<%BANNER%>







PAGE 1

%  AC.I I.KillT BARBADOS ADV'H \!l WI Play Lancashire Today A B i %  %  %  opportunity la ... %  %  i %  Johnny i anil Mlii i %  .... \\, i i No B %  %  ... I.I/.CI. ROutS Police 30\ %  %  %  was sen! %  %  V.M.C.A %  POLIC1 %  I : %  F SATIKI.W JIAr I i It 1 11(1 I LUi %  .'. win I 1 1 %  • %  1 1 %  1 1 i \ %  1 i %  %  %  %  %  %  •*tl %  %  %  1 them Iti", To | mi t-.isc I It* %  .i atroni wind itUi The Md NtW MORRIS-COMMERCIAL 5-TONNER WITH POWER TOUCHNISSREIIABIIITY t LOW RUNNING COST**" 1)133. cut: I •ISThe i bM '" Hun ui VM MM %  kottlai %  one at """• %  lllljev Ilti' lHie I-.-1 • .1 hW.il. Ill) lr.|. .in 021 %  %  I .111,1 It •ell to develop (Inn-nlurv making habit .it Ol.l Trsflnril ]n thl %  %  ' '' In ifloii. Ml| I Irei II v %  i %  %  %  %  Rut thr .'. | lot In %  keenly tuns. ljiiM-itshirr 187 and 182. West I: %  : 3fi Johnny Brian, "t bowllnj fame, dl the W. I —H t*em i "t— count veors l (r %  1.1, Fi. Browne dl< to lake %  %  i %  [ %  and I %  bowllni County plirt up 4W Makepear. :mri Tyldefl ThiW< for JIB. 1 %  fi,)'..-. .. .; %  i ii %  to Pernon h I MI I S arho had %  I) In thi 1 Wi I,,,!., 101 114 The %  'i a 121 i' |Uln tot etui Otmayktm l,ancn*hirp wai IM chempkx county i" ,; thileft I tha ISM M.I C % %  % % % %  r* dt Im unl) Idd Iha w. • i %  i ii4 for l an-i out in u> with ti Waal Ii die core at 178 Tut J wicket Thorn %  both of which %  sot his 04. out ol the Wi 2*n for B wt* kel Oomei on the IS I %  ended In -*. draw. %  .... / -is spiirklin.i wire %  I '•ithi pun to warrant lh< wo %  .<: "$a %  %  ""' B v /nios Friendly Foolbatt Association ri.ij.mvi-. ! %  >.. *eW. II A I" A KMl I FlMI Ihe l iKntKlirtri. A i i ,!.I. T WMiho tpmm i,%  I',,. 1 i Ii liasl.flhali Touring Team Leaves For 'Trinidad I tint Mulch Tonight t-l Coad '' % %  iterday ifteinoon for Tiintdai .: • •• l< %  Hi Somerset Defeated Hum Paaa i. -[ton to i %  %  n .'i .. Aii; on laas iihuBiii ..iti, n. m SanaaM I-I TOP I'll: •h..ii.i.brrll.M-. ron I*Jptr, %  BB wkh nrn I..I-..H Mi-I Mfldlr ifii: Trwnot i mi -ith Sannwi aaaival -I*rlin( 1 .iihlniU. U r„i II..II„HIIH: I 'XIK-M hr* lha*r Viuntwr Hiih imnnal hi .i.l,.r u .jiMi. Uft flr Haemal tr BOOKF.R'S iBdhl DRUO STOBF. itild ALl'HA PH/.F.MACY. II. M 2 p.., Haarj H JO pm Dw M . i . in ( i n,.i : MO pin Let pm. Thr N> rt %  aOWLDTG I A **.I Ol IN INM'AL KAMI; IM. %  fui Ml. •.[..!' The Weather TOIIA l sun Uaaji Ml n m Kan MBM C.IH p.m. Moan fLaal QauSar) im l.i|hlli -i.m.i MJII '1 pm I >.t ihlr,|iti| OI — flmiie I.MII Pha>s if \\,mi M0B|| . CVF.KITF COBBUOATtD SHFFTS r, r. *\ : ie LoaurUn \I.I MIMI >i OOMtfJQATtt BBBtn ti. T'. •, %  ", It* Lemtlho ?4 CkUBl OALVANIBKD C0BJ1OOA1B0 SIIF.KTS 6' — 24 Ckwn li \l \ AMSi:i) ItlllC.INCi & fa'TTIHlM. BSD CBDAJi BBBKOIdM Ma II No. S tirade* r < eiliuBs A PaHIUoni — IBSBBfOfl WOOD i I \i "in M 4x4' & 4 \*' %  lOO. pet M!, (out. lirrprool. Termite .m...l. 0*0 DO painted JIIV OtiSfJI, il ttal. WILKINSON & IIAYNF.S CO., LTD. Ml. I'll, "<• .1.71.1 BtBBSOjy 1 i>. Ii I very rime li.nl \gi I PMOOTIIOTE! VO 1 6EIV 45 u H) .l -,, -_ \' l Sj£ .(I llnr. S =5=E LANCE NRTBRS :O ESP--Thinking of Furnishing ? See (hese beaiides PRINTED LINENS 50 inches wide per yd. $2.82 and $4 23 31 „ per yd. $3 12 and $2.02 CRETONNES 50' wide per yd. S3.80 $2 40 and $2 21 30' wide .. per yd. $1.96 $%• %  onBndBBnnnnnBHBanHnnnnBnM V= N .'.= S / t-ESE V'ABE! V -I-E W-AT?0vE4_.....£_ L LET ( THE -vPROSEMx vou I**" 0,< T-.MAV Rjs; IT ScXT --s< 'THSV P6LIVER( STOV"r ^£I(^SUMMER--WE PAy OM IT SOES OS TUE HEA" V, Trl TJE REST OC TWE GREAT UNREAP-CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd 10, II, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET CALUXC Ml ul llil S SCOUTS /M/I7\/N .in./ /KIIMiS THE GIRL GUIDES FAIR i %  'I I. I I I II I %  OS %  I %  ,i Ml .... #f/#. BAHBADOS B AM AVIV CLUB PRESENTS THE HILARIOUS COMEDY -THE MIIIIILE WATCH" FOR THREE NIGHTS K MATINEE Bill. Till IIS. Fill. JUNE Miii !."•.. IUii MAT: nil. ii;n, TWO BOX ol I M is OVB2V l'ril> JIM 'III. at H a.m. I >IIMUI llll ATHI



PAGE 1

svn-Rn.w. JTVE i. usn B \RD \00: ADVOCATE Harrison College Headmaster's Speech PAG8 TIlRIi: Speech Day ing Mr and Mr* %  i ft boot, Mr Hm I M! arc on the boards behwu mr. i.n,i on :nose boards you will we vary few I re Harmon i no! win the blur Ribbor. hone . twenty-five year*. His devut,on to .he School ha. V r '*"' become a byword, and hu untir' i rour awerdi tor boys. %  .-onsiant source of .* could not however, pass from ; to me as I ,h commrni on thiSchool's intome actual '.'i further examples l 'ltual achievement without nf it fron Mt i,. Mi referenci it Some 01 'i hb latelj -iiii with u-. bui H he ".in lot CoHi-g,' ha suffer-, i toftM levera >'itly Mr Hiiskcll was imrntion of tboce hundreds of not only a revered II.Harrisonlj.ns who powea through but his mathem 'oi *hile he wi iradiUoo we could ill itfor • h was i man who-c life to lose: Mr Hutcl MR J H\MMOM> M %  •., *nbult'\oh\l l ^i!^tSr^ m TQ\hll l fe C *. r c >u >. Mr. C. A. Burton upprer nte the problcni J would make two comment' No w 1 l h d * abl > ull * >' Iji-ach be more i'tvlM I| ., one essB better usscss any man's '" 1n '' aaafjien dtpartmant, left attr-npts at Mtatfcm strength or weakness than his sueby Mr HulchinsonN death, tad jTbe moM serious difth-ulu la cessor. and from day to day my !" also^took such an interest In w'^picfuiv of numbH only i: llaaaaU "i>^hool football and rrtcket. hi ***h Sbrrnj. Thi; creases as I Mtrri to appreciate fdl compelled to accept a posior "" Sixth Form, is "-ire the debt both th.* "on In Tobago which offered him fl,,ld Modern Siv Si-hool and 1 owe to hu; ami a far higher salary and belt r 20 * number, and thai was ltl „„., uirilwrmor. thotsgfi I MVar knew conditions of service Thi Id*: 5E ow tlk *"' "' !" PW MI nsskeu H< ittr. I have -taff was most senou-lv rtjidahT !" -Pare hex, causes for thi* lleged in meet him a< 'rred Mr Archer left f. %  i ,,ir ro'npora'lveli ,-m,n. ,h,' to profit from that wise Hea. arsh ip; but I •ihouhi like to nay a had one of th< <-\.i'V Fifth tn*JE^tSZ!ZJl£^*" m &*" mbu to the work Mr. ni i MM for the kmdlirewarded b% WaUon winning "'"^ vl '•• nearer ntnetv! The wek-ome lion-. We Bartwdos Scholarship in Science "vrra*Inlate 'm-n the Pifth in '•'" ln*t July. Mr Sweet's unflagging lhr Slxth ?<*"*% ov*i the laul <^ierg>-. his balanced iudgment IT"' v ; "" tin ''^ n 7I ptfcanl TH:it means that we cannot %  xpoci • knew we were ... tlful Island—and we found sriJSjrNSS'fifaca? hvc pre Pa „.,i u for dbllliy (or Sctono Mchlm iriar. th^ Oepartment of Science %  'ii"l Agriculture to Harrison CWU2t isaged. and when it i"B could •v,iv in which I at honWe are grateful to so mamyou and we know it eould like scyiiu nm The task of a Headn Suevch Day Is u difttcult m final to „te-r between the Scylla or ii long recitation of hkctj ud ChrtStmai M. most of tvhtra know ChaiTtacUi Bertatlon arhlcn lucUnoui or bitterly s1 1 lo her we should be. i i ittampl Ni skin Scylla urst: Most fefrarartely College fully maintained secured the mvket Of r,-sponJ?*" ,nB ,roni •*> i. ..;-... i.-.. bow per annum, from Rani % %  CollegB irone, wanUnf Sixth FVW m I''iitention Fony-rri have applied for entrv fsj the Sixth Form this vear Rrmemb-r t v ';il m.in\ of ri.i ... three years in the Sixth %  te -nd .i m i %  %  %  %  I ii that w t i htfta %  Uowirui %  %  %  • %  a hi, i, v, ,n fcark %  i i he possible i'pp. Jthoui i trach eac S > % %  I m as on*. incapable of i. ,ann >t %  %  which will the present kfiajl i lion to the • 1949 which 1 tntotad We ofeuinad M i; 1.1 fuel tl to the standiini Of the • lion Irtlrr's Charter III IfCdfoi i last year stigma%  mrn '>p-> of i %  Tinwould nl liki (taruji r by gj rnenti of tl wtirk Wo tntnul to %  %  i turn %  a yean this has he*n made a vo'unlar* alterna'.v • • -I B| %  ... <.f the ITeal [ndli I to make it a compulsory pabjacl in th%  % %  djng %  %  rhi i Fourth wtd • %  higher pro portion take Sell roblsoa both foi out t:.tlon. our laboretorcflinpment and our Science teaching Staff We have the chance of i: our laboratory spai i leatsra b. •Ii. Depaitment of Sciture. but this will need mil ltl us and a -. i f it iet praeenl occupied bo tha Pi I.I u \<.n;'^ \ nl a ever, will attnar the problem of equipment nor thai of tearhlnr Stall Wi ahall fsrooabs) oarai 111 General Scienc to IS level for all aUMp ana boys In each Tins Ii IO hardship since it is f*Obettj edmaltati foi gnj t< who is not taking Ph^ to an advaiuPhyslei and Blologv f| will require rather fewer tenrhln** pfetedl and less apparatus %  %  ,11 %  % %  Arts legn you to fwemed we might have temporarily to abandon the teaching of Kte d to lack of staff .crr J^ ,,,,.,,. -"" !" .*"^"' h lm M s% ""' B .tnnd.,,1 of a* Form will ly tausht durm,: in, vnr> from lhl BllrKnd „ grtolnr pUUthe inner delail s of our emergenrfmemher alv, the Vrltf I y can Judge how deeply grateful difflcuhv of correction work in the Sixth Forms we have I>: <;.! %  %  This inrlude nutlirni4tli.il drstees thnuch not d^srre* in N'ateral Science* or Mrdlrlnr It is thrrrforHeaaaari thai Mr should in.h. I ill ii j mm |iuKor> ~nl.|i-.l thronrhnnt Ih. Srhonl eseept 1" the trleiiriSlxth xln.c an> . ulrnii. pesMel's lUirirulum must fee lart:c|> illcUt-d In lniv.r-.il. i iiniiri %  % %  TI : rare i-ain will Mleerj sabjei i its academic reputation in the nor to teach ... examination of last July. We Mr secured 36 School Certificates out %  pecialurl work Physic: I our English We an ex ceed for t.enernl Certificate Tinpr.hicn, u inter-raiatad with the new i.inn of fSara Certificate. We arctaking this snoiul MIKICIII bj volunLir' rlthcr (irrrk i i' • onally Candidates, and 26 Highi-i ltlgl| fortunate that men of such '' x ,ril "tlon. ami. 1 m Hire rightly so. It has.three paints In its favour which are overwhelming in my opinion ll intlateri to u delnite standard and will therefore be acceptable at any University In thworld, it Is m conformity with modern educe tlonal opinion, and it emphnsisev an intelligent approach to a queation rather than menfactual CCrtiflcalcs out of 39 Candidates ability have ioin..,l uV" and" In addition 38 Candidate* doing have no doubt that they will cartheir first year in the Sixth Form ry on the traditions" of their snt the Subsidiary papers of thrpredrresn rs But hero 1 should Hfch-r Certiflcote and only two like to InttipOM a serious word of ftiic sa railed to obtain Ceitxiwarnlnj i arrived hare last Sepi*M* M auceew. Tins is a good h-mlx-r and far the greatest part but the mere number of of m> worries has been : %  certificates gained is not of itself ing problems |j v Srptemljer next an accurate guide to the quality I shall have had nine ncatVcta ££.*££? ln"Fnsl' n nd of the achievement Analyston y teeehimBtaff to fill or tn SruOsie^'rJS n?r!iv '„f v %  %  h0 ten distinctions In ti to nil. thai h> n-nrh „ n .. third of Sl^n vearTof aeTis md twentythe Staff Please consider these ?*\T 0 h Th"t h ,s% d, V' 1 ;!" I i,,h s,, r'; : ' %  to ke5 hovs wh. ,v t ,Fi r_!';' nn T' ,h ] "'"-\ ,n L 1 P*" 1 "P"*-""* %  academic % % % %  c ollege of the West indie* Infernal Trimbles bud not reached the naci It Is the Headmaster's prlviJ think It is right that vou standard. A mere School Orttfllege on Speech Dav to boast I should know of some of "the cate is not an indication that a do not need to recite a catalogue internal difficulties wa ha* to boy is fit for Sixth Form work future Optraisln a mm it m ih.riral Third Inrm i Laaaaais *iii • llrrnjlivi l Srlenrr. % %  by the I %  %  Latin lo be ; nwal ram able and well proven ed ud I hat M % %  ttule to %  ii'l-'t the i.s.nt trend of irn Subjects at its expense Selene* Pre-mre i mo I irthei point I I % % %  mented on tin* pressure of Mani. Sixth Frms; we have % %  on our Serene I %  %  ate thai of thet %  '• %  2 Crickeier. In Soon ira cannot A | %  hjca i two n W Smith and ,i A W lllitl MM I • %  pert in trials.— %  %  'iitiirv in %  hool Kii" \ . %  w lucky with the wenthei MUj the Wickets, but WI pretend to have | pi In the san-e waj with ' %  %  in throuajfi Injuij befot %  %  %  S< hool Mann are bound K vm) '. but much can !*. %  done b] euthusiasui and priK-ti. • Too . %  School's reputation in School of 5Sn There was a grave threat %  hoiitil li.^e tit • I)., I toll School (o|> Mi ""t M ihi i xtfe Schc-.l eompletei) outplayed ui ii tha Ural match of the i pH ;-I ex. (ting return maten hernnd the final dratlnatlon i the up %  still i-pi'i i. %  lone wi i i id ur achie v ements w*a broke aii racor n ihe School \ sportfor the seATntti We domtnnted th%  't quite go pramh %  he i war Itvfaions One thin? he* i 'i//ieii me ovei athli tn \' a lime of the Sports there w*re •omments In the press low standard >-t Scftdoth I %  ,: i %  %  . • thfi „ ,t|. :he raffUlhL A A C. Clerire bent Vt" for the half mile anH ft tnnllv achieved L''fit l-i thr It A A Meetft lb I >r the 44H and b-.th Havna an i m INVIGORATING / You'll enjoy these REAL SCOTS BISCUITS baked in Bonnie Scotland at the Sunshine Biscuit Bakery, Glasgow, where cuod biscuits have coma !rom for over 90 years. Ankfor thtuefavourite* to-day: BsrauUnM pigasthn GlsflterWaan < mm sandwich) Shortcakt ibjq n Oaapa rffaf Kali t<-a i raamCralhsi Thin Wm(origtnaii SCRIBBANSKEMP LTD >>>Hh WVLMK. BARB & ROSS LTD Sffst Agmtti H. r. < Thov and though not record! I think i m our subject out mentioning oui prWe in MI db %  Clyde Waleott and C. W. WUI Engi-'i %  .. pleasure at Ihe rn i d ill eolltldeli, i Eton has playing fields Ulster BcfWd Tn tell you something of imme%  -•,. School affairs: \V\ .v IriM en S rtvirii sing ciuh wnlcri dnfeatad sgades s. %  citing eoA-ounni i % %  ed • .;:-, Ch \*hicb you h^\o heard We hat laCheea i rntroducad \ rt for i boys wh, N< gi mm M, a conUna tn ,ivi' iiur Seniors aha I i Musical ApprtH-iaiinn .me ooi rurjng daai a We ha\i mt< .1 a "float* %  I I.OlW. with which te start erne and to provide thi %  vtbixikv which n ha i mtta b rfcmt ii .. hope to ad I h future rears a se io B I I Scheme M which WJ \wll bu> iCssOOl Uxks in no* eondi th n younger tniys who nerd t em i of providing scnonl 'l -i it will haw repaid the tnin V U it helps to raduo the prrA'Mmj children with booki since without them rhaii an raverely handleappe laig-ly wa%tei* i rest on which will pt K rlj for the Slxtl %  tantaan rVaafed I 'in lold thai in. rot mam raan alv aj tart hi ii -I ii with ihe -,,i rt, School still lacks n School Mali" Vi .1 are sitting in thi n his tintiring penusienci I he .hanged his petition t.. n-r f. ft S. hool LArai, I'M, frhl otxHierl last fWr, though us empu -meli.,-. are %  woeful rammdai of the linanrtal stringency whu h rragtlpl us In meetniK even glai It 'i a, Vooi Exi elleni %  a most gei % %  !, u %  exami le bj % %  coming thifirs' conti kbul %  < lo ur Llbran Fun v l The B most grateful |„ you Ml ^^illjriK•ini would rlcome n help m • on Page % High Blood Pressure Kills Men & Women Twl.r > %  I..,IM> %  ..in-ii a. „.... au f f*r from llnth Hi—tl I'lfBaurr. whlrh ll a Mtil-ii..ui HI•*•., ihHl Maria ..i. ui lli> on... ,.( i hung', of IJfaad Ii Ihe rrm -auH •>( ninth i>ti truutiln %  i. Mm. %  ..I |M,I .l>ll. .ii..kra I'uui mon aymatOMS ..( Hi.h UICHM Craa %  in* srr NM-VOUM***, h.aila.baa ai lui 1 ""1 I'fi'lt %  < %  •'ad and above %  •*, K aaaurs ••> hra.l. -Iifaia.aa. aburi ralK. ealfta In hrarl. |i*lulldli %  • n( (IWIIIIH ( and •n*nr. MUMI) ... IT. -I f.-a. in.l Vurry U fttu J iiffer an. nf ihrv aimptufna. du i % %  > "•• '•*•< %  Uy. b*co-r *.nir Itr.„.- I... in rt,,*-, *,,,„ (form-ri* known .. H, „.„), . IiiiUknlil... -v.(v i..i u . Hlii_Jil. B -i i...„. t... nm <%..*,. %  %  • a h,.v> |.-.i ,.rr ih. hn. ..id %  !• %  .>"" '%  >•'••' in.r In a I.* daja llti -. .. %  from .,, i„ ,., IMB. Ii i psniuM te ma, U i r*ai Si arid aCfoi. u. unnii back. tli. tar* URKAY'S MILK STOUT WM L. \W ,, L' EDINBURGH SCOTLAND ICVI SOLE AGENTS — MANNING & CO., LTD. f u/iii.Ui.lif ,//if /'/f urn/ film i I/III/ //III> ant/ I,//llil/lll //H tin/. t'////if//ii• /mt/ftinm 11/ UKINSONS SIKINSONS. 71 010 10' D STRUT. LONDON. UCLA .0 STYLISH LADIES' and CHILDRENS SHOES Urdir. iii eTblta Nuhuek nd HU. k Suiilr All. Sl/iN IN NTOf'K. IASIIIOS (III \ I IONS IN KtAIIVMAIll 11KKSSI S. Iliui -IS. SKIKTH. SI.At KH. HOUHK 1/OATH, IINMs IHOIlTa, BBACH WBAB, Mi IMtOAIrtt A. muss snor. FOR THE HAPPIEST OCCASIONS THE PERFECT TOAST— CHAMPAGNE! FOR THE PERFECT CHAMPAGNE HEIDSIECK & Cos. DRY MONOPOLE THE CHAMPAGNE YOUR GUESTS WILL PREFER STOKES a BYNOE LTD.— CI~T 5



PAGE 1

PAC.r FlU'R ADVOCATE S\TI liliu Jl M i i BAK6AD0SMADV(MTE Saturday June 3. ISSti FOOL ssai FAROUK It \ KIIOM MR HAMMOND'S maiden speech at Harrison C ..< ..t \tMerday mmains all that needs to t>e said about education in Barbados today. And like all good speeches the sting was in the tail. "If", concluded Mr. Hammond, "a boy comes to Harrison College with the sole purpose of securing some piece of paper which will enable him to earn money in after life, he will have missed much of value that we can give and we shall have failed in our purpose. But if tM OOfflM Willing ami determined to give to this School %  oflt from it both while he is here and after he has left, then we shall enhance that tradition of which we are justly proud and create citizens, however varied their occupation and abilities of whom Barbados will be proud." There is need for insistence on the difference between education and collecting certificates. But Mr. Hammond went much farther than a just distinction. He listed as values accepted for centuries by the Western world a respect for truth, respect for human personality, a duty to your neighbour and within these limits • loyalty to the society to which you belong. This, said Mr. Hammond, is the Christian tradition, and Harrison College is a Christian foundation. It is too often customary to forget elementary facts like these at a time when religion is attacked by Marxian ideology as the last stronghold of reaction. That Mr. Hammond considered it necessary to use these explicit words shows that even here in Barbados education was becoming divorced from religion in the public mind. But as if mindful of the old definition that man is body and soul. Mr. Hammond showed an acute understanding of the great need for satisfactory school feeding when he suggested that a canteen was an urgent priority for the school. Every old Harrisonian will remember vividly the scramble for rock cakes when the lunch bell rang and the paper-sodden sandwiches or dry bread which was frequently washed down by a hurried gulp from a copper tap. In the past when Harrison College was much smaller and there were more tree-, attractive lunch baskets packed by the loving hands of well-to-do mothers may have awakened pleasant memories for a few. But to-day there is no doubt that a school of Harrison Colleges size needs a modern canteen. But neither an insistence on the Christian tradition ("the sound mind") nor tInadequate feeding ("the healthy body") will be sufficient if the tools are missing. Without the tools no one can do the job. And it is the burden of Mr. Hammond's speech that the tools are lacking. "Education", he defined, "is not primarily a matter of schemes and organization, it is a matter of human personalities. Without men of quality and integrity on its staff no school can hope to maintain its standards." But according to Mr. Hammond, "a handful of brilliant degrees" does not constitute "the backbone of a school's staff." Harrison College is still threatened at present with the "loss of valuable Barbadian masters who are leaving for other islands where then %  alarkM BTC mure attractive" Theci \ii Hammond, "and make no mistake", he warns, "if the standard of achoola nich as the Lodge and Harrison College is allowed to fall throuj h an unthmk the damage to the educational and cultural standards of this island will be irreparable The process of sinking will be slow—in that lies its InsJdlous danger. Negled in the Second Forn.s now shows its effeel In the Sixth Form in five years' t.i The answer is m the man who teach—not the paper organization of subjects and hours of work." There is hope thai if the process of sinking is slow that there is still time to act. But how far has the process gone? Mr. Hammond himself provide, one Indication Although :i! candidates sat Higher Certificates only 26 passed and "in fact the comparative standard was lowST in relation to the standard ol the examination." It seems that not i ito-colketlng can enjoy immunity wht sinking has begun. It* Juliu <-....I..11 KINGS :o lewr mortals like us. to get some odd i ideas Into their head* When the I absoluto-monarch-Lcc begins to n> of their %  'ideas become odaer HsU Take King Farouk of Egypt 1 Destiny h.ti exalted him to high I place. Lift Nis given him bMMtsBf -veallh .ts well The effect of botli together Mean 10 have been to j encourage distorted i : %  f : %  .}.. r I! lew, a? I gather it. is that hatever he does l* right n... eem to he goes even further and decrees that nobody must do amj thing of which he "' %  if he claim* Ui right to d.. the same thing himself Si In onlirs lli MI llOIIH Now. of course, that Is • rid lous state of mind for any man— king or not—to fall into. Most of us who fall Into it would be generally shaken back into sanity by those around us. The CnsgbU sffln kings like Farouk to tl %  tolerate people around them frank enough to tell ttsi -lous they may become Could there be any more laughable nonsense than King Farouk'* attempt to exercise Absolute Control over the lives of his mother and sitters His sister fell in love and married She chose a commoner. proved the rbosce On all <'.. | • i againM that petulant King Farouk does not t) So. Impi %  rain ihv without her husband, cuts off mother'* 'I'lir kin i('s *r.% IIIII |ilf* IfSfcftfl F-roUK had a brigh' and sniny matrimonial record himself, there might be a case to be argued in defence of hi nlthough it would DO I i' l, %  :.,:( Hut he h,i>n't Hj precisely what her kini:. demanded the right to do himself. Or ,it %  She has not gone quite so far. m, for example, no prior claim on the purlin-: marry as there is sai bean in the case of KIT lurreYit romance One can't help feeluiikiiigsllkeFai-.uk. Then to in -eem i: ; -" : an %  • %  daeai Uvea btll in fuct the ...ids Kill III Ml. IMS %  •• al<* ell Farouk was brought up in the iMilatton of palaces !; %  came to the throne and into his vast wealth at the aarlj ... he had about J ?I rums', will ever gc| ol the Zoo. The pampered chiki beco m e s an obstinate child A king reared in Isolation mentally Bads in time that he has erected an impenetrable barrier of toadies between him and the fresh air of the outside world he can expect ia frank and honest opinion of himself and h There is no dcubt that Faroug wishes to be a good king He ha done man> thin?' well for his But at the a*. • % %  puiisni ha a moody. eafsrlciOUli headstnmg man. uwrnite-P to the ft % %  others. a>. I At 16. ah l %  of a beautiful IB |Hi old girl She sat bcide I. %  ..s Queen Farida until. falllni '.<> produce a son, and being wandali.Ned by her >>.sband's infidelities, she passed out o( OM pieture in 1948 when the king conIg delay to sign a divorce Even then he arrogated to himself the right to control her futonby adding nn instruttxr. should BOt irestriction has since been withdrawn •OnI* fiti* ki.i'js soon . 1 I :inrl :iliph.c-.I < %  %  : belii vt to be on the point of marrying Like the man who d year tor' I girl Farouk decided to take was a C rnmoner. But what if a sin In the sister is apparently a virtue in U Narrlti king Hi t %  • %  him pa* *-ere all 1 It would ... are .1. to "pen the window-, of his palace and hi heart and let fresh breath of life blow into both. He 1* credited with having sain6 the Brit bell clangs at UM H • on the night of June 6, Bruce Woodcock and Lee Savukl will inaJtai M on than own From thul moment until one of them rumba out of the ropes the w heavjr-weifhl cJUMnpiOii ol UM world, they must stand on their own two feet Until thiit bell goes, these big boys are being watched and waited on night and day by a bunch %  ten who have Ihe iharaclcris<.f i'T instructors and highly You Have To Be III <. To Hi Bd ehlliiii lllk *' .1 look Woodcock's s w a a tf ui>> 1'uiwh—>o he pun.In > ii A ii 11: ii! Only the punching is oooa i>> Use lighters The planning a done by the managers. To see how detailed this plnn.: can lie. take a look at the icntaw they bava worked out to %  .mm (u^-li^:.-. pherc imported into Woodcock's InlBf t.uiip al Owoch Castle. North Wales. The fight will be in the open air so his training ring is in the open air His dressing room Is exactly the same number of paces from the ring as it will be al White City. When he steps out of a side door of the castle a radio gramophone blows out a fan-fare and into "Colonel Bogey." the tune that will accompany his march to the ring on the big night Photographers circle the ring firing oft dummy flashes The wmtchlni crowds are encouraged to shout and che. r. •Sfai-s ami Siri|M-s' flM Round him In hb cornet an manager Pom H Bam ud brothei BUly i team iii be I on the null Final piece uf llDM I even plaj Ihe Start ind Bti lp* .' BavoM'i slfnature HUM A|>ait from ,i \. ..\ g ith a foot-lorti; cigar hitting from ins mouth, i couldn't see anything they ha'l %  to del the beginning ol the have .' tlaugfitei i II reel thai ihe n %  ivUh Rl i I tour "( bol • haai I nDpaaatada i ... DOW to I DegMet anil cruelty At this moment. I suppose. Woodcock and Suvold are two %  if the biggest, strongest, and an in this Island. Bh InI'l-ii. each man is list. 71b of ominous bone and muscle The .< th.-lr health makes II} men look in-ipi.l That is why it them being handled like two pieces of porcelain They haven't yet wrapped eH them in cotton wool, but If It %  Mould get really chilly i fear that the worst could happen. Hum iii< dkJtltaa Look what happened whan fha electric fire went out in Savold's Ifv I ioni I <> %  !• hotel room at Scarborough. That super-watchdog his manager. Bill Daly, noticed it first. Alter his woik-out Savold was undressed and horizontal underneath a quilt odcock a boy threw a stqpe in the ring as he was sparring. Woodcock ku-ked at it and missed. Ha then stood back. .' and immobile, while his father reached under the ropes and lha stone out This fever for Waiting on the fighters seems Leslie 8 dta gave ooo.noo for Qwrych Caatla and then stocked it with £80,000 of paintings and When he heard the Woodcock entourage had accepted his Invitation in truin in his grounds ho put them in the newly decorated slate laat distinguished visitor to which was Queen Victoria. Although he has a public reslaurant downstairs, he laid out a kitchen inij'ining the boxer's suile. Bait*, mistress of the 125rooniesl castle, plays her part by II] washing and ironing Woodcock's clothes %  lilt luisinrss Of course, in the tight gume you have (o be big to be babied The banlama, the feathers, and middleweights get it smaller proportion BUOO. It is the big boys who are big business and that is whj they get the biggest pampering. Take this coming fight. Between them Woodcock and Savold expect I Iboul £30.000 Savold told me thiit If hi C iiHi.ooo In prlaa money and American advertising look II fortune ol out of lh< i annej % %  %  II easy i•. tee you cannot take \. hen you arc woi iu ask a man who nd of attention to give u hand wnh the washing-up? —LBB TM66AMD0L9 SCHOOLS FOR BISMEN • A. K. flajgjigjgjj v YKAH 4.(AK) drtvera and %  a ch oola maintained by London %  Executive, the city's public tratka\x>r\ authority which, with its buses, trams, UNke, coaches and underground and surface railways caters for the travelling nsMda of the capital's eight million inhabitants. Loodori is one of the most continuously built-up areas tn the world, and tht arn red double-decked buses (there oi them) through its busy streets need a quick hand and eye and a steady narva Nearly all routes extend unbroken from the centre of the city for some 12 to 16 miles in all directions; on all these there are stops every few hundred yardBu traffic is often dense; in one street alone (Oxford Street, a famous West End shopping thoroughfare) there are 260 buses an hour in each direction. It is hardly surprising that the 14,000 conductors and, even more, the IrlVtra of London's buses afe not Kike up their duties without very iioretical and practical instruction Training takes place literally all over London, not only in London Transport's main braining centre at Chiswick and in half-aaller centres, but along the streets of the city itself, where at any one lime there may be from 60 to 80 drivers receiving practical instruction in bus driving. EMPHASIS ON SAFETY The greatest emphasis is naturally placed on safety. At the Chiswick centre "in West London, part of the grounds are laid out as l Cl ids. with traffic lights, passenger barrier rails, bus stop signs, police Drivers under instruction have : lid test before they are allowed 'he road with their precious human cargo. On a recent visit to the centre I was shown a skidding exhibition by one of the instructors. Inspector N. Lund, who drove round and round the ground putting his 56 sealer double-decked bus into all the skids a road liable to make on a wet aaphall road. Mr Lund (who is the centre's chiel i then showed how t,, ga>t 0 ut ol each "i the -kids he had demonstrated. This exhibition takea place (or each batch of trainet -di ivi i IJ and each driver has not only to get Into skids purposely, but has to learn rrect ihem as effectively as the instructor. Mr H D. Hates, in charge of the Chiswick training centre, told me that they had a permanent staff of 54 and were at the moment running 16 courses for road and depot officials and drivers and conductors of all types of road vehicles. He showed me the training programmes; the 13J day course for bus conductors, for example, with four days on the road, was under 81 headings, ranging from for a conductor's employment" to %  %  %  terminal on arrival". Each headwaa .undivided twice. %  Invers' course, which and, like the conductors', includes a showing of transport lilms. also includes a great deal of practical work inside and outside the centre. In one lecture room, fo example, I saw the latest type ol sue cylinde Ui enginad bus chassis with air controlled brakes and gear box. Every application of the brake on this model. I wag to' greases one of 24 points on engine or chass To keep instruction as up to date as possir a new chassis is delivered every three mom and the "old" one put on the road. In t same lecture room were sectional and ordi ary models of most of the moving parts a bus engine, fluid Hvwheel. self^start gear-box. crankshaft, and so on. On the wa were photographs showing how to drive, o how not to drive a public service vehicle certain situations on the road. FROM OVERSEAS Overseas' engineers are frequent and interested visitors to the Chisw ick centre. Pakistan Government transport representatives have taken the course at the centre, sitting side by side with men now working as drivers and conductors in London. There have been transport officials, too. from Jamaica. India West Africa, Australia, Sweden, and not long ago three African chiefs in their colourful robes spent a day at the centre. Yet no amount of training could add to London busmen those qualities of character which have made them almost as well known overseas as London policemen. The conductor s friendly wit. his caustic comments on the pompous or the affected, and his sense of the ridiculous make him one of the chief exponents of "Cockney" or working-class London humour. To him Trafalgar Square where stands on its tall column the statue ol Admiral Nelson is not just "Trafalgar Square." It Is. often enough, just "Old oneeye." And those who get on a bus for, sha we say, St. Paul's Cathedral, but choose one going down the wrong side of the street will. aa likely as not, ba told, "Sorry, Sir, they've just moved it. Tr> one going the other way"' The bus drivei .ne aa individuals less well known to the traveller in London bu; they have a tough, hard-bitten look about ihem winch inspires Immediate confidence Through the native wit with which both coi ductors and driven are bleaaed trio] add i • to the colourtulnan of London's while their careful training has resulted in the deservedly enviable safe'v record enjoyed by the buses for which they D.V.SCOTT TO-DAY'S SPECIALS ft CO.. LTD. al the COLONNADE I -iiiilK NOW Tin. 1.1 N CAM PSAS .31 .28 Tin. OVAl.TINKlljirur) 1.21 1118 III ISIKI NS (Dutch) III.I.II 20 .211 II • !/„• .... GALVANISED OVAL BATHS—18" la 3" GALVANISM) ROUND BATHS—14 to 26" GALVANISED BUCKETS— LIKIII. Midiiini and BHIJ GALVANISED WATERING POTS GALVANISED OS—AIM CANS GALVANISED SINKS 20" X 14" GALVANISED WIRE in. 12. II. 16. 18 Cause • WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. gsssstyssHia lo C. S. PITCHER & CO.. LTD. BM MM• MI Bt.Kwmi si. YES MADAM .. CEREALS ARE EXCELLENT *" FOR THE HOT WEATHER! "^f Here's Our Fine Assortment QUAKER COKN FLAKES p er Pkg 34 QUAKER PUTTED WHEAT .... .39 MUFTET8 •• 3T QUAKER OATS -25 (REAM OF WHEAT LOW .. 62 CREAM OT WHEAT Email .36 PABLUM t"* •• l 3 PABLUM s !" 68 WKlrTAIlIX .... .. 2 DALTONS CEREAL F1.AKKS 1' 11 W1IF.ATIES .... -12 UOYAHIJEE BFAOHETT1 DINNER .. STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO. LTD. MAKE WAV geal S1HMHU SIM ill.il IN A SUIT OF PANAMA SUITING >fStop in to-day and tee our big selection of SUMMER SUITINGS DACOSTA&C0., LTD. Dry Goods Department STORY OF DUNKIRK LONDON I WINSTON CHURCHILL has given l:<' to the mgfnortal pUgrimggg by "little ahlpg" to Dunkirk on June 4 to commemorate the tenth anniversarv of the historic evacua-1 tion. Some 50 ships will make the pil^rima^ 1 and ,i drumhead memorial service will be held at Dunkirk. Churchill, writing to the chairman of the Dunkirk Pilgrimage Committee. Captain W.I I' I iinbs, said: %  that then will be a good muster I : %  i lined men. truly representative ,.l that WOTthy band of professional and amateur seamen who aniwcrad the call in the perilous days of 15*40. The itory ol Dunkirk should ever be kept the memory of our island race, go that we may be free, and also that the world will not forget." The '"l-Mtle ihtps" will include a group of London manned entirely by men %  at Dunkirk f I.N.S GODDARDS 4i.iu:.u.s


PAGE 1

BATUBOAT, JIM; J, | 9 n, %  : BAKUADOS ADVOCATE PAGla nE Tracking Currents T ilt (.OVIIISMIM boat "lavrMlcaUr' *u mainly occupied Tricking currents during the wee*. It nude nine trips—Tuesday. Wednesday and Thw .sag) By tracking the current* around the Inland the Fisheries Ofilcer. Mr. D W. Wiles, Is able to pa^s on to fishermen the art* %  it Bylngj llsh and the most likely spot that they ill lv caugot Perpetuate \ our Name In Education SAYS GOVERNOR HARRISON COLLEGE SPEECH l)i) Sugar Crop Maj Be Record One DRIFTED BOAT RACK HERE :\\Y. fishing boat s • Ir.im race 3 I ''pertinent of Science and No 69. which drifted to St Luna > that it about a week and a half ago. was v.em. doe* appear an if the sugar probrought back to Barbad< Both Hi Mffletent to hi:, (or the year inay day on the deck of the motor 1 permanent mtn %  approach .1 M--..-! I>.HI .*. %  !' THERI m % %  01 UM M vacuum pan faeo[ *,*) bring dune in m-ny ways "" >%  %  1 i"l par William Forde. Cleophu* by ill riggggg toi then '"M. iliinv |Od Slaulev Hani Thf*] tvttata butliieii. but I suiigvt the puMk eye -aid. ihe island last that there is a tremendous n*od Kw hls *" ""' ''""' f r "" '" ,hr "DassTW O O d as well as opportunity for per*. 'iings—proper cj ng H a) U, but up Captain Forde told the %  -.-!* %  -.who can afford to do *o to perT •* %  fl g-nes, and ahewetto the end of April the actual cat,'" that he and DM crew took peUiate their names in ussocia %  Oymngalum. a muaf ,,, 1,1 wag just over three-fourths the boat out fishing on Frida> tion with some aspect of eduea* ml carpenters' shop—that it M .. ;(S cvcr demeaned himself by Mad 152.000 tons of May 26 While sailing, the ma.-t -" r :2l',I-^ M.' .i^ 11 u,m <* 1 Governor told a packed perhaps difficult to select a prior1 a sense ol loysugar equivalent for tr.e >enr. broke leaving them with no mean' rents they make observation, to Spwcn D "> and Pri-Giving yesflnd out if the fish .ire in the inner or outer area of a current. ||r Wiles said that recently the tide was unusually fast, winds high and seas choppy But what I consider to the 8 (Met tor Sugar For t'.K. of regaining'the moorings msst of all is > %  .,. a pnde ln m eml>erShipments of sugar are being The boat began to drift and he School 1113 is a strain on toy ,, hip in ,i ., n % %  i terday On arrival at the College, th' Governor and Mrs Savage wer received by a Guard of Honour of Cadets under Capt Q It Hunts He "think. -hatTurtng the preT^* 1 *"" We 1 " £. '* ^""V sent fishing season the local Rah'.'• v 11 Hul1 "f"npanied by Mr. J. SSTufii 1 *SLf£XS$ ^SSrStiS^TSJ: 8C L*n."tir? "P T% tsttfisr&trsittfis j?, %  *•*. ^ sr^ lAA* -or! .;,one cent ,h brmod a wM „tallishe.l %  Season when the other lish are Gi>* Club, the Headmaster del.v "> ln l'i',M 1 of Education alter ^[v ilH n l\cv leaving th* ban use it ,n the rough weather that which there was a 1previnlin,; ,it pie .. II and ai tn David N1v n'e lataet dteco ... teat bit I %  %  : Kh H,| hie and wli. David Nlvan. the well kin* 1 v^^^^;,; . %  %  ; !--. •;; In Hollywood Caatrtai by the Behoonai "Orenvil Ippai -.mi thai thas mat good waalnai both dayi of DM drift "At no lima did the hunt v.rni in danfar of "itisMiur, '' %ald When UsBJ aN adrift for 1 of an hour, thej met featdguj >H...t which UMQ hailed This was to no avail The %  S'dnoy" is owned D] HI HARRISONS bttOAD ST WASTE TIMK TRY US FIRST FOR IMPORTED SOLDER 511 SO QUALITY — IN 1 LB. BARS ONLY SI 30 PER LB. SOLID DRAWN LEAD PIPE %  in. Din. "in.. } in.. 2 t in. and l' ins. IN STANDARD WEIGHTS AS REQUIRED BY WATERWI >HKS SPECIFICATION 45 CENTS PER LB. Withnall Foundi? lid or Uaa Centr ture. lin fell in the majority of parMr Chairman, ishes throughout Thursday and up Mv willmBness — Indeed m> to 6 o'clock yesterdav morning. anxiety 10 take port in any The total return* for that period activities which are concerned wa* three inches and three part.* *" %  lh <* youth of Barbados hi t • and of this St. Andrew, wilh 63 olw prejudice bv my inhibition, parts, recorded the heaviest On arising from it:,fad thai partlcithe other hand only nine part* pat ion by the Governor frequently fell in St Philip and two in St. necessitates him making a speech. Lucy. And when I receive an Umtatic 1 The individual returns were from an educational institution. Station Hill District 27 parts. St. such inhibitions are intensified. George 17 parts. St. Philip nine particularly when the event earparts. St. Thomas 18 parts. St. Hal the title of "Speech Day" and .Peter S2 parts. St. Joseph 42 when I have had the opportunity parts. St. James 40 parts, St of studying as on this occasion in John 33 parts. St. Andrew 63 advance the brilliant speech Of H parts, and St. Lucy two parts Headmaster which h..s to be (of T ilt: MOBILi: CINEMA WILL lowed bv v,,t,„. arordi by the Oovonly be giving, three Shows ernur. %  Ily th.,r %  do at Charvhd.v .11 dai M.I : nclu e In tl n a 1 try erflei I %  IB ..1 1.....*... . Come On Girfa flee Wi// Probated I*rhnpu %  %  i,..^ 1 I:I.I And now U near Choryl>di new Hciidmastvr I ... nutted on thai nret occa hal I I speak to >o manv cf th. I to us of i>ovs here, to sav %  ornathlnf >i **" H "•*" wouid M in truth „ what" 1 Iwlieve the School shtmld ""•"*>-. not onlj heroo] 10 J'" 4 '' hold as iW major aim-. T0U will civilisation which reapacta tea lviri notice that we are 11 warding only onableness. but hereay to th diculou: LONDON luckle at the lajnea ,• ,,1 Ordinal 1 ) ^ .,,,,.,. MM llotwur UM Ch sir Allan Collymon granted the petition Of Aurcli F.theline Heece ->f Clifton Hill. >•' """I"' L Thomas, widow, to estate of he hTIm Pain Boacta hlwbtIMl Aubrey r4owh %  1 umt inn. si Thomai .,., linnet White Mr E K WalCOH K C in — IIN.3.) vtructed by Mr D. A Banfleh prizes to-Uiy and not Certificates Christian principle of "the sam THE WAY OF A WRITER ""^"••>> BaBfstM ft. i raaUy tafO roa rreedo m lath HAVIno miM t soenrt rar petitioner %  often in t .Ithougl rreedom erlthln the ....... x ( !': .'''.... ..'...!. M PT"""" f w .\\^'.• %  '.. ]l ^-:' need of them before .lulv Bui 1 franv rk ughtful have alao : %  aMond rea on—I d t Hk Use ajlorifkaUon of Certin!'• %  mk indoi I %  develop any child's pot stand me: I appreciate the im(leg, and within the llmll portanrc of preserving a hiuh < allow l Im or her I academic standard and the ImVaried inei pmenl tportance to (he individual bo) 1 1 poaslble 1 •-> in mm. ai.u one will be a *. .1 Private Show given at the St. „ "New Boys Michael Almrfouse on Monday Mr Hammond and I have muc for the benefit of patients at that '" common for we are both "nan ""JFSS: M „ %  boy follow.ng distinguished pre, n „ vxamtnmUon tesU ta !ri ,., 0 On Tuesday the Cinema give a "^f^ '" offlce ', n an wla / 1 deed a School of this type will organ] itlon which might attomo Show at Good Shepherd, St which is wary of strangers. InHlwilVB ,>e ,udged. and righu. James for the benefit of residents deed. I Bather there is a traditionlarcrIv bv its word in public foi of the Fitts Village area There ;' probationary period In, expalaminations. None the leu It This t,,: will be no performance on triales and until nine months have ggtOU to fM> that Ham la a Ian, S m Wednesday and that also goes for passed a newcomer must not asgPr ihat we should exalt the Thursday, which Is a Banksume conllrmationin the affection ,-ertillvate into the sole end ol It %  OTCT a hundred M I Holiday of Barb-dos. Mr. Hammond arriv,^ uca tion and turn into I sort of •' %  > "^' 1 Wlaa man The noscobe) area of St Peter ed here in September last and so factor* f„ r their production train a boy for in 1 .,. .,,.. , will be the scene of a Show r*i m this month of June he completes Before Ihe war In IneUiM lor bis work Like all %  ; Friday which will be given on ">e traditi.-n.d peritKl [tut may I ihrv In.llluted | nation wide Cannot be Interpreted lOO llteralll Roscobel School pasture MBUTg him. on your behalf, that "Keep Fit" campaign. George but if ., bo) coma Han The programme that has been Barbados has already taken him %  ' %  "" me H.'iv. ) -f hi.I look lot raw %  lo ,, ll(l .. %  .-. ,,i („ %  ., 1 00* But I gel MUlicanl Edna Oibbora late isually -n down artet braokni 1 HOKTR %  1 writ* Margaret Kennedy, the well known aul kirn; In ,1 BBC piottrantme Fined for Trutlin led the Caribbenn. I suggest further M Mr R. A MacKenzie. Mantii.it anv doubU on this DOfnl ager of Barclays Bank. which may have lurked in the On the following Friday Mr. minds of those few purists who Heve in academic education. Wc here and after he has left' Ihe" e. Advertising Mar.would have preferred to await the believe it is the only mental train we shall enhunee that IradJUOl Wll completion of the biological period " %  "" %  t !" 1 ?*" x KIVP • ^ of w, r *<• ore null BMSHHIO. \.U. BELIZE Mr II Baber, local Mi i;'... Bnad i'ibo tw 1 ln.ted Slates draft amounting to |20 to Mr. Ira .. PommeUa, ping hnnbi 1 %  uporti 1 Bernard Shaw wa* asked Tor CoUel with the solf purpoee 'f Mr I'omn.ells was lined $ ISO for hi. opinion on it and his renl> •'<.M'H: m. M M paptl purchasing the draft was "Fll for what?" That an which will „,. yi .(I,,,, r,,,,,,.,, i, v local lh pertinent comment Certlflmore money In after Ule. frt will rates of Ihemnelve* are "<>• rutVC muwd much M ValtlO lit it rmmeb. We should be no Imf IW ,.,,[[ iiVl school unle*. we had Ideals he laiici m ,, U r purpoae Hut it 1e r >ond Ihe mere salL-facllon uf eonMl willing and determine.! t,. nublir examiners ;ive to 1 v ls Ladles and G-mtlemen we hr. profit In.m It. bowl While he lusaM fgajs) bk oaaaad through I of the local Banks win* ai I Ur.ll! II: Garvcy 'lours ager of the Advocate Co, Lid 'ead a discussion on "Advert lead a ••'"ejJjM'on^^wHshjgto which I have referred that * %  f*''' that attitude of mind and ., %  rwwevor varied Ml r i\' A N AS e doubts — have now been '' power of critical anah CUpatlOn and aMUthNof So w f 1 0 p vnM "">' 0 "' t W diapaUad bj the .mtstanding and rnrr asH lngU nitiaaair In %  world .... lV|l] l>( James at aboul 11.15 a.m. on inspiring speech of Mi -Hammond."' propaganda and s>-nthetic s.mn u, Thursday lietween motor lorry M 1009. owned by J. C. Duguid inspiring speech „ That speech needs no ampllll9 1 *. 1 has devised tan Ib) "e, but agaii fying physical weapons of deof Bay Land. St. Michael and behalf, I congratulate the Govern"truction and in our ecmceni wilh rl v t'\ by Livingstone Sealy 01 Ing Body, the Headmaster and h> 1hem *• aTfk apx * nc " eo, Falrlleld Ijind. Tudor Bridge, and staff and not least the hovs on car E. 240. owned and the achievements of the vea'r Bin Psychological aestriienor ''. %  v "" + J^ %  %  %  Mount I -o share the.anx.ety of the luH**?**. TSJSSl Hrevitor. St. Peter lure. I was impressed with the The right front wheel, axle and percentage of successes by the fender der of the car were damaged candidates for Higher Certificates '^TY !" ,' h lrZhSSLT+JEt Guiana ha bee., OI.LETON ROAD. 8T JOHN. Twenty-** out 0/ thirty-nine ^ ^ ^ S "" S1 " i "" d '^"' — was the scene of an accicandidates is 66|{ which I believ' dent earlier this week between '* n '* ,r better percentage tho the psychological thn Values mo'or car J-227. owned bv Rev. l he average of all public school Coleman of Codrington College ln lht Empire. But as I have said and driven by Arthur Howard of elsewhere, Barbados has a reputhc same address, and a wheel ,a,lun %  > the field of education barrow belong to the Department whlch P !" v *e "hall never los~ Mr. Cllve Bell has defined -i%  of Highways at Transport a/1 not bec *u'" *>' conceit in our i*ation as "Reasonableness and manned by Darcy Small of Gill achievement, but because of th? a sense of values." For tic Hill St John foundations. which education in of reason we can and shdild The rear bumper of the car bmd " ; he fu,urp wcl1 b* 1 "*" '' uw thc trlcd methoda ,,uc, "' i eade "^ r ..i,„ ..i-. ^ V?. 5 of two Kcnerous gifts made to schoo is oqly an increased daugci ^KJ^fS'tS ,h ,0,low 1 ,,, the College by Old Harr.soma.v. lo thc community, s.nce he 0DI3 conditions In the upper section iind would lnvlll u fm incrCflW BDllllv ln work h ij b W of paper, straw, sk'.is and attention to the needs of the Colegotistical will other waste were scattered about l ege )n cash or in kind as indicated The values the Western Worm in the streams of water which by the Headmaster. The library, has accepted for centuries I should (lowed on one side of the gutters, proper changing rooms, showers, list as respect for truth, respect ,hile on the other side, which was ,. gymnasium, a music room. %  for human personality, a duty 0 small heaps of stuff were carpenters' shop and a canteen >ur neighbour, and within th IMHIOA. I, .-..! % %  ...i I BELIZE Excellency the Oovarnu Oarvay, C M a .it preaoal touring ih portion uf tb. 1 eniiy conduetod %  < tow 11 iii. north and west ARCHBISHOP GOING TO BRITISH HONDURAS .... I IE* iROBTi >WH GEORGETOWN Hll Oraoi the Archbishop 01 1 aUiau ri %  %  lha Waal (ndlaa 1? due t.. laava 'tuil of G.C.C. and all British DnUsh Uuiana In July (Of Hrilleiii. .1 Honduras to eonsecmle tin can praatrva Indapandno "P' M 1,n ls now buck at his new bishop, th. Venei.ibie Gemi enee of thought and baltnea of "awtown Homa after undargotni Hann Brook I'I %  tudgment we ran innculMe against onothai a opertfloa Uv M will LalH place Ofl July 22, -' Dirty l > n'inisrs: Fined 15/BVERTON BYNOE of Chrti ..I„I Auguata Blahop ..i i I i %  if t church vitro both fine i. and ' : i paid Ii 14 days or m dOfaull on Imprtaonmanl whan Uiaj appaa e.i bafora Mis Worship Mi n \ %  tarda] Thay were both found ., . in %  'in %  condition on March equal) v dangenm> an psychological destruction: f the Vflfran Player LOSI'S Itnlll l^trs I','. the emotional conditionm^ millions for no nurpocte than power Of a few We inav not find suit of which both amputated id. < ithedraJ of st John the Baptiat m Bauaa dry. R COtttrad for a considerable disMay 1 add some scholarships for limits a loyalty to the society tanee. Continuinn up the street, the West Indian University? which you belong. This is the the condition became worse, as In Barbados there is a considChristian tradition, and I flrmh a number of small weeds and crable amount of good ln'inR done believe thai to educate children even n small pawpaw tree were in many ways by all classes fof without a training in Ih, I i both .ai the sides their less fortunate brethren, but principles of Christi. m 111 Of dcbrkl which had I suggest that there ki a iremcn•" build en ind I < %  child n lha Dlttai dous need as well as opportunilv whajl be become I I dini'h STREET WAS %  for peraou who can afford to do hramavrotii .ti, tl whirl I paitoil ana yes%  to peri-Muate th,n uame< In "• lalanti you bavi helped turn i aj nn was due to lha nuaaaoetaUon with %  OCDS aapael •>! to develop Harrlaori Colleg mil..11lorries which sfera loaded education In this island, whether old Foundation, and with sugar and svan waiting lo %  %  rhohtrahlo 01 uu of the luttnstatlon H dl'thargc then loads mto a nearby needr. refcCTad to by the HcadmajChurchwardao or si Michael I sugar bond. A long line of t!ics' '• There Is a wealth of expertand the Vestry has always maintrucks queued up on one side of cnc in the quotation "Let your tamed representation on iU Oovthe road and often held un traffic *"* hine before all men that orning Body h is with all thi -.< thev tiici to enter thhond ,he > m y %  %  your good work* n m ""' ,hal navr i'i>P %  mted ti„ A KCHIBM.n V. KLfH WAS —A Canteen— £* v H. S Tudor to the BtafJ In i\ icentlv taken to Ihe Gen%  •> Hammond baa mduate 6 %  ^I'tm.liei with, the tit.e of Chap. ij. i %  iT.-iimt from inhl pnmary need is for a canteen '•"". hirles i? i"< lee -ner M accident J '"* %  boja hope thai during '-' "' ocSS-cd on rifton Hall Road fl "< twelve months one or "J u Z tin mo '••'"''actors will come lor'"* pHnclplei bet rirtonl was between moj I Movide fund* for In. W vTncant ^1%. *?J!!* "V^"'Pr I v Briflcld Hcuslnc S^hcmr. Black toj* ,n.l a,„jhor ^ ^^ J-15nl M MarAnllwm th) ,„, rr „„ n %  %  %  %  .. %  pap Howard ol Call Hill. SI .lohn anil h .,,.„„„.,. driven by Wo...burn Mj.Hln f ^^TT^ SLi^STSm the same address J^V * the tradition will be reflected in OBJT a Dedcstrian M that r oad he |)v „ Qf hi !" c The front renders, eft front or cwisfitutloggu aufhoriiV^ •vheel head lamo and radiator wou|u ^^ congrMlUu xh -rill of J-1M as wellI asitha righ, on lhc emrll ncy of hp c 'ront fender of M-00I were Honour which grecte.1 mc damaand T-lli: r'gONT HI \M \NI> runnini! board of motor lorrv E-161. owftcl bv C Kellman of Rock Hall, St. Peter, and driven bv Edgar Scaly of Hock Dundo. 8t James, were damaged in one | nf the recent accidents which oci! Pine New Road. j w< another j lorrv. M-l*l. owned by Ihe Department of Highways ATrattei driven by Beresford | Newbury. St George bvusn I; nut exhorta* Fn.ill>. a brief worj tJthr'Vtu '"''' dent*, i wag dkkfSl) impn-sspi Mt nsuaily achieve more lhai hen the Sihwui sang ths Nailoinl %  "i v "tiorial approval or dUapI hope eWeVi NOW FRESH I'I III \ A I'H.ION I HOW get your supply from H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.-A.cnU. JUDGL ILL CASES ADJOURNED FIFTKKN caass which ^ IchedUHsa lO I S beard iii %  I .., %  \li|-'ill M i |oumed i eauas Mi Ju lies <; I was 111 HiHonour Mi M Vaughn, other Judge of Ul utjoiirned the eases "DAFRWOOD , BRINGS FRUIT A CARGO of ii* pac k age! 1 tine bum >i'~ Of traah trull an ivi .,, ihe island %  % % %  . b v '' motor VS I • -'" Th "Daarwood* 1 •aipaclad l> lean Say for St Vinci 29 passengers. BIB AND STOP COCKS In Chrmuuin anil I'ulished Brass si/e. — ' in., '. in. and 1 1 in. BRASS RACKING AND TANK COCKS Si/.-s — H in.. !.j in.. S. in. and a in. I'OK AI I TIIKSK WS AKK QUOTINQ THE LOWEST PUCES IN TOWN SPECIAL oi i'i II W 1ST, I.1IX •m MIIIIMM. AI.AIIM CLOCKS A Ki'liulil,Tinu'-Kff|HT with un Attractive OutaMe Finish or.e otbei rruitter to which I SrOuld refer I lu also congratulate the Scho >\ understand it la ti.e prlvUega ol %  to Irani %  0 Ul the MhOOl v. Inn I but I MI.... Ing offended annually when at the end of the |MlOlflllgl usually about this time in the afternoon, we were Informed that the re*: Of the day was a holiday. It appeared lo me then and as now to %  to cheating Bo 1 the School may lw given KI.IV but at a venient time than to-day Inattitf p£AnW-U$t BRASSIERES The Lift that never leta you down We have them in 3 styles, sizes 32 to 38 in pink and while. Also LADIES COTTON VESTS round neeka wilh wide anil 87c CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. 1.1,1. %  '''St;:','.;;',*.'.','.;;;;'*;;;;;' What's on Today Yachting. Carlb.lt Bar. 3 3* pja. QM r,„,.]'•. Fair. Drill Hall ! am FaMaa.l. Kn.ii.non SH Knock Out The 'FLU Before It Knocks Out You ORALVA TABLETS ANTI-.OI.IJ Tuh^ ol Seven Okta&MMa lr..iii rabtal 1 ANTI-INM.I KN7A I .il.l.s Ihr.t Ir.n.niil-liii ll.nrk 10. II. 12 & 13 00 l'f WANT mi HKST ST9VB VAI.lt: 9 SELECT A .... BUOAD SIRfEI VALOR STOVE HMI.UIS inn i. STORES von iiiff.iair.M IA-J in it \ i it \iinn i .s / COURTESY GARAGE Whlicpark (IIOIII III IIIO>l I.TII.I — Dial 4391



PAGE 1

PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE HENRY 1 1 BE SAFE NOT SOP BY/ ST 1 BY CARL ANDERSON SATURDAY, JIVE :'. ItM MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY PONDS ANGEL FACE THE NEW MAKE-UP THAT GOES ON WITHOUT WATER IN FOUR ATTRACTIVE SHADES %  ? KIDNEY PILLS •AC (CACHE HCAOACHI RHEUftUTlfH NKHT RISING TIMDFtlUK Si nfRheumalism hlle You Sleep •MS h*a u* l UH ir BM iram KM MM I"I Mf*ly. ulrH| nd I %  II" DO hMHlUl "— ^J\*i FMIJ rur ^^#>? TV nm of thf e*r j*i Innr $7~Y .our Rihrw.-. ^^ Mtdorthrwlmo / your tvo nerd cmmfni packet



PAGE 1

SATURDAY, JUNE :i. iw BARBADOS ADVOCATK. CLASSIFIED ADS PAGE SEVEN PI HI M MIIS mini VniciMv *i him iMidmrt I\HIT* VTtZt ; rn %  Anton of Jam** Street Church' The funeral will lnv> hi. IMt r* im. Hindewsiry Stoad at %  ,. o clock thia iHmim. lor th* J.I.T,* "Meet ClHin-h and Ida-.. Meatbui, IVmHm In .... nn HIM %  <" ALMA LABI %  i'lTIOr i • %  i Kitchen. Toilet I Appl. HARBOUR III!, I.O\lll\MIM MIIIIIS md Paling. Caah P ARCY A Bt 3 1 So-In IN MEMORIAM # %  wept, twaa nature wrpl. M 4 i .. •', ran pierce bevnnd the %  loam u( dralh I no tar. and bruin I behold thee in rrfnlsr.it light. -% %  ild ..-i %  MtU* in. HMMI] Pata*. say i. In l.-vmg memory of our dear beloved l.oih.r CLARJaNCE HUNTF. *h departed on th* 3rd of June l*B "* **" %  "*• paaaed alnc* Ihat aad day When lha on* w* loved WM called away Th blow •<• audden. Iha ahock lhal death i ... luat what waa brat S • Sfr In I ' %  %  JIW-TTN We hfvi, kni HOl'SB-On ^^ prtv.l* -""•a from "lywlth "rcS^lJlT Mld*t-rT'^!* J !?"* ,nd -' h ** !" "a !" Verandah*, a-.ir.ge &*. u> M.vrra. u. Advocate ^ g^ a % * bedroom* I ,-,„, ,„,,„,. "aual onV** Pro-,, July ... ... REAL ESTATE ,£r s 1 Hcn*.,ii* !"!" m "IO running wain Uijumat.iM -,,, nafctaf ,*'" %  • p at. ilia i. NH *v*r lo bo imrmbartd b. Doraen Gierii*. HtaHrl AJbon and Jam*. • brother... Lucille idau|Mar< and Sana btth Hunlo molhrci. 3 6 Ml—In In lovin* momory of our dmr wifr I -.id "LOh*r EVA AU.TII1LS N lu rrM 3rd Junr I Ml %  S*W hvrd hrr JUvumr lo adorv, And m*kl>all her aurlrrlni bore. Aha> lovad. and oil raMCnad to Ood. Nor muiiiiuml %  ( Ilia chjUniln. rod" frarrl bo Ih.V rrat Altd poaoaful Ihv aloplr4t; i;.l. way u ba-rt, ^id Thou art in Ilia krrpin* k Wm NIHPB ihuatoji.d'. UnMlttrwll. Conrad. Nomwn. Ilnr-t ictiihtron! >~ln FOII WALK AUTOMOTIVk CAM . mr drivon Courlxy Uarade Dial %  !• HSia—ifn CAB-On n S A Apply lo Juluin At 10 H P ..-..i iproa rvaaUMiabk piirr •all. Phonr 347B ; 1, W ':. mU !" badrooma Mlh >n naodarn cupboard, tilrd kltohon „,, -UH •ton* cupboard and nrPhllco romblnrt % %  %  ..rr.lor and drrp frrri* l.r %  ith hooda. atoal Pranch doora, UraS •ton. .,„. .n4 |||^77 q „„,„ ,: toi.ci and %  howar. in* houa* u |a*t*ful Inrniahrd. tha boda h*v* both drri, .baa no-^"*T ". m '" r -"' •" %  " ~^ rollahrd pin* ioora. the (.. tlMafci t -aalawn*. tropical fl.mrriruj ahruba *r>d !" !t*"-.'*S" ,h ^ """ *' n, e-eonot isaim. snail orchard with Mp nmm tain-nnd. brr-.tfn.it. ,nd plum T. w*"*"5*" h ""'"^^ %  -* %  '! *""•"" aWrdan and tool -hrd 10U..-1 .ir.ri.... and fardrn pathi. will br .old 1 f dcirrd Attrai • '•*ii*r Wl between 10 a m M.d • p n, H *• In On URUE iiorsc on th a*, ft L. i^nart Apply Mo*. K si liwrrncr Dial au id Apart n* IK hi B *V 1 RO..V TU,. ,7, O !" *B or You„ tf ro^pl. L^T,, doubto bedroom ovr. k-klrja: the „^ Bo,,^, r^^^,, rll 'or lh. rtdht p^ y Phlll „„. 1 80-1 f n ^^7~" """""•* %  • co l %  nd '" %  H^.-unable rataa. mcaua arnrM id Dial M. Kaatlrwpi dt,ti,.t >MM PUrniulad. "i*i" Rr— -*%  if required 1 Ait Jktoma modal m pri Rrralil Waid. I. II P I Inn pale* rasa .,:..] I I .It ft A Cycle in doad iionable Apply UarahaU Phone 3*43 IIM > "n all Mule Qulat eaa and Cart Apply laMfd Idie.Black AISATIAN PUTS-Apply: Mr* %  N Kj-ah. Cliifl'a Pla.it.llon. Si l—-s :'! :-> :• %  : ELECTRICAL n\RHiiT n rn-Hic \t>m\(i MACMINK .eiy IIU1* uani Nr* jwi-a m*M will accept SX3DW At Ralph v %  %  : Alley Phonr 4U3 t 8 XI3n Otp (oirtpoT RcrituintAiruat %  *', Cubic r*rv In parfr.1 wtvfchafl ronddlon Harrnllv os-rrhaulrd and •nrav painted. Por Infort'. FURNITURE n'Hjvm'Kr; i-,w dMign mahocan Wardrob*. banutlfully built, vary allrarllva In appearance, guarantee workIt A flrlrnfh Co Furniture Manufacturer. Upper Roebuck Street Telephone Jt )• SB—In Noncr Al Mi \TIO.N* are invited for Iw.i -•chularahipa to a Aral anade arhool one to boy and on* to a jM Midi I the torriM rf a Bill la n empower 1.'"^,';-*T "" rtr !" "' tl,r *"1 "* %  1AM U. JOKN COCK UlTCIIINS-iN Id vnMd .uch *iht.Urihlpa Api.U,., llona mu.| be made to the Son) "" %  %  "> <^ 'ba Truat**a from lah..,!, *.. iittormation with reapect to U,e -h'.Urhipa can be obtained H VINCENT AHMKTIKlNr; Hony. Sacretar^-. St. Martina VicarafSt J'l.i.ip IT a ao-to MASONIC SCHOLARSHIP Value $48.00 per annum, tenable for 5 years at a Sehoa. to bo approved by tiuVictoria Lodge Forms HI" application can be hail fiom Mr. A. S. Warren, c o B.M.L A. Society and should !>• returned to him not later than 15th June, li.50 IKiTTI WORTHINU on SBA" Hn.ih.nHaieti % % % %  -i .. i-* entrance % %  • %  %  'l>ulr. '"*"'''' The only available -iir aa> ~~ — i irttadM • place i.r, lr,r i II'. Hotel or Nht Club %  %  writing received up % %  *\ June. !/. %  J ROCK CO in K..,I. ,.. it***) Iniprrtlon any day In Carlisle Bay ... lN .';*I *" D-Ortor. YarM Terr "I. *h ahaedan*. Srh aananual Oo.*•*• **• ,*-• KoaWaai. I .!.. %  I* h Phili,, H Cavldw.. -%-h EMtarn B.1 Vh Emerald*. Rrh Wondarft.: I ta-n fcUadallay n. Vh Zanhh M %  mum m* Jj^Nwene. a n Ki.rr.re-t -. *h,itrt. %-h aaadMUa w s,i I V 1 M V aXucton. Prtoce. M V. Canbba* ARRIVAL* *_T_ ^ %  T 0 "* •• ton* net, C.pt HI I SI .... %  "" %  % %  Gloria Kenrietu, u torn net Capt Glyna, for Trinidad hoh-oaar United Pilgrim B 41 tout "at. Capl Stewart, for St Lucia %  It AlcoPllaTlm. 3.B31 kMM nr> Capt llanim. for Monteal In Touch with Barbados Coast Station TunJZ::. i aenaa. SS. trim, SB s \ ....... ss rlacuba. S rrednka. BB Turl fttan, •end. B 1 IS llto p. Plata. SH rinnrta I "' v %  %  %  \ I %  SS t-auU SS 4mpa. lot Alia-lc BJi E. J. Hani Canadian ST rail.,.v s CPUntna. s* Harry P s .. B. Baron 1 .SB Atho.. v ^ > %  M, %  itU .1 II ft,..enn. trawn to the C •(ptt*ncf] IMO, No 21 whh will be published m the Official M June, 1050 2. Under this Order the makimum wholesale and retail selling Milk-Evaporated" sft i<* Mat Whalrwato Trtee Keuu rnce. (not avaer than) MH.K—Cvaporsted .. J> 81 per 48 x U, c pri ..I. 18 ur tu 25c per 14) or %  r 16 ,./ Attention u drawn to the Defence (Control of Drug and Patent ..: stt Mm Prices' Order. 1950. No 4 which will be i .i.li-iied in ItM OlTlcial Gazette of Monday 2th May. 1950 2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling prices of "Andrew 1..S.I Salts". '-Phillip* Milk of Magnesia", and "Vicka Vatronal" aie M roiio. i I .v l.lV'fl ..ill I'hilhpMilk of aaaafnesta Phillips Milk of Mug. Vi.-ks Vauonal 1 nil of Sale M-. utiurti Ki-Uil rrtre 8 or tin ll7 4 ox bottle Us 12 oi bottle bottle 82e fsjB II i H i .and. and i ".i h lia> anaid i 'u.iii OaUrn Dn i and Hath K.t.ln-n %  I • vwil ghOp If Hilei, ut dalnfl bu-in.. I.r,. i. Ihe placr Appli D UaCa 1 M-,/Lne l^ne 11.300 3n MISCELLANEOUS UTO PARTS 11 plate batlerlaa generator amalurea. clutch iliv. iam %  haft gear*, furl pumpa. brake lining" %  ic TStquIr* Auto Tyre Company* Trafalgar Street Phone SSSS. 3 -t f %  CAPS American atyled long p*ak a SS c each STAN WAY RTOBE. : | ,M I W Sn GYNOMEX AntUeptK liophybicU,Jelly la quit* ruumleaa In It. Wal or %  rneraj rTarl however frequenth uaed Numeroua Chemical and bactn.>'otc..' trata have proved lh* abaolut* rfnclencs • •I Ihla prep ar ation, and aa a reaull It l> : rt-onvmanded by a very large number oi Medical Men and Gynaecologiaia \fada by thaaatna manufacturer, nf %  ". i..mii. Tableta Plica-complete outfit t vi il. 3 'Obtainable | KNIGHTS LTD Jfl WV-Sn Kg af l|.|, : rvRii. niti.K HHOOKS piainiiff (lAIIKNrr ItlllT.lN h M. l-.f.n.l ,.! in punuante of an Order In Ihla Court in tne above actif>n made on the ITlh day of April lino. I gi v n<1 „c Q ,u pei-Mm. baVIM Ml r.late. r.aht or inter, an".J" *"* *" 'neumbran.r All Ihat . ..r riida> betwisrn the hour* of 12 iiu-ini and 3 o'clock in 'he eftetm.m, at the 4 the Awi.tant Curt i>f Appeal at ihe Court Hnute Bndgeiosn. before the 12th day of July I MO. in order N'OTICT. IB III3U3V OIV1 \ nap*oa having any debt or claimaaalnat the Katale of Waller Thoma. Holder, dnanaed. late of Venture In the Pariah of .Saint John In Ihla laland whd died on Ihe IBth day of Augii^ IBIS Inteatata. are reque-ted to MM %  L-I lieiiLare of their claimduly n Heated to th* underalgned InRoanmund ll..lder. r,o H nc A OriRlth. Solicitor* Ha I Swan Slrrart. Itndgetown. on or tulore the Slat da> of July. IM. after s-hach data I ahall proceed to dlatribute ih aeaeta of lh* decreased among the partie. entitled thereto having regard only to auch claim* uf whlti. I -h>|i Ihrn have had noltea and I v. %  11 hfl> b.liable for lha aaarta or any part thereof eo dlatrlbuted to any person ofi WaaMi debt or claim 1 ahall not lh*n have had notice And all peraona Indebted to the aald ealato are raqueated to aettle their indehleiinewi will-ml itelav Oated ihia lat day of June, IBM IDA WllHAMUND HulJIKH Wialiltort Admlulatrau-I. of the BMali nl Waller Thoma. Ih.lilrr .l.c.-a-.-d More Arms Aid tor Europe WASHINGTON Mr. IX-an Ai-heuu, UiuU-d BtatsS "i Ertat*, suid today tnui unless tneuwa a %  'very consitlUaagl in tha illti'Ilialli.lial it ituglil be necesaary IM tha propoatxl $1000,iMHl.ouo budget of arms for Europe. %  i • .*> %  < i't.a\ vs..U -'.ifMiiu ID fUPPOII ut the |l,tlaV8Ur-*M il iirii.s Aid Pr.n'i.iiiiii.. liefoie a Joint session of the Senate ron-iiin ttalsttosM UKI AI %  1 ntfttaas II.was aaked bj Senator Alex%  sinitii (Itepuhluan. New Jtnay) if he ctiuld f.:. possible rexluetiuii in the arm* aid '."'-%  .!> tistrengthen North AtBty powers against possiDU Coiiiinuniat aggressiiiii. MJ Ai rksson nplM "I do not t/.ink .insonteoulii sav now thai Hi thS imniMUnie rUtUN it eTOUrfJ DC liLM-red." —Iteiilrr 1st June. 1950. A FETE At the All Saints Vicarage Crounds. St. Pi Thsraelay 8Ui June. (Bank Holiday) (iamea. Merry -• Round F.lr. He fresh men Is on Sale iMuielng at the <;irla Srhool at g pm. SHIPPING NOTICES S I "CITY irr DIEPPE %  %  !• Adelaide May ISth Melbcume J.tn. 2nd a*tdney June llth. Hi Sath arriving at Ttlnldad al % %  a a -PORT wsa.i.iNt.T Inly Augurl Srlabane *M Melbourne mat July N (J.iern.ku 1 Sydney mid Augual acrl.. about Bth lipiimHi The.* .eaaala have ample .pace t.i Killed hard ITW.II ..- ,* %  Cargo acrapted on Ihraugh MMa l.dinn .ill, iianahoaanenl at TtinW—I f.., Rrlildi Oman, flerbad"*. W11naad M. WITHY CO |1 Agon**. Trtaldad DA COSTA a CO. LTD Agenta. Barbadoa nAr*woocy' anil St Vincent, aalllna Tha M V TAhinwr-I accept Cargo and Paaaengart for vtigua. Montorrrat, St Kitt.-Ne... uilmg Saturday B.W 1 SCHOONER oWNMLV ASSOCIATION \m, M cu rw OBI.BAMB *ra.irs Art. Mas N.O. Jl.t May l|lh I MX SIN IOBR -msn I || %  IIAI PsM 1 Off van mm .'. / • %  HMO III (REAM From 4.111 I I II II S APPEAL LOST KINGSTON. June 2. k Alphoivus Mah-olm, former Ilia Jan-wen M. .K.-V ..: Ki-dny lost an iirul ctasfrarM i sni i • tot ikhai %  otsri to I the poll in his car during last December's eUs-tion Ml atefaolm si ippolnti i s ; .,..-. i n Jwiu —Reiilir ^^^^^w^^^^^?^?^^^^o^^^^?^?o?5^^^ %  rum. GALVANI6ED TANKS S only. SN Uidlona Galvauslaed Tanka with ouint THE GENTJtAI. AOENCY CO BAR RADOB. 14 lllgn . I ti 3* i LADIES' SPORT COATS-!n aaaorted Coloura—Art Bilk Lined SB SO and %  SS W The Modern D.e.. Bhoppe. Bro.l Street ? %  '" NODtaH f..r rssr rerorJ player !1 kind, including Ruby and sapphire •eml-permanent needier to play aeveral XZW PIJVTTERS Dinah Shore. Prank Sinatra. Bing and all th* real. Come .'.d at. but quirk ' M "g.i ;i. PANTS CMaaS Plannel Panta ST SC s-, sr ... nalule Iron ihe benefit" _. ree. and he ilepnvrd of all claim noiilVad that th.v it alicnd the >aid Court on Wrdncithe llth day of July ISM, at |Q when their aaid claim, will inked. mder i hand t i ITth day of t V GILKES. Barbados Youth Movement Wr beg to remind you Ihat lh %  rtiviUea of Ihe Barbadoa Youth Movement ar* being held on Mondavi. Weiineadaya and Prtdaya at the Youth. Centre. Tudor Bridge You will alaa icmwrraber that when we Brat .tarled i ur ynuUi work In IBJl .• •>• il. .pianl. envied, ate : but to-day •earybody want* to become it youth leader now the Barbadoa Youth Movemen I ha a banana war Id-wide and recognleed Bo help ua to help the unfortunate youth* of Barbadoa. Rev I.. Bruce-Clarke. Pounder. Rev J B. CHANT. Chaplain. Mr* OLGA BROWMT: O... Se. 1 0 SO—In MAIL NOTICES M.ll. f.,r St Vincent. fllSSaall. Timldad and Urmati Oulann bv the M V Canadian Crulaer will be cloaed at Ihe Grneeal IM %  Mnr-e m under. %  ... -.1 I!. and thdinarv Mall ai t %  m on Manday. 5th June IBM Malla for Martinique Antigua, s CrolR, S Tln.maa, VI and New York t.. Ihe S B. Port Townahend will be cloaed al th* General Poat OTTIce a> under Parcel Mail and RetO-lerr-l Mill al Bam Ordinary Mall ..i 10 IS a m TO-DAY d June JANETTA DRESS SHOP EaWftf Broad Street UpBUlTS over NKWSAM A CO OPENING SATURDAY, JUNE 3rd. Hour*: SATUHIMY d 30 to 11.30 MONDAYS to FRIDAYS 8 30 to 3 30 A Small Assortment of . HI.AD. MADK IIKt'.HhtS from MS Ss lp M-. Ilreaaea made to aeder i.- h ,i..-. dirferenl tabrlea lit LIBERTY'S of LONDON a SPECIALITY SOI 1 II ti..| s i. t s*lil IN -l.alt.al aRBVICB Malltat Barbed** %  I -ALCOA PIK1H1W . ALCOA PENNANT • • "AlA'OA PATRIOT' %  MIIIIaOINU April Bath May l*th st... Mi Karbaea. May litn May lit May llth May ISth May nth May !*th June SIR > "ALCOA POLARIS IBS Montreef a St Lawrence Rival Poru. For Montreal a HI lawreni* River J^hn. Montreal and St Law lene* River Porti .*" mm. ida lion A STEAMER" May SSih 'A STEAMER" June inn Thaae vraaeU hava llm Apply %  DA li. il11 id Tilt e-l paaaanger a %  II A '> SI 1 Ml .v.. -TD— Canadian s*rv|.* Voik and Uulf Bervlea. HARR ISON LINE OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM: v>ffi from itmm SS. "STATESMAN S.' S "TACTICIAN S "TRADER* Olasgow & Liverpool latndon LaWpOOl Due Barbados 31*t May 13th .l un e 3Isl May I8th June ITth JuM 30th June HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM iS "AtiVtMFi*"' '" floses In narbadoa S^SaSKi^ ;; !^-„ |?!! ;^ r For further parUculara apply to DA COSTA & CO.. LTD-AenU. PASSAGES TO IRELAND Ann DubUnan HV^BUALI" V '". ft '""' i"a lo %fSS£"a&' W *-•--.-,'.',-,-,'.*y.'.e a*^e ',',-.',•.* -*.*ae,r,*>f .*,'.*.*.-.',*.*&,' Furniture Storage Available at Ralph A neard'a Warehouae. Hardwood Allev For Renlala Phone MSI Long and Short term period s;.',-,',-',*e'r',-,-.'-',-a*e'e-a'a'-'e'e*a' •, j I'arailisi'Kfaihllubl.ld. [ *; Nt>TICL TO MEMBERS S In ateoidanco with Rule O ^ 34 the Clul. "ill bt closctt V; S on Saturday, 3rd June, 1950. o ** fiin 9.00 p m. *J % By order of thr Committee. \ GENT'S LOAFERS IN BEIGE OR BROWN WITH CUSHION CREPES0LES Sli. '.'.-, SOLTIIIIOIM) SAILINGS from Montreal. Bt, John, Nil. || 0 | if „ x Ns T.. Burbado.^ Tnniilu.l. Dtimrara, B.0, M.I.I.. ....! Pal.. ... ..I PLANTATIONS LIMITED-4nH SHGUEMfiV TERMINALS W.dyVVWpOOV'e^-trWaVleftSy^ nil Want to I %  oh i Will Wat ,PR|Nn COAT. IT-Tt COAT inedlnrr CornettlMIl' OFFICIAL SALE :. Mil' UMlS In the AaaUlani I aart af Agaal. • EquiUble J.irladlctlum CYRIL IIKt'CE IIKOOKS Puunlifl CLARENC-r lll'HTON KIN.; Drfrndanl Nolle* U hereby given thai bv aMua of an Older ol the Aaai.tant Court of Appeal dated Ihe tlth da. of April 1M0 eat bidder at the Ofnre of the Clerk <.f • A. Maal Court ol Appeal al the Court Houae. Bridgetown, la-i--..,. Ifaa hourrn of 13 .nooni and t o'clock i the afternoon <>n Friday tha llth da> ol Jul( All that certain pine or parcel of land •lluat* at King George Road efoicaid M the -aid pariah of Saint Michael and .•land aforeaald containing by admea>. TssstJ on* perrhaa nd on* hall ol a penph be the aame moir clo.ivr of orte perch and one hall of a p.nh contained in toe Public R..ad here i-ioncdi hutting and txrundlna -n Und. ol one Bretton deeeaaad. on .i.ne OHley. on land, of Ml "artin and on the Public Road called K ua George Road hereinafter mentioned %  %  elw th* aame may butt and hound and If not then Bold the aaid property w.ll be .. %  > -.%  i. until the aame la < f..r i lh* aame houra Uatod th. nth day of April. ISM I V rm.KES. Ag Clerk of lh* Aaditanl Court of Appeal >i 3n lor MARL. SAND GARDEN sun I i. LIME and BLOCK STONE Dial 4503 Ball PotDUd WATERMAN . JOHNSON'S STATIONERY Btt tha Play THE MIDDLE WATCH > TO lie Stiigetl in June STNALNMCS Wll MIRRORS ate at JOIINSUN-S IIARIIUARE i r lif\4art* ... I. tit l-S t II III III nil'OIIIVYI NOTICE Ihe Supph ol Natural Oai is being continued pending negotlatibna Ihe lliirbados lias Co.. LTD. a] Christian Science iii'ailinj* lioiini nor ii i" i MIB.MA TINS rtAB l • i *EN A | SilARI & SAMPSON LTD. LOST A MM'.Ml ( ion? Itoun. : l'J a.m.—2 p fn Tuea-laya, Wednesdays Erid-.y. 10 anil—II oVloefe Saturdays. I Ihla Room lb* Blbla an tut Chtlatian Science Mat boM near. t % %  %  •lb wita H'l • irlgtair* t>, %  .. i RAAfi HELP ADY For m.u.ag'ng pnutlon BJB !ANCP. SHIRT FACTORY rMAtrrT^'H-GARDaWDI Apply M Paivai Rlnre No > "igh Street :i %  MI SB MISCELLANEOUS | a Visitors Are Welcome a LOST MR \l ri.IT Silver Filiaree. Atlht Willow Club. Thur..l.. Finder pleaae return aame to Mia. N..(mi lluabanda. r o Regal Club. Comer T-doi '•AT i'h large black and fluflr oat. wllh all whlto underneath. H iler plea. return ti. "Ifnmelelav %  %  %  1 a fc> In FOUND A nim of money in Ihe outer office of th* Colonial Treasurer • pl*a apply to G O Wll. Income Tea Office. Bridge Street j.e.ao >n FOH -KKTHKAT" SAIL SIX MEN'S HAY i of the ye: JOHN M. BLADON (a. r v A rATE AGENI AUCTIONEEI .,... 4it40 i' i %  St'I'VEYOK you, can, mvi hoach. Suadabupa mud WlaJdiws;jua. MIL a. jnatteJL o$ howiA. Cow, d g May 17th 0 7DMEC WEEKLY SERVICE TO GUADELOUPE AND MARTINIQUE BY BRITISH WES1 INDIAN AIRWAYS I owrr Broad street Brldgi-lo' HarliaduPIlOII' — 45*5 and 2719 POLISHES "f nai ili-viriplion |UM rneived. Till: 4L.MHAI. I SIPOIIII SI ICnrrBAL IOIM.KV I.T0— mrlrW.l c ..rn.r „l B.o.d X Tudor HlrprU. THE STANDARD VANGUARD IHE FAMILY C U H rffls* tVBTWBII Up-to-date in every detail ol Ihsll d.sign. luxuriously r


PAGE 1

Sum %  • il .i< .1 % %  % %  • %  .1 I r. It. totetims luuocate Vrirr; i %  vi: n: \ is \ em* SS SECONDARY EDUCATION MUST NOT DROP TOO EARL V TO SA Y ANYTHLXG ABOUT SUGAR Adams Says on Return to Iturlnidos JLfR.G.11 U>AMS.!IU l f th< Barbodo-i .1.... f AaMmUy, ratMnwd from land ye leeda) afternoun. II, Ir(i hnvlaml on Wed New \ork. and arrived In TriaJdbd yoeterda] i < M ,i... >. way .,i nurto Uco a>d cttgfci ih | noon (Ughi te Barbados, nhii-l. arri\.-d .„ s.-.,,.|| vh„nl\ before MS p.m. %  BWI Sug> . %  Mr Adams said th. 1 thing about the lln.il out%  Informal Meet Inf. i.. ..: meeting m the Tbundaj %  %  ( Dl Cumn Inj .ii .1 Un Mi James. K bb ami Lord Beam en Thememorandum press i B.w.i. nugai n. i. %  bb and Mi J< I pon of thalr claim tea i !" rea guarantiOtilK left for MalIn a half column .. MMI' Tin-. Exprra with tfa with ihe memcall lam "Express" Supports Wl Sugar I to give UM We* Indfc %  market rot tin i ai produce \\ i decide ai will buy British oi goods" says thi E have to bu.v Brll not allowed dollars With fthlcn lo do anything else Ho then that Weal iti.ii.. %  houid not receivi to ret stantial aeonon ..i. .i iiritish market for all >unai they can produce" This, coaeliKb J mom than -i cam would be done b\ v.'%  caas i I done by" At his hotel th] Gomes leader of the fl W I deb gation told me ha pleased with the v.... progressing. Comment.: Express leantning to look as if our effort!, on bearing fruit. Without bent] over optimistic It a our memorandum ma> I British Government their n in meet at the West India I i on Monday morning lo talk on I polnti likely to arise at next Wednesday's mooting with HI Majesty's Government They anflu aaillni without leaving anytl chance hul %  Qjub | Ism Is reflected imCf hers. —Bv fable ti reset I time \< tessarj To Retura I %  V said thai when be left Biirimdos, it was e?i*h • uld not bo more than two Break %  tnciilN were %  %  Ill n %  nning the war i men I .nd m be UN %  the bcac unknown reason Bar! aam M %  pi by the ship%  %  Mi BUM*' recent matanei Bi I'.i: h Compass) I man some hip> rought on' the baux%  .... ,. %  %  %  %  •.. ..' H-. %  n)*irifar\ %  thai %  ... then Brlthtl %  I %  Roma Defence Minister Kudullo I'jcelardl hulled a slal.mcnl dri larlBf th.it tlir rhinse of ir OIK Monarch) la it.mii.h. law -<•.. age te tl,. i n-.i il III> ir|i i. IIV-M.II>. or iiiiiiri<< werthj el in.mi.m In the Italian .itmril fereaa. Similar parades look ID regtonai Italiai eaptl ,.imi--l sticngtl. %  %  %  taaa since the wai ti.. Italian Pan i %  t. have 3 SM mass ineetuiK~ tlinmghout tin* kmanrl pea the i-i.i.i. ni,i. (BarWdoa Idvc Cortea Ipoekdrnl > na iRUETUV. N 1 r, tribute to leilov West ln< 1.11 12 othei pasaenxers and the) <-i. H r idadlan related toCeorgetown n %  .: %  I. bind tbi i .'i I'W %  }>'io* e I r.-m Tnnirl a.1 ording to -. SPORTS WINDOW ... I Oir IklllwO.>iroai' %  1 till! II \M iiihl ..i ..!..>. 1 III). at 10.50 men i' %  Smuts" Condition I iieliaiiged %  %  inrtnhl w: omeial %  M I noon "iII i I %  I %  .. dsttl —Rea'rr Campion Will /\ot May in I'irst Te$$ LONDON. -Ill -, j hlMdli ..-'. %  .(.I.'. %  %  %  iLdai ".'.i %  %  %  %  %  ... I %  Old Traffi i % %  Keulrr Ma II AtKin i.m. but after turning "." k Hid i li.ingiTi,. plain -.. louehed down at Adiinaon arcamd I p m Cap) Farfan. v f %  i i it G Plai %  4 all went well until tin % %  neai Hi. rronttai TbU was 9.30 and %  %  i i i. -,...• turnlni bai I I id Stalled One '.r ti nguwi h Fa rfan pilot the way The weather on the readlncl) rough Kir'i • lUaus, Mind kal But I ap Farfan skdr n> brought tl %  in i latei Plam %  %  --'hMlng fm lor* %  gain tool of] d %  %  %  %  I Caiit ParfaJ ">r. %  ii.ipt i Parl n f rornv R C A F pth rmtb did • %  i lllHl. I .... In ;i n<%  i %  i r00 BUILDINGS RAZED T KY . %  to si;irt ihortlj betwai \ %  .. w.', n Oen i < Benelux states Laat algftrg rttit-h n >He it was learned. tUted with regrH thai llM Itnii-h tMt\ernmenl ..-.i.ii m.( Ita :. h.lhill. •lit lo partl.issif* III the on Ihe term* u Oraai Brltai hamper t(v %  i .i IXMU Uons 1 i I' %  • n n Ei • i undei i iii maka H i i %  Met which prevent Britain from the tot communique h Ihe n.'tions pnrtteiiwtling m 'I.T will pubuah to aj The Brltlah note, it ., in tinprinciples i ( the pool without havhfK furth. i f ippll I 1 .nte.1 oul that the nagctiatlorii gut to 'tart shortly would determine the** memode and thai Britain arould nape ^ r *' '" %  | •"•] tolnlni the i"' ( ii —Rilil-i j-jARRISON COLbECt. t.aa a long and reputation, but it is our duty to look to the i i> mta rt .ii.il II well as to the past. Mr. Ham uiond said at the School's Speech Day yesterday "Ktlticatioti i* no1 [irimarih n nUitttM of Rchemea mid ttrvnnigatimi. H in u matter aC Imtnuii l>enioitaHtiei Without meti <>f i|iinlit\ MMI UM on iisi.(il no m'hittil '-:III IIOJH in maintiiin iw taiidardf i i>.ii am MaM ^lr llaiininmi. the rriah) met BbaJI v*a> %  I Mvajra that it nKBiVedj mewh pablk a.ientinn. and cer'a.n action was taken h\ (•o\ernineiii in the erealum ol a limited number til super legal BOatl 10 cheek tin* dr; it hi.iK niialilied men and lo recruit replacement*. ruitment In the West Indies ...in..! ..s yet nice: the i i ertaii I peuticularlj Science and Moderi artll the UniCollegi the West indies i llvi to i %  Wt i< threatened at pie>enl willi (he IONS, of valuable ita th u< tan ntaatara who are toeing foe aclwi IslasHb where their Salariea an more allrnclne. i-nd a Itarh.idian dm'* nut lightK leave tkurbadoa. \\ Goriuun> Will Jtiin So human nun i ,. w. st %  ;< tH>NN, Ju i <;<> •nl II lo-daj publish a joint deelar.. lion on its readiness to work the St ii.mi.in plan t'n p-HtiiiiK weaaai I oal and steel nulii-tii. an offv tal spokesman rial Th* I'eelarsilan is a formal Kir. by Che French, and is being made by Italy and the Belie tries it Is a preltmtnai %  %  t<> start ii '••rtnlght on th. —Reut-r Federation "Expensive ltuffooiiery" LEGISLATOR DECLARES BELIZE i %  . ..... r..i federating tl Brltl ib irlbbaan cotoi %  • tpsnstva l.nt!(nery" IHi.Hun Johnny Bmlth, Baoln nht i Bat iiUM "n Ui .i Council and Depu' Mayoi "l BeUSe. In a press Intei view during the weekend Mi Snath said that the propom. that the Unit Governors and tin i lenaral should have lie irva Power and 'hr right ti n ambati to the Banal burlei que ol %  11. doui recoi ..' |. repugnant even ,, h geographlcall ..I. and poJlttcally arouli fadaraw n n %  h n* i i I-. n int..ii. M fai apart .< %  e. i> walk of life, n%  -. thm Truman \\ ants BIMKUI Powers For Arms Aid V. \>.lii IGTON i nl Truman'i req %  1 etnn genoll I lO %  pot II 1.1 heavj opposttton from Sen %  i %  %  Pri anting Ihi I i t-ii MSistsnes programme totaiUng II411.500.000 (C4II I %  ad 'in broad powi rs to wnd aid t.. ai -it unknow n %  ounti v I faced bj ",i grim stiiiggle lo mak. i %  opu ire was Ihi I 'i :i. poaalbUlts thst I %  %  Mi Trui m mad* I • leai ti a) funds would be dtv. tad onl a IliC un i "i iMiteigVIIO aflm-ung %  %  Undei the nee Aid inn UM I %  than i. ml ol in grtltrr No I nni|naecnc> It s ui .puj eon done 1 I %  that tinoriel I I start I .. .,. lUBt i %  i %  %  R Island amor* pubth hinds an fully n .... %  i '.. ound tton, sad I an .: phi. | ... th you vi lance Dial thai .ml %  calion is the Last,* limn -. S Alnca Will Nol Recognise New China M %  m %  %  Ii..in. M .1 that the lent i> i Con Qovernt I ol Chin. in Mi 1 ..ii inii'n mnounee %  % %  • |. Alien %  i again I nei Cmnaos i %  Iti-nler (nit IHI Make .... inxUhe. tl th<%  las lard i "i i< -*• ii * tinI iMlir ami ||.irrim < til saga Iillawed to fall Ihraogk an ultlhlllkhiM ICSSBUjBB] lleiltinur t Ihr -Him ;iiim..( imi .MI in r> i riaadaraS ( ihtv l-lsit Mill he Irreparali'" n %  I -mkir • II be %  I | ... i %  %  %  %  %  The inswei In thi %  %  i orb 'W Bags II INSAM: t'Al-IH %  !.".: I .I. w .1 I'Heiilv .Ii VJ All Pares .in in..I .. rorlslng gen, ha* nltb pital tnr an inileilnile period. —Reuter ************************ lis kre ..I II. iii MR GRAM r after i %  % %  Slai Would Obe? Mosrou Dlrwlivt* i pee%  -If Mosci %  em." barged %  %  %  : %  I K'Ut" CONTINUING %  J rtts — Reeter. W.I. DEFEAT SOMERSET II) 71 RUNS: RAMADHlft TAKES FIVE WICKETS Lie Prepare* %  Memorandum Mi %  %  : %  I. • %  membei i i %  i %  %  I %  %  Its t here v.. p %  I II %  %  %  Roaai IT-tmadhin Ihe inunt i dad ilea rtghtarm bi :n put ap a C'MMI per farntuwe ."ri althaogh not i m fa M ell J-. on the idaj look t M fas N mil gained man-h in %  res ai i I %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  1 %  l hrifht II *,, rerl time"..in Lei So..meV .... eoa %  l.i%  I i ( ... ,. %  %  feu %  %  %  —Heater <31 RsE^r^here 'aj-V ..... • ith la ret %  n %  • tkeepi-r Slephensun M %  %  %  %  added Lawrenci fd With • The st.u, ..... %  %  % %  hi hours 2li minute 11 louii Mendes France with 3d. a botlli (ihili' Recogiiitfe \-.HA'.' t> i Htl : %  tonlghl Presldt P %  was ii'.' %  u %  delicious and refreshing Bottled Under Authority of THE COCA-COLA COMPANY dY BARBADOS BOTTLING CO.. LTD. i im ti* baa tiM \ mi \ MEWI geog Baditt DaaMasttlaB avatf eveatai Mtnui** titrtmrh Ssmards) Iran M — Ml pm -R-u.., ff ****!* ***!*****.*?<,



PAGE 1

PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE Ccuub gatUm} Ever Visited TeUcombc? Folk Recording! L EW FTT. t .UllTld to cordings for \h< second visit to England Mt On Leave [i: JOHN WHYATT. KI Attorn*) Qaaaral i i > il.W 1 A fO. p,.-n1 wd a few days witn %  'ii> com** from Jamaica, has Sir Hubert and Lady I T some visitors talk e*d English as *ll fore he leaves for England on about now backward flai,n, [ leav riaaj you wonder If %  Jug| how backward M really are take you over to the liny vtUage of Telscombe fa tnd baft She | MM and %  x wheretime has sto< for some seventeen od |< t that any boy In ] Off To U.K. TAKE TWO 'rabbit-tail' onm fasten than to %  pillbox of \r ; then t.'kc %  white lace collar. Ilx il to u low-neck UM outfit of Km. K.i.i,11 UM Ml HA. London's lallcsl showgirl, at a Mayfalr party rccentlv. thai progress in In* foni w SAVING on Thursoay night on m *' ck avc lanops, movies, saloons, tele1_, ,,„. s S G-*c .gnc for Engf l _;" leH D b S ,M • f" mc 7.."! iand Io -**" 0 ,hrc months' holivations has parsed then daj with her rel.v "iiuaiiit little village by. MrDeborah Altrnan. Although it means .. M Mi H Altman of the Lias taxi or a tivcBros Dn Baton .' walk to the nearest not one of Tclseunibc's thirty(Otir inhabitants voice complaint egalm! AIM I ham, who was responsible for 11 .ill Squire liorham owned half the si d other local He left It In his will U t > Brtglttoa Oorpoi v — but with several la It No buildings other than ( a • buildings, were to be built wttbb it quarter-mile of the villas %  < freshments were to I* oUitX than In the villagt I tub. which he had built; No trees were to be felled thaj constituted a danger faha eonuminttj Itrigtiton Corporation and tin :..: %  -! Ii.iv>pain 'akinciv hi | the bargain. 1 So the next lirne yuu hear Uyi one running Barbados down Just l h Bay chum, have you ever to Tebu.-omhe"'" On Annual Leave fc/ff't A i. KIIIBY, Bupervfani On Sick Leave DICK ClIAM.KNOK who :>'i the past month has been staying w.th his parents at Bucfs. Thursday morning by B W 1 A Dick is with Neal and Masse? in San Fernando and has osen up H IS EXCELLENCY the Oov11 nn tnd Mrs aavag) nanicd by Cap! W. Law hart, Private Secretary, attended the H Speech Day and Prise String yesterday. Amur* llu-r uraaaol w**e Sir Allan <'ollymorr, Sir Ofmf Swl. Miiri'blc rj H ftHin. Mr. r%Hyr,. Mr J W. Mr .mil Mm ituiip iirwin Hyrtna. Mr r C Goddatd. M C P ami lin I ..-liL.nl Mr Mid Mm II A Wniih. Had. Mr -ltd Mr. C Cl Heed. Tt.. I'un'blr Uw Lord Ituhoa. Mr and Mri W A Furtnrr. Major and Mr. C KonU Mr and Mia 1A Wulcoti. Mr. and Mra O. H. HiaiW. Mr. and Mr. I • 1 MM m mt Mra i %  -> % % % %  ..nd Mra fl. C Millar. Mr. F A Watarman. Col. B T Mhrhalin MlN Bwlon. He* and Mm B N V Vaiiahan. Dr. and Mrs C. I. Huiaun Ilia Honour lh Bp*nk*r aiul Mi. HuabSIHaT. nr and Mra F N QrannuiMr and Mia E M S Burrows* Major i.nd Mn A S Wanwi Mr* J cw..rll and Miaa rttl> Arm Cable ud H (W.T.I Ltd.. left yesterday morning by U.W.LA.. to spend his nM. nual leave In Trinidad He we* RS h .1 1'El HIE. wife of h lf the Acting Colonial SecreIndefinite Stay bada on Ttaunday night by the "GascoBUe" en route to sangland siuBM i i %  %  nd t 0 ,, in Dialajid lor ~ an IndaflnlU stay pad w * "e%  i bj Uvftli D| M ILS. SAVAllfc, will open OM Girl Guide.' Fair at the Drill ll.il| this afternoon it MS o'clock. There will be .. Quids display at 4.31) p.m. and the I' lice linnd will eoauntnea ttv. > %  oonaart at 8 p.m. The Welters and Jo M R. and Mrs. II. K Weller und thctr daughter Jo. from 9mr(luisimento, Venezuela are here for a holiday. They have been ring In V Going For Lord Baldwin I T iluiosTttood thai CU Which lef! Iturbados daj nighl will U ttgua to nioh up Lord Baldwlr who i i retumlni to England C call at Antigua, on her lust northp for s niitnlxT of Antiguans who w> re anxioiito ob%  ges tn the U.K. Thi--il 1 enable %  averal mors ol Ihern bo tain sd • •f another sailum opEngland CROSSWORD 1 1 p • i 1 7 M3 _T ff II r 1 1 --JrT r F T Qualified Nurses WQ B.G Sehuler and Ml". Ji 411 Hix 1. r>ti 01 aWt •niiny iRIand 1 uiharsrtw. (4 f, .11.(1 !%  -. Illll (ll It. Ill Il wnat maim Ui turn IT to iHt IS. 11 altars po* rau>. t uuHi ni.-i. <*• la. '1st* 1 Of"S OT %  BMI I .. %  tin 181 *;;; quallila. SI 81 B: ^cSnTo.'wWaJ HlehMl'i HoapttsI, Toronto. Both ^"K ,,, ?* H ,l, *,* ft "" *tJ* Py id befo that the; Trlnldud und Mi had many experience:, in various purts of tl rat I Mr Weller is the Ac.-ountant Ot C. Energie Eleelma de Vene/uel... a subsidinry of the Montreal Engineering Curpn., Ltd. They are .Haying at Cacrubank. t'ure Two Years Ago M R. and Mrs Lindsay Ycurwooil and their two OBUgfatari arrived fTODD IHilMad yesterday by B.W.I.A. lu speiul tl WSSSM at Bonnie Dundee. St Lawn-iue In Trinidad. Mr Year wood Is with Faiah and Co. in B Dando Their last holltluy In Barbados was two years ago. in 11 "id stvidanui g h School .1 st %  osaph'i of sftn j 1 Miss Schiilev 1the ilaughter ol Mi Ollvo Bebulat rrJao of Hon. John l\trnan %  snd Ufa Rlx 1 Ihg daughttr of Mr. tnd Mrs A Rix of Qaot Coming to W.I. A IR COMMODORE and Mrs. < f.rv Suvo* br^iimr* V) I'll* n r doUDilena (1 t> 1 rend rtnd bacom* beim-m 1 Anagrsm of 14 rnliiti" Dreaent day. 141 .,** I lan IS H*4< l. land, il fat 0-i. Hlart Hsns t H %  %  l0 ftU l to 1 BY THE WAY > wmmu* A N Eastern lady remarkcil in New York the other day that polygamy was an rtgnt if the man WBI kood and just to all his wlvaa It Is told of the ureul Harounal-KaUbalii of Bagdad that he has 238 Wives, I43 of whom he disliked intensely. One day. In the I a v e-markcl at KhorbUba .ien tM ispUd I delightful l.ii I-. llnwer. || young and 111iiovent .1.1 Li!'., bulltii; He signed to his old vlzlr. Khadlsh (in the w.i, horiM she sidled up t-i Rotsbaltl Ud amid, %  Master .,( the w Lord of Haci%  Tubeol I he Desert of U I 1 %  < % %  %  cold U" me. Il there someone else? 1 •Imshallah"* nwred the %  soon < %  tot 1) 1 Delights, thai Whereal obi KI tdl laughed so iiniuo• turned it || liM main | H I hall or I'ortlaud-place Dot ba unpopular. To the dail) letter from %  ngrj li.steneis. most people have forgotten thai ro dont like what you b, n you can at praaant, switch "it without being sent to prison (or umtempt, of radio.


The Barbados advocate
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS DOWNLOADS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00098964/02199
 Material Information
Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Saturday, June 03, 1950
Frequency: daily
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bridgetown (Barbados)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
General Note: On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
General Note: Microfilm produced before 1988 may be substandard.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 17931718
lccn - sn 88063345
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: UF00098964:02199
 Related Items
Preceded by: Advocate-news (Bridgetown, Barbados)

Downloads
Full Text
Sum il.i<
.1 .1
I r. It.
totetims
luuocate
Vrirr;
i vi: n: \ is
\ em* SS
SECONDARY EDUCATION MUST NOT DROP
TOO EARL V TO
SA Y ANYTHLXG
ABOUT SUGAR
Adams Says on Return to Iturlnidos
JLfR.G.11 U>AMS.!IU l f th< Barbodo-i .1....
f AaMmUy, ratMnwd from land ye leeda) after-
noun. II, Ir(i hnvlaml on Wed New \ork. and
arrived In TriaJdbd yoeterda] i < M ,i... >. way .,i
nurto Uco a>d cttgfci ih | noon (Ughi te
Barbados, nhii-l. arri\.-d . s.-.,,.|| vhnl\ before MS p.m.
BWI Sug>
. .
Mr Adams
said th. 1
thing about the lln.il out-

Informal Meet
Inf. i.. ..: meeting
m the Tbundaj
( Dl Cumn Inj .ii .1 Un
Mi James.
K bb ami
Lord Beam en The- memorandum
press i
B.w.i. nugai n. i. . bb and Mi J< I
pon of thalr claim tea i rea
guaranti- OtilK left for Mal-
In a half column .. mmi' Tin-.
Exprra with tfa with ihe mem-
call lam
"Express"
Supports
Wl Sugar
I
to give Um We* Indfc
market rot tin i ai
produce \\ i .
decide ai
will buy British oi
goods" says thi E
have to bu.v Brll
not allowed dollars With fthlcn
lo do anything else Ho
then that Weal iti.ii..
houid not receivi to ret
stantial aeonon
..i. .i
iiritish market for all >unai they
can produce"
This, coaeliKb j
mom than -i cam
would be done b\ .
v.'- caas i I
done by"
At his hotel th]
Gomes leader of the fl W I deb
gation told me ha
pleased with the v....
progressing. Comment.:
Express leant-
ning to look as if our effort!, on
bearing fruit. Without bent]
over optimistic It a
our memorandum ma> I
British Government
their n in
meet at the West India I i
on Monday morning lo talk on I
polnti likely to arise at next
Wednesday's mooting with HI
Majesty's Government
They an- flu aaillni
without leaving anytl
chance hul Qjub |
Ism Is reflected imCf
hers. Bv fable
ti
reset I time
\< tessarj To Retura
I
V said thai
when be left Biirimdos, it was e?i*h
uld not bo
. more than two Break
tnciilN were io i therefore ten it
turn -it this him-
howevet that ail Iho

I i solutions pas-;-
Ida conference In
I

Ughtei veil told the "Advo-

rrej and oe

game
Prefer
Barbadians
High Speed
'Wave'Camera
From Scraps
WASHINi
The American Defem
ment to-day gave i i
high speed cameramade partis'
fro

ends capable M I '
waves moving ,it 18,00
-.mi
The ... DM
used to photogl
detonation wave
aivaa experiments, l
Dapartmai I
"It is axpaetad lo hi i
ly In the future
velopment Of W8J
may SUM be put
!.
temal
statement added Reatet
aai
.v..
lumber OJ
rix.ialr i .ii'i.p.ndr-i
GEOHCil
ti Guiana
Si .

i >

.....Ill
n

nning the war
i men
I .nd m be
Un
the bcac
unknown reason
Bar! aam m pi
by the ship-
Mi Bum*'
recent matanei
Bi I'.i: h Compass)
I
man some hip>
.....rought on'
the baux-

.... ,.

.. ..' H-.

n)*irifar\
thai

... then
Brlthtl

*
H E HI I H IVBRNI IB d W I
H


' f H ,,,
Pri 'ii : he!
i .
Italian Troops
Celebrate llh
Am
ONE E!SG!NE MARS
PL WE TO TRIMDU)
imersarx
KOaU, Juni i.
I

i l i \
In .eli-orate the
. . ft
Wavt ol Sahti i put
i
taking part i >
I
Roma
Defence Minister Kudullo
I'jcelardl hulled a slal.mcnl
dri larlBf th.it tlir rhinse of
ir oik Monarch) la
it.mii.h. law -<.. age te
tl,. i n-.i il iii> ir|i i. iiv-m.ii>.
or iiiiiiri<< werthj el
in.mi.m In the Italian .itmril
fereaa.
Similar parades look
id regtonai Italiai eaptl
,.imi--l sticngtl.

taaa since the wai
ti.. Italian
Pan i ! '
t. have 3 SM
mass ineetuiK~ tlinmghout tin*
kmanrl pea
the i-i.i.i.
n- i,i.
(BarWdoa Idvc
Cortea
Ipoekdrnl >
na iRUETUV. N
1 r, tribute to leilov West ln< 1.11
12 othei pasaenxers and the) <-i. h
r idadlan related toCeorgetown n
.: I. bind tbi i .'i
I'W - }>'io*e Ir.-m Tnnirla.1
ording to -.
SPORTS
WINDOW
...
I Oir IklllwO.- >iroai'

1 till! II \M


iiihl ..i ..!..>.

1

. ,
III).
at 10.50
men
i'
Smuts"
Condition
I iieliaiiged

inrtnhl w:
omeial

M I


noon "iII
i
I '

I
. ..
dsttl Rea'rr
Campion Will
/\ot May in
I'irst Te$$
LONDON. -Ill
-, j hlMdli
! ..-'. .(.I.'.


i- Ldai ".'.i '


... .
I
Old Traffi
i
Keulrr
Ma II AtKin
i.m. but after turning
"." k Hid i li.ingiTi,. plain -..
louehed down at Adiinaon arcamd
I p m Cap) Farfan.
v f
i
i it G
Plai 4
all went well until tin ,

neai Hi.
rronttai TbU was 9.30 and
. . i i i. -,...
turnlni bai I I
id
Stalled
One '.r ti.....nguwi h
! Fa rfan pilot
the way
The weather on the
readlncl) rough Kir'i
lUaus, Mind
. kal But I ap Farfan skd-
r n> brought tl
in i latei
Plam .....*--'-
hMlng
fm lor* gain tool of] d
. ,,
. I
Caiit ParfaJ ">r.ii.-
ipt i Parl n f -
rornv R C A F pth
rmtb did i
. lllHl. I
.... In ;i n<-
i i
r00 BUILDINGS RAZED
T
KY


Flri wiped
I. rht
I
I
'



College Head Pleads
STANDARDS SUNK SLOWLY
Britain Will
Not Join
(Unit Pool
rnornti i
i i H .,.
t
ii British Governm i

..i iteal pool nega >
. to si;irt ihortlj betwai \
.. w.', n Oen i
< Benelux states
Laat algftrg rttit-h n>He it was
learned. tUted with regrH thai
llM Itnii-h tMt\ernmenl ..-.i.ii m.(
Ita
:. h.lhill.
lit
lo partl.issif* III the
on Ihe term* u
Oraai Brltai
hamper t(v
i .i IXMU
Uons
1 i I' n n Ei i undei -
i iii maka H i i

Met which prevent Britain from
the tot communique
h Ihe n.'tions pnrtteiiwtling m
* 'i.t will pubuah
to aj
The Brltlah note, it .,
in tin- principles i (
the pool without havhfK furth. i
f ippll
I
1 .nte.1 oul
that the nagctiatlorii gut to 'tart
shortly would determine the**
memode and thai Britain arould
nape ^r*' '"| "]
tolnlni the i"'(ii
Rilil-i
j-jARRISON COLbECt. t.aa a long and
reputation, but it is our duty to look to the
i i>mtart .ii.il II well as to the past. Mr. Ham
uiond said at the School's Speech Day yesterday
"Ktlticatioti i* no1 [irimarih n nUitttM of
Rchemea mid ttrvnnigatimi. H in u matter aC Imtnuii
l>enioitaHtiei Without meti <>f i|iinlit\ MmI
um on ii- si.(il no m'hittil '-:iii Iiojh in maintiiin iw
taiidardf
i i>.ii am MaM ^lr llaiininmi. the rriah) met BbaJI v*a>
I Mvajra that it nKBiVedj mewh pablk a.ientinn. and cer-
'a.n action was taken h\ (o\ernineiii in the erealum ol
a limited number til super legal BOatl 10 cheek tin* dr;.....it
hi.iK niialilied men and lo recruit replacement*.
ruitment In the West Indies
...in..! ..s yet nice: the i i ertaii .....I peuticu-
larlj Science and Moderi artll the Uni-
Collegi the West indies i
llvi to
i
Wt i< threatened at pie>enl willi (he Ions, of valuable
ita th u< tan ntaatara who are toeing foe aclwi IslasHb where
their Salariea an more allrnclne. i-nd a Itarh.idian dm'* nut
lightK leave tkurbadoa.
\\ Goriuun> Will
Jtiin So human nun
i ,. w. st ;<
tH>NN, Ju
i <;<>
nl
II lo-daj publish a joint deelar.. -
lion on its readiness to work the
St ii.mi.in plan t'n p-HtiiiiK weaaai
I oal and steel nulii-tii.
an offv tal spokesman rial
Th* I'eelarsilan is a formal Kir.
by Che French, and is
being made by Italy and the Belie
tries it Is a preltmtnai
..... t<> start ii
'rtnlght on th.
Reut-r
Federation
"Expensive
ltuffooiiery"
LEGISLATOR DECLARES
BELIZE
i ..... r..i federating tl
Brltl ib irlbbaan cotoi
tpsnstva l.nt!(nery" I-
Hi.- Hun Johnny Bmlth, Baoln
. nht i Bat ii- UM "n Ui
.i Council and Depu'
Mayoi "l BeUSe. In a press Intei
view during the weekend
Mi Snath said that the propom.
that the Unit Governors and tin
i lenaral should have lie
irva Power and 'hr right ti
n ambati to the Banal
burlei que ol
, 11. doui recoi
..' |. repugnant even *
,, h geographlcall
..I. and poJlttcally arouli
fadaraw n n " h n* i
i I-. n int..ii. m fai apart .<
e. i> walk of life, n-
-. thm
Truman \\ ants
BimkuI Powers
For Arms Aid
V. \>.lii IGTON
i nl Truman'i req
1
etnn genoll I lO
.
pot
ii 1.1 heavj opposttton from Sen
i
Pri anting Ihi I i
t-ii MSistsnes programme totai-
Ung II411.500.000 (C4II I

ad 'in broad powi rs to wnd aid t..
ai -it unknow n ounti v I faced bj
",i grim stiiiggle lo mak. .....
i opu ire was Ihi I
'i :i. poaalbUlts thst
I
Mi Trui m mad* I leai ti a)
funds would be dtv. tad onl a
IliC un i "i iMiteigVIIO
aflm-ung
' '
Undei the nee Aid inn Um
i ...... than
i. ml ol
in
grtltrr
No I nni|naecnc>
It s ui .- puj
eon done 1
I

that tin- oriel
I
I
start I
.. .,. lUBt i i
.
r Island
amor* pubth hinds an
fully n
.... .
i
'..
ound
tton, sad I an .: phi. | ... th you
vi lance Dial thai
.ml

calion is the Last,* limn -.
S Alnca Will Nol
Recognise New China
m m .
Ii..in. M .1
that the lent i> i
Con Qovernt I ol Chin.
in Mi1..ii in- ii- 'n mnounee
! ! |. Alien
i
again I
nei Cmnaos
i
Iti-nler
(nit Ihi
'

Make .... inxUhe. tl th<-
las lard i "i.....i< -* ii *
tin- I iMlir ami ||.irrim < til
saga I- illawed to fall Ihraogk
an ultlhlllkhiM ICSSBUjBB] lle-
iltinur t Ihr -Him ;iiim..( imi
.mi in r> i riaadaraS ( ihtv
l-lsit Mill he Irreparali'"
n
. I -mkir
II be

I
| ... i
.
The inswei In thi

i .
orb
'W Bags II
insam:
t'Al-IH !.".: I .I. w '
.1...... I'Heiilv .Ii VJ
All Pares
.in in..I
..
rorlslng gen, ha*
nltb
pital tnr an inileilnile period.
Reuter
************************
lis kre
..I ii.iii
MR GRAM r
after i

Slai Would Obe?
Mosrou Dlrwlivt*
i
pee-
"
-If Mosci
em."
barged



:

I
K'Ut"
CONTINUING

J rtts Reeter.
W.I. DEFEAT SOMERSET
II) 71 RUNS: RAMADHlft
TAKES FIVE WICKETS
Lie Prepare*
Memorandum

Mi


:' I. '

membei i
i -
i

I

Itsthere
v..
p I .
II .



Roaai IT-tmadhin Ihe inunt
i.....dad ilea rtghtarm bi
:n put ap a c'mmI per
farntuwe ."ri althaogh not
i m fa M ell j-. on the
idaj look t m
fas N mil gained man-h in *
res ai i I

'






1

l
hrifht II


*,, rerl time- "..in Lei
So..- ......
meV
....
eoa

l.i- I i
. ( ... ,.
feu


Heater
<31
RsE^r^here
'aj-V
.....
ith la ret
n

tkeepi-r Slephensun m


'
added Lawrenci
fd With
The st.u,
.
.....



. hi
hours 2li minute
' 11 louii Mendes France with
3d.
a botlli
(ihili' Recogiiitfe -
\-.HA'.' t> i Htl :

tonlghl Presldt
P
was ii'.'
. u

delicious and refreshing
Bottled Under Authority of
THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
dY
BARBADOS BOTTLING CO.. LTD.
i im ti* baa tiM \ mi \ MEWI geog Baditt DaaMasttlaB avatf
eveatai Mtnui** titrtmrh Ssmards) Iran MMl pm
-R-u.., ff ****!* ***!*****.*?<,


PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Ccuub gatUm}
Ever Visited TeUcombc?
Folk Recording!
LEW FTT. t
.UllTld to
cordings for \h<
second visit to England Mt
On Leave
[i: John whyatt. ki
Attorn*) Qaaaral i
i > il.W 1 A fO.
p,.-n- 1 wd a few days witn
'ii> com** from Jamaica, has Sir Hubert and Lady I
Tsome visitors talk e*d English as *ll fore he leaves for England on
about now backward flai- ,n,[ leav
riaaj you wonder If
Jug| how backward
M really are
take you over to the
liny vtUage of Telscombe fa
tnd baft She |
MM and


x where- time has sto<
for some seventeen od |<
t that any boy In ]
Off To U.K.
TAKE TWO 'rabbit-tail' onm fasten than to pillbox of
\r ; then t.'kc white lace collar. Ilx il to u low-neck
UM outfit of Km. K.i.i,11 Um Ml HA.
London's lallcsl showgirl, at a Mayfalr party rccentlv.
thai progress in In* foni w SAVING on Thursoay night on m *'ck "avc
lanops, movies, saloons, tele- 1_, ,,. s S G-*c .gnc for Eng-
fl_;"leH'D.bS,M f" mc7.."! iand Io -**"0* ,hrc* months' holi-
vations has parsed then daj with her rel.v
"iiuaiiit little village by. Mr- Deborah Altrnan.
Although it means .. M Mi H Altman of the
Lias taxi or a tivc- Bros Dn Baton
.' walk to the nearest
not one of Tclseunibc's thirty-
(Otir inhabitants voice
complaint egalm! Aim I
ham, who was responsible for 11
.ill
Squire liorham owned half the
si d other local
He left It In his will U
t > Brtglttoa Oorpoi
v but with several
la It
No buildings other than (a
buildings, were to be built wttbb
it quarter-mile of the villas

< freshments were to I*
oUitX than In the villagt
I tub. which he had built;
No trees were to be felled
thaj constituted a danger
faha eonuminttj
Itrigtiton Corporation and tin
:..:-! Ii.iv>- pain 'akinciv hi |
the bargain.
1 So the next lirne yuu hear Uy-
i one running Barbados down Just
l h Bay chum, have you ever
to Tebu.-omhe"'"
On Annual Leave
fc/ff't a i. kiiiby, Bupervfani
On Sick Leave
DICK ClIAM.KNOK who
:>'i the past month has been
staying w.th his parents at Bucfs-
.
Thursday morning by B W 1 A
Dick is with Neal and Masse?
in San Fernando and has osen up
HIS EXCELLENCY the Oov-
11 nn tnd Mrs aavag)
nanicd by Cap! W. Law hart,
Private Secretary, attended the
H Speech Day and
Prise String yesterday.
Amur* llu-r uraaaol w**e Sir Allan
<'ollymorr, Sir Ofmf Swl.
Miiri'blc rj H ftHin. -
Mr. r%Hyr,. Mr J W.
Mr .mil Mm ituiip iirwin Hyrtna.
Mr r C Goddatd. M C P ami lin
I ..-liL.nl Mr Mid Mm II A Wniih.
Had. Mr -ltd Mr. C Cl Heed. Tt..
I'un'blr Uw Lord Ituhoa. Mr and Mri
W A Furtnrr. Major and Mr. C KonU
Mr and Mia 1- A Wulcoti. Mr. and
Mra O. H. HiaiW. Mr. and Mr. I
1 mm m mt Mra i ->"
..nd Mra fl. C Millar. Mr. F A
Watarman. Col. B T Mhrhalin Ml-
N Bwlon. He* and Mm B N V
Vaiiahan. Dr. and Mrs C. I. Huiaun
Ilia Honour lh Bp*nk*r aiul Mi.
HuabSIHaT. nr and Mra F N Qrannui-
Mr and Mia E M S Burrows* Major
i.nd Mn A S Wanwi
Mr* J cw..rll and Miaa rttl> Arm
Cable ud H
(W.T.I Ltd.. left yesterday morn-
ing by U.W.LA.. to spend his n-
M. nual leave In Trinidad He we*
RS h .1 1'El HIE. wife of h, lf
the Acting Colonial Secre-
Indefinite Stay
bada on Ttaunday
night by the "GascoBUe" en
route to sangland siu- bm i i
nd t0 ,, in Dialajid lor
~ an IndaflnlU stay pad w* "e-
i bj Uvftli
D|
MILS. SAVAllfc, will open OM
Girl Guide.' Fair at the
Drill ll.il| this afternoon it MS
o'clock. There will be .. Quids
display at 4.31) p.m. and the I'
lice linnd will eoauntnea ttv. > .
oonaart at 8 p.m.
The Welters and Jo
MR. and Mrs. II. K Weller und
thctr daughter Jo. from 9mr-
(luisimento, Venezuela are here
for a holiday. They have been
ring In V
Going For Lord Baldwin
I t i- luiosTttood thai CU
Which lef! Iturbados
daj nighl will
U ttgua to nioh up
Lord Baldwlr who ii retumlni
to England
C
call at Antigua, on her lust north-
p for s niitnlxT of Anti-
guans who w> re anxioii- to ob-
ges tn the U.K. Thi--
-il1 enable
averal mors ol Ihern bo tain sd
f another sailum op-
England
CROSSWORD
1 1 p i 1
7 m3 _t
ff II
r 1 1 --Jr- T
r F
T
Qualified Nurses
WQ B.G
Sehuler and Ml". Ji 411 Hix
1. r>ti 01 aWt
niiny iRIand
1 uiharsrtw. (4
f, .11.(1 !- -
-. Illll (ll It. Ill
Il wnat maim Ui turn it to iHt
IS. 11 altars po* rau>. tuuHi ni.-i.
<* la.
'1st*
1 Of"S OT
* bmi I ..
tin
181
*;;; .
quallila. SI 81 B: ^cSnTo.'wWaJ
HlehMl'i HoapttsI, Toronto. Both ^"- K,,,?*H,l,*,*ft"" *tJ* Py
id befo
that the;
Trlnldud und Mi
had many experience:, in various
purts of tl rat I
Mr Weller is the Ac.-ountant Ot
C. Energie Eleelma de Vene/uel...
a subsidinry of the Montreal En-
gineering Curpn., Ltd. They are
.Haying at Cacrubank.
t'ure Two Years Ago
MR. and Mrs Lindsay Ycur-
wooil and their two OBUgfatari
arrived fTODD IHilMad yesterday
by B.W.I.A. lu speiul tl...... WSSSM
at Bonnie Dundee. St Lawn-iue
In Trinidad. Mr Year wood Is
with Faiah and Co. in B
Dando Their last holltluy In Bar-
bados was two years ago.
in 11
"id stvidanui
g h School
.1 st osaph'i
of
sftn j 1
Miss Schiilev 1- the ilaughter
ol Mi Ollvo Bebulat rrJao
of Hon. John l\trnan snd
Ufa Rlx 1 Ihg daughttr of Mr.
tnd Mrs a Rix of Qaot
Coming to W.I.
AIR COMMODORE and Mrs.
land for a visit 1., the Weil Indie-.
tii Unttad BtatM and Canada.
They will h. away fin about two
montba Air Comrnodon Wright
.. 1 ihim iv itive M V (or Bir-
mlnghan. from ISMto 1MB Hi Li
! 11. ill
-. Hf/iwd/U break* M
'I. The moat I mi,-]- *ti
"iruetad (31
Basra
1 Do think alien Bwatan
wimid main a diiiut pit-1 (tfi
temd In t*n to riernmr trind I.
n.
Tunr a Mill linu .
(""Unit but no 11 ><
f.rv Suvo* br^iimr*
V)
I'll* n r doUDilena (1
t> 1 rend rtnd bacom* beim-m 1
Anagrsm of 14 rnliiti- *
Dreaent day. 141
.,** I lan IS H*4<
l. land, il fat 0-i. .
Hlart Hsns t H

l0ftUlto1.
BY THE WAY > wmmu*
AN Eastern lady remarkcil in
New York the other day
that polygamy was an rtgnt if
the man WBI kood and just to
all his wlvaa
It Is told of the ureul Haroun-
al-KaUbalii of Bagdad that he
has 238 Wives, I43 of whom he
disliked intensely. One day. In
the I a v e-markcl at Khor-
bUba .ien tM ispUd I delightful
l.ii I-. llnwer. || young and 111-
iiovent .1- .1 Li!'., bulltii; He
signed to his old vlzlr. Khadlsh
(in the w.i, horiM she sidled
up t-i Rotsbaltl Ud amid, Master
.,( the w Lord of Haci-
Tube- ol
I he Desert of U I 1 <
cold U" me. Il there someone
else?1. Imshallah"* nwred the
soon <' tot 1)
1 Delights, thai
Whereal obi KI tdl
laughed so iiniuo 1 edga of
his ami"
choked 1 ith, the old
fool.
Kimlhvr Tukf / tfulzlniin
OWATAMAKUURZKD PHUL
tiie royal watw-can ler, ud
Kolastud Um W.ii.ten of the
Court of I'oniegranatc 1
:o lieiiver then rnastar ban fail
siip-'itlous wives, many of whom
he had never seen. At the rV..-l
,.f the r^lsonlng of WoUi 19
.aim Is were telbeied beneath Hie
tiausm-wlndows, ud M silken
rope-lnililei s W4tfM thrown up by
young bandits ilisgui.sed as rich
t i .I m riaraantung
Thlrty-atgnt Uttering I
The i.mn-1-. took em
bam ud then uunpedid-
.. .. elotld .1 'tut
- mi ol Fragnnt
-
i i the tWO
..:
nds of the
Which,
red thorn
right in Ic-s time than il bikes
tn say Qnak
Ih. lthuhtirh\ Corner
I lies
llflbil ol pultinu my riot
01. IAS kofllC ami 'lie lid In W
loordrobe. Who' should I do fo
. nr,- Ihlir
Dr. Khabarb says I Tin- I l
psyih.iiulic neurosis. Try put-
ting the kettle In the wordrobi
.mil the Lid on youi Ma
you go to the vv.irdiobe to U'.-u
the Ltd '! tin- kail
will fall off your head, and you
will realise that you have got
things mixed up
Compmltory i.hivning
Tl i kmpleat way lo make
listening lo radio COBipuJsor)
would be lo do away with !he
. turn it oil Standard
* i ould only > turned
. it || liM main | H I
hall or I'ortlaud-place
Dot ba unpopular. To
the dail) letter from
ngrj li.steneis. most people have
forgotten thai ro
dont like what you b, n you
can at praaant, switch "it with-
out being sent to prison (or um-
tempt, of radio.


svn-Rn.w. jtve i. usn
B \RD \00: ADVOCATE
Harrison College
Headmaster's Speech
PAG8 TIlRIi:
Speech Day
ing Mr and Mr*
i ft boot, Mr Hm
I M!
com*, but uiuTortui _
RMd bin .Jt Haskrll
".I* III Harrison CeihhflB for som-
of famous nam^-the> arc on the
boards behwu mr. i.n,i on :nose
boards you will we vary few
I re Harmon i
no! win the blur Ribbor.
hone
.
. twenty-five year*.
His devut,on to .he School ha. Vr '*"'
become a byword, and hu untir- 'irour awerdi tor boys.
.-onsiant source of .* could not' however, pass from
; to me as I ,h" commrni on thi- School's in-
tome actual '.'i further examples l'ltual achievement without
nf it fron Mt i,. Mi referenci
. it Some 01
.....'i hb latelj -iiii with u-. bui H
he ".i- n lot CoHi-g,' ha suffer-, i toftM levera
' >'itly Mr Hiiskcll was
imrntion of tboce hundreds of not only a revered II.-
Harrisonlj.ns who powea through but his mathem *
'oi *hile he wi iradiUoo we could ill itfor
h was i man who-c life to lose: Mr Hutcl
MR J
H\MMOM>
M
-.,
*nbult'\oh\ll^i!^tSr^mTQ\hll lfeC*. r*c>u>. Mr. C. A. Burton upprer nte the problcni
J would make two comment' No w*1lh*d * abl> ull* >' Iji-ach be more i'tvlM i| .,
one essB better usscss any man's '" 1n'' aaafjien dtpartmant, left attr-npts at Mtatfcm
strength or weakness than his sue- by Mr HulchinsonN death, tad jTbe moM serious difth-ulu la
cessor. and from day to day my * also^took such an interest In w'^picfuiv of numbH
only
i: llaaaaU "i>- ^hool football and rrtcket. hi ***h Sbrrnj. Thi;
creases as I Mtrri to appreciate fdl compelled to accept a posi- or"" Sixth Form, is
"-ire the debt both th.* "on In Tobago which offered him fl,,ld Modern Siv
Si-hool and 1 owe to hu; ami a far higher salary and belt r 20 * number, and thai was ltl .,
uirilwrmor. thotsgfi I MVar knew conditions of service Thi Id*: 5Eow' tlk*"' "' PW "
mi nsskeu H< ittr. I have -taff was most senou-lv rtjidah- t-p- are hex, causes for thi*
lleged in meet him a< 'rred Mr Archer left f. i ',,ir ro'npora'lveli ,-m,n. ,h,'
to profit from that wise Hea unl!'l .w ,?' wn*Lv*Lr oft*"r Mr "* Mr Swc-t left Trin- hea
but which ha will l(tod_
islj give when fArw
""' -ugh; i da.m my right Sweei Work **i U large one Aa nS
,:;"'i;;*' "'' The majoi.....Ancn winifori In School number.
"...r.v 1...., or, i nam knew personally thouga I * H Knduall- nffe-nne the
n humtrteir raepeel have heard much ot their scnoi- top of the School I
._' o. t.i >. arship; but I ihouhi like to nay a had one of th< <-\.i'V Fifth
tn*JE^tSZ!ZJl^*"m&*" mbu" to the work Mr. '
ni i MM for the kmdli- rewarded b% WaUon winning "'"^ 'vl" ' nearer ntnetv! The
wek-ome lion-. We Bartwdos Scholarship in Science "vrra*- Inlate 'm-n the Pifth in
''" ln*t July. Mr Sweet's unflagging lhr' Slxth ?<*"*% ov*i the laul
<^ierg>-. his balanced iudgment IT"' v';"" tin' ''^n 7I ptfcanl
TH:it means that we cannot .xpoci

knew we were ...
tlful Islandand we found
sriJSjrNSS'fifaca?
hvc prePa.,i u for dbllliy (or Sctono Mchlm iriar.
th^ Oepartment of Science 'ii"l
Agriculture to Harrison CWU2t
isaged. and when it
i"B could
v,iv in which
I at hon-
We are grateful to so mam-
you and we
know it
eould like
scyiiu nm
The task of a Headn
Suevch Day Is u difttcult m fi-
nal to te-r between the Scylla
or ii long recitation of hkctj ud ChrtStmai
M. most of tvhtra
know
ChaiTtacUi
Bertatlon arhlcn
lucUnoui or bitterly
s1*1- lo her we should be.
i i ittampl Ni skin Scylla urst: Most fefrarartely
College fully maintained secured the mvket
Of r,-spon- J?*" ,nB" ,roni *> *
i------.-----..;-... i.-.. bow per annum, from Rani
CollegB irone, wanUnf Sixth
FVW m I''iitention Fony-rri
have applied for entrv fsj the
Sixth Form this vear Rrmemb-r
tv';il m.in\ of ri.i ...
three years in the Sixth
te -nd .i m i

-

'

I
ii that wt
i htfta
Uowirui


a hi, i, v, ,n fcark ,

i
i
he possible
'
i'pp.
Jthoui
i
trach eac S > I m as on*.
incapable of i. ,ann >t
"
.
which will
the present kfiajl i
lion to the
1949 which 1 tntotad
We ofeuinad
M i;
1.1 fuel tl
to the standiini Of the
lion
Irtlrr's Charter
III IfCdfoi i last year stigma-
mrn '>p-> of i
Tin-
would nl liki
(taruji r by
. gj rnenti of tl
wtirk Wo tntnul to

i turn
a yean this has
he*n made a vo'unlar* alterna-
'.v .......-I B|
... <.f the
ITeal [ndli I to make
it a compulsory pabjacl in th-
.
djng


rhi i Fourth wtd
higher proportion
take Sell
roblsoa both foi out
t:.tlon. our laboretor-
cflinpment and our Science teach-
ing Staff We have the chance of
i: our laboratory spai
i leatsra b.
Ii. Depaitment of Sci-
ture. but this will need
mil ltl us and a
-. i f it i- et praeenl occupied
bo tha Pi i.i u \<.n;'^
\ nl a ever, will
attnar the problem of
equipment nor thai of tearhlnr
Stall Wi ahall fsrooabs) oarai
111 General Scienc to
IS level for all aUMp
. ana boys In each
Tins Ii
io hardship since it is f*Obettj
edmaltati foi gnj t<
who is not taking Ph^
to an advaiu-
Physlei
and Blologv f| will
require rather fewer tenrhln**
pfetedl and less apparatus
,11

'
Arts
legn
you to fwemed we might have tempor-
arily to abandon the teaching of
Kte d to lack of staff .crr J^ ,,,,.,,.
-""! .*"^"' h,lm ,M" s%""' B .tnnd.,,1 of a* Form will
ly tausht durm,: in, vnr> from lhl. BllrKnd grtolnr
pUU- the inner delails of our emergen- rfmemher alv, the Vrltf I
y can Judge how deeply grateful difflcuhv of correction work in
the Sixth Forms
we have
' I>: <;.!
This inrlude nutlirni4tli.il
drstees thnuch not d^srre* in
N'ateral Science* or Mrdlrlnr
It is thrrrfor- Heaaaari thai
Mr should in.h. I ill ii j mm
|iuKor> ~nl.|i-.l thronrhnnt Ih.
Srhonl eseept 1" the trleiiri-
Slxth xln.c an> . ulrnii.
pesMel's lUirirulum must fee
lart:c|> illcUt-d In lniv.r-.il.
i iiniiri ti : -
rare i-ain will
Mleerj sabjei i
its academic reputation in the nor to teach ...
examination of last July. We Mr
secured 36 School Certificates out pecialurl work
Physic: I
our English
We an exceed
for
t.enernl Certificate
Tin- pr.hicn, u inter-raiatad
with the new i.inn of fSara
Certificate. We arc- taking this
snoiul MikIciii
b- j volunLir'
rlthcr (irrrk i
i' onally
Candidates, and 26 Highi-i ltlgl| fortunate that men of such ''x,ril"tlon. ami. 1 m Hire
rightly so. It has.three paints In
its favour which are overwhelm-
ing in my opinion ll i- ntlateri
to u delnite standard and will
therefore be acceptable at any
University In th- world, it Is m
conformity with modern educe
tlonal opinion, and it emphnsisev
an intelligent approach to a quea-
tion rather than men- factual
CCrtiflcalcs out of 39 Candidates ability have ioin..,l uV" and"
In addition 38 Candidate* doing have no doubt that they will car-
their first year in the Sixth Form ry on the traditions" of their
snt the Subsidiary papers of thr- predrresn rs But hero 1 should
Hfch-r Certiflcote and only two like to InttipOM a serious word of
ftiic sa railed to obtain Ceitxi- warnlnj i arrived hare last Sep-
i*M* m auceew. Tins is a good h-mlx-r and far the greatest part
but the mere number of of m> worries has been ':
certificates gained is not of itself ing problems |jv Srptemljer next
an accurate guide to the quality I shall have had nine ncatVcta .*? ln"Fnsl'nnd
of the achievement Analyst- on y teeehim- Btaff to fill or tn SruOsie^'rJS n?r!iv 'f v
h0 ten distinctions In ti to nil. thai h> n-nrh n.. third of Sl^n vearTof aeTis
md twenty- the Staff Please consider these ?*\T0 h Th"t h ,s% d,
V'1';!"Ii,,h"s,,r';:' to ke5 hovs wh.
,v t ,-Fir_!';'nnT' ,h" ]"'"-\ ,nL1 P*"1 "P"*-""* " academic Oxf ii.l t combridgc F.xaminer.. deed this has been recognised thl.v 1TiLCh lhal aK(.. arv,
m larerT four boys of Open again by OUT re-election to the yttll tOO earlv peelall
.-"holarship standard and live Ifeadmn-*. Oortftl i an lion- Th:- iVjalrictlon i- not gp|
nore or Open Exhibition Stand- our shared hv dnly one other overseas schools, but I nr moH
ard. This last is a record of which school In tlie Whttle ( ribbean doubtful of thb. apparent gift of
School, whatever its number, area. WnlmerN School Jamaica freedom H*ndieapped ns wo an
C Mistlv proud. Now F de C but it h: our riutv to look tn the hv the lab rn of
Uld r. S King have been present and the future a- well as been our habit to admit into the
awarded exhibitions at the Uni- to the past Sixth Form too many DO]
> college of the West indie* Infernal Trimbles bud not reached the naci
It Is the Headmaster's prlvi- J think It is right that vou standard. A mere School Orttfl-
lege on Speech Dav to boast I should know of some of "the cate is not an indication that a
do not need to recite a catalogue internal difficulties wa ha* to boy is fit for Sixth Form work
future Optra-
isln a mm
it m ih.- riral
Third Inrm i
Laaaaais *iii
llrrnjlivi l
Srlenrr.

by the I '
Latin lo be ; nwal ram
able and well proven ed
ud I hat m ttule to
ii'l-'t the i.s.nt trend of
irn Subjects at its expense
Selene* Pre-mre
i mo I irthei point I I
mented on tin* pressure of Man-
i. Sixth F- rms; we have
on our Serene
I ate thai
of thet '
2 Crickeier.
In Soon ira cannot
a | hjca i two
n W Smith and
,i A W lllitl MM I

pert in trials.
'iitiirv in
hool Kii"
\ . w
- lucky with the wenthei
MUj the Wickets, but WI
pretend to have | pi
In the san-e waj with '
'
in throuajfi Injuij befot

S< hool Mann are bound K vm)
'. but much can !*. done
b] euthusiasui and priK-ti. Too
.
School's reputation in School
of 5Sn There was a grave threat
hoiitil li.^e tit I)., I toll
School (o|>
Mi ""t m..... ihi i xtfe Schc-.l
eompletei) outplayed ui ii tha
Ural match of the i pH
;-I ex. (ting return maten her-
nnd the final dratlnatlon i the
' up . still i-pi'i
i. lone wi
i i id......ur achievements w*a
broke aii racor n ihe School
\
sport- for the seATntti
We domtnnted th-
't quite go pramh ......he
i war Itvfaions One thin? he*
i 'i//ieii me ovei athli tn \' a
lime of the Sports there w*re
omments In the press
low standard >-t Scftdoth
I ,: i . thfi ,t|.
:he raffUlhL A A C. Clerire bent
Vt" for the half mile anH ft -
tnnllv achieved L''fit l-i thr
It A A Meetft lb
I >r the 44H and b-.th Havna an i
m INVIGORATING /
You'll enjoy these
REAL SCOTS
BISCUITS
baked in Bonnie Scotland
at the Sunshine Biscuit
Bakery, Glasgow, where
cuod biscuits have coma
!rom for over 90 years.
Ankfor thtuefavourite* to-day:
BsrauUnM pigasthn GlsflterWaan < mm sandwich) Shortcakt
ibjq n Oaapa rffaf Kali t<-a i raamCralhsi Thin Wm(origtnaii
SCRIBBANSKEMP LTD >>>Hh
WVLMK. BARB & ROSS LTD
Sffst Agmtti h. r. <
Thov
and though not record!
I think
i m our
subject out men-
tioning oui prWe in mi db . Clyde
Waleott and C. W. WUI
Engi-'i

.. pleasure
at Ihe rn i
d ill eolltldeli, i
Eton has playing fields
Ulster BcfWd
Tn tell you something of imme-
-,. School affairs: \V\ .v .
IriM en S rtvirii
sing ciuh wnlcri
dnfeatad sgades s.
citing eoA-ounni i

ed .;:-, Ch
\*hicb you h^\o heard We hat
laCheea i
rntroducad
\ rt for i boys wh,
N< gi mm m,
a conUna tn ,ivi'
iiur Seniors aha I i
Musical ApprtH-iaiinn .me ooi
rurjng daai a
We ha\i mt< .1 a "float*
I I.OlW. with which te start .
erne and to provide thi
' vtbixikv which n ha
i mtta b
rfcmt ii .. hope to ad I h
future rears a se io
B I I Scheme M which WJ
\wll bu> iCssOOl Uxks in no*
eondith n
younger tniys who nerd t em
i of providing scnonl
'l -i
it will haw repaid the tnin V U
it helps to raduo the
prrA'Mmj children with booki
since without them rhaii
an raverely handleappe
laig-ly wa%te We have had two
Old Harrlsi
IMil*ld Clarke has paid foi Die
boil,no* of the OCtafOI
round tie Mndbox ti-1
ti-ni|it to preaerve the life of ihe
freeing its rool
aspnali Is pleasant s
'ally to Bchi I
'" ni Mi Hahnemann i:. >i*
i .
rest on which will pt
Krlj for the Slxtl

tantaan rVaafed
I 'in lold thai in. ,
rot mam raan alv aj tart
hi ii -I ii with ihe -,,i rt,
School still lacks n School Mali"
Vi .1 are sitting in thi n
his tintiring penusienci I
he .hanged his petition t.. n-r f. ,
ft S. hool LArai, I'M, frhl otxHierl
last fWr, though us empu -meli.,-.
are woeful rammdai of the
linanrtal stringency whu h rragtlpl
us In meetniK even glai It
'i a, Vooi Exi elleni
a most gei!, u exami le bj
coming thi- firs' conti kbul < lo
ur Llbran Funvl The B
most grateful | you Ml ^^illjriK-
ini would rlcome n help m
on Page %
High Blood Pressure
Kills Men & Women
Twl.r > i..,im> ..in-ii a. .... auf
f*r from llnth Hitl I'lfBaurr. whlrh
ll a Mtil-ii..ui HI*., ihHl Maria
..i. ui lli> on... ,.( i hung', of IJf- aad
Ii Ihe rrm -auH >( ninth i>ti truutiln
i. Mm. ..I |m,i .l>ll. .ii..kra I'uui
mon aymatOMS ..( Hi.h UichM Craa
in* srr Nm-Voum***, h.aila.baa ai
lui1 ""1 I'fi'lt '< !'ad and above **,
Kaaaurs > hra.l. -Iifaia.aa. aburi
ralK. ealfta In hrarl. |i*lulldli po<,t bih|. ..> n( (iwiiiih ( and n*nr.
MUMI) ... it.-I f.-a. in.l Vurry U fttu
Jiiffer an. nf ihrv aimptufna. du i
'> "............'*< Uy. b*co-r
*.nir Itr.- .- I... in rt,,*-, *,,,
(form-ri* known .. h,.), .
IiiiUknlil... -v.(v i..iu. . Hlii_Jil.B-i
i..- ........t... nm <%..*,. a
h,.v> |.-.i ,.rr ih. hn. ..id !.-
>"" '-' >'' in.r In a I.* daja
llti -. .. from .,, i ,., imb.
Ii i psniuM te ma, ,Ui r*ai Si
arid aCfoi. u. unnii back.
tli. tar*
URKAY'S
MILK
STOUT
WM L. \W ,, L' EDINBURGH SCOTLAND
ICVI
SOLE AGENTS
MANNING & CO., LTD.
f u/iii.Ui.lif ,//if /'/f
urn/ film i i/iii/ //iii>
ant/ I,//llil/lll //h tin/.
t'////if//ii /mt/ftinm 11/
UKINSONS
SIKINSONS. 71 010 10' D STRUT. LONDON. UCLA .0
STYLISH LADIES' and
CHILDRENS- SHOES
Urdir. iii eTblta Nuhuek nd HU. k Suiilr
All. Sl/iN IN NTOf'K.
IASIIIOS (III \ I IONS IN KtAIIVMAIll 11KKSSI S.
Iliui -IS. SKIKTH. SI.At KH. HOUHK 1/OATH,
IINMs IHOIlTa, BBACH WBAB, Mi
IMtOAIrtt A. muss snor.
FOR THE HAPPIEST OCCASIONS
THE PERFECT TOAST
CHAMPAGNE!
FOR THE PERFECT CHAMPAGNE
HEIDSIECK & Cos.
DRY MONOPOLE
THE CHAMPAGNE YOUR GUESTS
WILL PREFER
STOKES a BYNOE LTD.ci~t5


PAC.r FlU'R
ADVOCATE
S\TI liliu Jl M i i
BAK6AD0SMADV(MTE
Saturday June 3. ISSti
FOOL ssai
FAROUK
It \ KIIOM
MR HAMMOND'S maiden speech at
Harrison C ..< ..t \tMerday mmains all
that needs to t>e said about education in
Barbados today. And like all good speeches
the sting was in the tail.
"If", concluded Mr. Hammond, "a boy
comes to Harrison College with the sole
purpose of securing some piece of paper
which will enable him to earn money in
after life, he will have missed much of
value that we can give and we shall have
failed in our purpose.
But if tM OOfflM Willing ami determined
to give to this School oflt from
it both while he is here and after he has
left, then we shall enhance that tradition
of which we are justly proud and create
citizens, however varied their occupation
and abilities of whom Barbados will be
proud."
There is need for insistence on the differ-
ence between education and collecting cer-
tificates. But Mr. Hammond went much
farther than a just distinction. He listed
as values accepted for centuries by the
Western world a respect for truth, respect
for human personality, a duty to your
neighbour and within these limits loyalty
to the society to which you belong.
This, said Mr. Hammond, is the Christian
tradition, and Harrison College is a Chris-
tian foundation. It is too often customary
to forget elementary facts like these at a
time when religion is attacked by Marxian
ideology as the last stronghold of reaction.
That Mr. Hammond considered it necessary
to use these explicit words shows that even
here in Barbados education was becoming
divorced from religion in the public mind.
But as if mindful of the old definition
that man is body and soul. Mr. Hammond
showed an acute understanding of the
great need for satisfactory school feeding
when he suggested that a canteen was an
urgent priority for the school.
Every old Harrisonian will remember
vividly the scramble for rock cakes when
the lunch bell rang and the paper-sodden
sandwiches or dry bread which was fre-
quently washed down by a hurried gulp
from a copper tap.
In the past when Harrison College was
much smaller and there were more tree-,
attractive lunch baskets packed by the
loving hands of well-to-do mothers may
have awakened pleasant memories for a
few. But to-day there is no doubt that a
school of Harrison Colleges size needs a
modern canteen.
But neither an insistence on the Chris-
tian tradition ("the sound mind") nor tIn-
adequate feeding ("the healthy body") will
be sufficient if the tools are missing.
Without the tools no one can do the job.
And it is the burden of Mr. Hammond's
speech that the tools are lacking.
"Education", he defined, "is not primarily
a matter of schemes and organization, it is
a matter of human personalities.
Without men of quality and integrity on
its staff no school can hope to maintain its
standards." But according to Mr. Ham-
mond, "a handful of brilliant degrees" does
not constitute "the backbone of a school's
staff." Harrison College is still threatened
at present with the "loss of valuable Bar-
badian masters who are leaving for other
islands where then alarkM BTC mure
attractive"
Theci \ii Hammond,
"and make no mistake", he warns, "if the
standard of achoola nich as the Lodge and
Harrison College is allowed to fall throuj h
an unthmk the damage to the
educational and cultural standards of this
island will be irreparable The process of
sinking will be slowin that lies its InsJdl-
ous danger. Negled in the Second Forn.s
now shows its effeel In the Sixth Form in
five years' t.i
The answer is m the man who teachnot
the paper organization of subjects and
hours of work."
There is hope thai if the process of sink-
ing is slow that there is still time to act.
But how far has the process gone? Mr.
Hammond himself provide, one Indication
Although :i! candidates sat Higher Certifi-
cates only 26 passed and "in fact the com-
parative standard was lowST in relation
to the standard ol the examination." It
seems that not i ito-colketlng
can enjoy immunity wht
sinking has begun.
It* Juliu <-....I..11
KINGS :o lewr
, mortals like us. to get some odd
i ideas Into their head* When the
I absoluto-monarch-Lcc begins to
n> of their !
'ideas become odaer HsU
Take King Farouk of Egypt
1 Destiny h.ti exalted him to high
I place. Lift Nis given him bMMtsBf
-veallh .ts well The effect of botli
! together Mean 10 have been to
j encourage distorted i
:
f :.}.. r
I! lew, a? I gather it. is that
hatever he does l* right n-
... eem to
he goes even
further and decrees that nobody
must do amj thing of which he
"' if he claim* Ui
right to d.. the same thing himself
Si In onlirs lli mi
llOIIH
Now. of course, that Is rid
lous state of mind for any man
king or notto fall into. Most of
us who fall Into it would be gen-
erally shaken back into sanity by
those around us.
The CnsgbU sffln kings like
Farouk to tl ' tolerate
people around them frank enough
to tell ttsi -lous they
may become
Could there be any more laugh-
able nonsense than King Farouk'*
attempt to exercise Absolute Con-
trol over the lives of his mother
and sitters *
His sister fell in love and
married She chose a commoner.
proved the rbosce
On all <'.. |
i againM
that petulant
King Farouk does not t)
So. Impi rain ihv
without
her husband, cuts off mother'*
'I'lir kin i('s *r.% iiiii |ilf*
IfSfcftfl F-roUK had a brigh'
and sniny matrimonial record
himself, there might be a case to
be argued in defence of hi
nlthough it would DO I
. i' l, :.,:(
Hut he h,i>n't Hj
precisely what her kini:.
demanded the right to do him-
self. Or ,it
She has not gone quite so far.
m, for example, no prior
claim on the purlin-:
marry as there is sai
bean in the case of Kit
lurreYit romance
One can't help feeluii-
kiiigsllkeFai-.uk. Then .
to in -eem i:;-": an daeai Uvea
btll in fuct the ...ids .
Kill III Ml. IMS
al<* ell
Farouk was brought up in the
iMilatton of palaces !;
came to the throne and into his
vast wealth at the aarlj ...
he had about j
?I rums', will ever gc| ol
the Zoo.
The pampered chiki
becomes an obstinate child A king
reared in Isolation mentally Bads
in time that he has erected an
impenetrable barrier of toadies be-
tween him and the fresh air of
the outside world
he can expect i- a frank and honest
opinion of himself and h
There is no dcubt that Faroug
wishes to be a good king He ha
done man> thin?' well for his
But at the a*.

puiisni ha -
a moody. eafsrlciOUli headstnmg
man. uwrnite-P to the ft
others. a>.
I '
At 16. ah
l
of a beautiful IB |Hi old girl
She sat bcide I.
..s Queen Farida until.
falllni '.<> produce a son, and being
wandali.Ned by her >>.sband's infi-
delities, she passed out o( OM pie-
ture in 1948 when the king con-
Ig delay to sign a
divorce
Even then he arrogated to him-
self the right to control her futon-
by adding nn instruttxr.
should BOt i- restric-
tion has since been withdrawn
OnI* fiti* ki.i'js
soon .
-
1
I :inrl :iliph.c-.I <

: belii vt
to be on the point of marrying
Like the man who d
year tor' I
girl Farouk decided to take was a
C rnmoner.
But what if a sin In the sister is
apparently a virtue in U
Narrlti king Hi t


him pa*
*-ere all 1 It would
... are
.1. to "pen
the window-, of his palace and hi
heart and let fresh breath of life
blow into both.
He 1* credited with having sai once- "In ; few year? there will
kings left in the world
- the King of EnidaDd
four kin.
1
*
power i -
everyone around him. he "ill hei|
to make that pi pheev
btfOfC he n ;ic I .
LKS
T1IK two most pampered men
in this country at DM
are an ax-rallway litter and an
ex-hob.. Eaeb wi thern i being
given the protection, aUulaUun,
n-i ininute-iij -mniuic attention
rtlkrl is usually kept for royally.
film-stars, and new-born beblM
Wl'.ti.
from .l!.< i ->n6 the
Brit bell clangs at UM H
on the night of June 6, Bruce
Woodcock and Lee Savukl will
inaJtai M on than own
From thul moment until one of
them rumba out of the ropes the
w heavjr-weifhl cJUMnpiOii ol
UM world, they must stand on
their own two feet
Until thiit bell goes, these big
boys are being watched and wait-
ed on night and day by a bunch
ten who have Ihe iharaclcris-
<.f i'T instructors and highly
You Have To Be
III <. To Hi

Bd ehlliiii
lllk
*' .1
look
Woodcock's swaatf ui>> 1'uiwh>o he pun.In >
ii a ii 11: ii!
Only the punching is oooa i>>
Use lighters The planning a
done by the managers.
To see how detailed this plnn-
.: can lie. take a look at the
icntaw they bava worked out to
.mm (u^-li^:.-.
pherc imported into Woodcock's
InlBf t.uiip al Owoch Castle.
North Wales.
The fight will be in the open
air so his training ring is in the
open air
His dressing room Is exactly
the same number of paces from
the ring as it will be al White City.
When he steps out of a side
door of the castle a radio gramo-
phone blows out a fan-fare and
, into "Colonel Bogey."
the tune that will accompany his
march to the ring on the big
night
Photographers circle the ring
firing oft dummy flashes
The wmtchlni crowds are en-
couraged to shout and che. r.
Sfai-s ami Siri|M-s'
flM
Round him In hb cornet an
manager Pom H
Bam ud brothei BUly i
team iii be I
on the null
Final piece uf llDM I
even plaj Ihe Start ind Bti lp* .'
BavoM'i slfnature hum
A|>ait from ,i \. ..\
g ith a foot-lorti;
cigar hitting from ins mouth, i
couldn't see anything they ha'l

to del
the beginning ol the
have .' tlaugfitei i
II reel thai ihe
n
ivUh
Rl i I tour "( bol
haai I -
n- Dpaaatada i
... DOW to I
' DegMet anil cruelty
At this moment. I suppose.
Woodcock and Suvold are two
if the biggest, strongest, and
an in this Island. Bh In-
I'l-ii. each man is list. 71b of
ominous bone and muscle The
.< th.-lr health makes
II} men look in-ipi.l
That is why it
them being handled like two
pieces of porcelain They
haven't yet wrapped eH
them in cotton wool, but If It
Mould get really chilly i fear that
the worst could happen. .
Hum iii< dkJtltaa
Look what happened whan fha
electric fire went out in Savold's
Ifv I ioni I <>!
hotel room at Scarborough. That
super-watchdog his manager. Bill
Daly, noticed it first.
Alter his woik-out Savold was
undressed and horizontal under-
neath a quilt it's getting cold in here. What's
wrong"*" said Daly. He rushed to
the lire and felt it.
"It's stone i old." ne said.
"Quick, who's got a shilling'1''
A manager, an assistant man-
ager, and three sparring partners
tui not over tlu'ii sin.ill change
quicker than a superstitious person
on the tlrst night of a new moon.
No shilling!
,\ |.< -. w. ol ml la
for the hotel office when I said I
bad one They grabbed it frora
me, rammed II in the slot. "Get
thai rapped
Daly, ami in two seconds Savold,
hall-dressed, had gone right be-
neath the rovers
That nine ineMi nt It ty]
lha wholi Ht-up Waking m
sieaping, citing. . rklng, "i n I
mg. these big boys are watched
:nui looked .iii'i iii .< team uf
attendant) . acUoi
gentle lh.-in lhil
During; Iht wd, those
men run with Ihe
if g railway *
nK i-iiii , puni lually Bach daj

repUca of the last.
The fighter gets up when the
manager tells him II.
|l I!- Ml lli
[n the ring
in1 i- violent ! pi
t,. hi* mana tar's will
..
-Ill si olc .
!
getting tit and obeying ordktra, ihe
tighter is not tatted \" do it thing.
If he break- Into .. Iweat there is
someone there to wipi-
with .i towel. A hint that he is
cold and a wi.ip goes round his
shoulders.
He seems a little miserable
someone mu*t make him laugh
Restless? Quick, a game of
inookei or poker or nome jaw
mutk fln thi- gramopbona
when i was watrJiuig Wi>odcock
a boy threw a stqpe in the ring
as he was sparring. Woodcock
ku-ked at it and missed.
Ha then stood back. .'
and immobile, while his father
reached under the ropes and
lha stone out
This fever for Waiting on the
fighters seems
Leslie 8 dta gave ooo.noo for
Qwrych Caatla and then stocked
it with 80,000 of paintings and
When he heard the Woodcock
entourage had accepted his Invita-
tion in truin in his grounds ho put
them in the newly decorated slate
laat distinguished
visitor to which was Queen
Victoria.
Although he has a public res-
laurant downstairs, he laid out a
kitchen inij'ining the
boxer's suile.
Bait*, mistress of the 125-
rooniesl castle, plays her part by
II] washing and ironing
Woodcock's clothes
lilt luisinrss
Of course, in the tight gume you
have (o be big to be babied The
banlama, the feathers, and middle-
weights get it smaller proportion
BUOO. It is the big boys
who are big business and that is
whj they get the biggest pamper-
ing.
Take this coming fight. Between
them Woodcock and Savold expect
I Iboul 30.000 Savold
told me thiit If hi
C iiHi.ooo In prlaa
money and American advertising
look ii fortune ol
out of lh< i annej

II easy i. tee you cannot take
\. hen you arc woi i<-
that kind oi rtione).
After Iht Aghl ;'"
Savold will COOM out of purdah
and go borne to then
If 1 were one Ol UlOM
.i 'Hir thing would bother me.
Can ">u ask a man who
nd of attention to give u
hand wnh the washing-up?
LBB
TM6- 6AMD0L9
SCHOOLS FOR BISMEN
A. K. flajgjigjgjj
v YKAH 4.(aK) drtvera and

achoola maintained by London
Executive, the city's public tratka-
\x>r\ authority which, with its buses, trams,
UNke, coaches and underground and
surface railways caters for the travelling
nsMda of the capital's eight million inhabi-
tants.
Loodori is one of the most continuously
built-up areas tn the world, and tht
arn red double-decked buses (there
oi them) through its busy streets
need a quick hand and eye and a steady
narva Nearly all routes extend unbroken
from the centre of the city for some 12 to 16
miles in all directions; on all these there
are stops every few hundred yard- Bu
traffic is often dense; in one street alone
(Oxford Street, a famous West End shopping
thoroughfare) there are 260 buses an hour in
each direction. It is hardly surprising that
the 14,000 conductors and, even more, the
IrlVtra of London's buses afe not
Kike up their duties without very
iioretical and practical instruction
Training takes place literally all over Lon-
don, not only in London Transport's main
braining centre at Chiswick and in half-a-
aller centres, but along the streets
of the city itself, where at any one lime there
may be from 60 to 80 drivers receiving prac-
tical instruction in bus driving.
EMPHASIS ON SAFETY
The greatest emphasis is naturally placed
on safety. At the Chiswick centre "in West
London, part of the grounds are laid out as
l Cl ids. with traffic lights, passenger
barrier rails, bus stop signs, police
Drivers under instruction have
: lid test before they are allowed
'he road with their precious human
cargo.
On a recent visit to the centre I was shown
a skidding exhibition by one of the instruc-
tors. Inspector N. Lund, who drove round
and round the ground putting his 56 sealer
double-decked bus into all the skids a road
liable to make on a wet aaphall
road. Mr Lund (who is the centre's chiel
i then showed how t,, ga>t 0ut ol
each "i the -kids he had demonstrated. This
exhibition takea place (or each batch of
trainet -di ivi i ij and each driver has not only
to get Into skids purposely, but has to learn
rrect ihem as effectively as the in-
structor.
Mr H D. Hates, in charge of the Chiswick
training centre, told me that they had a per-
manent staff of 54 and were at the moment
running 16 courses for road and depot officials
and drivers and conductors of all types of
road vehicles. He showed me the training
programmes; the 13J day course for bus con-
ductors, for example, with four days on the
road, was under 81 headings, ranging from
for a conductor's employment" to
terminal on arrival". Each head-
waa .undivided twice.
' Invers' course, which
and, like the conductors', includes a
showing of transport lilms. also includes a
great deal of practical work inside and out-
side the centre. In one lecture room, fo
example, I saw the latest type ol sue cylinde
Ui enginad bus chassis with air con-
trolled brakes and gear box. Every applica-
tion of the brake on this model. I wag to'
greases one of 24 points on engine or chass
To keep instruction as up to date as possir
a new chassis is delivered every three mom
and the "old" one put on the road. In t
same lecture room were sectional and ordi
ary models of most of the moving parts
a bus engine, fluid Hvwheel. self^start
gear-box. crankshaft, and so on. On the wa
were photographs showing how to drive, o
how not to drive a public service vehicle
certain situations on the road.
FROM OVERSEAS
Overseas' engineers are frequent and inter-
ested visitors to the Chisw ick centre. Pakis-
tan Government transport representatives
have taken the course at the centre, sitting
side by side with men now working as drivers
and conductors in London. There have been
transport officials, too. from Jamaica. India
West Africa, Australia, Sweden, and not long
ago three African chiefs in their colourful
robes spent a day at the centre.
Yet no amount of training could add to
London busmen those qualities of character
which have made them almost as well known
overseas as London policemen. The conduc-
tor s friendly wit. his caustic comments on
the pompous or the affected, and his sense
of the ridiculous make him one of the chief
exponents of "Cockney" or working-class
London humour. To him Trafalgar Square
where stands on its tall column the statue ol
Admiral Nelson is not just "Trafalgar
Square." It Is. often enough, just "Old one-
eye." And those who get on a bus for, sha
we say, St. Paul's Cathedral, but choose one
going down the wrong side of the street will.
aa likely as not, ba told, "Sorry, Sir, they've
just moved it. Tr> one going the other way"'
The bus drivei .ne aa individuals less
well known to the traveller in London bu;
they have a tough, hard-bitten look about
ihem winch inspires Immediate confidence
Through the native wit with which both coi
ductors and driven are bleaaed trio] add i
to the colourtulnan of London's
while their careful training has re-
sulted in the deservedly enviable safe'v
record enjoyed by the buses for which they
D.V.SCOTT TO-DAY'S SPECIALS
ft CO.. LTD. al the COLONNADE
I -iiiilK NOW
Tin. 1.1 N CAM PSAS .31 .28
Tin. OVAl.TINKlljirur) 1.21 1118
III ISIKI NS (Dutch)
III.I.II
20
.211
II !/ ....
GALVANISED OVAL BATHS18" la 3"
GALVANISM) ROUND BATHS14 to 26"
GALVANISED BUCKETSLikIiI. Midiiini and BHIJ
GALVANISED WATERING POTS
GALVANISED OSAIM CANS
GALVANISED SINKS 20" X 14"
GALVANISED WIRE in. 12. II. 16. 18 Cause

WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD.
gsssstyssHia lo
C. S. PITCHER & CO.. LTD.
BM MM MI Bt.Kwmi si......
YES MADAM ..
CEREALS
ARE EXCELLENT *"
FOR THE HOT WEATHER! "^f
Here's Our Fine Assortment
QUAKER COKN FLAKES .......per Pkg 34
QUAKER PUTTED WHEAT .... .39
MUFTET8 ....... 3T
QUAKER OATS ........................... -25
(REAM OF WHEAT LOW .. 62
CREAM OT WHEAT Email .36
PABLUM ...................t"* l-3-
PABLUM ................. s" 68
WKlrTAIlIX .... .. 2
DALTONS CEREAL F1.AKKS 1' 11
W1IF.ATIES .......... .... -12
UOYAHIJEE BFAOHETT1 DINNER............. ..
STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO. LTD.
MAKE WAV geal S1HMHU
SIM ill.il
IN A SUIT OF
PANAMA
SUITING
>f-
Stop in to-day and tee
our big selection of
SUMMER SUITINGS
DACOSTA&C0., LTD.
Dry Goods Department
STORY OF DUNKIRK
LONDON I
WINSTON CHURCHILL has given l:<'
to the mgfnortal pUgrimggg by "little
ahlpg" to Dunkirk on June 4 to commemorate
the tenth anniversarv of the historic evacua-1
tion.
Some 50 ships will make the pil^rima^1
and ,i drumhead memorial service will be
held at Dunkirk.
Churchill, writing to the chairman of the
Dunkirk Pilgrimage Committee. Captain W.I
I' I iinbs, said:
that then will be a good muster
I : i lined men.
truly representative ,.l that WOTthy band of
professional and amateur seamen who an-
iwcrad the call in the perilous days of 15*40.
The itory ol Dunkirk should ever be kept
the memory of our island race, go
that we may be free, and also that the world
will not forget."
The '"l-Mtle ihtps" will include a group of
London manned entirely by men
at Dunkirk f __I.N.S
GODDARDS
4i.iu:.u.s
I LAKES
( III. \.M HI Will \l
GBAPENOT8
I isli A Siiii.naiA
HSII PASTS in Tins
KII'PKKS in Tins
PORK BAUSAOBS
in Tins
BKEK BAUSAOBS
in Tins
COCKTAIL SALSA(;ES
SALAMI
I in pit. I iillVr
I I'sli \ Vlf-I 1.1
MACARONI in Pkgs.
BPAGHETTI in Pkg*.
BPAGRETTiaVCHESSB
MACABONI & (IIKKSi:
JACOBS
^ 11 v-\viii:.\t
iiis i its


BATUBOAT, JIM; J, |9n,
:
BAKUADOS ADVOCATE
PAGla nE
Tracking
Currents
Tilt (.OVIIISMIM
boat "lavrMlcaUr' *u
mainly occupied Tricking currents
during the wee*. It nude nine
tripsTuesday. Wednesday and
Thw .sag)
By tracking the current* around
the Inland the Fisheries Ofilcer.
Mr. D W. Wiles, Is able to pa^s
on to fishermen the art*
it Bylngj llsh and the most likely
spot that they ill lv caugot
Perpetuate
\ our Name
In Education
SAYS GOVERNOR
HARRISON COLLEGE
SPEECH l)i)
Sugar Crop Maj
Be Record One
DRIFTED BOAT
RACK HERE
:\\Y. fishing boat s
Ir.im race 3 I ''pertinent of Science and No 69. which drifted to St Luna ,
> that it about a week and a half ago. was ,
v.em. doe* appear an if the sugar pro- brought back to Barbad<
Both Hi Mffletent to hi:, (or the year inay day on the deck of the motor1
permanent mtn approach .1 m--..-! i>.hi .*.!'
THERI m 01 Um M vacuum pan fae-
o[ *,*) bring dune in m-ny ways "" >- 1 i"l par William Forde. Cleophu*
by ill riggggg toi then '"M. iliinv |Od Slaulev Hani Thf*]
tvttata butliieii. but I suiigvt the puMk eye -aid. ihe island last
that there is a tremendous n*od Kw hls *" ""' ''""' f"r "" '" ,hr "DassTWOOd"
as well as opportunity for per*. 'iingsproper cj ng H a) U, but up Captain Forde told the -.-!*-.-
who can afford to do *o to per- T" * fl" g-nes, and ahewet- to the end of April the actual cat,'" that he and DM crew took
peUiate their names in ussocia Oymngalum. a muaf ,,, 1,1 wag just over three-fourths the boat out fishing on Frida>
tion with some aspect of eduea- *ml carpenters' shopthat it M ..;(S cvcr demeaned himself by Mad 152.000 tons of May 26 While sailing, the ma.-t
-" r :2l',I-^ m.' .i^11 u,m' <*1' Governor told a packed perhaps difficult to select a prior- 1 a sense ol loy- sugar equivalent for tr.e >enr. broke leaving them with no mean'
rents they make observation, to Spwcn D"> and Pri-Giving yes-
flnd out if the fish .ire in the
inner or outer area of a current.
||r Wiles said that recently
the tide was unusually fast, winds
high and seas choppy
But what I consider to the 8 (Met tor Sugar For t'.K. of regaining'the moorings
msst of all is > .,. a pnde ln meml>er- Shipments of sugar are being The boat began to drift and he
School 1113 is a strain on toy ,,hip in,i ., its power what Kinndon U] the whole of Saturday it drifted with
I bsQ hM l;i..i,resl" only water on board. On the
lukewarm rel.it im- ever mad* .1 was being loaded artttl UM tetU fallowing Sunday, it reach Den-
tuen vote Burke. ,,,r 1. MI3 which is about 18 miles to
That is I think < Thiv gain HI COShBtgned to the North of Castries
y.r. IT. fort. C. Ud. F,......H.......,. th,
brain all the morning .
"iTnoon. and then In ask"
. ,. Except
for the fotttBMte tvw who livi-
near at hand, the boi h> n
.
i
terday
On arrival at the College, th'
Governor and Mrs Savage wer
received by a Guard of Honour
of Cadets under Capt Q It Hunts
He "think. -hatTurtng the pre- T^*1*"" We"1 " . '* ^""V
sent fishing season the local Rah- '.'v11Hul1 "f"npanied by Mr. J.
SSTufii1. *SLfXS$ ^SSrStiS^TSJ: 8C L*n."tir? "p T% '
tsttfisr&trsittfis j?, ***.^sr^ lAA* -or! .;,-
one cent ,h He^ointed out that bonito will I-nbert. Private SecretaryP ^,1
1* around the coast even up to A After a number of songs ren- ,: .uhinc middlv meal M DOW '"", ,'|" ^
the late part of the Hurrfcane f*^ *"* recci.-.l> brmod a wM tallishe.l
Season when the other lish are Gi>* Club, the Headmaster del.v- BCBRa and then full use will be iress. The Governor como herp round ,lboul |jj
made of the ring net. ln*'n presented the prnEai and ad- *. (j,,, bvs eating a
"It would be fur more prefei ''"-sPd the gathering. which has ipeM th, -
able to operate the ring net in A Vote of Thanks was move I hours in a bag. and being bov_.
fmooth water than it would Ix* t*> "> 'ln' l'i',M 1 of Education alter ^[v ilH, nl\cv leaving th* ban
use it ,n the rough weather that which there was a '
1- previnlin,; ,it pie A nn A DEV SPELL which Th*" Governor in his address would appreciate our need lor i
lasted for little over a week. **ld, Canteen even mon- Bymi
THF TRUTH ABOUT
DAVID NIVEN
rtKAUiY, I ao a lead
. ,.. 1 n.M
! I> .. II
and ai tn David N1v
n'e lataet dteco
...
teat bit I
: Kh h,| hie and wli. David Nlvan. the well kin*1
v^^^^;,; . . ;!--. ;;
In Hollywood
Caatrtai by the
Behoonai "Orenvil
Ippai -.mi thai thas mat
good waalnai both dayi of DM
drift "At no lima did the hunt
v.rni in danfar of "itisMiur, ''
%ald When UsBJ aN adrift for
. 1 of an hour, thej met
featdguj >H...t which Umq
hailed This was to no avail
The S'dnoy" is owned D] HI
HARRISONS
bttOAD ST
WASTE TIMK--------
TRY US FIRST FOR
IMPORTED SOLDER
511 SO QUALITY IN 1 LB. BARS
ONLY SI 30 PER LB.
SOLID DRAWN LEAD PIPE
in. Din. "- in.. } in.. 2t in. and l' ins.
IN STANDARD WEIGHTS AS REQUIRED BY
WATERWI >HKS SPECIFICATION
45 CENTS PER LB.
Withnall
Foundi? lid
or Uaa
Centr
ture.
lin fell in the majority of par- Mr Chairman,
ishes throughout Thursday and up Mv willmBness Indeed m>
to 6 o'clock yesterdav morning. anxiety 10 take port in any
The total return* for that period activities which are concerned
wa* three inches and three part.* *" lh<* youth of Barbados hi t
and of this St. Andrew, wilh 63 olw" prejudice bv my inhibition,
parts, recorded the heaviest On arising from it:,- fad thai partlci-
the other hand only nine part* pat ion by the Governor frequently
fell in St Philip and two in St. necessitates him making a speech.
Lucy. And when I receive an Umtatic 1
The individual returns were from an educational institution.
Station Hill District 27 parts. St. such inhibitions are intensified.
George 17 parts. St. Philip nine particularly when the event ear-
parts. St. Thomas 18 parts. St. Hal the title of "Speech Day" and
.Peter S2 parts. St. Joseph 42 when I have had the opportunity
parts. St. James 40 parts, St of studying as on this occasion in
John 33 parts. St. Andrew 63 advance the brilliant speech Of H
parts, and St. Lucy two parts Headmaster which h..s to be (of
Tilt: MOBILi: cinema will lowed bv v,,t,. arordi by the Oov-
only be giving, three Shows ernur.
Ily th.,r
do at
Charvhd.v
.11 dai
m.i : nclu e
In tl n a
1 try
erflei
' I
IB ..1 1.....*... .
Come On Girfa
flee Wi//
Probated
I*rhnp- u
..... i,..^ 1 .
i:i.i
And now U
near Choryl>di
new Hciidmastvr I ...
nutted on thai nret occa hal I !
I speak to >o manv cf th. I to us
of i>ovs here, to sav ornathlnf >i **" H "*" wouid M in truth
what" 1 Iwlieve the School shtmld """*>-. not onlj heroo] 10 J'"4''
hold as iW major aim-. T0U will civilisation which reapacta tea "lviri
notice that we are 11 warding only onableness. but hereay to th
diculou:
LONDON
luckle at the
lajnea
, ,,1 Ordinal1) ^,-
.,,,,.,. Mm llotwur UM Ch
sir Allan Collymon
granted the petition Of Aurcli
F.theline Heece ->f Clifton Hill. >'
"""I"' l Thomas, widow, to estate of he
hTIm Pain Boacta hlwbtIMl Aubrey r4owh
1 umt inn. si Thomai
.,., linnet White Mr E K WalCOH K C in
IIN.3.) vtructed by Mr D. A Banfleh
prizes to-Uiy and not Certificates Christian principle of "the sam THE WAY OF A WRITER ""^">>- BaBfstM ft.
i raaUy tafO roa rreedom lath havi- no miM t soenrt rar petitioner
- often in t...... .Ithougl rreedom erlthln the ....... x(. !': .'''.... ..'...!. M PT"""" "f .w.\\^'.'..]l^-:'
need of them before .lulv Bui 1 franv rk ughtful
have alao : aMond rea onI d t
Hk Use ajlorifkaUon of Certin-
!' mk indoi I develop any child's pot
stand me: I appreciate the im- (leg, and within the llmll
portanrc of preserving a hiuh < allow l Im or her I
academic standard and the Im- Varied inei pmenl t-
portance to (he individual bo) 1 1 poaslble 1
-> in mm. ai.u one will be a *. .1
Private Show given at the St. "New Boys
Michael Almrfouse on Monday Mr Hammond and I have muc
for the benefit of patients at that '" common for we are both "nan
""JFSS: m boy follow.ng distinguished pre- n vxamtnmUon tesU ta. !ri,., 0, .
On Tuesday the Cinema give a "^f^ '" offlce ',n an wla/1 deed a School of this type will organ] itlon which might attomo
Show at Good Shepherd, St which is wary of strangers. In- HlwilVB ,>e ,udged. and righu.
James for the benefit of residents deed. I Bather there is a tradition- larcrIv bv its word in public foi
of the Fitts Village area There ;' probationary period In, expa- laminations. None the leu It This t,,:
will be no performance on triales and until nine months have ggtOU to fM> that Ham la a Ian- ,Sm
Wednesday and that also goes for passed a newcomer must not as- gPr ihat we should exalt the
Thursday, which Is a Bank- sume conllrmationin the affection ,-ertillvate into the sole end ol It ! OTCT a hundred m i
Holiday of Barb-dos. Mr. Hammond arriv- ,^ucation and turn into I sort of ''>"^'1 Wlaa man
The noscobe) area of St Peter ed here in September last and so factor* fr their production train a boy for in 1 .,. .,,.. ,
will be the scene of a Show r*i m this month of June he completes Before Ihe war In IneUiM lor bis work Like all ;
Friday which will be given on ">e traditi.-n.d peritKl [tut may I ihrv In.llluted | nation wide Cannot be Interpreted lOO llteralll
Roscobel School pasture MBUTg him. on your behalf, that "Keep Fit" campaign. George but if ., bo) coma Han
The programme that has been Barbados has already taken him
' ' "" me H.'iv. ) -f hi.- I
look lot raw lo ,,ll(l ...-. ,,i (, .,
100* But I gel MUlicanl Edna Oibbora late
isually -n down artet braokni 1 Hoktr
. 1 writ*
Margaret Kennedy, the well
known aul kirn; In ,1
BBC piottrantme
Fined for Trutlin In U.S. Curn'iH'y
Mi D H L Ward Inttru t -,
b) Mi K C Browne "i Hutch
1 Banflald tor petltlonei
The wills of the following "\.
persons we......Inutt.-.l lo Ptobatl
Klmira Floretta Langevine foari
. 1 ,.. Ain. Ndori Hare
1 : .. !ni, Nm ', .
St Mi. h.iel. Daniel Allevne. Ial
of St .lames
showing for the past few
continuing.
A 1:1 I 11.11 ii SERVICE
given at 4 45 r.
Y M C A. by R.
eks, Is and Mrs. Hammond to their hi
and that we have complete
will be confidence in them to up-
torrow hold and strengthen the tra-
it, dltions and efficiency of this
McCulInugh while on Monday a College, the premier school in
discussion on banking will 1k> led the Caribbenn. I suggest further
M Mr R. A MacKenzie. Man- tii.it anv doubU on this DOfnl
ager of Barclays Bank. which may have lurked in the
On the following Friday Mr. minds of those few purists who Heve in academic education. Wc here and after he has left' Ihe"
e. Advertising Mar.- would have preferred to await the believe it is the only mental train we shall enhunee that IradJUOl
Wll completion of the biological period " "" t1?*" x",KIVP ^ of w,"r" *< ore null
BmShhIo. \.U.
BELIZE
Mr II Baber, local Mi
* i;'... Bnad i'ibo tw
1 ln.ted Slates draft
amounting to |20 to Mr. Ira
.. PommeUa, ping hnnbi 1 uporti 1
Bernard Shaw wa* asked Tor CoUel with the solf purpoee 'f Mr I'omn.ells was lined $ ISO for
hi. opinion on it and his renl> '<.m'h: m. M M paptl purchasing the draft
was "Fll for what?" That an which will ,. yi .(I,,,, r,,,,,,.,, i,v local
lh pertinent comment Certlfl- more money In after Ule. frt will
rates of Ihemnelve* are "<> rutVC muwd much M ValtlO lit it
rmmeb. We should be no Imf IW ,.,,[[ iiVl.
school unle*. we had Ideals he laiici m ,,Ur purpoae Hut it 1e r
>ond Ihe mere salL-facllon uf eonMl willing and determine.! t,.
nublir examiners ;ive to 1 ,.v .ls
Ladles and G-mtlemen we hr. profit In.m It. bowl While he
lusaM fgajs) bk oaaaad through
I of the local Banks win* ai
I Ur.ll! II:
Garvcy 'lours
ager of the Advocate Co, Lid
'ead a discussion on "Advert
lead a '"ejJjM'on^^wHshjg- to which I have referred that * f*''' that attitude of mind and ., rwwevor varied Ml r i\'
A N ASe doubts have now been '' power of critical anah CUpatlOn and aMUthNof So w
f1 0" pvnM "">' "0"'t. W diapaUad bj the .mtstanding and rnrrasHlngU nitiaaair In world .... lV|l] l>(. "
James at aboul 11.15 a.m. on inspiring speech of Mi -Hammond."' propaganda and s>-nthetic .-----------------, s.mn u,
Thursday lietween motor lorry
M 1009. owned by J. C. Duguid
inspiring speech ...... .........._.....
That speech needs no ampllll- 91*.1
has devised tan I-
b) "e, but agaii
fying physical weapons of de-
of Bay Land. St. Michael and behalf, I congratulate the Govern- "truction and in our ecmceni wilh
-rl.vt'\ by Livingstone Sealy 01 Ing Body, the Headmaster and h> 1hem * aTfk apx * nc"eo,
Falrlleld Ijind. Tudor Bridge, and staff and not least the hovs on
- car E. 240. owned and the achievements of the vea'r Bin Psychological aestriienor
''.v"" + J^ *" Mount I -o share the.anx.ety of the lu- H**?**. TSJSSl
Hrevitor. St. Peter lure. I was impressed with the
The right front wheel, axle and percentage of successes by the
fender "
der of the car were damaged candidates for Higher Certificates '^TY ,' ,hlrZhSSLT+JEt Guiana ha bee.,
OI.LETON ROAD. 8T JOHN. Twenty-** out 0/ thirty-nine ^ ^ ^ S ""S1","i ""d '^"'
was the scene of an acci- candidates is 66|{ which I believ- '
dent earlier this week between '* n '*,r better percentage tho
the psychological thn
Values
mo'or car J-227. owned bv Rev. lhe average of all public school
Coleman of Codrington College ln lht' Empire. But as I have said
and driven by Arthur Howard of elsewhere, Barbados has a repu-
thc same address, and a wheel ,a,lun '> the field of education
barrow belong to the Department whlch P.v *e "hall never los~ Mr. Cllve Bell has defined ,-i-
of Highways at Transport a/1 not bec*u'" *>' conceit in our i*ation as "Reasonableness and
manned by Darcy Small of Gill achievement, but because of th? a sense of values." For tic
Hill St John foundations. which education in of reason we can and shdild
The rear bumper of the car bmd"- ; 'he fu,urp wcl1 b*1"*" '' uw thc trlcd methoda and a part of the barrow were ,hl* ',,and **} ^ut *"* *'" bc s'ul,l1^ 1
damaged. .,. *" (l" '"'1 *" PfOVlda UlO
AI Of IK tT THF ri'Tms IWO Olllf sense of values Withmit vain
along Roebuck ^rvfT^ ,' "*' V"'y inter**u'<1 Io <* ***" p^'>,,uc, "' i'eade"^r
..i, ..i-. ^ V?. 5 of two Kcnerous gifts made to schoo is oqly an increased daugci
^KJ^fS'tS ,h ,0,low1,,, the College by Old Harr.soma.v. lo thc community, s.nce he 0DI3
conditions In the upper section iind would lnvlll. u, fm incrCflW, BDllllv ln work hij
b W of paper, straw, sk'.is and attention to the needs of the Col- egotistical will
other waste were scattered about lege )n cash or in kind as indicated The values the Western Worm
in the streams of water which by the Headmaster. The library, has accepted for centuries I should
(lowed on one side of the gutters, proper changing rooms, showers, list as respect for truth, respect
,hile on the other side, which was ,. gymnasium, a music room. for human personality, a duty 0
small heaps of stuff were carpenters' shop and a canteen >ur neighbour, and within th
ImhIo- A. I, .-..! ...i I
BELIZE
Excellency the Oovarnu
Oarvay, C M a
.it preaoal touring ih
portion uf tb. 1
eniiy conduetod < tow 11
iii. north and west
ARCHBISHOP GOING
TO BRITISH HONDURAS
. .... I IE* iROBTi >WH
GEORGETOWN Hll Oraoi the Archbishop 01
1 aUiau ri ' lha Waal (ndlaa 1? due t.. laava
'tuil of G.C.C. and all British DnUsh Uuiana In July (Of Hril-
leiii. .1 Honduras to eonsecmle tin
can praatrva Indapand- no"P'M" 1,n" ls now buck at his new bishop, th. Venei.ibie Gemi
enee of thought and baltnea of "awtown Homa after undargotni Hann Brook i'i
tudgment we ran innculMe against onothai a....... opertfloa Uv M will LalH place Ofl July 22, -'
Dirty l>n'inisrs:
Fined 15/-
BVERTON BYNOE of Chrti
..ii Auguata Blahop ..i i
I i if t church vitro both fine
i. and : i paid Ii
14 days or m dOfaull on
Imprtaonmanl whan Uiaj appaa
e.i bafora Mis Worship Mi n \
tarda]
Thay were both found
., . in 'in
condition on March "
equal) v dangenm> an
psychological destruction:
f
the
Vflfran Player
LOSI'S Itnlll l^trs
I','.
the emotional conditionm^
millions for no nurpocte than
power Of a few We inav not find
suit of which both
amputated
id. < ithedraJ of st John the
Baptiat m Bauaa
dry.
R
COtttrad for a considerable dis- May 1 add some scholarships for limits a loyalty to the society
tanee. Continuinn up the street, the West Indian University? which you belong. This is the
the condition became worse, as In Barbados there is a consid- Christian tradition, and I flrmh
a number of small weeds and crable amount of good ln'inR done believe thai to educate children
even n small pawpaw tree were in many ways by all classes fof without a training in Ih, I i
both .ai the sides their less fortunate brethren, but principles of Christi......m 111
Of dcbrkl which had I suggest that there ki a iremcn- " build en ind I < child
n lha Dlttai dous need as well as opportunilv whajl be become I I
dini'h street was for peraou who can afford to do hramavrotii .ti,tl whirl I
. .....paitoil ana yes- to peri-Muate th,n uame< In " lalanti you bavi helped turn
. i aj nn was due to lha nu- aaaoetaUon with ocds aapael >! to develop Harrlaori Colleg
mil..11- lorries which sfera loaded education In this island, whether old Foundation, and
with sugar and svan waiting lo ' rhohtrahlo 01 uu of the luttnstatlon H
dl'thargc then loads mto a nearby needr. refcCTad to by the Hcadmaj- Churchwardao or si Michael I
sugar bond. A long line of t!ics' ' There Is a wealth of expert- and the Vestry has always main-
trucks queued up on one side of cnc* in the quotation "Let your tamed representation on iU Oov-
the road and often held un traffic *"* hine before all men that orning Body h is with all thi
-.< thev tiici to enter th- hond ,he> my your good work* n m""' ,hal navr i'i>P mted ti
A KCHIBM.n V. KLfH WAS A Canteen *v H. S Tudor to the BtafJ In
i\ icentlv taken to Ihe Gen- > Hammond baa mduate6 ^I'tm.liei with, the tit.e of Chap-
. ij. i iT.-iimt from in- hl* pnmary need is for a canteen '"".
hirles i? i"< lee -ner m accident J '"* boja hope thai during '-' "'
ocSS-cd on rifton Hall Road fl" "< twelve months one or "J u
Z tin mo" ''"''actors will come lor- '"* pHnclplei bet
rirtonl was between mo- j I Movide fund* for In. W......
vTncant ^1%. *?J!!* "V^"'Pr.....
I v Briflcld Hcuslnc
S^hcmr. Black toj* ,n.l a,jhor ...... ^ ^^
J-15- nl M Mar- Anllwm th), ,,rrn
-___..
pap.
Howard ol Call Hill. SI .lohn anil ,h .,,..,.
driven by Wo...burn Mj.Hln f ^^TT^ SLi^STSm
the same address J^V * the tradition will be reflected in
OBJT a Dedcstrian M that road ,he |)v Qf hic
The front renders, eft front ,or cwisfitutloggu aufhoriiV^
vheel head lamo and radiator wou|u ^^ congrMlUu. xh, '
-rill of J-1M as wellI asitha righ, on lhc emrll.ncy of ,hp c
'ront fender of M-00I were Honour which grecte.1 mc
damaand
T-lli: r'gONT HI \M \NI> run-
nini! board of motor lorrv '
E-161. owftcl bv C Kellman of '
Rock Hall, St. Peter, and driven
bv Edgar Scaly of Hock Dundo.
8t James, were damaged in one |
nf the recent accidents which oc-
i! Pine New Road.
j w< another j
lorrv. M-l*l. owned by Ihe De-
partment of Highways A- Tratte-
i driven by Beresford |
Newbury. St George
bvusn
I; nut exhorta*
Fn.ill>. a brief worj tJthr'Vtu '"'''
dent*, i wag dkkfSl) impn-sspi Mt nsuaily achieve more lhai
hen the Sihwui sang ths Nailoinl '"iv*,"tiorial approval or dUap-
I hope .
eWeVi
NOW FRESH
I'I III \ A I'H.ION I HOW
get your supply from
H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.-A.cnU.
JUDGL ILL
CASES ADJOURNED
fiftkkn caass which ^
IchedUHsa lO I S beard iii
I .., \li|-'ill M
i |oumed i
eauas Mi Ju lies <; I
was 111 Hi- Honour Mi M
Vaughn, other Judge of Ul *
utjoiirned the eases
"DAFRWOOD,, BRINGS
FRUIT
A CARGO of ii* package! -1'
tine bum >i'~ Of traah trull an ivi
.,, ihe island .'.. bv ''
motor VS I -'" Th
"Daarwood*1 - aipaclad l> lean
Say for St Vinci
29 passengers.
BIB AND STOP COCKS
In Chrmuuin anil I'ulished Brass
si/e. ' in., '. in. and -11 in.
BRASS RACKING AND TANK
COCKS
Si/.-s H in.. !.j in.. S. in. and a in.
I'OK AI I TIIKSK WS AKK QUOTINQ THE
LOWEST PUCES IN TOWN
SPECIAL oi i'i II
W 1ST, I.1IX
m miiiimm. AI.AIIM CLOCKS
A Ki'liulil,- Tinu'-Kff|HT with un Attractive
OutaMe Finish
HARRISONS
DIAL 2364
DRINK
CLAYTONS
^2
KOI,A TONIC
Joh laAibtq W////.W/,
arrival and on the Oteo Club whu
aarllav
There i> or.e otbei
. rruitter to which I SrOuld refer I
lu also congratulate the Scho >\ understand it la ti.e prlvUega ol

to Irani
0 Ul the MhOOl v. Inn I
but I mi....
Ing offended annually when at the
end of the |MlOlflllgl usually
about this time in the afternoon,
we were Informed that the re*:
Of the day was a holiday. It ap-
peared lo me then and as now to
to cheating Bo 1
the School may lw given
kI.iv but at a
venient time than to-day
Inattitf pAnW-U$t
BRASSIERES
The Lift that never
leta you down
We have them in 3
styles, sizes 32 to 38
in pink and while.
Also
LADIES COTTON VESTS
round neeka wilh wide anil
87c
CAVE SHEPHERD
& Co.. 1.1,1.
'''St;:','.;;',*.'.','.;;;;'*;;;;;'
What's on Today
Yachting. Carlb.lt Bar. 3 3*
pja.
QM r,,.]'. Fair. Drill Hall
! am
FaMaa.l. Kn.ii.non SH
Knock Out
The 'FLU
Before It
Knocks Out
You
ORALVA
TABLETS
ANTI-.OI.IJ
Tuh^ ol Seven
Okta&MMa lr..iii
rabtal 1
ANTI-INM.I KN7A
I .il.l.s Ihr.t Ir.n.niil-liii ll.nrk
10. II. 12 & 13
00 l'f WANT mi HKST ST9VB
VAI.lt: 9
SELECT A ....
BUOAD SIRfEI
VALOR
STOVE
hmi.uis inn i. STORES
von iiiff.iair.M ia-j in it \ i it \iinn i .s /
COURTESY GARAGE
Whlicpark (IIOIII III IIIO>l I.TII.I Dial 4391


PACE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
HENRY
1 1
BE SAFE -NOT SOP BY/ ST
1

BY CARL ANDERSON
SATURDAY, JIVE :'. ItM
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
PONDS
ANGEL FACE
THE NEW MAKE-UP THAT GOES ON
WITHOUT WATER
IN FOUR ATTRACTIVE
SHADES
!? KIDNEY PILLS
AC (CACHE
HCAOACHI
RHEUftUTlfH
NKHT RISING
TIMDFtlUK
Si
nfRheumalism
hlle You Sleep
MS h*a
u* lUHir bm iram km------.---------
MM i"i Mf*ly. ulrH| nd I
II" DO hMHlUl "-
^J\*i fmij rur
^^#>? TV nm of thf e*r j*i Innr.
$7~Y .our Rihrw.-.
^^ Mtdorthrwlmo
/ your tvo nerd cmmfni
packet


SATURDAY, JUNE :i. iw
BARBADOS ADVOCATK.
CLASSIFIED ADS
PAGE SEVEN
PI HI M MIIS
mini VniciMv *i him iMidmrt ,
i\hit* VTtZt; r- n '
Anton of Jam** Street Church'
The funeral will lnv> hi. IMt r*
im. Hindewsiry Stoad at ,.
o clock thia iHmim. lor th* J.i.t,*
"Meet ClHin-h and Ida-..
Meatbui, IVmHm I-
n -
....
nn him
......
<" ALMA LABI
i'lTIOri

i
Kitchen. Toilet
I
Appl.
HARBOUR III!,
I.O\lll\MIM MIIIIIS
md Paling.
.....- Caah
P ARCY A Bt
3 1 So-In
IN MEMORIAM
# wept, twaa nature wrpl.
m 4 i .. ', ran pierce bevnnd the loam
u( dralh
I no tar. and bruin
I behold thee in rrfnlsr.it light.
' -- ild ..-i .
MtU* in. HmmI] Pata*.
say i.
In l.-vmg memory of our dear beloved
l.oih.r CLARJaNCE HUNTF. *h
departed on th* 3rd of June l*B
"* **"" "* paaaed alnc* Ihat aad
day
When lha on* w* loved wm called
away
Th blow < audden. Iha ahock
lhal death i ...
luat what waa brat '
S Sfr In
I "
'
'
JIW-TTN
We hfvi, kni
HOl'SB-On ^^ prtv.l*
-""a from "lywlth "rcS^lJlT
Mld*t-rT'^!*J !?"* ,nd -'h **
" "a Verandah*, a-.ir.ge &*. u>
M.vrra. u. Advocate ^ g^a %
" * bedroom* I ,-,, ,,,,.
"aual onV** Pro-,, July ... ... .
REAL ESTATE
,rs"1 Hcn*.,ii*
"m" "IO running wain Uiju-
mat.iM -,,, nafctaf ,-
*'" p at. ilia i.

nH

*v*r lo bo imrmbartd b. Doraen
Gierii*. HtaHrl AJbon and Jam*.
brother... Lucille idau|Mar< and Sana
btth Hunlo molhrci. 3 6 MlIn
In lovin* momory of our dmr wifr I
-.id "LOh*r EVA AU.TII1LS N
lu rrM 3rd Junr I Ml
S*W hvrd hrr JUvumr lo adorv,
And m*kl>- all her aurlrrlni bore.
Aha> lovad. and oil raMCnad to Ood.
Nor muiiiiuml ,( Ilia chjUniln. rod"
frarrl bo Ih.V rrat
Altd poaoaful Ihv aloplr4t;
i;.l. way u ba-rt, ^id
Thou art in Ilia krrpin*
k Wm NiHpb ihuatoji.d'. Un-
Mlttrwll. Conrad. Nomwn.
. Ilnr-t ictiihtron!
>~ln
FOII WALK
AUTOMOTIVk CAM t c \* ill On. I on Apply II E ii.l V-H in <*] l-o.i 14 tt ttl
CAR 1MT TMUTlhlll U t Aperol. IS.DM Ira Car in priirct condition. Alwa>. mr drivon Courlxy Uarade Dial ! HSiaifn
CAB-On n S A Apply lo Juluin At 10 H P ..-..i iproa rvaaUMiabk piirr all. Phonr 347B ; 1, W ':.
mU" badrooma Mlh >n naodarn
cupboard, tilrd kltohon ,, -UH
ton* cupboard and nr- Phllco romblnrt
'..rr.lor and drrp frrri* l.r
' ith hooda. atoal Pranch doora, UraS
ton. .,. .n4 |||^77 q, ,:
toi.ci and howar. in* houa* u |a*t*ful
Inrniahrd. tha boda h*v* both drri, .baa
no-^"*T,".m'"r-"' "" ~^
rollahrd pin* ioora. the (.. tlMafci
t -aalawn*. tropical fl.mrriruj ahruba *r>d
!t*"-.'*S",h^ """ *'n, e-eonot
isaim. snail orchard with Mp
nmm tain-nnd. brr-.tfn.it. ,nd plum
T. w*"*"5*"h ""'"^^ -* '!
*"""" aWrdan and tool -hrd 10U..-1
.ir.ri.... and fardrn pathi. will br .old
1 f dcirrd Attrai
' .....- '*ii*r Wl between 10 a m
M.d p n, H * In
On urue iiorsc
on th a*, ft l.
i^nart Apply Mo*. K
si liwrrncr Dial au
id Apart n*
IK hi
B *V 1
RO..V tu,. ,7, o*b or Youtf
ro^pl. L^t,, doubto bedroom ovr.
k-klrja: the ^ Bo,,^, r^^^,, ,rll.
'or lh. rtdht p^y Phlll, .
1 80-1 f n
^^7~" """""* col nd '"
H^.-unable rataa. mcaua arnrM
id Dial M. Kaatlrwpi dt,ti,.t
>MM PUrniulad.
"i*i" Rr -*-- -
if required
1 Ait Jktoma
modal m pri
Rrralil Waid.
I. II P I
Inn pale* rasa
.,:..] I I .-
It ft A Cycle in doad
iionable Apply UarahaU
Phone___3*43 IIM >
"n all Mule Qulat
eaa and Cart Apply
laMfd Idie.- Black
AISATIAN PUTS-Apply: Mr* * N
Kj-ah. Cliifl'a Pla.it.llon. Si l-s
:'! :-> ::
ELECTRICAL
n\RHiiT n rn-Hic \t>m\(i ma-
CMINK .eiy IIU1* uani Nr* jwi-a
m*M will accept SX3DW At Ralph
v ':.............
Alley Phonr 4U3 t 8 XI- 3n
Otp (oirtpoT RcrituintAiruat
*', Cubic r*rv In parfr.1 wtvfchafl
ronddlon Harrnllv os-rrhaulrd and
nrav painted. Por Infort'.
FURNITURE
n'Hjvm'Kr; i-,w dMign mahocan
Wardrob*. banutlfully built, vary allrar-
llva In appearance, guarantee work-
It A flrlrnfh Co Furni-
ture Manufacturer. Upper Roebuck
Street Telephone Jt ) SBIn
Noncr
Al Mi \TIO.N* are invited for Iw.i
-chularahipa to a Aral anade arhool
one to boy and on* to a jM Midi I
the torriM rf a Bill la n empower
1.'"^,';-*-T""rtr "' tl,r *"1 "*
1AM U. JOKN COCK UlTCIIINS-iN
Id vnMd .uch *iht.Urihlpa Api.U,.,
llona mu.| be made to the Son)
""'"> <^ 'ba Truat**a from lah..,!,
*.. iittormation with reapect to U,e
-h'.Urhipa can be obtained
H VINCENT AHMKTIKlNr;
Hony. Sacretar^-. St. Martina Vicaraf-
St J'l.i.ip
IT a ao-to
MASONIC
SCHOLARSHIP
Value $48.00 per annum, ten-
able for 5 years at a Sehoa. to bo
approved by tiu- Victoria Lodge
Forms hi" application can be hail
fiom Mr. A. S. Warren, c o
B.M.L A. Society and should !>
returned to him not later than 15th
June, li.50
IKiTTI WORTHINU on SBA"
Hn.ih.n- Haieti
-. -i ..
i-* entrance *
'l>ulr. '"*"''''
The only available -iir aa> ~~ i
irttadM
place
i.r, lr,r i
II'.
Hotel or Nht Club
writing received up ! *\
June. !/.
J ROCK CO ,
in k..,i. ,.. it***)
Iniprrtlon any day
In Carlisle Bay
...lN.';*I *" D-Ortor. YarM Terr
"I. *h ahaedan*. Srh aananual Oo.-
** ** ,*- KoaWaai. *
I .!.. I* h Phili,, H
Cavldw.. -%-h EMtarn B.1 Vh
Emerald*. Rrh Wondarft.: I
ta-n fcUadallay n. Vh Zanhh M
mum m*
Jj^Nwene. a n Ki.rr.re-t -.
*h,itrt. %-h aaadMUa w s,i
I V 1
M V aXucton. Prtoce. M V. Canbba*
ARRIVAL*
, *_T_ ^T*0"* ton* net, C.pt
HI I SI .... -
"" Gloria Kenrietu, u torn
net Capt Glyna, for Trinidad
hoh-oaar United Pilgrim B 41 tout
"at. Capl Stewart, for St Lucia
It Alco- PllaTlm. 3.B31 kMM nr>
Capt llanim. for Monteal
In Touch with Barbados
Coast Station
TunJZ::..
i aenaa. SS.
trim, SB
. s \ ....... ss
rlacuba. S rrednka. BB Turl fttan,
end. B 1 IS llto p.
Plata. SH rinnrta I
' "' v * \ I SS t-auU SS
- 4mpa. lot Alia-lc
BJi E. J. Hani
- Canadian
ST rail.,.- v s -------- CPUntna.
s* Harry P s ..
B. Baron
1 .sb Atho..
v ^ > M, itU .1 II ft,..enn.
trawn to the C - (ptt*ncf]
IMO, No 21 whh will be published m the Official
M June, 1050
2. Under this Order the makimum wholesale and retail selling
* Milk-Evaporated" sft i<* Mat
Whalrwato Trtee
Keuu rnce.
(not avaer than)
MH.KCvaporsted .. J> 81 per
. 48 x U, c
pri ..I.
18 ur tu
25c per 14) or
r 16 ,./
Attention u drawn to the Defence (Control of Drug and Patent
..: stt Mm Prices' Order. 1950. No 4 which will be
i .i.li-iied in ItM OlTlcial Gazette of Monday 2th May. 1950
2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling prices of "Andrew
1..S.I Salts". '-Phillip* Milk of Magnesia", and "Vicka Vatronal" aie
m roiio. i
I .v l.lV'fl ..ill
I'hilhp- Milk of aaaaf-
nesta
Phillips Milk of Mug-
.
Vi.-ks Vauonal
1 nil of Sale M-. utiurti Ki-Uil rrtre
8 or tin ll7
4 ox bottle Us
12 oi bottle bottle 82e fsjB
II i
H
i .and. and i
".i h lia> anaid i
'u.iii OaUrn Dn
i
and Hath K.t.ln-n
I vwil ghOp If Hilei,
ut dalnfl bu-in..
I.r,.
i. Ihe
placr
Appli D UaCa1
M-,/Lne l^ne
11.300 da main mad. a.i...,
property
Aptilv 11 AIICV A SCOTT
NOTICE
re tha auu of
WAI.TKR THOSLAS rKkUMW
OFFICIAL NOTICE
MECHANICAL
BOY'S lltt'Yi \M 3S- Wheel with
"** ana *""* lor phone an 3 K> 3n
MISCELLANEOUS
UTO PARTS 11 plate batlerlaa
generator amalurea. clutch iliv. iam
haft gear*, furl pumpa. brake lining"
ic TStquIr* Auto Tyre Company*
Trafalgar Street Phone SSSS.
3 -t f
CAPS American atyled long p*ak
a SS c each
STAN WAY RTOBE.
: | ,- M
I W___Sn
GYNOMEX AntUeptK liophybicU,-
Jelly la quit* ruumleaa In It. Wal or
rneraj rTarl however frequenth uaed
Numeroua Chemical and bactn.>'otc..'
trata have proved lh* abaolut* rfnclencs
I Ihla preparation, and aa a reaull It l>
: rt-onvmanded by a very large number
oi Medical Men and Gynaecologiaia
\fada by tha- aatna manufacturer, nf
". i..mii. Tableta
Plica-complete outfit -
t vi il. 3 '-
Obtainable | KNIGHTS LTD
Jfl WV-Sn
Kg .
af l|.|, :
rvRii. niti.K hhooks piainiiff
(lAIIKNrr ItlllT.lN h M. l-.f.n.l ,.!
in punuante of an Order In Ihla Court
in tne above actif>n made on the ITlh
day of April lino. I giv* n<1c ,Q ,u
pei-Mm. baVIM Ml r.late. r.aht or inter,
an".J" *"* *" 'neumbran.r
All Ihat aiiuaie at Kma Oci.igr II..ad alureaaid In
(he aald pariah of Kami Michael ami
urernant Twems .,nc pri,he. and one
naif ..I a i^rch be the aame molt OT leu
i .me prich and one half of
i.ialned in the Public H.*l
H Oefkadjl bulling, and
boiindliui on landi of one Bretton de-
i Und. of Caroline O.I*s. on
.."I. m Mi.. Martin and a. Ihe Public
<** .ailed Klna Oeoig. Hoad herein-
'Hied or however elae the
wo-- map biilt and bound to brllag brfiirr
-.. documenta and vciu.her..
I :rd by me on any T.iela>.
..r riida> betwisrn the hour* of 12 iiu-ini
and 3 o'clock in 'he eftetm.m, at the
4 the Awi.tant Curt
i>f Appeal at ihe Court Hnute Bndgeiosn.
before the 12th day of July I mo. in order
N'OTICT. IB III3U3V OIV1 \
nap*oa having any debt or claim-
aaalnat the Katale of Waller Thoma.
Holder, dnanaed. late of Venture In the
Pariah of .Saint John In Ihla laland whd
died on Ihe IBth day of Augii^ IBIS
Inteatata. are reque-ted to mm l-i
lieiiLare of their claim- duly n Heated
to th* underalgned In- Roanmund
ll..lder. r,o Hnc A OriRlth. Solicitor*
Ha I Swan Slrrart. Itndgetown. on or
tulore the Slat da> of July. IM. after
s-hach data I ahall proceed to dlatribute
ih aeaeta of lh* decreased among the
partie. entitled thereto having regard
only to auch claim* uf whlti. I -h>|i
Ihrn have had noltea and I v. 11 hfl>
b.- liable for lha aaarta or any part
thereof eo dlatrlbuted to any person ofi
WaaMi debt or claim 1 ahall not lh*n
have had notice
And all peraona Indebted to the aald
ealato are raqueated to aettle their
indehleiinewi will-ml itelav
Oated ihia lat day of June, IBM
IDA WllHAMUND HulJIKH
Wialiltort Admlulatrau-I. of the BMali
nl Waller Thoma. Ih.lilrr .l.c.-a-.-d
More Arms Aid
tor Europe
WASHINGTON
Mr. IX-an Ai-heuu, UiuU-d BtatsS
"i Ertat*, suid today tnui
unless tneu- wa a 'very consitl-
Uaagl in tha illti'Ilialli.lial
it ituglil be necesaary
IM tha propoatxl $1000,-
iMHl.ouo budget of arms for Europe.
i .*>< i't.a\ vs..- U -'.ifMiiu id
fUPPOII ut the |l,tlaV8Ur-*M
'.......il iirii.s Aid Pr.n'i.iiiiii.. lie-
foie a Joint session of the Senate
ron-iiin ttalsttosM ukI Ai
1 ntfttaas
II.- was aaked bj Senator Alex-
sinitii (Itepuhluan. New
Jtnay) if he ctiuld f.:.
possible rexluetiuii in the arm* aid
'."'--.!> ti- strengthen North At-
- Bty powers against possi-
DU Coiiiinuniat aggressiiiii.
MJ Ai rksson nplM "I do not
t/.ink .insont- eoulii sav now thai
Hi thS imniMUnie rUtUN it eTOUrfJ
DC liLM-red."
Iteiilrr
1st June. 1950.
A FETE
At the All Saints Vicarage
Crounds. St. Pi
Thsraelay 8Ui June.
(Bank Holiday)
(iamea. Merry - Round
F.lr.
He fresh men Is on Sale
iMuielng at the <;irla Srhool
at g pm.
SHIPPING NOTICES
S I "CITY irr DIEPPE *!
Adelaide May ISth Melbcume J.tn.
2nd a*tdney June llth. Hi
Sath arriving at Ttlnldad al'
a a -port wsa.i.iNt.T
Inly Augurl Srlabane *M
Melbourne mat July N (J.iern.ku 1
Sydney mid Augual acrl.. .
about Bth lipiimHi
The.* .eaaala have ample .pace t.i
, Killed hard Itw.ii ..- ,* .
Cargo acrapted on Ihraugh MMa
l.dinn .ill, iianahoaanenl at TtinWI f..,
Rrlildi Oman, flerbad"*. W11- naad
M. WITHY CO |1
Agon**. Trtaldad
DA COSTA a CO. LTD .
Agenta. Barbadoa
nAr*woocy' anil
-
St Vincent, aalllna
Tha M V TAhinwr- -I
accept Cargo and Paaaengart for
vtigua. Montorrrat,
St Kitt.-Ne... uilmg Saturday
B.W 1 SCHOONER oWNMLV
ASSOCIATION
\m,Mc 1 9>u
rw OBI.BAMB *ra.irs
Art.
Mas
N.O.
Jl.t May l|lh
I MX
SIN IOBR -msn I
|| * IIAI
PsM
1 Off van mm ..'. /
HMO
III (REAM
From
4.111 I I II II S
APPEAL LOST
KINGSTON. June 2. k
Alphoivus Mah-olm, former
- Ilia Jan-wen m..k.-v ..:
Ki-dny lost an
. iirul ctasfrarM i sni
i tot ikhai otsri to I
the poll in his car during last
December's eUs-tion Ml atefaolm
" si ippolnti i s;.,..-. i n Jwiu
Reiilir
^^^^^w^^^^^?^?^^^^o^^^^?^?o?5^^^
rum.
GALVANI6ED TANKS S only. SN
Uidlona Galvauslaed Tanka with ouint
THE GENTJtAI. AOENCY CO BAR
RADOB. 14 lllgn . I ti 3* i
LADIES' SPORT COATS-!n aaaorted
ColouraArt Bilk Lined SB SO and
SS W The Modern D.e.. Bhoppe. Bro.l
Street ____________________? " '"
NODtaH f..r rssr rerorJ player
, !1 kind, including Ruby and sapphire
eml-permanent needier to play aeveral
XZW PIJVTTERS Dinah Shore. Prank
Sinatra. Bing and all th* real. Come
.'.d at. but quirk
'M"g.i,;i.
PANTS CMaaS Plannel Panta ST SC
s-, sr ...
nalule
Iron ihe benefit" _. .
ree. and he ilepnvrd of all claim ' said properly
arg bIm> noiilVad that th.v
it alicnd the >aid Court on Wrdnci-
the llth day of July ISM, at |Q
when their aaid claim, will
inked.
mder i
hand t
i ITth day of
t V GILKES.
Barbados Youth Movement
Wr beg to remind you Ihat lh
rtiviUea of Ihe Barbadoa Youth Move-
ment ar* being held on Mondavi.
Weiineadaya and Prtdaya at the Youth.
Centre. Tudor Bridge You will alaa
icmwrraber that when we Brat .tarled
i ur ynuUi work In IBJl . >
il. .pianl. envied, ate : but to-day
earybody want* to become it youth
leader now the Barbadoa Youth Move-
men I ha a banana war Id-wide and
recognleed Bo help ua to help the un-
fortunate youth* of Barbadoa.
Rev I.. Bruce-Clarke. Pounder.
Rev J B. CHANT. Chaplain.
Mr* OLGA BROWMT: O... Se.
1 0 SOIn
MAIL NOTICES
M.ll. f.,r St Vincent. fllSSaall.
Timldad and Urmati Oulann bv
the M V Canadian Crulaer will
be cloaed at Ihe Grneeal IM
Mnr-e m under.
!.... -.1 I!.
and thdinarv Mall ai t m on
Manday. 5th June IBM
Malla for Martinique Antigua,
s CrolR, S Tln.maa, VI and
New York t.. Ihe S B. Port
Townahend will be cloaed al th*
General Poat OTTIce a> under
Parcel Mail and RetO-lerr-l
Mill al Bam Ordinary Mall
..i 10 IS a m TO-DAY d June
JANETTA DRESS SHOP
EaWftf Broad Street
UpBUlTS over NKWSAM A CO
OPENING SATURDAY, JUNE 3rd.
Hour*: SATUHIMY d 30 to 11.30
MONDAYS to FRIDAYS 8 30 to 3 30
A Small Assortment of .
HI.AD. MADK IIKt'.HhtS from .
MS Ss lp M-. Ilreaaea made to aeder i.- h ,i..-. dirferenl
tabrlea lit LIBERTY'S of LONDON a SPECIALITY
SOI 1 II ti..| s i. t s*lil IN -l.alt.al aRBVICB Malltat Barbed**
I -ALCOA PIK1H1W . ALCOA PENNANT "AlA'OA PATRIOT' MIIIIaOINU April Bath May l*th st... Mi Karbaea. May litn May lit May llth May ISth May nth May !*th June SIR
> "ALCOA POLARIS IBS Montreef a St Lawrence Rival Poru. For Montreal a HI lawreni* River J^hn. Montreal and St Law lene* River Porti .*" mm. ida lion
A STEAMER" May SSih
'A STEAMER" June inn
Thaae vraaeU hava llm Apply DA li. il11 id Tilt e-l paaaanger a
"II A '> SI 1 Ml .v.. -TD Canadian s*rv|.* Voik and Uulf Bervlea.
HARRISON LINE
OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM:
v>ffi from itmm
SS. "STATESMAN
S.'
S "TACTICIAN
S "TRADER*
. Olasgow &
Liverpool
. latndon
LaWpOOl
Due
Barbados
31*t May 13th .lune
3Isl May I8th June
ITth JuM 30th June
HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
iS "AtiVtMFi*"' '" floses In narbadoa
S^SaSKi^ ;; !^- |?!!;^r
For further parUculara apply to
DA COSTA & CO.. LTD-AenU.
PASSAGES TO IRELAND
Ann
DubUnan HV^bualI"......V '"......" ft '""' i"a lo
%fSS"a&'W
*---.-,'.',-,-,'.*y.'.e-a*^e ',',-.',.*
' -*.*ae,r,*>f .*,'.*.*.-.',*.*&,'
Furniture Storage
Available at Ralph A neard'a
Warehouae. Hardwood Allev For
Renlala Phone MSI Long and
Short term period
s;.',-,',-',*e'r',-,-.'-',-a*e'e-a'a'-'e'e*a' ,
j I'arailisi'Kfaihllubl.ld. [
*; Nt>TICL TO MEMBERS
S In ateoidanco with Rule O
^ 34 the Clul. "ill bt closctt V;
S on Saturday, 3rd June, 1950. o
** fiin 9.00 p m. *J
% By order of thr Committee. \
GENT'S LOAFERS
IN BEIGE OR BROWN
WITH CUSHION
CREPES0LES
Sli.'.'.-,
SOLTIIIIOIM) SAILINGS
from Montreal. Bt, John, Nil. ||0|ifx, Ns
T.. Burbado.^ Tnniilu.l. Dtimrara, B.0,
M.I.I..
....! Pal..
... ..I .
PLANTATIONS LIMITED-4nH
SHGUEMfiV TERMINALS
W.dyVVWpOOV'e^-trWaVleftSy^
nil Want to I
oh
i Will Wat
,PR|Nn COAT. IT-Tt COAT inedlnrr
. Corne-
ttlMIl'
OFFICIAL SALE
:. Mil' UMlS
In the AaaUlani I aart af Agaal.
EquiUble J.irladlctlum
CYRIL IIKt'CE IIKOOKS Puunlifl
CLARENC-r lll'HTON KIN.; Drfrndanl
Nolle* U hereby given thai bv aMua
of an Older ol the Aaai.tant Court of
Appeal dated Ihe tlth da. of April 1M0
eat bidder at the Ofnre of the Clerk <.f
a. Maal Court ol Appeal al the
Court Houae. Bridgetown, la-i--..,. Ifaa
hourrn of 13 .nooni and t o'clock i the
afternoon <>n Friday tha llth da> ol Jul(
All that certain pine or parcel of land
lluat* at King George Road efoicaid M
the -aid pariah of Saint Michael and
.land aforeaald containing by admea>.
TssstJ on* perrhaa nd on* hall
ol a penph be the aame moir .
clo.ivr of orte perch and one hall of a
p.nh contained in toe Public R..ad here
i-ioncdi hutting and txrundlna
-n Und. ol one Bretton deeeaaad. on
- .i.ne OHley. on land, of Ml
"artin and on the Public Road called
K ua George Road hereinafter mentioned
elw th* aame may butt and
hound and If not then Bold the aaid prop-
erty w.ll be ..
>-.-. i.
until the aame la <
f..r .
i lh* aame houra
Uatod th. nth day of April. ISM
I V rm.KES.
Ag Clerk of lh* Aaditanl
Court of Appeal
______________________>i 3n
lor MARL. SAND
GARDEN sun I i.
LIME and
BLOCK STONE
Dial 4503
Ball PotDUd WATERMAN .
JOHNSON'S STATIONERY
Btt tha Play the middle WATCH
> TO lie Stiigetl in June
STNALNMCS Wll MIRRORS ate at
JOIINSUN-S IIARIIUARE
irlif\4- art* ...
I. tit l-S t II III III
nil'OIIIVYI NOTICE
Ihe Supph ol Natural Oai
is being continued pend-
ing negotlatibna
Ihe lliirbados lias Co..
LTD.
a] Christian Science
iii'ailinj* lioiini
nor ii i" i
. MIB.MA
TINS rtAB
l i
*EN A |
SilARI & SAMPSON
LTD.
LOST A MM'.Ml
(ion?
Itoun. : l'J a.m.2 p fn
Tuea-laya, Wednesdays
Erid-.y.
10 anilII oVloefe
Saturdays.
I Ihla Room lb* Blbla an
tut Chtlatian Science Mat boM
near. t 'lb wita H'l
irlgtair* t>, ' .. i RAAfi
HELP
ADY For m.u.ag'ng pnutlon
BJB !ANCP. SHIRT FACTORY
rMAtrrT^'H-GARDaWDI Apply M
Paivai Rlnre No > "igh Street
:i mi SB
MISCELLANEOUS
| a Visitors Are Welcome a
LOST
MR \l ri.IT Silver Filiaree. Atlht
Willow Club. Thur..l..
Finder pleaae return aame to Mia. N..(mi
lluabanda. r o Regal Club. Comer T-doi
'AT i'h large black and fluflr
oat. wllh all whlto underneath.

H iler plea. return ti. "Ifnmelelav
1 a fc> In
FOUND
A nim of money in Ihe outer office of
th* Colonial Treasurer
pl*a apply to G O Wll.
Income Tea Office. Bridge Street
j.e.ao >n
foh -KKTHKAT" sail
SIX MEN'S HAY
i of the ye:
JOHN M. BLADON
(a.
r v a
rATE AGENI AUCTIONEEI
.,... 4it40 i' i .
St'I'VEYOK
you, can, mvi hoach.
Suadabupa mud WlaJdiws;jua.
mil a. jnatteJL o$ howiA.
Cow, d g May 17th
0 7DMEC WEEKLY
SERVICE
TO
GUADELOUPE
AND
MARTINIQUE
BY
BRITISH
WES1 INDIAN AIRWAYS
I owrr Broad street
Brldgi-lo'
Harliadu-
PIlOII'
45*5
and 2719
POLISHES
"f nai ili-viriplion |UM rneived.
Till: 4L.MHAI. I SIPOIIII SI
ICnrrBAL IOIM.KV I.T0mrlrW.l
c ..rn.r l B.o.d X Tudor HlrprU.
THE STANDARD VANGUARD
IHE FAMILY CU Hrffls* tVBTWBII
Up-to-date in every detail ol Ihsll d.sign. luxuriously
r Standard Can are to-day .successfully carrying beyond
the seven seas Britain's challenge la the world in
craftsmanship and quslity.
&m "' IfHO l#./,/r i*s i,n Shim at
CHELSEA GARAGE U950, LTD.
PHONE 42bt
THAEALf.AR STREET
CROWN A CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT RV IIKISklSC. THE NEW CROWN GINGER III


AC.I I.KillT
BARBADOS ADV'H \!l
WI Play
Lancashire
Today
A B i






opportunity la
...


i

Johnny i
anil Mlii i

.... \\,
i i
No B

...
I.I/.CI. ROutS Police 30\



was sen!

V.M.C.A

POLIC1

I
. :
F
SATIKI.W JIAr
I
i
It 1 11(1 I L- Ui
.'. win I
1
1


1
'
1
1
1 i
\


1 i


.



*tl


. '
1 them
'
Iti", To | mi t-.isc
I
It* .

.i atroni wind itUi
The Md
NtW MORRIS-COMMERCIAL
5-TONNER
WITH POWER
TOUCHNISSREIIABIIITY
t LOW RUNNING COST**"
1)133. cut:
I
IS-
The i..... bM '"
Hun ui VM MM
kottlai * one at """
lllljev Ilti' l- Hie I-.-1 .1
hW.il. Ill) lr.|. .in
021
''
I
.111,1 It
ell to develop (In- n-n-
lurv making habit .it Ol.l
Trsflnril
]n thl ''
In ifloii. Ml|.......' I Irei
II
. v

. i

Rut thr
.'. | lot In
keenly
tuns. ljiiM-itshirr 187 and 182.
West I: : 3fi
Johnny Brian, "t bowllnj
fame, dl the W. I
H t*em i "t
count
veors l (r
1.1, Fi.
Browne dl<
to lake
i

[, and I "
- bowllni
County plirt up 4W Makepear.
:mri Tyldefl
Thi- W<
for JIB. 1
fi,)'..-. .. .; i ii
to Pernon h I mi I S
arho had I) In thi
1 Wi
I,,,!., 101 114 The
, 'i a 121 i' |Uln
tot etui
Otmayktm
l,ancn*hirp wai IM chempkx
county i",;
thi- left I
.
tha ISM M.I C r* dt Im
unl)
Idd.....
Iha w.
i
i ii4 for l an-i
out in u>
with ti
Waal Ii die core at 178 Tut J
wicket
Thorn
both of which

sot his 04. out ol the Wi
2*n for B wt* kel
Oomei
on the IS
I
ended In -*. draw.

....
. /
-is spiirklin- .i wire I
.
'ithi pun
to warrant lh<
wo .<: "$a '' ""' .
B v
/nios Friendly
Foolbatt
Association
ri.ij.mvi-.
!>.. *eW.
II A I" A KMl I FlMI
Ihe l Km ,.. 0
....
Bhtk- It Driui, I:
)(> iKntKlirtri. A i i
,!.- I.
T WMiho tpmm
i- ,- I',,.
1
i Ii
liasl.flhali Touring Team
Leaves For 'Trinidad
I tint Mulch Tonight
t-l
Coad
''. .....iterday ifteinoon for Tiintdai .:
l<
Hi
Somerset
Defeated

Hum Paaa i.
. -[ton to
i


n .'i .
imi Tretnletl ai At -
.
al 'I cm
lip

0 .!
i aaad In thl


I
Gallahl Hid
..... iin



r v, m
tore Ham
twe mind

Lawn
lunch
Seat bewlera Jahnaoa uni
1......hand the alla.k .liter
Inu and wan faar mm.
uiii' i Jenaa aajala enjoyed
.....-lion l Hfndlni a
-tump TtwhOfllag out ..I the
crauinl. The Menu mi ihK
I.,. i. i 4s Woadtenaa who
|il |^ nuMllr .. lull th.lt
I
Sot

Dpi


Hi | |

i ul driv
ched ii ii. M mlnuhM

WortaU

... led i
.. |
have en ..

...
'

him in imotl
'! '
1' i tutu
:' i
II I Robinaon
b hi* fifth vv icki
'.. two I
Rnmadhii
Of 11 (01
-.mm;-' an
naufua a
H i. -1 i r,l I- ...
I- U.imulhlTi
I, 8


BmmI-OI
l

WCll to ii'
I
:lcl thi

Itjhl ;toti 'i .
n Juno ii
I
Daidol, Ham
RdthiU, (Caw >. Aii;
on rndie" i rdaoa i 'liffti i
' k- Toddi
Loul
i
B.B.C. PROGRAMMES

I- .

'. I
II.
<- i. in r....
| .
6IAND HA VI

that mean bigger earning capacity
(UII PREMIERE
DAM I
ro-.\i<.iir
.


> laas iihuBiii
. ..iti, n. m SanaaM .....i-i
TOP I'll: h..ii.i.brrll.M-. ron I*Jptr,
BB wkh nrn I..I-..H Mi-I Mfldlr
ifii: Trwnot i mi -ith Sannwi aaaival
-I*rlin(1.iihlniU.Uri II..iihiIH:
I 'xik-mhr* lha*r Viuntwr Hiih imnnal
hi .i.l,.ru.jiMi.
Uft flr
Haemal tr
BOOKF.R'S iBdhl DRUO STOBF.
itild ALl'HA PH/.F.MACY. II. M
2 p.., Haarj H
jo pm Dw m i .
. in (. i n,.i
: MO pin
Let pm. Thr N>rt.

aOWLDTG I
A **.- I Ol IN
INM'AL KAMI;

IM. fui Ml.
.[..!' .
The Weather
TO- IIA l
sun Uaaji Ml n m
Kan Mbm c.ih p.m.
Moan fLaal QauSar) im
l.i|hlli Illih 4lrr: fi.OM | m.. ; i
.
VEBTBBDA1
i in-
.(.:
li.til fff miuitli t.i aaaUi
las : .11 Ilk
ImiH-rjIuir (RUxl. *l..' I
Teanparoife (Mia). M i
tkind Hire.lion (9 i m i I
3 p.m i: by N.l
Wind Veloritt IT mi Irs p-r
hour.
i iMBMler -i.m.i MJII
'1 pm I >.t CnwwVJtt i
MAGNIFICENT
COLD DANISH
BUFFET SUPPED
SERVED
SUNDAY NIGHT
,,,, 7." II '"k
mahine
Ball *oom
BBC IS FtIR
Crcoai Flu.....
BOPft, TlMliaJi i-i,,,, a
Sirlped. TwOMta, thr I.. .
I i Strips
A ho
Khaki White |)r||i, a
Pe'-lallv.
THAW'S
ft. 9m, llinryi Swan
Streets
MORRIS COMMERCIA-
rOBT kovai. BABAOB. itu
RH -i|f l>ihlr,|iti|OI.
flmiie I.MII
Pha>s if tttfuiiii/iff >
\\,- mi M0B|| . -
CVF.KITF COBBUOATtD SHFFTS
r, r. *\ : ie LoaurUn
\i.i mimi >i OOMtfJQATtt BBBtn
ti. T'. , ", It* Lemtlho ?4 CkUBl
OALVANIBKD C0BJ1OOA1B0 siif.KTs
6' 24 Ckwn
li \l \ AMSi:i) ItlllC.INCi & fa'TTIHlM.
BSD CBDAJi BBBKOIdM Ma II No. S tirade*
. r < eiliuBs a PaHIUoni
IBSBBfOfl WOOD i I \i "in M
4x4' & 4 \*' . lOO. pet M!, (out.
lirrprool. Termite .m...l. 0*0 DO painted jiiv OtiSfJI,
il .
ttal.
WILKINSON & IIAYNF.S CO., LTD.
Ml.
I'll,
"< .1.71.1
BtBBSOjy
1 i>. Ii I very rime
li.nl
\gi I PMOOTIIOTE! VO 1 6E- IV 4- 5uH).l -,, -_ \'
lSj TE MAfiAZ.ME; I CE*'-'"-^ IS TOMOR*3 ?*.v..- \ i v'-_- - -~ .
^TO-O^C * VO- ""TTEWS 4RBAU.ALKE- ) V "- s =C---
-T2. ;s (. nevf?cel.ve? os-he! *s iBBaar-"
CA'.LINC ST PHILLIP
GkAND CALYPSO & DANCE
I PARK
rONITI . '!M 'ID lr.ni I p.m. OK
.. ...
I
.
> .(I llnr.
- S =5=E lANCE
nRTBRS :o esp---
Thinking of Furnishing ?
See (hese beaiides
PRINTED LINENS
50 inches wide per yd. $2.82
and $4 23
31 per yd. $3 12
and $2.02
CRETONNES

50' wide per yd. S3.80
$2 40
and $2 21
30' wide .. per yd. $1.96
$%
'

onBndBBnnnnnBHBanHnnnnBnM
V-
- = N .'.- = S
/ t-ESE V'ABE! V -i-E W-AT?0- vE4_....._L let
( THE -vPROSEMx vou I**" 0,< T-.MAV Rjs; IT ScXT
- --s< '-
THSV P6LIVER- ( STOV"-r^I(^SUMMER--WE PAy OM
IT SOES OS
TUE HEA" V, Trl
TJE REST OC
TWE GREAT
UNREAP--

CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd
________ 10, II, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
CALUXC Ml ul llilS
SCOUTS /M/i7\/n .in./ /KIIMiS
THE GIRL GUIDES FAIR
i
'I I. I I I .
II
I

OS
I ,i Ml
....


#f/#. BAHBADOS B AM AVIV CLUB
PRESENTS
THE HILARIOUS COMEDY
-THE MIIIIILE WATCH"
FOR THREE NIGHTS K MATINEE
Bill. Till IIS. Fill.
JUNE Miii !.".. IUii mat: nil. ii;n,
TWO BOX ol I m is OVB2V
l'ril> JIM 'III. at H a.m.
...... I >IIMUI llll ATHI


University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2011 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Powered by SobekCM