i racenti) returned fom %  lone Ma* in Am Luck ffYifl out i %  ..... i i.nJ and DU if we ivc saved one of thow ,i "ii I have M % %  that norm.illv we ui, ov ., declalvc I I nv (hiDiKeh them%  % %  i %  %  .'ii many out our luck wail< hit noiind like an si i hasi to ii % %  .* erved to I in the week K-O"I n and Hals a* week 1 hand* a %  %  i i %  %  fnl di %  R) ids i I. .'Ijnd will ard Brldse in action I th.-i %  iPYRIGirT HK8gRVU> Combermere Ohl Boys' Crickel Today The animal ; a I're Combermere match taksa place at rtdol grounda today at i pjn, The Past' win ba rapr %  rollov s • O, 8 Copptq II u ii i Vlce-Capl %  A 11 OlttenS, E llurkr. It N l.u.kc. M W t'laikc. Cii| tain I: \ S, si) C <; Alleync. 1. C i B. G afcComie, s r Orinth L Roach (tntra) The Pre sent" will fieiin Annual Ite-Union with naiubiiv who hav. lei! LV M We ..i Elm S d Cei I know that Mn 3aT.ie aggxarlally win t>. Iieved to h> ; ., thai tha cites havo bean pee %  ready On May lit., Variety I B men I was put on bare to ralaa funds to BaSiSI with the jlllrtllan nig of the uniforms of oui Ca.lci DtvkUon Of the St John Amlml%  nee At-o. lataw This Entertainment Blespred S93 ub and our Cadets are very grateful to Mia.s Bynvmondi Wl v. organliad and ran (he Enteitsinmanl for them Our thank are due to Mis.' Harper, Miss Pickering and Mils Phyll Itowen who take the First Aid Classes on Friday afternoons. Oui Old Girls' Association continues to be active. In December members of (he Choral Croup pai I then Annual visit to Ihe St M,chael'i Infirmary. They vnteitained the inmates of the male sec tion with Christmas CatoLs an i distributed sweets and BoWW both male and female Inmate Christmas Cheer in the form I hampers was sent to six poor ol.i ladies in the parish of St. Michae SO In (lames flmup The Games Group now has i membarshlp m 90 gtrli who, ate being trained m Nel-baM by Mi Bruce St. John The Annual He-union was held here on March 2 and flO Old Girl* re present. New Officers of the Association were SUM lad We an* pli.iad to welcome hack Elese Murray who had a Scholar'HI i ton. Inf.it,l Teaching ... England, and has returned to hei pOBI H Inspector Of Infant Methods in the Elementary Schools. A large number nf our Old Girls ve up much of then spare time lo the work of various Clubs ami Organisations, and thus are rendering good service to the Community. Cnniirats, All I should like hen%  congratu* late tha f i i <* w mg oui Girls — Mis* Hildagardc who has been apK iintrd to act as Lady Assistant :obation Officer. Miss Sylvia on her appointment ns %  en of St Patar*s Girls' Si h.,..| Nurse-, i ili-n Sn ,1! M ,, •. use n.inici. Isallna Connall and Daphne roster who have complstad theniratnlng al Ins <'•••<.eral Hospital and uualified for the Hospital Badge: Nurses Mui lei Ramsay. Valda Ramsay and Mu paaSlU Ihe I'relimniBI state Examination Nuns Muriel Ramsay on being awardetl ing and They'll Do It Every Time -— By Jimmy Hatlo he best service to tht Hospital foi 11*48-49 Mid-day today another of our old | of hei pronwtwn. I tssarUli) congratulalc MISS El being appointed i All Bainta Girls' School Our Brow me Pack now number: %  %  DUI Hi own OWI she is now married and living in the USA ..nds. our Tawny Owl. is still on leave. During bat absence Miss Jean Best %  acting Brown Owl Guides %  Guide Companies icinain at 111 maximum. 36 in each Compan> Twenty-lout of these have completed their Second Class Test. In December the Guides held then usual Christmas Party for 33 .-. .leged children from the Cathedral District and the Salvation Army. In April the Companies camped in the grounds of the Holetown Mixed School. Tiianti* aighi GtikfcM asm m tha Camp and thoroughly enjoyi %  themselves. The Guides had a happy surprise one morning when Mrs. Savage very kindly visited the Camp. We are grateful to the Rev Havncs for allowing us to camp in the School grounds The Companies took part in all other activities of the Association Including the Guide Fair where they ran the Household Stall along with Of Si Phihp Oui Hanger Company numbeis 24. During the Easter Term iheie PM varnight hike lo Payne BlO 'i" ( %  Du %  hike I.'II tl Chnst Church Lighthouse whuh IheCompan} visited ID April the! Company held a successful Dane I in aid of its Overseas Camp. They arc now looking forward to a week-end Camp in Ihe holiI days The Company look part in all parades held during the yeai I and .'i • H Entei u\lna ii on June 23 and JI run by the Hangers of the Island in aid of the Onl Quids Headquarters Fund 1 have to thank Miss Millington nuil the Hangers for a fine gift or Girl Guide Rooks foi our Library I am very slad to he able to announce thai in future we shall be ianpertlm our own Text Books for -.1. tn the girls. We hope to hate the majority of our Books on Sale from Uie beginning of the January Term 1951. We are very irateful to the Government for riving ua a grant to start this Scheme. We are sorry to loose Mrs. Sweet as a (number of our Governing Body She has had lo resign as .. living in Trinidad. Mr*. %  west Wai ai all flmes keenly interested in the Welfare of the School. W> itend I %  arts welcome Mi Burrowsa who has been a Member ol our Gov* i % %  >: %  m place of Mis. %  I The Sun Shines" wg s grataful to the Brirade I. Certificate, but the turning out of good Christian Citizens f iurii.il!!. We want our girls to be courteous, reliable, ready to assume responsibility. looking to the needs of others before their own, willing, nay eager to serve the (.inmunity to the very best of their ability in gratitude for the opportunities they thoinsclvc I-,,\o had It is my earnest hope, thercf. re. (hat Ihe following beautiful verse by the Rev O A. Stud. t'it-Kennedy may be taker as a Rule of Life' by all past, prsssnl an I future members of St Mn! sel'j Girls' School:— I .* .nd pM "d fWe ng-ln W %  Ood ".a. tl.en Hire. To >*iid Ui>-ell ?ior cgunt Ihe curt. *T wive iiitu .. %  The fl-nl IM |>ve all worlds that arc 'And all ihat are In be GLOBE OPKNIS'O in Minn;. i\\ wilh LOCAL TA1.KNT 1IFI It SHORT 1UI SWtlT INttAUYXI

h -' nk l ni: P**">>y,J ehalf of the Prize for Anatomy and Schooi an myself i ;. ; PIIVMUIUUV Nurse Muriel Barrow ^ 0<, y '" r ,,u vrr v sTasl Interesl on iH-ing awarded a PriSS r ,lie > takr ln th walfnta of the Anatoinv and Physiology and School The unfailing -upp. it Nurse Valda Ramsay n Pn/e loi .'Iicy give lo any mailer I put ln-Hyglena; Charge Nurse Thelma lire them for its well-bcnn: Hamblin on being awarded a l)r makes :nv position a happy 0'ie Hawkins's Trust Fund Prize for 1 would like also lo thank m i ROXY GOES ACIION THIS WEEK-END starts FRIDAY —BIG DOUBI. Screw Plrj by FRANK FENTON • Based On An Ongin.1 Story by MANCHESTER B0DD UCKO ooiowva uYt picture • SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! ff ima-TNEunst arrcemc tnwi %  ^ amMMHATFKLO MaaSOHl | Nhggji IgJ %  *% .- Mi|M AND MMUIIVI IMOTIONII WHO DANOIUI QALESA THE ^OJSEVVIS-E SPENDS hOuRS WATS CERTOIN, IWMNS EACH FRA6'LE ORGA\?Y CERTAINT^EN HOWE COMES HER HUSBAKO • ROQUEFORT FOTTS-SO THE BREEZE C4S 6ET IN, HE TIES THEM IN KNOTS' COME ONE! I We can nippljr :— BIRKMYRE JUTR CANVAS (Oi TMpauliiu OALVANIZEO CORRUOATED SHEETS 2B0ugg EVERITI CORRJJGATBD SHEETS RED CEDAR sill.sci.KS No l .". No %  ', grades I ..r CeUlB A PIM.SMU UNIIKN rERMITE PROOF WAU30ARB It W x 8 II..9 ii 10 i: IS %  long ASBESTOS WOOD SHU 3/10 In lludt 4 11. x4fl & !ili loi COME ALL I t THANI'S | SUPER SALE | CONTINUES WITH BARGAINS BIGGER & BETTER | THAN Plimir I'll? WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. S IV Wm. Henry & J> Swan Sis. aaygsfsaYsW rnrn a saaaasum IIHI.V LLl.\(i For bwilh lobes Mc in oWk shades 30 inches wide P*v yard. -$1.59 in \HH' in I;I:II: SHrlllM, WHITt P.. yd .$1.98 Dprycl $|.63 CAVESHEPHERD&Co.Ltd. IU. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street. LOOK WR BEST Your hair will be handsomer by far when you treat it h. Vaseline' Hair Tonic Just use a tew drops %  day... then seo the difference! Buy a bottle today! Vaseline^ ...„M'."r. E ."-IONIC/ ERNEST HEMINGWAY'S BEST with nothing left out—nothing held back! UNDER MY SKIN linn UIII am mom ion MHIM OI'IMM, HI->IOIIIiOH at tho EMPIRE THEATRE n t i re> i ION ro an PRODUCTION. (II -HARVEST TIMRiTnrytwm in Tochlilcoloti (Jl 'CHANCE TO LIVE' iL.itfit Mm.li ol Bow) I-1. IIIIE TODAl .- & ft..;n P.M. BUD ABBOTT •at LOU COSTEUQ ^O^a^aslP* 'PATRIC KNOWLES WILLIAM GARGAN Louise AllBRinON i !" (w w.lhom kati '<:, Mn Du r.iit, Ihfi&ii I^I|SIHHI *C.i.'t, .... J . A UNIVCtSAl PICTUM "Ulltma




Thursday.

% Harbados

Prive:

Aduacate >

ATTACK 60 MILES
SOUTH OF SEOUL

) TOKYO, July 12. os
| , re MERICAN TROOPS FELL BACK AGA
UL ” K. Aw are. A to-day before the Russian supplied armoured
might of the North Korean forces who outnumber-
Of Grave | ed them heavily, They took up new prepared posi-
: | tions behind the importay’t Kum River. The mean
| dering river is the last natural barrier before Tae

The city has been the Ame

Ne e *
Situation jon, 15 miles south by road
advancedâ„¢ headquarters

es i Horean
y on the main’ .Sou orean
In Korea WHEW ! ne (vom the south easter pupply










Treasury Official 3
Denies Relaxation

Dollar Restrictions

Canadians Say Britain
iWill Allot Dollars

From Our Own Correspondent
LONDON, July 12,
REPortTs that the West Indies were to have dollar
spending restrictions relaxed on imports from Canada
were denied this morning by a Treasury official. “The
restrictions will remain exactly as before” he added.
homesercnepereos —— The Daily Telegraph this morn-

: }ing hints that the restrictions :
Canadian spending may not be so
End Of War |S:
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: LONDON, July 12 quietly on the Korean western
fi The British Government WINNING POOL, front—too quiet—in the words of
fully aware of the gravity of t Western Australia e field headquarters spokesman
situation caused by deve opm
in Korea, Defence Minister Em:
uel Shinwell told the Hot
Commons to-day As fo

state of readiness of Brita





This town claims the tithe then i ine m ‘dora ch mie tank
ot the warmest spot in Aus ed attack f eh ul a t
it Ww al Trike:

ul, the Communist



tralia, Between Dec. L, 1
and April 5, 1950, temper: : " - :
ture in the shade rose above ca ed the South Korean capi-
100 degrees fahrenheit on he . ae
116 days. There was one run bs mortat nd al ee ry rt
of 54 consecutive days ot oe e et ee ere .
et, Se tie eee m Kum River. Withdrawal wa

el It was the same story or
tral front





enforced since recent



talks between Britain, Canada

De , ends On and the West Indies governments,
p at which the

possibility of in-

immed forces, he said Parliame |
may be assured that the preset |
preoccupation in the Far Ea
< creasing West Indies dollars for

Russia Canadian purchases was discuss-
ed. The Telegraph adds that this
step may be taken in view of the |
LONDON, July 12 increase in sterling areas dollat

A new move in exchanges be-| eserves. “It’s true” Said the} a
tween Moscow and London on| Treasury official, “that there are A Baa aha
Korea lies with the Soviet Union| reserves of dollars, But this is! 9 A - "

as a result of yesterday’s meeting | only due to sonal deliveries
190,

A crowd look at the body of INEZ FORDE lying in the guttei
afternoon

it Canefield plantation yesterday would “not be allowed to impa

ur vigilance in other areas whe
our vital interests are involvec |
|





He had been asked if he wa
satished that Britain's arme

ve e ss n there MacArthur's con
forces wore adequate. and pr Fighting nunique said

ny foreseeal

lie said “Our detence prepa | Might Las

Red iivanced five to ter






30 miles ¢

of Chinchon a new enemy divisior
ippeared I the 15th Nortl

Divisior MacArthur



between Sir David Kelly, British} and similar causes which means
Ambassador in Moscow and An- that firms haven't yet spent dol-

r ier Worrell 225, Week
drei Gromyko, Deputy Soviet For-| lars allocated to them. But se’ N [ | | aye or. ee €
eign Minister, it is considered in ollars samen to them. But tho: L ew « appre I 9

dollars certainly will b spent
official circles e spent



are of course determine


































































































































































. | Ave communic ue sa ipparent!
y our obligations to the Unite Till Autumn 1
LE , trained in the
4 ition the Commonwealt our }
‘ - sme wth of North Korea
before the end of the year <¢ ] “ Mi I li 188k: l ariuer in the Nort} t treme nortl
Reports from Lake Success that there’s no likelihood of restrictiot 4 Cha ter I or ars. ra “NCC nd Brusesls ree wap and toward YASHINGTON, Jul : , ' Pc ee ane atti
Russia may be contemplating being relaxed.” e , f iad Other friendly countrics| Informed quarters here 1 from Hong ong quoted by Peking
bargaining for the cessation of St " Z > Y LEICESTER. July 12 i ae 5 ‘ .. ey CM to-night claimed that an
ining é Suggestions have been made by ea a szEICESTER, July 1 vith whom we are in close 1 \ migh Lae \ : tal t
hostilities in Korea agains D hand ” é a . S . ; ; ; entire American battalion in Sout!
J one pcp F cen get me members of all parties here — ole ugar Che talented battin® of the West Indies touring tear ation ‘utuny ( wen i age ‘ Korea was “encircled and wipe
the United Nations find no official uate " Amery, porer ; i overwhelmed Leicestershire here to-day. At the close of baa aN gan attace ‘cit eant ayia satis at : feut” south of Chonan on July 9
confirmation here, at least in con- : Mt ane ie’ pre oe la} (From Our Own Co en the first day of their three days match the W.I. had scored Re) ten a ne : ao 3: acre he The Communique quoted from
g . > a Cit y % id it to her advantage to ; sg . i . ia : . ; \ eCeE a CGE are , ) I ‘ { *yon g Radio sai iat No
Seale, ee ee eee | accept stailing for y ; no is | LONDON, July 12 651 runs for the loss of only two wickets. Prank W orrell fserve our need and within limi |, The timetable eee \K ; | ; | ; ete dl ‘
discussions. s f sr goods , . . tha rm . . saan. Gh. a i | Korean oops continues he
Both officials and observers ;S0me Canadian businessmen havc Mr. Griffiths Colonia] Secretary had made a brilliant 225 not out, Everton Weekes had 190 fof our resources to equip them y ; vt) o a ? a irive south on all front
recognise that if a peaceful solu-|S8Upported this idea which woulda! Spent pe i , Dic tabs not out to his credit, and Roy Marshall had scored 188 Papin as possible with“ latest Sib batten diifiarately’ to tal | The “Fifth Air Force reported
tion in Korea is to be found with-|take Canada half way out of the i aie antaroe “ae Padont “TibHO: talcemtetshire: ‘could ill afforay'YPe? of arms and equipment Korean campai { fy | that light bombers flew missions it
in the framework of the United dollar area. It would ease B.W.1.-| tO~“ Da ETT Pha Naren es thet rei cm eet, Vio: Jackson, 9 But: he said he ald not feel at}, mpo rather than push it ' ground troops: and ¢
Nations this can hardly happen }Canadian trade. But there has} watt lant nat hie ; j their off spin bowler, after lunch Jat) ed: iplacent about what had | quick finish at} ‘ i } ried it bombing tlacks ot
unless Russia once more decides /also been strong political opposi-j SUSar celes “page } SPOR I S jWith a strained back, and sc fj ihieved. There was still « | tie bridges in the vicinity of Anso
to take part in the proceedings |tion in Canada they eons : i Ae head jswiftly did the total mount that gr deal to be done. The whol Fighters conducted close sup
of the Security Council, and that The Montreal Daily Star of| Dappier chapt« 1 | ° | WINDOW the scorers had difficulty in kee; programme was being kept under | The North Korear e t port of the missions and strafe
is i ° ar a 7 ito Ss whicl ena 1 : . ; . ;
this in turn appears to depend on) July 6th carried the following ee rer Bana aodiipital ng pace with it, Of 163 madcfelose review, to make certain all Ifighters and had the ac ' highwa bridges and railroa
the admission of the Communist report from an agency in Ottawa seh ane a on 7 dees WATER POLO for the loss of one wicket—A] practicable precautions had been | short supply lines er inl ies | With rockets and guns Exten ive
Chinese representative. An early announcement wiil} °f SU8® tp ee ee Sate, aa Rae for 26—before lunch, 100] taken.—Reuter mt damage to railroad cars, vehicle
P be made simultaneously here and | eee : “tt , came in boundaries, seventeen o ee a Weed ft per ammunition dumps and enemy ir
ca : os i é é Anthony Ed akin for Barbados Aquatic Club Play aries, seventeen of } } i ee j : : 4
But to conclude from this either in London of a British agree- eareaah ; tf oe : , a id he begins at 5 p.m. Bonitas will |i them to Marshall, who went Ol ; haps Sunother three weeks of | | stallation ere reported
that American opinion is ready tO | nent to promote Canadian-West| ... uiei Gentlemen from|| QPP Sword Fish. und Flying 11/40 seore 188 in three and a Halt news and more retreats by At tr Far East Bomber Con
recognise Communist China’s Indi rade, authoritativ < was glad the rentiemen from Fish i meet ‘Barracudas k ore ay é a hi GR U F CES cane nd South Korean houle | man eported that mediturr
admission to the U.N.O. or that | "Wes trade, authoritative gov-| the West Indies had not got far this season, Bonitas and sours. He began a brilliantly con 4h © expected before the bombers attacked in support of the
Russia has initiated the bargain- | ©™Ment circles predicted to-day home. emptyhanded, though Sword Fish have scored outright trolled assault from the start, and Salat tte ice te each ais * ; = United st as bi - i me ee
ing movement either in Moscow |. 4 reliable source said the Brit- they had not got everything they first Gxtare with Snappers ‘ard pf OY. bis splendid timing® staked a ‘VER ¥y HELPFUL .-retires; Sete | ing WareR@lnee eaberiinn yard"
is! rer a Fas : . st fixts ith ere and® - e lei ‘ ys . t return are arshe yy
or at Lake Success appears to ish Gover nment has undertaken asked for Bartacudas™ Were beaten by powerful cleim to'test honours, His ” r , | jand rolling stock Targets wer:
observers here to be reading too | t make additional dollars availa- “It is a pity,” Eden said, “that Sword Fish on the opening dat A boundaries were the product of ! — elie tiaan paptiicd' ie Hate hemese
much into what little information | ble to the West Indies from the! the impression in the West Indies|| °f,the Senson, vir [Poe vemeties of strokes the most Says U.S. Secretary To wy .
on the Kelly-Gromyko interviews | Sterling dollar pool for purposes| was that. the essions haa! pe mr. W. Gibbs, ee MY spectacular being the — straight U.s. Commander Fay ee re
has penetrated the cloak of official ted trade wom Canada.} been given grudgingly.” ORICKET ware ‘ae i ‘ WASHINGTON, July 12 i h ° 7 U N.
secrecy, e@ amount involved in the} It would have been better, he Past Present Combermertan e anc orrell punished the | Ss 3 State Dean Ach« "lL , | 7" > Sa ly
agreement was not revealed in| told the Coloni Secretar ET the | ieket 1 teh takes place at t bowling for 247 in a second wick« t | , . . ae Se 5 M4 ran on thel I akes l ip Post | racine . Lys of Ve
. YY he ilitary | advance he London- aw 4 mas nant ve made ae PES TOs¢ nee Stand lasting 126 minutes. Four 5 sis | se ’
sie pga evidente that eotemuniue os ae ; vated | its ‘tae d al ear a a | | flowe d ee onatoned l that the | ee a & t : a an - ae a rOKY ful } tolated C harter
. & dre s id r i nat *s for a re oO again t >
Moscow’s influence is being exer-| It was intimated, however that it Mr. Griffiths ranged widely in| | rowd did not bother to applaud ithe use 7 { the ete ae wey ot utenant General Walto: LARE BUCCRE ict
cised in any way to curb the] would be substantial his opening sp He discussed | ¥ any but the real gen In the | the ‘ Walker, ¢ nal 1 G 4 ‘ wo, Jilly I
L 3 ) his o g i h juestion of weapon I fhe 3 encashaitce
hitherto victorious advance of the ome len f n n Vi . i: | a t 1 course of his century made in 10( idental” the . Bighth Arn i ASSUIVIC ' plas cee SeeOwreaEea re
c ) probler OL. te nunism | de al to the crime of a eipt ) the curit " |
North Korea army Trade Has Dropped ‘in Colonial territori: In pare |.* Or ek ec e¢ minutes (eleven fours) Worre!] ae ion itself. Acheson said off nand grou er) I |‘ . { the Security Council
Observers are inclined to stick The latest figures show that |ticular the Pre tion it | completed his one thousand runs | ef round twoops from othe: Unit Ith eect tr Pole a 5 ions on Kore Rene
to their original idea that Moscow | Canadian-West Indies trade—fre-; West Africa calicd for criticisn | Viembers In of the tour. Weekes, showing ne IN: tions to assist United State Weht and has establish i! Id nited Nati ns its ata i
will take no active move for inter-|quently called the life-blood of | | z @ on page 8 | forces in Korea would be “very|™and post South Kore t+ oy ther peagg a naa
ation: ‘ttleme y pacific|the Maritime Provinces s| On tl told the House | * e . United ions Charter
national settlement by pacifi vince has | ~ helpful I
means until Russ sees more|dropped from a 1947 export total} bitterly singly that some |} J a6 ( ° u { Cl Wall Z :
clearly whether the North Korean] of $81,000,000 to less than half} section Press in We ‘| ca Uouncl ‘ | He said the United States wa anded — th “ Fe sae te Mi wee Sie ee ina
offensive will carry the whole|that amount last year Africa when reportit var in P Workers taking up with the United Nati Corps which liberat t oreign nister in ib » the
6 . : > ‘ KINGSTON, Jca., July 11 } T Secretary General J ive Lie said
country or be checked by the The pending British concession] Korea “left the Daily Worker far|_, tet ; the answer to ms to countri ( 0 of M 1 kaa ' , ,
United Nations forces under ihe|is expected to res xe maritime! behind.” lhe House ot Representatives 7 which had offered aid ‘rance in November, 1944 hat the Council's resolutions eall
} : Started a Sitting Committee to- EK H ing for { to the Korean Republic
> é sneral Mac ur, vince sales fish fe This con ison was with the. >“ Sm : aid he could not s: vheth OF aid to the Mores
COMMAS 98 Meaperal Macar ting a ae eth mn bots BRS cond nants ae o ha day to decide changes in the new scape @ Ae could me ; He 1 cinted to succes u appointment by the United
>, s e Sé Ss ) 1 St new pa Di 4 , 1 , r .
This they argue would in no flour, and central province sales| which alleges South Kor in-| Constitution eres me Britiss e r there had yet been any offers|1 Ce Robe Kichelberger as|States of a United Nations Ce
rau We t TOT: ce \y » a, reas 2 ae etry ty ' » ? ae At i je D f > as a t ak } + { » J . , ( rie o th r f bre ne
way prevent Russia keepir g the of motor cars and Gthats raninfan. vaded North Korea. Anthony Eden Shan ee _ eee Step reli Explosion | ry othe r United Nations me mt ers} Comm er f ( ; } i ( in-Chief ere ie AC
on oem biter ety *Situred goods. It was understood| suggested the Colonial Se. retary | i tocal das: |b hat j to i wlude ground fore es in their} Army ia Japan in Augu : HM of the charter and without legal
or rough continued diplomatic to have stemmed from » rt ) hould take teps to deal 7 ot ea J ontributions in uppor o the Reuter foree Reuter
exchange in Moscow for thelp Seas “ee of} rt re ; he , i ing a majority of electesi IN ANTIGUA | United Nations resolution urgi '
> Rt Hon C D. Howe Trade | tt rresponsible pre in ini the Executive Coun- | . 0 said sean 4 oe a a a
eventual attempt to ruin the . : oe Ath minis' ie Executive 1 j} members to aid Scuth Korea EL LLANE CL EL ELE SOO ODE SOPHO OC OP AAP OES ION,
and Commerce Minister, to Eng-| Africa ki bod shicl | 1% ‘
method of international settle- |“ er 4 ae _ cil, Yemaking body which (From Our Own Correspondent) | Reuter | »
then? land last winter He said that the Colonial Sees consists of five electeu, = ; | | % %s
e : 4 With the British Treasury's retary might get help from the c “ smheora with AN'TIGUA, J 12 | ys .
For observers in London the . ; 7 : 4 ive Nominated members wit: : . ; dba 1X ~
tae Hnk which Med ete 4 ,_|@ollar position showing steady| Empire Press Union——whix h has ernor having the casting Vhe Antigua C.D is} 1% %
uate nabcs wee ipl 1 ee sit improvement ince devaluation,| just concluded Conference in] vote engaged in solving an attempt to, W est Allies W ill 1%
ae en n : oo eran 3 {Mr. Howe was understood to have | Ottawa, Canada fynamite a truck-load of Mil : 5 , * *
e fat at ae ae hey sug it rite that son He added the Colonial Secre-} Manley, Leader of the Soci Reef workers ho narrow! . x
‘i . . : ant . ug 1 to Britain that some; i 1 nial Secre 1 ! Ww ' > Wn . i
Ne ag eee an oe Sa I} of restrictions imposed|tary might fortify himself withfist Party wants . fullest local) escaped being killed on their wa. | I rotest J oO R ussia | ss *
been linked at Ki oth y in thd on between the sterling] a responsible commission to in-| self-government with the ending|t,) work last Monday x *
Gromyko-Kelly talks ? . area and Canada should be pos-| vestigate the Pre in the Terri-fof the Governor's over-riding A hole three feet wide wi BERLIN, July 12 s *
: re sible. An agreement in principle| toric s: power in the Executive Council .| blown in Montpelier Road y Three Western Allies in Berlir | x ‘
External evidence both from|to make a start in the West Indic E.P.U Secretary, H, E. Turn- Bustamante promised th Hou €lfeet behind the truck, obvious! re considering protesting joint i ®
London and Moscow suggests this! was reached at that time } er told our corresponde nt he had} to-day to make an earl me on mistimed due to inaccurate esti to the Russians at continued in s c
is not so. But if Russia raises the| ,. ' : ir not heard of Eden westionfof his stand respec ting fu sf (mation of the truck’s spec: | terference a, ith mail waggon % x,
issue of Chinese represe tion at The West Indies tra question | but recalled the Imperial Press] government.—(Can ress.) The workers are seared owing| between West Berlin and th % ’ r ¥s
the UNO as a condition of explor- | Ws ona, of the prosunent issues) Conference’s recent resolution on to repeated ining Gy ‘atl iees British Zone, it was learned her. | % %
: 1 c . ' before irhament | autumn the responsibilit ? th ( - oe . to-day x ‘
ing peaceful solutions in Korea, aj)" neg de ‘. : k HO 4 ¢ 010 This is the second attempt a : 7 s ~
possibility w aS cannot be suid asi ‘i cp reas ee ae nial Press R I 0 ° od dynamite in recent weeks, The ' oat er oe yee " aR is { % x
out—this would automatically | #'4n e ‘ aes ¥e wt D age ? l(first oceasion was when ; time} ®pecia n me f 1% :
raise the whole issue of the Ameri- | Britis! Sovernment on. the: scor eas ve upre bomb a tiled te ' reg i Ww iid ie agen Eger ee ae ee | ion yop ’ ) 1v mp :
can declaration on Formosa and} that it was “throttling” Can ? esl 1} 93 ra | Police Statior WREGON carrying | mail : 1% ASSUR \N( | ( () Vik \\) | MUI EI) »
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PAGE TWO



C
,
ZÂ¥IS EXCELLENCY t

na M <
ci ti Sé

a by Capt. W

he Gov-



compan I
attended the Annual Spe Day
of the St fichael’s Gir School

yesterday. Mrs, Say

ed the prizes

Cuke Expected To-day

qze present

ON. H. A. CUKE, O.B.E.,
M.L.C., one of the Barbados
delegates at the recent London
Sugar Taiks, is expected to arrive

from Trinidad this morning in-
transit from the United Kingdom
It is not yet known if Dr. H. G
Cummins, the other Barbados
delegate, will also be arriving
Double Coincidence!
A® AND MRS GEORGE
NM SHEEN Montreal de-
c'ded to go somewhere to cele-
brate their Silver Wedding An-
niversary and chose Barbados, By
strange coincidence Mr. and Mrs
Malcolm Laing fyom British Gui-
ena had the same idea, for they
too have been married for twenty
fiye years By another strange
coincidence they both booked at
the same Hotel 4
So the other afternoon there
were simultaneous celebrations
at Cacrabank where both couples
are staying, and the two happy
couples were toasted by the other
guests and each other—the toast
being, another twenty-five years
of health and happiness!

To Lecture in St. Lucia
R. AUBREY DOUGLAS-
SMITH, Resident Tutor, in

Barbados of the University Col-
lege of the West Indies left yes-
terday afternoon by B.W.1.A
for St. Lucia on a lecture tour for
the Extra Mural Department of
the University. He will be
for one week.

He will lecture on the
Shakespeare, Germany
and on. the Stars.

On a Week's Visit
R. DAVID EVANS Snr., left
yesterday afternoon by

B.W.I1.A. for St. Kitts on a short

visit. He will be away for one

week.





from

away

Life of
To-day

Returning This Afternoon
RS. ELSE THAYSEN, wife of

Dr. Thaysen, Head of the
Colonial Micro-Biological Re-
search Institute in Trinidad, ar-

rived here yesterday by B.W.LA.,,
accompanied by her two American
friends, Miss Susan Coultas and
Miss Emma Coultas, sisters. who
are from St. Louis. They have been
Mrs. Thaysen’s guests in Trinidad

They will shortly be returning
to the U.S,, but before they left
the W.I. they could not return
home without visiting Barbados,
even if it was only for a day.
They expect to return to Trinidad
this afternoon

Cricket Commons
HE Prime Minister, several
Cabinet Ministers and Denis
Compton were among those pre-
sent at a dinner given in the
House of Commons last week by
Sir Stanley Holmes, M.P., in hon-
our of Sir Pelham Warner, Presi-
dent of the M.C.C. The Prime
Minister proposed the toast to the
guest of honour, and “Plum” re-
plied. I expect the gathering
found difficulty in talking their
way round the defeat by the West

Indies at Lord's by 326 runs

Royal College

Gur CISLYN LAMBERT,

from Jamaica, was one of 500
nurses at a reception given by the
Royal College of Nurses at the
Guildhall last week. Chief guest
was Lady Mountbatten, who has
had a lifelong interest in nursing.
Sister Lambert is in London to
study at the Royal College for a

year.
Library Talk

R. ALBERT GOMES, chair-

man of the Trinidad Public
Library, Mr. Carlton Comma,
Librarian, and Mr, Quintin O’Con-
nor of the Management Committee
had an interview last week in
London with Sir Ronald Adam,
chairman of the British Council,
and discussed with him plans for
a series of lectures on adult edu-
cation in Trinjdad. They also had
lunch with Mr. Oxbury, British
Council Director for the Colonies

Calling





Intransit
I N@RANSI]1 om i a
t rda BW.I ”
t ul Vas
t fF i ne
toy refey Trinidad
| during the j few year
known ii rba ne told
that Football in Trinidad
had benefited great! from inc
coaching of Charl Bulger the
English professional. Bob has been
in Trinidad since 1946, and he
hopes to continue refereeing on
his return.to England

Another intransit passenger

irom Trinidad yesterday was Mr
Cuthbert ;Marshalk, Max Facto:
representative in the W.I
Left Yesterday
M‘ and. Mr Tony’ Lewis
und their two children left
tor Trinidad yesterday afternoon
by B.W.LA. Mr. Lewis will be
away for about ten days in con-
nection with the new Catholic

Church in Port-of-Spain, the pro-

posed site being opposite the
Co wry Club
Mrs. Lewis and the two chil-

dren will be remaining in Trinidad
for about three weeks on holiday,

staying with Mr. Lewis’ parents.
Landy’s Brother
R. and Mrs. Jose de Mont-
brun arrived from Trinidad
on Tuesday by B.W.I.A. They
were accompanied by two chil-

dren and are staying at the Hast-
ings Hotel: Mr, de Montbrun, who
is a Director of Grell and Co., in
Trinidad is a brother of Mr. Landy
Montbrun, now well known in
3arbados ‘since his recent visit
with the Jeffrey’s Beer Show

Mr. de Montbrun expects to
be here for four or five days, and
Mrs. de Montbrun and the chil-
dren may stay on for a longer
holiday.

Malvern’s President
R. and Mrs James E
Grosvenor returned to Trini-

dad yesterday afternoon by
B.W.1,A. Mr. Crosvenor is the
President of the Malvern Foot-
ball Club, and he and his wife
arrived here with the team
which recently toured Barbados

Here For Two Weeks
ISS BERNICE and _ Sheila
Etienne arrived from Dom-

inica on Tuesday by B.G. Airways,
to spend two weeks’ holiday in
Barbados, staying at the Hotel
Windsor.



CROSSWORD



23. The solver of this, (3)

24. Bovine colour. (3) ;
Solution of yesterday's pueshe.—— Across:

1, Milky Way 9, Noise; 11, Foe; 12, Star-

hight; 3, Tanker; 14, Gayer; 16, Ace;

17, } 20, Algrettes; 2: reams ;

Down: 1 and 20, Muster

uit; 2 Entaglio; i, 4 ard ;

1 bowh:

Across

1. Onavatiable to all. (3, 8, 3)

8. Sure prate for a change, about
bpenings. (9)

11. Two of @ Kind, (4)

12. Thus, (2)

12a. Reply paid. (2)

13. Indicates help wanted. (3)

14, rae blow. (3)

15, In Bally weekly intelligence re-
bort. (3)

16. Coastal problem, (7)

17, Per. (2) 18. Short street. (2)

9. Men not admitted here. (7)

1. Duet say once weekly. (7

24. Us in short. (2)

25. Tried to attempt to have « gol

(9)
a6. aye to cost the Gzes part.
i Down

1. An action to avoid, (5, @
2. 1 Down 1s never this. (9)
3. If we this we'd never meke a 1

Down | (8)
4. Stumble snort journeys. (5)
5. Where you may catch a 9 Down.
1. Welrd—sounds iiks © ake (5)
. —s0' ‘s ea
18 See 5 Down. pat i mines
. ardeners use em,
20 Employ. (3) -

22. German tag, (8)



Korea’s
Joan Of Are

slcW YORK





Tac i une Ycs of Louise
Yim-——Kici ea’ Are”
hi flashed with more horror,
but never with mor orrow nh
they do t8-day

That's because Miss Yim, for
32 years a spark in hex countrys
flaming fight for independence, i
Stranded in New York.

“We expected she said,
“but never this soon. I came ,
America for a rest before 1!
attack, which we in South Kore
expected would come in August
or September

“And one day after I arrive

it happened!”
Miss Yim says she

rill no

cut the war. She will return to
Tokyo as soon as she can book
passage, and from there she j
sure she can be transported to

Korea, where she is President of
Chuntant University on the Han
River.

“On Han River,” she says,
shaking her head from side to side
almost mechanically, “where no
one knows what frightful things
are happening.”

The little woman, garbed in a
flowing organdie skirt and the silk
brocade jacket typical of Orientai
fashion, spoke her fears in the
offices of the Korean Consulate in
New York, where her name is as
familiar as that of President
Syngman Rhee

She was first rucognized by
Koreans as a_ saviour in 1918,
when at the age of 18 she formed
the country’s first “Suicide Squad”

their aim, to sabotage Japanese
rule of Korea. (Japan overlorded
Korea from 1905 till 1945.)

She had been born to a well-

to-do Christian family and her
schooling had been largely con-
cerned with faith in God and
humanity

“But I couldn't,” she recalls,
“tolerate this rule longer. We In
Korea wanted more than any-
thing else to be free and inde-
pendent, and they robbed us of

our name, our flag, our culture!”

The Korean leaders of 1918
feared bloodshed in their uprising,
so 33 of their leaders met and
rew up a “Korean Dec'!aratic
of Independence” and then gave
themselves up to the Japanese for
execution Risking her I'fe,
Louise Yim carried many copies
of the declaration on her person,
travelled throughout the country
distributing them.

“I was caught,
seys blandly “They beat me
with clubs and tortured me. 1
decided if I lived to be free I must
come to America and learn whet
to do—more—for my people.”

Louise was freed six months
later but her parents, peaceful
again because she was home,
refused to give their consent te
her leaving. “So,” she says, “I
went on a hunger strike. For a
week I ate nothing. They said
‘all right—go, go.’

Back in Korea in 1933, she be-
came General Secretary of the
Y.W.C.A. for a short time, but
she “wanted to help people so
much more widely” that she wis
dissatisfied. Several months later,
she discovered a, girls’ school se
heavily in debt that she could
buy it on $30,000 in savings from
her American fruit and vegetable ,
dealings. |

During the last war, she be-
came one of the trio of leaders
in the underground movement.
She ran her school by day and
distributed leaflets at night.

Immediately after the war, she
organ‘sed the “Women's Nation-
alist Party” to give the women
of Korea a place in the political
life of the nation. More than |
100,000 women joined up, and}
their work came to a head when |
the Americans and Russians met
at Seoul after the war to solve
the differences between them and
open the border at the 30th
Parallel.

It was a night in January, 24
degrees below zero, and she
brought five thousand women to
the building where the meeting
took place—to protest division of
the country.

of course,” she

“Much has happened since
then,” she sighs. “We lost that
fight and so now we are

fighting.”"—ILN.S.



BY THE WA

N the publicity for the 1951
Fegtival something has been
missing. We all knew what it was.
Nothing is any good today without
beautiful “hostesses” in uniform

So there's to be a “nation-wide
campaign,” which will also be
called a crusade, to find the right
women to “Dispel irritation and
weariness.” And who is better
fitted to be the Queen of these
Aceglamorettes than Mimsie Slop-
corner? She is not startlingly
beautiful, but she is the perfect
type of this modern nonsense, and
knows exactly the sort of drivel
she is exy ed to talk. In fact, I
think the Festival Hostesses should
be called “The Slopeorner Girls”



or “The Mimsicles.” Given nylon
stockings and the hostess smile,
they should be able to lure any

amount of foreign visitors to the
top of the Shot Tower for a view
of the new Government building
on the opposite bank, or into the
cafeteria (milk cocktails at all
hours), or to the stalls where Brit-





| ENJOY THE FINEST!



By

ish honey is displayed in little tins

for export.

Suet’s New Filing System
HE most frequent question
asked is this: If there’s an

overflow of categories from one
sub-division into another before
the average has been struck, which
letter does the overflow come un-
der? Suet replies that this is im-
possible. If the average has not
been struck, the categories re-
main as they were, and the differ-
entiation is by letters, not by sub-
jects, each sub-division being ac-
counted for as it is dealt with.
This does not mean, in all cases,
that the entire correspondence un-
der one letter must necessarily be
in the same sub-division, but it
does mean that every category ac-
counted for has to be dealt with
before the average is struck. It is
from the average itself that the
component parts fall into their
places, so that all doubtful ques-
tions are solved by reference to
the letters and subjects to which



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the figures refer. This can be veri- |
fied by ing any practical ex
ample. A series of letters on, s
allocations of bitumen from a Mrs
Dubbold will come either under B
or D before the average is struck.
All that the average does to affect
such a case is to put D or B for B
or D. Therefore there is no
change, except in the order of the
letters For filing purposes this
makes no difference, whatever the
reference figure, unless it is speci-
fically stated that the figure is im-
material to a single case of this
sort,

Mrs. Moffleton’s Grievance

DpDr& Sir,
Is ‘it not disgraceful to see

strong, able-bodied young
sitting in buses while dogs have
to stand? I think conductors
should be empowered to request
passengers to offer their seats to
elderly dogs.







men

Yrs. faithfully,
(Mrs.) H. Moffleton.




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ADVOCATE



BARBADOS
wiih cea





THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1950



~~ An HOW) Sri “Une Wtcaye ver ~~



You save heard of the bee-

in fine green silk cord, the veil
tatcher veil: here is its st e

is worn with a shallow, oval









rersion, the birdcage veil. Mad | bonnet of moss green milan
®
wuestion Wee
O B d Housewives
eas ;
Guide
Has that disquieting problem
come up in YOUR happy home PRICES for Pines and
yet a oe Cucumbers in the local mar-
Twin beds or a double bed? ket when the “Advocate
Viennese couples, it appeared checked yesterday were :

Pines: 24 cents, 36 cents
and 48 cents.

Cucumbers: 6 cents per
Ib.

to-day, have it down pat.

An extensive newspaper poll of
several hundred married persons
came up with this conclusion:

Where you sleep depends on
how long you’ve been married.

According to the findings of the
newspaper “Weltam Montag,”
there are three “phases of devel
opment.”

1.—Immediately after the hon
eymoon, young couples prefer twin



B.B.C. Radio
Programme



beds because — according to the THURSDAY. JULY i% 1950
poll—of “aesthetic reason.” It new
i “ q » New 7,10 a.m ew
found newlyweds still are ‘“em- 7 a.m The News; A ae Nee
; a j e # alysis; a , i
barrassed” by the “many things ae The Piano for Pleasure; 7.45 a.m
they have to hide from each Generally Speaking; 8 a.m. From the
y Gene i
other.” Editorials; 8.10 a.m. Programme Parade
4 " i ri “bet 15 a.m. Pavilion Players; 8.30 a.m
2.—The middle group, the “bet+ :. en Md OS a.m, British
ter trained couples,” eventual} jristerpieces; 9 a.m. Close Down; 1:
get around to the double bed polig: noon The News; 12.10 p.m ew
of view because “inhibitions” haVe Analysis; 12.15 p.m, Programme Parac
is re i ‘tant, the 12.18 p.m, Jerseu International Roac
vanished, More important, feae. sada. cit AR Da
double bed “becomes a conversa~ j'ir. in Britain; 1.15 p.m, Radio News-
tion room” where they talk things ;eel, 1.30 p.m Much Binding in th
ar be » retiring. Marsh; 2 p.m. The News; 0 p.m
“ pesare: Teeine ri”? th }] Home News from Britain; 2.15 p.m
‘Beyond good or evil,’ the po rts Review; 2.30 p.m, Ring up the
discovered, “they stick together, Cry. 330 pm Twenty Question
putting up with everything — 4 p.m. The News, 4.10 pm alga
re -eth— ashing ¢ a . Service; 4.15 p.m wove .from ve ’
snores, teeth- gnas 1ing and 3 a.m Servier 4.45 p.m. Rendezvous Players
smoking periods. * 5 p.m 3 Listeners’ Choice; 5.15 p.m
3.—Old married couples, it W@S programme Parade; 5.30 p.m. Listeners
reported, want their separate beds Choice; 6 p.m June Byre; 6.15 2 m
i They want, above all, Pride and Prejudice; 6.45 p.m. Merchan
Senin . 3 af ‘ is. Navy Newsletter; 7 p.m The News
solitude that comes with “undis— 7.10 pin. News Analysis; 7.18—7.%
turbed slumber.” p.m. Cricket Report on WI. vs.
The pollsters found one couple [eicestershire; 7.30 AB p m. Wes
who have licked all obstacles by Indian Rendezvous with Errol \

Ceribbear Trio; 8 p.m. Radio Newsree







maintaining two bedrooms, One€ 45°, im. Life in Britain; 8.30 p.m
with a double bed, one with twin x; Gardener; 8.55 p.m. From the
beds Editorials; ai Bor “ Village, “Wooing
ai i 5 erlude ; par » News
Said the couple: “Which bed- ate rig ninterluae: 10.15 p.m. The
room we choose depends on our Perro? Mitchell Gloe Club; 10.45. pn
moods No one ever tak@S Special Dispatch; 11 p.m, The Piano
offenc —I.N.S. @ for Pleasure



GLOBE THEATRE

LAST SHOWING TO-DAY
5 & 8.30 p.m.
Bub ABBOTT and Lou COSTELLO in

WHO DONE IT



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St-aw decorated on the orawn
with green velvet cords.





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year’s tests by Dr. R. E. T
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Council





giene
beyond that
than good.—(C.P.)

Miranda—40

i \ fl

Rupert and

e







Rupert lifts Miranda down and
shuts the cupboard door. “ My



nothing to her and | wish I'd never

come!"’ Rupert looks thoughtful.

lans have gone wrong.” says ‘* You'd have been better off with
Miranda, st ing her foot angrily. jJennifer,"" he murmurs. She
“I wanted > bene to a princess, would have though: the world of

you. But how can | get you away
to the rower ? I've lost my way in
rhat secret passage.”

but I wanted her to love me, and |
wanted to be her favourite. This,
princess has too many dolls.

I mean



TO-NIGHT at 8.30

a The Clown Princess of Screen and hadio
JOAN DAVIS is

: ’ ‘

in “HE'S MY GUY
with DICK FORAN, IRENE HERVEY, FUZZY KNIGHT

A Universal Picture

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° Commenc ing Friday 14t
sol Errol FLYNN—Olivia De : ce
“THE CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE

BRUSHING TEET H A Warner Bros. Picture

WELLINGTON, N.Z eS

London Express Serviem HAVILLAND







Brushing teeth after every meal],
drink makes them more sus-f}
ptible to dental decay. This is
e conclusion reached after a
Hewat
committee of the
Medical Research
Hewat says there is
level of dental hy-
excessive brushing
do more harm

POP APPS

SPOCOCDVODODPOODO GVO ODDDOP 9 POPPOPDPP PPP OO

PLAZA Wed. & Thurs.—5 & 8.30 p.m

WARNER'S THRILL DOUBLE !
Ronald REAGAN-—Shirley TEMPLE in

“THAT HAGEN GIRL”

also John WAYNE and “DUKE” the Miracle Horse in
ad
“HAUNTED GOLD’

the dental
Zealand
Dr
maximum
and

may

SQUADRON" (Technicolor) Exciting
Ls SS CSSVOS SOS IBS S 9S 9S POSSE G POS GOES OOS

Friday 14th



SSOSSSSOS SOS OOS



GANETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES

WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY 8.30 p.m
WARNER'S EXCITING DOUBLE BILL!

“I BECAME A CRIMINAL”

with Trevor HOWARD—Sally GRAY and

“VALLEY of the GIANTS

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THURSDAY, JULY 13, 195



Pilgrim Statue
Leaves To-day







THE Statue of Our Lady ; oes Dae missing for the past 10
tima, hich arrived in ar or >
t The Sloop is reported to have
s oO indé leave awelt F
oes Se ae ae t ‘ Mn left Tobago on Monday, July 3, > ry.
a a A Se Gee a cs — for the fishing banks off the East e S i eq Ss
before it arrives in British Gt Coast of Trinidad
Oh approximately August 22:
. oa " ‘ keep a sharp lool nut ff t , 3

The statue was broughi here an ee h o r . e Ber TWO sentences, a three-year and a five-year, to run con-

by Rev. Fr. Patrick Moore, of the . P, x , : ven

Scarboro Foreign Mission Society
in Canada. Although he has ynly

been here four days, in that tiny the local shipping authorities by Acting Chief Justice. Batson pleaded guilty of having re-
many Barbadians have seen and nl aaa Harbour Master of — ogivail a Raleigh bicycle on March 10 although he knew it
hea t r \ “esse. bag ; ‘ ’ :
heard this man, who dressed in had been stolen. He also pleaded guilty of being a habitua:
a white robe and speaking in a criminal :
soft Canadian accent has been . =
telling the story of Fatima since Embezzlement ti. The three-year eg pon ah
he joined the Second Pilgrimage OFFI WAL servitude, | v for the Ia y
Cc

in December 1947

Fr. Moore is
thirty-nine years
Ordained in 1s

a Canadian, born
in Ontario
has been in

ago

4, he



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Sloop Mi issing Court Of Grand Sessions:

THE

“Josephine

10-ton
A

Canadian Sloop
with its crew of 8



All ships have been asked t

black and white
This information was cabled to



ALONZA GASKIN a caretaker,
of Club Willow, and a servant of
A. G. Pile was, yesterday sen-
tenced to two months’ hard labour,
and another month's hard labour

Habitual Criminal

seutively were yesterday imposed on Darwin Batson at the
Ceurt of Grand Session, by His Honour Mr. G. L. Taylor,

while the five-year,



preventive de-



tention, was for being a habitual

DENIES

criminal

The bicycle which was the prop-



HUBBUCK’S

PAGE THREE







Cant Japan, Sante Domingo and when he was found guilty by REI AXA TION erty of Charles Farley was valued
see with the Foreign Mission Magistrate C. L. Walwyn for the $68. Batson had four previous
ciety . - % , 5 3
y: e ame 2 . 2a’ Fr ’ 1 convictions for larceny and besides

He was in China for a year in ormeroment (of A8s. ita, 2, © oe ae

1936, and then went to Van-
couver and other parts of British
Colombia. In 1944 he was sent to
Santo Domingo returning to Can-






from A. G. Pile on June 19. The
sentences are to run concurrently.



Reckless Dri ving

these instructions trade has
steedily been diverted away from
Canada to other countries,
whether they belong to the Com-

others,
feit coins.

one for

uttering counter-
One of the previous
convictions was for the larceny of
a bicycle in 1948 ana he was then

GREEN No. 112

Throughout the globe from the tropies to











; 7 monWealth or not. Even the dol- sentenced to 12 months’ imprison- A 7 : eee, t
ada in 1947 on leave ‘ lars we have spent for sugar and ment with hard labour } the frozen North, HUBBUC K's PERMA
th 2 i on May 13th of that year, FOR driving a motor car X933 bauxite ore from which alumin- H first. ct A; romekaaialie } NENT GREEN PAINT enjoys a hig!
é = m > £ agcac) . " > © > e > ‘Ss “nharger ‘ naay s ‘ . .
ee Fatima. ners ee a Bocktoy eckless manner along jum is made have been diverted valttc the este ae ae Sept reputation for its weather-resisting quali-
tte a goo eer Os Far ap Rockley Road, which is a public from Canada. y woe possible all through Europe to the highway, on May 30, Clifford it saeane + te Aid but he pleaded “not guilty”. M lies and relia ity under the t &
borders of Russia, to bring people Gooding f Chancery Lane, yp witations shovid hem ene Reece K.C., Solicitor General, who climatic conditions.
back to prayer: to pray for peace sGoding nancery Lane, representations should be made to prosecuted on behalf of the
ant thi annvess a ee Christ Chureh, was fined £3 to be the Government in England that «. ‘accepted his plea on the F 4 al 1 it is daily ving
and the conversion of Russia. The paid in 14 days or in default the West melds teens eh. Crown, accepted his plea on the At heme and abroad it is daily proving
Goehand for the statue from the undergo 2 months’ imprisonment, jarge extent, the bread and butter ne count, receiving stolen itself, in a thousand different ways, the
Bishops ir ope was res : 4 , ad a 5
ther its y “teak Bhat log vais when he appeared before Magis- of the maritime provinces, anc is Minh told. Batsen that he most durable of all
there to be a second Pilgrimage trate C. L. Walwyn. Before that we in this country should be used to associate himself with PERMANENT GREENS
to travel through the U.S.A.. sak doethian a _ oe consulted and given some con- ¢rjminals and he was claimed to
On December 8ti 947 . oo nooding that the offence was sideration before seemingly dic- je ¢ bad character -
Moore ‘etunn tae ec Dilgrins. of a serious nature and warned tatorial demands are made on the ree : Agents—FRANK 8B ARMSTRONG LTD
age in Buffalo and worked with it him to be very careful in the West Indies to divert their trade ALFRED LEWIS was sentenced
right down the U.S., until it future. from Canada.’ to two years’ imprisonment with
— Lafayette in Louisiana eee cae = fan 6 6
in March 1948. He ‘as 3 re. e y J f
called to take heads oe ‘ann a ; Pl 2 d O B d In Touch With Barbados Raleigh bicycle. The bicycle was DOCTORS SAY:
Pilgrimage For, as in sah elie ae ace n on the property of Albert Baker,

was valued $81.60 and was stolen
on June 6

Coastal Station

the first pilgrimage the demand

; MAGISTRATE G. B.
for the story of Fatima was just

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SuERO: i ie af 7 12 months in the sum of £5 for with the following ships through. their ae Honour said a ; ‘ty tee

so, on May 13, 1948 the statue The Statue of Our Lady of Fa “hic . =< : assaultin and beating Mirriam Barbados Coast Station stealing was prevalent and tha
that leaves Barbados to-day was t ae “whyiag 1 tima. This picture was taken in the Skinner * the offence com- hike Glover 8. Vereee a eo pes: particular case was a bad one as i i i
blessed at ¥e pu Ga) Ursuline Convent Chapel. The statue is in a specially construct- ; ; 7” White Clover, 5.S, Varand, 8.8. Prewi- it had e vidently been properly is $0 ouris in
blessed at Fatima, and incident- ed shrine and is garlanded with flowers ss thee s in mitted on June 23. dent Brand, M.S. Putuca, SS. Aleoo /% had evi ee “ESOy
ally was the only one of the three e's garianded wi owers, put there by the Convent Clipper, §.S. Franca Fassio, § S. Mor- Planned out. Lewis, he said, was
Statues which was also blessed by girls. mactern, S.S. Aruba, 8.8. Lord Glad- armed with a receipt in case of
the Pope ; > Vatican ' e stone, S.S Gascogne, SS Regent a, a yo?

This pilgrimage bexan at Santo WORKERS BUSY Did Not Close Shop 30% \./8's, ‘ieicon® 5.5" vaiogies "OUP (BA an

Se age began at Sant¢ S. Alcoa Pilgrim, S.S setta, SS ' } ‘ F f ee
Domingo and it arrived there on THE FRUIT A FINE of 20/- to be paid in 7 Pod tonnent S's Sivas: SS MIS HONOUR postponed se €E
June 6th, 1948. The Governcr ON CABLES of 20/- to be paid in 7 Bragi, §.8. San Piula, 88. San’ Sons, tence on Reginald Brathw aite af-
ordered a Civic reception, and it TELEPHONE workers were days was yesterday imposed on §.S. ‘Alcoa Corsair, $.§. Ponce, $.8 ter he had pleaded guilty of hev- \
was estimated that 20,000 people busy all yesterday on overhead SITUA TION Livingstone Babb, a shopkeeper uereeth 8.s ake. 368. Mvel- ing stolen a cow valued $120 on ‘ w
attended the service in the oldest Cable work on River Road. The of Nelson Street for breaking the po. Michipicot, S.S. Agios Nicolaos, APril 24, The cow belonged to
cathedral in the new world Advocate was told that this is part Shop Closing Act on June 2. Mag- s.s. Ringvilde, $5 Nordfarer, 8.8. Eric Moseley gj e

Fr. Moore was in Santo Dom- ©f the present cable extension HOUSEWIVES are still finding istrate C. .L. Walwyn judged Se 28 Stugard 35 Lissita Asked whether he had ever —

s é i- ; er 3 : ; > aaa te eo ofa , 19-8 ec anyor 3.§ Sussex rader ad ¢g , - z » - a a.

ingo for four months before he Programme ; it dificult to get oranges as this the case; which was brought by |§'s° [ody Reino as Elizabeth a, fad any trouble in the court be —.
was sent back to America, and While workmen perspired in the fruit i ane a ly. On CP!. Rogers. Flingan, $.S. Atlantian, §.S. Silver fore, Brathwaite said that there i

all last vear ha ; Pe sun climbing 20-foot ladders, ‘4 !8 in very short supply. On Walnut, S.S. Rik Juamento, S.S. P and Was a slight matter of a turkey oa
all last year he was in the I Ss e os N ~s
on the second pilgrimage small boys, and men not so small, the other hand there are mangoes ‘Bi Boateres sometime gone.

drifted down-the river in canoes. in abundance and these fetch

In January, 1950, he rejoined @! ) ;
, The tide was high, and river mul- prices ranging from one penny to

third pilgrimage and

the was

The Weather

with it when it arrived in Trinj- l€ts were the attraction six cents each, Bananas which a Delicious Quaker Oats gives you
dad on February 26th, 1950, They “ATHEL RUBY” FOR few weeks ago were somewhat TO-DAY a generous supply of important
tcured every parish in Trinidad scarce are now in plentiful supply >

; Sun Rises: 5.44 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.24 p.m.

TRINIDAD
AT HIGH TIDE yesterday after-
vessel Athel

but vendors still ask a cent each food elements in a healthful,

for those scheduled to be sold at

and had their final demonstrationg
in Port-o€-Spain on June 11th. He



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then visited Chacachacare, tha "00n the motor three for a penny Moon (New) July 15.
Lepey Colony of Trinidz ¢ Ruby left the Careenage laden Lighting 7,00 p.m. . ; , : a ; : -
rel aha aot Dintodes” 's with vacuum pan molasses for Grapefruit is also unobtainable YESTERDAY. Rich in Vitamin B, which turns food into body-
The Pilgrimage will probably Trinidad. k, the Athep but recently there have appeared Rainfall: Nil, fuek’, Quaker Oats aids in building resistance to
be completed by 1960, and he © pies Captain Rook, the, tae some pines on the market, a wel- Total for Month to fat! Bec; » it suppiie seded ishme
hopes to be with. it until then. ir tad, Yes omatbaal si oa come sight after an absence cf Yesterday: .84 ins, atigue. Because it supplies needed nourishment
—- fAnothtcall between SChAN and several weeks. They range from Temperature with so little tax on the digestive system, this
; vege fast another ca ' raed /-, 1/6 fs % 5° F. ‘ { 4 .
NO MORE “COOLIES Monday ah ates Sameer ‘natural” food is favored by elderly people as well
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Indian labourers, termed “‘cool- s t a ‘ . as growing youngsters and ac Bf S. ake
; erat eer! : j 3} ton ‘ :
jes" unde tie Bs itish regime XM i Menace To Naviga “ee ot 2" Oats is the perfect breakfast for a// the family!
n t > De calle “‘mazaoors 1 sdaw , Me \ °
n 4 hae ; ie ane si o Tr! A cylindrical shaped object, West on Tuesday, July 11. Wind Velocity: 15 mil
; ate t tp } rs ie ne bobbing a it 3 x above water, An intercept from the Govern- h . fh Pre
videdin ; atc ap iort. the was sighted drifting in latitude |ment Hydro has described the ob- ure MORE REASON THAN EVER TO BUY QUAKER OATS!
Ma CP) a ae : ie 20° North | ttude 64°42” |ject as a ‘Menace to Navigation. Barometer (9 am.) 30.020
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Thursday, July 13, 1950

EMIGRATION

PUBLIC attention in Great Britain
where emigration has been discussed for
many years has this week been reminded
of the population problem in the West
Indies and the need for planned emigra-
tion as a solution to that problem. That
service has been performed by a Barba-
dian, Mr: C. W. W. Gteenidge, who has
served in the West Indies, West Africa
and British Honduras and is now Secretary
of the Anti Slavery Society whose interest
in the West Indies is too obvious to require
any stress.

This newspaper has long been comment-
ing on the closing of doors against emi-
grants from the West Indies. The recent
hint by Mr. Kenneth Thompson that it was
likely that the doors of the United States
would be closed still further as a result of
investigation by a five man commission was
sufficiently serious to warrant an. appeal
to the Caribbean Commission to put the
case for the West Indies to the United States
Government.

Mr. Greenidge goes one step further. He
suggests in his letter to the Times that the
question of population problems in the
Colonial Empire should be the subject of
discussion’ by the forthcoming _ inter-
national conference which will study
methods of absorbing Western Europe in
other parts of the world. _He points out
that the United Kingdom and the United
States are responsible for the welfare of
large numbers of West Wndian people who
are also in great need of planned emigra-
tion.

It. should have been unnecesary for Mr.
Greenidge to have made this point; but it
does seem to need the strongest emphasis.
At the present moment Great Britain with
nearly 50 million people cramfgned on that
island, offers encouragement to many to
emigrate to certain Dominions and pro-
vides the necessary facilities. In the case
of the West Indies, however, in which a
Royal Commission has laid it down that
in any plan for emigration these colonies
should have priority, there is a continued
indifference to the fact that people are
being confined to the Caribbean. No effort
has even been made to plan emigration
within the Commonwealth with its vast
unoccupied areas.

A Socialist Government holding out to
its supporters the ideal of a planned econ-
omy might well recognise the benefits of
planned population movements which
would relieve the pressure on some areas
while it would increase the production of
others and improve the economy of the
whole.

Great Britain as a large colonising pow-
er cannot be concerned at an international
conference in discussing population prob-
lems unless the need for colonial peoples
to move freely within the Commonwealth
is first established.

Here in the West Indies the Evans
Report remains a dead letter while the
vast uncharted lands of British Guiana
and the uncultivated fields of British
Honduras await the advent of the agricul-
turist; while Barbados with her 1,100 to the
square mile, hope for a revived outlet in
the United States of America.

It is not only in the West Indies that
planned emigration can be put into effect.
There are areas in the Dominions and other
parts of the Empire where West Indians
could be of help to themselves and to the
Mother Country. The resources of these
seattered islands are not sufficient to sup-
port at any desirable standard, the three
million and a half people who now live
in them.

Planned emigration will go a long way
towards solving the problems which now
face the West Indies, but it must begin
within the Empire before any just claim
can be made for international consider-
ation and relief.





Tradesmen To Royalty

LONDON.
armed might is re-
expert observers to-

largely unknown
cuantity with some promise for
ine future but capable of only
very limited help for the present.

The defence picture in recent
months has been dominated by
reports of sensational new devel-
epments in aireratt and in anti-
submarine projects. But in most
cases, the development is only in
ihe experimental stage.

Britain's military, naval and air
forces are not large and they are
spread very thin’ because of com-
tmitments in Malaya, Hong Kong
end elsewhere in the Common-
wealth. Like the United States,
Britain demobilized to the bone
after World War il.

The latest figures made available
by the government showed a
total of 725,100 men and women
under arms 140,600 in the
navy, 381,800 in the army and
202,700 in the Royal Air Force.
Budget figures given to Parlia-
ment this year contemplated
slight personnel reductions,

The Royal Navy’s strength
shaped up this way:

Battleships — none on active
duty; five in reserve or being
used for training and experimen-
tal work. They include the
42,500-ton Vanguard and four
ships of the King George V class
displacing 35,000 tons, the King
George V, Duke of York, Anson
and Howe.

Fleet aircraft — one, the 23,000-
ton Implacable, on active duty:
Victorious and Illustrious in
training; Indefatigable, Indomita-
ble and Formidable, in reserve.
Fach of the ships is believed to
carry a normal complement of
more than 60 planes.

Light fleet aircraft carriers—
four on active duty — the Ven-
geance. Theseus, Glory and

Brijain’s
garded by
day as a

stevens enatitenceaabadln tastier tome Biting DN ieaiini



There are times when very
grave issues arise from the exam~
ination of comparatively small
incidents. This was the case with
the debate on education which
took place when the House of
Assembly last met on July 4. A
token resolution for one dollar
was sent down to the House in

order to ascertain whether the
Government should supply an-
other specialist teacher at the

Lodge School. And it was on the
discussion of this dollar that the
educational system, its adminis-
tration and its effect on the life
of the community came in for
minute and critical examination.
The trend of debate made it
plain, if nothing else, that there
is igeneral dissatisfaction over the
matter and it was left to the ex-
Attorney General, now _ senior
member for St. James to give ex-
pression to the views of the entire
House, There could be no greater
indication that something was
radically wrong than to find Mr.
Adams (Leader of the Govern-
ment and totally opposed politi-
cally to Mr, Walcott) not only
agreeing with his expression of
view but thanking him for his
speech. And this is the “sum
total” of what Mr. Walcott said:
“We are not getting adequate re-
turns for the money we now spend
on education and something must
be done about it. It is our duty
to do it.”

Mr. Walcott rekindled some of
that old refreshing fire of his
youthful days in the House.
“One could not however help
thinking that Mr. Adams had
j waited for someone else to ex-
press something which he had had
in mind for several weeks. He
promised some time ago to “take
more interest in education.” Now
Mr. Adams is himself a Barbados
Scholar of 1918, an Oxford Grad-
uate, Leader of the Government
land’ responsible for education,
and a Member of the Council of
the University College of the West
Indies. It is clear that he could

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Hope For Ke

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

ky Milton Kaplan

Triumph, each displccing me:
than 13,000 tons ana carrying 39
to 44 aircraft; the Ocean is being
usec in training, and the Warr orc
is in reserve i
Escort carriers — Britrjn has
one, in reserve, the Campania,
displacing 12,450 tons and carfy-
ing 20 planes. :
Cruisers -- there are 14 in ‘he
ective fleet; 12 more in reserve
und three more under construc-

tion,

Destroyers —- 34 on active duty,
79 in reserve, eight under con-
struction,

Frigates — 27 active; 128 in

reserve or training. .
Britain also has 32 submarines
on active duty and 34 in reserve,
and a total of 66 minesweepers.
The 1950-51 naval construction
programme is limited generally to
minor types of ships.

In naval aircraft, one of Brit-
ain’s big hopes now is_ the
“Supermarine Attacker,” which

can fly at around 600 miles per
hour and could carry two 1,000-
pound bombs or four 300-pound
rockets, The plane is in produc-
tion,

There have been no recent
figures on the numbers of RAF
planes in service, but this much
is known:

All day fighter and ground at-
tack squadrons outside the British
Isles are now equipped with jet
planes, except those in the Far
East. Orders have been placed
for a new jet fighter, the Venom,
capable of 600 miles an hour and
of operating at “extreme alti-
tudes.” But few of these are
expected before 1951.

Orders also have been placed for
a new jet night fighter, the D.H.
113, enough to equip al) existing
night fighter squadrons and ex-
pand the night fighter force,

Hy John Hull

not but be intensely interested in
education and _ his statement
promising to take more interest
was but another instance of habit-
val putting off, probably because
of having too much to do, How
he achieves anything without
secretarial help is beyond the
comprehension of many _ people.
But now that he has heard a little
more and realises that he has so
strong a following anything can
happen to help education in this
island.

Mr. Walcott registered a pro~
found condemnation of super-
annuation and made a_ point

which one of his opponents had
raised. He thought it the wrong
answer to the problem of over-
crowding in schools to say that
because some children developed
late they were to be put out of
school, He was querulous of the
abandonment of the agricultural
science course at Harrison Col-
lege. Here he found support by
Mr. Mapp who denounced the in-
troduction of what he called for-
eign methods in our , educational

system.
It was interesting to find that
the spirit of the House was

moulded, kept aflame and guided
by the sentiments of Mr. Walcott
in this fine speech. And it was
done without rancour or any
thrust at anyone. And here the
thought occurred to me again that
if at any time of their political
career Mr, Adams and Mr. Wal-
cott ever came together and
thought alike, they would carry
everything before them. It is a
combination which could benefit
this island immensely,

The debate was useful in many
ways. Besides diagnosing the ills
of the present it caused honour-
able members to reflect on past
mistakes and gave them an oppor-

tunity to guard against future
blunders, And here is one ine
stance which covers all three
points. It was mentioned that

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An Unknown Quantity

Last year, the government aa





roumed that Eri ain’s nghter
command stiensth wa peiug
coubled ard reports were that th<
pian “is proceeding.”

The Glost Aircraft Co., Lrd..
also claims that its twin-engined
eteor is the “most versa ile jet;
aireraft in the wor!d”, but most}

cetails are still secret and there |
has been no invlication the plene
is on order in any large numbers. |

One of Dritain’s most promising !
new planes, the twin-jet Canberra |
Lomber, has gone flying trials. But Canberra |
seuadrons will not be in service |
until 1951,

Meanwhile, Britain's main |
bomber reliance is on the B-29!
Superforts provided by the United
States, and on Wellington, Lan-
caster and Lincoln planes, all re-
garded as obsolete.

In land troops, Britain has
along with its regular forces.
$2,500 men in the ‘Territorial
Army, ‘Their main job in the
event of war would be to man
anti-aircraft and coastal defences
and support the civij defence @r-
ganization which now numbers
about 30,000 men and women,

Among the new developments

which Britain has been talking
about recently are:
A “homing torpedo”, which

secks out an enemy submarine, it
sets its own course and then heads
for a target, It is dropped from a
plane and travels in narrowing
circles until it finds its target.
The “submarine killer” plane
GR17, all that has been said about
it thus far is that it has secret
devices to detect and destroy
submarines. Considerable pro-
gress also is being made in the
development of the faster, wider-
vanged, and _ peroxide driven
submarines,
—LN.S

Codrington College had supplied
many of the teachers for the West
Indies during past years. That
ought to be sufficient to indicate
that the College should not be
allowed to become merely the
theological institute which is be-
ing aimed at. Somebody slipped
up when the Classical faculty of
the University College of the West
Indies was not put at Codrington.
It is less use to Barbados or the
West Indies to produce men who



sit a G.O.C. examination and
then become an L.Th. than to
produce others like H. A. M.

Beckles, O. E. Jones, Rawle Jor-
dan, the late P. W. A. Chenery,
G. A. Prescod and others now
eerving in various schools in the
West Indies. The classical faculty
at the College must not be allowed
to dwindle, We should have done
less than justice to our reputation
for educational progress and will
deny future generations an oppor-
tunity to make use of those facil-
ities which hitherto kept Barba-~
dos great among the other islands
of the West Indies.

Education in Barbados needs
not only careful study but a dras-
tic overhaul. It has missed the
strong hand of Howard Hayden.
The great mistake was to have
introduced super annuation with~
out having first made sure that
each child went to school at the
same age; which means compul-
sory education. Removal from
classical study should be alterna-
tive to study at technical or voca-
tional schools but to abandon a
child because he is thirteen or
fourteen is to pronounce a curse
upon him. As Mr. Walcott point-
ed out, if it is once known that ne
had to leave school super-annu-
ated then there is no job for him.
Again, we are venturing on an-
other piecemeal scheme by fixing
up Primary Schools without first
having Junior Schools or Kinder-
garten.

The debate was enlightening
and if Mr. Adams keeps his
promise, then there is still hope
for education in Barbados,



Britain’s Strike Fever Spreads

LONDON.

Strike fever is spreading among
Britain’s major industries fo)low-
ing the relaxation of the wage
freeze policy imposed by Chan-
cellor of the Exchequer Sir Staf-
ford Cripps.
Nearly 1,500 truck drivers, em-
ployéd in London's Smithfield
meat market which supplies most
of London's 8,000,000 population,
struck June 25 for a $2.66 weekly
increase,

Nearly 3,000 porters, meat
packers and poultry workers
joined the strikers in sympathy.
London’s 5,500 butcher shops
were without fresh meat last
week-end but 3,000 troops thrown

For young
Charlie there is



water machine manufacturer.”

into the meat market by Food
Minister Maurice Webb, distri-
buted enough corned beef to en-
sure dinners for most Londoners.
Miners in Lanarkshire, Scot—
land, coalfield struck for a $1.66
weekly increase. Over 10,000
miners were affected and 43
colleries idle. Union officials
feared the strike would soon
threaten other coal fields.

The President of the Union of
Mineworkers, Sir William Law-
ther, warned officials to be on
guard against Communist propa-
ganda and “the insidious campaign
the Communists are waging to
arouse distrust and suspicion
among the workers.”

Bonnie Prince

a “purveyor of -

Glasgow’s bus and streetcar de-
pots were snarled by a strike of
nearly 500 drivers and engineers
who protested against the alleged
eppointment of an unqualified
foreman,

Banbury, Oxford, Branch of the
Nationalized British Railway stag-
ed an unofficial strike because of
a limited degree of relaxation of
welfare conditions.

But no widespread pay increases
can be expected, Cripps warned in
the House of Commons. He said:

“We cannot afford anything but
a Imited degree of relaxation of
the very rigid standards laid down
after devaluation. There is still
a great need for restraint.”

—LN:S.





Tourists

AMeRICAN students travelling ia
Europe — although generally regarded
ac ‘ poer cousins” amcng American tour-

ists— re helping to peur dollars into the

Contivent in much larger sums than

generally recognized. |

By Col. Theodore J. Pozzy

PARIS.
When Economic Co-operation Administra-
tion established a Travel Development
Section, there was a tendency, in the Mar-
shall Plan countries as well as in the U.S
travel trade, to minimise the importance of
student travel as a dollar earner.

Quick to realize, that on the contrary,
student tourism was a very important phase
of tourism both from the cultural and
educational viewpoint, a special department
was established to promote student travel
from the U.S. to Europe,

In 1949, a general survey was made of
tourists departing from Europe, bound for
the U.S.A. It appears from this survey that
the third largest occupational group to travel
to Europe was students and that each student
spent an average of $600, exclusive of fare,
compared to $775,spent by other tourists
(also exclusive of fare money.)

To those who argued that student tourism
brought but few dollars to the European
economy, the publication of these findings
refuted their arguments.

While E.C.A. is interested in the financial
contribution of student tourism to the
European economy, it is also interested in
the psychological factors which the youth
movement, more than any other occupational
group, is able to bring to the Marshall Plan
countries,

Our American youths, with their quick
friendliness and their eagerness to learn,
are our best ambassadors of good will. Our
youths of today are the statesmen and policy
makers of our country in the years to come
and the better their understanding of Europe,
the greater is the chance of maintaining a
united world. It is therefore the aim of
E.C.A. to encourage and promote student
tourism.



At present, however, there is one great
barrier to the development of the youth
movement : the high cost of transportation
across the Atlantic. Our American youths
do not demand luxury liners at rates beyond
their means. They are willing to put up
with austerity accommodations provided they
can get them at a reasonable price.

So far very little has been done to fill this
demand. Every year, thousands of students
are prevented from travelling to Europe for
this reason only. They are not simply pre-
vented from making a trip, they are pre-
vented from broadening their education, from
making new friends and from spreading the
ideals of our American way of life.

It is our aim to explore the possibilities of
making low-cost transatlantic accommoda-
tions available to students. In the past year,
the Marshall Plan countries have improved
and added to their low-cost hotel and hostel
accommodations and have extended to the
youths of America a hearty invitation to
visit their countries and meet their own
youth,

It is now up to the American people to
find a way of enabling our youths to grasp
the friendly hand extended to them from
across the Atlantic.—ILN.S.



Formosa Is Important

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Britons scanned the new royal
“who’s who” of tradesmen today
to learn about King George’s spec-
ial. “purveyor of kippers,” Queen
Elizabeth's “corsetiere” and where
royalty gets its hootch

They discovered, too, with con-
siderable head-scratching that
the Royal family has special “pur-
veyors of horse malt,,” “purveyors
of horse clothing,” a supplier of
“refractory cements,” a_ private
“sack and tent maker” and some-
one to furnish all the “organ blow-
ers” they need.

Naturally, because of majestic
niceties the King doesn't buy gaso-
lene for royal cars from a gas (or
petrol) station; that comes from
“purveyors of motor spirits.”’ The
household cleaning staff uses ‘‘elec-
tric suction sweepers.’ not plain
old vacuum cleaners

All this low-down on the buying
habits of Britain’s Royal family
is contained in the latest list of
tradesmen who hold “warrants of
appointment” to supply royalty
with their necessities and luxuries,
at the usual price.

The practice goes back a few
hundred years to the time when
the good things of life were in
short supply and Britain’s kings
wanted to be sure they got theirs,

They “appointed” a tradesman to
supply their wants.

The tradesman had, and _ still
has, the right to display the Royal

coat of arms on his store front
aud letterheads along with the
“appointment.”

The 1950 list published in the

official London Gazette covers a
lot of ground, because it involves
supplying not only the royal fam-
ily, but their palaces, estates and
staffs,

The list covers every conceiv-
able want of the Royal family.
Ly appointment to King George VI
there are:

“Tailors and kiltmakers; sup-
pliers of dog and game food; sup-
pliers of agricultural tractors;
manufacturers of bituminous emul-
sion; milking machine manufac-
turers; fish fertilizer manufactur-
ers; hothouse builders.” Plus, of
course, things like food and soap.

The king isn’t known as a tip-
pler, but listed at his beck and
call are:

“Purveyors of champagne; sup-
pliers of cognac brandy; cider
makers; Scotch whisky distillers;
gin distillers: wine merchants;
Australian wine merchants; brew-

ers; sherry merchants; purveygrs
{ cherry brandy,” and a “soda
<

malted milk.”

Queen Elizabeth has appointed,
among a host of others:

“Purveyors of Christmas pud-
dings; hairdressers; drapers;
forists; manufacturers of hooks
and eyes: umbrella makers; and
manufacturers of dolls, toys, edu-
cational playthings, etc.” ~

Queen Mary, 83, hes appoint-
ments ranging from a “shawl
merchant” in New Delhi to a “fan
maker” in London, Her taste for
liquids seems to be a little less
universal than King George's, It
includes one “Scotch whisky dis-
tiller,” a “eyder (eq.) maker,”
“wine and spirits merchant,” and
someone selling “mineral waters.”

But the Queen's list does show
ene “tobacconist.”

Tradesmen appointed by Queen
Victoria, Queen Alexandra, King
Fdaward VII, King George V and
the Duke of Windsor when he was
Prince of Wales are still officially
listed. be

The lists don’t necessarily re-
veal the full personality of the
royal body who sanctioned them,
but on the Duke of Windsor’s list
are, among others:

“Dental cream manufacturers:
press cutting agents; | aircraft
manufacturers” and — one “suit-
case maker.”

—LN\S.

WASHINGTON

The Nationalist China strong-
hold of Formosa has assumed an
importance second only to Korea
as an immediate concern of
United States defense strategy in
the treubled Orient

Until President Truman placed
the island redoubt under protec-
tion of the Seventh Fleet, experts
had debated the importance of
Formosa to U.S. strategic think-
ing. They split over this question:
Just how great a threat to our
security would Fermosa be if it
fell in to unfriendly hands?

Armchair strategisis will have
to argue that one out for them-
selves—but here are some helpful
facts:

Formosa js the biggest island
south of Japan proper along the
China coast, notes the National
Geographic Society. At its north-
ern-most point the Nationalist base
is only 665 miles from Kyushu,
nearest major island of the Jap-
anese archipelago, and much
closer than that to the key Amer-
4can base at Okinawa in the
Ryukyus. Luzon, in the Philip-
pines, is a scant 225 miles to
Formosa’s south. And at the nar-
rowest portion of Formosa Strait
the mainland of China lies only

85 miles away.

These are “stone’s-throw” dis-
tances in the air age, as the Jap-
anese demonstrated during World
War Il. Formosa was then in
their possession, and they used the
island as a cgtapult for offensive
action, The Japanese invasicn of
the Philippines was mounted from
lormosa, Naval and air installw-
tions built up during decades of
occupation proved their value.

But, for the most part, the
isiand was on the periphery of
the subsequent great actions in
World War II Pacific fighting.
Americans by-passed it in push-
ing northward for the planned
assault on Japan, but it was first
necessary to neutralize the
effectiveness of the base by heavy
air and naval bombardment.

Formosa, roughly oblong in
shape, is 245 miles long and 88
1 iles across at its greatest width.

In area it equals Massachusetts,
Connecticut and Rhode Island
combined, An official count in

1949 gave it a civilian population
of more than seven million, but
refugee Chinese have since swelled
tne total.

Nationalist China is reported to
have seven large airfields on the
island and a number of smaller
ones. Important naval bases are

Formosa and at Kaohsiung
(Takao), on the sauthwest side.

Fertile lowlands comprise the
island’s west, making this coast |
one long, potential beachhead.

Taipei, the Nationalist capital,
is located near the northern tip
Its present occupants are indebted
to the Japanese for planning th>
capital. Most of its modern build.
ings .and boulevards were con-
structed by them.



The island itself was for inany
generations an old staticn .o?
maritime lanes between Japan
the Philippines, and the Nether
lands Indies. In normal times. it |
preduced large quantities of sugar
tea, rice, and pineapples, and also |
contributed the bulk of the}
world’s natural camphor,
bishop: 3.00 p.m

Japan took possession of For-
mosa in 1895, but it reverted after
World War II to the Chinese, wh:
had held it for many centuries
Early Portuguese sailors called
the land liha Formosa, or “Beau-
tiful Island"—an ironically poeti:
name today for a threatened and
isolated piece of territory that
Strategists see as an anchored air-
craft carrier potentially capable
ef commanding large areas of the!
Pacific

—LNS.








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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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principles of your League, your influence fo 1 in th
nd w d be alr tir surat His Excelleacy th
Governor Mr. A. W. L. Savage told the upils of St
( or Mr. A. . Sa ld i I St’ siasm of all who took part in t! CATARRH © CATARRHAL ASTHMA LIGHTNING
Michael’s Girls’ School yesterday. His Exceu y Was |music-making at this School. | CAESTY COLDS « NIGHT COUGHS
idressing the girls at their annual speec} heard Class Singing—Unison, tw ae COUGH MIXTUR
Mr. Savage said that he liked to think that th: schoo) }ana three parts from the Junior Ripmudlimtc pe Rade ~idasnoe —_——
hai i . ‘oa th : ; j Middle, Upper Middle and Upper
had a special mission in the modern age of preparing its) School—all large Classes; all of Si SS SSS SSS”
pupils for citizenship, each with a messag c vice t¢}which showed evidence of careful
others” and each prepared to make a contribution in some oe teaching
torm of social welfare work when they w 1 have left Jay oe discipline was excellent. |
ch ce " seine ’ - . the} Ould hav ’ The Unison tone had a firm ring | LAST
SC 10K ae : and the parts were melodious,
Mr. Donald = Wite charm hose purpose ts to undermine} well-balanced and chorded. The GOYA—Perfumes, Colognes
= ; Opening aul cor we OF to create SUSPICION Jonly criticism perhaps is an o¢ Powder (Face and Bath)
ae th ey wh ve nsible Suspicion easional tendency of the lower A very beautiful assortment
for e ru chool | So many of us are suspicious] Voices to sing a little figt; but thi to choose from
imec iv he l true jof < relic . y Was a rare occurrence ¢ 4 did not
. Picture abeve shows two of the! celas while the other pasc € of value eve i they Teaiee ti ee oa eld sertousl; “datrant ‘ faun.the: get , "Ao ]
. re tre the 29th. } t th ; . e . ee - . . !
wheelbarrows in tho centre of the; 10r_ yreathe besice heil | some fell ho for they | ing of rumours you will be assist-|°Pal musical effect of the whole THE COSMOPOLITAN
ra 1c road. One man is putting on; barrows elieve that when one educated} ing in the development of good- “I liked very much the singing ° ;
" ; ea - - - —- | boys, one educated lividuals | will which Barbados and the a the eee a 2 by the Sttriee Maca oe a _
Sto, ed 7 | 7 7 gn |} but when a | was being edu- | world generally need at this time |UPPer iddile School, that was |
+ e@w Dean | New y W ¢ A }eated, a family as being edu most enjoyable
Lz ‘ A+ cated | You probably are aware that “An impressive and cleverly | “S3?33S3=2::=22:3325253=—532=23—6563625353535353335 35
Com letel genet? Y.. : | 5 ; | St. Michael! is known as the staged and acted scene which |
iP ry THE Appointments’ Board mei Collects Sl 9 2 | Mrs. Savage distributed 44} “Spokesman Angel” for he was embodied some lovely Negro! -
on July 11th. and on the nomina- | prizes, 13 form prize and $3 sent with special messages to Spirituals produced good acting | f

There is a notable absence of | U0” of the Lord Bishop of Bar- sie | ra : | special prizes, after the head-| special persons at different aud live singing both from Solo- | |
on co-operation by the public,|bados, appointed the Reverend ar OVER TWO weeks ago a] mistress had given her report | times as is recorded in Old| ists and Chorus | â„¢
especially ediestitare and cyclists Canon G 5 G Mandeville, group of Social. Workers, on} Special prizes were presented Testament stories. pS ; ’ | \ 4 ALI CAN I
vith the Police efforts to control| M.A. Rector of St. Philip, to be| the invitation of Mrs. A. A. Gib-| by the British Council, Mrs I heartily eongratulate the | K 4 A |
3 “ : : : ae Rector Bt Btiahoaiie : bons, held a meetir t tl D’Arcy Scott and M1 H.GQG I like to think that this school |Headmistress and Staff on really |}
and regulate traffic in the city, ector of St. Michael’s parish in| © scott an ' seeaile ; |

Th: Shite, Of" oBvioia Bin ics suceession. to the Revd. H 5.|YÂ¥.M.C.A \ \ Cummin Fif three irls |has a special mission in this mod- jexcel es work and I shall not |
help motorists, cyclists and pedes-| Hutchinson who resigned on June ing a Y.W.¢ in 2 were previously prestpted jern age f preparing its pupils a = ay SY LE }
trians comply with the re x 30th last. The new Rector is al At this meeting OM with preliminary ertificates |for citizenship each with a mess- | School if a ~ fy
lations sadeetst ans still tail to De on of the Cathedr | a ay elected and the public were asked) in First Aid whic var_dane |Re Oe eee 1b hare’ “ane sit’ vceaaeae fat Mie tt nt (| BI OW SMOKE
ati ¥ ans ai z é ‘ to help by making eontrit lis with tl Saint John Ambt each prepared to make a contribu- [Ke to congratulate Miss Taitt and | 4 u 4
use the pavements in Broad Street 7 ; we tnae| | aoe creas) oeeee ie a : iss S § . fe
and cree wherever they please Rev. Hutchinson has been|to the elected Treasuret P ance Association. Certificates {tion in some form of social wel- Miss Symmonds on the really |

7 =o ; i appointed to the Canonry of St. ]/4- Clarke rhese ! itior to the 14 girls wh passed |fare’ work when they leave school. | Splendid work they are doing in

. n . : _ } | 2 5 a , , y aaa ain nani > Sc Ss ing |

An Advocate reporter made|Cyprian, vacant by the appoint ruve started and so have their Cambridge School Cere|+oU will a a : os eae the School Singing | xe

some checks yesterday and found} ment of Canon G. L. G. Man-| reccived the followi Yificate were also previously |OMTSs® GB@ paulence, DUC Wilt tne Thrilli

( ‘ks yest ) Y é i M: 40 ‘ \ sf ‘Y sintot <0 irilling Hour \
that! in five minutes, forty-one] deville as Rector and Dear Me A. ¢ ’ i | presented training for leadership which you Pu
ee ee, Soares oe ema Mr H be ; 00 | After the vote of thanks was that St. Michecl’s ts A os aa Ten a.m, on March 8th was a| |
Bri 7 5 >. path- Mr 5.00 . the girls staw the ay - % ¢ : a) rery R . .

A dge without using the path Mea W oo |gaven, the girls staged play lan important part in the future |Ve'y, thrilling hour for all of Us |

es N Head Fi a Oo MI ynanton | Ship” by Mary |welt being of Barbados at St. Michael's, for shortly after | Inn WY
afalgar Sauare for 4 4 Mrs. P. A. ¢ oo | F. Matheson he four actress 5 a a we had the rivilege “seei |
IY in wee re a at l ew ea or Mrs, F. A. Bi 5.00 |Qurline Alleyne Dache e Gibson Making her report of the school H.R H Bring oe) . ot ; aedte | 4,
minutes not a_ single person iis bineke 2.00 | Sheila Chandler : 2 ‘jactivities during the past year, ’ scess ARCe as She drove |g
crossed through the pathway - $ } | Madame Ifill 0g Eee etn Peete R 7 ith. Mrs. Burton, Headmistress, said: |P#St the School. Her Royal High- if : |
indicated by the sign “Please All Saints Messrs, W Fowarty Lt 30.00 | gave just that touch to the play Last December we sent 15 |Ness was graciously pleased to |
cross here”, c ¢ : ‘ ae | which made the audience son Candidates for the Carnbuidire stop the car and asked me to give |
: : eh ‘ontributions will be gratefully! ss forget it was ' ae : , ’ , » Ss )

At the head of Broad Street; MISS ERCIL OSBOURNE] accepted and can be paid to Mrs | umes, .orget, that it wa 4/School Certificate and 14 of them |the School a holiday. It did not | CAN
cyclists threaded their _ way A.C.P. has been appointed head-'p_ A. Clarke, c/o Cosmopolitan play and not reality passed. One was placed in Grade I pret a . that the girls could | |
through pedestrians crossing in)teacher of the All Saints Girls’! Drug Store or “Torrineton.” Hast- When Mrs. Savage had distri-|and four in Grade II. There were [heer any louder than they had |

; oytee . 1 é rug Store or “Torrington,” Hast ; : : , }been doing from the time tk »|
the channel indicated by studs) @.hool, St. Peter, in succession to |ings. Anyone desirous of joining] buted the prizes, His Excellency |340 entries for the School Certifi- | Rov 'n1 ‘Dron daints) cen ta wnt
: nt ; L jee , 7 , s os m. eye Irov jon : sc4tae id ¥ yé CeSslo came 1 sight,
es did not wait until they coyld Miss Ada Gilkes who recently |the Y.W.C.A. can communicate | Said there was a tradition, a pirit cate from Barbados Fit Has the RAtae, erie an |
CFORS, retired with Mrs. D. H, L. Ward, Secre- | and an energy about St. Michael’s| , Everil Newton was placed nounced I found I had been quite J c
; = : fae Girls’ School which was making} 3rd in the final position; Ist in ataica: ane; Mad been quste |

Broad Street itself was crowded| Miss Osbourne was formerly ai itself felt in the life of Bar s.| the Island with ‘Very Good’ in|™staken in thelr capacity for |
with pedestrians who ignored the! assistant of the St. Mary's Girls’ pres SPEED TRAPS arc : Religious Knowledge; Ist with |™#king a noise |
Aah in ape ene added to the! school, and has been a teacher again catching speedy mo- St. Michael’s Girl a dit’ in British and European We are very grateful to His | #!
general congestion. oe Ae dhs al cal “Ten rac | torists. Durir . » day History and 2nd with ‘Credit’ Ras 5 , .,

for nearly 14 years She wa ring 1a) Exceller the Gove |

Some cyclists paused for a chat among the first Sah of teachers to | three motorists were >d with He said; I am sure you would) in Hygiene and Physiology Mrs. Savegs ‘for inviting four ee
md es aol doa re their | attend Erdiston Training College. |€Xceeding the speed onejall wish me first to c« te! Vilma Kennedy was placed 3rd of our girls and a member of |
machines temporarily blocked the She Wied up her new # spo nt- | Was charged on Tuesday and two} the School on_ having Head- jn the Island with ‘Very Good’ in ihe Staff to a reception fo
passage ent ah lends: 17th 7 yesterday mistress of the calibre ; English Language and 2nd_ with School Children to meet H.R ti

What turned out to be a com.) Mem . : + epee Along with these nine other mo-| Burton, Her energy, he or | ‘Credit’ in Hygiene and Physi- Princess Alice |
plete traffic block was the fact | torists were charged on traffic of-]and her determination t ike | Ology; | FOUR SQUARE BRAND ’
that three — with ee ae fence One w for failing to]the description “a St. Michael Hyac brits peoonne) wes placed Our Annual Athletic Sports | fj} |
were engaged in patching he . — stop at a Major road, two for| girl” a recognized qualificatic n| ist_in the Island with ‘Very Good’; were held on March 7th. There
surface of the road at the bottom IRRESISTIBLE ! | driving without due care and at-| jtself is known to all. There can]! French and Vivian Headley Ist]was the usual keen Competition AND ENJOY |
of Broad Street. BOOTLE, Lancashire janes, two for yon _ . man-| be no doubt that she hi ucceed.| in. the penne with ‘Credit’ in Hy- and Elizabeth was the Champion

; 5 jner dangerous to the public and] eq j » doing giene anc 1ySlology ouse would like to thank Mrs.
They left their wheel barrows England. |" i" Ceralinee a : ed im 80 doing | M: a hae : .
at Gas saan in ihe. COnEee ‘of the While Field Marshal Viscount | “nother for driving without reas- Her report to us to-day pa 1 Exeraptions \J. P O'Mahony for coming and for | oA GOOD SMOKE 9
road successfully blocking traffic} Montgomery was inspecting AT One! 2 Seer sical well deserved tribute to her staff} : hace os 4 een os eno Sune ia! y - 8
. ; ° re >y, ., * > 1otoris was aiso ecnar c . > . , v ot nl 7 . rt r | 1 bena o | s
on both sides of the 10ad until| troop of soldiers here, a woman in| so. causing damave be i le and the school results not nN} Everil Newton, Vilma Kennedy, | a ie ee Rout |
they were sonstrained to move at] the crowd tried to kiss him. She} and pee a iis ‘using eer ioie examinations but in all its many|Colleen Ashby, Hyacinth Me- @ on page
least one of them to allow of free} said later: “I had an irresistible | ith defective brakes Ss activities justify that tribute. I] Conney Barbara Bancroft and) =
passage. desire ."—(C.P.) | : congratulate also on your behalf} Eileen Johnson have obtained E»
| JR VERTON LAMPITT, a clerk] the successful pupils who have) emption from the London Matricu- |
| to the Pine Housing Scheme, received prizes and certificates] jation j
|reported the loss of 20 lengths or} afternoon on their achieve- In the League of Empire Project |
s galvanise, valued $66.32, from a} ments and I hope they and others] Competition this year the School |
A ure war en ease | Luilding site at the Pine between] Will be encouraged to continue|was awarded 2 Consolation Prize
June 29 and the 7th of this month,| their efforts in the coming year,|for its Posters in the Senior
They are the property of the} Whether at School t other] Division
c sing B ork With regard to the staff, we ara}
it N St I EN |Housing Board wor & |
. - 3 emi grateful to Mrs. Bladon for acting |
MHE LOSS of $87 in cash was Sey . | gra

h ; ) sh d J ’ Seven Speech Days for Miss Pemberton who is at-}
ho ye by Pee near ot ' tending Erdiston College, and to}|
T sc r ~ . | rax a ¥ ooadsS, - reorge € ' this fortnight n wife ind M 2 Gl ; Re aaa A acted |

T Ty 2 , ac , - vw e Nil orl amsay who actec
QUEEN’S PARK now has two Steel Sheds. A new )jtold the Police that the money|] will be attending seven speech for Mrs. Tudor at the beginning of |

one has been erected near the buildings of the Agricultural | was removed from his house oi!] days and I will be addressing al-|the January ‘Term : ae

Department. It is 60x80 feet and is different in design and|July 5. he together probably 5,000 childre We are very pleased to welcome | eet .

appearance from the former shed near the Nelson Gate. E EATRICE HUSBANDS, pedes~| teachers and parents, as well as| back, although only in an acting | ri \ eils

irian, of New Orleans, St.| the general public. It is a, tre- capacity, Mrs. Iva Stuart who for} .
a just been ee rs to erect a temporary shel-} Michael, was eee coeeaay 1X) mendous responsibility as well] many years was a member of our |
wl e used to accommodate the|ter under tarpaulins and when|2n accident which occurred alon2] a; opportunity and I only wish I] Staff. I would like here to con- S
RO. MRS LO 1 3 arpaulin: a} the as i ly \ Ste } c calloped edges all around
poor who are fed by the St. Mi-| there is heavy rain, as has some- | Temple Road, City. had the gift of words to inspire|gratulate Miss Inniss on wet el Pp 9 ?
chael’s Vestry and during the days | times happened there is great in- Also involved was motor cel your hearts and minds to some|her Intermediate Arts.
of the Annual Industrial Exhibi-| convenience. With this shed per- |M.760, owned by M. L, Harrison] )pactical end
tion will accommodate the Exhibi-| manently erected the expense of | of Fontabelle and driven by Cole- At Christmas we sent ou

tion Committee Judges and mem | temporary shelter will be avoided, | tidge Cobham, of Spa Hill, St

The most appropriate theme
bers of the various committees| Whenever this shelter is erected, | Joseph

for a Speech Day at St. Michael's

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siving sir services & 2 6. / or is nted ¢ arpe s | : — ql is “service ers”, for in Salvation Army, the Convent of
iin ths soseceem ine boomer! peace 1 iia ens Ss cat he ee poor: pane noe Cade Venues 6 Giisenshin you the Good Shepherd aad” te
it will be seen that the shed fits | labour This money has been pent | Capt. €.1 aie a have set out the ideals of ser Children Goodwill League
into the landscape and the colour once and for all and the shed. can | oo Poe Thursday night vice and of duty to the co~-| jaby Creche for distribution t«
scheme has blended well with the} b sed th aho' year, {concert at the Esplanade, Bay munity | poor children
scheme has b € the| be used throughout the year Street, to-night at 8 o’clock. Theg 3 | Bn March %th Dr. W. Harri
no ee ee aes Can Be Rented Esplanade Concerts have becom If when you leave school you|M.A., F.R.C.O. i of
The ec 2 5 en| » rented : >. popular feature in-the City an’) jut into practice the princij of] George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle
yst of the shed has been} it can be rented at the discre- te. Sean i are rowd thei 5 I : pel,
defrayed by the Agricultural So-j tion of the Vestry for various pur- | P©°P Ns wt: iatnad ing the Band| OW League, your i fluence for) and Examiner for the
ciety who was granted permission] poses just as the other shed is Stand ‘ oe the; ‘are held good in this island would ae Board of Music, London, visited
by the Vestry to erect this shed., rented or lent for public meetings | * x faraiis 7 ae = fter fe Cons | at st immeasurable. Take {one the School ae spent two pm
It is roofed with galvanized iron;and lectures and religious meet- cert is the long lines of bicycle aspect only —goodwill and faith enppecnne ns is Peer 0. 1
with lattice work around the sides | ings. | cars heading towards the Cit in the motives of others. Too often; whole School. 4
and has a cement floor. Glusen's Park has to cater to the | Grins et I 4 oe Pen Ba I hear of whispering campaigns tained Merit
i eeds of many bodies aryi . ‘ net onkke
Not Spoiled activities. There is the Antiouis Farce Ss WOBIL . en will |
In showing a representative of|tural Society with the Annual PPHE so ae Pc 51 Pl: nt ‘te
this newspaper over the shed Mr.| Exhibition, there is the Annual give a show a Sacer

tion yard, St. John to-night. Th

performance i mainly for th

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Bruce Weatherhead the present
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was finished the colour scheme | ‘There is the accommodation for } FE 7 esterd a
and the low root fitted in with the] children, swings, etc., and the pets % ae ; ‘ia ek, J y yy > y
existing buildings and gardens | The Lake has unfortunately begun ur leans i pee. Semi t ENA L « K i ow DER a vel

“It was thought at first that if] to leak and will cost an enormous | + ee . vine’ p J ; eananr .

ve vere charged f drivir in i
the roof was high it might have|sum to put in order That i : ani : ari 3 e 5 iblic a t RINA INSEC i KE cm
blocked the buildings of the Agri-| matter for the consideration of the |“ "" S Taare att ‘ “are H. JASON
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said Mr. Weatherhead, “but es you “There is the playground us | Asiving without reasonable con- Distributors

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“The Vestry has a duty to the|cricket and football.” One motorist also charged 2Sesa Sees a Suga
public as a whole and not to one “This is the Vestry’s position in} oy causing d negligenc &Guauen BG@uaanka Baas a o28
section. The Agricultural Society | he matter; and the public should and aiths: 1 vehicl Ss 8 a
offered to erect this at their ex-| know it”, concluded‘the Church- .,. "dateati: | “3G GO tutes
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5 feet 10 {nches, Chest 38 inches. Also
two Dress Shirts. Practically new
16-inch Collar. Phone 4215
13.7.50—3n
ee
GUINEA GRASS—At Passage House
Passage Road. D. H. Roach, Telephone
2647. 11.7.50—8n

GALVANIZE Pipes 1%, and 2 inches
also Galvanize flexible condult in sizes

linch and 1% “inches Enquire Auto
Tyre Company, Trafalgar Street. Phone
2696 8.7.50—t.f.n



LIPTON'S TEA—A “fresh shipment has
arrived and may now be had from your
grocer Packages 1 oz. lle; 2 oz
21¢c; 4 0z. 40 ¢. The one and only brand
of Tea that commands the largest sale
in the world. Save that part of the
label showing the weight and return
same to us to be exchanged for valuable
gift premiums.

JOHN F. HUTSON LTD.,
Agents.
12.7,50—8n





NEEDLES for record player . .
el) kinds inch 4 Ruby and Sapphire
semi-permanent needles to play several

mes
. BARNES & CO., LTD.
24.5.50-—t.f.n

NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Frank
Stnatra, Bing and all the rest. Come
and get, but quick

A. BARNES & CO., LTD.
24.5.50—t.f.n

QUARRY—Marl and broken soft stone



suitable for building rubble wall. Apply
Ellesmere Plantation, St. George.
11.7.50—3n,



YACHT PETER PAN,—Length 12 ft.,
2 suits of sails ete. Phone 2252.
12.7.50—3n







FOR RENT

Speers eater:
HOUSES

FULLY FURNISHED BUNGALOW—
On the seaside, Prospect, St. James
3 bedrooms. From Ist August to ap-
proved tenant. Not less than 4 months.
For particulars ring 2759



11.7.50—3n

PERSONAL

The public





LE

are hereby warned against

giving credit to any person or persons
whomsoever in my name as I do not
hold myself responsible for anyone
contracting any debt or debts in my
name unless by a written order signed
by me

Signed CHARLES TROTMAN







Lower Estate Land St. George
12.7.50—2n |
The public are "hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife VERONA |
SEALY ‘nce MARSHALL) as I do not}
hold myself responsible for her or
anyone else contractng any debt or
debts in my name unless by a written
order signed by me.

Sgd NORMAN BERESFORD SEALY,
Sargeant Street,
St. John













13.7,.50-—2n

—_— ——$——$—___
An_ experienced Lady Assistant for
DRUG STORE WORK. Apphy in writ-
ing to P.O, Box 203. 12.7.50—3n.
A qualified NURSE for St. eae ite |

Almshouse at a salary of $60.44 per
month. Applications with Certificate to
be forwarded to the Parochial Medical
Officer, “Ellangowan,” not later than
Momday, 17th July, 1950.
Any Further Particulars can
tained from the P.M.O
A. A. B. GUUWL,
Clerk, Poor Law Guardians,
St. Joseph
8.7.50—Tn
—
“DEPUTY MANAGER—Required for
small Sugar Estate in St. Vincent
Young, energetic well educated man re-
quired Future prospects good”
Apply to Mount Bentinck Estates Ltd
Kingstown, St. Vincent

be ob-

12.7.50—7r.
——

MISCELLANEOUS

For Rent or Boarding Two (2) Gen-
tlemen_ Large double Bedroom for the
right Party near to city. Dial 4462

5.7.50.—3n

LOST & FOUND















LOST

SWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Series
0454. Finder please return same
Sydney Sickler, C/o Central Foundry
Dock Yard. 12.7.0—in

=

Qa

to







ED ADS.

ve rae ROTI eS





NOTICE

A

‘S.P.C.A
ng of the

is to be

special general
Society for members
held at the Y.M.C.A.,
Pinfold Street, at twelve noon on Satur-
15th July, 1950 Purpose; to
itr an amendment to the society's
titution 13.7.50—2n

NOTICE

PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH
Sealed tenders, (marked on the outside



et

aay









of the envelope “Tender for Lean’),
will be received’ at my Office up to 3.00
Pm. on Monday 24th July, 1950 for a
loan of £1,500 at a rate of interest not
exceeding 4° to be repaid in annual
anstalment of £150 each. The st
such instahnent to be p. in the



year
1055

WOOD GODDARD,









Clerk to the Commissioners
of Highways,

Christ Church

3.7.50—6n
NOTICE
TENDERS for conveying paupers
(a) From any part of the Parish to the
Almshouse.

(b) From the Almshouse to the General
Hospital will be received by me up to

July 18th 1950
w.v GOODING,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. Philip.
11.7.50—6n.



NOTICE

Application for one or more vacant
St. Michael's Vestry Exhibitions at Har-
tison College will be received by the
Clerk of the Vestry up to 4 o'clock
p.m., on Wednesday July 12, 1950.

Candidates must be the sons of par-
ishioners in straitened circumstances and
must not be less than (9) nor more than
(15) years of age on 30th June, 1950,
to be proved by a Baptismal Certificate
which must accompany the application.

Forms of application can be obtained
at the Vestry Clerk’s Office.

By Order E. C. REDMAN,



Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry
Vestry Clerk's Office,
Parochial Buildings,
Bridgetown. 28.6.50—8n



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Ethel Gittens and
Coleen Quintynne holders of Liquor
License No. 1025 of 1950 granted to

Anita Osbourne in respect of premises
viz: a one roofed wall building at Reed
St.. St. Michael, for permission to use

said Liquor License at following prem-
ises vize— bottom floor of a two storey
wall building at Reed St., St. Michael
Dated this 11th day of July, 1950
To—C, L, WALWYN, Esq.,
Police Magistrate,
District “A”
Signed ETHHL GITTRNS,
for Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be eon-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
et Police Court, District “A”, on Friday
the 2st day of July, 1950, at 11 o'clock,
a.m,



Cc. L. WALWYN,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’,
13.7.50—1n

SALES







PUBLIC

AUCTION





UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER

I HAVE been instructed to sell by

public competition on the spot on
Thursday 13th July at 2 p.m, the
dwelling-house called “Mayaro” situate

at Rockley, Christ Church. The same
consists of open verandah to the front,
crawing and dining rooms, 2 bedrooms,



kitchenette, toilet and bath. It has a
pine floor throughout, and the roof is
shingled. Same must be sold. For in-
spection apply D’Arcy A. _ Scott,
Magazine Lane. 11.7.50—4n,
REAL ESTATE

—____——_

By Public competition at our Office,
James Street, on Friday, the 14th July,
1950 at 2 p.m. 5,984 sq. ft. of land
(with frontag both on James Street
and Busby’s Alley) together with the
buildings thereon the property of the
Est. of Mrs. M. E. G. Wiles, dec’d.

For further particulars and conditions
of Sale’ apply to:—

aba hve & woe se
Solicitors, Jai Stre
3.750, én.

——————

Schooner “ZENITH” 95 ft. overall, 70
tons nett, 87 tons gross, built at St.
Vincent in 1942 and at present anchored

at Bequia, St. Vincent. No reasonable
offer will be refused.
For full particulars apply to:

JAMES MULRAIN,
C/o JOHN H. HAZEL
SONS & CO. LTD.,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
12.7.50—3n



“SANDGATE”, Hastings, standing on
2,940 square feet of land on the seaside
of Hastings Road.

The House contains, drawing and din-
ing room, enclosed gallery on three
sides, two bedrooms with dressing
rooms, kitchenette, toilet and bath up-
stairs with usual rooms downstairs and
two flights of steps to sea. Gas,
Electric and Water.

Inspection amy day by appointment
Phone: No. 2863.

The above will be set up for sale to
public competition at our office on Friday
the 2lst day of July 1950 at 2 p.m.

CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Lucas Street,
11.7.50—10n



You can buy the following on terms
That is you can pay one-third and the
balance monthly

At the Ivy Road one small property

with water.

At Martindale's Road house with water
toilet & bath

At Beckles Road one double-roofed
house

At Wellington Street one small
property.

For particulars apply,
D'ARCY A. SCOTT
Magazine Lane.
12.7. 50—2n





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July 1950

OFFICIAL NOTICE

-PBADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
‘Equitable Jurisdict
GRACE MARIA GREENE
GARFIELD SAVORY

Piai
Defen
IN pursuance of an Order in h
Court in the above action marie on the
9th day of June 1950, I give notice tc
all persons having any estate, right o
interest in or any Hen or ineurranc
*ffecting all that certain piece or parce
of land situate in the said parish of Sa‘:
John in this island containing t
admeasurement One acre twelve perche
or thereabouts butting and bounding ©

lands now or late of BE. Bancroft o*
toad twelve feet wide on lands now o
lete of M. Ince and on another rose
twelve feet wide or however else th
same may butt and bound to brin
before me an account of their saic
claims with their witnesses, document
and vouchers, to be examined by me
on any Tuesday, or Friday between
j the hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in
the afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk
| of the Assistant Court of Appeal :
; the Court House, Bridgetown, before
the 23rd day of August 1950, in ordc
* that such claims may be ranked accord
ing to the nature and priority thereo!
respectively; otherwise such person
will be precluded from the benefit o
the said Decree, and be deprived of al!
claims on or against the said property
Claimants are also notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wednes-
day the 23rd day of August 1950, at
‘0 o'clock a.m. when their said claim
will be ranked.

Given under my hand this 9th day





ol

June 1950.
Vv. GILKEsS,
Ag. Clerk of ‘the Assistant Court
of Appeal

~ OFFICIAL: SALE

BARBADOS.
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
{Equitable Jurisdiction)

GRACE MARIA GREENE Plaintiff
GARFIELD SAVORY Defendan
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue
of an Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 9th day of June 1950
there will be set up for sale to the
highest bidder at the Office of the Clerk
of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
Court House, Bridgetown, between the

afternoon on Friday, the 25th day of
August 1950, all that certain piece o1
parcel of land situate in the saic
parish of St. John in this island con-
taining by admeasurements One acre
twelve perches or thereabouts butting
and bounding on lands now or late of
E. Bancroft on a road twelve feet
wide on lands now or late of M. Ince
and on another road twelve feet wide
vr however else the same may _ butt

end bound, and if not then sold the}ment) Order,

said property be set up for sale on
every succeeding Friday between the
same hours until the same is sold for
a sum not less than £65. 0s. 0d.
Dated this 9th day of June, 1950.

. V. GILKES,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal



OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARBADOS.
In the Assistant Court of Appeal

(Equitable Jurisdiction)

MARY EDITH ASHBY—Plaintiff

GOULBOURNE WILLIAM NILES
Defendant
In pursuance of an Order in this Court
in the above action made on the 7th day
of June 1950, I give notice to all persons
having any estate, right or interest in or
any lien or incumbrance affecting All
that certain piece or parcel of lands
situate at Cox Road in the parish of
Christ Church and island aforesaid con-
taining by admeasurement two roods
fifteen and one half perches or there-
abouts abutting and bounding on lands
now vor late of G. Graham on lands of
Staple Grove on lands now or late of
Martin L. Taylor on lands of E, E. E

hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the] provost Mashal's Office,

BARBADOS

| St. Michael’s







FORM PRIZEs 1949
Form I-—Alwyn —— Lower IL
Griselda Adams Upper tip Luxjine
Alleyne. Upper TIA-4Grace Jackson
Lower TLHC}-Lucy Holder Lows TB
Joan Gu Lower ITLA—C\ nthia
| Lachley. Upper UTB—Grace A. Mayers
' eee TILA— Ercil Lewis Lower [VB
: Gibec Lower IVA--Shirle |
| Upper 1IV-—-Ruth Brathwaite
i “Vilma Kennedy
: SPECIAL DRIABS
1 Mathematics Jpper School) —Colleen
« Ashby Arithmetic, ‘Lower School!-
Ina St. Hill. English, (Upper Scliool)

~-Vilma Kennedy

(Presetted by the British Council)



English, (Middle School) Lurling
Alleyne

(Presented by Mrs. D'Arc Scott)

French, (Upper School) —Hvacinth
MeConney French, (Midd's School)
Beulah Grosvenor Scripture (Upper
Sehool: Violet Corbin. Seripture.
(Middle School) Marjorie Gittens
Scripture, (Lower Schooli—Joan Clarke
Drawing, (Upper Sechool)—-Muriel Rob-
inson. Drawing, (Lower Schooli—Golda
Linton Prize for good Poster Work
Muriel Robinson

(Presented by. the British Cowsci!

Needlework Virginia Fergusson
Housecraft (Cookery and Household |
Management)—Hilda Taylor Physical
Training (Senior) —Vima Kennedy
Physical = Training (Junior)—Zanette
Millar. Good Progress Gladwyn Danw i

(Presenied by Mrs. H. G. Cummins)

Prize for obtaining “Grade 1 in the



PUBLIC OFFICIAL SALE

(The Provost Marshal’, Act 1904
(1904—46 8 30)

On Friday the 2ist day of July, 1960,
at the hour of 2 o'clock in the aft,
noon will be sold at my office to the
highest bidder for any sum not under
the appraised value.

All that certain piece of Land con-
taining by admeasurement Two Roods,
situate at Well House in the Parish of
Saint Philip, butting and bounding on
lands now or late of J. Challenor, of
Melvin Alleyne, of Bayley’s Plantation,
of the Estate of O. Sarjeant (deceased) |
and on a road eight feet wide leading
to the Public Road together with the
old Dwelling House, Buildings, &c.,
appraised as follows

The whole property appraised to TWO

UNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS
($250.00) Attached from James The-
ophilus Marshall for and toward satis-
faction, &¢e

N,B.—-25%



Deposit to be piad on day

T. T. HEADLEY,
Provost Marshal

of purchase

4th July, 1950.

6.7.50.—3n.



GOVERNMENT

ADVOCATE

Girls’ School



PRIZE LIST

Cambridge School
Everil Newton
Prize for being First with

Certificate ise

Very Good

in Religious Knowledge in the Cam-
bridge Schoo! Certificate in 1940: Byeril
Newton :

Prize for being First with ‘Credit’ in
British and European History in ne
Cambridge School Certificate in 19

Bveril Newton

Prize for being Third with ‘Very Good’

i> English Language in the Cambridge
School Certificate in ise Vilma
Kennedy.

Prize for being First with ‘Very Good’
in French in the Cambridge School
Certificate in 1949: Hyacinth MeConney

Prize for being First with ‘Credit’ in
eo and Physiology in the Cam-
ridge School Certificate in 198: Vivian
Headley

Good Work in
in the Cambridge
1949; Colleen Ashby

Good Work in Religious Knowledge
in the Cambridge School Certificate in
iM’: Barbara Bancroft

Good Work in Religious Knowledwe
in the Cambridge School Certificate in
1M9: Eileen Goodman

Good Work in Religious
in the Cambridge School
1949: Vilma Kennedy

Good Work in Religious
in the Cambridge School
199: Hyacinth McComey

Good Work in Religious
in the Cambridge School
189; Joan Padmore

Religious Knowledge
School Certificate in

Knowledge
Certificate in

Knowledge
Certificate 1

Knowledge
Certificate in



Good Work tn French in the Cam-
bridge School Certificate in 1949: Anita
Burrowes

Good Work in French in the Cam
bridge School Certificate in 1949: Vilm
Kennedy

She is Wise!

Ni

She has Gas for Cooking

NOTICE.



Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence)
1950, No. 25 which will be published in the Official
1950,

Gazette of Thursday, 13th July,

(Amend-

2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
prices of “Margarine” are as follows: —









ARTICLE \ WHOLESALE PRICE RETAIL PRICE
(not more than) (not more than)
Margarine: —
(a) Locally Manu- $41.00 per 100 lbs in ]46c. per lb, or less
factured containers of 30 Ibs. |than % Ib. 3) cents
afi over or $42.50 per | per ounce,
100 lbs. in quantities
under 30 lbs. and not
less than 5 Ibs. oa
(b) Table $55.00 per 100 Ibs. in [59c. per lb.

tots of 25 lbs, and over.

(c) Mello-Kreem
Brand



Weekes and on the public road called} 13°7,2n.

Cox Road or however else the same may
abut and bound to bring before me an
account of their claims with their wit-

nesses, documents and vouchers, to be
examined by me on any Tuesday, or
Friday between the hours of 12 (noon)

and 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the
Office of the Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal at the Court House, Bridge-

town, before the 23rd day of August 1950,| place and during the same hours

in order that such claims may be ranked
according to the nature and priority
thereof respectively; otherwise such per-
sons will be precluded from the benefit
of the said Decree, and be deprived of
all claim on or against the said property,

Claimants are also notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wednes-
day the 23rd day of August 1950, at 10
o'clock a.m, when their said claims will
be ranked.

Given under my hand this 7th day of

June, 1950,
I. V. GILKEs,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal.

12.6.50— 3 ns.

OFFICIAL SALE

BARBADOS,
In the Assistant Court of Appeal
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
MARY EDITH ASHBY-—Plaintiff
GOULBOURNE WILLIAM NILES
~—Defendant
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of an Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 7th day of June 1950,
there will be set up for sale to the high-
est bidder at the Office of the Clerk of
the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
Court House, Bridgetown, between the
hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the
afternoon on Friday the 25th day of Au-
gust 1950 All that certain piece or parcel
of land situate at Cox Road in the parish
of Christ Church and island aforesaid
containing by admeasurement two roods
fifteen and one half perches or there-
abouts abutting and bounding on lands
now or late of G. Graham on lands of
Staple Grove on lands now or late se
Martin L. Taylor on lands of E. E
Weekes and on the public road called
Cox Road or however else the same may
abut and bound and if not then sold the
said property will be set up for sale on
every succeeding Friday between the
| same hours until the same is sold for a
sum not less than £145, 16, 8.
Dated this 7th day of June, 1950.
I. V GILKEs,
Clerk of the Assistant Court of Appeal.
12,6,50— 3 ns



OFFICIAL

BARBADOS

$2.55 per 5 lb. tin

56c. per lb. or less
than % lb. 44c. per
02.

NOTICE

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY

The undermentioned property will be set up for sale at the Registration Office,
Public Buildings, between 12 noon and 2 p.m. for the sum and on the date specified

below. If not then sold,

BROOKS V.

it will be set up on each succeeding Friday at the same
until sold. Full particulars on application to me

ROBINSON

ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land (formerly part of the lands

OFFICIAL NOTICE

BAI

BADOS

IN THE

nderr

, ed
Buildings

between

7
Public









COURT OF CHANCERY



each

“Puil



and durins the 1 partic la
BROOKS V. GIBBONS ET AI
ALL THAT certain messuage or dwellinghouse ‘called er known
“ARGYLE” together with the land whereon the game siands and the

to belonging situate

at Wellir
Island of Barbados

containin

the same more or Jess Buttin:

Winston Thomas James and

the

on Wellington Street

bound Together with

built standing and bei
£550. 0. 0

28th July 1950

aforesai

Upset Price
Date of Sale

Registration OMce,
July, 1950,

property of Thelma Norma Agatha Gibbons on the N
on o:her lands of the said Plage called

‘on Street in the City of Bridgetown
« by admeasurement 1,789 square fee
and bounding on the W or

n lands of a plece called





\ 4
Bedford ¢
th

nd E
Se

Bedford Cot” and
d or however else the same +



all other buildings’ on the said land erected
ne with the appurtenances

HH WILLIAMS

Reg -strar-in-Chane

OFFICIAL NOTICE

In the Court of Chancery

BARBADOS..

IN PURSUANCE of ¢
persons having or claim
in or effecting the broperty hereinafter
to bring before me an account of the
vouchers to be exami

he Chancery

ning any estate, r

mentioned (the property of the defer
ir ec
ined by me on apr

Act, 1908, I do hereby

give
ight or interest or any

not





Jaims with their witnesses, docur
ny Tuesday or Friday



as
re
and

>
ms

of 12 noon and 3 o'clock tn the afte Sen OR
rnoon at the Registration Office Put
panna ge Bridgetown before the 28th day of July, 1950 mm order that sugh elail
y reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereo.
respectively otherwise such persons wi

decree and be deprived of all claims on

i be precluded from the benefits of
or against the said property

an

Plaintiff; ROBERT CLIFFORD CHAPMAN
Defendants: JASMINE GILL,
FRANCES EUGENIE STUART
VICTORIA ISABEL BL. ACKMAN
PROPERTY; ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate in the sdid
parish of Saint John and Island of Barbados containing by admeas
urement THREE ACRES and FOUR PERCHES or thereabout
butting and bounding on lands now or late of F Miller, on land
now or late of the estate of Fee deceased, on lands of Todds
Plantation, on lands now or late of J. R Husbands, on lands
Bowmanston, on lands now or late of F. Codrington and H. J
Holder and on the Public Road or however else the same may but
and bound together with the messuage or dwellinghouse thereor
called “STUARTVILLE” and all other the erections aod buildings
thereon erected and built standing and being with the appurtenances
Bill filed: 10th Muy, 1950,

Dated; 30th May, 1950,

H. WILLIAMS
Registrar-in-Chancery



OFFICIAL NOTICE

IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery

perscms having or claiming any estate, right or interest or any

Act, 1906, I do hereby give

len or incumbra

notice to

all
nee

in or effecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the property of the defendant)

to bring before me an account of their
vouchers to be examined by me on a:
of 12 noon and 3 o'clock in

the afternoon

claims with their witnesses, documents
ny Tuesday or Friday between the

at the Registration Office, Put

hou

and
ars
phi

Buildings, Bridgetown before the 28th day of July, 1950 in order that such claims

may be reported on and ranked

according

to the nature and priority ther

eof

respectively otherwise such persons will be prechided from the benefits of any

decree and be deprived of all claims on

or against the said property.

Plaintiff: ROBERT DECOURCY O'NEALE
Defendant: MANNING & CO. LIMITED
PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate in the City of

Bridgetown and Island aforesaid cc ntaining by estimation two thou

sand one hundred square feet or thereabouts abutting and bounding a

on three sides on lands of the defendant,—Manning & Co, Limited

and on the fourth side or
Bill filed: Sth May, 1950.
Dated: 30th May,1950



SHIPPING NOTICES

¢«
MONTREAL,

LAND LINE LTD., (M.A.N.Z. LINE)
8s “CITY OF DIEPPE” sails
Adciaide May 19th. Melbourne June

2nd. Sydney June 14th, Brisbane June
24th arriving at Trinidad. about July 2st
8.s “PORT WELLINGTON” | sails
July/August. Brisbane early August
Melbourne mid July. N. Queensiand
Sydney mid August arriving Trinidad
dout 9th September.

These vessels have ample space fo:
chilled, hard frozen and general cargo
Cargo accepted on through bills o
lacing with transhipment at Trinidad for
British Guiana, Barbados, Windward and
Leeward Islands,

FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD,,
Agents, Trinidad.
DA COSTA & CO. LTD.,
Agents, Barbados.

ALCOA MUMMER

ALCOA SANGER
of Ventnor plantation) situate at Ventnor in the parish of Christ Church

in this Island containing by admeasurement One acre thirty two and| 4/COA ROAMER
one quarter perches (inclusive of two and one quarter perches of a road
which was formerly a private road but is now a public road) Butting
and bounding towards the north on lands of Clapham plantation towards
the East on lands now or late of James Weekes towards the West on

s but now of Gordon Nicholls,

J. E, Marson and Mrs. D. J. Bynoe and on lands of the said W. T. and
F, D. Barnes and on the South on the public road or however else the

Property :
lands formerly of W, T. and F. D.
same may wo and bound.

Upset Price: £2,083.

Date of Sale: 28th uly, i 1950

Registration Office,



THERMOMETERS—2 kinds

MAPS—Imperial and Political Wall Maps of the

H WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancery.



World.

ANEROID BAROMETER, etc.
— also —

WIRE TRAYS —

and many other Office

ROBERTS & CO,



(House and Land) known as .
the Property of C

intu an Hotel or two Flats.

in its own Grounds, of approximately

pe

may be made by Appointment,
. For further particulars, kindly apply to:
ha
os
SEM CSE AAA



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PUBLIC AUCTION NOTICE

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sale by Public Auction on WEDNESDAY, ‘July 19, 1950, at 2.00 p.m. at the
Site, THAT MOST DESIRABLE, ATTRACTIVE & WELL KEPT PROPERTY

“POUR WINDS”
situate at the Fortlands, Basseterre, St, Kitts, B.W.1.,
A. L, Shepherd,
THIS RESIDENCE which has a delightful view overlooking the Harbour,
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CAPITAL
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LIABILITIES AND OTHER ACCOUNTS

Current, deposit and other accounts, taxation based on

£
ontingencies and bal-
365,433,328
636,902
an account of custom-
26,890,428

392,960,658

Balance divisible into such shares

as the directors may determine

Issued
6,621,500 “A” shares of £1
fully paid, converted into
500,000 “B” shares of £5
£1 paid

RESERVE FUND

| 25th May, 1950

£7,228,500
each 2,500,000
9,728,500
271,500
£ 10,000,000
each
stock £ 6,621,500
each,
500,000
- — 7,121,500
8,000,000

£ 408,082,158

ASSETS.

Cash in hand and balances with
Money at call and short notice
Remittances in transit
Bills discounted

Investments



bankers 79,640,534
10,650,000

4,698,349

x 71,586,090

Securities of the British, Dominion

and Colonial Governments

(in-

cluding securities lodged with the
Crown Agents for the Colonies as

security for note issue and
others)

Other investments

with
£96,054,106

3,214,900

99,269,006

Barclays Overseas Development Corporation Lim-

ited 200,000 shares of £10 each, fully paid, at cost

less amounts written off

Advances to customers and other accounts
Liability of customers for acceptances, ¢
Bank premises at cost less amounts written off

2,350,000

ete, 26,890,428
4,366,426

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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE

St. Michael’s Girls’ School





THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1950









warmly Mrs. Tudor and the rest]
: # my Staff for the loyal help and







TALL SCORING BATSMEN

penne

SR Eee

F. WORRELL

— 225 no.

E. WEEKES
— 190 no,

THESE three batsmen of the WI
between them off the Leicestershire bowling.
have made to date on the tour.

West Indies
651—2

10 Picked For
S. England Team

LONDON

July 12





ron nember of the team t
@ From Page 1 represent the South of England
sign of his recent knee trouble against the W.1. in the Hasting’
increased the astonishing pace and festival on September 2, 4, and
in sixty five minutes npleted 5 have been chosen, leaving on+
the season's fastest cent , eight place still to be filled
minutes better than that by Len The ten are G. Doggart, (Capt
Hutton last month. Nothing like Camb University); J Dewe
this effortles gathering of runs (Cambrige University); C Van
at high speed had been seen at Ryneveld, (Oxford University):
Leicester for many year In C Knott (Hampshire); James
forty minutes after tea Weeke Langridge (Sussex); H. Gimblett,
made 76. He and Worrell added (Somerset); R. Clarke, (North-
309 in 145 minutes and in the last amptonshire); H Stephenson









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fielders by running daring sir (Glamorgan); B. Muncer, (Gla-
gie Leicestershire h no coun rgat

ter to such brilliance Worrell —Reuter
should have been caught at 134

off-Sperry and Weckes at 105 off

Walsh. Worrell’s second hundred

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These were the highest scores



@ from page 5
j} like to extend a warm welcome
; to Miss Molly Radcliffe who has
taken over the Dancing Class in
School now that Madam Bro-
mova has left the Island. I hope
she is going to be very happy
with us. We now have 44 girls

Worrell and Marshall

Open Tennis
‘Tournament
On Saturday

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|
RK. MARSHALL
— 188
and knocked up 603

AT a meeting of the Barbados | Division of the St. John Ambul-
Amateur Lawn Tennis Association |@nce Association.
held on Tuesday the 27th June, the This Entertainment cleared
Members of the Council of the $93.00 and our Cadets are very

A

ciation decided to enter a
1 from Barbados in this year’s
West Indian Championship, to be
held in British Guiana during Sep-




tember In an effort to select a
team to represent Barbados, the
jarbados Amateur Lawn Tennis
Association has decided to run a
series of matches here on the
courts of the Belleville and
Strathclyde Tennis Clubs which

have been lent to the Association
for the use of the Association on
one day per week each

All clubs which are affiliated to
the Association have been asked
to nominate their four best play-
ers who would be available to
make a trip to British Guiana in
September

The Council of the Association
have decided not to run the local
tournament on a knock-out basis,
but to arrange the matches in an
effort to discover the best combin-
ations tq represent Barbados

It is Red that the public will
give this local tournament their
whole-hearted support, and the
Association has decided to charge
an entrance fee of 1/- at these
games in an effort to raise funds
to help with the expenses of the
tour

The Tournament opens on Sat-
urday, July 15, and the fixtures
take place at Strathclyde Tennis
Club. Play starts at 4.30 p.m. and
the fixtures are as follows:

Men’s Doubles























































belonging to the Dancing Classes
Music Circle

Music Circle
They

Our .

flourish

here May

continues te
gave a Concert
26th The whole
Music Circle along with other
members of the School attended
a Film Show at the British Coun-
cil on June 22nd where they
were shown ail the various in-
struments of the Orchestra and
other films, Our thanks are due
to Mr. Tucker for arranging this
ior us

Cur Bible Reading Fellowship,
affiliated to the Bible Reading
Felowship in England, now ha;

on

. oe _, | Under-privileged children from the| turning out of good Christian

hil our Animus KecUnion wits] Cathedral District and the Salva-| Citizens of Barbados
those members who have left tion. Army. In April the Com- We want our gitte to: be cour- SHEETING
School panies camped in the grounds of |teous, reliable, ready to assume iii

We are very grateful to Canon ed ree. Fever : oe responsibility, looking to the
Harvey Read for coming to our mar. oe thoveaghiy eatieved |needs of others before their own,
Re-Union and giving us a most teen patton The Giitnes tthe “| willing, nay eager to serve the|
helpful and inspiring talk. ha py surprise one morning when cummunity to the very best of | WHITE Per yd 1. RED per yd 5

At the end of last year fifty- Mrs Sigies very indi ‘visited their ability in gratitude for the
three members of our St! John the Camp We are grateful to the | Opportunities they themselves
Ambulance Association obtained Rev. Haynes for allowing us to have had.
their Preliminary First Aid Oer- camp in the School grounds. The|, It is my earnest hope, there-
tifcates. IT know that Mrs. Sav- Companies took part in all other fore, that the following beautiful
age especially will be very re- activities ofthe Association in-| Verse. by the Rev, G. A. Stud-|

lieved to hear that these certifi- Juding the Guide Fair where they |@¢"t-Kennedy may be taker as a) 0
cates have been presented al- eee th : He neat ld Stall alon with | Rule of Life’ by all past, present} . .
on the Guides of St Philip. * ~ fand future ppamnbere of St, Mich-|

n May 19 a Variety Entertain- i a ve aye | ael’c Girls’ School:—

ment was put on here to raise Our Ranger Company numbers ' ; “To give, and give, and give again,

funds to assist with the pureHas-
ing of the uniforms of our Cadet

grateful to Miss Symmonds who

organized and ran the Enter-

tainment for them. Our thanks
are due to Miss Harper, Miss

Pickering and Miss _ Phyllis

Bowen who take the First Aid

Classes on Friday afternoons,

Our Old Girls’ Association con-
tinues to be active. In December
members of the Choral Group paid
their Annual visit to the St. Mi-
chael’s Infirmary. They enter-
tained the inmates of the male sec
tion with Christmas Carols and
distributed sweets and flowers t
beth male and female inmate
Christmas Cheer in the form of
hampers was sent to six poor old
ladies in the parish of St. Michae!

30 In Games Group

The Games Group now has a
membership of 30 girls who, are
being trained in Net-ball by Mr
Bruce St. John.

The Annual Re-union was held
here on March 2 and 60 Old Girls
New Officers of the
Association were elected.

We are pleased to welcome back
Elese Murray who had a Scholar-
ship to study Infant Teaching in
England, and has returned to her
post as Inspector of Infant Meth-
ods in the Elementary Schools. A
large number of our Old Girls
give up much of their spare time
to the work of various Clubs and
Organisations, and thus are ren-
dering good service to the Com-
munity.

day another of our old girls hearc
of her promotion
gratulate Miss Ercil
being |
All Saints Girls’ School pre ge P .
Our Brownie Pack now number: : a great deal
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sne
the
ing her absence Miss Jean Best i
acting Brown Owl

Guide Companies remain at
maximum, 36
Twenty-four

pleted their Second Class Test.
December the Guides held

the Company visited.

;CO-operation they
being one of the ten Charge Nurses | times.

who gave the best
Hospital for 1948-49

service to the
Mid-day to-

I heartily con-

Osbourne or

say

appointed Headmistress o

15. There are 10 enrolied Brown-
es and 5 Recruits. Miss Quintyne
Owl, has resigned a
is now married and living in
U.S.A. Miss Symmonds,

Tawny Owl, is still on leave

Sche

Brown

our

Dur- | idea

4 Guides

The numbers two Gir
th
in each Company.

of these

in our

have com-
In |
their
usual Christmas Party for 35!

24. During the Easter Term there |
was an overnight hike to Paynes
Bay and a Day’s hike near the
Christ Church Lighthouse which
In April the
Company held a successful Danc¢
in aid of its Overseas Camp.

They are now looking forward
to a week-end Camp in the holi-
days. The Company took part in
all parades held during the year
and in tne Entertainment on June
23 and 24 run by the Rangers of
the Island in aid of the Girl Guide
Headquarters Fund.

I have to thank Miss Millington
and the Rangers for a fine gift of
Girl Guide Books for our Library.

I am very glad to be able to

announce that in future we
shall be importing our own
Text Books for Sale to the
girls. We hope to have the
majority of our Books on Sale
from the beginning of the Jan-
uary Term 1951. We are very
grateful to the Government
for giving us a grant to start
this Scheme.

We are sorry to loose Mrs. Sweet
as a member of our Governing
Body. She has had to resign as
she is now living in Trinidad. Mrs.
Sweet was at all times keenly in-
terested in the Welfare of the
School

We extend a hearty welcome
to Mrs. Burrowes who has been
appointed a Member of our Gov-
erning Body in place of Mrs.
Sweet

“The Sun Shines”

We are grateful to the Bridge-
town Players for sending the
School six Complimentary Tickets
both for “While the Sun Shines”



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some of you

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onclusion |
perhaps 1
here

on the results of

Certificate

This is a Government
ondary School and it is but right!
that the public should have some
f the standard the School |
achieves in work, |

give me at
I hope everyone will visit
the Exhibition of
Housecraft Room
cf the proceedings here

In ¢

work
after

t may
that
of

the
should

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in

like

‘It is most important, how-

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right gle

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“What God has given thee;
“To spend thyself, nor count the cost
“To serve |
“The God who gave all worlds that are |
“And all that

priously

are to be”

ever, that both pupils, parents
prospective
should realise that the
mary aim of the training giv-
en at St. Michael’s Girls’
Sehaol is not the obtaining of
a School Certificate, even a
Grade L. Certificate, but the

parents

pri-



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The tournament continues at |Headmistress of St. Peter's Girls’| Health Service | An Original Story by MANCHESTER BODDY
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18th July at 4.30 p.m, tense Daniel, Isaline Connell and] ucker of the Diactod by RICHARD THORPE «Produc ty EDHIN H. KNOPF
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Fixtures for will be Foster who A METRO-GOLOWYN-MAYER PICTURE @

published in Sunday’s Advocate

HEN Great Britain carried off the European Bridge title
for the third consecutive year, our players did more
than nose out victors in a remarkable last-round photo

Tuesday Daphne have
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match points. the result is a Combermere match takes place at Pr oe } oa ach Se ae ee Body for the very great interest | ¢ ~
Craw, ritain and Sweden each next November. Three of them the schdol grounds today at 1 vy ch OBY; sy 7 Barrow i they take in the welfare of the ¥
Ost three matches, the adverse had never played before in the i . % A on being awarded a rize for - ea hae ¥
margins in our case being five. European Ct mpionships, at p.m. The “Past” will be repre-l Anatomy and Physiology and |School . The unfailing support | J
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due to the exigencies has only recently returned from wuts pnt, G . mast : ‘ ee oe
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onto get the last ounce aut of tye tion in saying that normally” we Y.M.P.C. DANCE * PICTURE with HURD HATFIELD | As : 20TH CENTURY-FOX MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION
cards in. this department tt would have we Oe a Gecinive Joan Witles -Tom Powers Ray Walker and Maylia x Added Aitraction p tery . + UCTION
ee » aus aly margin fac generously 4, a 1 tt . ‘ SEYMOUR FRIEDMAN : . eye ;
yar ene canoes re idmitted by the Dutch them- Saturday, 15th July (rriton ter the fereen by Report Liaott and freak Bort AND % (1) “HARVEST TIME” (Terrytoon in Technicolor)
clear-cut superiority re selves We utbid them on many — wie” as in emndiahs a en AND _ omen 3 (2) “CHANCE TO LIVE” (Latost March of Time)
ms ' 1ands, out our luck was dead out EC ES f AAAIT| EMOTION
Strongest challenge — 5a 2P§s, Senay like, an gexcpse : was Seereva ONS! WHO SANGERSI YR | ote tote oo eo ODO oo ASO oto tote otstotetytet, tt, 0%
‘ ong { for defeat, I hasten to add that In aid of Cricket Section a ¥
The men's team in the open ee peeeyed. te tose Sy margns? . oo sain
it consisted of M. Harriso ater in he wee agains ememb: Pate— GOT eemrmememeaacenaens — Saarinen
Gray (eaptainy J.C. Hu Mare, Belgium and Tay Tarn. 0, ee COME ONE!
L. W. Dodds, K. W. Konstam i in this peeks acds same a 15th July. % x
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the British Commonwealth in ‘ dard Bridge in action { 5 %
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