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The Barbados advocate
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Havbados :

“EVERYTHING WOULD TASTE NICER” —

IF U.K. HAD MORE SUGAR

Gonservative Tells House

ESTABLISHED ee

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PRICE: FIVE CENTS





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receive during 1951, 2,226,000 tons

Of Commons

LONDON, June 1

PLEA FOR MORE SUGAR on the ground

that it would improve Britain’s morale and
result in higher production was made in the House
of Commons today by Gerald Williams, Conserva-
tive. He said there was no doubt that the nation
was still undernourished, though this was denied
from the Government front bench.

“More sugar would make it easier for the house-
wife and this would lead to happier homes,”’ he

added.

“Everything would taste nicen
which have a great psychological
effect and tempers are thereby
improved.”

Housewives in his constituency
had complained that there were
too many sweets in the shops and
that was why they could not get
enough sugar.

Mr. Williams thought there was
plenty of sugar if Britain aimed
to use the full production of the
Empire.

There was no shortage in the
West and there had been an Em-
pire surplus.

He did not think that if moré
sugar was available, it would cost
the Government more in subsidies.

He thought the housewife paid
her own subsidy by paying five
pence for sugar, but seven pence
for sugar in manufactured goods.

There was a total surplus of
$25,000 tons and he asked what
Government were going to do
with that. “If we cannot re-
move rationing the ration should
be increased. But it would be
wiser to abolish it altogether”.

If rationing were abolished,
output in industry would go up
and it would help health and
morale as well.

F. T. Willey, Parliamentary
Secretary to the Ministry of Food,
replied that nothing would delight
the Minister of Food more than
te be able to increase supplies of

sugar. People would like more
Sugar .
“We estimate that we shall

000 tons of commonwealth sugar
and 590,000 tons of raw sugar
from our own beet crop.

There may be other sugar
available but it would be dollar
sugar. It is not a fact that there
are large surpluses of sugar go-
ing abegging.”

On the free market over the
past three months the price of
sugar had risen from 40 shillings
a cwt to 56 shillings.

In Queensland disastrous floods
had affected the sugar crop and
Britain would get 1,000,000 tons
less. They woftd also be af-
fected by drought which had
similarly affeeted @e crop in Fiji.

To maintain throughout the
year the 10-ounce ration with
seven one pound bonuses which

were given last year, Britain
needed 1,102,000 tons of refined
sugar. Over and above that to-

tal manufdcturing requiremenits
were 920,000 tons giving a total
of 2,222,000 tons to meet present
rations and allocations.

“To provide this we need
2,274,000 tons raw sugar against
estimated supplies of 2,226,000
tons,” Willey said.

“We should therefore be able
comfortably to maintain our pres-
ent position throughout 1951 but
the prospect of derationing can
hardly arise on these figures.

—Reuter.






















ed in



Reds Slow
Down U.N.

Offensive

TOKYO, June 1.

Communist resistance to- day
Slowed down the United Nations
offensive in Korea but did not
stall the drive.

United Nations troops probed
forward along the whole Korea
front and in the east central sector
a patrol re-entered Yanggu.

Supported by artillery and air
bombardments, they were gather-
strength against Commu-
nists trying to hold approaches to
Chorwon and Kumwha both some
20 miles north of the 38th parallel
on the central front.

Communists reaction to United

States attacks indicated they could}
when necessary, produce at least
battalion sized holding groups.

But they were still seen travelling

northwards and indications were
that they had not fully recovered

from the blows they had re-
ceived during the last two!
weeks,

—Reuter.



India Approves
~ Curb Speech Bill

NEW DELHI, June 1.
The Indian Parliament today
“pproved by 228 votes to 19 the
restriction on the freedom of
speech and expression clause in
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Neh-
ru’s. Bill amending the Indian

Constitution.

Final votes on the whcle bill is

expected to be taken tomorrow.

—Reuter.

De Valera Wins 69

DUBLIN, June 1
Final results of the Republic of
lheland’s General Elections an-
nounced late tonight gave the

four-party Coalition 64 seats.
De Valera’s Conservative Party
Fianna Fail had 69. Analysis of
the seats at the final count was:
Fianna Fail 69, Fine Gael 40,
Labour 16, Farmers 6, RPepubli-
cans 2, Independents 14.—Reuter.

CRUZ {N BELGRADE

BELGRADE, June 1.
Herman Santa Cruz, Chairman
of the United Nations Economic



and Social Council and Chile’s
permanent delegate arrived in
Belgrade last night by plane.

—Reuter.



Vietnamh Rebels
Renew Attacks

TONKING, Indo-China, June 1.
VIETNAMH REBEL TROOPS 4,000 strong to-day re-
newed attacks in Southwest of French-held Tonking del-

ta, the French Army announced today.

Attacks came after

a day’s lull in the five-day battle to break through French

___defences in the e delta.

It 0 Greek Officers
Confined

ATHENS, June 1

Ten senior Greek officers in-
cluding three Brigadier Generals
were reported today to have been
confined to their quarters for in-
quiries into “sporadic acts of in-
subordination.”

The Cabinet has ordered inves-
tigation of these acts “which fol-
lowed immediately after the
resignation of Field Marshal
Alexander Papagos, Greek Com-
mander-in-Chief, on Wednesday.

—Reuter.





Jailed For Spying

BELGRADE, June 1.
A Belgrade military court today
sentenced 56-year-old Captain
Ludovit Kovac of the Yugoslav
Navy to 20 years’ imprisonment
and loss of citizen rights for es-







Yesterday French paratroops
had hurled Vietnamh attackers
back into the mountains and re-
eovered all ground the French
troops lost in the first three days
of the assault.

French forces had rushed uj:
to 28 miles of the front along
the line of the Day. River when
the Vietnamh attack began on
Monday night in the direction of

UN. Fol ollowing
Right Course
Says Acheson

WASHINGTON, June 1.

Secretary of State Dean Acheson
denied today that he started the
movement for the recall of Gen-
eral MacArthur or that the
Supreme Commander's dismissal
was urgéd hy American Allies.

Acheson told the Stnate Investi-
gation Ccammittee he had never
met MacArthur. He learned that
he was to be dismissed in a tele-
phone call from President Truman
he added.

Acheson also that the
American State Department
vetoed in 1949 the Defence De-
partment’s effort to send a military
mission to Formosa,

said

Answering a estion on the
war in Korea Achescn said that
no one could predict when the
fighting would end. Neither the
Administration nor its critics
would purchase settlement by al-
lowing the aggressors to profit by
their wrongs he said.

“Neither believes that destruc
tion or unconditional surrender
of the aggressor is necessary to
attain the goal,” he added.

Acheson added that all the
President’s advisers believe that
the course we are now following
gives us the best chance of stop-
ping hostilities and ending aggres-
sion in Korea.

Acheson said Truman’s military
advisers believed MacArthur's pre-
posals for enlargement of the
Korean war would not exercise a
prompt and decisive effect in end-
ing it.

“There must be a measured risk
of general war with China, risk
of Soviet intervention and World
War Three as well as probably, the
; €ffect upon the solidarity of the
free wcrld coalition,” he said. The
inquiry adjourned until tomorrow
at 2 p.m. when Acheson will re-
sume his evidence,

—Reuter,



*
Young Guianese
Gets Job In
Windwards
From Our Own Correspondent
GRENADA, June 1.,
Mr. G. E. Luck, former Assist-
ant Master of the Grenada Boys’
Secondary School and Acting .As-
sistant Chief Secretary of the'

Windward Islands since 1949, has
been appointed to the newly cre-





ated post of Assistant Secretary of
Finance and Economics of the
Windwards.

Luck will be a member of the
Governor's Headquarters’ staff and
will work under the Direction of
the Financial Economic Adviser,

Alistair McLeod-Smith,

Twenty-nine years old, Luck is
a British Guianese and was edu-
cated at Queen’s College and the
London University, holding B.A.,!
B.Se Economics and LL.B. He
has also passed the finals for and
was called to the English Bar. He
holds the Cambridge Certificate
for teachers in education.



3 Agree On £50m
Yugoslav Aid Plan

LONDON, June 1.
United States, British and
French officials in conference here,
have now agreed in principle to
£50,000,000 economic aid to Yugo-|
slavia it was disclosed today.

Officials were understood to be
now examining the possibility ot
these percentages for individual
contributions: United Sti ates 624,
Britain 25 and France 12

The contemplated Bea as-
sistance, will be in the form of a
grant, not a loan,



—Reuter.



Lorry Drivers
Return To Work

LONDON, June 1
Many of the 13,000 British long
distance lorry drivers who have
been on strike since Monday, were
returning to work today. The

Phuly 35 miles south of the| whole nationalised transport sys-
Tonking capital of Hanoi. tem was expected to be running
at full strength again tomorrow
French Army _ headquarters} following the vote to return passed
here said insurgents had crossed|py the men’s unofficial strike
the Day River and occupied the committee last night.
village Phuong Tuong 5 miles| ‘The strike was held as a protest
south west of Phuly. agnicet the inspection system

Another large concentration
Vietnamh troops had
Dengphunho 6 miles south of
Ninhbinh. Planes dropped food
and ammunition yesterday to
garrison of 500 to 1,000 Vietnam
partisans. —Reuter

encircled



Jap Ship Refloated

of} started by the State-run

road
haulage executive.—Reuter.



|Cabinet meeting after

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“MAJOR” LAMBERT, former Abe. to His Excel lency the Governor checks up on flying fish, rum,

turtle shell, “conch” lamps, pottery,

Kingdom at this year’s British Industries Fair.

i nit annette mena

paintings and other Barbadian products. exhibited in the United

Truman Appeals Breaks Into

For Settlement
Of Persian Oil Crisis

LONDON, June 1.

PRESIDENT TRUMAN to-day made a double bar-
relled attempt to settle the Persian oil crisis by sending
personal messages to the Persian and British Prime Minis-

ters calling for the opening
His message to M

of otiations.
ohsmined Tebeddegh delivered in

Teheran to-day by United States Ambassador Henry Prady

Ibrady declared that an “

explosive” situation exists in

Persia and urged the Government to begin discussion with
the British isle ation. ne
it. noha ‘eon ewe el i

that United States Aibaeeecer
Walter Gifford delivered the
President's message to Foreign
eatery Herbert Morrison to-
ay

Moseddegh called an immediate
receiving
Truman’s message. He said he
would inform both Houses of
Farliament about it tomorrow.

The message was sent to Tru-
man’s own initiative and neither
ithe British nor American Am-
bassador knew it was coming.
Motrison told the House of Com-
mons a few days ago that Bri-
tain was willing to send a dele-
gation to Persia.

While Moseddegh was disecus-
sing the situation with the Cab-
inet today, 700 children arrived
outside the building for a dem-
onstration,

It was announced in Teheran
today that General Shahbakhti
has been recalled from his post
as Governor-General of the South
|Persian vil province of Khuzis-
tan and Commander of the forces
in the south.

Amir Alai, Minister for Nation-
al Economy who is to head the
delegation to supervise taking over
of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Com-
pany will manage affairs in the
province unti) a new Governor
General is appointed.

Reuter.

British Ship On Way
To The Persian Gulf

VALETTA, June 1.

The British tank landing ship
Messina from. the Mediterranean
fleet is on her way to the Persian
Gulf it was learned here tox day

A tank landing ship is a flat
pottomed vessel of about 1,000 tons
with doors in its beaws which en-
ables it to run right up onto the
beach and run tanks and cther
vehicles straight on to land,

The 800 ton British aay
Mauritius is now awaiting orders
at Trincomale, Ceylon about 210
miles from Abadan,

The Admiralty said two days
ego it could be assumed that the
cruiser was being kept “within
a reasonable distance” of Persia
in case of emergency.

—Reuter.



REDS SWEPT OUT

ROME, June 1.
Italy’s Communist Party _ the
biggest in Europe has been swept
from about 800 to 1,200 munici-
palities, towns and villages it con-
trolled for five years in the
strategically important “red belt”

of northern Haly. —Reuter.



Queen And Priticess
Visiting Belfast

BELFAST,
Northern Ireland, June 1

Thousands of police lined the
route and two police cars headed
the procession when Queen
Elizabeth and Princess Margaret
drove in an open car through
Belfast to-day.

Tight security precautions were
in force because of threats from
Irish Nationalists agitating for
Union of all Ireland as a iepublie.

But huge crowds lining the
streets gave the Queen and her
daughter a warm welcome as they
drove to the Farm and Factory
Exhibition which is Northern
Trefand’s contribution to the Fes-

tival of Britain.
There were no threatening inei-

dents or demonstrations.

King George had cancelled his|

visit on the adyice of his doctors.

Known agitators in Northern
Ireland have been held until the
four days Royal. visit is over.

In Dublin, capital of the Repub-
lic of Ireland to-day a black flag
the headquarters ot
Irish Nationals Or-
large poster

flew from
Sinn Fein,
ganisation with a
saying “The _ British Conquerci
Still Rules. The Royal
Means Irishmen Jailed.”
—Reuter.

Visit



Call-Up Age Cut

WASHINGTON,
United States
passed a compromise
the foundation for a
military training programme,
sage was by a voice vote
legislation also lowers the
mum call up age to 184 years and
adds three months to military
{service required of conscripts
The House of Representatives ig
expected to act on the Bill next
week —Reuter

June 1
Senate to-day
Bill laying
universal
Pas-
This
mini-



BODIES OF 38
MINERS FOUND

EASINGTON COUNTY,
Durham, June 1
Rescue teams working in dan-
gerous gas fumes and dust clouds
had today located 38 bodies of 81

mén entombed in Tuesday's
explosion here.

This left 43 stil) missing
yards underground. All

finding them alive had been

abandoned.

Officials say the explosion

i history.—Reuter.



was |catarrhal
one of the worst in British mine }lung

Princess
Residence

LONDON, June 1
An intruder broke into Princess
Elizabeth’s London home last
night and struck down a woman
telephone operator. Police emer-

gency “Flying Squad” cars anc
motor cycle police were thrown
around the building, Clarenc«
House.

Th rincess had just returned
from Epsom races meeting ac-

cording to the London Daily Mail,

The telephon® operitor, abous
40, challenged the intruder when
phe found him in the middle ol
the ground floor of Clarence
House near the’ telephone ex-
change. He tried to break throug!

to the front part of the house
and knocked her out with a blow
on the face.

She cut her arm as she fell
The Mail reported that afte:

the alarm was raised the man ran
back and disappeared through
rear door

Police searcher every room and
corridor trying to discover where
he broke in, —Reuter



Dockers Advised
Go Back to Work

MANCHESTER, England,
June 1}.
Manchester's 2,300 striking
+ dockerg were advised tc-night by
their leaders to return to work
immediately. They have been
idle five weeks and have held up
more than 80 ships because they
cbjected to the suspension of two
men who refused to do overtime



The men's leaderg said they
had been given full assurance
that the a would be

Reuter



Re saith Shelved

LONDON, June 1,
The Anglo-Iranian Oil Com-

pany’s request to the Internationa]

Court at the Hague

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over the dispute with Persia has
been shelved by the court as a
similar application has been

lodged by the British Government
the Anglo-[ranian Oi) Company
jlated here to-day.

This move was not interpretéd

here as being a rejection of the
Company’s appeal to the Court}
for the appointment of an arbi-
trator

—Reuter



KING GEORGE
LONDON, June 1.

for arbitration!

$433,468 In April

"THE VALUE of total imports into Barbados in
April 1951 was $3,857,831, according to the
report of the Comptroller of Customs.
Total exports were valued at $4,329,363. Bar-
bados exported PRs oe valued at $2,124,124 to

Canada andeat $

809,080 to the United Kingdom.

It imported only $433,468 of goods from Canada, but

$1,988,254 from the United

Major imports from the United Kingdom were :

Kingdom.
motor

cars ($160,162); motor trucks ($53,712); and motor car parts

($28,015). |

Uphold Spy’

Conviction

WASHINGTON, June 1.
The U.S. Court of Appeals to-
day upheld the espionage convic-
on of Judith Coplon, 29, but left
the way open for a possible new
trial Miss Cop lon, former Justice
Jepartment employee was con-
icted in 1949

The Appeals Court to-day con-
irmed her sentence of 40 months
to 10 years but directed further
proceedings to find out if her con-
versations with her lawyer before
nd during the trial were tapped
If so the Court of Appeals direct-
ed that a new tral be ordered



Miss Coplen was charged with
he removal of Government re-
cords with intention to aid a for
eign power

Later she and Valentin Gu-
bitehev, Russian engineer were
convicted of plotting to spy for
Russia. Each received 15 years’
| Sentences in that case

Gubitchevy had worked for the
United Nations and was allowed
to return to Russia —Reuter.



U.S. Cannot Offer
Troops For U.N.

Security Force

WASHINGTON,

The United States
the United Nations
not offer any troops for the pro-
jected United Nations collective
ecurity force at present as all her
ivailable forees are tied up in

June |
will inform
that she can-

Korea and Western Europe, offi-
lals said today.
These officials said Warren
Austin, United States representa-
}iive in the United Nations, had
been instructed to make this reply

1o the organisation’s request of its
60 members for indication of the
trength and size of military forces
they could offer.

But he is expected to emphasise
that the United States Govern-
ment will review the problem
loter to decide what specific
American military units could be}
contributed to United Nations!
forces.—Reuter,



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The King has developed inflam- |

mation of the
cially announced

lung it
from

pit;ham Palaee to-day. |
A bulletin signed by four doe «|
300] tors said the King has been confin- |
hope of]|ed to his room for

the past weelr
influenza
area Oi

attack of
now a small

with an
There is
constitutional dis-

slight.” —CP).

but the
turbance is

Persia Will Settle—Mexican Way

NEW YORK, June 1.
A New York Columnist said
today that Persia had offered to
settle the oil dispute with Brit-





pionage on behalf of the Czech BUENOS AIRES, June 1. ain on lines of the agreement be -
secret service. The Japanese freighter Baikau| tween the United States and
Fifty-nine year ¢ld Madame} Maru which was refloated yester-| Mexico.
Kovac, wife of the naval officer,|day after running aground 24 Robert Allen syndicated col-
received three years for having|hours earlier in the River Plate| umnist for the New York Post
aided her husband. All defend-|ran aground again today. She is | said that the coffer was made
its had pleaded guilty after a|carrying a cargo of scrap iron for | secretly through United States
tw » = day trial Buenos Aires from Yckoham: | diplomatic thannel
—Reuter Reuter ' J 5t

in favour of accepting it and
these views had been forcefully
conveyed to London, Allen said.
The State Department had pro-
posed to Persia that Justice
William Douglas of the United
States Supreme Court could be
named arbitrator to conduct the
settiement talks, Allen said,

The

United States-Mexican

ied betweer



American oil cormpanies whose
properties in Mexico were taken

over by the Government

Expropriation took place in
March 1938 and in November
1941 agreement was reached in

principle between. the United
States and Mexico Governments
for payment of compens
American oil companie

The irr sgreed ter

ation t



within the five
1947
1947

was completed
year period 1942-
On August 29,
was signed by the Mexican Gc
ernment and the Mexican Eagle
Oil Company which had Ameri-
can and Mexican as well
Dutch, Briti h and other share
holders, for payment of compe
Satior on appro>, mate
130,000,000 ne

ent

ifreement





was offi-
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Machinery from the United
oer ym. was valued at $128,776
comp ared with purchases of
ah $25,766 frem thé . United
States of America ‘

Frem the United Kingdom Bar -
bados imported $131,947 of cotton
piece goods compared with only
18,442 from Canada. And the
United Kingdom supplied a furth-
er $120,115 of other cotton manu-
factures as compared with only
$7,111 from other Countries

The United Kingdom also sold
Barbados $106,350 worth of shoes
and $75,011 art silk piece goods.

Paints and colours from the
United Kingdom imported into
Barbados in April were valued
at $65,789: from Canada $4,048

After the United Kingd@ém and
Canada the greatest volume of
Barbadian imports came from
T inidad ($224,683) United States
ot America ($151,293) Belgium
($139,049) Holland ($128,698)
Uruguay ($120,055) British Gui-
ana ($113,422) and Argentine
($108,843).

Major destination of Barbaciai
exports after Canada’ and the
United Kingdom is, other coun-
tries ($62,090) Dominica ($51,994)
Trinidad ($49,365) British Guiana
($43,230) United States ($38,383)
Grenada ($32,872) Holland
($32,545) St. Lucia ($29,172)
fave ($29,159) St. Kitts Nevis
$27,349).

Major imports from Canada
Flour ($118,656) Shingle
($103,802) Salted Pork ($65,428)
Dried Fish ($45,075) and Canned
Fish ($40,863).

Major exports tc Canada are
Wark Crystal Sugar ($1,641,220)
and Fancy Molasses ($543,930).



Truman Signs
Defence Bill

WASHINGTON, June |
President Truman has signed
a $6,442,668,000 supplementary
appropriation bill, most of it ear-
marked for national defence, This
is $46,900,000 Jess than he sought
It ineludes $59,223,000 for the

Atomic Energy Commission
~—Reuter

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Carib Calling

ee







= is delighted to hear
Ye Mr. R. G. Mapp, M.C.P.
rf The Beacon”, the organ of
the yarbados Workers’ Union, i
cing to the United Kingdom a
2 guest of His Majesty's Govern-
ment It is the ish of Cariw j
an@ mo@st ef his readers that Mr

Mat# will come back to Barbado
refreshed and with an improvea
knowledge of journalism in the {|
United Kingdom.
Roufine Visit
S® GEORGE SEEL, Head of
Development and Welfare
ft yesterday by B.W.LA. for
Jamaica on routine visit. He
will also visit British Honduras
the Bahamas and Trinidad, re-
turning to Barbados in abou‘
three weeks time
Also off to Jamaica yesterday
went Mr, D. Percival, Assistant
Economie Adviser to C.D. and
W. He is en route to England t
atiend a meeting. He is expected
to be away approximately thise
weeks.
To-night
ISTENERS to the BBC pro-
gramme to-night at 7.15 will
bé able to hear a programme for
the West Indies on the 25 or 31
metre band. Included in this
programme is a recording made
on board the Bruno (shortly be-
fore she left London for
Indies) giving details of the new
service. Bruno which is chartered
by the Saguenay Terminals Line
has a gross tonnage of 4,000 tons
and can carry twelve passengers
This is her maiden voyage to the
West Indies. She is due to arrive
in Barbados, June 10th.
Girl Guides Fair
“HE GIRL GUIDES of Bar-
bados and their helpers have
everything ready for a grand timc

this afternoon at their Fair at

the Drill Hall. It begins at 3

o’cleck and lasts until 10 p.m,
Taking Advantage

Â¥T SEEMS as if West Indians
are taking advantage of

6.W.1.A.’s Family Travel Plan. Of



the nineteen passengers arriving
from Trinidad yesterday morn-
ing ight were children accom-
panied hv their parents
"Not Returning
“ve SARGEANT who re-
turned from Canada on

Thursday will not be returnin: to
McGill University. He has grad-
vated from McGill with the
degree of B.Sc. in Agriculture. He
es Barbados on June 14th for
Trinidad where he will be work-
permanently.

Covered | Meeting

R. HECTOR BERNARD of
the Jamaica Gleaner whc
covered the Caribbein Regional
Economic Meeting for his paper
Jeft yesterday by B.W.1.A. for
Jamaica via Trinidad.

THE

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ing





BY THE WAY

SEE that the question of open-
ing the Festival on Sundays

is coming up. I hope we are in
for the old controversy about what

constitutes a variety entertain-
nent or stage show.

If a concert singer adopts a
false moustache on a Sunday, for
merely romantic reasons, he is
sure to be pounced on. Doubts
about a false nose can be settled
by allowing the Security Police

one tweak. If the Sabbath-break-
ing upholstery comes off the wear-
er can be accused of giving a cir-
cus-turn. Wrestling, of course,
should count as ballet, or “public
dancing-
Where is the Rocket ?
VERY eye is turned to the sky

to-day whence, it is hoped,
Mrs. -Mulhuish will burst once
more upon a grateful world. The
vast sand-pit dug for the rccket’s

reception stands ready at Waggling
Parva. Strabismus believes’ that
the sheer accuracy of the mechan-

ism will probably return the
rocket into the very hole whence
it set out. Professor Gackwynde,

on the other hand,
of even one hundred millionth of
a nylometre in the percussion-
rer would result in a diserep-

says that error





ancy of perhaps forty-four fur-
longs between the place of depar-
ture ind the place of arrival.
“That,” says Gackwynde, “would



bring her down on top of the food-
office at Mock-pudding Cross.” Of
course, the rocket is so constructed
as to take the full force of its
landing on its valvular bdellium
shock-absorbers. Nothing will be
heard but a whoosh as the nozzle
nuzzles into the specially prepared
sand . (Was that a flash seven-
ty miles up? .. .)
from Leading Article

- WHILE it would be absurd
to expect from the fortuitous ar-

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KHAKI SHIRTI

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ADVENTURES

BARBADOS AD






JOAN and Sheila Lewis off to the U.S.

three months holiday.

St. Vincent Air Service
ING COMDR., L., A. Eggles-
field, Director General of

Civil Aviation in this area, left on
Thursday afternoon for St. Vincent
by B.G. Airways. There he will
discuss the operations of the St,
Vincent Air Service with the Ad-
ministrator. He will then be going
to Trinidad to attend the annual
meeting of the Eastern Caribbean
Hurricane Sub-Committee. He
expects to return to Barbados on
June 5th,

For Barbados Holiday

RS. FRANK FULLER and
four children arrived from
Trinidad yesterday by B.W.1A.,

to spend just over a month's holi-
day in Barbaldos.

Mrs. ree husband, who is
the engineer the Trinidad Light
Aeroplane Club, expected to
arrive here tomorrow to join them
for the holiday.

They are staying
House, St. Lawrence.

is

at Battery

OF

of a char
woman any accurate or even
relevant information concerning
that planet, yet the event is, of
itself. startling enough. Nor mus
we forget that, though the publi

rival on the moon











appetite for sensationalism is in-
clined to Sxaugerate the purely
trivial, behind what has happened
is the ire of a respected scient-
ist. It is he who constructed the
rocket, and he who, had it not
been for a misfortune as unexpect-
ed as it was inconvenient, would
have been the first visitor to

raoon. We may hope that the

nocent victim of this mischance
will return ind that he
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Moffidge’s Law
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Now that its work is finished the
sledge tips Rupert off into the snow
and stands itself up against the
cottage wall. ‘*And whatever has

been happening now ?"' cries Mrs.
Bear. Wher he has collected his
wits Rupert tries to explain, burt

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ers OTNES, thirty-one-year-
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Keason for his visit? He has | SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1951
come over to see some friends he % *m—l2.15 Pp m £0.40

giving concerts, teaching at uni-
versities and musical schools. This
will be his third professional visit
te Buenos Aires. He sang there ip

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For the past five years he ne
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and Canada yesterday on
LOSS
>

-,

Three Monthis’ Holiday

ISS Joan and Sheila Lewis
daughters of Mr. and Mrs,
M. C. Lewis of Barbarees left yes-
terday morning by B,.W.LA. for
Antigua. They are on their way to
North America on three months’
holiday. They will spend two
weeks in New York and two and
a half months in various parts of
Canada, ;
Other passengers leaving for
Antigua were Mrs. Josephine
Astaphan and son George and Mr
Norman Marshall of the Singer
Sewing Machine Company.

e

aa
eee

Nina in Action

EMBERS of the Polo Club tel.
me that plans for thei
Annual Ball, which this year wil
be held at the Paradise Beach
Club on July 2ist, are in ful
swing.
The Nina will be moored off-
shore and special entertainmen,
will take place on board her,

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so that he has to begin a “ht ” a 4
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“TM tell you what! “é you'll help
me get it off you can try it on your
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present in Barbados, before going The News, 7.10 am. News Analysis, 7.15
down to Buenos Aires for the °-™ _Prosramme Parade, 7.20 a.m. From
opera henson the Editorials, 7.30 am. From the Third
eta RERENT. Programme; $00 a.m. Monia Lite
Muartet; 815 a.m. Surrey v. South Afri-

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~pesar ae j a sas Tiews. 9.10 aim. Homg News from Brit-
necessary to ask if he was from in 11.15 am, Listeners’. Choice, 11.45
Norway. Jonn has been working ,..,, Programme Parade, 11,50 a.m.
with the Venezuelan Governmeat, dgeriude. 12.00 inoon) he News, 12.16

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Composers of the

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The News; 10.10 p.m.

Mr. Otnes is staying at the Par- Ghteriude, 10,18 p.m. Just Faney, 10.45
adise Beach Club. He will give pm. Yours Faithfully
no performances here, he is on SARHEMAL, Giice a Till
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Returning To-morrow Canada, 11,76 Mes, 25.91 M.
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Pale difference.

Teas for a change.
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(4)
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La
Permitted to la fom Lng “alebe

Second Ger ioe
es pleasur

fou coud aiake ' it tire. (4)

You must have heard this co

lection of cattle. (4)

17 Where you ne | stay in the win
ng villa
18 fur to tonke the Fieet dear? (6)
22 Old fashioned eyes; in ease? (4)
23. Dope, (4) 24. See 1 Down
25. Doctor’s morning dose? (4)
Down
1 and 2 a Absorbing
material. (
: away to ring the end
. Wrenching A chin ni possibly. (7)
f lig a gay sound.
3. Ge loads her to our seats. (5)
6. Confined to college. (5) 6
8. Put finish to small accounts. (6)
il. After the reaper how lean Reg
appears. (7)
15, Entertainment, (5)
19. urer, aarerinn. (4)
at When a mood returns t's fate. (4)

i esterday’s puzzle ,—-Across:
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TO-DAY

from 3 to 10 p.m. ‘S
At 3
The Drill Hall
under the Distinguished

Patronage of His Excei-
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and Lady Savage

By kind permission of the
Commissioner of Police
THE POLICE BAND
under Capt. Raison, will be
in attendance

There will be ..
ATTRACTIVE STALLS
MILK & SNACK BARS
CAKES, SWEETS,
TEAS & ICES
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SATURDAY, JUNE :@, 1951



FEAT
PRISBANE,

STOWAWAYS
CAPETOWN,









Two negroes from West Africa ; yess ha
were foun d hidden in a cargo ship A 40-year-old British inmigrar
and were put ashore at Durban. from Lancashire recently found
They thought they were on a ship his way to Bi ist oe by ocie a

t ney 933 11 h.p. car through France,
bound for the U.K., where they 1 P 7 ones rc
said, after two weeks in pr ison, Algeria, Tunisia, Tripolitania,
they would be allowed to stay and Cyrenaica .: pt, sap ie oy ria,

, ney indefinitely. Iraq, Persia, Pakistan anc a
re His only road trouble: one pune-
> ture.
DEAD
MADRID, «+

Cartagena’s ‘streets one day this WELL HIT
week were covered with dead and ie
dying birds. Buses were hours late DAR-ES-SALAAM,

A 10-month-old baby of Ma-
henge in the Eastern Province of
Tanganyika, threw his bottle out

f his pram. The bottle landed on
the head of a snake and killed it
It was a deadly Black Mamba ane
it was crawling towards the pra...

in starting while special squads
cleared away 100 tons of wet
feathers, It is believed that the
constant and vidlent rainstorms,
now sweeping Spain, must have
caught and destroyed migrating
flocks.

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MATINEE: TODAY at 5 P.
TO-NIGHT TO SUNDAY mont re 8.30
JOAN FONTAINE CARY GRANT
in Alfred Hitchcock's
“SUSPICION”







ECIAL MATINEE: THIS MORNING

(SATURDAY) at 0.30 o'clock
YVONNE De CARLO HOWARD DUFF
“CALAMITY JANE AND SAM BASS”
Color by Technicolor

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John CARRADINE &
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Hoot GIBSON — Bob STEELE

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z 4.30 and 8.15
Continuing Columbia Big Double —
Columbia Pictures presents James MASON and

Joan BENNETT in
Joan CRAWFORI oe
on : “THE RECKLESS
Wendell COREY in MOMENT '”
“HARRIET CRAIG AND

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JOAN WENDELL

CRAWFO RD - COREY
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SATURDAY, JUNE 2,



American Column:

Houses Go

Up And
Costs Cut

From R. M. MacCOLL

NEW YORK.

The private - enterprise home-
builders of America are out to
prove the gloomy Government
forecasters of Wasnington just as
wrong as they ean be.

For Washington officially esti-
mates that because of credit
restrictions and war - induced
ghortages of materials the best
that the builders can do this year
will be 850,000 houses.

But 350 of the country’s big-
gest builders have just finished
a low-cost housing discussion
down in Memphis, Tennessee,
and they scout this Government
estimate.

The optimists think that they
will equal last year’s 1,400,009
new homes. The more cautious

say: “At least 1,000,000."

They plan to beat Government
controls by building more cheap-
ly and to get round Government
rules against down payments by
building to rent instead of to sell.

WHAT is a “boff” in show busi-
néss jargon? It is a smash hit at
the box office. And Howard Hawks
has one on Broadway, with hi
newest film, “The Thing.”

All about a ghastly creature up
at the North Pole, which i
vegetable not human but prefers a
diet of human blood. The theatre
where it is showing is doing its
best business in three years.

AN AMERICAN | groans at
walking one city block if he can
possibly ride—even if it means a
great loss of time. But for a nation
of non-walkers, there is great in-
terest in shoes. Three thousand
people attended the first day of
a Popular Price shoe show which
opened in New York a record,

MRS. PHYLLIS RAINWATER
is divorcing Charles Rainwater
jun. a millionaire “soft drink’
manufacturer, in West Palm
Beach, Florida. At their glitter-
ing wedding some years back the
Rainwaters served only water.

FOR YEARS as the congestion
on ‘America’s streets grew more
intolerable, everyone has been
urging everyone else to “get
tough” with motorists who ignore
parking laws.

They finally did so in Brooklyn
where Miss Clara Gilmer spent
several hours in jail for overpark-
ing. But because Miss Gilmer is 61
everyone is now saying she was
the wrong person to get tous!
with.

PANIC-BUYING, which started
with the Korean war and lingered
on into this year, is now over
according to a nation-wide survey
conducted by the New York
Times.

Leewards Will Not
Process Cotton

The Colonial Products bureau
at the Imperial Institute in Lon-
don has advised the Government
of the Leeward Islands to concen-
trate on the production of Sea
Island Cotton for export, and on
the improvement of the strains of
cotton in Antigua and Nevis,
rather than on establishing a
cotton spinning and weaving plant
in these islands.

The lack of skilied personnel
to process the Leeward Islands
Sea Island cotton, would make
the establishment of a plant im-
possible and too costly.

The cost of machinery alone
for spinning would be £145,000.
Also, the probable local supply of
cotton would not justify a spin-
ning machine with more than
8,000 spindles; the minimum eco-
nomic size is generally regarded
as 12,000 spindles.





























Cor
.,.











“PERFECTO”

1951





@



BARBADOS

ADVOCATE







“MINERS get everything these days, pit-head baths, race horses for pit ponies; bulletins on Rita Hayworth down at coal-face . . .”



Famed Engineer
Declined Offer.
Of Top U.N. Jot

(By J. C. GRAHAM)

WELLINGTON, N.Z., May

Few men nowadays would turn
down a job offering $28,000 a
year—tax free—and stick to one
paying about $5,000. But New
Zealand’s deputy. works commis-
missioner, F, M. Hanson, is a man
of faith and resolution and he's
done just that.

He was offered the. post of
assistant secretary-general in the
Middle East for the United
Nations, at a salary said to be the

highest ever offered” to an en-
sineer in New Zealand. Neither

the fob nor his decision to decline
it surprised the men who fought
under Brigadier Hanson in the
last war, when he won the D.S.O.
and bar and the Military Medal
He also holds the O.B.E.

Field Marshal Viscount Alexan-
der, now Governor-General of
Canada, said once that the en-
gineers Hanson commanded set a
standard of military engineering
which would probably stand for

ali time. Their work was a large
factor in the fame attacned to the
New Zealand Division for. its
battles in Italy and the Middle
East.

“Bull” Hanson and his engin-
eers developed mine-removal
tactics in the Western Desert
which were followed in Field

Marshal Montgomery’s great bat-
tle at El Alamein, and later
became standard practice.

Hanson’s men often got bridg-
es across so tast that formations
on their flanks had to come over
and use them to keep up.

The post which he was offered
recently would have _ involved
work im an‘ area with which he is
closely acquainted, requiring su-
pervision of projects in which he
is an acknowledged authority.
These are highway and _ bridge
construction, irrigation works
housing and farm development
threughout the Middle East.

Hanson considered the offer

earefully before reaching ‘his de-
cision, “I am first and foremost
a New Zealander with a_ great

faith in the future of this coun-
try,” he said, “and that was of
most weight towards the decision
not to accept, greatly attractive
though the offer was for work
in so wide a field.”

He is already near the top in
government engineering service
in New Zealand, and cannot hope
for any great increase in his
present salary. But he doesn’t see
anything remarkable in his de-
cision to stay on here.

“Whet would I do with all] that
money,” he said with a grin.



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Six Steps To Curb
inflation In U.S.

WASHINGTON, May 31.

The United States Chamber of
Commerce today urged Congress
to wipe out the Government's

authority to eontrol wages and
prices, and adopt instead an in-
direct programme to combat in-
flation,
Herman
of the

Steinkraus, President
Chamber's Executive
Committee said in a_ statement
prepared for the House Banking
Committee that price controls
eould only aggravate the infla-
‘ion problem by stifling produc-
won,

He claimed
Wage Board
wage increases
trolling them.

He urged that inflation can
eontrolled by six steps:

1. Maximum production;

2. Reduced Government spend-

that the present
was encouraging
rather than con-

be



ing;

3. Pay you go taxes con-
sistent maintaining incen-
tives to work and produce;”

4. Fiscal policies to neutralise
the federal debt as a source of

inflation;

5. Credit curbs.

6. Stimulation of
savings.

personal
—Reuter.
6 NEWSPAPERMEN
TO VISIT BRITAIN
LONDON, May 31
A six man Argentine press
delegation will fiy to Londen
from Buenos Aires on June 8
for a month’s visit to Britain at
the invitation of the Foreign
Office.
Christopher F. A. Warner, As-
sistant Under-Secretary of State
for Foreign Affairs and British
Ambassador designate to Bel-
gium will hold an evening re-
ception for them here on Mon-
day June 11.





—Renter



Fagin: 1951 Version

ROME.
Police have: arrested in South
Italy a 47-year-old Italian who
was coaching 10 boys, aged be-
tween 12 and 18, in the art of
picking pockets. The boys lived
with their coach and_ practised

pickpocketing on dummies.

Chinese Troops Ready
To Enter Tibet

HONG KONG, may 31.

Peiping radio said to-day that
Chinese Communist troops im,
western Sinkiang province have |
completed preparations for en-|{
tering Tibet.—(CP)

the amount of
every viat ?

orks the

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Will Amend
Compensation Act
For Workers

The Leeward Islands Govern-
ment has appointed the following
members to serve on a Committee
to consider any amendments to
the Workmen's Compensation Act.

The Acting Attorney General,
Chairman; The Hon. A. Moody
Stuart, O.B.E., M.C., Employers’
Representative, Antigua; Mr. L.
Hurt, General Seeretary, Antigua
Trades & Labour Union, Workers’
Representative; Mr. Ralph Vanier,
Employers’ Representative, St.
Kitts-Nevis; The Hon. PF. L.
Bradshaw, President of the St.
Kitts-Nevis Trades & Labour
Union. Workers’ Representative;
Mr. R. W. Griffith, President of
the Montserrat Trades & Labour
Union, Workers’ Representative.

The meetings of the Committee
will be held in Antigua during
the period June 5 to 21, 1951.



Clark Gable Sued

SANTA MCNICA, May 31.
Film star Clark Gable was sued
for divorce today by his fourth
wile, the former Lady Ashley,
and widow of Douglas Fairbanks.
She accused Gable who is 50 of
mental cruelty. They have been

married for 17 months,—Reuter.

Motion On

Bamarigwatos

LONDON, June 1.
Six Liberal members have ta-
bled a motion in the House of
Commons calling for an impar-
tial enquiry into the administra-
tion of Bamangwato territory in
Bechuanaland.



The motion stands in __ the
names of Clement Davies, Lib-
eral leader, and other Liberal
members.

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Monks Will Work
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TEL-AVIV, June 1.

Trappist monks are to be al-

lowed to do urgent work on
menasteny grounds in the no-
man’s land of the Israeli-Jordan
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border violations and “noted
that border violations continue to
decrease.”
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LONDON, May 31

Britain’s Chief of Air Staff Sir
John Slessor gave a veiled warn-
Russian

ing to-night of present
superiority in jet planes. But he
added that Britain now had
eraft coming along which agai)
would be the best in the world
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all our concentrated endeavou
to keep ahead.”
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Farth Tremors Damage
Four Italian Villages

ROME, May 31.
Two earth tremors causec
slight damage in four villages 0!



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WATER

IN the House of Assembly on Tuesday a
debate took place on the plan to extend the
water supply at the Pine and to add to the

supply in other places. The fa

that the difficulty now experienced in other

parts of the island was due to
of pipe.

The general criticism was that this was

a condition which should have
died by securing pipe from pl
the United Kingdom.
possible to get the required

pipe frem the United States or Canada if
the British Government would release the

necessary dollars.

Mr. Adams in reply to t

pointed out that he had taken the oppor-
tunity when in England to raise the ques-

tion at the Colonial Office and
such pipe as might have been
the time was being dispatched

use in the oilfields which are now being

wrenched from the hands of

under the guise of nationalisation.

The present condition was foreseen some

months ago. The new special

of the Waterworks Department made it
clear that the subterranean water lying as
it did between 100 and 250 feet below the
surface was still beingsraisé@ by machin-

ery laid down during the last c

machinery had done invaltiable work but

would have to be replaced by
date equipment.

The increased consumption of water and
the growing of built up areas demanded

greater supplies. The target
ganisation was the provision
system of pumping and dis

order that water should be carried to the

houses of the people. This wai
an essential need.

The criticism against the Government

was well founded. From the

geological explorations of the late Dr, Senn
of the British Union Oil Company and the
subsequent, investigations of Mr. Roddam
who penned a report to the local Govern-
ment, it was clear that Barbados was in the
happy position of having a plentiful supply

of good water. It was on these

it was decided that there should be in
addition to the domestic supply a scheme
of irrigation. This would have enabled land

owners to increase the food

would have made the island more self suf-
ficient. The Government was in possession
of the relevant facts and when Mr. Adams

as Leader of the Government

the Colonial Office that the pipe which was

available was being sent to

oilfields, it should: have been pointed out to

the British Government that

water supply was more important to the
people of Barbados than the flow of oil in

Persia.

It would have been well,

would have avoided the unhappy situation
which has now given rise to the criticisms,
if some alternative suggestion had been
Pipe can be had from the United
States or Canada but this was dependent
upon the release of dollars. There are dol-
lars to be had. The United Kingdom has

made,

only to give consent,

The essential task is to get

people who need it all over the island. It
can only be done when there is a sufficiency
of pipe to carry that water to them after it
has been pumped to the surface. It is futile
to preach to people that they must observe
the rules of hygiene and that they must
endeavour to get the most from the land
without giving them, opportunity to get
water enough for domestic and irrigation
It can only be done when the

purposes.
Barbados Government makes

to get the necessary pipe from any source
Without water

available.
nothing can succeed,

where it is



Civil Servants’ Salaries
To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—One of the most surpris-
ing conditions in this community
is the extremely low salaries paid
to Civil Servants.

Very few people realize that
Barbadian Civil Servants of
eight or nine years service are
still being paid less than $100.00
per month.

Although a School Certificate
is required, they commence on
the wonderfully | remunerative
salary of $40.00 per month,
During their seventh year of ser-
vice they are expected to main-
tain a certain standard of dress,

social refinement and dignity;
apart from vainly trying to keep
out of debt, on the princely sum
of $76.00 per month. The com-
mencing salary of the Trini-
dadian Civil Servant is $75.00
per month Is the Barbados



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BARBADOS ADVECATE

Canada-U.8. Relations

there may be a temptation to feel
that any criticism of that country

caw ae IF YOU could reaa some of the ce ere ar eoares Be —
a ete ndutel ten ‘am. Canadian Secretary of State for Ex-
letters I have received lately, com ternal Affewe,. Mir. L.. BS. Pearsen M r
menting on the press reports and = delivered to the Kiwanis Club at by Canadians

still to be done
neighbourly

1951

“you English!”

ly,

shown
Canada’s

States.
cts disclosed

the shortage

been reme-
aces outside
words of those

tests “Canadian
considerably

quantity of

always mutched
| Standing.
his criticism

was told that
available at
to Persia for

typical

the British

no._ definite

ist engineer
adian people”,

Mounted Police
entury. This

more up-to-

“The people are
After receiving

of the reor-
of a proper

tribution in “Due to the fact

ation and knowledge of Canada is
that the class of
intelligent,
adjusted and pleasant-going citi-
zens.” I hope that this particular
acquires so much
of the wrong kind of knowledge
as to dispel

I feel
are

limited,

s and still is | people

student never

about Canada

time of the | impression!

reports that sible when we

interest not to
supply and ences in a
was told at
the Persian

a_ plentiful

solve these

and perhaps

our time.

Firm and

tory of

water to the

changes which

every effort



OUR READERS SAY:

so -poor that Civil
Servants have to work seven
years to reach the commencing
salary of the Trinidadian Civil
Servant?

Let us see what happens to the
Barbadian Civil Servant at 16
ee He has reached
he age of say thirty-four and has
probably endeavoured to uphold
the religious obligations so im-
portant to a man of character by
trying to oe a wife and one
oy two childfen Gn—no, not a
hundred and eighty dollars a
month. Not even:a hundred and

fifty dollars a*~month—TI’ll ‘ tell
you—-$136.00 per month. The
British . Guianese Civil. Servant,
with an equal number of years’
service gets $190.00.

Government could not have
chosen a more beautifully de-
scriptive word for the lower
bracket of the Local Civil Ser-

the press interpretation
I made in Toronto recently, you
would realize that there is mucn

education,
them were full of such phrases as

socialist government
doing?” It was assumed, apparent-
that I must have naturally
spoken as an Englishman

It is perhaps not surprising that
some of my correspondents have
such uncertainty

constitutional
wher so little about Canada is
taught in schools in the United
1 have been reading re-
cently the results of an enquiry
conducted a year or so ago under
the auspices of thie Canada-United
States Committee on Edycation.
The purpose of this enquiry was
to discover how
high school students knew about
Canada and how much Canadian
students knew about the United
States. I will say no more about
the results of the enquiry in Can-
ada than to report that

more
States than the United States stu-
dents know about Canada.” Their
knowledge, I should add was not

The students being tested in the
United States were in their last
year at high school in two cities,
one near the Canadian border and
one in a western state. I have read
comments by these stu-
dents in the United States with
interest, with samusement and, at
limes, with something approuach-
ing consternation, Some students
made no bones about their igno-
rance. “Due to my lack of informa-
tion about Canada, I can express
ideas”,
Others, however,
down their impressions. “I con-
| fess to know little about the Can-
one student said.
“My general impressions are that
the people are all Frenchmen or

some sort. My meagre knowledge
* |tomes from a few movies I have
seen and a few books | have read.”

be far better off to adopt our form
of government and break free
from England.” Another declared,

body blows, L confess 1 was rather
discouraged. The only light among
the gloom came from one student
who with pleasant naivety wrote,

This ignorance has not prevented
Canadians and Americans getting
along wonderfully well together,
Our mutual relations have been--
and rightly—lauded as an exam-
ple of the way
conduct their relations with each
other, That example still stands,

It would of course, be impos-

gether, with so many and complex
problems of contact and national

and difficulties; just as it would be
unwise not to discuss these differ-
frank
manner when such
desirable. Discussion of such things.

whatever differences
without the use or threat of force
‘or even unfair pressure. We have
the right to disagree, as friends.
We also have the obligation to re-
disagreements as
friends, and with a minimum of
fuss and disturban¢te. This has not
always been easy in the past, and
is not going to be always easy in
the days ahead, but our friend- !"
ship will, I Know, stand the chal-
lenge of the trials and turmoil of

sure
friendship between our two coun-
tries is, it should not, however, be
taken for granted, Friendships be-
tween countries,
between individuals, must be kept
dn repair. Never before in the his-
relations
United States and Canada has it
been more necessary to keep that
principle in mind, since our rela-
tions have in recent years entered
a new phase. They have become
even closer than they were, and
their character is changing.

The fundamental reason for the
are now
place in relations between Canada
and the United States is the fact
that the United States has within a
very few years become the great-
@st power in the world and has
become the leade. of all the ecoun-
tries which value freedom.
has come about so rapidly that it
is hard to remember
fifteen years ago there was a strong
trend in the United States toward
isolationism and neutrality,
‘that policies were put into effect
not with the intent of exercising

of a speech Ottawa, on April
international
in the process of
Many of

“What is your
in England
ation.

about
position

sentatives:

much American “We

know them as

leadership but of
avoiding foreign entanglements. In
the face of the grave threat under
which we now live, everyone in
Canada—everyone in
world — must
grateful that the United States has
risen to its new responsibilities
with such courage and determin-

Our long experience of friend-
ship with the ‘United States has
convinced us that our neighbour
will use for peaceful ends alone
the great power and
which comes from its commanding
position in the world. May I re-
peat what I said last fall in the
United Nations Assembly, when
the United States was under bitter
and unfair attack by Soviet repre-

in Canada know this
country and its people well. We

pwho respect the right of others,
who don't ask for or get auto-
matic support from smaller coun-

27, 1951.

the free worid.
temptation will

the free
be profoundly

they are for

on the ground

influence
be employed.

weigiit our

cil and in r
policies of
good neighbours

in the ‘
: tries through pressure threats
ee or promises, We know that they
about the =2ccept the fact that co-operation to be followed.

tries can only
”
by their under- respect.

knowledge that,

friends through

countries have

one wrote,
went on to set

being provided

or trappers of cult conditions,

ith fir th fourteen countries represented
Ws aome ir taaiieeomen vai On there by military forces. Our own Gisions
dent wrote, “J thin anada would country, Canada, has willingly .

very backward”.
that and other

sion.

that my inform-

well-

that as

that free states policies of the

cided,

are so close to-

a happy phrase
have differences
French

and friendly
discussion is

tries,
As a result,

have arisen

over
trade and
They were the
though — this
and
developed

like friendships
stable,

between the

taking

peoples.

This
those

that only achieved,

and States and
policies will

Canada,

vice Salary

Grade.” It is far too long, inex-
cusably and discouragingly too
long.

Although I am only - slightly
interested in the welfare of Civil
Servants, I am definitely interest-
ed in the welfare of the commun-
ity and the consequent under-
mining of the whole stratum of
the Local Civil Service, through
the low salaries offered to youths
(who will be in important posi-
tions of trust later), will do
more harm to the community
than double the salaries at pres-
ent paid could remedy.

It will then be far too late for
Government to do anything,
because the $40.00 a month
product of today will have
become the chief clerks, cus-
toms examiners and income tax
officers of tomorrow.

It is therefore essential that

between large and smaller coun-
‘of mutual confidence and mutual

Also, we have cause for satis-
faction and confidence

power, and leadership, the United
States has not hesitated to work
closely and co-operatively with her

ganizations in which all the free

voice. One evidence of that is
Korea, where military operations
have been conducted under the
auspices of the United Nations, and
where political decisions have been
made collectively which govern
those operations,

The bulk of the military forces
mow fighting in Korea are still

States: and I pay tribute here to
the courage and tenacity which
they have shown in terribly diffi-

however, have also sent conting-
ents to Korea and tnere are now

accepted its duty—as a loyal mem-
ber of the UN—to participate, on
land, on the sea, and in the air, in
this momentous test of the value
of collective action against aggres-

In the North Atlantic area as
well, the United States has chosen
to work within an organization of
friends and allies.
Atlantic Alliance, which
signed to deter any attack on the
North Atlantic area by building
balanced collective forces adequate
to prevent the conquest of any of
its members by an aggressor, has
its chief buttress the great
economic and military power of
the United States.
allies are all making important,
contributions to the joint defence
and they all have a voice in the
North Atlantic Council where the

General Eisenhower, who
is the Supreme Commander of the
Allied Powers in Europe, said in

Ottawa that he now considered
himself one-twelfth Canadian. In
the same way he is one-twelfth
and one-twelfth Italian
and one-twelfth American.
are we — or so we should be.

For many years, then, Canada

relations between our two coun-

the questions of
common concern
have to settle will in many cases
be different in kind from any that
previously.
direct differences as we have had
the past have usually been
border questions or over
commercial

that neighbours have over a line
fence or an exchange of produce,
in both countries we have
the habit of settling
such disputes without consulting
the magistrate or the village con-

We must show the same spirit
in considering the new problems
which will confront us now as
allies. These problems will often
be of a far more serious kind,
since they will be concerned with
the policies of an alliance of which
the United States is the acknow-
leged leader but in which Canada
also has an important role to play.
Those policies will concern nothing
less than our very survival as free
We will not experience
much difficulty,
agreeing on objectives.
it is inevitable that from time to
time we should differ on how
objectives
We must expect that
Canadian policies will sometimes
be under criticism in the United
that United States

be
In the United States

Scale—“The LongGovernment add a

exist on a basis
various allies.

in the
in exercising its

international or-
an independent

difficult,

by the United

countries. That

Other countries

The North
is de-

we

relations
States

But the other

delayed. In 1941
alliance are de-

and navigation
when he was in

agreement has

So

which we will capacity.

Such view,

matters, !
kind of disputes the United

closer together,

Atlantic area,

nations of the

possible.

unity; but it

necessary

I imagine, in

However, our welfare.

ean best be maintain and

the free world,

criticized = in

reasonably
high Cost of Living Bonus to the
present salaries of the junior
grade, to prevent a_ condition
which may have already set in
from becoming worse.
ONE INTERESTED.

June 1, 1951.

The Scots

To the Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—As one ‘who has lived in
Scotland for sixteen months, let
me correct any erroneous im-
pressions about the Scots which
may have been created by the
recent film “The Hasty Heart.”

I have found the Scots tobe the
most kind and warm-hearted
people one could ever hope to meet,
and always enjéyed their spon-
taneity and grand sense of
humour.

since the United States is bearing
heavier responsibilities than any
other country for the defence of

by an awareness that the policies
pursued by the North Atlantic
Alliance are as much a matter of
life and death for Canadians as

Canada, on the other hand, there
may be a temptation to res.n
criticism from the United States

the fact that, although Canada is
contributing men and arms, its
voice can never be decisive in de-
ciding how those resources shoula

temptation in Canada will |
curbed by recognizing that te

represen
have in the"North Atlantic Coun-

free world are being
decided will be in large part de-
termined by the part we are wilil-
ing and able to play in increasii&
the strength of the alliance.

We will then not be able to avoic
some differences over the policie:

able entirely to avoid, I am afraid,
invidious comparisons
sacrifices and contributions of t.

free and deMocratic peoples an¢
we are not going to forego thc
ight to talk and even to wranglu.
But let us do our best in our tall:s
to keep a sense of responsibili\)
a sense of proportion and even
sense of humour.

History shows that the task c!
maintaining a military alliance i:
peace-time is always extremely
especially when on,
member is so much stronger thar
the other members of the alliance.
It calls for great restraint as w-
as great exertions on the part ©
all the partners in the alliance.
Responsible politicians in dem--
cratic countries have always hac
in the back of their minds, +
think, a sense of their duty i
civilization as well as to their own

civilized values and the cause o
freedom must now be brought int
the forefront of our minds. It must
colour our words and our dé
For the present, 061
association in the North Atlant
area is merely an alliance and n°
a federation, But increasingly w
must try to show as much con-
cern for the interests of every
member of the alliance as woul,
be necessary in a North Atlenti’
federation. We must examine ou
actions and statements in the ligh
of that broad responsibility an
must consider the effect o
national decisions not only on ov
own citizens but on the citizens o
the other members of the allianc:
As the character of the politic:
between
and Canada has
changing, so also are the economic
of the two countries in variou
ways, being drawn more close! ,
together, There is one importai:
field, however, in which progres
in this direction has been lon,

of Canada and the United State:
signed an agreement f}r the com.
bined development of the

St. Lawrence waterways.

ratified by Congress, although one
again Congressional
are this year examining it.
the strong hope and indeed th
expectation of the Canadian Gov-
ernment that favourable actio

stances when it
mobilize and expand the whole
of North America's
The development of th:
power and navigation facilities o
the St. Lawrence system, in ou
would mean an immens
accretion of strength to the in.
dustrial complex
States and Canada.

In many ways, then, Canada an:
States are drawin:

process will continue and increase
as part of a wider and even more
important process towards closer
co-operation in the whole Nort!
There is, I think
in Canada a widespread willing-
néSs to move towards this close
association with: as many of th’

ble. It may take a long time
to echieve that wider objective o’
should constant!
inspire the ‘efforts
now to protect fre
societies from being overwhelme?
Canadians will not be beHind an:
people in readiness to pool thei
sovereignty with that of other fre
nations, so that it can work mor
effectively for our security, on”
But if we are all t’
move towards th°t distant gn’
it is necessary that we should fire

special bonds of friendship whict
already exist between countries }

ere none closer or more significan’
than the ties Between the nennle
of Canada and the United States

is inappropriate,

I hope that this
be held in check

Americans. In

that it overlooks

I hope that this
be

tations wil,
bodies where the

Nor may we lx
about. the

After all we are

we had.

sense of duty t

laugh.

or give a

After

the Unite

bee

the Government

powe.
facilities of th

* Tha
not yet beer

committee.
It i

: ; ; .. ..' and the United States have been May at last be taken on thi
We the civnts oon ck hie ete, 300d neighbours. Now, however, Project. The Canadion Govern-
of our good relationship. Our boast W& are not only continental ment is firmly convinced that th
is that we have accepted on both ®eighbours but allies in a larger development of the St. Lawrence
sides the responsibility of settling 87OUR. That is perhaps the would be equally in the interest drums.
” mays arise simplest way to indicate the of the United States and Canada erful
change which has come over the particularly in present circum. wonderzul.

is necessary t

industria’

in the Unite:

I hope that thi velopment

¢ me,

free world »

which - ar

der cex.

strengthen = the

Of these, ther: ers.

Although the Scotsman is a
thrifty being because of the
economic background of his coun-
try, it will surprise one to know
that the “Mean Scotsman” jokes
originated in Aberdeen by the
Scots themselves.

They are a hardy, honest and
hospitable race, and the dour and
stubborn Scot portrayed in “The
Hasty Heart” is the exception
which one meets more often in
other countries than in Scotland.

H. S. JOHNSON.
Leaton-on-Sea,
Worthing,
June 1, 1951.

Farnum For Helsinki ?
To the Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—I am sure the sporting
pliblic of this island are wonder-

do but swim.

interests too.



NOBODY'S DIARY

Monday—Today I saw a man riding a bicycle
and balancing on his head a plank 30 ft.
long and six inches thick.

Tuesday—Who maligned women by calling’
the shak shak tree “women’s tongues”? |
I prefer the tree with leaves than with, {
pods but all the same, why women?

Wednesday—A hot tiring day. Nothing to
Slightly spoilt by the
numbers of pieces of dead fish on the
beach. But even dead fish should not
prevent relaxation. It seems to me (and
I’m just Nobody, don’t forget) it seems to
me that most of our troubles in Barbados
today are due to the fact that people try
to do too much. They just won’t relax.
Result is that they are so stale that they
make everything wither by their touch.

I remember two adjutants in my gal-
lant days as a King’s man.
stay in his office until eleven at night
and was there at 7 in the morning. He
was the worst adjutant we had. The
other used to be there at 8 in the morn-
ing and he was clear of the place by 6 in
the evening. Midweek he and I used to
play heckey together. And he had other
He was the best adjutant

I have in a long lifetime

It brought the house down.

lead or some other form of

preach. Thanks very much, Laddie. It
was grand.

Friday—To carry on where I left off.
the magnificent
provided in the Speech Day Hall we
trooped down to Queen’s College Proper
and I got a good seat in the shade near
the drummer and the mike. Queen's
College for the unitiated is authentically
the lawn under the high cliff and steps
lead down to it.
natural and artificial theatre and woulc
make a lovely setting for an outdoor per-
formance of Midsummer Night’s Dream
(are you listening Mr. Grossmith?).

On this lawn to the great entertainment
of cyclists passing along River Road at
the time was staged one of the finest
physical cultural displays that females
can ever have given in this island. There
was a piano playing and when it got
really tough there was the clash of

entertainment

It’s a kind of combined

Just like Bertram Mills. It was

But one thing frightens me.

What sort of Amazons are these girls
likely to grow into? Big-footed girls with |
arms like small trees, violent girls who i
leap over obstacles and jump horses, who

skin cuffins with more facility than I
balance a tea cup, what sort of mothers

will they make? Will all this muscle de-

make childbirth easier? I

don’t know but it seems a bit violent to
Frankly I would be afraid speaking
as a man to have one of these girls as my
life companion. When I drew near for
my comfort I might find myself lying on
my back or dreadful thought my bones
might be broken by a simple hug.

It was. most impressive, so impressive
that I couldn’t help remembering fifteer.
years ago when I visited Queen’s Colles:
sports how different it was with the girls
in bloomers high jumping.

Thece. girls were a different brood alto-
gciher but they reminded me more c
my younger brother John than the ten

It was a grand show, but I am glad my
daughter wasn’t one of the horse jump-

Saturday—Baxters Road still needs atten-
tion. It’s full of people.

ing whether it will be possible fo
our cycling champion, Ken Far
num, to represent us at th
Olympic games at Helsinki nex’
year.

It is understandable of course
that the association has if
financial limitations, but surely
the time is ripe, if the associatio
is agreeable, to start some fund t
n.ake it possible for him to go.

It is important that he b
notified officially at the ver)
earliest opportunity, as his trainin,
programme must necessarily b:
more intensive. I am confident
that the public can be counted
upon to give their generous sup-
port as they have always done in

the past. Time is important, so
let’s get started now.
G. L. P.
May 31, 1951.
a

It made everybody
It

One used to

Thursday—My thanks to the Governor of
Barbados for not attending Queen's
College Speech Day. Because it gave me
a chance to hear the Hon. Robert Chal-

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was spiffing.
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Hon. “Laddie” Challenor gave to day. It
was terrific.
It made me laugh.
Speech day was great fun,
was such a change from the lugubrious
tales I have been hearing in the last two
years about what a bad chap I am and
how people like me should pull together

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Industrial

1951

Situation

In Grenada Normal
Says Walcott

THE PRESENT POSITION to-day in Grenada in so

far as industrial matters

are concerned, is somewhat

normal, Mr. F. L. Walcott told the Advocate yesterday.
There is evidence, however he said, that the situation
there is still far from being considered satisfactory.



Charged With
Stealing Goods
Worth 30 Cents

Hearing in the case in whicn
F.o:ence Ward a labourer of
Black Rock is charged with lar-
ceny cf goods from the Governor-
in-Executive Committee oa April
20 was further adjourned until
June 5 by a City Police Magis-
trate yesterday,

Ward is charged by the Police
with stealing a quantity of goods
valued at 1/3 on April 20 from the
Mental Hospital. The goods are
alleged to be the property of
the Governor-in-Executive Com-
mittee.

When the hearing was resumed
yesterday, Cpl. Watson was re-
ca.led to the witness stand by Mr.
E. W. Barrow who is appearing on
behalf of the defenaant. Cpl
Watson in the cross examination
told the court that when he asked
the defendant where’ she had
obtained the goods she told him
that she got them from the place
where she works.

After the cross examination Dr.
Lloyd-Still was called to the wit-
ness stand. He said that he is the
Superintendent of the Meatal
Hospital and the defendant is
a washer there. Dr. Lioyd-Still
said that the food for the patients
is issued from the main stores
and this food is the property of
the Governor-in-Executive Com-
mittee.

Only with his permission food
can be brought into the Hospital.
No raw food can be brought into
the Hospital,

On April 20 he received a tele-
phone message about 5 p.m. and
went down to the Hospital and
saw Inspector Springer and
several other policemen.

He also saw the defendant there.
This was by the gatekeeper's
place. Some food was littered
about the place. The food in-
cluded rice, meat, coffee and
pofatoes

The defendant gets her meals
at the Hospital as a member of
the staff.

Granted Letters
Of Administration

In the Court of Ordinary yes-
terday, His Uonour the Chief
Judge granted the petition of
Gertrude Jones of Bay Street, St.
Michael, for letters of Administra-
tion to the estate of her daughter
Annie Ernesta Padmore, deeeased.

Messrs. Hutchinson and Ban-
field; ~ Soli¢iters,» appeared for
Jones.

His Honour also granted the
petition of Benjamin Daniel A
Ince of Welches, Christ Church.
to the estate of his sister Gertude
Bernard Gollop, late of Welches.

Mr. J. S. B. Dear instructed by
Mr, D. Lee Sarjeant, Solicitor,
were for the petitioner,

Hearing of the petition of Violet
Geraldine Alleyne of Black Rock,
a widow, for letters of Admin-
istration to the estate of her hus-





band Daniel Alleyne was ad-
journed.
The following wills were ad-

mitted to probate:

Rebecca Webb, St. Michael.
Williem Adolphus Byer, St.
Michae!

Annie Cadogan, St. Michael.

James Reece, St. Philip.

Prince Albert Holder, St. John.

His Honour the Chief Judge
Sir Allan Collymore, yesterday
granted the petition for the dis-
solution of marriage in the case
of C. Dec. Carrington, pextioner
ana E. A. Carrington, respondent.
G. Walker was the ¢co-respondent

Mr. W. W. Reece. K.C., in-
structed by Mr. D. L. Sarjexnt,
Solicitor, appeared for the peti-
tioner.



SPEIGHTSTOWN
GOT LITTLE FISH

Housewives in Speightstown got
1ittle fish yesterdsy. The fishing
boats which return their catches to
the Speightstown fish market re-
mained at their moorings all day.

Fishermen said that the wind
was very light during the early
morning and so they did not take
the chance of leaving their moor-
ings. The wind remained light
throughout the day.

Mr. Walcott has
from that colony.
earrving out an

just returned
He had been
investigation in-
to the. trade union movements
there, after the industrial dis-
putes between the Manual and
Mental Workers’ Union led by
Mr. E. M. Gairy, and the other
unions. This was done at the re-
quest of the International Con-
federation of Free Trade Unions.

Mr. “Walcott said that he was
of the opinion the industrial dis-
putes in Grenada was due to in-
ertia and lack of foresight by the
Grenada Trade Union Congress,
and to some extent the stubborn
attitude of some of the emplov-
ers

“As a trade’ unionist I feel
that it is the duty of a trade
union to be at all times energetie
and militant. and not to rely on
past successes as the only means
of justifying its existence.

“The Trade Tinion Congress
did not exert sufficient energy to
eapture the imaginatidn of tie
workers in Grenada, and in my
ovinion the time was ripe for an
industrial movement.

Distrust, Suspicion
‘I have discovered that some
of the executives of the T.U.C.
were resigning, and this led to a
feeling of distrust, suspicion and
disillusionment. This was an at-
mosphere for anyone who was
willing to press the claims-of the
workers. to achieve success.

I am convinced that it was an
error on the part of the employ-
ers nét~-to recognise Mr. Gairy’s

Manual ‘and Mental Workers’
Union, after it had received an
obvious majority following of

the workers in Grenada.”

There was one obvious dange=
in the trade union movement in
Grenada, said Mr. Walcott. It
seemed that political ambitions
or aspirations dominated the
movement more than industrial
ccnsiderations. “By that I do not
mean that a trade union move
ment should not have political
ambition, but at the same time
it should be primarily guided bv
industrial considerations,”

Gairy was a very popular
man in Grenada today, Mr. Wal-
cott said, but his methods could
not be condoned by a trade un-
ionist as the best methods in
dealing with industrial matters

His union had a greater mem-
bership than any other union ip
Grenada. “As far as I have read

and seen, this is-the first occa-
sion that any single’ working
class leader-in the West Indies

has risen up and got a followin
above all similar organisations in
his area. That is why I am con-
vinced* that the T.U.C. of Gren-
ada did not work hard enough
to maintain the interest of the
workers in the various organisa-
tions.”
S amt

Sugar Crop Will
Be New Record

Present indications are that the
1951 crop will be a record crop for
Barbados.

Mr. Mandeville of the Barbados
Sugar Producers’ Association told
the Advocate yesterday that the
1951 crop is estimated at 180,000
tons, This includes the fancy
molasses output.

Last year’s figures for the crop
were 158,182 tons which is more
than 21,000 tons below this year’s
output. Up to April this year,
approximately 121,180 tons (sugar
and molasses) have been pro-
duced.

The crop started in January this
year, but most of the factories did
not start until February.

Springhall Factory, St. Lucy,
and Warrens Factory, St. Michael,
have beth finished crop a few days
ago, The other factories are on
their last rounds, pushing to get
through by the end of June, One
or two of them may go over to
July.

Planters were everywhere in the
City yesterday. In the banks, in
the restaurants they spent most of
their time. Some of them told the
Advocate that they had no com-
plaints to make about the crop.

They had some veeks of steady
sunshine and so they got through
well with their reaping. On the
other hand, they said, the steady
sunshine has begun to affect their
young canes,

If you take a look around the
country plantations, one of them
said, you will see the need for a
couple of inches of rain. He was,
however, expecting the rain to set
in early this month and so he
thought he could relax a bit,

Government Missed

The Bus—

Wilkinson

ABOUT 6,000 people comprised mostly of workers were

at Silver Sands last night at

the Barbados Electors’ Associa-

tion’s meeting to hear their views, what they did in the
past and what they intended doing in the future.

This was the Party’s third political meeting of their
electioneering campaign and some of the subjects touched
on were registration, age grouping, ‘the high cost of living,
pioneer industries and unemployment.

The Chairman was Mr.

Luther Chase and among the

speakers were Mr, W. W. Reece, Mr. E. D. Mottley, Mr. J. H.
Wilkinson, Mr. F, C. Goddard and Mr. Vincent Griffith.

Mr. W. W; Reece said that the
high cost of living in the island
was an economic problem which
affected | everyone, particularly
the middle class and manual
workers. People found it impos-~-
ible to live on their earnings
which although raised from time
to time, did not keep pace with
the continual rise in the cost of
food and essential articles.

oak

pal-
even-
to the

Subsidization was only a
liative and one which may
tually prove too costly
xpayer Hi party believer
that the removal of all, but the
rictions in trade and
the competition which would







follow from such removal was
the only possible way to keep
the cost of living within bounds.

In recent times he said that the
education system had been re-
vised and Age Grouping intro-
duced. Age Grouping had given
rise to the problem of the back-
ward child and the only solution
to this problem was the creation







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lunches are made up of mil
other tasty items.
a First Aid quarters at his d

Govt. Housing

Scheme In Castries

Almost Completed
—ALLEN LEWIS

The Government Housing
scheme in Castries is almost com-
pleted and most of the flats are
now occupied, Hon. Allen Lewis,
Barrister-at-Law and a member of
the Castries Town Board told the
‘Advocate yesterday.

Mr. Lewis arrived here on Tues-
day on a short visit and is staying
with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Tudor cf
“Edithville’, Pine Road.

He said that the Government of
St. Lucia is now about to start on
the public buildings whic include
the Law Courts, xsovernment
Offices, the Fire Brigade Stations,
the Government Printery and the
Castries Town Hall. All these
he added,. will be finished, in
about another year

Private rebuilding is progressing
and the Government loan fcr this
has been completely taken up so
that Government is now trying to
raise further monies in order to
make additional allowances.

The Central Housing and Plan-
ning Authority is considering pro-
posals for replanning the area in
the upper part cf the town which
was burnt on the night of Mareh
5, 1951. All rebuilding in. this
area has been prohibited until the
new proposals have either -been

‘approved or rejected.

Mr. Lewis thought that the main
difficulty in carrying out the new
proposals will be chiefly,.a finan-
cial one, as the colony is already
over-burdened with the cost of
reconstruction of the previously
burnt out area.

Agricultural Experts

From an island wide point of
interest, he said that the principal
event in St. Lucia during the last
three months has been the visit of
the team of experts appointed to
consider and submit prcposals for
the agricultural developménts of
the colony. They spent about ten
days in St. Lucia and received over
100 memoranda from _ various
bodies and individuals. They aiso
met members of the Executive and
Legislative Councils, the Chamber
of Commerce and various other
groups.

They visited various parts of the
country in order to see for them-
selves, the character of the land
and the existing cultivation, and
it is hoped that their report will
contain far reaching proposals for
development.

He said that St. Lucia will be
sending to America, about 130
workers this year cut of the Wind-
ward Islands quota of 500. When
he left home, workers were being
recruited,

St. Lucia he said, will be the
assembly point for all the emi-
grants from the Windward Islands.

t to the U.S.A. will be treated
he will get hot lunches. »'These
k, oranges, bread, cheese and

If he meets with an accident there is

isposal.

“At nearly every. place. where
emigrants are employed they will
find that there is no discrimina-
tion,” Mr. Marvin Keil, one of the
Americans who is here to choose
emigrants, told the Advocate yes-
terday, He said that some emi-
grants may find that there is dis-
crimination among the American

community, but on the camps
where they are employed’ “every
man is a man.” J

The labourers he is taking will
work at Beaver Dam, Fox Lake,
Ripon, Rosendale and Sturgeon
Bay factories in Wisconsin as ‘well
as Belvedere and Lanark © in
Illinois,

At all of these factories there
are Mess Halls and billets that
have been approved by the State
Board of Health. The camps have
canteens, service buildings with
hot and cold water, laundry tubs
and wash bowls,

Each worker will be given a cot,
blanket and bolster. “They will
have no need for more than one
blanket because the cabins are all
heated,” Mr. Keil said.

There was still a large number
of labourers in Queen's Park yes-
terday. Mr, “Bill”, Tyler of the
Resort Airlines, an assistemt ‘to
Mr, Meranda, told the Advocate:
“The emigrants today are more, to
the required standard than on the
previous days.” There were not
as many rejections.

Mr. Tyler and Mr. Meranda
were interviewing the men yes-
terday while Mr: Keil was con-
centrating on the papers of some
of the men who had previously
worked in Wisconsin, Mr. John
H. Miller,» Personnel Director of
the Fall River Canning Company,
Wisconsin, was taking a keen in-
terest in the type of worker being
picked,

As usual there were some queer
replies to the interviewer's ques-
tions. A few examples are: “I
worked doing hard labour.” “I
weigh anything over 138 pounds.”
After hearing this reply Mr. Twler
asked this man if he could weigh
two tons.

Another man who rode all the
way from St, Philip was chosen.
Mr. Tyler said that this man’s
knees should be strong.,. There
was one worker who cut out the
back of his shirt to express pov-
erty. This however did not im-
press Mr. Meranda and the shouts
outside
rip

workers
“He

from the other
the building were:
shirt.”

There was another case in
which a man was rejected because
of a bad tooth. He went away,
had his tooth extracted and —

e

ce

back for another interview.
was selected,

Government Appointments

HIS EXCELLENCY the Governor has been pleased

to make the appointments 1
Ist of June, 1951.
Appcintments to

PRESENT
NAME OF OFFICER DEPARTMENT
J. C. King Secretariat
A. G. Rocheford Medical
M. W. Clarke .. Customs
H. B. Spencer Treasury
Cc, E. Smith Treasury
Cc. E. King Customs
E, C. Emtage Customs
R. A. Sealy Secretariat

V. I. Carrington Income Tax
Mrs. M. L, Haynes Income Tax
V. E. Cobham Income Tax
Cc. W, E. Archer Legal

F. J. Odle Labour

R. P. Parris Savings Ban
Mrs. T. Vaughan Social Welfz

Post Office
Treasury

W. T. Bryan ..
N. W. Legall

(a) Promotions

Miss M. Bartlett Secretariat
O. E. Moseley Agriculture
R, McConney . Audit

T. F. King Customs
A. S. Inniss .. Agriculture
Miss M. L. Gittens Post Office
W. A. Wharton Post Office
K. C. Lewis Post Office

isted here with effect from the
Executive Grade

APPOINTMENT

Assistant Secretary, Secretariat
Office Supt., Secretariat

Auditor, Audit,
Supervisor, Customs.
Supervisor, Customs.
Office Superintendent, Medical
Inspector, Income Tax (Deatt
Duties)

Inspector, Income Tax
Inspector, Income Tax
Inspector, Income .Tax
Labour Officer, Labour.

k Labour Officer, Labour

are Snr, Dist. Officer, Social Welfare
Postal Supt., Post Office
Accountant, Post Office.

to Senior Clerk

Treasury.
Medical
Agriculture
Post Office.
Post Office.
Post Office

(b) Promotions to Offices ranking as Senior Clerk




of schools or classes for such ees
children. Unfortunately, no real 1. V- Gilkes Legal
thinned al; endl sents at GC A. Ramaay Audit
attempt was made to arrive at H. M. Sh: Pectin
a solution. For this r On. he Se ee ee oc MErOEN
W. H. C. Weekes Customs
was glad to learn that abolition @’ a” Ashby Customs
of Age Grouping was being con- B geC, Thornton Customs
sidered. W. I. H. Cole Customs
@ On Page 8 C. R. Cumberbatch Customs

Examiner, Audit.
Examiner, Audit
Assistant Supervisor
Assistant Supervisor, C
Assistant Supervisor, Custorns
Assistant Supervisor, Customs
Assistant Supervisor, C
Assistant Supervisor, C

Secretariat (Secret Branch)
Secretariat (Records Branch)
Customs
ustoms
ustoms.

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‘Field Work canal
In the day the men will work She |
in the fields. This work begins at} MeCormack Lines,
4.30 am. At 6.00 p.m. they start 59569007 Q0606386%"
to work in the viner and continue ¥ IPE a ete
until about 9.00 or 10.00 p.m x AND

Accountant, Treasury. 1
Auditor, Audit.

ADVOCATE

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et in the U.S.A

A City. Police Magistrate c.1
Thursday fined Edward G. Welch
of Bush Hill, St. Michael. 40/- and
2/- costs for speeding while driv-
ing the motor van M-—1834 on
Bleck Rock Road on August 3.

The police in their evidence said
that the motor van was travelling
at over 32 miles per hour when its
speed was checked The speed
limit on that road is 20 miles per
hour

“MORMACREY” BRINGS
2,675 BAGS OF FLOUR

Over 2,675 bags of flour arrived
in Barbados yesterday by the S.S.

pe:
given t
Silver
the
by

in a case in which she claimed}

damages to the amount of £10}
and 3/- for:a breach of contrac:
against Lloyd Stoute also of |

Silver Sands, |

Cc

reater.al

about

finished,
not
fused

ee eR NN ARR

Awarded ©5
Damages

In the Assistant Court of
ul =6yesterda Jud
plaintifY Bu
Sands, Christ
amount of £5 and
Their Honours Mtr
Taylor and Mr. J. W. B

Ap-
ment was;
>» Durant of
Church to}
5/- costs}
Gi 4
Cheher

When the case came before Mr}

W. Rudder in the Petty Deb}
ourt of District “B’, Durtapt
eceived judgment to the amount
f £6 8/-.

Du ant said in her evidence t
yat she handed Stoute material
o build four chairs for her, The}

east £1 Gs, and he
£5 for the job. She ad-}
him ¢2 Is. 8d

harged
anced
April 1 brought three}
to her. She asked him}
the other one and he said}
hat he would bring it when it
The three chairs we
built properly and she te- |
to take them
Defendant Stoute was represen! -}
ad by Mr. D, H. L, Ward,

On he

hairs





UNLAWFUL POSSESSION

Frank Welch of Fa'rfield Road,
St. Michael, was fined 20/- to b3
paid in 14 days or one month's
imprisonment by a Police Magis-
trate of District “A” on Thursday
when he was found guilty of the
unlawful possession of a quantity
of suger

On May 30 Welch was seen by
a police constable taking the sugar
alowg Rickett Street. He could not
give a satisfactory explanation as




to how he obtained the sugar. |

— $$

30/- FINE CONFIRMED | @

Their Honours Mr. G. L, Taylo:
nd Mr. J. W. B. Chenery, Judges
ihe Assistant Court of Appeal
yves'erday confirmed the decision

Mormacrey. The shipment came { His Worship Mr, EB. A, McLeod
from Vancouver and Seattle. P we Magistrate of District “A
who fined Benjamin Agard of
Of the amount 1,875 bags of ritton’s Hill 30/- for driving in
“Master Baker” were consigned to » dangerous manner = on My
Messrs. Harold Proverbs & Co., Lord's Hill on November 18,
Ltd., and 800 bags of wheat flour He was also ordered to pay the
came to Messrs. K. R, Hunte & costs of appeal which amountec
Co., Ltd. t £6 8s. - me
The wlormacrey also brought a
large shipment of lumber from, ~ hy r be
Vancouver and Westminster. She r
brought 47,689 pieces and 12,986 ear rou (

bundles of Douglas fir lumber for

Messrs. T. Geddes Grant Ltd |
Other cargo brought to Barba-
dos by the Mormacrey included |

50 bags of wheat bran, 88 bags of!
infusorial earth powder and a box
of agricultural implements.
Mormacrey is consigned to
R. M. Jones & Co., Ltd.
operates under the Moore



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Another shipment of this lovely
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Caused by High
Blood Pressure

If you have pains around the heart,
palpitation, digzin headaches at
top and back of head and above eyes
shottness of breath, feel nervy, or suf
fer from poor sleep, sn of memory
and energy, Indigestion, worry and
fear, your trouble ia probably caused
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mysterious disease that causes more
deaths than cancer, because tho
symptoma are so common and usually
mistaken for some simple ailment, If
you suffer from any of these symp-
toms, your life may be endangered by
Heart Trouble or a paratytic stroke,
and you should start treatment at
onee. The very fret done of Noxeo
(formerly known as Hynox), a new
medi ilscovery, reduces High Blood
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younger In a faw dayva, Get Noxco
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HEN choking Asthma makes you

gasp for breath, one Ephazone
tablet slipped in the mouth cases the
strain quickly and effectively. Remem-
ber, it is this srrain on the system which
constitutes the biggest danger from
Asthma !
Ephazone contains several healing i
agents which dissolve the strangling,
germ-laden accumulations in the
bronchial tubes, and in this way promotes easy, normal breathing.
The Ephazone treatment is so sumpe too! Nothing to inject,
nothing to inhale. No matter how swiftly or unexpectediy the
attack comes, there is always time to check Asthma with Ephazons.
For rapid relief from Asthma, Bronchitis and Bronchial Catarrh, 4
always keep a supply of Ephazone tabiets handy!

FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
Sold by all registered chemists. If any difficulty, write to: ’
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OFFICE @® EQUIPMENT





IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HER

SPECIAL offers to ail Cash and Credit customers for Thursday to Saturday only









Usually Now Usually Now
Pkgs. CROWN MACARONI 35 28 CHEESE (Gouda)perlb $1.00 90

VICTOR CLIQUOT $72.00 $58.00 Jacob Cream Crackers 41 36

















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26 21

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FOR WINDOWS,
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REFRIGERATORS—IN FACT
ANY GLAZED SURFACE



“It feels as if there's always some- “His sight is finé!” says Doctor. The
thingin my eyes,” cries John. Mother trouble is inflammation caused by
worries: “Oh! Is his sight alright?” glare and dust. I advise Optrex.”

r ee se ——————1- a ome am egremin ce ane | control large capacity truck (ie i 5 5 oe
THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES §§ y, ise id BL
pepeia nes ; a i ou wi i vith one 0, every day a is s ‘Well!’
Oy 1) ( LETS GET Ai} iN fay Tr, Dic os) FORGET THE BET! | 7 nee ent renee Snes ane Nh Long-wheelbase forward with Opti welt oe Viet © Peetadiee leataed Cheeta ond
4! = OUTA HERE . + IBET 3 OFF YOU ) YOU HEARD WHAT | vil sabvick with bebe ts Saath aii re oh i control large capacity truch, and germs, soothing tiny eye veins. you're a real ‘bright-eyes’ now John!"
20 CAS tas 4 ROM SWIMMING | (CALLED ITA GATDY NOBODY CAN |_| sicdiios of terecigiti bah Gan hick does
b OUT TOBE Phe az P: AND GET HER BOY F ND IF IT: FF, r ot | MAKE ME LOOK to the minimum r . er fuel PROTECT You R EYES ith
INEMAN ARMY 7 THE LA So | ae FOOLISH? } ¢gonsumption (2) Les: a
MADE YOU AND YOUR f| ‘ : > m - Fs F — aT | and tyres (3) Less ff for set
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SATURDAY, JUN





2, 4951

CLASSIFIED ADS.



and 18 cent nana x on Sundays, | 27d 12 cents per cgate line on Sundays.| 96 * Sundays 24 S days ds — over = , . TD TOWN COUNC -RDAM
TELEPHONE 2508 a cern al as Le: | akatedigh “Ghareer atte toa sae ee | Sndeda’ a eeta: & tcc nai. a oe , S Asa week. ad THE MAYOR AND TOWN COUNCIL OF NEW AMSTERDAM
Centon and $1.80 on ake * | and $1.80 on 80 on Sundays, word on Sundays Sundays. j hereby invite applications to subseribe to a loan oe oe to 7
- one aes hs ——ee-/ raised by the Council by the issue (at par) of } unicipal (Bearer
iectigme ae Calling the | FOR SALE NOTICE _ REAL ES ESTATE HOUSES Bonds of the denominations of = 00; 00; ee ink porte bin =
one $5 . ),000,00 at a rate of 4% interest payable half-yearly.
charge is $3.00 for any number of words on “Applications for one vacant St. Philip's " $5,000.00; $10, ]
up = 50 and 6 nls per word for each | | Minimum en 72 cents oe Vestry Exhibition tenable at the St. | oe oo New wooden om tld ai tecccibant Bones The issue of these Bonds has been authorised“by the Mayor and
94 ts Sund ra. == over " 1< 36 feet wi oor built sectionally - EE Tom + “s . >
sdditional word. Terms cash. Phone 2008 } wondn 2 atten ned wee: 4 conte a nae Se ther eae ior pally wa BG easy removal Shingle roof 14 at gg bathing, ideal for young coupie,| Town Council, New Amsterdam, with the approval of the Governor
bo a mg Be eet De, Bee Ot re i oak. on aan: day 9th June 1951, ‘“F| shutter windows, Suitable Simple con- | thoih with the siawe anauienins at Casuarina Residential Club, Maxwell} and Council acting in conformi:y with the authority thereto confer
jotlees only after ¢ p.m. Candidates must be daughters of| ¥&Fsion into three Tenantry houses. | anpty Tne ONY te Arend Hees | Coast Road. Tet 8378 1.6.51—2n | ved by the New Amsterdam Town Council Ordinance, 1949.





































| PUBLIC NOTICES

Ten cents per agate











perishioners in straitened circumstances,







line on week-days |

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



PUBLIC SALES ,

Ten cents per agate line on week-da















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PAGE SEVEN

GOVERNMENT NOTICE



NEW AMSTERDAM TOWN COUNCIL





HELP
GIRL with sound know ledge ot Englisa DOUBLE BEDROOM
sremmar who can also type well. tc] sea
1.6.51—3n. | “ertising Department 1.6.51—t.f.0 FLAT — Qi Furnished Fiat at The Bonds will be repaid 20 years after the date of issue, 4
AUTOMOTIVE end must be over eight years and less i re Dupdee, St. Lawrence Gap, suitable for] the Council reserve to themselves the right to redeem the Bonds,
IN MEMORIAM —_—_—_ |} than twelve years old on the Sist July, LAND: 10,000 sq. ft. of Land at Fitz HOUSE-MAN—BUTLER: Required im- 2 only. Apply on premises or Phone whole or in part, by drawing or otherwise at any time after the expiry _
commaahastnlilanasintmmepesemmmiancunaiasliaia ti nes Austin (70) oniy done 9,224 miles. a iiktn eentin are rdeq, | Village. St. James, an excellent. site, for patter ted ee on be poe 240 8.5.51—t-£-n-1 of ten years from the date of issue
sl . actically New. Apply: Springer Garage. irth certificate mus’ orwarded, aa ‘asuarina sidential Clu BWI NE ceeepteenesasensimienensnseseenetsaapssses~tnansinminipecn é a
Soy al Oo pone ee ee Six Roads, Philip #**| with an application form, obtained from Be ae seme 2.8 Clarke, Jeweller. | Coast, — Mornings only 2651—1n| LARGE HOUSE AND FLAT at the The issue and transfer of Bonds under the Loan is restricted to
Brathwaite who died on June 3rd 1949. 1,6.51—3n | th_ Parochial Treasurer's Office. ; : —— Camp, on-the-sea, St. Lawrence Gap.| residents of the “Scheduled Territories” as defined below, and to
baited Re tiada Si tlie The entrance examination will be held 7 MANAGER for Stationery in Bridge- Fully furnished. Apphy: Bratton, Max- " = i

Gone but not forgotten _ aaes AUCTION t Appl interest and redemption monies on bonds being payable only to such

F CAR: Rover 16+1947 11, metre, condi-| at the St. Michael's Girls School on é own Pply in writing only to S.A.| well Coast. Dial 6357
Wailltbinene tonoones —_. tion as new, £650. No offers. Apply] Saturday 16th June 1951 at 9.13 a.m." ~ C/o Advertising Department Advocate 9.5.51—t.f.n.}| Person or i so resident at the time the Bond was subscribed

i . : P. S. W. SCOTT, AUCTION SALE OF BOAT Co., Ltd STREET celine gennneivenns aigutemien f yurchased
Florence Brathwaite (wife), Theophilus, | "st instance. Che sea Garage. . xe ane 7, we ; ‘ or pt “a
riitz, Walter, Clarence (Sons) and 2.6. 51—6n Clerk to the: x wee , at a ee Se it * SERVANTS: House Maid and child's Mectoes Ge = pet on “Scheduled Territories” means ;—

‘ - ee ee ee eect ot. . < a = ” s @ "T » . , * rie@e iti
foes 26.5110 CAR: One (i) Vauxhall 12 hop. 1939 30.5.51—Gn| Browne's Beach, Bay Street. Oph, °e| Nurse. Nurse: must be prepared to sleep] modern conveniences, Radio, Frig snd (1) The fully self-governing countries of the British Coms
can ai ner oan sur dear | Model. Enginé in sound order. Dial 4239. — —- | Ramsgate, One fishing boat cated | ir. Good wages. Comfortable quarters Telephone. Apply at Elise Court, Hast- monwealth except Canada

ene ae ee one Seen 1.6.51—2n| THE AGRICULTURAL AIDS ACT, 1995 | “Christian”. It is 22 ft x 7 tt ins, | Mrs. W. W. Bradshaw, Silver ‘Sands men ene eee a ee (2) Any Colony under the dominion of His Majesty.

— a ‘9 the creditors holding specialty liens} sud has spars, boom, gaff, balance; sails 2.6.51—3n “4 ss * . a
ceeecn ao a _ k i CAR: Morris Oxford 1949. Perfect con-| against MAYNARDS Plantation, St. Pet»r.| and moses. Must be sold, D'Arcy A. | eee (3) Any territory administered by the Government. of any
pes | m Gear mother your task 38§/ ation, éwner-driven, new tyres and bat-] TAKE NOTICE that T. E. Corvin} Scott, Auctioneer, 1.6.5)—4n SILVER SANDS HOUSE: Electric light part of His Majesty’s Dominions under the trusteeship
7 mn - " ic
Asleep your loving hands can do no | {T¥. Fitted with “Pye” Shortwave Radio.| owner of the above ‘named plantation, MISCELLANEOUS modern Refrigerator. Newl? painted with system of the United Nations :
Cash or terms arranged. Dial 2634 or 4881 | is about to obtain a ican of £4,000 7
more, 27.5.51—t.£.n.| under the provision of the above Act GOVERNMENT NOTICES comfortable Furniture, Bradshaw & Co (4) Any British Protectorate or British protected State.
Por those you loved you did your ee eee tha Sinee- Danleasew: eee othal Wake oc aie Phone 3292 2.6.51- est. . pANTE © RENT —$$ ietnhpeadiabni : ta
May God grant vou eternal rest, toe! Ries ase eel ee Seinen gh ay sahil eig neiunic odin iemtn _ UNFURNISHED House between TO SUB- Ler si b Irish Republic.
Claris Coppin and family, 2.6,51—1a 20,000 miles Ford V8 1935 ‘Tourer No money has yet been borrowed| Posting facilities at Station Hili, suieh. Net anetior tee Natun wit’ lave aah ot Tuly Di al 4484 of ats = (8) Iceland
F . & “y i a or la’ » x a y 437 C
JONES—In Loving memory of Mrs Fort Royal Garage Tees ee — i ae Bhi oaks St. Michael ' thar October Contact Harry V 1.6.51—6n (9) Burma
Martha J. Jones who departed this e _ , ” T. 8. CONDOS A Posting Box has been installed Re ee Phone No, $3507 C/o. Hotel reais aa (10) ‘The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan,
life on 2nd June, 1947. AC See ae Meee aoe eee El . a s entre ‘ Royal 2.6.51—2n SCOURT”, Palm Beach, Hast- f SHETHILO aC 7
Faith gives strength and meekness fae Mei Fraxec, mileage, 20,000 Owner. |at tne entrance to the Quarters ot ings. Cool, Comfortable, two flat Bunga A Sinking Fund commencing from the year 1951 will be pros —-
Contact H. Manning, Westmoreland, St.| 1.6.51—3n tne Commissioner f Police,
They that seek the Lord in faith | James. 29.5.51-—6n eo a lows. Near the Sea, open verandahs.| vided annually out of the general revenue of the Council, towards
Shall not (want) any good thing. = ees . Station Hill, St. Michael, Clear- i! ten cmaee SALE sitting, drawing and dining rooms, 5 repayment of the Bonds
Ww. HEAD ye? (Daugé cer). 2.6.51—1n a . . i es i natinan cia 5 NR: ‘ a 1 cus bedrooms, kitehenettes, pantry, toi'ets . ri
>> ee eae Ta etic oo NOTICE ances will be made as follows: and bath, running water and electricity The Council do not bind themselves to accept any application;
ANNOUNCEMENTS lent running order. Apply. R. A. Corbin.| _ Applications for one or more vacant}, Monday to Friday—9.30 a.m. to ONE STEINWAY _— PIANO garages ind enclosed yard. Availab'e} and reserve the right to apportion the Bonds as they may think fit,
iw | Dial 3604. 1.6.51—3n| St Michael's Vestry Exhibitions at Hare i. oes, ‘ ‘ In First, Clast Condition ree Bk ane ait eee Se vere No application below par will be considered.
| ison College will be received by Tho aturday — 9.30 oun, only, i ee oe Ten\h * op TIONS mu be closed in sealed envelopes arked

PYE ANNOUNCEMENTS: _ Starting MOTOR LORRY — 1937 Bedford Lorry.' Clerk of the Vestry up to 12 noon on General Post Office Ceci JEMMOTT paige: [oh t C outside “App lice a for Bond” sind savant be addressed to the
June 2nd, every Saturday at 7.10 p.m. | Bedford rear end & Chevrolet engine, ; Tuesday the 12th day of June 1951 ate ’ Over Phoenix Pharmacy On the ¢ c Ppiice on a
and leven Wednesday at 7.25 a.m., PYE | Full floating axle. Apply to Hugh| Candidates must be the sons et par- 29th May, 1951. 83 Broad Street Phone BRE Town Clerk, New Amsterdam, Berbice, British Guiana.

Radio will have a message for you over | Green, Bush Ha | 2.6.51—1n. } ishioners in straitened circumstances and 2/6/51—I1n. ADVERTISE IT PAYS D. DOW,

the loudspeakers of Barbados Rediffusion must be born between the 30th Septem- Find Town Clerk.
Services Ltd. Listen in to these.—Fye VANS—New Morris Cowley and Type] ber 1936 and the 30th March 1943 to be : : iKel . . Town Hall

Ltd 31.5.51—3n | J 10 cwt Vans, Last chance at old| proved by a Baptismal Certificate which Applications are invited for the own fall, .

“DYE HADION TD yO nn | Prices: Morris 6 Saloon and Two Door] must accompany the Application. vacant post of Labour Commis- New Amsterdam, Berbice.

PYE RADIO: The Jamaica Broadcast- | Minor Saloons all on hand for immed- Forms of Application can’ be obtsined sioner, St. Vincent ,
ing Company has awarded the contract | iate delivery from the Vestry Clerk's Office. ‘ pike a : * i . ws
for the supply of one hundred communal mee ica Garegs wae on By Order, The post is ae _ 5
receiving sets to PYE RADIO. The sets ‘elephone—4504 +o ne E. C. REDMAN, carries a_ salar in the” scale
chosén—-the new PYE-six, Identical sets Clerk, St. Michael's Vestn . ¥ MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, OM FL A SH NE w s

will be opened in Barbados this week—

Pye Ltd. 31,5.51—3n

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Dental Surgeon. —Mental
Hospital
APPLICATIONS are invited for





ELECTRICAL

FLASHLIGHTS & BATTERIES: Two
cell Flashlights with large focussing Re-
flectors $1.47 ea, Three cell at $1.84 each

Penlights—which clip into your pocket
like a Pen—Only $1.03 each. Batteries
at 11 cents each G. W. Hutchinson,
& Co., Ltd. Broad & Roebuck Streets.
i. 31.5.51—-lu



1.6,.51—6n

NOTICE |

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is
the intention of the Vestry of the Parish
of St. George to cause to be introduced
into the House of Assembly of this Island
4 Bill to amend the Vestries Act 1911
to reduce the amount of commission to
which the Parochial Treasurer is entitled
under Section 40 (2) thereof from six per



$2,400 x $120-—$2,880 per annum
with Transport Allowance of $514
per annum and Cost of Living}

Allowance of $253.60 per annum| ¢,o,

or at such rate as may from time
to time be prescribed. Quarters
are not provided.

The appointment will be on pro-
bation for two years in the first

May, Melbourne 6th June, Brisbane 16th
June, Sydney 23rd June, arriving at Trin-

proceeding thereafter
Liverpool.

has ample

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ZEALAND LINE, LIMITED

(M.A.N.Z, LINE)
ARABIA is
Hobart,

é
ss. M.V. “Daerwood" © will
Cargo and Passengers

Lucia, Grenada & Aruba,
gers only for St.

Friday

aceept
for St
Passen-
Sailing

scheduled
12th May,

to sail
Adelaide 26th

Vincent.
idad during the latter half of July, and

to Barbados and

Ist June.
M.V. “Caribbee’ will accept
Cargo and Passengers for Domint-
Antigua, Montserrat, i

In addition to general cargo this vesse) |
space for chilled and hard



TO HAND THIS WEEK-

CANADIAN ELECTRIC IRONS & TOASTERS





THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM








. 7 oa, Corner of
MECHANICAL cent to four per cent instance, In other respects it will] frozen cargo, & St. Kitts. of Broad & Tudor Streets
the (non-pensionable) post of Dated this Ist day of June 1951 be subject to Colonial Regulations tne fat Cae or oe ued: | June *
DENTAL SURGEON to the Mental | BICYCLE: One Ladies Raleigh Sports CARRINGTON & SEALY, and local General Orders. Free} ish Guiana, Leeward and Windward | ‘
Hoepital. Iitnd: Seine BNO or eaten ‘ones |2.6.s1—2» _Salleltors to the Veitey. Vinee class passages will be pro- | Islands

The Dental Gurgict is required

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to visit the Hospital at least once | Coast. 2 6 51—2n, es officer and family not sa Trinidad, :
a week and to be responsible for NOTICE | five persons in all, Bwi. c we
: Tonsignee. Tele. No, 4047.
extracting, fillimg, scaling and POULTRY p NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is! The officer selected will bowl | DA CoaTA & CO, LTD,
am nen. e@ intention o e ommissioners of . - by = ™ ° ve t
cleaning patients’ teeth. Tnstru PULLETS; 100 American Barred Rock | Highways for the Parish of St. George Guired to ensure the proper ad ae red .
ments, drugs and materials are.) Pullets (five weeks old) Bred for | to cause to be introduced into the House ministration of all laws relating a '
supplied by the Mental Hospital. ia roduction. Apply | of Assembly of this Island a Bill to S, ee
PP y P spnas Week Wiel SE oe Road ae amend the Highways Act, 1900 to reduce to labour matters ba ' t
: 5 a ,
Applicants must state fees re- pie. Ward, Grazette's aes tee the amount of Commission payable to recommendations regarding sthe Cc . .
quired for ;— the Parochial Treasurer under Section | conditions of employment of ne O.
(1) Extractions MISCELLANEOUS 48 thereof from six per cent. to four labourers, to deal with all disputes 2 N + a
er cent. . ’ ¢
(2) Filling (simple) ot! tyated this, let ai? G2 Jue 10s between labourers and employe:s g. ew onwventence
(3) Sealing and Cleaning. CAR PARTS: 14 m.m Spark Plugs. CARRINGTON & SEALY, and to perform any other duties e we. —_
li io 3 eac he | Chamois Leather, Upholstery ateria Solicitors to the said Commissioners ‘i 7 ‘ ; roOry
Colonial “Secretary's Ome not | std. many ether items. Enquire at the | 2,6,51°n awe Beowen ss, Seon NEW YORK SERVICE Y ‘
z . | Auto Tyre Co. Phone 2696. —_— - SplEpayeS ime to time, ’ Sails 18th May Arrives Barbados 30th May, 1961 ry ¢
later than June 15th, 1951. 30.5.51—t.f.n., NOTICE The successful candidate will be ails 8th June Arrives Barbados 19th June, 1951 or a ustomers -
29.5.51,—2n. ENJOY YOURSELF! VANILLA I hereby beg to notify seas one required to pass a medical. ex- ns | SaRRTICNRRICNREEES mqurtnipetatnstineneneaten ep *
a aoe Customers and the General Public that ..- ati i subject to
FREE TUITION SCHOLARSHIP | rit oc cenls an ounce SELLING | My place of business will be closed from amination, He will be subject ‘o NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
Applications for one free tution | Sur; °BARBA MFG. Co. 09 ROFBUCK | Monday, 4th until Monday. 18th. inst taxation in accordance wi ’ BB. “ALOOA PATRIOT” Sails oun Seat — Avcivon Barbedon lke Sune, iset,
: 1c * A. L. WAITHE, islation. | § Fy RIOT” Sails 30th ay — Arrives Barbados a June, 19% i. | .
College ie Stropic <) At arabes You THINK! rie Ae San a0): FSaae we EROSS neliaa ations should be addressed } “ALCOA POLARIS" Sails 13th June — Arrives Barbados 28th June, 1951 TO oe eae) BETTER SERVICE, we have taken
ollege o ‘opica riculture ! nes » 651-3 @ eee over additional space r j
will 4 estore eo ear eet —— 6.51—2n to fhe Administrator of St. Vindent } CANADIAN SRRNIOn Y al space on High Street, adjacent to -
GALVAMIGRID, SE SNTE “Beet CUBIC | em ee AGRICUL | ot later than 0th our Main Office, where the following services will _
of Agriculture up to the 9th of] new sheets, Cheapest in the Island!| THE SUGA to reach him n ; 7
J G ft $5.04; 7 ft $5.88; 8 ft $6.72; 9 ft $7. TURAL BANK ACT. 1048 June, 1951. Certified copies of | SOUTHBOUND be available on and after May 28th - a
June, 1951. . h Bette: hurry | To the creditors holding specialty liens) * ms patie “ itted Name of Ship Sails Montreal Sails Halifax Arrives B'dos . pene
2. Candidates should be not léss| 1? ert ts oeTD. er against WELCHTOWN Plantation, testimonials should be submitted. ames
i é > A. Bi vi eee ae St. Peter, 2/6/51—4n 8.8, “ALCOA PIONEER” May ith May 14th May 24th *
than 17 years of age on the Ist of 4.5.51t.f
September, 1951, and hav TAKE NOTICE that 1, the Attorney of s.s. “FOLKE BERNADOTTE” = May 25th May 30th June 10th mi om
eptember, > , an ave ; . the above Plantation am about to obtain 88. “ALCOA PLANTER" Sune ath June ith June 2st COLLECTIONS : You are invited to use our High
obtained a. Cambridge School| | HOQHE POSTERY Just received 1 a loan of £8,000 under the provisions of
woll plaques in flying ducks, blue birds, | ‘ ie ney * . 5 aan

Certificate or its equivalent with, |



sea gulls ete., also ornaments, cigarette





























tne above Act against the said Plantation,



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Sailing Friday Ist
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B.W.I, SCHOONER OWNERS
ASSOCIATION (Ine,)











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preferably, some knowledge of! boxes, jam dishes, butter dishes, ashtrays ag reapact of the Agricultural year 1951 to! $.8. “ALCOA PEGASUS” due May 20th sails for St. John and St. Lawrence epeedier service with a minimum of waiting,
science. Sh ea ene Ors Patera Tinea No money has been borrowed under the SOUVENIRS, CURIOS, : Gildan iaceiapa ‘Greil
3, _This scholarship entitles the — —— Agricultural Aids Act, 1906, or the above JEWELS These vessels hve limited passenyer accommodation,
Colleae, Kesbiedl de tO, at fhe] RAISING 40c per Tb, Currants oe per | Adt in respect of auch emma... New Shipment opened ELECTRIC SUPPLY ACCOUNTS: A. special vi
en but all fees must be je eee en es 10¢. per pt aa ee Haymans Factory an a THANT’S DIAL ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK eae eaten: wicket is provided in our High Sireet premises to
4. Attention is drawn to the! ~ STARLING SILVER Lunch Knives, cat P. A, BYNOE, | see APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—CA ' receive your Barbados Electric Supply Corp.’ * “MM }<
fact that as from October, 1951,]s, Vase, Card Case, Old Ladle. .6.51--3n y. - ot payments.
residence in the Milner Hostel at Clood "Plate, ‘Parks. Spoons ch taaiiae Kt OTICE : ,"
the College is compulsory, autea ae une | 4 ghee POST OFFIC N { Ik D
SUVS Sisal Sts 80 a ena ' \ j i
r Rs . . . ‘
JOHN R. BOVELL Two barges ape yg ae Changes in Air Mails THE ROY. L B NK te
7 Wa Machine, ore new Colc ave ‘ i dead
Appli SCHOLAR TEE Fe onal oe chine “Apply: Evelyn, P pace han Effective 5th June, 1951, air mails will be closed at the General OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM A A i
pplications 4 or Limited __ "| Post Office as follows: — | j OF CAN DA
“John R, Bovell ‘Scholarship”| - ptaromatcear ant Asc aaiell
which will be of the value of )UMBREL LAS—Sample Tot of Ladies cite hata Time _ Day Due A ‘
$1,236 per annum for three years.|moierials at $6.03 each. BROADWAY Bermuda rs 3 11.45 a.m, Tuesday Vessel From Leaves Barbados ‘
tenable at the Imperial College of| DRESS SHOP 4.8 lene 20 p.m. ane 8S. Pca om ai! London oS ue a FN
Tropical Agriculture, Applications | —> , g3-foot Motor-sailer, Diesel Canada (via Bermuda) 2.00 p.m. riday SS. “TRIBESMAN” London st June 15th June ;
to be addressed to the Director of ‘irae anise oer. *pandied by one! Canada (via Trinidad) 11.45 a.m. Wednesday S.S, “STRATEGIST” » London Sth June... 26th gune BRIDGETOWN BRANCH
Agriculture, will be received at) siceps two; has cruised inter-island with United States 11.45 a.m. Tuesday S.S. “FACTOR” - Liverpool Early June Mid June \
the office of Department of Sith of| three aboard; all accessories Sepa 2.00 p.m. Friday 58.8. “TRADER” Glasgow fehl ™ Nie 8S. H. Dalgliesh, Manager ‘
: . 64 ee te F ‘i carly . ius .
Hine, 1951. Se ie Schedules should be amended accordingly. Sea Liverpool = re chp a
‘hats : erg el a ‘SETS EXCEED $2,497,000,000
2, Anplications wit ve con-| PERSONA Coys fo Or" aac Sel Tete aR ee '
sidered a a Sundictate who— ere 6. esse
0) Ee ak im or Ney, i931: The attention of the Public is sivected $6656 3 OOO CPO OCCO? rer SSCP P OPO POOF $.S. “ASTRONOMER” London 26th May
(b) has reached a ro ee Se Be ara fa the Aeveense \ NOTICE S'S. “HERDSMAN” Liverpool 31s ay ————
valent to the subsidiary] september 1944, warning against giving % fers ee tra ae
standard in two science sub-—|credtt to anyone except those having ‘an | % i es | F are siete
i by s is t nf my ’
dects ie ae Seen recinded and still holds ood ' B une ‘ dideie Sand” Gad genaect |For further information apply te - - ALTM A N S B A RG A IN HOUSE |
joint *gxamination Syndicate; oven ‘Newbury, vee ees i i a way DACOSTA & CO.. LTD.—Agents
(c) is 0 saree ern Oe E.5 unis 35 being held by Mr. Rupert '
son of & mative’ or of parsnts| S. x ay Seyiey Riley (Shopkeeper of Nel- ai tolls ae
who have been domiciled in | 5755544.49569600999990005 | 9 aon Guiaen a tae to
the Isla ae, toe S WE ARE PLEDGED TO take place at Queen's Park, PASSAGES TO EUROPE
(a) submits “evidence of dood! BUILDINGS FOR SALE MC cee eae Contact Antilles Products, Limited, Roseau, Dominica, for BORDERED SPUN STORY |
character and general fitness . CUMBERBATCH, sailing to Europe fortnightly. eae tr fare £170; usual ’
to profit by a course of study (alevédare’ Foreman). Dublin, London, or Rotterdam.
at the Imperial College; reduction for children. e
a D
3. A candidate may be required]OFFERS ARE INVITE ats ee e
to copie. & erty cee FOR the Money-Saving Way. ( ROI OOOO Leatitns
testify to his physica n 26
4, Attention is drawn to the ? HOME-making, HEART-taking ai i > 1 : Wall ck ies Cache etal ania
(ecldence inthe Miner Hostel aijALL. OR ANY © Gcrete-nceeteh onthe NOTICE ANTED TO PURCHASE Winton cee
residence in. the ‘" Jardrobes and Pureaus, Wash :
the College is compulsory and oy OF % vende Sane watt pe is pene, e ive in one of our many Bordered Spun
allowances have been increase % ‘ Kitchen Pere : i ' ita: i i ee ets pink on a Ce $1.44
John R. Bovell DINING, Fahey, Badio fe of a board and shingled ? wae eras .
Pn aorates heiders to comply THE VALUABLE : fl ty Mt 8 Seine ee, house or contracting apy EMPTY NIP BOTTLE: ; : te
ae. ; ebts against same, - iy ;
5) The “successful | applicant] FREEHOLD BUILDINGS |" cans in BIW C4 at Newbury 'in the any quantity Flowered Spun & Linens
willbe required to begin his Morris, Wergere, Tub, Rush Fur periss Fon ah cine Two Shillings per Dozen
studies at the Imperiai College at OCCUPYING nt lliee Sete Belle and Zeliee Belle ® Pretty enough for Parties and Picnics ............ 1:32
September, 1951. If no applican like Cushions le. ;
possessing the requisite qualifica-| THE WHOLE OF ONE SIDE . ye S. E. COLE & CO., LTD. — Roebuck Street | , C
Sond Ie Seow be norouied OF 2.6.51, St. George. 6.51,—2n. Suede € repe
the scholarship w z .
unt bese eaed = QUARE ILSON ~ at A new shipment of ten delighted shades... ‘12d
| THE MARKET S .
NOTICE IN 8 SPRY ST. Good News!!! Your Favourite For Children Pw aj
‘ . A Printed Linen, gay and cheertul looking™
perwons wishing to quality |{|ST. GEORGE, GRENADA. Li DIAL 4069 MOTOR CYCLES Arrive!!
s vited to ‘ : 7 :
siiend, a meeting at the ||[FOR DETAILS Apply to:- |S nesssonnneenteneninnos VWELOCETTE Flesh Coloured Nylons
( allenor Stand on Monday, } :
Sune ath. at 3 pam. P.O. Box 6, St. George, | an You'll love the clinging flattery of our <0
THE BARBADOS CRICKET GRENADA Pt The New Model L.E. 200 C.C. is different from the conventional type : Flesh Coloured Hose from 36 8
ASSOCIATION, INC. . ;
W. F. HOYOS ai ates atl den hell aes tame | Motor Cycle — in fact it’s the nearest approach to a motor car. Mats & Shoes i
Honorary Secretary. Increase, the above sepeseearts a. pte { : , 2 ‘ ‘
1.6.51—8n. , huiseee Tr oe 2 Water-cooled. Hand-Started. Shatt-driren New Styles to meet one’s size and price
— 7 =a ‘|| | d Noiseless A BIG ASSORTMENT OF NIGHTIES, HOUSECOATS. .
Sa ly ie a an 4 , '- ae
OT eee. on | TY MY PLEASURE AS, PEDSPREADS, AND TICK ;
| and RIDING UMBRELLAS, Kn
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R adin Room , EP UNDERWEAR t : . gs Come in and see these buys for yourself sae
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Laat indi the ents | g 197 LOGR, Bown a sors BI ALSO | |
: on 7a re “any : 22 i ; :
ei. the Bahamas and tne ( eine sa 8 p.m | BEAUTIFUL STRIPES a
Guianas.—$12.00 Tuesdays, Wednesdays, | riasy } | 56 in. wide—$1.25 a yd. (ff) THE B R AIN USE
~~ —1 o'cloc Saturdays 1 | >
F.A.B. he X eiten eatin. a At “this Room the a ones | ' oe ‘ A G I 1¢ 4 es
a ae A sp i a - the Christian s gg ex mle 7 | re z :
pe Mim og Wy ( Sinnce tnd" neaith ie any te ROS. tr ROBERT THOM. LTD. i 30, Swan Street — §S. ALTMAN, Proprieto
Dirty or is Dirty EDDY may be read, borrowed. hy i
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what they were!

and sug-

amongst the ten members of the

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SATURDAY, JUNE

9

1951

F VERNON MORGAN) AT CT Electers’ Association than they} ed te ae ge
(From SRNON } WAI ae "i te dial . ss : had among. the balance of the short-lived ;
rO CROSS THE ATLANTIC House. —Lincoin
EPSOM D OWNS. June | They did not go in for colour, ee RN
de 2

MAJOR LIONEL HOLLIDAY’S

to-day scored an easy win in

the fillies’ classic, though starting a rank outsider at !



S FILLY Neasham ‘Belle
the 173rd running of the Oaks,
33 to 1.

Neasham Belle ridden by Stan

but unfortunately that was
brought in. They had in Christ
Chureh two very able members
in Mr. Reece and Mr. Goddard,
Fe men who had been most suc



J. A. CORBIN & SONS.

The President and Mem-
bers of Pirates Basket Ball






FREELY...

cessful in private lives. Don’t Team cordially invites all All Day -
7 Clayton, went to the front round- ae you think they would be successful Basket Ball fans and their |}; :
THE} PLA ing S aeems Sune a ames a 5 g * in looking after your interest in friends to their ;
5 a tour le vic y over ese ‘ 4 ssembly? “fT do” '
«Cracker, a 10 to i chance with oe eee DANCE TO-NIGHT i
TO WORK, the joint 5 to 1 favourite Henry iecca ad |
Tufton's Belle Of All two lengths Mr. Wilkinson said tha ;
further away third of the 16 members of his Party were not : tee are ae School, |
BE ER starters, in the House for personal reas- eee. eee a HANDY Vicks Inhaler with you!
: A smart crowd in glorious sun- ons, they were there for Barba- Music by a popular Orch. | nose fla su iffy from a cold, a whiff
shine saw the unconsidered filly dos. He also told the people that Refreshments on Sale. | clear breathing inatantly.
ocoty:* wapiaacap teamed py Nearco out of Phase, run away capital and labour mast work ADMISSION 3/- with effective nasal medi-
NEW YORK {rom her more fancied rivals to together. Labour could no more) There will be Prizes.

American Big Business long
ago decided that it is Good Busi-
ness to keep the employee happy.

thing fromm baseball and bowling

earn for her Yorkshire owner the
record Oaks prize of over £15,000,
She was the first outsider to win

prominent though unable to find a

get on with Capital than Capita!
without labour.

encourage the building of nd








2.6.51—1n.

sponsored by the Misses





{And Vicks Inhaler is safe to

ie

Alli e: nment _ he;

And this year, says? W. H. Ed- this one, and a half mile fillies jhe nek Gees . bus when! ¥
mund, recreation. director of a Classic for 15 years, and gave they failed to encourage new —. ire f
atest and epee concerns young Clayton his first classic industries. They. told the senior you. are reminded o
in ry is spending million success. esentative of thi arish tha
dollars (£178 million)—easily a Belle Of All, the winner of me ibey tad ty intoation, wbarecetan TO-NIGHT'S DANCE
record —— on recreation pro- One Thousand yuineas, anc of bringing in any measure to
grammes which cover every- hitherto unbeaten, was always









hotels. EUDENE and ELAINE r
to chess tournaments and mam- finishing burst to eatch the Mr. Wilkinson also said that: CLARKE
moth Christmas parties. leaders. the Government had amie mienen AT QUEEN’S HOUSE .
i The start was held up ten the bus when they failéd to have; QUEEN’S PARK
None of the 20,000 firms which minutes by Chinese Cracker but

pout out the dollars for fun be-

a deep Water Harbour Scheme.






Music by the Percy Green's

in the race itself he finished It was feared in Barbados. that Orchestra
eWhet rr ellie "deck Sher bs strongly to take second place of if such a scheme was in existence Refreshments on Sale.
leaves the "tactory has meted £1,710. it, would create hardship among ADMISSION — — 2/-

bearing on the way he does his
job next day.

“A man who plays baseball in
the evening will. be able to turn
in a better day’s work than thc
man who kills his time in a tav-
ern.”

LAST YEAR, when he was
hattling Russia’s Malik at UNO.
Sir Gladwyn Jebb was the hero
of millions of Americans who
watehed him breathlessly on ‘TV.

But now Jebb himself has
voiced a growing trend among
UNO men who think that the
goings-on may be over-publicis-
ed. Too much microphone and
TV “eye,” says Jebb. And now

; ; HYACINT

Dr. Grayston Kirk, vice-presi- Come his way than at Bizlet Ssta- ———— a a > Si are

dent st“ Conumun’ Usivéenty, sium Oslo, “on June 18-20, a0 . a to- - = - $10.79
says UNO is being “hamstrung” later the same month on the .

by publicity.

THE Sustain MacArthur Com-
mittee, headed by Mrs. Gloss
Edwards, of New York, paid 900
dollars (£320) to hire Carnegie
Hall for its first meeting. The
hall holds 2,760 people. Thirty-
nine turned up.

America’s population is bound-
ing up in a way which has all
the.prophets hiding their heads.
In 1950, says the Census Bureau,
it increased by 3,548,000 to a to-
fal of 153,490,000.

Stadium track is very fast. It isthe tricity gave rise to questions; obtain from the U.s%, Government
. SINCE I wrote about the mim- one on which the European which were Sopercnink in the! & greater allocation of U.S. dollars, CLUB
ry powers of New York's Car- ¢hampionships were held in 1946 thoughts of many. The villages|they might be able to buy from
mal Spellman, his many friends when Wooderson won the 5,000 and tenantries required water , Canada and the U.S. any commo- :
have been telling me of his oth- metres in 14 min. 8.6 sec. and electricity and the Govern-|dity that was cheaper from that MAXWELL’S COAST ROAD
moa omente ne g00d ‘The climate may not suit Ban- ment should take steps to bring}Source than from the sterling
ayer, first-class ama- |; : i 2 > people j are :
\~ nister so well in Italy but the them to the people, no matter |area, TELEPHONE: 8378 ARE Y U
wan Loge te a member of his Mildn track is good. It was there from what country the pipes, Mr. Goddard next touched on O
college debating team. that the German Harbig set his equipment and machinery came.

To top it off, his first novel,
“The Foutndling,” has just ap-

CE ee cee =** Rann’ faeces! ~— RAEUMATISM! |
ler sedans mg ge aes Ss to nah

‘ give serious consideration to an : : . ; aoe x a
WHEN. 23-year-old _ Elenore ’ . increase of the salaries of civil the encouragement of new indus- a 72 Sa
Nelson left Minneapolis for Scotland Retains. servants, teachers and other| ‘Ties far out-weighed any disad- OR /| ON
Washington six months ago, she h w hi Government employees and alse wane aides af ere no ie ! oh iy ar
Was guaranteed cocktails every the removal of such trade restric- Mr. Goddard en Geait wi ne : Z| Theatr
fternoon by the haberdashery Golf C ampions P tions as were hampering trade Hotel Aids Bill and what it would & REPAIRING ? fig 3X im

rm employing her—and ‘‘guar- LONDON, June 1. and so causing the salaries and|™ean to the island and. Christ 4 x

antéed”” a. husband, too. Now she Scotland retained the Women’s wages of the employees and| Church particularly, Trinidad and Their terrible pain is often needless.

is back in Minneapolis explain-
ing. that she got the cocktails
but that the many Washington
men to whom she was introduced
were not “solid enough.” bee



ship starts on Monday, so, they had accused his Party of| representatives. He then explain-| quick-acting ingredients, EVERITE ASBESTOS CEMEN D
Scotland were always favour- all the major iils of the island. His! ¢¢ the party system and said ¢ DOLCI ia pare aes safoumniy 3 in bospitals and poe, It is in 10ft., 6ft, 4ft., 3ft., 2ft re ga SOIL PIPE
i hei ur+- Party had sat idly by and allowed| that they did not believe in it. deing prescribed by doctors now. ( has reheved the anguish of many , 1 4 ' Ss & f 1 =
THE COURTS PLAY ites ‘to’ win following their s a a ahs - a ‘ ar Su raed They believed in abilit rt f your fellow sufferers with long-standing cases of joint -stiffness and EVERITE ain. BENDS & BRANCHES
prising clean sweep by nine games the on ee aes stn Ween f 1 't ri % ane. E xtreme pain. So, you see, the sooner you use DOLCIN, the soone EVERITE CORRUGATED SHEETS
asterday or were » going to' Was No goo ryir a reme pain. ¢ P > . error , ;
ERDISTON TO-DAY RE Sree aie Seucae ag onger ‘were they a 7 cricket whan Mid “thee wide Can ‘wr condition may be improved. fe ; : = 10ft., 9ft., 8ft., 7ft., 6ft. lengths,
The Courts will engage a team by six games to three and to-day “The major problem facing, Playing football. is pro awa costs very little, Get it today--100 precious table=: Phone 4267.
from Erdiston College in a cricket won their last match against Irs+ Barbados today is the rising cost} He said they hid formed tteri- wb nv
match which will be played at

Erdiston College to-day. Play
will start punctually at 1.30 p.m.
The Courts XI; L Sealy (Capt.),

Neasham Belle who is trained
by George Brooke at New Market,
covered the mile and a half in two
minutes forty-one and one-fift h

seconds,
—Reuter.

Two Chances For,
Bannister To Run
That 4-minute Mile

LONDON.
If Roger Bannister is going to
do that four-minute mile it may
be-out of the country next morth.
3etter chances are not likely to

500-metre track at Milan,

A mile will be his distance in
Oslo and the promoters of the
Italian meeting will be wise if
they stage a mile handicap, be-
cause the advantages of running
on a longer track with fewer and
more gradual bends, are obvious,

In Norway, Bannister may have
A. Boysen to extend him, Boysen
is the Norwegian who returned
the fastest time for 800 metres
in Europe last year, 1 min. 48.7
sec.—and don’t forget this Bizlet

world 800 metres record of 1 min.
“6.6 sec. in 1939.



International Golf Championship
of the Home Countries in the
series of games which ended on
the Broadstone Links, Dorset, to-
day.

The Women's Open Champion~

land by five games to four.
England, common losers to

Scotland, finished second with @

six to three win against Ireland

K. Morris, A. Thorpe, F. Phillips, and nine to zero against Wales,

A. Daniel, E. McLeod, G. Miller,
R. Kellman, E. Thompson, F. Tay-
lor and R. Fitzgerald.

Erdiston XI: C. L. Cuffley
(Capt.), T. Blackman, R. Knight

: y inerease in prices | — y
E. Weir, Cc. Best, G Watson, continue throughout the year. At} AT ae = PARK
x ae steiner area rn 7 + T d no time in the past five years, has | THURSDAY ath
in, G. Holder an s rt. \ 7 the cost of living not risen far and r
—Reuter, W hat $s On LO ay above what increase you ma y | and,

while Ireland, who beat Wales 6
to 3 before losing to England and
Scotland, were third and Wales
with three defeats last.

—Reuter.

Police Courts — 10,00 a.m.
Netball — Foundation Girls



STANLEY SMITH (32) one of the two Smith Brothers, who two
years ago sailed a 20 ft. boat across the Atlantic, with Mr. Charles
Violet, aboard the “Nova Espero” in which they will attempt another

crossing of the Atlantic.
Pier at the South Ba ink, London.

Government Missed The Bus

@ From Page 5

Much money was spent on edu-
catiom but in his view, the bene-
fits to the community were not
as great as they could be until
technical schools were established.
Such sehools would fit young peo-
ple for the sterner sides of life
and enable them when they went
abroad to compete with the youth
of the country to which they went.

He said that water and elec-

said that the
so high that

In conciusion he
cost of living was

workers in business
keep at a low figure

Mr. F. ©. Goddard said that the|
Barbados Lebour Party had put]
their views to the public for the
last number of years and in doing

concerns to

The start will be made from the Festival

Express.





He said that no one could blame
the Government for the increase
cost of goods that they had to im-}
port. That was beyond their con-
trol as well as the merchants. They
had’ to pay what the exporters
could get for their goods in world
markets. There was however an
exception to this and it had been
drawn to the attention of the Gov-
ernment on many occasions how
the cost of living might be kept
down. It was that if they could

unemployment. He said that the
Government was more than short
sighted by not encouraging new

Jamaica had already put such a
bill on the Statute Book but Bar-
bados was still thinking on these
things.

1%. J. H. Wilkinson first asked
the electorate to return their two

of living which seems to nae. e| selves into a Party called the

by a long way any
may get

increase we

for our sugar and inci-!



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industry is able to pay,”

he said. |

THE STARS

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before the reaping season begins
and the increase which has been
for the past few years a matter
of 124% to labour
whereas the

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VI I 111. W II SI I usi BARBADOS ADVOCATE P.V.I. FIVE 1 Charged With Stealing Goods H orth 30 Cents I ii41 usi rial Situation In Grenada Normal Says Walcott THE PRESENT POSITION to-day in Onna Industrial matters arc concerned is rani normal, Mi t. L. Wakott told the Advocato There is evidence, however he said, that the altuatloi there is itUI far from being considered satisfy Mr. Walcott has nixi returned — from thai eolony. 11. i earrving out mi Inveatigerttofi In In th trade union n then*, after the Qsdueti pules MMn the Manual and Men ml Workers' Union led hv Mr F M. Dairy, and the other union*. This was done at the request of the International ("onHear, g in the ease in whicn federation of Free 1 Truii< Fo.ence Ward a labourer of Mr Walco;t said that he was Black Rock is charge! with larof the opinion Ihe industrial diseny if good* from the GovernoriiiUs in Grenada was (ft* m-Executive Committee oi April ertta and lack of revesoghl tn the 20 was further adjourned until Grenada Trade Union Congress. June S by ;, City PottM Magisand to *ome exten Altitude of some of the e-nplovCharied by the Police er wttfa stealing a quantity of goods "A* a %  I feei valued al i log April BO from tna that H • %  the duty ol a trade MenU.l M<> Ita The Bjoodl are union t<> I*.it ill alleged ti be the pToportj i>! and militant and not to nior the (ioverii.ir-m-Kx..Lilivu CVm I M H llfel OOl mittie of justifying its existence. When the hearing wag resumed "The Trade Union I yesterday. Cpl. Watson was reHtH not exert surrlcieni t t • i toe witness Hand by Mr. egptttTa the imagination of InetJ E. W. Barrow who Is appearing D n nrouHto, -'id in my behaii of tba dafanpant UpL nolntoa the time %  •" ipe for an Watson In the cross examination Industrial movement, 'old the court that when he askad rn-s— .._„; ; „ Ihe defendant where she had I"**"*. Suspicion obtained the go him • j IiaV( Oiscovered that some That she got them from the place lf hc executive* 0 f ihe T.U.C where she works. wcrc resigning, and this led to n After the eTOM asamUiatlOn l>i filing ot distrust, suspir IKl SUII was called to the witdisillusionment. This wag aa |iD I. Ha BBld that b H tha niruphere for anyone who wag Superintencient of the Mantal willing to press (he il.wins of the Hospital and ihe defendant is workers, to achieve success. a washer there [Jr. Uoyd-SUll I am convinced that u i Mid that the food fop ihe patient.; error on the put .if ihe employis Issued from the main si "*" "> recosmlee Mr. Gauj'i and this food is the property ••• Manual and Mental Woik-t •he Oowrnof-ln-baeuth •' %  %  • %  had m mittee. obvloua majorlta feuowtag of Onlv wiih lus i^rmission food th Pfc * rk<: '" ran be brought into the Hospital. No raw food can be brought Into FIK vi \n V warded ES Damagi r* In tne A t II Mr C. I H R %  In a rate in whuh she > Uiime.i int of tin and :> for J breech ol atrai %  gainst Lfag sHss it e also cf %  When the ease tan., la t w Una,1.1 in the i gttj Dai our! of Dot let -B", I u M • 10 Ihe ,,-n ui '. %  Du ant said [a. he: evider.,Hal she handea Stoutr material > build four chairs for her Th %  II Ba nd ha charged 13 fr the Hb Sixft \nn-ed him {2 1 Hi< On April i ha broulhl ,l her, Sba asstad Kl one .utii he law %  I .ii inwould brina It when it %  i.i IN not itmli pro|rrt> and %  i them Defendant Stout* by Mr. 1) H i ASTHMA How to ease (he strain in 30 seconds! IY7I1IN d VV IMP I chosing Asthma nukes YOU THIS a the type attention Ike Bartmdian worker Li.S. Workers Will Work tonedtorSpmding From 4.30 a.m. to 10 p.m. ; %  „__ „ ,. . ... There was one obvious dange in the trade union movement in i; .'ti.idn. si.1,1 Mi w..u..t \than jtoliti'.'al ambition 1 or aspiration* oVunlnated in > movement more than Industrial cinsideraimns. "By that I do not mean toed %  traaia union move ment should not have political mbition. but at the Granted Letters Of Adiuinistrulioir the Hosultal On April 20 he received a lelepnone message about 5 p.m. and weol down to the Hokpitul and saw baapector Springer and several other poUeamei He also saw ihe defendant there. This was by the gatekeeper's j t should be primarily j place. Some food was littered huhiMnal .otiMderalions." about the place. The food neluded riee, meat, coffee and Gairy was a very popnlai pottl i man in Grenada today. Mr. Wai The defendant gels her nkfttl :oU va,dt b ul nis 'nethoil. COUW ; |h n member of [Whe condoned bv a trade un[I,. ;i .t M as the best method' in dealing with Induati Hb union had a greater memberahip than any other union in (irenada. "As far as I hava read Mnis the i i lion that any single arorfcJtUf class leader in the Weal IndfeM In the Court o[ Ordinary f> up and got followinterday. HU Honour the Llnef above all similar orgarnJudge granted the petition of his area. That is why I am COB* Oerumde Juneof Bay Street, 81 rtaced thai the T.U.C. of GrenMichael. for letters of Adnumsir..^da did not work hard enough tion lo the estate of her daughter to maintain the interest of the Annie Ernests Fadmore. deeeased. workers in the vartoui Heeaca. nutchinson and BanUooa." j.eld. Soliciiai... appeared lot Jone %  H Honoui aim rranted the petition of Benjamin Daniel A Inee of Welches, Chrial I to the estate of ins deter Oertude Bernard Gollop, late of Welches. Mr, J. S. H. Dear instructed by |051 crop wjli gfl D Lee Sarjcant. Solicitor. Barbados. weir for ihe petitioner. Mr. Mandeville of the Barbados Hearing of Ihe petition of Violet Sugar Producers' Association tolrf GeralSine AUeyna Ol Block Rock, the Advocate >e.terday thai ll" ,i WHIOW-. for letters Of AdminIBM crop is estimated at 180.000 Istratlon to the estate <•! hei hueions Thir. includes the fancy bund Daniel Alleynr wag admolasses output. Journed. I-nsi year's figures for the crop The following wills were adwere 158.182 tons which | more milled to probatethan 21.000 tons below this year's Rebecca Webb. Si. Michael. output. Up lo_April this yi Poltee Maatairalr i i ftned Kdward Q Welch mi: st Ifii heel I I THE Barbadian emigrant lo the U.S.A. will be treated mg W motor van M—ISM on well At noon and at night he will get hot lunches. T) I on August T lunches are made up v .. Police Magi*Irate ol District A on Thursday when he was found guilty of the unlawful poasssarion of i iiuantity f III! I (>'i May 3l* Wel.h w i* seen b.' the sug;.-. -'• r ... ,,v, %  tttfactory M'l.mation a. how he obtained the fugu ublet ibpprd in ihe I iinun quickly %  adeAcdveri I ber, it is this in-.ni >si ihc *v.icm whuh commutes the higgoi danger fr-m Asthma I hphaaonc akfgssM several healing %  gnu* edsen duaitse the suaaxiing, ni.n adai a a du I : feel. inJ in ihi. siv prtSTMl Th Bsssssaaa tnsssassg iM nodiing t' sdssli Mo snack iwiwi. rissH %  Vithms* l-i*r rapid retsd <"••" \sdsBas. sg %  %  >•> i -: •!*•) %  ketp a supply at I f FOR ASTHMA AND BRCKCillTIS TAKE 15 """" r. nomul I r %  %  !iy the %  U l.lt'i A tOM lit). In *, B-id,.tw. Govl. Housing Sctieme In CaMtrtea Almost < i.iri|di it (I -ALLEN LEWIS "MORMACREY" BRINGS 2.675 BAGS OF FLOUR The (*;<>'! ntm-m Housing ieheme In Castries is almost comii i most of the flats are now occupied, Hon. Alien i i h H I '> %  i... n Batbados yesterday i^ this Mormjcrei. The shlacnei from Vancouver and Seattle. The labourers he t^ taking will work at Beaver Itam, Vox l.ukc. Ripon. Rosendale and Sturgeon BarrtSter-at-LeW and a member of Boy factories, II. W. :, -, ^ .".X? 1 ? Che Caatrll l Hoard told the as Belvedere and I.an.irk In Ll,l ~ -nd _B00 bag Of the amount 1.875 bag* of • %  MuKier Bakes. were conalned to vtrbe A Co\, t wheel flout K H. Mimte A .tdvocate ,..terday. Illinois. eame lo Messr Mr. Lewla arrived here on TuesAt all of these factories there *-• 1 ltl %  nd is staying nrc Mess Halls and billets that Tne .•lormarrey ..1... ii i"tli Mi hf| ii Tudor of n ave been approved bv the Stale lur e shipment of lumbei rrotn EdlthvUhV, Pine Hoad. Board ot Health. The camps have Vancouver and Weatiulnaisn Bha kl th it the r.ovornment qf canteens, service buildings with brougnt 47.68B pieces and 12.988 SI. Lucia :s now about to start on Hot and cold water, loundn tub* bundles of Douglas fir lumber for hi Siifjar Crop \\ ill Ik 1 Vw Urcuril Present mdt. are thai the i the public buildings whic'include and wash bowl '(. 1 ... Courts, i.overnmenl Each work' PI Brigade Btationa, Pi Intery and the i ., ti n %  Town Hall All 1hes> he added,. in be Aniartei about snothei real i'i ivgte rebuUdli o.i the Oow rnment wan f> i this: h %  been completely taken un o that Government is now trying to in ihe helds raiae rurtner monies in order to make additional allowances. The Centra) Housing and Planning Authority la co t s st oar l ruj pro| i -.il[ni if, i iiiru'i/ the %  -: %  %  I wn which M <>n the nlRht of March S, |S1. All rebuilding in this been prohibited until the (.<• |iope chiclly. a finanrlal one, as the colony is already 111 be given a kel and bolster. "They have no need for more ttlaii blanket IH--..US,Ihe ralnns an heated," Mr, K.II said. r'ieltl Work cot, '.'if are saon the required suinoavd shaji on the pravloui day-: Toere were not as many rejections. Mr. Tyler and Mr. Meranda %  ot -fi viewing the men yea* Iffssg h i ies Grant Ltd Other cargo brought lo Barbados by the Mermarrey included t wheel bran, HK banof Co Lid Bhc operates undei the Hoora McCormach Lane* 30'FINE CONFIRMED rheii Honoura Mr. O 1. Tayl. Mi .i w B I haneo Judffi he A of App*'>i oandrvned the aswsdon f Hu U/orahlp Mi E A MeLeod M t,.e Mgi*tiUof Dh* > I Benjamin Agard of liritlOU's Hill 30 for driving |g S danaerOOS manner on Mv Locd; itdi en Hovember is. n,ww uso % %  if"i to p*3 %  %  • costi of sppaal which snwuntatl t t'i 8s. M Heart liujbii Caused by High Blood Pressure %  %  s sa^waMaoiaaawwa %  I xPIIBIMA" i. L A Y E N A WiUll m Adolphu* I. Miihafi Annie Cadogan. St H lamea Meet, Bt Philip Prince AJbesi Holder, si. John. Hi Honour lb Sir Allan Collvmore. yesl the petition for the dissolution of marriage in the eaae pproximately 121,180 tons (sugar and molasses) have been produced. The crop Started IB January th* DUI most of the factories did rhief ludae ol s,art unu February. J,I KJ Springholl Factory. St. I.uev, • and Wariens Factory. St. Michael. have bclh finished crop a few days ago. The other factorn i | u** peaky a izsszrsssz.'ssi %  F A c ST5SHSS3St T^oiZr""' J n onr (1. Walker Mr W. W. neeee. K.C. inJuly ptrueted by Mr, D. L. Sarjc nt. planters wen Solicitor, appeared for ihe pelir>ftjy yesteidav. %  may go over to SPEIGHTSTOWN COT LITTLE FISH %  vei>where In 1he In the hank-, in the restaurants they spent most of iheir lime. Some of them told the Advocate that they had no complaints to make about the crop. They had some vecks of steady sunshine and so they gol through Housewives in Speightstown got wc u w ,ih their reaping. On th* Uttle lish yeslerdoy. The fKhing 0 \her hand, they said, the steady boats which return their catches to sunshine has begun lo affect their the SpeighUtown fish market reyoung cani mained at their moorings all day. |f you take r look around Ihe Fishermen -aid that the wind country plantations, one of them was very ligSt during ihe early s;u <| ( vo ,i will see the need for a morning and -o they did not take couple of inche: of rain. He wait. the chance or leavinn their moorhowever, expecting the rain to set in.:-;. The wind remained light n early this month and so he throughout ihe day. thought he could relax a bit i.ver-burdened with the tnat Of bwdaj While Mr. Keil %  reconstruc'ion of the previously ceotrstlng on the papers of some burnt out of the men who had pn AKricullUr.il txperts worked n Wisconsin. Mi. John From an island wide point •>! II Miller. Personnel Uin-.hn of intareet, be said ihat the principal the rail Rivet Canning OVWAI in St LuclS during the last Wisconsin, was taking i* Keen inthree months baa target ta the type of worker being ihe team of OXPI i lo p.ckcd. %  nd submit prtposals for Ai uxual there were some queer lb.agricultural developments of replies to Ihe nitervn-wi-i -. 0JtUB> llie colony. They --pent about ten tion*. A few examples are "'I LucU d received over worked doing hnrd I a lx •>' i l 100 memoranda frofl algh snytsUni OWT 138 |.unress Mr. Merandp and Ihe shouts He lid tbat St. Luna will LM from the, other work.: i. DCndlng to America, ibOUl ISO the building were"He rip workers this yeir cut or ihe Windihirl." ward Islands quota of 500. When There was another case he left home, workers were being which a man was rejected beeau of a bad tooth. He went ftWI S! I.una he laid, will be the had hu tooth extracted and eame assembly point tor all the rmiback for anoiher interview. He from ihe Windward islands, was selected. Government Appointments HIS EXCELLENCY the Governor has bw-i • :ike Ihe appoinUn<-n1s listed hero with ellrcl ft..111 Ihe 1 .! June, lfi Appointments tt> Executive (iratle Government Missed The 'Bus—Wilkinson ABOUT fi.OOO people comprised mostly of workers were al Silver Sands last night at the Barbados'Electors' Association's meeting to hear their views, what they did in th. 1 past and what they intended doing in the lu'urc This was the Party's third political meeting of their electioneering campaign and some of the subjects touched on were registration, age grouping, the high cost of living. pioneer industries and unemployment. The Chairman was Mr. Luther Chase and among the speakers were Mr VV W. Reece, Mr. E. D. Mottley. Mr J II Wilkinson. Mr F C. Goddard and Mr. Vincent Griffith. Mr W. W. Recce said that the follow from such removal %  high cost ot living in the Island the only possible way to keep economic problem which ihe cost of living wilhin bounds, everyone particularly In recent times he said thai the ihe middle class and manual education system had been rePeople found it Imposvised and Age Grouping intro"P*e 10 1 earnings dueed. Age Grouping hid given which although .ai-"i from time tliv to 1np p,. llb | cm of he ba ( k. dkt not keep pace with wnril ( h| d „ n) lm ^ W | U IH H1 the continual rise tathe OOst of ln fhl |rtvhltB| was ,, ,. food and essential article:; rogation was only a pal-h'ldren ^fortunately. no reel nd one which n m l was made to arrive :,t • ,.,u. piwsu tOO COStl % %  ren. He was glad to learn that abolition the of Age Grouplnjj was being conil restrictions in trade and sidered. %  petition which would # On Tage I PRE8ENT NAME OF OFFK'EH DKI'AHTMENT APPOi.viMi*;: .1 C King A <; i!< • %  1 M W, Clarke II. D. Ipi (' K Smith . C. E King i 1 in 1 R A m ti V I. Carrington %  ham i W 1 F. J Odle R P Parris Mrs T Vanghan W T Bl N W I^gall .. \|..!,.. I .f'..|. Treasury I • %  Cut UMU Secretariat • Tax Inci me T.i\ : 1 1 Legal Labour Rank Social w, 11 in %  Assistant Secretary. Secretariat Oflke Supt. Secretariat ni, Treasury. Audit Auditor. Audit. Supervisor. Customs Supervisor, Customs Ofii.e Superintendent. tor, Income Ta* i De 11 DuUe 1 Income T^\ Inspector. Imome Tag I Ortk" 1 I I.JUHU Ofllter. Labour • Oil cei Serial Welfare Postal Supt. Post Ofrke Accountant. Post Office (u) Promotions lo Senior Clerk Ml:.,.'...' O E M H Mt<"onney T F King A S limb* .. Miss M 1 W A Wharton rls %  Agriculture %  Customs Agriculture Post Office P0 "!' Secretariat (Secret Hn Secretariat (Records B Treasury Medical Agriculture Post OnVe. Po-t Office (b) Prnmntinno to Officrs ranking as Senior Clerk :-M C, A Kamsay J II M W H ( O. A Ashby B deC. 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S\TI KflAV .11 SI 2 lull BARBADOS AllV.H \TI I' \(.l si VI \ CLASSIFIED ADS ptmu X OTMIS •••WU MW WA* !" FOR UENT -i-dam, T !" .n^M ,ii, i MWM vj 0l Mm,..", iM ueefc ?1 *i. .a IMMH ethane <**•* W a .IIM MM Ml rcumoMi isoe Par luih. Marriaa. bMM I Ca.ilng Ihe '''II' W* Bn >number of worda up to SO and ceiila 1*1 wtwd tor SM". additional word Terma ..ah Phone MM between a and p m 3111 tor M Seller, ot.ly after p m. FOR SALE Minimum charm wee* ft real* and -.: i. v %  en-da) BMM : IN MK.MOKIAM ry of any beloved hiaattand Alexander Brathwalte -ho died on June lid 1V Gor* but not f or g ot te n tor a* long as wamocy laet Well alWaj. itnitmtHi iie. MM SSM •AVM : M „, mlf d „, it-.ther Koaalee !>-*.. „ho departed lllla life <. J U11 fad |tM Sleep on j,., r nothfr ..our Uak ,.| %  >• %  > MM MVMg ha.ul. | mae" Tin MM >u loved >ou dm .our Ml 1 1 il 1 Jf>N|a In living „„, Merth.i J J,)iuhn lil.... tnd June. IMT %  MM > .' .eek the MM II II iDaiur .1 neekneaa % %  %  %  id th,( is si m A A \OI \4 KMFATS I'VE ANNOUNCEMENT*Starting June incl u over IMe !....apraker. of Barbadoa ftoEUffuMOft %  MTVIMi Lid u.ir.: m u, I new—lye AUTOMOTIVE CAR Ata.Un Piattk-alij New * Read*, M CAB Ror 1-. IH>n n. n*w <•.-• No flrn t nan ,.<-. Cheae* Car CAR: Mom* Oxford IBM Peited rondiitan. owner-driven, new tvrea and bat Ml? rniM wiin 1-., %  itwaveftadin "i or term* arranged Dial 3M4 Of Mil CAHl-ii.se Morn. U Saloon l bv (he undrruaiicti not Liter U*an gBI'trdat BU. JMM IM; Candidate, rm.rt be daughter. .( prnariioiirra in Hraliened riirmuUnrn. .*nd muM be over euiht >rar> and liu i^n MPMMJ MM old „,, the Jirt Mr, %  nieVMe mutt be forwarded. Hh an appUr-afio.1 form, obtained fro-n Ift Pamchial TrTMnrrr'* Ofllce Th. entiaroe Mimivl on will be held l lb* SI Michael. Girl.School on Saturday lfth June 1M al III am" P K tt *rOTT. Clerk II PMM ul -i%  %  %  %  TAKF N'OTKT. that T K Cortll< owner of Ihe above named pi-nlatl... !• about lo obtain a kUM i MJ> under Ihe proviuon of the above Act again*! the Sneer. Molaaeea and otne rrop* nf ihe aald plantalion \ %  n IMl— S3 No money hai yet been borrov aKin*l the aald crop* Dated (hi. 3Mh day of Ma 1MI T. E CORSD MM tl. public auclla. ai l<*arh. Ray Itreel. Opt ' One I'.Mii'i* IIO.>| i; Aiv A At.rlioneer ; | GOVEIMIE.M NOTICES i n. n O-i. MOTOR I.ORRV 19.11 Bedford Lorry Bedforrt rear end A Chevrolet enelnr Hugh II. 2 M PYE RADIO The Jam.it. Rmadra.tlK C-smpiuiy ha. awaided Iht contract for Ihe *uppl t ,c not lese than 17 yi'..i : ..I UKV on the 1st of September, IUSI. ami ban obtained a Cambridge School I CcrtilTcate or its equivalent with.:"/ ptefeiably. some knowledge oflbo %  ctancm 3. This scholarship entitles the huliler to free tuition at the College, but ail other fee* must be met. 4. Attention is drawn to the fact that ax from October. 1951, residence in the Milnei lithe College is compulsory. 27.5 51—2n VANS—New Mum* Co v. ley and TTM J IV twi Van* Laal chance at old prtcrv Morrt* • Saloon and Two Door Minor Salonix .ill on hind fm uni.ied ..-,. ilUVMl Port Royal Garage Ltd Telephone—SM %  El n ELKCTRK AL n^JtllLIGIITS A ItATTFHirS i ./hi. wiin laige fo.vt.-n..' re, i.., |! II Th.e* ceil ul II K %  t.lch .lip Into your pocket like a Pcn-Orilv SI 03 rach Batten.-. al It r-errta each G W Hutrhi-i.rte. A Co.. Ltd Broad A Roebuck Street* .ii | :.: 'u .MECHANICAL niCVCIjr. One Ladle* Raleigh Spo>i. Model Good condition OW'-er Wavl'.K ....nd. Price (00 00 or neaieit ofler. Telephone SSIS Rlpley^m-Sea. Maxwell Coa*t ? I n M POULTRY MISCELLANEOUS CAH PARTSIt m m Spark Plue*. Material rnd many other item* Enquire >l the Auto Tyra Co Phone MOD SO 5 SI if-. ENJOY YC I -sM -s*. K f-i pint or • cenl put BAJUM : .STPKITr III. I ; YOU THINKVAMII A St MtltS I --*• \ \\i: %  MoimJiK ATEII Til AS* IS S M tn NO i ret Applkaixim for one or more vacan H Michael. Ve.1., E.hibirlaon College mil be rrrelved b> Tn TtdMbty the mn dav of June 1MI Candidate* mu.i be the % %  iinlonrr. m .tiaitened r.riumituniea and mu.i be bom hetw.an the t>. Setten, Per IM *nd the 3Mb Mareh I0U lo IH proved bv .. Bapti*nal Ce.tifl.-.te *hi<-> nuat accompany Ihe Application Porm. of AppllcatM).. ran be obl.inx from the Ve.trv C i.. ." li order. T C REDMAN. I I l *., C ""' *" th "" V ,n NOTICE NOTICF Is Htnini I.:\K-S thit it M nv ir.lentim. ,.f t h, Ve.l.. „t )nc p ar i.h St < ft ... 1 ci *M %  %  %  I.. the Hou*e of Aurmbl. .,f tin. I.I,., .| Bill M amend Ihe Ve.ln.%  hich Ihe Parochial Treauirrr i. e>, tilled ndm Section *o .. thereof from .m per ,.-r ,-ei.l ratling fsrUitert. it SUHMI llila. SI. vi„ i, ,,-i A Polling Box has been EMttlled i"' to UMJ <., me Commissioner ol Pdli.e, Station Hill, St. Ml hat i %  ancM mil ue made Monday to Friday1 00 pm. Saturday — 93b *j PtMl Oftliv. tftn May, 1951. follows l.3o a.m to HELP -,und ktMwlMM gr.ftimar .ho can aUo t.pe well. t. to*e claiMiled adv ertlaemenU OrJ^ IrcM uith Ine above aualifkatmn. nee. iting only la A.' iMSMMfaM I • M ,,„ HOC-sac-MAN iicnaji n, .*.!,.lei. Relere.c-r. e. %  iiiuaiina I ISS1 li MISCELLANEOUS H(U M | D.HIR1JR BJRDROOM Ea„. aea bathing, ideil I.., .o..n f couple lawinm ReiideMtlal Cluh. M* swell Coaal Ro.d Tel *JTS 10 Sl-gn PLAT 1 '. i. %  : I. %  ... ..r ,-'..,. I > 1 If, LARGE HOIM: AND PI-\T M |h. C-mp, Ml M g SM •.! lawrenee Qao fully fi.i-i.irf.ed Appk Biallow Mac *•!! Coaal Dial bMT • l-l f n MAIIKIIAM HtMMMl 7,., ||M" ,ea Purmaheii ul ,^ ^, tr •*• %  ooienience.. ludw, Prtd a n i ""' M ^ %  ~Ma**rtahfe Fli.i.i,u,e Rraddtaw A Ci \rni in Btst I Hoi, w bttlMii Worihing m %  • % % %  %  I > N -i; i ,, 2 6 51-ln Applicit |d lor t'i v.K.tiu ,„,-: .,? iji.uu,coaantu sioner, St. Vincent. % %  is pensionable and carries a aalary in the' sea!.' $2,400 x $120 42.880 per annm-i with Transport Allowance of fall par annum and Cost of Living Allowance of $253.80 |>. or at men rate us may from time to time !• prfaenbod. Quartera are nt provided. The apixiinlmciit v. ill be on probation for two years in the flrsl % %  stance. In other respects U will be subject to Colonial Regulati."-. ind local General Orders. Free llrst class passages will be pn>%  ided on llrst appointment for Ih* Acei ..nd family not exceafjlii | ive iiersnns in all. The oftlter selecl.ti will be~i propaf ad(OR SALF n -i n ,, i rotM| K CatUra i k I .. !>i .i tM ... MM IJMI Ai ..... the Sea. ope" •Him* fi,.irg „,m dlm.n %  trhenetle., |. %  i ..II laws rritttne the amount of Commlaalon payable M recommendations regal %  £*.£2?Z' t '* ~T'^ u —^ n d cr .f^-'i 0 ."' conditions of employment J labourers, to deal with all disput-M ted thU 1*1 d.. of June 1*51 Solicitor* lo the aald Commi.Hom i a si—an RAI.VANISr.n SHPPTSBe.1 ^ualllr rw .heel. Cheapeal In the l.land | fl $i 0* ; ft K St. B It W 11S 'I l*> M: io n ss o Neti ci.h Batb A IIAHNE8 .-. CO LTD. 4 9 11 %  f nivcd In IIAIKINS Oc per Ih, Curranto lb otd Split MI 10c per pi M T\lor St.e.-, CU3 1 Jl 3JOHN R BUVEI.L SCHOLARSHIP Applications are invited for one 'John It. Ik. veil Scholarship which will be of the value ol |1,SS6 par ;,nnum for three years, tenable al the Imperial College of noptcal Agriculture. AaaUrMttotM to be addressed to the DutCtOr ol Agriculture, will be received ttM oAoa of Department of S.uiuu and Agriculture up to the 9th of June. 1051. 2. Applications will bo considered from a candidate who— (a) is between 18 and 21 years of age on the 1st of May, 1951; i Reading Room 2 isT I-LOOR. Bovm aora k %  iBioad Slreeti f 1 10 am -> p m I TueadaTa. Wednesday*. Prlday% %  10 am. —II o'clock S-i At M.I. Room Ihe Bible and a. < lhe Chrl.tian ftCBtr.ee teat-booP %  Science and Health i", P Ihe Script..ie* by MARY RAKER A J EDDY may be read, borrow**-. %  or purchaaed a MvHORS ARE WEI.tOMl I NOTICE hereby beg to noiif. Frlendi fii.lomm and Ihe OSSMral Jhiblic that im place ..f I Ml -111 be cloaed fn.nv Monday tin until Monday ISO. li .. A L WAITIll IS HIM I I %  th IMH -l"t Vt.rtH I M I: \l IIVNK \. I ii ;a Ihe .rrdn.r. haldi-i |-.l.li. I '*' nmllTOMN rianlall.... TAKE NOT* Att..ine A UYNOE. labourers and lantl to perform any other tut %  ilhat m ,v "*' i""u |l '., Km* Sailing r aai i %  I M N XM-. IlllliWt Ilt\ ( HI M II I AMSTERDAM* : •! 90.000.00 to be n.il b> the i so. (al pa.) ol Municipal (Bearer) '00 00. $500 00, $1,000 00; $2,000 00; $5,000.00: $10,000 oo ai .. rmli > taresi payabte half. %  %  Town Cc w.tii ihe approval t,f the '. the -to confar red by the New Amsterdam Town Council Ordinance. 1949. Th. BotNBl will be repaid 20 year,i the united '(4) Am Brill i Toteet IriUali protected State, (5) Smith-WrM Af: (61 The Irlat Raq (7) Iraq. • (8) Iceland I Burma m of Jordan. A Sinkins IMl ,,r 1951 will be pro%  ILI.IIK ..o. of the efeti i ravonue of the Council, towarda ilvaa to accept any application; o the Bonds as they may Hunk lit. N.i application below pai will l>e considered APPLICATIONS must be encloae.1 i ,!,.,.-, n-.-.t-katl .in) must be addressed to tha Town Clerk. New AiTiaUrdaRi, net luce British Guiana. D. DOW. Town „ ; ,B. T Wn ""* Berbice B W.I SCHOONER OWNllllS aaociATioN (taa.1 H Conalgnce Tale No *MT. I.'-',-.-.','-' %  T Air. NEW TORR SERVICE S -T1NDHA Balh l*ll, M... A, A StTEAMJUt Sail, ftth J,,,,. UTtVM Rillkadix : MI. ie. I0BI NEW .i i l i% %  HERVICE "ALCOA ROAMER Sail. 10th Hav Antiew RarUdoa lit June ISt %  AIX'OA PATRIOT' 1 Sail. .Vlh May ArriveIL.,l...d-.. lili M...IA % % %  . %  \, r %  -i SOIIHROI SD -I CANADIAN HERVICE Sail. M..nli —I Arrlr*. RJ. nilllXIAI ROI'VEVIRS. CURIOS. JEWELS New fthlpment opened THANTS VS POST Ol I II I Ml I II I Chun yes in Air Mails mails will lie closed at the Get Mil Effective 5th June. 1951. a %  I), 'ination Berniuoa ... Bermuda) < anada (via 1 rlnii United States Time Day 11.45 a.m. I... 2 00 p.m Friday 2.oo p.m. Friday II 45 am Wf-ilm ada 11.45 a.m. Tuevluy 2.00 p.m Friday Schedules should be amended accordingly %  I INxt Oftice. ,11st May. 1951 ,v,vAV/W/AV/eO**w*ev. I func JSrides !" P3L H \ v \ | -It ,1, that I .I.II Ul HO >> %  .' 6ay. . IVK ARr! I'l-HKiKD TO | FURNISH | Ii.iMstMl lsflllaa| Way. ?. HOME-making. IIF.AIIT lakina A VanlUM. Stool.. Wardrohaw. S aie.t.-of.lJr..-er., Cmhlnaltor. 9 *a*h alanda Mght-chim. DINING. Fancy. Radio A Kilchan Table*. China. Bedroom l< Km hen Cahlneta. Sideboard. W-iggom. Utfstn I At me UI.II'K Spr. \ L. S. WILSON I NPIIY ST. DIAL 4069 JERSEY SILK FUR BLOI SES. fjMflaSMBM fR UNDERWEAR in soil shades ALSO BEA1 III I I. MSBM M In. wide—$L25 a yd. THANI BROS. Pr Wm. By. Swan Sta. tad iK held by Mr. y (Shopkeeper ..huh ii plat < at Ql Dane Rupert f Neldue to I'.o ndfiy. July 2nd. 1051 COl'I.BOUHNE CUMBERBATCH. (Stevrxlore Foreman). V,W/AV*W/eVA6V/,V/>' NOTICE The puiilic Is hen 1 ;. irned aicaiiisl the buyinK of a boa id and ahumlcd atnetni an: debts against same, sltuat" e*i at ifewbury in thi pariah of St. Qrorjn* Jointly owned by Ralph Erskme JJellc ami Zelw.i Belle. EBUCA BELLE. Newbury. 2 6 51. St George. Miainnot s AI.OIA PEGASUS'' due "... River J 1 SI I ha >nd at Lawn n The^*MI el. hve limited TIIOM LTD. —DA COSTA sMsaaatl H AND C.CLF (AN A IH AN ROBERT APPLV: — NEW CO, YORK LTD.— SERVK 1 SERVICIHARRISON LINI OUTWARD FROM THZ tTKITED KINODOM Dae H i, I' i-l %  'oh Jiu loth Juno 2th June Mid .'one Vessel l.INC.CIS'l THIBESMAN" STRATEGIS1 •'FACTOR %  •TRADER" From 1'imlon Ldxadoo London Uverpool lilv IOW %  l-iveil 1 leaves 10th May 1st June Hth June Eai h JUIM Barb Jnn M... J.i HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINODOM Vrwi Far Closes In Barbados s s s s "ASTRONOMER %  HERDSMAN London i. varpool 2RUi May Hal Maj For further Information apply le • DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.—AfenU TO EUROPE Contact Antilles Produ, I I I l % %  %  A. R wOss l D-mdnica. for salli'iK lo Europe fortniKhily. The usual ports uf call art. ANNOUNCING iVtf'fT t Of J f > it 'Ml #••' /or # rr v/ofri.•# v TO LIVE IW BETTER SERVICE, we have laken over additional apace on lliich Slice!, adjacent lo "in Main Ofltat, .henthe followm* nv-.v ill 00 ..•nl.ibl,. i,n and after May 28th. ( tillK liovs : YO„ an mvited to tse our Hifh Sin.'i 1'ntiance. where w. ran now give you pee.ln-i latviaa with a minimum of waiting. riJECTRI. Mil LI AtttHNTR: A special wi.ket b) pnrpUad In OUl High Sireet premises to "*"" v "in D.nlxido, Kltvtiic Supply Corp. i in. -ii THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA KRIIKiMOtVN IIRANCII S II. BMBSBMBM, Manager. Assi is EXCEED S2.497.nH.aao •.•.V.',W.V.V.V.V/.//, Dubllii, London, or Hotli reduction for chi.dren. WANTED TO PUBCHASE a f.'owff Xvu-sl! 1 ...• i-'urimrilf Mitron VYCLKS Arrtwmlt VELOCETTE The New Model LE 200 CC. is .liilc.enl Irom the conveniional lypc Motor Cycle — in fart it's the nearest appi..a< li to a motor tar. HI.T.riwJl. ##... i./-S, /./. SA ,,ti—I, •>• %  <• anil XmiiflvHM. For SIMPLICITY. ECONOMY and RIDING PLEASURE f/. VELOCETTE ROBERT THOM. LTD. Courtesy Garags — White Park Road ALTAIAN'S BARGAIN HOUSE It'll s II BORDERED SPUN STORY a i.mill's You too can look more bsauliful and allracliv. In one ol our many Bordered Spun Pallerns tl.tt i %  '/*! i i -it'tl Spun t% lini'iis Prolly enouqh lor Penile, and Picnic. 1-32 A new h.pini-nt ol len deliqhled .hade. _." 1.23 Fur i It i lit it-11 A Primed Linen, gay and cheertul looking 1.10 I ti'sh I it I im it'll Xiflims You'll love the clinqinq flallory ol our Fleih Coloured Ho trom I.3S Hills tfa Shift's Nnw Style, to meet on.', size and price A BIG ASSORTMENT Or NIGHTIES. HOUSECOATS. UMBRELLAS. PEDSPREADS. AND TICK fj*rCome In and ... these buys lor yoursell a .THE BARGAIN HOUSE I 30. Sinn Strict — S. AI.TMAN. Proprietor rBONl 2702






Havbados :

“EVERYTHING WOULD TASTE NICER” —

IF U.K. HAD MORE SUGAR

Gonservative Tells House

ESTABLISHED ee

SATUR

PRICE: FIVE CENTS





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$2,124,124 And Buys

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receive during 1951, 2,226,000 tons

Of Commons

LONDON, June 1

PLEA FOR MORE SUGAR on the ground

that it would improve Britain’s morale and
result in higher production was made in the House
of Commons today by Gerald Williams, Conserva-
tive. He said there was no doubt that the nation
was still undernourished, though this was denied
from the Government front bench.

“More sugar would make it easier for the house-
wife and this would lead to happier homes,”’ he

added.

“Everything would taste nicen
which have a great psychological
effect and tempers are thereby
improved.”

Housewives in his constituency
had complained that there were
too many sweets in the shops and
that was why they could not get
enough sugar.

Mr. Williams thought there was
plenty of sugar if Britain aimed
to use the full production of the
Empire.

There was no shortage in the
West and there had been an Em-
pire surplus.

He did not think that if moré
sugar was available, it would cost
the Government more in subsidies.

He thought the housewife paid
her own subsidy by paying five
pence for sugar, but seven pence
for sugar in manufactured goods.

There was a total surplus of
$25,000 tons and he asked what
Government were going to do
with that. “If we cannot re-
move rationing the ration should
be increased. But it would be
wiser to abolish it altogether”.

If rationing were abolished,
output in industry would go up
and it would help health and
morale as well.

F. T. Willey, Parliamentary
Secretary to the Ministry of Food,
replied that nothing would delight
the Minister of Food more than
te be able to increase supplies of

sugar. People would like more
Sugar .
“We estimate that we shall

000 tons of commonwealth sugar
and 590,000 tons of raw sugar
from our own beet crop.

There may be other sugar
available but it would be dollar
sugar. It is not a fact that there
are large surpluses of sugar go-
ing abegging.”

On the free market over the
past three months the price of
sugar had risen from 40 shillings
a cwt to 56 shillings.

In Queensland disastrous floods
had affected the sugar crop and
Britain would get 1,000,000 tons
less. They woftd also be af-
fected by drought which had
similarly affeeted @e crop in Fiji.

To maintain throughout the
year the 10-ounce ration with
seven one pound bonuses which

were given last year, Britain
needed 1,102,000 tons of refined
sugar. Over and above that to-

tal manufdcturing requiremenits
were 920,000 tons giving a total
of 2,222,000 tons to meet present
rations and allocations.

“To provide this we need
2,274,000 tons raw sugar against
estimated supplies of 2,226,000
tons,” Willey said.

“We should therefore be able
comfortably to maintain our pres-
ent position throughout 1951 but
the prospect of derationing can
hardly arise on these figures.

—Reuter.






















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Reds Slow
Down U.N.

Offensive

TOKYO, June 1.

Communist resistance to- day
Slowed down the United Nations
offensive in Korea but did not
stall the drive.

United Nations troops probed
forward along the whole Korea
front and in the east central sector
a patrol re-entered Yanggu.

Supported by artillery and air
bombardments, they were gather-
strength against Commu-
nists trying to hold approaches to
Chorwon and Kumwha both some
20 miles north of the 38th parallel
on the central front.

Communists reaction to United

States attacks indicated they could}
when necessary, produce at least
battalion sized holding groups.

But they were still seen travelling

northwards and indications were
that they had not fully recovered

from the blows they had re-
ceived during the last two!
weeks,

—Reuter.



India Approves
~ Curb Speech Bill

NEW DELHI, June 1.
The Indian Parliament today
“pproved by 228 votes to 19 the
restriction on the freedom of
speech and expression clause in
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Neh-
ru’s. Bill amending the Indian

Constitution.

Final votes on the whcle bill is

expected to be taken tomorrow.

—Reuter.

De Valera Wins 69

DUBLIN, June 1
Final results of the Republic of
lheland’s General Elections an-
nounced late tonight gave the

four-party Coalition 64 seats.
De Valera’s Conservative Party
Fianna Fail had 69. Analysis of
the seats at the final count was:
Fianna Fail 69, Fine Gael 40,
Labour 16, Farmers 6, RPepubli-
cans 2, Independents 14.—Reuter.

CRUZ {N BELGRADE

BELGRADE, June 1.
Herman Santa Cruz, Chairman
of the United Nations Economic



and Social Council and Chile’s
permanent delegate arrived in
Belgrade last night by plane.

—Reuter.



Vietnamh Rebels
Renew Attacks

TONKING, Indo-China, June 1.
VIETNAMH REBEL TROOPS 4,000 strong to-day re-
newed attacks in Southwest of French-held Tonking del-

ta, the French Army announced today.

Attacks came after

a day’s lull in the five-day battle to break through French

___defences in the e delta.

It 0 Greek Officers
Confined

ATHENS, June 1

Ten senior Greek officers in-
cluding three Brigadier Generals
were reported today to have been
confined to their quarters for in-
quiries into “sporadic acts of in-
subordination.”

The Cabinet has ordered inves-
tigation of these acts “which fol-
lowed immediately after the
resignation of Field Marshal
Alexander Papagos, Greek Com-
mander-in-Chief, on Wednesday.

—Reuter.





Jailed For Spying

BELGRADE, June 1.
A Belgrade military court today
sentenced 56-year-old Captain
Ludovit Kovac of the Yugoslav
Navy to 20 years’ imprisonment
and loss of citizen rights for es-







Yesterday French paratroops
had hurled Vietnamh attackers
back into the mountains and re-
eovered all ground the French
troops lost in the first three days
of the assault.

French forces had rushed uj:
to 28 miles of the front along
the line of the Day. River when
the Vietnamh attack began on
Monday night in the direction of

UN. Fol ollowing
Right Course
Says Acheson

WASHINGTON, June 1.

Secretary of State Dean Acheson
denied today that he started the
movement for the recall of Gen-
eral MacArthur or that the
Supreme Commander's dismissal
was urgéd hy American Allies.

Acheson told the Stnate Investi-
gation Ccammittee he had never
met MacArthur. He learned that
he was to be dismissed in a tele-
phone call from President Truman
he added.

Acheson also that the
American State Department
vetoed in 1949 the Defence De-
partment’s effort to send a military
mission to Formosa,

said

Answering a estion on the
war in Korea Achescn said that
no one could predict when the
fighting would end. Neither the
Administration nor its critics
would purchase settlement by al-
lowing the aggressors to profit by
their wrongs he said.

“Neither believes that destruc
tion or unconditional surrender
of the aggressor is necessary to
attain the goal,” he added.

Acheson added that all the
President’s advisers believe that
the course we are now following
gives us the best chance of stop-
ping hostilities and ending aggres-
sion in Korea.

Acheson said Truman’s military
advisers believed MacArthur's pre-
posals for enlargement of the
Korean war would not exercise a
prompt and decisive effect in end-
ing it.

“There must be a measured risk
of general war with China, risk
of Soviet intervention and World
War Three as well as probably, the
; €ffect upon the solidarity of the
free wcrld coalition,” he said. The
inquiry adjourned until tomorrow
at 2 p.m. when Acheson will re-
sume his evidence,

—Reuter,



*
Young Guianese
Gets Job In
Windwards
From Our Own Correspondent
GRENADA, June 1.,
Mr. G. E. Luck, former Assist-
ant Master of the Grenada Boys’
Secondary School and Acting .As-
sistant Chief Secretary of the'

Windward Islands since 1949, has
been appointed to the newly cre-





ated post of Assistant Secretary of
Finance and Economics of the
Windwards.

Luck will be a member of the
Governor's Headquarters’ staff and
will work under the Direction of
the Financial Economic Adviser,

Alistair McLeod-Smith,

Twenty-nine years old, Luck is
a British Guianese and was edu-
cated at Queen’s College and the
London University, holding B.A.,!
B.Se Economics and LL.B. He
has also passed the finals for and
was called to the English Bar. He
holds the Cambridge Certificate
for teachers in education.



3 Agree On £50m
Yugoslav Aid Plan

LONDON, June 1.
United States, British and
French officials in conference here,
have now agreed in principle to
£50,000,000 economic aid to Yugo-|
slavia it was disclosed today.

Officials were understood to be
now examining the possibility ot
these percentages for individual
contributions: United Sti ates 624,
Britain 25 and France 12

The contemplated Bea as-
sistance, will be in the form of a
grant, not a loan,



—Reuter.



Lorry Drivers
Return To Work

LONDON, June 1
Many of the 13,000 British long
distance lorry drivers who have
been on strike since Monday, were
returning to work today. The

Phuly 35 miles south of the| whole nationalised transport sys-
Tonking capital of Hanoi. tem was expected to be running
at full strength again tomorrow
French Army _ headquarters} following the vote to return passed
here said insurgents had crossed|py the men’s unofficial strike
the Day River and occupied the committee last night.
village Phuong Tuong 5 miles| ‘The strike was held as a protest
south west of Phuly. agnicet the inspection system

Another large concentration
Vietnamh troops had
Dengphunho 6 miles south of
Ninhbinh. Planes dropped food
and ammunition yesterday to
garrison of 500 to 1,000 Vietnam
partisans. —Reuter

encircled



Jap Ship Refloated

of} started by the State-run

road
haulage executive.—Reuter.



|Cabinet meeting after

——____~______




“MAJOR” LAMBERT, former Abe. to His Excel lency the Governor checks up on flying fish, rum,

turtle shell, “conch” lamps, pottery,

Kingdom at this year’s British Industries Fair.

i nit annette mena

paintings and other Barbadian products. exhibited in the United

Truman Appeals Breaks Into

For Settlement
Of Persian Oil Crisis

LONDON, June 1.

PRESIDENT TRUMAN to-day made a double bar-
relled attempt to settle the Persian oil crisis by sending
personal messages to the Persian and British Prime Minis-

ters calling for the opening
His message to M

of otiations.
ohsmined Tebeddegh delivered in

Teheran to-day by United States Ambassador Henry Prady

Ibrady declared that an “

explosive” situation exists in

Persia and urged the Government to begin discussion with
the British isle ation. ne
it. noha ‘eon ewe el i

that United States Aibaeeecer
Walter Gifford delivered the
President's message to Foreign
eatery Herbert Morrison to-
ay

Moseddegh called an immediate
receiving
Truman’s message. He said he
would inform both Houses of
Farliament about it tomorrow.

The message was sent to Tru-
man’s own initiative and neither
ithe British nor American Am-
bassador knew it was coming.
Motrison told the House of Com-
mons a few days ago that Bri-
tain was willing to send a dele-
gation to Persia.

While Moseddegh was disecus-
sing the situation with the Cab-
inet today, 700 children arrived
outside the building for a dem-
onstration,

It was announced in Teheran
today that General Shahbakhti
has been recalled from his post
as Governor-General of the South
|Persian vil province of Khuzis-
tan and Commander of the forces
in the south.

Amir Alai, Minister for Nation-
al Economy who is to head the
delegation to supervise taking over
of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Com-
pany will manage affairs in the
province unti) a new Governor
General is appointed.

Reuter.

British Ship On Way
To The Persian Gulf

VALETTA, June 1.

The British tank landing ship
Messina from. the Mediterranean
fleet is on her way to the Persian
Gulf it was learned here tox day

A tank landing ship is a flat
pottomed vessel of about 1,000 tons
with doors in its beaws which en-
ables it to run right up onto the
beach and run tanks and cther
vehicles straight on to land,

The 800 ton British aay
Mauritius is now awaiting orders
at Trincomale, Ceylon about 210
miles from Abadan,

The Admiralty said two days
ego it could be assumed that the
cruiser was being kept “within
a reasonable distance” of Persia
in case of emergency.

—Reuter.



REDS SWEPT OUT

ROME, June 1.
Italy’s Communist Party _ the
biggest in Europe has been swept
from about 800 to 1,200 munici-
palities, towns and villages it con-
trolled for five years in the
strategically important “red belt”

of northern Haly. —Reuter.



Queen And Priticess
Visiting Belfast

BELFAST,
Northern Ireland, June 1

Thousands of police lined the
route and two police cars headed
the procession when Queen
Elizabeth and Princess Margaret
drove in an open car through
Belfast to-day.

Tight security precautions were
in force because of threats from
Irish Nationalists agitating for
Union of all Ireland as a iepublie.

But huge crowds lining the
streets gave the Queen and her
daughter a warm welcome as they
drove to the Farm and Factory
Exhibition which is Northern
Trefand’s contribution to the Fes-

tival of Britain.
There were no threatening inei-

dents or demonstrations.

King George had cancelled his|

visit on the adyice of his doctors.

Known agitators in Northern
Ireland have been held until the
four days Royal. visit is over.

In Dublin, capital of the Repub-
lic of Ireland to-day a black flag
the headquarters ot
Irish Nationals Or-
large poster

flew from
Sinn Fein,
ganisation with a
saying “The _ British Conquerci
Still Rules. The Royal
Means Irishmen Jailed.”
—Reuter.

Visit



Call-Up Age Cut

WASHINGTON,
United States
passed a compromise
the foundation for a
military training programme,
sage was by a voice vote
legislation also lowers the
mum call up age to 184 years and
adds three months to military
{service required of conscripts
The House of Representatives ig
expected to act on the Bill next
week —Reuter

June 1
Senate to-day
Bill laying
universal
Pas-
This
mini-



BODIES OF 38
MINERS FOUND

EASINGTON COUNTY,
Durham, June 1
Rescue teams working in dan-
gerous gas fumes and dust clouds
had today located 38 bodies of 81

mén entombed in Tuesday's
explosion here.

This left 43 stil) missing
yards underground. All

finding them alive had been

abandoned.

Officials say the explosion

i history.—Reuter.



was |catarrhal
one of the worst in British mine }lung

Princess
Residence

LONDON, June 1
An intruder broke into Princess
Elizabeth’s London home last
night and struck down a woman
telephone operator. Police emer-

gency “Flying Squad” cars anc
motor cycle police were thrown
around the building, Clarenc«
House.

Th rincess had just returned
from Epsom races meeting ac-

cording to the London Daily Mail,

The telephon® operitor, abous
40, challenged the intruder when
phe found him in the middle ol
the ground floor of Clarence
House near the’ telephone ex-
change. He tried to break throug!

to the front part of the house
and knocked her out with a blow
on the face.

She cut her arm as she fell
The Mail reported that afte:

the alarm was raised the man ran
back and disappeared through
rear door

Police searcher every room and
corridor trying to discover where
he broke in, —Reuter



Dockers Advised
Go Back to Work

MANCHESTER, England,
June 1}.
Manchester's 2,300 striking
+ dockerg were advised tc-night by
their leaders to return to work
immediately. They have been
idle five weeks and have held up
more than 80 ships because they
cbjected to the suspension of two
men who refused to do overtime



The men's leaderg said they
had been given full assurance
that the a would be

Reuter



Re saith Shelved

LONDON, June 1,
The Anglo-Iranian Oil Com-

pany’s request to the Internationa]

Court at the Hague

i"
|
|

over the dispute with Persia has
been shelved by the court as a
similar application has been

lodged by the British Government
the Anglo-[ranian Oi) Company
jlated here to-day.

This move was not interpretéd

here as being a rejection of the
Company’s appeal to the Court}
for the appointment of an arbi-
trator

—Reuter



KING GEORGE
LONDON, June 1.

for arbitration!

$433,468 In April

"THE VALUE of total imports into Barbados in
April 1951 was $3,857,831, according to the
report of the Comptroller of Customs.
Total exports were valued at $4,329,363. Bar-
bados exported PRs oe valued at $2,124,124 to

Canada andeat $

809,080 to the United Kingdom.

It imported only $433,468 of goods from Canada, but

$1,988,254 from the United

Major imports from the United Kingdom were :

Kingdom.
motor

cars ($160,162); motor trucks ($53,712); and motor car parts

($28,015). |

Uphold Spy’

Conviction

WASHINGTON, June 1.
The U.S. Court of Appeals to-
day upheld the espionage convic-
on of Judith Coplon, 29, but left
the way open for a possible new
trial Miss Cop lon, former Justice
Jepartment employee was con-
icted in 1949

The Appeals Court to-day con-
irmed her sentence of 40 months
to 10 years but directed further
proceedings to find out if her con-
versations with her lawyer before
nd during the trial were tapped
If so the Court of Appeals direct-
ed that a new tral be ordered



Miss Coplen was charged with
he removal of Government re-
cords with intention to aid a for
eign power

Later she and Valentin Gu-
bitehev, Russian engineer were
convicted of plotting to spy for
Russia. Each received 15 years’
| Sentences in that case

Gubitchevy had worked for the
United Nations and was allowed
to return to Russia —Reuter.



U.S. Cannot Offer
Troops For U.N.

Security Force

WASHINGTON,

The United States
the United Nations
not offer any troops for the pro-
jected United Nations collective
ecurity force at present as all her
ivailable forees are tied up in

June |
will inform
that she can-

Korea and Western Europe, offi-
lals said today.
These officials said Warren
Austin, United States representa-
}iive in the United Nations, had
been instructed to make this reply

1o the organisation’s request of its
60 members for indication of the
trength and size of military forces
they could offer.

But he is expected to emphasise
that the United States Govern-
ment will review the problem
loter to decide what specific
American military units could be}
contributed to United Nations!
forces.—Reuter,



|
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|

}

|
|
|

The King has developed inflam- |

mation of the
cially announced

lung it
from

pit;ham Palaee to-day. |
A bulletin signed by four doe «|
300] tors said the King has been confin- |
hope of]|ed to his room for

the past weelr
influenza
area Oi

attack of
now a small

with an
There is
constitutional dis-

slight.” —CP).

but the
turbance is

Persia Will Settle—Mexican Way

NEW YORK, June 1.
A New York Columnist said
today that Persia had offered to
settle the oil dispute with Brit-





pionage on behalf of the Czech BUENOS AIRES, June 1. ain on lines of the agreement be -
secret service. The Japanese freighter Baikau| tween the United States and
Fifty-nine year ¢ld Madame} Maru which was refloated yester-| Mexico.
Kovac, wife of the naval officer,|day after running aground 24 Robert Allen syndicated col-
received three years for having|hours earlier in the River Plate| umnist for the New York Post
aided her husband. All defend-|ran aground again today. She is | said that the coffer was made
its had pleaded guilty after a|carrying a cargo of scrap iron for | secretly through United States
tw » = day trial Buenos Aires from Yckoham: | diplomatic thannel
—Reuter Reuter ' J 5t

in favour of accepting it and
these views had been forcefully
conveyed to London, Allen said.
The State Department had pro-
posed to Persia that Justice
William Douglas of the United
States Supreme Court could be
named arbitrator to conduct the
settiement talks, Allen said,

The

United States-Mexican

ied betweer



American oil cormpanies whose
properties in Mexico were taken

over by the Government

Expropriation took place in
March 1938 and in November
1941 agreement was reached in

principle between. the United
States and Mexico Governments
for payment of compens
American oil companie

The irr sgreed ter

ation t



within the five
1947
1947

was completed
year period 1942-
On August 29,
was signed by the Mexican Gc
ernment and the Mexican Eagle
Oil Company which had Ameri-
can and Mexican as well
Dutch, Briti h and other share
holders, for payment of compe
Satior on appro>, mate
130,000,000 ne

ent

ifreement





was offi-
Bucking-!

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Machinery from the United
oer ym. was valued at $128,776
comp ared with purchases of
ah $25,766 frem thé . United
States of America ‘

Frem the United Kingdom Bar -
bados imported $131,947 of cotton
piece goods compared with only
18,442 from Canada. And the
United Kingdom supplied a furth-
er $120,115 of other cotton manu-
factures as compared with only
$7,111 from other Countries

The United Kingdom also sold
Barbados $106,350 worth of shoes
and $75,011 art silk piece goods.

Paints and colours from the
United Kingdom imported into
Barbados in April were valued
at $65,789: from Canada $4,048

After the United Kingd@ém and
Canada the greatest volume of
Barbadian imports came from
T inidad ($224,683) United States
ot America ($151,293) Belgium
($139,049) Holland ($128,698)
Uruguay ($120,055) British Gui-
ana ($113,422) and Argentine
($108,843).

Major destination of Barbaciai
exports after Canada’ and the
United Kingdom is, other coun-
tries ($62,090) Dominica ($51,994)
Trinidad ($49,365) British Guiana
($43,230) United States ($38,383)
Grenada ($32,872) Holland
($32,545) St. Lucia ($29,172)
fave ($29,159) St. Kitts Nevis
$27,349).

Major imports from Canada
Flour ($118,656) Shingle
($103,802) Salted Pork ($65,428)
Dried Fish ($45,075) and Canned
Fish ($40,863).

Major exports tc Canada are
Wark Crystal Sugar ($1,641,220)
and Fancy Molasses ($543,930).



Truman Signs
Defence Bill

WASHINGTON, June |
President Truman has signed
a $6,442,668,000 supplementary
appropriation bill, most of it ear-
marked for national defence, This
is $46,900,000 Jess than he sought
It ineludes $59,223,000 for the

Atomic Energy Commission
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Carib Calling

ee







= is delighted to hear
Ye Mr. R. G. Mapp, M.C.P.
rf The Beacon”, the organ of
the yarbados Workers’ Union, i
cing to the United Kingdom a
2 guest of His Majesty's Govern-
ment It is the ish of Cariw j
an@ mo@st ef his readers that Mr

Mat# will come back to Barbado
refreshed and with an improvea
knowledge of journalism in the {|
United Kingdom.
Roufine Visit
S® GEORGE SEEL, Head of
Development and Welfare
ft yesterday by B.W.LA. for
Jamaica on routine visit. He
will also visit British Honduras
the Bahamas and Trinidad, re-
turning to Barbados in abou‘
three weeks time
Also off to Jamaica yesterday
went Mr, D. Percival, Assistant
Economie Adviser to C.D. and
W. He is en route to England t
atiend a meeting. He is expected
to be away approximately thise
weeks.
To-night
ISTENERS to the BBC pro-
gramme to-night at 7.15 will
bé able to hear a programme for
the West Indies on the 25 or 31
metre band. Included in this
programme is a recording made
on board the Bruno (shortly be-
fore she left London for
Indies) giving details of the new
service. Bruno which is chartered
by the Saguenay Terminals Line
has a gross tonnage of 4,000 tons
and can carry twelve passengers
This is her maiden voyage to the
West Indies. She is due to arrive
in Barbados, June 10th.
Girl Guides Fair
“HE GIRL GUIDES of Bar-
bados and their helpers have
everything ready for a grand timc

this afternoon at their Fair at

the Drill Hall. It begins at 3

o’cleck and lasts until 10 p.m,
Taking Advantage

Â¥T SEEMS as if West Indians
are taking advantage of

6.W.1.A.’s Family Travel Plan. Of



the nineteen passengers arriving
from Trinidad yesterday morn-
ing ight were children accom-
panied hv their parents
"Not Returning
“ve SARGEANT who re-
turned from Canada on

Thursday will not be returnin: to
McGill University. He has grad-
vated from McGill with the
degree of B.Sc. in Agriculture. He
es Barbados on June 14th for
Trinidad where he will be work-
permanently.

Covered | Meeting

R. HECTOR BERNARD of
the Jamaica Gleaner whc
covered the Caribbein Regional
Economic Meeting for his paper
Jeft yesterday by B.W.1.A. for
Jamaica via Trinidad.

THE

eav

ing





BY THE WAY

SEE that the question of open-
ing the Festival on Sundays

is coming up. I hope we are in
for the old controversy about what

constitutes a variety entertain-
nent or stage show.

If a concert singer adopts a
false moustache on a Sunday, for
merely romantic reasons, he is
sure to be pounced on. Doubts
about a false nose can be settled
by allowing the Security Police

one tweak. If the Sabbath-break-
ing upholstery comes off the wear-
er can be accused of giving a cir-
cus-turn. Wrestling, of course,
should count as ballet, or “public
dancing-
Where is the Rocket ?
VERY eye is turned to the sky

to-day whence, it is hoped,
Mrs. -Mulhuish will burst once
more upon a grateful world. The
vast sand-pit dug for the rccket’s

reception stands ready at Waggling
Parva. Strabismus believes’ that
the sheer accuracy of the mechan-

ism will probably return the
rocket into the very hole whence
it set out. Professor Gackwynde,

on the other hand,
of even one hundred millionth of
a nylometre in the percussion-
rer would result in a diserep-

says that error





ancy of perhaps forty-four fur-
longs between the place of depar-
ture ind the place of arrival.
“That,” says Gackwynde, “would



bring her down on top of the food-
office at Mock-pudding Cross.” Of
course, the rocket is so constructed
as to take the full force of its
landing on its valvular bdellium
shock-absorbers. Nothing will be
heard but a whoosh as the nozzle
nuzzles into the specially prepared
sand . (Was that a flash seven-
ty miles up? .. .)
from Leading Article

- WHILE it would be absurd
to expect from the fortuitous ar-

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ADVENTURES

BARBADOS AD






JOAN and Sheila Lewis off to the U.S.

three months holiday.

St. Vincent Air Service
ING COMDR., L., A. Eggles-
field, Director General of

Civil Aviation in this area, left on
Thursday afternoon for St. Vincent
by B.G. Airways. There he will
discuss the operations of the St,
Vincent Air Service with the Ad-
ministrator. He will then be going
to Trinidad to attend the annual
meeting of the Eastern Caribbean
Hurricane Sub-Committee. He
expects to return to Barbados on
June 5th,

For Barbados Holiday

RS. FRANK FULLER and
four children arrived from
Trinidad yesterday by B.W.1A.,

to spend just over a month's holi-
day in Barbaldos.

Mrs. ree husband, who is
the engineer the Trinidad Light
Aeroplane Club, expected to
arrive here tomorrow to join them
for the holiday.

They are staying
House, St. Lawrence.

is

at Battery

OF

of a char
woman any accurate or even
relevant information concerning
that planet, yet the event is, of
itself. startling enough. Nor mus
we forget that, though the publi

rival on the moon











appetite for sensationalism is in-
clined to Sxaugerate the purely
trivial, behind what has happened
is the ire of a respected scient-
ist. It is he who constructed the
rocket, and he who, had it not
been for a misfortune as unexpect-
ed as it was inconvenient, would
have been the first visitor to

raoon. We may hope that the

nocent victim of this mischance
will return ind that he
account of v saw will be





tested by expert e being
given to the general pub!
Moffidge’s Law
POLITICIAN the other day
A ‘blamed the general upward



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Now that its work is finished the
sledge tips Rupert off into the snow
and stands itself up against the
cottage wall. ‘*And whatever has

been happening now ?"' cries Mrs.
Bear. Wher he has collected his
wits Rupert tries to explain, burt

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Three Monthis’ Holiday

ISS Joan and Sheila Lewis
daughters of Mr. and Mrs,
M. C. Lewis of Barbarees left yes-
terday morning by B,.W.LA. for
Antigua. They are on their way to
North America on three months’
holiday. They will spend two
weeks in New York and two and
a half months in various parts of
Canada, ;
Other passengers leaving for
Antigua were Mrs. Josephine
Astaphan and son George and Mr
Norman Marshall of the Singer
Sewing Machine Company.

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Nina in Action

EMBERS of the Polo Club tel.
me that plans for thei
Annual Ball, which this year wil
be held at the Paradise Beach
Club on July 2ist, are in ful
swing.
The Nina will be moored off-
shore and special entertainmen,
will take place on board her,

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SATURDAY, JUNE :@, 1951



FEAT
PRISBANE,

STOWAWAYS
CAPETOWN,









Two negroes from West Africa ; yess ha
were foun d hidden in a cargo ship A 40-year-old British inmigrar
and were put ashore at Durban. from Lancashire recently found
They thought they were on a ship his way to Bi ist oe by ocie a

t ney 933 11 h.p. car through France,
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said, after two weeks in pr ison, Algeria, Tunisia, Tripolitania,
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, ney indefinitely. Iraq, Persia, Pakistan anc a
re His only road trouble: one pune-
> ture.
DEAD
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Cartagena’s ‘streets one day this WELL HIT
week were covered with dead and ie
dying birds. Buses were hours late DAR-ES-SALAAM,

A 10-month-old baby of Ma-
henge in the Eastern Province of
Tanganyika, threw his bottle out

f his pram. The bottle landed on
the head of a snake and killed it
It was a deadly Black Mamba ane
it was crawling towards the pra...

in starting while special squads
cleared away 100 tons of wet
feathers, It is believed that the
constant and vidlent rainstorms,
now sweeping Spain, must have
caught and destroyed migrating
flocks.

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SATURDAY, JUNE 2,



American Column:

Houses Go

Up And
Costs Cut

From R. M. MacCOLL

NEW YORK.

The private - enterprise home-
builders of America are out to
prove the gloomy Government
forecasters of Wasnington just as
wrong as they ean be.

For Washington officially esti-
mates that because of credit
restrictions and war - induced
ghortages of materials the best
that the builders can do this year
will be 850,000 houses.

But 350 of the country’s big-
gest builders have just finished
a low-cost housing discussion
down in Memphis, Tennessee,
and they scout this Government
estimate.

The optimists think that they
will equal last year’s 1,400,009
new homes. The more cautious

say: “At least 1,000,000."

They plan to beat Government
controls by building more cheap-
ly and to get round Government
rules against down payments by
building to rent instead of to sell.

WHAT is a “boff” in show busi-
néss jargon? It is a smash hit at
the box office. And Howard Hawks
has one on Broadway, with hi
newest film, “The Thing.”

All about a ghastly creature up
at the North Pole, which i
vegetable not human but prefers a
diet of human blood. The theatre
where it is showing is doing its
best business in three years.

AN AMERICAN | groans at
walking one city block if he can
possibly ride—even if it means a
great loss of time. But for a nation
of non-walkers, there is great in-
terest in shoes. Three thousand
people attended the first day of
a Popular Price shoe show which
opened in New York a record,

MRS. PHYLLIS RAINWATER
is divorcing Charles Rainwater
jun. a millionaire “soft drink’
manufacturer, in West Palm
Beach, Florida. At their glitter-
ing wedding some years back the
Rainwaters served only water.

FOR YEARS as the congestion
on ‘America’s streets grew more
intolerable, everyone has been
urging everyone else to “get
tough” with motorists who ignore
parking laws.

They finally did so in Brooklyn
where Miss Clara Gilmer spent
several hours in jail for overpark-
ing. But because Miss Gilmer is 61
everyone is now saying she was
the wrong person to get tous!
with.

PANIC-BUYING, which started
with the Korean war and lingered
on into this year, is now over
according to a nation-wide survey
conducted by the New York
Times.

Leewards Will Not
Process Cotton

The Colonial Products bureau
at the Imperial Institute in Lon-
don has advised the Government
of the Leeward Islands to concen-
trate on the production of Sea
Island Cotton for export, and on
the improvement of the strains of
cotton in Antigua and Nevis,
rather than on establishing a
cotton spinning and weaving plant
in these islands.

The lack of skilied personnel
to process the Leeward Islands
Sea Island cotton, would make
the establishment of a plant im-
possible and too costly.

The cost of machinery alone
for spinning would be £145,000.
Also, the probable local supply of
cotton would not justify a spin-
ning machine with more than
8,000 spindles; the minimum eco-
nomic size is generally regarded
as 12,000 spindles.





























Cor
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“PERFECTO”

1951





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BARBADOS

ADVOCATE







“MINERS get everything these days, pit-head baths, race horses for pit ponies; bulletins on Rita Hayworth down at coal-face . . .”



Famed Engineer
Declined Offer.
Of Top U.N. Jot

(By J. C. GRAHAM)

WELLINGTON, N.Z., May

Few men nowadays would turn
down a job offering $28,000 a
year—tax free—and stick to one
paying about $5,000. But New
Zealand’s deputy. works commis-
missioner, F, M. Hanson, is a man
of faith and resolution and he's
done just that.

He was offered the. post of
assistant secretary-general in the
Middle East for the United
Nations, at a salary said to be the

highest ever offered” to an en-
sineer in New Zealand. Neither

the fob nor his decision to decline
it surprised the men who fought
under Brigadier Hanson in the
last war, when he won the D.S.O.
and bar and the Military Medal
He also holds the O.B.E.

Field Marshal Viscount Alexan-
der, now Governor-General of
Canada, said once that the en-
gineers Hanson commanded set a
standard of military engineering
which would probably stand for

ali time. Their work was a large
factor in the fame attacned to the
New Zealand Division for. its
battles in Italy and the Middle
East.

“Bull” Hanson and his engin-
eers developed mine-removal
tactics in the Western Desert
which were followed in Field

Marshal Montgomery’s great bat-
tle at El Alamein, and later
became standard practice.

Hanson’s men often got bridg-
es across so tast that formations
on their flanks had to come over
and use them to keep up.

The post which he was offered
recently would have _ involved
work im an‘ area with which he is
closely acquainted, requiring su-
pervision of projects in which he
is an acknowledged authority.
These are highway and _ bridge
construction, irrigation works
housing and farm development
threughout the Middle East.

Hanson considered the offer

earefully before reaching ‘his de-
cision, “I am first and foremost
a New Zealander with a_ great

faith in the future of this coun-
try,” he said, “and that was of
most weight towards the decision
not to accept, greatly attractive
though the offer was for work
in so wide a field.”

He is already near the top in
government engineering service
in New Zealand, and cannot hope
for any great increase in his
present salary. But he doesn’t see
anything remarkable in his de-
cision to stay on here.

“Whet would I do with all] that
money,” he said with a grin.



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Six Steps To Curb
inflation In U.S.

WASHINGTON, May 31.

The United States Chamber of
Commerce today urged Congress
to wipe out the Government's

authority to eontrol wages and
prices, and adopt instead an in-
direct programme to combat in-
flation,
Herman
of the

Steinkraus, President
Chamber's Executive
Committee said in a_ statement
prepared for the House Banking
Committee that price controls
eould only aggravate the infla-
‘ion problem by stifling produc-
won,

He claimed
Wage Board
wage increases
trolling them.

He urged that inflation can
eontrolled by six steps:

1. Maximum production;

2. Reduced Government spend-

that the present
was encouraging
rather than con-

be



ing;

3. Pay you go taxes con-
sistent maintaining incen-
tives to work and produce;”

4. Fiscal policies to neutralise
the federal debt as a source of

inflation;

5. Credit curbs.

6. Stimulation of
savings.

personal
—Reuter.
6 NEWSPAPERMEN
TO VISIT BRITAIN
LONDON, May 31
A six man Argentine press
delegation will fiy to Londen
from Buenos Aires on June 8
for a month’s visit to Britain at
the invitation of the Foreign
Office.
Christopher F. A. Warner, As-
sistant Under-Secretary of State
for Foreign Affairs and British
Ambassador designate to Bel-
gium will hold an evening re-
ception for them here on Mon-
day June 11.





—Renter



Fagin: 1951 Version

ROME.
Police have: arrested in South
Italy a 47-year-old Italian who
was coaching 10 boys, aged be-
tween 12 and 18, in the art of
picking pockets. The boys lived
with their coach and_ practised

pickpocketing on dummies.

Chinese Troops Ready
To Enter Tibet

HONG KONG, may 31.

Peiping radio said to-day that
Chinese Communist troops im,
western Sinkiang province have |
completed preparations for en-|{
tering Tibet.—(CP)

the amount of
every viat ?

orks the

CRY




Will Amend
Compensation Act
For Workers

The Leeward Islands Govern-
ment has appointed the following
members to serve on a Committee
to consider any amendments to
the Workmen's Compensation Act.

The Acting Attorney General,
Chairman; The Hon. A. Moody
Stuart, O.B.E., M.C., Employers’
Representative, Antigua; Mr. L.
Hurt, General Seeretary, Antigua
Trades & Labour Union, Workers’
Representative; Mr. Ralph Vanier,
Employers’ Representative, St.
Kitts-Nevis; The Hon. PF. L.
Bradshaw, President of the St.
Kitts-Nevis Trades & Labour
Union. Workers’ Representative;
Mr. R. W. Griffith, President of
the Montserrat Trades & Labour
Union, Workers’ Representative.

The meetings of the Committee
will be held in Antigua during
the period June 5 to 21, 1951.



Clark Gable Sued

SANTA MCNICA, May 31.
Film star Clark Gable was sued
for divorce today by his fourth
wile, the former Lady Ashley,
and widow of Douglas Fairbanks.
She accused Gable who is 50 of
mental cruelty. They have been

married for 17 months,—Reuter.

Motion On

Bamarigwatos

LONDON, June 1.
Six Liberal members have ta-
bled a motion in the House of
Commons calling for an impar-
tial enquiry into the administra-
tion of Bamangwato territory in
Bechuanaland.



The motion stands in __ the
names of Clement Davies, Lib-
eral leader, and other Liberal
members.

JUNE 1, 1951
CANADA
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Bankers 59 4/10% pr.
Demand
Drafts 59,25) pr.
Sight Draft 591/10" pr
613/10% pr. Cable
59 8/10 pr Currency 57 .9/10% pr.
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1951

CLEANERS,

L.E.S.

New Machine Carn
Purify Water

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A new water purifier, whici

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100 persons within 20 minute



has been developed here by seie: -

tists of the California Institute +
Technology. Known as an S-Fi
ter, or Emergency Water
ment Unit, the simple Machine
eperated by a hand pump.

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a hose attached to the filter
placed in a pool or stream, Wate
is then pumped into the machin:
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watery this powder hardens an.
filtegs out solid particles and kill
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Schooner Zita Wonita, 69 tons net
Capt. Peniston, from Trinidad via St
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Athelbrook, 286 tons net, Capt
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Barnes, for Martinique via the fishing
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M.Yv Caribber, 106 tons net, Capt
Gumbs, for Dominica,

MV. Athelbrook, 286 tons net, Capt
Cook, for Trinidad,

Monks Will Work
No-Man’s Land

TEL-AVIV, June 1.

Trappist monks are to be al-

lowed to do urgent work on
menasteny grounds in the no-
man’s land of the Israeli-Jordan
frontier under decision reached
by the Israeli-Jordan Mixed Ar-
mistice Commission in Jerusa-
lem.

The monastery of Latrun on

the Jerusalem Tel-Aviv road
was caught in the line of fire in
the 1948 Arab-Israeli fighting.

1 Joint Israeli-Jordah army
trols will protect monks

interference,

pa-
from

The Israeli statement issued
¢ here said, the Armistice Commis-
sion had succeeded in reaching
agreement on the withdrawal ot
, mutual complaints over alleged
border violations and “noted
that border violations continue to
decrease.”
—Reuter.



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and Backache
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U.S.S.R. Superior
In Jet Aircraft

LONDON, May 31

Britain’s Chief of Air Staff Sir
John Slessor gave a veiled warn-
Russian

ing to-night of present
superiority in jet planes. But he
added that Britain now had
eraft coming along which agai)
would be the best in the world
He was speaking at a
here -- attended by Air
fiom many

“14 will take all our energy ané

all our concentrated endeavou
to keep ahead.”
—Reuter,

Farth Tremors Damage
Four Italian Villages

ROME, May 31.
Two earth tremors causec
slight damage in four villages 0!



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Saturday, June 2,



WATER

IN the House of Assembly on Tuesday a
debate took place on the plan to extend the
water supply at the Pine and to add to the

supply in other places. The fa

that the difficulty now experienced in other

parts of the island was due to
of pipe.

The general criticism was that this was

a condition which should have
died by securing pipe from pl
the United Kingdom.
possible to get the required

pipe frem the United States or Canada if
the British Government would release the

necessary dollars.

Mr. Adams in reply to t

pointed out that he had taken the oppor-
tunity when in England to raise the ques-

tion at the Colonial Office and
such pipe as might have been
the time was being dispatched

use in the oilfields which are now being

wrenched from the hands of

under the guise of nationalisation.

The present condition was foreseen some

months ago. The new special

of the Waterworks Department made it
clear that the subterranean water lying as
it did between 100 and 250 feet below the
surface was still beingsraisé@ by machin-

ery laid down during the last c

machinery had done invaltiable work but

would have to be replaced by
date equipment.

The increased consumption of water and
the growing of built up areas demanded

greater supplies. The target
ganisation was the provision
system of pumping and dis

order that water should be carried to the

houses of the people. This wai
an essential need.

The criticism against the Government

was well founded. From the

geological explorations of the late Dr, Senn
of the British Union Oil Company and the
subsequent, investigations of Mr. Roddam
who penned a report to the local Govern-
ment, it was clear that Barbados was in the
happy position of having a plentiful supply

of good water. It was on these

it was decided that there should be in
addition to the domestic supply a scheme
of irrigation. This would have enabled land

owners to increase the food

would have made the island more self suf-
ficient. The Government was in possession
of the relevant facts and when Mr. Adams

as Leader of the Government

the Colonial Office that the pipe which was

available was being sent to

oilfields, it should: have been pointed out to

the British Government that

water supply was more important to the
people of Barbados than the flow of oil in

Persia.

It would have been well,

would have avoided the unhappy situation
which has now given rise to the criticisms,
if some alternative suggestion had been
Pipe can be had from the United
States or Canada but this was dependent
upon the release of dollars. There are dol-
lars to be had. The United Kingdom has

made,

only to give consent,

The essential task is to get

people who need it all over the island. It
can only be done when there is a sufficiency
of pipe to carry that water to them after it
has been pumped to the surface. It is futile
to preach to people that they must observe
the rules of hygiene and that they must
endeavour to get the most from the land
without giving them, opportunity to get
water enough for domestic and irrigation
It can only be done when the

purposes.
Barbados Government makes

to get the necessary pipe from any source
Without water

available.
nothing can succeed,

where it is



Civil Servants’ Salaries
To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—One of the most surpris-
ing conditions in this community
is the extremely low salaries paid
to Civil Servants.

Very few people realize that
Barbadian Civil Servants of
eight or nine years service are
still being paid less than $100.00
per month.

Although a School Certificate
is required, they commence on
the wonderfully | remunerative
salary of $40.00 per month,
During their seventh year of ser-
vice they are expected to main-
tain a certain standard of dress,

social refinement and dignity;
apart from vainly trying to keep
out of debt, on the princely sum
of $76.00 per month. The com-
mencing salary of the Trini-
dadian Civil Servant is $75.00
per month Is the Barbados



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BARBADOS ADVECATE

Canada-U.8. Relations

there may be a temptation to feel
that any criticism of that country

caw ae IF YOU could reaa some of the ce ere ar eoares Be —
a ete ndutel ten ‘am. Canadian Secretary of State for Ex-
letters I have received lately, com ternal Affewe,. Mir. L.. BS. Pearsen M r
menting on the press reports and = delivered to the Kiwanis Club at by Canadians

still to be done
neighbourly

1951

“you English!”

ly,

shown
Canada’s

States.
cts disclosed

the shortage

been reme-
aces outside
words of those

tests “Canadian
considerably

quantity of

always mutched
| Standing.
his criticism

was told that
available at
to Persia for

typical

the British

no._ definite

ist engineer
adian people”,

Mounted Police
entury. This

more up-to-

“The people are
After receiving

of the reor-
of a proper

tribution in “Due to the fact

ation and knowledge of Canada is
that the class of
intelligent,
adjusted and pleasant-going citi-
zens.” I hope that this particular
acquires so much
of the wrong kind of knowledge
as to dispel

I feel
are

limited,

s and still is | people

student never

about Canada

time of the | impression!

reports that sible when we

interest not to
supply and ences in a
was told at
the Persian

a_ plentiful

solve these

and perhaps

our time.

Firm and

tory of

water to the

changes which

every effort



OUR READERS SAY:

so -poor that Civil
Servants have to work seven
years to reach the commencing
salary of the Trinidadian Civil
Servant?

Let us see what happens to the
Barbadian Civil Servant at 16
ee He has reached
he age of say thirty-four and has
probably endeavoured to uphold
the religious obligations so im-
portant to a man of character by
trying to oe a wife and one
oy two childfen Gn—no, not a
hundred and eighty dollars a
month. Not even:a hundred and

fifty dollars a*~month—TI’ll ‘ tell
you—-$136.00 per month. The
British . Guianese Civil. Servant,
with an equal number of years’
service gets $190.00.

Government could not have
chosen a more beautifully de-
scriptive word for the lower
bracket of the Local Civil Ser-

the press interpretation
I made in Toronto recently, you
would realize that there is mucn

education,
them were full of such phrases as

socialist government
doing?” It was assumed, apparent-
that I must have naturally
spoken as an Englishman

It is perhaps not surprising that
some of my correspondents have
such uncertainty

constitutional
wher so little about Canada is
taught in schools in the United
1 have been reading re-
cently the results of an enquiry
conducted a year or so ago under
the auspices of thie Canada-United
States Committee on Edycation.
The purpose of this enquiry was
to discover how
high school students knew about
Canada and how much Canadian
students knew about the United
States. I will say no more about
the results of the enquiry in Can-
ada than to report that

more
States than the United States stu-
dents know about Canada.” Their
knowledge, I should add was not

The students being tested in the
United States were in their last
year at high school in two cities,
one near the Canadian border and
one in a western state. I have read
comments by these stu-
dents in the United States with
interest, with samusement and, at
limes, with something approuach-
ing consternation, Some students
made no bones about their igno-
rance. “Due to my lack of informa-
tion about Canada, I can express
ideas”,
Others, however,
down their impressions. “I con-
| fess to know little about the Can-
one student said.
“My general impressions are that
the people are all Frenchmen or

some sort. My meagre knowledge
* |tomes from a few movies I have
seen and a few books | have read.”

be far better off to adopt our form
of government and break free
from England.” Another declared,

body blows, L confess 1 was rather
discouraged. The only light among
the gloom came from one student
who with pleasant naivety wrote,

This ignorance has not prevented
Canadians and Americans getting
along wonderfully well together,
Our mutual relations have been--
and rightly—lauded as an exam-
ple of the way
conduct their relations with each
other, That example still stands,

It would of course, be impos-

gether, with so many and complex
problems of contact and national

and difficulties; just as it would be
unwise not to discuss these differ-
frank
manner when such
desirable. Discussion of such things.

whatever differences
without the use or threat of force
‘or even unfair pressure. We have
the right to disagree, as friends.
We also have the obligation to re-
disagreements as
friends, and with a minimum of
fuss and disturban¢te. This has not
always been easy in the past, and
is not going to be always easy in
the days ahead, but our friend- !"
ship will, I Know, stand the chal-
lenge of the trials and turmoil of

sure
friendship between our two coun-
tries is, it should not, however, be
taken for granted, Friendships be-
tween countries,
between individuals, must be kept
dn repair. Never before in the his-
relations
United States and Canada has it
been more necessary to keep that
principle in mind, since our rela-
tions have in recent years entered
a new phase. They have become
even closer than they were, and
their character is changing.

The fundamental reason for the
are now
place in relations between Canada
and the United States is the fact
that the United States has within a
very few years become the great-
@st power in the world and has
become the leade. of all the ecoun-
tries which value freedom.
has come about so rapidly that it
is hard to remember
fifteen years ago there was a strong
trend in the United States toward
isolationism and neutrality,
‘that policies were put into effect
not with the intent of exercising

of a speech Ottawa, on April
international
in the process of
Many of

“What is your
in England
ation.

about
position

sentatives:

much American “We

know them as

leadership but of
avoiding foreign entanglements. In
the face of the grave threat under
which we now live, everyone in
Canada—everyone in
world — must
grateful that the United States has
risen to its new responsibilities
with such courage and determin-

Our long experience of friend-
ship with the ‘United States has
convinced us that our neighbour
will use for peaceful ends alone
the great power and
which comes from its commanding
position in the world. May I re-
peat what I said last fall in the
United Nations Assembly, when
the United States was under bitter
and unfair attack by Soviet repre-

in Canada know this
country and its people well. We

pwho respect the right of others,
who don't ask for or get auto-
matic support from smaller coun-

27, 1951.

the free worid.
temptation will

the free
be profoundly

they are for

on the ground

influence
be employed.

weigiit our

cil and in r
policies of
good neighbours

in the ‘
: tries through pressure threats
ee or promises, We know that they
about the =2ccept the fact that co-operation to be followed.

tries can only
”
by their under- respect.

knowledge that,

friends through

countries have

one wrote,
went on to set

being provided

or trappers of cult conditions,

ith fir th fourteen countries represented
Ws aome ir taaiieeomen vai On there by military forces. Our own Gisions
dent wrote, “J thin anada would country, Canada, has willingly .

very backward”.
that and other

sion.

that my inform-

well-

that as

that free states policies of the

cided,

are so close to-

a happy phrase
have differences
French

and friendly
discussion is

tries,
As a result,

have arisen

over
trade and
They were the
though — this
and
developed

like friendships
stable,

between the

taking

peoples.

This
those

that only achieved,

and States and
policies will

Canada,

vice Salary

Grade.” It is far too long, inex-
cusably and discouragingly too
long.

Although I am only - slightly
interested in the welfare of Civil
Servants, I am definitely interest-
ed in the welfare of the commun-
ity and the consequent under-
mining of the whole stratum of
the Local Civil Service, through
the low salaries offered to youths
(who will be in important posi-
tions of trust later), will do
more harm to the community
than double the salaries at pres-
ent paid could remedy.

It will then be far too late for
Government to do anything,
because the $40.00 a month
product of today will have
become the chief clerks, cus-
toms examiners and income tax
officers of tomorrow.

It is therefore essential that

between large and smaller coun-
‘of mutual confidence and mutual

Also, we have cause for satis-
faction and confidence

power, and leadership, the United
States has not hesitated to work
closely and co-operatively with her

ganizations in which all the free

voice. One evidence of that is
Korea, where military operations
have been conducted under the
auspices of the United Nations, and
where political decisions have been
made collectively which govern
those operations,

The bulk of the military forces
mow fighting in Korea are still

States: and I pay tribute here to
the courage and tenacity which
they have shown in terribly diffi-

however, have also sent conting-
ents to Korea and tnere are now

accepted its duty—as a loyal mem-
ber of the UN—to participate, on
land, on the sea, and in the air, in
this momentous test of the value
of collective action against aggres-

In the North Atlantic area as
well, the United States has chosen
to work within an organization of
friends and allies.
Atlantic Alliance, which
signed to deter any attack on the
North Atlantic area by building
balanced collective forces adequate
to prevent the conquest of any of
its members by an aggressor, has
its chief buttress the great
economic and military power of
the United States.
allies are all making important,
contributions to the joint defence
and they all have a voice in the
North Atlantic Council where the

General Eisenhower, who
is the Supreme Commander of the
Allied Powers in Europe, said in

Ottawa that he now considered
himself one-twelfth Canadian. In
the same way he is one-twelfth
and one-twelfth Italian
and one-twelfth American.
are we — or so we should be.

For many years, then, Canada

relations between our two coun-

the questions of
common concern
have to settle will in many cases
be different in kind from any that
previously.
direct differences as we have had
the past have usually been
border questions or over
commercial

that neighbours have over a line
fence or an exchange of produce,
in both countries we have
the habit of settling
such disputes without consulting
the magistrate or the village con-

We must show the same spirit
in considering the new problems
which will confront us now as
allies. These problems will often
be of a far more serious kind,
since they will be concerned with
the policies of an alliance of which
the United States is the acknow-
leged leader but in which Canada
also has an important role to play.
Those policies will concern nothing
less than our very survival as free
We will not experience
much difficulty,
agreeing on objectives.
it is inevitable that from time to
time we should differ on how
objectives
We must expect that
Canadian policies will sometimes
be under criticism in the United
that United States

be
In the United States

Scale—“The LongGovernment add a

exist on a basis
various allies.

in the
in exercising its

international or-
an independent

difficult,

by the United

countries. That

Other countries

The North
is de-

we

relations
States

But the other

delayed. In 1941
alliance are de-

and navigation
when he was in

agreement has

So

which we will capacity.

Such view,

matters, !
kind of disputes the United

closer together,

Atlantic area,

nations of the

possible.

unity; but it

necessary

I imagine, in

However, our welfare.

ean best be maintain and

the free world,

criticized = in

reasonably
high Cost of Living Bonus to the
present salaries of the junior
grade, to prevent a_ condition
which may have already set in
from becoming worse.
ONE INTERESTED.

June 1, 1951.

The Scots

To the Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—As one ‘who has lived in
Scotland for sixteen months, let
me correct any erroneous im-
pressions about the Scots which
may have been created by the
recent film “The Hasty Heart.”

I have found the Scots tobe the
most kind and warm-hearted
people one could ever hope to meet,
and always enjéyed their spon-
taneity and grand sense of
humour.

since the United States is bearing
heavier responsibilities than any
other country for the defence of

by an awareness that the policies
pursued by the North Atlantic
Alliance are as much a matter of
life and death for Canadians as

Canada, on the other hand, there
may be a temptation to res.n
criticism from the United States

the fact that, although Canada is
contributing men and arms, its
voice can never be decisive in de-
ciding how those resources shoula

temptation in Canada will |
curbed by recognizing that te

represen
have in the"North Atlantic Coun-

free world are being
decided will be in large part de-
termined by the part we are wilil-
ing and able to play in increasii&
the strength of the alliance.

We will then not be able to avoic
some differences over the policie:

able entirely to avoid, I am afraid,
invidious comparisons
sacrifices and contributions of t.

free and deMocratic peoples an¢
we are not going to forego thc
ight to talk and even to wranglu.
But let us do our best in our tall:s
to keep a sense of responsibili\)
a sense of proportion and even
sense of humour.

History shows that the task c!
maintaining a military alliance i:
peace-time is always extremely
especially when on,
member is so much stronger thar
the other members of the alliance.
It calls for great restraint as w-
as great exertions on the part ©
all the partners in the alliance.
Responsible politicians in dem--
cratic countries have always hac
in the back of their minds, +
think, a sense of their duty i
civilization as well as to their own

civilized values and the cause o
freedom must now be brought int
the forefront of our minds. It must
colour our words and our dé
For the present, 061
association in the North Atlant
area is merely an alliance and n°
a federation, But increasingly w
must try to show as much con-
cern for the interests of every
member of the alliance as woul,
be necessary in a North Atlenti’
federation. We must examine ou
actions and statements in the ligh
of that broad responsibility an
must consider the effect o
national decisions not only on ov
own citizens but on the citizens o
the other members of the allianc:
As the character of the politic:
between
and Canada has
changing, so also are the economic
of the two countries in variou
ways, being drawn more close! ,
together, There is one importai:
field, however, in which progres
in this direction has been lon,

of Canada and the United State:
signed an agreement f}r the com.
bined development of the

St. Lawrence waterways.

ratified by Congress, although one
again Congressional
are this year examining it.
the strong hope and indeed th
expectation of the Canadian Gov-
ernment that favourable actio

stances when it
mobilize and expand the whole
of North America's
The development of th:
power and navigation facilities o
the St. Lawrence system, in ou
would mean an immens
accretion of strength to the in.
dustrial complex
States and Canada.

In many ways, then, Canada an:
States are drawin:

process will continue and increase
as part of a wider and even more
important process towards closer
co-operation in the whole Nort!
There is, I think
in Canada a widespread willing-
néSs to move towards this close
association with: as many of th’

ble. It may take a long time
to echieve that wider objective o’
should constant!
inspire the ‘efforts
now to protect fre
societies from being overwhelme?
Canadians will not be beHind an:
people in readiness to pool thei
sovereignty with that of other fre
nations, so that it can work mor
effectively for our security, on”
But if we are all t’
move towards th°t distant gn’
it is necessary that we should fire

special bonds of friendship whict
already exist between countries }

ere none closer or more significan’
than the ties Between the nennle
of Canada and the United States

is inappropriate,

I hope that this
be held in check

Americans. In

that it overlooks

I hope that this
be

tations wil,
bodies where the

Nor may we lx
about. the

After all we are

we had.

sense of duty t

laugh.

or give a

After

the Unite

bee

the Government

powe.
facilities of th

* Tha
not yet beer

committee.
It i

: ; ; .. ..' and the United States have been May at last be taken on thi
We the civnts oon ck hie ete, 300d neighbours. Now, however, Project. The Canadion Govern-
of our good relationship. Our boast W& are not only continental ment is firmly convinced that th
is that we have accepted on both ®eighbours but allies in a larger development of the St. Lawrence
sides the responsibility of settling 87OUR. That is perhaps the would be equally in the interest drums.
” mays arise simplest way to indicate the of the United States and Canada erful
change which has come over the particularly in present circum. wonderzul.

is necessary t

industria’

in the Unite:

I hope that thi velopment

¢ me,

free world »

which - ar

der cex.

strengthen = the

Of these, ther: ers.

Although the Scotsman is a
thrifty being because of the
economic background of his coun-
try, it will surprise one to know
that the “Mean Scotsman” jokes
originated in Aberdeen by the
Scots themselves.

They are a hardy, honest and
hospitable race, and the dour and
stubborn Scot portrayed in “The
Hasty Heart” is the exception
which one meets more often in
other countries than in Scotland.

H. S. JOHNSON.
Leaton-on-Sea,
Worthing,
June 1, 1951.

Farnum For Helsinki ?
To the Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—I am sure the sporting
pliblic of this island are wonder-

do but swim.

interests too.



NOBODY'S DIARY

Monday—Today I saw a man riding a bicycle
and balancing on his head a plank 30 ft.
long and six inches thick.

Tuesday—Who maligned women by calling’
the shak shak tree “women’s tongues”? |
I prefer the tree with leaves than with, {
pods but all the same, why women?

Wednesday—A hot tiring day. Nothing to
Slightly spoilt by the
numbers of pieces of dead fish on the
beach. But even dead fish should not
prevent relaxation. It seems to me (and
I’m just Nobody, don’t forget) it seems to
me that most of our troubles in Barbados
today are due to the fact that people try
to do too much. They just won’t relax.
Result is that they are so stale that they
make everything wither by their touch.

I remember two adjutants in my gal-
lant days as a King’s man.
stay in his office until eleven at night
and was there at 7 in the morning. He
was the worst adjutant we had. The
other used to be there at 8 in the morn-
ing and he was clear of the place by 6 in
the evening. Midweek he and I used to
play heckey together. And he had other
He was the best adjutant

I have in a long lifetime

It brought the house down.

lead or some other form of

preach. Thanks very much, Laddie. It
was grand.

Friday—To carry on where I left off.
the magnificent
provided in the Speech Day Hall we
trooped down to Queen’s College Proper
and I got a good seat in the shade near
the drummer and the mike. Queen's
College for the unitiated is authentically
the lawn under the high cliff and steps
lead down to it.
natural and artificial theatre and woulc
make a lovely setting for an outdoor per-
formance of Midsummer Night’s Dream
(are you listening Mr. Grossmith?).

On this lawn to the great entertainment
of cyclists passing along River Road at
the time was staged one of the finest
physical cultural displays that females
can ever have given in this island. There
was a piano playing and when it got
really tough there was the clash of

entertainment

It’s a kind of combined

Just like Bertram Mills. It was

But one thing frightens me.

What sort of Amazons are these girls
likely to grow into? Big-footed girls with |
arms like small trees, violent girls who i
leap over obstacles and jump horses, who

skin cuffins with more facility than I
balance a tea cup, what sort of mothers

will they make? Will all this muscle de-

make childbirth easier? I

don’t know but it seems a bit violent to
Frankly I would be afraid speaking
as a man to have one of these girls as my
life companion. When I drew near for
my comfort I might find myself lying on
my back or dreadful thought my bones
might be broken by a simple hug.

It was. most impressive, so impressive
that I couldn’t help remembering fifteer.
years ago when I visited Queen’s Colles:
sports how different it was with the girls
in bloomers high jumping.

Thece. girls were a different brood alto-
gciher but they reminded me more c
my younger brother John than the ten

It was a grand show, but I am glad my
daughter wasn’t one of the horse jump-

Saturday—Baxters Road still needs atten-
tion. It’s full of people.

ing whether it will be possible fo
our cycling champion, Ken Far
num, to represent us at th
Olympic games at Helsinki nex’
year.

It is understandable of course
that the association has if
financial limitations, but surely
the time is ripe, if the associatio
is agreeable, to start some fund t
n.ake it possible for him to go.

It is important that he b
notified officially at the ver)
earliest opportunity, as his trainin,
programme must necessarily b:
more intensive. I am confident
that the public can be counted
upon to give their generous sup-
port as they have always done in

the past. Time is important, so
let’s get started now.
G. L. P.
May 31, 1951.
a

It made everybody
It

One used to

Thursday—My thanks to the Governor of
Barbados for not attending Queen's
College Speech Day. Because it gave me
a chance to hear the Hon. Robert Chal-

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Acting Chairman was a bit longwinded
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also loquacious but the guest of honour
the Hon. Robert or “Laddie” for short,
was spiffing.
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which are many. But never have I en-
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Hon. “Laddie” Challenor gave to day. It
was terrific.
It made me laugh.
Speech day was great fun,
was such a change from the lugubrious
tales I have been hearing in the last two
years about what a bad chap I am and
how people like me should pull together

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Industrial

1951

Situation

In Grenada Normal
Says Walcott

THE PRESENT POSITION to-day in Grenada in so

far as industrial matters

are concerned, is somewhat

normal, Mr. F. L. Walcott told the Advocate yesterday.
There is evidence, however he said, that the situation
there is still far from being considered satisfactory.



Charged With
Stealing Goods
Worth 30 Cents

Hearing in the case in whicn
F.o:ence Ward a labourer of
Black Rock is charged with lar-
ceny cf goods from the Governor-
in-Executive Committee oa April
20 was further adjourned until
June 5 by a City Police Magis-
trate yesterday,

Ward is charged by the Police
with stealing a quantity of goods
valued at 1/3 on April 20 from the
Mental Hospital. The goods are
alleged to be the property of
the Governor-in-Executive Com-
mittee.

When the hearing was resumed
yesterday, Cpl. Watson was re-
ca.led to the witness stand by Mr.
E. W. Barrow who is appearing on
behalf of the defenaant. Cpl
Watson in the cross examination
told the court that when he asked
the defendant where’ she had
obtained the goods she told him
that she got them from the place
where she works.

After the cross examination Dr.
Lloyd-Still was called to the wit-
ness stand. He said that he is the
Superintendent of the Meatal
Hospital and the defendant is
a washer there. Dr. Lioyd-Still
said that the food for the patients
is issued from the main stores
and this food is the property of
the Governor-in-Executive Com-
mittee.

Only with his permission food
can be brought into the Hospital.
No raw food can be brought into
the Hospital,

On April 20 he received a tele-
phone message about 5 p.m. and
went down to the Hospital and
saw Inspector Springer and
several other policemen.

He also saw the defendant there.
This was by the gatekeeper's
place. Some food was littered
about the place. The food in-
cluded rice, meat, coffee and
pofatoes

The defendant gets her meals
at the Hospital as a member of
the staff.

Granted Letters
Of Administration

In the Court of Ordinary yes-
terday, His Uonour the Chief
Judge granted the petition of
Gertrude Jones of Bay Street, St.
Michael, for letters of Administra-
tion to the estate of her daughter
Annie Ernesta Padmore, deeeased.

Messrs. Hutchinson and Ban-
field; ~ Soli¢iters,» appeared for
Jones.

His Honour also granted the
petition of Benjamin Daniel A
Ince of Welches, Christ Church.
to the estate of his sister Gertude
Bernard Gollop, late of Welches.

Mr. J. S. B. Dear instructed by
Mr, D. Lee Sarjeant, Solicitor,
were for the petitioner,

Hearing of the petition of Violet
Geraldine Alleyne of Black Rock,
a widow, for letters of Admin-
istration to the estate of her hus-





band Daniel Alleyne was ad-
journed.
The following wills were ad-

mitted to probate:

Rebecca Webb, St. Michael.
Williem Adolphus Byer, St.
Michae!

Annie Cadogan, St. Michael.

James Reece, St. Philip.

Prince Albert Holder, St. John.

His Honour the Chief Judge
Sir Allan Collymore, yesterday
granted the petition for the dis-
solution of marriage in the case
of C. Dec. Carrington, pextioner
ana E. A. Carrington, respondent.
G. Walker was the ¢co-respondent

Mr. W. W. Reece. K.C., in-
structed by Mr. D. L. Sarjexnt,
Solicitor, appeared for the peti-
tioner.



SPEIGHTSTOWN
GOT LITTLE FISH

Housewives in Speightstown got
1ittle fish yesterdsy. The fishing
boats which return their catches to
the Speightstown fish market re-
mained at their moorings all day.

Fishermen said that the wind
was very light during the early
morning and so they did not take
the chance of leaving their moor-
ings. The wind remained light
throughout the day.

Mr. Walcott has
from that colony.
earrving out an

just returned
He had been
investigation in-
to the. trade union movements
there, after the industrial dis-
putes between the Manual and
Mental Workers’ Union led by
Mr. E. M. Gairy, and the other
unions. This was done at the re-
quest of the International Con-
federation of Free Trade Unions.

Mr. “Walcott said that he was
of the opinion the industrial dis-
putes in Grenada was due to in-
ertia and lack of foresight by the
Grenada Trade Union Congress,
and to some extent the stubborn
attitude of some of the emplov-
ers

“As a trade’ unionist I feel
that it is the duty of a trade
union to be at all times energetie
and militant. and not to rely on
past successes as the only means
of justifying its existence.

“The Trade Tinion Congress
did not exert sufficient energy to
eapture the imaginatidn of tie
workers in Grenada, and in my
ovinion the time was ripe for an
industrial movement.

Distrust, Suspicion
‘I have discovered that some
of the executives of the T.U.C.
were resigning, and this led to a
feeling of distrust, suspicion and
disillusionment. This was an at-
mosphere for anyone who was
willing to press the claims-of the
workers. to achieve success.

I am convinced that it was an
error on the part of the employ-
ers nét~-to recognise Mr. Gairy’s

Manual ‘and Mental Workers’
Union, after it had received an
obvious majority following of

the workers in Grenada.”

There was one obvious dange=
in the trade union movement in
Grenada, said Mr. Walcott. It
seemed that political ambitions
or aspirations dominated the
movement more than industrial
ccnsiderations. “By that I do not
mean that a trade union move
ment should not have political
ambition, but at the same time
it should be primarily guided bv
industrial considerations,”

Gairy was a very popular
man in Grenada today, Mr. Wal-
cott said, but his methods could
not be condoned by a trade un-
ionist as the best methods in
dealing with industrial matters

His union had a greater mem-
bership than any other union ip
Grenada. “As far as I have read

and seen, this is-the first occa-
sion that any single’ working
class leader-in the West Indies

has risen up and got a followin
above all similar organisations in
his area. That is why I am con-
vinced* that the T.U.C. of Gren-
ada did not work hard enough
to maintain the interest of the
workers in the various organisa-
tions.”
S amt

Sugar Crop Will
Be New Record

Present indications are that the
1951 crop will be a record crop for
Barbados.

Mr. Mandeville of the Barbados
Sugar Producers’ Association told
the Advocate yesterday that the
1951 crop is estimated at 180,000
tons, This includes the fancy
molasses output.

Last year’s figures for the crop
were 158,182 tons which is more
than 21,000 tons below this year’s
output. Up to April this year,
approximately 121,180 tons (sugar
and molasses) have been pro-
duced.

The crop started in January this
year, but most of the factories did
not start until February.

Springhall Factory, St. Lucy,
and Warrens Factory, St. Michael,
have beth finished crop a few days
ago, The other factories are on
their last rounds, pushing to get
through by the end of June, One
or two of them may go over to
July.

Planters were everywhere in the
City yesterday. In the banks, in
the restaurants they spent most of
their time. Some of them told the
Advocate that they had no com-
plaints to make about the crop.

They had some veeks of steady
sunshine and so they got through
well with their reaping. On the
other hand, they said, the steady
sunshine has begun to affect their
young canes,

If you take a look around the
country plantations, one of them
said, you will see the need for a
couple of inches of rain. He was,
however, expecting the rain to set
in early this month and so he
thought he could relax a bit,

Government Missed

The Bus—

Wilkinson

ABOUT 6,000 people comprised mostly of workers were

at Silver Sands last night at

the Barbados Electors’ Associa-

tion’s meeting to hear their views, what they did in the
past and what they intended doing in the future.

This was the Party’s third political meeting of their
electioneering campaign and some of the subjects touched
on were registration, age grouping, ‘the high cost of living,
pioneer industries and unemployment.

The Chairman was Mr.

Luther Chase and among the

speakers were Mr, W. W. Reece, Mr. E. D. Mottley, Mr. J. H.
Wilkinson, Mr. F, C. Goddard and Mr. Vincent Griffith.

Mr. W. W; Reece said that the
high cost of living in the island
was an economic problem which
affected | everyone, particularly
the middle class and manual
workers. People found it impos-~-
ible to live on their earnings
which although raised from time
to time, did not keep pace with
the continual rise in the cost of
food and essential articles.

oak

pal-
even-
to the

Subsidization was only a
liative and one which may
tually prove too costly
xpayer Hi party believer
that the removal of all, but the
rictions in trade and
the competition which would







follow from such removal was
the only possible way to keep
the cost of living within bounds.

In recent times he said that the
education system had been re-
vised and Age Grouping intro-
duced. Age Grouping had given
rise to the problem of the back-
ward child and the only solution
to this problem was the creation







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‘U.S. Workers Will Work finea ror speeding

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well. At noon and at night }
lunches are made up of mil
other tasty items.
a First Aid quarters at his d

Govt. Housing

Scheme In Castries

Almost Completed
—ALLEN LEWIS

The Government Housing
scheme in Castries is almost com-
pleted and most of the flats are
now occupied, Hon. Allen Lewis,
Barrister-at-Law and a member of
the Castries Town Board told the
‘Advocate yesterday.

Mr. Lewis arrived here on Tues-
day on a short visit and is staying
with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Tudor cf
“Edithville’, Pine Road.

He said that the Government of
St. Lucia is now about to start on
the public buildings whic include
the Law Courts, xsovernment
Offices, the Fire Brigade Stations,
the Government Printery and the
Castries Town Hall. All these
he added,. will be finished, in
about another year

Private rebuilding is progressing
and the Government loan fcr this
has been completely taken up so
that Government is now trying to
raise further monies in order to
make additional allowances.

The Central Housing and Plan-
ning Authority is considering pro-
posals for replanning the area in
the upper part cf the town which
was burnt on the night of Mareh
5, 1951. All rebuilding in. this
area has been prohibited until the
new proposals have either -been

‘approved or rejected.

Mr. Lewis thought that the main
difficulty in carrying out the new
proposals will be chiefly,.a finan-
cial one, as the colony is already
over-burdened with the cost of
reconstruction of the previously
burnt out area.

Agricultural Experts

From an island wide point of
interest, he said that the principal
event in St. Lucia during the last
three months has been the visit of
the team of experts appointed to
consider and submit prcposals for
the agricultural developménts of
the colony. They spent about ten
days in St. Lucia and received over
100 memoranda from _ various
bodies and individuals. They aiso
met members of the Executive and
Legislative Councils, the Chamber
of Commerce and various other
groups.

They visited various parts of the
country in order to see for them-
selves, the character of the land
and the existing cultivation, and
it is hoped that their report will
contain far reaching proposals for
development.

He said that St. Lucia will be
sending to America, about 130
workers this year cut of the Wind-
ward Islands quota of 500. When
he left home, workers were being
recruited,

St. Lucia he said, will be the
assembly point for all the emi-
grants from the Windward Islands.

t to the U.S.A. will be treated
he will get hot lunches. »'These
k, oranges, bread, cheese and

If he meets with an accident there is

isposal.

“At nearly every. place. where
emigrants are employed they will
find that there is no discrimina-
tion,” Mr. Marvin Keil, one of the
Americans who is here to choose
emigrants, told the Advocate yes-
terday, He said that some emi-
grants may find that there is dis-
crimination among the American

community, but on the camps
where they are employed’ “every
man is a man.” J

The labourers he is taking will
work at Beaver Dam, Fox Lake,
Ripon, Rosendale and Sturgeon
Bay factories in Wisconsin as ‘well
as Belvedere and Lanark © in
Illinois,

At all of these factories there
are Mess Halls and billets that
have been approved by the State
Board of Health. The camps have
canteens, service buildings with
hot and cold water, laundry tubs
and wash bowls,

Each worker will be given a cot,
blanket and bolster. “They will
have no need for more than one
blanket because the cabins are all
heated,” Mr. Keil said.

There was still a large number
of labourers in Queen's Park yes-
terday. Mr, “Bill”, Tyler of the
Resort Airlines, an assistemt ‘to
Mr, Meranda, told the Advocate:
“The emigrants today are more, to
the required standard than on the
previous days.” There were not
as many rejections.

Mr. Tyler and Mr. Meranda
were interviewing the men yes-
terday while Mr: Keil was con-
centrating on the papers of some
of the men who had previously
worked in Wisconsin, Mr. John
H. Miller,» Personnel Director of
the Fall River Canning Company,
Wisconsin, was taking a keen in-
terest in the type of worker being
picked,

As usual there were some queer
replies to the interviewer's ques-
tions. A few examples are: “I
worked doing hard labour.” “I
weigh anything over 138 pounds.”
After hearing this reply Mr. Twler
asked this man if he could weigh
two tons.

Another man who rode all the
way from St, Philip was chosen.
Mr. Tyler said that this man’s
knees should be strong.,. There
was one worker who cut out the
back of his shirt to express pov-
erty. This however did not im-
press Mr. Meranda and the shouts
outside
rip

workers
“He

from the other
the building were:
shirt.”

There was another case in
which a man was rejected because
of a bad tooth. He went away,
had his tooth extracted and —

e

ce

back for another interview.
was selected,

Government Appointments

HIS EXCELLENCY the Governor has been pleased

to make the appointments 1
Ist of June, 1951.
Appcintments to

PRESENT
NAME OF OFFICER DEPARTMENT
J. C. King Secretariat
A. G. Rocheford Medical
M. W. Clarke .. Customs
H. B. Spencer Treasury
Cc, E. Smith Treasury
Cc. E. King Customs
E, C. Emtage Customs
R. A. Sealy Secretariat

V. I. Carrington Income Tax
Mrs. M. L, Haynes Income Tax
V. E. Cobham Income Tax
Cc. W, E. Archer Legal

F. J. Odle Labour

R. P. Parris Savings Ban
Mrs. T. Vaughan Social Welfz

Post Office
Treasury

W. T. Bryan ..
N. W. Legall

(a) Promotions

Miss M. Bartlett Secretariat
O. E. Moseley Agriculture
R, McConney . Audit

T. F. King Customs
A. S. Inniss .. Agriculture
Miss M. L. Gittens Post Office
W. A. Wharton Post Office
K. C. Lewis Post Office

isted here with effect from the
Executive Grade

APPOINTMENT

Assistant Secretary, Secretariat
Office Supt., Secretariat

Auditor, Audit,
Supervisor, Customs.
Supervisor, Customs.
Office Superintendent, Medical
Inspector, Income Tax (Deatt
Duties)

Inspector, Income Tax
Inspector, Income Tax
Inspector, Income .Tax
Labour Officer, Labour.

k Labour Officer, Labour

are Snr, Dist. Officer, Social Welfare
Postal Supt., Post Office
Accountant, Post Office.

to Senior Clerk

Treasury.
Medical
Agriculture
Post Office.
Post Office.
Post Office

(b) Promotions to Offices ranking as Senior Clerk




of schools or classes for such ees
children. Unfortunately, no real 1. V- Gilkes Legal
thinned al; endl sents at GC A. Ramaay Audit
attempt was made to arrive at H. M. Sh: Pectin
a solution. For this r On. he Se ee ee oc MErOEN
W. H. C. Weekes Customs
was glad to learn that abolition @’ a” Ashby Customs
of Age Grouping was being con- B geC, Thornton Customs
sidered. W. I. H. Cole Customs
@ On Page 8 C. R. Cumberbatch Customs

Examiner, Audit.
Examiner, Audit
Assistant Supervisor
Assistant Supervisor, C
Assistant Supervisor, Custorns
Assistant Supervisor, Customs
Assistant Supervisor, C
Assistant Supervisor, C

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Secretariat (Records Branch)
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A City. Police Magistrate c.1
Thursday fined Edward G. Welch
of Bush Hill, St. Michael. 40/- and
2/- costs for speeding while driv-
ing the motor van M-—1834 on
Bleck Rock Road on August 3.

The police in their evidence said
that the motor van was travelling
at over 32 miles per hour when its
speed was checked The speed
limit on that road is 20 miles per
hour

“MORMACREY” BRINGS
2,675 BAGS OF FLOUR

Over 2,675 bags of flour arrived
in Barbados yesterday by the S.S.

pe:
given t
Silver
the
by

in a case in which she claimed}

damages to the amount of £10}
and 3/- for:a breach of contrac:
against Lloyd Stoute also of |

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amount of £5 and
Their Honours Mtr
Taylor and Mr. J. W. B

Ap-
ment was;
>» Durant of
Church to}
5/- costs}
Gi 4
Cheher

When the case came before Mr}

W. Rudder in the Petty Deb}
ourt of District “B’, Durtapt
eceived judgment to the amount
f £6 8/-.

Du ant said in her evidence t
yat she handed Stoute material
o build four chairs for her, The}

east £1 Gs, and he
£5 for the job. She ad-}
him ¢2 Is. 8d

harged
anced
April 1 brought three}
to her. She asked him}
the other one and he said}
hat he would bring it when it
The three chairs we
built properly and she te- |
to take them
Defendant Stoute was represen! -}
ad by Mr. D, H. L, Ward,

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UNLAWFUL POSSESSION

Frank Welch of Fa'rfield Road,
St. Michael, was fined 20/- to b3
paid in 14 days or one month's
imprisonment by a Police Magis-
trate of District “A” on Thursday
when he was found guilty of the
unlawful possession of a quantity
of suger

On May 30 Welch was seen by
a police constable taking the sugar
alowg Rickett Street. He could not
give a satisfactory explanation as




to how he obtained the sugar. |

— $$

30/- FINE CONFIRMED | @

Their Honours Mr. G. L, Taylo:
nd Mr. J. W. B. Chenery, Judges
ihe Assistant Court of Appeal
yves'erday confirmed the decision

Mormacrey. The shipment came { His Worship Mr, EB. A, McLeod
from Vancouver and Seattle. P we Magistrate of District “A
who fined Benjamin Agard of
Of the amount 1,875 bags of ritton’s Hill 30/- for driving in
“Master Baker” were consigned to » dangerous manner = on My
Messrs. Harold Proverbs & Co., Lord's Hill on November 18,
Ltd., and 800 bags of wheat flour He was also ordered to pay the
came to Messrs. K. R, Hunte & costs of appeal which amountec
Co., Ltd. t £6 8s. - me
The wlormacrey also brought a
large shipment of lumber from, ~ hy r be
Vancouver and Westminster. She r
brought 47,689 pieces and 12,986 ear rou (

bundles of Douglas fir lumber for

Messrs. T. Geddes Grant Ltd |
Other cargo brought to Barba-
dos by the Mormacrey included |

50 bags of wheat bran, 88 bags of!
infusorial earth powder and a box
of agricultural implements.
Mormacrey is consigned to
R. M. Jones & Co., Ltd.
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OFFICE @® EQUIPMENT





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“It feels as if there's always some- “His sight is finé!” says Doctor. The
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worries: “Oh! Is his sight alright?” glare and dust. I advise Optrex.”

r ee se ——————1- a ome am egremin ce ane | control large capacity truck (ie i 5 5 oe
THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES §§ y, ise id BL
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4! = OUTA HERE . + IBET 3 OFF YOU ) YOU HEARD WHAT | vil sabvick with bebe ts Saath aii re oh i control large capacity truch, and germs, soothing tiny eye veins. you're a real ‘bright-eyes’ now John!"
20 CAS tas 4 ROM SWIMMING | (CALLED ITA GATDY NOBODY CAN |_| sicdiios of terecigiti bah Gan hick does
b OUT TOBE Phe az P: AND GET HER BOY F ND IF IT: FF, r ot | MAKE ME LOOK to the minimum r . er fuel PROTECT You R EYES ith
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and 18 cent nana x on Sundays, | 27d 12 cents per cgate line on Sundays.| 96 * Sundays 24 S days ds — over = , . TD TOWN COUNC -RDAM
TELEPHONE 2508 a cern al as Le: | akatedigh “Ghareer atte toa sae ee | Sndeda’ a eeta: & tcc nai. a oe , S Asa week. ad THE MAYOR AND TOWN COUNCIL OF NEW AMSTERDAM
Centon and $1.80 on ake * | and $1.80 on 80 on Sundays, word on Sundays Sundays. j hereby invite applications to subseribe to a loan oe oe to 7
- one aes hs ——ee-/ raised by the Council by the issue (at par) of } unicipal (Bearer
iectigme ae Calling the | FOR SALE NOTICE _ REAL ES ESTATE HOUSES Bonds of the denominations of = 00; 00; ee ink porte bin =
one $5 . ),000,00 at a rate of 4% interest payable half-yearly.
charge is $3.00 for any number of words on “Applications for one vacant St. Philip's " $5,000.00; $10, ]
up = 50 and 6 nls per word for each | | Minimum en 72 cents oe Vestry Exhibition tenable at the St. | oe oo New wooden om tld ai tecccibant Bones The issue of these Bonds has been authorised“by the Mayor and
94 ts Sund ra. == over " 1< 36 feet wi oor built sectionally - EE Tom + “s . >
sdditional word. Terms cash. Phone 2008 } wondn 2 atten ned wee: 4 conte a nae Se ther eae ior pally wa BG easy removal Shingle roof 14 at gg bathing, ideal for young coupie,| Town Council, New Amsterdam, with the approval of the Governor
bo a mg Be eet De, Bee Ot re i oak. on aan: day 9th June 1951, ‘“F| shutter windows, Suitable Simple con- | thoih with the siawe anauienins at Casuarina Residential Club, Maxwell} and Council acting in conformi:y with the authority thereto confer
jotlees only after ¢ p.m. Candidates must be daughters of| ¥&Fsion into three Tenantry houses. | anpty Tne ONY te Arend Hees | Coast Road. Tet 8378 1.6.51—2n | ved by the New Amsterdam Town Council Ordinance, 1949.





































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PAGE SEVEN

GOVERNMENT NOTICE



NEW AMSTERDAM TOWN COUNCIL





HELP
GIRL with sound know ledge ot Englisa DOUBLE BEDROOM
sremmar who can also type well. tc] sea
1.6.51—3n. | “ertising Department 1.6.51—t.f.0 FLAT — Qi Furnished Fiat at The Bonds will be repaid 20 years after the date of issue, 4
AUTOMOTIVE end must be over eight years and less i re Dupdee, St. Lawrence Gap, suitable for] the Council reserve to themselves the right to redeem the Bonds,
IN MEMORIAM —_—_—_ |} than twelve years old on the Sist July, LAND: 10,000 sq. ft. of Land at Fitz HOUSE-MAN—BUTLER: Required im- 2 only. Apply on premises or Phone whole or in part, by drawing or otherwise at any time after the expiry _
commaahastnlilanasintmmepesemmmiancunaiasliaia ti nes Austin (70) oniy done 9,224 miles. a iiktn eentin are rdeq, | Village. St. James, an excellent. site, for patter ted ee on be poe 240 8.5.51—t-£-n-1 of ten years from the date of issue
sl . actically New. Apply: Springer Garage. irth certificate mus’ orwarded, aa ‘asuarina sidential Clu BWI NE ceeepteenesasensimienensnseseenetsaapssses~tnansinminipecn é a
Soy al Oo pone ee ee Six Roads, Philip #**| with an application form, obtained from Be ae seme 2.8 Clarke, Jeweller. | Coast, — Mornings only 2651—1n| LARGE HOUSE AND FLAT at the The issue and transfer of Bonds under the Loan is restricted to
Brathwaite who died on June 3rd 1949. 1,6.51—3n | th_ Parochial Treasurer's Office. ; : —— Camp, on-the-sea, St. Lawrence Gap.| residents of the “Scheduled Territories” as defined below, and to
baited Re tiada Si tlie The entrance examination will be held 7 MANAGER for Stationery in Bridge- Fully furnished. Apphy: Bratton, Max- " = i

Gone but not forgotten _ aaes AUCTION t Appl interest and redemption monies on bonds being payable only to such

F CAR: Rover 16+1947 11, metre, condi-| at the St. Michael's Girls School on é own Pply in writing only to S.A.| well Coast. Dial 6357
Wailltbinene tonoones —_. tion as new, £650. No offers. Apply] Saturday 16th June 1951 at 9.13 a.m." ~ C/o Advertising Department Advocate 9.5.51—t.f.n.}| Person or i so resident at the time the Bond was subscribed

i . : P. S. W. SCOTT, AUCTION SALE OF BOAT Co., Ltd STREET celine gennneivenns aigutemien f yurchased
Florence Brathwaite (wife), Theophilus, | "st instance. Che sea Garage. . xe ane 7, we ; ‘ or pt “a
riitz, Walter, Clarence (Sons) and 2.6. 51—6n Clerk to the: x wee , at a ee Se it * SERVANTS: House Maid and child's Mectoes Ge = pet on “Scheduled Territories” means ;—

‘ - ee ee ee eect ot. . < a = ” s @ "T » . , * rie@e iti
foes 26.5110 CAR: One (i) Vauxhall 12 hop. 1939 30.5.51—Gn| Browne's Beach, Bay Street. Oph, °e| Nurse. Nurse: must be prepared to sleep] modern conveniences, Radio, Frig snd (1) The fully self-governing countries of the British Coms
can ai ner oan sur dear | Model. Enginé in sound order. Dial 4239. — —- | Ramsgate, One fishing boat cated | ir. Good wages. Comfortable quarters Telephone. Apply at Elise Court, Hast- monwealth except Canada

ene ae ee one Seen 1.6.51—2n| THE AGRICULTURAL AIDS ACT, 1995 | “Christian”. It is 22 ft x 7 tt ins, | Mrs. W. W. Bradshaw, Silver ‘Sands men ene eee a ee (2) Any Colony under the dominion of His Majesty.

— a ‘9 the creditors holding specialty liens} sud has spars, boom, gaff, balance; sails 2.6.51—3n “4 ss * . a
ceeecn ao a _ k i CAR: Morris Oxford 1949. Perfect con-| against MAYNARDS Plantation, St. Pet»r.| and moses. Must be sold, D'Arcy A. | eee (3) Any territory administered by the Government. of any
pes | m Gear mother your task 38§/ ation, éwner-driven, new tyres and bat-] TAKE NOTICE that T. E. Corvin} Scott, Auctioneer, 1.6.5)—4n SILVER SANDS HOUSE: Electric light part of His Majesty’s Dominions under the trusteeship
7 mn - " ic
Asleep your loving hands can do no | {T¥. Fitted with “Pye” Shortwave Radio.| owner of the above ‘named plantation, MISCELLANEOUS modern Refrigerator. Newl? painted with system of the United Nations :
Cash or terms arranged. Dial 2634 or 4881 | is about to obtain a ican of £4,000 7
more, 27.5.51—t.£.n.| under the provision of the above Act GOVERNMENT NOTICES comfortable Furniture, Bradshaw & Co (4) Any British Protectorate or British protected State.
Por those you loved you did your ee eee tha Sinee- Danleasew: eee othal Wake oc aie Phone 3292 2.6.51- est. . pANTE © RENT —$$ ietnhpeadiabni : ta
May God grant vou eternal rest, toe! Ries ase eel ee Seinen gh ay sahil eig neiunic odin iemtn _ UNFURNISHED House between TO SUB- Ler si b Irish Republic.
Claris Coppin and family, 2.6,51—1a 20,000 miles Ford V8 1935 ‘Tourer No money has yet been borrowed| Posting facilities at Station Hili, suieh. Net anetior tee Natun wit’ lave aah ot Tuly Di al 4484 of ats = (8) Iceland
F . & “y i a or la’ » x a y 437 C
JONES—In Loving memory of Mrs Fort Royal Garage Tees ee — i ae Bhi oaks St. Michael ' thar October Contact Harry V 1.6.51—6n (9) Burma
Martha J. Jones who departed this e _ , ” T. 8. CONDOS A Posting Box has been installed Re ee Phone No, $3507 C/o. Hotel reais aa (10) ‘The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan,
life on 2nd June, 1947. AC See ae Meee aoe eee El . a s entre ‘ Royal 2.6.51—2n SCOURT”, Palm Beach, Hast- f SHETHILO aC 7
Faith gives strength and meekness fae Mei Fraxec, mileage, 20,000 Owner. |at tne entrance to the Quarters ot ings. Cool, Comfortable, two flat Bunga A Sinking Fund commencing from the year 1951 will be pros —-
Contact H. Manning, Westmoreland, St.| 1.6.51—3n tne Commissioner f Police,
They that seek the Lord in faith | James. 29.5.51-—6n eo a lows. Near the Sea, open verandahs.| vided annually out of the general revenue of the Council, towards
Shall not (want) any good thing. = ees . Station Hill, St. Michael, Clear- i! ten cmaee SALE sitting, drawing and dining rooms, 5 repayment of the Bonds
Ww. HEAD ye? (Daugé cer). 2.6.51—1n a . . i es i natinan cia 5 NR: ‘ a 1 cus bedrooms, kitehenettes, pantry, toi'ets . ri
>> ee eae Ta etic oo NOTICE ances will be made as follows: and bath, running water and electricity The Council do not bind themselves to accept any application;
ANNOUNCEMENTS lent running order. Apply. R. A. Corbin.| _ Applications for one or more vacant}, Monday to Friday—9.30 a.m. to ONE STEINWAY _— PIANO garages ind enclosed yard. Availab'e} and reserve the right to apportion the Bonds as they may think fit,
iw | Dial 3604. 1.6.51—3n| St Michael's Vestry Exhibitions at Hare i. oes, ‘ ‘ In First, Clast Condition ree Bk ane ait eee Se vere No application below par will be considered.
| ison College will be received by Tho aturday — 9.30 oun, only, i ee oe Ten\h * op TIONS mu be closed in sealed envelopes arked

PYE ANNOUNCEMENTS: _ Starting MOTOR LORRY — 1937 Bedford Lorry.' Clerk of the Vestry up to 12 noon on General Post Office Ceci JEMMOTT paige: [oh t C outside “App lice a for Bond” sind savant be addressed to the
June 2nd, every Saturday at 7.10 p.m. | Bedford rear end & Chevrolet engine, ; Tuesday the 12th day of June 1951 ate ’ Over Phoenix Pharmacy On the ¢ c Ppiice on a
and leven Wednesday at 7.25 a.m., PYE | Full floating axle. Apply to Hugh| Candidates must be the sons et par- 29th May, 1951. 83 Broad Street Phone BRE Town Clerk, New Amsterdam, Berbice, British Guiana.

Radio will have a message for you over | Green, Bush Ha | 2.6.51—1n. } ishioners in straitened circumstances and 2/6/51—I1n. ADVERTISE IT PAYS D. DOW,

the loudspeakers of Barbados Rediffusion must be born between the 30th Septem- Find Town Clerk.
Services Ltd. Listen in to these.—Fye VANS—New Morris Cowley and Type] ber 1936 and the 30th March 1943 to be : : iKel . . Town Hall

Ltd 31.5.51—3n | J 10 cwt Vans, Last chance at old| proved by a Baptismal Certificate which Applications are invited for the own fall, .

“DYE HADION TD yO nn | Prices: Morris 6 Saloon and Two Door] must accompany the Application. vacant post of Labour Commis- New Amsterdam, Berbice.

PYE RADIO: The Jamaica Broadcast- | Minor Saloons all on hand for immed- Forms of Application can’ be obtsined sioner, St. Vincent ,
ing Company has awarded the contract | iate delivery from the Vestry Clerk's Office. ‘ pike a : * i . ws
for the supply of one hundred communal mee ica Garegs wae on By Order, The post is ae _ 5
receiving sets to PYE RADIO. The sets ‘elephone—4504 +o ne E. C. REDMAN, carries a_ salar in the” scale
chosén—-the new PYE-six, Identical sets Clerk, St. Michael's Vestn . ¥ MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, OM FL A SH NE w s

will be opened in Barbados this week—

Pye Ltd. 31,5.51—3n

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Dental Surgeon. —Mental
Hospital
APPLICATIONS are invited for





ELECTRICAL

FLASHLIGHTS & BATTERIES: Two
cell Flashlights with large focussing Re-
flectors $1.47 ea, Three cell at $1.84 each

Penlights—which clip into your pocket
like a Pen—Only $1.03 each. Batteries
at 11 cents each G. W. Hutchinson,
& Co., Ltd. Broad & Roebuck Streets.
i. 31.5.51—-lu



1.6,.51—6n

NOTICE |

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is
the intention of the Vestry of the Parish
of St. George to cause to be introduced
into the House of Assembly of this Island
4 Bill to amend the Vestries Act 1911
to reduce the amount of commission to
which the Parochial Treasurer is entitled
under Section 40 (2) thereof from six per



$2,400 x $120-—$2,880 per annum
with Transport Allowance of $514
per annum and Cost of Living}

Allowance of $253.60 per annum| ¢,o,

or at such rate as may from time
to time be prescribed. Quarters
are not provided.

The appointment will be on pro-
bation for two years in the first

May, Melbourne 6th June, Brisbane 16th
June, Sydney 23rd June, arriving at Trin-

proceeding thereafter
Liverpool.

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ments, drugs and materials are.) Pullets (five weeks old) Bred for | to cause to be introduced into the House ministration of all laws relating a '
supplied by the Mental Hospital. ia roduction. Apply | of Assembly of this Island a Bill to S, ee
PP y P spnas Week Wiel SE oe Road ae amend the Highways Act, 1900 to reduce to labour matters ba ' t
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Applicants must state fees re- pie. Ward, Grazette's aes tee the amount of Commission payable to recommendations regarding sthe Cc . .
quired for ;— the Parochial Treasurer under Section | conditions of employment of ne O.
(1) Extractions MISCELLANEOUS 48 thereof from six per cent. to four labourers, to deal with all disputes 2 N + a
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(3) Sealing and Cleaning. CAR PARTS: 14 m.m Spark Plugs. CARRINGTON & SEALY, and to perform any other duties e we. —_
li io 3 eac he | Chamois Leather, Upholstery ateria Solicitors to the said Commissioners ‘i 7 ‘ ; roOry
Colonial “Secretary's Ome not | std. many ether items. Enquire at the | 2,6,51°n awe Beowen ss, Seon NEW YORK SERVICE Y ‘
z . | Auto Tyre Co. Phone 2696. —_— - SplEpayeS ime to time, ’ Sails 18th May Arrives Barbados 30th May, 1961 ry ¢
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29.5.51,—2n. ENJOY YOURSELF! VANILLA I hereby beg to notify seas one required to pass a medical. ex- ns | SaRRTICNRRICNREEES mqurtnipetatnstineneneaten ep *
a aoe Customers and the General Public that ..- ati i subject to
FREE TUITION SCHOLARSHIP | rit oc cenls an ounce SELLING | My place of business will be closed from amination, He will be subject ‘o NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
Applications for one free tution | Sur; °BARBA MFG. Co. 09 ROFBUCK | Monday, 4th until Monday. 18th. inst taxation in accordance wi ’ BB. “ALOOA PATRIOT” Sails oun Seat — Avcivon Barbedon lke Sune, iset,
: 1c * A. L. WAITHE, islation. | § Fy RIOT” Sails 30th ay — Arrives Barbados a June, 19% i. | .
College ie Stropic <) At arabes You THINK! rie Ae San a0): FSaae we EROSS neliaa ations should be addressed } “ALCOA POLARIS" Sails 13th June — Arrives Barbados 28th June, 1951 TO oe eae) BETTER SERVICE, we have taken
ollege o ‘opica riculture ! nes » 651-3 @ eee over additional space r j
will 4 estore eo ear eet —— 6.51—2n to fhe Administrator of St. Vindent } CANADIAN SRRNIOn Y al space on High Street, adjacent to -
GALVAMIGRID, SE SNTE “Beet CUBIC | em ee AGRICUL | ot later than 0th our Main Office, where the following services will _
of Agriculture up to the 9th of] new sheets, Cheapest in the Island!| THE SUGA to reach him n ; 7
J G ft $5.04; 7 ft $5.88; 8 ft $6.72; 9 ft $7. TURAL BANK ACT. 1048 June, 1951. Certified copies of | SOUTHBOUND be available on and after May 28th - a
June, 1951. . h Bette: hurry | To the creditors holding specialty liens) * ms patie “ itted Name of Ship Sails Montreal Sails Halifax Arrives B'dos . pene
2. Candidates should be not léss| 1? ert ts oeTD. er against WELCHTOWN Plantation, testimonials should be submitted. ames
i é > A. Bi vi eee ae St. Peter, 2/6/51—4n 8.8, “ALCOA PIONEER” May ith May 14th May 24th *
than 17 years of age on the Ist of 4.5.51t.f
September, 1951, and hav TAKE NOTICE that 1, the Attorney of s.s. “FOLKE BERNADOTTE” = May 25th May 30th June 10th mi om
eptember, > , an ave ; . the above Plantation am about to obtain 88. “ALCOA PLANTER" Sune ath June ith June 2st COLLECTIONS : You are invited to use our High
obtained a. Cambridge School| | HOQHE POSTERY Just received 1 a loan of £8,000 under the provisions of
woll plaques in flying ducks, blue birds, | ‘ ie ney * . 5 aan

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preferably, some knowledge of! boxes, jam dishes, butter dishes, ashtrays ag reapact of the Agricultural year 1951 to! $.8. “ALCOA PEGASUS” due May 20th sails for St. John and St. Lawrence epeedier service with a minimum of waiting,
science. Sh ea ene Ors Patera Tinea No money has been borrowed under the SOUVENIRS, CURIOS, : Gildan iaceiapa ‘Greil
3, _This scholarship entitles the — —— Agricultural Aids Act, 1906, or the above JEWELS These vessels hve limited passenyer accommodation,
Colleae, Kesbiedl de tO, at fhe] RAISING 40c per Tb, Currants oe per | Adt in respect of auch emma... New Shipment opened ELECTRIC SUPPLY ACCOUNTS: A. special vi
en but all fees must be je eee en es 10¢. per pt aa ee Haymans Factory an a THANT’S DIAL ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK eae eaten: wicket is provided in our High Sireet premises to
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fact that as from October, 1951,]s, Vase, Card Case, Old Ladle. .6.51--3n y. - ot payments.
residence in the Milner Hostel at Clood "Plate, ‘Parks. Spoons ch taaiiae Kt OTICE : ,"
the College is compulsory, autea ae une | 4 ghee POST OFFIC N { Ik D
SUVS Sisal Sts 80 a ena ' \ j i
r Rs . . . ‘
JOHN R. BOVELL Two barges ape yg ae Changes in Air Mails THE ROY. L B NK te
7 Wa Machine, ore new Colc ave ‘ i dead
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pplications 4 or Limited __ "| Post Office as follows: — | j OF CAN DA
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which will be of the value of )UMBREL LAS—Sample Tot of Ladies cite hata Time _ Day Due A ‘
$1,236 per annum for three years.|moierials at $6.03 each. BROADWAY Bermuda rs 3 11.45 a.m, Tuesday Vessel From Leaves Barbados ‘
tenable at the Imperial College of| DRESS SHOP 4.8 lene 20 p.m. ane 8S. Pca om ai! London oS ue a FN
Tropical Agriculture, Applications | —> , g3-foot Motor-sailer, Diesel Canada (via Bermuda) 2.00 p.m. riday SS. “TRIBESMAN” London st June 15th June ;
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Agriculture, will be received at) siceps two; has cruised inter-island with United States 11.45 a.m. Tuesday S.S. “FACTOR” - Liverpool Early June Mid June \
the office of Department of Sith of| three aboard; all accessories Sepa 2.00 p.m. Friday 58.8. “TRADER” Glasgow fehl ™ Nie 8S. H. Dalgliesh, Manager ‘
: . 64 ee te F ‘i carly . ius .
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‘hats : erg el a ‘SETS EXCEED $2,497,000,000
2, Anplications wit ve con-| PERSONA Coys fo Or" aac Sel Tete aR ee '
sidered a a Sundictate who— ere 6. esse
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(ecldence inthe Miner Hostel aijALL. OR ANY © Gcrete-nceeteh onthe NOTICE ANTED TO PURCHASE Winton cee
residence in. the ‘" Jardrobes and Pureaus, Wash :
the College is compulsory and oy OF % vende Sane watt pe is pene, e ive in one of our many Bordered Spun
allowances have been increase % ‘ Kitchen Pere : i ' ita: i i ee ets pink on a Ce $1.44
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SATURDAY, JUNE

9

1951

F VERNON MORGAN) AT CT Electers’ Association than they} ed te ae ge
(From SRNON } WAI ae "i te dial . ss : had among. the balance of the short-lived ;
rO CROSS THE ATLANTIC House. —Lincoin
EPSOM D OWNS. June | They did not go in for colour, ee RN
de 2

MAJOR LIONEL HOLLIDAY’S

to-day scored an easy win in

the fillies’ classic, though starting a rank outsider at !



S FILLY Neasham ‘Belle
the 173rd running of the Oaks,
33 to 1.

Neasham Belle ridden by Stan

but unfortunately that was
brought in. They had in Christ
Chureh two very able members
in Mr. Reece and Mr. Goddard,
Fe men who had been most suc



J. A. CORBIN & SONS.

The President and Mem-
bers of Pirates Basket Ball






FREELY...

cessful in private lives. Don’t Team cordially invites all All Day -
7 Clayton, went to the front round- ae you think they would be successful Basket Ball fans and their |}; :
THE} PLA ing S aeems Sune a ames a 5 g * in looking after your interest in friends to their ;
5 a tour le vic y over ese ‘ 4 ssembly? “fT do” '
«Cracker, a 10 to i chance with oe eee DANCE TO-NIGHT i
TO WORK, the joint 5 to 1 favourite Henry iecca ad |
Tufton's Belle Of All two lengths Mr. Wilkinson said tha ;
further away third of the 16 members of his Party were not : tee are ae School, |
BE ER starters, in the House for personal reas- eee. eee a HANDY Vicks Inhaler with you!
: A smart crowd in glorious sun- ons, they were there for Barba- Music by a popular Orch. | nose fla su iffy from a cold, a whiff
shine saw the unconsidered filly dos. He also told the people that Refreshments on Sale. | clear breathing inatantly.
ocoty:* wapiaacap teamed py Nearco out of Phase, run away capital and labour mast work ADMISSION 3/- with effective nasal medi-
NEW YORK {rom her more fancied rivals to together. Labour could no more) There will be Prizes.

American Big Business long
ago decided that it is Good Busi-
ness to keep the employee happy.

thing fromm baseball and bowling

earn for her Yorkshire owner the
record Oaks prize of over £15,000,
She was the first outsider to win

prominent though unable to find a

get on with Capital than Capita!
without labour.

encourage the building of nd








2.6.51—1n.

sponsored by the Misses





{And Vicks Inhaler is safe to

ie

Alli e: nment _ he;

And this year, says? W. H. Ed- this one, and a half mile fillies jhe nek Gees . bus when! ¥
mund, recreation. director of a Classic for 15 years, and gave they failed to encourage new —. ire f
atest and epee concerns young Clayton his first classic industries. They. told the senior you. are reminded o
in ry is spending million success. esentative of thi arish tha
dollars (£178 million)—easily a Belle Of All, the winner of me ibey tad ty intoation, wbarecetan TO-NIGHT'S DANCE
record —— on recreation pro- One Thousand yuineas, anc of bringing in any measure to
grammes which cover every- hitherto unbeaten, was always









hotels. EUDENE and ELAINE r
to chess tournaments and mam- finishing burst to eatch the Mr. Wilkinson also said that: CLARKE
moth Christmas parties. leaders. the Government had amie mienen AT QUEEN’S HOUSE .
i The start was held up ten the bus when they failéd to have; QUEEN’S PARK
None of the 20,000 firms which minutes by Chinese Cracker but

pout out the dollars for fun be-

a deep Water Harbour Scheme.






Music by the Percy Green's

in the race itself he finished It was feared in Barbados. that Orchestra
eWhet rr ellie "deck Sher bs strongly to take second place of if such a scheme was in existence Refreshments on Sale.
leaves the "tactory has meted £1,710. it, would create hardship among ADMISSION — — 2/-

bearing on the way he does his
job next day.

“A man who plays baseball in
the evening will. be able to turn
in a better day’s work than thc
man who kills his time in a tav-
ern.”

LAST YEAR, when he was
hattling Russia’s Malik at UNO.
Sir Gladwyn Jebb was the hero
of millions of Americans who
watehed him breathlessly on ‘TV.

But now Jebb himself has
voiced a growing trend among
UNO men who think that the
goings-on may be over-publicis-
ed. Too much microphone and
TV “eye,” says Jebb. And now

; ; HYACINT

Dr. Grayston Kirk, vice-presi- Come his way than at Bizlet Ssta- ———— a a > Si are

dent st“ Conumun’ Usivéenty, sium Oslo, “on June 18-20, a0 . a to- - = - $10.79
says UNO is being “hamstrung” later the same month on the .

by publicity.

THE Sustain MacArthur Com-
mittee, headed by Mrs. Gloss
Edwards, of New York, paid 900
dollars (£320) to hire Carnegie
Hall for its first meeting. The
hall holds 2,760 people. Thirty-
nine turned up.

America’s population is bound-
ing up in a way which has all
the.prophets hiding their heads.
In 1950, says the Census Bureau,
it increased by 3,548,000 to a to-
fal of 153,490,000.

Stadium track is very fast. It isthe tricity gave rise to questions; obtain from the U.s%, Government
. SINCE I wrote about the mim- one on which the European which were Sopercnink in the! & greater allocation of U.S. dollars, CLUB
ry powers of New York's Car- ¢hampionships were held in 1946 thoughts of many. The villages|they might be able to buy from
mal Spellman, his many friends when Wooderson won the 5,000 and tenantries required water , Canada and the U.S. any commo- :
have been telling me of his oth- metres in 14 min. 8.6 sec. and electricity and the Govern-|dity that was cheaper from that MAXWELL’S COAST ROAD
moa omente ne g00d ‘The climate may not suit Ban- ment should take steps to bring}Source than from the sterling
ayer, first-class ama- |; : i 2 > people j are :
\~ nister so well in Italy but the them to the people, no matter |area, TELEPHONE: 8378 ARE Y U
wan Loge te a member of his Mildn track is good. It was there from what country the pipes, Mr. Goddard next touched on O
college debating team. that the German Harbig set his equipment and machinery came.

To top it off, his first novel,
“The Foutndling,” has just ap-

CE ee cee =** Rann’ faeces! ~— RAEUMATISM! |
ler sedans mg ge aes Ss to nah

‘ give serious consideration to an : : . ; aoe x a
WHEN. 23-year-old _ Elenore ’ . increase of the salaries of civil the encouragement of new indus- a 72 Sa
Nelson left Minneapolis for Scotland Retains. servants, teachers and other| ‘Ties far out-weighed any disad- OR /| ON
Washington six months ago, she h w hi Government employees and alse wane aides af ere no ie ! oh iy ar
Was guaranteed cocktails every the removal of such trade restric- Mr. Goddard en Geait wi ne : Z| Theatr
fternoon by the haberdashery Golf C ampions P tions as were hampering trade Hotel Aids Bill and what it would & REPAIRING ? fig 3X im

rm employing her—and ‘‘guar- LONDON, June 1. and so causing the salaries and|™ean to the island and. Christ 4 x

antéed”” a. husband, too. Now she Scotland retained the Women’s wages of the employees and| Church particularly, Trinidad and Their terrible pain is often needless.

is back in Minneapolis explain-
ing. that she got the cocktails
but that the many Washington
men to whom she was introduced
were not “solid enough.” bee



ship starts on Monday, so, they had accused his Party of| representatives. He then explain-| quick-acting ingredients, EVERITE ASBESTOS CEMEN D
Scotland were always favour- all the major iils of the island. His! ¢¢ the party system and said ¢ DOLCI ia pare aes safoumniy 3 in bospitals and poe, It is in 10ft., 6ft, 4ft., 3ft., 2ft re ga SOIL PIPE
i hei ur+- Party had sat idly by and allowed| that they did not believe in it. deing prescribed by doctors now. ( has reheved the anguish of many , 1 4 ' Ss & f 1 =
THE COURTS PLAY ites ‘to’ win following their s a a ahs - a ‘ ar Su raed They believed in abilit rt f your fellow sufferers with long-standing cases of joint -stiffness and EVERITE ain. BENDS & BRANCHES
prising clean sweep by nine games the on ee aes stn Ween f 1 't ri % ane. E xtreme pain. So, you see, the sooner you use DOLCIN, the soone EVERITE CORRUGATED SHEETS
asterday or were » going to' Was No goo ryir a reme pain. ¢ P > . error , ;
ERDISTON TO-DAY RE Sree aie Seucae ag onger ‘were they a 7 cricket whan Mid “thee wide Can ‘wr condition may be improved. fe ; : = 10ft., 9ft., 8ft., 7ft., 6ft. lengths,
The Courts will engage a team by six games to three and to-day “The major problem facing, Playing football. is pro awa costs very little, Get it today--100 precious table=: Phone 4267.
from Erdiston College in a cricket won their last match against Irs+ Barbados today is the rising cost} He said they hid formed tteri- wb nv
match which will be played at

Erdiston College to-day. Play
will start punctually at 1.30 p.m.
The Courts XI; L Sealy (Capt.),

Neasham Belle who is trained
by George Brooke at New Market,
covered the mile and a half in two
minutes forty-one and one-fift h

seconds,
—Reuter.

Two Chances For,
Bannister To Run
That 4-minute Mile

LONDON.
If Roger Bannister is going to
do that four-minute mile it may
be-out of the country next morth.
3etter chances are not likely to

500-metre track at Milan,

A mile will be his distance in
Oslo and the promoters of the
Italian meeting will be wise if
they stage a mile handicap, be-
cause the advantages of running
on a longer track with fewer and
more gradual bends, are obvious,

In Norway, Bannister may have
A. Boysen to extend him, Boysen
is the Norwegian who returned
the fastest time for 800 metres
in Europe last year, 1 min. 48.7
sec.—and don’t forget this Bizlet

world 800 metres record of 1 min.
“6.6 sec. in 1939.



International Golf Championship
of the Home Countries in the
series of games which ended on
the Broadstone Links, Dorset, to-
day.

The Women's Open Champion~

land by five games to four.
England, common losers to

Scotland, finished second with @

six to three win against Ireland

K. Morris, A. Thorpe, F. Phillips, and nine to zero against Wales,

A. Daniel, E. McLeod, G. Miller,
R. Kellman, E. Thompson, F. Tay-
lor and R. Fitzgerald.

Erdiston XI: C. L. Cuffley
(Capt.), T. Blackman, R. Knight

: y inerease in prices | — y
E. Weir, Cc. Best, G Watson, continue throughout the year. At} AT ae = PARK
x ae steiner area rn 7 + T d no time in the past five years, has | THURSDAY ath
in, G. Holder an s rt. \ 7 the cost of living not risen far and r
—Reuter, W hat $s On LO ay above what increase you ma y | and,

while Ireland, who beat Wales 6
to 3 before losing to England and
Scotland, were third and Wales
with three defeats last.

—Reuter.

Police Courts — 10,00 a.m.
Netball — Foundation Girls



STANLEY SMITH (32) one of the two Smith Brothers, who two
years ago sailed a 20 ft. boat across the Atlantic, with Mr. Charles
Violet, aboard the “Nova Espero” in which they will attempt another

crossing of the Atlantic.
Pier at the South Ba ink, London.

Government Missed The Bus

@ From Page 5

Much money was spent on edu-
catiom but in his view, the bene-
fits to the community were not
as great as they could be until
technical schools were established.
Such sehools would fit young peo-
ple for the sterner sides of life
and enable them when they went
abroad to compete with the youth
of the country to which they went.

He said that water and elec-

said that the
so high that

In conciusion he
cost of living was

workers in business
keep at a low figure

Mr. F. ©. Goddard said that the|
Barbados Lebour Party had put]
their views to the public for the
last number of years and in doing

concerns to

The start will be made from the Festival

Express.





He said that no one could blame
the Government for the increase
cost of goods that they had to im-}
port. That was beyond their con-
trol as well as the merchants. They
had’ to pay what the exporters
could get for their goods in world
markets. There was however an
exception to this and it had been
drawn to the attention of the Gov-
ernment on many occasions how
the cost of living might be kept
down. It was that if they could

unemployment. He said that the
Government was more than short
sighted by not encouraging new

Jamaica had already put such a
bill on the Statute Book but Bar-
bados was still thinking on these
things.

1%. J. H. Wilkinson first asked
the electorate to return their two

of living which seems to nae. e| selves into a Party called the

by a long way any
may get

increase we

for our sugar and inci-!



dentally, the wages that the sugar| THE LOYAL BROTHERS OF

industry is able to pay,”

he said. |

THE STARS

“The price of sugar is agreed on |

before the reaping season begins
and the increase which has been
for the past few years a matter
of 124% to labour
whereas the

have got for the current year as
the result of the latest agreed



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r ACE rot R BARBADOS tDTBMtt <,\TlKIlAN Jl SI !. 1451 BAKBADOS Am'OMTE i.i..__.T— ---—"— -1 S .1iirH>. Jimp i. I S31 n \n ii HOUM "( Ass.nibly on Tuesday a debate took place on the plan to extend the water supply at the Pine and to add to the supply in other places. The facts disclosed that the difficulty now experienced in other parts nt the island was due to the shortage of pipe. Tha tiH-r.il criticism was that this was a condition which should have been remedied by securinR pipe from places outside the United Kingdom. It might have been possible to get the required quantity c>( i States or Canada it the British Government would release the %  Mr. Adams in reply to this criticism pointed out that he had taken the opportunity when in England to raise the question at the Colonial Office and was told that such pipe .;-. migfal bar* been available at %  .vas being dispatched to Persia for usr i:. the oilfields which are now being wrenched from the hands of the British under the i;uise of nationalisation. The present condition was foreseen some months ago. The new specialist %  %  of the Waterworks Department made it clear that the subterranean water lying as It did between lOO and 250 feet below the surface was still U-in if-raises! by machinery laid down during the last century. This machinery had done invctlrtahlc work but would have to he replaced by more up-todate equipment. The increased consumption of water and the growing oj built up areas demanded greater supplies. The target o| the reorganisation was the provision of a proper system of pumping and distribution in order that water should be carried to the •f the people This was and still is %  Dtlal need. The criticism against the Government was well founded. From the time of the geological explorations of the late Dr. Scnn of the British Union Oil Company and the subsequent mvestir.-Uions of Mr. Roddam who penned %  • raport **> tinloca\ Government, it wd cleai thai Barbados was In the happy position of having a plentiful supply of good water. It was on these report! that it was decided that therd should be in addition to the domestic supply a scheme Ition, This would have enabled land OWIW to InerMBi the food supply and would have made the island more self suflicient. The Government was in possession oi the relevant factand when Mr. Adams as Leader of the Government was told at the Colonial Office that the pipe which was available was being sent to the Paeajaj] oilfields, it should have been pointed out to the British Government that a plentiful water supply was more important to the people of Barbados than the flow of oil in Persia. It would have been well, and perhaps would have avoided the unhappy situation which has now given rise tp tha criticisms, if some alternative suggestion had been made. Pipe can bo had from the United States or Canada but this was dependent upon the release of dollars. There are dollars to he had The United Kingdom has only to give consent. Thr essential task is to get water to the people who need it all over the island. It can only be done when there is a sufficiency of pipe to carry that water to them after it has been pumped to the surface It is futile to preach to people that they must observe the rules of hygiene and that they must endeavour to get the most from the land without giving them opportunity to get water enough for domestic and irrigation purposes It can only be done when the Barbados Government make* iwn i %  (Toi t to get the necessary pipe from any source where it is available. Without water nothing can succeed. Canada—U.S. Ilrlalion* letters I have iweiveJ I %  l"rt* and I made in Porooto r* %  %  Use thai then still to !*• dour in the process of rlj education. Many of them were full ol such p lish" # "What ia your socialist government m Snajaad doing*" It was assumed, apparently, that I must have naturally U Englishman I i naps not surprising ihst some of my correspondents have %  MMSfl latB uncertainty about Canada's constitutional pmiltioa little about Canadi .a Uufcht in school* in the United have been reading re%  %  conducted 1 %  vo;ir or SO tea under States Committee en Education. The purpose of this enquiry was how much Americ.n high school students knew about Canada and how much I students knew about the United States. 1 will say no more BbOVt the result* of the BBCJUSrj Ifl C.n than to report that in 1 lie words of those corduttinit Hie tests "Can idian students know My more about the States than the United Slates students know about Canada." Thutf knowledge. 1 should add was not always mulched by their understanding. The students being tasted in the United Btaaa. m • year at high school In two cities, •he Canadian border and one in %  BBTC read typical comments by it % %  asm lo Uw Unstad states with 1 :ti musement and. at limes, with something upproaching consternation. Some >tudeni> made no bones about tbt 1 H to my lack of information about Canada, 1 can express lit* ideas". OM Others, however, went on to set down Uieir impressions. "I confess to know little about the Canadian people", one student said. "My general impressions anlh.it the people are .ill Fum-hmen or i'olic-c or trappers oi nowledea i. m movies I have ,-ii*cn and %  few books 1 have read.* 1 Witt some firmness nnother sludent wrote. "I think Canadi would tter "IT to adopt our form Hetent and break free from England Another The people are very backward". After receiving that and other body bjpv*] I confess 1 was rather diSCOUISSSd. The only lighl among the gloom %  who with | %  i iy wrote "Due to the fact thai Ru Informi c.-nada is UrnlM, t reel tn.it Uie class of people arc intelligent, wellotnsj ciliMH % %  i hope that thai panteulaf student novcr acquires RJ much %  %  I tha >• rons kind <•! know tooa* bout Canada as to dispel t ruit i noranee ha* not prevented Canadians and Americans getting aliing 1 wonderfully well together Our mutual relation-hive been and rightlylauded as an exemplii.l ih* wary that free states conduct their relations %  other. Thai example (till stands. it would of count, t" 1 Impossible when WS are so close together, >th so many and complex problem!, "f unit ict ind national Interest not to have dlffeiODCSI .mil dUBculUStj )ul H it would I c %  < %  chili Tences in a frnnk and friendly manner when such diKcusslon ih desirable Discussion of such things without misunderstand mi; is and of the proofs, mid Baa <>f ti.e teati of our good relationship. Our boast hi Hud m havs Mocpted on both sides the responsibility of settling srhatevei daasreaeai without the use or threit of force or even m BUJ prc H i I We have the righl 10 disagree, ;r hlt-ml: We also havs fate obUgauo solve these disagreements H friends, and with a minimum of fuss and disturbance. This has not always bee ii easy m the | is not going lo be always easy in the days ahuncL but our friend.ship will. 1 know, stand the challenge of the trial* and turmoil of out ttsse. Firm and sure though this friendship between our two COlUi" tries is, it should not. however, be !...• %  In: • %  I %  I twecn oountnes. like friendship), between indtvidu i)s. mult bo kept tin repair. Never before In the tustOr) nf relations bstWSi United States and Onnda has it been moi. 0 keep that principle In mind, since our relations haw in recent years entered :. new phase. They have become even closer than they their character is ehanajni Tinfundamental reason for the change? which are now t;rking place in relations between Canada and the United States is the fact .hat the United Btstes has wlthbi ft VST) lew years become the greali't pomrSf in the world and baa become Iht lead %  ^ liefl value freedom. This has come about su r.ipidlv thai ii is ii ird to remembei that only liftoen years ago there was a strong trend m the United States toward leotat t a n lsrn and nsutrsUty, ami that policies were put Into effect H'.r with the intern of exercising %  % %  lor Kail 1 M Prsnon u.l.vf.r.l M (h Ki..nl. Club %  < OtUwa. on Aptll 17. ISVM interiKticnal leadership but of %  .reign entf nglemenU. In the face of the grave threaunder which we now live. SV) Canada—eveiy.n.i la me fTSS world — must be profoundly grateful that the United States hai. risen to its new responsibilities with such courage and determination. Our long experience of Mesad* ship with thr United States has convinced u* that our neishbour will use for peaceful ends alone the great power and influence which comes from its commanding position in the world. May I repeat what I said last fait in the United Nations Assembly, when the United Stntes was under bluer and unfair attack by Soviet repreWe in (.".HI wta know Ihir country ano its people well. We know them as good neighbours who respect ihc right of others who don't ask for or get automatic support from smaller countnes through pressure or threats or promises. We know thus, thery nccept the fact that co-operation larfat and smaller countries can only exist on ^ basis of mutual confidence and mutual respect." Also, we have cause for satisfaction and confidence in the knowledge that, in exercising ils power, and leadership, the L'niteu States has not hesitated to work closely and co-operatively with her friends through intern itional or• m which all the fret countries have an independent voice. One evidence of that is Korea, where military operations have been conducted under the auspices of the United Nations, and where political decisions have been :.e the courage and tenacity which they have shown in terribly difficult condition." Other countries however, have also sent contingents to Korea and tnere are now fourteen countries represented there by military forces. Our own country. Canada, has willingly accepted its duty—as a loyal member of the UN—to participate, on land, on the sea. and in the air, in this momentous test at IBS vatta of collective action against aggression. In the North Atlantic area as well, the United Stales has chosen ti work within an organization ol friends and allies. The North Atlantic Alliance, which is designed to deter any attack on the North Atlantic area by building balanced collective forces adequate to prevent the conquest of any of its niemlKTs by an aggressor,"has BS its chief buttress the great economic and military power of Oaa United States. Hut the other allies are all making important, contributions to the joint defence and they all Have t voice in the Noiih AUantlt Council where the policies of the alliance are decided General Eisenhower, wh > is the Supreme Commander of the Allied" Powers in Europe, said in a happy phrase when he was m Ottawa that he now considered BlntseH one-twelfth Canadian. In the same way he is one-twelfth Trench and one-twelfth Italian anrl one-twelfth American. So are we — or so we should be. For many years, then. Canada and the United States hove been good neighbours. Now, however, we are not only continental neighbours but allies in a larger group. That is perhaps the simplest way to indicate the change which hat come over the relations between our two counAs a result, the questions of common concern which we will have to settle will in many cases be different in kind from any that bavi trim pcevtousaT. Buen direct differences as we have had in the pnst have usually been over border questions or over tradd gad commercial matters. They „ ere the kind of disputes that neighbours have over a line fence or an exchange of produce, and in both countries we have developed the habit of settling such disputes without consulting the magistrate or the village constable. We must show the same spirit in considering the new problems which will confront us now as allies. These problems will often be of a far more serious kind, since they will be concerned with the policies of an alliance of which the United States Is the acknowleged leader but in which Canada also has an important role to play. Those policies will concern nothing less than our v*ry survival as free [MHiples. We will not experience much difficulty. I imaninc. in %  igreelng on objective*. However, it is inevitable that from time to time we should differ on how those objectives can best be Knleved. We must expect that Canadian policies will sometimes be under criticism in the United States and thai United Slates nnlicies will he crtticiicd In Canada In the United St -ten there may be u temptation to feel thai any rrttJchn i of that country by Canadians U Inappropriate, since the United Stales is bearing heavier responsibilities than any other country for the defence of the Has wond. I hope that Hi temptation will be held in check by an awareness that the pohcie pursued by the North Atlant: Alliance are as much a matter of life and death for Canadians they are for Americans. Canada, on the other hand, there may be a temptation to ress-u criticism from the United Stat-s on the ground that it overlooks the fact that, although Canada i* contributing men and arms, its voice can never be decisive In deciding how tnose resources shculo oc employed. I hope that this temptation in Canada will be curbed by recognizing that tie weigrft our representations wil, have in the North Atlantic Council and in other bodies where tin policies of uW free world are being decided willbe in large part determined by the part we are willing and able to play in increasi firmly corvineed that th development ,,f ij M fjl. Lawrence would be equally in the interest of the United States and Canada pirtieulailv ui present circum stances when it is necessary I mobilize and expand the who!, of North America's Industrja capacity. The development of th power and navigation facilities o the St. Lawrence system. In ou ViSW, would mean an immeiv accretion of strength to the In dustrial complex in the UniteStates and Canada. In many ways, then, Cai.ada an the United States are drawln closer together. I hope that thi process will continue and increase as pan of a wider and even morr important process towards elosei co-.iperation in the whole Nortl Atlantic area. There Is, I think in Canada a widespread willingne"B to move towards this clo*association with at manv of trf nations of the free world possible It may take a long lim to KsUeve that wider objective e unity; but it should constanllinspire the efforts which ar necessary now to protect fre societies from being overwhelmc1 Canadians will not Ue behind •• people In readiness to pool the> sovereignty with that of other fr* nations, so that if can work mo* effectively for our security %  •• Mil well.ue. But if *J nrP B || I move townro. th t distant po-' it is neccssnrv that we should If* maintain and sirenethen t>> soenil bones of friendship whC 1 already exist .etuee., countries i the rree world. Of these, ther re none closer or more signlnc"' IhC, 'ies hetwe-" 'he -w-ni* * r-.n-.dn rvnd the United St.ti** NOBODY'S DIARY Monday—Today I saw a man riding a bicycle and balancing on his head a plank 30 ft. long and six inches thick. Tuesday—Who maligned women by calling the shak shak tree "women's tongues"? I prefer the tree with leaves than with pods but all the same, why women"* Wednesday—A hot tiring day. Nothing to do but swim Slightly spoilt by the numbers of pieces of dead tish on the beach. But even d';ad Itsh should not prevent relaxation. It seems to me (and I'm just Nobody, don't forget) it seems to me that most of our troubles in Barbados today are due to the fact that people try to do too much They just won't relax. Result is that they are so stale thai they make everything wither by their touch. I remember two adjutants in my gallant days as a King's man. One used to stay in his office until eleven al night and was there at 7 in the morning. He was the worst adjutant we had. The other used to be there at 8 in the mornLnaj j.id he was clear of the place by 6 in the evening Midweek he and I used to play hockey together. And he had other interests too. He was the best adjutant wo had. Thursday—My thanks to the Governor of Barbados for not attending Queen's College Speech Day. Because it gave me a chance to hear the Hon. Robert Challenor speak. I was there tucked between a little ten year old with ringlets. The Acting Chairman was a bit longwinded and the mover of the vote of thanks was also loquacious but th? guest of honour the Hon. Robert or "I-addie" for short. was spiffing. I have in a long lifetime attended many speech days for my sins, which are many. But never have I enjoyed such a splendid performance as the Hon. "Laddie" Challenor gave to day. It was terrilic. It brought the house down. It made me laugh. It made everybody laugh. Speech day was great fun. It was such a change from the lugubrious tales I have been hearing in the last two years about what a bad chap I am and how people like me should pull together or give a lead or some other form of preach. Thanks very much. Laddie. It was grand. Friday—To carry on where I left off. After the magnilicent entertainment provided in the Speech Day Hull we trooped down to Queen's College Proper and I got a good seat in the shade near the drummer and the mike. Queen'* College for the unitiated is authenticall) the lawn under the high cliff and steps lead down to it It's a kind of combined natural and artificial theatre and would make a lovely setting for an outdoor performa nee of Midsummer Night's Dream (are you listening Mr Grossmith?). On this lawn to the great entertainment of cyclists passing along River Road at the time was staged one of the finest physical cultural displays that females can ever have given In this island. There was a piano playing and when it go. really tough there was the clash of] drums. Just like Bertram Mills. It wait wonderful. But one thing frightens me. What sort of Amazons are these girls likely to grow Into? Big-footed girls with %  arms like small trees, violent girls who leap over obstacles and jump horses, who skin cuffins with more facility than 1 [ balance a tea cup. what sort of mothers | will they make? Will all this muscle development make childbirth easier 1 11 don't know but it seems a bit violent to me. Frankly I would be afraid speaking as a man to have one of these girls as my life companion. When I drew near for my comfort I might lind myself lying on my back or dreadful thought my bones might bo broken by a simple hug. It was most impressive, so impressive •hat I couldn't help remembering (iftec. years ago when I visited Queen's Collet sports how different it was with the glrll in bloomers high jumping. Tre'e girls were a different brood altoiCihaf but they reminded me more < my vounger brother John than the tor. aer tex. It was a grand show, but I am glad mv daughter wasn't one of the horse jump ers. Snturday--Baxters Road still needs attention. It's full of people. 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Alt hough a School Certtsseatfl ihy con i nir wonderfully rrmunerat.vo salary of $40.00 pr month. During ::i ear of scri-vuecten' to maintaln s cert of dress. md dignity. I n| to keep %  %  salary of the TrinlS75.00 nth is the nnliatWa so poor thot Civil Servants have to work %  essss vears to reach the co-nrncm-in/ wlary of ihe Trlnldadian CM U Servant| me "Iml happen* to the Bar! n Civil Stream al ItJ years seivuv lie Has the as "t sai %  nirty-foui and n* probably endeavoured to uphold the religious obli %  : ^'ci 1>\ Uylng B) stamen ;* wtfe mrt one or two ihlldfen on—no. not ; %  ind i tgMJ ninn'h Not even :. bttfl iifty duiiiu i monOi in i. li th. The with .in ritual niiMi'it i %  rvle< get iTttLOO more beautifully descriptive word for the lower brsekel of the Local t Vks Solan S. ale— "The I^ngGovernment add a reasonably Grade." It i* far too long, inexhigh Cost of Living llonus to the Busably and uiscouragingly too present salaries of the Junior Ions. grade, to prevent a condition Although I .uit only slightu which may have already set In ItM retfsrs •>( Cm] from becoming worse. Servants, I an definitely interestONE INTERESTED he welfare of the communJune 1. 1951. i the lonseouent undermining of the whole stratum of Thr Scot* the Local Civil Service, through Ihe low salaries offered to youths To the Ediior. The AdrocOIe -iM !>. %  m impmiant posiSIR.—As one who has lived in H trust later), will do Scotland for sixteen months. M RWre harm \o the community me correct any erroneous Imilian double the salaries nt pre*pressions about the Scots won d ent paid could remedy. may have been created by the Ii will then be far too late f-i recent film "The Hasty Heart." Government to da anything. the $40.00 have found the Scots to-be the ol loda) will have ,m *' kliul nn more intensive. 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EVERYTHING WOULD TASTE NICER ^ IF U.K. HAD MORE SUGAR Conservative Tells House Of Commons LONDON, June 1 \ PLEA FOR MORE SUGAR on the ground that it would improve Britain's morale and result in higher production was made in the House of Commons today by Gerald Williams, Conserva tive. He said there was no doubt that the nation was still undernourished, though this was denied from the Government front bench "More sugar would make it easier for the house wife and this would lead to happier homes," he added "Everything would taste nicer v-hich have a great usychotogi I*fleet and temper* are thereby improved." Houtewives | n n ii constituency had complained that there were too many sweets in the shops and thai waa why they could not get enough sugarMr. Williams thought there plenty of sugar If Britain aimed to use the full production of the Empire. There was no shortage in the West and there had been an Empire surplus. He did not think that if morfl sugar wan available, it would cost ttw Government more in subsidies. He thought the housewife paid her own subsidy by paying five pence for sugar, but seven pence for sugar in manufactured goods. There was a total surplus of ,'t:* : ..rnni tons and he UstM what Government were going ti do with that. "If we cannot remove rationing the ration should be Increased. But it would be wiser to abolish It altogether" If rationing were abolished. output in industry would go up and It would help health and morale as well. F. T. Willey. Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry ol Food, replied that nothing would delight the Minister of Food more than tc be able to increase supplies of sugar People would like more sugar "We estimate that we shall receive during 1951. 2.226.000 tons n* i iiw wug.ir maete tip ef l.oae.000 tons of commonwealth sugar and 590,000 tons of raw sugar from our own beet crop. There may be other sugar available hut It would be dollar sugar. It is not a fact that there nre large surpluses of sugar going abegging." On the free market over the past three months the price of sugar had risen from 40 shillings a cwt to 56 shillings. In Ouernslanri disastrous floods had affected the sugar nop ind Britain would get 1.000.000 tons lean. They wouV also be offeeteri by drought which had similarly nffeetari #e crop in Fiji. To maintain throughout the year the 10-ounce ration with seven one pound bonuses which were given Inrt year. Britain needed 1.102,000 tons or lafuiarf sugar. Over and above that total manufacturing requirement wo IT 920.000 tons giving a total nf 2.22'.MKM) tons to meet preserrJ i 'ions and allocations. •'To provide this we need 2.274,000 tons raw sugar against estimated supplies of 2.226,000 lonC Willey said. "We should therefore be able comfortably to maintain our present position throughout 1951 but the prospect of derationing run hardly arise on these figures. —Reuter Reds Slow Down U.N. Offensive TOKYO. June I, Communist resistance to-day Slowed down the United Nations offensive in Korea but nagc on behalf of the Czech %  Mnt seivicc Fifty-nine year < Id Madame K vac, wife of the naval officer, ic.eived three years for having aided her husband. All defendanthad pleaded gu.ltr after n > % %  trial —Renter French Army headquarters •re said insurgents had crossed the Day River and occupied th. village Phuong Tuong 5 .nilca south west of Phuly. Another large concentration Vietnamh troops had encircled Dcngphunho 6 miles south of Ninhhinh. Planes dropped food and ammunition yesicrdiv to garrison of 500 to 1.000 Vietnanpartisan-. —Renter Jap Ship Reflnuted ine I. The Japanese freighter Balkan Maru which mi refloated yesterrunning aground 24 hours earlier in the River Plate ran aground again today. She is carrying a cargo of scrap iron for Buenos Aires from Y'Jcohama. —Heater U.N. Following Right Course Says Acheson WASHINGTON. June I. Secretary of Slate Dean Achewm denied today that he starter) the movement for the recall of Genet ii MacArthur or that the Supreme Commander's dismissal v is urged by American Allies. Acheson told the fltnate Invesltga"*>n C<"*nmlttoe he had never met MacArthur He learned thai he was to ba dismissed in a telephone call from President Truman he added. Acheson also said that the American State Department vetoed in 1940 the Defence Department's effort to send a military mivMin to Formosa. Answering a question on the war in Korea Aches n said th.il no one could predict when the fighting would end. Neither the Administration itor its critic* would purchase settlem. lowing the aggressors to profit by then wrongi he said. Netthtl believe, that destruction or unconditional sUrrendei Of the aggressor is necessa:^ H attain the goal," he added Acheson added that all the PreMdent's advisers bcllev that the course we are now fo'iowing gives us the best chance of stepping hostilities and ending aggression in Korea. Acheson said Truman's nnlit.nv advisers believed MacArthur's pr nosals for enlargement of the Korean war would not exercise a prompt and decisive effect in ending it. "There must be a measured ri.sk of general war with China, risk of Soviet intervention and World War Three as well as probably, the ifleet upon the solidarity of the free wcrld coalition." he said. The inquiry adjourned until tomorrow at 2 p.m. when Acheson will resume his evidence. —Reuter. Barbados Sells Canada 82,124,124 And Buys $433,468 In April THE VALUE of total imports into Barbados iu April 1951 was $3,857,831, according to the report of the Comptroller of Customs. Total exports were valued at $4,329,363. Bar bados exported produce valued at $2,124,124 to Canada and at $1,809,080 to the United Kingdom. Ii imported oi.K 1433.461 o( goods from Cn $l.98H.iM Mm th* United Klni Import! from UM United Kingdom wn cars ($IB0.I(J7); motortrucks ($53,712); II A a ($28,015). Machinery from the Uphold Spy Conviction MAJOR" LAMBERT former AT) c to His Excel leney the Oovauioi .-hock* up on flying fish, mm. turtle then, -conch'* l.tnp.. pottery, puntingsurl other Barbiti.au product* exhibited ID the Uin-ed Kingdom t thli year'British ladtutitea Pal.. Young Guianese Getfl Job lit Windwards I ram Oar (>• n IMtliM"'"! ('•RENADA. June 1.. Mr. Q. E Luck, former Assistant Master r.f the (licnuda BOYS' Secondary School and Acting A'sistaiil Chief Secretary nf the Windward Islands since 1949. has hern appointed to the newly created poet of Assistant Secretary of Finance anil Economics of the Windwards Luck will be a member of the Governor's Headquarters' stuff and will work under the Direction of the Financial Economic Adviser, Alistalr McLeod-Smith Twenty-nine years old. Luck is a British Guianese and was irtui-ated at Queen's College and theLondon University, holding: B.A.. B.Sc Economics and IX b. He has also passed the finals for and was called to the English Bar. He holds the Cambridge Certificate for teachers in education. Truman Appeals For Settlement Of Persian Oil Crisis LONDON, June I PRESIDENT TRUMAN to-day made n double barrelled attempt tr. settle the Persian oil crisis by sending personal messages to ihe Persian and British Prime Ministers calling for the opening ot negotiations His message tu Mohamii rrl Mosedd> a gh delivered in Teheran to-day by United Stales Ambassador Henry Prady Ibrndy declared that an "explosive*' situation exiitt in I ersia and urged the Government to begin disrussion with the British delegation. It *u conftnneri* in London* J-A—— %  %  Tin %  <" — i —I That United State, Amba**Hdoi . "•• Queen And Princess Visiting Belfast 3 Agree On £.">0m Yugoslav Aid Plan LONDON. June 1. United States, British and French officials m conference here, have new agreed in principle t> £30.000,000 economic aid to Yugoslavia it was disclosed today. Officials were understood to be now examining the possibility ol these percentages for individual contributions: United States 62). Britain 25 and France 12,. The contemplated accnomla a*ruatanee, will M la UM form of %  grant, not a loan. —Reuter ''" Want's message to Foreign Secretary Herbert Morrison today. Moseddegh railed an immediate fahinet meeting after receiving Truman's message He said he would Inform both Houses of I ai (lament about n tomorrow The message was sent in Tmniairs own initiative and nellhc the Rritiih nor American Amtjmsadnr knew it wa< coming Morrison lold lh< Hoi i tBOW I daw da) I ajb that Britain was willing to semi %  dg %  ], (tati'ii to Persia. While Moseddegh w^as discus%  In* the situaUon with the Cabinet today. 700 children arrWarl outside tlic building for a demonatraUoa It was announced In Tehemn today tli*t General Sli.ilil.jkhi' nas been recalled from his pen' lOom i or-Oanaral ol the South Pan iar M i province of Khuxl tan and Commander of the foroai In the south. Amir Alai. Minister for National Eomnmy who Is 1O head th* rte|eiition toflupanrlta taking over Of the Anglo-Iraninn O pany will manage affairs in the nt|l a new Oovcrtm! Lorry Driver* Return To Work LONDON. June 1 M.iii. of the 13.000 British long distance lorry drivers who haw been on strike since Monday, wer reluming to work today. The whole nationalised transport system was expected to be running at full strength again tomorrow following the vote to return p ass ed by the men's unofficial strike committee last night. The strike wag held U ;. protect against the inspection system started by the State-run road haulage aiacUtlva, Reuter. Oanaral is appointed. Iteuler British Ship Oit Way To The Persian Gull VAl.ETTA. June 1 Th.British Link Ian MeaaJna rrorn fleet is on her way to the Persian f;iiif ii v anted at ra A tank landing thip It a flat bottomed vena i of ;ibe.tii i.nnn tons with don \ which cnbies it u< run right up onto the beach ind HH.FAST. Northarn Ireland. JumI Tti'iiix.inri* i>l BOliai lined iReroute and two police can header the procession when Quaefl ElirJibeth und Princess Margaret drova in ap OJJCH car throiiKh Belfast U Tight security preraulion* were in tarca because Of threats from Irish Nnl inns lists agitating; for Union of .ill helaml us .. ifpubllc. But i UK'' crowds lining th* treel %  iha ... gad her daughlei ;i warm wt'li'mir they ihe Farm and Factory Exhibition which Is Northarn irrfanf h g Knowi aglntoti m WmUiagii h'hihd havi i until the four days Royal visit is over. In Dublin, caplbil of the ftopuhU> • %  ( helnnd tc-day a black 1"*; flew from the headquarters ot Sinn Fein. Irian Nation..].. Or ganlsation with a large poster saying "The British ComiucrOi Still Rules. The Royal Visit ft g larnaa Jatfad —Keuier Breaks Into Princess'' Reeidence LONDON. June I An intruder broke into Princess Elisabeth's Umdon hORM Igal night and struck down ,< WOBMn hnapbofM eparatM potti. gancy "Flying Squad" cars am motor rule pettce wire throwi around fhe building. Clarenc. Ho I %  %  ThofTi mi ess had (usl i from (he Epsom races meeting at %  cm-ding b) the lajBCsan Dally Mall Thlelephmt* feaiw. abew 40. challenged the intruder whei >he found him in the iniddl. ,,i ..in.i ih.Mi oj Clan House naar the t.i., i hai ga ne ; ue ( | I iitfh feu door Police ajgruhgi' KM %  idol irj .-I when he broke m. —Keut'r Docktfrfl Advised (Ut Back to V • from about 800 to 1.200 munlciOWBI "no villages it controlled for live years in the strategic,Ily important of northern Italy —Keater %  ;erv,'-e n quirad pi %  on 11 Ipl The Hi r I experlcd to ..it on I hi* Bill next %  •. e*-k —Renter ii. BODIES OF 38 MINERS FOUND NTOTpN < OCNTY. Durham. June ie teams working gerous gas fumex and dust clouds had loday located 38 bodies of HI man entotnbad ir, Tuesday's pit explosion here. This lert 43 still missing 100 rgrdt undergiound. All hope of finding them alive had lieen %  Off il* a\ the ekplosion was ana ol iha worst in BrlUah miaa Reuler. Tha U upheld WASHINGTON, June I t of i] convle"l "i't*m ine espion.igii-onvie' %  on of J,, 111 ., but iclt the way open for a poaalbli B0 trial Miaa c.i| Ion i Mfparunenl rmploi i :'Mii The Appaahl Court lo-.lav conIrrnad hai aantenca of 40 munths HI 10 yearm hut diraetad furthei p to rind out ir her ronkwlirt hi i lawyei before %  II to iha Caurt .d Appeal* direct.•it lhal n new tral he ordered ... i F OCA errunanl rai idwfth il '< nt.on to aid a foreign powei i %  %  I %  i Valentin Ou'. I • encllieei wni 'iinvirte.1 of plotting to 1 15 vc.nV in that case Qubllchav had United N %  i Ruaala nkirce WXmunQTOH June i • Ts v, ,11 mf.irr llM Und' -ihe canIOI off< i iha proe. t...i United Nation tcurliy force ai pranni ivallabta / .n, Had up u> Korea %  nd Ufaetan irope, ofl%  I''.. i Warren luttll % %  %  Bl .'• % %  %  %  unltad rVatiot i I in.ike Hie n plv %  M meml n roi Indli afion ol the irength and size ol militai rar< %  : oflet, Ihil he is expected to %  mat the United SlateCoverui review tinproblem liter to decide whiit specific Ansarkan mflllary unlti .inii.t IH* rantributad to United Nations forcaa —Renter. K wa-. value-) .' $128.7"<. %  %  %  ... tha u t i Anaffaa rrcm Ihe Umteil Kinri iciad 91SI.M1 %  piece good., compared with only 111,443 hrcan Canada riad th United Klngdxan nipplied furthei $120,115 of othei .'..it.i'i nuuturacturea as compared with only $7,111 from other Countries The United Kingdom il Barbados $l06.3.'n arorth and $75.(11] all liUl piece K.-KI:.. Paints and United Kingdom imported into Barbados in April were valued il $83,789: inni Canada $4/un Aftei the United Klngtl %  l ume of IpOl • .one (r um T midnd i$^.483i United States II IN) Batfftun I>U.MI llolhitni iiTuguay (l|f),0fH5j llnti-h Out. ana ($111,4321 and Argentine (lltMM). %  Unatlun il Bar! -jpoils after Canada United Kingdom tries ($62,000) Uuminica iaSl.HBt. Trinidad i in < $32.5431 St. Lucia (RH Bahamas l$2V.I!iW) SI. Kitts Navhl $27,349) Major impoit fron • tnad i .i Flour itna.iirtni sh tngla ism;! HII.'I Salted Pork M ln.'d Kl-Jl ($4r..l)75 and Caniu I ..h |S40.B3). Mapn •xporl* 1 1'imnii.i n< Uark Crystal Augar (tJ4Uau> and Fancy MnlaTruman Signs Defence Hill VfAflHINOTOM J i I . ifi.442.0BH.lNii) appiopiuiiuu i,.ii. moal 'II. uhad foi national defei Is $40,900.01)0 leas than he sought ii Ira i too (.ii tie \'.nii'i I nmj u —Reuter THE •ADVOCATE 1 oaya for NEWS DIAL 3115 Day or Night Hef|uesl Shelved LONDON. June I. Th.Anglo-Iranian 0 ,iiny raauaal to th.n %  .• Hag %  to aver the dispute witli pt p en %  halt %  iha i ouit as a| rimilai spplii atloi has been' l BOl inteiprete.. Uon of tin appeal to ihe COUfl %  Uator —Reuier KING GEORGE LONDON. Jure I The King hai developed inflammation of the lung it was off)"Lilly %  jutouacad (ram Buckinghagfl I'.tlace to-day. A bulletin signed by four doc %  tha King hag been confln••ii to ins room foi the | with an attack of influen/a ratarrbal laflaaunaUoii in ihe lung but the constitutional dl luraanca U slwht.*—Cri Whenever you want a cigaretterememberIt's the TOBACCO that counts Persia Will Settle — Mexican Way NEW YORK. June 1. A New York Columnist said today that Persia had offered to .settle the oil dispute arlth Britain on lines of the agreement between the United St..* Mexico. Robert Allen syndicated columnist for Ihe Ne% Yorn Fa*,i -said that the offer was marie secretly through Unit, diplomatic bhanj The C\ strongly


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I'M. I TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE %  .ATITtll W II M QaJuh tfaUUwi Norwegian Tenor B.B.C. Radio Programme C to hra> iht ..; M C P %  v. K ; %  %  0 k %  %  tan Routine Visit S IR GEU1U.E SEEL. Head or ; :*IA. foi . i %  '.I I ', \-i\. 11. ..., tit Honduita ..m;.i IBd Tiimdad. reirtaadoa in aboif three weeks lime Also orT lo Jjriidica yesterday \ %  .' ei lo c.r> and (V II* ft en route to B attend a meeting Ha ll fatpM I I proxl weeks. To-nifht L ISTENERS U Hi. BBC proRrani: a ll 7.15 wlli 1* able tn hi n .t prafhWUM foi the West Indies on the 25 or 31 metre band. Included MI ihi programme is %  recording made the Rnint (ihortlj M left LondOD !>>r Hie West letaila ii tin new nrt I"Hrun-> wbicli hi ensu land % Terminals Urn has p. gross tonnage of 4,000 ton: twelve |>asscngers This is her maiden voy.. is due to arrivt in Barbados. June lOlh. Girl Guides Fair T^HE (.IHL GUIDES of Bar1 bade, and Ibttr helpers ha-c ig ready for a grand time their Fair at rUl Hall. It begins at 3 o'clock and lasts until 10 p.m. TakingAdvantage i if West Indian* uc taking advantage of f w I.A.'S Family Travel Plan, of J OHN OTNfcS. Ihirly-onc-ywN .-!<<' Hi Betv in yesterduy I >ia Trinidad. heason tor his visit'' He has BATVBDAV. wm i IHI come over to see some frier-ds ha " %  --"" a %  made in Venezuela who are at K t m ,-„.•. r>wswit l u Barbados, before going Tt~ Mewa, > IO am N-, A._ % % %  Buenos Aires for ll %  : CRCSSW OitD INbill T SO a.nv FT !" .* IN %  BOB %  Of medium height, blonde hair ,JT %  .' %  and blue •%  yet. it was hardly am c*ionui Qua**ion. fas M Norway. Jonn has lietn wotKi'ig pimrMiun* r-..->*.. soo p nig there 1B *' %  • %  > % South Air Ira*. i pn, t 1M6 and HMT. A Jf''^' , „ For the past five yean he WMjr,., .ni ,r a m. been UMirini South Arnertea. Tie tw-im % %  — *. i it %  has also given concert;, m Euroj*-. %  —— -,,,N. -Berlin. Vienna. Franre. Italj— Al ^M..1 IT ipo.il? iC !" T> B B j i J i \ 1 i__i J — — r* U 1 >" r %  IT STOW \\V alffl afTOej lr TII Went Afriri were found hidden m . cargo ship und were put ashore at Durban. Thev thought they were on a ship bound for the U.K., %  I Mid, after two weeks m prison ihey would be allowed to Stay and draw relief money Indefinitely. II If BAMS, r iti. n immigram from Lancashire rccen: Brivl UM by driving a :!.d3 ii h p. c.n throtig Algeria. Tunisia. Tripolitam;.. Cyrenaiea. EgJ'pt. JoTd.^ nun and India His only road trouble: one puncture. til r d-ibtui together with other artiste-. He ,,. ,. has ueifoi-med in seventeen cou-i•> %  trie* WETtM Mr. Otncs rid lea Beach no performane holiday. I 1....!,. %  H %  %  Kand* M'. W. %  Jft r t- BdK Th4lt*. %  p m. I la staying at the ParJ2rltla>: 'ni P p \. V* J *"T J-t'.' > •!i t'lub. He will give m v % % %  •• r*iihiuiiy "" feWReturning To-morrow M", i IUT rtot.i G. H ADAMS. Leader of f House of Assembly w>io Thursday by B.W.I A m ttigua via Trinidad is due to lurn to Barbados to-morr ev Incidental Intelligence A BANK is a place where %  husband makes due allowance for his wife's shortages.— A ST OH -f THE irgc TO-MnilT TO SIVDAV M G.M. ITfWlll. : "TWO WKKKS WITH LOVE" JANF POWFJ.I. 10 Sonf HII* llon't HU II SAT. END mDNKHR -I Mary Low Robert LOWTV and %  STREET* OF GHOST TOWN' — C'hirlo* SUtrioU JOAN und Sheila Lev tbrse month'holiday St. Vincent Air Service W ING COMDK. L. A. EggleL field, Uirc-clor General of IVf' S ^ id Sheila 1-ewis ll Aviation in this area, left on %  %  *** daughters of Mr. and Mrs, Thursday afternoon for St. Vincent M. C. Lewis of Barbarew left J by B.G. Airways. There he will U-rday morning by B.V7.I.A. for operations of the St. Antigua. They are on their way to 1 "*' '"'ing Vinctnl Air Service with the AdNorth America on three months" %  say morn,„,.,.. ..,-.. { n,^ ill then be going holiday. They will spend two ere children accomto xrinirfa^ to attend the annual weeks m New York and two and .. OnmH. | ., Caribbean half months in various ports of Not Returning Hutru.; 9 %  He Canada. i return to Barbado! For Barbados Holiday Other passengers leaving for Antigiui were Mrs. Joacphlne Astaphan and son George and Mr Norman Marshall of the Singer Sewing Machine Company. V m SARGEANT who nexpeeti turned from Canada on June 5 Thuradaj 1 will not i-> rcturninr to i i :>•. He has gradfrom McGill with the P. Se. in Agriculture. He Vf'S FKANK FULLM tnd on June Uth for %  %  % *four chiUin I where he will be workTrinidad yesterday by H W.I.A.. in pennanentty. to spend just over a month's holir.,,. r .; i,-, day In Barbados. v-overea rvreeiing Mn ruiicrsTTmsbend. who is Annual Ball, which th HfcCTOR BERNARD ol ,|,e eni-im. r oT M . 1 Qht be held at the Paradise the Jamaica Gleaner h< Aeroplane Club, is expe* 00 July 21st, are covered the Caribbcnn Regional arrive i • tC |mn them swing, i deeflng tor his paper r,„ lr „holiday. The Nina will be moored ott left veettrdaj bj K W I A tor Thej are Btajing It Battery shore and special entertainm;'n via Trinidad. House, St. Lawrence. will take place on board her. M Nina in Action BMBBtSol the Polo Club id. Thai pla M' 1 for the Beach i full TUB ABVENTfJHES GLOBE TO-DAY 5 & 8.15 p.m. & Continuing Daily j; W^ L in snort w tiflf. 1 Pnl difference. H i, Teaa tor %  cnansr. in t HM ni>. hi till*. "> ."„, a rC£ttt3 wTsja at att* 13. B0On ittter from U> *" tnas pisasorti* 1 ... I*, fon oouiamsge it tira. i ia you must nays heard th co iseiloD of caitle. %  . II where you !" ?. u ,n in is Bu^toraafttairieatewTia; | feW.*W ^:aVttUiV 3 uoctor"" morning dose ? 1*1 %  ssgsj I aaa *2* Across. A D s o r t> i n 6. *• precede br,to our seat*. <" R Put (ln!h lo smill accounts, ibi llAfter th reaper how 'ear* %  uupesra. <1l is. RnterUtnmeni. rot ;,i mi'.r oonrtaa iii 3t" WI I e ,.imo l x.fe-. l iro.lf.ft..(4 sotuiica r w#t.ra7 PS^ •r*JItr DEAD MADRID. Cartagena's streets one day tftrlf week were covered wilh dead and dying birds Buses were hours late in snrting while special squad* cleared away 100 tons of wet feathers. It is belie\ed th.it th-" constant and violent now sweeping Spain, must have caught and destroyed migratinu flocks. WKLL HIT DAR-KS-SALAAM. A 10-munth-old baby henge m the Eastern Province ol Tangw %  '* % % %  i hi i>ottie oui of his pram The bottle landed %  the n. ;.(i i.f %  snaki arid killed n. It was a doatlly illa.k Mamba anrt %  hug toward* tn' [i •' %  iwT*nmi i? moth: t ^ITfenitfirii j'Ac'rou: L b. Lom: 1 %  streaaasj AOI'ATK I.I II < l.\K!MA ;Mt S.Only) MAIINtl IUUAI al S IMS.. -i M ni Mnv TMimutnu si sat %  WONNE ! %  i AH:.'' HOW ia %  fAUiiiv JAM UfO GIRL GUIDES FAIR will be held | TO-DAY (DIAL 2310) X pr.riAL — i HIS Westerns SUNSET PASS "RIDKRS of thr RA tin. H.ll .m. •' • THEATRE %  %  ..%#.,% ssaUDOETOWN TOIMV 1 13 Ml p.a, • %  l.nlinumi 11.il. Pai.>tf>unl Prr^iil. X prss] .MjrMVItltAV % S'GE" iKKO HoiliM' Barbara STAMV (*CK runs % %  .-.* ASV.',. FNCAGIMFM V CAPTAIN CHINA" 1 Ii.. I'.., ,,|| %  .„ %  )! IHi; SOON 1 li.l K ill t IOIIAV a TOMORROW .\ 1 S-SS p %  ) Nr* Mi.norm AeUan SpveiaK "AMAZON QUEST" taiB Nrl ..,.!.M.ih. %  %  Thr N*w Falcnn In M1DN1TE TONITE •REVENur. •! Ik* ZOMBIES" John CARKAniNE A -UARKEU I'M" Hoot U1USON llob STEELS 4. A IE TV THE GARDEN — ST. JAMtS TODAY A TOMORROW ... „, Mai. SIN. — S ,. „, licr %  Jamrm < •( %  ouhts v about .i 111 be settled it. It is he who ngg, "What onring the lecurlty Police rocket, and he not a purchase." said ... If the Sabbath-breakbeen for a miifon ... tpamphlet by Royle. -is con. Ing upl: ni Wl, dd by the puce of that pufl M Uu rlrst vtalior to the TW, ,i called MoflWge'i Law of etlS-turn Wrestling, of course. H hould eount u hallet. or "public tasssaj | ?'!uctuatior. -f this miM-hance ll Acre /Ihf Ri>vkrt v E VBRY an la turned to the sky • nee, it is hoped. Mrs, Mulhulfch will i. n %  grateful world The vul sand-pit dug f"r the rccket'j read) at Wagghng Parva. BtnUarnui beUevea ihat I rnechanitai will probably return the rocket into the vcr> hole whence It set mil Prrfc-ssor (iack wynde. on Iho other ham • the percusslon... ,.,.. incv of | -fiur furI %  %  %  .'.. n|d down on top of the foodM'i4k-pudriing Cross" Of 1 • rorltet is so c ike tin full force of Its landing on its valvular bdellium shock-absorbers Nothing will be heard but a whoosh as the norzle nu nu H into IhegpeclaUy prepared sand . (Was that a flash seventy miles up) From Leading \rtivlr WHILE it would bo absurd ..j exppj If] ;itou aril! return safely, and that her account of what :d Al ru.h in %  nth Mr. Bet %o that he lui io bem juin. I i the rurh ot a WaAJaa Tre. thai brooghr me h< "I'll icU y*u whit I me gei it oil von cat awn riidgjli. | The Drill HaU under the Distinguished Patronage of His Excellency the Governor and Lady S:ivage By Kind permission of th? CoininisM.iiu-i of Police THE POLICE BAND under Capt. Ralson. will be HI attendance There u>ill he . ATTRACTIVE STALLS MILK & SNACK BARS CAKES. SWEETS. TEAS & ICES AMUSEMENTS for voung and old Come Early and Stay Late ADMISSION : Adult* Children ,\ Nurses i.uul.s and Scouts in l nlfoi m u.. !" FRANCOISE R0SAY JESSICA TANDY ROSUT uam* mi.wiui4H DirrroLg.. ,.^-.7^. I Short "HOT AIR ACES" Iti-ni/fli/ tisil MOIH.W iMliful h'lohr Club '•i.-ufation i Miami to 1 pood food Music, Dancing Entertainment throughout the night Dial 4000 lor reservations Ticket* for Ihc BICYCLE RAFFLE will be on sale. EMPIIIE To-day 4.45 and 8.30 and Continul.iR Columbia Pictures presents Joan CRAWFORD Wendell COREY in . "HARRIET CRMC" — with — with Lucille WATSON and Allyn JOSLYN HOW To-day to Tuesda>. I 45 and 8 15 Republic Pictures Presents 'Tin: iVEmtCXS" • • Starring • John Carroll — Ade1<< Itari Mona Maris and Roberto Airaldi. HOVAI -To-day and To-morrou 4 3 and S 15 Columbia Big Double — MASON and Joan BENNETT In . • TIIK RECKLESS WOUB/T" AND "CARGO m CAPETOWN • • Starring • • Brorierick CHAWFORD and Ellen DREW OLYMPIC To-day to Monday. 4.30 and i Doub l a— Walter BRENNAN and Vmcenl PRICE in . "CVRTAIX CALL AT CACTUS CSSBC" AND •/ WAS A SHOPLIFTER Starring Scott Ui(ADY and Mona FREEMAN I: M v i II i: xow 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. and Continuing w'll lull. .1 an yoaIf I It I I Ol It m m MEN'S SHIRTS at _S3.55 & $390, S4.84. $4.86 MEWS STRIPED PYJAMAS $5.59, $6.08 GREY WORSTED FLANNEL 56 inches $3.47 KHAKI SHIRTING 28 inches OLIVE & PALMS SOAP $1.08 11c. EV/WS & WHUFJELDS DIAL 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 WEDDING GIFT I VSUSWi. OXE Seetet trom our wide range of . 0AKI FORKS TEA SPOONS rm IT SPOONS I'.l l I i i: DISHES niSCl'IT BARRELS C\RVINC> SETS M.HIKK KI I II.KS ELECTRIC TOASTERS BOILING STOVES 3ggr rbere K no FArkillc l'i m when > gsj shop with uv THE II S.ICI1 UM CO-OPERATIVE COTTON I AllOin LTD. Hardware Department Tel. No. 2039 uiefr C&x*}?s 3&& ^ Here is a strange and exciting woman, at war with everything and everyone who stood in her way. 0/,e erf t& $> ffett &*<****


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PAGE RIGHT ItARIIAIHIS ADVOCATE SATl-RKAY. JUNE .' 1*51 Neasham Belle Wins Oaks (town VIKNON MOBOAN) EP30M DOWNS June l MAJOR LIONEL HOLLIDAY'S FILLY Nen*Jiam Bt-llc to-day scored an easy Win in the 173rd running of the Otkft, the fillips' classic, thouph Mailing a rank outsider, al S3 to 1 V>irtm llelle rMoVn by St.v Clarion. Mill to II"ironing Tattenham corner a (our length victory ora I laaaaai Craefcer. a 10 to 1 r>.> l! e joint S to 1 favourite Heniy Tuflon'g Belle Of All two lenih* further away third of the 16 Ui u i A *mart crowd In glorious JSUI^%  •.i %  %  %  n.%  if)er*d filly to Neereo oul of Ffcuwe. run aw. v from her more funrk-d rivals In %  am for her Yor!t*hire owner the record Oak* prize of over £ 1*000. She wii the Ural outsider to Win this one. and a half mile fillies rlawlc fir 15 years, and gave young Clayton his first clauii? nidustiv U spending 500 million success, dollar* ( £ 17B million) —vastly .Belle Of All. the winner or the lecord — on recreation pro'>ne Thousand C.uineas. and grammes which cover everyhitherto unbeaten, w.s always %  hing from baaethill and bowling prominent though unable to Hud %  lo chess tournament, and momfinishing hurst lo catch the %  MM Christinn parties lenders. Nonof th. 20.000 nnn, Mch %  "" """ w *' M ivxir out the dollarfor Cun liegrudgr them. Edmund explains "What u worker deleaves the factory ha* a strong I earmg on the way he does his Job next day. HOW Mil ATI AVIM THEY PLA Y TO WORK BETTER By Ft. M. MactOLL NEW YORK American Rig gtualnaai long ago decided that it Is Good Business to keep the cmplovee happ>. And this year. sayW. H. Edmund, i ii rp.i'njii director of a tiuge tyre and rubber concern. minutes by Chlaese Cracker bill In the race itself he finished gtronctji lo lake second place of £1.710. Neasham Belle •. D ll lb*ul to George Brooke at New Market. covered the mile and a hnlf in two ciinutes forty-one and one-fill moans, —Reyter Two Chances For. Huiinister To Hun 'A man who plays baseball in the evening will he able to turn in a better day*! work than lh nan who kills his time in a tavern" 1AST YEAR, when he ! %  tattling Ruasta'l Malik at UNO. Kir Gladwyn Jebb was the hero of millions i4 Americans who %  • %  watched him breathlessly on TV. f || a | 1-JUiniltr NlM But now Jebb himself voiced a growing trend among UNO men who think that the goings-en may I* nver-piiblicis' Too much microphone and TV "eye," aayg tab, And now Dr. Grayston Kirk, vice-president of Columbia Uni varsity. LONDON. If Roger Bannister i" go"K '" do that four-minute mile it may b*J
    %  H dium. Oslo, on June 19-20. and says UNO hi being ham"st"rung ,: '"I 1 *** %  •">* mnl on ,np bv publicity 300-metre track at Milan. A mile will be his distance in THE Sustain MacArthur ComOslo and the promoters nf UN mittee, headed by Mrs. Gloss Italian meeting will be wise If %  awards, of New Yoik. paid Wo lhvf lta|[e I mi | e handicap, be* the advantages of running ;; i longer track with fewer and mm STANLEY SMITH ('..'> one of the two Smith Brother", who two years ago "ailed a 2U ft. boat across the Atlantic, with Mr. Charles Violet, aboard tae "Nova Espero" in winch they will attempt another cros*ing of the Atlantic. The start will be made front the Fe.tll Pier at the Sooth Bank. London. Express. Government Missed The Bus dollars (£320) to hire Carnegie Halt for its first meeting. The nail holds 2,760 people. ThirtyDinc turned up. 1 America's population Is bound lg up in a way which has all the prophets hiding their heads. Jn 1950. soys Ihe Census Bureau, M increased by 3.. r i4B.00O to a total of 153.490.000 f> t-'rom Page 5 Much money was spent on ratiof) ball If! his view. Ihe ll to tlW community Wtff great as they could lie unti Hi i that I olii blai %  • % %  '. i more gradual bends, are obvioits. Irroad ,„ 1(l lip( .„. w „., the vouth ,n Europe last year. I mm. 48.7 „f the country to whlih three—and don't forget this Hi/let „,. >:iill t|l lt v : ,„., ,.„, ,!,,.. Stadium track is very fast, it is the trie-11v gave rise lo question-, one Ofl wthlfh Ihe European which wm uppermotl bl Ihi' i hampionships were held In IMfl UlOUgflta of many. Tl;when Wooderson won the 5.000 on d tetiai of his oihmetres in 14 min. 8.6 sec nnd electricity and the GovernThe climate may not suit Banrwrnl should laka gtopg to brmj •lister so well in Italy bu1 (>* them lo tinpMBW, 110 matteMilan Irack is good. It wns there from what country the pipes, .hat the German Harbin sel his BQUlpnienf and raaehlni To top it off. his ttrst novel, w^d M0 metres record of I mln. "Trie Foundlmg.*' bU just up'16 sec. in 1839. pcarcU and looks like being a %  ^L K A i SINCE I wrote about the mimJ ry powers of New York's Carnal Spellman. his matt) frlendl hsve been telling n ei attainments. He baseball player, lirst-claas amateur boxer, and a member of hi college debating team. \ tion and he ven-l • v mat what they were %  i' they had mor P anility j i mongii the ten members of trwl Doctcra* Associ., had among the balari. %  id not go in 1 i out unf' rtunately that was brought |n. They had in Christ t hur-h two very ible members UM Mr. Uoddard, two men who had been rmy*t suc(CUful in private lives. Don't you thrnk they waihl be successful In looking after your interest in of Assembly* "I do" Mr Wilkinson said that the members of hil Party were noc %  i the House for perssnal reasons, ihev ware there for Barba-I 1| also told the people that tapiLiI and labour muat work I together. Labour could no more et on with Capital than Capital) a ilhnut labour. | lesenl government said had missed the bua when failed to encourage new tasBststrie*. They told ihe i representative of this parish that they had no intention whatsoever ..( oiiFLgmg in any measure to encourage Ihe building of more. hotels Mr. Wilkinson also said that he (iovemmont had again miased .hen thoy failed lo have i deep Water Harbour Scheme It waa feared in Barbados that %  cheme was in existence wiMld create hardship among the waterfront workers. rtlYPTOiJl'O-TX No JO PLZI-CN rx JSPMX %  I ,vpt Forr# M oaaiN aons Team cordially Basket llnll fans friends i-< their DAM'E TO-MKIIT at the Modern High Sehoo Roebuck Music by a popular Orel ltefre>hmenls i Sale. ADMISSION J/Theie will he Friges 2 6.51 li Hello Folks! Dreminded of TO-MGHTS DAME sponsored b> thg MIBSOI FI'DKNE and B MM CLAKK* AT QUEEN? HOUSE QUEEN'S PAHK Music by the ferc Green s Oreheslra Refreshments on Sale. ADMISSION X IBREATH! FREELY... ask for Ll XI H\ OII.KT SOAPS ISM M.aitl • %  IMII I POCKIT-HANOY Vi.k Inlvil,. %  ... %  no*, fact ituffy ftan cukj, a *titrt t cool, cku bttflhmg imunlh pbd with dUctiv. IMUI mr.1i 1 And Vn-ki InhalCT mle lo ICKS INHALER ScOdaUtd Roluins. Golf Cliampionslii|i WHEN 23-year-old Elenore Nelson left Minneapolis for Washington six months ago. she> Was guar;inieed coektstlli ever) C -noon by the bat> employing her—and "guaranteed" a husband, too. Now sh i< back in Minneapol; Ing that she got the cocktail hut That ihe many Washington men to whom she was Introduced | n ,. nrnadslone Ll were not "solid eno\igh." -4 E.S In conclusion he Mid that the cr,st of living was so high that tho Government would have to give serious cOnitdoreUOfl to an servants. teacher* and other Ooverrunenl entployeea and also tha removal of tuch tradi reatrlc* tions II iran hs^npaaing trade lines and 0l the gfflplOy*an nnd Oolf Championship workeri In Imilifi concen Countries In lh" THE COURTS PLAY ERDISTON TO-DAY LONDON, .lune Scotland retained ibi Women's xplamInternational f the Hon series of games which ended on Mr. E. C. <;oddard nid that the ks, Dorset, mBarnuioi Lrbotu Parts I d.iy. 'heir view, to Ihr puhln for the The Women's Op.-n O*mpioniu*\ numbei .1 raan and In doing ship shirts on Monday so. they had Bccuatd bli party of Scotland w'crc always favour'II the major nil of Uw island. His lies to win folh)wing Hun surParty hud MI Idly b> and illowed prising clean sweep by nine games Ihe challenge to go UUInrwtnd, to nil against Emtland yestenlay. but no longer weir they going to They beat Wales also yesterday > so. The Courts will engage a team by six games to three and to-day „" Thf !" )or problem lacing from Krrimton College in cricket won Iheir last match against Ir Barbados today is the rising cost match which will be played at land by five games to (our. " living which seems to OUtBtTlp F.rdislon College to-day. Play England. common h^.-is will start punctually nl 1.30 p.m. Scotland, finished second wltt The (.arts XI: L Sealy (Capt.l. alx to three win against Ireland K. Morris, A. Thorpe. F. Phillips, and nine lo zero against Wales. A. Daniel. E McLeod. (I Mill.i while Ireland, who beiit Wain 6 R. Kellman, EThompson. F. Tayto 3 before losing to loll ind and lor and It. Fltrgerald Scotland, were third and Wales ErtsBtan XI: C L. Cuffle> with three defeats last. (CapM. T. Blackmail. R. Knight Hr ""' f E. Weir. C Best, c Wat IO one co enl for th> th.it they had lo imi | TI it wa %  their pontroLu well u lha merchanta. They had Ui pay wool the *i ortti i Id get for their goods in world %  /•vet an exception to this and il had beei drawn to the ittention of the Oov* ernment on many occasions how the cost of living might be kept down. !t was thii* if they rould ivanunanl gra itor all : i %  | le able to buy from "I the U.S. any commodity thai WM iheaper rrotri thai %  OaWM ihjn from the sterling area. Mr. QoddsWd next touched on unemplo.vnienl. He said :hnl the Dovarnrnent wai mora than indtl not encouraging new iiii-iMi' into Hsrbados. Tin b.-iu>iUs lo be derived Irom the encourageiricnt of new India %  tries far out-weighed any disad%  M. CiHldanl then deall with the Hnici Aids Bill and what i it to tt*B i land and Christ Church particularly. Trinidad and Jamaica had already put such a bill on the Statute Book bill Bar" badoa w.is still thinking on these 'hings. M. J. II. Wilkinson llrst asked the f'--*U' tf) by a long wa) a may get for our sugar and inn-' dantaUy, ihe wages thai the sugar industry is able lo p;i%." he said. "The price of augjai agn before the hMptni laaaon begins and the InoraaM which hai ban for Iho past lew years ,i inattei to labour u catsitanl wheieas tiic uwraaai In prloci continue throughoui the yeai Al no Unto in the paal Bra faora, hi I the COal Of living not rs%  ibovf what uKroasc you maj have got for the enrrrnt year as int. LOYAL ; in MIII KOF THE STAXB Proudly l'r"sent their 1951 CARNIVAL M Ijl IINs PARK On THURSDAY Tlh nnd. SAfCUUAY 9lh June RHEUMATISM! ARTHRITIS! Their terrible pain Is often needless. DOI CIN, %  > Mm fyjM of treaimvnl. brings prompt relief In.: doa in aymptODH Of these dr-'id disrnses. Hut more! IMH.C1N plivxtoiogti'Hl action, parti, uhirlv in metnlxilie |" lii.h .ini MTV important factor .n the rheumatic itate. 'HUM ii •i,nto the coordinated action of a new combinotion of sci .. ling ingredients. ixn.ciN haabaaa tesiari thoroughly in hoapUahi and clinics, n i^ eeacrlpen by dndition may le improved. \ t DOLCIN tils very little, tiet il today • 100 prin-iou* tablillv ;lh • BOOKERS (Barhadoi) DRUG STORES LTD. Broad Street and ALPHA PHARMACY, Hastings FLANNELS GREY Ir light dark and medium shades. from $ 2.11 to $ 6.47 CREAM Priced per yard from $4.72 to $10.79 BLAZER CLOTH In Blue, Maroon and Green per yard-$3.13 & $4.85 Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10. 11, 12 fit 13 Broad Street ARE YOU BUILDING OR REPAIRING ? HV Offer New stocks of . • PORTLAND (I:M1:NT In 1M lb hag* • i-KRROC'KI-TI. rjpld-lurdening < KMENT • HIIITI SNOtVCKFTfc ( KMKNT • i: i i i il ui;. i:i l i i \]\-\ i |n 375 lb drum* • I UHIII tsHfSru-i (TMi:\T tin SOU. I'IPI in Hlfi.. 6ft. 4fL. lit.. 2 length* • KVI'RITF *in. BENDS HIMMiii• EVFRITE CORRl'CiATFD SHEETS In 10ft.. 9ft.. 8ft.. :fi 6ft lengthn. Phone 4267. WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD. now i in \ ini ult of the I on sugar latest SPORTS WINDOW n i B*I %  nxTvm | Theyll Do It Every T ime !*ABN£y CAME. UP THE HARD Wy. FROM THE UM JUN'!OR WAS BORM.HE SCI^AFED AHO S/VCO TO &VE THE LAO A CO^LtGZ EDUOSTOM lly Jimmy 1 l.il'o yES-MKU. BE RUNKJIMS TMG SJ5i;SS SOME Dlr-ANO I'LL SEE IO IT HE OETS rV" eoucATcvi r NEVER HAC WONT HAVE THE TOLP8M TIE I C-O. IF I CAM HEL= IT— ,' THERE'S NOIH.No UKE A ) <3X>1 ECUCATON. ^ I AMiYS SAyJ -VOELUJLNOR HAS FtKmED HIS 4-YEAR CO-JRSE. IN BuSiSESS ACKANISTRATIO'J — AHO MOW HE'S .M THE FIRM TO HELP POP-— f BUT, FW eW -OE-NS *0> WITH THE OLC LEnjE"? SySTEV' .ET ME %  INSTALL THE NEW .METHOOGHOeLACE la> OOV Vt> AHO WM VOUR NEW-, /BWSLE3 OMCKiW IDEAS (X)MH MY W^OAT.' I'VE BEEN THIS B JSINESS 30 YEARS! A1AVBE i I I CONT HAVE A COLLEfiE DEGREE V BLTT I C 'ADJA-E FROM THE N S-HOOL OF hUa "| Opening To-day & Continuing 4.45 & 8.15 Daily Indian thief Dazzling Spectacular, Brilliant THE (ARMVAI. RAND From Trinidad. Sway to the Hhythm of TrlnldiHl'i Lending Steel Bund beaten h> | am of experts. The 1951 Costume Champions from th* South will bun* ulnni slrnlfht from the llistory iks when staging (fat Bxecu tlon of tee*. Sti.iieht from the Bonantk Waal a DM UW wild ndlam UM] thiHanchers, and out of the Belfry Come the Bst< CONFIDENTIAL At "30 p.m. on "th. June. Quern's Park ill bo transformed Into a family land of Song and Colour. Don't Mtoi it. ADMISSION AdulU l' Children rj.n. All ; %  %  than June 4th so as to obtain* lights



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    Mil 111) W II SI | 1931 BARBADOS ADMX Ml PACK mini American Column : Houses Go Up And Costs Cul I r...,. i: M MactOLt NEW YORK The private enterprise nomebmlders of America are out 10 prove (he gloomy QovOBMnl lorecasters of Wusningion lust a* wronK i"* they can be. For Washington nffu mate* thnt b.-. restriction", and war Induced the belt thai the builders can do tins year will be 850,000 houses. Bui 350 o( the eVUMl gest builders have just ilnished a low-cost housing discussion down In Memphis. Trnnes.ee. %  nd IBM] estimate. The optlnUata ttmik thai thai will equal last yeer*i 1.400 00') new homes The man fay: "At least 1.000.000." They plan to bea| O controls iy building more cheap ly and la get %  and (jovntninoal rules against down pej n building to rent instead of to mfll WHAT i ns jargon ? It Is a nu the box oillce. And Howai hut one on Broadway, with hi newest film. "The Thing" AU about a ph.. i at the North Me, vegetable not human but prefers a diet of human b' MINERS get everything tliee dayi, pit-head bathA race horses for pit pome-: bulletin* on Rita Ha/worth down at coal 1 uc llatbour Log IN CARLISLE BAY m II... AKi-r UdriMmT. .U mn nr'. ( kk.l.n Iran* Ho-ul* vU T. i.art-! • r /-I.I Womt • tone dpt Pwitrton. from TnnnUd Mm M V Alhflbm.k 5 I .-> Trinidad. MTAH^Iils I i-rt II. .W I. ., i... itanHin. %  tih* bnwk. JK i"< htnMaa MM MI. (in lamed Engineer Six Steps To Curb Ihvlined Offer Inflation In L .S. O/ 7b/> V. N. Job ' the ' %  nil %  I-.*.votive walking one city Mock it ho con nilanoner, F. M. H possibly ride—even it it mCOIU %  Ol faith and resolution and he'l pi'T""' 1 "'* 'he Houge Hanking gftOt low of time. But for a naticm done )uM thnt, I'.ininiu.sthat price contrail ,if non-walkers, then Kraal ld 0nl> aggravate the mtlatercst In %  hoaS. Thro. %  -veretary-general In I !l h > %  tlfflhf producpeople attended thf I : •' fcr 'he United %  -'" %  a popular Price ahoe -how wl la DO lb* "'' claimed that the present orwr.cd In New Yort "'" %  *S ""T^T" to an enWage Board was encouraging am wiivi.is „,Kmn "' r '" r "' ** Zealand N< th rether than conis divorcing Charles Ramwalei lt ,,,,,,,,.,.,1 ,| ir mc „ un(1 fl)lt %  can bo inn. a milUonnire soft dniik undtr Hrigndier Hanson in the eontroUnd M %  I moiiufacturer. in West piilrr. i.„, war wnen n( w ,„, u, e n.So Maximum production; Beach. Florida At their glitterand bar and the Miii;.:. Mod Rnauctd Qovemnienl ing wedding some years bach U He auio hoidl thfl DJM "<*'• Rainwaters served only vatCT Field Marshal Viscount Mex..n:| Pt) as yen 10 uMb FOR VKARS as th* eOngMtion ,lor now Oovafliar-GeBWrnl Ol H"**"' v,l,h maintaining incennn Amen.. t* BWH Canada, said oiiee that the enlives to work and produce;" intolerable, everyone Ins b* urging everyone else to "get standard of military orujli which would probably -tand lo, i"M.,!nr vr*W curbs factor In the fnma attocned to the %  stimulation ol Na Zealand Division for its savings. Will \m<'ttni|it -ii -it I it > ii \< I For \\ orkors WK Mat-hintCaif Purif\ Water PASAOKNA. ( al ferniJ i., .. ...' % %  i % %  i %  whii i. The Leeward I meat has appointed the following 100 l(1 IMins ,H, m 20 mlnuti ve on n Committee hl %  ,| "'' lt hi IINU .,, the 1 the Workmen's compensation Act rtchm.M;. Known Rfl an S-Fi The Act inn Attorney General. ^^ (1| rMerfjpnCJ Wall Chairman; The Hon. A. Moody min j ii,,,, (he -" %  toarl <>li!MC. Finpl. % %  • %  by a hand pump. Antigua; /Mr. I.. hurt. Got Antigua to produce aafa drinking wan Trades & Labour Union. Workers' a hose attached to tatlve; -Mr. Ralph Vainer, place.1 Hi a Employers' Representative. St. is lhn pumped Into the machUl Klttl Mevla; The Hon. p. 1 whul hold Bradshaw. PnMdent of th. St. made ol coUotdal Kjtto-Nevli Ti 1 iA Ijboui mg iraeea <>t illvei ana Inaolub Union. Workers' RepreaanuUve; alkai contaci with Mr. R. W. OrlSlth, President of wale* this IK.W.'. tb. UonUen I Tr ALabour nlw nut aoUd oartlcie* and ki.l Union, workers' neproaentative, hnrmfui bacteria rne purine The meetings ..f the Cmmitt. %  drinking .* will be held In Antigua during hose oUtlel d June 5 to |1, 1951. Monks Will Work No-Man's land TH AVIV June 1 ka .in' to be at lo do urfani arork on grounds In the noirli-Jonlar ; nttei by th iM.,,i l -.i...-t..n Mixed Aeon N i %  .;, Tel-A1 root) ght in the line 1 .1, \ ,1 ill l! %  '.. jinn Israeli-Jordan anas paholi will proteel mani %  The Ural the A %  m nod eucM %  on the withdrawal 0) allegiHi h rdei riolattonj an %  U at bordat vini W 1 — %  enter New l.ovrlino^ For aou n MLHILIIE SHIP SimphBeauty Plan ***h (mi aMs otrfc Matonnflaap /•iv. UiiBZSl pv Pa km. niJ sh. 1 DOCTORS PROVED PAIMOLIVK AUTY RfSlRTS V I If ll Tteonfimal LATEX FOAM MATTRESS Fiscal policies to < %  • 1 tough" with rnotorUta who ignore parking laws They finally did so In Brooklyri where Miss Clara Gilmrr spent •aVeral hours ba jaj] foi irg. Bui because Miss c.ilmer is 81 everyone is now laying she w the wrong person to with. FANH'-itcviNC. vhlch started r l ie m-.hilie can IMpumped <• t.. to nimutenitnool ball 1 ei fed adth powdi 1 ll can till 1 |u. rl i.intaimr e\ei\ 10 onds when paanped ooenully battles in Italy and tin "Bull" M %  •-'•eloped mi;.' '.'. b HI Desert arnica ware followed in Field . „lth the Korean war and lingered Marshal Montgomerv's great l>atnelogatka. w on into this year, is now ovei ,|,. „, K l Alamein. and hlltl according to a nation-wide survey became standard DP the conducted Times %  %  N* York — Heuter. 6 NEWSPAPERMEN TO VISIT BRITAIN LONDON, leas II A trgt ntlne press I fly to Lendt 11 Aim OR June rt month's visit to Britain at lalion anks. She accused flable who l< 50 of uelty. They huve been married for 17 months.—Heater. 7/i Jet Aircraft Leewards Will Not Process Cation en often &<>\ bndg^.^ -.. i.i.t thai fomutloa ,' „ ... 3&W sA*tt recently would have UlVolved work M %  •u area with which he is closely m icjuirlng pervision of projecta in which ho "''• """ —Renter Liberuis Tank Motion On baaanttjwatofl Ambassador designate gitim wtll h>ld an o, !ui :in .1. ban Beldng rail Monhave taThe Colonial Productbofae I 11 U a.knowledged auth at the Imperial Institute in LonThese are highway and bud < %  don has ndvoWd the Oovenu rl gel worki iMiiriii; l*|,>| V tTSlOll ol the Leeward Islands to,once,ihouaing and fum deviiopmenl trate on the production ol See throughout the Middle I Island Cotum gport and on Han died the oiler the improvement of the itralna of carefully before reaching cotton in Antigua and N.-vi-.. eJHon. I am Aral ond rather than on establisbing a a New Zcalander willi a git*' Polk ROMS. fl • |n Smith II lian wl" %  1 !'.'. %  en 13 and 18, "• the \J"?ZL 0 lJZ U JZ a Z Picking pock.-ts The boyi Uad In these islands. try, he said. and that wu* of The lack of Mtihed pttaoniwl moat woight toward, the dlaton !" J^-T 0 ^? 1 to process the Leeward Islandnot to an.pt. greatly ati "ting on dumn, Sea Island cotton, would make though the offer wag for work the establishment of a plant imIn 11 wide a field, possible and too costly. H. ll aheody near the top ta Thf cost Of machinerv alone R, vemment cnelr.ceritig serva. fur spinnmv '" N, w Zealand, f"" 1 cannot nope Also, the probable local suppiv <.t for any great Increaea In nit, cotton would not lustifv a spini>'"— But %  doaan-t aaa LONDON. Six Lilteral menibir %  motion in the calling toe li.il enquiry into the administration of Bamangwato torrltOfg In BecbuanaJand. The motion stands in the nantee of clement Davti I othea i.it oral Hmbet %  LONDON. Ha] SI Britain's Chant ..1 All st.ifi Sli John B le aaoc gave a wdlni mg to-night of present Hi Wall gh %  Upon My In j*'i planes. But he addi that Britain now had air. raft 1 lining along widen agal 1 wout be the liest in the world Hg v.i 1 dlaaw attetaded bj Alt Chlel f.om tnan 1 T.HI at cra'e I •• tei.tn .mnivei a., of the House of flri| n |u ol BrltUjh lei nircn.lt :i tmpailt will take all our energy unr our guncenti b dea* 01 1 rep an* —Heater RATES OF EXCHANGE Earth Tremors Damage Four Italian Villages Chinese Troops Ready To Enter Tibet IIONO HUM*, nuUo nH ln-(l.i> 111." Rheumatism and Backache GoneinlWeek H^ti Kitf-cn With Ci*. and You'll Peal rtM Cy*-ll.r 1 ,.r |f ft f-.i.miv ,.," %  „ irg Pain*. DUn-.ii. ClrcUs 1 Appa1,lt, Puffy Atiblri. Burning. < >lmg Panagai, %  have finiMritllv l" Oat up Nljhli. 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