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The Barbados advocate
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THURSDAW, dé (19, 2952 i, PRICE : FIVE CENTS

Soviets Build-Up ——
Airforce Sirength

(By J. J. MEERAN)





"ESTABLISHED 1005

West Allies Must Stand! .

Firm Before Russians
















tae eeelinceerieesiiaeate, © asic emt tieaaniants eatin



siebiedinite nein a The shooting down of the
7 : ° Be jet fighters wes a vi a roheh oe :
Anthony Eden Tells| Big Drop ee ae
H QO ° N Realised In eis Yeas fae received interes re}
, spring reporting both the buildup of Soviel grout
ouse i Commons Stee sf Output j Mig a pin ta ea ihe ‘stenen ¢ up bf eifcle of
LONDON, June 18, Red airforce units deployed along the West's defensive

British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden to-day told] nyo pre nig wp eg aka
Commons that the West must siand firm before Soviet pin-|the backbone of United States de-
pricks in Berlin. He said “our responsibility is to retain|fence programme, is limping
firmly our rights and responsibilities in the face of =f on Wednesday on 12 per y

erimeter. j
Pe m oo are - Sources i close i
forth Atlan Pies Crgaahia-

N uf
jtion high ceccmamec do: Pacheco
U.N. Ask Proof the nce ae the ‘Buttic on
e Monday was parieularly sigotfi-
Of Cam Ss cant because it followed the
p Russian a h

jet ex on the 9 Air
e Fiance plane flying to Bertin last
Location |».

i Military spurces also did * not
tule out the possibility, in fact
ome of them weve almost ¢ tein,
that the Dakvta for \ the
atlacked Catalina w ing
might also have been pounced on







pinpricks. This we-have done with satisfaciory results.” Sy 784.000 tons, “Oniy’t o
“Tt is for us to be firm im the face or these pinpricks. |cent. of the mills are producine,
Labourite Arthur Henderson had asked Eden for a| Most of these have contracts with

Statement on the recent events in Berlin to which Eden re- independent unions while 650,000

plied with a brief account of the. banning of allied patrols | Philip Murray’s C.L.O. united

from the Autebahn betweer Berlin and West Germany stepl-workérs are striking.

and other western Soviets disputes in Berlin. Eden said

he thought the situation in Berlin was sat

it showed that Britain received scme :







PANMUNJOM, June. 18.
The Ualted Nations d:manded
‘he Communist to furnish proof
that camps holding allied prison-
, ers of war in North Korea are lo- |)... sn } '
sue : if sing? Everett ; : ae robes. ern oy * wer, |2Â¥ Russian fighters :anging over
ecadareens oat hae Neen ' A POLICEMAN takes eyittence after the motor car M 442 smashed the front whee! of the bicycle aoe ‘ae cae tare A Na. |the Baltic, Russians have always
. afts § r Na= Ihee. ay ‘iii i
$ tions demand was made in a note [Peer touchy about planes flying







Government is trying desper- |
ately to work out a programme |
for some steel plants to produce
materials vitally needed for mil-



factery because
tisfaction from



Russia by standing firm.

When Leftwing Labourite Sid- —————————-—__._____.
ney Silverman asked when Britain Cg made in conferences with com-| in a collision yesterday. le a ty i a Pil ll aie ee soe the Wawtie he is ;
would call a Conference of great Communists jpany and union spokesmen, +c arena ; ; handed to Communist officers at | PVEr ie Baltic, Reds have some of
powers including Communisi | ® three minute liaison meeting at |! Most important. Aarine
China and India to try to settle re The American Iron and Steel meen t ’ er vs SCO ee ihe truce site, bases and guided missiles test sta-
all matters threatening world Char ed W th Institute says that strikes so far} ? av ’ tions around its shores, Russians
peste i the al East, pees re- gS ] this year have resulted in a loss 9 The truce talks are temporarily |Were also carrying out naval man-
Pp that overnmen 1opes

. ; . We I recessed. The United Nations hon when the incident took

. fiote, signed by senior truce ace,
Royal Hunt Qup or n delegate Major General William} In both cases the Air France
e ? je K. Harrison said that air recon-|Plane and the Catalina, the un-
Successive Year's Fill haissance failed to bear out theJarmed western aircraft, were
‘ Red claim, yesterday that they have|jumped by MIG fighters which
vroperly marked all their campsfopened fire without warning,











of 5,500,000 tons of steel. It estim- “<

there will be an armistice in Sabota e ates the total will increase 262,000 | e
Korea followed by discussions on £ tons each day the strike continues. | Sweden Sends f


















fa political settlement in that cP.

country. BERLIN, June 18. Peer emeannnaien ' 3
They consider the most hopeful Informed sources said that the —

course to try to settle the Korean) East German State charged more Hai l Razes Stern Note
: s

question was first to prepare the|than 100 Communist officials with



way for a “settlement of other} cahotaging tl 1 S U eo t ASCOT, England, June 18, a prevent, nocidental air attacks ee ea sources mtd they doubted i
sa ‘sp Ss 1 Be : me) rey - fire VE sere oy th ite ations war plunes ssian ols whe at often: Penn

problems in the Far East.” He to ‘erties aparelieite, alenanda’ Wine 4 oviet JMION-* Queen Elizabeth II presided over her first yo eat ¥ . Eh 7 eat act without Raciite orders would |

told Silverman he was “not with- from the sealed off zone along a % », Race Meeting Tuesday but her horse finished 10th in a fle An allied note said four of the |have shot unless they were under

lout Bone that a solution would the East-West German border : STOCKHOLM, June 18,..] of 12: umps’ Numbers 2, 6, 9, 10 could | standard patrol orders that gave

eventuplly be found for. the) "Soc Berlin Socialists said the BORDEAUX, France, June 18. Sweden tonight replied the The young Queen wearing a dress of lavender brocaded | not be spotted ut ihe sites named |ihem authoriestinn tn dhodt ina

eet: th Kotes eene or East German government in an The violent haii storm which | Russian protest that a Catalir ' satin r in the first coach of the Royal procession which by Communists when they turned least certain cireumstances.

oe over prisoner lists and maps iast They. «nic Pn eh esres te
paraded @own the stretch. Then she went to the paddock! jiiuary 23. ‘The note added that} They said such orders would be

to watch the saddling of her colt Choir Boy 5 to 2 favourite | those camps “either do not exist.” ry wey bg? ieee, Satter
in the first race but Choir Boy never showed much interest}as announced or else Red truce }Patrel « defensive duties’—

st le a nissions to prevent” unauthorized”

; a Bik nich tins sor ! delegites have been misinformed a es * :

In the 74% furlong gallop Bnishing | rh hg grey own.| “bout the “adequacy” of markings see ee flying beyond a
PR APE Rint 2 an § : ‘ertain point.

ed by A. Hawkins and ridden by} ‘Today’s brief meeting was the] Military sources said Red alert

Federated Wl. sexs Richards won easily as 4 | only activity at the truce site. forders howeve apparently back-

Prim i effort to place the responsibility raged over Sauterne’s wine grow- plane flew over Soviet territory
Churchill ma ex into the for border’ clashes in which aes ing region for the second con-!#nd fired at a Russian aircraft on
Korean question when a Labour! &*S and villagers fought police with secutive day destroyed an es- Monday this week, :
member asked him if he would|®*eS and scythes, ordered an in- timated 80 per cent, of the winc! The Swedish reply which wast
call an immediate conference of | V@Stigation of Communist office crop according to the authorities believed to reject the Sovied
‘all United Nations taking part in holders in fifteen border areas Vineyards at Bomes, Sauternes, oe was handed over to the
Korean War to discuss the present; Where fierce battles raged. It was Preignac, Fargues and Langon all an Ambassador here,
situation. Mr, Churchill replied| believed that Communist officials reputed for their high quality] The reply it was believed also
“that this constant exchange of |#re facing certain ouster and per- vintages were the most affected} pressed fora Russian reply to





: 7 to 1 outsider, Flighty Frances,| aries yesterday declared another [Tired whe yer zealous Russie
5 r vith losses to wine growers} Sweden's own earlier protest ¢ . bargai basement filly which} spi Yester Seclared . ung ined when over zealous Russian
lew tween Governments|haps arrest. ST S58 WER na sain a = s - 9 |bargain bas yw three day recess to give Com-[ pilots shot at the wrong t 1e, Air
views Pt. are taking part in| The investigation of Communist running into many millions of seainet the Shooting down of the Have No Chance | tatted as a 20 fo 1 outsider won|munists “time to. thitk cee) at ne as Ce o € Ae
ection in Korea and a formal] Officials proceeded along with the Francs. bata . Sin on te ; yy Pimath Ee Re ae ° 4 [the big race of the day £2,500! ice more United Nations firm MIG’s do not ordinarily carry
conference does not seem neces-!arrests of villagers who opposed at is the third yes ie smeseasicn pene ay a ine mie ir a mesh With Dr. Malan ladded ($7,000) Ascot Stakes over stand against forelbly sending | telicate equipment which ty
” evacuation. that Santernes vineyards caoe on eens age ng r 7 2% miles, Crudwell was a fast- «Communist prisoners to the |e” RT :

. | ee i by storms. —W.P.|her territory and opened fire An n ‘ A S bach, | 20n-Communist prisoners to the} tandard on western planes.
an Dodds ask- East German Premier Otta badly damaged by s ey mrt e a 4 clocking second 1% lengths bach, Red side. eden ge r p Me asa
nd See eile Prod Minister |Grotewhol in a letter to the Soviet : informed source said here tonight BUSTAMANTE SAYS Vidi Vici was third another hal! Purthermor the ordinary



The Communists delivered a} ougcicn pi ; sue

: ‘ a. iussia pilot does not usually
Hichte Fe Shnolithass note of their own today HCCUSINE Finow as much about navigation,
ON, J fea, J 18, ignty rances, a four-year~lihe United Nations of delaying ind. just where he is at a certain
y out the}old by Le end of France out of} tyyco negotiations by calling reef '\"% ! a spiel’ onad ike rl i
e\a to the | Quick F vip the first Ally t-|cesses both of which took place ine | me as almost any pilot flying

«

| : that the Swedish reply was one

state how much longer we are zone protestant bishops admitted Of the Whdeh sharat . if
3 that > a is . - st § ply worded ex

liwa-wiiltt American Miehlevansted et ee! Prigomers Break © | chante oer ete ee

i i . tries,
te. Is it not a fact The East German News Service coun ia
Seas tathagthient of the truce} A.D.N. said on Monday that the F roms RedConirades In Washington, Secretary of

4

Gis owed Goitespondpiit) length behind,





feces stace since 1935. The tito ine a viet ith the West. Intelligence warn-

talks could result in this country }evacuation reports were “libellous 8 a Dan ot aatte oe a OI : cate Palitieal leader) Was Toay a Praline ety ite at are S dine tants rs vie cae (Sep pOR “em lett a
a I i ’ conference he deep Hockeayuwnt Dy Jariaica’s al le + one i te Ghia\-
an WwW rumours’ Grotewhol made ad- KOJE.ISLAND, Korea, June 1 ‘ The gentry turned out in all WU. ame with othe! reporty that raday
bein, ee ar oe dnelius that mission in.answer to the bishops’ ‘Three hundred and forty non-]4nd concerned the shooting Bustamante today, its splentoe. tor the occasion, Ax| eh halted.—U.P, installations in Eastern Burope are



; ‘ . down of the Swedish airplane b:
rs should be}protest against evacuation which Communist prisoners bolted from _ : :
ahi RE Pn Coereniil eerely the Bishops said violated human Red comrades during a breakup nig le giegon : Acheson’ termed
replied that it is not anpropriate |Tights and the East German con- of 5,600 eae Sompaund 66. “When asked to comment ‘the
+o discuss suth difficulties.—U.P. | stitution U.P. adh ore oy Bona’ thitien Secretary said he thought. the|{ndian Federation “a more delicate| as Flighty Frances pl oe ; Vid
Bi 1 Nene on guard duty with fixed|principal. comment had bee none,” The Commonwealth includes bought by. mire at $519) ayy . Bears Twins ig tae
No Atttenzpt To . bayonets shouted encouragement} made hy the Swedish Govern*|South Africa and they hate,| 180 Guineas (about $519).— No 1 dad Delegate
f ae Princess Margaret as nonCommunists flung their|"â„¢ent. He apparently referred to despise and loathe coloured people.) Qy). correspondent writes: For ROME, June 18, : eS

ve> ; 9 od as Z i i the official Swedish protest to ae ree : | Movie actresy Ingrid Bergman! twreas co Prey
Dislodge 45th Div. Sin 3 A t Part take Gus or oe sue: Russia. He said he felt. however.| Should the West Indies federate, Meio re nt ne vie nee birth to jane here: Wein W ill Gorte ¢ IP A Mec t
SEOUL, June 18 ww J foners displayed wounds apparent-|it would be appropriate for him {what chance would we have of trainer H. S, Persse won the|Bergman’s physiciun Dr, Picts ‘pieun it lk sas a
, . a m ‘ vr ore
Communists gave up their at- |

eceived in ¢ ent beating by|to say how deeply shocked and|pecoming full members of the “peor a re this after-|Nardone was called at 4.45 p.m cous ne SET
i Princess Margaret’ played ai temneraanigt "strong. am squads, roncerned fhe was by what he | British Commonwealth? No chance Pea wit ity wis Queen of|to rush to the International Hospi tTrinid ae ‘ fue ee ae
tempts nites states aon Divi- piano and sang for the guests of But the movement of prisoners to] termed this indefensible action. so Jong as Dr. Malan headed the Sheba followed last year’s victory;ial atop Rome’s Janiculain hill sae
Sindee sang s of

Bustamante said*that the state~| usual clothes on view ditew us being improved and air fields in

ent in the House of, C6mmons|/Much attention as the horses, e , general ave being modernized for
had made the question of West Some of the dresses cost as much| Ingrid Bergman fiscne te wen


















































. ile 7 : 3 —U.P. Price tover ant and» xz, a r ania ia, , a vited to representatives to
ion soldiers from three hills west|her sister Queen Elizabeth II, in five hundred-man yee rg ata er Toe ae of Val Dassa, oN hich Alties Wut? the actress now wife sf} Pondon this year for a course on
| a ghth Army head-| Windsor Castle Tuesday night otherwise was without incident, Pee Dt een ae ee ehouidl oe is a race whic S\Italian Director Roberto Rosselinif Partiamentars Govern ent tebe
| of Chorwon, Eig “ie 5 ttack |after attendine her first cocktail’ Altogether 56,000 of 80,000 Com- Korean Assembl in the House of Commons should'parety win, Queen of Sheba has been for three weeks. A ruh| vanged te the ent
| quarters said eee st ra oe or|party since the death of her Munist prisoners on Koje have MT: oe Ly bring up the point so that the'starting at 100 to seven began to | call was als» sent out for Rosselini Pavilamentary: «As sovtation for
| ae a aerate h Reds con- fathor King George VI jnow either been moved to small- Tt West, SiGan aang now Whare draw, away from those on the far members of the Colonial Legisla-
this morning a eee Ee iohtn i : ‘ er enclosures or their compounds Extends erm they stand. side and passed La Princesse two, Asked if the birth had been easy hisee, anid: Ghevereiuat theme
or ee Friends say she has a good searched for tunnels, weapons and ae iberty and 204 @ half furlongs out. ., (Professor Pietro Nardone said “sof goin the invitation ithe Covsene
Allied positions, voice and plays the piano “very Red propaganda, Almost 1,000 y Why should our liberty ang At the same time Abraham's 's0,” ‘The Rosseliniy were marrical 2° ofded the: notice avant
: oo % os have airman igni ependent | g ; \ : ment decided the notice was too
Meanwhile the Fifth Airforce} well.” She prefers popular turys prisoners have bolted for freedom} dignity as people be dept adent Star had passed Lady Sophia and |by proxy in Juarez, Mexico in|™ent deciied the notice was too
was grounded owing to bad/to classics.—U.P. during shifts —U.P. PUSAN, Korea, June 18, |¥4Pon the voice of one country in taken cormmand of those on the | May, 1950, after ‘Ingrid haa} ort and aa ai ae
weather. A, communique said» The National Assembly tem-|the Commonwealth? “I can see no stands side, obtained a divorce there from her} ronresontatives tee techie at
oud rom ; . t c f . cE so { ss * * hysician neat
cl mess moved down f 5a © s , porarily extended the terms of its soogels aes ateeticaiant Queen of. Sheba gtudivatly Went first husband Swedish physician] thoi; disposal,
Beaches a ee, Re eek a 1 ummons eetin chairman and twe vice chairmen |â„¢maimat os acant ersons or bway from dntne. on the far side | Peter Lindstrom, _Dr. Lindstrom. The course which will begin
Korean peninsula, é in a move to help solve ‘the South toe bene ving i ley the} and only Aristophanes went. in | subsequently ao mins wares on June 23 and end on July 10
issa ‘ : Korean political crisis, oe ee ' : | wedhuelh; diten oe " oe y man in California where the] will be ded by. representa-
e600 pm, (3.00 bm EDT) Of U N See it C eil einai \Soeere whan eonetis eae in \Mexican decree was not recognised} tives of the various Colonial Le
up . p.m. Panaila apace ak ee ul y ou n Supporters and opponents of - “s stat t follows) a storming 1s te run They fin-|and wag granted custody of their] islature 8, including members of
Sr are dune pag gto - . President Syngmar Rhee joined on eave Pt tion which! ished on opposite ‘sides of the | 13-year-old daughter Pia, the Jamaica, Bat bados and Wind-
45th Division troops captured the UNITED NATIONS, New York, June 18 is pens Toe Hinicky Keep indicated that seer wears i coaree Sy ie judge a Ka, erry’ Se taEr. tward Isl inds Legi latures, :

j y A ; ; ‘ 7 rte. . ~ ¥ sderation unti e; Queen of Sheba had wo SRI meng trmenananse ener ire rete
nthe army said that artillery The Soviet delegate Jackob A. Malik summoned mem-| Vice Chairmen Sir ong: Sane aatciat’ aepties Mia. uanpiets ly'a length from -Srunetto with | : ‘ |
shelling provided the only activity] bers of the United Nations Security Council to a 3.00 p.m,|and Cho Bong An in office, ponte | Aristoy hanes a length and a mais INGRID'S DAUGHTER GRADUATES |

; ; « in? . . ee ¥ t . d
along the battlefront. Reds had| ,D,T. session to-day to hear Russia’s germ warfare charges. The action enme shortly after away, third, ine 4 a
attacked like clockwork nies te Western delegates on the eleven-nation Council are expect-!sin Chung Kyun top © ranking } i eee ‘aor tea + ore | ; , 5 ;
vain attempts to recapture eq to s.t patiently through Malik’s argument before explod-| Korein employee of the United Le > Cost ll te Adsbatrurh ai bran, ced tacesen | : eo
pomreae : ve bs lasted | ing ft oe “big lie” propaganda . States embassy returned to his post LOU ostetto a jo pa ae oe mes
until about 3.00 a.m--U.P. : 5 i kt os i after being misting for 36 hours ‘ jaiceing damit’ vy
enn See era ee tre Pa ae As president of Council for} , oe Stame ys ° ad ‘down to six to one favourite but
Vine Malik called members to, He said he had been to “see my Fined $1350 | chee ShOtged 4a tha Sane, }
\their’ irst session since April 14 to| mother” but anti-Rhee assembly-
NEHRU GOES ON HIMALAYAN TREK aiacues the. remilin proposed de-|men said he hid out to avoid be- HOLLYWOOD, June 18. | Queen of Shébe was admirably
be o mend that all countries “accede to|ing arrested “for political activ- Film. comedian Lou Costello ridden by Frank Barrow whow
‘and ratify” the Geneva protocol|ity.”—-U.P. j paid a $150 fine Wednesday on a most important success to date
“9 cutlawing bacteriological warfare. j misdemeanor charge a few hours this is, She is a daughter of j
: . 4 | jafter his arrest for « driving fon Persian Gulf who ae lead’;
{ Malik’s motive in bringing up ° ° jautomobile on the wrong side of sire in the country to-day, erat
jthe Geneva protocol, ostensibly Six Killed At a highway. { The erence Cocagne
|was to embarrass the United , ° , ne aide ela * : g
States which signed the document Railway Station Officers said Costello alm Ost | se
but refused to ratifv it. President ; siruck a parked car near his

|Truman withdrew it from the TOKYO, June 18.
|Senate in 1947 because Russia Six persons were killed eng
pers ntly had violated its paper |cighty injured when an overheac + 4 : iy ij }

| pledges. [passage at Tokyo's Nippori Rail- Pa Gangsters Arrested
| Malik one of a few top Sovietjway Station collapsed under th¢ Seay
\diplomats escaping transfer in weight of a rush hour crowd | NEW YORK, Lv ec |
| Russia’s latest diplornatic shifts |throwing victims into the path of DADs GC ¥ Four young men who allegecly,
was expected to give â„¢ pre-e aay jan incoming electric train. | TPAD'S SUCAR CROP robbed five hotels ane eran up|
a detailed review of discredited! ‘Two girl students aud a nine- > , piigy ” NS |their $10,000 proceeds to bulid!
‘claims that United States troops teen vate old youth died immed- BELLOW EXPECTATIONS their courage, were arrested and|
| had waged germ warfare, Observ-|iately under ithe wheels of the

home and then almost ran into) A 4 }
en oncoming vehicle before he, “onsaticnal Hold-Up'

was halted, | t







confessed to the sensational cap-

‘ers here indicated they would no‘/¢rain when the motorman was yas i is uch anaiar nae ture holdup” ef Hytel Emerson
‘be surprised if Malik digressedjunable to stop in time. Thres PORT-CY-SPAIN, Juse 18. | last weelk. 7 :
from his germ warfare charge to! others died at the hospital, The official announcement is! Detectives said that three men



repeat Communist propaganda; The accident occurred during] thut the Sugar Menufacturers As-/|tonk part in the five-hour captura
line about alleged mistrejtmen: « morning eemmuter rush hour | gociation today said Trinidac’s: of Hmerson during which they ran





| of Red prisoners of war on Koje ‘he crowd was larger than usual|sugar crop just complcted fell far elevators, answered — telephone
Island. since a fire at thd next station had|shurt of expectations. ‘The total! calls and stripped guests and em-
Although a spokesman refused «disrupted the train service, production was 137358 tons,! ployees.

to discuss their plans for counter~} Nippori station master ig held | 25,000 tons below the estimate this} ,
attacking Malik's latest claims, by police for questioning. Local] year, The cause of the drop has! spree at the hotel was $2,300 1p

mbassador Ernest Gross repre- newspapers charged that the over-{becn attributed to heavy rain last| cash and jewellery. All four men
senting the United States said head wooden frame passage was in|year followed by a severe drought participated in the fuur other hotel
“we will weleome the opportun- a state of neglect and in a danger- thvoughout the grinding season robberies in the past few w ie
ity te show up again Soviet false- -ous condition —U.P. this year, P.
hoods.” Gross met yesterday with j — ~ aa

top delegates of Britain, France| e U S R : d H t W é
mit nesce Mieca im LO Die In U.S. Record Heat Wave

western powers would offer a}

resolution calling upon Russia to; NEW YORK, June 18 {humidity combined to make yes- | and lack of rain hurt chances for
permit impartial investigatign on | Sweltering New Yorkers wer¢|terday the most uncomfortable a good small grain crop, The
the spot of its germ warfare | nromised “slight” relief today} day of the year thus far for New weekly Federal Crop Report said
charges, Russia hag refused to do! from the record breaking heat! Yorkers. The temperature reach- the small grain situation was “be-

Their haul for the spectacular






























#0. j wave of the year thit had en-) ed 91 degrees Fahrenheit. coming critical.”
Western powers also might fol-} culfed the entire coast. The death toll across the United A second new cold spon 4 aes ff ra
low the lead of the United States] A cool Canadian air mass which| States from the heat wave reach-|reported today over the great hae hares aa ;
Secretary of State Acheson who|brought weleome though not) ed 19. plains area and moving eastward CENTER OF A BITTER custopyY BATTLE, Pla uae ats ee 6 ee
" jhas called Russia's g 1 warfare | spectacular relief to the Midwest In Kansas and Minnesota crop | Unles this new front dise witb her father, Dr. Peter Lindstrom, after & te ia. ae ERS f a

ON A VISIT TO GANGTOK, capital of the state of Sikkim, India’s Prime propaganda an international } yester crept slowly forecasters reported farm-| persed by hot,air coming from thorne Junior High Schoo) in Beverly es Ww be > :
Minister Jawaharlal Nehru rides a weary-looking horse across a crime. A formal charge could be}j* «' Pacte-n section of the Ur lands in fine shape for harvest! Texas it was expected ito ald in strong resemblance to her actress mother, Ingric ee oo
15,000-foot Himalayan pass, on the Tibet-Sikkim border. He made the | brought against the Soviet Union States today. '' except for late wheat. The uid | relieving conditions A nroughou to make the commencement address, (International Soundphe
trip over the Gangtok-Nathuia road, the main trade raute to Tibet. on this basis.—U.P, 4 Mecora oreaking he:t and’ in the Dakotas that the heat wave 'the stricken arca.—U.P.







PAGE TWO



"Canis Calling

D*....

LEONARD

ier

HUTSON,

Veter}



Officer of ewsra Island
cua i Mm AMUgua, 6 aw
t Barbados for _ short stay prior
© leaving for Trinidad to take up
. ¥ appointment Dewy
iculture (Animal



tson arrived here earlier
by B.W.LA,, ir
and is staying with his
relatives at “Bracebridge”, Fifti
Ave., Belleville.
A Daughter
XO? YGRATULATIONS to Mr
and Mcs, Samuel Gibbons on
Pa ds ughter on Thurs-
i June, Mother and babe
Oing fine. Mr. and Mrs.
also celebrated thelr sixth
annivermry on the 12th







weddiire

of June. ‘
O.C. Re.wnion

fT EXHE Queen's College old girls

held their Annual Reunion on
Wednesday afternoon. Before the
Meeting they were entertained to




a game of netball between “Past” and “Present” girls, T::e
present day girls won,

Later in the afternoon Mrs.
Randell, the Headmistress, was
i sduced to the girls by Miss
Eleancr Nurse, Acting Vice-
President in the absence of Mrs.
G. KH. Adams. Mrs. Randall we

made President of the Association
and the Committee was chosen io
erve for the ensuing year,

Members were asked to cn-
curege the Old girls of the
school to jein the Association.

The next meeting will be held on

Thursday 24th July, at 4.39 pin
On Holiday

N ISS HAZEL BONADIE, a

+ clerk employed with Mesers.

Lane and Banfield, dry goeds

merchants

Vincent, arrived

of Kingstown, St.
on Monday by
the Cacique del Cartbe for a
holiday, She expects to be here
for two weeks staying at Indramer
Guest House, Worthing.
Aiso holidaying here as a guest
at Indramer is Miss Muriel Sealy

of Trinidad who arrived last week
by. B.W.LA., and is staying for
1TEO weeks,
After a Month
R. FRED EASTMOND, a
Barbadian, resident in the
US.A., returned to New York on

Monday by B.W.1.A,, via Puerto
Rico after spending a month’s
holiday staying with Mrs. K.
Alleyne at Dalkeith Road,

He is a civil servant attached
to the State Insurance Depsart-
ment in New York.

Back From U.S.A.
‘(MONG the passengers return-
ing home on Monday from
the U.S.A., via Puerio Rico were
Mrs, Annie Parris of Lion Castle,
St. Thomas and Mrs, Edith Stan-
ton, mother of Mrs. D. V, Scott
of Sherbourne,” Two Mile Hill,
Spent Holiday
Me AND MRS HAROLD COLE
‘and _ their daughter fram
Trinidad returned ‘home on Mon-

by B.W.LA., after spending aa routine visit and is staying at Monda

holiday.

WOMEN IN THE NEWS—10

In the Swim



BLONDE Marilyn Monroe, who has
beem recently linked romantically
with Joe DiMaggio, prepares to
cool off at a pool in Hollywood.
Marilyn displays here some of the
charms that have prompted film
folk to call her the most exciting
blonde to come along since Jean
Harlow. (International Exclusive)

Neéw Appointment

MONG the passengers leav-

ing yesterday afternson by ~

S.£. De Grasse for Jamaica

Oliver Wesley-

the
were Dr. and Mrs.
James,

Dr. Wesley-James who wig in
3arbados for the past seventeen
taonths as Resident
Officer of the General Hospital,
has now gone to take up an
appointment ¢; Surgical Regis-
trar of the University College
Hospital.

On Business
AAT. . F. ALKINS, Manager

ivi of tho Barbados Co-opera-

t've Cotion Factory Ltd., was a



passongeâ„¢ by the Lady Rodney on
Mon ight for Antigua on a
busin-ss vit. He expects to be
back short)



Fist in 45 Years

ACK in Sarbados after an
absenre of forty five years

is Mr. Joon F. Hinds, general
foreman o! Coaipania Panamona

De Accites in-‘Panama. He arriv-
ed here recently to spend about
five weeks’ holiday and is staying
with his sister Mrs. Iris Dottin
at Holetown, St. ‘ames.
P} .
On Routine Visit

M® A. R. STARCK, OBE.
United Kingdom Trade Com-
missioner in British West
Indies with headquarters in Trini-
dad, arrived here on Monday by
B.G. Airways from St. Vincent on

the Marine Hotel.

Mrs. D. —f, L

Known to her friends as “Dor-|
rie’, the wife of Mr. D. H. L.
Ward, finds time to do executive
duties at the Y.W.C.A, besides
clerical work in the Registry, She
was married on the 3rd Septemm-
ber, 1986 and has. three daugh-
ters—Janet, Heather, and Pene-
lope. Her husband is a Barrister,

Threugh her love for children
and hey general interest in their
welfare, she assists whenever
possible in welfare work among
young people. She is the first
Honorary Secretary of the
Y.W.C.A. and has been recently
elected to represent the Associa-
tion at the Caribbean Conference
to be held in Trinidad in August
this year

“Y¥” Delegate

This Conference is to be the

first of its kind and Mrs. Ward,
is almost certain that it will be}

“ success. She also thinks that
the “¥” should go far in help-
ing the young women of the

colony. Just over a year old, the
“y" has helped many girls from
the enue who are working in

the City, Cafeteria provides
hot lunches for them at reason-
able prices and at the same time
offers home accommodations away
from home. . Ward's desire
is to assist as much as possible
in making it a real service to all
young women—both in the island
those abroad—who are desirous
pt making use of the opportunity

offered,
Miss Marion ce will be a
special Leader &t the Conference.







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Mrs. D. H. L. Ward

She is also a Senior Staff Member
of the World’s Y.W.C.A.

Other Activities

Ward is District Commis-
sioner of the Girl Guides in the
Parish of St. Philip; she is a
member of the Committee of the
Association of the Blind and Deaf
and also President of the Olympia
Sperts Club. She toured Grenada
with the Netball. team in 1950.

Mrs,



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Talk,

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Mi R. AND MRS. IAN MURPHY
who were holidayi ing here for
tre past month staying at the

ifotel Royml and Kent Hous*, ex-
peet to return to Canada this
raarning by T.C.A,

A Barbadian, Mr. Murphy has
been working in Canada for sorae-
time with General Poods in the
laboratory, He ig also “— ing
Food a at Sir George



thus receiving the award of the
Hawkins Prize.

Mr, Rochelord wae ons a
Scholarship by the Barha
ernment under a Schoniel Deve op
ment and Welfare Scheme in 1
and received his training at the
Royal Technical College, Glasgow,
whieh is affiliated tc Glasgow
University,

Retired Magistrate
M“* S. E. MOIR, retired Mag-
istrate and vareas Revie,
a ‘or St. on
Wine, he aly aa
ney. He had spent about two
weeks’ holiday staying at Stafford

House. ‘
With C.D.C.
ETURNING to Dominica on
Monday night by the

Rodney were Mr, and Mrs. J.
Callaghan and their daughter
Mcira who were here for the
past few weeks holidaying at
Cacrabank Hotel.

Mr, Callaghan is employed with
Celonial Development Corporation
fin Dominica where he is carry~
cut a hydro-electric project.

Rector From Bermuda
EV. G WALKER: Reetor of
Southampton in Bermuda
and Mrs, Walker, returned home
cn Monday night by the
Rodney after spending about two
weeks’ holiday staying at the
Marine Hotel,

Also returning to Bermuda by
the same opportunity were Mr.
and Mrs. H. 8. Halsall who spent
abeut six weeks staying at the an
Marine.

Resident Manager, T.C.A.

R. H. BAXTER, Resident
Manager of T.C.A., left on
by B.W.LA., for Trinidad
onas ort visit.



Ward

She alsc holds the Life Saver’s
Badge, Because of ag deficiency in
one of her children, she continues
to take increasing interest in the
Association for the deaf and blind.
She thinks that every assistance
should be given to help them to
help themselves. By helping them
they would make mofe useful

citizens,
Travel

She visitee the U.S.A. for a
period of six months for the pur-
pose of entering her daughter,
Heather, to the Medical Centre
Hospital and ao Hopkins Hos-
pital. While she was there she
nad the pleasure of hearing
Marian Anderson in son and
several other world famed
artistes. She has also visited
British Guiana. Trinidad, and
Grenada.

Mrs. Ward is of an athletic
build and a pleasing personality.
She likes her work and takes a
keen interest in Social Welfare.
Her hobbies are tennis, swimming,
dancing and dressmaking, and she
is especially fond of smart clothes
to which her figure and carriage
do ample justice.





- Rupert and the



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for 1947, ©

BARBADOS

By The Way
By Beachcomber

ASKED Mr, Justice Cockle-
earrot his opinion of a recent
ruling by the Lord Chief Justice
that “fish cannot be considered as
meat.”

Cocklecarrot said: “Mutatis mau-
tandis, meat cannot be consid-
ered as fish. What Is sauce for
the whale is, figuratively speak-
ing, sauce for the reindeer, eee

‘ar . ae ee ae oo
make

oe oe

health~-

jously
properties than
2 amine) my, fli this pre-
Rrighter ighting

8 yom collectors who export
theit ‘valuable specimens are

i

suggesting that traffic lights
should be floodlit to attract
foreign moths, just as the

Edgware-road is to be floodlit to
attract foreign visitors. Why not
floodlight the foreign vi-tors to
attract the natives? By ihe time
we have floodlit the floodlight»

ives evetybady ought to

feel fairly ha appy and prosperous.

“Mair Lieht noo!” as Goethe

one a famous occasion to old
‘ackenzie,

Novelty

is a graceful thought of the
B.B.C, to arrange a meeting

T

, between a broadcaster who has

asked 756,432 questions and 4
tadio woman who has answered
346,218 questions. The woman
will ask the man why he has
asked all these absurd questions
and the man will ask the woman
why she has bothered to answe*

them. A cackling audience, with
an applause-leader, will be in
attendance,
Life's like that

MAN who bred a_brigh-

gréen mouse has ¢omtplaine::

that it was eaten by a pink rat.
There was a lift-porter in Bays-
water who bred a scarlet mole
One day, as he was exercising it
on the pavement in Orme-square
it was run eee by a tiny Peruvi-
smock

an milkman a tartan
Frcs. Big eight-foot high electtic

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(9
the roie—and wil!

gabon,

ia mixed in Spain >» (3)

Bagaeaing aon re

Sort 0! by Gane * 45

You aaa ‘fate hoy in. Listen

LOPS Bowes e. to sea. (4)
Â¥ strung. it

le upse: of tea. (5)
Secondhand ol viously. (4)

Down

a rocser

tere ee

ae
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reat in gaan, mciosure, (6)

forming to mleot. (@)
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4 ee fa
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To Garry t's 4 Uns (4) :

it Pretty in any F in y

3

© fat scone.

to
in (6)

pe A matsteal amon, has (5)

tay" there from any onion ted.

sprains
BREE RDS id

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Deprive ot
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wuston at Sone HOR oles:
ay, ag wroadgous e
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must have been, because the rein-
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use in consternation,
+, meat better get dressed and
later," whispers Willie.

Beck at his own cottage Rupert
notices a strange metk. ** Can
thas have been made by a rein-
deer?” he thinks.

GARETY

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Teagnete wes mato te teen opened before the International Court

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* (YOUR PERSONAL HOROSCOPE FOR PERIOD JUNE 19—22)

AQU. 8

ARIU! Let other people make deci
“ ti Ee te peop ake isions and speak

their minds at this time. Enough for yeu
to watch and wait. There will be an
‘ opportunity for you to express your in-
dividuality at a later date. Be watchful
of casual friends,

Ds
*

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*
*
*

x
TAURUS
* April 21—May 22

Moon’s influence shows a change of trend
coming. There will be a business profit
to- be made too. Even though you may
feel like changing your mind be very care-
ful before you decide.

Eldest son shall hear of news of profit
that shall come from a far place. This is
a very lucky period for those who are
interosted in business relationships etc,
The other person is not eee out tore
you but for himself.

+

ARIES
March 21—April 20

Take things quietly, all you followers
of the BULL, There may come much to
surprise you very shortly, but the “ey © all
point towards something pleasant.
cial occasion coming soon shall une an
otherwise rather dull period.

x ne

GEMINI
* May 28—June 21

x

You must try hard to be always construe- 2
tive, especially where you have dealings
with relations and with casual friends.
Remember that more things than gold

glitter and watch your financial state dur-
ing the coming days.

This is a very fortunate period for those
who are in love, as the influence of VENUS
is very strong just now. You shall hear
news of great joy and there will be in-
formation that if used wisely, shall
you very well—though not in cash.

CANCER
June 22—July 23

LEO

Once ye .
24—Aug, 22 nee you have made up your mind be slow >

to change unless you can carefully sum up
all the pros and cons,

‘The second daughter is especially favoured 4
just now. A very lucky period for those
born July 24, 26, 27 and Aug. 1st and 2nd.

July

VIRGO This is going to be a period of fortune
Aug. 23—Sept. 23 for one who is dear to you and you shall
profit by their joy, There shall be a time
when you wonder if all is worthwhile but
if you bear up and keep on you will see
that all will turn out well. *
LIBRA

You must be careful of your finances just
now as there could be a loss to you if you
do not watch all angles. Rash specula-
tion is never wise and you may have to
pay the piper if you are not careful. Blue
is very lucky—white not so.

Sept. 24—Oct. 23

*
+
+

SCORPIO

Oct. Nov. 22 You must be willing to let your dear

friends have the spotlight at this time.
Let others express their views and ideas
You shall profit well by so doing. It is
never too late to learn, so do not be de-
pressed if things go a little wrong.

The arrival of a friend from Crescent
shall come as a pleasant surprise to you.
Remember that a word rashly ge a
cause very great hurt and cost a lot
take back. Lucky birthdays are Nov. a
25, 26, and Dec. 17, 18 and 19.

SAGITTARIUS
Nov. 23—Dec. 20

You must not let en and
rejudices block your opportunities as you
hase a chance to profit well during this %
period if you are wise and do not act rash-
ly. The day after to-morrow shall be of

CAPRICORN
Dec. 21—Jan. 20

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THURSDAY, JUNE 14,

Members Criticise Government’s Delay

All Civil

1952

Servant

Should Get Raises

FOLLOWING a stormy and protracted debate in the

Ho

of Assembly on Tuesday,
number of Resolutions and Bills

e Government passed a
giving effect to Orders

which provide for increases in the salaries paid to technical
officers and heads of Government Departments.
It was the severest attack on the Government since the

openi

of this legislative session last December, and mem-

bers of the Government party in the House joined with

opposition members in strongly criticising Government for Diity,” they should be

their delay in giving similar consideration to the rank and

file of the Service.

The Orders give effect to pro-
posals put forward by a commit-
tee selected as a result of the
exodus of technical officials from
the Government Service of the
island to investigate the salaries
of these officers. They deal with
all Heads of Departments, Ele-
mentary School teachers, Head-
teachers and teachers in First and
Second Grade Grant . Aided
Schools, Pensions and Leave Pas-
sages, the Chief Judge and Crown
Law Officers and officials of the
judiciary who come under the
Assistant Court of Appeal Act,
and the heads of the Established
Churches.

The Government in the face of
bitter attaek which lasted from 3
p.m, on Tuesday afternoon until
3 a.m, early Wednesday Perens.
won the vote by eight votes to
four, with many of ae rer”
ment supporters remaining out-
side the Chamber when the vote
was taken because they were not
prepared to vote the increases
for the administrative heads.

Just before the vote was taken,
Mr.°G. H. Adams, Leader of the
Government, in a brief rom to
the numerous criticisms hurled at
the government, threatened that
he would take it as a no confi-
.dence vote if the members of his
party voted against the Regolu-
tion, and resign the Government
and return to the electorate.

Like Mr. Lewis, Mr. L. A. Wil-
liams, another Government Party
member, strongly criticised the
proposal to increase the’ salaries
of the Administrative Heads, and
said that the question of the
technical personnel was one of
supply and demand. He was told
by his Government of the exodus
at Harrison College, and in that
respect he would sympathise with
Government, seeing at because
of the dearth of technical men,
they would have to go into the
open market and pay for them.

“Pen Pushers” °

While conceding that point, Mr.
Williams said “I am not going to
extend these proposals to men
who push pens.” One would
notice he said, that the Head of
the Administration talked about
the difficulty in retaining officers,
but he should think that the
exodus came first, and what was
more, the Head of the Adminis-
tration in this speseks at the open-
ing of the legislature did not give
the House any indication as_ to
whether such a situation resulted
from transfers in the
course of promotion.

He said that according to their
terms of reference, the Committee
was set up to consider technical
officers, but instead, one found in
their report, and he believed that
they were motivated by the con-
tention that you could not deny
one man something which was
being given to another,

He felt that the Committee went
outside its terms of reference in
considering Administrative Heads
along with the technical officers,
and the unfortunate part of the
report was that the Committee
made reference to the salaries
paid to Officers of Colonial De-
velopment and Welfare, He
could not understand what that
had to do with the question of
salaries in Barbados, and said that
while he was given the assurance
that that did not bias the Com-
mittee, yet he knew from exper-
ience that if certain evidence was





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decision. ' va 8 Gat Be Resolution was before
He said that during his stay in Gonsscer ao een

the United Kingdom he never
once saw a Barbadian post ad-
vertised for, although he had
noticed advertisements from
every other colony.
The “Smaller Boys”

He felt that the “smaller boys”

would not benefit by the recom-

mendations contained in the
Committee’s report, and added,
“the whole trouble started with

these English boys.” He did not

suppose that one Barbadian Head carried out, and said that it was

ledge there
“dis- were a few high officials who
and were
able to find people to get the

of a Department had asked for
more salaries, and he was
appointed and frustrated” at this
sort of Empire.

There was no real dearth of
administrative officers, and he
was not convinced that the island

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



He felt that the idea all along experience no difficulty in getting, be supported before the proposals
was to increase the salaries of the are being paid increases of $1,200,f0” whe increase of salaries for

big officials, while holding out
last minute promise to attend

whieh was, so to
an after-thought,

The hOmourable senior..mem- We having any difficulty in fil

aa year.
: q to Mr.
those in the lower paid ranks, increases

Crawford criticised” “the
for the

siener of Police, and asked, i

ber for St, Joseph had begun by ®"Y vacancies which ote
saying that this “is a country in these departments. ’ 7
which we have resj bility in It wag true that the colony wie

our own affairs,
mastene om = house,
at we ive preciate
fact that the Guveseenen
not thrust

had “this

pay

the highe
contention

officials. ‘us

seemed
to be that high responsibility and
allowed to be put before a jury, handsome salaries were all.
it could not but bias them in their would however say that the fact

thrust somethin a

rust so gu them.
His Honour the’ Sp
interpolated that
Rule 126, no member of the
may use

- men from training
to peeted that in the immediate post

eC

could

the Governor's name

technical positions, Thig

large ritim ber of technical
and it was ex-

Fr war years, there would be a pau-

eity of technically trained men in
any field of endeavour. But, he
said, this cannot remain for ‘ever,
and he envisaged that soon the
West Indies would find themselves
in a position in which they would
be able to till such positions al-

Speaker here. â„¢OSt entirely with West Indiags
sr to
ouse

of whom there were now about
1,000 in training at Universities
n the United Kingdom and North

tfully, and requested the America.

honourable member
from so doing,
Mr. Crawford

to refrain

Grossly Unfair

Mr. Crawford thought it was

continued that “grossly unfair’? merely because

the fact that the Resolution was they could not find an engine!
before the House was because the here and there, or a bacteriol

Governor wanted the
common know:

wanted the salaries,
Labour Government to bring the

proposals to the legislature,
The honourable senior member

here and there, or a highly skilled
agriculturalict, to “pick up local,

stock and barrel,”—every official”

in the Government Service over
a certain salary and psy fim $100
a month more; purely as a face
caving gesture in order to justify
increases for imported officials

was able to pay the large salaries for St. Philip said “it is better Who expect to have the comfort of

proposed for those officers.

He that we were a Crown Colony, Security of Colonial Service and

might have been convinced if the because we would know what to Still make the same money as

argument that people could not

expect. But to have this farcical

people who had to gamble with

liye on existing salaries was used. responsible government, and to be their future.

did not know that the in-

told that officials could have the

He recalled that in October of

crease in salaries would be the Treasury, it would be better for last year there was a general in-
end of the matter, and he added, us to be the biggest Crown Colony crease and cost of living allowance

“I cannot in any way subscribe
to the because the Com-
mittee went outside its terms of
reference. He did not think that
the most radical member of the
House w oppose the Resolu-
tion if it had

he could not see how increasing
the salaries of the administrative
heads would result in Barbados
getting better officers. i
even mean that as a

having created such fantastic

Salaries that they would remain :

forever,

He did not know what licy
the Government had ever adopted
for training their Civil Servants,
but he knew that leave passages
paid by Trinidad, combined with
study leave facilities, that colony
was able to attract men who
would not leave. He could not
see that by merely increasing
salaries to attract good men
would mean that they would want
to stay. In the course of five
years one would find many of
those moving on to other colonies
which were richer than Barbados.

Mr. Williams said that when
one faced facts, that the island

“we are primary preducers”, one
could do nothing but quibble
about the proposals to increase by

in Africa,”

He said that people came out
here from India and other places
where they had been receiving
large salaries, found others
use their influence on the H

“committing — thi:
the financial "

colony.”

Much of the trouble was due to
He = ann. the ee of
ic: rvices felt that he
hould be paid more money, be-
cause private medical practition-
ers are making a lot of money.
He seemed to overlook the fact
that the private medical practi-
tioner had to gamble with his
future, while he as a Government
employee was not prepared to
gamble with his future, and had
security of Government Service
with guaranteed ion.
Disgruntl Officials
trouble came about, Mr.
Crawford said, because a few dis-
gruntled imported officials
that they are entitled to half of
the Treasury of this island,
he asked,

affairs of

magisterial vacancies?”
He observed, “lawyers
Barbados and the West Indies a’

to

ead
been brought down of the Administration and he in
purely for technical officers, but turn on the Executive who were

seandal with
this

feel

of the Government employees, and
remarked upon the fact that while
Government had only proposed
15%, members asked for another
10%, and the argument was
advanced that if it was carried to
25% it would stop the school build
ing programme, social services and
the programme of capital works.
Mr. Crawford said that that
extra 5% would have cost the
eolony $155,000 and it would have
been spread over the entire Ser-
vice, Today, however, the Govern-
ment could find $180,000 purely to
provide increased salaries and
leave passages for the “cream” of
the Government Service — the
officials at the ‘top-—and there
seemed to be no possibility of in-
terrupting the wehool building,
social and capital works pro-
grammes, or anything of the sort.

He drew attention to the amount
of unestimated revenue collected
by Government due to good crops,
and said that instead of Govern-
ment spending that money wisely,
they were pouring it into the

and he ‘ted cials.
“ean it be claimed that hands of o few teapot =

had a one crop économy, and that we find it difficult to fll our

Mr. Crawford was strong in his,
criticism on the lack of aecommo-
dation in the secondary schools,

in and urged Government to erect
r€ more of these schools in order to

substantial amounts salaries paid as plentiful as sea eggs in Septem- mmodate the large number of
to administrative heads of depart- ber, and yet we are going to oeilaren seeking sane into these

ments.

Concluding he repeated that he
was prepared to support the pro-
posals for increasing the re-
muneration to be paid to technical
personnel, but he could not extend
the same consideration to the
administrative heads, when the
rank and file of the Service had to
wait until a Commission investi-
gate their case.

Mr. W. A. Crawford compli<
mented Mr. Williams on the stand
he had taken, and said that in
quoting from the speech of the
Governor at the opening of
legislative session, the
member for St. Lucy had proved
the contention that there was no
intention at all at this point to
any attention to the salaries of the
lower paid employees of
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increase the salaries, and
Petty Debt Court Judge
$1,000 a year more.”

Mr. Crawford compared

pay the schools, and the present existing
nearly congestion.

He doubted if there was any

the measure ever presented in that

present salaries and those which grouse which was more calculated

would obtain as a remult of the

to provoke dissatisfaction among

proposed increases, and said that the members as the Resolution
“our Attorney General will be which they were asked to consider

paid more than

General of British Guiana

the Attorney and he could

not imagine any

Of member of the House who was

Jamaica—$8,260 a year, He drew alive to his responsibility ex-

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Agents.

in-
erease on the salary attached to
the Chief Justice’s office—from
$7,920 a year to $9,600 a year—
the and asked “are you going to tell, ment found it difficult to get highly
Junior Me that a small colony like this} cvijied technical men, they should



pressing himself otherwise than
against the principle of the
measure,

He suggested that if Govern-

be brought in on contract, as was
the ease with the Chief Engineer

pay one swoop to increase his salary 4» the Water Works Department,

He. said that the Resolution

the He continued, “and all the way} should not be before the House at
down the line, officials whorn we all,

and even if a majority
decided to support it, it should not

Offices of.
speak, merely Comptroller of Customs, Coal

’ nee
im7S12,890,000 and British Guiana’s

=~ rank and file of the Service

ame before them,

Mr. Crawford said it was

‘arvadzing that these proposals had

come before them that day.
annual revenue was

was $60,000,000 and for some
earthly reason they must pay the

that we are now finding it difficult and would samc salaries to their officers.

and Continue to find it difficult to fill’ He coud not
the certain - i
t could condition Mr, Crawfora ttiributed

anything upon us,” but to the fact that the war had pre-
it seemed to him ‘ey since they vented a ° ite

imagine any
official in his right semses making
@ public statement. that a colony
like this eould pay sararies to
employees on the same basis as
Trinidad or British Guiana whose"
revenue was five times as great.

Tf Government did not know
what they were doing. there weye
some members present who were
in their right senses and did not
propese to be made fools of or
commit unjustifiable and un
warranted wastage of public
funds such as was the case with
the resolution before them.

He said that the taxpayers were
Not going.tobe satisfied in having

thely tages fri away in such
Ro MenwMersys recent weeks
they indications of a

drop dm the prices of commodities
they imported like textiles and
the local pesition of revenue in so
fay as Customs and Excise were
coneerned would also drop.

Crawford finally moved
tnat the resolution he passed this
day six moriths.

Something Wrong
Mr, J. C. Mottley (C) seconded

the motion and said thet ") doing
so, he would be ng a
serviee to the comm) id the
island as a whole. (/ i that

he could not resist tue t .,ptation
of sdying that something had
gone wrong with the Leader of
the House in bringing down such
a resolution, They were sup-

sed to be representatives of
abour and it was very unfor-
tunate that they had to deal with
such a measure that night.

They were called u to sub-
scribe ta a resolution that no sane
man. Or woman and especially
those who were representatives of
labour should associate. them-
selves ‘with and he wanted to
register his protest to any such
resolution,

_ Mr, Mottley termed the resolu-
tion an insult to his neers
and a challenge to their mai ,
He kKhew that the Leader of the
House, the honourable senior
member for St. Joseph, was in
duty bound to suppert the Gov-
ernment, but he did not-see that
other members, as. representatives
of the people had to subscribe to
such things.

There were many
were in need of
bread as well as those whe had
no home to lay their heads and
yet Government was asking the
Hovse’ to increase salaries of

heads of departments who were
sit . i so to

4 ane 60. 9
" wild there
were many. people in the .com-

munity who did not even earn
a hundred dollars a month and
he reiterated that he wanted to
register his protest against the
resolution and hoped that other
honourable members would have
the temerity to speak agsinst it.

At this stage the House ad-
journed for dinner,

Step Backward

On the resumption, Mr. O. T.
Allder (I) said that the introduc-
tion 6f a resolution such as the
one before the House could be
considered as reprehensible as
far as social progress was con-
cerned. He would hardly tnink
that any ordinary or reasonable
human being coule vouchsaf.
anything which resoliitions of that
sort purported to bring about.

He said that their decision that

night on the resolution would
deteymine the future o
people of the ¢ in addition

He had listened to the speeches
of the proposer and seconder of
the resolution, The honourable
senior member for St. Joseph ws
obligated in the running of the
Government and he had ofien
heard him say at mass moeetins
that nothing could be done by the
Government unless he sanctioned

it.

As far as the honourable junior
member for St. Thomas wag con-
cerned Mr, Alider said that he
was one of the members of the
Committee who recommended the
inereases for the heads of denar!
ments and in the absence of a
minority report presented to the
House by him he had therefore
acquiesced in the recommendations
which were presented to them
that night and he considered that
course a disservice to the peopic
of the colony.

Tm that respect he said that it
behoyed him to make a general
appeal, not only to those of them
wn that side of the table, but to
those of the Government party
who he knew were not in favour
bf the presentation of the report
or the passing of the regplution.

In recent years when the com:
nlexion of the Government was
different, they had never presen -
ed such a reactionary programme
for heads of departments as wps
done in the short period of tne
present session.

Whatever argument had been
put up to justify the support of
the resolution, it would fall to
he ground in view of the fact that
in--the report presented to the
House they were comparing the
salaries for heads of departments
with those in British Guiana,
Trinidad and Jamaica.

It was unique Tor a so-called

socialist Government to try. toMsix dollars a week.
emulate the practices of those,,mentioned that



its limited resources should pay
the same salary.

Comparisons

While they had been trying to
compare salaries and emoluments
of certain offices, he would try to
compare the social services which
Barbados had failed to give to its
populace, as against the social
services which those colonies had
been successful in giving to theirs.

It was only sometime this month
that Trinidad concluded a pro-
gramme of giving anti T.B. vaceine
to 54,000 of its een and up
to now Barba had not been
able to procure a place to
isolate the thousands of T.B, sub-
jects in the colony. In Trinidad
there was also a very good
Sanitarium and even the Govern-
ment of Barbados had to send
some of their servants to it for
treatment.

Mr. Allder said that among
other things in Trinidad, Govern-
ment had allocated in the
Estimates two and a half million
dollars for the purpose in-
tensifying a scheme of local food
production while they in Barba-
dos on the other hand had nothing
whatsoever,

As far as revenue was concern-
ed, there was no comparison what-
soever between that of Barbados

nd that of Trinidad Jameica.
hey had been t at British
Guiana’s revenue 8 $60,000,000

per annum and ‘Trinidad’s was
$66,000,000 as compared with that
of Barbados which reached its
highest this year of $12,000,000,
yet at the same time, they were
trying to give the Colonial Secre-
tary and other heads of depart-
ments in this colony, the same
salaries as heads of departments
in the other colonies.
Mr, Allder said that some of
the heads of departments were
getting an increase of $100... a
month and over, while a worker
who lived at Jackson and had to
. travel to Bath in St. John to his
,work only received a little ovet
He further
some people

colonies in one respect but not injJworked for a lifetime and were

others. Because Trinidad
£X to its Attorney Genera
did not mean that Barbados wit

pt

not able to save $100, and Gov-

itMernment was asking the House to

increase salaries of certain heads

PAGE THREE

of departments by $100 a month
and more. He felt that it was a
retrograde step for the Labour
Government to bring such a reso-
lution before the House.

He finally supported the mo-
tion made by the honourable sen-
for member for St. Philip and
said that it would not only be
doing a service to themselves, but
also te the taxpayers who would
have to place this money in the
Trearury from which these in-
creases wouid be taken.

Mr. F. €, Goddard (E) said that
it was unfortunate that they did
not have the Fiscal Survey which
was promised them so long—at
least two months ago—because it
was going to take time to study.
A Survey thot hed taken so long
to draw up, could not be studied
over a week end. Tt was a mat-
ter that had been hanging fire
for the last two or three years.

Honourable members would
remember that during this session



as well as the last that the sen-
for officers in the civil service
especially those with a technical

flavour and in the teaching pro-
fession, had been agitating for
better terms of service and when
he said that he did so purposely.



Tt was not only the salary
they wanted ineressed, but he
had heard from some teachers
that they were more interested tn
Yeave passaces than the salerics.
because they felt that with the
hich cost of passages to and
from the United Kingdom, that
they were unable when the time
came for them to co back to
their families, to find the neces-
Sary money.

Could Afford It

The Government at the moment
inust carry the responsibility as
to whether they were financially
able to do it or not. They had
assured them that they could do
so, otherwise they would not
pie come down with the Resolu-
tion.

The Head of the Administration
in his opening speech at the be-
ginning of the session said that
not only were they able to do it,

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TAXATION

ON TUESDAY next week the thirty
second Annual General Meeting of the
Automatic Telephone and Electric Com-
pany Limited will be held in London.

A statement by the Chairman, Sir Alex-
ander Roger has been circulated to mem-
bers and was published in the Times of
June 3.

Of especial interest to Barbados is a sec-
tion of this statement which deals with the
shortage of industrial capital.

Sir Alexander comments upon two facts
which have been brought to the attention
of the people of Barbados on previous
occasions but. which will lose nothing

through repetition.

Because of the burden of taxation on
company profits and personal income and
the failure of the taxing system to take
proper account of the replacement cost of
fixed assets and of raw material stocks,
industry, says-Sir Alexander, cannot itself
provide the increasing amount of working
capital it requires. Now this argument of
Sir Alexander’s is common enough in finan-
cial circles and is based on the experience
of every man of business. Unfortunately
the opinion of men of business and the
comment of those skilled in finance does
not always receive attention from political
circles in highly developed countries: while
in countries where responsibility for finan-

~~eial affairs is still entrusted to metropoli-

tan countries politicians of the dependent
country are frequently indifferent to the
comment of experienced men of business.

What Sir Alexander has to say about the

United Kingdom is as true of Barbados,
after due allowances are made for differ-
ences of customs and degree. Taxation,
wherever it is practised as a major method
of obtaining revenue, must decrease the
quantity of capital available for industry.
And when to the increasing demands
which taxation makes on industries are
added rising labour and raw material costs
the burdens which have to be carried by
investors today are patent.
| But taxation is’only one handicap.
\ Because of inflationary spirals the public,
which according to the text books on eeono-
mics, are classified as the investing public
spend more of their money on keeping up
with the rising cost of living and therefore
save less for investment.

Thus excessive taxation deals a double
blow to industry. By squeezing the last
ounce of profit from industry and thereby
-exacerbating the inflationary pressure,
taxation directly limits capital available
for industrial development: and resulting
from inflationary pressure the list of the
investing public becomes shorter and in-
dustry’s alternative source of recruiting
capital is correspondingly blocked.

Already for several years this tendency
has been noticeable in Barbados. Taxation
adds to the burdens of industry and exces-
sive taxation restricts the expansion of in-
dustry. Developments which have taken
place in recent years in Barbados and
which have increased employment oppor-
tunities in the island could not today take
place, because most of the profits previ-
ously available for capital investment are
now collected by the commissioner of in-
come tax.

When money collected by taxation is
spent on the economic development of a
country the evil effects of applying a brake
to industrial expansion are not felt, merely
because the money has not been frittered
away or spent unproductively. But when
money collected by taxation is spent
without foresight, thought, or concern fog,

the future, only ‘inflation can result. ape

Throughout the West Indies today people
are living on capital and are spending their
savings while prices continue to rise.
Social services have been’ inaugurated
beyond the normal capacities of the region
to support; educational expenditure is run-
ning ahead of prudent allowances of reve-
nue for education; no one can say where
finances are to be found to sustain the
University College of the West Indies: and
the value of money grows less month by
month.

In the United.Kingdom very stern meas-
ures have beer taken by the Conservative
Government to encourage thrift and stabil-
ize prices and efforts are’ being made by
government, opposition and trade union
Jeaders to bring home to the naturally op-
timistie English worker the gravity of the
situation which faces the United Kingdom.

In the West Indies spending continues
apace: and where are the voices of the
peoples’ representatives heard telling
people of the need for thrift and hard work?
If they are raised at all they are drowned
by the clamour of those demanding that
the island’s money be frittered away in

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is urgent

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by LORD BEAVERBROOK |

I COME to a curious matter.
This monumental
The History of The Times—
which is written by Stanley
Morison, tells of the decisive
part played by The Times
——and by its editor, Geoffrey
Dawson—in the Abdication
of Edward the Eighth, King.

But the dramatie story is
not boldly brought out—as
the important part played
by The Times in the Mun-
ich Crisis is brought out.
Instead, it is hidden away in
an appendix,

Munich turned out to be a
failure — and The Times
frankly admits its share in
that episode. The Abdica-
tion was successfully car-
ried through with the es-
sential aid of this news-
paper—and The Times book
buries it in a back section.
Why? Is there an element
of apology in this too?

I am not taking up any
partisan attitude in this mat-
ter. Nor do I desire to rake =
over the dead embers of =
this controversy, All that is his-
tory now, and as such it is told in
this Times book, It is interesting
to see both what The Times did
on that occasion and what it says
now about what it said then,

The Facts

These are the facts which the
book sets forth: —

1 That the editor of The
Times, Geoffrey Dawson, was
the most important factor—with
the sole exception of the Prime
Minister, Stank Baldwin, in
compelling the g to abdicate.

2 That he did it by methods
which many would condemn,

3 That he pursued his quest
with a. vigour that seemed more
like venom.

What kind of man was this
formidable Dawson?

I knew him, not intimately,
for a quarter of a_ century.
At the time of the Abdication
Crisis, he was a man of middle
weight, with a good head, going
a bit bald, and a rather flushed
face. He walked with a firm
tread.

He would have looked well,
and he would have done well, on
the bridge of a battleship. He had
a commanding attitude. He was
not especially attractive in appear-
ance, if he was in el
gompany you soon realised he
was there. He was a somebody,

He liked to dine in important
company. He had an excellent
taste in port wine. He was not
like Pitt, a two-bottle man, but
Dawson could be depended on
for three full glasses.

He had a clear head and
reckoned that he knew his own
mind—though perhaps what he
really knew was his friend Lord
Milner’s mind, which he mistook
for his own,

Consulted

Now here is the _ factual!
‘account of the constitutional
taken from The Times
Appendix. That Dawson was of
more importance than any of the
Prime Minister's Cabinet col-
leagues is made abundantly clear
in Mr. . Morison’s narrative.
Dawson ‘was almost invariably
consulted first,

The crisis was launched by a
letter written by Major Har-
dinge* to his master, the King.
Dawson saw that letter in draft
and approved it. Thereupon
Dawson set out on a propaganda
canvass of public men.

When the King put forward to
Baldwin the project of a mongan-
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port, but you can put a ring on
its leg that will identify it
wherever it is found and in this
way learn about its wandering
habits. ‘

More than 3,000 birds are
ringed on Skokholm every year,
‘and Mr. Pincher and I thought it
would be fun to help. So here we
are, living in a converted bart,
and no boat back till Sunday.

The bird watchers are as in-
teresting to study as the birds
themselves. There is a young
man from Cambridge who digs

uv birds with a spyde and then +

plants them again like potatoes.

He is more of a bird smeller
than a watcher because he goes
round sniffing rabbit holes and
if the smell is right he digs.

When I asked him what he
hoped to learn by this he said
he was studying bird navigation
land was seeing if the same birds
necupied the same holes as last
year,

Painted Nails

AS we were watching he un-
earthed an avian scandal. He
dug up a pair of Manx shear-
waters, which are sea birds
about the size of doves, and

found, after noting the numbers

‘Lord Beaverbrock am
HAs seen Lord Beaverbrook.
alle
Wiggin wrote

pence last week, I was astonished fo
see that he is seventy-three today.

His fascinating lelevised recollec-
tions of Lord Northcliffe were o
glimpse of a treasure-houst ‘of
intimate history of politics: and
Pleet Street, extending over more
than forty years, whieh 1 hope will
one day be fully revenied.



—broadcasting

in the Home Service on
the latest volume of The
History of The Times.

The earlier part of the.
broadcast dealt with the
Lloyd George Cabinet
in the first World War.




+h
Se % fe ‘
on television, and agreed with
that my Neague Maurice |
ut hie perform.

.

Few men of his ave retain such
pia. and energy, which excite aly
nce the admiration and the dready
his weaker-framed subordinates,

should take a wife but not a
Queen—Dawson was consulted by
Baldwin, Only after this consult-
ation was the project submitted
to the Cabinet and the Dominion
Governments, When the replies
came in, Baldwin conveyed the
information to Dawson before he
took it to the King.

Dawsvun sat with Baldwin com-
forting and
when the Prime Minister
nerve.

ee ae
ost his

‘Terrified’

Then Editor Dawson conducted
a campaign in The advo-
cating the importance of keeping
the Crown and its representatives
remote from glaring personal
scandal. Dawson was intimidating
the King in code, He succeeded
in terrifying His Majesty.

About this time I was in New
York. The King telegraphed and
telephoned me to come to Lon-
don, It is stated by The Times
book that when Dawson knew
that I was due to arrive, he
threatened to print a_ leading
article attacking His Majesty in
order to block any help that I
might be able to give,

And on arriving at Fort Bel-
vedere, where the King was in
residence, I found him in terror
of Dawson, He had sent Sir Wal-
ter Monckton to thé editor,
asking that he might have a
oo that the so-called Full

ife of Mrs. Simpson would not
be published.

He received an assurance that
publication would not take place
in the next issue. Cold comfort.

When Dawson set out to
mobilise opinion against the King
in the columns of The Times, he
deliberately suppressed all letters
which were in favour of the King
—and at the outset, as is stated
in The Times book, they - were
overwhelmingly so.

Then, at the end, he made
three disreputable assertions in
his leading articles. He wrote
that all would have thought
Edward fit to rule, if he had
never ascended the Throne. He
branded Mrs. Simpson person-
ally in the severest language.
And he declared that King
George the Fifth's last days had
been clouded with anxiety for
the future,

This information was supplied
by the Archbishop of Canterbury,
who told Dawson that King
George’s death had been hastened
by his son’s infatuation,

All the foregoing facts I take
from the exciting appendix of

on’ their rings, that they were
virtually nesting in sin.

They had each changed part-
mers since he dug them up last
time.

Two of the other bird watchers
spend their time going round
the island with a_ weighing
machine weighing baby wheat-
ears and then painting their toe-
nails.

The object of this unusual
pastime is to find out how ‘the
‘weather affects the rate at which
they put on weight. The toenail
painting is to distinguish the
birds till they are old enough to
wear rings on their legs.

Amateurs

WHAT sort of people are these
bird watchers? Well, to look at
them they are just the same as
you and me. The warden who
lives here with his wife from
March to October took up bird
watching when he was a prisoner
of war in Germany. With all the
time in the world on his hands
he studied the goldfinches round
‘the aimp.

Excépt for the young man
from Cambridge, the others are
‘ll amateurs who pay four
guineas a week for their keep and
get a holiday on an island thrown
in.

Of those here at the moment
‘one is a young farmer and an-
other a schoolmistress with a
term off, There's a retired medi-
eal officer of health with his wife,
anda girl from the B.B.c.

Naturally Mr. Pincher is in his

element, You never saw a man
so delighted with his surround-
ings. He drags me around the

island ambushing puffins :
stalking razorbills with a pi






jor bent wire that you
round their legs from behinc
We've been smelling under
for Mother Carey’s
s and listening in a cave



al snoring.

The puffin an

fun, Puffins are the Tubb
bies of the bird world. T



he Isles






Stanley Morison’s History
The Times,

No doubt I put a different
interpretation ypon some of these
events, but the accuracy of the
narrative. cannot be disputed.

There is one notable omission.
Stanley Morison does not. tell
that Editor Dawson published
one piecesef journalism that was
innocent on the surface, but
which | wounding and
malici$us. inmuende.

He does tell that public opinion
was heavily om the side of the
King andithe King’s proposal for
a morganatic marriage.

The.Pimes syccessfully swayed
public. .opinion in the opposite
direetion,

of

Into Exile...

The King, now the Duke of
Windsor, went into exile when
he boarded the destroyer Fury
that foggy Decerfber night and
put out to sea for France. He
has not yet returned.

me day shortly after the
Abdication. President Roosevelt
asked me to go to Washington,
He examined me in every detail
of the royal tragedy. He could
not understand it. He quoted the
old saying that no man should

ever resign, but wait to be
sacked.

I replied that I never could
discern any real. ‘purpose or

steady policy in the conduct of
the King. It seemed to me that
he just allowed himself to be
pushed out.

President Roosevelt ‘was not
eonvinted, Years after, when the
President was dead, I was given
an explanation of the conduct of
the King:in a single sentence.

Last Trick

When the Duke of Windsor dis-
embarked from Fury at Boulogne
and bade farewell to his friends
that had come with him he
turned to one of them and said:
“I always thought I could get
away with a morganatic marri-
age.”

So the King had a policy after
all. Clearly it had been his inten-
tion to barter the threat of
Abdication against Government
acknowledgment of the morgan-
atic marriage. The game was
played to the end, and The Times
and Mr. Baldwin won the last
trick.

If I had known of this conver-
gation before the death of
President Roosevelt, I could have
given him the answer to_ his
question in the words of the King:
“I always thought I could get
away with a morganatic marri-
age.”

Memory

All these events are past and
gone. It is long since, and this is
my 73rd birthday. Telling me I
do not look it won't help me at
all, Nothing helps me now, except
the inheritance of much strength
derived from the frugal lives of
my Scottish forebears, trans-
planted to the harsh and infertile
soil of Eastern Canada,

The past now lives in my
memory. The future has no place.

And it is out of the past that
I recall the brilliant men of
action. .wh® march through the
poms of*The History of The
‘imes.

&

* PRIVATE secretary Major
Alexander Hardinge’s letter was
received by King Edward VOT
on November 13, 1936. The
King recorded later that he
regarded its . “col formal
suggestion” that Mrs. Simpson
should leave the country, as an
ultimatum,

—L.E.S.



in rabbit burrows and like to
stand at their front doors proud-
ly displaying their tubby tum-
mies,

We Jaid a net on the greund
in front of some burrows and
fixed it so that when we vulled
a rope it swuat over and caught
anything sta near.

Then we hid behind a_ rock
mand waited for tubby puffins to
turn up.” Altogether we caught
(three, antl after ringing them,
let them get on with their pufiin
offairs. Seme day they may be
found as’far away as Spain and
the rings om their legs will iden-
tify them et once as the puf\ns
that Pincher and Wicksteed

caught.
Night Birds

TIRING of puffins we went
after razorbills. They’re harder
to catch because they sit about
on rocks on the sides of preci-
pices, but with our piece of bent
wire We managed to hook two
round the leg and ring them.
Several others had a close shave.
_ But the supreme thrill on this
island of birds comes between
midnight and 2 am., when the
Manx shearwaters | creep. out
from their underground nests for
n breath of fresh air.

It would be death for them to
appear in. daylight, for they
would be killed at once by the
gulls. So all day long they
stay in their.-burrows in com-
plete silence, thousands and
thousands of them.

Then when the night is at its
Garkest and the gulls are asleep,
out they come—and in from the
open sea come their mates to

relieve them -on the nest.

You have to be careful not tc
tread on them. When you walk
you are constantly hit by thern.
in the tummy
that

I got slap

from a wet shearwater

nearly winded me.
And all the time the

one








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“You Don't Shoot
Santa Claus”

From R. M. MacCOLL

WASHINGTON.

THE TAFT-IKE hubbub of the past few
days concerning which of the two shall
grab the Republican Nomination for Presi-
dent has temporarily stolen the limelight
and obscured the fact that, whoever does
become the Republican champion, it yet
remains that many shrewd and dispassion-
ate observers of America’s political scene
are still laying long odds on a Democrat
going back to the White House next Janu-
ary.

Why? Because you “Don’t shoot Santa
Claus,” “We never had it so good,” and the
tried political maxim that you don’t turn
out the party in power when times are
prosperous, c

And in spite of all the “griping” over high
taxes, high prices and talk of a coming
recession, the great mass of small men and
women all over the country are living the
good life, and “eating high on the hog.”

Who is the lucky Democrat-to-be? If
Truman liked to change his mind at any
time up to the 59th minute of the eleventh
hour at the Democratic National Conven-
tion in Chicago next month, there is not
the slightest doubt that he would be accept-
ed immediately. And not many people
think that a Republican could beat him in
the November Elections.

But assuming Truman doesn’t change his
mind and resists the “draft” (conscription)
of which Democrats wistfully talk when-
ever they fell pessimistic or panicky about
their chances, who are: we likely to see
doing battle with Ike, Taft or Mr. X?

Here is a name you have scarcely heard
of—Sam Rayburn, Rayburn, egg-bald
shrewd, well-liked, has been the respected
Speaker of the House of Representatives
for many years. And a very powerful
behind-the-scenes move on his behalf is
building up.

There are no speeches, no campaign but-
tons to wear in the lapel, no big radio and
TV broadcasts. But the strength is really
there and several key Members of Con-
gress with whom I have recently talked
consider Sam as one of the “better bets.”

Big drawback—Sam celebrated his 70th
birthday this year, and that’s a bit on the
elderly side as Presidents go. (Septuagen-
arians Douglas MacArthur and Vice-
President Alben Barkley are more or less
out of the running principally because it is
supposed that their arteries are hardening
up a little.

Rayburn’s backers want him to stay
completely aloof from all the preliminary
free-for-alls—“Let Kefauver, Harriman,
Senators Kerr and Russell and the rest of
them cut one another’s throats,” is the way
they put it.

And one of Rayburn’s most devoted ad-
herents, Oklahoma’s Senator Mike Mon-
roney, says “Our man is a tenth ballot pro-
position, not a first ballot one.”

. The nominations are decided at Chicago
on a series of ballots among the delegates.

The age snag may be got around by
teaming either Rayburn or the 75-year-old
Alben Barkley with a much younger vice-
President, such as Illinois Governor Adlai
Stevenson or New York’s multi-million-
aire Averell Harriman.

Harriman is 61—but looks and acts boy-
ish.

Adlai Stevenson, born in Los Angeles, is
only 52—and is a boy as far as politics are
concerned.

If there is an unbreakable deadlock at
the Democrat Convention between Harri-
man, Kefauver (Truman favours Harri-
man, personally dislikes Kefauver) and
Senator Richard Russell of Georgia, they
might easily turn to one of the two sep-
tuagenarians, Rayburn or Barkley, as the
only way.

|
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|

I don’t want to sound cynical, but I ought
to tell you that one of the best-known and
most respected of America’s TV and radio
commentators has just told the whole
nation on his coast-to-coast broadcast that
as far as these elections are concerned
“there is no real democracy in America.”

He meant by this that in spite of all the
sound and fury out in the open, the man-
oeuvrings, the claims of this and that nurn-
ber of delegates, the fuss over the Prim-
aries and so forth, it means very little
when the chips are down. Just who be-
comes the next American President is de-
cided by a very few powerful men sitting
faf out of the public eye, and as the result
of some “deals” at a high level.

And don’t forget that President Truman
himself, in an unguarded moment,
described the Primary Electio:

recently

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MEMBERS CRITICISE
GOVERNMENT'S

‘ @ From Page 3
but they could not afford not to
do it and to his mind that was
the more important. If they did
not implement the report of the
Committee they would be faced
with a regular exodus from the
top ranks of the Civil Service.
any of them had already gone
and many more Were on the verge
of «cing. By implementing the

resolution, they were going to
make the Civil Service more
attractive to qualifed people.

When this was finished, the Gov-
ernment was going to come down
with a resolution to deal with
the civil servants in the lower
ranks of the service.

They however were given in-
formation that the increases as
set out in the resolution before
the House, would cost the Gov-
ernment in the vicinity of
$180,000 to $200,000 per annum.
Personally, he did not think the
amount would come to that.

As far as leave passages were
concerned, everybody could not
go together, because someone had
to remain to do the work,

He said that the Civil Servants
in. the lower brackets had been
promised that their | salaries
would be adjusted and for that
reason he could add no more as
far as they were concerned, The
financial responsibility rested
with the Government. They had
not seen the Fiscal Survey, but
they were told that these things
could be done and it would be
wrong for them not to carry them
out, because the efficiency of the
Service would go lower than
what it’ was and they would not
be able to attract to the Service,
the quality of trained people for
whom they were looking.

It was true that in the last
three years, they had had good
At the present moment,
although it was a bit early to say

so, it looked as if next year’s
crop. would not be anything as
good as the last three. They

were dependent on one economy,
but the Civil Service must be
maintained.

Some of the members on_ his
right seemed to argue that there
was a great difference between
tz Attorney General in Barba-
dos and the one in British Guiana
and they based that on the argu-
ment that the revenue of this col-
ony was_ $12,000.000 as against
$60,000,000 in British Guiana.
Would they also argue that a
eantoneer in Barbados was get-
ting the equivalent of one in
British Guiana?

By the resolution before the
House, they were _ implementing
‘the report; of the Committee and
were making their civil service
more attractive for qualified
people and for that reason hon-
ourable members would know
where he would place his vote
that night.

Important

Mr. M. E. Cox (©) said that the
resolution was a very important
one because of its financial effect.
He had listened to many speeches
made that night and it would
appear that if the people were
prepared to follow the words
which fell from the lips of some
honourable members, it would
seem that they who claimed to
be strong labourites, had made
some type of political soumersault
in that they had come to’ the
House asniiiy Members to provide
large salaries for imported Eng-
lishmen, ete.

He would like to say from the
outset that when the measure
first came down, he had scrutin-
ised it very carefully and some
members might have said that he
had’ given too much trouble, but
he was not satisfied, because
Commissioner Adams when re-
viewing the salaries in 1948 had
said that the salary structure
should at least last for five years.
It would mean as far as he was
concerned that if the salaries
were to be revised for people in
one category sogn, they would
have to do likewise for people in
other categories.

. He said that he had pressed

for the consideration of all Gov-

ernment employees and an
| agreement was reached in which
etse it was decided to review
the salaries ang wages of al!

Government employees and to

that he had agreed whole-heart-

ediv.

If it had not been for the press-
ing demand made by people in
the higher brackets, the necessity
might not have arisen in which
case they would have to revise
the salaries of people in
lower brackets. He said that ser-
vants in the lower brackets s
be glad to see that t!
higher ranks were getting con-
sideration, because it would mean
that they would not be overlook-
ed. ‘





Grants. Retrospective
Whenever -those recommenda-
tions were being made, he. said
that they would have effect from
April 1, 1952, just as was the case
with the® present resolution.
He said that he would never

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consideration that there were
about 170 employees who would
be benefiting by this resolution
and in spite of all the talk they
heard about imported officials,
they would see that from the list,
108 of the 170 officials were
Barbadians. When it was being
said that they were increasing all
those salaries for Englishmen, he
could assure honourable members
that it was not true.

Reference had been made to
the economy of the other colonies
with which he was quite in
agreement. It was true that their
financial position was far better
than the financial resources of
this colony, but he would tell
honourable members that their
difficulty in getting qualified men
to come out here was because of
the inadequacy of the salary.
Highly qualified and technical
men went to places where the
Salaries were more remunerative
and that was the reason why
Government was trying to bring
the salaries of heads of depart-
ments in line with other colonies
of the British Caribbean.

He reminded members that in
1946 when adjustments were
made, the rank and file of the
service were dealt with first and
the heads were told to wait until
a commissioner was appointed. So
that was an answer to any charge
that in matters of adjustment they
normally adjusted the heads first.

The proposals before them had
been before the Whitley Council
which had unanimously agreed to
the salaries. If members doubt-
ed that, it was a matter for them.
He would go so far as to say, he
said, that the then President, Mr.
C, A. Coppin was one of those whe
agreed with it.

He knew it was true, he said,
that some of the weak fellows
after supporting it in the Whitley

Council, got around some of the
members and asked them not to
pass it, but nevertheless, there

had been an agreement to it.
Limited Economy

Mr. R. G. Mapp (LL) said that
Barbados with a limited economy
could not afford to pay salaries
compared with certain islands

Many of them agreed that when
it came to certain posts—-post like
Mr. Sealy’s —- certain specialist’s
posts, by all means they should
raise the salaries and try to at-
tract suitable men.

Referring to the statement by
the Senior Member for St. Joseph
that it was not fair to fail to in-
crease the salary of a man staying
in Barbados because he had a post
which could be filled and said
that for the life of him he could
not see how a Government could
be faced with any serious crisis
in its ranks. He did not see why
other officers should feel dissatis-
fied bheenuse the salaries of the
technical men had been increased.

There was talk of bringing the
pay of the heads in question on a
near level with the pay for
similar posts in British Guiana,
but meanwhile they were over-
looking the fact that even the
principal clerks of Barbados got
less than the principal clerks of
British Guiana. Thus they would
still be throwing things out of
gear. Those heads for whom the
raises were proposed, should be
told to wait otherwise, as he had
said, things would be thrown out
of gear. ‘

He observed that British Guiana,
Trinidad and Jamaica did not
have to maintain the Anglican
Church, and so their better sources
of revenue did not have that
drain, He saw nothing immoral
or wrong in leaving out the
Church out of proposed increases.

Mr. F. L, Waleott (L) for the
Government, said he had listened
to a lot of the charges and many
insinuations meade’ about the
Leader of the House being weak.
War was it from him to defend
the Leader. he said, for the Leader
was capable of doing that better
than anyone of them. More than
that, his stature had - brought
much lustre not only to himself,
but to the people of Barbados.





Insinuations

When he heard insiguations
that the Leader was a weak man
and could not face the Administra~-
tion, when he heard that in the
face of the fact that many of them
owed their existence to his
strength, and the fact that in the
earlier days some of his speeches
might have been regarded as
tresson, he was unable to recon-
cile them. He could not see how
it could be said that after the
tougher days, he could not since
face people.

He said that the Senior Member
for St. John had spoken an un-
truth when he said that a can-
toncer only got six dollars a week.

At this stage Mr, O. T. Allder
rose on a point of order and said
that he had said that a cantoneer
had showed him an envelope with
$6 and represented that as his
week’s pay. This man was an
assistant cantoneer. ;

Continuing, Mr. Waleott said
that the Senior Member for St.
John did not even seem to know
that there was no such thing as
an assistant cantoneer. Any show-
ing out that a week’s pay was only






DELAY

the Senior Member for St. John
could have used to arrive at $6
per week.

The Junior Member for St.
Lucy, he said, had, like other
members made many exaggera-
tions and had said that while in
England, he had never seen a post
for Barbados advertised in one
br two papers he mentioned. The
Junior Member for St, Lucy
might not have seen any, but the
Barbados Government did ad-
vertise. They had advertised not
only in England, but in Canada.

The four of them, the Govern-
ment members, despite what
members might say, were re-
sponsible for the good running of
the Government and where there
were salaries to be paid or the
smooth running of the Govern-
ment to be considered, they had
to find officers for recruitment.

_. He referred to the circumstance
that within two years, 17 masters
at Harrison College had to be re-
placed because of with more re-
munerative jobs, often in neigh-
bouring colonies, they left the
island.

No Argument

There was no argument in com-
paring bakers of Barbados with
bakers of British Guiana, say.
Such workers usually stayed in
their island and did not compete
for posts outside. But it was
necessary to attract those whose
qualification enabled them to
take up vacant posts in neighbour-
ing islands.

Mr. Walcott continued to stress
arguments previously made for
< Resolution by the introducer
of it.

Mrs. E. Bourne (L) said she did
not see why there should be so
big a gap in the salaries of the
headmaster of Combermere and
the headmistress of St. Michael’s
Girls’ School.

To her many of the increases
did not seem reasonable and she
thought that those in the lower
brackets needed earlier consider-
ation than the heads.

The Anglican Church. she said,
should have been disendowed
even before this session. and she
saw nothing wrong if the clergy
were struck out from the list for
increases. They should not re-
ceive any particularly nice treat-
ment, especially when. they had
been so brazen as to talk about
resenting the Maude Bill.

In the matter before them. it
wes not that she doubted the
Government. but she had some-
time ago had a talk with a certain
English woman who observed to
her that many people from_her
home town were often willing
to accent jobs in the West Indies,
but seldom knew when there
were vacancies. That showed that
there was not sufficient advertis~
ing.

Her final point was that mem-
bers of the Government being
human being were liable to err
and she said that in the face of
such general opposition, there
must be something wrong. ;

Unique Criticisms

Mr. V. B. Vaughn (1) said that
it had been his intention to make
a contribution to the debate, but
he had given priority to another
member to speak, to find that his
criticisms and arguments were
exactly those he had
psing,

He remarked that criticisms on
the Resolution had all been
unique, each member adding con-
structive criticisms, It was the
first time he had listened to thd
Junior Member for the City and
understood where he stood.

He said that it took a courage-
ous man to have brought a meas-
ure like that before the House,
knowing the circumstances of
Barbados and besides, there was
absolutely no guarantee that they
would get the people they hoped
to get. ‘

Mr. V. B. Vaughan said it
was no wondering that the mem-
bers of the Government Party
found it impossible to refrain
from criticising the government,
and said that with one or two
exceptions, members on that side
of the table were doubly distress-
ed when they found themselves in
the position of being forced to
support a Resolution of that sort.

Political Appeal

Mr. Vaughan in an attack on
the Leader of the Government
said “I am making a political
appeal to you, The political
leader of this House is doing
something tonight that if we had
a less loathsome people and a
more politically conscious people,
it would spell the end of his
political career.”
: The junior member for St. John
said he was prepared to support
certain technical and professional
salaries in,the Resolution, but he
was not prepared to vote a single
administrative salery. He said
that they had brought themselves
to the position where there was
a dearth of administrative ability
because of the recent change in
the island’s constitution by the
abolition of Statutory Boards
without immediately instituting
ninisterial status. :
a Mr. Vaughan said that quite a

tend -to deceive the peo $6 was untrue. Rates for can- administrativ 7 was
they were to examine the positian tones © were 19 cents an hour and i ng i ere Setohory, Boorda
as it stood before them, they 20%. cost of living and he failed done b} > ‘On tie 6
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Brooker’s Inquest

Adjourned

THE INQUEST into. the circumstances surrounding

the de
further

| of Malina Brooker of Sherbourne, St. John, was
djourned yesterday until Monday, June 23, by

His Wetship Mr. C. L. Walwyn after the Court heard two

witnedgses,

Board Of Health
Approve Sale
Of Land

The Board of Health at theic





meeting yesterday approved the’

division and sale of 16,454 square
feet of land in lots at Goodland,
St. Michael, by Mr. U, J. Parra-
vicino.

Tl Board also approved the
following:

The division and_ sale of 19
acres 9.5 perches of land in lots
at Newcastle, St. John, by New-
castle Estate Ltd. in addition to
398,536 square feet in lots also at
Newcastle by Newcastle Estate
Ltd. with the exception of lot No.
31; the division and sale of 194,143
square feet at Ventnor Golf Club
Road, Rockley, by Mr. Jacob
Bernstein; the dividing and let-
ting for purposes of agriculture
only, lands of East Point Planta-
tion, St. Philip, by Messrs. G. L.
Farmer and S, B. Gooding, Trus-
tees of the will of John B, Mar-
shall deceased, and the dividin=
off of 48, 108 square tr.
301,000 square feet at Porters, S<.
James, for sale by Sir Bdward
Cunard.



Wiontan Cherged

intended Again With Murder

His Worship Mr. C. W. Rudder,
Police Magistrate of District “B’’,
yesterday discharged Verona
Jackman of Hanson Tenantry, St.
George, in the case in which she
was charged by the Police with
the murder of a newly born baby
on May 23,

Mr. F. G. Smith who appeared
on behalf of Verona Jackman
submitted to the court that the
element in the crime was not
proved and his client could not
be placed on trial as the prosecu-
tion had not made out a prima
facie case...

After Jackman) left the court
the Police re-arrested her and
charged her with the murder of
her newly born baby.



COL. INDEX
REMAINS SAME

The cost of living index re-
mained the same at the end of
month, 313. This is an increase
last month ag it was the previous
of two figures since the beginning
of the year when it -was 311. In
February it had a jump to 314
and the following month dropped
two,

The increase since 1939 on all
items is 212.81 and on food only,
192,87.

The basis is 100.



“Brazil” And “Planter”

The Steamship Brazil called in
Carlisle Bay yesterday morning
from Trinidad with intransit pas~
sengers. This 11,123-ton ship has
its agents in R. M. Jones. The 8.8,
Plantcr. 3,616 tons also arrived
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the General Hospital on June 3
after she was involved in an
accident with a, bicycle on Pool
Road, St. John, at about 8.30 a.m.
ope died at the Hospital on June
Dr, A. S. Cato who performed
the post mottem examination at
the General Hospital Mortuary
on June 15 said that the body of
the deceased was identified by
Levite Greenidge, There was no
fracture of the skull and death
was due to cerebral haemorrhage.

Explaining cerebral haemorr-
hage to the jury Dr. Cato said
that there was a quantity of blood
on the brain of the deceased and
that could have been caused if
the deceased had received a vio~
lent blow on the head.

Greenidge said that the de-
ceased was his wife’s grand-
mother, She was in an accident
on June 3 and he last saw the
deceased alive on June 7 at the
Hospital. When he saw her on
June 7 she wag in the Hospital
suffering from injuries which she
sustained im an accident. The de-
ceased left her home on June 3
in good health and at about 7
2m. the same aay, he went to
Bool Road, St. John, where he
saw the deceased supported by a
man,

He took her to the General
Hospital after g doctor saw her.
On June 15 he identified the body
of the deceased to Dr. A. S. Cato,
It was about 1.15 p.m.

At this stage the inquest was
adjourned until Monday, June 23
at 2 p.m.



Mrs. Ward Will Represent
local Y.W.C.A. In T'dad

At a Committee meeting of the

Y.W.C.A. on Monday, Mrs.
D, H. L. Ward was selected to
represent the Y.W.C.A. at the

Caribbean Association Conference
to be held in Trinidad from
August 7 to 15. Other members
of the local association may
attend.

A general meeting of the
YÂ¥.W.C.A. will be held on Monday,
June 30, at 8.30 p.m. Lady Savage,
the patroness, will be present.



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STRONG WINDS
YESTERDAY

There were strong winds
accompanied by _ intermittent
spells of rain yesterday.

The strong winds were espec-
ially in the St. Michael area, buc
showers fell in all parishes,

The rain began early in the
morning, but never fell in St.
Michael for more than a few
minutes at a time. During the
day it was not sufficiently regular
to hinder pedestrians travelling,
but clouds hung over the island
all day,



HOUSE BROKEN

Gwendolyn Brewster of Walk-
ers Tenantry, St. George, re-
ported to the Police that her
house was broken and entered

sometime between 7 a.m, and 11
, a.m. on Tuesday and articles to
London with general the value of $26.15 stolen.

The Police are making investi-
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PAGE FIVE

oft

Obituary :

Mr. W. W. Alleyne

The passing of Mr. W. W.
Alleyne of “Willsbury” Brittons
Cross Road on Sunday morning
‘last at the age of 74 years has
brought to a close a life that was
Spent full in the service of the
Methodist Church and the com-
munity in general “Willle
Alleyne” as .he was | familiarly
known started out in his early
years with that spirit of adventure}
when he migrated to British
Guiana and worked in the build-
ing business. After a few years
he returned home to establish
himself as one of the leading con-
tractors in this island and did
much work for the Government
especially in the repairs and en-
largement of School buildings.

The Methodist Church was dear
to his heart, for over fifty years
he served as a local preacher, class
leader and in the Sunday School.
It was a pleasure to him to sup-
port the annual Missionary Meet-
ings in a very substantial way
while he also convinced man
people that the Methodist Churc
deserved their. support, Wherever
he went the influence of his wit-
ness was felt and seen,

His first wife who was responsi-



ble to a t extent for his Mr, Lea" King:
Success leceased him 24 years 50 CAN RE-LION IT 4
ago, many friends who BEING THE SWEETEST TREAT !”

attended the burial at the West-
bury. Cemetery were eloquent
testimony to his life and service,

Shedroof Charred

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day the Fire Brigade was called
te Bank Hall, St. Michael, where
a fire broke out at the house of
Matilda Taylor, The fire destroyed
‘a part of a side and shed roof,
but the Brigade got the flames
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THIS WEEK’S
SPECIAL

PEANUT CAKE

Ge. each

B freita tg
AKERIES MisTW.

DIAL 4758

I JAMES STREET

\ Garage Ltd., Telephone 4504.

ian ecient
dar manth, PYE BATTERY ust a few left,
FO SRT tes Gg DI ashi BIT RADIO EMPORIUM

$62.50 POCKET MONEY ensily earned}



whether suggestions should be in-
vited upon this subject. Ne
similar opportunity is likely tc



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



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Ali ieeaiie 7. ESTATE




























| @ From Page 5
| _“HARCLIFF” in st. 7
FoR SALE Christ Church (on the ott rinsing on which say, members of the
AUTOMOTIVE | * The house. ie Gas of ss Kiouse, and defied any member
ce of done oni Me ot the to that the Hospi
_CAR—One (1) Studebaker (Champion) ete ne dining: rooms ont
perfect run “z order, BP. C, ? dow irs, ie eee w!
MABYED & Co. lade Phone 2787. , ee water “upstairs,

Usual “vonve-

peered qQUarters and garage in yard
fe ehore Phy eee, Pe ae.
20th 1967 at 2 pom at at oe Sites” a
CARRIN

15.6.52—t.t.m of Attacking the speech
"CAR — Vauxhall Velox, iittie sg, Adams when he
owner-driven, good as new, Di 476 .





‘

ittaRiapg lilahttar tig titn nm mnt
CAR—Doi ea Pirst-c'
owner-dr b2

Dodge
genditien and
+16.



ee

CAR Morse Oxford 1932 Model un,
der 3,000 miles. $2,600.00 Dial 4616
Courtesy Garage. 19.6.52—an

Nie eet

‘Ate-Morris Oxford 1950 Medel’ in Al

eondition, Courtesy Garage. Dial aps
6.52

“Oxford” Sa-
loon in excellent condition, mileage law,
tyres and by me, like new, iced “to
sell. For Tiher particulate apey
Chelsea Garage (1950) Ltd. Phene 4
19.6, 52—2n.

CARS--Morris Oxford be ry» Foca ng
“finor 4-Doegr Salgon, Wolse
Austin A-40 Saloon, Reeondi ae More
ds Cowley l0cwt. Pick-Up. For good
used cars, see Fort Royal ora et

DWELLING
are feet of land attac! ee

, Christ Chureh

sual
water install

Pitan
Ince,
hetween the hours of 11 4.1m. read at

2 above Sey house will be set
up for sale by public competition at our
Office, James Street, on Pricay 27th June
instant at 2 p.m. RWOOD & BOYCE,

Solicitors.

13.6.52—9n.

CAR—Gie 1851 Morris

z At “ ie ‘am
Telephone 4504. by buble 68 lersigned

New Morris Model J Cab over Engine | N9- Bridge.
1deewt, Vans eo N town, naar many’ ot June

a Teage sor re Se

10-ewt.
Tent for fast “ier Selvers- Fort Royal a it Co.

‘est India Rum

Pinas aco

13.6.52—dn,

ELECTRICAL

eee EEE
Just received new shipment oi of f Gerrard



iat Bears

come down from
Conservative tuna not a
bour or Socialist Government.

156.984 | | hoesapoed Automatic Changers at P. C. UCTION ence and persuasive t t aries
ore FS wate Born | *. MABPEI & CO: LIPD., Radio Emporium. Al the senior member for St. Joseph, ge. pecreernk eee
from. Rediff 26 recommenda ; 15.6.52-1.f.9./ TF will sel at Victoria} The people are experie



hy;

Street, on Friday oath 12 noon, Gents. | harder ‘hos. and every day they t lead to some disunity in the







missing Ministerial Status as



PUBLIC SALES | Members Criticise Government's Delay

it
was possible to go.
“If I were as Sentimental as the

f
Junior Member for St. George,”

he said, I would point out that
kon over a period. at yeety i hae

succeeded in the rule
of the privileged only to
ger the rule of Mi ‘stented Status

is p,actically shattered tonight.”

Resignation
he would be

ce”
would resign. That was the only
way Constitutional Government
could be carried on.
They had come bg with all the
which had been

they were trying to destroy

Conservatives and they had got
in such a habit of m such
ee that they just followed

on When Mr, Bevin differed from
Mr. Attlee, he got up and said so
resigned. But the following
night he would be careful to
point out that that was not to be
taken that he would vote against
nitney. told the’ : le they were
y @ peo} ey
working together harmony,
then the Government came along
with a major matter—the whole
establishment of the Civil Service
and the full support was not be-

Ladies Children Pyjamas, Lacivs Tonks of the Civil Service. There
4 hear and read in the ee of ing iven.
15,6.52—t.f.m. pientsnw nk, Sine ings ee A the newspapers. of this or are many ment Demarest, Mr Mg it the Honourable Member
a rp rrnnnnnnn et REE, ies House Coats, General] leader in various parts of athe on my right (Mr. F. i. Walcott)
FURNITURE phenol Pert ts, Binges.| world being catapulted si ectly tru he said.
Car Parts, Tools, Failet Fixtures,| Power. ‘The people of Bevbados ' He aa oe it would be more “It is nothing more than inferior-
Sn Ck cecein Eee dee Mower, $4 pieces lumbory 6 iron} will not be always asl The hene*cial to train some of the ity complex.
[ina ene filin ‘rawer all of cedar 8 feet long, hath & 35 Plo: people put you here d= Ys snerens fill tech- | They were saying that every-
| wittt solid mahogany swivel fies, Galvanize eats, Ci pipe, lead! oq bre ad, but this Resolution is sts, fears -
a panel & other posts,
chair, Suitable for office executive. wee rma ae, « a “stone” wan the neetes of the m owalieeet.
Price $160.00 Phone 3406 7.0,52—4n, | 9°0'S., TREES ENZIE Auctioneer. | He ad the senior mem: were in- He had been visited by no
MISCELLANEOUS 6.52—8n.| her for St. Joseph’ has confidence one. othe bors ould be closed on the ma! before them. But
in his people, ut but, Mr. Vaughan to qualified ed people . froin the Uni- 7 B hag we mand out te the | eumwes
COTTON SEERSUCKER—Fai warn e people's confidence in versities employees who ting
a ee 30 in. ay ad ten cheeh UNDER THE DIAMOND you is running out. 5 Teach the top h na want to stay House then, they knew what they
designs 38 in, wide all reduced to 3 HAMMER Returning to the Resolution, on over their time. were doing. T knew what
Street.” io.és2in. lnunes heen instructea by one of the My. Vaughan said he would not Mr. F. E. Miller urged Gov- they had to do on that matter and














vote one cent moré for a Head-



next the 19th at 2 p.m. ernment to. compromise the mat-





eee ant ein dnease. Dt es, Wane rc, vie 2 ners | manten, Sf Bae meneel Soe ORY Se, te Retoution will a suniar
eee " : coat, 3 suits, 20 coats, 8 prs. pants, ucational officer un’ e edu- of ion a ar
Uimited Dak 4a. eee faane fate hits, 2 waistcoats, 3’ white} cational policy ofthis colony, is,.Resolution affecting the lower
rere other items. TERMS CASH. ac ape refo! ied employees was sent down.
IRONS—Sad Irons No. 6 9.21 per| DARCY A. SCOTT, Auctioi regard to the technical Mr. J. E. T. Soames L), the
Tutchinson. @ Con bade ia) 62a ia me 14.6.55,—20. positions, ir. Vaughan ch og fd to speak -
9.6.52—4n, ot sinee a Coit Cee owe 4 aor
on was a four mem! gi - would soon ,
One Ovalling Mixer given gree wit 'INDER THE IVORY ee ment organisation, Barbados would shart ita under a grave
Se anaaet | hate or herwiae ara might try to recruit technical per- handica) After oy. ae rae ee tam the United States if said, the Comunissioner
your bills, Knight's Ltd. 18.6,88—3n- | piitisn Cou wil St «Warenela| sonnel fro e a
at SA Paha Whitepark , o8 Fri Fa June ; [those men were not available in well say he woul ee:
[BAD PAETOgurhien. of ren Hone: () 1947-10 FLP. mistin in perfect | the British Empire. eréases in the ee
vill be available to the general public workiig crdey, | Megson “for selling: One was —

new van acquired, Must be sold. Terms
cash. Sale at 2 p.m,
VINCENT GRIFFITH
Auctioneer,

Additional Cost that sto, Presume prerne
onal ‘Cos

on lg Bip report of ne Commit-

He referred to the additional jog oo whee | it was read that the

cost involved in a the salatice in junior branch of

‘salaries as proposed in ‘der, pares fo eompared favourably
ind said that the $180,000 would ‘ with other oe

‘for a Hmited period at the Steel
queen's Park, and may be purcha:

it le, each ‘between the hours of ®
am, and 4 p.m., exeept from il

im. to 12,30 p.m,
19.6,52—3n



UNDER 'THE DIAMOND





The Honourable Member for

langua;
perhaps not intenti
There was only one
argument, an argument made by
the Senior Member for Christ
Church, and even in making it he
had to put in some nasty remarks.
The ent

” that he could afford to pay more
taxes and there were many others
who could afford to pay more
teem but were not pushed to pay

It had been the intention of the
Severna: in the absence of

iateesipnria Li iagoteip roth acne ie a one would proposed Fiscal Survey &
Saehae, ae bauer HAMMER Sacer at Jeoe ots ae Hho foie That presen the fallen, pookerennd
eet y week, ani ce it his duty no e in- the ral financi:
Heroe te Meta. toeden. cot a blong with the wah ite yea wil useful purpos aie : caamee wi! ol the weeny oe country. The
tact; kan Gale, efo Advocate Co, Ltd ti Palma, ‘sa e want- observed that with + memorandum been prepared.
Local Representative, Tel. g118, | invurane “Go. Mi FN a ter sth éd to make his es cme a “e,° se, some undo med It was a long document, we 150

-@. -f-8. | hand galvan sheets while wou - in remain- pages.
“BANICANS—Kitehea Sanicans with ; a As REORT it. pared vote the salaries of the iw * posts while min short, he said, they knew
tcpron Liver whieh. pens lid, Rembv= i tethnical personnel, he could not qualified persons came and went. their financial position when the
ble enamelled inner pall for ensy Su in Replying, % G. ii. Adams Fiscal Survey came. On that
Witthined ace Led weed Se : ‘ ; py oa heads of depar first spoke - co oe ore be ee but = for

bas 19.6, » aised ar, 2
* ~ ____ 6.81 | Taq Grenade Dies CONCETOGM. hie all to iy, the Se for the answered, they " could afford it.
e ave a
. PKHS. 42e. aus Jacob's Sone (From Our -Qwn_ Correspondent) ths nour D but “said, * ty. He said he did not now - it pay had sinendy voted it.
; : : ‘arty, here that member got the ide ble

atiate 1,20. These prices are good G ADA, June 17 where go
intl the end of month, Knights Ltd. tired | 21800 allegiance to the ‘5,000 from, but no col advertised imagine that they would come to

18,6.52—n, See - See an ae ry ople who sent me to this Cham- until’ recently in the West Indies the House with a flimsy scheme
siciassenneaesinhseninarmaneinwapinetons ree especially medi- r eight weeks of know
LIQUOR -LICENSE NOTICE} which he served 38 years, died bers spoke ‘were Cro’ a
IQ application of Richard C. Nel»| early this morning at the Colony Like Ose Ses wee poo thats done by the wn that the back benchers were pre

on shopkeeper of Collymore Hooks before him, he snoney

Hospital. Ailing over a year, the



S f 3 Government for the
jul granted te John B Sesie ‘im xe. | deceased eight years ago survived) considering the lower paid em- aily press and in technical
pect — e 4. seca Boned and -shinglp ace illness aoe neg, reeumns ployees of the Government Ser- als.
1 et a leh Bo ae lr tae in ,|work for a_ perio e flags| vice, and said that no harm could e like the Junior Member
Taner Neca ae a dime presse (OL, mak mass houses a > be done if Government deferred for St, Luey and Senior
ier ov, ty amen | ml gory tow sme | conser of ue anes Memb, he hue oe
te ee Magistrate, Dist. ian: Roman Catholic Church was aad unestablished staff — those po oats ‘ of oak
largely attended, the corpse’! people who suffered most—were himself—l things t down
“for licant, |tying in state in the church,| considered and put before the their throats. That a he
Js “ate “Eiscaning, Sourye ts hp )rnawe hel devoutly, se xv 4% .| Howse. He objecting to the Aetting would pass saige, lait he would

two hours earlier. He leaves two

p of any new commission
sons—Gregory being an Agricul-

and say that the Honourable member
said that the e col

e for St. John had seemed to think

jald at Police Court, District “A” on
Vonday the 30th day of June, 1952 at

1 o'clock, a.m, Gals heakanens que, 4 ssistant, and four meh, ees. wi bc T thet he (Mr, Adams) would set
“‘atorg AY aughters, a officials, rather than ~ about a swan song. It
Pear Matinee ‘Ss tove.te—in, Hon. F. C, Noel aud R. C. P.|{y hold out a promise to the was just conceivable but not on

ates

re Moore the Legislature’s del smaller employees, a adgthing he had said.

Gl UOR LIC SE E NOTICE at the Conference of the West! It was entirely and gro: “un- es saying, he sai
race AEN REMOVAL) Indian C.P.A. Branches, leave to-| fair to say that the unesta! d that 1° soere ae of a
‘The application of Monica nitney morrow for Jamaica via Trinidad.| staff should not be considered Labour bo: ‘uaa'e gone as near



7

of . Davids, pure

ft ‘of Liquor License No. 1017 of i988
wanted to Kenneth Smith, in respect
>f a board and galvanized shop attached
to residence at Walls Tenantry Ch, Ch.
within District “B" for iasion 10
ase remove the said license at a eare
snd shingled and eenae buildin

st. Davids, Ch., within Dist rit
3° and to use the sald Heense at such
last described premises.

Dated this 1th day of June, 1952.

‘or W. RUDDER Esq.
Police Magistrate, District “B".
LYALL BEST.
for Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be con-
vdered at the Licensing Court to be
held on Monday 2th day of June, 1952
ato. o'clock a.m., at Police Courts
“ei

Dist.
WwW. RUDDER,
Police Mabistonte,

rvs you cliscovere
these delicious
Biscuits ?

te you have not tasted
‘Ovaltine’ Biscuits you
have a treat in store. You
will find them so erisp, so fe
delicious, so sustaining.

dl’ - Keep your
children...

ey


















The B’des Automobile
Diving School

Their exceptional nourish-
ing qualities and distin-

HALTBORANGE ¢

aiode atace: bu Aho ‘Wanton evalnpie guished flavour are due to the eatcbuliding a . oe

and easy way to beceme @ com- the high quality of their +

vetent artnet. ; : ; . mins A & D—ensures strong bones

rae inciples of a vehicle je ingredients, Wh h iachide resistance to illness.
ay oO

a proportion of ‘Ovaltine’
—the world’s most pop-
ular food beverage.

every
going on the road which helps | ee
build your confidence, To cope
with our crowded
streets,
Twenty-six years’ practical ex-
ic,

now over

perience aa a c agian "
and holder of a Driver's License For all occasions there
for twenty-three years, all this is nothing quite so

is now placed at pupils’
advantage .

Enrol Te-day to Drive
B.A.DS. Way

For further particulars
me ROR

oT dainty and appetizing as

* Ovaltine * Biscuits.

the

HALIBUT OIL

a,
Tnstractor.
N.B.--Speoial arrangenients made

for parties having their
own cars

Packed ia airtight aud damp-prant
cartons ta retain their deliahefial
crispness aust favour’.

Notice of Application
for Naturalization.

Mace mm Engiaw

I ALLEN & HANBURY>



P.C.276B









Notice is hereby given
that Jerzy Jozef Jan Tad-
eusz Klimezynski of “Fer-
nihurst” Deacons Road St.
Michael, is applying to the
Governor for Naturalisa-
tion, and that any person
who knows any reason why
naturalization should not be
granted should send a
written and signed state-
ment of the facts to the |

Good quality KHAKI PANTS, all Sizes

$5.49

Colonial ore



0.6.52—20. | PALMETTO ST.

De ee eB 22

_aaeaeranan

wus









criticised Agents, lority of vacan- pared
delay in cies Wise’ ebuatloes for in the



STRONG

Soe peiidens sult Genes be RE He
full of energy ...have a real zest
. if you give them

muscles, increases
Children love taking Haliborange—
the pure halibut oil is blended with

brain Tr’s
nny adults too.

THE NICEST WAY OF TAKING

goood f,

SERVICE TO THE MEN OF BARBADOS

to fight.
“J challenge them,” he said,
“Let us go to the country. The
country know us, They have
seen us too to believe that
we are lettin em down.”
What was the difference, it was
being said, they gave the fellows
at the top and not at the bottom.
It was never intended, but as
soon as one was touched the
other had a grievance, they would
neconsamly. ae 5 the npr
'o cor a wrong pipeseion,
he said that he had said that al-
though the Fiscal Survey might
not be rosy it could not bankrupt
them if they went on with that.
He added that as far as cost of
living was concerned, had
decided to leave it in abeyance.













by

{TD.. LONDON, E.2



Each

RELIANCE SHIRT DEPOT.

PHONE 4764



THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1952
Divers To Investigate
Swedish Plane Wreckage

STOCKHOLM, June 17.

Divers prepared to go down to the bottom of the Baltic

Sea, weather permitting today, to investigate the wreckage

of the Swedish Dakota which newspa: aneere.¢ angrily charged
was another victim of Soviet fighter plan

Public indignation over yesterday’s shooting down of

the Catalina flying boat reached fever pitch which saw

crowds jeering at Soviet officials and burning Communist

newspapers. The Swedish press generally voiced suspicion

that the Dakota in plying Classroom” met the same fate as

«
pee det said that the

the unarmed Cataling =
Conservative Svenska Da;

Dakota was

attempt to keep the Swedes from
Guaeeering the Dakota’s fate, The
Swedish Airforce earlier had said
the theory could not be dismissed.

was searching for it.
Red Nydag printed official Com-
munigues but refrained from
identifying attacking jets.
Helsinki Communist Vapa San a
took the questioning line of ‘Why
search for the plight of the
Swedish planes in the same area
where the Soviet Union had war
manoeuvres? Stockholm non-
Communist press was angry.
Liberal Stockholm eee
said “Do Russians believe they
are masters of the Baltic and may




Moscow radio still did not com- allow their fliers to act like



toda: Communist press gangsters? In that case they are
eet Sot aes seemed at 8 victims resounding political
loss as to what to say. Stockho! stupidity.”—U.P.

SHIPPING NOT

<9 9OS SS TFISTIOOSSSTSS
ONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, yaw
= ZEALAND ‘LINE The M.V. “CACIQUE DEL
CM.A.N.Z. CARIBE” ‘will accept Cargo
Passengefs for St. Lucia,

8. is Vincent, Grena and Aruba,
sail from Port Pirie May giith, saaoes Sailing Tuesday i7th inst. ems
June sith, ‘Brisbane Duly eh TER eee ies “aa bee

bout August 6th. ton Dominica, Antigua, Mont
additio: general eargo serrat, e" - eee
ing anal moe for ehilled nd hard Sailing Friday 20th inst.
"ee dene re, ae ak pomgnegte vat
Cargo accepted on Hero Sila, of ot accep’ e “eS ation ‘ c
transhipment at , . Montgerra
ri juiana, Leeward and Windware Peuee = ‘ Kitts, '
further particulars apply— BW... owners’

vm WJseOClAHION GNC)

WITHY @ CO., LTD.,
FOR TRINEDAD. . Consignee — Tele. No, 60¢7

NEW YORK SERVICE.
A STEAMER sails 20 June-errives Barbados ist July.
NEW ORLEANS SERVICE.

ae oe Sails Sth June—arrives Barbados 21st Sunes
x Skane June—arrives Barbados 5th July.

1 a eee a ner a AS

CANADIAN SERVICE





. ’
ce ‘ Montreal Arrives Barvades
°.3, “THY e ee May 19th 5th
S.S. “TISTA” .. 2. May 30th J 14th
8.8. ae POINTER” sue iP J tn
yyy une / ,
“A STEAMER” 7 July 1th * July 26th
NOBSTHBOUND
ea ne

ROBERT THOM LTD. NEW YORK & GULF SERVICE
Apply:— DA COSTA & CO.,LTD. CANADIAN SERVICE

Just opened a fine assortment of
cnr. Broad & Tudor Sts.

STANLEY BUTTS and HINGES



THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM

Corner Broad and Tudor Streets



PLASTIC ITEMS

IN ALL COLOURS

KITCHEN SCOOPS CRUET SETS
+ GRATERS GLASSES

BOWLS FUNNELS

CUTLERY TRAYS EGG TIMERS

LIME SQUEEZERS

ge SEE OUR SELECTION

GENERAL HLA RD W ARE svreties

RICKETT eames (Opposite Post Office)

. Annee “et

PHONE 4918



Two Special Lines among the
many others we have just

opened.
THEY ARE TWO BARGAINS.

04 inch ANDAR CREASE RESISTING

é

SUITING
at $3.52 Per Yard.

White, Parchment, Dawn, Pink, Tiger
Gold, Jewel & Bermuda.

SHARKSKIN at $2.80 per ya.

Shades Dawn, Pink, Tiger Gold, Jewel,
Bermuda & White.

Shades

A. E. TAYLOR LTD.

Coleridge Street.

WHERE THERE ARE NO PARKING PROBLEMS
And where - - - -

QUALITY IS HIGH
— and :—
PRICES ARE LOW
So Dial 4100
_—_—_————— eee



Neer, SMNENZART II

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PAS nT RS a mT ee SUNDAY ADVOCATE = ‘ SUNDAY, AUGUST 3, 4952
r - Na _ ees
Gy ASSI FIED ADS FOR WANTED | LOST & FOUND HOME-STUDY COURSES FOR ,
i
® a } ———————_— -————— ———_—_—— |
ON os } i
TELEPHONE 25) NE . a Soot aiieerans CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL & HIGHER SCH. CERT. ’
AN AP. te At Pe 2 oe A SECRET - For the S.p.C ' oo Cc ee oe PP No. |
sea, near ‘ : children. | Someone of re: bie age and with the 9887. Barbarees Plaza heatre. Finder Wolsey Hall, Oxford, can successful pare
DIED FOR SALE Apply on premises to Miss Dougias. true interest of animals. at Beart, ‘This kindly return same to the Advocate Ad- tions; also for London Salrenten Boe ae og
3.8,82—I1n | post carries an honorarium, 3 8 52—2n, vertising Department. 3.8 52—In. | Sen Dis' a = ene of over \eaer h e
. “ qustam. comers esauilisaisie-nahpieneaeaimnagiimsatitiieadintanniae ccmtenmmattetciatity - a 5 rate s, instalments. tus
NICHCLS—Rey. James Richard Nichols Attractive seaside Flat main road lias-|--A FEMALE BOOK-KEEPER requiged! ONE B.T.C. RACE TI —Series amination) free from C.D. Parker, M.A.. LL.D., Director of St
The funeral will leave his late resi AUTOMOTIVE tings, comfortably furnished, English| experience of Journal entries 4nd HHH No. 9011. Finder piease return to
dence Lynwood, 10th Avenue, Belle Bath, Open Verandah facing sea. Suitabie | Ledger Balancing essential. Apply by Joseph Mayers, Worthing View, Christ.
ville this afternoon at re sor * one person (or couple). From August 1. letter stating experience to A.B.C, ¢/a! Church, 3 8 52—I1n.
Gh ; OO OOO lephone 2949. 52+. £3 SS
Ta Ueuloucy Conmabtsye Friends are ba a ee ee iauian he Wiease bi : ; ig MEE CO Ltd. 1.8 ‘| BTC. RACE TICKET—Series YY No.
asked to meet at the Cathedral. . fae’ iadabuer Street, reha. 28. an BUNGALOW—At Brighton, Black Rock. CIRL. wanted to work treadle machine, | 9613. Brittong Hill Road, Finder kindly | ,*) ce.
Jessie Nichols, Kenneth N melt, eo) eee Leal all modern conveniences, 3 rooms. 'Appiy Vernon Walcott, Tweedside Rd. return to the Advocate Advertising De- | TT
2 Rong cae Helen pieeeth. ae i CAR—1951 Blac Biack Hillman Minx, 15,000 prow Be. 8. Cools, next m, a = 3 8 52—1n. | Partment. 3 8 52—Iinz |} SHIPPING NOTICES °
? . : 52——1n “ton me ; pai c 2—in. | -———_————___________. | —____ | .
Rl hon, en — ee a get Bia eh OO | | MAM) WANTED — Apply: Barbados| _DOG—One Small Fox Terrier dog wjth ewes AF, F,V.A.
VAUGHAN—On Sunday, July 6th in . 31.7.52—4n. | _BUNGALOWS—at Gibb’s Beach, St, | Museum. 2.9.03—80., Black around eyes. Hae of dog
Brooklyn, U.S.A, Walter La Rosa aa - | Peter, “inanOut” suitable for coupie from Susie with collar around his neck.





Vaughan, gon of Mrs: Helen y faith | CAR,—Vauxhall 12 in good condition, | October 198%, “Restawile” 3 bedrooms

recently overhauled. Priced to sell, Cecii| {0 December . 1952, Both completely
and Cyril Vaughan. th ent ; t . Wesley Bayley, High Street.
Bna Vaughan (wifey Seer: uae eree 3 6 32—In- | Phone 2818. * "98 $2—-In
52 n eee
is CAR—Morris Oxford. Equal to new.
Mileage 2,500. Reasonable offer would be | , BENSAM—Unfurnished, from Ist Sept

Please Phone 4344, c/o Bata Shoe Store,
PUBLIC NOTICES |" &* *° & Bee Wome so on SOT co .
Natice.-is hereby given that the Fi PERSONAL
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The M/V “CARIBBEE” will
accept Cargo and Passengers for












SAILING FROM EUROPE


























































ecepte 2949 At Sheringham Gardens, Maxwell'’s| Annual General Meeting of the Yo SS. _BOSKOOP, ist August, 1952 nic Antigua, Montserrat, , a oa
THANKS j nopheeee, SheEN G oan Coast. Attractive wall Bungalow, 3 bed-| Men's Progressive Club Inc., ,will me The public are hereby warned against | “-S BONAIRE, 8th August, 1982. "I Nevis ana st. Kitts. “Sailing
CAR—Humber Hawk in perfect condi- | 19°M5. Garage and _ Servants’ room. | held on Wednesday 27th August 1952 at| giving credit to my. wife, Millicent |™@-S. STENTOR, 22nd August, 1952. - Thursday 31st, inst. ioe sth FOR SALE
tion. Apply E. H. Farmer, Andrews | @90d Sea bathing. Phone S. Daniels/ 2.20 p.m at Club's headquarters, | Boyee (nee Callender) as T do not hold|â„¢-S-. HERA, 26th August, 1952, bs i
LLEYNE-—We the undersigned also beg] Plantation, St. Joseph. Phone 95-267 4161 for appointment. 3.8.52-—t.f.ns -Betkles Road myself responsible for her or afyone SAILING TO EUROPE The M/V “MONEKA’ 3a
- Peaalcane agik. aitcare thank mae ao ae , 3.8.52-4n | — — ‘otices. of , motions .must*be received |clse contracting any. debt: or debts in | M.S. WILLEMSTAD, 12th August, 1952 accept. Cargo and Passengers. ‘ te
ote ates ba co ieee oben yates gy OUI a MRED SSSR SAREE Ea CROMER—Bay Street. Apply Miss| by the undersigned not later than Mon-!my name unless by a -written order | 941LING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBG Dominica, Antigua, . Montserrat,
Biede and’in any other wwr they ex- | CAR—Austin A.4O. 8,500 miles. Excel-|2tandan, “Lyndhurst,” Beckles Ra. day, 11th August, 1952, signed by me. AND BRITISH GUIANA Nevis and St. _ LAND, TWEEDSIDE ROAD—On
brewed their auiiathy to us through | ent condition $1,900 nearest. Tele- 3.8 52—2n. | YOUNG “MEN'S a Te CLUB EDRICK BOYCE, . = Oak Fa el ae Friday, 8th August, 1952, ae zeae swith me iantage
” . . rs . @ eS — ; Lio: . 3 . . bumust,, 2 rs jen! situation ‘or usiness
the death of Mrs. Annie August’ | hone S214 or 4490. 3.8.58-In | FlAT—One Furnished Flat at Dundes, Acting Rarratants ee {.S. STENTOR, 5th September, 1952. : premises. Total area 18,738 ft.
Alleyne, especially the everend an i St. Lawrence. Suitable for 8 only. Avail. 7 a eae SAILING TO TRINIDAD 6 GUMAGAO BW. SOROONER of} a.
Se ee ee. Paaen oe CAR-—1950 Vauxhall Wrvern. Owner | able July 18th onward. Phone 8240 : /|S.S. BOSKOOP, 18th August, 1952, ASSOCIATION (INC) BUSINESS RREMISES--DWELL-
Church (Kew! : riven, exeellent condition, (Bargain). 3.8.52—1.f.n arn M.S. HERA, 15th September, i952 Cc: ae DEEL
Victor Alleyne (son), Loretta Year Apply Williams Court opposite Sayes NOTICE NOTICE nsigneeL HOUSE, ROE. CK Tr.
wood (daughter) Ethel (Prescod surt, Government Farm, Ch. Ch, Bus “WLAT & HOUSE FGip furauhed, Bt & HOUSE—Fully furnished, St. IMPERIAL OPTICAL CO., LTD. COMBERMERE SCHOOL 58. P. MUSBON, SON & CO., LTD Tele. —1 0 im 4041 aie e4 ‘ae r oP, in
Walcott, Rhoda (Prescod) Evelyn] Stop in front. 3-8.52—1m | Lawrence on-Sea, Phone 2503, * Bridgetown, Barbados The following is the list of successful Agents ' ; _ yen etiess
(sisters N.Y.}, Rev, Isaac Alleyne 20.3.52—t.f.m. | Weuld like to inform otr Customers | C@a%didates for Open Entrance to Com- SWEETFIELD, St. Peter — An
N.Y., George Alleyne, N.Y USED CARS--We have an assortment that we will be closed to business for | bermere School. Lists of candidates for se -b
3.8.52—1n [of really good bargains including Vaux- 5

rail Velox, Austin AMO, Wolseley 12 h.p., | ROOSEVELT MANOR--On | the sea,

ALLEYNE—Mr. Ebenezer Alleyne anc | MG Sedan, Chrysler. Dial Courtesy Gar- aeeranes aa Asse, |e eee
y # " all, St te 4616. 3 8 52—6n er ” 5
family at “Rosebank”, Bush Hall, ut Apply: “Elise Court”, Hastings,

our annual holidays from Monday 1ith| Y@Fious scholarships have already been estate type House —Dullt of pions.

eerie eesaieenpsiananeniannsinneednRsSNSERRIENSSISEIENISEemnsion

® s s Contains large living room with
August to Saturday 30 Au t, 195g, | Submitted to scholarship awarding dow: head!
All Types of Browline Peabo Avatiouhe, authorities, and successful candidates for ana all a 10n B ps covered. ‘wees h vie of

2.8.52—2h, | those scholarships will be notified ‘n Covered. verandahe..with _yinw. of |































































a ; 7 sea. 3 bedrooms, kitchen, store-
wane, ew eamiee. Menee to §2—t. fin. NOT aus ae Sekt ane rooms and wt ae”
al, 4 deen epeiersp penises : LU garage and serv: juarters.
wreaths, letters and cards ot _ st ELECTRICAL KIMBOLTON, corner 2nd Avenue ICE j a tee be Seenos SOUTHBOUND Approx 2% a well laid ‘out
or ie ay pe ve Serceress ussist- Belleville & Pine Road. Three Bed- ‘ 4. GRAHAM Vaan Hichasd pe artke. Sails eg with 4 ot way over
ie BSB, ete —————_—_____--. | rooms and usual conveniences. Vacant. otice to Customers and the general Pt ? omtres ax Boston each.
Augusta Alleyne which occurred 0 | “)Plectric Oscillating Fan — Price | lossession immediately. Apply Hutch-| public: The Variety Sandal. Shop has} 2° eee ee en oe Ses aga CHALLENGER 22 July 25 July — 3 Aug.
the 27th July 1952 3.6.52—In 7 45.00, 1 Electric Oscillating Orbit Fan | inson & Banfield, James Street been removed to No, 37 Swan Street.| 7° CLEMENTS, Winston Alarthur oa a sink hears BP 8p LAug. 4Aug. 6 Aug. 15 Aug. VILLA VICQUE, St. VINCENT
Canin wW The Crichlow, McCo 200.00, 1 Electronic Strobe Light. For | 2,8.52—2n.| The Shopping Centre. Business carried| g° HARRIS, Brie Harcourt © CANADIAN Soh mn 12 Aug. 15 Aug. — Aug. — Beautifully situated housé built
CRICHLOW—The Crichlow, McConny nd} pi rticulars; Phone 4620. 97.7.52—312 | ee nenimaieninpeetes FOI og) ual, 3.8.52—-1n.\| “g McCOLLIN, Cecil Athelsta ZONSTRGCTOR 22 Aug. 25 Aug. — 3 Sept. ef local stone with magnificent
Trotman family express their grateful od | .AS CAMPANAS” — Furnished from eS 10. HENRY, Halos Wi “ye in LADY RODNEY is r. 3 Sept. 6 Sept 8 Sept. 17 Sept. view, onky 3% miles from Kings-
appreciation for the professional ay :.C. REFRIGERABOR, 4 cubic ft. |16 Aug. situated 3rd Avenue Belleville, NOTICE i. ALLEYNE, owt PPebocn ey CANADIAN CHALLENGER 12 Sept. 15 Sept. — 24 Sept. town, 100 yards Aquatie Clud
and understanding givens to ae. at irst class condition, attractive bargain | containing. 3 fadrosut, Living PAR 1s ee rit Dd ib LADY NELSON =v 4 22 Sept. 25 Sept. . 27 Sept. 6 Oct. Beach with excellent swimming.
Edward Rhodes Crier ow ott thank| Price for a housewife. Apply: L. & H, | Kitchen, Bath, Toilet with Front and| eee io ST. THOMAS 13. BRATHWAITE, Colin Patrick x ! 3—4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large
Falr, Sherbourne, St Fenny and an Villar, Reed Street, Dial 2782. Back Verandahs. Garage, Washroom, je Paroc! ia Office will be closed 14, INCE. Cyril Mauri ic ORTUBOUND 1 lounge (23 x 15), verandah
all for their many kindnesse in 2.8.52—2n. | Servants’ Room with Bath and Toilet |? Tuesday 5th August and Tuesday 12th i8. SMALL. Ronald rin Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives 207 x 18), and usual outbuildings
expressions of sympathy tendered then in yard. For Particulars phone 3726. August. ae sy d Erin Barbados Barbados Boston Halifax Mentreal etc:
on bis demise. 3.8,.52—1r NEW WOODWORKING MACHINERY 3.8. $3—-8n F. F. PILGRIM, it, oe Et meee aristeh LADY RODNEY x: ae 7 Aug. 9 Aug. 19 Aug. 20 Aug. 23 Au
i — Ona ‘(i 18" CHRntin: Baw. eormpiate | ce Parochial Treasurer. | 17. ann Ske ee CAOe elas eR 15 Aug. 20 Aug. — RAI Se COVE SPRING HOUSE, ST.
MORGAN—We the undersigned through] with motor. One (1) 16” Jointer and| “REYNAN” — Hastings. For particu- 2.8.52—3n. 18, .HROWNE, Clive Vernon CANADIAN CRITEES’ ‘ 28 Aug. 30 Aug. 9Sept. 1 4 + JAMES — One of the few prop-
et meadivm. do oe MK sano Planer complete with motor. For further | lars, phone 3950. 2.8.52—-2n, 20. BYNOE, Carlo Dennis CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR 38 Sore 10 Sept. ae 23 Sept. erties on this popular coast with
thanks to all those kind friends who} jarticulars apply to Law & Connell. eae Ake Lines ept. 19 Sept. — Sept. 2 Oct. a completely private and secluded
so kindly assisted at the funeral of 2.8.52--3n : NOTICE o: Geaet oe er r ee smar red ROpUES + ss 30 Sept. 2 Oct. 11 Oct. 12 Oct. 16 Oat. bathing beach. The grounds of
Annie Melville Morgan. Be a ele ee as ae PUBLIC SALES PARISH OF ST. PETER . GUMBERBATCH Wikerea 1 ANADIAN CHALLENGER 6 Oct 8 Oct. — 21 Oct. 24 Oct. about 1% acres are well wooded
Estelle Thompson (sister), Arthur Mor St. 23. : red Hugh LADY NELSON + - 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 30 Qet. 31 Oct. 4 Noy. and could
‘ ene PYE PORTABLE RADIOS—Cambined During the month of August the|24. REED, Vernon O’Neale ' sot fentile. be ceceeted
far qyrrother!, USA. The | Vaushiy | Electric Mains and Self Contained Dry Parochial Treasurer's Office days will be| 25. ARCHER, Alwyn Addison fis? cee Ok ne. Mew Sears oe
Family. 5.8.52-—1n | Battery Operation, Price $120.00, P. C. S as follows: i For furth n ‘a | the Island. The house is of 2
Maffei & Co., Ltd. 1,.8.52—+.f.n. S ae or further particulars, apply

Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Saturdays from 10 a.m, to 12 noon
Signed G. S. CORBIN.

2.8.52—3n.



storeys and possesses noticeable

GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents. ||| oo

ll, GRAEME HALL TERRACE
—Recently built 2 storey house
constructed of stone with everite
roof. Large living room, gallery,
3 bedrooms, kitchen, laundry, 2
servants" rocms and garage.
£38,000.

SEA FORT, ST. JAMES — Care-
fully re-modelled 2 storey house
on one of the most attractive sites
in this increasingly popular area

IN MEMORIAM REAL ESTATE

REFRIG: TOR — One second-hand
Electrolux (Lamp) A-1 condition, ice

ceigiplaipiincneaneemvaetptntimmenctilniiainiapees
eS o catch, Apply: L. & H. Millar, ed + )
ALLEYNE—In loving memory of Laure | Street. Dial 2791. 2.8.52—2n, BRIGHTWOOD" situate on the seaside

t St. Ww b i, h, stand
Alleyne. Died August 4, 1947. ‘a os "Swe saase tebbat land.
a grave and quietly sleeping The Ho:

use contains three bedrooms,
here the green grass gently waves LIVESTOCK drawing, dining and living room, garage
Lies the one we loved so dearhy





NOTICE
‘ PARISH OF ST. PHTLIP

Applications for one or more Vacan
St. Philip’s Vestry Exhibitions tenabie





















CHANCERY SALE :

The undermentioned property will be set up for sale at The Registration Office,
Public Buildings, Bridgetown, between 12 noon and 2 p.m. for the sum and on
the date specified below. If not then sold, it will be set up on each succeeding

Friday at the same place and during the same hours until sold. Full particulars
on application to me

ond servants’ rooms with electric light ao .
Bes ed ul lee in, Sata" aruba ringaton My |e Seok, Mie tata
= ae ne Spee aa | COW—One Heawy Dairy Cow — Good Sppoin t, Pare 8250 between the} than Ménday 18th August, 1952. ,
ver te ae [quality milk. Tel. 4164. 2.8.52—6n, | hours and 12 a.m, Candidates must be daughters of Par-
Seren oar sere eae Sones The above will be set up for sale at ishioners .in. straitened circumstancesy
wink Pani" Clonee eghaee Wiiws Public Competition on Friday, the 15th . B
. a > ie




































d must be over (9) nine years and . Beautiful coral and sand beach
lay of 2 p.m. at the} 4” as CLARENCE SAMUEL KING—Plaintift
ee 2b cin POULTRY + . a! BD, Oo pndes (11) years on the 15th September, and et and calm, ately a
en . a erandahs both
MAPP—In loving memory of our dear PEKIN DUCKLINGS—8 weeks old $3.00 | ¥ Lucas four a care eee fone on eee TMROPERTY. FIRSTLY ALL THAT. ceriain Disber ca waboel of land situate at Sorte ro gnd
Nephew Fred St. Elmo Mapp who de- |Dial 2704. 3.8 52—2n 27.7.52—10n the Parochial Treasurer's Office Yearwood's Gap off Black Rock in the parish of Saint Michael and servant's quarters, ser-
parted this life August 4rd, 1951, . 7 P § W. SCOTT Island aforesaid containing by admeasurement one rood twenty .
But xh ana ned jst to sore yey GRDALING— Stone wall Hage i Clerk to the Vestry, “ aeven perehve pr. Seeselae ee te ante #4, } Comnee
8 ars were all in vain Cattlewash, Bathsheba, Apply E. : i r on lands of one Arthur, deceased, on one Corbin on la
Happy angels came and “bore pase MECHANICAL Sachiae Raaedan,. dianention. yi Phone St. Pa sae of L, Cadogan and on a Public Road or however else the same may Commodious “hame. witty :¢..hed-
ol vr and pain. 95-267. 3.8,.52—4n

abut and bound and SECONDLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel rooms, large living room, wide
You are not forgotten Freddie dear hael










NEW BUNGALOW, ROCKLEY—- |

—_—— EO of land situate at Brighton Road in the parish of Saint Veransal with geeg vee, Siehen,
Nor will you ever be. Py yi gan! ry with 1305 Roll Ping |, MOSS-CLIFF—A newly — renovated NOTICE and Island of Barbados aforesaid containing by admeasu ery wer eovecas ae
£6: long as lite, £0 mpasbory last Tack. @x 5 Out Biles Molaas and-& we | Dee house, servants quart- ASSIGNMENT OF TRADE MARKS : + twenty and four fifths perches or thereabouts Abutting and bounding one oo

ALADIN

DIAMOND WHITE HEADLIGHT OIL
EXPEE

ESSO (new seript style)

. ers, rage, all modern conveniences, Golf Course £4,300.
Miss Dalton Moore, Mrs. Alice Phillips| “!!m Pack adaptor, Best Offer. Phone standing on nearly three acres of land
(aunts), Mrs, Alma’ Rae, Oliver Phillips | #!2- 30.7, §2-—Sn . :- NEWTON LODGE, MAXWELL
(comme), 3,8. 82. ~ | irrigated for kitchen gardening. Inspec COAST — © Solidly’ constructed
stone house containing enclosed
galleries, spacious. drawing room
and dining room, and breakfast

REMINGTON American and English |" amy day. Phone 104.

on lands of W. H. Leach on lands of Blanch Gittens on lands of
one Blackett on lands of Martha Bowen and on a Public Road or
however else the same may abut and bound Topetres 3%
messuage or dwellinghouse and all and singular other lings























































SS EEEIEEEEEEEEEEEnnEne ae 31 — r
MAPP--In loving memory of our dearly | "dels now in stock including Porta- eee ee itaieae UPSET peink atte on
beloyed nephew Fred St, Elmo Mapp 00%: Standard and Long Carriage. Phone | “Goo op fi jected spots at Blue SeeOotatt pore Date of Sale, 15th August, 1952 '
departed this life on August 3rd,} (075. A. S. Bryden & Sons (Barbados) Me OF SAGORE SY SOTONER BUEN. BS ES BSSOTANE - yee as . H. WILLIAMS. room, 3 bedrooms, 2 garages etc.,
va Hepa € n Bust 3rd. tag 9. 8.52--2n Waters wracé Roekley 12,600 sar REGAL CROWN zt Vv. A.W RGUSON : 4 Lately occupied by U.S. Consul
I ‘ : : > a aE oe ee hae, WEE ht of way ta sea. Apply UNIFLO Z » Ae . FE Hy Registrar-in-Chancery, + or.
ert ee ee CE PHONE 4075 for your Office Kaw A. F. Jones & Co., High Street. Phone WICO (with name West India oi] Trinidad Terrazzo expert, special- July, 1982, 000. d ot
Steal | erasures no one cH) -equirements. Our*range includes - a: : 2B 8E— 88: TS Co.) ises in all kinds of Terrazzo ee RESIDENCE, FONTABBLLE —
Your death is a heartache noone ean | ‘NGTON Typewriters: and Adding Ma- | ~~ a Cwithin © seP
heal







SHARES FOR SALE Decorations at the cheapest cost.

WICO (block letters)
317 Knights Ltd. ©

2 Storey house with self con-
NOTICE IS HERREBY GIVEN, that

chines; GESTETNER Du ent une. tained annexe adjoining. Main
ra;

We miss you much, our hearts are| !!6e5i_ Filing Cabinets; pists

Trinidad or Italian Chips. 7

Phone 4476 or 0198 opposite Dan-

wide verandah, living « m, 2
roomy bedrooms and jarage.

PROPERTY enamide ae
| RESIDENCE, THE GARDEN,

WORTHING — Modern coral stone

sore, " house contains large living-_and
Tron Safes ete., A, 8. Bryden & Sons 433 B'dos Ice Co: Lid, Msso Standard Oil (Antilles) S.A. of IF RESULTS COUN’ rahi: gg
Hime goes by, we miss iyou more, | BAMAdes) LG. SE | bas Wh Biscuit tka pg Fine “Ghovimentioned wane | UTY Court, Ventnor Land, Ch. ! rooms, usual, offices, garage and

rE See .k. Biseu : : y ‘i i : ust 2
Goes not Pe ae eee Uae RIADIO—Six (6) Tube Pye Radio in| 130 Plantations Ltd. Inarks has assigned them with the good-| Ch, 1% \ When Buying or Selling servants’ ‘rooms. Annexe has
page —. do oak dente ne you serfect working order. A bargain at| 142 B'dos Shipping & Trading Co. Lid. ] will of the business conneeted therewith 3.8.52—2n.

to Esso Standard Oil, 8.A,, of Panama
aforesaid, by instrument dated 5th June,
1952

And all persons are warned against in+
fringing the said marks.

Dated this Ist duy of August, 1952.





60.00. Pho 8597 3.8. 52—2 The above shares will be set up dor

2 bath hard - ae, t whe these : ie > sale by public competition at our office, . 3

REN ea on hg ag ne :. er
t mn.

jl he cannee ae by PRuntie Ruby MISCELLANEOUS MOM 2 YEAR mt Ja < invites you to his

° mbe! ; 3 icitors

and Uncle Lindesay Perkins (Mr. & Mrs.), {|} ———__ 1

bungalow on corner site with



MAPP—In ever loving memory of my] Royal Yacht Club. 3.2.52—t.f.n.
only darling son Fred St. Elmo Mapp
who passed away August 3rd, 1951

4 i ide frontages. Pleasant garden,

— 3.8. 52—6n. COTTLE CATFORD & CO., A Ai q See - wii
Oli Ue Cae Sa ere Me Manis bi ads Grery, Corey tion, Biase, ‘ — acca PSSO STANDARD OIL. % NNU DANCE poems ren Regen megs
re ‘SA, papers planag cepy. jf china, olf Jews e Silver, Water-| The undersigned will offer for sale (A ), S.A. . ‘ © Sertaee. i 5 K
3.8.52—In |] -olours, Early books, Maps Autographs public tion at their office, E880 STANDARD OIL, 8.A. | ¥ MMOTT ruit trees, Accommodation com
ete., at Gorringes Antique op adjoining ms. 17, High tobi nageeowrn, on mat 2 2.8.52—2n. CECIL JE . prises large living room, covered

Friday, the 8th day of August 1952, at

2 p.m.

: Australian Cheese bo orai: hares of $1.00 each

per Ib at Griffith's Rockiey. Dial 4514. | jy BARBADOS COLOPERATWE BANK
2.8.52—2n, | LIMITED.

y 4 COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,
CLOCKS—Westminister Chiming Clocks . Solicitors,

» the world famed makers Kienzle — 1.8.52—6n.
A} weasomably priced, Alex Year woo, |
Jeweller, Bolton Lane. 3.8.52—1) | ‘The Cottage called VISBY” at EAGLE
HALL ROAD (obliquely opposite the
“BASAKOF" is a compound Cough |e trance to ‘“Waterloo"), St. Michael,
Medicine for relieving Coughs, Sore] with 33,078 square feet of land thereto,
Vhreats etc. in Pigs, Goats, Sheep,/.( which about 24, square feet are
Horses and Cattle, made by the wel-| .uttable for Kitehen ete,
\cnown. Manufacturers, Day Son & Hewitt] The house contains drawing and din-
Lid. Price 5/6 box. KNIGHT'S LTD ing rooms, Three bedrooms (one with

1.8.52—3n. | dressing room), Kitchen et¢. Electricity,
(great-aunts), Mrs. Leotta Watts, Ernest on one Government Water services in-

'

Barrow, Cameron Brathwaite, =| FORKS—Agricultural Forks made of}
Bentham, Felix Mapp, George = Best Steel and the right pattern at] ~yspection on application on the
t

gallery, 3 bedrooms with built-in
wardrobes, well fitted kitchen,
garage with covered way to house,
servants’ quarters’ and all usuab
offices. All public utility ser-
vices. This property carries our
highest recommendation.

IN CHANCERY & INCH MAR-
LOW, CHRIST CHURCH — These
two well constructed properties
together with approx. 4 acres of
coastland are open to offers either
as a whole or separately. 7

LYNCHBURY, BELLEVELLE —
Pieasantly situated 2 store house
with good grounds of _ about
12,500 sg. ft., 3 galleries, large
drawing room, dining room, stugly,









‘§ Music by Mr. Sydney Niles’
Music by Mr, SYDNEY NILEs’
Orchestra
ADMISSION — 2/-
< A Well Stock Bar — Dancing

+ from 9—3 a.m
% DRIVER OF M. 818
*

CHEESE — Ch

PROFESSIONAL NOTICE
DR. PRESCOD B. O'NEAL

begs to inform his Patients and General
Public that his office will be closed for
vacation as from Saturday 2nd August,
re-opening Monday 24th August. ¢
2.8,52—4n,

k;
I mourn for ;7ou in silence Phone 4563
T oft repeat your name
What would I give to have you near
And hear your volce again
Right behind life’s gurtain
Beyond all grief » pain
There will a happier dawning
When dear mother will meet you
* again,
Mrs. Violet Mapp (mother), Mrs, Clara
Moore, Wm. Moore (grand-parent), Frank
Moore, Winfiela Mapp, Oliver C. Phillips
tureles}, Mrs. Elsie Holder (aunt),
Mabel Barrow, Eudora Bentham, Mrs
E. R. Lb. Ward, Mrs. Clara Warner

48 Tudor Street





WE HAVE — —
% RED ROOFING PAINT
at $4.50 per Gallon

=



3.8,52-—Ln,

x
:
At QUEEN'S PARK HOUSE
x On MONDAY NIGHT, 4th August,
(Bank-Holiday)








NOTICK |
|

DEABREU TAILORING CO.
TAKE NOTICE }
that the business of tailoring carried
on by Guilherme Anselmo DaSilva and
Eustace Gordon DeAbreu at Marhill

REALTORS” LIMITED
OFFERS





THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM

M 4 Phill Strect, Bridgetown, under the style or} BLUE VISTA well fitted any pomp bed-
tcousins), The Moores, Mapp and Phillip: | ss 90. =‘The Auto Tyre Co., opposite | py, firm of DeAbreu Tailoring Co, has been rooms, garage and usual offices.
family and friends. be Cathedral, Spry Street. Prone above property will be set up for| dissolved by mutual consent as from {|| 4,4 Rockley new road. Modern Corner Broad and Tudor Sts. Offers ‘required, under £3,000,
TUPAG BUSA, pavers pleese copy. 21.7.52—6n | pale by Public Competition at our Office, | the 8th day of July 1952; and FURTHBR e bedroom bungaidw with [| yeussseee ; would be considered. ‘
so. n a





combination living and dining nt nna a
room. Lovely open gallery offer- }
ing magnificent view of Golf
Course and coast line. All built
in cupboards, Garage and ser-
vants room downstairs Can , be
sold at a very reasonable Price
with or without Furniture

TAKE NOTICE that the said Guilherme !
Anselmo DaSilva has the sole right to
collect the outstanding debts and assets
ef the said company under and by}
virtue of the deed of dissolution. {
All persons indebted to the said!
company are hereby required to settle |
their indebtedness immediately at the
said address Marhill Street.
GUILHERME ANSELMO. DaSILVA.
1.8,.52—3n.

t, Bridgetown, on THURS-
INTERNATIONAL Tornado K.39. | 3°08, Sirest. | Bricgey

-m.
“975.00 nearest. Owner leaving island. YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
taquiries Yacht Club. Solicitors
3.8.52—1n 3,8.52—10n




BEMERSYDE, ST, LAWRENCE
--Strongly built coral stone bun-
galow spacious airy rooms. and
galleries. Accommodation com-
prises:— separate drawing’ and
dining rooms, 3 double bedrooms,
large kitchen and pantry, 3 ser-
vants’ rooms, garage and fernery.
This property is situated on. the
best bathing beach at St. Law-
rence, is within eagy reach of
Town by bus or car, and in our
opinion would be very suitable
for conversion into a small. guest
house.

BEACH PROPERTY, ST. LAW-
RENCE — Well placed house with
4 bedrooms, large living room and
galleries. Excellent sandy beach

eh



QUALIFICATION?

or ARE YOU INTERESTED IN MAKING MORE MONEY?
IF SO, ENROL NOW FOR ONE OF THESE COURSES.

EVANTON Architectural Draughts- 5 Sanitary Inspector Course.
. Lovely stone Bungalow, situate manship Building and me General Agriculture
‘at Graeme Hall, on ‘app. 20,000 Design Course. 5 Course.

sq. feet of land with a magnifi-
cent view from all sides, com- AM.S-E., (Civil, Elec., Insurance Practice.
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Friday next the 6th August at 2 p.m
PIANO—One German Piano, Possessing | one Morris 8 slightly damaged in an
‘utstanding tone. Durable in construction | accident. Terms cash, D’Arey A. Scott,
nd ood appearance, Demonstrations | Auctioneer. 2.8,52—4n
‘heerfully given, Cecil Jemmott, 48 Tudor



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REAL ESTATE

I have been instructed to
reduce the price of the fol-
lowing properties:

The property known as
Colleen on the sea at Wor-
things, standing on its own
land and has three bed-
rooms etc., and is gt present
vacant,

One Stone Bungalow at
Black Rock near Carlton
with galvanize roof and pine
floor and has three btd-
rooms etc., also vacant.

One small property at
Dalkeith, price $2,640.00

One small property at
the Garden Land, price
$1,500.00.

One small property at
Hothersal Turning, price
$2,200.00.

One house at Fairfield,
Black Rock, Price $900.00,
part can be paid on terms
and the balance monthly.

D’ARCY A. SCOTT,
| Auctioneer & Real Estate
| Agent.

HOUSE on long lease by October : Rockley. Come and get them

‘sper now arriving in Barbados by Air
only a few days after publication in
London. Contact Ian Gale, C/o, Advo-

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THURSDAY 14TH
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WINDY WILLOWS, PROSPECT,
St. JAMES — Soundly construct-
ed stone bungalow with spacidus
living room, 2 large and 4 small
bedrooms, excellently placed
verandah directly overlooking the
sea, downstairs kitchen, servants’
—- and storerooms. Offers in-

RAEME HALL TERRACE x
Gi TERRACE — A
nicely situated stone bungalow ‘on
® corner site. “Three bedroonis,
living room, dining room, veran-

dah, kite tached gargge
and oervanl? = TS, plenaans

gerden and well laid out. day
and borders of flowering ‘eee

£ 3.750 :
er >
BREEZLEY, MAXWELL
COAST — Unfurnished’ Hofise

with 4 bedrooms, Spacious recep-/
tion. rooms, Double garage and
right of way to beach,

11, GRAEME HALL TERRACE
Modern furnished house., Ali
services. ;

WHETEHALI, FLATS Choice

vt 4 unfurnished, self-contained
flats ‘

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Phone 4640

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SUNDAY, AUGUST 3, 1952
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PAGE FIFTEEN

N OT 4 Cc E | vane? Wee GOVERNMENT NOTICES



















































































Amount
NAMES
THE PEASANTS’ LO AN St. Andrew oo a = cor 2 SSO A. R. P. j Attention is drawn to the Control of Lumber Prices (Defene
‘ BANK ACT, 1936 we, Burton Se : Le & i er ken aT (Amendment) Order, 1952, No, 3 enitie wil ie pablistved aie
‘ot : , Darnell A. , ers ' Official Gazette of 1 . ties Take e
he Creditors holaing liens against the Peasant Holdings | ee “ im 60.00 Mount Al, i 0 08 | * aedor one aan ao ‘ : aaa 1 sellir f
ro r } ¥ | 7 e maximum ret sein rices y in-

AKE NOTICE that the peasant owners io: : A St. Joseph r \ 3 15 | gies—Red Cedar No. 1 and 2 Grades’” and evens mais ae

. ‘hereto annexed are about btai mentioned in the First Column of the Table Brewster, Bustace McD are as follows:—
sum of money respectivel to obtain under the provisions of the above Act the | Coward, ena .. a 190.98 Shuffier’s Village 3 00 ‘ i) 3 aren
names of such peasant cokers out in the Second Column of the Table opposite the a ’ 72.00 | Walkers 2. | “ia COR a
rashtiened and deacsibed Mi 3.3" loan against the peasant holdings respectively | 5*._Phili 1 oe) rticle Ordinary Retail Price

SC! in the d Column of th. * ectively ae a (not more than)
at Table opposite such names. Brathwaite, Arnold. 45.00 | —|

: a Brathwaite, Richard H. Dec. * Duncans | 2 20 | nr

wy ‘ r Brathw a ar 1: of or 5 s
Dated this 31st day of J ; 2 ae tna Chiteleper ee 129.00 ee Cl ee
wy y uly, 1952. Mana P , rke, Daphne E, et alia ; * ‘Harlington 1 Sa |
s ger, Peasants’ Loan Bank. ‘oppin, Nella Alleyne .. p 1 s Brereton 3 380 Red Cedar $30.00 per 5 bundles
APP Pie’ Irie tee Alonza Joy . 13080 al ? i 20 | No. 2 grade ‘ | containing 1,000
’ ‘oni . e
LICATIONS FOR LOANS, PEASANTS’ LOAN BANK en $00 | Bent 3 AS | Merehantable Doseies | 12.09 per 1,000 board
f 5 00 per 4, ard feet

ess Bispham, Samuel | 3 eT STEERS <

NAMES {Amount | saan Cook, R.’ Hutson .. * 100-99 [Chancery Lane cao ae ae
egran , Locality Ce he Se Small, John - ‘ . Charnoc’ 3 00 ‘iniieniiabiiiainiahe
St. Michael g .¢ | _ Trotman, Israel .. “ as = oe Ge oe ;

3 ei * -00 Silver Hill : . oto The attention of the public is hereby drawa to Regulation 19 of
ist, Bre woke vemes Bec vid 25.00 Jacksons» | yi. Gi ae ener A | . yf sid ‘Vehicles and Road Traffic Regulations, 1938, which provides
‘ waite, Albe a Goddin, 2 ‘* “ -00 Dash V: ra se
Clark ¥ ore " r 90.00 Haggatt Hall | gi tae ee . ng, Adelaide K. .. oS 78.00 Greens alley 1 33 | “Every driver of a motor vehicle shall comply with the
Dunnah, Charles A. (2) 30°00 | Haggatt Hall | ot 1 anes , b+ 2 nn a

wick, Benjamin R. . . 7500 2 O01 wards, Bartlett (12) He shall carry atte to th
one George a ea 30.00 ” 7 § 1 Headley, Alexander fy -00 Carrington Village sa] horn or other poe moving ime — oe *

, Geraldine S.C... .. 120.00 Wavell Ave be ke 0 C208 Ishmael, Joseph N “00 | Farmers ‘i ir capable of giving aydfisle snd suf-
Layne, Clementina 27.00 avell Avenue 3 2 0 Mayers, James A. : ns 00 Hillaby 3 34 cient warning of its approach or position. .. . ..
Niles Eglon (2) te 20:00 ixteds. 1 22 Medford, Elston .. ef oe ae Farmers t é zs No person shall use such horn or other instrument so
» wy o 4 Re 90.00 ee all 1 0 04 Wiateon. Cephas Augustus : “00 Welehman Hall . 4 aed as to be a nuisance or annoyance to other people, and the
A. y 27 Lodge Hill” rn, oe les, Fitz Albert 4 Welchman Hall | Director of yays § : :
oat - A -20 re i, 15.00 Welehinan Hall 2 0 00 or of Highways and Transport shall have power at
Tiecoten aa oe 36. Haggatt Hall i a TOTAL scene * icf: ny time to prohibit the use of any such horn or instrument,
Horatio (3) .. be rnsineitsisanpniliosnesincceaimantenaiantiietshtatietleentatenu tte e use of which for this purpose is likely to be a nuisan:
sae baad Flint Hall ~ 10 0 00 : | m or peeve annoyance or denape to the general public.” .
} ‘ number of motor vehicles have rec
ne ae ‘ *s 35.00 Westmoreland AEFLICASTOND.7OR LOANG. PEASANTS’ LOAN BANE. “B” and whistles. These innecanat os ‘ petrol agit 9 bs
ve . o* - " .
, Sabbah. eat g Sans ED eye seca : ” 3 = ——_--—-——s OO ance to other people, and the use of such instruments is hereby

owell, Miriam and Clement’. ©” Gs yee arden. seat. AB aon 06S % NAMES | , P prohibited. 30.7.

Reseh, CM. ss ss “00 Rrane’s Village 2 00 ‘ a) hee aad tbeatity § Sl eal oR p , Amount 52—2n.

Thorpe. < tai ae 3 ia Curiosity Village 4 3 $0 St. Peter = oe a ed UE 4 a alae st C pepe e E granted Gated Vacant Post of Assistant Engi . w

Tyre a” Ge oe 1 0.00 zroee 1 38 05 Clarke, Adolphus \A LT eae ee | eS ee

Wickham, Fitz Gerald .. $e'80 oa View Mt. Standfast 32 1°06 oe «s ani shton Hall a Le: ae 380 “60 é % % Applications are invited by the Government of Barbados for the
Neeeion 3 30 St. ceier, Gelbatp ae ‘ . |Babbs 1 6 @& 300 .00 a ee oe Engineer, og! Works Department,

wen, Rupert Leon .. Best, Burton : 00 | 2. e post is pensionable and the salary will be in the Seale
St. wo in, Kenneth and 08.08 Ashton Hell 3 06> Straker, Winston =) war 2 0 00 860 } MERE ADR X- 380 2A XS $3,456 per annum, A. com-
Brathwaite, W. C. ri $ 576.00 * iP 7 * 1 0 900 4 144.00 mencing salary above the minimum may be paid to the candidate
Turpin, Eleanor .. 14400 pares, 8 16 ao ae Clarence Leopold _, |Bayfiela . one elected if his experience and qualifications warrant it. ate

St. Lucy Soe ae Neblett. Alfred 2 00 260.00 egies 3. Appointment will be on probation for two years in the first
Agard, Jacqueline St. E. 88.00 ; 2 . a Ff .. |Dash Valley 1 2 3 125.00 | instance.
Austin, Lionel A. (4) .. 50.00 zie eeenee + hoe | AA wm . 200.00 | 4. The appointment will be subject to Colonial Regulations and
Re Pee sad 576 .00 Setiaens’ and Checker H = - 1,785 . 00 | the local Civil Service Regulations and Instructions, Passage
aot ee ee tS cpt no eaceting $1.49 lb payle oF at agpnime

ohnson, Richard a ia 10. © APPLICATIO ' " a basic salary of $2,160 will count as qualifying service °
yareilie;, Jeasee E. hea bs 150:60 ae 1 : = : NS FOR LOANS. PEASANTS’ LOAN BANK. “C” | tet leave passages in terms of the Civil Establishment (Leave Pass.
Hoped, Su nA Hey" os 90.00 ke nae and. Barrows 2 0 16 | ages) Onder, 1952.

Yearwood. Hugh M. a8 *30 00 Gerke Hall 4 3 37 NAMES Locali Am cf etiad de ae ea to the post are to assist with all works
‘ arrisons ity : ount ‘ ce, design anc construction of buildings ana wharf Ys
ah See 2 we idl eye om previously of the Department, the technical, administrative, Anenaiad. ahd we
Skt dee 144.00 Mount All Burrowes, William H ST ar _ granted | jinary control of the department; also to perform such other duties
, Cottle, Albert fe , 260.00 Friendshio and Cane Gerde: 2 0 00 } St. James - meet eae .. | Deacons Road 1 00 180 | | es the Colonial Engineer may require from time to time,
Dottin, Frederick ps ef #38 88 Mount A in . 3 3 | Maughan, Luther ty Pa B .00 ohm 6. Candidates should preferably possess 4 Diploma or a Degrec
seed Norman s io e Simons $ : a «| ere ee 2 01 300.00 aE exempting from Sections A and B of the Associate Membership
aay -00 Belleplaine eS a |e a | Scxemination of the Institution of Civil Engineers with some experi-
tee” ge bp Springer, Joson NS, |” .: 0°00 s a : : oy aon 7" a fy successful candidate will be required to keep a motor
oney, Joseph E. .. ‘+ x j ie LICATIONS FOR L vehicle for use in the performance of his duties. Travelling allow-
Ward, Richard F. at Belleplaine : 3 08 OANS. PEASANTS’ LOAN BANK. “D” meee will ne oie in accordance with the provisions of the Travelling
\ St. Joseph 1 0 39 Allowance Regulations.
Best, Rupert A. .. | 8. The successful candidate will be required to pass i
Bryan, Bonny Eyre (6) a: Nr, The Spa 3 Cn - Locality A. R. P. Amount ne examination, He may also be required to serve and rama meuae
és eae ; St. Sylvans / : 9 04 nm ot a A ok ae ‘granted Ooenied” in * Osleny at the Governor's discretion.
rar , cree | ae . Applications should be s i ioni 5
fea Woods ac Aug 198-00 Sealy Hall Tl, Samu Seite o a Hevgodt Ht all 2 0 ee 1 ‘0 i. ‘. _— Buildings, path sire aus ae aoe ior one amen.
Shorey, Ss me (7) 0. ; 1 2 00 eClean, Lincoln i “ 2 02 ; :
4] 25.00 ig 1 0 29 Est. Moore, Jose ‘ .. |Haggatt Hall z ’ 86.00 - : os
“ , , Joseph N. Dec. per: Bre 4 00 10. Certified copies (not ori ls) of testi ials
St. Philip “ Bcc ee Moore, R, A, DaC- i B : 108 . 00 gubmittes ginals) stimonials should he
ne, Clarence H,_ .. “7 Ee a iy 5 pn 1 ugh
ne, George William 50.00 Nr. Bayl oe th, vas ay | a 2 0 06 3.8.52—2n
Alleyne, $t.Clalr i: Vf 2 45 Stroud Lana 1 . a Stuntt, a & Eudora ih Hagest : ; 9 =o) t 15:38 ‘
e, u, . di 1 ’
ea ee 36.00 Seneca seal Beene 3 2% gp te 100.00 ‘OY |) VACANT POST OF CHEMICAL PATHOLOGIST, DEPARTMENT
Brathwaite, Louise D. 69 0 Fenny Hole ae Millen’ et - ie .. Orange Hil 2 1 $1 os. OF THE GOVERNMENT BACTERIOLOGIST AND PATHOLOGIST
> % ‘ou nd , . : ¥
Clarke, MacDonald i archfield and Kirtons ore he Se Florence | .. | eaton 474.00 Applications are invited for the post of Chemical Pathologist
Forde, Leotta B. .. +00 h , tao oe eeves, Dudley _. . s C : 2 g 7 Depart 5 Wn hier : ’
25.00 archfiel Small : .. [Curiosity Village - 00 45.00 partment of the Government Bacteriologist and Pathologist
pry tg a Diamond Valley 1 2 99 mall, Winston Ellison . . .. |Nicholls Village 1 ; 3 2 die 2. The pest is pensionable and the pn is in the a $5,200 .
7 Ace E elai c 7 s i sali s i) 3
Greenidge. Eva W. (8) 60.00 Marchfleld Ruby 3 he , Pu 65.00 Te per annum (B.W.1. dollars). Salary is subject to annua!
Holder, in. rs : Airy Hill 1 2 02 eras Oxwald ie 2) _, |The Whim i ‘ eduction of four per centum under Widows and Orphans Pension
pate, ek : Mids 16.0 Nr. The Home aor 2 7 4 eanor .. a ‘JAshton Hall a s 2-4 36.00 | ra _— wholly or partially exempt by membership of a Widows
i nC, ie sn 60.00 urne 1 St. Lucy . - and Orphans Pension Scheme of another Government.

Larrier Finer. â„¢ per Stone Hall 1 : 2 Aieroe, Ada Letitia .. Archers , 9 Passages up to a maximum of $1,440 are paicl on first ap-
Larrier, Tho! meee , Kirtons Farah, yeeros b's 1 ‘1Cheeker Hall 3 04, 20 00 64.00 pointment Leave conditions are in accordance with local Leave
Mapp, Joseph I ac ir. < ‘ Nr. St. Martins 1 3 36 7 a nee BE isabel Babbs ' 3 a 0.08 Decewe } anes and leave passages are paid in accordance with the Civil
Marshall, . os is ; ay’ neOD, P Retreat : | TWstablis! » Po / ne
Spacell, ewacs &.. i a : Nr. Long Bay 3 00 Marville, James E. a ., |]Checker Hall and $ 2 88.00 $200 4. oe ie bs a —

‘ason Dewees f . Union Hal , Barrows : pore
MeCarthy, William a Mt. oon 2 20 Oven, An E. i ., |Rock Hall Village : : | 160.00 150.00 |, = era must hold graduate medical degrees registrable

~ 2 ‘ina us : s Som ae Sobers, St. Clair McD Bie ‘| re Hall ' ? , 37 1”? - ee | ‘alicia earn y suns ; vase a a omni »

Christ ‘ 3 0D : arrisons 07 F ‘ | s towards chemical pathology.
Eredshac, Dela ilees ah t * Ankson 72.00 | oe 6, a of the Office are to assist the Government Bacteriolo-
, Viola .. és J rtletts Pode’ gure a es .. «+ | Hillaby te | sist and Pathologist with special relation to the Clinical Pathologica!
a 1 F well Hill 3 : 3 Foster, Esmond E. + “ Mount fu i 0 o 198.69 799.00 and aoe work of the Department.
Kin, yt ot as a Jones, Cyril cay ‘t pa 7 0 . -00 . e Officer will serve under the immediate s i
Layne 4 ae Fie s aie ve a , I v8 vine 2 0 06 ree Jenne A... “> + Mount all 5 } 00 i 300.00 a of ro Government Bacteriologist and ncaa ae cade
oore, Sing erman .. “ - terpri: 4 2 6 s, Oliver .. ia afi G “00 oe tne general superintendence and direction of the Dire
ao Samuel A. (9)... ; well 4.0 38 Ward, Richard... re tent j 3 i 169.00 : oe Services. a rector of Madijea!
Rape, Shc RR S48 | “ae Ma | 2 somircoos etd ie sates © 8 ee
Powlett, Robert James (10). ' alls Tenantry .{ @ Covington, Pdite A. «: — « Biewarys Fi 1 0 | Ane to reach his Office not later than the 7th of
Tull, Arthur F. and (Constance “00 xwell Hill 1 ; 00 . Mary Gladys .. .. }Sealy Hall 0 3 3-8 72.00 | sss : 20.7.52.
St door Charnocks ty ee a 7 | 82.00 leetrical Engineer, Government Electrical Inspector’
allender. elbert | , nce H, .. .. | Nr. Bayleys ’ Mspector's
bu “ : Munroe Village giteyne, Yelv ee ae a Bese } 0 06 100.00 50.00 } D.
Mm ed # ggatt Hall 3 07 pas, O.'eoale .. «+ | Endeayour and . 240.00 144.00 | Applicati poe
and Deane, 100. ash Valley Reh ae Siithwaite, Atel Easthourne : ‘ ee pplications are invited for the vacant post of Electrical Engineer,
Wh Shiba se } ae Est, Brathwaite, Richard Dec. © Duncans 2 20 90.00 G2 | Government Electrical Inspector's Department, Barbados.
, Meta I. 36:00 Fporve Cot | per Brathwaite Foneen Bric 80 .00 200. | 2. The post is pensionable with salary at the rate of $5,760 per
St. Thomas unroe Village | : s and Christopher es ¥ Harlington | annum. In addition a non-pensionable cost of living diese of
Brathwaite, John Clarke, Daphne et alia .. Brereton 1 2 38 180.00 $156 Ber annum is payable. Holder wil) be liable to the payment c
r Forde, Leotta B 8 30 4 120.00 | Wid peymnent o
Brathwaite, SF ; saa | reac — aS a ‘| Diamond Valley sie 150.00 ee lows and Orphans contributions at the rate of 4% of salary. No
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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS . ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1952
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KEY TO FIELDING POSITIONS S . . ener geet ee SE
; ‘ ; edgman Ag Ind B
| ote ¥ Again ndian Test Team To Be |
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a j Needed £251 Selected From Chosen 14
(2) t ar electe ro osen
Mg oN (By/ FRED PERRY) \
: LONDON, June 17. i LONDON, June 18, |
5) For the third. year | romiine The Indian team for the Second Test beginning at!
: . Frank Sedgman, Australia’s Lords tomorrow will be chosen from the following four-|
; . greatest player, who hasn't yet.“ teen: Hazare, Mankad, Phadkar, Umrigar, Mantri, Ghulam,
won ihe Wimbledon title, is seed~ Ahmed, Adhikari, Ramchand, Manjrekar, Roy Shinde, Sen,
i UPR rennis Ghameacobies. oer B. K. Gaekwad and Sarwate.
: Seedings—that is an “on paper” , England will also delay the final team selectien from}
os : Order of Merit of players to be “the twelve players already named until to-morrow morn-
o 2 ‘ fae PE kept separate in the draw—were ing. {
4 t Spr MPa issued today as fo.lows:; The Test wicket is likely to versity attack to the tune of 239
Men's Singles .: 1. Sed@Ma:! give bowlers at least an equal runs, the highest score of the
4 ) Bx Pr af cee, Sek en Eee qnanee at the a of the — season, b ' , :
: ! . V. Seixas JS.A.) 4 R, Savitt A Lords’ groundsman, ustin Scoreboard i .
{8 ( $ } (Holder) (U.S.A.) 5, MeGregor Martin, said that following today’s Surrey vs. Cambridge Universi-' 2
ea ws Fane, ‘eo. (Australia). 6, H. Flam (U.S.A.) heavy showers the turf would ty—Surrey 284 for 6: Fletcher ain
fsa} rcs 7. B. Sturgess (South Africa), 8. probably still be damp when play 133, Clarke 137 not out. 4
i CE ‘ ; M. Rose (Australia), 9. A, Larsen Degae It may b@ a very sporty Oxford University vs, Middle-' Pi
ex - Sang gett G. ve eee pitch, he commented, sex— Middlesex Soe for 5; Robert-
i : * ‘ . Richardson (U.S.A.), 12. ~ aa, pron: alas son 126, rich 239. x y .
Bes B. Patty (U.S.A.). CAI te eet ot lent nottorm:. . Essex vs. Leicestershire—Leices~ RUG CANVAS
: | Women’s Singles: 1. Mites D. snes by Charles Grove, Warwick- tershire 332 for 6; Jackson 128 Y ce
Hart (holder) (US.A.), 2.. Miss “DC° by Charle jun Hot. out, Stencilled and Plain
i + M. Connolly (US.A), & Miss s juite right arm fast-medium Northamptonshire vs. Kent
‘ ot ce Migs TL. Beeacr, Dowlen, He achieved the finest "gaa h ors ~
' | Fry (U.S oe iss L. Brough feat of his career when he took “et for 6. RUG WOOL ,
; j rR) 6 a ’ Can oa : nine Sussex wickets for 39 runs Tag gy rena 4 Se eee
at :$.A.), 6. Mrs, J. Walkersmith jn 19.1 ove ; sex 86; ve 9 for 39; Warwick- - : .
sth) 42° (Great Britain), 7. Mrs. T, Long ‘He was proventet fron taking ‘hire 168 for 5. ay RUG COTTERS
NS (Australia), 8. Mrs. J. Rinke! all ten when Pritchard caught , Nottinghamshire vs. Glouces-
ae ns 5S jhe tail-ender Wood off Hollies. are — Nottinghamshire 185 RUG HOOKS
; ien's oubles: . MeGrego for 2.
\ and Sedgman (holders), 2. Mul- Thanks to ores Weruichahire Sop data te Yortishi { .
f loy and Savitt, 3. Drobny and seem set for the first champion- phe ersmre vs. orkshire— a
. i 5 ; Sturges ship vietory* season, hive 206 for 3
Patty. Seixas’ and Sturgess. ship ‘VIe%Ory*this season. | Sussex. YoPEteas. 206 toes 9e SLIPPER CANVAS
Women’s voubles: 1, Miss S. of play warwickshire had scored Lancashire 70 for 6.
Fry and Miss D, Hert (holders), 168 fom. _Derbyshire vs. Somerset—Som-
2. Miss L. Erougk and. Miss M. Bill Edrich showed a welcome rset 247 for 9
Connolly, . 3. Mrs, 'T. Long and yeturn to form against Oxford Ne ave ep f(T 0., e
! P. ‘Tood, 4. Miss J. Partridge University. He played the Uni- Wt a | ee ;
Mrs, J. Rinkel. fe
: nv the drst time in the history 1953 Derby 10,11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
of the tournament 12 men have ’ %
eon seeded. Sedgman Is nward- DO’S AND DONT’S Date Changed ee ese ts
' ed the number one spot. over a
1, Third Man; 2. Deop Fine Leg; 3. Long Leg; 4. Backward point; 5. Second Slip; 6. First Slip; 7. Drobny « ihe oun On beat FOR CAREFUL ASCOT, June 18.
Short fine leg or leg slip; 8. Square Leg; 9. Umpires at cither end; 10 Gully; 11. Wicket Keeper; 12, [''") i tho French Sera : The date of the 1953 Epsom
Cover point; 18 where eure gover; 14 Silly mid-off; 15. Forward short leg or. silly mid-on; 16, Extra Sa Oise paces ae DRIVERS Derby ares changed to Saturday
¢ ; owler; d-off; 19. Mid-on; 20. Mid-wicket; 21. Long-off; 22. Long-on. fconmed’ to “number rei. I Re cis’ sour | néamuenes — “ instead of Wednesday,
: thought he mig i above for the benefit of oncoming The change was made because
Seixas even the TSA y Oth — motorists or cyclists: it is of the cornation of Queen Eliza-
raspinge she e Say rol safer and it is good manners, beth which will be held Tuesday, !
wise | at nd no fault wi 3 Don't overtake just for | June 2. _ : {
t seedling list. ; ss the scale of it. Coronation officials asked the
—LAWS I & 2 Where do I sont for the win- , Jockey Club to shift the date.
" : 9 ner? i sugges 1e@ May come : —CP)
Coienal Sab Weer ee atortanig arom coneyinny lie hag ca nia AOD eS Bicone
By 0. S. COPPIN ee uae they ve oe at or Sen even though ’ 7
is partin t oti : oie ed according to the needs of each miss Connotiy is the United §~TOM GODDARD MAKES
In spi arise, of ares I = in the Laws governing the conduct particular age, Perhaps one of the States’ Coamnlectnt the adedind , Lay
tender a, anpie miroduction io its Ron Wis cae shat eum MY aos sein, commiice cours have mat Bes
! : : at T ting as it is informative is because above Miss Hart, holder of the OOD HIS PLEDGE
» the general interpretation of the approach this task before me in it tells of the circumstances which Wimbledon and French titles. -
Laws of Cricket, the hope, that it will prove to be forced each change in the Laws I think will win? In
ttempted a similar work in of some benefit jeket | ape Who do I think will, win? In Gy ®
Lal of some bene © young players of Cricket into being, often reveal- my opinion Miss Hart'sor Miss ‘LOUCESTERSHIRE and all again. Tom Goddard, maestro of
a case ot nee of Football and the mass of spectators alike jing a story both unexpected and Brough, England will weleome back TOM spin, has defied it once, Will he
iadanee aon ee nee cis Oat fa Hetone re deci he oore ere Godlard,’b young Me ts fe ther mien “Boxi H tl
re or ree if a decision soddard, a y \ » 1s ay oxin ustle
Column that I have been tempted with which they are not in agree- Tue M.C.C., book has been for Gloucestershire against Sus- BRITISH BOXING BOARD OF
to make a like effort without much ment, or of which they have no produced for the M.C.C., in the A He * sex at Bristol, i , CONTROL have been invited by
further encouragement. knowledge, is made. hope that it will encourage Queen f tier It will be Goddard's second the Customs and Excise authori-
I agree with the argument that cricketers of all ages to make a e comeback. In 1922 he bowled ties to “forward certain particu-
it is true of most outdoor games Acknowledgments closer study of the Laws of the Wirst Aseol Meeit fast ee brn suc- lars to the Commissioners who are
that comparatively few of those I must first of all acknowledge game. It is expected that it will 1926, svent a year with the Mcc collating evidence for the Chan-
wine play or watch have a really my indebtedness, to a marvellous thereby lead to a general improve- , @ From Page 1 at Lord's, developed into a spin {cllor of the Exchequer. to enable
sound knowledge of the Laws treatise entitled “The Laws of ment in the standard of Umpiring, has given us a sound chance of jyowier and- yaa; peivereed se him to study the position when
that govern them, Cricket”, “Their History And particularly at schools, regaining tomorrow tne Gold Cup the county in 1928 yi hb grange Pn mtr hlas® Time to relax—made per-
Might Fail Growth” by Colonel’ R. S, Rait I am hoping that these articles from the French. Talma II will ~ Now quoted in reference books ‘Tae™ °° ™e of Entertainment fect by your enjoyment of
_ /It is also true that many players Kerr, “The Laws of Cricket” an setting out the laws will fulfil a have a pacemaker in Damaka os gn “outstanding and everlast- "is trate bei 1 ass ah favourite radio programmes
id spectators who are critical of M-C.C., publication, and “English similar purpose.—And now for the and the only other foreign chal- jng off-break bowler,” Goddard bieea They att ost ay, ore brought to you by private
the decisions of Umpires and Cricket’ by Neville Cardus. laws themselves: lenger is Granet IV. who comes jetired from first-class cricket same ‘sense + ecaoeias oe tee line direct’ tech olie atudios
rees might themselved fail Developed from Italy. last July after a serious attack }j -holder: yi ‘A ;
ally to pass an examination “The Laws of Cricket, like LAW 1. SIDES On this course last year Talma of posursonis. and ileurix icence-holders. All promoters with the B.B.C. and New
’ : A match is played between —y] gave Eastern Emperor three No Bo Pt y- hayes been asked; York. No interference oF
‘ two sides of eleven players pounds and a neck beating. 1 o wiler e number of tournaments tuning!
az each unless otherwise agreed. thought Eastern Emperor should , Put he pledged that, once fit, they | promoted during March
n Each side shall play under a have won that day so there is he would help the county at any 1951-March, 1952. Vax WITH
Ws “13 captain who, before the toss little between them, time, With WELLS and MORTI- The number of tournaments Br°@

. By PETER DITTON

LONDON, June 10
The Annual Meeting of the
Football League in London last
week can be written off as one

It was the old story of ‘self
breservation. While the First and
Second Division ‘clubs continue
to have one vote apiece, com-
pared with the four allotted to
the 44 Third Division — sides,

for innings, shall nominate his

players who may not there-

after be changed without the

consent of the opposing cap-

tain.

If a captain is not available at
any time, a deputy must act for
him to deal promptly with points

Talma II has had only one race
this year when he was beaten by
Mat De Cocagne over the full
Cup distance of two (miles and a
half. There would not have been
much between them had not
Johnstone lost his irons.

MORE in the Services Gloucester-
shire are without a slow right-
arm bowler, and to-morrow God-
dard makes good that promise.
Goddard’s comeback prompts
intriguing conjecture. When he
retired he needed only 66 wickets
to join the select company of

during the above period that re-
sulted in a loss.
The number
they intend
the next winter season,
_ Whether they intend to con-
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the new scale of Entertainment

tournaments

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j i i s i inue ’ We know Talma II to be a gen- . 7 ! " SSP acs

os Meare divers aie to ine soccer will continue to stagnate, arising from this and’other Laws ine stayer without much in the eae aera re aoe nevny imposed, S )

tredlice new blood, new life into When soccer attendances drop ~~Official notes by the M.C.C. on way of acceleration, No doubt Soadns ashe irate an 3000 dis rethin een show aif. rae — aan eneTS
the game was stric@ly vetoed. it is always the small clubs which '@ Laws direct. the pacemaker will ensure a good Vinat? on more, whe will, lave oe See EPS9GSSSS 550 OVP OSS PFOOSTSSSY
The only proposal which re- feel the pinch first of all. The | What should hardly be neces- gallop and that will be necessary ne Guonis tue Sees ee fe :
ceived an affirmative vote was First and Second Division sides S®%Y to point out but which I jf Talma_II is to wear down the Defied Once queston.in ne Hegasive. %

the ‘one concerning a provisional can in most. cases afford to think is still a safeguard is the others. 1 do not rate it a top- So to-day by telephone I asked Angling Magistrate 8

new minimum price of admission. (humb their noses at the loss of instruction that a side should not ¢lass field by any means and it is Goddard if he were likely to play BESIDES being Chief Metro-| \

Unless there is a tax concession
from the Chancellor ,British
soeeer fans will in future have to
pay. at least 1s. 9d, for the some-

uiey are actually ‘on the air’.

In effect, the league has said to
its million and a quarter support-
ers: “take what we have to offer
er go without.”

Attempts to enliven interest by
having a four-up and four-down
promoticn and relegation system
were greeted with an emphatic
“140”. Tottenham, who sponsored

times doubtful pleasure of seeing just so many more nails in the Wiekets for Any player who Sm ere TONER RRR eeE thee the Fi’ Plhone’ Cains Samay ee
. ’ , . ‘aad ace Ae 4 e «

a te Seta os ous the CORRE, capacitated from illness or THE WEATHER “They never come back,” is an regular competitor in the Casting | .
joo a vin 1 Nacat r , ,Qther schemes which were injury, but not for any other adage that sport proves time and Association’s tournaments. ri

oe ‘ v i ae ft wa Seite thrown overboard were West reason without the consent of T The? Toe Meee Sek , eee
Se a ed atti ’in attendance Ham’s suggestion that players the opposiag Captain; no sub- REPOR TAPS & DIES
experienced tall in atten damag over. the age of 20 could be paid stitute shall be allowed to bat
ee on ‘ae’ ¢ ae tate imaximum wages; that changes in oF bowl Consent as to the YESTERDAY | Bina PIPE
vised. did is § Sy about an im- regulations could be passed by a person to act as substitute in Rainfall from Codrington: 567 |) sep args sane 5A 8 Ta" 1" 1a", 134", 2” 3”

Sainant. ‘This £ See mi w. two-thirds majority instead ot the field shall be obtained in. e 2 4", 4’, 2AM gy Te 1 A Ae ae . Re
1 aly hl rome hy. the three-quarters as at present, from the opposing Captain, Total Rainfall for month to i,
oer been eee a en Pertsmouth’s suggestion (or a ™®y— indicate positions in date: 2.57 ins. . we wen aD
thea Cup Pinal and the Home #30 present apiece for the League which the substitute shall not Highest Temperature: 82.5 °F : Ye" hy” 4", fx”, 36”, a1", 2 F 56”, %4
Peateaaha. eal . Champions was also rejected, field. Lowest Temperature: 73.5 °F tee .

Temenetionals will Be “keon ony Lawful Wind Velocity: 11 miles per || ' SAE or NF
the those lucky enough to obtain Next season if the fall-off in i hour. 1 ‘ Yi" 3 SL TM Ibe BM Sem 34!

ickets. attendance continues — and with It is ef course lawful for a Barometer (9 a.m.) 30.019, - AW d STRONG BODIES 189 TE 9 PRE IR Ae NRE CGY

pemerously, the League has no incentives offered to spectators Player to bat, bowl oy ficld even (3 pam.) 29.090 | an USS or NC
agreed to allow one match to be op players there seems no reason ‘though a substitute has acted for TO-DAY ‘sp, ip a eR REN Ee RL BE
broadcast every Saturday after- why it should not continue— him previously, It should also be Sunrise: 5.45 a.m. V4", $5", Ya", we”, 22", 10 %",
noon, but again there must be {ho league clubs will have to con- borne in mind that a substitute Sunset; 6.19 p.m. B MMERS
net rls. ae clube” ceasiatnes sider very carefully the noose can only be claimed as a right|| Moon: Last Quarter, June 14 || mt ENGINEER BP. nen i
i oe eatinnak bet nares until they are gradually tightening for a player who becomes unfit Lighting: 7.00 p.m ! Valb., 241b., 1Vlb., 1%4lb., 2%4l1b., 3 i

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» few hundred spectators. But
for those who live from week to
Week the rejection of any pro-
pesals to brighten the game are

around their necks.

The remedy lies in their own
hands. Either changes must be
introduced by the clubs in com-
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PACK K)UR HAKUAIMIS \l>VOCATF. THURSDAY, JUNE IS. 1K2 BARBADOS^ ADVOCATE Fttato4 y l ** i *i MMm Tkunday, Jtinr IS. 1H2 \ TAXATION ON rUSSDAY MM weak ihe thirty second Annual General Meeting of the Automalic Telephone and Electric Company Limited will be held in London. A statement by the Chairman. Sir Alexander Roger has bees circulated to members and was published in the Times of June 3. Of esptcKil Interest to Barbados is a section of this statement which deals with the shortage 0 f industrial capital. Sir Alexander comments upon two facts which have been brought to the attention ot the peoplo ot Barbados on previous occasions but which Vffl lose nothing through repetition. Because of the burden of taxation on company profits and personal income and the failure of the taxing system to take nl of the replacement cost of fixed assets and of raw material stocks, industry, says Sir Alexander, cannot itself provide the im Dttttt of working capital it requires. Now this argument of Sir Alevander's is common enough in financial circles and is based on the experience of every man of business. Unfortunately the opinion of men of business and the comment of those skilled in finance does not alwi 'cnlioii from political In highly developed countries; while in countries where responsibility for financial attain i. slul entrusted to metropolitan countries politicians uf lha dependent country are frequently iudiilerent to the comment of experienced men of business. What Sir Alexander has to say about the United Kingdom is as true of Barbados, after due allowances are made for differences of customs and degree. Taxation, wherever it is practised ns a major method of obtaining revenue, must decrease the quantity of capital available for industry. And when to the increasing demands which taxation makes on industries are added rising labour and raw material costs the burdens which have to be carried by investors today are patent. 1 But taxation i.t only one handicap. \ Ba ctuw ot mtlkttuiMiry -.piralt. thy public, which according to the text books on economics, are classified as the investing public spend more of their money on keeping up with the rising cost of living and therefore save less fur investment. Thus excessive taxation deals a double blow to industry. By squeezing the last ounce of profit from industry and thereby exacerbating the inflationary pressure, taxation directly limits capital available for industrial development: and resulting from inflationary pressure the list of the investing public becomes shorter and industry's alternative source of recruiting capital is correspondingly blocked. Already tat several years this tendency has been noticeable in Barbados. Taxation adds to Ihe burdens of industry and excessive taxation restricts the expansion of industry. Developments which have taken place in recent years in Barbados and which have increased employment opportunities In the island could not today take place, because most of the profits previously available for capital investment are now collected by the commissioner of income tax. When money collected by taxation Is spent on the economic development of a country the evil effects of applying a brake to industrial expansion are not felt, merely because the money has not been frittered away or spent unproductively. But when money collected by taxation is spent without foresight, thought, or concern foa^ the future, only inflation can reauH. Throughout theWest Ifntlu s l. if ihe gravity of the iatk which tacea the United Kingdom. In the West Indies spending continues apace: and where are tha voices of the peoples' beard telling people of the need for thrift and hard work? Jf they ;irc raised at all they are drowned by the clamour nandlng that the island's money be frittered extravagant spending. Yet the need for f belts is urgent. NEW LIGHT mamsWsWklsWsWsi^sWs^s^msWsisWtsWaasi^swmm^is^sWswammmsmMmswmm ON THE ABDICATION by LORD BEAVERBROOK I COM to a curious matter. This monumental work— The History of Thr Timeswhich Is written by Stanley Monson, tells of ihe decisive part played by The Time* --and by its editor, Geoffrey Dawson—in the Abdication of Hwam th.Eighth, King. But the (ir.i.iatic story ,-, not boldly bi ought out—as the Important part played by The Time.* in the Munich Crisis U brought out. Instead, it Is hidden awny In an appendix. —broad casting In the Homa Service on the latest volume of The History of The Times. The earlier part of the broadcast dealt with the Lloyd George Cabinet in the first World War. Mortsoa's History ot Munich turned out to be failure — and The Times frankly admils its share in that episode The Abdication was successfully carried through with the essential aid of this newspaper—and The Tines book buries 11 In a back section. why? I there an element of apology in this too? 1 am not taking up any partisan attitude in this matter. Nor do I desire to rake over the dead embers of this controversy. All that Is his. tory now. and as such It is told in !" au ><> £ Kl Lor*/ Beairerbi m I Wigjn m % %  *e in*! t. sei Fe ni'i. vitality and enetc • r %  f hw e*Kei-f>"m*H -i, laiui* televised tiOnA o[ Irf.'d Nn:':r'fl WtW Hlini?'iof ft ti tat ma-' histor, of and Fleet Street, *xtn4)M %  >*••" mo:' Iran fort* : %  :->ope will one dav pc tut! ib: 1 put a different interpretation upon .-one of ih*"s i ut the accuracy of the narrative cm not be disputed. Trtere is <>ne notable omission. Morison docs not tell thai Editor Dawson published %  oi the surface, but which Okrrird w. %  minting arid malicious i %  ..uundu. ile docs tell that public opinion tut] hc-vily on the side of the King and Uie King's proposal for cnoEgsnaUc marriage u ,i successfully swayed in the Inlo Exile %  opposite The King, now the Duke of Windsor, went into exile when he boarded the destroyer Fury that foggy December night and put out to sea for France. He yet returned. One day shortly after the Abdication President Roosevelt asked me to go to Washington. He examined me in every detail Of Utt roysj tragedy. Ho could .;ife but not his Time, hook" "HTa TwSLZZStd Ouecn—Dawson was consulted by not understand it. Ile quoted the to seVto^hat The flSS'S* SSSrE Only after this consultold saying that no man should on that occasion andwhotTt ,avs ation the project .ubmitled ever resign, but wait to be now about what It said then * h Cabinet and the Dominion sacked. --vw* DPH 2 ^^WacT "^ crisis taken from The Ttaieo thrc^. dLsrepuUble assertions In T he Mat noVlSJea App.'nd.x That Dawson was of hi, leading articles. He wrote wmory fhe future has no place. more importance than any of the that aU wouW hove hoU g ht A d *, u t f th ^ xliat Prime M.nisUTS Cabinet colFxiward fit to rule, if he had recall the brilliant men of leagues is made abundantly clear never ascended the Throne. He action who march through the in Mr. Morison s narrative, branded Mm. Simpson personpagef t f The History of Th Dawion was almost Invariably ally in the severest language. Ti"ics consulted first And he declared that Kina The crisis ws launched by a George the Fifth's last days had letter written by Major liarbeen clouded with anxiety for dlnge* to his master, the King, the future. Dawson saw thai letter in draft This information was and approvid U. Thereupon by the Archbi'tfiop of Canterbury, Dawson set out on a propaganda who told Dawson that King canvass of public men. George's death had been haiu-nvd When the King put forward to by his son's Infatuation. Baldwin the project of a monganAll the foregoing facts I take atic marriage — that Is that he from the exciting appendix of IT'.IVATK secretary Major Alexander Hardlncfs letter was received by Klin Edward VIII on November 13. 1936. The Kinr recorded later that he redded Ha 'Void; formal %  uimeslloa" that Mrs. Simpson should leave the country, as an ultimatum. —T..E.9. Wicksteed Of The Isles MB. I-W ill. Mr. PIX 1 in-,!t On %  •ultin bis Bv BLRNAKD UliKMim SKOKHOLM. How would you like to be marooned on an island with thirty thousand sea birds, eight ornithologists, and Mr. Chapman Plncher? That's how It is with me at the moment, and It only we had Mickey Mouse and the Marx Brothers too It would make it the perfect week-end. Bfcokholm is a bird observatory off tlu Pembrokeshire coast. It ts a rocky island about a mile long and half a mile wide, and at this time of year multitudes of birds that normally spend their lives at sea come here to hatch their young and make them British citizens. You can't glvo a bird a passport, but you can put a ring on its leg that will Identify i( wherever it ) %  = found and in this way learn about Its wanderlnp habits. More than 3,000 birds are riiuted on Skokholm every year, and Mr. Plncher :ind 1 thouslit it would be fun to help. So here we ore. living In a converted barn, and no boat back till Sunday. The bird watcftMn are as interesting to .study as the birds themselves. TherO is a young man from C^inbridge who digs uo birds with a spide and then plants them again like potatoes Ho is more of a bird smeller than a watcher because he goes round sniffing rabbit holes and if ihe smell is right he digs. When 1 asked him what he hoped to learn bv this he said he wis studying bird navigation and was seeing If the same btTOJ oeriipled the same holes as last year. Painted Nails AS we were watching he unearthed an nvlan scandal. He dug up a pair of Mmx shearwaters, which are about the size of doves, and found, after noting the numbers on* their rings, that they were virtually nesting in sin. They had each changed partners since he dug them up but time. Two of the other bird spend their lime goir..: the Islind wilh a xvcighinj: machine weighing bah} ears and then painting thiir toonalls. The object of this unusual pastime Is to And out how the waatbet affacU Ut they put on weight Thi p.Hiitini; i. I.. i birds tin they an Wear rings on their UflS. Amateurs WHAT sort of p.viple are lliese bird watchers? Well, to lo..k M them they are iusl the same ns vou and me. The warrir.i who lives hero with his wife from March to October took ui> bird watching when he wns n prison -i of war in Germany. With all lh^ time in the world on I i the goldfinches round the oimp. F\oeut for the young m?n lontarsdaai "*e others, art n gui'teas %  week for ttM Iff keep Ad get a holiday on an 1 nd thrown Of those here at the moment one is a MHI irmar and another a schoolmistress with a term off. There's a retired medical otIU v of health with hb Wife, %  ad l nirl from the Naturally Mr. Plncher Is In ht< element. You never saw a in in .so deltnhted with nil ings. He drags me tround toa blaod ambushing pufli:is ;,ii ^talking ra2orbi or bent wire I round their legs from I We\irocks for Mother chirk ens and li v. go a seal snoring. The puffin ambush was great fun. Puffins are the Tubby Hubbif of tht bird world. They nest in raU tt burrows and like f stand it H.-'ii* f;ont doors proud aving their tubby tummies. Id a net on the grrund in treat of some burrows and o that when we nulled I -,vui)g over and caught anything .indTng near. v.hid behind a rock %  ;, for tubby puffin* to turM up.' Mtoccthcr we eaughl .•I after ringing them. lei lh< in R I on with the may be %  %  the rings eu their legs will irt.ullfy th.-m r-t once sis the pufns thai Ptneher and wtnosteed eaurhi. Nlcht Hirds TI'.IN(; of puffins we went after razorbills. They're hardei to catch becaiaM lhay sit about on rockl on the sides of precipices, but with our piece cf bent •M managed to hook twe round the leg and ring them. Several otnera had a c: nut the Miprome thi 111 ( n this Island of i ink come midnight nnd 2 am.. shearwaters erffev oul u bre .th of fresh air. It would, he death for th*m to appear io Usy light, for they would he kdled at once by the gulls. So all day long thev t urrowr tn c pMe silence, thous.irrls and thousands of them. Then what) the night Is ;, darkest and the gulls an out they cm-—and i" i open gat i than mates : %  n the nest. Vou h %  • eful not : tread on them. When vou walk %  I I got one alap In the tumm from a wet shearwater that I me. And all the time the birds railing to c ich other with a t _.. ous, anxious cry, like a rooster ore throat. I i "You Don! Shoo! Santa Clans" From R. M. MacCOLL WASHINGTON. THE TAFT-iKE ht'bbub of the past few days concerning which of the two shall grab the Republican Nomination for President has temporarily stolen the limeliyht and obscured the fact that, whoever does become the Republican champion, it yet remains that many shrewd and dispassionate observers of America's political scene nre still laying long odds on a Democrat going back to the White House next January. Why? Because you "Don't shoot Santa j Claus," "We never had it so good." and the tried political maxim that you don't turn out the party in power when times arc prosperous. And in spile of all the "griping" over high taxes, high prices and talk of a coming recession, the great mass of small men and women all over the country are living the good life, and "eating high on the hog." Who is the lucky Democrat-to-be? If Truman liked to change his mind at any time up to the 59th minute of the eleventh hour at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago next month, there is not the slightest doubt thai he would be accepted immediately. And not many people think that a Republican could beat him in the November Elections. But assuming Truman doesn't change his mind and resists the "draft" (conscription) of which Democrats wistfully talk whenever they fell pessimistic or panicky about their chances, who are we likely to see doing battle with Ike, Taft or Mr. X? Here is a name you have scarcely heard of—Sam Rayburn. Rayburn, egg-bald shrewd, well-liked, has been the respected Speaker of the House of Representatives for many years. And a very powerful behind-the-scenes move on his behalf is building up. There are no speeches, no campaign buttons to wear in the lapel, no big radio and TV broadcasts. But the strength is really there and several key Members of Congress with whom I have recently talked consider Sam as one of the "better bets." Big drawback—Sam celebrated his 70th birthday this year, and that's a bit on the elderly side as Presidents go. (Septuagenarians Douglas MacArthur and VicePresident Alben Barkley are more or less out of the running principally because it is supposed that their arteries are hardening up a little. Rayburn's backers want him to stay completely aloof from all the preliminary free-for-alls—"Let Kefauver, Harriman, Senators Kerr and. Russell and the rest of them cut one another's throats," is the way they put it. And one of Rayburn's most devoted adherents, Oklahoma's Senator Mike Monroney, says "Our man is a tenth ballot proposition, not a first ballot one." The nominations are decided at Chicago on a series of ballots among the delegates. The age snag may be got around by teaming either Rayburn or the 75-year-old Alben Barkley with a much younger vicePresident, such as Illinois Governor Adlai Stevenson or New York's multi-millionaire Averell Harriman. Harriman is Gl—but looks i ish. Adlai Stevenson, born in Los Angeles, is only 52—and is a boy as far as politics .ire concerned. If there is an unbreakable deadlick at the Democrat Convention beiwten Harriman, Kefauver (Truman favouis i!.uiiman, personally dislikes Kefauver) and Senator Richard Russell of Georgia, they ni\;lit easily turn to one of the h luagenarians, Rayburn or Barkley, aa lie only way. I don't want to sound cynical, but I ougbJ to tell you that one of the best-known and most respected of America's TV and radio commentators has just told the whole nation on his coast-to-coast broadcast that as far as these elections are concerned "there is no real democracy in America." He meant by this that in spite of all the sound and fury out in the open, the manoeuvrings, the claims of this and that number of delegates, the fuss over the Primaries and so forth, it means very little when the chips are down. Just who becomes the next American ProrHer.t is decided by a very few powerful mad far out of the public eye, and aa th of some "deals" at a high level. And don't forget that Preside-. himself, in an unguarded m described the Primary EU' I wash". l PHOTOGRAPHS Copies of Local Photographs Which have appeared in the A Newspaper Can be ordered from the . ADVOCATE STATIONERY AL WILSON SPOON BAITS 5i 6 7B SEINK TWINE—Fine. Medium. Cone. HERRING TWINE & MULLET TWINE C. S. 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Sl'.ND.-W. U la 1ST 3, mi Sl'NDAV ADVOCATE i' Vt.i I II rcKN NOTICE PEASANTS LOAN HANK THE PEASANTS' LO AN BANK ACT lWi. To the Creditors hotting liens again*, t the Peatant Holdings T AKR NOTICE thai the peasant owners mentioned m the First Column of the Table hereto annexed are about to obtain under the provisions of the above Act the sum if money respectively set out in the .Second Column of the Table opi-osile the names of such peasant owners by way of loan against the peasant holdings respective! v mentioned and described in the Third Column of that Table opposite such names D. A. HAYNES. Manager. Peasants' Loan Bank Dated this 31st day of July, 1952 APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS. PEASANTS LOAN BANK NAMES St. Michul Bivombe, LayinU u .. T'\ brathwaite. Junes Dec. per Bralhwaite, Albertha Clarke. Ada Dunnah. Charles A. (1) Eat wick. BwUaraln R. Ilarewood, George Hood. Geraldiae St.C Layne, Clementina NUM. Cflon (S) Phillips, Evao Phillij.* Oacar A Rose. Edwin N Thompaon. Josephus 4. HoraUo si Jaaaaa Adam!-, Ethel and Owen Beckle; Albetuu Holder. %  Abraham llowell, Miriam and Clement .. Roach. St. Clair Robinson, Ruth et alia Thongf, Ceraldine TyreU, Clara Wn-khim, Fii7 Gerald %  St. Peur llowvn. Rupert Leon St. John, Kenneth ami Ura'thwaite. U. C Turrin, Eleanor St. Lucy Aaard. Jacqueline St. E. Austin, Lionel A. (4) . Buwen. Handel C G reave*, James Conrad Johnson, Burton Johnson, Richard Marvllle. James E Roach, Giocon A. (5) .. Sobers. Ivan C Yearwood. Hugh M St Andrew Allcyne. Hubert Rovell. James H. CoUle, Albert Dottin. Frederick G v Hollow/ay. Norman Mullen. I^urence Prcscod. MaUUa .. Sobers. Leonard Springer. Joseph N. Toney, Joseph E. .. Ward. Richard F St. Joseph Best. Rupert A Bryan, Bonny Eyre (•) St John Clarke, Woodroollu St.C. Nurse. Mary Glad}'* Shorey, Sarah Anne (7) St Philip Alleyne, Clarence H. Alleyne. George William Alleyne St.Clalr Brathwaite. Douglas and Layne, Mabel Brathwaite, Louise D. Browne, Gertrude Clarke. Mar Donald Forde. Leolta B .. Gittens. Joseph B. Greenldge. Allan H. Greenldge, Eva W. (8) Holder, Mm.... Hunle, James T. Jones Oneal St.C. Eat. Larrler, Richard Dec. wi Larrier,Richard f. Larrler, Thomas C. Mapp, Joseph DaCasta .. Marshall, John W. Mascoll, Ewart G. Mason, Joseph St.C. McCarthy. William H. Weekes, Wilhelmlna Christ Church Bradshaw, Charles C. ,. Crlrhlow, Viola Graham, Samuel Kins. Cecil King. Mary E. et all.. .. Laync, James E Moore, King Herman Nurse, Samuel A. (9) .. Nurse. St. Clair Pollard. Joseph Powlrit. Robert James (10) Tull, Arthur F, and Constance 3t Oeorge CaUeoder. Ethelbert Lucas, Nod Leon NeblMt. AUrsd Walthe, Violet and Deane, Archibald Wharton, Meta I. St. Thorn*' Brathwaite. John per Brathwaite. Eustace ., Carrington. Ruth Drtwalf Mary Edey. Elijah (II) Grixn. Ruth Odle. Kenrlck R (11) Payne. Joseph A. Stuart, Bias Thompson, Leonora Yearwood. Frederick A. Amount krantad I C ?6.00 100.00 42 00 20 00 75.00 JO. 00 120.00 27.00 S B.00 D.00 27.00 38.00 35.00 40.00 3M.90 36.00 30 00 30.00 50.00 100.00 M 00 85.00 50.00 378.00 50.00 108.00 10.00 150.00 70.00 380.08 50.00 144.00 260.00 225 00 36 00 120.00 38 00 100.00 108.00 5O.00 71.00 60.00 216.00 10 80 108.00 M.OO 28.00 36 00 76.08 3800 150.00 ,8:8 MOO 50.00 20.00 ll •0 00 II 100.00 1 180 100 875.00 40.00 •0.00 10.00 20.00 50.60 38.00 38.00 12.00 75.00 Locality Hdgg-ti Hall Jackmari" Haggatt Hall Wavell Avenue Fairlield Hacsatt Hall Lodse Hill" Haggatt Hall Westmoreland Garden Deane's Villa mWestmorcland Curiosity Village Prospect rden and Ml. Standfast Sea View Newaleat. Ashlon Hall Pie Corner Pie Corner Harrisons and Checker Hall Sea View Tru Risk Pie Curner Checker Hall and Barrows Nr. Lowland Checker Hall Rarrisoni Mount All Friendship and Cans Garden Mount All St Simons Mount AU Bcllcplain* Mount All Relleplaine Whltehill Nr The Spa St. Sylvan* rr 'Aft Nr. Bayleys Stioud I. iiid Endeavour and EaMbourne Penny Hole Stroud Land Marchlicld and Klrtons March field Diamond Valley Belair and Ruhy Marchfleld Airy Hill Nr. The Homo Eastbourne Stone Hall Kirtons Nr. St. Martin* BayfleM Nr. Long Bav Nr. Union Hall Nr. Mt. Pleasant Bay lay.% Kirtons BartletU Maxwell Hilt BartletU Edey* Village Industry Hall Kntrrjir; .' Pegwell Bournes Nr Hope well Walls Tenantry Maxwell Hill Charnocks Munroe Village HagRutt Hall Dash Valley S liorpe Cot !unroe VIII ago Welchman Hall Carrington's Village Christie's Village Spring Farm Rock Hall Briditefldd and Jacju Welchman Hnll Arthur Seat Arthur Seat Hlllaby 1 2 1 0 i a 8,865 00 5 .2 ii. 2 nl, 1 w 2 1? 1 1 (15 X 1 INI > M J HI; H t III t 0 IS I 1 14 4 3 in 1 1 1 ml 1 X 1 00 1 (1 10 4 > mi 4 M 2 H %  0 00 > 1 -.'.-, A 0 :r, 2 in 1 %  a > Ull X 0 H 1 2 n; X m 1 • 00 i i 2 0 1 X X 14 1 02 X X n 2 00 1 0 II 1 1 00 1 X M 0 X JJ X INI I mi X 20 X %  1 0 02 X llll I II X II 03 X 00 2 0 III, 4 X (III 4 0 '1.1 1 1 02 III X (in 1 0 III 1 X 1 to Ti 1 0 04 X 07 1 0 37 1 X %  X %  X 00 ft I 00 I 00 1 X 1 oo (III 1 2 1 211 3'. St. Andrew Best. Burton Forde. Darnell A Walkas. Oliver St. Jotepta .jr.-...ter, Eustace McD. lit Helena Straker. Winston St Fhillp Rrathwaifr, Arnold EM Hrj'.lu^iiit.-. Ri, ruird H. Deper Brathwaite. Joseph. En 144 00 n oo SO.00 100. 00 58.00 71 00 8UPPLBMKHTAEY LIST Or APPLICATIONS FOE LOANS PEASANT8 LOAN BANK lull. Samuel SeirTert McClean. Lincoln ?%  '. Moore, Joseph N Dec pi Moore. Reginald DaC Sargeant, Laurie P. St. Janss Austin, George Beinetd Johnson, Matthew (13) Small. Winston Ellison It Patar Clarke. Adolphus NlcholU. Oswald A 8t Lucy Alleyne, Ada Letltia Archer, Salbarn Green. Kenneth and Isabel Griffith. Alphonso W. .. Johnson. Vera and Frederick O'Neal. Arnold Edwin §2S gZBfSSBS** CoHymore. Ae*.. ..Amount MM xo.oo 30.00 OS 00 71.00 34 oa if 00 00 00.00 x.oo 100.40 MM Locality Hajgatt Hall liajgall Hall and Burneys Haggatt Jlall 8 grant's Villa**, older s Hill Ntrholl's VlllaoAthlon Hall Ttl: tjl in tesr Harrt>n. ftrtreat | Rock Hall Villajr ;Thr Rlik I I ? 11(1 %  I II X 15 1 I %  } •>: %  1 I | 1 1 0 1 1 %  J M 1 %  1 (Id 1 1 II 1 1 at 1 1 m and chrlatopher 120 00 Clarke. Daphne E. et alia Coppm. Nella Alleyne .. Moaeley. Georfe Alorua Jor .. 40.00 170.00 110.00 Pilgrim. Trie lonie M 00 OUnat Ckrcli Bi.pham. Samuel 100.00 Cook. R H.;(.nr. 54.00 Snmll. John 72 SO Trounan, Israel •0 00 St Oeori, 22.00 (lodd.n. Adelaide K 7ft.M St. Thora.v. Uwarda, BarUen 45.00 lieuilli'v. AU'x.-inriir 4.00 i Joseph N eo.oo Mayen. James A. 150 00 Medici d. IIBOn ,. 150.00 Waami. (>p*ai Au(uui 78.00 Mile.. Fill Albert 75.00 UieaUty Moimt'A! Cane Garden Shuffler. ViUa(e Chunbotaau WalkerHailing!.. i Brereton Fi.jr Ro~ <• CoOaje Va!r Bent ham Chancery U.n Charnock, Daah Valley Greens Caninslon Village Farmer. Hlllaby Wclchm.in Hall Welchman Hall Welchman Hall t 0 00 1 0 44 3 It 00 (HI 00 GOVERNMENT NOTICES Alter (AmendmentI Unler. IMt N i I in th. inTUial Oaisatb 2. Under this Order the maximum retail aellin. I net— Red Cedar No. 1 and 2 Ol lun'.ablc D. pre a* lollow.;— M 311 20 34 34 00 22 APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS PEASANTS LOAN BANK "B" A|.;uii..: NA4KF.S iMHlIti A H. p. 1 3 39 %  sjMBsal ,,„,(„! 20 00 ajrarrtect St. F.r Clarke. Adolphus %  ,. Ashlon Hall J c. 72.00 St. Lncy Archer, Salbarn Babbs 1 0 31 300 00 04 00 St Aneraw Sli.kei. Winston Walker. 2 0 00 540 00 144 00 1 0 00 270.00 SI. Plnlip Hayncn, Clarence l^npold Ilayfield 2 00 .'.in i— St. Oeorge Neblett. Alfred Daah Valley 1 2 IS 1X8.00 200 00 1.7X5.00 APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS PEASANTS LOAN BANK. "C" NAMES Locality A R P. Amount %  ranted 130.00 300 0(1 Amount previously granted %  t Mldiael Burroucs St. '.I-:. Maughan William 11 Lulher Deacons Road Paynes Bay I 1 00 2 01 450.00 APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS PEAiANTB LOAM BANK "D" Locality It Mlcliaat Arthur. Thornat 1(111. Samuel MffTt MeClean, Lincoln Eit. Moore, Jovph N. Dec. per Moore. R. A. DaCSiiiUh. Lilian Stuart. Dorothv ft Kiutor:i St J.I 111 CH Pariay, Mtnlhy A. Miller, Alfred und ( Licorlsh, Florence Rcevps, Dudley . Snull. WiiiMon Ellison Bt PeUr NlcaoJU. Oswald A Turptn Eleanor | St. Lucy Allrynf. Ads U-tit;i Corbln. Marion Green. Kenneth A Isabel Johnson. Vera Bi Frederick Marvllle. James E. O'Neale. Arnold E. Sobers, Ivan C Sobers. St. Clair McD. Bt. Andrew Bovell. James H Forde. Darnell A. Foster. F-smond E. J0BM, Cyril Lewis, James A Walkes, OUver Ward. Richard St. John Codrington. Edith A.. Nurat, Mary (lladyt St. Philip Alleyne. ClaremM II Alleyne, Melvln W Alleyne. St. Clair Brathwaite. Arnold Est Brathwaite. Richard Der per Brathwaite. Josepti. Ern and Christopher Clarke. Daphne et alia Forde. Leolta B Holder, Milton Mascoll. Ewart G, Maaon. Joseph Si C. .. file f,.-, .:i.r Pilgrim. Irle Ionic Ohrl*t On arch %  radshaw, Charles C I^yne. G. Kathiean Moore. King Herman Pollard. Joseph Small. Cation C, Small, John Trotman, tsrael Wiltshire, St. Clair Cave Hill HaiKuM Hall llagsatt Hall 1'iir r.i' and HwKKntl noil Hi.jm-.-i Hnll liickni;.!.We-il..,, Curiosity Villae Wisjasnft VUlaRr The Whim Ash ton Hall Archer* Checker Hall Oabbs Batraai Checker Hall and Barrows Rock Hall Villsge CMclter Hall Harrlxoru Hlllaby Mount All Triopath Mount All Mount All Cane Garden Wnltchill Stewart! Hill Scaly Hall Nr. Bayleys EasUourne Endeavour and Eaalbournc Duncanf Harlington Brereton Dtamond Valle> Mr. The Horn. Nr. Union Hall Nr. Mt Plea-am Marchfleld Itcntham BartletU Charnock Pegwell Walls Tenantry Nr. Eallnit Grove Char nock •. Silver Hill Sergeant's VilUge 8*e loddiM floddlM. Adalaide K. st Ttaaauw Hnir... Wilhelmlna Coll.ru. Cyril M. . I'hmael. Joaepli Gre Shop Hill ft Grand View !:•.Hall ( hi. -iVlUage Carrineiun Viliare IllllnliV I 0 01 I 0 X* %  %  0(1 IX) 20 %  no %  > m 1 xo 1 I J4 2J0 0d •0 on 100 00 240 no oo oo •0 00 1X0 OH ISO.DO SO.00 OO 00 xo oo 120 00 SOaOn SO 00 70 00 110 00 100 00 TS 00 100 oo xo.oo 40 00 00 00 TS.I 00 I 7.000 N 7X 00 IX on X OS.00 &f B.00 1X0.oo 00.00 XS 00 10 00 4-i .HI SO. 00 XO.OO 10.00 7X 00 M.oo XO.OO ISO oo 71 on 00.00 M.oo 70 00 00.00 40.00 4S.0O 60 00 IHAND TOTAL No. I already had t It COLUMN ONF bga containing 1.000 $30.00 per 5 bundle* containing 1.000 $312 00 per 1.000 beard fee* ?id Augtisl. 1932 The attention ol the yubli. "' '" Betulallan 10 0( He HWor Vehicles and Roa.l Traffic Hegulail'mi. 193X, which provides ;. i follows:-"Every driver of I DMOal vehicle shall comply *llh the following Rules: — (II) He BjMll n.U K> Uw mau >' **" % %  l,.„„ or oil,-, ,., I .He ul K'ving audible and OSatti-ienl wiiiiiii., %  No person shall UK lit* nor ,n tnatrumsml ao as to he a nuisance "•' i"O0te, and DM Director of Highway-, an.I Transport spoil liave power at any time to prohibit in.' uw ol any su.li horn or instrument. the use of which Ita II I npoao Is Uaj to be, a nuiaance or cauae annoyance or danger lo the mineral public." A number ol motor vein.:, %  !. li.-n fitted with sirens .nid whistle... These m '. .i nuisance and cause annoyance lo other people, and the nol rw* innlnnr.enti ishoraby prohibited 30.7 S2—Xn. Vacant r~t of A-d.lant Fnsl.i l-uhllc WatlU ISenarlment . ...1 ..( AaalaUnl engineer. Public ttnk. rjrgatrUaaml | Th. .n-l the salon '• Sc'' .1 11,0201.920 120.'mi" %  NI ' %  'iniiini A COganencing salary above the inn mdidalc %  I.-, r. .I it hi. i-\iierii-ii.-.* gnd -1 ..il ..ILH.I. Appoinlmenl will l0O n %  Dal %  l n F00B i" the Hrsl instance. 4. The appoinlmenl will ba aabjocl U < "'"i"-' 1 Keoi.l.u %  Ihe local Civil Sen. and Instructions Pnasagixpense. not exic-duig 11.440 will be payable oo It %  II a bail..alai "• n"-'''!'"" ... ..:. .iiihment (Uavc Pasigos) Ordei, 1932 .V The dutlaa attaching lo the post are I" -i '-' • '"< W work. I niainlenan.. :. n of buildings and wharf wall( the Department, th. %  ttotlvt, nnar.cial and discipline!, .-..mi. i .,l in, daaaajlmenl %  " ll,n ,,u '" ao the Colonial Engin.'""'* Candidates shoulI I ',>'" %  J Degree.-xcnipll.ig from s,-.i,..n A god B :. i„lxer.hi|.. Kxamination of the Institution il l ml Eof LM n *"'" ""* x| "" ma in the construction and design nt buildings. ; lb, uic.sslul candidate WU I""l" 1 -" 1 '' "Mao a moto. i.n use m the pcil.iiiiii.nec ol his cli" %  callow. act will be paid in ....... lance ilh the provisions of thr Travelling. Ilowanee Regulation. %  The successful canindiiie will lie rOOjUlrorJ lpass a m.-.lic . xaminalion He may nl... be n •' %  "no fOM** "". !" ""' in the Colony at the ( %  I. Applici,ii..nshould lsubanlltor] t" l h 'Ciinnial .Secrlar> Itibllr Building.. Bridget..w n I" rciuh him not later than list Augu.l. 19SI. 10 Certified cnpie. (nol orlginalsl "f levimoniol. dinuld I..it.iiiili.-.l 3 M—!n VAI ANI I'OKT III I Haunt II I'A I -Hlll.tMilhT, llir AgTMUNI .>' THK (MIVKIINMFMHA! rFIIKlltMlKT AMI PATUOI.OCIST Aliplu-ali.-ii. nlOd lot I ilogist. :yepartiii.-nt -.1 tin OovorDJ I-.. n i :..:..i..-' latO LalltcJoiliBt. 2 The p I !J.2B0 r J40-MI.240 in IW il,.I Salary i. sul.j e.l in annua' deduction of four per centum under Widows and Orphans I'enshni A.I iinli-s.. whiill. ... p.id..11. \, II.(,| l.v %  baaaOJS ,il a Widow.. i ., iiii.ti.... I' i I m,M 3. Passages up u> n ggOl 0 '.( $1,440 arc liakl on Oral up ussUt i baam .ii..-' '"" '•• %  "' '"•' •*•* IMfatol i god lam poaaogM are paid m aooardonoa w-iih SM Civil labllalimcnl il...... > %  lS2. 4 Quarters are nut provided. A. Candidates must hold graduate medical .l.-giees rrglstrabl.n Ihe United Kingdom and have a sound general knowledge Ol ..iboratory work with a bins lowardl ih.uihal pathology. ft. Dulles of the Office are In assist Iho Govenuntinl Batten. I 1'ial and Pathologist with special relation l 'he Clinical Pllhologica! .nil Meitlen-Legal wurk of Ihe Department 7. The Offlcci will serve under Ihe immediate supervision and ,, nlrol of the Government Bacteriologist and PathologUsI and undcirsg genvial .ii|i--iii.l,-..'l.ii,, ii .1 I linn of the Director af Medic' Scrv.ce*. I. Applicalicns should be addressed to the Colonial Saerataii .lildgelown. Barbados, lo reach his Office not laicthan Ihe 7tb Dl \iigust. 1132 I07.SX. Electrical Engineer Oo'emmenl Blectrioal lnipeolor'a Department Applications arnmii.-.i (... Ihi ..ml !"' %  ( uf F.lectrual Engineer ll.iverniiieiit Filed,,.,! I. pattg „ partineiil. Barbados. I. The post Is pensionable with salary al Ihe ratenl IS.700 ir annum In add,'. :.coal ol IHtataj iJlaWOIsri -' .154 per annum Is payable Holder ..ill bo liable to the payment nl Widows and Orphans contributions at the rate of 4% of salary Ni. .juarler, an |.r..vi.li„ i'.-i.,:,t. mpipggg '•' olTker and family nol %  nceedlng 11.440 .,..pavyabl ir.t appointment. Leave poaaago provided 3 A|.|.,uil .! ...il i. „.,le .ulijCct to medical lltnaaa. anil %  Ill be stlbieet t„ lb, ( %  'h' UWOll Civil Sen %  -< %  It.gulations and lnslrn. 4. Candidnt, . I, i lh. ag. "I 40 years and ahould |i'sesB tho following utiallllcatlons: — CotpnriittMenibirslup ..f the Instltuuon of Electrtcal Engineers. London, nl e,|.u..ilent .(ii.ililicatn.ii-. with at lead live experience in pnwer asaetrtcal .-ngiiieci-nig sine. quaUfylng. 3 The holdci ..ill M lequncd to takr charge of all eleetri,:,. installatl'inund, r (i.i.-ii. M conliol and be responsible for the inspection of all non-omrial Installations. 8 Applications should be submitted to the Colonial Satcrelar. Public Buildings. Bridgetown, not later than t2th August, 1052 2T.7.B2— ?n NOTICE TO THF QaM K \l I'l m.lt OUR AHTIIIMi:HIN


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THURSDAY. JINK VI. 1852 r BARBADOS ADVOCATR PACE FIVE MEMBERS CRITICISE y^ £ !" !" m m ^^ ^ GOVERNMENT'S DELAY • From Pa*r 2 consider., Ujn that there were the Senior Member for St. John but they could not afford r.ot to about 170 employee* who would could have used to arrive at $8 do tt and to his mind that was be benefiting by this resolution per week. the more Important. If they did and In spite of all the talk they The Junior Member for St. not implement the report of the heard about imported officials. Lucy, he said, had, like other Committee they would be Triced Ihey would see that from th| list, mwnbtra mackm..nv •xamt-r >with a regular exodus from the 108 of the 170 offlctuU were tin-is mid had said that wlnlu top ranks of ih come down agreement. Il was true that thrir The four — u -* i.. ...—.. m„ „n.k W~J .._--<_.,._i.. %  %  • ._ ,n islands .lualitlcation enabled them -* -v r m S ,altc U P vacant P sls In iwlahfcourMr Wilcott continued to stress arguments previously made for the Resolution by the introducer of it. Mrs. E. Bourne (L) said she did not see why there should I* so big a gap in the salaries of the headmaster of Combermere and headmistress of St. Michael's wrong for them not to carry them which had unanimously agreed to out. because the efficiency of the the salaries. If members doubtService would E*> lower than act that, it was a matter for them. what It was and they would not H. far as to say. he be able to attract to the Service. ..nd. thai the then President. Mr. the quality of trained people for C. A. Coppin was one of those who whom they were looking. v. ;:h lilt was true that in the last He knew it was true, he said. three years, they hi-d had good that some of the weak fellows crops. At the present moment, after importing tt in the Whltley ow^'ivCwil although it was a bit early lo say Council, *;> around some of the '-,, •**_'""' ,.. •_-—-— so. It looked ns if next year's .^k-d them not to .* "i*"? reanaMe and she crop would not he ai but nevertheless, there ^J^I ^S toot^fn the lower good as the last thr* an ag r s eaent to It KackcVn^V^ were depend; ... OM economy. United Kronomy >,e heads ,on ,,,, . Rfr. .:. ,:. M M ,.. Sdd that '^eAn.l^'lSrn*. she said. Barbados with a limited economy should have been disendowed Mild not nfford to pay salaries even before this session, and she nothing wrong If the clergy I BOUOWINO TMti* WIDDINO In Chicago, singer Ula Leeds embraces her pianist-husband. Irving RorUUn. H has receoUy been her accompanist at a cocktail lounge where she has been appearing. Miss Leeds, a former film performer, attracted considerable attention when arrested ID 1 In a west coast mariluina raid, (intenrttionol Stmrvipheto) Brooker's Inquest shedroo/charred Adjourned TrJK INQUEST into the circumstances surrounding the dca& of Malina Brooker of Sherbourne, St. Jolin. was furtheroadjouined yeslerday until Monday, June 23, by spread His Worship Mr. C L. Walwyn after the Court heard two rea witne&es. Shortly after 4.20 p.m. on Tuesday the Fire Brigade was called to Bank Halt, Si. Michael, where a fire broke out at the house of Matilda Taylor. The fire destroyed a part of a sldo and shed roof, but the Brigade got the flames under control before they could other nouses in the Board Of tfealth Approve Sale Of Land Malina Brooker was taken to IntttllOTittimt lAttl'S UM General Hospital on June S *"**tgrW§Vn UtttVB after she was involved in nn accident with a. bicycle on Pool Huad. St. John, at about 830 The Legislative Council at its Hurting on Tuesday [nistponed 16. Bnrt alntalncd badoi with i.'hmitcd economy sh-'n'l.i "have'"'lien" disendowed OJ IAIIUI Dr. A. S. Cato who performed ,0 ""migration. Some ot tne members on ni t**M not nfford to pay salaries even before this session, and she 'he post mortem examination at right seemed lo argue mat there compared with certain islands BI, W nothing wrong If the clergy The Board of Heullh at UwU' the Ganeral Hospital Mortuary was n great .nitereiRc oetweon Many of them agreed that when W ere struck nut from the list for meeting yesterday npproved the n June 15 said that the body of tfctj Attorney General in Barba„ c ., mt , ,,.,., ltB ^.(is-post like increases. Thev should not redivision and sale of 16,454 square the deceased was identified by doe and the one in finds. > ('""" %  Mr< ^,1,-, certain specialist's cpive any parfcul irh nice ireetfeet of land In lots at Goodland, '-"'lie Greenidge. There was no and they based that on the .ngupost, by all means they should ment, rsocclally when thev had St, Michael, bv Mr. U. J. PinIradure of the skull and death ment that the revenue ot this colrB)ie (he ^gr^ gnj tiy lo ony was $12,000.00(1 a 1 against ^g^ BU itable atbeen'so brazen as to talk about vlclno. resenting the Maude Hill '.oard alvo approved the I due to cerebral haemorrhage. Explaining cerebral rl 1P of tfl '" ,K0 to t,le i ur >' Vr Ca, ul land inlnl* llaI ,horc wns qntily of bloo *rK,iT: the brain of the deceased an hacmorrid blood id M0.OO0.O0O in Brinsh i>i>iana. rteferring to the statement bv In the matter before them, it following: Would they also ar L ue that a „,,, Sn n i, ir Member for St. Josenh Wfl not thai she doubted the The dlvfeinn and cantonccr in Barbados was getlnril „ ^^ no ff|)r to fa)| Q |n Covernmrnt but she had some„er< 9.5 pcrx; h l n . > h £ fSS* 1 ** ol on crease the salary of a man staying .*„, %  ago had a talk with a certain at Newcastle, si. John, bv New! .. British t.uiana. )n Barbados because he bed a post Fneli-'h woman who observed to castle Estate Lid. in addition to '" %  '*""• have been caused bT s By ,h ,L !" i0n i^l e n,!, which couWi lH in d V* "E W that many people from her SB9.536 square feet in lo5 .So at ,,e *"* had received a vio! % %  life of h.mhe coud homP lown were often willing Newcastle by Newcastle Estate U l r ^ w on lne .J"S? ... not soe how a Government could t - nccent lobs In the West Indies. Ltd. wilh the execpuon of tot No. Greenidge said that the de%  "•aaed was his wife Ihe report of Ihc C In Carlisle Bay innkine thei attractive people and foi lhal reason honourable members would 1* where 1" that night. W % %  ('with any serious crisis b ,. „ M kHcriid not ^ whv wW een should fpel dissali"-|hgro f.wl becnuw the salaries of the mH icnncies. That as not sufflricn Imnnrlnnt an had been increased. i (or nM | point latfc Of hrinj?inR tho 1>rrg lf )np Government being only, lands of East Point Planti pay of _thrhsads In question on a human being were liable to atf Uon, St. Iliilip. by Messrs. G. L. when ther31; thf division and sale of 1&4.14S CFJ ^' i w s showed that square feet nl Ventnor Golf Club fno, 5* r V P 61 adrartisRood, Itorkley. by Mr. Jacob I" J "" P ?,,'„ n Bernstein; the dividing and letft* 0 "?' wt^ L that memting for purposes of agricultura £J2 I T* !" S Z lent being only, lands of East Point Planta,.VS?-: .* %  n level with the pay for id thai In 'he face of F, and S. B. Goodlng, Trusi iiwuiig members to provide lrivl lo m .intPin the Anglican ne Resolution had all been large salaries for imported *-ngchurch, and so their bottrr source-; ,, nic ue| earn memoer adding conlishmen, etc. of revonOO did nol have that slmrti ;, e crilicisms. It was tho He would llko to say from the rt rr-"lne weak, viewing the salaries in 1948 had r,>r --, it from him to defend said that the salary structui lie said, for the t/* ider should at least last for BvS .Me of doing that better •* It would mean as far as he WB t v, nn r.-tvo^e ot them. More than concerned that i' the salari stature ha i„, DO OH ma' 1 ARHivtis nr a M i He look lur In the General ON MUNHAV Hospital after a doctor ssw her. '',""!_* %  ."' %  ". u Ot! June IS he idc.it.ne.1 O.e bocly ^"fuZ"&*mJSTJ222i 11 the deceased lo Dr. A. S. Cato. urn .... It was about LIB p.m. At this stage the inquest was ad|ourned until Monday, June 23 at 2 p.m. understood where he stood. He said that it look a courageous man to have brought a measure like that before the House, knowing the circumstances ol Barbados and besides, there absolutely would His Worship Mr. ('. W. Rudder, Police Magistrate of District "B" yesterday discharged Verona Df rlanaon Tenantry, St. in the case in which $!" %  was charged by the Polio with IhO murder of a newly born baby OH M..v 23 Mr. F. G. Smith who appeared T.aXsV on behalf of Verona Jacknuin %  H U Ward submitted to the court that U element in the •' %  '" l>aSa Sir.: Altait M.r..M.. Han K.-dwinin, Htln Ii. .. -1. 11. w .,i roll, H.-.lt f Moot*. MnftinNr Merklvi. I ivanon Potd, Annta Ptrrta. Bdllh Mrs. Ward Will Represent local Y.W.C.A. In T'dad "'— TrlaMtdi N. Iluylaivt. K. Itoern, i rarMrlfis. It. Slilm jin, M Mm-lnri I M %  OeoikBg, II Ooodim, A 0iliiitf, 1' aondtng, 4 Ooodlns, n Bcvll. Timm (iir-ii. P Prudlw>mm. Preudlvomnw, L „, „ Atamtar. B D rmu.. J U. I-. Committee meeting of tho moth*, s IIOMM, B WCI-IMT. G. i.iiMonday. Mrs, ,OB cmon. r Camaron u Klcclrd lo *S**g H3k %  "" """" ... IWWlit th. Y.W.CA. t Ult ,,, uTSS*, „, Job „ „„,. crime was nrt t"*nobean Association Conicrcnce M. At 1 \ "hc'SaS^"ev hopea ProvS' l aAd ht cU.,Tcould SS ' b. held In Trinidad g.t .he people they hoped £ d ^ -^ ^ ^ pco sccuAugust 7_ to 19. Other m were to be revised for pcopli one category soon, they tm not only to himself. but to the people of Barbados. Mr was no bers of Vaughan said It nrierlng that the memI .111 trial as the prosecution had not made out prims faaia membois association may from pn^RTuitrH u> n w ) A the Government Party Aftej have to do likewise for people in other categories. He Mid that he hsd pr.-ss?.] for the consideration ot all Govern men t emplo>crs and an nii agreement was resched In which , v ,,".„ hft he nr d that in th -•ae It was deeld-d tu review f-.,.^ 0 f'.'%  fa-t that many of them the salaries and wagrs of *H nv to his Government employees and to l trer u jth, and IhCad thai in the that he had atrced whole-heartr r ]i ( ., feyf Sf ,,„e 0 f Ins speeches edlv. might have been regarded as If il had not been for the pressire son. he wns unable to rcconing demand mode by poo-!e in e | ]( fam. He could not see how the hightr brackets, It1 edUid be said found It impossible to refrain J?arS W from criticising the government. " r ? c ^„, h ,L. kman loft the court ited her and "from" criticising the government. "! r *^„"" *| ,h l nc murd r Pl Insinuations |U wld that with one or two her newly bom baby. When he heard Insinuations exceptions, members on that side eedsjr was a wdlk man (f ln0 ,.,1^ were doubly distressrnd couid not face the Administrad when they found themselves in the posiHon of being forced lo support a Resolution Of that sort. Political Appeal Mr. Vaughan In an attack on the Leader of the Government said "I am making a political anneal to you. The politiral 'uuirVrS-Thc ffir 2 IhU Ho U is loin. inat aner me ____ w ,„_ ,„_I.L., that the local attend. A gcnoral meeting of tho Y.W.C.A. will he held on Monday. June SO, at 8.30 p.m. Lady Savage, the patroness, will be present. Inlgad (i l^in.hf.t. W MaVi %  pool, Pl Cuopar, II. J 0.1*. n BBMawasaa C Oagootf, r Brrmi n ai*..<-i. a, M. ,,... II. Boxlrr, I> W.lcom*. 1 MOKSB W WMUI-I 'I.H.I. 11. 1Slhtli Ma, 1 Ii .1.11 C.CLL. INDEX nmutm 9r\ma The co^l of living Inoeg remained the same at the end <>r month. 313. This Is bli increaftlast month a a it ws-i the prevfout of two figures I the STRONG WINDS YESTERDAY There were strong winds accompanied by Intermittent spells n{ rain yesterday. Tho stroriK winds MAKTIM^I Vau**nt*. M 1 St LUCIA r Marnlu. C. %  I %  l'airavirir>, A. bla), J GKCNADA: I Palx SI. lam q %  ., %  Air urn* • had mi * l >' igneTdaTi. he could Dot since f T^h^Jh^ ^P'c an sntin" ,,* 1 .. 2r" the low 1 b) lUl when he nP*S?iij-Kii vanLs i be glad 10 see tl % %  I ju member for St John higher rank, v.. %  "/ %  "stape'MrV O. T. Allde'r *^ hc ^^.V.^^nrofeSnal .iderat'on. because t > and said ^;Vm\ hc RcSuK'She that they would not be overlook, ; ,,ntoneei ^ '"• ^ c ^ vote a single •**• %  I in envelope with ^^Suiiv He said r %  n" "^Sf 1 lhM In .h^theVh.^ Grants Retrospective w-oei's pay. ThU man was an JJ { | ^ nc ^H ion w hc rc there — id a dearth of adminlstrati of tho yeu a m K *ya* 311. in 1 %  it had a ll'nip to 31* (ind the following month dropped two The In mean iincg 11139 on all -'1281 and on food only, 192.87. The i>asis i 103. bcginnirig | al i y in lhe St Michael area, bu. l-.dr SVal. Auiiln llliftli Por I'DKHT'I WCO: Mr A..lia HriHUWKt, Ml. Caff a M fHiUlll. Mr WsfNa Itu.rl. Mr. Pariiira't.t l>ti',(.iMl, Sir Jiim DBMrrSS MUa MllllC'nl %  pfeasa, %  Dntaie mfnutas at a time. During tho ^*'"l*•"....* a.ffreir ...<.. J day it was not sufficiently icgular M ft in hinder pedestrians travelling. 1 !"iid hung over the island all day. MAIL NOTICES "Brazil'' And "Planter" M.i Whenever -those recomrr-.i This ndnasiist-mt enntonccr. The Steamship Ilr.;;II .Uta ,e ability c. inrriay morning HOUSE BROKEN Hill DO llOMd I lions wcrebe^-mVde. he d .."ConUnumt. M^^ale^ MM lg^ 2 SSTZ^'+gmj* i^ !" Z&dttJZ n £?'ZZ effect t: that 1 'Senior Manbertorau JJ^ UtaBd constitution by the „„„„ -,-,,„ lll n .". i -! that they would hav April 1. 1969 ... .. *ar"l Mail and Oissnan' Mail st S Cwendolyn Brewster of walku .m arid OWM" Mau im Tenantry St Georfci reth* ssih juno. twi li, t -|slard'. conslllullon by in. mntm. Thla il.12.1-!,,,, *,,„ hi ,, ^, rlod ,„ i, ,.„,,„ u,,', h ,., M.u; >.. n, y !" . M...1M-. ., amm so"m to know* lhal cubscribe to an: thing thai tend lo i inh r.. r. Any sliow%  P "tea for eeai : %  rrived romctime between 7 nd 11 Townthai ministerial status In lay "mornan., on Tuesday and articles to l '*'^' M U, \-oghan ^^ U ^ l tir g k u,u raaagl the value of *28.15 stolen. a£FSm § m M what arithmetical method %  M .!.: % %  -I it stood u-forc Ibom, ti*y I see from thr |M under g. On fsge Rations. W killy for the HARRISONS EROAO STREET Real beautiful Plain and Brocaded Satin ti J2.S1 yd. Allovcr Lace la KM and M.13 yd. Kinbrnidcred Orciindie from S3.42 to M.52 yd. Plain and Watered Taffeta from $1.13 lo $2.00 yd. Bridal Veils from 8S.S0 lo $12.75 Bridal Headdresses from $tM to $4.05 AIOH.\ VOIR TAHLK FOIt VOI'lt IMIITIES We now offer in our Home Products Dept : Embroidered Tea Napkins @ $6.00 & $9.50 a Set Cocktail Napkins in Linen @ $11.60 a Set Special Painted Cocktail Mats @ $2.50 a Set CAVE SHEPHERD ti CO., LTD. 10-13 OAD $T, •HOI' CAN F.-UON IT BEIM1 THE SWEETEST TREAT f *&m MADE IN V K The Perfertioo of fonfeeilon. Ready-to-serve treat for fuerfdf HriNz Vegetable Salad in Majaja. naise is a delightful mixture of choice vegeiables, diced, cooked and blended wilh HHNZ delicious Mayonnaise. Ii can be served by itself as hond'ocmrc*. ith lettuce and other greens as a complete meal, or you can offer it as • >|| ial,le will, coUl i.,. ,i. Buy HtTNZ Vegetable Salad in Mayonnaise today.' mx aYOWri T_V-i HEINZ ON: OF THE VABIITIIS VEGETABLE SALAD tVfu snuty&**t4U4e> SOMITIUX1, v#;n / SOMETHING USEFUL! \ mi\\ ABSOIBLNT CELLULOSE SPONGF (Not Rubber) variety of delightful colours and for eviry purpose. For your Dath — For yuur Tuilet For your Baby—For your Household It misssces the skin It lathers soap Into fosm II la Rrilenle — can be cleaned by bolllsc Alwajs I" i-f-h and Clean See Them and (let Yoars Ta-dsy KNIGHT'S DRUG %  .•. %  .:;v,:v*v.'* c eaiieeeoe " i at ai rn eaaaaaeJ STORES I I





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( •AMA DOS ADVOCATE niiRsiivv nve u, its* CLASSIFIED ADS.I P,BLM ***** : %  >;' 1*1 Ml I WEAI. ESTATE I.IF.D at rci -,* ju., |, gate * i*K at M i-.r. %  MM MM abea n I CHari— id'and Wtrklwi iv t ran ANNMJMBMKNT9 •rf tami* today. v'A.vn:] HELP COOK An %  i/vi Rood* 31 P-achaa o( -iwl TS* MVN la MH of MMC and t at prvaeanl OIVKMO hHo l*o >laU Each Sat c-miauii dtawtng aeS dtauia %  %  —~ —A %  ntvunuiu. 1 iHaioimf wiUi %  ivlm I u|-MaM>. b-l t-tttwsit fMtwi ml luMi in yard 1-* *•> 'P^!l4l I. Jtal MM — .'! I", ,t (.,. fc.1* .. 1 M B, I -i s • .< .. Of*, lAJWOTON SaTALT. Luraa Btrr.1, Solicitor* %  1.9 H-S*. Ml MM OR I durtoBy l-ras* %  %  ,.....! I 1 "MiBj ,7. Dui 4411 I'.Vfc ...... ISM M... l>... fur* OBMM Sj ulaaa „fB|> (SB. %  -Merna <_>*U>i> h->.uMt, Worrit Lor Saloon, W..:•(*> 14 "—i. A-40 Salon-), % %  BB,fl|, J .l-j M.,. rley Newt. Wrfc-tTp. Fur am* in, M Fu:t fl-MU Garaf* US. ns MM. l> %  H—*. awrllina BOUM rontaina U*m* "v.o UJrcBw, aitGIc>l(r. SBIMI CW) intl-nrM. Oavriinarat w-lrr .,.>ul.rd. I.-.** *tr4 '.>. r-.. U l im ii H to ll kii.m IS, int.. '"wi." Mr hour* of |) i in. and 1 p at. Tha Dbov* dwrlUnf homo will r>r art II far nW By publK' aanpdtlllon -1 oui uokd, J.MNM sucst, an rntiay iiu. Ju.,. 11 pi NaW Morrta Model J Cab ..vat IviaBM 1MWI, Vaaa BSt*4> :-nMOT*. C %  All f*l. | Salivary, fort Hofal Caraga LM %  T^MaAwa UM u u-i .AJiJD iwmirB A. 'i nrydm Aoto. Ktpfta IMMC. %  Id odfil lvEUU-'.SION SUPTlXMaWT YOU* 1NCOMB <' %  i % %  : %  : %  hill n FOH HKAT HOUSES AKratliv.. BB— l fl, : I i. Unaa. aMMrMb|y fni..>tird ( Inill'* lUth. Pp.. BOP IH-I-OII tor MMptei Fi Taiphon mm. II I IB—1 r i FARAWAY. I i f.rnlahJ ro> i--i %  Dafrmbrr only. DM1 MIC ELECTKJCAL j ul rxnvad #r Minwm „l I.c Kmpoi rVK UATTSMY SETKJ nnd tmnel fhwK ilrdBtn* M in wtd* all raducad in aa CnM rard al KIPTA1 ANI. t? Swan "tratt IP 6 W EHUNal in-. Alii .ni.-a pin imllM DUl 41SS. ilrildl llnlrhli.oon A C' 11 .U 4n IIU.Ntt-B-d Irena R, > tumtUH-i li i Commonwealth Anthem Suggested LONDON. A. i ommonwealth A BU)tl*'i.'. i 'l in (he currrat iuo 0 "NAw CcnnroonweaUh" tn cour* ol conmuii! on plans for next yratV Coj-nalion'^ t.-u-monies. BoKJiics "God Save the Queen," tli other Common WDB I tn COUDtrie-, have their own Mithems. "But is ll not I lourrwl rontlnue?i, ''we rpali"ed the newi foe n Common wealth Anthem?" The writer goes on to sy: "What baxd or tompoter could a$k for n loftier subject? Should not the Pocl Laureate In this country, and poet* and camposeri throughout the Commonwealth. take this into serious consideration? We cannot, of course, achieve great poetry or music by committee, nor can Inspiration U t-nmmanded, hut a body so wldel\ loprcscntative an the Coronatioi CoinmiHslou might wHi conaMa whether huggestlons should be Invttgfl uion this subject, similar eayportuntty occur for some time. "A noble Common wea HI Anthem might play %  niei.ible part In helping to blno our family of nations n.orc close!;. together. The poets and compoaer, %  re often our most powerful legislators." —uE-a. Tl %  in missing Ministerial Status as it vi, .J^fiLi ISL^S^UL^H —" %  "^ f^ 1 -o^ 4 *"^ W "l/rSea* SnUmanlal aa the ^&^J^2Z*i2! r £?wi2*& hvm *2LC*to -**• Jun.or Member for St. Oeorge." taa Houav to smy Out the Hnapiui j^^, ^ Deprtnnto If the he said, I would point out that -iMd was not bettor MM now it mtur wu postponed unUl such lor ovor a period of years I hove is being administered by gov. Q M U another Itosolutlon was %  uceeodod in destroying tho rule ernmont. prepared and sent down. of the privileged parties, only to Attacking the ipeech made by rfr. Talma expressed fear* nay the rule or Ministerial Status Mr. Adams trhasi he Introduced that "this Labour O^jvernment 1 the Rosolutlon, Mr. Vaughan auld peinii led up wrong allevs," onlld*y in.10111 day el J,.i iSU at 1 p.'u tn* lolfc-wing J--i nhairi in WaM 1Mb BHmlt C l-i.4taO 111 aja>a in Writ India Sum BrBoarr Co. lanltng K • MlTOl.lJB St CO SoUelloiv /aughan said. The Junior Uso Labour Party it tho last |ec : "•"M 52T fu" \5^1 ^ Z* anJ. on4 lestro out the rank nd poor."* Of the "marks by the fllo who ^ned thia very Labou: .unlor member for St Peter, he Government in securing seats. taid "he had not a bit said anyH WM honina that it wu thing to Justify this ResoluUon; S^SS^VSt^ SS^ ha 6 u5% "* My d yrt > undsrmtos the policy of the **a "*Labour Oovernjnoat, and lood to H. continued "the senior mem%?sWt^&^2a& a, !" ber for It. Je-eph can be rj* ^^^S^LSlTSS'tSZ ^ umfflU lhflt *** lust fc tow d oaUy ovw^ofldent on cortain Vnmft )n |ne 90uMm ot „„,„, to disagree with tr* Oovernmcn: AUCTION w.ll -1 1 Mart, v. .i.i nonai. hmU \ I. G-nU undrrCoal-. Oanrial Bolta. Ktmrv j^Sllaf A Cullali-** MghUottOS. SJl, Kl ladlr* nrn-'lns Oni LndMn llawr siaMtkr aeS flSsi aHT. •Uackala. uaoUan %  HOB ——.. Motor Car rm. TOO'J. TMlrt rixtura*. Lawn Mowrr, M platr* !-.unl*• ireianna B tmmi MSf. MO balh St *. rtooi lilaa. OalvaniM anaat i, Galv. plfd, '. — lUMlowf, • PII (ASH M ArKP-N7.Il. .._ IB UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER I hnva boon liutroelr'. By on# of Oia lam>drlra lo aall al No 16 Ht*n Htirri ..n Tti.irodJw nrxx Ur isth at S p m tho (ulluwuts .— II dr % % % %  %  1 lady'i coat. S IUIU. SO roaU, S pra. pai hard ahirta 2 wi" roata. 1 ci-ah aonl. iOirr Hen DARCY whlW hak and TIBJ15 USM A. SCOTT. Aurtionaai i* • si. a* On* OvalUnr Ic purehai of S Urn %  d alnflv S siven Irra wiib o( OV-IUM Lanta othaiBjiai. Krcp us. uiat-aa I'AT BAHTS— SuppllBa of rat baits:rpi.rr.l b(h* AarW-.ittiiral Sori B tr i I innvnil.iblr to the grnaral public II o Omllrd period nt tho BIMI Shad, Hrrn'i Park, and nviy U> purchaarS each hatwrrn lha hour*, of S rurpt from II anil 4 p i M It D !0-3rt !" In tho I>al1r Talaftas* a* IViO:IO.D-P; now rtiadoi by Ahonly a fao >r> in lordrn Co.* K.I ItMimnUU*!. T.l P-tl for may Wo Sir I Ihr rnd nf I i.'harl LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Thr appllrntlon of HWhard C Naton >!n.iikrrpar of Collyinor* Hock. Idai of Uflnor Uranar No. Ml o*' tu srantwl to John I. SoaU In ranaot cf a 2 room board and .hmsla of BUhopi Court Itill St. aSSO to UM aiS nnor llci-rtar A.al aald prrmiira DUti lllll, St. Mtchaal DatsS l"l1711. Un of lum. 19M t A M.1.BOI) Eaq ,-. M MBafirSW, Dtit "A" II K MAIIKEll. for Applicinl >' H .ppllcaUon will bo conUai aal at a licanalna Court to bo Id at Pttltc* Co.irt. niatrlct "ACM .'onday % %  Inauranr^ Co. J sge S Up Wrong Alloys ,actic-lly shattered tonight." Reniiination The ftrt thing he would be Akvd. ho said, would be how would "hia boys" stsnd up to responsibility. He had already told them that >f they voted the| x^ssr£r-isS ss3S?Si?J ^^-SJ hi and vould resign. That was tho only way Constitutional Government could be carried on. They had come in with all the old arguments which had been very useful M years ago when they wore trying to destroy the Conservatives and they had got such s habit of making such In this colony, but the ,J^„ Uc ._ acn /' m ff? t J"' P On cortain matters, and on this b€Bt 7 ,I Q d i le, V. Uy v. for i h *.. G T£ rn occasion he realised that tho Oovment Party It they don t Iske a aj^cnt was In a vary embarrass'idden and concentrated review^ i_'position. He ad4ad, "one of thsir sins of omission and BMVT have expected a Rssolucommisiion. The people of tins Hon j)w tb4l to con,, down from colony will not much longer be ronervattve government, not a hypnotised by personality and the r-Kour P r Snriali-. C.ovetnmtnt. .iiflueiK-e and persuosive talk of fi, incres'ifig the salari. UBV1* TfW BU_ ,1/MPT.n . Whpn Mr. Bevln differed from Mr. Atilo*. he tot up ami Mid no and renigncd. But the following nJlht I.would be careful to point out that that wan not to be taken that he would vote against hi. Government. They told the people they were working together In harmony, then the Government came along with a major matter—the wholi r St. Joaenh *T f? a t. j '. rw..^XT^t. with a major matter—the whole .KWicndni "'Jit ?!""' ', ^ r Z .. establishment of the Civil Service Divers TXK Investigate Swedish Plane Wreckage STOCKHOLM. June 17. Divers prepared lo go down lo Ihe bottom of Ihe Baltic Sea, weather permitting today, to investigate the wreckage of the Swedish Dakota which newspapers angrily charged was another victim of Soviet fighter planes. Public indlRnation over yesterday's shootinr; down of the Calalina flying boat reached fever pitch which saw crowds jeering at Soviet officials and burning Communist newspapers. The Swedish press generally voiced suspicion that the Dakota "Flying Classroom" met the same fate M the unarmed Catalina which was searching for it. Conservative Svenske DagblaKed Nydag printed ofr,c,l Comdet aid that the "tl-ory that th, HaM) hut ret ataj* from %£?i?z&z fizz *£2es ^SI&^G the Catalina wa. atUcked in a Soviet manoeuvres? Stockholm non throughout Europe iMorned^ at loss as to what to l %  fatygjj of nsoundlng political "Stockholm'.; stupidity "—P.P. SHIPPING NOTICES irrom Oiir Own C>rr."pr>n.lrnt. GKENAUA, June 17 Hyacinth U* Orende 58, retired Director of the Supply Stores here which he served W years, died early this morning at the Colony Hospital. Ailing over a year, the deceased eight years ago survived l ritical illness and had resumed work for a period Tho flap* of all business houses in the cspital were flown hi respect toi.iy and hta funeral at tho .toman Catholic Church was largely attended. the corps*: lying in itate in the church, where he devoutly served, two hours earlier. He leaves two sons—Gregory being an Agricultural Assistant, and four daughters. .... J Hon. P. C. Noel and B. C. H. _^____—— Moore the Legislature's delegalef ..HtUOR LICENSE NOTICE! I the Conference of the "Wi irsANsrsa. ANO KBMovAi., Indian C.P.A. Branches, leave to Thr application of Moo tea WhlUvay ( moiTOW for Jama it. .f St Davidi, C). Ch purchaaar of Liquor LacasM No 1017 of IBftl %  anted M Kannrth Smite), In MM-." t j a board and %  alvaniird %  nop attache a [ > IWaldaftr* nl Walla T.-nantrv Cl. C1. D>lrii-I "D" for tMrmlMlon to Bases ilia utd llrrna* at u board i .... %  i, ,-,i ,PU ,..u..ni.rl atttaSbtf aj in Ch within DWtrlrt and to in.' thn Mid IMa.vM at BIM-H t dracrlbad prrmtMii Dated inia isth day of June mi W KlTDOnt Eaq DWUlrt "B". l.VALL lirST. f..r Applicant appiicaUon will bconat me l.ii'rmtng Couri lo br Mo-.it.> %  SHh day tf June, ISM at Folk-* Court* the) asnior member for SL J' The people ars sxpsric harder facts, and every day they %  £•£; of ln ; cTvilServire. Bu. h6ar : wsp r ;pe ri ,, i liato r"i2 SLXLi^SSSS'tS^M! 1 "*ft n the Honourable Member leader rn^aria laSS ^f St ^S^SSttt^ "VZ rl S t IS P F iP^S Id being catapulted lTOfn T ** m enar said, U perfectly true." he aald. power. The people of Barbados He Mid that it would be more "<• "> iiwung more than inferiorwill not be always asleep. The htme*'?ia, to train some of the Ity eomolex. pBOpW put you here and demandisland'* unemployed to fill tech..They were saying that overyOd bread, but this Resolution Is nical poits. and etr/vrewed fear-t U-ing ofllcia s told the Govern%  stons". that when the salaries of the njJ—; him *•. 1 t: h • %  %  tW 1 He continued, tho senior momHeads of Departments were inHe had "*> by no officials ber for St. Joseph has confidence creased, the doors would 1* closed on tho matter before them. But in his people, but, Mr. Vaughan to qualified people from the Unias ho had pointed out to the nrned. the people's confidence In vsrttUss because employees who party and was pointing out to the you Is rutnlng out." roach the top would want to stay House then, they know what they Returning to the Resolution, on over their time. we !" doing They knew what Mr. Vaughan aald he would not Mr. P. E. Miller urged Govthey had to do on that matter ami vote ono cent more for a Heademinent to compromise the matho could not make It clearer. aster of any school or for any ur. and postpone consideration The Honourable Member for educational officer until the oduof the Resolution until a similar St. Philip had not been really cat tonal policy of this colony is £esolutlon sJTecting the lower nasty in his language, though ahsoluielv reformed. salaried employees was sent down, perhaps not IntenUonally go. With regard to the technical Mr. JR. T. Braneker . the There was only one valid positions, Mr Vaughan suggested' Last member to speak on tho Rosargument, an argument made by that since the Caribbean Commlsolution. aald that a commission UM Senior Mom ber for Christ slop was a tour member governwould aoon be appointed, but it Church, and even in making it he ment organisation. Barbados would rlart its work under s grave had to put in some nasty remarks. might try to recruit technical perhandicap After all that had beeti Ihe argument was, could they snnnel from the United Stales if .aid, the Cotiimisaloner might afford it Well the Junior Memthose men were not available in well soy he would consider inber for St. George had told them the British Empire. cresses in the light of flnanees. hat he could sfford to psy more One wss entitled to presume taxes and there were many others Adclitionnl Cost that the CornmlssioBer would who could sflord to pay more peruse the report of the Committaxes, but were not pushed to psy He referred to the additional tee and when it was read that the them. cost involved in increasing the M Urlcs in the ivwiior branch of It had been the intention of the salaries as propose*! in the Order, the Service compared favourably Government In the absence of and said that the S180.n<>0 would wi|h ^^ Services, one would the proposed Fiscal Survey employ 360 people at JIO.OO :i no t be surprised If he took It that present the fullest background of week, and serve a much more n W as his duty not to make inthe general financial position of useful purpose. cresses tne economy of tho country. The Mr. Tshws, sold he wantsjg, observed that with the promemorandum had been prepared. ed to make his position clear, and posed increase, some undoubted II was a long document, over 150 said thai while he would be premllQti, would be hsppy in remainpages. pored to vote the salaries of the j n ) n eosrafortable posts while In short, he said, they knew technu-iil personnel, he cotild not qualified persons came and went, their financial position when the suppou ll..Resolution In ao far Renlvine Mr. Q. H. Adam* *" • %  % % %  il Survey came. On that OH the increaMw tor tl,e admUdt... (..— ,*•*,. am the question of rebasis, estimates were put in for traUve heads of dep3rtmsiits were cruitment which hsd been raised SIOO.OOO. So the argument wa* concerned. b* the Junior Member for the answered, they could afford it. He admitted his allegiance to ci'v. He said he did not know And they had already voted It. the Labour Party, but said, "1 where that member got the idea Could Honourable Members also owe allegiance to the 5.00U from, but no colony advertised Imagine that they would come to people who sent me to this Chamim ji recently in the West Indies the House with a flimsy scheme ber." Advertisements, especially mediafter eight weeks of knowledge.' Like other members who spoke lffl i ones, were done by the Crown that the back benchers were preV before him. he strongly criticised Agents. The majority of vac&npared to fight. Government for their delay In ( .i>a were advertised for In the "I challenge them." ho said, considering the lower paid amtfaUy press snd in technical "Let us go to tho country. The ployeos of the Government Serjournals. country know us. They hsve vice, and said that no harm could Some like the Junior Member seen ua too long to believe that be done If Government dsfsrred f or gt. Lucy snd the Senior we sre letting them down." consideration of the matter until Member for Christ Church were What was the difference, it was the salaries of tbe subordinate suggesting that the Government— being aald, they gave the fellows and upestabllshetl staff — the: %  .• or jj, some eases of suggestions, nt the top and not at the bottom. people who suffered most—were himself—had things thrust down It was never intended, but as considered and put before the it „., r throats. That abuse he soon as one wss touched and the House. He objected to the settii.. would pass aside, but he would other had ft grievance, they would asy that the Honourable member necessarily fix the other, for St. John hod seemed to think To correct a wrong impreeasion. that he (Mr. Adsms) would set ho said that he had aald that alabout to make a swan song. It though the Fiscal Survey might waa lust conceivable but not on not be rosy it could not bankrupt .nvthing he hsd said. them if they went on with that. He legretted saying, he said. He added th&t as far as cost of MONTSSAt. -BUSTBAISA. WSW /ItL.VMl I.INB USflTSO. IH.tKI UMK> g.S -ciot-rrjaTXRw MiiadulaS to ...it boon Port PirHMay Hat, Davaaaort J in. Mb. Malboum. June MO*. BydtVW Juna Sun Briahana July MS, anrnng at narbadaa akaut AusuM SSt. in addition lo farvrral caifa tSM vaaaal hi. aneM apaea for en Iliad and bard rroaast canto. Carte accepti-l on thraugh QiUa of Lading tot tmahirMt at TrlaJdad to BrIUah Guiana. Laa-ranl and Windward Islaess. roe forth** parUaMlan apply— HS-fl" WTTaVT a CO.. LTt., DA COSTA A CO., 1.TIV. WW'>WWOW JOOayS. lOf^ T. M.V "CACIOUX OIL 5 CABIBE' Will accept Carao and O IVaannactn for St. Lucia. eC • Thr nocapt Canra for Dominie*, Marat. NavU and St. S S.ahnC mday lOUt Inat. The M V ''MOrntKA-' aerapt Car so and Pai-fi.K*ri Dotnliuca. Antir'". "SSni Nnl. and St. KUlta, fnaay STth Mat. CaaMsMa — T-I-. Ha. SMT ^Mc0a,S* !" £#CNEW YORK SERVICE. aaila SO Juna gfg S jag UarbaO. l-t July. NEW OBXEANS SERVICE. CANADLIN SFRVICE -1TNDIU" 'T1STA'' "ALCOA Por-fTUt" "A STEAMER' .. -A .STTAMF.R" .. sAjag 'aoM Maataaal Ma.' IStt. May STth Juna ISlh Juna Tth JiSy Htt "!*< %  aaraasaa JUT* *Mh July Ittk Jutir sett. ROaUET TafOM LTD.— NEW YORK a. OCLP SERVICE Apply:— |>A COSTA CO.. LTD. CANADIAN SRRVICE SSSSatSSs;N THE 4 fVIIIU i \lI>OHH M Osener Broad snd Tudor Streets up of ,iiiv new commission snd said that the same committee which deslt with the hlghfi e sdod officials, rather than merehold out a promise to the smaller employees. It was entirely und siussly uoave you discovered' these delicious Sifwuits ? .. .i-l fair to say that the unestablished that that night members of the living wss concerned, they hsd via Trinidad.; staff should not hi> considered Labour Party had gone as near decided to leave it in abeyance. THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL PEANUT CAKE B 6c. varli ARBADUSY UER1E8 DIAL 4758 jill. .JAMES STREET NntitT MI Appliralion for Naiurali/aliiiii. Nollco is hereby given that Jerzy Josef Jan Tsd ii^' Klimczynski of "'Fernihurst" Deacons Road St. Michael, is applying to the Governor for Naturalisation, and that any person who knows any reason why natural Ira tion should not be granted should send s written and sigrsed -totement of the fads to the Colonial Secretary. 19.8.52—2n. | i you have not lasted *OvgJtiRC' Bis. nits >ou have a treat in Moss, You will imd them so crisp, so .';li,inL L, M si IMiiinp. llirjroicepiiongl nour Uhins qualities ned distin;LIH'ICJ fl'.uour jredue to the high quality of tbeii inyrcdicntv which •ntludc a pr.ip.rtion of 'CKjltin.." the w4WkT> moM ponahr rbe| bt ^ ia U E*. I 01 ml fJCWltOrM llMN i. luitliiiii: ^jiiiu* s,. %  |1] [if t1 1 i)\ ihltW hi.tiiis. Keep your children.. • FIT AND STRONG OVALTINE Your children will ilwaes be lull of lun —full of cucrgv . have s real sect for work or plsv ... il you give them HALIBORANOl-: every day. It h rich in the body-building snd protective viumim A & D—ensures stronp hones and muscles, mcresse* rrsmancr to illness. Children love taking Ilalihorange — the pwrc halibut oil is bkmkd with orange juice to mskei. extra delicious. It'* grand for adults too. Haliborange THE NICEST WAY OF TAKING HALIBUT OIL *a. I ti -W IT.'' RffS sssl aW %  idrroeft ii irutiu the* rSjiVvVs,'! % % %  M O M S* a M >ooe>ess>•>••• %  •< PLASTIC ITEMS IN ALL COLOURS KITCHEN SCOOPS GRATERS BOWLS CUTLERY TRAYS LIME SQUEEZERS CRUET SETS GLASSES FUNNELS F.GG TIMKRS KITCHEN CANISTERS ETC., ETC SEE OUR SELECTION GENERAL HARDWARE SUPPLIES HICKm 8THQT (Oppcite Pest Oface) PHONI Mil <. I Tu-u Special Lines umunf/ Ihimnnfi others ire hurljust opened. THEY ARE TWO &f BARGAINS. 54 inch ANDAR CREASE RESISTING SUITING at $3.52 Per Yard. .11 IN ,. rlANBI *> I III LONDON I I A SERVICE TO THE HEN Of BARBADOS Good quality KHAKI PANTS, all Sizes $5. 75 Each RELIANCE VALMKTTQ OT. I SHIRT DEPOT. I'HOM. 174. I Shad White. Parchment Gold. Jewel & SHARKSKIN Dawn. Pink. Bermuda. Tiger Shades at $2.80 per yd. Tiger Gold. Jewel. Dawn. Pink. Bermuda & White. A. E. TAYLOR LTD. lulcridse Street. WHERE THERE ARE JNO PARKING PROBLEMS And where QUALITY IS HIGH —: and :— PRICES ARE LOW So Wal 4100



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PACK EIGHT BAKU.UMJS ADVOCATE THLRSIUV. JUNE 11 !M* KEY TO Ml I .DIM. lOSI.I1t\S Sedgm' • I fain Seeded t di> FRED PI KJKY) lndiuu Test Team To Be Selected From Chosen 14 For P r a LONDON. J the t*\ird year runnlnr, i k Sedgman. Australia'%  .' %  to hssnt yat it %  Tennis Ctl "1 put>e." D %  to w km tllfl ilrHJ ..HiMen's SIPRI. V. Seix:.. fjrovc, Warwick• arm fast-medium %  < .V. Uered the finest 1 %  when he took %  .ickeU for 30 runs In 18 1 iv.-is iii Ufba ... %  < Tiled fiom Ukiiul .ill len i %  ii aught Wood off Ho (Might <>f today's county qamc* was a brilliant perform1 s \ 1 T o d d (U.S.A. I, to. a B). 8 Mi J It.: k.' (Oreal in. Men's D. ibli loy and Savitt, 3. Drobny and i\ iiv. 4 Bam ii and Sttargsas. uoui l< .. %  Mi • a, Warwickshire eem gat fur the flrat ehampion!•! %  vkiOl i t for M. AI the close if i lay Warwickshire had scored %  liich owed ,i welcome Ox font Middle. Robert%  Oft 120, Ed rich 2. Essex vs. Leicealersliire—Lciees••.rshire 332 for ; Jackson 128 i Northamptonshire vs Kent— Ktt 335 for 6. ickahlr* vs. Sussex—Sus.x 86"Grove fl for 39; %  Hire )'i (or ft. hamshire vs. Glouce*torshtre — NotlinRhant'hue IB'. 2. :• l .". \\i Bill | Irlch howed ii iigainst M J ( %  ii He played %  %  .1 ii>" i urnamenl IVYS AND DOH LJ 5 ANLI UVF '"" %  I"' %  • % %  —.—. -..—__. 1. Third Man; 2. Deep Fine Leg. 3. Long Lag; 4. Backward point; 6. Second Blip: G. Tint Blip: 7. Bkert tine lag or leg slip; 8. Square Leg; 0. Umpires at cither end; Hi Onlly; 11. Wicket Keeper; 12. Cover point; IS. Bhort extra cover; 14 Billy mid-off; 16. Forward short leg or silly mid on. 10. Extra cover; 17. Bowler; IB. Mid off; 10. Mid-on. 20. Mid wicket; 21. Long-off; 22. Long on. KNOW YOUR CRICKET —LAWS 1 & 2 By O. & COPPIX touch D %  %  [hips. Savitt. the pres-nit wtmbloton Champion has been stropped to number row. I thought he might be listed above Seixas even though Scixai is number one in thr USA. Othrjwisc I can find no fault with thai %  dUguj list. Where do I look for HM % % %  0Knli s h Common [ %  U, quo.. Kg, ^g?*!, C^on,l Rait K.,r. m Mcnll.ll, McnrnTo' or Punn? Rinllsh In that Ihcy have'developA , Qr ,„,. vonm ,., Te t^iw^l^^niS!^ S *& -i! ?K? 11 f"? " %  U inlormath-e U becaurf nUn of thtL?v 8 Tcrlrkei P ^^ !" 8£ VL^H T S it 1U of the circumstances which Wimbledon and French ti-'e t^uLSSt^ ..mil., ^ir in Y ho P c *l '* w " P'ove to he forced each chan.e In the Law. Who do 1 think will I BltrmpUd i. similai work in of some benefit to young pUyers of Cricket into being, often reveulmy opinion Miss ll.ni ^- CM *e Z ^T K£ ^. a ? tho 1 m M ' "PWtntors alike ing :t tor> both umxpected and V..,ngh. :md *i> flattering has been the who yell ro r ihe b!ood of the niter!nining i-efionse from readers of this Umpire or Referee if n decision Column th.it I have been tempted u-ith which ihey are not in igm Toe M C.C.. ix^ik has been lo m.ikc a like etfurt without much ment, or of which they have no produced for Ihe M.C.C.. In the lurther encuiirauemeut. knowledge, is made. hope t h ,i t it will encourage I agree with the argument that cricketers of all ares to make a Acknowledgments .-loser study of the Laws lilt; CAWVAS Stencilled and Plain III . WOOL UK. < I THUS HI ;u IIOOKM St il>.l It CANVAS Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Sired TOM GODDARD MAKES GOOD HIS PLEDGE It la true of most outdoor games that comparatively few of thoie w*.o play or watch have a really -b;ma knowledge of the Laws ibgt govt in them. Might Fsil It Is aiao irua that many playorx Kerr, and spectators who are critical of M.C.C., publication. Queen At Her First Ascot tfeei the decision* of Umpires ai.d Cricket" by Neville Cardus. S feter:-. might themselvojt fail Developed imally to i'ass an examination "The I-ms of Crii md "English similar purpose.—And now for the and the only olhci laws themselves NO CHANGE FOR SOCCER Rv PF-TI It III! TON" It was ihe old story of' self uiesorvaticn. While the F.rst and Be CO* id Divhinn clubs continue to have one vote apiece, corned with the four allotted to 44 Third Division sidei, artB eonUnui to stagnate. LONDON, June 10 The Annual Meeting of tli— Football League 10 London last ^ week can be written off as one in( >i the blRgcst sporting failures soccer i ...ii Every attempt to intreduce new blood, new life Into When soccer attendances drop liic game was strictly vetoed ii Is always Ihe small .lubs which The only proposal which reu-cl the pti.cli Aral cf all The eelved an affirmative vote was First and Second Division %  JfS. *2 ?!* %  the one eoncernmg a provisional can in most cases afford to new minimum price of admission, numb their nose* nt the lors of Unless there is a tax concession few hundred cneclators. Hut from tinChaiicellai .Hrit-sh off UtOM who ilVw tntn week to :-*cer fans will In future have to ihiwh th rejection of tn ...iv g| least Is. 9d. for the somepcsala to brighten the game are times doubtful pleasure of seeing just so miny mOTS nOiM in tht ii professional soccer match. coffin Boolly, ii is difficult to see the „„,„, logic of the league. Lost seasuiv ,. ou,lt clubs In all parts of the country ""'T 1 t-xiicrii-iu-ed a fall in utlendoni-c *V"" Even Hie fact of refusing 10 oUow any games to be telc. bjod did not bring about an imurovemi nt This ban has, howLAW 1. suns A match la plated between two aides of Oavvn pU>*i. each unlema otherwise aarced. i % %  i, aide ahall stlay tu.der a i.nil'.i win. h-rore the lots for Innli n. shall nomi ule iill Ijycrs who mi) not iberrafler be changed without Ike ettiweul 1.1 the opposing raptain. If a captain is riot available at much between them had uny time, a deputy must act for j„hns:tone lost his Irons. him to deal promptly with points arising from thb and other I-awn —Official notes by the M.C.C. on the I-aws diinl What should hardly be necesry to point out but which think is still Instruction that field more than ele lengcr Is Granct IV. who comes from Italy. course last year Talma II gr.vo Eastern Emperor three pounds and a neck Uniting. I thought Bastarn ftnparot havu won tht day so tk*i 1* llttk bstween tii Talma II this year v. h n Mat De Cocagne over the full Cup distance of two'miles and loll. There would not have bee GLOUCESTERSHIRE and alt England w.ll welcome hack TOM GODDARD to county cricket. Goddard, a young 51. Is to plaj for Gloucestershire against Sussex nt Bristol It will be Goddard's second comeback. In 1922 he boA-led fast for the county without suci He Ivfl c;ioiicestcishire in 1926, spent a year with the MCC lord's, developed into a spin er en iMged bv unty in 1928. Now quoted In in f erence books as an "outstanding Ai^ti svoi fureiKii chal, nj off.btf.eax 'jowlcr," Goddard W which were Wool suggestion that players the l inaxlmui.1 tPSgtJOj "hit otaBlUjM :n reflations could be pa o-third* majority instead of ., been imposed for i twelve months which i further : that Hie thr.r-f|uii "Vrtsmouth* tars IBfiSi %  the F.A. Clip Final and the Hume :,il I.iternationals will be seen only Champions was also ny those lu.-ky c-.ough to obtain tickets. Grni-Liusly. the League has ".reei T to allow oo# match to be broadcast every Bsturday afternoon, bi't agei i then must bo the veil i' ^^llleh will i.0l permit the clubs tonccincl to be ment ii .nod by ruttiu, until ihey lire actually *oa tha aii' In oaTtet, the Icacue has said to rsjj eti I Next *e.iscu if the fall-off in ..ttci'dance eoii'inuc no inemtlves offered to S] !.. it -iiouid not continue— ').. %  b .!• %  N. i hlbs w in iii'-'i 1 i" % % %  %  fuiiv tha it i •• player: I \\\ £. SIBSTITtlTES A feHbaHtute shall be allowed to Held or run between thr wirkeU fr niiy player who may. during the match, be Incapacitated from % %  HIM .. or injury, rut not for any other i.' 'Mm without the consent of tl r oppotlig ( .ml.mi no substitute -lull be .illimiii to bat •r bowl. Consent an to the person to art an substitute in Ihe field ahall be obtained 'rii the oppoalng CapUln. miv Indlnte poolllo-M In which lh' substitute shsll no*, field. Lav. (ul know Talma n to bs a gan'..ut much in (he iv ol atccleration. N the pacemaker will ensure a good gallop and that will le necessary If Talma II is to wear down the feguard is the others I do not rate it a topside should not r )ass held by any means and it if more with hope than cm that I take my chance with EastM n Emperor %  se lawful for bowl ot ti iii i".on bay n nd the grwd r MCSa S tayer to bat. lough a Mil^tit, to haacted for him previously, u should also he !">riH' in mind that a substitute only be claimed as a right The %  mi K El thai HI i i ptaysj srho becomes unlit during the mat* i in .11 othsr leg in iheir own ^ e opposing caploin must lunges mutt 1 its million and %  quarter supporthands. Either changes must I* "•'' hM <""-cnt -rs "lake what we bava to oftif introduced by the dubs in com, '"." 'aw dor* Dotpeeventa subrr go without." mand or else the Third Divisions %  ;"' %  '" kecpuig wicket as is Attempt., t" rnlivea Interest by must be given equal voting %  "" erroneou-lv held In some local naving a four-up and four-down power with Ihe First and Second quarter.. Another point that must ...omotirn and relegation system Divisions. Cnly when the "What beni. grod if the substitute era greeted with an emphatic we have we hold" altitude of the **ho is acting n* runner is standing %  i.n" Tottaaham, who rponsored top clubs has been broken d IS %  he propoanl. received only 14— can KngV'h fjoibill i tout Olie third cf iho votes have the b—. liy Jimmy Hatlo IT TOOK TOUR rKXM?S /4MO^ $1* ASPiR\tf5FoR Fh?dNKJE7 TMaWR.' TO COMPLETE OCavCS / 1UWK HEAVEri So rVHAT? THE PHONC RrNSS.ANO ITS THE 8I& MAH ON THE PHONE WTTH THIS WAPPy CHATTER.— THE WEATHER REPORT YEHTERDAY Rainfall from Codrlaglon 67 Total Rainfall for month to d.'.tc; 2.1.7 ins. Illghext Tempf-riture: B-' '.• *F Lowit Temperature: 7it.'. T Wind Velocity U miles per hour. Baronwtor (0 in) 30.010, (3 p.m.) aa.OBo TO-DAY BaariHo: 6.*.'. i in fluaact: 0.10 p.m. Moon Last Quarter. JttBS 11 LlghUng. 7 00 p.m High Tide: LOG aai.. 2.43 p.m. Low Tide; IJB m. U.0B p.m. again. Tom Goddard, maestro of pln. has defied it once. Will he do so again? Boxing Hmtle BHITISH BOXING BOARD OF CONTROL have been invited by tht CuatoRH and Excise authorities to '"forward certain particulars to the Commissioners who are collating evidence for Iho Chancellor of the Exchequer to enable him to study the position when iders his proposal to increase the sea!, of Entertainment Tax." No time is being lost by the board. They are impressing the % %  o f urgency on their licence-holders. All promoters ban baan aaked: The number of tournament* (hew promoted during March 1051-March, 1952. Thm %  t nwb T o/ rotimamenii durliff the abore period that r^tultrd In a toss. The number of foumniricnts, Ihey Intend to promote durinp Hie neat uinti-r season. Whether they i.iiend to ron... rimer promorino in Hie event of, to Join the select company of the neut scale of Enfertotiinirnt HllODES. FREEMAN. PARKER Tax beina Imposed. and J T. HEARNE. the only Preliminary inquiries show a bowlers who have taken 3000 disquieting number of promoter*; DMira. who will have to answer this last H inOnce question in the negative. So to-dny by telephone I asked Angling Magistrate Goddard if ha wero likely to play BESIDES being Chief Metroin more than one game. poiltan Magistrtac, Sir LAUR'It all depends," he told me, ENCE DUNNE is a keen angler, 'g "if I satisfy myself and it the Now he it the new president ol iS eounty require mv help. If so. the British Costing Association. |S 1 moy play mora cricket this Sir Laurence is a member of aa ason .'' the Fly Fishers' Club, and was a "Th.v never come hack," Is an regular competitor In the Casting adage that sport proves time and Association's tournaments. retired from first-class cricket last July after a serious attack of pneumonia and pleurisy. No Bowler Hut he pledged that, once lit. lie would help the county at any tl W th WELLS ,ui(l MORTIMORE In the Services GloueeiU-iii w b i, ""' ""•' lth "'" %  ow rl hl %  • %  arm bowler, ami ti dard makes good that promise. Goddard's comeback prompts m ,, intriguing conjecture. When he retired he needed onl ivicketr: Time to relax—made perfect by your enjoyment of favourite radio programmes brought to you by private line direct from our studios, with the B.5.C. and New York. No Interference or tuning! g'ttlCWX WITH REDIFFUSI0N i'OII llll lilt S.INIIMM. Ilrur il al Trii/nlfiir Strerl. 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THURSDAY JUNE 1*. lMt BAstBADOS ADVOCATE T.'.GE Members Criticise Government's Delay All Civil Servants Should Get Raises T-ould par of (Upfti'.i..*!.-.by StOO .1 and Bw/n Ha f. ; step (or the Labour FOLLOW I NCI .1 tttoraiy and protracted debate in tho House ot Assembly on Tuesday, the Government passed a number of Resolution* and Bills giving effect to Orders which provide for increases in the salaries paid to technical niters officers and heads of Governmt 1.1 Departments. It was the sevr He felt that taw Idas all along expeiivm* no difficulty in fatting, be supported before the proposal' was to increasethe salaries of the are being paid Increases of 1I.M •" aaJertoe fo big officials, while holding out a ; *, ran k -ud Al* of ru* IJMI irinutn promise to attend to Mi Crawford Baa .-.me befe them, those In the lower paid ranks, increases for the OnVn at **Crawford Mid which was, so to speak, merely Comptroller of Custom* Co.nnda-jrtsailng that these proposals had an rter-thought. sisjsjtr of .Foilre, and a.'kcd. "age cV before -Jiem thai day. The honourable senior memvv %  %  J hl1 annual i-cveiiue was ber for St. Joeeph had begun few %  R >' Taeal 1 **v.000 and BriUah O saying that thi> "is a country In UI *M depar *0.000,OoO and for some wMell are have inponsibiuty In It was true that ihc colony wee "rtjily teason they must pay the our own affairs, and that we are now Uniting It (Hmcull und won! 1 their officers, own house, and continue to find it difficult to "-U > cvu d not imagine on> .. to appreciate the certain . l, offl...| in his rig!.; MMMR rest attack on th. Government since the n ' %  JW should be wllllni i1 Iw^^.i^""* S i "" "" ,u ik • nd SKST'^ EJ. !" .^SE me 01 ine aei-tee. to be that tiijdi responsibility nitd The Orders (tea effect To proallowed '.o be put before a jury, handsome salaries were all He '1 IJ ,, 50cne numbers preieni who wefposals put forward by a commitI! could not but bias them m their would however say that the fatt .". •***• '" %  * "K^t sennas ..nd did nut tee selected as a result of the decision. ., that that Resolution was before git fLt? '' ' %  • %  • fooU of or exodus of technical omclato from "the House went to prove that the n,i "•nnselvos cumi.1.1 un|u.stinabl. .,,,1 un the Government Service of lb IM during his stay In Governor of this colony could L" l "^ Uin rvarrmted Wastage of nubllr island to investigate the salaries '" 1 Kingdom he never thrust aome-hlns upon them %  *• ao,p to h11 %  "<* noiitloo* alt vn j. &U cfa as wiiifc#MMrt. of these officer. They deal wish Barbadian post adHis Honour the itoeater here m bl !" *>>*^ with W* i^i^j, 1h ^ .^Wion befar^hJ^T all Heads f Departments. Ele' although he had interpolated that a^orSng to f *'" ,|1P,P ware now uOT 1-iTwStS^.ri^. -r. mentary School teachers. HeadI %  <• advertisements from jiul.126. no member of The House I00 fn training M Universities r-orlSg to!bet sftLd ?\L havmr teachers and teachers n First and every rther colony. niav £* lhe GOV,.^ 0 "JJ^J in the Ui K %  t^ frtiTed Lw.y toSS Second Grade Orant Aided Tlfce "Smaller Bo>s disrespectrully. nnd reoucsto.) w i, i*nset. within went week. Schooli. Pensions and Leave PasHe felt thai the "small-'t boys" honourable member to refrain Grostlv Unfair they had baen Indications of a jages. the Chief Judge and Crown would no; benellt by lhe reeotnfrom so doing. Mr. Crawford ihoucht it was dr>ip m the prices of eommodilic, rs ami ofhclali of the mradattons contained m the Mr. Crawford continued that -grossly tSBfalr* 1 merely because they imported like textiles and Ltfl limited resource* ( oinparisons Government'U'bring such tuw„ .^ ^ t lution before the House. While ih-y had been trying to He finally supported the moeomparc sabtriea and cmolumei.u Uon made by the honnurahle aenhe would try to lor member lor S*. Philip and compare, lhe ocal sarvices which said ihat it would not only be Barbados had failed to give to Ita doing a wvkt U, \ i-*" 1 "* * against tne social also to the taxpa -ervicrts which those colonies hau have to place this nionay In the been successful in giving to the. 1 r*...It was only sometime this month craases wOUag be taken. thai Tnniaad concluded a aroUi. V ( Godd U L> 5ald that %  f the ropdggff nnd %  rtjoo. The •nior ;nemtH'r foi Si i WlxstKt In the running of th" Government and be had ol % %  )ieard him sa.at mis %  that nothing could be 1 Oovartnsent intass he sanction.' gramme of giving antl T.B. vaccmit to M.000 of its population and up which "P 00 1 m ' " %  Tr.i lad Mtish Guiana wtkose* l ""* B tJ i\-pori pre As fur as the honourable junior Pur St. Thomas was concerned Mr. Allder s ud that he ..as one , a/feate tioubje and the headx of the Ertabli^hi %  !, boys. Churches suppose that one Barbadian Head -rve-_^.... 1... a "' %  Department bad asked for i hTir ..-/k uK. laviLd SL, morv *&**•• and he was "dlswere a few high officials •" •' nppointed and frustrated*' at this wanted the salaries. on Tuasday afternoon uuLl ,.-. ., r m '„i n :i a m. early Wednesday morning. ThereTaa^i, by eight votes to administrative nnd added, the fact that the Resolution was ihey could not find an onsdaaass started w.th beforeJtie House was because the here He did not Governor wanted the proposals htn nd lh-TP> (l ^ ,.,.,.,,. kU |,.,, agrici. ho "*" d were. to. irried out. and said that It mimon knowledge _that. than 5oeJl and ba'rrel.' In th ltlori of revenue in l ostnrns and TCxelse were 1 1 amjld also drop. Crawford finally moved 1 resolution he passed ttiiii asonaha vote four, with ; of the Gove %  real dearth office rs. and able to find people get the was not convinced that the island 2T,J!"A"2a!_ ''Lii'lt ?"; * %  "• > <" '"•..!. hi Phuip ^ lain nlarv ami i. > tiji^ Sio-l of LaiinuiGovcn.menl lo~ bnn 8 ihi """"" '"" he propoul. lo lhe liirt.lulure. !" v '" "•• t"' oixlw 1,. ignljy The honour.hle wnior member ine'eam lor Impered offlelafa Siiniethinij \\ n.ni: prepoaed lor ihoac oBlcen He thai we were a Crown Colony, "eeurlly of Colonial Service and side lhe Chamber when lhe vole •, taken because they were not ml „„ „„ vl bcen Evinced If flie b^ainw prepared to vole the Increases „, umnit ,„„ p^p,, rouU n0 oxpcct lor the admlnistrnttve heads. ii ve on -wi,.i n UI.HP. U Just before the vote was taken. I, £ 0 SJ X ra^„n2 flS W i Mr. G. H. Adams, Lender of the "it is bettor i expect to omfort i MrJ. C. Mettle v (C) ->ii and said fie' i. he Mould be iviee to the comnv %  would know what to Bll make the same me-iay as island na a whole. But to have this farcical pce.ple who had to gamble with hu could not resist t t __ jsed. responsible government, and to be their future. nf savins thai something hsu He did not know that the Intold that officials could have the He recalled that in October of none wrong with the Leader of •^Ma?~ssfeBBa-~f*. "*"• ln ""M1 ** wou W be the Treasurj, it would be belter for lasl year theic was %  ge.neral Inthe House in bunging down such thTm.rsrmu eriUe Imi^ hu^ed at c ? d ** lh M***' an h a> ML. } **>ba the biggest Crown Colony crease and cost of ttvlDSJ ullownncv u reaolutio-i. Thev were supth! eoeaT^lmV trlreatened trutt C8 nnot ln ^ way wbscrtba in Africa^" of the Government employees, snd posed to be | % %  till •"•jyS^BUFw^ ffTaJaP 'o 'he report because the Com. He said that people came out rcmarke-l upon On fnathale Kbour i.nd it was verv unfor eonde.i ng a id th.that taliui. In that respect he said thit I i^ehoved him to make a general -ppeal. net Onlf to tkbOM i thai i.l-' lh. i.iliL\ hui %  'lio#> nf the fJovernrasanl pen who he knew were not in favour i>f the piescot.ii In recent years whn •ilexion Of thr Governmi lit was difTerent. they ha. v. t .it the same time, they were* trying to give the Colonial Secretary and other heeds of deportment* in this colony, the same salaries as heads of departments in the other colonies. The Government at tl • Mr. Allder said that some of must earrv lhe responsibility as (he heads of department* were wheh gutting an Increase of |100... a „ble to do it or not. They had month and over, while a workrr assured them that they could do who llvtd at Jackson and had to to, other" i• %  beeaane V. -th the %  from tl leas, tin! Ihry Brers a-uhie m h %  - the time rjisr for (feagg HI their families, te flnt the neees*ary aaassjf, C.-ild Afford It he would take It connIfc re.rrare^Hrdff^.h'mnh.! tSrJ'C'K.d ^^iSSSS ^!" ?V. %  *!-* *& ii_Wj3 parly voted ualM ire Belo,„„ moM r ^ |co| mombc „ f ,„. . w l ., :all ,,,. (ound „'n 0 d n •A n u d rn ^ r?h^c, l 5;;S"" n, W-. !P• H^luu. their .nnuenc. It was unique Tor l so-called work only receivod a little oclalbt Government to try toisi* dollars a week He further • mul-de the practices of those J* mentioned that some people colonies In one respect but nol injworked for a lifetime and were ethers. Because Trinidad pabtlnot able to save HOT. and ciovLX to It* Atturnev Geiierjil. it^ernment was asking the House to ilid not mean that Barbados wlth*|ucrease salaries of certain head* Uon. The Read of the Administration in his opening speech at the be' the session said that rot only were they able to do It, • On race 9 receiving IMt> members asked for another such i measure that ni*htothers to IQ^ nn . m i,,hr said that the question of the JJ** technical personnel was one of *„..,,,,. supply and demand He was told 6jUh • by nl Government of lhe esodus # Qr V€( ,,f r ; mean that as created th.. 1 Kiev might result of irh fantastic would remain the fact that Medical Servlc< should associate themCrawford said that that f^rad with and he wanted to extra 5% would have cost the "£S" *" ^" nlmX to •"* >ucb Mr. Mottlay Icrmed th : resulun College. respect h> of the dearth they would have to go, open He did not kn rZJnStZSl ^"c-~"'h.d cve-r'a.fop'ied i'u^^ ;.,k.i..i !" '"' Iralnlng Ihelr Civil Servanla. !* 5S*l!L-a but he Knew ,„a, Igjg^^ ^^LS into the paid by Trinidad, combined with the Director of been spread over the entire Ser, ..._s felt that be vice. Today, however, the Govern'' on '"'"uJi "JSL.^V 1 should b. paid more money, beIm m could find 9180.000 purely to ** a "'?nge to their manhood ^ausc private medical practiUonprovide increased ralartes and ers are .naking a lot of money, u-ave passages for the "cream'* of seemed to overlook the fact tne Govcrnuien! & the that the private medical practi((fflci ai* a t the top—ami there narket and pay for them. "Pen Pushers" %  wss'ablc to attract While conceding that point, Mr. would not leave. He Williams said "1 am not going to &# lnat by merely extend these proposals to men M ) H rics to attract u-hn TMish naU.ing of the sort. with guaranteed Pension He drPW lU entiuii lo U Utssjruniled Oniciab. n f U nesUroated revenue collectad mble came about. Mr. i, y c-A-ermnent due to good crop* good M 1 Therr who push pen." One would ^o^id mean that thev would notue he said, that the Head of to vla y_ In the the Administration talked about VO ars oi the dlmculty In retaining omcers. i (l ., but he ahould think Ihat tho which were "richer than Barbados. IhM they _. exodus came first, and what t WB.s Mr. Williams said that when lhe Treasury the Head of the Adi would nnd many of Crawford said, because a lew cilaon d said that Instead o( CovernII on to other_ colonies Rruntled Imported official* feel nwnt .pending that iw.nry wisely. titled to half of ho mq pourlrul It Into the this Island, und hanrt 0 f fry,imported omclals. %  one faced facts, that the Island he naked, "can it l. clsUlMd tliat ""Mr (•Vawtu .I'waa rtror. to taU ne of n the^eelsKre Sid not"Se ""' "'" ST" •"""" %  "",? ,h " ,". nd f aM '">' '" " •" criticism on th. lack of aeoommo!!!! tfj._ SSTiSB^Sx. . iS "• rc Primary producers", one malatorlal vaeancleafdation In the secondary schools. whJKr^.,ch r Si. at ll reJulted r uld do ""*"* ""' qu ""L 1 e <"""">'• "lawyc to „,, urxed Government lo nrl f2 transTer. L7 "'" %  ".. propel, to toCfSS by l.arl-.do. and the West Indies are ^U „l the-, 55 to order lo Sm rf Drornotlin " ,n "' substantial amounts salaries paid as plentiful neannln Septem„ ccom mo J!g."SW BTdouMed If there was any were many people win weft in need of their dalll breSd s< well as thoae whe hm na home to Is* their head* am yet flevernment waa asklnc tin House te Inrreaae ssdarles of head', of dep-rtmenta who were ihif* Iliet\ com\ rr -**tot rigv slid WBfej m'ny people ll muiuty who did not ;i hundred dollars a month and he reiterated that he wonted l>i re.rif.ter his protest against the resolution and hoped that other honourable members would hav< thetemerity tn sio provoke dltlsfactlon among Ncp Backward .,ne man something which waa f" •' '"'' %  ""'' K*" '"•""" *• proposed lncrean. and said that nr ^memDer. as 11., ( h, the resumption, Mr. O. T '.dml"lSretlJ?*'S.d. wh?n IS ^B t* !" !" *-* j** whlciTlhe, were askl to consider Al-r,_(l) ld .hat th. Introducbeing Riven to another. He felt that the Committee went outside its terms of reference in nd file of the Service had to paid (ieiiei.il Attorney Oeneral will more than the Attorney en d n !" c *oui ir,„-cii ucncrai oi UDUSH uui.ii 'due the House could I considering AdmlnUtrallv. Head. '• "J a^ommlsston 'Jamalca ^ 8 ,, 6 o n your. He drew ,'J !" ^ "ni.''",,^; jansiowrt a. repreheoalbU along with the technical omcers. *• lh '' r ' %  att.nUon to the substantial in* „„, hirnscll otherwise %  Jinn •" — **** Pngnp was conand the unfortunate part of the Mr. W. A. fTswf.rd eompll^ attached lo p 2!2 g 1 i. iwlnS? ..I th. cenietl. lie would hardly mink leport was that the Committee mented Mr. WiUlam. on the stand V|M. Chiet Iiishrc'. ofRre from " %  '"" '" l'"""l'l" •• lh ,, ,„ y ordinary nr reasonable made reference lo th. .salaries he had taken, and said that in <" ^ "" %  Jl '• %  %  -S"^! !" niMaur.. tan—-, hue . bitag tOolf TOOtS.1 paid to omcers of Colonial Dequoting from the nech of tto ^^' >"''"•••" >' He • ,1 Goe" !" .nrthtog^nSn Pol,tk> veloptMll and Welfare. lie Governor al the opening of the M * %  "' %  ">'" "" '"'' ,', ment f.,uud 11 .! Illleult to.got hiiih purportrt lo br.ng about. t ..„. ., K...I.I H^iS^h,, h ,|, decision thai ARE YOU A RALEIGH OWNER? Uil3 could not undemand what kh.tleglrt.Uv. ^eartoo. the Junior UJMI '"nail' -lo'iy Jikellils had lo do with the question of member lor St. Lucy had proved CM .ttord to y a Chief Jtudlee lalariea in Barbados, and said that lhe conbmllon that there was no W>0 permonth Can we afford In while he was given Ihc assurance intention at aU at this point to pay cino swoop to Increase his salary that that did not bias the Comany attention to the salaries of the by something like SI.GOO a year' mlttee, yet he knew from experlower paid employees of th. He conUnued. 'and all the way lence that if certain evidence was Service. down the line, officials whom we killed technical men. thekMUld be brought in on contract, as was in. ease witb_th. CW.f BnglnMg .^tci-nun., rtsaistiUnci fii'.nic .OUld Ihi of the Walcr Works Department, p^pt,. 0 f fhc CCUJMV In addlll. id that the Resolution ,„ determining whether thousin.l: 7*W*T TodMj Hot T! Bboak, not bv ueloie the I all. and even If u decided to support it, It should not ...in (i wiuld furtli. nulitutiotui of III This gentleman obviously feels the urge to move quickly—something has stimulated him to action f TONO ha* just this effect—It overcomes the lassitude of the tropics—-you feel better for it—more energetic—reudy fur the day*a work— mnil thr day after. A real wholesome food for nerves, brain and body, aod %  very delicious one, too. i-Sleep Sho 7ono Tono !" Chocolate Malt&MUk BEVERAGE A Cow & Gale Product }. B. LESLIE & CO. LTD Afe-nt.. Mattresses and Springs $15.58 I $14.36 Bedsteads 3ft, 3ft. 6ins., 4ft Bins., Priced at $18.18 up BARBADOS CO-OP. €OTTON FACTORY tLTO. HERE'S GOOD NEWS FOR YOU The Manager of our Baleigh Cycle Department will be paying a visit on Saturday, June 21st to the undermentioned Districts for the purpose of conduct ing a Raleigh Quii which will be open to all Raleitrh owners and for which a prise will be given to the Lucky Winners. The Manager will have a BUS with him of com petent attendants who w".l "' %  nd to minor adjustments to any Baleigh Bi ;le wheh has been purchased within the last three months. The following are the Districts :— Half Moon Fort, St. Lucy, arriving 9 a.m. leaving 12 noon. Bound The Town, St. Peter, arriving 12.30 p.m. leaving 3.80 p.m. Garden, St. James, arriving 4 p.m. leaving 6 p.m. We are Agents for the Queen Insurance Co. You can Insure your Bicycle with us. Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. AGENTS FOR RALEIGH BICYCLES 10, 11, 12, 13 BROAD STREET ARRIVED!! FERGUSON DIESEL WHEEL TRACTOR This world-wide famous Tractor Is now on display at oar show-room we shall he |>lesed to arrang* %  demonstration at your plantation for you. Als available for immediate delivery with vaporising nil or gaMtllne Engine. COURTESY GARAGE ROBERT THOM LIMITED. White Park Road Dial 4616







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Soviets Build-Up ——
Airforce Sirength

(By J. J. MEERAN)





"ESTABLISHED 1005

West Allies Must Stand! .

Firm Before Russians
















tae eeelinceerieesiiaeate, © asic emt tieaaniants eatin



siebiedinite nein a The shooting down of the
7 : ° Be jet fighters wes a vi a roheh oe :
Anthony Eden Tells| Big Drop ee ae
H QO ° N Realised In eis Yeas fae received interes re}
, spring reporting both the buildup of Soviel grout
ouse i Commons Stee sf Output j Mig a pin ta ea ihe ‘stenen ¢ up bf eifcle of
LONDON, June 18, Red airforce units deployed along the West's defensive

British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden to-day told] nyo pre nig wp eg aka
Commons that the West must siand firm before Soviet pin-|the backbone of United States de-
pricks in Berlin. He said “our responsibility is to retain|fence programme, is limping
firmly our rights and responsibilities in the face of =f on Wednesday on 12 per y

erimeter. j
Pe m oo are - Sources i close i
forth Atlan Pies Crgaahia-

N uf
jtion high ceccmamec do: Pacheco
U.N. Ask Proof the nce ae the ‘Buttic on
e Monday was parieularly sigotfi-
Of Cam Ss cant because it followed the
p Russian a h

jet ex on the 9 Air
e Fiance plane flying to Bertin last
Location |».

i Military spurces also did * not
tule out the possibility, in fact
ome of them weve almost ¢ tein,
that the Dakvta for \ the
atlacked Catalina w ing
might also have been pounced on







pinpricks. This we-have done with satisfaciory results.” Sy 784.000 tons, “Oniy’t o
“Tt is for us to be firm im the face or these pinpricks. |cent. of the mills are producine,
Labourite Arthur Henderson had asked Eden for a| Most of these have contracts with

Statement on the recent events in Berlin to which Eden re- independent unions while 650,000

plied with a brief account of the. banning of allied patrols | Philip Murray’s C.L.O. united

from the Autebahn betweer Berlin and West Germany stepl-workérs are striking.

and other western Soviets disputes in Berlin. Eden said

he thought the situation in Berlin was sat

it showed that Britain received scme :







PANMUNJOM, June. 18.
The Ualted Nations d:manded
‘he Communist to furnish proof
that camps holding allied prison-
, ers of war in North Korea are lo- |)... sn } '
sue : if sing? Everett ; : ae robes. ern oy * wer, |2Â¥ Russian fighters :anging over
ecadareens oat hae Neen ' A POLICEMAN takes eyittence after the motor car M 442 smashed the front whee! of the bicycle aoe ‘ae cae tare A Na. |the Baltic, Russians have always
. afts § r Na= Ihee. ay ‘iii i
$ tions demand was made in a note [Peer touchy about planes flying







Government is trying desper- |
ately to work out a programme |
for some steel plants to produce
materials vitally needed for mil-



factery because
tisfaction from



Russia by standing firm.

When Leftwing Labourite Sid- —————————-—__._____.
ney Silverman asked when Britain Cg made in conferences with com-| in a collision yesterday. le a ty i a Pil ll aie ee soe the Wawtie he is ;
would call a Conference of great Communists jpany and union spokesmen, +c arena ; ; handed to Communist officers at | PVEr ie Baltic, Reds have some of
powers including Communisi | ® three minute liaison meeting at |! Most important. Aarine
China and India to try to settle re The American Iron and Steel meen t ’ er vs SCO ee ihe truce site, bases and guided missiles test sta-
all matters threatening world Char ed W th Institute says that strikes so far} ? av ’ tions around its shores, Russians
peste i the al East, pees re- gS ] this year have resulted in a loss 9 The truce talks are temporarily |Were also carrying out naval man-
Pp that overnmen 1opes

. ; . We I recessed. The United Nations hon when the incident took

. fiote, signed by senior truce ace,
Royal Hunt Qup or n delegate Major General William} In both cases the Air France
e ? je K. Harrison said that air recon-|Plane and the Catalina, the un-
Successive Year's Fill haissance failed to bear out theJarmed western aircraft, were
‘ Red claim, yesterday that they have|jumped by MIG fighters which
vroperly marked all their campsfopened fire without warning,











of 5,500,000 tons of steel. It estim- “<

there will be an armistice in Sabota e ates the total will increase 262,000 | e
Korea followed by discussions on £ tons each day the strike continues. | Sweden Sends f


















fa political settlement in that cP.

country. BERLIN, June 18. Peer emeannnaien ' 3
They consider the most hopeful Informed sources said that the —

course to try to settle the Korean) East German State charged more Hai l Razes Stern Note
: s

question was first to prepare the|than 100 Communist officials with



way for a “settlement of other} cahotaging tl 1 S U eo t ASCOT, England, June 18, a prevent, nocidental air attacks ee ea sources mtd they doubted i
sa ‘sp Ss 1 Be : me) rey - fire VE sere oy th ite ations war plunes ssian ols whe at often: Penn

problems in the Far East.” He to ‘erties aparelieite, alenanda’ Wine 4 oviet JMION-* Queen Elizabeth II presided over her first yo eat ¥ . Eh 7 eat act without Raciite orders would |

told Silverman he was “not with- from the sealed off zone along a % », Race Meeting Tuesday but her horse finished 10th in a fle An allied note said four of the |have shot unless they were under

lout Bone that a solution would the East-West German border : STOCKHOLM, June 18,..] of 12: umps’ Numbers 2, 6, 9, 10 could | standard patrol orders that gave

eventuplly be found for. the) "Soc Berlin Socialists said the BORDEAUX, France, June 18. Sweden tonight replied the The young Queen wearing a dress of lavender brocaded | not be spotted ut ihe sites named |ihem authoriestinn tn dhodt ina

eet: th Kotes eene or East German government in an The violent haii storm which | Russian protest that a Catalir ' satin r in the first coach of the Royal procession which by Communists when they turned least certain cireumstances.

oe over prisoner lists and maps iast They. «nic Pn eh esres te
paraded @own the stretch. Then she went to the paddock! jiiuary 23. ‘The note added that} They said such orders would be

to watch the saddling of her colt Choir Boy 5 to 2 favourite | those camps “either do not exist.” ry wey bg? ieee, Satter
in the first race but Choir Boy never showed much interest}as announced or else Red truce }Patrel « defensive duties’—

st le a nissions to prevent” unauthorized”

; a Bik nich tins sor ! delegites have been misinformed a es * :

In the 74% furlong gallop Bnishing | rh hg grey own.| “bout the “adequacy” of markings see ee flying beyond a
PR APE Rint 2 an § : ‘ertain point.

ed by A. Hawkins and ridden by} ‘Today’s brief meeting was the] Military sources said Red alert

Federated Wl. sexs Richards won easily as 4 | only activity at the truce site. forders howeve apparently back-

Prim i effort to place the responsibility raged over Sauterne’s wine grow- plane flew over Soviet territory
Churchill ma ex into the for border’ clashes in which aes ing region for the second con-!#nd fired at a Russian aircraft on
Korean question when a Labour! &*S and villagers fought police with secutive day destroyed an es- Monday this week, :
member asked him if he would|®*eS and scythes, ordered an in- timated 80 per cent, of the winc! The Swedish reply which wast
call an immediate conference of | V@Stigation of Communist office crop according to the authorities believed to reject the Sovied
‘all United Nations taking part in holders in fifteen border areas Vineyards at Bomes, Sauternes, oe was handed over to the
Korean War to discuss the present; Where fierce battles raged. It was Preignac, Fargues and Langon all an Ambassador here,
situation. Mr, Churchill replied| believed that Communist officials reputed for their high quality] The reply it was believed also
“that this constant exchange of |#re facing certain ouster and per- vintages were the most affected} pressed fora Russian reply to





: 7 to 1 outsider, Flighty Frances,| aries yesterday declared another [Tired whe yer zealous Russie
5 r vith losses to wine growers} Sweden's own earlier protest ¢ . bargai basement filly which} spi Yester Seclared . ung ined when over zealous Russian
lew tween Governments|haps arrest. ST S58 WER na sain a = s - 9 |bargain bas yw three day recess to give Com-[ pilots shot at the wrong t 1e, Air
views Pt. are taking part in| The investigation of Communist running into many millions of seainet the Shooting down of the Have No Chance | tatted as a 20 fo 1 outsider won|munists “time to. thitk cee) at ne as Ce o € Ae
ection in Korea and a formal] Officials proceeded along with the Francs. bata . Sin on te ; yy Pimath Ee Re ae ° 4 [the big race of the day £2,500! ice more United Nations firm MIG’s do not ordinarily carry
conference does not seem neces-!arrests of villagers who opposed at is the third yes ie smeseasicn pene ay a ine mie ir a mesh With Dr. Malan ladded ($7,000) Ascot Stakes over stand against forelbly sending | telicate equipment which ty
” evacuation. that Santernes vineyards caoe on eens age ng r 7 2% miles, Crudwell was a fast- «Communist prisoners to the |e” RT :

. | ee i by storms. —W.P.|her territory and opened fire An n ‘ A S bach, | 20n-Communist prisoners to the} tandard on western planes.
an Dodds ask- East German Premier Otta badly damaged by s ey mrt e a 4 clocking second 1% lengths bach, Red side. eden ge r p Me asa
nd See eile Prod Minister |Grotewhol in a letter to the Soviet : informed source said here tonight BUSTAMANTE SAYS Vidi Vici was third another hal! Purthermor the ordinary



The Communists delivered a} ougcicn pi ; sue

: ‘ a. iussia pilot does not usually
Hichte Fe Shnolithass note of their own today HCCUSINE Finow as much about navigation,
ON, J fea, J 18, ignty rances, a four-year~lihe United Nations of delaying ind. just where he is at a certain
y out the}old by Le end of France out of} tyyco negotiations by calling reef '\"% ! a spiel’ onad ike rl i
e\a to the | Quick F vip the first Ally t-|cesses both of which took place ine | me as almost any pilot flying

«

| : that the Swedish reply was one

state how much longer we are zone protestant bishops admitted Of the Whdeh sharat . if
3 that > a is . - st § ply worded ex

liwa-wiiltt American Miehlevansted et ee! Prigomers Break © | chante oer ete ee

i i . tries,
te. Is it not a fact The East German News Service coun ia
Seas tathagthient of the truce} A.D.N. said on Monday that the F roms RedConirades In Washington, Secretary of

4

Gis owed Goitespondpiit) length behind,





feces stace since 1935. The tito ine a viet ith the West. Intelligence warn-

talks could result in this country }evacuation reports were “libellous 8 a Dan ot aatte oe a OI : cate Palitieal leader) Was Toay a Praline ety ite at are S dine tants rs vie cae (Sep pOR “em lett a
a I i ’ conference he deep Hockeayuwnt Dy Jariaica’s al le + one i te Ghia\-
an WwW rumours’ Grotewhol made ad- KOJE.ISLAND, Korea, June 1 ‘ The gentry turned out in all WU. ame with othe! reporty that raday
bein, ee ar oe dnelius that mission in.answer to the bishops’ ‘Three hundred and forty non-]4nd concerned the shooting Bustamante today, its splentoe. tor the occasion, Ax| eh halted.—U.P, installations in Eastern Burope are



; ‘ . down of the Swedish airplane b:
rs should be}protest against evacuation which Communist prisoners bolted from _ : :
ahi RE Pn Coereniil eerely the Bishops said violated human Red comrades during a breakup nig le giegon : Acheson’ termed
replied that it is not anpropriate |Tights and the East German con- of 5,600 eae Sompaund 66. “When asked to comment ‘the
+o discuss suth difficulties.—U.P. | stitution U.P. adh ore oy Bona’ thitien Secretary said he thought. the|{ndian Federation “a more delicate| as Flighty Frances pl oe ; Vid
Bi 1 Nene on guard duty with fixed|principal. comment had bee none,” The Commonwealth includes bought by. mire at $519) ayy . Bears Twins ig tae
No Atttenzpt To . bayonets shouted encouragement} made hy the Swedish Govern*|South Africa and they hate,| 180 Guineas (about $519).— No 1 dad Delegate
f ae Princess Margaret as nonCommunists flung their|"â„¢ent. He apparently referred to despise and loathe coloured people.) Qy). correspondent writes: For ROME, June 18, : eS

ve> ; 9 od as Z i i the official Swedish protest to ae ree : | Movie actresy Ingrid Bergman! twreas co Prey
Dislodge 45th Div. Sin 3 A t Part take Gus or oe sue: Russia. He said he felt. however.| Should the West Indies federate, Meio re nt ne vie nee birth to jane here: Wein W ill Gorte ¢ IP A Mec t
SEOUL, June 18 ww J foners displayed wounds apparent-|it would be appropriate for him {what chance would we have of trainer H. S, Persse won the|Bergman’s physiciun Dr, Picts ‘pieun it lk sas a
, . a m ‘ vr ore
Communists gave up their at- |

eceived in ¢ ent beating by|to say how deeply shocked and|pecoming full members of the “peor a re this after-|Nardone was called at 4.45 p.m cous ne SET
i Princess Margaret’ played ai temneraanigt "strong. am squads, roncerned fhe was by what he | British Commonwealth? No chance Pea wit ity wis Queen of|to rush to the International Hospi tTrinid ae ‘ fue ee ae
tempts nites states aon Divi- piano and sang for the guests of But the movement of prisoners to] termed this indefensible action. so Jong as Dr. Malan headed the Sheba followed last year’s victory;ial atop Rome’s Janiculain hill sae
Sindee sang s of

Bustamante said*that the state~| usual clothes on view ditew us being improved and air fields in

ent in the House of, C6mmons|/Much attention as the horses, e , general ave being modernized for
had made the question of West Some of the dresses cost as much| Ingrid Bergman fiscne te wen


















































. ile 7 : 3 —U.P. Price tover ant and» xz, a r ania ia, , a vited to representatives to
ion soldiers from three hills west|her sister Queen Elizabeth II, in five hundred-man yee rg ata er Toe ae of Val Dassa, oN hich Alties Wut? the actress now wife sf} Pondon this year for a course on
| a ghth Army head-| Windsor Castle Tuesday night otherwise was without incident, Pee Dt een ae ee ehouidl oe is a race whic S\Italian Director Roberto Rosselinif Partiamentars Govern ent tebe
| of Chorwon, Eig “ie 5 ttack |after attendine her first cocktail’ Altogether 56,000 of 80,000 Com- Korean Assembl in the House of Commons should'parety win, Queen of Sheba has been for three weeks. A ruh| vanged te the ent
| quarters said eee st ra oe or|party since the death of her Munist prisoners on Koje have MT: oe Ly bring up the point so that the'starting at 100 to seven began to | call was als» sent out for Rosselini Pavilamentary: «As sovtation for
| ae a aerate h Reds con- fathor King George VI jnow either been moved to small- Tt West, SiGan aang now Whare draw, away from those on the far members of the Colonial Legisla-
this morning a eee Ee iohtn i : ‘ er enclosures or their compounds Extends erm they stand. side and passed La Princesse two, Asked if the birth had been easy hisee, anid: Ghevereiuat theme
or ee Friends say she has a good searched for tunnels, weapons and ae iberty and 204 @ half furlongs out. ., (Professor Pietro Nardone said “sof goin the invitation ithe Covsene
Allied positions, voice and plays the piano “very Red propaganda, Almost 1,000 y Why should our liberty ang At the same time Abraham's 's0,” ‘The Rosseliniy were marrical 2° ofded the: notice avant
: oo % os have airman igni ependent | g ; \ : ment decided the notice was too
Meanwhile the Fifth Airforce} well.” She prefers popular turys prisoners have bolted for freedom} dignity as people be dept adent Star had passed Lady Sophia and |by proxy in Juarez, Mexico in|™ent deciied the notice was too
was grounded owing to bad/to classics.—U.P. during shifts —U.P. PUSAN, Korea, June 18, |¥4Pon the voice of one country in taken cormmand of those on the | May, 1950, after ‘Ingrid haa} ort and aa ai ae
weather. A, communique said» The National Assembly tem-|the Commonwealth? “I can see no stands side, obtained a divorce there from her} ronresontatives tee techie at
oud rom ; . t c f . cE so { ss * * hysician neat
cl mess moved down f 5a © s , porarily extended the terms of its soogels aes ateeticaiant Queen of. Sheba gtudivatly Went first husband Swedish physician] thoi; disposal,
Beaches a ee, Re eek a 1 ummons eetin chairman and twe vice chairmen |â„¢maimat os acant ersons or bway from dntne. on the far side | Peter Lindstrom, _Dr. Lindstrom. The course which will begin
Korean peninsula, é in a move to help solve ‘the South toe bene ving i ley the} and only Aristophanes went. in | subsequently ao mins wares on June 23 and end on July 10
issa ‘ : Korean political crisis, oe ee ' : | wedhuelh; diten oe " oe y man in California where the] will be ded by. representa-
e600 pm, (3.00 bm EDT) Of U N See it C eil einai \Soeere whan eonetis eae in \Mexican decree was not recognised} tives of the various Colonial Le
up . p.m. Panaila apace ak ee ul y ou n Supporters and opponents of - “s stat t follows) a storming 1s te run They fin-|and wag granted custody of their] islature 8, including members of
Sr are dune pag gto - . President Syngmar Rhee joined on eave Pt tion which! ished on opposite ‘sides of the | 13-year-old daughter Pia, the Jamaica, Bat bados and Wind-
45th Division troops captured the UNITED NATIONS, New York, June 18 is pens Toe Hinicky Keep indicated that seer wears i coaree Sy ie judge a Ka, erry’ Se taEr. tward Isl inds Legi latures, :

j y A ; ; ‘ 7 rte. . ~ ¥ sderation unti e; Queen of Sheba had wo SRI meng trmenananse ener ire rete
nthe army said that artillery The Soviet delegate Jackob A. Malik summoned mem-| Vice Chairmen Sir ong: Sane aatciat’ aepties Mia. uanpiets ly'a length from -Srunetto with | : ‘ |
shelling provided the only activity] bers of the United Nations Security Council to a 3.00 p.m,|and Cho Bong An in office, ponte | Aristoy hanes a length and a mais INGRID'S DAUGHTER GRADUATES |

; ; « in? . . ee ¥ t . d
along the battlefront. Reds had| ,D,T. session to-day to hear Russia’s germ warfare charges. The action enme shortly after away, third, ine 4 a
attacked like clockwork nies te Western delegates on the eleven-nation Council are expect-!sin Chung Kyun top © ranking } i eee ‘aor tea + ore | ; , 5 ;
vain attempts to recapture eq to s.t patiently through Malik’s argument before explod-| Korein employee of the United Le > Cost ll te Adsbatrurh ai bran, ced tacesen | : eo
pomreae : ve bs lasted | ing ft oe “big lie” propaganda . States embassy returned to his post LOU ostetto a jo pa ae oe mes
until about 3.00 a.m--U.P. : 5 i kt os i after being misting for 36 hours ‘ jaiceing damit’ vy
enn See era ee tre Pa ae As president of Council for} , oe Stame ys ° ad ‘down to six to one favourite but
Vine Malik called members to, He said he had been to “see my Fined $1350 | chee ShOtged 4a tha Sane, }
\their’ irst session since April 14 to| mother” but anti-Rhee assembly-
NEHRU GOES ON HIMALAYAN TREK aiacues the. remilin proposed de-|men said he hid out to avoid be- HOLLYWOOD, June 18. | Queen of Shébe was admirably
be o mend that all countries “accede to|ing arrested “for political activ- Film. comedian Lou Costello ridden by Frank Barrow whow
‘and ratify” the Geneva protocol|ity.”—-U.P. j paid a $150 fine Wednesday on a most important success to date
“9 cutlawing bacteriological warfare. j misdemeanor charge a few hours this is, She is a daughter of j
: . 4 | jafter his arrest for « driving fon Persian Gulf who ae lead’;
{ Malik’s motive in bringing up ° ° jautomobile on the wrong side of sire in the country to-day, erat
jthe Geneva protocol, ostensibly Six Killed At a highway. { The erence Cocagne
|was to embarrass the United , ° , ne aide ela * : g
States which signed the document Railway Station Officers said Costello alm Ost | se
but refused to ratifv it. President ; siruck a parked car near his

|Truman withdrew it from the TOKYO, June 18.
|Senate in 1947 because Russia Six persons were killed eng
pers ntly had violated its paper |cighty injured when an overheac + 4 : iy ij }

| pledges. [passage at Tokyo's Nippori Rail- Pa Gangsters Arrested
| Malik one of a few top Sovietjway Station collapsed under th¢ Seay
\diplomats escaping transfer in weight of a rush hour crowd | NEW YORK, Lv ec |
| Russia’s latest diplornatic shifts |throwing victims into the path of DADs GC ¥ Four young men who allegecly,
was expected to give â„¢ pre-e aay jan incoming electric train. | TPAD'S SUCAR CROP robbed five hotels ane eran up|
a detailed review of discredited! ‘Two girl students aud a nine- > , piigy ” NS |their $10,000 proceeds to bulid!
‘claims that United States troops teen vate old youth died immed- BELLOW EXPECTATIONS their courage, were arrested and|
| had waged germ warfare, Observ-|iately under ithe wheels of the

home and then almost ran into) A 4 }
en oncoming vehicle before he, “onsaticnal Hold-Up'

was halted, | t







confessed to the sensational cap-

‘ers here indicated they would no‘/¢rain when the motorman was yas i is uch anaiar nae ture holdup” ef Hytel Emerson
‘be surprised if Malik digressedjunable to stop in time. Thres PORT-CY-SPAIN, Juse 18. | last weelk. 7 :
from his germ warfare charge to! others died at the hospital, The official announcement is! Detectives said that three men



repeat Communist propaganda; The accident occurred during] thut the Sugar Menufacturers As-/|tonk part in the five-hour captura
line about alleged mistrejtmen: « morning eemmuter rush hour | gociation today said Trinidac’s: of Hmerson during which they ran





| of Red prisoners of war on Koje ‘he crowd was larger than usual|sugar crop just complcted fell far elevators, answered — telephone
Island. since a fire at thd next station had|shurt of expectations. ‘The total! calls and stripped guests and em-
Although a spokesman refused «disrupted the train service, production was 137358 tons,! ployees.

to discuss their plans for counter~} Nippori station master ig held | 25,000 tons below the estimate this} ,
attacking Malik's latest claims, by police for questioning. Local] year, The cause of the drop has! spree at the hotel was $2,300 1p

mbassador Ernest Gross repre- newspapers charged that the over-{becn attributed to heavy rain last| cash and jewellery. All four men
senting the United States said head wooden frame passage was in|year followed by a severe drought participated in the fuur other hotel
“we will weleome the opportun- a state of neglect and in a danger- thvoughout the grinding season robberies in the past few w ie
ity te show up again Soviet false- -ous condition —U.P. this year, P.
hoods.” Gross met yesterday with j — ~ aa

top delegates of Britain, France| e U S R : d H t W é
mit nesce Mieca im LO Die In U.S. Record Heat Wave

western powers would offer a}

resolution calling upon Russia to; NEW YORK, June 18 {humidity combined to make yes- | and lack of rain hurt chances for
permit impartial investigatign on | Sweltering New Yorkers wer¢|terday the most uncomfortable a good small grain crop, The
the spot of its germ warfare | nromised “slight” relief today} day of the year thus far for New weekly Federal Crop Report said
charges, Russia hag refused to do! from the record breaking heat! Yorkers. The temperature reach- the small grain situation was “be-

Their haul for the spectacular






























#0. j wave of the year thit had en-) ed 91 degrees Fahrenheit. coming critical.”
Western powers also might fol-} culfed the entire coast. The death toll across the United A second new cold spon 4 aes ff ra
low the lead of the United States] A cool Canadian air mass which| States from the heat wave reach-|reported today over the great hae hares aa ;
Secretary of State Acheson who|brought weleome though not) ed 19. plains area and moving eastward CENTER OF A BITTER custopyY BATTLE, Pla uae ats ee 6 ee
" jhas called Russia's g 1 warfare | spectacular relief to the Midwest In Kansas and Minnesota crop | Unles this new front dise witb her father, Dr. Peter Lindstrom, after & te ia. ae ERS f a

ON A VISIT TO GANGTOK, capital of the state of Sikkim, India’s Prime propaganda an international } yester crept slowly forecasters reported farm-| persed by hot,air coming from thorne Junior High Schoo) in Beverly es Ww be > :
Minister Jawaharlal Nehru rides a weary-looking horse across a crime. A formal charge could be}j* «' Pacte-n section of the Ur lands in fine shape for harvest! Texas it was expected ito ald in strong resemblance to her actress mother, Ingric ee oo
15,000-foot Himalayan pass, on the Tibet-Sikkim border. He made the | brought against the Soviet Union States today. '' except for late wheat. The uid | relieving conditions A nroughou to make the commencement address, (International Soundphe
trip over the Gangtok-Nathuia road, the main trade raute to Tibet. on this basis.—U.P, 4 Mecora oreaking he:t and’ in the Dakotas that the heat wave 'the stricken arca.—U.P.




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"Canis Calling

D*....

LEONARD

ier

HUTSON,

Veter}



Officer of ewsra Island
cua i Mm AMUgua, 6 aw
t Barbados for _ short stay prior
© leaving for Trinidad to take up
. ¥ appointment Dewy
iculture (Animal



tson arrived here earlier
by B.W.LA,, ir
and is staying with his
relatives at “Bracebridge”, Fifti
Ave., Belleville.
A Daughter
XO? YGRATULATIONS to Mr
and Mcs, Samuel Gibbons on
Pa ds ughter on Thurs-
i June, Mother and babe
Oing fine. Mr. and Mrs.
also celebrated thelr sixth
annivermry on the 12th







weddiire

of June. ‘
O.C. Re.wnion

fT EXHE Queen's College old girls

held their Annual Reunion on
Wednesday afternoon. Before the
Meeting they were entertained to




a game of netball between “Past” and “Present” girls, T::e
present day girls won,

Later in the afternoon Mrs.
Randell, the Headmistress, was
i sduced to the girls by Miss
Eleancr Nurse, Acting Vice-
President in the absence of Mrs.
G. KH. Adams. Mrs. Randall we

made President of the Association
and the Committee was chosen io
erve for the ensuing year,

Members were asked to cn-
curege the Old girls of the
school to jein the Association.

The next meeting will be held on

Thursday 24th July, at 4.39 pin
On Holiday

N ISS HAZEL BONADIE, a

+ clerk employed with Mesers.

Lane and Banfield, dry goeds

merchants

Vincent, arrived

of Kingstown, St.
on Monday by
the Cacique del Cartbe for a
holiday, She expects to be here
for two weeks staying at Indramer
Guest House, Worthing.
Aiso holidaying here as a guest
at Indramer is Miss Muriel Sealy

of Trinidad who arrived last week
by. B.W.LA., and is staying for
1TEO weeks,
After a Month
R. FRED EASTMOND, a
Barbadian, resident in the
US.A., returned to New York on

Monday by B.W.1.A,, via Puerto
Rico after spending a month’s
holiday staying with Mrs. K.
Alleyne at Dalkeith Road,

He is a civil servant attached
to the State Insurance Depsart-
ment in New York.

Back From U.S.A.
‘(MONG the passengers return-
ing home on Monday from
the U.S.A., via Puerio Rico were
Mrs, Annie Parris of Lion Castle,
St. Thomas and Mrs, Edith Stan-
ton, mother of Mrs. D. V, Scott
of Sherbourne,” Two Mile Hill,
Spent Holiday
Me AND MRS HAROLD COLE
‘and _ their daughter fram
Trinidad returned ‘home on Mon-

by B.W.LA., after spending aa routine visit and is staying at Monda

holiday.

WOMEN IN THE NEWS—10

In the Swim



BLONDE Marilyn Monroe, who has
beem recently linked romantically
with Joe DiMaggio, prepares to
cool off at a pool in Hollywood.
Marilyn displays here some of the
charms that have prompted film
folk to call her the most exciting
blonde to come along since Jean
Harlow. (International Exclusive)

Neéw Appointment

MONG the passengers leav-

ing yesterday afternson by ~

S.£. De Grasse for Jamaica

Oliver Wesley-

the
were Dr. and Mrs.
James,

Dr. Wesley-James who wig in
3arbados for the past seventeen
taonths as Resident
Officer of the General Hospital,
has now gone to take up an
appointment ¢; Surgical Regis-
trar of the University College
Hospital.

On Business
AAT. . F. ALKINS, Manager

ivi of tho Barbados Co-opera-

t've Cotion Factory Ltd., was a



passongeâ„¢ by the Lady Rodney on
Mon ight for Antigua on a
busin-ss vit. He expects to be
back short)



Fist in 45 Years

ACK in Sarbados after an
absenre of forty five years

is Mr. Joon F. Hinds, general
foreman o! Coaipania Panamona

De Accites in-‘Panama. He arriv-
ed here recently to spend about
five weeks’ holiday and is staying
with his sister Mrs. Iris Dottin
at Holetown, St. ‘ames.
P} .
On Routine Visit

M® A. R. STARCK, OBE.
United Kingdom Trade Com-
missioner in British West
Indies with headquarters in Trini-
dad, arrived here on Monday by
B.G. Airways from St. Vincent on

the Marine Hotel.

Mrs. D. —f, L

Known to her friends as “Dor-|
rie’, the wife of Mr. D. H. L.
Ward, finds time to do executive
duties at the Y.W.C.A, besides
clerical work in the Registry, She
was married on the 3rd Septemm-
ber, 1986 and has. three daugh-
ters—Janet, Heather, and Pene-
lope. Her husband is a Barrister,

Threugh her love for children
and hey general interest in their
welfare, she assists whenever
possible in welfare work among
young people. She is the first
Honorary Secretary of the
Y.W.C.A. and has been recently
elected to represent the Associa-
tion at the Caribbean Conference
to be held in Trinidad in August
this year

“Y¥” Delegate

This Conference is to be the

first of its kind and Mrs. Ward,
is almost certain that it will be}

“ success. She also thinks that
the “¥” should go far in help-
ing the young women of the

colony. Just over a year old, the
“y" has helped many girls from
the enue who are working in

the City, Cafeteria provides
hot lunches for them at reason-
able prices and at the same time
offers home accommodations away
from home. . Ward's desire
is to assist as much as possible
in making it a real service to all
young women—both in the island
those abroad—who are desirous
pt making use of the opportunity

offered,
Miss Marion ce will be a
special Leader &t the Conference.







We tt



some tee




























Mrs. D. H. L. Ward

She is also a Senior Staff Member
of the World’s Y.W.C.A.

Other Activities

Ward is District Commis-
sioner of the Girl Guides in the
Parish of St. Philip; she is a
member of the Committee of the
Association of the Blind and Deaf
and also President of the Olympia
Sperts Club. She toured Grenada
with the Netball. team in 1950.

Mrs,



Listening Hours

1 bevel ae) ‘

4.00 — 7.15 p . 6.53 M

“4.00 p.m. The News, 4. 0 § pm, The
Daily Service, 4.15 p.m. Rythm Is Their
Dusiness, 4.45 p.m, Sporting Reeord,
m. “Griewei. 6.05 p.ro. Racing at
epet Ausor, 5.15 p.m. Listeners’ Choice,
6.00 p.m. Welsh Diary, 6.15 p.m, Just
Faney, 6.435 p.m. Sports Round-up And
t m2 Parade, 7.00 p.m, The News,
. Home N



ews From Britain



2h OS M 81.38 Mt

T.3B
7.18 p.m. We See ‘ritain, 7.45 p
Everybody Swing. & m Fait News:
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reel, 8.30 pian Sz

p.m. Trterlude, 8.58 ) vy the Edit-
orfels, 9.00 p.m. Bein the Phird Pro-
gramme, 9.45 p.m Accordian Music,
10.60 p.m. The New-. 10.10 p.m, News

Talk,

10.15 p.m. Personal Reminiscences
of 120 Yeers, 1

0.30 p.m vor net.
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Mi R. AND MRS. IAN MURPHY
who were holidayi ing here for
tre past month staying at the

ifotel Royml and Kent Hous*, ex-
peet to return to Canada this
raarning by T.C.A,

A Barbadian, Mr. Murphy has
been working in Canada for sorae-
time with General Poods in the
laboratory, He ig also “— ing
Food a at Sir George



thus receiving the award of the
Hawkins Prize.

Mr, Rochelord wae ons a
Scholarship by the Barha
ernment under a Schoniel Deve op
ment and Welfare Scheme in 1
and received his training at the
Royal Technical College, Glasgow,
whieh is affiliated tc Glasgow
University,

Retired Magistrate
M“* S. E. MOIR, retired Mag-
istrate and vareas Revie,
a ‘or St. on
Wine, he aly aa
ney. He had spent about two
weeks’ holiday staying at Stafford

House. ‘
With C.D.C.
ETURNING to Dominica on
Monday night by the

Rodney were Mr, and Mrs. J.
Callaghan and their daughter
Mcira who were here for the
past few weeks holidaying at
Cacrabank Hotel.

Mr, Callaghan is employed with
Celonial Development Corporation
fin Dominica where he is carry~
cut a hydro-electric project.

Rector From Bermuda
EV. G WALKER: Reetor of
Southampton in Bermuda
and Mrs, Walker, returned home
cn Monday night by the
Rodney after spending about two
weeks’ holiday staying at the
Marine Hotel,

Also returning to Bermuda by
the same opportunity were Mr.
and Mrs. H. 8. Halsall who spent
abeut six weeks staying at the an
Marine.

Resident Manager, T.C.A.

R. H. BAXTER, Resident
Manager of T.C.A., left on
by B.W.LA., for Trinidad
onas ort visit.



Ward

She alsc holds the Life Saver’s
Badge, Because of ag deficiency in
one of her children, she continues
to take increasing interest in the
Association for the deaf and blind.
She thinks that every assistance
should be given to help them to
help themselves. By helping them
they would make mofe useful

citizens,
Travel

She visitee the U.S.A. for a
period of six months for the pur-
pose of entering her daughter,
Heather, to the Medical Centre
Hospital and ao Hopkins Hos-
pital. While she was there she
nad the pleasure of hearing
Marian Anderson in son and
several other world famed
artistes. She has also visited
British Guiana. Trinidad, and
Grenada.

Mrs. Ward is of an athletic
build and a pleasing personality.
She likes her work and takes a
keen interest in Social Welfare.
Her hobbies are tennis, swimming,
dancing and dressmaking, and she
is especially fond of smart clothes
to which her figure and carriage
do ample justice.





- Rupert and the



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BARBADOS

By The Way
By Beachcomber

ASKED Mr, Justice Cockle-
earrot his opinion of a recent
ruling by the Lord Chief Justice
that “fish cannot be considered as
meat.”

Cocklecarrot said: “Mutatis mau-
tandis, meat cannot be consid-
ered as fish. What Is sauce for
the whale is, figuratively speak-
ing, sauce for the reindeer, eee

‘ar . ae ee ae oo
make

oe oe

health~-

jously
properties than
2 amine) my, fli this pre-
Rrighter ighting

8 yom collectors who export
theit ‘valuable specimens are

i

suggesting that traffic lights
should be floodlit to attract
foreign moths, just as the

Edgware-road is to be floodlit to
attract foreign visitors. Why not
floodlight the foreign vi-tors to
attract the natives? By ihe time
we have floodlit the floodlight»

ives evetybady ought to

feel fairly ha appy and prosperous.

“Mair Lieht noo!” as Goethe

one a famous occasion to old
‘ackenzie,

Novelty

is a graceful thought of the
B.B.C, to arrange a meeting

T

, between a broadcaster who has

asked 756,432 questions and 4
tadio woman who has answered
346,218 questions. The woman
will ask the man why he has
asked all these absurd questions
and the man will ask the woman
why she has bothered to answe*

them. A cackling audience, with
an applause-leader, will be in
attendance,
Life's like that

MAN who bred a_brigh-

gréen mouse has ¢omtplaine::

that it was eaten by a pink rat.
There was a lift-porter in Bays-
water who bred a scarlet mole
One day, as he was exercising it
on the pavement in Orme-square
it was run eee by a tiny Peruvi-
smock

an milkman a tartan
Frcs. Big eight-foot high electtic

CHOsswoRD x



ane

(9
the roie—and wil!

gabon,

ia mixed in Spain >» (3)

Bagaeaing aon re

Sort 0! by Gane * 45

You aaa ‘fate hoy in. Listen

LOPS Bowes e. to sea. (4)
Â¥ strung. it

le upse: of tea. (5)
Secondhand ol viously. (4)

Down

a rocser

tere ee

ae
-

Ne |

reat in gaan, mciosure, (6)

forming to mleot. (@)
oe mame in to upset tea

4 ee fa
Whtog chasm,

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AQU. 8

ARIU! Let other people make deci
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their minds at this time. Enough for yeu
to watch and wait. There will be an
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TAURUS
* April 21—May 22

Moon’s influence shows a change of trend
coming. There will be a business profit
to- be made too. Even though you may
feel like changing your mind be very care-
ful before you decide.

Eldest son shall hear of news of profit
that shall come from a far place. This is
a very lucky period for those who are
interosted in business relationships etc,
The other person is not eee out tore
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March 21—April 20

Take things quietly, all you followers
of the BULL, There may come much to
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cial occasion coming soon shall une an
otherwise rather dull period.

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x

You must try hard to be always construe- 2
tive, especially where you have dealings
with relations and with casual friends.
Remember that more things than gold

glitter and watch your financial state dur-
ing the coming days.

This is a very fortunate period for those
who are in love, as the influence of VENUS
is very strong just now. You shall hear
news of great joy and there will be in-
formation that if used wisely, shall
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CANCER
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LEO

Once ye .
24—Aug, 22 nee you have made up your mind be slow >

to change unless you can carefully sum up
all the pros and cons,

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just now. A very lucky period for those
born July 24, 26, 27 and Aug. 1st and 2nd.

July

VIRGO This is going to be a period of fortune
Aug. 23—Sept. 23 for one who is dear to you and you shall
profit by their joy, There shall be a time
when you wonder if all is worthwhile but
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You must be careful of your finances just
now as there could be a loss to you if you
do not watch all angles. Rash specula-
tion is never wise and you may have to
pay the piper if you are not careful. Blue
is very lucky—white not so.

Sept. 24—Oct. 23

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Oct. Nov. 22 You must be willing to let your dear

friends have the spotlight at this time.
Let others express their views and ideas
You shall profit well by so doing. It is
never too late to learn, so do not be de-
pressed if things go a little wrong.

The arrival of a friend from Crescent
shall come as a pleasant surprise to you.
Remember that a word rashly ge a
cause very great hurt and cost a lot
take back. Lucky birthdays are Nov. a
25, 26, and Dec. 17, 18 and 19.

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rejudices block your opportunities as you
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THURSDAY, JUNE 14,

Members Criticise Government’s Delay

All Civil

1952

Servant

Should Get Raises

FOLLOWING a stormy and protracted debate in the

Ho

of Assembly on Tuesday,
number of Resolutions and Bills

e Government passed a
giving effect to Orders

which provide for increases in the salaries paid to technical
officers and heads of Government Departments.
It was the severest attack on the Government since the

openi

of this legislative session last December, and mem-

bers of the Government party in the House joined with

opposition members in strongly criticising Government for Diity,” they should be

their delay in giving similar consideration to the rank and

file of the Service.

The Orders give effect to pro-
posals put forward by a commit-
tee selected as a result of the
exodus of technical officials from
the Government Service of the
island to investigate the salaries
of these officers. They deal with
all Heads of Departments, Ele-
mentary School teachers, Head-
teachers and teachers in First and
Second Grade Grant . Aided
Schools, Pensions and Leave Pas-
sages, the Chief Judge and Crown
Law Officers and officials of the
judiciary who come under the
Assistant Court of Appeal Act,
and the heads of the Established
Churches.

The Government in the face of
bitter attaek which lasted from 3
p.m, on Tuesday afternoon until
3 a.m, early Wednesday Perens.
won the vote by eight votes to
four, with many of ae rer”
ment supporters remaining out-
side the Chamber when the vote
was taken because they were not
prepared to vote the increases
for the administrative heads.

Just before the vote was taken,
Mr.°G. H. Adams, Leader of the
Government, in a brief rom to
the numerous criticisms hurled at
the government, threatened that
he would take it as a no confi-
.dence vote if the members of his
party voted against the Regolu-
tion, and resign the Government
and return to the electorate.

Like Mr. Lewis, Mr. L. A. Wil-
liams, another Government Party
member, strongly criticised the
proposal to increase the’ salaries
of the Administrative Heads, and
said that the question of the
technical personnel was one of
supply and demand. He was told
by his Government of the exodus
at Harrison College, and in that
respect he would sympathise with
Government, seeing at because
of the dearth of technical men,
they would have to go into the
open market and pay for them.

“Pen Pushers” °

While conceding that point, Mr.
Williams said “I am not going to
extend these proposals to men
who push pens.” One would
notice he said, that the Head of
the Administration talked about
the difficulty in retaining officers,
but he should think that the
exodus came first, and what was
more, the Head of the Adminis-
tration in this speseks at the open-
ing of the legislature did not give
the House any indication as_ to
whether such a situation resulted
from transfers in the
course of promotion.

He said that according to their
terms of reference, the Committee
was set up to consider technical
officers, but instead, one found in
their report, and he believed that
they were motivated by the con-
tention that you could not deny
one man something which was
being given to another,

He felt that the Committee went
outside its terms of reference in
considering Administrative Heads
along with the technical officers,
and the unfortunate part of the
report was that the Committee
made reference to the salaries
paid to Officers of Colonial De-
velopment and Welfare, He
could not understand what that
had to do with the question of
salaries in Barbados, and said that
while he was given the assurance
that that did not bias the Com-
mittee, yet he knew from exper-
ience that if certain evidence was





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decision. ' va 8 Gat Be Resolution was before
He said that during his stay in Gonsscer ao een

the United Kingdom he never
once saw a Barbadian post ad-
vertised for, although he had
noticed advertisements from
every other colony.
The “Smaller Boys”

He felt that the “smaller boys”

would not benefit by the recom-

mendations contained in the
Committee’s report, and added,
“the whole trouble started with

these English boys.” He did not

suppose that one Barbadian Head carried out, and said that it was

ledge there
“dis- were a few high officials who
and were
able to find people to get the

of a Department had asked for
more salaries, and he was
appointed and frustrated” at this
sort of Empire.

There was no real dearth of
administrative officers, and he
was not convinced that the island

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



He felt that the idea all along experience no difficulty in getting, be supported before the proposals
was to increase the salaries of the are being paid increases of $1,200,f0” whe increase of salaries for

big officials, while holding out
last minute promise to attend

whieh was, so to
an after-thought,

The hOmourable senior..mem- We having any difficulty in fil

aa year.
: q to Mr.
those in the lower paid ranks, increases

Crawford criticised” “the
for the

siener of Police, and asked, i

ber for St, Joseph had begun by ®"Y vacancies which ote
saying that this “is a country in these departments. ’ 7
which we have resj bility in It wag true that the colony wie

our own affairs,
mastene om = house,
at we ive preciate
fact that the Guveseenen
not thrust

had “this

pay

the highe
contention

officials. ‘us

seemed
to be that high responsibility and
allowed to be put before a jury, handsome salaries were all.
it could not but bias them in their would however say that the fact

thrust somethin a

rust so gu them.
His Honour the’ Sp
interpolated that
Rule 126, no member of the
may use

- men from training
to peeted that in the immediate post

eC

could

the Governor's name

technical positions, Thig

large ritim ber of technical
and it was ex-

Fr war years, there would be a pau-

eity of technically trained men in
any field of endeavour. But, he
said, this cannot remain for ‘ever,
and he envisaged that soon the
West Indies would find themselves
in a position in which they would
be able to till such positions al-

Speaker here. â„¢OSt entirely with West Indiags
sr to
ouse

of whom there were now about
1,000 in training at Universities
n the United Kingdom and North

tfully, and requested the America.

honourable member
from so doing,
Mr. Crawford

to refrain

Grossly Unfair

Mr. Crawford thought it was

continued that “grossly unfair’? merely because

the fact that the Resolution was they could not find an engine!
before the House was because the here and there, or a bacteriol

Governor wanted the
common know:

wanted the salaries,
Labour Government to bring the

proposals to the legislature,
The honourable senior member

here and there, or a highly skilled
agriculturalict, to “pick up local,

stock and barrel,”—every official”

in the Government Service over
a certain salary and psy fim $100
a month more; purely as a face
caving gesture in order to justify
increases for imported officials

was able to pay the large salaries for St. Philip said “it is better Who expect to have the comfort of

proposed for those officers.

He that we were a Crown Colony, Security of Colonial Service and

might have been convinced if the because we would know what to Still make the same money as

argument that people could not

expect. But to have this farcical

people who had to gamble with

liye on existing salaries was used. responsible government, and to be their future.

did not know that the in-

told that officials could have the

He recalled that in October of

crease in salaries would be the Treasury, it would be better for last year there was a general in-
end of the matter, and he added, us to be the biggest Crown Colony crease and cost of living allowance

“I cannot in any way subscribe
to the because the Com-
mittee went outside its terms of
reference. He did not think that
the most radical member of the
House w oppose the Resolu-
tion if it had

he could not see how increasing
the salaries of the administrative
heads would result in Barbados
getting better officers. i
even mean that as a

having created such fantastic

Salaries that they would remain :

forever,

He did not know what licy
the Government had ever adopted
for training their Civil Servants,
but he knew that leave passages
paid by Trinidad, combined with
study leave facilities, that colony
was able to attract men who
would not leave. He could not
see that by merely increasing
salaries to attract good men
would mean that they would want
to stay. In the course of five
years one would find many of
those moving on to other colonies
which were richer than Barbados.

Mr. Williams said that when
one faced facts, that the island

“we are primary preducers”, one
could do nothing but quibble
about the proposals to increase by

in Africa,”

He said that people came out
here from India and other places
where they had been receiving
large salaries, found others
use their influence on the H

“committing — thi:
the financial "

colony.”

Much of the trouble was due to
He = ann. the ee of
ic: rvices felt that he
hould be paid more money, be-
cause private medical practition-
ers are making a lot of money.
He seemed to overlook the fact
that the private medical practi-
tioner had to gamble with his
future, while he as a Government
employee was not prepared to
gamble with his future, and had
security of Government Service
with guaranteed ion.
Disgruntl Officials
trouble came about, Mr.
Crawford said, because a few dis-
gruntled imported officials
that they are entitled to half of
the Treasury of this island,
he asked,

affairs of

magisterial vacancies?”
He observed, “lawyers
Barbados and the West Indies a’

to

ead
been brought down of the Administration and he in
purely for technical officers, but turn on the Executive who were

seandal with
this

feel

of the Government employees, and
remarked upon the fact that while
Government had only proposed
15%, members asked for another
10%, and the argument was
advanced that if it was carried to
25% it would stop the school build
ing programme, social services and
the programme of capital works.
Mr. Crawford said that that
extra 5% would have cost the
eolony $155,000 and it would have
been spread over the entire Ser-
vice, Today, however, the Govern-
ment could find $180,000 purely to
provide increased salaries and
leave passages for the “cream” of
the Government Service — the
officials at the ‘top-—and there
seemed to be no possibility of in-
terrupting the wehool building,
social and capital works pro-
grammes, or anything of the sort.

He drew attention to the amount
of unestimated revenue collected
by Government due to good crops,
and said that instead of Govern-
ment spending that money wisely,
they were pouring it into the

and he ‘ted cials.
“ean it be claimed that hands of o few teapot =

had a one crop économy, and that we find it difficult to fll our

Mr. Crawford was strong in his,
criticism on the lack of aecommo-
dation in the secondary schools,

in and urged Government to erect
r€ more of these schools in order to

substantial amounts salaries paid as plentiful as sea eggs in Septem- mmodate the large number of
to administrative heads of depart- ber, and yet we are going to oeilaren seeking sane into these

ments.

Concluding he repeated that he
was prepared to support the pro-
posals for increasing the re-
muneration to be paid to technical
personnel, but he could not extend
the same consideration to the
administrative heads, when the
rank and file of the Service had to
wait until a Commission investi-
gate their case.

Mr. W. A. Crawford compli<
mented Mr. Williams on the stand
he had taken, and said that in
quoting from the speech of the
Governor at the opening of
legislative session, the
member for St. Lucy had proved
the contention that there was no
intention at all at this point to
any attention to the salaries of the
lower paid employees of
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increase the salaries, and
Petty Debt Court Judge
$1,000 a year more.”

Mr. Crawford compared

pay the schools, and the present existing
nearly congestion.

He doubted if there was any

the measure ever presented in that

present salaries and those which grouse which was more calculated

would obtain as a remult of the

to provoke dissatisfaction among

proposed increases, and said that the members as the Resolution
“our Attorney General will be which they were asked to consider

paid more than

General of British Guiana

the Attorney and he could

not imagine any

Of member of the House who was

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Agents.

in-
erease on the salary attached to
the Chief Justice’s office—from
$7,920 a year to $9,600 a year—
the and asked “are you going to tell, ment found it difficult to get highly
Junior Me that a small colony like this} cvijied technical men, they should



pressing himself otherwise than
against the principle of the
measure,

He suggested that if Govern-

be brought in on contract, as was
the ease with the Chief Engineer

pay one swoop to increase his salary 4» the Water Works Department,

He. said that the Resolution

the He continued, “and all the way} should not be before the House at
down the line, officials whorn we all,

and even if a majority
decided to support it, it should not

Offices of.
speak, merely Comptroller of Customs, Coal

’ nee
im7S12,890,000 and British Guiana’s

=~ rank and file of the Service

ame before them,

Mr. Crawford said it was

‘arvadzing that these proposals had

come before them that day.
annual revenue was

was $60,000,000 and for some
earthly reason they must pay the

that we are now finding it difficult and would samc salaries to their officers.

and Continue to find it difficult to fill’ He coud not
the certain - i
t could condition Mr, Crawfora ttiributed

anything upon us,” but to the fact that the war had pre-
it seemed to him ‘ey since they vented a ° ite

imagine any
official in his right semses making
@ public statement. that a colony
like this eould pay sararies to
employees on the same basis as
Trinidad or British Guiana whose"
revenue was five times as great.

Tf Government did not know
what they were doing. there weye
some members present who were
in their right senses and did not
propese to be made fools of or
commit unjustifiable and un
warranted wastage of public
funds such as was the case with
the resolution before them.

He said that the taxpayers were
Not going.tobe satisfied in having

thely tages fri away in such
Ro MenwMersys recent weeks
they indications of a

drop dm the prices of commodities
they imported like textiles and
the local pesition of revenue in so
fay as Customs and Excise were
coneerned would also drop.

Crawford finally moved
tnat the resolution he passed this
day six moriths.

Something Wrong
Mr, J. C. Mottley (C) seconded

the motion and said thet ") doing
so, he would be ng a
serviee to the comm) id the
island as a whole. (/ i that

he could not resist tue t .,ptation
of sdying that something had
gone wrong with the Leader of
the House in bringing down such
a resolution, They were sup-

sed to be representatives of
abour and it was very unfor-
tunate that they had to deal with
such a measure that night.

They were called u to sub-
scribe ta a resolution that no sane
man. Or woman and especially
those who were representatives of
labour should associate. them-
selves ‘with and he wanted to
register his protest to any such
resolution,

_ Mr, Mottley termed the resolu-
tion an insult to his neers
and a challenge to their mai ,
He kKhew that the Leader of the
House, the honourable senior
member for St. Joseph, was in
duty bound to suppert the Gov-
ernment, but he did not-see that
other members, as. representatives
of the people had to subscribe to
such things.

There were many
were in need of
bread as well as those whe had
no home to lay their heads and
yet Government was asking the
Hovse’ to increase salaries of

heads of departments who were
sit . i so to

4 ane 60. 9
" wild there
were many. people in the .com-

munity who did not even earn
a hundred dollars a month and
he reiterated that he wanted to
register his protest against the
resolution and hoped that other
honourable members would have
the temerity to speak agsinst it.

At this stage the House ad-
journed for dinner,

Step Backward

On the resumption, Mr. O. T.
Allder (I) said that the introduc-
tion 6f a resolution such as the
one before the House could be
considered as reprehensible as
far as social progress was con-
cerned. He would hardly tnink
that any ordinary or reasonable
human being coule vouchsaf.
anything which resoliitions of that
sort purported to bring about.

He said that their decision that

night on the resolution would
deteymine the future o
people of the ¢ in addition

He had listened to the speeches
of the proposer and seconder of
the resolution, The honourable
senior member for St. Joseph ws
obligated in the running of the
Government and he had ofien
heard him say at mass moeetins
that nothing could be done by the
Government unless he sanctioned

it.

As far as the honourable junior
member for St. Thomas wag con-
cerned Mr, Alider said that he
was one of the members of the
Committee who recommended the
inereases for the heads of denar!
ments and in the absence of a
minority report presented to the
House by him he had therefore
acquiesced in the recommendations
which were presented to them
that night and he considered that
course a disservice to the peopic
of the colony.

Tm that respect he said that it
behoyed him to make a general
appeal, not only to those of them
wn that side of the table, but to
those of the Government party
who he knew were not in favour
bf the presentation of the report
or the passing of the regplution.

In recent years when the com:
nlexion of the Government was
different, they had never presen -
ed such a reactionary programme
for heads of departments as wps
done in the short period of tne
present session.

Whatever argument had been
put up to justify the support of
the resolution, it would fall to
he ground in view of the fact that
in--the report presented to the
House they were comparing the
salaries for heads of departments
with those in British Guiana,
Trinidad and Jamaica.

It was unique Tor a so-called

socialist Government to try. toMsix dollars a week.
emulate the practices of those,,mentioned that



its limited resources should pay
the same salary.

Comparisons

While they had been trying to
compare salaries and emoluments
of certain offices, he would try to
compare the social services which
Barbados had failed to give to its
populace, as against the social
services which those colonies had
been successful in giving to theirs.

It was only sometime this month
that Trinidad concluded a pro-
gramme of giving anti T.B. vaceine
to 54,000 of its een and up
to now Barba had not been
able to procure a place to
isolate the thousands of T.B, sub-
jects in the colony. In Trinidad
there was also a very good
Sanitarium and even the Govern-
ment of Barbados had to send
some of their servants to it for
treatment.

Mr. Allder said that among
other things in Trinidad, Govern-
ment had allocated in the
Estimates two and a half million
dollars for the purpose in-
tensifying a scheme of local food
production while they in Barba-
dos on the other hand had nothing
whatsoever,

As far as revenue was concern-
ed, there was no comparison what-
soever between that of Barbados

nd that of Trinidad Jameica.
hey had been t at British
Guiana’s revenue 8 $60,000,000

per annum and ‘Trinidad’s was
$66,000,000 as compared with that
of Barbados which reached its
highest this year of $12,000,000,
yet at the same time, they were
trying to give the Colonial Secre-
tary and other heads of depart-
ments in this colony, the same
salaries as heads of departments
in the other colonies.
Mr, Allder said that some of
the heads of departments were
getting an increase of $100... a
month and over, while a worker
who lived at Jackson and had to
. travel to Bath in St. John to his
,work only received a little ovet
He further
some people

colonies in one respect but not injJworked for a lifetime and were

others. Because Trinidad
£X to its Attorney Genera
did not mean that Barbados wit

pt

not able to save $100, and Gov-

itMernment was asking the House to

increase salaries of certain heads

PAGE THREE

of departments by $100 a month
and more. He felt that it was a
retrograde step for the Labour
Government to bring such a reso-
lution before the House.

He finally supported the mo-
tion made by the honourable sen-
for member for St. Philip and
said that it would not only be
doing a service to themselves, but
also te the taxpayers who would
have to place this money in the
Trearury from which these in-
creases wouid be taken.

Mr. F. €, Goddard (E) said that
it was unfortunate that they did
not have the Fiscal Survey which
was promised them so long—at
least two months ago—because it
was going to take time to study.
A Survey thot hed taken so long
to draw up, could not be studied
over a week end. Tt was a mat-
ter that had been hanging fire
for the last two or three years.

Honourable members would
remember that during this session



as well as the last that the sen-
for officers in the civil service
especially those with a technical

flavour and in the teaching pro-
fession, had been agitating for
better terms of service and when
he said that he did so purposely.



Tt was not only the salary
they wanted ineressed, but he
had heard from some teachers
that they were more interested tn
Yeave passaces than the salerics.
because they felt that with the
hich cost of passages to and
from the United Kingdom, that
they were unable when the time
came for them to co back to
their families, to find the neces-
Sary money.

Could Afford It

The Government at the moment
inust carry the responsibility as
to whether they were financially
able to do it or not. They had
assured them that they could do
so, otherwise they would not
pie come down with the Resolu-
tion.

The Head of the Administration
in his opening speech at the be-
ginning of the session said that
not only were they able to do it,

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TAXATION

ON TUESDAY next week the thirty
second Annual General Meeting of the
Automatic Telephone and Electric Com-
pany Limited will be held in London.

A statement by the Chairman, Sir Alex-
ander Roger has been circulated to mem-
bers and was published in the Times of
June 3.

Of especial interest to Barbados is a sec-
tion of this statement which deals with the
shortage of industrial capital.

Sir Alexander comments upon two facts
which have been brought to the attention
of the people of Barbados on previous
occasions but. which will lose nothing

through repetition.

Because of the burden of taxation on
company profits and personal income and
the failure of the taxing system to take
proper account of the replacement cost of
fixed assets and of raw material stocks,
industry, says-Sir Alexander, cannot itself
provide the increasing amount of working
capital it requires. Now this argument of
Sir Alexander’s is common enough in finan-
cial circles and is based on the experience
of every man of business. Unfortunately
the opinion of men of business and the
comment of those skilled in finance does
not always receive attention from political
circles in highly developed countries: while
in countries where responsibility for finan-

~~eial affairs is still entrusted to metropoli-

tan countries politicians of the dependent
country are frequently indifferent to the
comment of experienced men of business.

What Sir Alexander has to say about the

United Kingdom is as true of Barbados,
after due allowances are made for differ-
ences of customs and degree. Taxation,
wherever it is practised as a major method
of obtaining revenue, must decrease the
quantity of capital available for industry.
And when to the increasing demands
which taxation makes on industries are
added rising labour and raw material costs
the burdens which have to be carried by
investors today are patent.
| But taxation is’only one handicap.
\ Because of inflationary spirals the public,
which according to the text books on eeono-
mics, are classified as the investing public
spend more of their money on keeping up
with the rising cost of living and therefore
save less for investment.

Thus excessive taxation deals a double
blow to industry. By squeezing the last
ounce of profit from industry and thereby
-exacerbating the inflationary pressure,
taxation directly limits capital available
for industrial development: and resulting
from inflationary pressure the list of the
investing public becomes shorter and in-
dustry’s alternative source of recruiting
capital is correspondingly blocked.

Already for several years this tendency
has been noticeable in Barbados. Taxation
adds to the burdens of industry and exces-
sive taxation restricts the expansion of in-
dustry. Developments which have taken
place in recent years in Barbados and
which have increased employment oppor-
tunities in the island could not today take
place, because most of the profits previ-
ously available for capital investment are
now collected by the commissioner of in-
come tax.

When money collected by taxation is
spent on the economic development of a
country the evil effects of applying a brake
to industrial expansion are not felt, merely
because the money has not been frittered
away or spent unproductively. But when
money collected by taxation is spent
without foresight, thought, or concern fog,

the future, only ‘inflation can result. ape

Throughout the West Indies today people
are living on capital and are spending their
savings while prices continue to rise.
Social services have been’ inaugurated
beyond the normal capacities of the region
to support; educational expenditure is run-
ning ahead of prudent allowances of reve-
nue for education; no one can say where
finances are to be found to sustain the
University College of the West Indies: and
the value of money grows less month by
month.

In the United.Kingdom very stern meas-
ures have beer taken by the Conservative
Government to encourage thrift and stabil-
ize prices and efforts are’ being made by
government, opposition and trade union
Jeaders to bring home to the naturally op-
timistie English worker the gravity of the
situation which faces the United Kingdom.

In the West Indies spending continues
apace: and where are the voices of the
peoples’ representatives heard telling
people of the need for thrift and hard work?
If they are raised at all they are drowned
by the clamour of those demanding that
the island’s money be frittered away in

c Yet the need for

is urgent

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tightening



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by LORD BEAVERBROOK |

I COME to a curious matter.
This monumental
The History of The Times—
which is written by Stanley
Morison, tells of the decisive
part played by The Times
——and by its editor, Geoffrey
Dawson—in the Abdication
of Edward the Eighth, King.

But the dramatie story is
not boldly brought out—as
the important part played
by The Times in the Mun-
ich Crisis is brought out.
Instead, it is hidden away in
an appendix,

Munich turned out to be a
failure — and The Times
frankly admits its share in
that episode. The Abdica-
tion was successfully car-
ried through with the es-
sential aid of this news-
paper—and The Times book
buries it in a back section.
Why? Is there an element
of apology in this too?

I am not taking up any
partisan attitude in this mat-
ter. Nor do I desire to rake =
over the dead embers of =
this controversy, All that is his-
tory now, and as such it is told in
this Times book, It is interesting
to see both what The Times did
on that occasion and what it says
now about what it said then,

The Facts

These are the facts which the
book sets forth: —

1 That the editor of The
Times, Geoffrey Dawson, was
the most important factor—with
the sole exception of the Prime
Minister, Stank Baldwin, in
compelling the g to abdicate.

2 That he did it by methods
which many would condemn,

3 That he pursued his quest
with a. vigour that seemed more
like venom.

What kind of man was this
formidable Dawson?

I knew him, not intimately,
for a quarter of a_ century.
At the time of the Abdication
Crisis, he was a man of middle
weight, with a good head, going
a bit bald, and a rather flushed
face. He walked with a firm
tread.

He would have looked well,
and he would have done well, on
the bridge of a battleship. He had
a commanding attitude. He was
not especially attractive in appear-
ance, if he was in el
gompany you soon realised he
was there. He was a somebody,

He liked to dine in important
company. He had an excellent
taste in port wine. He was not
like Pitt, a two-bottle man, but
Dawson could be depended on
for three full glasses.

He had a clear head and
reckoned that he knew his own
mind—though perhaps what he
really knew was his friend Lord
Milner’s mind, which he mistook
for his own,

Consulted

Now here is the _ factual!
‘account of the constitutional
taken from The Times
Appendix. That Dawson was of
more importance than any of the
Prime Minister's Cabinet col-
leagues is made abundantly clear
in Mr. . Morison’s narrative.
Dawson ‘was almost invariably
consulted first,

The crisis was launched by a
letter written by Major Har-
dinge* to his master, the King.
Dawson saw that letter in draft
and approved it. Thereupon
Dawson set out on a propaganda
canvass of public men.

When the King put forward to
Baldwin the project of a mongan-
atic marriage — that is that he












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Wicksteed OrT

No. 1-With Mr. PINCHER On Puffin Isle

By BERNARD WICKSTEED
SKOKHOLM.

How would you like to be
marooned on an island with
thirty thousand sea birds, eight
ornithologists, and Mr. Chap-
man Pincher?

That’s how it is with me at
the moment, and if only we had
Mickey Mouse and the Marx
Brothers too it would make it
the perfect week-end,

Skokholm is a bird observa.
tory off the Pembrokeshire
coast. It is a rocky island about
a mile long and half a mile
wide, and at this time of year
multitudes of birds that nor-
mally spend their lives at sea
come here to hatch their young
and make them British citizens,

You can’t give a bird a pass-
port, but you can put a ring on
its leg that will identify it
wherever it is found and in this
way learn about its wandering
habits. ‘

More than 3,000 birds are
ringed on Skokholm every year,
‘and Mr. Pincher and I thought it
would be fun to help. So here we
are, living in a converted bart,
and no boat back till Sunday.

The bird watchers are as in-
teresting to study as the birds
themselves. There is a young
man from Cambridge who digs

uv birds with a spyde and then +

plants them again like potatoes.

He is more of a bird smeller
than a watcher because he goes
round sniffing rabbit holes and
if the smell is right he digs.

When I asked him what he
hoped to learn by this he said
he was studying bird navigation
land was seeing if the same birds
necupied the same holes as last
year,

Painted Nails

AS we were watching he un-
earthed an avian scandal. He
dug up a pair of Manx shear-
waters, which are sea birds
about the size of doves, and

found, after noting the numbers

‘Lord Beaverbrock am
HAs seen Lord Beaverbrook.
alle
Wiggin wrote

pence last week, I was astonished fo
see that he is seventy-three today.

His fascinating lelevised recollec-
tions of Lord Northcliffe were o
glimpse of a treasure-houst ‘of
intimate history of politics: and
Pleet Street, extending over more
than forty years, whieh 1 hope will
one day be fully revenied.



—broadcasting

in the Home Service on
the latest volume of The
History of The Times.

The earlier part of the.
broadcast dealt with the
Lloyd George Cabinet
in the first World War.




+h
Se % fe ‘
on television, and agreed with
that my Neague Maurice |
ut hie perform.

.

Few men of his ave retain such
pia. and energy, which excite aly
nce the admiration and the dready
his weaker-framed subordinates,

should take a wife but not a
Queen—Dawson was consulted by
Baldwin, Only after this consult-
ation was the project submitted
to the Cabinet and the Dominion
Governments, When the replies
came in, Baldwin conveyed the
information to Dawson before he
took it to the King.

Dawsvun sat with Baldwin com-
forting and
when the Prime Minister
nerve.

ee ae
ost his

‘Terrified’

Then Editor Dawson conducted
a campaign in The advo-
cating the importance of keeping
the Crown and its representatives
remote from glaring personal
scandal. Dawson was intimidating
the King in code, He succeeded
in terrifying His Majesty.

About this time I was in New
York. The King telegraphed and
telephoned me to come to Lon-
don, It is stated by The Times
book that when Dawson knew
that I was due to arrive, he
threatened to print a_ leading
article attacking His Majesty in
order to block any help that I
might be able to give,

And on arriving at Fort Bel-
vedere, where the King was in
residence, I found him in terror
of Dawson, He had sent Sir Wal-
ter Monckton to thé editor,
asking that he might have a
oo that the so-called Full

ife of Mrs. Simpson would not
be published.

He received an assurance that
publication would not take place
in the next issue. Cold comfort.

When Dawson set out to
mobilise opinion against the King
in the columns of The Times, he
deliberately suppressed all letters
which were in favour of the King
—and at the outset, as is stated
in The Times book, they - were
overwhelmingly so.

Then, at the end, he made
three disreputable assertions in
his leading articles. He wrote
that all would have thought
Edward fit to rule, if he had
never ascended the Throne. He
branded Mrs. Simpson person-
ally in the severest language.
And he declared that King
George the Fifth's last days had
been clouded with anxiety for
the future,

This information was supplied
by the Archbishop of Canterbury,
who told Dawson that King
George’s death had been hastened
by his son’s infatuation,

All the foregoing facts I take
from the exciting appendix of

on’ their rings, that they were
virtually nesting in sin.

They had each changed part-
mers since he dug them up last
time.

Two of the other bird watchers
spend their time going round
the island with a_ weighing
machine weighing baby wheat-
ears and then painting their toe-
nails.

The object of this unusual
pastime is to find out how ‘the
‘weather affects the rate at which
they put on weight. The toenail
painting is to distinguish the
birds till they are old enough to
wear rings on their legs.

Amateurs

WHAT sort of people are these
bird watchers? Well, to look at
them they are just the same as
you and me. The warden who
lives here with his wife from
March to October took up bird
watching when he was a prisoner
of war in Germany. With all the
time in the world on his hands
he studied the goldfinches round
‘the aimp.

Excépt for the young man
from Cambridge, the others are
‘ll amateurs who pay four
guineas a week for their keep and
get a holiday on an island thrown
in.

Of those here at the moment
‘one is a young farmer and an-
other a schoolmistress with a
term off, There's a retired medi-
eal officer of health with his wife,
anda girl from the B.B.c.

Naturally Mr. Pincher is in his

element, You never saw a man
so delighted with his surround-
ings. He drags me around the

island ambushing puffins :
stalking razorbills with a pi






jor bent wire that you
round their legs from behinc
We've been smelling under
for Mother Carey’s
s and listening in a cave



al snoring.

The puffin an

fun, Puffins are the Tubb
bies of the bird world. T



he Isles






Stanley Morison’s History
The Times,

No doubt I put a different
interpretation ypon some of these
events, but the accuracy of the
narrative. cannot be disputed.

There is one notable omission.
Stanley Morison does not. tell
that Editor Dawson published
one piecesef journalism that was
innocent on the surface, but
which | wounding and
malici$us. inmuende.

He does tell that public opinion
was heavily om the side of the
King andithe King’s proposal for
a morganatic marriage.

The.Pimes syccessfully swayed
public. .opinion in the opposite
direetion,

of

Into Exile...

The King, now the Duke of
Windsor, went into exile when
he boarded the destroyer Fury
that foggy Decerfber night and
put out to sea for France. He
has not yet returned.

me day shortly after the
Abdication. President Roosevelt
asked me to go to Washington,
He examined me in every detail
of the royal tragedy. He could
not understand it. He quoted the
old saying that no man should

ever resign, but wait to be
sacked.

I replied that I never could
discern any real. ‘purpose or

steady policy in the conduct of
the King. It seemed to me that
he just allowed himself to be
pushed out.

President Roosevelt ‘was not
eonvinted, Years after, when the
President was dead, I was given
an explanation of the conduct of
the King:in a single sentence.

Last Trick

When the Duke of Windsor dis-
embarked from Fury at Boulogne
and bade farewell to his friends
that had come with him he
turned to one of them and said:
“I always thought I could get
away with a morganatic marri-
age.”

So the King had a policy after
all. Clearly it had been his inten-
tion to barter the threat of
Abdication against Government
acknowledgment of the morgan-
atic marriage. The game was
played to the end, and The Times
and Mr. Baldwin won the last
trick.

If I had known of this conver-
gation before the death of
President Roosevelt, I could have
given him the answer to_ his
question in the words of the King:
“I always thought I could get
away with a morganatic marri-
age.”

Memory

All these events are past and
gone. It is long since, and this is
my 73rd birthday. Telling me I
do not look it won't help me at
all, Nothing helps me now, except
the inheritance of much strength
derived from the frugal lives of
my Scottish forebears, trans-
planted to the harsh and infertile
soil of Eastern Canada,

The past now lives in my
memory. The future has no place.

And it is out of the past that
I recall the brilliant men of
action. .wh® march through the
poms of*The History of The
‘imes.

&

* PRIVATE secretary Major
Alexander Hardinge’s letter was
received by King Edward VOT
on November 13, 1936. The
King recorded later that he
regarded its . “col formal
suggestion” that Mrs. Simpson
should leave the country, as an
ultimatum,

—L.E.S.



in rabbit burrows and like to
stand at their front doors proud-
ly displaying their tubby tum-
mies,

We Jaid a net on the greund
in front of some burrows and
fixed it so that when we vulled
a rope it swuat over and caught
anything sta near.

Then we hid behind a_ rock
mand waited for tubby puffins to
turn up.” Altogether we caught
(three, antl after ringing them,
let them get on with their pufiin
offairs. Seme day they may be
found as’far away as Spain and
the rings om their legs will iden-
tify them et once as the puf\ns
that Pincher and Wicksteed

caught.
Night Birds

TIRING of puffins we went
after razorbills. They’re harder
to catch because they sit about
on rocks on the sides of preci-
pices, but with our piece of bent
wire We managed to hook two
round the leg and ring them.
Several others had a close shave.
_ But the supreme thrill on this
island of birds comes between
midnight and 2 am., when the
Manx shearwaters | creep. out
from their underground nests for
n breath of fresh air.

It would be death for them to
appear in. daylight, for they
would be killed at once by the
gulls. So all day long they
stay in their.-burrows in com-
plete silence, thousands and
thousands of them.

Then when the night is at its
Garkest and the gulls are asleep,
out they come—and in from the
open sea come their mates to

relieve them -on the nest.

You have to be careful not tc
tread on them. When you walk
you are constantly hit by thern.
in the tummy
that

I got slap

from a wet shearwater

nearly winded me.
And all the time the

one








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———)

“You Don't Shoot
Santa Claus”

From R. M. MacCOLL

WASHINGTON.

THE TAFT-IKE hubbub of the past few
days concerning which of the two shall
grab the Republican Nomination for Presi-
dent has temporarily stolen the limelight
and obscured the fact that, whoever does
become the Republican champion, it yet
remains that many shrewd and dispassion-
ate observers of America’s political scene
are still laying long odds on a Democrat
going back to the White House next Janu-
ary.

Why? Because you “Don’t shoot Santa
Claus,” “We never had it so good,” and the
tried political maxim that you don’t turn
out the party in power when times are
prosperous, c

And in spite of all the “griping” over high
taxes, high prices and talk of a coming
recession, the great mass of small men and
women all over the country are living the
good life, and “eating high on the hog.”

Who is the lucky Democrat-to-be? If
Truman liked to change his mind at any
time up to the 59th minute of the eleventh
hour at the Democratic National Conven-
tion in Chicago next month, there is not
the slightest doubt that he would be accept-
ed immediately. And not many people
think that a Republican could beat him in
the November Elections.

But assuming Truman doesn’t change his
mind and resists the “draft” (conscription)
of which Democrats wistfully talk when-
ever they fell pessimistic or panicky about
their chances, who are: we likely to see
doing battle with Ike, Taft or Mr. X?

Here is a name you have scarcely heard
of—Sam Rayburn, Rayburn, egg-bald
shrewd, well-liked, has been the respected
Speaker of the House of Representatives
for many years. And a very powerful
behind-the-scenes move on his behalf is
building up.

There are no speeches, no campaign but-
tons to wear in the lapel, no big radio and
TV broadcasts. But the strength is really
there and several key Members of Con-
gress with whom I have recently talked
consider Sam as one of the “better bets.”

Big drawback—Sam celebrated his 70th
birthday this year, and that’s a bit on the
elderly side as Presidents go. (Septuagen-
arians Douglas MacArthur and Vice-
President Alben Barkley are more or less
out of the running principally because it is
supposed that their arteries are hardening
up a little.

Rayburn’s backers want him to stay
completely aloof from all the preliminary
free-for-alls—“Let Kefauver, Harriman,
Senators Kerr and Russell and the rest of
them cut one another’s throats,” is the way
they put it.

And one of Rayburn’s most devoted ad-
herents, Oklahoma’s Senator Mike Mon-
roney, says “Our man is a tenth ballot pro-
position, not a first ballot one.”

. The nominations are decided at Chicago
on a series of ballots among the delegates.

The age snag may be got around by
teaming either Rayburn or the 75-year-old
Alben Barkley with a much younger vice-
President, such as Illinois Governor Adlai
Stevenson or New York’s multi-million-
aire Averell Harriman.

Harriman is 61—but looks and acts boy-
ish.

Adlai Stevenson, born in Los Angeles, is
only 52—and is a boy as far as politics are
concerned.

If there is an unbreakable deadlock at
the Democrat Convention between Harri-
man, Kefauver (Truman favours Harri-
man, personally dislikes Kefauver) and
Senator Richard Russell of Georgia, they
might easily turn to one of the two sep-
tuagenarians, Rayburn or Barkley, as the
only way.

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I don’t want to sound cynical, but I ought
to tell you that one of the best-known and
most respected of America’s TV and radio
commentators has just told the whole
nation on his coast-to-coast broadcast that
as far as these elections are concerned
“there is no real democracy in America.”

He meant by this that in spite of all the
sound and fury out in the open, the man-
oeuvrings, the claims of this and that nurn-
ber of delegates, the fuss over the Prim-
aries and so forth, it means very little
when the chips are down. Just who be-
comes the next American President is de-
cided by a very few powerful men sitting
faf out of the public eye, and as the result
of some “deals” at a high level.

And don’t forget that President Truman
himself, in an unguarded moment,
described the Primary Electio:

recently

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MEMBERS CRITICISE
GOVERNMENT'S

‘ @ From Page 3
but they could not afford not to
do it and to his mind that was
the more important. If they did
not implement the report of the
Committee they would be faced
with a regular exodus from the
top ranks of the Civil Service.
any of them had already gone
and many more Were on the verge
of «cing. By implementing the

resolution, they were going to
make the Civil Service more
attractive to qualifed people.

When this was finished, the Gov-
ernment was going to come down
with a resolution to deal with
the civil servants in the lower
ranks of the service.

They however were given in-
formation that the increases as
set out in the resolution before
the House, would cost the Gov-
ernment in the vicinity of
$180,000 to $200,000 per annum.
Personally, he did not think the
amount would come to that.

As far as leave passages were
concerned, everybody could not
go together, because someone had
to remain to do the work,

He said that the Civil Servants
in. the lower brackets had been
promised that their | salaries
would be adjusted and for that
reason he could add no more as
far as they were concerned, The
financial responsibility rested
with the Government. They had
not seen the Fiscal Survey, but
they were told that these things
could be done and it would be
wrong for them not to carry them
out, because the efficiency of the
Service would go lower than
what it’ was and they would not
be able to attract to the Service,
the quality of trained people for
whom they were looking.

It was true that in the last
three years, they had had good
At the present moment,
although it was a bit early to say

so, it looked as if next year’s
crop. would not be anything as
good as the last three. They

were dependent on one economy,
but the Civil Service must be
maintained.

Some of the members on_ his
right seemed to argue that there
was a great difference between
tz Attorney General in Barba-
dos and the one in British Guiana
and they based that on the argu-
ment that the revenue of this col-
ony was_ $12,000.000 as against
$60,000,000 in British Guiana.
Would they also argue that a
eantoneer in Barbados was get-
ting the equivalent of one in
British Guiana?

By the resolution before the
House, they were _ implementing
‘the report; of the Committee and
were making their civil service
more attractive for qualified
people and for that reason hon-
ourable members would know
where he would place his vote
that night.

Important

Mr. M. E. Cox (©) said that the
resolution was a very important
one because of its financial effect.
He had listened to many speeches
made that night and it would
appear that if the people were
prepared to follow the words
which fell from the lips of some
honourable members, it would
seem that they who claimed to
be strong labourites, had made
some type of political soumersault
in that they had come to’ the
House asniiiy Members to provide
large salaries for imported Eng-
lishmen, ete.

He would like to say from the
outset that when the measure
first came down, he had scrutin-
ised it very carefully and some
members might have said that he
had’ given too much trouble, but
he was not satisfied, because
Commissioner Adams when re-
viewing the salaries in 1948 had
said that the salary structure
should at least last for five years.
It would mean as far as he was
concerned that if the salaries
were to be revised for people in
one category sogn, they would
have to do likewise for people in
other categories.

. He said that he had pressed

for the consideration of all Gov-

ernment employees and an
| agreement was reached in which
etse it was decided to review
the salaries ang wages of al!

Government employees and to

that he had agreed whole-heart-

ediv.

If it had not been for the press-
ing demand made by people in
the higher brackets, the necessity
might not have arisen in which
case they would have to revise
the salaries of people in
lower brackets. He said that ser-
vants in the lower brackets s
be glad to see that t!
higher ranks were getting con-
sideration, because it would mean
that they would not be overlook-
ed. ‘





Grants. Retrospective
Whenever -those recommenda-
tions were being made, he. said
that they would have effect from
April 1, 1952, just as was the case
with the® present resolution.
He said that he would never

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consideration that there were
about 170 employees who would
be benefiting by this resolution
and in spite of all the talk they
heard about imported officials,
they would see that from the list,
108 of the 170 officials were
Barbadians. When it was being
said that they were increasing all
those salaries for Englishmen, he
could assure honourable members
that it was not true.

Reference had been made to
the economy of the other colonies
with which he was quite in
agreement. It was true that their
financial position was far better
than the financial resources of
this colony, but he would tell
honourable members that their
difficulty in getting qualified men
to come out here was because of
the inadequacy of the salary.
Highly qualified and technical
men went to places where the
Salaries were more remunerative
and that was the reason why
Government was trying to bring
the salaries of heads of depart-
ments in line with other colonies
of the British Caribbean.

He reminded members that in
1946 when adjustments were
made, the rank and file of the
service were dealt with first and
the heads were told to wait until
a commissioner was appointed. So
that was an answer to any charge
that in matters of adjustment they
normally adjusted the heads first.

The proposals before them had
been before the Whitley Council
which had unanimously agreed to
the salaries. If members doubt-
ed that, it was a matter for them.
He would go so far as to say, he
said, that the then President, Mr.
C, A. Coppin was one of those whe
agreed with it.

He knew it was true, he said,
that some of the weak fellows
after supporting it in the Whitley

Council, got around some of the
members and asked them not to
pass it, but nevertheless, there

had been an agreement to it.
Limited Economy

Mr. R. G. Mapp (LL) said that
Barbados with a limited economy
could not afford to pay salaries
compared with certain islands

Many of them agreed that when
it came to certain posts—-post like
Mr. Sealy’s —- certain specialist’s
posts, by all means they should
raise the salaries and try to at-
tract suitable men.

Referring to the statement by
the Senior Member for St. Joseph
that it was not fair to fail to in-
crease the salary of a man staying
in Barbados because he had a post
which could be filled and said
that for the life of him he could
not see how a Government could
be faced with any serious crisis
in its ranks. He did not see why
other officers should feel dissatis-
fied bheenuse the salaries of the
technical men had been increased.

There was talk of bringing the
pay of the heads in question on a
near level with the pay for
similar posts in British Guiana,
but meanwhile they were over-
looking the fact that even the
principal clerks of Barbados got
less than the principal clerks of
British Guiana. Thus they would
still be throwing things out of
gear. Those heads for whom the
raises were proposed, should be
told to wait otherwise, as he had
said, things would be thrown out
of gear. ‘

He observed that British Guiana,
Trinidad and Jamaica did not
have to maintain the Anglican
Church, and so their better sources
of revenue did not have that
drain, He saw nothing immoral
or wrong in leaving out the
Church out of proposed increases.

Mr. F. L, Waleott (L) for the
Government, said he had listened
to a lot of the charges and many
insinuations meade’ about the
Leader of the House being weak.
War was it from him to defend
the Leader. he said, for the Leader
was capable of doing that better
than anyone of them. More than
that, his stature had - brought
much lustre not only to himself,
but to the people of Barbados.





Insinuations

When he heard insiguations
that the Leader was a weak man
and could not face the Administra~-
tion, when he heard that in the
face of the fact that many of them
owed their existence to his
strength, and the fact that in the
earlier days some of his speeches
might have been regarded as
tresson, he was unable to recon-
cile them. He could not see how
it could be said that after the
tougher days, he could not since
face people.

He said that the Senior Member
for St. John had spoken an un-
truth when he said that a can-
toncer only got six dollars a week.

At this stage Mr, O. T. Allder
rose on a point of order and said
that he had said that a cantoneer
had showed him an envelope with
$6 and represented that as his
week’s pay. This man was an
assistant cantoneer. ;

Continuing, Mr. Waleott said
that the Senior Member for St.
John did not even seem to know
that there was no such thing as
an assistant cantoneer. Any show-
ing out that a week’s pay was only






DELAY

the Senior Member for St. John
could have used to arrive at $6
per week.

The Junior Member for St.
Lucy, he said, had, like other
members made many exaggera-
tions and had said that while in
England, he had never seen a post
for Barbados advertised in one
br two papers he mentioned. The
Junior Member for St, Lucy
might not have seen any, but the
Barbados Government did ad-
vertise. They had advertised not
only in England, but in Canada.

The four of them, the Govern-
ment members, despite what
members might say, were re-
sponsible for the good running of
the Government and where there
were salaries to be paid or the
smooth running of the Govern-
ment to be considered, they had
to find officers for recruitment.

_. He referred to the circumstance
that within two years, 17 masters
at Harrison College had to be re-
placed because of with more re-
munerative jobs, often in neigh-
bouring colonies, they left the
island.

No Argument

There was no argument in com-
paring bakers of Barbados with
bakers of British Guiana, say.
Such workers usually stayed in
their island and did not compete
for posts outside. But it was
necessary to attract those whose
qualification enabled them to
take up vacant posts in neighbour-
ing islands.

Mr. Walcott continued to stress
arguments previously made for
< Resolution by the introducer
of it.

Mrs. E. Bourne (L) said she did
not see why there should be so
big a gap in the salaries of the
headmaster of Combermere and
the headmistress of St. Michael’s
Girls’ School.

To her many of the increases
did not seem reasonable and she
thought that those in the lower
brackets needed earlier consider-
ation than the heads.

The Anglican Church. she said,
should have been disendowed
even before this session. and she
saw nothing wrong if the clergy
were struck out from the list for
increases. They should not re-
ceive any particularly nice treat-
ment, especially when. they had
been so brazen as to talk about
resenting the Maude Bill.

In the matter before them. it
wes not that she doubted the
Government. but she had some-
time ago had a talk with a certain
English woman who observed to
her that many people from_her
home town were often willing
to accent jobs in the West Indies,
but seldom knew when there
were vacancies. That showed that
there was not sufficient advertis~
ing.

Her final point was that mem-
bers of the Government being
human being were liable to err
and she said that in the face of
such general opposition, there
must be something wrong. ;

Unique Criticisms

Mr. V. B. Vaughn (1) said that
it had been his intention to make
a contribution to the debate, but
he had given priority to another
member to speak, to find that his
criticisms and arguments were
exactly those he had
psing,

He remarked that criticisms on
the Resolution had all been
unique, each member adding con-
structive criticisms, It was the
first time he had listened to thd
Junior Member for the City and
understood where he stood.

He said that it took a courage-
ous man to have brought a meas-
ure like that before the House,
knowing the circumstances of
Barbados and besides, there was
absolutely no guarantee that they
would get the people they hoped
to get. ‘

Mr. V. B. Vaughan said it
was no wondering that the mem-
bers of the Government Party
found it impossible to refrain
from criticising the government,
and said that with one or two
exceptions, members on that side
of the table were doubly distress-
ed when they found themselves in
the position of being forced to
support a Resolution of that sort.

Political Appeal

Mr. Vaughan in an attack on
the Leader of the Government
said “I am making a political
appeal to you, The political
leader of this House is doing
something tonight that if we had
a less loathsome people and a
more politically conscious people,
it would spell the end of his
political career.”
: The junior member for St. John
said he was prepared to support
certain technical and professional
salaries in,the Resolution, but he
was not prepared to vote a single
administrative salery. He said
that they had brought themselves
to the position where there was
a dearth of administrative ability
because of the recent change in
the island’s constitution by the
abolition of Statutory Boards
without immediately instituting
ninisterial status. :
a Mr. Vaughan said that quite a

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Brooker’s Inquest

Adjourned

THE INQUEST into. the circumstances surrounding

the de
further

| of Malina Brooker of Sherbourne, St. John, was
djourned yesterday until Monday, June 23, by

His Wetship Mr. C. L. Walwyn after the Court heard two

witnedgses,

Board Of Health
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The Board of Health at theic





meeting yesterday approved the’

division and sale of 16,454 square
feet of land in lots at Goodland,
St. Michael, by Mr. U, J. Parra-
vicino.

Tl Board also approved the
following:

The division and_ sale of 19
acres 9.5 perches of land in lots
at Newcastle, St. John, by New-
castle Estate Ltd. in addition to
398,536 square feet in lots also at
Newcastle by Newcastle Estate
Ltd. with the exception of lot No.
31; the division and sale of 194,143
square feet at Ventnor Golf Club
Road, Rockley, by Mr. Jacob
Bernstein; the dividing and let-
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Wiontan Cherged

intended Again With Murder

His Worship Mr. C. W. Rudder,
Police Magistrate of District “B’’,
yesterday discharged Verona
Jackman of Hanson Tenantry, St.
George, in the case in which she
was charged by the Police with
the murder of a newly born baby
on May 23,

Mr. F. G. Smith who appeared
on behalf of Verona Jackman
submitted to the court that the
element in the crime was not
proved and his client could not
be placed on trial as the prosecu-
tion had not made out a prima
facie case...

After Jackman) left the court
the Police re-arrested her and
charged her with the murder of
her newly born baby.



COL. INDEX
REMAINS SAME

The cost of living index re-
mained the same at the end of
month, 313. This is an increase
last month ag it was the previous
of two figures since the beginning
of the year when it -was 311. In
February it had a jump to 314
and the following month dropped
two,

The increase since 1939 on all
items is 212.81 and on food only,
192,87.

The basis is 100.



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Carlisle Bay yesterday morning
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Malina Brooker was taken to
the General Hospital on June 3
after she was involved in an
accident with a, bicycle on Pool
Road, St. John, at about 8.30 a.m.
ope died at the Hospital on June
Dr, A. S. Cato who performed
the post mottem examination at
the General Hospital Mortuary
on June 15 said that the body of
the deceased was identified by
Levite Greenidge, There was no
fracture of the skull and death
was due to cerebral haemorrhage.

Explaining cerebral haemorr-
hage to the jury Dr. Cato said
that there was a quantity of blood
on the brain of the deceased and
that could have been caused if
the deceased had received a vio~
lent blow on the head.

Greenidge said that the de-
ceased was his wife’s grand-
mother, She was in an accident
on June 3 and he last saw the
deceased alive on June 7 at the
Hospital. When he saw her on
June 7 she wag in the Hospital
suffering from injuries which she
sustained im an accident. The de-
ceased left her home on June 3
in good health and at about 7
2m. the same aay, he went to
Bool Road, St. John, where he
saw the deceased supported by a
man,

He took her to the General
Hospital after g doctor saw her.
On June 15 he identified the body
of the deceased to Dr. A. S. Cato,
It was about 1.15 p.m.

At this stage the inquest was
adjourned until Monday, June 23
at 2 p.m.



Mrs. Ward Will Represent
local Y.W.C.A. In T'dad

At a Committee meeting of the

Y.W.C.A. on Monday, Mrs.
D, H. L. Ward was selected to
represent the Y.W.C.A. at the

Caribbean Association Conference
to be held in Trinidad from
August 7 to 15. Other members
of the local association may
attend.

A general meeting of the
YÂ¥.W.C.A. will be held on Monday,
June 30, at 8.30 p.m. Lady Savage,
the patroness, will be present.



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STRONG WINDS
YESTERDAY

There were strong winds
accompanied by _ intermittent
spells of rain yesterday.

The strong winds were espec-
ially in the St. Michael area, buc
showers fell in all parishes,

The rain began early in the
morning, but never fell in St.
Michael for more than a few
minutes at a time. During the
day it was not sufficiently regular
to hinder pedestrians travelling,
but clouds hung over the island
all day,



HOUSE BROKEN

Gwendolyn Brewster of Walk-
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ported to the Police that her
house was broken and entered

sometime between 7 a.m, and 11
, a.m. on Tuesday and articles to
London with general the value of $26.15 stolen.

The Police are making investi-
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PAGE FIVE

oft

Obituary :

Mr. W. W. Alleyne

The passing of Mr. W. W.
Alleyne of “Willsbury” Brittons
Cross Road on Sunday morning
‘last at the age of 74 years has
brought to a close a life that was
Spent full in the service of the
Methodist Church and the com-
munity in general “Willle
Alleyne” as .he was | familiarly
known started out in his early
years with that spirit of adventure}
when he migrated to British
Guiana and worked in the build-
ing business. After a few years
he returned home to establish
himself as one of the leading con-
tractors in this island and did
much work for the Government
especially in the repairs and en-
largement of School buildings.

The Methodist Church was dear
to his heart, for over fifty years
he served as a local preacher, class
leader and in the Sunday School.
It was a pleasure to him to sup-
port the annual Missionary Meet-
ings in a very substantial way
while he also convinced man
people that the Methodist Churc
deserved their. support, Wherever
he went the influence of his wit-
ness was felt and seen,

His first wife who was responsi-



ble to a t extent for his Mr, Lea" King:
Success leceased him 24 years 50 CAN RE-LION IT 4
ago, many friends who BEING THE SWEETEST TREAT !”

attended the burial at the West-
bury. Cemetery were eloquent
testimony to his life and service,

Shedroof Charred

Shortly after 4.20 2m on Tues-
day the Fire Brigade was called
te Bank Hall, St. Michael, where
a fire broke out at the house of
Matilda Taylor, The fire destroyed
‘a part of a side and shed roof,
but the Brigade got the flames
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Buy Heinz Vegetable
Onnaise today!

deen:

Salad in May-

Man Erdwurim, Helena Reach, Beryl Wal
cott, Rosalie Moore, Mortimer Beckles,
Liverson Ford, Annie Parris, Edith
Stanton,

From Trinidad:

N. Hoyland, K, Rogers, G. Robbins, R.
Sihman, M. Martinez, T Martinez, C
Gooding, B. Gooding, A. Gooding, P
Gooding, J. Gooding, B. Scott.

From Grenada:

P. Preudhomme, Preudhomme, L
Alexander, S. De Freitas, J. De La-
mothe, §. Hobbs, R, Warner, G. Loul-
ton, H. Cameron, F, Cameron,
ARRIVALS BY B.W.1.A, on Monday
From St. LUCIA
Miss Amelia Drapin, Mr. John Bovell,
Mr. Edmund Hunte
DEPARTURES By B.W.t.A, on Monday

For Trinidad:

G. Lambert, W. Malone, W. Weather-
spool, Mi. Cooper, H, ole, H. Cole
J. Cole, R, Rasmussen, B, Rasmussen,

CG, Osgood, F. Bermudez, J. Herbert,
R. Mangal, 'R, Bangaroo, K. Herchner,
Hf. Baxter, D. Welcome, J, Smith, T,
Brathwaite, A. Arzu, L, Benguche,
Riva Sihman. ’
For pee eee

G. Vaukenges, M. Ernoult,

For St, LUCTA:

M. Baptiste, C. Marulaz, C. Bell.
For ANTIGUA:

C. Parravicino, A, Riley, J.

Torps.
For GRENADA:

D. Paterson, M, James, Sir G. Seel,
ae Seel, Austin Pilgrim, Edmund
Burke.

For PUERTO RICO: ‘
Mr. Andrew Hendricks, Mra, Geraldine
Smith, Mr. Warren Stuart, Mr. Fer-
dinand Eastmond, Mr. John Denovan,
Miss Millicent Goddard, Mrs. Arminta
Weekes, Mr Walter Reece Mrs,
Amelia Hendricks, Mrs. Hilda Donovan,
Mr. Sinclair Wall, Mrs. Marion Borde,
Mr, Wilfred liyte, Miss Oneda Chase,
Mise Eleanor Shepherd, Mr. Donald
Cempbell, Mr. Geofftey Band, Mr
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8 under

Parcel Mail and Ordinary Mail at 9
a.m. and Ordinary Mail at 10 a.m. on
the 20th June, 1952,

Mails for St, Vintent, Martinique,
Antigua, St. Kitts, St. Thomas, V.1.,
and New York y the 8.8 Fort
Townshend will be closed at the General
Yost Office o9 under:—

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June 1952, Registered Mail at 9.30 a.m.
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BOYCh—One June 18, 1953; at ber resi*
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Helen Woyee. Age 8&4 years,
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feeidence at 4.¢ ».™. tod to
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Commonwealth
en Suggested

LONDON,
~ Commonwealth Anthem is
ted in the current issue of
Commonwealth” in course
a ‘comment on plans for next
year’s Cornation’s ceremonies.
Besides “God Save the Queen,”
the other Commonwealth coun-
tries have their own nationa)
anthems. “But is it not time,’ the
journal continues, ‘‘we realised the
need for a Commonwealth
Anthem?”

The writer goes on to say:
“What bard or composer could
ask for a loftier subject? Should
not the Poet Laureate in this
country, and poets and cemposers
eee the Commonwealth,
take this into serious considera-
tion? We pa of feng
great or music by
committee, nor can inspiration be
commanded, but a body so widely
representative as the Coronatior
Commission might well conside:

occur for some time,

“A noble Commonwealt!
Anthem might play no incon-
siderable part in helping to bind
our family of nations more closely
together. The poets and composer;
are often our most powerful
legislators.”

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| @ From Page 5
| _“HARCLIFF” in st. 7
FoR SALE Christ Church (on the ott rinsing on which say, members of the
AUTOMOTIVE | * The house. ie Gas of ss Kiouse, and defied any member
ce of done oni Me ot the to that the Hospi
_CAR—One (1) Studebaker (Champion) ete ne dining: rooms ont
perfect run “z order, BP. C, ? dow irs, ie eee w!
MABYED & Co. lade Phone 2787. , ee water “upstairs,

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fe ehore Phy eee, Pe ae.
20th 1967 at 2 pom at at oe Sites” a
CARRIN

15.6.52—t.t.m of Attacking the speech
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DWELLING
are feet of land attac! ee

, Christ Chureh

sual
water install

Pitan
Ince,
hetween the hours of 11 4.1m. read at

2 above Sey house will be set
up for sale by public competition at our
Office, James Street, on Pricay 27th June
instant at 2 p.m. RWOOD & BOYCE,

Solicitors.

13.6.52—9n.

CAR—Gie 1851 Morris

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156.984 | | hoesapoed Automatic Changers at P. C. UCTION ence and persuasive t t aries
ore FS wate Born | *. MABPEI & CO: LIPD., Radio Emporium. Al the senior member for St. Joseph, ge. pecreernk eee
from. Rediff 26 recommenda ; 15.6.52-1.f.9./ TF will sel at Victoria} The people are experie



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Street, on Friday oath 12 noon, Gents. | harder ‘hos. and every day they t lead to some disunity in the







missing Ministerial Status as



PUBLIC SALES | Members Criticise Government's Delay

it
was possible to go.
“If I were as Sentimental as the

f
Junior Member for St. George,”

he said, I would point out that
kon over a period. at yeety i hae

succeeded in the rule
of the privileged only to
ger the rule of Mi ‘stented Status

is p,actically shattered tonight.”

Resignation
he would be

ce”
would resign. That was the only
way Constitutional Government
could be carried on.
They had come bg with all the
which had been

they were trying to destroy

Conservatives and they had got
in such a habit of m such
ee that they just followed

on When Mr, Bevin differed from
Mr. Attlee, he got up and said so
resigned. But the following
night he would be careful to
point out that that was not to be
taken that he would vote against
nitney. told the’ : le they were
y @ peo} ey
working together harmony,
then the Government came along
with a major matter—the whole
establishment of the Civil Service
and the full support was not be-

Ladies Children Pyjamas, Lacivs Tonks of the Civil Service. There
4 hear and read in the ee of ing iven.
15,6.52—t.f.m. pientsnw nk, Sine ings ee A the newspapers. of this or are many ment Demarest, Mr Mg it the Honourable Member
a rp rrnnnnnnn et REE, ies House Coats, General] leader in various parts of athe on my right (Mr. F. i. Walcott)
FURNITURE phenol Pert ts, Binges.| world being catapulted si ectly tru he said.
Car Parts, Tools, Failet Fixtures,| Power. ‘The people of Bevbados ' He aa oe it would be more “It is nothing more than inferior-
Sn Ck cecein Eee dee Mower, $4 pieces lumbory 6 iron} will not be always asl The hene*cial to train some of the ity complex.
[ina ene filin ‘rawer all of cedar 8 feet long, hath & 35 Plo: people put you here d= Ys snerens fill tech- | They were saying that every-
| wittt solid mahogany swivel fies, Galvanize eats, Ci pipe, lead! oq bre ad, but this Resolution is sts, fears -
a panel & other posts,
chair, Suitable for office executive. wee rma ae, « a “stone” wan the neetes of the m owalieeet.
Price $160.00 Phone 3406 7.0,52—4n, | 9°0'S., TREES ENZIE Auctioneer. | He ad the senior mem: were in- He had been visited by no
MISCELLANEOUS 6.52—8n.| her for St. Joseph’ has confidence one. othe bors ould be closed on the ma! before them. But
in his people, ut but, Mr. Vaughan to qualified ed people . froin the Uni- 7 B hag we mand out te the | eumwes
COTTON SEERSUCKER—Fai warn e people's confidence in versities employees who ting
a ee 30 in. ay ad ten cheeh UNDER THE DIAMOND you is running out. 5 Teach the top h na want to stay House then, they knew what they
designs 38 in, wide all reduced to 3 HAMMER Returning to the Resolution, on over their time. were doing. T knew what
Street.” io.és2in. lnunes heen instructea by one of the My. Vaughan said he would not Mr. F. E. Miller urged Gov- they had to do on that matter and














vote one cent moré for a Head-



next the 19th at 2 p.m. ernment to. compromise the mat-





eee ant ein dnease. Dt es, Wane rc, vie 2 ners | manten, Sf Bae meneel Soe ORY Se, te Retoution will a suniar
eee " : coat, 3 suits, 20 coats, 8 prs. pants, ucational officer un’ e edu- of ion a ar
Uimited Dak 4a. eee faane fate hits, 2 waistcoats, 3’ white} cational policy ofthis colony, is,.Resolution affecting the lower
rere other items. TERMS CASH. ac ape refo! ied employees was sent down.
IRONS—Sad Irons No. 6 9.21 per| DARCY A. SCOTT, Auctioi regard to the technical Mr. J. E. T. Soames L), the
Tutchinson. @ Con bade ia) 62a ia me 14.6.55,—20. positions, ir. Vaughan ch og fd to speak -
9.6.52—4n, ot sinee a Coit Cee owe 4 aor
on was a four mem! gi - would soon ,
One Ovalling Mixer given gree wit 'INDER THE IVORY ee ment organisation, Barbados would shart ita under a grave
Se anaaet | hate or herwiae ara might try to recruit technical per- handica) After
oy. ae rae ee tam the United States if said, the Comunissioner
your bills, Knight's Ltd. 18.6,88—3n- | piitisn Cou wil St «Warenela| sonnel fro e a
at SA Paha Whitepark , o8 Fri Fa June ; [those men were not available in well say he woul ee:
[BAD PAETOgurhien. of ren Hone: () 1947-10 FLP. mistin in perfect | the British Empire. eréases in the ee
vill be available to the general public workiig crdey, | Megson “for selling: One was —

new van acquired, Must be sold. Terms
cash. Sale at 2 p.m,
VINCENT GRIFFITH
Auctioneer,

Additional Cost that sto, Presume prerne
onal ‘Cos

on lg Bip report of ne Commit-

He referred to the additional jog oo whee | it was read that the

cost involved in a the salatice in junior branch of

‘salaries as proposed in ‘der, pares fo eompared favourably
ind said that the $180,000 would ‘ with other oe

‘for a Hmited period at the Steel
queen's Park, and may be purcha:

it le, each ‘between the hours of ®
am, and 4 p.m., exeept from il

im. to 12,30 p.m,
19.6,52—3n



UNDER 'THE DIAMOND





The Honourable Member for

langua;
perhaps not intenti
There was only one
argument, an argument made by
the Senior Member for Christ
Church, and even in making it he
had to put in some nasty remarks.
The ent

” that he could afford to pay more
taxes and there were many others
who could afford to pay more
teem but were not pushed to pay

It had been the intention of the
Severna: in the absence of

iateesipnria Li iagoteip roth acne ie a one would proposed Fiscal Survey &
Saehae, ae bauer HAMMER Sacer at Jeoe ots ae Hho foie That presen the fallen, pookerennd
eet y week, ani ce it his duty no e in- the ral financi:
Heroe te Meta. toeden. cot a blong with the wah ite yea wil useful purpos aie : caamee wi! ol the weeny oe country. The
tact; kan Gale, efo Advocate Co, Ltd ti Palma, ‘sa e want- observed that with + memorandum been prepared.
Local Representative, Tel. g118, | invurane “Go. Mi FN a ter sth éd to make his es cme a “e,° se, some undo med It was a long document, we 150

-@. -f-8. | hand galvan sheets while wou - in remain- pages.
“BANICANS—Kitehea Sanicans with ; a As REORT it. pared vote the salaries of the iw * posts while min short, he said, they knew
tcpron Liver whieh. pens lid, Rembv= i tethnical personnel, he could not qualified persons came and went. their financial position when the
ble enamelled inner pall for ensy Su in Replying, % G. ii. Adams Fiscal Survey came. On that
Witthined ace Led weed Se : ‘ ; py oa heads of depar first spoke - co oe ore be ee but = for

bas 19.6, » aised ar, 2
* ~ ____ 6.81 | Taq Grenade Dies CONCETOGM. hie all to iy, the Se for the answered, they " could afford it.
e ave a
. PKHS. 42e. aus Jacob's Sone (From Our -Qwn_ Correspondent) ths nour D but “said, * ty. He said he did not now - it pay had sinendy voted it.
; : : ‘arty, here that member got the ide ble

atiate 1,20. These prices are good G ADA, June 17 where go
intl the end of month, Knights Ltd. tired | 21800 allegiance to the ‘5,000 from, but no col advertised imagine that they would come to

18,6.52—n, See - See an ae ry ople who sent me to this Cham- until’ recently in the West Indies the House with a flimsy scheme
siciassenneaesinhseninarmaneinwapinetons ree especially medi- r eight weeks of know
LIQUOR -LICENSE NOTICE} which he served 38 years, died bers spoke ‘were Cro’ a
IQ application of Richard C. Nel»| early this morning at the Colony Like Ose Ses wee poo thats done by the wn that the back benchers were pre

on shopkeeper of Collymore Hooks before him, he snoney

Hospital. Ailing over a year, the



S f 3 Government for the
jul granted te John B Sesie ‘im xe. | deceased eight years ago survived) considering the lower paid em- aily press and in technical
pect — e 4. seca Boned and -shinglp ace illness aoe neg, reeumns ployees of the Government Ser- als.
1 et a leh Bo ae lr tae in ,|work for a_ perio e flags| vice, and said that no harm could e like the Junior Member
Taner Neca ae a dime presse (OL, mak mass houses a > be done if Government deferred for St, Luey and Senior
ier ov, ty amen | ml gory tow sme | conser of ue anes Memb, he hue oe
te ee Magistrate, Dist. ian: Roman Catholic Church was aad unestablished staff — those po oats ‘ of oak
largely attended, the corpse’! people who suffered most—were himself—l things t down
“for licant, |tying in state in the church,| considered and put before the their throats. That a he
Js “ate “Eiscaning, Sourye ts hp )rnawe hel devoutly, se xv 4% .| Howse. He objecting to the Aetting would pass saige, lait he would

two hours earlier. He leaves two

p of any new commission
sons—Gregory being an Agricul-

and say that the Honourable member
said that the e col

e for St. John had seemed to think

jald at Police Court, District “A” on
Vonday the 30th day of June, 1952 at

1 o'clock, a.m, Gals heakanens que, 4 ssistant, and four meh, ees. wi bc T thet he (Mr, Adams) would set
“‘atorg AY aughters, a officials, rather than ~ about a swan song. It
Pear Matinee ‘Ss tove.te—in, Hon. F. C, Noel aud R. C. P.|{y hold out a promise to the was just conceivable but not on

ates

re Moore the Legislature’s del smaller employees, a adgthing he had said.

Gl UOR LIC SE E NOTICE at the Conference of the West! It was entirely and gro: “un- es saying, he sai
race AEN REMOVAL) Indian C.P.A. Branches, leave to-| fair to say that the unesta! d that 1° soere ae of a
‘The application of Monica nitney morrow for Jamaica via Trinidad.| staff should not be considered Labour bo: ‘uaa'e gone as near



7

of . Davids, pure

ft ‘of Liquor License No. 1017 of i988
wanted to Kenneth Smith, in respect
>f a board and galvanized shop attached
to residence at Walls Tenantry Ch, Ch.
within District “B" for iasion 10
ase remove the said license at a eare
snd shingled and eenae buildin

st. Davids, Ch., within Dist rit
3° and to use the sald Heense at such
last described premises.

Dated this 1th day of June, 1952.

‘or W. RUDDER Esq.
Police Magistrate, District “B".
LYALL BEST.
for Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be con-
vdered at the Licensing Court to be
held on Monday 2th day of June, 1952
ato. o'clock a.m., at Police Courts
“ei

Dist.
WwW. RUDDER,
Police Mabistonte,

rvs you cliscovere
these delicious
Biscuits ?

te you have not tasted
‘Ovaltine’ Biscuits you
have a treat in store. You
will find them so erisp, so fe
delicious, so sustaining.

dl’ - Keep your
children...

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The B’des Automobile
Diving School

Their exceptional nourish-
ing qualities and distin-

HALTBORANGE ¢

aiode atace: bu Aho ‘Wanton evalnpie guished flavour are due to the eatcbuliding a . oe

and easy way to beceme @ com- the high quality of their +

vetent artnet. ; : ; . mins A & D—ensures strong bones

rae inciples of a vehicle je ingredients, Wh h iachide resistance to illness.
ay oO

a proportion of ‘Ovaltine’
—the world’s most pop-
ular food beverage.

every
going on the road which helps | ee
build your confidence, To cope
with our crowded
streets,
Twenty-six years’ practical ex-
ic,

now over

perience aa a c agian "
and holder of a Driver's License For all occasions there
for twenty-three years, all this is nothing quite so

is now placed at pupils’
advantage .

Enrol Te-day to Drive
B.A.DS. Way

For further particulars
me ROR

oT dainty and appetizing as

* Ovaltine * Biscuits.

the

HALIBUT OIL

a,
Tnstractor.
N.B.--Speoial arrangenients made

for parties having their
own cars

Packed ia airtight aud damp-prant
cartons ta retain their deliahefial
crispness aust favour’.

Notice of Application
for Naturalization.

Mace mm Engiaw

I ALLEN & HANBURY>



P.C.276B









Notice is hereby given
that Jerzy Jozef Jan Tad-
eusz Klimezynski of “Fer-
nihurst” Deacons Road St.
Michael, is applying to the
Governor for Naturalisa-
tion, and that any person
who knows any reason why
naturalization should not be
granted should send a
written and signed state-
ment of the facts to the |

Good quality KHAKI PANTS, all Sizes

$5.49

Colonial ore



0.6.52—20. | PALMETTO ST.

De ee eB 22

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criticised Agents, lority of vacan- pared
delay in cies Wise’ ebuatloes for in the



STRONG

Soe peiidens sult Genes be RE He
full of energy ...have a real zest
. if you give them

muscles, increases
Children love taking Haliborange—
the pure halibut oil is blended with

brain Tr’s
nny adults too.

THE NICEST WAY OF TAKING

goood f,

SERVICE TO THE MEN OF BARBADOS

to fight.
“J challenge them,” he said,
“Let us go to the country. The
country know us, They have
seen us too to believe that
we are lettin em down.”
What was the difference, it was
being said, they gave the fellows
at the top and not at the bottom.
It was never intended, but as
soon as one was touched the
other had a grievance, they would
neconsamly. ae 5 the npr
'o cor a wrong pipeseion,
he said that he had said that al-
though the Fiscal Survey might
not be rosy it could not bankrupt
them if they went on with that.
He added that as far as cost of
living was concerned, had
decided to leave it in abeyance.













by

{TD.. LONDON, E.2



Each

RELIANCE SHIRT DEPOT.

PHONE 4764



THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1952
Divers To Investigate
Swedish Plane Wreckage

STOCKHOLM, June 17.

Divers prepared to go down to the bottom of the Baltic

Sea, weather permitting today, to investigate the wreckage

of the Swedish Dakota which newspa: aneere.¢ angrily charged
was another victim of Soviet fighter plan

Public indignation over yesterday’s shooting down of

the Catalina flying boat reached fever pitch which saw

crowds jeering at Soviet officials and burning Communist

newspapers. The Swedish press generally voiced suspicion

that the Dakota in plying Classroom” met the same fate as

«
pee det said that the

the unarmed Cataling =
Conservative Svenska Da;

Dakota was

attempt to keep the Swedes from
Guaeeering the Dakota’s fate, The
Swedish Airforce earlier had said
the theory could not be dismissed.

was searching for it.
Red Nydag printed official Com-
munigues but refrained from
identifying attacking jets.
Helsinki Communist Vapa San a
took the questioning line of ‘Why
search for the plight of the
Swedish planes in the same area
where the Soviet Union had war
manoeuvres? Stockholm non-
Communist press was angry.
Liberal Stockholm eee
said “Do Russians believe they
are masters of the Baltic and may




Moscow radio still did not com- allow their fliers to act like



toda: Communist press gangsters? In that case they are
eet Sot aes seemed at 8 victims resounding political
loss as to what to say. Stockho! stupidity.”—U.P.

SHIPPING NOT

<9 9OS SS TFISTIOOSSSTSS
ONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, yaw
= ZEALAND ‘LINE The M.V. “CACIQUE DEL
CM.A.N.Z. CARIBE” ‘will accept Cargo
Passengefs for St. Lucia,

8. is Vincent, Grena and Aruba,
sail from Port Pirie May giith, saaoes Sailing Tuesday i7th inst. ems
June sith, ‘Brisbane Duly eh TER eee ies “aa bee

bout August 6th. ton Dominica, Antigua, Mont
additio: general eargo serrat, e" - eee
ing anal moe for ehilled nd hard Sailing Friday 20th inst.
"ee dene re, ae ak pomgnegte vat
Cargo accepted on Hero Sila, of ot accep’ e “eS ation ‘ c
transhipment at , . Montgerra
ri juiana, Leeward and Windware Peuee = ‘ Kitts, '
further particulars apply— BW... owners’

vm WJseOClAHION GNC)

WITHY @ CO., LTD.,
FOR TRINEDAD. . Consignee — Tele. No, 60¢7

NEW YORK SERVICE.
A STEAMER sails 20 June-errives Barbados ist July.
NEW ORLEANS SERVICE.

ae oe Sails Sth June—arrives Barbados 21st Sunes
x Skane June—arrives Barbados 5th July.

1 a eee a ner a AS

CANADIAN SERVICE





. ’
ce ‘ Montreal Arrives Barvades
°.3, “THY e ee May 19th 5th
S.S. “TISTA” .. 2. May 30th J 14th
8.8. ae POINTER” sue iP J tn
yyy une / ,
“A STEAMER” 7 July 1th * July 26th
NOBSTHBOUND
ea ne

ROBERT THOM LTD. NEW YORK & GULF SERVICE
Apply:— DA COSTA & CO.,LTD. CANADIAN SERVICE

Just opened a fine assortment of
cnr. Broad & Tudor Sts.

STANLEY BUTTS and HINGES



THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM

Corner Broad and Tudor Streets



PLASTIC ITEMS

IN ALL COLOURS

KITCHEN SCOOPS CRUET SETS
+ GRATERS GLASSES

BOWLS FUNNELS

CUTLERY TRAYS EGG TIMERS

LIME SQUEEZERS

ge SEE OUR SELECTION

GENERAL HLA RD W ARE svreties

RICKETT eames (Opposite Post Office)

. Annee “et

PHONE 4918



Two Special Lines among the
many others we have just

opened.
THEY ARE TWO BARGAINS.

04 inch ANDAR CREASE RESISTING

é

SUITING
at $3.52 Per Yard.

White, Parchment, Dawn, Pink, Tiger
Gold, Jewel & Bermuda.

SHARKSKIN at $2.80 per ya.

Shades Dawn, Pink, Tiger Gold, Jewel,
Bermuda & White.

Shades

A. E. TAYLOR LTD.

Coleridge Street.

WHERE THERE ARE NO PARKING PROBLEMS
And where - - - -

QUALITY IS HIGH
— and :—
PRICES ARE LOW
So Dial 4100
_—_—_————— eee
Neer, SMNENZART II

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PAS nT RS a mT ee SUNDAY ADVOCATE = ‘ SUNDAY, AUGUST 3, 4952
r - Na _ ees
Gy ASSI FIED ADS FOR WANTED | LOST & FOUND HOME-STUDY COURSES FOR ,
i
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ON os } i
TELEPHONE 25) NE . a Soot aiieerans CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL & HIGHER SCH. CERT. ’
AN AP. te At Pe 2 oe A SECRET - For the S.p.C ' oo Cc ee oe PP No. |
sea, near ‘ : children. | Someone of re: bie age and with the 9887. Barbarees Plaza heatre. Finder Wolsey Hall, Oxford, can successful pare
DIED FOR SALE Apply on premises to Miss Dougias. true interest of animals. at Beart, ‘This kindly return same to the Advocate Ad- tions; also for London Salrenten Boe ae og
3.8,82—I1n | post carries an honorarium, 3 8 52—2n, vertising Department. 3.8 52—In. | Sen Dis' a = ene of over \eaer h e
. “ qustam. comers esauilisaisie-nahpieneaeaimnagiimsatitiieadintanniae ccmtenmmattetciatity - a 5 rate s, instalments. tus
NICHCLS—Rey. James Richard Nichols Attractive seaside Flat main road lias-|--A FEMALE BOOK-KEEPER requiged! ONE B.T.C. RACE TI —Series amination) free from C.D. Parker, M.A.. LL.D., Director of St
The funeral will leave his late resi AUTOMOTIVE tings, comfortably furnished, English| experience of Journal entries 4nd HHH No. 9011. Finder piease return to
dence Lynwood, 10th Avenue, Belle Bath, Open Verandah facing sea. Suitabie | Ledger Balancing essential. Apply by Joseph Mayers, Worthing View, Christ.
ville this afternoon at re sor * one person (or couple). From August 1. letter stating experience to A.B.C, ¢/a! Church, 3 8 52—I1n.
Gh ; OO OOO lephone 2949. 52+. £3 SS
Ta Ueuloucy Conmabtsye Friends are ba a ee ee iauian he Wiease bi : ; ig MEE CO Ltd. 1.8 ‘| BTC. RACE TICKET—Series YY No.
asked to meet at the Cathedral. . fae’ iadabuer Street, reha. 28. an BUNGALOW—At Brighton, Black Rock. CIRL. wanted to work treadle machine, | 9613. Brittong Hill Road, Finder kindly | ,*) ce.
Jessie Nichols, Kenneth N melt, eo) eee Leal all modern conveniences, 3 rooms. 'Appiy Vernon Walcott, Tweedside Rd. return to the Advocate Advertising De- | TT
2 Rong cae Helen pieeeth. ae i CAR—1951 Blac Biack Hillman Minx, 15,000 prow Be. 8. Cools, next m, a = 3 8 52—1n. | Partment. 3 8 52—Iinz |} SHIPPING NOTICES °
? . : 52——1n “ton me ; pai c 2—in. | -———_————___________. | —____ | .
Rl hon, en — ee a get Bia eh OO | | MAM) WANTED — Apply: Barbados| _DOG—One Small Fox Terrier dog wjth ewes AF, F,V.A.
VAUGHAN—On Sunday, July 6th in . 31.7.52—4n. | _BUNGALOWS—at Gibb’s Beach, St, | Museum. 2.9.03—80., Black around eyes. Hae of dog
Brooklyn, U.S.A, Walter La Rosa aa - | Peter, “inanOut” suitable for coupie from Susie with collar around his neck.





Vaughan, gon of Mrs: Helen y faith | CAR,—Vauxhall 12 in good condition, | October 198%, “Restawile” 3 bedrooms

recently overhauled. Priced to sell, Cecii| {0 December . 1952, Both completely
and Cyril Vaughan. th ent ; t . Wesley Bayley, High Street.
Bna Vaughan (wifey Seer: uae eree 3 6 32—In- | Phone 2818. * "98 $2—-In
52 n eee
is CAR—Morris Oxford. Equal to new.
Mileage 2,500. Reasonable offer would be | , BENSAM—Unfurnished, from Ist Sept

Please Phone 4344, c/o Bata Shoe Store,
PUBLIC NOTICES |" &* *° & Bee Wome so on SOT co .
Natice.-is hereby given that the Fi PERSONAL
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The M/V “CARIBBEE” will
accept Cargo and Passengers for












SAILING FROM EUROPE


























































ecepte 2949 At Sheringham Gardens, Maxwell'’s| Annual General Meeting of the Yo SS. _BOSKOOP, ist August, 1952 nic Antigua, Montserrat, , a oa
THANKS j nopheeee, SheEN G oan Coast. Attractive wall Bungalow, 3 bed-| Men's Progressive Club Inc., ,will me The public are hereby warned against | “-S BONAIRE, 8th August, 1982. "I Nevis ana st. Kitts. “Sailing
CAR—Humber Hawk in perfect condi- | 19°M5. Garage and _ Servants’ room. | held on Wednesday 27th August 1952 at| giving credit to my. wife, Millicent |™@-S. STENTOR, 22nd August, 1952. - Thursday 31st, inst. ioe sth FOR SALE
tion. Apply E. H. Farmer, Andrews | @90d Sea bathing. Phone S. Daniels/ 2.20 p.m at Club's headquarters, | Boyee (nee Callender) as T do not hold|â„¢-S-. HERA, 26th August, 1952, bs i
LLEYNE-—We the undersigned also beg] Plantation, St. Joseph. Phone 95-267 4161 for appointment. 3.8.52-—t.f.ns -Betkles Road myself responsible for her or afyone SAILING TO EUROPE The M/V “MONEKA’ 3a
- Peaalcane agik. aitcare thank mae ao ae , 3.8.52-4n | — — ‘otices. of , motions .must*be received |clse contracting any. debt: or debts in | M.S. WILLEMSTAD, 12th August, 1952 accept. Cargo and Passengers. ‘ te
ote ates ba co ieee oben yates gy OUI a MRED SSSR SAREE Ea CROMER—Bay Street. Apply Miss| by the undersigned not later than Mon-!my name unless by a -written order | 941LING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBG Dominica, Antigua, . Montserrat,
Biede and’in any other wwr they ex- | CAR—Austin A.4O. 8,500 miles. Excel-|2tandan, “Lyndhurst,” Beckles Ra. day, 11th August, 1952, signed by me. AND BRITISH GUIANA Nevis and St. _ LAND, TWEEDSIDE ROAD—On
brewed their auiiathy to us through | ent condition $1,900 nearest. Tele- 3.8 52—2n. | YOUNG “MEN'S a Te CLUB EDRICK BOYCE, . = Oak Fa el ae Friday, 8th August, 1952, ae zeae swith me iantage
” . . rs . @ eS — ; Lio: . 3 . . bumust,, 2 rs jen! situation ‘or usiness
the death of Mrs. Annie August’ | hone S214 or 4490. 3.8.58-In | FlAT—One Furnished Flat at Dundes, Acting Rarratants ee {.S. STENTOR, 5th September, 1952. : premises. Total area 18,738 ft.
Alleyne, especially the everend an i St. Lawrence. Suitable for 8 only. Avail. 7 a eae SAILING TO TRINIDAD 6 GUMAGAO BW. SOROONER of} a.
Se ee ee. Paaen oe CAR-—1950 Vauxhall Wrvern. Owner | able July 18th onward. Phone 8240 : /|S.S. BOSKOOP, 18th August, 1952, ASSOCIATION (INC) BUSINESS RREMISES--DWELL-
Church (Kew! : riven, exeellent condition, (Bargain). 3.8.52—1.f.n arn M.S. HERA, 15th September, i952 Cc: ae DEEL
Victor Alleyne (son), Loretta Year Apply Williams Court opposite Sayes NOTICE NOTICE nsigneeL HOUSE, ROE. CK Tr.
wood (daughter) Ethel (Prescod surt, Government Farm, Ch. Ch, Bus “WLAT & HOUSE FGip furauhed, Bt & HOUSE—Fully furnished, St. IMPERIAL OPTICAL CO., LTD. COMBERMERE SCHOOL 58. P. MUSBON, SON & CO., LTD Tele. —1 0 im 4041 aie e4 ‘ae r oP, in
Walcott, Rhoda (Prescod) Evelyn] Stop in front. 3-8.52—1m | Lawrence on-Sea, Phone 2503, * Bridgetown, Barbados The following is the list of successful Agents ' ; _ yen etiess
(sisters N.Y.}, Rev, Isaac Alleyne 20.3.52—t.f.m. | Weuld like to inform otr Customers | C@a%didates for Open Entrance to Com- SWEETFIELD, St. Peter — An
N.Y., George Alleyne, N.Y USED CARS--We have an assortment that we will be closed to business for | bermere School. Lists of candidates for se -b
3.8.52—1n [of really good bargains including Vaux- 5

rail Velox, Austin AMO, Wolseley 12 h.p., | ROOSEVELT MANOR--On | the sea,

ALLEYNE—Mr. Ebenezer Alleyne anc | MG Sedan, Chrysler. Dial Courtesy Gar- aeeranes aa Asse, |e eee
y # " all, St te 4616. 3 8 52—6n er ” 5
family at “Rosebank”, Bush Hall, ut Apply: “Elise Court”, Hastings,

our annual holidays from Monday 1ith| Y@Fious scholarships have already been estate type House —Dullt of pions.

eerie eesaieenpsiananeniannsinneednRsSNSERRIENSSISEIENISEemnsion

® s s Contains large living room with
August to Saturday 30 Au t, 195g, | Submitted to scholarship awarding dow: head!
All Types of Browline Peabo Avatiouhe, authorities, and successful candidates for ana all a 10n B ps covered. ‘wees h vie of

2.8.52—2h, | those scholarships will be notified ‘n Covered. verandahe..with _yinw. of |































































a ; 7 sea. 3 bedrooms, kitchen, store-
wane, ew eamiee. Menee to §2—t. fin. NOT aus ae Sekt ane rooms and wt ae”
al, 4 deen epeiersp penises : LU garage and serv: juarters.
wreaths, letters and cards ot _ st ELECTRICAL KIMBOLTON, corner 2nd Avenue ICE j a tee be Seenos SOUTHBOUND Approx 2% a well laid ‘out
or ie ay pe ve Serceress ussist- Belleville & Pine Road. Three Bed- ‘ 4. GRAHAM Vaan Hichasd pe artke. Sails eg with 4 ot way over
ie BSB, ete —————_—_____--. | rooms and usual conveniences. Vacant. otice to Customers and the general Pt ? omtres ax Boston each.
Augusta Alleyne which occurred 0 | “)Plectric Oscillating Fan — Price | lossession immediately. Apply Hutch-| public: The Variety Sandal. Shop has} 2° eee ee en oe Ses aga CHALLENGER 22 July 25 July — 3 Aug.
the 27th July 1952 3.6.52—In 7 45.00, 1 Electric Oscillating Orbit Fan | inson & Banfield, James Street been removed to No, 37 Swan Street.| 7° CLEMENTS, Winston Alarthur oa a sink hears BP 8p LAug. 4Aug. 6 Aug. 15 Aug. VILLA VICQUE, St. VINCENT
Canin wW The Crichlow, McCo 200.00, 1 Electronic Strobe Light. For | 2,8.52—2n.| The Shopping Centre. Business carried| g° HARRIS, Brie Harcourt © CANADIAN Soh mn 12 Aug. 15 Aug. — Aug. — Beautifully situated housé built
CRICHLOW—The Crichlow, McConny nd} pi rticulars; Phone 4620. 97.7.52—312 | ee nenimaieninpeetes FOI og) ual, 3.8.52—-1n.\| “g McCOLLIN, Cecil Athelsta ZONSTRGCTOR 22 Aug. 25 Aug. — 3 Sept. ef local stone with magnificent
Trotman family express their grateful od | .AS CAMPANAS” — Furnished from eS 10. HENRY, Halos Wi “ye in LADY RODNEY is r. 3 Sept. 6 Sept 8 Sept. 17 Sept. view, onky 3% miles from Kings-
appreciation for the professional ay :.C. REFRIGERABOR, 4 cubic ft. |16 Aug. situated 3rd Avenue Belleville, NOTICE i. ALLEYNE, owt PPebocn ey CANADIAN CHALLENGER 12 Sept. 15 Sept. — 24 Sept. town, 100 yards Aquatie Clud
and understanding givens to ae. at irst class condition, attractive bargain | containing. 3 fadrosut, Living PAR 1s ee rit Dd ib LADY NELSON =v 4 22 Sept. 25 Sept. . 27 Sept. 6 Oct. Beach with excellent swimming.
Edward Rhodes Crier ow ott thank| Price for a housewife. Apply: L. & H, | Kitchen, Bath, Toilet with Front and| eee io ST. THOMAS 13. BRATHWAITE, Colin Patrick x ! 3—4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large
Falr, Sherbourne, St Fenny and an Villar, Reed Street, Dial 2782. Back Verandahs. Garage, Washroom, je Paroc! ia Office will be closed 14, INCE. Cyril Mauri ic ORTUBOUND 1 lounge (23 x 15), verandah
all for their many kindnesse in 2.8.52—2n. | Servants’ Room with Bath and Toilet |? Tuesday 5th August and Tuesday 12th i8. SMALL. Ronald rin Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives 207 x 18), and usual outbuildings
expressions of sympathy tendered then in yard. For Particulars phone 3726. August. ae sy d Erin Barbados Barbados Boston Halifax Mentreal etc:
on bis demise. 3.8,.52—1r NEW WOODWORKING MACHINERY 3.8. $3—-8n F. F. PILGRIM, it, oe Et meee aristeh LADY RODNEY x: ae 7 Aug. 9 Aug. 19 Aug. 20 Aug. 23 Au
i — Ona ‘(i 18" CHRntin: Baw. eormpiate | ce Parochial Treasurer. | 17. ann Ske ee CAOe elas eR 15 Aug. 20 Aug. — RAI Se COVE SPRING HOUSE, ST.
MORGAN—We the undersigned through] with motor. One (1) 16” Jointer and| “REYNAN” — Hastings. For particu- 2.8.52—3n. 18, .HROWNE, Clive Vernon CANADIAN CRITEES’ ‘ 28 Aug. 30 Aug. 9Sept. 1 4 + JAMES — One of the few prop-
et meadivm. do oe MK sano Planer complete with motor. For further | lars, phone 3950. 2.8.52—-2n, 20. BYNOE, Carlo Dennis CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR 38 Sore 10 Sept. ae 23 Sept. erties on this popular coast with
thanks to all those kind friends who} jarticulars apply to Law & Connell. eae Ake Lines ept. 19 Sept. — Sept. 2 Oct. a completely private and secluded
so kindly assisted at the funeral of 2.8.52--3n : NOTICE o: Geaet oe er r ee smar red ROpUES + ss 30 Sept. 2 Oct. 11 Oct. 12 Oct. 16 Oat. bathing beach. The grounds of
Annie Melville Morgan. Be a ele ee as ae PUBLIC SALES PARISH OF ST. PETER . GUMBERBATCH Wikerea 1 ANADIAN CHALLENGER 6 Oct 8 Oct. — 21 Oct. 24 Oct. about 1% acres are well wooded
Estelle Thompson (sister), Arthur Mor St. 23. : red Hugh LADY NELSON + - 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 30 Qet. 31 Oct. 4 Noy. and could
‘ ene PYE PORTABLE RADIOS—Cambined During the month of August the|24. REED, Vernon O’Neale ' sot fentile. be ceceeted
far qyrrother!, USA. The | Vaushiy | Electric Mains and Self Contained Dry Parochial Treasurer's Office days will be| 25. ARCHER, Alwyn Addison fis? cee Ok ne. Mew Sears oe
Family. 5.8.52-—1n | Battery Operation, Price $120.00, P. C. S as follows: i For furth n ‘a | the Island. The house is of 2
Maffei & Co., Ltd. 1,.8.52—+.f.n. S ae or further particulars, apply

Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Saturdays from 10 a.m, to 12 noon
Signed G. S. CORBIN.

2.8.52—3n.



storeys and possesses noticeable

GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents. ||| oo

ll, GRAEME HALL TERRACE
—Recently built 2 storey house
constructed of stone with everite
roof. Large living room, gallery,
3 bedrooms, kitchen, laundry, 2
servants" rocms and garage.
£38,000.

SEA FORT, ST. JAMES — Care-
fully re-modelled 2 storey house
on one of the most attractive sites
in this increasingly popular area

IN MEMORIAM REAL ESTATE

REFRIG: TOR — One second-hand
Electrolux (Lamp) A-1 condition, ice

ceigiplaipiincneaneemvaetptntimmenctilniiainiapees
eS o catch, Apply: L. & H. Millar, ed + )
ALLEYNE—In loving memory of Laure | Street. Dial 2791. 2.8.52—2n, BRIGHTWOOD" situate on the seaside

t St. Ww b i, h, stand
Alleyne. Died August 4, 1947. ‘a os "Swe saase tebbat land.
a grave and quietly sleeping The Ho:

use contains three bedrooms,
here the green grass gently waves LIVESTOCK drawing, dining and living room, garage
Lies the one we loved so dearhy





NOTICE
‘ PARISH OF ST. PHTLIP

Applications for one or more Vacan
St. Philip’s Vestry Exhibitions tenabie





















CHANCERY SALE :

The undermentioned property will be set up for sale at The Registration Office,
Public Buildings, Bridgetown, between 12 noon and 2 p.m. for the sum and on
the date specified below. If not then sold, it will be set up on each succeeding

Friday at the same place and during the same hours until sold. Full particulars
on application to me

ond servants’ rooms with electric light ao .
Bes ed ul lee in, Sata" aruba ringaton My |e Seok, Mie tata
= ae ne Spee aa | COW—One Heawy Dairy Cow — Good Sppoin t, Pare 8250 between the} than Ménday 18th August, 1952. ,
ver te ae [quality milk. Tel. 4164. 2.8.52—6n, | hours and 12 a.m, Candidates must be daughters of Par-
Seren oar sere eae Sones The above will be set up for sale at ishioners .in. straitened circumstancesy
wink Pani" Clonee eghaee Wiiws Public Competition on Friday, the 15th . B
. a > ie




































d must be over (9) nine years and . Beautiful coral and sand beach
lay of 2 p.m. at the} 4” as CLARENCE SAMUEL KING—Plaintift
ee 2b cin POULTRY + . a! BD, Oo pndes (11) years on the 15th September, and et and calm, ately a
en . a erandahs both
MAPP—In loving memory of our dear PEKIN DUCKLINGS—8 weeks old $3.00 | ¥ Lucas four a care eee fone on eee TMROPERTY. FIRSTLY ALL THAT. ceriain Disber ca waboel of land situate at Sorte ro gnd
Nephew Fred St. Elmo Mapp who de- |Dial 2704. 3.8 52—2n 27.7.52—10n the Parochial Treasurer's Office Yearwood's Gap off Black Rock in the parish of Saint Michael and servant's quarters, ser-
parted this life August 4rd, 1951, . 7 P § W. SCOTT Island aforesaid containing by admeasurement one rood twenty .
But xh ana ned jst to sore yey GRDALING— Stone wall Hage i Clerk to the Vestry, “ aeven perehve pr. Seeselae ee te ante #4, } Comnee
8 ars were all in vain Cattlewash, Bathsheba, Apply E. : i r on lands of one Arthur, deceased, on one Corbin on la
Happy angels came and “bore pase MECHANICAL Sachiae Raaedan,. dianention. yi Phone St. Pa sae of L, Cadogan and on a Public Road or however else the same may Commodious “hame. witty :¢..hed-
ol vr and pain. 95-267. 3.8,.52—4n

abut and bound and SECONDLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel rooms, large living room, wide
You are not forgotten Freddie dear hael










NEW BUNGALOW, ROCKLEY—- |

—_—— EO of land situate at Brighton Road in the parish of Saint Veransal with geeg vee, Siehen,
Nor will you ever be. Py yi gan! ry with 1305 Roll Ping |, MOSS-CLIFF—A newly — renovated NOTICE and Island of Barbados aforesaid containing by admeasu ery wer eovecas ae
£6: long as lite, £0 mpasbory last Tack. @x 5 Out Biles Molaas and-& we | Dee house, servants quart- ASSIGNMENT OF TRADE MARKS : + twenty and four fifths perches or thereabouts Abutting and bounding one oo

ALADIN

DIAMOND WHITE HEADLIGHT OIL
EXPEE

ESSO (new seript style)

. ers, rage, all modern conveniences, Golf Course £4,300.
Miss Dalton Moore, Mrs. Alice Phillips| “!!m Pack adaptor, Best Offer. Phone standing on nearly three acres of land
(aunts), Mrs, Alma’ Rae, Oliver Phillips | #!2- 30.7, §2-—Sn . :- NEWTON LODGE, MAXWELL
(comme), 3,8. 82. ~ | irrigated for kitchen gardening. Inspec COAST — © Solidly’ constructed
stone house containing enclosed
galleries, spacious. drawing room
and dining room, and breakfast

REMINGTON American and English |" amy day. Phone 104.

on lands of W. H. Leach on lands of Blanch Gittens on lands of
one Blackett on lands of Martha Bowen and on a Public Road or
however else the same may abut and bound Topetres 3%
messuage or dwellinghouse and all and singular other lings























































SS EEEIEEEEEEEEEEEnnEne ae 31 — r
MAPP--In loving memory of our dearly | "dels now in stock including Porta- eee ee itaieae UPSET peink atte on
beloyed nephew Fred St, Elmo Mapp 00%: Standard and Long Carriage. Phone | “Goo op fi jected spots at Blue SeeOotatt pore Date of Sale, 15th August, 1952 '
departed this life on August 3rd,} (075. A. S. Bryden & Sons (Barbados) Me OF SAGORE SY SOTONER BUEN. BS ES BSSOTANE - yee as . H. WILLIAMS. room, 3 bedrooms, 2 garages etc.,
va Hepa € n Bust 3rd. tag 9. 8.52--2n Waters wracé Roekley 12,600 sar REGAL CROWN zt Vv. A.W RGUSON : 4 Lately occupied by U.S. Consul
I ‘ : : > a aE oe ee hae, WEE ht of way ta sea. Apply UNIFLO Z » Ae . FE Hy Registrar-in-Chancery, + or.
ert ee ee CE PHONE 4075 for your Office Kaw A. F. Jones & Co., High Street. Phone WICO (with name West India oi] Trinidad Terrazzo expert, special- July, 1982, 000. d ot
Steal | erasures no one cH) -equirements. Our*range includes - a: : 2B 8E— 88: TS Co.) ises in all kinds of Terrazzo ee RESIDENCE, FONTABBLLE —
Your death is a heartache noone ean | ‘NGTON Typewriters: and Adding Ma- | ~~ a Cwithin © seP
heal







SHARES FOR SALE Decorations at the cheapest cost.

WICO (block letters)
317 Knights Ltd. ©

2 Storey house with self con-
NOTICE IS HERREBY GIVEN, that

chines; GESTETNER Du ent une. tained annexe adjoining. Main
ra;

We miss you much, our hearts are| !!6e5i_ Filing Cabinets; pists

Trinidad or Italian Chips. 7

Phone 4476 or 0198 opposite Dan-

wide verandah, living « m, 2
roomy bedrooms and jarage.

PROPERTY enamide ae
| RESIDENCE, THE GARDEN,

WORTHING — Modern coral stone

sore, " house contains large living-_and
Tron Safes ete., A, 8. Bryden & Sons 433 B'dos Ice Co: Lid, Msso Standard Oil (Antilles) S.A. of IF RESULTS COUN’ rahi: gg
Hime goes by, we miss iyou more, | BAMAdes) LG. SE | bas Wh Biscuit tka pg Fine “Ghovimentioned wane | UTY Court, Ventnor Land, Ch. ! rooms, usual, offices, garage and

rE See .k. Biseu : : y ‘i i : ust 2
Goes not Pe ae eee Uae RIADIO—Six (6) Tube Pye Radio in| 130 Plantations Ltd. Inarks has assigned them with the good-| Ch, 1% \ When Buying or Selling servants’ ‘rooms. Annexe has
page —. do oak dente ne you serfect working order. A bargain at| 142 B'dos Shipping & Trading Co. Lid. ] will of the business conneeted therewith 3.8.52—2n.

to Esso Standard Oil, 8.A,, of Panama
aforesaid, by instrument dated 5th June,
1952

And all persons are warned against in+
fringing the said marks.

Dated this Ist duy of August, 1952.





60.00. Pho 8597 3.8. 52—2 The above shares will be set up dor

2 bath hard - ae, t whe these : ie > sale by public competition at our office, . 3

REN ea on hg ag ne :. er
t mn.

jl he cannee ae by PRuntie Ruby MISCELLANEOUS MOM 2 YEAR mt Ja < invites you to his

° mbe! ; 3 icitors

and Uncle Lindesay Perkins (Mr. & Mrs.), {|} ———__ 1

bungalow on corner site with



MAPP—In ever loving memory of my] Royal Yacht Club. 3.2.52—t.f.n.
only darling son Fred St. Elmo Mapp
who passed away August 3rd, 1951

4 i ide frontages. Pleasant garden,

— 3.8. 52—6n. COTTLE CATFORD & CO., A Ai q See - wii
Oli Ue Cae Sa ere Me Manis bi ads Grery, Corey tion, Biase, ‘ — acca PSSO STANDARD OIL. % NNU DANCE poems ren Regen megs
re ‘SA, papers planag cepy. jf china, olf Jews e Silver, Water-| The undersigned will offer for sale (A ), S.A. . ‘ © Sertaee. i 5 K
3.8.52—In |] -olours, Early books, Maps Autographs public tion at their office, E880 STANDARD OIL, 8.A. | ¥ MMOTT ruit trees, Accommodation com
ete., at Gorringes Antique op adjoining ms. 17, High tobi nageeowrn, on mat 2 2.8.52—2n. CECIL JE . prises large living room, covered

Friday, the 8th day of August 1952, at

2 p.m.

: Australian Cheese bo orai: hares of $1.00 each

per Ib at Griffith's Rockiey. Dial 4514. | jy BARBADOS COLOPERATWE BANK
2.8.52—2n, | LIMITED.

y 4 COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,
CLOCKS—Westminister Chiming Clocks . Solicitors,

» the world famed makers Kienzle — 1.8.52—6n.
A} weasomably priced, Alex Year woo, |
Jeweller, Bolton Lane. 3.8.52—1) | ‘The Cottage called VISBY” at EAGLE
HALL ROAD (obliquely opposite the
“BASAKOF" is a compound Cough |e trance to ‘“Waterloo"), St. Michael,
Medicine for relieving Coughs, Sore] with 33,078 square feet of land thereto,
Vhreats etc. in Pigs, Goats, Sheep,/.( which about 24, square feet are
Horses and Cattle, made by the wel-| .uttable for Kitehen ete,
\cnown. Manufacturers, Day Son & Hewitt] The house contains drawing and din-
Lid. Price 5/6 box. KNIGHT'S LTD ing rooms, Three bedrooms (one with

1.8.52—3n. | dressing room), Kitchen et¢. Electricity,
(great-aunts), Mrs. Leotta Watts, Ernest on one Government Water services in-

'

Barrow, Cameron Brathwaite, =| FORKS—Agricultural Forks made of}
Bentham, Felix Mapp, George = Best Steel and the right pattern at] ~yspection on application on the
t

gallery, 3 bedrooms with built-in
wardrobes, well fitted kitchen,
garage with covered way to house,
servants’ quarters’ and all usuab
offices. All public utility ser-
vices. This property carries our
highest recommendation.

IN CHANCERY & INCH MAR-
LOW, CHRIST CHURCH — These
two well constructed properties
together with approx. 4 acres of
coastland are open to offers either
as a whole or separately. 7

LYNCHBURY, BELLEVELLE —
Pieasantly situated 2 store house
with good grounds of _ about
12,500 sg. ft., 3 galleries, large
drawing room, dining room, stugly,









‘§ Music by Mr. Sydney Niles’
Music by Mr, SYDNEY NILEs’
Orchestra
ADMISSION — 2/-
< A Well Stock Bar — Dancing

+ from 9—3 a.m
% DRIVER OF M. 818
*

CHEESE — Ch

PROFESSIONAL NOTICE
DR. PRESCOD B. O'NEAL

begs to inform his Patients and General
Public that his office will be closed for
vacation as from Saturday 2nd August,
re-opening Monday 24th August. ¢
2.8,52—4n,

k;
I mourn for ;7ou in silence Phone 4563
T oft repeat your name
What would I give to have you near
And hear your volce again
Right behind life’s gurtain
Beyond all grief » pain
There will a happier dawning
When dear mother will meet you
* again,
Mrs. Violet Mapp (mother), Mrs, Clara
Moore, Wm. Moore (grand-parent), Frank
Moore, Winfiela Mapp, Oliver C. Phillips
tureles}, Mrs. Elsie Holder (aunt),
Mabel Barrow, Eudora Bentham, Mrs
E. R. Lb. Ward, Mrs. Clara Warner

48 Tudor Street





WE HAVE — —
% RED ROOFING PAINT
at $4.50 per Gallon

=



3.8,52-—Ln,

x
:
At QUEEN'S PARK HOUSE
x On MONDAY NIGHT, 4th August,
(Bank-Holiday)








NOTICK |
|

DEABREU TAILORING CO.
TAKE NOTICE }
that the business of tailoring carried
on by Guilherme Anselmo DaSilva and
Eustace Gordon DeAbreu at Marhill

REALTORS” LIMITED
OFFERS





THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM

M 4 Phill Strect, Bridgetown, under the style or} BLUE VISTA well fitted any pomp bed-
tcousins), The Moores, Mapp and Phillip: | ss 90. =‘The Auto Tyre Co., opposite | py, firm of DeAbreu Tailoring Co, has been rooms, garage and usual offices.
family and friends. be Cathedral, Spry Street. Prone above property will be set up for| dissolved by mutual consent as from {|| 4,4 Rockley new road. Modern Corner Broad and Tudor Sts. Offers ‘required, under £3,000,
TUPAG BUSA, pavers pleese copy. 21.7.52—6n | pale by Public Competition at our Office, | the 8th day of July 1952; and FURTHBR e bedroom bungaidw with [| yeussseee ; would be considered. ‘
so. n a





combination living and dining nt nna a
room. Lovely open gallery offer- }
ing magnificent view of Golf
Course and coast line. All built
in cupboards, Garage and ser-
vants room downstairs Can , be
sold at a very reasonable Price
with or without Furniture

TAKE NOTICE that the said Guilherme !
Anselmo DaSilva has the sole right to
collect the outstanding debts and assets
ef the said company under and by}
virtue of the deed of dissolution. {
All persons indebted to the said!
company are hereby required to settle |
their indebtedness immediately at the
said address Marhill Street.
GUILHERME ANSELMO. DaSILVA.
1.8,.52—3n.

t, Bridgetown, on THURS-
INTERNATIONAL Tornado K.39. | 3°08, Sirest. | Bricgey

-m.
“975.00 nearest. Owner leaving island. YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
taquiries Yacht Club. Solicitors
3.8.52—1n 3,8.52—10n




BEMERSYDE, ST, LAWRENCE
--Strongly built coral stone bun-
galow spacious airy rooms. and
galleries. Accommodation com-
prises:— separate drawing’ and
dining rooms, 3 double bedrooms,
large kitchen and pantry, 3 ser-
vants’ rooms, garage and fernery.
This property is situated on. the
best bathing beach at St. Law-
rence, is within eagy reach of
Town by bus or car, and in our
opinion would be very suitable
for conversion into a small. guest
house.

BEACH PROPERTY, ST. LAW-
RENCE — Well placed house with
4 bedrooms, large living room and
galleries. Excellent sandy beach

eh



QUALIFICATION?

or ARE YOU INTERESTED IN MAKING MORE MONEY?
IF SO, ENROL NOW FOR ONE OF THESE COURSES.

EVANTON Architectural Draughts- 5 Sanitary Inspector Course.
. Lovely stone Bungalow, situate manship Building and me General Agriculture
‘at Graeme Hall, on ‘app. 20,000 Design Course. 5 Course.

sq. feet of land with a magnifi-
cent view from all sides, com- AM.S-E., (Civil, Elec., Insurance Practice.
Salesmanship.

ised of Th B y
‘joining toilet and bain tiving {\]) ond Mech)

utomo R Fl

Course. ©. Savane Petroleum Technology
Electrical Installation and er

and dining rooms, spare room that
Wiring Course. School Certificate Course.



LINIMENT—We have in stock “Aintree
Jniment” a veterinary product for treat-
ve Sprains, Muscular Strains, Windgalls,
te. ete., in Horses and Cattle. fee

288 bot. KNIGHT'S LTD. eee: UNDER ae DIAMOND

‘OIL TINS—New empty 1-gallon Ot!
Tins suitable for kerosene oil, ete. $1.00 By instructions received from the In-
ech. Apply: Courtesy Leteiig’

AUCTION










Rub away the pain-
ful torment of muscu-

lar s and bruises.
Al. ite Liniment e-
trates to the source of the

in. Its soothing warmth
Ps welcome sclief, Buy

a bottle today!





surance company I will sell by public
8.52—4n. | nuction at Messrs, Fort Royal Garage on
Friday next the 6th August at 2 p.m
PIANO—One German Piano, Possessing | one Morris 8 slightly damaged in an
‘utstanding tone. Durable in construction | accident. Terms cash, D’Arey A. Scott,
nd ood appearance, Demonstrations | Auctioneer. 2.8,52—4n
‘heerfully given, Cecil Jemmott, 48 Tudor



can be used as breakfast room or
Chi.dren Nursery, Kitchen, Sepa-
rate Toilet and bath with hot and
cold water, Verandah to the
south and Patio to the north. The
















and good bathing. Full details
wre Eg itreet, Phone 4863. os. UNDER THE SILVER gives you out buildings ave Servants’ Room, General Electrical Engin- Aceountancy. on application.
PLASTIC TABLE COVERS—In variou: HAMMER beauty of a Sere fring Course. Civil Service Entrance WYNDOVER, St. PETER —
St LTP MB | cotcurs ana sizes 6” x 96", abr x. 4B, isibadines General Certificate of Ed- Course.

This country home with over 41.
i acres containing productive vege-
tabie and flower gardens, also a
large orchard has been completely
modernised by the present er,









“" x 54 and 54” x 847, Ten per cent.
Yiecount for two only at KTR-

ueation. Police Promotion Course.
At Rockley New Road, Three

bedrooma, drawing and’ dining Write for full particulars if course is not mentioned.
room, modern kitchen, toilet and Write to the:



By ommendatio of joyce Aas
we ll on TORSDA th
PALANT, 52, Swan Street. it our rt 17 High Street.

51 Ladies’ Hats, 29 Gents’ Hats, 7






















Saeliapcalaieaba sag bath. All built. in ¢ There are 2 wide ‘verandahs
z 5 ————-—— hirts, 1.Case Sweets, $4 Tins Baking ; " cupboards, . . To ,
WANTED SILVER BALLS Silver Balls for orna:| Powder, (94° Valor Chitaneys, 2 Wash last svaiabie spat aewice ee tt Caribbean Educational |?°S"gox"sor spo.” |||] tie bticcchaimer rong ton
venting Cakes have now arrived at|porine. 948 Cartons One-O-One, 40 pkgs. mat avallable spot nt ‘this’ very BOX 307, P-O.S. e rooms with washbasins,

Quaker Oats, 2 Bicycles, 71 yds. Dress Popular residential area. immedi- modern kitchen, laundry, ser-

.
on Sea Coast or overlooking sea. Dial 4514, 3.8. 52—18 Material, 6 Bedsteads, yds, Twegd, ate possession. Institute Please send me Free Book. vents’ rooms and garage. A prop-





‘ty of distinction,
Large verandah, $ bedrooms, usual 9 Boxes Chocolates, 1 Coal Stove, 3 Sew- 7 . P.O. Box, 307, P.O.S., wa hi

ae evieinity. Hastings, St SUBSCRIBE now to the Dailyling Machines, 1 W.C. Pan, 23 Tins NEW BUNGALOW Trinidad pe oe 8 | RR at sg

Lawrence, Worthing, Maxwell or telegraph, England's leading Daily News-| paint 2 Cartons Rinso, & Ladies’ Hand-



Top Rock Prete rabh wnfur-
nished and enclosed, Call K. D t
Edwards 4145 or 2875








REAL ESTATE

I have been instructed to
reduce the price of the fol-
lowing properties:

The property known as
Colleen on the sea at Wor-
things, standing on its own
land and has three bed-
rooms etc., and is gt present
vacant,

One Stone Bungalow at
Black Rock near Carlton
with galvanize roof and pine
floor and has three btd-
rooms etc., also vacant.

One small property at
Dalkeith, price $2,640.00

One small property at
the Garden Land, price
$1,500.00.

One small property at
Hothersal Turning, price
$2,200.00.

One house at Fairfield,
Black Rock, Price $900.00,
part can be paid on terms
and the balance monthly.

D’ARCY A. SCOTT,
| Auctioneer & Real Estate
| Agent.

HOUSE on long lease by October : Rockley. Come and get them

‘sper now arriving in Barbados by Air
only a few days after publication in
London. Contact Ian Gale, C/o, Advo-

cate Co, Ltd, Local tative
Tel. 3118. : 17.489—t-t.n
a
TABLETS—We have in stock “Do-Do
Asthma Tablets” 9 positive relief from

spasm in 30 seconds, Price $1.20 bot.
KNIGHT'S LTD 1.8,.52—3n

—_—_—$—$——

VENETIAN BLINDS—Made to order.
All metal (aluminium) All sizes, all
solours, immediate delivery, Write,
TARTAN Metal Company c/o Barbados
Advocate. 1,8.52—tin,







WATCHES—Ladies and Gents watches
in Gold P.G. & Stainless Steel 15 & 17
Tewel movements. Best Swiss made. Alex
Yearwood, Jeweller, Bolton Lane

3.8.52—1n

THE ADVANCE STORE
WATCHES—Just received the special
Vatehes you were long waiting for
Ladies and Gents ordered Professionally
1, E. Field—The Advance Store,

3.8.52—I1n

SSS

TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

Alterations, improvements, and



extensions are taking place at
JOHNSON’S STATIONERY s0_ as
to give greater shopping pieasure

to our numerous customer friends
Please Note The Hardwar«
Department is now closed

0. H. JOHNSON
) B. N. JOHNSON
}







Terms Cash

je 12.30 o'clock.









a SUA
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

SALES IN AUGUST ¥
Capt, L. F. Nours
, St. George.

Sale of the late

TUESDAY 12TH
Sale. “Ashbury
THURSDAY 14TH
Rev. S. A. Esterbrook's
“Alexandrian Court’, White Park.
— Mrs, Harold Cum-
“Chelholme”, else

‘THURSDAY 28TH — Mr, Idris M. Is
. ", 8th Avenue, Se
TH AY 28TH — Mr. Irdis












TUESDAY 19TH



BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.,



HHOHOHHOOHOHOHPHH OHHH
ROCKLEY GOLF CLUB

ANNUAL FIELD DAY

Sunday, Aug. 10th, at 2 p.m.
Presentation of - - -

Competitions and
Refreshments





throughout the British Empire
have tnereaney their sal a
through studying our ea: po!

courses (n BOOK- EEPING, sic-
RETARYSHIM, BUSINESS Ofn-
GANWZATION, COMMERCIAL
LAW, ECONOMICS, ete, Reduced
fees to overseas students. Diplo-
mas awarded, Prospectus free.—

LONDON SCHOOL OF
COMMERCE

(Dept B.A.5) 116, High Holborao
London, W.C.1. England.







“The following horses

landed Barbados: Silver»

Trail £775; True Foot
£650; Sailor Bear £600
Lundy Light £600;
Water Bird £500.
Apply
O. P. BENNETT,

Royal Hotel,





Hastings.
2.8.52,—6n.





LEARN TO BARN }
Thousands of L.§.C. Students

Comprised of three bedrooms,
One _With built in cupboards,
drawing and dining room, kitchen,
toilet and tiled bath, and spacious
verandah to the East. Down-
Stairs: servants room with bath
and toilet, “Garage. and quite
ae room for whatever you
require, Situate at Pockley New
Road with a magnificent view of
the Golf Course.

CHURCHILL
At Maxwell's Coast Road, three
bedrooms, drawing and dining
room, modern kitchen, toilet and
ees Map concent area,
ent sea athin: Price
£2,700. . me

COVE SPRING COTTAGE

Situate on the lovely St. James
Coast on 2 Roods 27 Perches of
land, having its own private
bathing beach. Comprised of
three bedrooms, separate draw-
ing and dining rooms, open
galleries on two sides. Study.
Private bath and toilet to main
bedroom, general toilet and
European style bath with hot and
cold water. Modern up-to-date
kitehen. Inspection by appoint-
ment only.



See us for comprehensive list-
ings at our Office.

ce

REALTORS Limited

REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEERS
VALUERS

151/32 Rembuck Street,
Bridgetown Phone 4900







ME CO to eg. ee ie a eee ait 2a ee
BRITISH INSTITUTE OF ENG. Subject of Career
TECH. & BRITISH TUTORIAL Interest
INSTITUTE, LONDON PMR NE bce ree. 30
THERE IS NO TOMORROW——POST TODA







For:— PCE ete
Convalescence after Illness:
TAKE

VINERGY TONIC WINE

THIS, TONIC WINE contains sodium Glycerophos-
phate, Acid Glycerophos acid, and is ideally suited to
tone up tired nerves, enabling you to sleep well and
wake up feeling refreshed. .

Remember it’s a Tonic Wine

, VINERGY
BOOKER'S (60s) DRUG STORES LTD.

Broad STREET AND Hastincs (ALPHA PHARMACY)
8
. NOTICE
Please note that as from AUGUST Ist, 1952, our
DISPENSARY in Bridgetown will not be opened for
Business on “Sunday Mornings”.
For Urgent Prescriptions Dial 8289

$96-899O00





WINDY WILLOWS, PROSPECT,
St. JAMES — Soundly construct-
ed stone bungalow with spacidus
living room, 2 large and 4 small
bedrooms, excellently placed
verandah directly overlooking the
sea, downstairs kitchen, servants’
—- and storerooms. Offers in-

RAEME HALL TERRACE x
Gi TERRACE — A
nicely situated stone bungalow ‘on
® corner site. “Three bedroonis,
living room, dining room, veran-

dah, kite tached gargge
and oervanl? = TS, plenaans

gerden and well laid out. day
and borders of flowering ‘eee

£ 3.750 :
er >
BREEZLEY, MAXWELL
COAST — Unfurnished’ Hofise

with 4 bedrooms, Spacious recep-/
tion. rooms, Double garage and
right of way to beach,

11, GRAEME HALL TERRACE
Modern furnished house., Ali
services. ;

WHETEHALI, FLATS Choice

vt 4 unfurnished, self-contained
flats ‘

REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEERS

BUILDING SURVEYORS
Phone 4640

Plantations Building

| pet A RC
eee

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a

SUNDAY, AUGUST 3, 1952
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PAGE FIFTEEN

N OT 4 Cc E | vane? Wee GOVERNMENT NOTICES



















































































Amount
NAMES
THE PEASANTS’ LO AN St. Andrew oo a = cor 2 SSO A. R. P. j Attention is drawn to the Control of Lumber Prices (Defene
‘ BANK ACT, 1936 we, Burton Se : Le & i er ken aT (Amendment) Order, 1952, No, 3 enitie wil ie pablistved aie
‘ot : , Darnell A. , ers ' Official Gazette of 1 . ties Take e
he Creditors holaing liens against the Peasant Holdings | ee “ im 60.00 Mount Al, i 0 08 | * aedor one aan ao ‘ : aaa 1 sellir f
ro r } ¥ | 7 e maximum ret sein rices y in-

AKE NOTICE that the peasant owners io: : A St. Joseph r \ 3 15 | gies—Red Cedar No. 1 and 2 Grades’” and evens mais ae

. ‘hereto annexed are about btai mentioned in the First Column of the Table Brewster, Bustace McD are as follows:—
sum of money respectivel to obtain under the provisions of the above Act the | Coward, ena .. a 190.98 Shuffier’s Village 3 00 ‘ i) 3 aren
names of such peasant cokers out in the Second Column of the Table opposite the a ’ 72.00 | Walkers 2. | “ia COR a
rashtiened and deacsibed Mi 3.3" loan against the peasant holdings respectively | 5*._Phili 1 oe) rticle Ordinary Retail Price

SC! in the d Column of th. * ectively ae a (not more than)
at Table opposite such names. Brathwaite, Arnold. 45.00 | —|

: a Brathwaite, Richard H. Dec. * Duncans | 2 20 | nr

wy ‘ r Brathw a ar 1: of or 5 s
Dated this 31st day of J ; 2 ae tna Chiteleper ee 129.00 ee Cl ee
wy y uly, 1952. Mana P , rke, Daphne E, et alia ; * ‘Harlington 1 Sa |
s ger, Peasants’ Loan Bank. ‘oppin, Nella Alleyne .. p 1 s Brereton 3 380 Red Cedar $30.00 per 5 bundles
APP Pie’ Irie tee Alonza Joy . 13080 al ? i 20 | No. 2 grade ‘ | containing 1,000
’ ‘oni . e
LICATIONS FOR LOANS, PEASANTS’ LOAN BANK en $00 | Bent 3 AS | Merehantable Doseies | 12.09 per 1,000 board
f 5 00 per 4, ard feet

ess Bispham, Samuel | 3 eT STEERS <

NAMES {Amount | saan Cook, R.’ Hutson .. * 100-99 [Chancery Lane cao ae ae
egran , Locality Ce he Se Small, John - ‘ . Charnoc’ 3 00 ‘iniieniiabiiiainiahe
St. Michael g .¢ | _ Trotman, Israel .. “ as = oe Ge oe ;

3 ei * -00 Silver Hill : . oto The attention of the public is hereby drawa to Regulation 19 of
ist, Bre woke vemes Bec vid 25.00 Jacksons» | yi. Gi ae ener A | . yf sid ‘Vehicles and Road Traffic Regulations, 1938, which provides
‘ waite, Albe a Goddin, 2 ‘* “ -00 Dash V: ra se
Clark ¥ ore " r 90.00 Haggatt Hall | gi tae ee . ng, Adelaide K. .. oS 78.00 Greens alley 1 33 | “Every driver of a motor vehicle shall comply with the
Dunnah, Charles A. (2) 30°00 | Haggatt Hall | ot 1 anes , b+ 2 nn a

wick, Benjamin R. . . 7500 2 O01 wards, Bartlett (12) He shall carry atte to th
one George a ea 30.00 ” 7 § 1 Headley, Alexander fy -00 Carrington Village sa] horn or other poe moving ime — oe *

, Geraldine S.C... .. 120.00 Wavell Ave be ke 0 C208 Ishmael, Joseph N “00 | Farmers ‘i ir capable of giving aydfisle snd suf-
Layne, Clementina 27.00 avell Avenue 3 2 0 Mayers, James A. : ns 00 Hillaby 3 34 cient warning of its approach or position. .. . ..
Niles Eglon (2) te 20:00 ixteds. 1 22 Medford, Elston .. ef oe ae Farmers t é zs No person shall use such horn or other instrument so
» wy o 4 Re 90.00 ee all 1 0 04 Wiateon. Cephas Augustus : “00 Welehman Hall . 4 aed as to be a nuisance or annoyance to other people, and the
A. y 27 Lodge Hill” rn, oe les, Fitz Albert 4 Welchman Hall | Director of yays § : :
oat - A -20 re i, 15.00 Welehinan Hall 2 0 00 or of Highways and Transport shall have power at
Tiecoten aa oe 36. Haggatt Hall i a TOTAL scene * icf: ny time to prohibit the use of any such horn or instrument,
Horatio (3) .. be rnsineitsisanpniliosnesincceaimantenaiantiietshtatietleentatenu tte e use of which for this purpose is likely to be a nuisan:
sae baad Flint Hall ~ 10 0 00 : | m or peeve annoyance or denape to the general public.” .
} ‘ number of motor vehicles have rec
ne ae ‘ *s 35.00 Westmoreland AEFLICASTOND.7OR LOANG. PEASANTS’ LOAN BANE. “B” and whistles. These innecanat os ‘ petrol agit 9 bs
ve . o* - " .
, Sabbah. eat g Sans ED eye seca : ” 3 = ——_--—-——s OO ance to other people, and the use of such instruments is hereby

owell, Miriam and Clement’. ©” Gs yee arden. seat. AB aon 06S % NAMES | , P prohibited. 30.7.

Reseh, CM. ss ss “00 Rrane’s Village 2 00 ‘ a) hee aad tbeatity § Sl eal oR p , Amount 52—2n.

Thorpe. < tai ae 3 ia Curiosity Village 4 3 $0 St. Peter = oe a ed UE 4 a alae st C pepe e E granted Gated Vacant Post of Assistant Engi . w

Tyre a” Ge oe 1 0.00 zroee 1 38 05 Clarke, Adolphus \A LT eae ee | eS ee

Wickham, Fitz Gerald .. $e'80 oa View Mt. Standfast 32 1°06 oe «s ani shton Hall a Le: ae 380 “60 é % % Applications are invited by the Government of Barbados for the
Neeeion 3 30 St. ceier, Gelbatp ae ‘ . |Babbs 1 6 @& 300 .00 a ee oe Engineer, og! Works Department,

wen, Rupert Leon .. Best, Burton : 00 | 2. e post is pensionable and the salary will be in the Seale
St. wo in, Kenneth and 08.08 Ashton Hell 3 06> Straker, Winston =) war 2 0 00 860 } MERE ADR X- 380 2A XS $3,456 per annum, A. com-
Brathwaite, W. C. ri $ 576.00 * iP 7 * 1 0 900 4 144.00 mencing salary above the minimum may be paid to the candidate
Turpin, Eleanor .. 14400 pares, 8 16 ao ae Clarence Leopold _, |Bayfiela . one elected if his experience and qualifications warrant it. ate

St. Lucy Soe ae Neblett. Alfred 2 00 260.00 egies 3. Appointment will be on probation for two years in the first
Agard, Jacqueline St. E. 88.00 ; 2 . a Ff .. |Dash Valley 1 2 3 125.00 | instance.
Austin, Lionel A. (4) .. 50.00 zie eeenee + hoe | AA wm . 200.00 | 4. The appointment will be subject to Colonial Regulations and
Re Pee sad 576 .00 Setiaens’ and Checker H = - 1,785 . 00 | the local Civil Service Regulations and Instructions, Passage
aot ee ee tS cpt no eaceting $1.49 lb payle oF at agpnime

ohnson, Richard a ia 10. © APPLICATIO ' " a basic salary of $2,160 will count as qualifying service °
yareilie;, Jeasee E. hea bs 150:60 ae 1 : = : NS FOR LOANS. PEASANTS’ LOAN BANK. “C” | tet leave passages in terms of the Civil Establishment (Leave Pass.
Hoped, Su nA Hey" os 90.00 ke nae and. Barrows 2 0 16 | ages) Onder, 1952.

Yearwood. Hugh M. a8 *30 00 Gerke Hall 4 3 37 NAMES Locali Am cf etiad de ae ea to the post are to assist with all works
‘ arrisons ity : ount ‘ ce, design anc construction of buildings ana wharf Ys
ah See 2 we idl eye om previously of the Department, the technical, administrative, Anenaiad. ahd we
Skt dee 144.00 Mount All Burrowes, William H ST ar _ granted | jinary control of the department; also to perform such other duties
, Cottle, Albert fe , 260.00 Friendshio and Cane Gerde: 2 0 00 } St. James - meet eae .. | Deacons Road 1 00 180 | | es the Colonial Engineer may require from time to time,
Dottin, Frederick ps ef #38 88 Mount A in . 3 3 | Maughan, Luther ty Pa B .00 ohm 6. Candidates should preferably possess 4 Diploma or a Degrec
seed Norman s io e Simons $ : a «| ere ee 2 01 300.00 aE exempting from Sections A and B of the Associate Membership
aay -00 Belleplaine eS a |e a | Scxemination of the Institution of Civil Engineers with some experi-
tee” ge bp Springer, Joson NS, |” .: 0°00 s a : : oy aon 7" a fy successful candidate will be required to keep a motor
oney, Joseph E. .. ‘+ x j ie LICATIONS FOR L vehicle for use in the performance of his duties. Travelling allow-
Ward, Richard F. at Belleplaine : 3 08 OANS. PEASANTS’ LOAN BANK. “D” meee will ne oie in accordance with the provisions of the Travelling
\ St. Joseph 1 0 39 Allowance Regulations.
Best, Rupert A. .. | 8. The successful candidate will be required to pass i
Bryan, Bonny Eyre (6) a: Nr, The Spa 3 Cn - Locality A. R. P. Amount ne examination, He may also be required to serve and rama meuae
és eae ; St. Sylvans / : 9 04 nm ot a A ok ae ‘granted Ooenied” in * Osleny at the Governor's discretion.
rar , cree | ae . Applications should be s i ioni 5
fea Woods ac Aug 198-00 Sealy Hall Tl, Samu Seite o a Hevgodt Ht all 2 0 ee 1 ‘0 i. ‘. _— Buildings, path sire aus ae aoe ior one amen.
Shorey, Ss me (7) 0. ; 1 2 00 eClean, Lincoln i “ 2 02 ; :
4] 25.00 ig 1 0 29 Est. Moore, Jose ‘ .. |Haggatt Hall z ’ 86.00 - : os
“ , , Joseph N. Dec. per: Bre 4 00 10. Certified copies (not ori ls) of testi ials
St. Philip “ Bcc ee Moore, R, A, DaC- i B : 108 . 00 gubmittes ginals) stimonials should he
ne, Clarence H,_ .. “7 Ee a iy 5 pn 1 ugh
ne, George William 50.00 Nr. Bayl oe th, vas ay | a 2 0 06 3.8.52—2n
Alleyne, $t.Clalr i: Vf 2 45 Stroud Lana 1 . a Stuntt, a & Eudora ih Hagest : ; 9 =o) t 15:38 ‘
e, u, . di 1 ’
ea ee 36.00 Seneca seal Beene 3 2% gp te 100.00 ‘OY |) VACANT POST OF CHEMICAL PATHOLOGIST, DEPARTMENT
Brathwaite, Louise D. 69 0 Fenny Hole ae Millen’ et - ie .. Orange Hil 2 1 $1 os. OF THE GOVERNMENT BACTERIOLOGIST AND PATHOLOGIST
> % ‘ou nd , . : ¥
Clarke, MacDonald i archfield and Kirtons ore he Se Florence | .. | eaton 474.00 Applications are invited for the post of Chemical Pathologist
Forde, Leotta B. .. +00 h , tao oe eeves, Dudley _. . s C : 2 g 7 Depart 5 Wn hier : ’
25.00 archfiel Small : .. [Curiosity Village - 00 45.00 partment of the Government Bacteriologist and Pathologist
pry tg a Diamond Valley 1 2 99 mall, Winston Ellison . . .. |Nicholls Village 1 ; 3 2 die 2. The pest is pensionable and the pn is in the a $5,200 .
7 Ace E elai c 7 s i sali s i) 3
Greenidge. Eva W. (8) 60.00 Marchfleld Ruby 3 he , Pu 65.00 Te per annum (B.W.1. dollars). Salary is subject to annua!
Holder, in. rs : Airy Hill 1 2 02 eras Oxwald ie 2) _, |The Whim i ‘ eduction of four per centum under Widows and Orphans Pension
pate, ek : Mids 16.0 Nr. The Home aor 2 7 4 eanor .. a ‘JAshton Hall a s 2-4 36.00 | ra _— wholly or partially exempt by membership of a Widows
i nC, ie sn 60.00 urne 1 St. Lucy . - and Orphans Pension Scheme of another Government.

Larrier Finer. â„¢ per Stone Hall 1 : 2 Aieroe, Ada Letitia .. Archers , 9 Passages up to a maximum of $1,440 are paicl on first ap-
Larrier, Tho! meee , Kirtons Farah, yeeros b's 1 ‘1Cheeker Hall 3 04, 20 00 64.00 pointment Leave conditions are in accordance with local Leave
Mapp, Joseph I ac ir. < ‘ Nr. St. Martins 1 3 36 7 a nee BE isabel Babbs ' 3 a 0.08 Decewe } anes and leave passages are paid in accordance with the Civil
Marshall, . os is ; ay’ neOD, P Retreat : | TWstablis! » Po / ne
Spacell, ewacs &.. i a : Nr. Long Bay 3 00 Marville, James E. a ., |]Checker Hall and $ 2 88.00 $200 4. oe ie bs a —

‘ason Dewees f . Union Hal , Barrows : pore
MeCarthy, William a Mt. oon 2 20 Oven, An E. i ., |Rock Hall Village : : | 160.00 150.00 |, = era must hold graduate medical degrees registrable

~ 2 ‘ina us : s Som ae Sobers, St. Clair McD Bie ‘| re Hall ' ? , 37 1”? - ee | ‘alicia earn y suns ; vase a a omni »

Christ ‘ 3 0D : arrisons 07 F ‘ | s towards chemical pathology.
Eredshac, Dela ilees ah t * Ankson 72.00 | oe 6, a of the Office are to assist the Government Bacteriolo-
, Viola .. és J rtletts Pode’ gure a es .. «+ | Hillaby te | sist and Pathologist with special relation to the Clinical Pathologica!
a 1 F well Hill 3 : 3 Foster, Esmond E. + “ Mount fu i 0 o 198.69 799.00 and aoe work of the Department.
Kin, yt ot as a Jones, Cyril cay ‘t pa 7 0 . -00 . e Officer will serve under the immediate s i
Layne 4 ae Fie s aie ve a , I v8 vine 2 0 06 ree Jenne A... “> + Mount all 5 } 00 i 300.00 a of ro Government Bacteriologist and ncaa ae cade
oore, Sing erman .. “ - terpri: 4 2 6 s, Oliver .. ia afi G “00 oe tne general superintendence and direction of the Dire
ao Samuel A. (9)... ; well 4.0 38 Ward, Richard... re tent j 3 i 169.00 : oe Services. a rector of Madijea!
Rape, Shc RR S48 | “ae Ma | 2 somircoos etd ie sates © 8 ee
Powlett, Robert James (10). ' alls Tenantry .{ @ Covington, Pdite A. «: — « Biewarys Fi 1 0 | Ane to reach his Office not later than the 7th of
Tull, Arthur F. and (Constance “00 xwell Hill 1 ; 00 . Mary Gladys .. .. }Sealy Hall 0 3 3-8 72.00 | sss : 20.7.52.
St door Charnocks ty ee a 7 | 82.00 leetrical Engineer, Government Electrical Inspector’
allender. elbert | , nce H, .. .. | Nr. Bayleys ’ Mspector's
bu “ : Munroe Village giteyne, Yelv ee ae a Bese } 0 06 100.00 50.00 } D.
Mm ed # ggatt Hall 3 07 pas, O.'eoale .. «+ | Endeayour and . 240.00 144.00 | Applicati poe
and Deane, 100. ash Valley Reh ae Siithwaite, Atel Easthourne : ‘ ee pplications are invited for the vacant post of Electrical Engineer,
Wh Shiba se } ae Est, Brathwaite, Richard Dec. © Duncans 2 20 90.00 G2 | Government Electrical Inspector's Department, Barbados.
, Meta I. 36:00 Fporve Cot | per Brathwaite Foneen Bric 80 .00 200. | 2. The post is pensionable with salary at the rate of $5,760 per
St. Thomas unroe Village | : s and Christopher es ¥ Harlington | annum. In addition a non-pensionable cost of living diese of
Brathwaite, John Clarke, Daphne et alia .. Brereton 1 2 38 180.00 $156 Ber annum is payable. Holder wil) be liable to the payment c
r Forde, Leotta B 8 30 4 120.00 | Wid peymnent o
Brathwaite, SF ; saa | reac — aS a ‘| Diamond Valley sie 150.00 ee lows and Orphans contributions at the rate of 4% of salary. No
‘ale 1093 |Berrngone Vin | es be Be) Be | casing tLe mst in tee appanimens Lane pnts
2 ons "Tose 2 Je ‘| oe ‘ -00 : ng $1,440 are able on first ¢ i
Gri, ut +) fo: pine th Vitiage 3 = Pile tersidine Se wackiane 2 33 120:00 48 00 provided. wre payable on first appointment. Leave passages
f ‘arm | Le, ¢ ok 3 Z i i 5
. Ken R. (12) ». kk Hall Poe Pilgrim, Irie Ionie iy .| Bentham ; ¢ 80600 m-00 Rae 3, Appointment will be made subject to medical fitness, and
Payne, Joseph A. et 36. i eld and/ Jacksons : 2 20 Christ Church 50.00 36.00 | will be subject to the Colonial Regulations and the local Civil Service
Bliza ee re elchman Hall ; 39 ‘dsh Regulations and instructions
: racpore “ 12.00 y aed Bont 2 ie faves Senne, Ps: is Bertetts 2 02 70.00 | 4. Candidates should be under the age of 40 years and should
; ’ 7 See te v4 harnoc! ¢ a , : y R rs a A
Frederick A. 75.00 ‘| Hillaby Os | a ees ot " ia 2 110.00 ee | DERE TRE SoneIne CNIECRE OE
‘ 8,865 .00 ‘ 1 38 Sma tdanleh, c. ‘* le Tenantry ; ry 100.00 +00 | Corporate Membership of the Institution of Electrical Engin-
AR — Small, J a - .. | Nr. Ealing Grove 3 5 29 900 0 1 ‘o eae or equivalent qualifications, with at least five years
SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF el ; "1 Si 2/0 04 ' ‘ ience in power electrical engineering si ven
- , : is 7 ver : i : gineering since qualifying.
APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS PEASANTS’ LOAN B. Wiltshire, St, Clair a Droits Village 1 Ma 04 St so = ut The holder will be required to take charge of all electrical
: St. 80.00 54.00 eee cs on Government control and be responsible for the
NAMES A Coding Adelai ‘ n of all non-official installations.
= m: , Adelaide K. .. i ; 5
fc Amount _ ____ Lewaity a. a K. Greens as ae, ae wears ae Applications should be submitted to the Colonial Secretary,
muel Seiffert . ~ eraumrenmamrers| Mon angumisr....e ‘Groce Withelmi: : ublic Buildings, Bridgetown, not later than 12th August, 1952.
McClean, i cea # : sa | Bameett Hon pages ; na + | Shop Hill & Grand 27.7. 52—2n
.. Moore, Joseph N. Dec. per . ” ” Collins 1M , os
Moore, Reginald DaC. a ae | : Pre Hall @ 150.00 710.00 (SRR SS
scars eke "| gaan one mms gg | Si 18) Be) sey . “|
ga. n Village 2 ' :
Bt. James 2° 30 — +. és «| Atay 20 75. 4
‘Austin, George e a7 0 Sao 60. 6000

olinson Sait ¥ 36. urant’s Village ———

all, Winston Euison 26.00 Holder's a | . 2°98 7,080.00

. age ;
3t. Peter +s |
TRA AY YT ‘
aeaett, Eeemad’ A. 72.00 Ashton nin ' ND TOTAL .. $20,655 .00 TO THE GENERAL PU BLIC
. Whim 3 29 1 OUR AUCTIONEERING DEPARTMENT IS NOW
oh x 2 02 i Lalredy hee 6 FULLY ED
Alleyne, Ada. Letitia 54.00 aan ee i: OPENE
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Green, Kenneth and_ Isabel 80.00 abbs 1 3 +4 5 ” ‘" 7 SO FRIENDS

Griffith, Alphonso W. .. 4 60.00 ” i7 ; * ” ; i : af

Johnson, Vera and Frederick .. 62.00 Harrisons i 1 4 34 No. 7 alsée ” . 00 DON’T FORGET TO CONTACT YOUR

O'Neal, Arnold Edwin .. m3 : | Betweat @ -_ No. 7 already had $ .00 AUCTIONE 2RS

Sobers Geof 128-6 Rock, Hall Village 1 : " ; > mg 40.00 f NEERS

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KEY TO FIELDING POSITIONS S . . ener geet ee SE
; ‘ ; edgman Ag Ind B
| ote ¥ Again ndian Test Team To Be |
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a j Needed £251 Selected From Chosen 14
(2) t ar electe ro osen
Mg oN (By/ FRED PERRY) \
: LONDON, June 17. i LONDON, June 18, |
5) For the third. year | romiine The Indian team for the Second Test beginning at!
: . Frank Sedgman, Australia’s Lords tomorrow will be chosen from the following four-|
; . greatest player, who hasn't yet.“ teen: Hazare, Mankad, Phadkar, Umrigar, Mantri, Ghulam,
won ihe Wimbledon title, is seed~ Ahmed, Adhikari, Ramchand, Manjrekar, Roy Shinde, Sen,
i UPR rennis Ghameacobies. oer B. K. Gaekwad and Sarwate.
: Seedings—that is an “on paper” , England will also delay the final team selectien from}
os : Order of Merit of players to be “the twelve players already named until to-morrow morn-
o 2 ‘ fae PE kept separate in the draw—were ing. {
4 t Spr MPa issued today as fo.lows:; The Test wicket is likely to versity attack to the tune of 239
Men's Singles .: 1. Sed@Ma:! give bowlers at least an equal runs, the highest score of the
4 ) Bx Pr af cee, Sek en Eee qnanee at the a of the — season, b ' , :
: ! . V. Seixas JS.A.) 4 R, Savitt A Lords’ groundsman, ustin Scoreboard i .
{8 ( $ } (Holder) (U.S.A.) 5, MeGregor Martin, said that following today’s Surrey vs. Cambridge Universi-' 2
ea ws Fane, ‘eo. (Australia). 6, H. Flam (U.S.A.) heavy showers the turf would ty—Surrey 284 for 6: Fletcher ain
fsa} rcs 7. B. Sturgess (South Africa), 8. probably still be damp when play 133, Clarke 137 not out. 4
i CE ‘ ; M. Rose (Australia), 9. A, Larsen Degae It may b@ a very sporty Oxford University vs, Middle-' Pi
ex - Sang gett G. ve eee pitch, he commented, sex— Middlesex Soe for 5; Robert-
i : * ‘ . Richardson (U.S.A.), 12. ~ aa, pron: alas son 126, rich 239. x y .
Bes B. Patty (U.S.A.). CAI te eet ot lent nottorm:. . Essex vs. Leicestershire—Leices~ RUG CANVAS
: | Women’s Singles: 1. Mites D. snes by Charles Grove, Warwick- tershire 332 for 6; Jackson 128 Y ce
Hart (holder) (US.A.), 2.. Miss “DC° by Charle jun Hot. out, Stencilled and Plain
i + M. Connolly (US.A), & Miss s juite right arm fast-medium Northamptonshire vs. Kent
‘ ot ce Migs TL. Beeacr, Dowlen, He achieved the finest "gaa h ors ~
' | Fry (U.S oe iss L. Brough feat of his career when he took “et for 6. RUG WOOL ,
; j rR) 6 a ’ Can oa : nine Sussex wickets for 39 runs Tag gy rena 4 Se eee
at :$.A.), 6. Mrs, J. Walkersmith jn 19.1 ove ; sex 86; ve 9 for 39; Warwick- - : .
sth) 42° (Great Britain), 7. Mrs. T, Long ‘He was proventet fron taking ‘hire 168 for 5. ay RUG COTTERS
NS (Australia), 8. Mrs. J. Rinke! all ten when Pritchard caught , Nottinghamshire vs. Glouces-
ae ns 5S jhe tail-ender Wood off Hollies. are — Nottinghamshire 185 RUG HOOKS
; ien's oubles: . MeGrego for 2.
\ and Sedgman (holders), 2. Mul- Thanks to ores Weruichahire Sop data te Yortishi { .
f loy and Savitt, 3. Drobny and seem set for the first champion- phe ersmre vs. orkshire— a
. i 5 ; Sturges ship vietory* season, hive 206 for 3
Patty. Seixas’ and Sturgess. ship ‘VIe%Ory*this season. | Sussex. YoPEteas. 206 toes 9e SLIPPER CANVAS
Women’s voubles: 1, Miss S. of play warwickshire had scored Lancashire 70 for 6.
Fry and Miss D, Hert (holders), 168 fom. _Derbyshire vs. Somerset—Som-
2. Miss L. Erougk and. Miss M. Bill Edrich showed a welcome rset 247 for 9
Connolly, . 3. Mrs, 'T. Long and yeturn to form against Oxford Ne ave ep f(T 0., e
! P. ‘Tood, 4. Miss J. Partridge University. He played the Uni- Wt a | ee ;
Mrs, J. Rinkel. fe
: nv the drst time in the history 1953 Derby 10,11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
of the tournament 12 men have ’ %
eon seeded. Sedgman Is nward- DO’S AND DONT’S Date Changed ee ese ts
' ed the number one spot. over a
1, Third Man; 2. Deop Fine Leg; 3. Long Leg; 4. Backward point; 5. Second Slip; 6. First Slip; 7. Drobny « ihe oun On beat FOR CAREFUL ASCOT, June 18.
Short fine leg or leg slip; 8. Square Leg; 9. Umpires at cither end; 10 Gully; 11. Wicket Keeper; 12, [''") i tho French Sera : The date of the 1953 Epsom
Cover point; 18 where eure gover; 14 Silly mid-off; 15. Forward short leg or. silly mid-on; 16, Extra Sa Oise paces ae DRIVERS Derby ares changed to Saturday
¢ ; owler; d-off; 19. Mid-on; 20. Mid-wicket; 21. Long-off; 22. Long-on. fconmed’ to “number rei. I Re cis’ sour | néamuenes — “ instead of Wednesday,
: thought he mig i above for the benefit of oncoming The change was made because
Seixas even the TSA y Oth — motorists or cyclists: it is of the cornation of Queen Eliza-
raspinge she e Say rol safer and it is good manners, beth which will be held Tuesday, !
wise | at nd no fault wi 3 Don't overtake just for | June 2. _ : {
t seedling list. ; ss the scale of it. Coronation officials asked the
—LAWS I & 2 Where do I sont for the win- , Jockey Club to shift the date.
" : 9 ner? i sugges 1e@ May come : —CP)
Coienal Sab Weer ee atortanig arom coneyinny lie hag ca nia AOD eS Bicone
By 0. S. COPPIN ee uae they ve oe at or Sen even though ’ 7
is partin t oti : oie ed according to the needs of each miss Connotiy is the United §~TOM GODDARD MAKES
In spi arise, of ares I = in the Laws governing the conduct particular age, Perhaps one of the States’ Coamnlectnt the adedind , Lay
tender a, anpie miroduction io its Ron Wis cae shat eum MY aos sein, commiice cours have mat Bes
! : : at T ting as it is informative is because above Miss Hart, holder of the OOD HIS PLEDGE
» the general interpretation of the approach this task before me in it tells of the circumstances which Wimbledon and French titles. -
Laws of Cricket, the hope, that it will prove to be forced each change in the Laws I think will win? In
ttempted a similar work in of some benefit jeket | ape Who do I think will, win? In Gy ®
Lal of some bene © young players of Cricket into being, often reveal- my opinion Miss Hart'sor Miss ‘LOUCESTERSHIRE and all again. Tom Goddard, maestro of
a case ot nee of Football and the mass of spectators alike jing a story both unexpected and Brough, England will weleome back TOM spin, has defied it once, Will he
iadanee aon ee nee cis Oat fa Hetone re deci he oore ere Godlard,’b young Me ts fe ther mien “Boxi H tl
re or ree if a decision soddard, a y \ » 1s ay oxin ustle
Column that I have been tempted with which they are not in agree- Tue M.C.C., book has been for Gloucestershire against Sus- BRITISH BOXING BOARD OF
to make a like effort without much ment, or of which they have no produced for the M.C.C., in the A He * sex at Bristol, i , CONTROL have been invited by
further encouragement. knowledge, is made. hope that it will encourage Queen f tier It will be Goddard's second the Customs and Excise authori-
I agree with the argument that cricketers of all ages to make a e comeback. In 1922 he bowled ties to “forward certain particu-
it is true of most outdoor games Acknowledgments closer study of the Laws of the Wirst Aseol Meeit fast ee brn suc- lars to the Commissioners who are
that comparatively few of those I must first of all acknowledge game. It is expected that it will 1926, svent a year with the Mcc collating evidence for the Chan-
wine play or watch have a really my indebtedness, to a marvellous thereby lead to a general improve- , @ From Page 1 at Lord's, developed into a spin {cllor of the Exchequer. to enable
sound knowledge of the Laws treatise entitled “The Laws of ment in the standard of Umpiring, has given us a sound chance of jyowier and- yaa; peivereed se him to study the position when
that govern them, Cricket”, “Their History And particularly at schools, regaining tomorrow tne Gold Cup the county in 1928 yi hb grange Pn mtr hlas® Time to relax—made per-
Might Fail Growth” by Colonel’ R. S, Rait I am hoping that these articles from the French. Talma II will ~ Now quoted in reference books ‘Tae™ °° ™e of Entertainment fect by your enjoyment of
_ /It is also true that many players Kerr, “The Laws of Cricket” an setting out the laws will fulfil a have a pacemaker in Damaka os gn “outstanding and everlast- "is trate bei 1 ass ah favourite radio programmes
id spectators who are critical of M-C.C., publication, and “English similar purpose.—And now for the and the only other foreign chal- jng off-break bowler,” Goddard bieea They att ost ay, ore brought to you by private
the decisions of Umpires and Cricket’ by Neville Cardus. laws themselves: lenger is Granet IV. who comes jetired from first-class cricket same ‘sense + ecaoeias oe tee line direct’ tech olie atudios
rees might themselved fail Developed from Italy. last July after a serious attack }j -holder: yi ‘A ;
ally to pass an examination “The Laws of Cricket, like LAW 1. SIDES On this course last year Talma of posursonis. and ileurix icence-holders. All promoters with the B.B.C. and New
’ : A match is played between —y] gave Eastern Emperor three No Bo Pt y- hayes been asked; York. No interference oF
‘ two sides of eleven players pounds and a neck beating. 1 o wiler e number of tournaments tuning!
az each unless otherwise agreed. thought Eastern Emperor should , Put he pledged that, once fit, they | promoted during March
n Each side shall play under a have won that day so there is he would help the county at any 1951-March, 1952. Vax WITH
Ws “13 captain who, before the toss little between them, time, With WELLS and MORTI- The number of tournaments Br°@

. By PETER DITTON

LONDON, June 10
The Annual Meeting of the
Football League in London last
week can be written off as one

It was the old story of ‘self
breservation. While the First and
Second Division ‘clubs continue
to have one vote apiece, com-
pared with the four allotted to
the 44 Third Division — sides,

for innings, shall nominate his

players who may not there-

after be changed without the

consent of the opposing cap-

tain.

If a captain is not available at
any time, a deputy must act for
him to deal promptly with points

Talma II has had only one race
this year when he was beaten by
Mat De Cocagne over the full
Cup distance of two (miles and a
half. There would not have been
much between them had not
Johnstone lost his irons.

MORE in the Services Gloucester-
shire are without a slow right-
arm bowler, and to-morrow God-
dard makes good that promise.
Goddard’s comeback prompts
intriguing conjecture. When he
retired he needed only 66 wickets
to join the select company of

during the above period that re-
sulted in a loss.
The number
they intend
the next winter season,
_ Whether they intend to con-
tinue promoting in the event of
the new scale of Entertainment

tournaments

of

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j i i s i inue ’ We know Talma II to be a gen- . 7 ! " SSP acs

os Meare divers aie to ine soccer will continue to stagnate, arising from this and’other Laws ine stayer without much in the eae aera re aoe nevny imposed, S )

tredlice new blood, new life into When soccer attendances drop ~~Official notes by the M.C.C. on way of acceleration, No doubt Soadns ashe irate an 3000 dis rethin een show aif. rae — aan eneTS
the game was stric@ly vetoed. it is always the small clubs which '@ Laws direct. the pacemaker will ensure a good Vinat? on more, whe will, lave oe See EPS9GSSSS 550 OVP OSS PFOOSTSSSY
The only proposal which re- feel the pinch first of all. The | What should hardly be neces- gallop and that will be necessary ne Guonis tue Sees ee fe :
ceived an affirmative vote was First and Second Division sides S®%Y to point out but which I jf Talma_II is to wear down the Defied Once queston.in ne Hegasive. %

the ‘one concerning a provisional can in most. cases afford to think is still a safeguard is the others. 1 do not rate it a top- So to-day by telephone I asked Angling Magistrate 8

new minimum price of admission. (humb their noses at the loss of instruction that a side should not ¢lass field by any means and it is Goddard if he were likely to play BESIDES being Chief Metro-| \

Unless there is a tax concession
from the Chancellor ,British
soeeer fans will in future have to
pay. at least 1s. 9d, for the some-

uiey are actually ‘on the air’.

In effect, the league has said to
its million and a quarter support-
ers: “take what we have to offer
er go without.”

Attempts to enliven interest by
having a four-up and four-down
promoticn and relegation system
were greeted with an emphatic
“140”. Tottenham, who sponsored

times doubtful pleasure of seeing just so many more nails in the Wiekets for Any player who Sm ere TONER RRR eeE thee the Fi’ Plhone’ Cains Samay ee
. ’ , . ‘aad ace Ae 4 e «

a te Seta os ous the CORRE, capacitated from illness or THE WEATHER “They never come back,” is an regular competitor in the Casting | .
joo a vin 1 Nacat r , ,Qther schemes which were injury, but not for any other adage that sport proves time and Association’s tournaments. ri

oe ‘ v i ae ft wa Seite thrown overboard were West reason without the consent of T The? Toe Meee Sek , eee
Se a ed atti ’in attendance Ham’s suggestion that players the opposiag Captain; no sub- REPOR TAPS & DIES
experienced tall in atten damag over. the age of 20 could be paid stitute shall be allowed to bat
ee on ‘ae’ ¢ ae tate imaximum wages; that changes in oF bowl Consent as to the YESTERDAY | Bina PIPE
vised. did is § Sy about an im- regulations could be passed by a person to act as substitute in Rainfall from Codrington: 567 |) sep args sane 5A 8 Ta" 1" 1a", 134", 2” 3”

Sainant. ‘This £ See mi w. two-thirds majority instead ot the field shall be obtained in. e 2 4", 4’, 2AM gy Te 1 A Ae ae . Re
1 aly hl rome hy. the three-quarters as at present, from the opposing Captain, Total Rainfall for month to i,
oer been eee a en Pertsmouth’s suggestion (or a ™®y— indicate positions in date: 2.57 ins. . we wen aD
thea Cup Pinal and the Home #30 present apiece for the League which the substitute shall not Highest Temperature: 82.5 °F : Ye" hy” 4", fx”, 36”, a1", 2 F 56”, %4
Peateaaha. eal . Champions was also rejected, field. Lowest Temperature: 73.5 °F tee .

Temenetionals will Be “keon ony Lawful Wind Velocity: 11 miles per || ' SAE or NF
the those lucky enough to obtain Next season if the fall-off in i hour. 1 ‘ Yi" 3 SL TM Ibe BM Sem 34!

ickets. attendance continues — and with It is ef course lawful for a Barometer (9 a.m.) 30.019, - AW d STRONG BODIES 189 TE 9 PRE IR Ae NRE CGY

pemerously, the League has no incentives offered to spectators Player to bat, bowl oy ficld even (3 pam.) 29.090 | an USS or NC
agreed to allow one match to be op players there seems no reason ‘though a substitute has acted for TO-DAY ‘sp, ip a eR REN Ee RL BE
broadcast every Saturday after- why it should not continue— him previously, It should also be Sunrise: 5.45 a.m. V4", $5", Ya", we”, 22", 10 %",
noon, but again there must be {ho league clubs will have to con- borne in mind that a substitute Sunset; 6.19 p.m. B MMERS
net rls. ae clube” ceasiatnes sider very carefully the noose can only be claimed as a right|| Moon: Last Quarter, June 14 || mt ENGINEER BP. nen i
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» few hundred spectators. But
for those who live from week to
Week the rejection of any pro-
pesals to brighten the game are

around their necks.

The remedy lies in their own
hands. Either changes must be
introduced by the clubs in com-
mand or else the Third Divisions
must be given equal voting
power with the First and Second
Divisions, Cnly when the “what
we have we hold” attitude of the
top clubs has been broken down






field more than elevn players.
LAW 2. SUBSTITUTES

A substitute shall be allow-

ed to field or run between the

during the matca. In all other
cases the opposing captain must
firtt give his consent,

This law does not prevent a sub-
stitute from keeping wicket as is
still erroneously held in some local
quarters, Another point that must
be remembered iv if the substitute
who is acting as runner is standing
in front of the popping crease



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Suitable for 1 only. Available July llh onward Fbone PMD all %'ahix. AuaUa Aen Wolarlrv 11 "p. •. %  i. *e Mil 1 %  il An KLK.CTRU Al. F1.AT A HOUSkV Fully furnlahed. BL tawrence on-Sea Fhane 3803 W 1 :i t I II UN| Fai .'i. %  %  .1 -.Ii..*Oibit !'., %  IJ-nu Ptioba Lllht. For t Phone asw ria In ROOSEVELT MANOR--On the are). Beach Court Avenue. HaMlndB Threw bedroom* and -II modem cowvanleneei Apply: -EilM Court", llaatina* KIMBOLTON. corner ftnd Avenue Bellevllkt A Pine Road. Three Bedtoom* .-nd i.anal .r..rnlrnfe* Vacant i %  • %  •ra*ii imniedi.-n At. inaon A Banfleld. Jan.ea Sir..' NOTICE NOTlCfe I'li-iriM nrill \l. in I.IU 1 OMrtrantmi; MHIIOI. rvidfi—in. Harhadai I The fnllowini Ii thr h.t at auccemf uid like IA iMl-iira our C-i.tomfen ndldate* for Op-„ Fiitranee t.. r... il we will !. iced to b.ia.".i.. *or j bermere School lul. at candidate, t i annual I Honda* mi. " 'p[Hi in tine nt. phone EI30 between fhe hour* of fl and IV am The above will be aet up for inle at Public Competition on Friday. Ihr IMh da^ of Autvpt 1BU. at S p m at tha affli-e of taw unaVi**gi.ad rABBTNOTON Lne* I BEAI.Y n 7 si—ion MECHANICAL CAMERA i 'li-uhlc cianplete w||h rtmk iiU*HAiTAH-gt.iiie wall 1 ( ,nl..w..h Bnth-hH.^ Appl l-n.m-r Andrew. Plantatl.m M-sn F II J-hone '•/ 4. i l.iFF -A n-i wim ii** iL( rum ,. ,_^ .. ^ ^ ,_.._ ... Out Film Holder and I > I ["*"£!*!**£ ££&, b adaptor Beat Offer _Phone ^ ajfa ,.„ ,iewrllert (iEMTI HIM c. %  Iti., hart. !" i Ltd Oflre Fq.lpmewt iiiickldea UFA*. .1 Adding Ma RADUi -•* %  Hi Tube. Fva Hadbt •erfeet working order A bargain "i n Phone mar, ]| St— One of lite lire! aeletleU .|-t. a WiiteraIVrrnre lluabu-V l.'< ft with Hjhl -1 wa> to -. A r Jotte* , Co High ir. -" -n l FOB Hill Sll Kntfht* Ltd OS Bdoe Ice Co Uil i i % %  • %  i i. i '.I M w ; BIB .,, ,-., nd ).l Plantation! Ltd %  41 Rate* Shipping A Tradlnl I The above .hare, will be ! .le by public compatllron at mil llraet, Bridgetown. %  I id PWS MISCELLANEOUS WTIQtm of *.or iajggJLUQg, %  IK-. old Jamala. flna Hllv.r V nlour* < e,i St Elmo Mapr I awav Augtail led. law) I maim foe .'on In *Uene.> I oft rriarat MWI Wh.t w.iulrt I ftvg And I Ml patM "• I %  •get" i Hind lifr't curtain B.-... i ..il Brief nd pw.n Ii. %  .Ill We a iLiuptcr dawi-.ag When .if,!moti.. will meet f% Mr*. Vtolet Mapp Moate Win Voiir .grand I %  Sinbal Barrow. Eudori r: B I w ..I HI era wame. -graait.aui.la'. Mr* l*Otla WalU. Ern.-.i lurrov. Curl...' BnUiwalia, Marconi. Itrittbam, Fell* Maup l->"-t.r Bvelyn %  eouarinai. The Moore*. Mpp *nd Phillip i-mil* and Irtenda Ttinhtad H'SA paper* pleaae ..dr b. lhe wel"IWM Mn.ila>-tun n. Da. H..n A Hewitt Pile* S 1 boa KNWIHTS LTD I it S3 Jn The undaralgnod will ofTec lor hv public coinpeuuon al their o We IT. Blgh Street. Bridgetown. Friday, the ath day of Augu ato-OTdinar. Share, of M.a*> m BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE BANK IMITED i (il il l 1 AFFORD A CO nallei a m %  "Wkl feet I'l HI i( Minns HTC RACE TICKETSa-ie TV No MIS Brill..... return i„ lh*> AdVorate Advrrtuing Demi let HOHI4IUD* COUMf 1 'OS GENERAL CERTIFICATE of EDUCATION CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL • HIGHER SCH. CERT. %  lOU Ciau—ie TaaDtm 72,ttt> w inmi in in u F*o*pe<.iua iptaue a —anea r M.A LLD..F>'*cioeoiSi J dae..Depi ULI. OLAND WOLSET HALL, OXFORD ^ IKXJ Or.. HbM-k .... Suale with Smau Foi. Terrier dog will 4 •'Kaaie o7 G% ralUr around hi* neck %  4M4. c o Beta B* 1. Blue Watera a a M fti SHIPPING NOTICES Moilcw %  • hrirln given that the nrmal Q. %  lhe Yodng er Progreaahe Club Inr .will be ill. on Wrdrurailiiy JTtli Augu.t IM1 at t ivlng crwait Id * p in at Club'. hrndqimrte**. t Boyce 'new Callei K.-II"' .( UOM n.(.t t^ rrrelvea, | < lag not UUthan Hori' mv i mm HilORJWSlH i i I II V II1RTT.R. Acting Secretary I %  %  • %  PCKMI\.tl. bv the iindenlgm Aiigini %  OtiNO MEN\ public are hereb warned agwln't wife. Mill... t %  T do not hold -. her ae anyone .---ting ut' dabt or debt, in ft,' EDRICK BOVCB. ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. KAIIJMO (BOM n ion SS BOSKOOP lit AlUUgl M R'ROVAIIIT fth Aviga.t. 109] M B BTENTOK Ilrid Auauat. UH H •* HERA. *Ili Ailguit. 19*41 -'i IR 'i ion US Wll LKMNJ-.\:I l.i, AtutuiL IBM -*MIS IIIMl.Xl. ruiiMuun. wit mm. II I.I usi IM NBBTOK ath Aoguat. ItOS .t s BOMAIRE. ntn Ainruat.. ma '. | sriM'H:. .-p. Ugajkti Baa BaW. •HUM. IO iKiMUAh HIM \. IU ikKKiKap. iii. A >li( „t |au M I 1I1-.UA. I Mb September. IfM H F Ml < II I 111 The M V -CARrBBEZ' will accepl Cargo and Paeaenger* IOT Domlnlc*. Antigua. UoaUarrat. ITFB BW! -BT mm BdlBn-r Thursday 3lrt, ln*t. The U V "MONEKA" will autpt Cargo and fare a ng er a In* Dominica. Antigua, Hontaerr II Nevta and hi Kill* Sailing Friday. Bib AtufUit. I**). Hi IllOOMI OWNEfaS' ASHOCIAIION lIKC.f OanalgMaa. Fah-, e i— M1 I .rtiidll,. ranaftafa NOTICE m M l-usaaaaee. aa the -""i The Variety fwHlal wp haa emoted to No Tl Swan Sire-t %  %  u-aal 8 a M In NOTICE 1'tRIHH OF kT THOHAB *e Parochial OfMce will be rloead Tuetdat 3lh Anguat and Tueaday lath Augual F F PILORIM. Parochial Trea.urer. 1 8 M-3n NOTICE PABI-II OP ST. FETEB Durinf lhe month of AuguM Ih* Parochial Trearurer'. Office day. will be %  a follow* Thursday* from 10 am. to 3 p.m Salurdav. from 10 am to 13 noon Signed G g. COtmiN t B (A—3a. NOTICE TABIBB OF SI P1IP.IF Appllcatlona lor one or more Vacant I. Phlllp'i Vealry Exhlblt.ona tenabie I lhe St Michael'* Olrla' School, will be reoelved than MAiadav l*4h Augtuat. !•* %  CandMataa mual be daughter* of Poribioncis In aUallcned circumatar m a. •.<**! I > the lath Srpfmber A birth rjArlaSMta n.ud be forwarded %  Ivr Parochii. I Tr.. Bin s -(.iTT Clerk to DM Ve.try. 51. Philip %  K : %  • dn NOTICE \. .11 AMI SI III IK .III M IKKALADIN DIAMOND WHITE KEADLIRKT OIL BSBO I • .i %  i, ESSO OV \ I FJUODIKBKL rast>TAr BJB3A1 < ROWH ChV %  :l r:i II", QgWaM BBBl mi 'Aid.il.-.> S A of Panama, being Ih* |.ieahov em ent limed trnde rk* ha aiaigned them with DM ,.--1" %  -:••' '"' %  Koao Slandaid Oil %  A. of Pan*. rcholarahipa will lie notified i courae b> the vartoui Bodl** ABMBTRONO Mv.au Au.tn. TAYLOR, Carl Algernon MOORE. c..rl DaLMlw ORA1IAM. V. re Richard WKKH-VB Walwin TheopblluAI.KINS. Eric FIW'K. CLEMENTS. Winaton AlarUiur HARRIS. Eric Harcourt HcCOU.W. Cecil Athelstan HENRY. Ballon Waanry AM-EYNr. Wti.throp WAIX'OTT. latter Anthonv B1L\THWAITE. Colin Patrick INCE. Cyril Maurice BMA1 I i: 1 CONNELU WalUr Arleigh ARCHER Bentley Camatron OI11SON. Jeffrey Elder BROWNE. CHve Vernon BYHOE. Carlo Dennia BE8T, Albeit I .'., d BKnuirk nFST. Richard Ailhonv CI'MBERDATCH WIK-ed Hugh HEin. Vernon ONeale ARCHER, Alwyn Addlaon Ciiiciiliiin Niilianal Sleamships JMHS M. Ill 1HOS *> CO. A.r.... r.v.A. I \li-l:-.l\. LbllDH Ol (.oiid CUs Property and Land Alwan Arallibl. FOR SALE - %  I III'..-i si. CANADIAN CHA1.IJ.NOER LADY KFJ.SriN CANADIAN CRUISER CANADIAN CONrnTtVCTOB I^DY RODNEY CANADIAN i IIAIJ^NCER LADY NELSON •.Hi: I HIM. I Mi ADY RODNEY 'ANAUI.W LADY NELSON CANADIAN CRUISEn CANADIAN CONSTHUCTOK l-\DY RODNEY CANADIAN CHALLENGER LADY NFI-VN %  all. trait* %  ..II. avert* ea Ballr Ha Ufa a Beaten Beeb.ga. Baahad.. 3 July 8 Aug 4 A V 1* A. %  1 Aug 4 Aug a Aug IS Aug 18 Aug. IS Aug M Aug 3d AM. --i A M 1 Bopt. IT Sept. 4 Sea. IB Sept I' gaga] B Sep. asapt. U BhBH IlS.pt MBept 33 Sept *I SVpt IS Sept 37Bepl. mi. Ofi. Ar.l-e. Ball. Arrive* Arrival Am... Bar bad o. ii-.;..... Beaton BalBai M-nlr,.! : Aue a Aug. IV Aug. 30 Aug. 83 Aug Jl Aug 30 Aug M Aug. M Sept 8 sept M ABg 30 Aug a Sept it Sept '.. S -' vl 10 Sept so Sept 13 Sept ii s.m i a sept 3* Sept a oct SOSerpt. a oct. 11 Oct. 18 OfL if on B %  t a Oct 11 Oet. 84 Oct IB Or' It Oct. 80 Oct. 31 Oct No. 1 fartbrr partlialar*. apalr to— GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agent*. CHANCERY SALE BAIU1ADO*. The undermwtinned property will be aet up tor aali Public Building-. Bridgetown, between 13 noon and 3 lhe dale rpeclflcd below. If riot the-n an Id. It will be Frld.iy al the aame place and during the unu hour* i -ipplnntU aold. Full ".M-'MI K.\V1 KL KLNC PlamtiH V. A. W. FERGl'S the rvy I will Mil ITS. Foil Royal Gafaga ... • tth August at 8 p in allglilly daiuagi-d in •' %  caah IFArci A Scon • TABLE COVERS UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER !-( il'* recomiiirndatioasa of Llotd. Agen'a — wfh sell .... TUaTaHaAY the Ml. August Mir htkrl 17 High Sirael i i aajta H.tm BttM n U % %  I ( .... SV...I*. 1T... I'.k,.. .dw. It Valor Chimnr.,.-in> 843 Cnrtotia One-O-One. tti pkgQeHMH-B Rockley Come and MJfaW ya.ker o*u, 8 Biereakse, II >da Ure-a 5tai CM SBIS-IK TI..I., ( ,,I .. BiaiTiTa. .d. Twego — • %  %  —— „ \9 BOXM ChocataVr*. I Coal Btove 3 new M.-f-BCBIBlH nan. to tha B-HI, \ n i „.,,,,.. t W C Fan. Tie.. 'rlagiaBh England** landing Dallv New. ,. im , 1|M Rinso. A l.aaie-1 H.ii.l-r-er new arriving In Barbadoa lav A ii f*w days after publication In I pujai 12 A* <>\|ock a^aTaV Tel. Ill* (HIGH1 n ITU ivt In stock %  D.-ni positive rallal lion id* Pile. *130 not i a yi m HKANKEE TBOTMAN A AucUoneers 00 VENETIAN Bl IM'*Made It mediate delivery TARTAN Metal Comaainy c o Write. BarlMil. 8 S3 ... ind (Jel.U watih— i CM P. 1 A •llalnles. Rteel 19 *, IT THE AhYANll 1TOBE VfATlHES Ju.t received Ih* special ii wen long waiting lag %  %  he Ad% 31|B TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH ri.Uov... imprui Department is now c ner friends UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER BALE* IM Al l.l -i ll'ESDAY l-TIt Capt. la. F Nou satle %  •Aahburj, ". %  Oeorgr THtlHsnAY MTII Hiile ol the i Hev. S A. Eaterbrook luinini "Aktiandiian Court*, While Park T1TSDAY UFTH Mm. HaroldI Cu_ mlns' Bale. %  Chelholmc Chaggew .Hl'i(DAY 3BTH Mr. WrM H Mil ••Clovallv". BUI Avenue. Belleville T^IUetBaPAY aaTTll — Mr 1-d.a M Mill Sale "llvthe Maxwell. Ckrl. i mirth RKANKER. TEOTMAN St CO. AacUtMieeri J i ii ii _•**>•> >f MUHMHUM ROCKLEY QOIsf .1 %  ;. I the .d emp-nui.dae and by %  irtue ol Ihr deed ol dissolution indebted to the said %  tnpanv B ra herany r.quired to aattlr .. %  %  ... ...... .1 HiSid ..ddras* Marhlll Street. r %  %  i a sa—3n Blemishes he rmooch beauty of a lovely skin. Fragrant, snWhlBgj and of a copaoua crceruv lather, the deep danwa ilssraatug of rnildly mrdkaeed i ad. in. Soap wul safeguard your oat oral lovetioea*, lint a tablet loday. ( uticura SOAP I.HBN in F.ARN Tlioua-i la l 1 BC Hludenta BrrUah Emplra have increased their aaUrles thr.>..gii >tud*rtiifl our eak/ postal liiKiK-hEFPlNli. JrlE-CI^TAHYSHI] 1 11l*.i.NESH (>rt .ANKEATtON CClMMRRCl \ 1. LAW. ECONOMICS, etc. Rci'-ed fee* to overseas HBt H nM DrpUsrnu awarded. Proap..ti.a hoe — IONIIUS -. into I OF COBniBBi*B iDept B A .M Ml High Hoi. JI i l..ndon. W C I England FOR SALE all i-i Lovely t.... ."g nut. %  CoBrtst and coaat iin In cupboards. Oara • %  "•* %  H.M ol with with.it rurnlliirt IVANTON Lovely stone Bungalow ,,„ at Graeme Hall, on app JPUI so. feel of land with %  magnlf prlaed of Three Bedroom* wi| Jdjolning toilet and bath. Ilirll can be u.ed as brrwklast room cni^lren Nuraviy. Kitchen, Sep. 61 nd tath with hot ,u cold water. Verandah %  Bg .Ih .....J |'„l> t %  o.rt buildings lie Setvanl. Hooi HI NGAl.OB Tl.. 1 The followitiK horses landed Barbados: Silver Trail J:77j; True Foot £650; Sailor Bear £600 l*u n dv I.iRht £600; Water Bird £500. Apply O. P BENNETT. Royal Hotel, Hastirie.tr. 2.8.52.—6n. '• i din staira: sndah toilet. led bath, nnd spacaoua Kaat Down>m wllh h.ih and quite for whatever you ..^.......-.iiiiilr nt Pockley New Road with a magniilcent view of Use Golf Course CHI BCH1LL .M M.i.weirCoa.t Mr.i II bedrooms, drawing ami room, modem kitchen, tnllel and bam Good residential area. %  tacellcni H bath in • Iroome. separata drawon two sides Stud'" %  ath and toilet la mam general it>ie b.ith with hot and ler. Modern up-to-date appointDO YOU REALISE THE NEED FOR MORE QUALIFICATION? or ARK V4H INTKRKSTKD IN MAKING MORE MONEY? IF SO. ENROL NOW FOR ONE OF THESE COVKBES. Anhiteelural HiMmhi. in iii.!n|i RuildiBg and Irmlgn I ..ur*.e. A.M.SE.. (Civil. Kler.. .n.l Merli.. Automubllr l'.-|i ,>rm HI Otajna. Electrical In-.fUlUtton and Wiring Counir. GFbVrral Klertrtral Knglnefring f'otir-e <-. i i r .1 Certificate of EdWr full i't SanlUry InapeeMir CoBra General AcricBlture CtmrBe. lusiir.inre IT.u tier Savl cuina u s 11 i i> I'.-1n.I.-iini Technology Coarac. -i I l Certificate Couiw. | \. HII n Lull Civil Serviee Entrance | COBi-*e. Pollela not mentioned. Caribbean Educational Institute P.O. Box. 307. P.O.8., Trinidad Agent, for BRITISH INSTITUTE Or ENO TECH. A BRITISH TUTORIAL INSTITUTE. LONDON THERE IS NO TOMORRO V POST COI'PON T<> BOX 307. PCS. PlaTaMB lend mc Free Book. Name Address Subject of Career of Internt Age P.O. TODAY! ga tier lei Private hedroon REALTORS Limited %  UAL aaTTATB AQBTrS AUrTIONaOtBS VALI-"EIU1 ......... For:— V Convalescence after Illness: TAKE VINERGY TONIC WINE THIS TONIC WINE contains sodium Glycerophosphate. Acid Glycerophos acid, and is ideally suited to tone up tired nerves, enabling you to sleep well and v.\ikc up feeling refreshed. Remember it's a Tonic Wine VINERGY Obtainable at . BOOKERS (INS) DRUG STORES LTD. BROAD STRrFr AND HASTINGS (ALPHA PHARMACY) • NOTICE fllMI nolc (hat us from AUGUST 1st. lfS2, our 0481*1 Nfl MtV in Bridgetown will not be opened for Business Mi Siiiithiy Morniiij.'**". Kor Iriient Prescriptions Dial 828* f UMMMMMMIM IMMMMI I MMM LAND. TWEEJn-IIlh KOAO—On main road *itl. i r rtejral ,^, premise. ToUl are.. laVTM sq. n UUSIM2-H BlULMUUtS-^DWEIJ-i.vo Horsr. uiirPUCK STIIKET Oood aituatioo for retail shop In tfiu buay gait of town. X8.M0O SWEPTF1E1.U. St Peter — An estate t.pe heuse bunt of stone Contatna large living roam with French windowi keoding onto covered verandah* with view of sea 3 bedruonw. kitchen, •toreroom* and usual outbuilding' garage and aervarrt*ouarte.. Anproa I. ..ere* well laid out ground* with right irf way on-r bench VILLA VTCtfUE. St VMftNT rl'autlfull.v Mluaied housat built •tl local stone with anagnifaccnt vien. ona> 1". miles fron I. town. 100 tjrds Aqualkf Cl.rb lit at ii witn tirellent • %  niraatng 3-1 bedroorna. 2 b-t(i„eaa. mrg. lounge (SI IV verandah •aV x IE*i. nnd usual .ntbuiidinnCOVE SPB1.NO HOL'SE. ST JAMBS — One of the few proprrtle. on thl* popular fs*g*M v.itli a complctrlv puvate and aetlilded baUung beach Tlie grounds of about m, acres are well wooded and could readily be converted Into one of the show place* ot the Island The house it ot 2 storeys and possesses nollreabl* II. GRAEME HALL TEKKAO -Jte.ei.tiy built 8 slorav house •onatructed of stone with everite roof. Large living room, gallerv. S bedroorna. Kitchen, teundrw. 2 servant*' rams and gaugr EM.OOD StA rOKT ST JAMES — Catefully re-modelled 8 store. BthlM on one of the moat altracUvn alias Beautiful coral and sand baaioti nad yBlm_ salg hathlng Titnin ^ room, lounge varandats on both floora. 8 liiliniaaai gsMaghgd ffuage, and aervanti quarter*. All aerVaoe*. BsTW BUNGAl'OW, BtJCKLRVCommodtou* home with 8 bed loom*, large living rm.ni. wide veiandah with good vie*, kitchen. panlry. servanla' quarter* and slot.-rooms. Oood Nlualrusi i<*ar Oolf Course Es.jgo KEWTON LODOf:. MAXWEIX COAST — Saiklly .aisatrocted stone house contalnrrf etsclosed galleries, specials* drawing room •r.l dining room, and BnaHnit It, S b adraaeoa. 8 a-rasea etc.. LaMly occupied by V %. Consul %  xeeg %  ISUlDrrr, IONTABBCJX Stor... bouse v. ill. **0f conned annene adjoining. Ma in .i.< contains Urge living and .akia.t IOOOK. up.lalra beduattal orBces, gitrage ai.l wide vaawndah. living mom. roomy bedrooms and garage Good investment propi-siUon. Hi:sinir.*CE. THE GARDEN'. WOKTHkNi; Modem coral alone bungalow on corner lite with wide frontages Pleasant garden, with flower bed*, lawn, eoraerete ien->e. ai.d number of sealing roc* Accommodation compr.se* large living morn, covered gallery, 3 bedrooms with built-in wardrobe*, well fitted kit.h.n. garage wil" covered g*g> lo house. M rvanU* quarter* end all usual, office*. All public utility eervicaa. That prapcitv carries our highest recoil, mm ida lion IN CHANCERY A INCH MARLOW. CHHL.T CIIL'HLH These well constructed propetlie. together llh approa. acres M coaatland are open lo oBer* either aa a whole or separately I.VNCIIBUBV. ltEU.EV-I.LE P^aaantly flluated 1 atom, house v. .ih good gtokinda of ..liont I'M" sq B 3 gallertetlarge drawing room, dining room, studi %  rll fitted kitchen, a double bed. „ i usual office*. Offer* required. under EJM0 .sldercd. DEMEnsVDE. ST LAWRENCE Strongly bulli coral stone bungalow apacloua airy rooms and galleries Accommodation oomptiaas: separate drawinga and dining rooms, g double bedroom.. .1 pantry, i servants' rooms, garage and fnn.-iThl. property la allualed on the Beat running beach at St Lawrence, is within sag. reach of Town by bus or car, and in our opinion would be very eullable sy %  small gui.t BEACH PROPUHTV 8T LAWKCNCE Well placed hotlee with 4 bedroiKi.s large living room an.i gallerree Eacellent sandy beach and good liathing FuU dsH.,1, on application WYNDOVEB, SL This country home i acre* conUlnlng productive vegelarge orchard ha* lurn eoinptateK i lrrii-sed by Iho pr I oW'iei There .re B wide ve-rastdah.. rimwlng and dining rooms, 1 double bedrooms with waihbaslm. modem kitchen, laundry. Barvrntarooms and garage A prop ci* ol distinction WINDY WILLUWS niOSPBCT. St JAMES — Soundly eon.trutt m atone bungalow With spaclouliving room. 1 large and 1 i BUNoat l.BAEME HALL TEIIBACE oieelv slluatad stone % % %  fajlll n lomer >r*e Thi ind border a uf flo -sr RENTALS %  WfaBZLEY. MAXWELL COAST Unfurnished Hoflse with 4 bedrooms. Spacious reception rooms. Double garage and i.i:l>l of way to bea.h 11. GBAEUE HAU. Tf-JtRACF -Modern furnished house. Ah >-i.,rWHtTEH/a.f FIATS Claolce id 4 unfurr. i-heit. ic If-contained REAL ESTATE AGENTS AUCTIONEEE8 nril liiv St-RVEYOES Phone 1610 ri^nUltona Building •



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Tia'BSDAV, JVNI l, Ha BARBADOS ADVOCATE I HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON -|^% FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES LtTsctST rue Lova tew**. Sevan*/.. I KMT VOL/ ALL *V 7X G*B CABIN. BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG PASwOOD. jv*u. *ou HELP ME WITH TH= i r-M rk-—V" 1 FLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY OM. FLASH/ THIS 15 UNBEARABLE IP HE OH\y HAD A WEAPON TO PBPCND HIMOELF JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS h RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND i^"V : ^>. SOASS UKS THE CCvPfcfi %  fix L >>TJ cov.8 ca TMS 1-^— %  THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES a rut moutm mm suze ttmuo mt unui.S! it* AHDA ui urvneuee rn uxei 'ton fat? \ Lrw* Lady-make sure... |k* J^% dontyouguess-7 UseLISTERINE' -.it's the best/ qua tin Hub my *" %  — fa I torntcM o* mux* '.,.-_ %  .1 bMNM A.1. While LiPifMut pan*tram t the ( ihin It carafuilr wlicmlm gradiaoii, |>failaal* balanced 10 gi.* %  polUhiajiaadclaaaaiag 11 bout d* o0tr MtkW 1 *iouih!**1ii ti.>h B*T atlaa eaaaf WkalM, h-adach*, r'MMMtxpa**' JMaafcad raal a* llul "lirad-ouT (aalaaj. TW' "ha Iwa*la t .l ,.* M. DadaT. Ki*l-f POa. FW. Kkfaay rUU ha* ,m WJOWJ a daa* It* MMiifcfa| aaia-M and ascaaa aod. faa i' i-Miai aad *)*• • a *aa<* taW-W*'.—rkkana. Ga aa |aa ii k< i DadaTa Kldw P k tha Ua -WaiwKi.ll-.adK.M.i'-r LaraaWfcal • pJU-1.7 alaltanajaMaa. Jiff Be Youthful, fit & full of vigour MM A MM .OB-liralHID. lu> na, Lr*n*hHk. k anan* ur. ajm 1 ai %  •uiM.u, >J .,,(.! W all rS Vila bnu rraulari' Take BILE BEANS —much better than a laxative IT'S DRIVING WITH A SMILE AFTER CALLING AT THE [cssoj SIGN IT PAYS YOU T O DEAL HERE SPECIAL offerc to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only •HI'M'IAI. Ol I IJIS nrr HAM uviiilnblr n( uir IfrnntJir.% Tv-i'cl.ilr. S|>iiy[its Jll.rhrrt; Th^ry, KMptffff ( ordlil I.M 1 /5t* M l.'inon v,.., ,. u, 1 .9" q \^y^ Winon Rarlry WU 1 VI / MMatotl r. JI / Mil ...... 1 in I>Ul.li II,. 1 rj .i.i./. .1 Mcatle*i *ii> rad FrvJU i:v..imrald Milk %  ... I'ti-pjrrd MiKl inls C'olmaiu MuaUnl Knift Muilard VeHaM M • m ii. JI JI .2S t'lilvenal Can Openrn J.W D. V. SCOTT ft.tovLf THE COLONNADE I. II C < Thr P/BM H*r.. fontHullar Uuvs liirthrr (Waiiir<->* €l Of Human Bondage W. Someraol Maaghan Although it was published a quarter ol a century ago. Of Human Bondage remains for very many of his readers their favouriw among all his novels. There is about It a ficsh intensity that has never ceased to make an irrtsisiable fcppeal. It is obviously based on his own observation when he V..-.S studying f'>r the medical profession, and hii heroine—if such a word may be ued for bar— remains one of his most vital if erigmatic creation In character. ON SALE AT Circu 111 stances H\v IV. Hiiirr*.ef Mnii£il.tii Creatures <>f CiTCUl publiriMd in 194V. it thai n-ham's now short MoriM offered to the public. It includes The Coloi tr and The Kite. These t0 MoHi which appeared to arou.se oven rroitTtteMhor. u. id adml than usual became the btMtl oi I film named Quartet, in which V 1 brief personal appearance. ; ADVOCATE STATIONERY HilOAli STREJET t wn UiUVSTO\>. %  Tarllf. I i



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BUNDAi u i.l ST :i. lsj -.1 Ml\\ \li\i)l i I PAGE TIIIRTH v 10 DEAL HERE ar nQri6 and Credit Customers (or Thursday to Saturday only Mil" il Ililllklar ,il .Mir lh.iii,liis Wlnl. l';irk. l'iu--ilsil-_ S|ii iylrlsl.... % %  mid Sti.iu Sdcrl I'llt: SI'Klill AL *'OTTS SALTS — Lurir BMM SAMS — Hmall .. AMIIKWH HAL 1H — Lanr AMIBKWS SALTS small MlVlllOLATLtl 1.1MACOL — Unr MIMlltll.UI l I.IMMIII. — Snull PUIN UMAOOL — Larir MAIN LIMACOL — Smill .411 1.1* .It .4* 1.12 .S .11 .41 111 .4*. .Ill .1* D. V. SQTrTTT& Co. Ltd. Broad Street ftJT fSS LE£...) -3T r_i POL'CK. X STIU. 6*v ijr /A*V... IT'S fiCT %  ^ NCC'IE Aff-IA 0 CT TS /TO 6S mnm I vnleli tfw rhicf characters are an Jtti,„ (J r ,, w [rl w ITI hiiil w.h tiiey hair and unpleasant ereutii < %  kiv ,, '** I one mmission and is rewarded by the love of a beautiful iiMcwoman. i\OH Oil i,|, l HII i|| Al\. 4>** M **4.* M ***.*4.4%. ^"' — X M U l H II HH O .. %  ^ MHM MM *0.)O MM *0 fMM **** MMfMMM M '.'.'.'.%;', *.',V,',V,',',',','-','.-.V.V '• v ^'S** w AVOV/'A'///AW>'*V ^*^V//IWIWAWV/>WI'''/*'/ THE PHANTOM BY US FALK 8. RAY MOORES .•.•.•.•.'.'.'.-.'.•ss.'ss.'srsr SMORGAN'S PORK SAU.V SMORGAN'S CAMBRIDGE'".;' m Ds SMORGAN'S OXFORD SAQ," l! ^*Ka8|| SMOHCAN'S FRANKKIJRTJ,.-,-' j|* t h „, Tomato Sauca II ' ^-ESUiE IMI'KRIAI. FRANKFURTER., IMPERIAL VIENNA SAUSfff ; ^->-^^ati-ll-oz. I ANIil'S VEAI. I.OAF |^rw--jo-osoj < t l!f BEE! LOAF 12-


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rivo UAISBIOOS ADVOCATE TIKKSI.VV. JIM It, MB QaJub gallinq By The Way By Beachcomber AT HEARINGS ON IRAN OIL CASE D R I-EONA' i %  I %  L>;. Hi ban eorlici %  ua ami is sta.wiv; wi'h hi* irlativra at Ave. H>-: i A Daughter C fcTULATIONfl m -.ibons oit I M i.er and bib* ;' %  aid ited thefi i.xth %  in mil of AIM OX. Re.union T HE Queen's College old girl. held "heli Annual Pn (Mraoon. Rd(. %  M ts> pteeaal day girls won. Randall, the Head; ttH glrto I PMBOI n ma afarlow.f/nttrnatlonal Kxcl%uivt> i\tw Appointment A MONG the passengers l*\ivTtnig nMardH UM • it' %  -. %  %  ID, by were l>r. and Mr*. Olive Weslc; a Jan. hoU la) She expects lo IK* nere ur. Vfaab .. weeks sUjlng at [tldftuojftngarbaoM for the pest Mvtntcc •\ Worthin:-. ; Also holidaying here u a guev I ym,, ;it ludramer is Miss Muriel Sealy has now gone to take up of TVinidad who arrived last week appointment r l Surgical Reali11 W.IA-. nnd is siayins loi lnir of !hc University College Roipltal. On Bueinesa FRED KASTMONI). .. \', T Al KlNS Meager ubadlan. rwiuem in the xYL ' *' Barbados Co-opcr,USA. returned to New York on HW I A.. V.B PUer.o ipendtai %  %  holiday aiaylng with Mr*. K. Alleyne at Dolkrllli Road. He is a civil servai.: I to the State Insurance Department in New York. ASKED Mr. Justice Cocklecarrot hi> pinion of a recent i tiling l>y the Lord Chief Justice who w.r.h l .l. 1 ..>.nx here f.r lnat ..^ ljnnol u ,„ n%i(1l rw) „ rinjr nt the n^^j1 Cockjecurrot said: -MuiaH* mnpeel .o return lo eWMl thlg and i. meat cannot be conaM1 < Ared ..s fish. What Is nauee lor %  as the whala K (lKurjtiveiy speak mg. sauce for the reindeer. Though lime with General Foods in the you can fillet beef, that does art l.iw.-sto.y. He Is *bu> mwrj Lng make It Dialer, any more than run. I thcmlstry at Sir 0 %  "ge frying whitlaji will make It veal. Williams College, ourt* penbaa. Cost are v*!VLcavcs p 0 r I] K brata, oysters invertebrate, yet B f uevmin ,u* Yorksiu,,. pudding could be A to. Ltd.. tfatnmL--inn Mer h* ais „.rved w.th haddock, mint wuee a.-t.-mpanjed by Mrs Cheeai j.n with lobrter. mayvinaiaa with railed for Englarui ye-terd.y by ateak and kidney pudding and gA W.ilemsud" <.n a Ulr.ee* rhocoUle *auce with -ardines \isit in the Interact nf his urm. Yerwg'ajvra Pasted B.Sc. FlfUll \l/HE*f the Pood Minister said -pitE results of the ClW^ow YT that butler was becominR X University Degree txsmina* a luxurj' he might have added tiona ai published In the Olaaiow that what it called butter in the Herald of Mlh April. 1S3. Include nhops M often not butler but ,. •aa name of Mr. M. A. Rootieford, rather na^iy chemical substitute a Barbados student, who obtained One taste of real butter will tna Cuua ifa swu rs In the nnal provv the truth of this. Yet I vxamlnatlon for the BSc., In Cietl '";* ol country pcopta a*o Enajneering. m ** rtr own butt, and lve Mr. Ruchefoid wan educated -il * b V> JJ* -hamicsl tu t for %  t. Gllea' Boys School and helr lamillea because youag |ir>ilarilson Colleax Ha stsselaUia w > ikuSS^ssTtn tK '**^&r£?KZ "zzr.x y ou *; and waa Proalme AecaaaH in the "*£ "*?' ta d ,•*• nd "*' • uw rt " tn# healtb-glving propertle. ^ frasli meat. Sponsor this programme, my >oily grocers. BARBAREES FRIDAY 4.45 A 8X1 P.M. iDIAL 5170) AND CONTINUING DAILY PLAZA i itE OREAIEST ADVINTUaE* Of THtM ALLI The FIGHTING OF LYNN HELENA RICHARD GREENE .• Patricia Medina thus recai.iii)' Unwklns Prise. Mi notheloiil was granted iiw.1 under i <4onW l..lo"1*V' r /'"• %  # :IMCI Will: o.h. m.-In 1MB lvT" 1 "'"""n * mport and received hii train'.i* at UJe AT 'he' r '.alnal.lr specimenare Roval Technical College. CJlafgow, fuKge6tin that traffic lights •vhlch in alWialed 1c Glasgow should t floodlit to atti.ui t'ni\e.*rt' foreign moths. Just as the Fjlgware-road is to be tloodlkt la Retired MkatllUUt iMract toreien visitors Why not uiitr • .red Mu.. noodl 'nl %  • foreign it!.', attract the native..? II, ,ne t.mive tl the lady SadfM fa(r| h RIld I fairly happy i "Mair Liehl the noo" i *e a famous oceaiion to oh Mackenzie. pea* i Alter a Month ML „had spent iboiit ... c .* woek*' holiday staying at Stafford jj* of the Ccneral HrupJlu', Ifouse. .,. With C.D.C. W/.V |J ETURMNO to Dominica on w XV Monday night by the Ladi B BC to rran| a mef tii ana Mrs. J • •_ t^w,^,, „ broadcaster who h "&**£?£ Z£ J2£? lMa '"" past few weekholidaying ~* C'^crnhank Hotel Mond.i Kodney asaf C inaajwm i graceful thought 'ii, Mr. 1 radi. 346.216 ho has answi nuestlons. The woman back i [ht for Antigua on a Colonial D.velrpment Corporal,. He expects to be n Dominica wnrre he Is c* hv.lro-elffr'rit project. Back From U.S.A. V MONG the jjussenncis Nfsjsftl^ ing home on Monday finsT. "i f %  %  > Pi Itko wore Mis. Annia Parrii <>i i. U St. Thomas and Mrs. Edith St:>nton, mother of Miff, !.. V s-t-li f SKc.tourm-." Two Mile Hill. Spent Holiday Factory Ltd.. was a L "" I !" n owl -, ,, will ask the man why h by the Lady Rodney on ^ Mr^Callaaban I. employed wdh. ^^ n „ |hw abiurd T nu# tlon and the man will ask the wmn. why she has bothered to mi... them. A cackling audience, MIUI an applause-leader v.-ill be in attendance Life'* //*.. fA.jf "W-iSllS *d Mrsl'wTlKr': reiuairtTXo A MAN who bred .". brlgh, li-,Vrtv. I Monday night by ihe i-ady ** .'••'> mouse h. F; ;t in -15 Yeart DACK i taibadoa aft abs rrrty five years Is Mr. J F Hinds, general foreman De Accltcs nii'nnnma. lie arrtvRector Frosn Benttuda EV. O WALKER, nect... South-mp:*", in Bermuda. R i eompin I. eek I HoletowiL, Si On Routine Visit A. R STARCK, QBE KmsM' in the io"snend about R#UnrY % %  firr Manning about two that It was eaten by a nlnk %  holiday staying .it the There was a lift-porter in Bay-iJX.-IIU dl""ll ^,1.-1 ,d U staying 5JS" iniKsii.ner Hotel." water who bred a scarlet mnli Alto returning to Bermuda by One day. as he was exercUine ii tho same opportunity were Mr. on the pavement in Crnne-eunirr and Mrs. If. S. Halaall who sp. nt was run over by a tiny PeruviMbeut six weeks staying at tho %  aiilkma n in a tartan snw ck n Trmle comMarine. riding an eight-foot-high Heetrsf M R AND MRS HAROijjcOLE todja, sj^TfiglsNiTigrtgig to Trt"R" % %  % %  Maaajjer, T.C.A. iriCyCf „ T CT ass. and their daughter frn dad. arrived here, on Monday by \M*. H. BAXTER. Bealdent iUOllWOgD •ninldnd reiumeo l.wme r\ MoriBC. Airways from St. Vincent on 1*1 Manager of T.CA. left en day by B.W.I.A., after spending %  u routine visit and Is staying at Monday by B.W.IA.. fo, Trinidad holiday. th do ergecutl/e '.' '.V V A. besides %  rork la UM Rt wag irhiri-icd on the 3rd Scptem. i %  'hters—Jane) I %  % % %  i in ilu-ir i .lists whenever pMttbla in welfaic work omnnff peooVt. She Is the tint s.-ietary of the and has been recently •praatnt the AsBociation at the Caribbean Confcrcnoi 'o be held in Trinidad in August %  'n %  rear "* Delegate This Cotilereiuv ii first of its kind and Mrs. Warn, is almost certain that it will in-" •i success. She also thinks thu the "Y" should go far in helping the vouni women %  tl colony. Just over a year old, th, "Y" lias helped many girls from the country who are working in the City. The Cafetcrlu provides hot lunches for them at reasonable prices and at the same time i-fTen home accnmmo'lHtioiui away from Iwrn*. Mrs Ward's desire is to assist as much us possible in making it a real service to all veiling women—both in the island thoag abroad—who are desirous of making use of Ihe opportunity oirered. Miss Marlon Royce will be a ••Kcial Leader at the Conference. Mni. 1). II. L Ward is % %  %  .-iKii senior Had MatHbai nf ihe World's Y.W.C.A. Other Acllvltiea Mrs. Ward is Districl Commisr. ,. r oi ilie (.ii i dudes In the Parish of St. Philip; she Is a member of the Commitl o of the Association of the Blind and Deaf and slao president of the Olympin SJB rti Club. Sh? toured (.rennd.i with the Netbalt tram In 1150. holds the Life Saver'. Iiadge. Because of „ deficiency in one of her children, she continue* to take increaalng interest in th' Association for the deal and blind She thinks that every assislunce lioold be given to help tbem to help UugBssgng, By helping them they woi'ld makirnof., mi %  u Travel She V'silt-c ilu* V S.A. for > t l-rlod of six month* for Ihe purpose of entering her daughter. Heather, to the Medical Centre Hospital and John Hopkins Hospital. While she was there she Md the pleasure ol hearing M.-irinn Anderson In person and •several other world famed artistes. She has also visited British Cu.an... Trinidad, and '.lenadi. Mrs. Ward is of on athlotlc build and a pleasing personality. She likes her work and takes a keen interest in Social Welfnrv. Her hobbles are tennis, swuruninit. dancing unrl dressmaking, and she is %  specially fond of smart clothes to v.'hich her figure and carriage do ample Justice. %  r u r i IC" f ft T r i ? >H B *i IS •• i • (3) I I <•>> a. Li.Ven Aattsa I Snowdrop, IIM (Si i H<-\ u.. JO VoVli nod T. I gg r 3iH1a'. Z, '*. M ^Mi-lh1 'jb.loLiSly. I4I %  gaaj l. IC*.-|rva* in iltiap rBCiaaur*. |U J (u^ruiinlui "., f.alect. If) 3 % •jenrh n*ke 11 •. uiuat l" '•' %  *• %  "• pC#. 14. i f-oio -at 11 .• is chasm, is, To Oain U %  !_.... 1*, II. >ld Ifl itWr Hi 11. slap in ib* gia ares*. <•) |. ifcio* a inui*i arama Has. ui 11. o-t>i-rrrBW MT onion as*. Rupert and the Toy Scout—32 Listening Haun fTOUB PBRHONAI. HOROSCOPE FOE PERIOD JTJNE 19—22) AQUABIUa Let other people make decisions and speak Jan. 21—Fsb. IB their minds at this time. Enough for ygu to watch and wait. There will be an)f> f.Iiportunil.v for you to express your ln-*^ •!i\ idunlity at a Inter date. Be watchful of casual friends. Moon < iniiuence shows a change of trend coming. There wlU bo a business profit*, to DO mad-too. Even though you may feel like chnnging your mind be very careful )>efore you decide. • • • Kldest son shall hear of news of profit jd, Msreb 21— April 90 "" %  shall come from a far place. This ls^ n very lucky period for those who ore interested in business relationships etc. •* '.'he other person is not looking out for" vou btit for himself. • • • at. Take th.ngs quietly, all jou followers^ of the BULL. There may come much to surprise you very shortly, but the signs all point towards something pleasant. A so. clal occasion coming soon shall relieve an lap otherwise rather dull period. • • • ^ Vou must try hard to be always construe-^" especially where you have dealings Wtth relations and with casual friend* Remember thai more things than goldjg* glitter anil watch your financial state during the coming days. -*• • • This is a very for:unate period for those who are In love, as the Influence of VENUS _„.. U_.. _L_1I L^. !" FiaCBS r*l>. 20—March 1 ABIaU TAuaug April 21-May 22 OEaflNl May 29—Jane 21 CANCER Jans 22-Jaly 83 LEO July 2* Aug. 2> VIROO Aug. 23—Sept. 23 is very strong Just now. You shall beai news of great joy and there will be Information that if used wisely, shall profit* ..i\ urII though not In rash. ^ • • • nusdo up your mi ml ulou jfL i HI carefully sum up no and cons. TtH second daughter Is especially favouredjd. just now. A very lucky period for those^^ horn July 24. 26. 27 and Aug. lsi and 2nd. • • *: a> This is going to be II one v t period of fortune and you shall o< their Joy. There shall i>e %  BaesdL when you wonder If all la worthwhile but^ n rou bear up and keep on you will see tint all will turn out well • • • You rnusl be careful of your linancc* Jusl now as the.' mild be %  loss lo you if you._i do not width all angle*. Rash specula-^" tlon Is never wise and you may have to pay the piper if you arc not careful. Blue is very lucky—wait* not -o. Hf • • • You must he willing to let your dcar^ friends have the spotlight at this tlme.*T Let others express their views and ideas You shall profit well by so doing. It 1*^ never too late to learn, so do not be de!" pressed if things go a little wrong. • * -*: The arrival of a friend from overseas ~ shall come as a pleasant surprise to you. Remember that a word rashly spoken may w cause vorv (treat hurt and cost a lot to^ take back. Lucky birthdays are Nov. 24, 2S. 2. nd Dec. 17, IB and 19. • • • n.n^sa Vou must not let critical attitudes and >?{rKrai prejudices block your opportunities at you Dec. Sl-Jaa. 20 £ LW e „ chance ,„ profl we „ durln M ,H period If you are wise and do not art rashly. The day after to-morrow shall be of especial value. &f ********* LIBRA Sept 24—Oct. 23 aoomrio Oct. 24—Hsv. IS BAOITTAlJUg HOT. as—Dec. so q o c eeepas m ooaaaaa M ***' Tiir 4 > p HI TliHi—.. 4 10 l.,lly S.IMK-. 4 IS p m N I" 14 pin "r.-rdlan Nuilr. Tl" NN I IS p.m. Stow. TlV Nera, Tl>>. W IWrnlal s tse s sB -> .. r Tew Taa knst but is very ssanwd As ha tueaft away irmra is a call .asar at lusts, fted Was rssw op. "HaBe, Raaort, sssssfa't re* BkMS, m*T> AM dM i*-ssur> a %  II hiil > " Thay'se all asae *' orpss Rupst-n. "I esa'i initii' •ho ha* uktit thaftS. Sania d -• m*ii hava beiii, bcume th* raindear hate JI*O up ih* hay." Tiny pauM in tenatarnilion. "We'd htu*t g*i tiniMd aad 'ttara laser." tmspatt WOM Bsdi ii his o. ,' i ( KUMII neiior* %  itrsagt hooi m.rk. "Can thaj hi*t been audt r a mrio>tr?" tot thralu. cask Just ttwvi**>tl CHILDS PRAMS AND PUSH CARTS PUSHCARTS *' %  •* U\M 0.M rRAMP ta.at MADE BY THE I.EADIN'f'. BRITISH MANUFACTURKS. 4,4.11 I t Use Oo i goa gt l osass, um vi a as p kt. Walt* DKwy'> seno or Tr seira . -;i > i 1,1'IIVM a \ORum urga lOMvm John OAIU'IFI n HDNIll i.*TI PUS 1 DoMbht I or trRAs I %  *• %  1M CANTON -losa ostfk' StSSHW.i a... n. < %  ivy>y/.vvir//. y aosM ds! T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL -22C YOUR SHOE STORES WAL 4604 Safer Roads! DRIVE SAFELY NOTICE "1 We hnve much pleasure in announcing that our DIRECT flight Irom GEORGETOWN to BARBADOS on Thursdays, will be operated from 19th instant and BARBADOS lo GEORGETOWN on Fridays, as from 20m instant. 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West Allies Must Stand Firm Before Russians Anthony Eden Tells i House Oi Commons! < AH ,% \ i VII.H A<< II;\ r LONDON. June IK. Anthony Eden lo-day lold] Big Drop Realised In Steel Output British Foreign Sterct;: Commons that the West mill pricks in Berlin. He sa,d "our respons.bilnv il to re'ui tirmly our nghls and ,., .,.„ (tc , pinpricks. 1ms wc!.,,, | .„„... fl is for us to be firm in u.e fn Inpricks. Labourite Arthur Henderson had asked Eden for a statement on the recent events in Baa lin to which Eden replied with a brief account ol the ij inning ol allied patrols from in* Autobahn between Bulin and Weal Germany and other western Sovti .„ Berlin Fden said he Ihought the situation in Bern v/u a it showed that Britain received on from Russia bv standing llrm. When Leftuing LabOttrtta Sid-— ney Silvprman asked when Britain would call a Conference .f sieal, powers Including Communl;.. China and India lo irv to settle! all matters threatening world. '1 ITSBUhCH. June la. Iv.ce programme, is Imping Communisls Charged With Sabotage price in the rar East. Eden replied that Oovfrrimrnt hopes there wUI l.. an arnustlce In Korea followed by discussions on a political settlement in that countryThey consider the most hopeful course to try to settle the Korean.„ question was first to prepare the i-i-m inn Cnrnmn-i way for a • %  stttlemenlTf other problems in the Far East." He told Sllvcrman he WHS "not without hope that a solution would t-ventully be found for Ihe prisoners of war Issue holding up a settlement in Korea. Prime Minister Winston Churchill was drawn into the Korean question when a Labour member asked him if he would call an immediate conference of fill United Nations taking •..: %  In Korean War to discuss the present situation. Mr. Churchill replied "that this constan; exchange ot views between Governments whose force* are taking part in notion In Kore- mid :i formal conference does not seem nocesarrests of villagers who opposed aary," %  t nation. Questioner Norman Dodds ask-' Ea the Soviet state how much longer we are |7one protest*, nt bishops admitted coin*? to stand meekly on the ihit the border area is belnp sidelines whilst American chiefs evacuated decide our fate. Is il not a fact lhat mismanagement 'f the truce t.lks could result In this country being drawn into a third World War and ii it not obvious that this country and others should tie represented 1 *" Churchill merely replied that it Is not anpropn;ite to discuss s urh difflrult .es.—t).P. No A*lcn?pt To Dislodge 45fh Div. SEOUL* June 18. Communists gave up their attempts—et least temporarlly-to dislodge United States 45th Division soldiers from three hills wet of Chorwon. Ki, : Mi Army hejdquarteri said the usual Red attack did not material.ze"last nUnt or this morninf although Rci's continutd pumpMig artillery ante Allied positions. Meanwhile the Fifth Alrforr* was grounded owing to i ::d wcuther. A eommuniuue said ;. cloud mess moved down iron. Manchuria to cover the entire Kore-i-. peninsula. Only iecoiinaiss.-.nce planes flew up to 6.00 p.m. (S.00 a.m. EDT) Ground war slowed up tor the tint time since June 12 and 13 when 45th Division troops captured the hills. The army said thai shelling provided the only activity along the batttefront. Reds had attacked like clockwork nightly in vain uttempls to recapture hill position.*. Bottles usually lavrd until about 3.00 a.m — UT. cant, at • I M4.HQ0 ton-; cent, of the mil. Mi>ai of these hj> independent unions Wednesday ini \2 < p. > %  ': %  • Only I %  %  nth bill fM MM of Philip Murray's C.l.O. united *t eel-workers are striking. Government ii trying deanerately to work out a programme (or some steel plants to produci materials vilally needed for mi) itary effort. White House says considerable progress ha-, been made in conferences with com. pany and union spokesman. Soviets Build-Up Air force Strength • %  %  %  Jet fighter* have htepped up the I [at iitha V> i %  %  %  n I %  Ra aii [ore* i I'OIK r.MAN takes evident > %  (niii.n.-. yesterday. runt wherl .f the The American Iro.. Institute says thai ttrtkl this year have 11 of 5,500.000 uiM of steel. It csti.i. ates the total will increase 262.000 tons each day the strike cmnllmm BEKUN. June 18. informed source, MIJ that the %  RBI Certn.m State cli.irgcd more 'nan 100 Communist officials with wibotaglng the government'* ilans to evacuate unreliable elements from the sealed off zone along the East-West Gormnn border. ~ STOCKHOLM •'_ West Berlin Socialists said the "O'TJEAUX. France, June 18. Sweden tonight replied to uv East Oertnan governmen*. In an The violent hail storm which Russian protest that ;. Caflllna orlort in place tli_responsibility raged over Sauterne's wine growplane Hew over Soviet territory for border clrshe. l n which farming region for the second cont >nd nred at a Russtnn aircraft on and villagers fought police with neculive day destroyed an e?.Monday this week. The Swedish reply which Hkttt Razes Wine Otop r/Queen At Her First Ascot Meet Royal Hunt Cup Wan? In Successive Years By Filler Sweden Sends Stern Note %o Soviet Union 18 axes and scythes, ordered an Intimated 80 per cent, of vcstlgatton of Communist office crop according to the authorities holders in fifteen border area* V incyards at Bomes. Suutorne*. where I'ertv battle* rrged. It wai Pivlgnac. Fargucs and Idngon all Muavad that Communist officials reputed for their high quality pre facing certain ouster and pervintages were the most affected hans arrest. are 14 with losses to wine growers The investigation of Communist running into many millions of officials proceeded along with the Fram-. It la the third year In succession that Santrme'i vlMyarda wart badly damaged by storms—I).P. Prisoners Br-ak From RedGomrade* rlrtit. ami tho East ftprman StltUtlO!!.— V.V, Princess Margaret Sings At Parly LONDON, June 18. NEHRU GOES ON HIMALAYAN TREK The East German New-. Service AD.N. Mid nn Mond'iv that the itlon reports were "libellous rumours." Grolewhol mule adKOJH 1S1JUJD, Korea. June 18 mission in.nnswer to the bishops' Three hundred and forty nonprotest against evacuation which communist prisoners bolted from the Bishops said violnted human Red comrades during a breakup ,of 5.600 Communist war prisoners in Uie once unruly Compound 85. United Stales Second Division %  oldiers on guard duty with fixed bayonet* %  houtad entour.igemont U nonCoinmumsts flung their licd-starred cap:, in dirt and fled from the ranks. One of the pn=playad wounds apparentlv received in a recent beating by Princess Margaret played the Communist strong arm squads. piano and sang for the guests of But the movtmenl of prisoners to her sister Quaon Elirnbeth II. in fltfe hundred-man enclosures, Windsor (:•.!!. 'i.r,dr. ajgttl oUsnrw l aa Wii-' without incident after ottendlnr her Hist cnrklail Allogetiier 56.000 of 80.000 Cornparty since the death of her T.unist prisoners on Koje have father. King George VI. now ottha* boan moved to smaller enclosures or their compounds Friends say s he has a good searched for tunnels, weapons unrf voice and plays ihe piUM "very Red propaganda. Almost 1.000 well.' She prefers popular turys prisoners have boiled for freedom to classics.—U.P. during shifts.—UJ. Vlalik Summons Meeting Of U.N. Security Council UNITFD NATIONS, New York. June 18. The Soviet delegate Jackou A. Malik summoned memben "1 the United Nations Security Council lo n 3.00 p.m. E.D.T. session to-day to hour Russia's germ warfare charges. Western delegates on the olever.-i'ation Council are expectiently through Malik's argument before exploding it as big lie' 1 propaganda. As prevdont of Cuunr-l for June. Malik called members to Aral mat ton since April u '-> the KrOgnUll proposed dcid that -11 cou believed to reicct the Sov protest was handed over to the .in %  -.. n Ambassador here. rhreply It was believed also pressed for a Russian reply to Sw.dcnown earlier protest ftVaintl th.> shoollng down >.f the CaUlioa by Russian planes on Ihe same ., M %  i Swadlafa plane Haw ovi i her territory and opened fire. An Informed source said here tonight that the Swedish reply was on* or the mot.t sharply w changes ever Ix-tween the two countries. In Washington. Seer, tarv o* S"i* li-an Ach.'.on tnld i or*— II cnntm-iec he v iind concerned by the phool -"own or the Swdi*h idrplnne by Sovk flphtets. A'hf-nn irrmed the Sfiviel action indefensible When asked f comment, the BosEretary said he thought the principal comment hittl been 1 Ihe Sweru>h r msjoi II %  poarantty referred to the official Swedish prnt to sry how deeply shocked and concerned he was bv what hi* termed this indefensible action. —r.r. Korean Assembly Extends Term Of Chairman ASCOT. England. June 18. Queen Elizabeth II presided over her first Royal Ate rt !' ( %  • MMtins Tuetday bu! htr rporM (Iniihed ioh in a iiu -t 1*2. The young Queen v.i rii Invendni" brocwled satin rode In the Brtt coach oi tha Royal pncaaatoi) which paraded Sown the stratch, Then she went to Ihe padduck to watch the saddling of her colt Choir Boy A to 2 favourite in the first race but Choir Boy never ihowed much interest in the 7W furlong gallop finishing a poor 10th. Southborne an Irish grev own. led by A. Hawkins and ridden i rUchards won easily a> n 17 to I outsider. Flighty Franca bargain basement 11 Mv whlth ,*fatlod as a 20 'o I out•.:.!• un. Hi* i tg raea of tha day £2,500 >00i Ascot Si. Ciiidwll wi rloofcing second I vi i aii third anatbai bal' U-p ivr^-^ndwio I length behind. Jam:dcu. JiufV IH. H'llbty Fiances, a foui-ye.-.sUtetucnt aboi ti: % %  Ul v 1-* %  ' %  :"J "i Fi..nce out > "of ajewi mtngrVi lo i„. tjutek Fllgtit Is th. ArctIflUy l %  ^•w torn ^* *••-'"•* %  • Th •*". Wm leader]'• a The aenlr„ its ipiaraov* for tinaoeai on. A 'that ithaa on view i m tha House W Itontlon a had made the question of Wct Some of the dresses cost na much Indian Federation "a more rt.licat • %  >"> Flighty Frances which *.i Tha r ii.' ht by Mrs F. P. Jackson f... South Africa and they lte. 1B0 Guineas (about 15IHI (tP 1 %  M-vi. ()m ^CTMpondant writes: For ihe West Indies federal., !' M \ s^^d conseeutlve yearj liat chance would wo have oi M_ a A or MrCalmonl and 'coming full memlx-rs of Bi % %  li I omnionweallliV No c! Federated W.I. Haw No Chance With Dr. Vfaton BUSTAMANTE SAYS Of Camps' Location JM< WOK. June 111. ... :. %  ,.. 1 holdl Hod pii-ouem of war In North Ko%  ihey v live months ago. The United Nation rtanund waa atada in a not .tiite.t tO Corntnanlsl officers a a three minute llnuion meeting a M mwa site. The truce talks are U % %  The United Nr-iin lioie. atgncd b,v senior l nice delegate Mmnr Oenei H | William K. Harrison said that all racon mlssnnrp failed t<> baar 0U| in Hed chum yes'lerday that thev have oroiwrly m.nke.1 all '.:, lo prevent accidental air attack l>y the United Nat An ullted noU' add '"Mr ->( tiM snips' number* 2, 6. !>, 10 cc n t W %  potti i'r lei named %  vrr prisoner lists and n January .• ilx.not.iddcd. Ii -u tha ullrc 1 'ime In the month tttnt been halte.i I'.F. %  • am bet .i I l Ingrid Bergman Bears Twins long i ii'. Milan ha idad tha ROME. June Movie actrcsj Ingrtii I v.birth to twins hi M.S. Persse won tho ):•: •> <>,.-,.' physician Di I Hunt Cup here thia afterN.rdotir was ..ille-l at I U Ith a ally when Queen of [to rush to |ba Internal .. followed last year's victory ;i„| top itome'M Janlou] TUSAN. Korrri June 18, The National Assembly temporarily exteniliol the [anna f f i'* in ind \\ %  vka cii.ornsen i a move to he!-., solva the flCMilh ,, on ,w ww different pcisons or ^ . .1 laiA. -.^. i........ ..... I i .. South At11' an Governmen) y p | etalns hl< race hatrad, IK MB Sill IS Tfclai i. n rnce which flllic" l "* ran ; In. Oueen of gheh. hrlng up the point u, thai the stalling at 100 to seven began l Wet Indies would know where (1r lW UWi ,y from tbOM On the fai ibej Band rida and paasad l-i Princesae tw ,_. ,. ... I half furlongs nut. upon the voice .. %  ,. ,.,.„, u U „ U |) onwealfhT "I cun see no ptanda aide i ii in .i syslein only designed toi dlserimlrtn-| of ftheba gradually wen. 0 on ihe far snle She actress nan i Italian Director IteberU) has been tor thrt %  %  .. i. Asked If the birth had been easy Profi ... Nunl'ui,. ,nid Korean political crisis. Si.p|H>rtern and npoonentl '' Pretident Syngmar Rnee iainad i in-.,i Chairman P. M. sninuky and i men Kim Dong Song and Cho BonpAn in oHlce. !.,• action camp SB0r|ty after Chung Kyu:i top rankin< nHI employee of the United s i ii turned to his poM n'ler beinit mis ng toi 30 hours }{,said he had ban to "sea my mother" but anti-Rhee assemblymen said he hid out to avoid >'ing arrested "for political activity.'—t.r. bi pioxy la Juarec, I IIST Ingrid had oMauad .i dlvon drst hushand nWdUh | Pstar Undatronx II ui ilv Arlstophanaa went ""in (wlawquenily divorced Miss Bera> She apiMarad all set fo ,M "' OaUfatiBa amara m r ,.., ,. [ tn Meai ea n datraa am not recognisffi llustamantc statement follow^ ... in ed by MIG flrhter.i which OMMd are without Mllltaiy souiic, aald thev doubted rders how* .:\y backIred sfhen trrer sealou tuna. Air i laUcata aq i i ii arestern idiines. I m ire the %  i. %  iga'lon. .nd just whan it llyi-nc .-.--Wr. r'<-1t a.rt i nnv with that raautr %  b-lng improved and ah %  %  I Ho l dad Delegate %  %  ins is. tl i lo London thl yaai I i 1 i %  necessarv the lime IA lhali riiosal. Una which will begin .rul/ In %  %  %  ilnturcs, in. i i 'i meml n H i %  i litures. Onancial aspect settled. was completely ml the Geneva proioci euuawUuj tacteriologn.il warfare. Malik's BI atVa n Brhagfttg up the Geneva protocol ostensibly was to embarrass the United Suites which signed the document but refused to ralifv jt. Fresident Trumi.ii aithdrew it from Ihe I i : I i %  e Russia %  Mv -nd rlolatad its paper ana ol I ntw lap Sovie: dip'itniK esreping transfer in Russia's latent diplomatic shiftwas expected to give the Council. Iin iToorfJni elecUlr irain. ^ let It dl Ty 1*'.. I. cjiskt-rsjclrtert • Two girl students and a nineclaims that United state*; troops l t9n vear old y"u:h diui immedhadv.aged cerm warfare Ooserv-ilately under the wheels o.* th.i era here indicatedI thev vjld v 'rain when the tnotorman WJ< be sui-piised .f UV. i( ,,, .(„., |; tlnv Thica from his germ warfare chirfe to uU i eM ^^ a t the hospital, %  peat CommuniM propaganda Theacc.d%  • occurred during Six Killed At Railway Station TOKYO, I i Six pen-ins snare KUhd Arid cgnty miured when an ov< A Tokyo's Nlppori Hallway Station collapsed under ihe wnght of H rush hour crowd throwing victims into Ua Lou Costelto Fined $1.10 length frnm Hrunetlo with aaa %  length and a half i 'i rd. Then came Numttor a stable c m nan Inn of the socr.rul followed bv Ahraharn*S Star and Socrates ; foment . n" favouilte but %  INGRID'S DAUGHTER GRADUATES Comiu line about alleged ml of Red prisoneraf war on Koje Island. Althouf-H a ".pokerman refus d to discuss th !" ir plans for eountar* i attacking Malik'i latest claims. ATibnvsador F-rnest C.ross repres'l.ting the United States said "e wrong doe oi I % %  to-day. %  highway. J The sAarnci .f Mat De Ooc • aid Coitc.lo almost • *' %  I parked car i-ear his. home and \l\vn almost | Ing vehicle before he i lillcd. — I' f. Cuocn of Shsbr was m i most Important succethis Is. She Is a dauehtcr ol Persian Culf who I' i:salit-;iiulll r old-Up Gottg&U TB Aa'reflted roxo'S stcut CROP mSL 0 /: \ p/x TA TIO \s IP-" f-jr C NEW YO'lK, June 13 I Four youns men vmu Ulags -ly rnhb^d live hotels and . their SIO.WIO p;.-.e I:. I" I their courage, wore arrested and on % %  . J to tiie saaaatfa hire holdup" of I Mel £morsoi Detectives soid thai I POUT-t.I-'-SPAIN Tho oifi.'iial announ<.< %  lhat thf B -i %  lecturers JU-lton hou eaptura today said Trinldi ol i nat on durlrtc which taaay ran sugdi nop Just lOmpl ted f.-l! %  ..' .... r*d 'eh j u abwi of ncpeet I ">tal (J |b< and stripped gueston wa.s 137 358 to SeJBOO tons below the eatin it! thl fbeii haul lha real The cause of the drop has'sp %  !• '2.3W 11 n Bttnbuled to heav> ram la All four m*n >.,i taliowad by a avers) drought poitlclpated In ih ( four own I throughout lh P gr.ndlng season robberies in the past few •. I' r lap delegates of Britain, France and other western powers. Most nhsar^ars iieheved the western powers would offer a resolution callin* upon Russia tot NEW YORK June 18 nt^'.Lir^r^. 1 n l e "^ Ci,t: n n Sw l; r,n Nw Yorker, were the soot of iti germ warfare nron^ated 19 Die In U.S. Record Heat Wave ON A VISIT TO 0*N0TOK, capital ol the state of Slkklm. India's Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru rides a weary-looking horse across a 15.000-foot Himalayan pass, oo the Tltet-Sikkim bolder. He made tha uip over the Csngtok-Nathi^s road, the maio trade raata to Tibet charges. Russia hai refused to do so. Western powers also m'ght fol% %  ^d cf the United States Secretary >.f State Arheson who has cnlled RU StSl a' s germ warfare propaganda an ml •crime. A fonr. : dd be brought against thSoviet Union States today. on thia basu.—L'J*. tMcoru orcak.ng light" relief tod-.y from the record breaking he.,t thi rear thu had etgulfwl the entire coast, A cool Canadian air niai brought weleomithough tot ^r relief to the I %  i fiascastaii section of the United lands Ln lim except for late whi bUmldity combined to n terdey the most uncomfortable day of the year ;hus far for New Yorkers. The temperature reached 01 degrie-. Ffttn. The death toll across th States from the haai %  In K msas and Mir he t a o d in the Dakvtas that the heat arava fl) nccs for a good small grain crop. The weakly Federal crop Report suid the small grain rittutnon was "becold front vut reported today over the gnt B aa and moving aastst ud. nless this new front Is dispersed by hot air eomll snafl expected to aid In reisavlog i aughout the stricken area.—U.F. CfNTlt Of A Btnil CUSTODY %  ATTU, Pla UwUIr"srlth naf father. Dr. Peter Llndsln-m, after fradVAtlng ft<-.•Jvorna Junior High School In Beverly Hills. Calif. Pia, who bears a **rong renemblsnce to her actress mother, Ingrid Bergman, was chosen. u mak* lha oonuaanctmsBt addr&a. (Inter nod anal Stmndphotw;