S 11 d a v.
I !?.1 O
USE COMMONSEN'SE OVER SUGAR
Cripps Expects A Rainy
Day For Sterling
K0TIM;KIIA.M. Yorkshire. June 17.
Cripps. all lag warning of a "raii.> day not (ar ahead '
for tin* \\hoU- Marling area, told miners hen- today th-
Britain iniisl have more coal for export.
"The time is not far ahead of g*j when we shall want, am
want lunik all the. export markets we can get and k.r p
he told Yorkshire miners at their annual rally.
..Do not let us ever forget that at all times We mav &
the backwash of changed economic conditions 1:1 othe
parti <>f the world, which may make it difficult h
maintain out own progress.
KiNlisro.Y Jane 1 .
Tin- k.a John ICeBtnai
u,i* [mia lad ud aotluooea
. Cardinal Artega De
Betancourt. Archbishop Of
The ceremony took
on Friday In the n
domed Cathedra) "f Mm
Holy Trinity In ttaa pn 1
at the Governor Of Jamaica.
Sir John Hugging and other
FRUIT PERISH IN
FLORIDA, June IT
A million box*
eii In 1 mulU-milllon
largsjat citrus plants early today.
I Detail aatunatt 1 thai
damage to the Sprawling PacMng
Association plant would exceed
Al the height Of the lire. IL01.es
leaped 100 to ISO yard* in the air
and the glow, was seen ST miles
The four acres processing and
canning plant, with about one
era of building space under the
roof, produced both orange and
yrapefrult concentrate* Rruler.
\\>- ill have a long way 1
go and a hard yob 03 K)
speak of the atarllng ar
of our own coualrj II iv< an I
build up adequati
habp ii..iiitain the Import! dm
to ensure our future nil]
ment at limes when pn
falls oft in other eountrfc
.iii- -. .' 1 uat< mers.
"We are trying mon -
to organise our extern
both export and import, so thai .1
gtvoi us pfaatai m 1 ui 11 iai u
the effect ol Buctuatl *i I
uoni in othat oountrloa"
"But we can oavat
selves from the condH
as we have a population of WD
lirgelv ipon 0111 extei
I lalrht'l man GlUSt'd
PORT OF SPAIN June II
p . tank 1 F
onal data* live
tacked aittl hatchet 111 the
r> 1 |b Ito.Ai 'i 1 whan ha
the grreet ol
man m connection with the
Four policeman came lo his
but Ihe hi
. ction "I the
Outnumbered nva to one tha
wanted man upralaad hh hatchai
and rudhed at tha policeman
While the policeman rushed from
behind and ran Into .1 ravine wtth
Roberts at his heels He lumped
into the ravine, disappeared and
has not been found imca IOJF i
A Soviet woman blotoata! to-
.. 1 1 die aacrel
of it c rigui of life.
Speaking over Moscow radio.
Professor Olga Lcpessinskays said
the new Russian theory of living
matter, which completely threw
down the 'reactionary" idea that
life did not exist outside the cell.
opened the way to victory in the
struggle against disease, old age
and opened new ways towards
the healing of wounds and the
raatoratlon of lost tissue.
The old call theory. Professor
1/ p.-.Ninsk.iy.! said, fettered medi-
cine and biology by limiting life
to the cell, and placing the cell
itself under the influence of some
eupematural force -Renter
In St. Kitts
iBarbadoi Advucal* Cixreie<>l'
ST. KITTS. June 17
The Acting Governor P D.
Uaconald arrived on Wednesday,
June 11. (Or one week's visit. A
four-man delegation from the
.. Partj interviewed His
i ... and discussed four im-
portant questions of local Interest
viz.. the Soulbury Commission
Report, the W.I. Sugar Quota.
election* and the Ten-Year Devel-
: ; Plan. The discussion Listed
two hours and thirty minutes.
LOOK AT FRANCE!
(It,ii *)ur Own Comn.....Mat)
LONDON, June 17.
| M' I.;;.-. as well as MPs have been circularised by
I ho Empire Economic Union and the Empire
Industries Association in the joint memorandum
issued today calling for support on behalf of the
West Indies sugar case.
The statement says that the British Government's
refusal to grant the West Indies their request for
an increased guarantee falls as a heavy blow. The
colonies may be urevented from selling all their
output and suffer unemployment and distress in
consequence. Britain will then have to make money
grants to overcome the difficulties.
the chi ipetl mai In...... It oet on to deal
requirements on ;. pre-war conmiroptiol to poinl
OUI 'I || .inn i i .....
Bxpemlve Home Buesr
National Penal Laws Wanted
To Deter Travellers
THK HAGUE. Juris 17.
Caaei ol counterfeit travellers' cheques have led the thin)
Intermitionul Conference for the Suppression of CotlAtoT'
felting meeting here to recommend to member Governments
that National Penal Laws should be extended to protect
them, it was learned today,
- The conference which was
attended hy over 2(H) .t-.
BRUSSELS, June 17.
The General Council of the
(ountry's second strongesttoday
i ailed on all Belgian Socialists to
!nl up a "merciless and Irrcduci-
le opposition against Kinit
Leopold's return to the throne."
In a resolution, moved bj Haul
Henri Spaak, a fonner Belgian
Premier. and unanimou-
ed. the Socialist General Council
declared "We no longer consider
Leopold the third as the Kihk ol
'he Belgians, but as the head ot
.1 political majority who, If
brought back to the throne by
this majority, will have to go as
this majority will cease to aiUt.
The Resolution furthet
Under no circumstances will lh<
'telglan Socialists Party agree to
collaborate with Leopold the
third As from today the Forty
"ill take all tha naaaaaary mea>-
ures for the laundiing ol an
.iction which will force the Kinj(
The General Council's resolu
lion will go before the Socialist
National Congress due to meet in
Brussels next Saturday Bootal
The country's strongest pi
me only on* wholly In favour of
King Leopold's return to the
hrone, gained an overall majou
!> in Parliament at the lust
General Elections. They secured
,ust over 47.5% of the votes cast.
Today's Socialist resolution
-.tressed that the socinl Christians
decided to solve the n
Uon wiUiout any regard to
national concord - Renter.
NEW .TKKSKV. .i a
ot Christians behind the Iron
i Duten clergyman said
in ;i >|m-i ii hei
Dr W A Vlaan Thooft. Secre-
. | chi to* U i
i taa Nattonal Coui
Church spirit of count!
the Iron Curtain.
The people were ullowed
attend church OO Si ittay. but
much to the fore the
cf the week
Dr. W. Stanfc s.
grout h* rateutlon in
from 34 countne- and terrli I
nded today with the apprcv**!
of resolutions. The
did not think it necessary to
modify the 1929 cOUOtaffatUng
oonvantloni of Oaneva, but addafl
that the protection
laws be extended to national
and foreign credit tacUTtttei
which have a role similar t4 thci
The Contereiue alM urgid th..t
Governments which had not yet
done so should raUfj the 192.'
aonventkmi and nut their
national d men]
that the Pal
of the International
Criminal Police Comn i
definitely recogouagd to
exclusion of any other body ns
the central office of information
jt:t< rfeitlng*' and that
Governments. Iianks and
send specimens of then
rencv to the ICPC and pro-
non to help
1 -. intur-
natkmal i unt< rf< I
of counterfeit coins and notes
: c pc (or tran*
mission to the Judicial anthori-
They strongly advised that
central mee for
member country and that th
central oflV Mini coun-
tries should wor"! together i'i
ASMARA. June 17
Brltlah off\cers and m.;, in
bushed by in armed bend Bear]
Itcre fought their way out with'
pistol* and tommy guns last night I
Majoi J c Gould. Brltrei dJa-
irmaster, was iii,tiv
wounded in the arm by .i bulfcl
rtn- oral the first time that
Shifta armed banTjs who support
ihe Union of Eritrea with
la :-.. Intarfoi
thi Kuti-li Army or PoUcaoBcers
hough they have oftan hold up
vehicles carrying officials and
About 20 miii undei '
well-known Shifta leader Trthte
fctopped two cars taking Major
Gould. Major P R I^pcr.
-Command of tha Kits'
Battalion Royal Berkshire lt.-g -
ment and an escort of four British
soldiers to Maasawa
Th.- British party opened fire
One Shifta was teen hit hv
tommy gun fire H fell to the
ground drltish sergeant-major
firing his pistol at close range saw
another of the attackers fall
Tha British party drove on
Major II C Ch nn. the Erltrean
Dlftiict Deputy Assistant Adju-
tant and Quartermasti-i Qanei
following a little way behind, saw
.some ui the skirmish and had to
ass st. After a brief engsgemen'
h* (00 drove OB The entire partv
proceeded to Massawa for the
arrival of British reinf
T|0P FICT1 RE thawl A Ishnuel twarlng Spartan seeoiul ..,i
HiUi a powerful header fraaa a centre by Chase on HurliM wum
BOTTOM i: Kerce (lie Evertun caal-keeper, trie* In \4in to i\r
SparUn\ fourth goal seared by Keltli Walcetl
r.s'fur., on jioue 41
5 Countries Sign
Arab Secu rity Pact
Israel's Houndaries Rejected
ALKXANOKIA. June 17.
V'w,- A the levtn niuniber countries of the Arab League
Egypt, Saudi Arabia. Syria, Lebanon and the Yemen were
lode) Arab Collective Security Pact at tin
resumed meeting of the I,eaJue Council here.
Iraq, the sixth nation represented at last nlght'l LeagU
Poltticel Committee meeong which decided to c<
the Pact today, was withholding her signature "f.i! techni-
cal reasons, Azzam Pasha, the league Recreiaiv General,
The Jordan, the seventh mem-
j^ || j.. j l>ei of the league. < i
l>1HH'*>(' Xlltlt'lll sentative to the special session
which opened taat Monday with n
I ri^rt'mit't'tK I '('roil OWOgaial of Kin Alxlullah's
i/i?.rt h|it um run ilUan in im.onmtr.,unil All(l, lirH,
BL'KNos AIRB8, luiH Palaettaa Into lha Haahemlta
Police took prec.miL. u.iry DBCa- Kingdom "1 Jo\ dan .vithout
Urei vesU-rday at the Mouther- league sanction
rat National Collage, i Befme siKimik the Pact, the
where a student is to ba triad |C incil WH ,..-.,<(.-
on chargei ol howli '" ," Brnain, the united Mates
toPeron. According W local press and Fi.mee on UMU ..nnounre-
reports. t ' "",in .....' "" "' '
phrases which were written eBI wpply arms both to IanMrl end the
on,- ol the classroom blackboards.! Arab states on the strict condition
Tw.-nt> i-i .entol theatudenu "" "' not ,,,1l u,r
*ta>ed away from classes yeater-j aggiasaaoB,
day morning, tIn ... M._l_t,_ _.
but conditions In the Collece re rreiUn Ministers Reply
turned to normal by afternoon KliVphl(M For,.IJ(n M,n,-te, s.deh
Kru,r' I <> \:< -. was expected to hava
1 the draft reply ready for to-day's
: e.tlni; <>f Ihe l-euguc Council
L-sudUj relMbla aouroaa said tha
reply would include these four
1 The Arab countries regard
ms of their territories as
their new affairs.
2 They cannot accept
I,resent boundaries as
reoognised bv Britain. tin
United Statai and France
:i | Ik I
uon is tantamount to dividing
the Middle East into soheies o|
As the Arab countries are
.'. the i r.n..i Nations,
nnot take any action out-
nithorlty of that organi-
It .,- iinderdood that Thurs-
day's meeting of the l.caiioe
Polltkal < '.it mlttaa look lha rlew
"..t thr part of tha "Big Three"
declaraUon saving the* would, II
iK-cessary. take aetk i Mel
die East outside the ft fOCl
i., i in pn anted
ii threat to the independence of the
Arab states Bruter.
NORTHERN ITALY. June 17.
lame I tWO It.ilmn M I i
iUi cumiiiicit) m th. tnurd.....
Ihe Ainu i i .!
William Holnhau. who
i -. "the in.a. arho dn a the two
.if atamoctda" * yeai
They alleged the M
ihol by .i nauoa ofheat
ardi i" declda who ihould
kill him Th. murd;
lust nucht hron I
w with a bulk '
back of tin- neck
mIm, at ihe lima ..f m death wag
?ion", parachuted In thi
It ui v to link hi
The poll a Cl
nthi go ftei .ii-.' Li
Ung foi yeai trom
partaian who wi .....i r
iiKHin gNOLAND, Juna 11
Miss Alice Bacon. N I
-nan of <
laniad rapw In the
'nit neon tlon with
Rally bora I lsh that some of
those talking alxm' r : i.ni-ni.,!
Part- i (i .'....... tl
ment would lake lha i
FHea \\> Paris To
Defend His Name
SAIOON J me i,
Tarew newt papt i lot
ii io Part m-' i i
aid, ha h
tori In Pi
doe it ai
. Britain i
mi bu) He i no Undl
i. .a aqu ; "ii colo-
lueii.....rven tl.....i ri ii
i ween the Oovenunent'a
Honing will and and thi
,\ rernli that dur-
,r the Wc-t Indies sup-
plied Britain With lUgar withoul
.. i pointed out
Prance I u......rtakt n to
i uj Um aikola output ol 11
mai ampire < a i.....
< .overturn Ml Hulk llnv in
- morandum ca
N m tha
boat I top, then I
., lann con-
. onl. prai deal method,
not purchased until u I
We ui i at t fe-
nd give t-
nd to buy ail "in lUgar from Fm-
KM n Up "II .
violent hall Iruet
th. La 'f i
i i 'i i I- i
Hi..... Iai I
cut and crops dams; led by tor-
yet.Mai lain it:
half the i
Usrga hall atom
POPE WILL CANOUSL
VATICAN CITY. J H
i that the
Uon '.f the (-
... . Mai
should beheld in St
gak '' unique
iy of the
years ago. ROl
Before the Pope an'.
had Hooded Into the V,-
uasMg tha Baalllca
The ii V i nulaj : i rad :t"-
nog for 'ho crime
.ind now the repentant
a gardener at a monastery at
Ascoli Piceno. south 01 I
anew aaalnst him that hi
maintain- that Uk I
Milfs Murk MtMiif
n iri ii
to go hon
Me will f I
at ll|,i- | I
I pi .... ,..,,,.
It. at) i
FIVE KILLED. THREE
MISSING IN RAF CRASH
I loyal Air I
- kluc i and I
matting today aflei ..n RAF.
coast of the coin . i
K.W.V. PURE WINES
rxl ici o( the Ql 'iiu the
I K W v Wine* I !
inkg voui Crii VINTNERS
0l I l'""l 11i**.
"OrinJrj nectar ijk- the* I'
Who knows >niii Cape Madeira ki
"Who hu ., cellai ol '-!
As an iippeli/ei. v\ I Ii Si ups. Ilm
KW.V. PAARL TAWNY
Will, ( llu, I mil. ( bMM
KW.V WEMMERSH0EK (SAUTFR'ii.
With Oealere, Poultrj end Boup
Mm- Sweetlali with Deateri
Ilftonera to '-
. lay evenii
lal Prhus ol IMI Ln eaah ud i bottle i KM \ Wtaw
>i\ I'ri/cv each ^ bottle i K \v \ Unu
six f>r\am each loeety K.W.V. AlniniBlani Waltor
l.tsi. ti I.. K W.V, Tnnidiiil Kadi., programme Wednee-
daj Klal June, m.iti7.:;n to 1 IS o.m^-namea el I liii
June pro-r.iiiinie COMteal Mflnn n will be i......UaKod
-1 MIAY. JUNE 18. 1H..I.
St John's Parish
CRANJi HOTEL CASHD
Satordly July Bth
Admission 51.DII including supper
ASIATIC CUM CINUMA iM.mb. Only,
TONIGHT IO lll>n\i MfillT al ;
PAILFTTL OODDAKD JOHN LI ND
MCDONALD l Ull
in "BRIDE OF VENGEANCE'
wllh UUIHI DKKKERJOHN SI ITON It A ilnYn BlTtlt
Ulamia with Spectacle and Hero, A
I l..\M,.\ LAST TWO SHOWS TODAY
WARNERS MIRACLE MUSICAL
'ALWAYS IN Ml HEART
Aitli Gloria WARREN Kny FKANIIS Wi.llti '
Borrah MINEVITCH ..n.l hu M.uir
Monday and Tik-.iIiiv. 3.00 S.3IJ pan.
Errol Fl.YNN in BRENT in -
"SILVER RIVER" and "VIII I A\ I LSI API: I OKI M K "
GAIETV (The Gordon) ST. JAMES
SPECIAL MATINEE TODAY 5 I'M.
Path, llellhlr "NICillT BOAT TO III Hl.lv
MEET THE NAVV"
Laal Show TONTTE K.JO
lit Instalment of Serial "n.rTITIINt. M \Mi"
Johnny Mack IIROWN it, "Gl'N TALK"
t MONDAY A TT EMIIAY 8.30 p.n7
Ind Innalmcnt uf Sana! "THE CLUTCHING. HAND"
"Sl'SPENSE"' with Bellla and ll.niv S.illiv;.!.
mn ai. *,,,.,
Last 2 Shows To-day
5 and 810
Republic Pictures' Prc*cit>,
\M.I I IN I Ml 1
MUn HI. Adelo
Mondiiv and Tue*dav
430 ai d "SO
Repettk Wh. ;
mi nan woman-
rift Alan LAYNE- Lin.. .
STEHIJNO Gfw g'
_.. itaar. *jaV
M-G-M. THE TOPS
DOES IT AGAIN!
E..bn> Iwtrd "T.Vc
M Out To Thr Ball
Cam*." "In TV C-l < H.f
Of Bro.J-.v" .nd "O*
TV Tun.- ft
IfJH I',.- -II in hrr \..i:,-<
I kr.1 .1, I .1 ..,
fan, rwniBDrr i
ARRIVING FROM CANADA yesterday by T C
:> 'i i , Carter, Mr. Mr* Unfold W, Clarke. Mr
VrKirl; Mr* Paltenen h behind Mn Teelsel
Hubert Grace. Mr
lME?-JWfl... i NH SOTHERN
AURY SULUVAi, Ck..;N MIRANDA LOUIS CALHERN SCOTTY BECKETT
LOCAL TALENT AUDITION THIS MORNING 9 30 AM.
A special prize of $10 00 will be awarded to the person who given the beat
rendition of "My Foolish Heart" on the local talent night, Friday 23rd.
HIS EXCELLENCY the Go\ -
i .mil Mis Savage ac-
companied by Cept. W. Lambert.
atti ndfd !hc Finals or thr K o
Football .ompetition al Kenslni:-
[on Oval ve*terda.v afternoon
Leaving This Afternoon
MISS JEANETTE GODDARI)
daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Cecil Ooddard of "Kennington"
George St., Belleville, in due 1o
leave for Trinidad thti. afternoon
by B W.I A. She expects to bo
in Trinidad for one month and
'ill then be leaving for England
dth Mr and Mrs. Conor O'Con-
or, who are going on long leave
Jeanette's mother and Mr-.
O'Connor are sisters.
as Ooddard also hopes lo
visit Ireland and Europe and will
be away for about three months
Accompanying her lo Trinidad is
her cousin Mr Erie Maingot.
who has been here on a *hnrt
Flying Fith and Rum
MR AUBREY BAYLEY who
nrrived from Montreal about
Uii weeks ago to spend a holiday
with his brother, told Carib, short-
ly before he left yesterday by
TC.A. returning to Canada, that
he had had so many invitalions
' he arrived that he was very
in at home. Everyone had
VPry kind and hospitable
and given him a wonderful holi-
He wM returning to Canada
ith some Flying Fish and a
bollle of Barbados Rum to have
'B..J.H1" party with the Barba-
dians In Montreal as soon as he
Team Now Complete
THE remaining member of. the
Malvern Football Team John
Blackmail nrrived frum Trinidad
. estcrday morning by B.W.I.A
He was accompanied bv the
Treasurer of the Malvern Club.
Mr George John.
Staying With Her Children
MRS EVELYN LEWIS of Bal-
ing' Orove. Christ Church,
eft yesterday morning by TC.A.
i. spend n couple of months in
Tanada. She will be slaying with
ler son in Toronto and1 will then
be going over to Ottawa to stay
i short time with her daughter.
Home For The Holidays
Vfli; ROBERT GRACE
Saw Their Son
. and Mis. Harold W. Clatfe
the passengers arrlv- lTiwhohavcbeeninC.it
ing from Canada yesterday morn- thi ,m.-i u\. .....,,
ins. by T.C.A He l> In ir l..i ......U. PJ ft I Mtrday morning. WluU
three months' holiday, after which IfttTt, li.e.s n HM
M Will btt returning lo school at
1-ivol.i College. Mrmtie.il
Rulxrt Is the Mn
Mrs W. A Grace, who were
BaawaU lo natl him. isong
the rest of the family.
Attended Courae In
EVERY yaai Raglonal Ubrarj
glvt* . course in library
in Trinidad. Miss Betty
OrilTlth from Biirlwidos attended *!t
?r- iTi ,
course, and i
noon she returned home by
B.W.I-A. after live weeks In Trim-
Miss Barnett who also attended
the course is due to return today.
One of the lecturers. Mr It A.
Flood who is with the British
Council in England, went lo Trini-
dad two months ago especially for
this course. He also
terday and will be in Barbad-
until tomorrow when he leave- |oi
'iieuada He then return.-, to g|lived froi
Trinidad and will leave from there for a week'j
this week for England
After 2 and-a-half Years
MRS. EVELYN DAY who came
to Barbados for six months'
holiday and remained for two and
a half years left yesterday for
Toronto by T.C-A.
Mrs. Day is originally from
Toronto, and will be away
about six months before, as she!
puts it, returning "home" to Bar-
She was a guel at the Qagtinfl
Returning in Late July
MR COLIN WARD n,,d Mr.
Charles Ward who Ictl for
Bermuda yesterday by T.C.A..
will then ny I'A A from there
via Nc* York and Montreal to
They expect to return In late
'ho la .studying Eio .
..: McGlU unit
I m ClarKs and Tucstn
After Short Visit
Dd Mrs. Thomas Id .
Rowans" St i
returned Pram tr,<.. borl
Trinidad bj nw i a
Peti i iti
returiunl from their ,.
Returned from Jamaica
fR. BOB GREEN, ol Intern
rip lo Canad
niornlng by t.c.a.
I Ol ilia luue they upcn; |
Montreal and they also I
visit lo Ottawa. On lliei
they passed through tha
A "Sweet" Business!
CHARLES BIRNN was
norning to meet her husband who
C .r ida by T.C.A.
holiday in H |
UTS, Blrnn has been hen
month already and will I.
ng with him at the end of the
Mr. Birnn. who ha I i
tyears, has recently been "crown-
ed" the Dean of Handicim
Makers of the USA
'. Second Year B.Sc.
MR DOUGLAS CARTER son
of Mr and Mrs W H
Carter of "Everton" St I
returned home nab i
by T C.A., for th,.
He expects to be hei.'
for about thrfjg
Douglas has Just completed nil
second yar B.Sc. His ultlmati
aim is to become a dentist.
With T.C.A. in Montreal
MR and Mrs. Donal-
tardaj by T.C.A to ^pmd one
CLOSING for BREAKFAST HOUR
BY THE WAY
. .it i-1
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From Monduy, 19th June, our Office and Deporl-
menta will be closed to business from 11 a.m. to 12
Our working hours will therefore be :
Mondays to Fridays \ 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
,1- noon to 4 p.m.
Saturdays K a.m. to 12 noon
This general closedown for the breakfast hour has
been decided on in the interests of our customers In
order to avoid inconvenience and delays. Our cus-
tomers are accordingly asked to co-operate by arrang-
ing their shopping in accordance with the above
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RFI) ( 1 l\K KIIINCLFS
EVERY instrument in the
oirhestra was hard at it,
until the rlrit violin whispered to
eeond violin Then both
threw down their violins Other:
did the same
The whisper spread. The bra**
slopped playing. The wind
chucked it. All that welter of
sound shrank to a few hall-
hearted mewings. unUl silence
fell. ;iml the player* left the hall
The latonlshad audience had no
I knowing thai it had
suddenly iieen discovered that
cymbala was a non-union man.
Sliwr Than Sountl
D OAST INC. that he had a<
13 eratad to three m p h. In
I 200 yards, the Man In the Flam-
boyanl Car "ran down to
1 Brighton" yrsletilay. The Psriaa-
I trlan came out of his garden and
recognised him In the village
street He was Immobilised as
usual 'How you do dash about!"
said the Pedestrian, and went on
down the village street to the
post ofnee. There he sent a tele-
gram and made two telephone
calls. When he returned up Ihe
street, the traveller was still
atuck In the jam. "Jam yesterday,
jam tomorow and jam lodav',
said the Pedestrian ehcerfullv.
Half an hour later he saw from
his window the car edging for-
ward an Inch at a lime. "They're
off!" he shouted Then the traffic
settled again into a solid block
Through ihe open window the
Pedestrian cried gaily "Specd-
THE ouoting of ihe famous line
iVOV ClIVIS HOM1NI COS-
TINUUT ADIRE CORISTIWM
as evidence of Ihe beauty of
Corinth is a courteous avoidance
of Ihe truth. The line wu
tribute -lot to Corinth but U> the
liltle baggage l.ais, whose repul-
sive Sicilian morals were Uie talk
of Greece. Men buz/ed round
her, and even Demos! henes. who
should have bad more sense.
Journeyed to Corinth |o
but I am happy to say. sent her
packing when she started her
nonsense They say that Diogen?>t
the cynic, m spite of his dlrtv
ptd hai and hayed broaches, won
her love for while The bigger
*iVlllS Um of \ on us h
A NOVELIST who is reported
- to have complained of
Mitei- .amp" deserves tym-
path) i pessuma he ws
rum to those dreadful
weekends in 12th OSntl
tages, where the mnflow eamps
.....rden "ssvesuter, even -
one' Then a hike The/ I1..1 I 1
Kolni; lo read tis two chapters of
her tm l>ok "
/rodnitfe: 1 suggest "camp"
may have been a misprint fm
AfMatfi Rot. They all use type-
man buck 1 b r*-ra um
TAN & BLACK I Bar
IliNlinrtivo" Brnnd 3"s8" S2.57
Um TAN & UIIITK SANDALS
Crcpo Snlo ',
lone Sinn- More
SUNDAY. Jl'Nl) IX. lUll
SI A DAY ADVOCATE
FACi: i iii.i i:
Cricket Club Opened Accepted Scholarship
MR KEITH I M, SMITH. MA,
Acting Headmaster Ol the
i* t K l ends of members u( ihc Grenada Boys' School hat ac-
Leeward Cnckei Club turned out cepted a scholarship at Exeter
*-< the opening of the College. England.
Club's grounds and pavilion at A kern cricketer and one ath-
Fostert. St. Lucy. yester.'a> leto. he is a brother of Mr. John
Sir Allan Collvmore clipped Smith, headmaster of the Parry
the ribbons to betm the function School. Mr Clyde Smith ..( taM
Anvontr the lathering was the Highway* Department and Mr
Mr Tim Tarilton. West Timothy Smith. Druggist.
Indie* batman and a member of Mr th waa educated at the
the old Leeward ("<' Parry Sciiool, Harrison Collet'1
Other members of the old club *hci* " ";oi> n lUnd Scholar-
and cricket tarn present were: ""*' nd todrtatW College.
J "w Bocr^J^''Cr0''cM*.Th. "ti. THE weaicment ha: i>een an-
Mr n oiiirsm. Mr L_o Hoaa. A nounced of Miss Phyllis
Henry, nn Antiguan. to Mr. Wald-
Wond. air KM* Rev
Alarynr, M' D H Allwn*. Mr J I
i SlmiTiana, Rn1
Hv K A R Hind*.
Mr A A H*nt-. Mr J M ir-r.
Mi E K TlMTaMB. Mr C "niomlon
Mr O GUI Mr C H f> Jfirtai,
Mr C B Hrsokaa. Mr I. K H.u'lu.i-
i\ Mr W r. Hojt, Mr E D
l.iiuaa, Mr H 0*C. Umn* Mr T
I M 1 II CSS Mr K l-*.k-
ner Laattl of tion. Illinois,
.-oniirt,. graduate of Chicago University
Hwaion. Phylhs. an old girl, and teacher,
of the Antigua Girls' High SchrM
li now a student at North Weat-
eni University and hopes to
graduate in the spring of 1051
with a B A. degree majorm* la
KaUmMi. music. She is the third daughter
M c*op.r. 0f Mr. B. t Henry. Acting Fed-
eral Treasurer in Antigua and
Married at Sharon
AT^HE wedding took place re-
RE fish Interested In cricket? cently at Sharon Morn-
Draw your own conclusions vlan Church between Mr Wilfrc-,
Jordan. Mr Coll in
A Oill Mr B V CUtkr" H!m.
ChrTr.nl Jkinnrr Mr P A Da*
Clam*. Mr A Roach
LRE fish interested In cricket
Draw your own
from the following little story. Audley Deane. clerk. Colonial
A fisherman at Brighton, on the Secretary's Office and son of Ml.
South coast of England last Eldon Deane .,f Spooner's Hill
week landed an eight foot and Mlsa Mlllicent lone Small,
tarpon. Normally this flsh Is daughter of Mrs. Milllrem Small
only to be found in the warm of Twoedsidc Road,
waters of the Gulf of Mexico The bride who m given In
and llie Caribbean. Could It have marriage by Mr. J. H Sharpe,
followed the West Indies team* presented a charming appear-
No one can answer that ques- ance in a dress of georgette
lion but it is understood that trimmed with bronze lace and a
the last time a tarpon was caught headdress of silver beads and
oft the English coast was eight pink buds, the gift of her broth-
years ago. and had it not been er. Mr. Oliver C Small of the
for the war It would have co- U.S.A. Her bouquet was of pink
incided with Ihe visit of another radiant roses.
West Indian cricket team
r _r l_
- L. T l_ ^^
. -1 1 1 1
I*. A.tc.tmmr lae ioi ri-a\ie wno
it. w.r hnr>e i8i
16. SJCli b sbouid to novei. i n
Id. found *i tbe iios.it of AbDr
ll. Hi. m.-*. WbOUl him o[ couimi
JO. h Joss an laBfi bi imm. isi
It. \'< o'iB> M - rule IM
m Er.rt. i*i
25. Italkaa Mtw or oroc'l
brill- D*I. 14)
K. QuiH b pranw fee Kinr aural i
87. To r;a Un,< i : n *- Ullf. 141
IB-lit" -C. rBl
mm i t -. i
t. 0i BI BUI to att
I. "Xh* bea*t "f nwii isir? tor
She waa attended h;
bridesmaids the Misses Pearl
Siimll and Jean Best. They both
wore cream sheer and curried
bouquets of red carnations.
The ceremony was perfi
by Rev. D. C. Moore, Minister ol
Sharon assisted by Rev. Fran*
Lawrence of the Spelghtstinvn
Methodist Church. Miss Marjori
Moore presided at the organ. Th<
duties of bestman were perform
ed by the bridegroom's brother
Mr. Allan Deane.
A reception was held at the
residence of the bridegroom's
father Spooner's Hill. St. Micii-
ael, after which the couple lafl
for the Atlantis to spend the
Antif MM Pan Exuni
MR. FRANK WILLOCK. son of
Mr. B W. Willock. retired
Secretary of Messrs Bennett.
Bryson at Co., Ltd.. in Antigua,
has paased his B.Sc.. Agriculture
at the Ontario Agricultural Col-
lege. Frank was recently married
to Miss Francis Downham of
Strathroy, Ontario, who holds s
degree in Public Health Nursing
Frank Is now working In Canada
but ft Is hoped that at some time
he will return to work in the
West Indies. Previously ht
attached to the Agricultural De-
partment in Antigua.
After Six Weeks
MRS J J TEETZEL returned
from Canada yesterda.
T.C.A. alter spending si\ weeks'
holiday in Toronto
Ml MH ''-'" I-' U -
ipr r*e earr'mi
SiBtf mar* csr.'.-n T '>
>und* live an order to Band
M'sil to Covantrr Hi
13. A" f* rt
IB- Tvpii M .-in.' *li'" enera Iibi
now ^cl'|~" ov"*"(d ? i4i
Beoi win Ban
4aarc!filing I *"
Moat keen gartTTTTl
i ill of bright annuals
No matter what rsCUMatudni wa
have suffered the year before by
seeds failing, lack of help. tU
etc when November conic*
around again, lha trials and vaga-
rlaa of aeedlinga are forgotten,
and we only see on haaaaaaaassM)
the gay (lowers we hope for. The
fever gets us. and off we go on
the Annual' trail again.
Yet. for the older gon!<
year that parses makes tl
ing of annuals more diltlcult. It's
harder to stoop, the sun seems
hotter than in former years, gai -
li-m'is moie iiiadequati
begin to think mournfully of 'giv-
ing up the narden' and 'Itttang
But It should be remembered
that a garden of annuals is by
no means the only type of garden
that is attractive, and that when
the burden of a BBftftai
to outweigh ita phmsure, it is
time, not io give up. but to make
A garden of DOwarini vtnai
"mail flowering trees and shrubs
with well kept turf can be very
lovely, with a more permanent
beauty tlian that of annuals, and
is far more suited to middle-ago
The change oki
gradual, a levelling of a I
and there, the planting of a tree
But If a change such .
considered, there is no at Hal
tmn' than ilu* picsiin For doing it.
Beds levelled at tins tin ol UM
year quick I > it covered *
grass, and vines, shrubs and t
planted now. with mouths of
heavy rains ahead, get oft* to
A garden such a* Ink
background of lovely vir.ri |nd
tree*, aama wall placad
i flowering ahruba, on >, ntrrti h ol
turf, a Bird-bath, u qtxHrt Llly-
pool. once urrangen. is then- I I
years and can U' k.pi up arltl
very little labour
FLOWERING IKEr.STh. i. U
a wide range in the choice ol
flowering trees that do well in
!'. .r : M. nf U:<
are of moderate sire, and well
Ultad for planting In n garden.
Here is a list of a (
ers pinky mauve in doM
packed sprays. Untidy, drop-
ping leaves, flowers and Had
pods. Propagated b> M
Frangipani (April-June). -
Well known. Grown from cut-
Napoleons CocKcd Hot (May-
July.)SmaU tree. Flow.is
pale pink, very pretty. Easily
grown from seed.
Cagaia Fistula (April-June),
Medium tree, graceful hanging
clusters of yellow nowei I
propagatid by seed.
. Javamca (Uay-Juna]
Medium tree rlowi
along stem like Apple-blossom
Very lovely, Propagated by
1/ tho Cinema
CHICAGO, to tn- ryofthtty nineties music
lea, wax-worki ^nd skIp sh-tws serves as
the backdrop of "WABASII AVENUE' now inowiiw al
rh.-.tirtv Slarrin. Betty Orable. Victor Mature
Harria, the picUw Was obviously iwu purposes
only m tha lamoua tirable leys on every possible
occasion and, by introducing a fair number of catchy tunes.
to have that young lady warble away in her own husky
iii by Reginald Gardiner as
nlent^- i.i ne'er-do-well bar-fly and
! .ti,i.mi.u-.ily J ne Barton a* an entcrlaiiUiig
amonasst U..' finest tu be seen, mk
WABASII AVENUE' U gllt-
' ;ing. gaudy, plushy and the
* jies and eostumea are catchy
keufful Among the old-
ii ecajl arc Shimmy Like My
K tH .vhuli Miss li ruble
doW more than justice. Honaj -
and Walking along With
and aa a chanteuse. nhe has more
than a fair gtann
ty or more Bfl
nf thing, one lonaa Ioi
onwtluni Utttc les
the downright homely!
right wlttl lii.ly-the latter two sung
Phil Harris, her cur- tractive dance i on tinea Two of
\ III thanewaWi "Baby. Won't You
. !-.iinky-tonk Say You Low Me" fend
habitue arrtvee OR the scene From Tempt You With A Big Bed llo^j
th<- fjaale" are tuneful and gay and
the two man over definitely of the period Mb*
. through the efforts uf Arable's costumes completely ill
I Braatlwa) Star tha eye and though the story i>
In I Hai ball etton nackneyed. if you are a llrable
m you'll pnoabtr like the flini
one is happy ever after. Also on Ihe program, is a
Ilka MABCH ok time, showing the
rung li decidedly progTeel which has been made in
i : bul thai
l i from the fa.'. that she mi ktlOB Forrr*. with partlrular
puts the parl over well The re- reference to the ptrtwtal Bdmln-
.'i the case Her ol Qeneral MacArthur
husky, smoky type of Mnglng is it ,. Interesting and well done
aiown in the numbers she At the AqunlSi- Club "BHIDE
r* IM log OP YFNCF.ANCF." is playing with
i\c Vicloi I', ait:.- cioi.iard. John Lund and
- nc both HacDonald Carey lathe |
adenuatc and KNl MpDOTt *)n I'age IS
|1, Thu ;.'! n-.iagrBUi
83. Atlrnda't* her* U uatiany in-
nucui-e>l ttj tli* Uocloi a advice.
i -. n*iii..nt. i" mi. -\
aS. dfm., aj. baBiassjan. al. I
mF&j S i
I IS Nomad. So. 1
CKVl'TtHJlOTKHere's how to wont It:
A X Y U I. B A A X ft
U I. O N O t V. L I. O W '
On* letter simply stands for another. In this example A la uia'd
for the three L'a. X for the two O's. etc Btttgls letters, apOB-
trophies, the length and formation of the wonls are all hlntst
Each day the code letters are different.
A Cryptogram Quotation
MNTUPAUM MVAAS SKR UUXR
MAZO TM. KENR OUAHLU|HZO KEIAM
II S 3 A. Z O TM VKHSANR.
Oyptoquote: KINDNESS IS NOT TO BE RE-
'/III M !..'-ni)t Anhnia tnaki. vouga*r (.<-
blcMfa . 1 phaTonc ublcl dipprd in ihc
Hum to rasr fi^^t
the simin in li- kk
J.I _:< A
mouth ^4^L-'. the rain qiikklv Jcfli.in
i iba in aw ea the iyitcm which
ICI the biggest danger ini Ailhma'
I j i .il healing agents
i.,.- branched tubes, thus piumoung easy,
it' I hr l'pliJ7onetresuncnt issoaunplenothing
inhw No mait.-r h.n* iwtfthp ihe aitack comes.
I' A-!, '.Mih hphaiune. Also
of Bronchitis and Braodatil GHgnk,
FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
|l j J I HHE1
sesssasgajiaiMBiaj *tw e \
Specially designed for Barbados, this
Black Patent Oxford is now on show in
leading stores. See them for yourself.
fed cool and refreshedwith
nd arsg can depend on it. for
', I tfVKntfdi of
i ..llc, wall, ceiUng and exhaust nwxIeU
I - tit designs.
ago I began to
In my arms and shoulders. Than
KBins started in the small of my
ark. irirre**inu uniil th*y were
renllv savere I bought a bottla
i-t Krusoben and waa nuiprlm-1 to
flud that 1 gut a U" -..- relief I
houtht anotnnr nr\ tn>fnr it waa
nnishi-d all my ptns had gona
iul from that day bava not
fefaearad again. Uy naln* wira
obstinate and tna relief really
surprised me "T.R
Rhaumatic pains and backache
are usually tha raaiilt of polsooa
in tha bloodpoisons which lasv
bowels and tired kidaeya are
fallioir to eipal. For thos*
complaint* there ! no Bnar
treatment than Krun hen Salta,
whloh cleaoaaa all t Internal
"igansv stimulatss them (o nor*
mal healthy action and thoa
raatorsa fraabaaflsi and vtgoar.
*All Chamlsta and Stores tall
' Safer for charm
' Safer for skin
' Safer for clothes
*- . m a s l *
les-Cnj cur.1,.1 twhouuie enir) * TTfiHTfet. Wnahirt
LOCAL AGE NTS i ALICHUbSEll to.BARUAUU
THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. LTD.
THl CtNCRM EUCTHIC CO LTD., Ot LNClAtlD
MADE IN CANADA
ARE BACK AGAIN
We are pleased lo announce that the
leading stores in Bridgetown have just
received a substantial supply of "TEX
MADE" Cotton Prints. Once again you
can obtain these originally styled prints,
colourful and of high quality so as to
suit your every demand.
Watch for their first appearance in your
SONDA1 H vi is. MM
What do you know
DO YOU KNOW ihji eno
is a cooling and refreshing drink.
j gentle laxative and I pcrfca
corrective for stomach and liver
00 YOU KNOW
there are no harsh
purgatives in ENO ?
Nothing harmful or
nasty taste! Never
be without ENO!
Sold in bottles for lasting fmhneat
Enos Fruit Salt
TH. a*' U I a**- **** St* ' II .fltVtW H Mrli.
Play safe! Brylcrccm your hair. Dandruff on your collar,
loose hair on your combthese arc danger ftjgntll thai
point the need for BrykrccnVs double benefit:
|t) Day-long imartneii. \i) Laitlrvg hair health.
Massage with Brylcrccm stimulates the scalp, /
encourage ruiiur;,. hail p.:owth, ,^^^^L
wards off Dandruff. In pure ME
emulsified oils put life i-ito Dry ^>^.t"'y
Hair and impart a splendid (
gloss. Don't take any chances, L i*
Brylcrccm your hair rrn : \J j^ir '
men do I
mall u occupying the aporti
'ii. of to goals to on* by Spartan at
... ,-. .,!. hi.< U a Park M
i..is season's Knock-out competition.
having airciuy annexed tin- UAtA ft
mpaomiup this season haw repeated Ihail (cat of
in ,i.. won both of these trophies.
No wun their way into the unaU with a smart victory
. .... I arlUo on Friday did not reproduce Ui..t
'.iu>i characterised their play on Friday.
mad to have been overawed by the occaaion and
t i npeoss ajawl fcaaidiaj of Itecce and the sound gam
.I itt full-back prevented Spartan from winning by an
even uuTfjac margin.
U.....t BUM nand Spartan, big match players, turned in one ol
i..nuance* of the season, they combined wen ana
HIS HfcSI (.AMI.
KhM'ili a/ALCOTT at nuudle forward played his bent fan i
in- lias a very powerful kick in cither (oil .dtnough
i.i- ia .n, i.i,iii not to work for the ball, but Una uJUtiioui. iu* star
uai ascendancy and four of hu team's goala came Iron
oool i tus included a penally kick which he placed
,.iu> Mil .i the teach of Keece.
JOABMB who haa not been playing Uu.-. *
wool, atruoK tare form yesterday afternoon and played a reaiiy *ooo
gameel mwcie i.giu. ...iiMaiKiing ootli
UH awacai and defence.
I am sure mat o> VUUU ol bu p< .
given tnr aalmllMl an additional headache u. their task ol i-nooewu
im Uie nrst colony game.
i.uiii.i WINS CHAMFlONSHir
HATS i.IT lo Lodge School who Oevc earned oil Uus IMM
DIVtflM iriainploiisliip. Two win* this week, on,-
and tha oUMT al uio expense of Everton clinched the clijii.piuiishii.
the ^huolboys. .
II is til lo llieir ClUllt Ulal l^oUge School, who have been couched
Of Mr Wilkea lor these past two seasons have been able lo win this
season without his having appeared lor them in their games.
I am looking iorward lo hour a lot more ol Uiem nexi season
Ms) UM) era promoted lo the Second Division. .....
sirccil., oho UK >.......- '" luriMd out i
played an extremely useful game at that posilion.
The ...asumluig player In the Iront line was P. reran >
. arned .. place in Ihe Colony's ColU XI against lac louring Malvern
ream ol Ti.nldad on Monday. .. .
i-.rium ware, runners-up end mushed only iwo poini. behind
e Thee inutbl have eompUealed Uie position ioiisideruol> .1
Otey had not dropped what was considered lo be an easy game lu
MAI.V1KS IIBAM ABBIVB8
ihe Malvern learn ol Truudad will undoubledly con-
Spartan WinsK.O. ~n
Overruns Everlon 6-1
letMtad Kvcrt'iii iu tilt tuna oi
ball match at Kensington >
i'..rk T^.im tha thampions of tn
Compatition foe the second year in succession Four el
the goala Mr scored by their oafiUv^orward, K< ITS
Th game started
ilefending the Pavlli
were soon on the often
Spartan's goalkeeper Hmrrl
railed upon to save twice In ojHlrfe
The Spartan forwards then go:
going and started towards their
opponents' goal. They wen ",*il
ouUide the goal area when W;:l-
sent In a "groundet that
* a) the OarriNn ^al IOnlkceper C lime unrl
Sevannatl Constable ter#d ^ lvtt cornei- of !
"* In leas than rive minutes this l<-.ii'
I gdng rivals, WM increased, the result
'"- piece of work bv John
.,, i -.lien ihe Barbados inside-right Chase on the wing
| wual Ath- and ishmael playing at inslde-
CotUttable Callaaoac, left Johnson and Chase swept
I I cama a clear down the Ii
.; bat ban giving tmlaan -tincthing
about with th> r taa Tmudad afuiH maatini
but 041 the whole some good work has been dyne in the UaM l*><
Laas. Sunday 1 confined myK-lf to irnuxka about tha Tliai
nd r.I.C. Cup, but there are some ui the eontnn
Mgj pa tiould do wull in other races alao.
The B elaaa O'Reilly Memorial, for instance, will navi la IhlW
..llengcrs from Barbadog, Of course the Trimdadians count
Wai Lord as one of theirs because lie is owned there, but his home
is really up here where he spends most of his time 1 UtarafOCl
count hUn Monaofaaji tbna. The old fellow left here last Wednesday
look.!.* mure like three than nine years old and 1 would not be
to hear that he also runs like tin* However he will be
up lajainal aoaaa very warm oppomUon. September Song Wg havi
.. sprinter who can handle opposiUon which includes l'epp
'.ough she was not up to mark. Then there will be Ocean
Pearl and possibly Devon Market while there is no telling what Lad)
Pink will do if sbo la ftl.
But perhaps War Lord's wannest rivals will be the two imported
fillies from Barbados Landmark and Rebate. Local enthusiast.-, have
i tithes bo given a trial gallop up here befor-
part so that we could see before hand which to lay our mone>
on. But this has been jocularly aungested and likewise received
ii.es .lie obviously two very fast lillics Landmark
.irivi iiiiit.1.* ii ^ luv varYavtaaN
ii* i" T JSS"! especially haa com. on tremendo
Ln'_0SH*^!R:I hSTio. ol ly at-cd which
,he JKM5 iSk 'ionJ ^nlrcd7Z'I "'" ""-'7=P^" wiuch"^. SLSTbTtolS-iSS' -Sn
id B) .. narro. merUn hrtiliantly into the right eonati "' " Mr ^k 'iv",f J*"^* "SL.1^"* SL2L"* iw^nw
5 Oie i. CJher good |t^C -"--" '~-
at scoring by Spartan during thi! onwards U might be just
showing no startling (lashes or beriout without le-
the ia events were rjultot .jj, biait of |he wnWle
ted The inter- therefore leaving them two goals
'.\. -I'irit was up^
On resumption Everton went
on the attack. Ii was during one
of their sweeps towards their
tipuonentV fco*l that right-winger
Hare wood got possession of tin-
ball and centred well I
dstarmlnad ^P"nt, forward conluTe was in position
I., i, carried off the i(d headed the ball into th.
ace, beating in a |0 mB|ce the score 21. hopi
sfhout the met-t with
. jbove 40 running
n their .-nmpanles
much neivied points
:.xh. Mrs. Warren who immediately after the kick-oil
Mrs Cave took the Spartan again stiVted to press tha
third place Katne and Walcott getting tfa
ball in the goal area sent in
.- ii lovely mover.
Rebate is what one might term a dainty Ally. She also looks
honest to the core and always ready to oblige with what ever ia
asked of her. She docs not show off her speed us much as Landmark
but she strides easily and gives the impression that she might stay
"urmng to Class C we shall be well represented fay such as
tdantlfy. Corfu, Lfaiuu Adama, and bai itabie mate River Sprite.
and Corfu should both do well in the Maiden Stakes, in
which they will have only three rivals. Link Steam is one but
judging from his bolting tactics at Union Pal
h alarm the open track in -
i lake oil
he will '
1 marking the s
Ori> I do n"'> know much but up i
Corfu herself does not please -
Port ot Spain where he will
in tha wrong dlractlcaL one
irac time ona cannot help re-
Of Frozen Water and
ither has revealed any
Til visit i.( '.in Malrwm taam ea inwai * ->.........-; ; -- Idlei of
aSti a 0U1P local foottn Coming as It haa, at tfaa and g ;..
tc season of the B-A-F-A., It should be possible for th- ifrarged \ r.mipany op-
ETSLS comprisui players which Uiev have se.,. .h. bread
, it,,.n during the past season and who have had.considerable ex-
highllglil ol 'be n.-el wa " ih. hall hittihR: the uorlaliJ ""' "npreuion that she has not aceUmati,
* Ed o!n, Into rhc'eoal P I Jt <*. "S*? "i" b>
Ith her looks. She gives
itised well 1 therefore find
process of elimination.
is should ba Identify But about her there is also some uucer-
score -Il tainb Numb ,i-,. to Ik- holding
S, wart nOW '.hue goal .,.'. ,, i..-.- rfumbar two: She 1* bad .it angling and may be in-
up to Everton's one, but the Ever-! (,,(.(.,.,I i,.. tha wide opan spaces as well I do not think sh
Ion team were not yet dishearten- '
Tha i1 ten
. i.it i
,n. KensuigUNi rtteh
, ,., ::ril,e''.r'n.,nd\ns"a''.^"gof Pile" mi the
hem no dinicully in adapting themselves at once
TKAM WITH THE fASTEST UNTUNE
A |4fl II li .
in th. Trinidad Guardian ol Jul> itt, lm-J,
, s to say
,ies ..' Ki-nsingtoTi l .'mum,
high jut' ,
ontllnc i ,
i.i,. veteran of
,. Jamaica football team, who
,.. for the Uiangu-
|r tournamoni In lit*; wKenzic
rtn| to Malvern who had
|u I beat* i
flc narad u. viaa
,.< rnanj fans "Men he spoke of
the speed, pradaloti and etlective-
I -,i 'hue, and
even if the itab I
,;<.t the fastest frontline I have
is |-erhaps an exag-
iins champli i
forwards carm Into the I i
'notball at a time "hen
,11 ovei th pl
H glow ai n.e dafandi -
mz^j Thitlr victory over Jamaica was
,"\nical .if the many triumpl
reason In IMvlsion I f.-lball. and
'their successes came from half-
_lhack- and Inside-men who
"-^**-'-------~* ,, <,ulrk-lo-the ball attacking game
MHi Ms" awaa toa hrst minute.
As aril as ifMft, this taam of youngatei from Wondbrook r^r-
llsfgad.....I of being .i good lirst-class side. BBl'WC-
toriai ovai i ong~llne of opponerua in tha Northern Juiwaui rooukau
1 and later in the BCOttd disiMOli -if the T A r A Id
make them OVar-anxlOUl to run OUt (rom under the stand to play
i.ist-elass fiHitball. ,
Whan in IM7 they were adnStted to big company. tba> fuUUnd
the promise of early training by m.lining the B l> V Cup at the
,1,1.1 ..f ;. right li> iheit inclusion in Hrsl dlvtaldn COOfc-
A mon than iiU.ie-.tini: side-issue ,.f this ClUb'l :luevemeiits
during tli.it son wai that they supplied the Truiidad football team
with an a|l-Malvern forward Una, Tnla quintal who made the turn-
stiles spin on match dayi waji comprlaad of Lawla, Hindi, Blake.
ihtughhn and Lynch Other Malvern players who have worn rnm-
I'.m .out Waldron
WBEKES KKACIIKS HIS THOUSAND
CONGRATULATIONS to Kvcrton W..!..- llarb.nlos and W..-: In-
dia! cricketer who yt acd d 2^9 runs tor the West
Indies against Nottinghamshire. Weekce who has already scored
;uu nut out igainat Cambridaa fa) h>l ""' honour of being the first
West Indian lo core triple centur in first class cricket m >
and also to make the highest lndtvidii.il score, yesterday ccanpMi
)n^ UUMUtand runs for Ihe toui .
In iroortna 179 rum Weekea has again i>citeii tha pnvlou! highest
Individual ion loi Wesl Indian im hi-' elas, nickel 23-1 no! OUt
Slots. 1' Srd
1.-4- Pw Yi.f<)*. Sn L C|U-
3m C*t C^aSaW Ti" S
I. K ** t*V
}ra) Pla> Ulldl 7a-H K1
I p'a. Yaw** D
jerks cd and tried strenuously to rcduo
Grant this lead Time and again the;
in tha brought the ball into 81
goal area but the defence held
' I'll and negatived ev
at sconnE Spart;
hand pressed I
r down the field to bast
t FT. TWS.. R(, .
"* * taam. Soo.i
after a penalty ki.
rd Sparta:. made
kg He went on to
heore the sixth goal Wtthtl
twtotrtes afterw-ards. WTien the
wMattW blew- for the end of the
rns*cr-i Spartan r-ere '::11 deflmteH
Mr. D W Savers was the
The tarwns m
-aarUa: Hams. Gibbon
Medfcrd. Haynes. Gittens. Chase
ar>a Johnson. Walcott.
Evartea: Reecc. Hall. Robinson,
Harwwood, Blades. Murray. Olton.
,v have some dUBeulty on the top
turn. Out what is overwhelmingly In her fat lf"l
UM raca will only be Ifara furlongs. As I see it, this is mede to
order for I ...
racaa ] expect a lot from Far Inn
(torn Trinidad the main opposition
the othe. | to her should come from Mist Maid. Bright Boy and Silver Bullet
L Swlaa c- --I i and Laadlng
In the put but whom wo have DOl
trouble Will W llrtght Bov
hould he not reach there again?
,., it i,,.. he ..inks there In my eati-
But Fanny Adan ihould b abM i" handle Mm In the
i the Ibst race in whl.h they
nd IM rarda, l l"'k for her number
on the tit.
Lady Belle, who was substituted for Sun,one after the latter
. (due, f'air.v Clipper, Raialind.
Mi Baba, William II and Hall Mark to deal with. Some
But I still think her
overlook UM fact that in spite of poor
here last March she is from o family of Inte developers
,, both turned lm old ihe is now much better
.'. [our BDd I look for further Improvement still
Mi In tha I ntng la Oatcaka. He is a peculiar horse
Nothing will plaaaa his ownei m ... u ha tunu om to ba the bargain
.f Uie century, or should WO say half-. VutOTl Vat, while he
.ell. there is I thing which does not altogether
Is It? 1 do not know But it would not sur-
prise me if it mi n iu ba Inb rwjtli ,-
I VIM N- I-
0*f. W! Ba. lit Mt. C
. ia-,. Dm Mn can
am .*!< toM
I VIST S-
i v i \ r >. it
Or. Mil* itMMlK* Ha-U'i l>t v
it Q, Tlrur 4 mln IS4 S an.
i v i Ml He. r
i., .1 wm la H w
Races Will lie
A RUNNING commentary of
at '.ng of the Barb
Club on August 7, 10 and 12 will
le broadcast by Messrs. Cable and
Wireless (West Indies) Ltd. In
> *. conjunction with Radio Dlstrlbu-
Com- t'on Ud using ZNX32 7.547 Kcs.
, limn; to be the horse
cored b> George Hcadley against Nottinghamshire in the West Indies
tour of 1939.
The West Indies total of 525 in a day is another page in West
ticket and indeed a good tonic for the West Indies who will
meet England in the Second Test match of the lour that opens at
I m Saturday June 24.
WATKK POLO SEASON STARTS JUNK 27
'TM1K IBM Water Polo Season which is due to start on Tuesday 27th
1 June is beginning some two months later than usual. This
however may be a good thing as It will fall more oc Leu in line Ai'.h
ii s. .i m Trinidad, which Is expected to start next
month. Bearing In mind, that Barbados hopes to Invite n Trinidad
team hi ra later 'his vaai or early in lesi, both teams should therefore
lie in tip-top condition. The local season will probably last about
four months as this year another team has been added. Police, after
MT! absence from the Water Polo League have re-entered
The other teams are evenly balanced with several newcomers
who already since practising have begun to show sings of becoming
This coming season should be a highlight in the
Water Polo Association's very successful career.
no) N". over h
The s ,,,,i i.... k
UM] have been eu.uall>
mine. Tha tlrst thing that strikes
" plaUon track, and, If wi bad not had it .
tha Bim heavs rain the wi ak before lust, it would hava meant
cither our own small paddocks or the beach One cannot prepare
i ting close by like this. Consequently in the last two
weeks I would describe the sand track as a God-send
The second point is lhat I am impre ad how much better it is
hen then- is water on it tor :n n if you like) than it is when it is
drying out or completely dry. But it seems to me that a depth of six
i more, would be better when it rains than the present
four inches wlmh I am told was put down over the tine stone founda-
tfon, Bui Mtta people the idea that the
horses will uu deepai into it. With this point of view I disagree,
I am i Dion ;S;it in dead-sand there is a certain depth to
which a horse's hoof may penetrate. This may vary according to the
Lypa i t sand, the speed and action of the horse and so on. But there
must be an average maximum depth and providing enough sand is
laid on to prevent a hoof striking the rock bottom it does not matter
whether it is 4, G. 8 or 12 inches deep. All this applies to dry sand.
With wet sand it appears to be a totally different matter. Up to a
int it would appear to me that the more sand there Is the
U Mod v hen ihuiou^lily wat Hence 6 Inches may be better
than 4. H better than S, while 12. on the other hand, may be too much.
a It la supposed to be a wet weather track, let us try more
sand on it and use the turf Hack when Ipe weather Is dry.
Biro i\ Minor
Xew Pro tec th 'e
Keeps Kngines Cleonor New Moblloll has ipecsal
h.iiu'i.1. properties whtcfa prcv^nc caibon dcpoMii from
futming on vital .nine part! bv-ubi,,., talirs. pulun*.
Improves Cor Par!o..nonce Because Nea MoMMI
will keep your rnglne cteanei you'll gel more (e r Mart
fuCer, accli rate um. t.i. p I rn alhss on > | dlil
Prolongs Enojlne's Ufa1 i,-.
cm wear. Voui eataj"'
hauls. *,; ''! ad
. fru ilon.
ivdaj ts- I' n'll' t
i;_jj_u Auiuii >-'-> 1 m
There is no limit to the useful-
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It writes smoothly, efficiently ;
it takes excellent carbon
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cap which allows you to carry it
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FOR Oepr-ess/on, Deb/frty, fndifsastasaw
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SUNDAY. JVM l. IU:.ip
SUNDAY AIIVlH \TT
-SPMXt. SMm SCHMi
Five Shots To
JUNE 18 NO. 124
Take \ou On To The Green The Topic
.luod lurk t
You II ...Ml in* -
uhouah yoa btavalf walk anil
'Mitr. did Jo* g*l Ihl. ld*.~
tob*n van Ml ou plain
Ha naatd in* atmr*a*a ntannir
T it* Jo* wtMl a chain
-i,i i.-.rw ui I..,, r*A
Hh Ihc "Baparalwn Alt
-I laiar wttaai *ei aiudy
You II a** Ha raal I*tt
k'IRST thaivQ the r.
Today, in his third und
final golf llliel fr
professional of S-utli
Herts illustrates and
explains the secrets of a
round in 7tl
i.i'i> individual, but thti one v
odod. I tuac d i
ri in detail ojtongaide the plotun
IS A WHKit loo difficult a club
!<>r thr medium handicap player?
Without expert advice, yes. Bui
with guidanot the v*djM is well
p/Orth Uking up. You will qulckl>
Watch you tm
The five pumrc> on this
page watch my feet. V >''
have taken a lot of trouble WlUl
your grip' then your atiaa
ju-t as important
Today's first tour shot*which
could carry you from tee to green
are taken at the top of UK-
awing. Study them shot by
i)> THE BALL is teeu up in
line with the inside of Uie lclt
DM) Eye right on the ball: left
shoulder under the thin, right
elbow tucked in. Now iwfng
back with the clubhead. hands
nnd hip* all in ne good alt Thr
lert arm should be OWsjJhl
throughout the shot.
m NOW THE *i -'"'
through the green Notice the
ball is dead In the middle between
rhe feet. Hit the ball more on
the down swing, it helps to keep
you plumb on the fairway.
|3> THE approach. FOB THIS.
you need the I. 2, 3 or 4 iron.
Feet are mote iquan '
and the stance closed TfH boll
Is still central. The club is
nhorter so make sure thai your
swing Is also shorter
(4> FOR the ft, fi or ~i IrOBi
DM ball i* fui'her back n>ward*
the ifeilit (MM M""
you are hiltim the t>-ll on tn<*
down swing to i,.'
it reaches the groon Tho laOl
iwn finger* of the left hand are
taking most of the strain
(S| PITTING ityles can !*
IK> VOt HMI lh.it there In a
more sensitive frel with the hick
ory-hafted putlrr than the steel
I indoubtodlA I
most good golfers would li"
hickory putters il ws could ge*
really good hickory tries.
always used my uwn hickoi>
putter until recently. And lafa>
number of players still use one
Bobbv Locke certainly favours it
HOES PLAYING on a heev>
l.. course during the wlntei
upart one'* -nmiinr iimr'.'
inlaaj vu make a poini
boll up i wouln
i-vliable local rule
during the Inter n all clubs.
Otherwise when you are playing
from a bad he you start dippiiiK
and ducking. I)v April or May
these bed habits have taken such
a hold that it needs almost the
.ii'.mcr to eradicate them
Those New liules
HO YOI THINK the new rules
are an Improvrment? Particular!*
Uu rule about an "unplayable
ball." (These rales came into
force on January I this year and
The rule lh.it puts the onus on
an individual to decide whether
no thinks the ball is unplayable
means that it now leaves him only-
one point forfeit I do not like
i t-t-cause it gives so much
.i gn who rely on the
ruk Ixiok to take advantage of
thin opponent A player has only
twig in his liack now to
thout hesitation that he
will foifcii point
Under the old rules when be
knew he would have to forfeit two
points, he used to think twice
n. tort lir decided that a ball was
unplayable I think there is no
that !.: M ml.- en-
DOE8 the inlrilorkhi. (trip gfve
greater ronlrul ml direction?
Not necessarily I HIPPO I
drive s/ith M nuu'h powot bi any-
i ;|i Bui I dot
ani loci oi Fontrol m
i haihii A1X1 ealiin a -
drive whit aas I dmm wran -
lit can ..I,-,, from i*
| I ) You an- ci\
width of area to the
You club U
KMlUng i.; .tlier thr
twill In other words you are
ing througfe bti
Study (lies,- fundajnental*, ani
you wilt stop that hnlooitniK
DO VOI MARK UM hall ..pin
whoa rw putt?
fly, I do slightly >pm the
ball Bui my advice to other*.
10 keep the putt straight
m through foil
The more s.|uurely you hit the
Mill th(. moro liki-ly it is to keep
i r and go inlo lhe no|,,
n the ball seems tu be u
K"od thing in billiards, but not
ILP PAlKiHAM lluds thai
. : .hi :. weight on the right
i-ioi gives additions) force to thr
drive: Have you fuund thU so.
r does the theory differ with
For the drive it is bc*l to IBsy
njck on the right foot, getting
.i behind the ball. It is the same
innciple that you see tn a child
throwing a stonethe thing is to
itieath and In-hind for
the best throw. This theorv
.. rki. best for the longer shot.
."I i< applies to all players,
whether big or small, tall or
is rui'RNAM t: n t <;oi.
ettliiK loo alow for Ihc ordintirt
quite mphotically that
i tournuineui garm
ra rrmn \k, ajasj
I a*a va irl
tn** antBh ahauin^
I i... klta Low Irrl
ire not make .
i niarinvi Bra
i board a batii**s
rr* Hi* B|.......
aaaeare f Ua hM-mdat li
niiv wau-it' !>* laaoM lm
Think dutrianUy lo-da>
U row can llv* wlllil 1
B* aura- anO k**p .*.)
Do U-y and gia** U* !
I'U* "d**! man" to ti wantti
K van ,1.. hri. you'll l**l
Destl Btas >ou an* IM Dull)'
; tou'll l**l Ui* Iron 'l"
in in* paJac*
i .. -i IfeaVi >i>ui Rial dul>
And lhi you'll honoui IIhi Kind
And *n*r ua bail*** -
j II i- ih* nmit b**l Shim
J & R BAKbRlES
and the blpnderi of
J & R RUM
... I"11 and U putt V
Nine the olleiidi nil easli
I K could be doru ittaT
i i l> Mir puiyon wailing behiim lio L.mei liall has a
-uiii uiaw tii.it ffondi lh< icy to i.....*<> mattoi who
the iules and etiquetw- of the i- utiing it It r i bettor ball on Sj
me Wiiiting player* ihould tho grot bt pi i
ss through rather than troopt trtko it more competently and1 i
tn |,,fc firmly
HOI Ml the luii* handled! n.. a*n ,;],., haJJ hj
I the ljrer American On Page IS
III I'll III
iu|itu>*d nun and woman
., ,. .1 M) ..aiina a
li. ..I. An I .Sinn AaaUaaf*.
' -. -nh ..*.....UUb.....
. ..li a'lixl. l hold>
.....ua wiih >uili a*fiilr Urntnaai lhai
rolUM UaMM nav* mtraaaad ilunitc* u>
.i i.ni geaaUs and n n.->ai*i writ*
Busunrs urn, pot, m
I .'.don W I. rna-li.i-l
^ ~ ^e *_
v. h. i \ou feel
to cry out rcn;ci
soothe the afJOB*! lilt ;j
tsU^ue. icinuvc ihc wlhihc
Phensiw neither harms ihc heart
nor upsets the MomjH.ii. Be prc-
parcvl lor sudden pain keep
supply ol" I'brmic handy.
lor quick, tpeatfy relief
from neidiches. rheumatic fains, lumiaco, i
Inerve pains, neuralgia. INFLUENZA. COLDS a CHILLS (
Mkliil Lotion P/l ill
i hnngs | ir,pi<
qff i,i df) dan li
upl.u.v tha ii.ilHi.il oiKhi,li.iu' licking: n.uts .% j dressing ds well
asa hcallh-givingioiton: H conUi-i Pi ,.. Ihj bur*! lulurul
ftMo. A fc nunutc% daily niavagc wnli SOvtkrtn I Otitm im on
Mill bring new hlc. hcallh and Ml.ihly to >ou. Ii.m .,n,t Mill keep it
iK'tfevlly groomed throughout the il.i>. front all
tkmtin, tmNnmm >m,i i*.,-,
LOTION WITH OIL
INTERCOLONIAL FOOTBALL I
VISIT OF AAALVERN F.C. OF TRINIDAD
MONDAY, June IB s COl.TS XI
IMUKSIJAY. JUDO i'l v. SI'AKTAN
ATURDAY, Juno at vs ctiU>NV
MONDAY. June 2o va UOiONY
THUHSOAY. June 20 vs COLONY
AjDMiaSIOH ft, per game (or OoOtfO fhalU-m.i of Kensington
Bland, Public Blond i Ground 8 I
BIABON TICK1T8 II.M aoeh, obtalnabb ..i Advoeou m..
Ui i C r II .in on k O Ltd, ai
BE SURE TO USE
FCMCij. OECORATIVr: WATERPHOOf COATING
ON YOUR HOUSE
. nd moi
ixirt.un. i lemnlaPi h and
U nbUinahlr in
Ttlllli tlOOOl- ** OllTIT IT-1 "' 'l"'
IIom A lerra-it.ttJ
i. BAJ '-TD'
PJ IIKH CO.T, HKHHKItT. LTl>.
H NBAS ADVOCATE
-1 M)AV. JIM 1*. UM
.11 Thr Thralrr:
THE MIDDLE WATCH
If* 1.1-(!-> IIIIHit-
It made me lauRh. Thai is the important th
Barbados Diamatic Ciub'i performance ol The Middle
Watch. The book is screamingly funny and despite the
limitations of a sUk<- whld
Lobby and the Captain's Cabin. Norman Wi
farcrjriot the lauphs thai Ian H.iv ind Stephen Kin Hail
intended should be
did ii. Gaiiiithi but there can ot
no question of her >wing t home
ga Mi. baa) Lynch l
developing and aftei a I?i* n 0f4
&howt will tic capable of more
Otrt) j hunch <>l (MUM P*" F1"" Michelin
c. uld tuln Th.- Midrfl. had little opportunity to win her
WOU-h. * " Parl '"" "ne' *'" *''"
irpose but the indications arc
i >> the
: as a result of tbc effeviive
nuance slw achieved in The
f (be Club
Norm.ml Wood was true to form
Haval Captain, perhaps
:han moat Naval Cap-
tains, but a pukka sailor for ail
Accustomed as we are to the
natural wai ID which he tackles
so many different characters, the
to detail .mil the huH wn
be not nut ef hi. lirl;,ei
*U|i' srltins ard funit-nn
gave the audirme Imm-i
ale confidence in (he ptti
he il mil1
HI |ll.nm hoi> repu-
tations are lirmh clih
Hut then- can be no doubt thai
the choice of play wit the thing.
), the BtisM
.could ItleCI Hugh PophMB, Ann
an : Cool Dot
ill) gtrcof enough to ftj
into a passion and he can make
hi*, voice, which tends to be brit-
Wbat then of the players? An tie. stand up to a terrific bout of
anaiysto of the Cast of the Middle shouting. I shudder to think what
Watch Is rewarding. anyone less active than Popham
... would have made of the Admiral.
One can say right away r that vvnliuut i-opham s valuable por-
*" tr.yal The Middle Watch would
neither Pat Haison. Peter King
nor Gillian Skewcs Cox got any-
thing more out of their parts than
would be expected of Q
tsjurs -Pwo of I hem-the IUm
.... :, ;
jxtl without any sensible effect on
play's action- (iillian Hbiorw
have not been the
Ann Musgrave is American and
charming. It Is very difficult
therefore to Judge how far she
was acting and how far just being
Btural. Hut one thing is certain.
Cox is decorative on-a stage and without her "the play WOUM have
certainly moved and spoke as was hcon a nop Shc w ,hc \itf
to be expected of Lady Hewitt s
daughter but more could have
been made of the part.
Bert Slsnett was fortunate In
the role of a Commander fisi
portrayal required little strain
other thar, the memorising of a
large number of words He suc-
ceeded In keeping the part well
the background and without
nd soul of the party and It Is
hoped that she will be given an
opportunity to prove that shc can
deliver the goods In other than
Margaret Cook and her brollcy
was another pillar of strength It
is a pitv there was so little of
The other four characters are
him the play could not have gone in a clas, by th. n -.1
on* professional could have plaved
He gave the impression of being Marine Ogg better than did
a hard Working member of the Edward Cook. It does not matter
?.. _ So far as Barbados Is concerned
With Pauline iJowding. Michael Cook's Ogg was a howling success
a?3 .!c R*'on "nd TOna Idris Mills as Corporal Ducket:
Mu-heiin talent is clearly evident gave a performance so realistic
Personally I thought that Erie that one is tempted to ask whether
Kaison ruined Ah Fong by over- it is based on actual experience
acting but even at his tender age or on a natural Intuitive under-
h* snows that with training standing of the |) Corporals
he can go a long way past the do behave
rt^* ?? Iwtter than mexliocre in the event he took the
Pauline Dowding did not get as audience with him and they cer-
much out of this comedy as she talnly expect to see him In the
mrtlS MILLS aa (orp-r
lluekelt of "The Mlddlr
Hatch" gasps Id anui'm >l
at BMne of the coins* en out
ale of the Captain's cabin
hard work which Norman Wood
puts into his performances
sometimes forgotten When we
consider that he not only played
Captain Maitland but produced
the play and designed the teenerJ>
It Is easv to understand why the
Barbados Dramatic Chtl
t>rsl performance main*.,
high level of dramatic standards
et by the Bridgetown PI
!)MIH.\L bts them
N nnan wod.
ine Dwodlnj sooted; Peter
ill's nlvki: HAFPBir-
. iCbarlotte coming
been added to lb
CHOICI OF PYJAMAS:
. landing al
i |. Ann Musgrave
I I.. l)<
i iich; Bert Si-nett ana
Norman Wood entertain-
,- U tnat ASH
whom I rate as the
.ctor with the most talent for
character acting that I have se
hOUld hav.e had
mall a port.
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This Week's Guess Star
liupert anil Miranda20
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- l \ki arhath IMOII .'J< , .
b a Ink model uMgyr H>-**.ir :ruoi ;h %k. I'm n_
*rhr. ..-tf. -S#m. It .ham >M." uy. rtw
MK hi*, and land.. Hurry:-.* a MnaoOV I'm maawniet nan
-*f 11 iwoniihed to at* lirj* > Sum v ..... jnd I'r > mm k-
A FERR Y TALE
. m .hl.tl R*
ad i ha) >< i>' wtUmm
m.. iii. h ineaaW
M a boa*
:*o cMadran in pad1
nut, ifld ajhti H
) Mull Ui It a id only hold
i > i
1*t*\\ii i...M,-i trmfdUlBi on
fSfa rdom 9s Happy Ma rriages
A cravat* 14 tha dtuatlon, In
Hollywood Blld *lMWtMI*, ihowl
thai fur avary on* ** U i
com of big stara
living normal, hapi. On m I
Eddie Cantor, the ...
qull i>uinK itif
Living room of lus H<
hotel suite and sat dOWa lot I
ks in .
..t ln> know, from cx-
laudj in principle
Unt doaan*l i.i '
u jutlge "1 don't imv.
I know is this: It turns into
IMMthlnf ;i whole lot better if J
b ng i-iiiniuii
Eddie Cantor'a Qurriaaa lo Mi
hai lasted through 36 hap|>.
years. The love that Uly, i">>r
.is church mm i.. -
waii 3 yeara nao. ha> Bowarad
UltO something *o much Iwttcr
in the interim thai the) are i li-
able tn imagine in axlab i i
OW < '" Mtll.T
Stan in Um anb i
world, when um and hm>p>
In Bollywood G ntor mam-
age i> ,i fthualna Legend. ''
made Id.t and Ihl Ir B*. 8
known as hmi-elf. the King o'
Show Men I'm.-
Ua haw beat i
act for years.
i ri i
doubi il. in made lu
Bui can ba no doubt
that Innumerable happy marriagx
are made on Broadway. In Hully-
wood and on way eotnu to both
meccas in the glUtenng worlj
Despite the lurid headlines thai
rock the country horn time :..
lime and the divmi'- and "mat
riages thl I to ui i
much unaavourablo atti
i ',. malm
nd Vme, mamaaje li .. lona
;erm inveMmenl with I
women in grease paint.
They do not sell it short. Ihese
Mabla men and women be
hin.l Ihe rootllgMl and Ih" Kin.:
Hghbj and, haavan i.h- ma, lhaj
are as big bores about their homes
and cfaJldran as any unsung "*h-
This pure nrti mi* ajandjaj tin aa karfe 11-aa -Jmm
at >> 11. per tan. a aaaady aatd eeonomical way to byy
powdered milk for the family
Dairy Prick- uiade from the higueAt aaaUily Cow*a
Milk and pfoaaaand so tha* ail ana natawai vitanuna
aad creamv flavour of fresh Cow's MilV- are retained.
UOUCCTIO.NS Mix une> tit-aping ubl* poonful of
Diary Pride to every half piat (tt paal) or tap o<
liquid. For extra goodnaas. mix aad leave an refr*g*
erator or ice Mr overnight
To make yum lec Creauu ami Dvs^viU creamy no
dellelouB whisk a few spoonfuls of Dairy Pride Milk
Powder Into your mix tore. W4a D" ls-n n.
\, ftfn in flavour t
The same line nulk. wiiii IU nalutal vitwnlM '
fUvotll of fresh Cow's Milk i> also paiKetl in ll*oa Un
MAFFCO at Me. par :.n This igftgU !-'->
half an irnncriBl pailon ol full rrrim milk and pi
)M families bacnei-
d 'how wno u i
raicr *. rw aVaa "
i < >!.. Breaae.
r n-ui &
w w rr4.
i 'linn c..
y.,h,m. a i. i >
si.,.(.!. s..u a c*. L,
J.*. a. Tatar a (..
,,! .n ihe saata d tctton 1
wa ! -,.r. .,| M
mil > and .lt..i nine da f
i' ^i** aa bu
M 9 has tn.M-i.ru III 11: UM
ina n then ..il': ancv
.. overtakei ii anactij
BJCj Oaj [fOm the lime tli.
1 Wh! (il H
agj 11 (ravelled'
hi hi >i,i '<""i
am 1 * "!*" ?
"l> I I tt "!
'""'I II J
-*' -"O ........
j '41111. mi /a jju*i*tliu a M
%V..ral II nnI
While nUkin| att
-hole. Mi I tad p..I. stopped io
Utn rl -riii- I).
when a cheap sneak bai V I UM
rlaiden in I loaa ; wo aantai c
ua ihraa Bowata, inraa anln da
a fruit and a reptile You aa >
Unit them all anagramaticnll)
For example, anagram shore and
you get one of |ha ami ..K
Now >]>i>'. tha other hidden
l'*0*'l ' !!. 1
.*wii *m 'nuirtat
i*H- idiOdpBaV oi-do.
ii n.wq iaaw
Sotlal .ii.,'. ,: K
Will get f.17.000 pi
Wai Fll/al" i
b xins^ln .inn D
\. |U make a Aln
. >* i BTi .'II Holm-
, poo |
ii. ad) ' Lo
TO YOUR flNOERIIPf.
Your hainls ggf| be nmrc
noaucilHl with magjit \>.4r
< I 11 X ...the polish that
lasts and Lists.
< II1 X ive. IMgUc to
yuur costume . applies
easily . resists peeling
Because CUTEX is so in-
expensive you cjii afford
to keep several shades on
hand ... to harmonize
with your favourite
ITS HERE AGAIN/
ft ,' > Cake:; always taste right-
|Sk i,^ always delicious
* .*M KLIM'Salway.
toe same always nutritious!
M f ELSIE th SORDSN cow
l\( vur Throat lint Firm. Young;
'""'''-- aa arill araveat aigaa afagai
i aea daaLgrkaa, aaaka'aa
IWmh> i. U ., Mt.i I..U.H. . la ummlaie .nJ bmhien
Ua, fhra I ra i I kaaa i" itaaaaa.
Dorolh- ! slm Muliirt . Ui numul. mh! fimch tut
uai.M> aa| /~*
mil INS l.lMlTtl). BrU|M
a m*l- *.
A WARKLINti Jrmk lo rclie-b you a geoU^.
* rlcaive atadfa a> eniuie /-!*- CIimIimh
Andrew" cornl'inr* holh r icic requir uif:,: lo make
ma ddy m ij man t ctrful. i.i promote tound
Tall idnl for B of laaah c L|n the mouth, Kt|l*
ihe M.imach ii nJ tonn up llir 1. Mf 1 inally, Il
frnily ilcai- ihe bowrh MMHtHg M'inrldv lm
|u 1 i.kc one | |"-.(i! -f AnUrc * in a (b.> of
aaMTi -.nd y> i hive irni! chatalr i fi'/> dfink to
Dor I or s test
Palmolive Beauty Plan
-PROVE H WOMEN OUT OF 3
CAN HAVE LOVELIER SKIN
Andrews liver salt
may mean kidney trouble
A function of lh kidnry* i* la rlmunaU1
tuumlul unpn'itirs Itofi. Uu ajatani. If the
kirfnryi [row -.lUfKUh, thFW impr 'IM
in putKuU* licaai acid accmnnUtc and
%rtik. and become a cauae of pain and
auffenng in |oull^ and mnaclco.
The way to uukle ihe toot of ihe t mble
ib to help the kidney*. They aho .Id ba
toned up wi'h De Witt a Pilla the mrdirine
made spec tally (or tins piirpov De Will.
Pdla have > vkhIiiiik. .Leansinit and
antiaepti' artion nn Ihe kidneya that j
bring* them b*'h to perfnm their
natural hinrtion properly
> Witt'a Pilla ate a ery weii-tnad
remedy. They ate void all over the world
and we have many lettera from autfarara
lelltiiy- of rehef gamed, after ye-a-a of
.nff-'in^ after Ukinz De Witt'a Pdla.
They atl on ih- kidney* qm.kly Why
not try them for your trouble/ Co to
yotir (hemiat and nbtam a aupply io-day
Thirty nine doctor* including
leading >kin pr ioliah ha^cnow
tomplctcd 14-d.iy tct uf the
"Pnunolrn Beauty Plao" "" 1.38-1
vvuincn: wuni'*n ui' all ->gc*: %ith
rvcry lype of skin. They repQgJ '
dclinilt; iiulii r.ililr iin|iin^<'lil'tit i'l
the cuinplcxions of 2 uvoun cut of$.
(Supported by signed
UM wajaWfl llaaaaBBjvi
, ubacn'cd were:
Skin lass oily
De Witt's Pills
1- ->:> l't: ''
u 1 auiiaatt MAaaaTtNo co. ltd *i> <
DE WITT'S PILLS
for Kidney and Bladder Troubles j
You, loo, raiu i'X|h hri ihoM- Hkiu iiii|>rov.iiiulHio only 14 <\.iy.
If you MnUl .' ->n.|jli-xi>-i every man adinii" and every woni-n envies >irl the
' Palmolive lir.mi. ||.n, nuw 1 It's an liniplc. Thi* is all you do :
1 Wmi -u< /!,' aaM Pmmmtim So*p.
2 Win*,.- U rM 1 mN latla) bri* afar rifti Jw
aaj lull minute.
Dn> Hi, .,1 14 day*. And you will prove .1. the dot km-.
proved UuU, il -.'"i krrp your aUn > le.iiwrd b>
raaBoUve'i beauiuTyiog olive oil Uthci, you will . .
KEEP THAT SCHOOU,IKL COMPLEXION
.I JDA1 IDVOCATI
SUNDAY JUM i-
Sunday. Jnnr IS. 1ASO
THE establishment of a Wages Board for
mtervc'ii ii.......itei more proptrly the
subjevl ..i ... t. ... aininjf. There
is however no doubt that In ihe field of
shop assistants it is particularly difficult
u <-e trade="" union="" method="" dtm="" to="" the="" num-=""/>
t>c*- of pern ins only t
the faot that there
i:! number >>i employen still sufli-
rlently i tcking In a sense ol metal responsi-
bility u> require governmental intervention
to establish a living minimum wage.
The danger of a minimum wage is that
the same employer who refuses his em-
ployee a lair wage, will regard a minimum
wage as a maximum. Thus there still
remains much that trade unions can do to
secure better conditions ol work for shop
An increase ul wages is not however, the
only goal of trade union work. It is also
the duly of a union to give to their mem-
bers a sense of security and when the
employees of any business have obtained a
fair and reasonable wage the union should
agree that a part of every increase should
be put aside in the shape of a compulsory
saving. The tendency to-day is for too
many to live beyond their income and the
credit obtained increases with an increase
of salary It would be interesting if a com-
mission were to investigate Ihe credit struc-
ture of this island.
Efforts have been made to secure pension
benefits for employees and some lirms have
instituted such BChemM but at present they
continue U) represent too small a minority
of employers, it is schemes such as this
which give to an employee a feeling of hav-
ing an interest in his employment and gives
to him a greater sense of responsibility.
The Held of trade union work is also
limitless. Housing continues in Barbados
to be one of the most pressing concerns.
It might well be that the institution of a
plan of helping members to acquire their
own homes would do much to alleviate the
situation. Houses for the middle class
clerks is also a matter of great anxiety to
them. TV cost of building houses to-day
and the rents which are charged make the
acquisition of a home impossible and the
renting of one takes up a large share of the
It does seern to be true that not only must
the cost of Jiving be stabilised but Indis-
criminate wage increases cannot continue
indefinitely. In England the truth of this
has been recognised and a Labour govern-
ment has callvd for a freeze in wages. The
situation in Barbados is not identical in
that there are still fields of employment in
which a wage that assures a reasonable
standard of life is not yet obtained. But in
those in which such a standard is reached
it is to the interest of the employee that
future advance should be in the nature of
benefits rather than in an increase of
What is needed in Barbados is a greater
sense of social responsibility. The condi-
tion of every branch of the body politic is
a matter of interest and concern to every
other. No employer can afford to be un-
mindful of discontent and disaffection in
his stafT. It cannot be in the interest of
any worker to drive his employer out of
business by making demands that he would
be unable to meet Trade union leadership
requires much. The leaders must educate
the members to an understanding of the
realities of the Barbadian economy. The
employer who treats his employees well
should add his voice and power to ensure
that others do likewise.
The labour situation may not be as un-
happy as it was some years ago but much
still remains to be done. A pre-requlstte
of any goodwill will be a feeling of mutual
trust and an appreciation of the problems
and difficulties of the other man.
\N jnpoi iant mi tat of lectu
\ ural Department of the Unlvti
r Waal Indies n Jui
el '. A Hostel H "t>
meeting. The Lecturer will i>e Mr Erie
J. mas, M A Staff Tutor t<> the Extra Mural
Dapartmattf of 'he University College, who
is conducting a series of project! of this
ki .id through the Caribbean ut
There will be tw > main ad
fi; si will be a series of lectures held at the
Y M.CA. Hostel on June 21. IS and '-'4
ei tilled "The Nature and scopa of Public
Administration" The second activity an
important and. as is anticipated, enjoyable
niovalon in Extra Mural work in this
island, will be a Residential Wet
School, which will be held at Oh'
Colic '< by l.ntd permission of the
pal and the College Board from the evi nlnfj
of Friday June 30 to the afternoon of Juiy
1. In these ideal surroundings the students
w 11 be ib'e to discuss the problcrv
at the lectures in informal talks with Mr.
James in the pleasant grounds of the Col-
lege as well as the Lecture Room The sub-
lerl considered at the Week-End School
will be "Public Personnel Administration."
The fundamentals of organisation, pro- I
cedure and method essential to efficient I
service In all fields, irrespective of level, |
area, function or purpose, constitute the '
elements and science of administration. ,
All men, organisations or Institutions save
those who drift through life without some
sense of direction or systematic planning,
experience the importance and necessity of
administering their affairs.
Like other sciences, administration hai
many branehaa. It is a misconception, for
instance to believe that the principles ol
business] administration and goveinmenl
administration are entirely foreign to each
other, that they do not come from the some
source. Public idAi nlstration i* one branch
of the wide field of administration.
Broadly conceived, public administration
embraces every area of activity under the
jurisdiction of public policy. It is not
merely policy execution; in a very real
sense, it is policy formulation as well.
Whether it be in Barbados, in North or
South America, in Great Britain or in Scan-
dinavia, in fact, in all communities, there
exist the problems of decision-making and
decision execution for the public good. In-
cluded in this definition also, are the pro-
cesses and operations through which the
legislative branch of the government is en-
abled to exercise its law-making powers.
It includes also the functions of the courts,
the administration of justice and the opera-
tion of all civilian and military administra-
tion. Any exhaustive study of the prin-
ciples of public administration would have
to include the above considerations.
By established usage, however, the term
"public administration" has come to signify
primarily, the organisation, personnel.
practices and procedures essential to effec-
tive operations in what is commonly known
as a government department or bureau.
How a staff member is recruited and the
determination of the conditions of his ser-
vice; how u departmental budget is pre-
pared; the formal and informal training of
personnel; the practices of public relations;
public tlnancing and fiscal policy; inter-
governmental relationships; the planning
of public welfare activities, all constitute
problems in public administration.
This course will be an introduction to the
understanding of the above and similar
problems. It will aim to widen the horizon
of public servants in their thinking of prob-
lems of public policy and administrative
behaviour. The opening meetings will
attempt to discuss the nature and scope of
the subject particularly in our modern
democracies, the general structure and
organisation of the administrative set-up
in Barbados and its relationship with other
units of the West Indies and the British
Commonwealth. The later meetings will
deal with problems of personnel, man-
agement, fiscal policy, public relations and
certain forms of administrative action.
1 win-ii yon om.I. ui the Brilisntslmti
( year*) you'll not*** faes*
loudon Cxuieat BsCTtM
Sitting On TIW Fence
II* \;illi;inirl < m l>i*i iin
>i maK<>" sad nor
young min si
that all < i .ti-ii
US dont lallk mw ft, my cfaai
ai dnafc, etthei
r* old ui.d one- little
pis head amf ipMMed age."
rd the age of .". Women were
paid nf ihe age of 60."
What if Ihcy died before that
atie'" Did their heirs inherit It"''
. til thni also rearfted tfu-
When he say
And he I
walk all day.
"Pardon?" I M)
./ the kind.
Wl of U and
big. bad wolf
in me Kubcontctous''
'- > than no wolf Tf,
Maubv. after one I (fit.
ntry lane* he olds my and si gk
Ills looks are buiiiin >t '" Moil,
I say -What?" and "I beg yours" oru its
AH he say* Is "What"" '<'
1 m to like the i i
Bui don't know what inej be; ''''"' ,uh'" h- Eoody.
A ma can't know II all he J irtthJhe^Cycltog Oub
Wh.il'" and Pardon
My grandad s-iys if long ago
When Edfn was :* garden
There'd be no us If i
And Adiim "Bog jouf pardon?"
k chaps said aowt but "Pardon
\nd i I i nwi hut
There'd he no banns, DO weddul
No cradle and do cot,
' i .in Cripps was n smart
"The siriurtesl In history. The
rase of m\, Wietif. afled fiS to-day.
is that not one of hi* ancettort
reached the age of fiO or fa.
/ore, Ihe port u-ar credit of
the original creditor has never
Ihe big bad wolf would been paid durino .10(1 vearj."
U, long noe in Che And he expects the present
an.' hi thr hair- Government to pay it?"
"Not only pay if. but also pay
compound inlereil on the original
sum amounting nou- to aepenil
thouiand millions of pounds."
"Faced wilh'a situation like
this," says the president, "I think
C'rlpps would have issued a new-
order stating thai these credit*
i'ii' not Id be paid until your
client ranches the ate of 100. Case
adjourned for 3f> -
at Dorking; isn't if And that's
II ng Club lie' It's cer-
ir ; drflhnHt to see it tn a snap-
i-t. hai I rn sure it's pretty."
fill I' mi
i im mi
W have ....
UALVANISK C.UTTKKING 18". 24". M M
ALUMINIUM GL'TTKKINIi 21 -W. M
PLASTIC (lor slopping h.ilrs)
WILKINSON & IIAYNKS CO. LTI>.
C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD.
I reckon I'll
And while he's thl '
I'll buy my wrddin dress.
And when I've ltd Im up the aisle
I'll lead htm up the garden:
When we're roUced up 1 I I -
What lor" snd "Beg yi
Beetle Into llutlle
"Slx hundred Colorado
leelles have already invaded
Aldamay and been destroyed."
From |he rieies.
CmmnI luck. l>." ^ul
Colorado beetle to one of hi*
r..iMMI,lino ms as ihe little follmv
"The whole ielatlonhip
seems to DC .1 reflnod form
of (riendshlpj but with do
passion in it." warns a doctor
cohunnlsl In otpii to n
woman asking if she >hould
marry a 40-year-old bachelor
who is "kind and lunccrc. but
shows no sIkii of love."
"YOU'D rather not sit on the
livnn'' Not next to me? Oh,
Yes, 1 m sure the Cyclino Club
r#V, Purple, yreen. and
yellou- u'ould go it-efl urifh a suef
IfOHTt, -\pid iha( was a
asasasy alas veara old
and .1/1 hr own teeth, is that
*iose, too? Well. / am
f though* i( waa a
in.tval nose. In fact. I
mini Ull a iurlral nose
unl.l you blew II !'. a fruntpet.
Th. faef thai yon can blou' your
nkiii thr nne "." ' "ak^ " ""* difference, hacked on his cmipment
ITlC difference be- "Thanh IfOU, father '
you and an ant eater. [ know von won't displace 'he
Oh, must you k" Oh. what a
; Itjr, Just when we were having
such a wonderful, exciting cve-
n ng Qood-bya. Oo come again."
"Ye*, do come again, you pin-
striped near wolf, yon xexleia ant
eaiir. yon bloodless cabbaoe. Then
rn pm antmonle in my bath and
behind my cars and /III my hair
w|ih plua. And mall spend a
vrndcrfii!. KTCttlng ei-enlno look-
iiri; a- pictures of i,our iwo-head-
It U the year 24.10. A
wart of Public Justice In slt-
lliu; to i i.n-i.li i the claim nf a
petitioner Inr posl-wjr credit".
very well, then
lie. I'm sure I don't mind"
No. / don'f mtnd or all. Sll
in ihe armchair irlth the ermine
paper. Or sit on the rug by Ihe
greplaog like oa "Id tomeat u-ith> afte
out ambition. Sit anpirhere out
0| ranoe of the per/time / HStd
pecially for you. I suppose /
ijM-nc fieo hours soakino in a
scenled bath so 7 could smell
myself all the eceniuu.
"You're feating Hreyl tonightt dielati
Oh, what a shame. How about mice:
"Never lose sight of your ob-
jective. ix>i. Press on after the
"That's what made Drake and
Raleigh great That's what made
England great. They were always
after the potatoes.
"I though' if u-ai .Spanish gold,
"It's the same thing. Americans
still call money potatoes. I'm
proud you're in the flr*t wave of
the attack, boy."
"One of the expendable bee'les.
"Don't talk that coward's stuff.
boy. You're a commando beetle
"As 1 understand it," says the I wish I were young enough U<
go with you."
"Do you. fa'her?"
"I was chosen for the first wave
of attack In the campaign of '48
But 1 had a bit of a cold at the
time so they put me on the stntl
You ought to have seen us storm
Who broke the promise?" the new potato fields of Jersey
A fanatical and extremely un- Thourrtnds fell, but the r tn body
popular statesman called Cripps, pressed on regardless. remem-
notorious for hit ruthlemcas ber saying to the general at the
"How was the promise broken?" lime ."
'Criptts, who waM an absolute Rather than hear his father':
far a* national fin- war reminiscences again the litth
concerned, issued an beetle kissed his mother good-by i
Sit somewhere president oMhc court. Mn pronaac
made by Ihe Government
in power at the time that a per-
centage of income tax paid by
petitioner^ aneesor during the
war of 193H-45 was to be repaid
the cessation of hostilities
coektiitl lo wako yourself ua? order thav the credits were not to
Alcohol goes to your head, be paid to "ten until they reach-
,1th his regiment.
OUR READERS SAY:
The Objection Has Not Diet! Away
To the Editor. The Adrocofr
SIR.After you published a feu
weeks ago the letter of "Jackson
No. 2". emphasising and extend-
ing the protest against the plague
of Advertising over the Radio
aeveral of the Company's patron*
wrote you in support of the com-
plaint. Since then, silence in your
column-*. Perhaps they thuik the
objection has died away: I can
assure them it is by no means to,
but a large number of their sub-
scribers are very sore over the
The Management tell us fro.ii
time to time that they like to
hear from their subscribers and
that they welcome criticism and
suggestions. Well, here is a case:
What are they going lo do about
We are thoroughly tired of the
situation We know all about th*
products advertised and we jiiost
strongly object to have them
shouted at us continuously, and.
in a sense, to be forced to pay
for their advertisements. As tu>*
been pointed out also we are not
stirred up to buy what
but rather the opposite. Andjw.
has been pointed out yet further
newspapers are the place for such
Ifl whVre people can
consult tflem at their leisure if
they wish to do so*
Especially do some people con-
demn thr abuse of the Quiet cul-
tural hours of the Sabbath. b>
the intrusion of some work-a-day
affair bawled al you be-fore the
voice of a religious service has
died away. On a recent Sunday
we were told "Music for Sun-
day" was about to be heard, and
in the n>-xl few second I counted
three annoying outcriesthe first
following one of these noisy calyp-
so*I forget the precise Item, the
second about the Sports pro-
gramme for Ihe King's birthday.
and the third the uresome story
about a product.
I understand from one sub-
scriber who protested by phone
that the answer was: "Unless thr
company accepted advertisement
It would have to charge more for
the service" Me replied promptly
that he would be willing to pay
i isanee. and probably manv
; .iscriber* would agreeI cer-
tainly would. For as it stands at
present, with the spate of adver-
tisements and the somewhat
harsh voices and indistinct enun-
ciation of some of the Announcers,
the instrument is very little use
to my family: we have to keep
it shut off much of th* time.
That is another important
matter, as has been mentioned by-
one of your correspondenhithe
need for announcers with musical
voices and polished diction but
I guess they are not found .'
every turn of the rood.
Now unless the Management
will take notice of Ihe widespread
d,ff".u!f*ctlon and glv* u wme
relief I have a suggestion to offer
which ought to suit the situation
and saUsfy all concernedIt Is
that a time, or limes, dallv,
should lie appointed for adver-
tisements they the advertisers
would get what they desire and
pay for, the Company would get
the fees, those subscribers tH
wish to hear the ads -If there are
anywould know when to listen.
and thosea very large number
who do not want them would
know when to keep their speakers
shut off. und so escape Would
that not work well and suit
While I am wnUng may I put
in a word about the schooll-iy
who complai'icd Of list
"Radios lottst right
to the left of him", and hr. \ ...,-
soul, struggling with his lessons
Ills confrere advised
trste". That pounds good, I ut
only a few h.we that n'fi or
power. People ought really n>
think of their neighbours. It n
not nece*sar>. as a rule to turn
on the speaker full blast. Half or
three quarters strength Is quite
sufficient for most houses.
June 16. 1950.
/. r.-ii" rUlaaaaarra
To the Editor. The Ad:
Silt.- In [ncmne Tjx Financ.
Aci for th I ixabia yaar Is about
to I S .li ussed and sell'.--
House al Asseml.lv
The eoiitrihut. |
naplos that U
Ihe i>" m will be
agreed i.pon if .<
It inf. ''.'.
with the- bl
which the present Ad !mpf'<
i-e in the cost of living, natural-
ly with this Increase the taxpay-
er liability was also increased
1 do think, however, that il is
high time that the principle of
differentiation should be intro-
(iu.ni wbarubar earned income
will be charged at a lower rale o*
tax than unearned income, and ..
MoUCUd i ate relief clausp be also
I o i--isl those who depend
solely on income, from Invest-
ments, and pensioners, an age al-
low.in.e clause might be agreed
upon. The marriage .inri chil-
dren's allowances ought definitely
to be iDCfUasjrd
At this point it will be inter-
know the Milliter of
ihle under the various
rates of the graduating scale and
tea is. collected from
LOne other matter t> I
i thh Tin- lump nun bonus
that Is taeetvad
conditional, depending on tho
good will of their cmplc
a voluntary gift, the enn
i:, log .1 title to . Out
tagaj tacorae, are tbaj i ibte to
There are one or two points,
however, which ought to be born.
In mind. The Act does not affect
lump sum gratuities These ara
not pensions or "annual pay-
ments." and therefore cannor be
assessed under it.
C G. G
To 'he Editor. The Adt'ocaic
SIH.Afler reading various ar-
ticles dealing with world prob-
lems of to-day, I really wonder
if we are living up to our *tatu
of being United Nations. Even
here in the West Indies, travel-
ling seems to be such a difficult
problem, and war lime restric-
tions seem ever to be dying out.
We who belong to flags of United
Nations should be in closer unity
and more privileged, we shoul I
welcome Canadians here, and they
Should welcome us: we should be
l till positions in allied
and also be In favour
ie in the
SB are would In-
deed be united, and there should ,
be no disc: imlnaUon, .i
to United Nations and
Dil 4413, Un A 4S87
KM hlMill HTOKfct
IT'S SIMPLY GRAND BECAUSE
IT IS THE FINEST BLEND YOU CAN DRINK TO-DAY.
Ml.liO iMtlllr al
SII1S7/I.H. .VlOITAIW.. I.I It.
ll' harv a
FOH YOtH MN&PECTMN
BATS MY THE Hl-ST MAKhltS
BAU s BY MOST IthMAHI.E MAKERS
I'ltOTEC'TORS. BOOM BOOKS
KEETING AMD BATTI.SG r.EOVFS
KEEPING AND BATTING GIARDS
STUMPS RUBBERS A BAT Oil,
BUCKSKIN A (\NV\S BOOTS
DAK FI.ANNEI. I'ANTS
VYe will be i-L- i to Serve Yo
DA COSTA & Co.. Ltd.
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
irs Tin: ill IM
Gold Braid RUM
. i '/<,/ /of i/mif
I'hf in,,si popular
III U in ll.irl,4ls
SI \ll\v II M I, |.,-,|
i teat ii
can be on the
. ICh frels that .
<*j) about six store cats,
ton cat is
the greatest awmy ol the rat but
thai lie would advise all
M to keep
He pointed mil thai when the
. : .
hait it walks around dared. The
< at comas along in I oats it sad
that in s
piece as I i bi trained
PATIENTS it the SI Mivhael's
Almahouaa will be able tn see
a private d givai lha Mo-
bUe Ciu i i i la night.
Apart from thfc the Mobile < mams
will be giving lour B
country districts during the week
On Tuesda> the Cinema #UI visit
the Checker Mall area of St. Lucy
and gtva ;i show
Dominica Banana Industry
h Growing In Volume
DOMINICA has had jn excellent rainfall tins yea
1 >.ill\ Hurnw the last hi**' Of (our weeks and thf W
i ... n( a C Shlltutgford i Co
i I:, m .ui loM the Ailvtirate yesterday
He taid that lime* aie the
island*! naste prudu
export value id ii. <
.....mini b> ihi \..--
' f.-i about two weeks'
holiday and is sl->
.phiccorrer- Mm C Volney at "Myrtle VW
-in- M; dm aaxnanttd CoUnnor* Bnak
eon III. Excelleiiev the Oov- H said that fen ..... .-mil
_.__ *T "onounihle of a good marker |
PICTl'RE SHOWS a new "Window thl S<
uintei jtoi.d that after the
fol Mtt-paUl Ml and visitors to the Hospital
the General Hospital Four
Victory For Th e Blind
II* A. I. I .i-l-t- o
iV.3:H). men. women and
illeets with fall consistency the
incidence ol hllnduc
1 Hall m avoni.dm- miurronce among
the population Ij.ss i.f sinnt
A Show will be Ktven at King consequent on advancing years
ba rirth Park on Wcdnaa- i......ominatea; t&9H 'i these
day night for the benefit of resi- |ihi> aie al-.ve the age -.(
dents ol Um Hob Trinity and ilxtv-Ava, Their problems, tfiough
Ruby area of St. Philip, acute, are neither so rfii.llen,iing
On Thursday night the Cinema nor M OOmpUcat*
Mil be giving ., bow at Clifton ehlldren born partially or wholh
Hall Plantation yard for residents blind, mi.-.
of the Clifton Hall area of St. John, adults struck .town Hidden!} t>)
Th.' final show fm the week dl blindness in full manhood.
be given at Hedland Plantation Thanks, however, to a prOETet-
yara, St. Oaorna 'or the beneAl of riveb active partnei bl|
those in the Reillund Plantation the State i hicf agent .if financial i.
and legulauvi chine operations involving leaf Wlltthlri uooa
A\ INTEMtTDfG activity of authorities and voluntary iocie- and uninterrupted nuu Betting i rage two
Bxtra-MuraJ Department ",,ff. blindness Is no longei UM t Ions "i1 I lath.- || naturally difttcolt home, but will
berrtei lo cnlevemcni levaral menage It, unassisted. "vcr *'
In apUa of Iti handl- tba Others, using Braille micr<>ni
cup. quite ordinary men and Then the eee- depth and height gauges, calipers
women can with courage wrest ,.. march to and other adaptct instruments set
vlctn> tni victory OX lull. In- mi goes measurements
-'VV'' .....'s Hoard ihe sighted to an accuracy of one-
m"I"> M ''. '"' l''r" A girl newly trained a a precision
IMIRKSTIN*; actlvll} of
I vtia-Muial Depart men t
of the University College will be
held tomorrow. This will be a
Brains Trust a the V M 1 A
The participants will be Mr.
J. W. B. Chenery. Sir Allan Colly-
. ;. (ill him-
Lng ol awk-
AH v ho undei H"
Comi any, employing
numuei 'i bund opeuiors on it*
' P...... Ufl ! .ding and
dulling machlnea, thus ummar-
Their (raining peiiixl was
;:n that of sighted
uoikvtv ami they eould leach
pro Hon Bgures
Within one week After a -.-. ,.. .
month** wotk. their output could w 'J .. '
and would in most cases reach ,,U:U.
120 Dtl oml ot the sighted ....
Their tool breakage and accident
rales tall below those ><< Sighted
These blind Industrial worfcar
M m especially v.*ll lite I t<
Secretarv of State for in- (
>nles on the occasion of
Majesty theKng's Bn:
m t^e tlnvrn-r * the .4err".
n of Slate for the I alonie*
dated Slh June. IMS
On the occasion of ihc cele
ration of the Birthd.i> i | M
Majeatl the King I ask. with
humble duty, that the *in-
en and respectful congratula-
t.uns of all his subjects In
Barbados may be laid before
Kb afljesto together with an
assurance of our steadfast and
. votton lo His Msjsssy'i
Throne and Penum
.ii. ihe Secretarv of Met" l"i
the IWenl^. U> the (iove.aor
dated 14* June. ISM.
Your telegram has been laid
before the King who has askd
hoi his sincere appieclatlon of
their message may be conveyed
to the Government and pvopi-
Barbados is Head
... rear-cad ateluen
...i(l b) John C.oddard. _
captain of Ihe West Indies cricket eilPnt,aj
team into the
He bough) the horse recently rrt.,n .)S
(r.-ni Mr John Umay, after see-
Ins: him at the Iralmna quarters
of Mr Ml.hail Blaekmore
iay give him
:hen he ndurns
then turn him
nm* oi a tun, ii
more. Dr. Bruce Hamilton." Sir dependent ard useful lifi- froi
John Saint, and Mr. H. C Spring- 't-s tomb of lasting dark
er. The general public are invited with Its reward ..f full
I" send questions lo the Resident ment, is an outstanding goal,
Tutor. Mr. Aubrey Douglas-Smith greatly consohdaling erstwhile
at "Sandy Hook', Welches, Christ S00*1- which blind welfare eenncaa
Church. A selection from these ,n Britain have reached during
Will bo open and discussed tomor- lhl,iflsI flfif*?*'
row night. Tn,> isss-ts war. creating un-
Wuesllon Master will be Mr. precedented manpower SCSTcitles,
Aubrey Douglas-Smith. "rsl persuaded British employen
AKKLK.IOtS Service Will be to r;isl '""U' ""'" ''"P-'"""-'1
hold at tho YMP A .1 4 41 prejudices against the engagement
ea bund operatives entered in-
. net i V vment
instrument Inspector surprised her
Heed Worker, who will be the
si*th rajeenorsa ui Qoddard's
. wnarshlp. has won nine races in
England, with 14 seconds snd
unfalteringly a* ,|irfH. lntrds. He Is by Rhodes <" the other (Uatrlcis M th.
rcurscy of one- g^holar out of Berette a mare eilt of the induslrv
tthio, had F.l.tead as hei sue He s.o.l (h.M ,!. t,, |..,k
Iraiisportatkon. II wn- vcin .mil
t the same does not appl>
oranges and grapefruit as the>
have not yet got an assured out*
let for them
Fruit Parkinu Shed
Colonial Development Corpor-
ation are now laying down '.hi
foundation for a fruil parking
sheil. and it is understood that Sg
won as the Roseau V..:'
is completed, they will start 0g
the hydro-electric scheme
i* 1> C have also put. based Mel-
viUe Hall Kslale in the notth 01
ot the island end Castle Bruo i"
the east where the> Intend to pUrrt
Itrus on a large scale.
The banana InduStTj is growttV
mi volume and the* ,.i.
n very great eatenston <>r ttM
nduslry and should be able U
expori sboul .mi.ooo vtenta snlu
loent nithlli lh.' next 15 mulill^
..- conipared with n.000 stems
He raid thai the roads are mat
or less restricted lo one <>< ra
valleys and a treat handtcai
Ihe overall development ol id
banana indu.ti> is il .
leeder roads fRHn no
U.e main roads In order t
Bananas have to ! ml an
Jilppeil ivithln 4H hours as tl i
hat they should be BUI
Mr BhlUlngford said thai pi
id bai however been given t" ln>
i r. ie ihe load i.p Ihe Id. i-.i.
Valley anil tin. w.....
hydro eleehk scheme and th.
banana growers in thai Vtlley. but
apart from find nothing has beei
iioik to ihe feeder roads which ur
nothing but loptnotaotn en
Mr H. Grant.
Tilt HCOLT PATROL Leaders ,1^
, .....' i- wig Hold th^r 'i 'S'"'
meeting at 5 o clock tomorrow
evening at the Y.M.C.A. Prior to
this there Will be a Gym Class and
I.awn Tennis at 4 o'clock.
COLON Kl. R. T. MKIIIIJN.
Commissioner of Police, will
"""""""" ,',ll*"* ""i"" * " iwople to get to ami fri
his apll- *mP,')y,'r b detecting flaws with wniclli y ., partnersnlp between Dommiea eoptvlally at short notice
Hides can. with turtbei iralnlni h,T ''">*-'* "' were passed, mi- thp colonial Office and voluntart '"
to li mil labOUl ^een. by the sighted bodies, is out now to diminish the
needs. While thi, movement remains manv appalling shadows rast by
tmploy- new, expansive and splendid In blindness In the Commonwealth
ment In open industry, a form of promise, large numbers of blind to-day.
ITt .I! o \'lVl'l-;' !!!"* persons continue to be employed So. rapidly now. the wheel
n'[ in sheMogad workshops.** There bin. i welfare is moving lull ciicle
.or hfty-four such businesses in from the push originally given It
Kngland and Wales lo-doy. Mostly t,v Edward Rushton. die peg
they follow traditional nalts for philanthropist. Himself blinded
Act of 1944 consoUdflUng voluntary iidiiaTive, t1"' >lin"- ^"'*h n* l>a"kpt making, through contscl with a cargo of
required, and happily still re- also hear- those expenses. Here, cno,r 'iing an
quires, all firms with more than *hile learning lo handle machines bul I number of new ones, nant (.phthalmla, he opened the
twenty-five employees to take on and their eoi.iponcnts by accuracy apeciallzlng fn niachine cn>entry, first of our schools for the blind
a proportion of disabled workers, of touch, he is trained in precis- soap-making and plastic work. ai Liverpool in 17KI Now. under
including blind workers, and hold Ion Inspection, machine operation have been added In recant mouths inc mmd Persons Act of 1820. the
rtain lobs o|;n for them Thai and a seml.l> woik It is found About 2.500 men are so ocmpieil provisions of which were
is sent on a two months1 course
the Government's industrial
at ilrst tentatively, but Trelntng Centre al Latchworth
numbers as Tin* Ministry of Labour, again
but with the Inauguration oi iu;
An wavs Service i<> the colon) Ih
titnieuliy should soon i- ovarci r
P1UVAT1 Toin King hlghlmhle,
the t'oinerl held bv Ihe Batha.lo;
Regunanl ai the Drill HaU n
PrlOa] night He tap d.n i d Wl
and was awarded .. i n .
VYQ flNO A PAIR
WHY NOT TRY THE Q
CELEBRATED "K" BRAND *
. ii.V RKEn ED A
IS I'UIMI (IT WII.IOW CALF IIIKOWM
\M BOX All IKI.ACK)
1 MM QUALITY IN 4 DIKFKRKNT LASTS AND
FRTINUS WITH AND WITHOUT
K-K" SIMM S
Al'K MADE IS ENGLAND FROM THE
FINEST MATERIALS PROCURABLE
INO V. | II.W I A SHAPE AND A FIT-
TIN0 FOR All. NORMAL FEET
HI'V K- AND BE si'Ki: Of hmci- COMKMH
Blve a talk 0W Batlio Dlvtrlbu- proportion stands at 3 ppr cent ii Letohworth llt.tt onp instnirtor and 750 wnmen thp latter pn- bodit'd and n part vxlcndi'd
DOU"B> flu- hard battl.- lot sell-conll- .ann.,1 UMftlUl ndi.r mo... than B>|W<| man|, knltlint niiirhlnr. lha National AsalMonce All or
stic-t Buy.' lint. dtnM and competence, faring nve I'lind trainees at any one and weavInK looms. 148. local authorities are lully re-
MR. K. K. HACKKTT. A ..Mjnt eveiy ocwly hhnded person, he- Umc. sponsllile for the support of the
l.i, a| |ha Waalai Mall pBI Ullh Ml rehabilitation. Then, lha third n.....stonethe Then. In rural areas where the *(1 rf ^ (n ,h.....||v,11(,
Bon'School, hai been awarded s..n,.i,i.,. v. through a sympathy uliml paraon Introduction to time-dlstanee factor excludes J voluntan- societies, many pre-
>' I';"'ln1"i promote hi, recovery, that is. his rial Placement Ilia l,.-,d oaW vbilors
HO Is likely to leave for tho KII,|||l|inr||| In |lf(. x0 ROi bv I Loft
__ _"y1 *';" y "' M,,i"*1 Ihi* end. the last all.-, latn.t. he pfl
WITHIN the last two days. nccds or ^^^ ^ pit). His re-
ihreo inotorists, Including eoveey factor Is much aided If.
one bus driver, were charged with as soon as possible aftti Ihe on-
nol having a liKhted rear lamp o'i set of his blindness, he Is taken
their vehicles and one cyclist for out of his home environment and
riding his cycle without | linhtc-1 put down in a rehabilitation
lamp at the front Two motorists contra where, subject to undo-
were also charged for hiving no standing treatment of a fortnight.
parking lights. practical kind, he can "lean. I i
Other charges induoad .ah for be blind "
falling to stop at Major Roads: one The National Institute for the
for exceeding the speed limit Blind, being (he supreme volun-
ond another for driving without lary agency devoted to the wel-
ind two ii
SHORTLY Aim ,.d-day yes- for blinded
terday dark clouds began lo day controls a number of
gather over ihe City. The temper- Of Remvery'' for
oture. which during the morning P^ They
was 86 degrees Fahrenheit in the
shade, dropped lo 84 degrees.
Two inches and 41 parts of rain
fell over the island during Friday
and up to 6 o'clock yesterday
morning. Of this St Peter with
65 parts recorded the betvlee.
rainfall while St James with half Brluafa
an inch was second. Anteri<
The other returns were- Si
Philip six parts St Thomas 41
parts. St Joseph 12 parts. St. John
3J par1, and S Andrew 21 parts
fare of blind civilians in Britain nig for hiio to leave the work;
St Dunstan's cares exclusively live or ten minutes ahead of the
arnerm-. i .> ...- -........ |.I0f,.BMOiially. this i ounlry ha>
| i ndlng onVeni **" ,un,L S-iS2?5l.#SS "1",'"" '"" bh" !
lUngC4neai spec.allsts. Their hnish.il mate, ials Uu(UUolt lollUnil,.s fo |.....
I each fresh ' marketed lor them And each A ffw m-|| Qf ouUtam|lllK lTI-
I mng ..nicer Rets the normal rale for BU pro- qualities educated al
"shepherds" the new Blind em- ductlona plus an aume.1u
plo.vce into this faclory or work- wage' in recognition of .nmcui >>> yc||r.0id pubUc chool for blind
shop, helps him. if necessary, in Imposed by his blindness and the ^^ graaUBi|n|1
leefcniceJ and stays domesticity amid which he toil- unlveralllci have louiid nleh>
with him I......r three day*, even As the focal point of new 33InnVaannnSl musicians
I 'hat he has technique. In welfare, also In the ^'"'^^Unce '- a lea..-r
nrn"*"> .........aduotdga Of bltnd children, care '>^ ^^
,., in. aged bUnd end gtX-*>Ud( ^pgtJSJggSK blta- Pr.c-
the National ^J^J^S^' Utloners are highly esteemed both
ers in Great Portland Slit-. practice and ho-pllsl
London, is now
ring bun with his best
i and from home. ,,i rang-
Than *a, a Steel hand 0
petition iM't\*e'ii two Regimen
Hums. Tlie members of lhe.
bands played on nan pans, du*l
bins, bayonets and tins, forks and
After hitening to the I I
the bands the judges decided thai
they were ei,uall> as good an
honours were divided Kaeh mem
l-el was given a imMle ol In
Private Hind who llM did '
MOOnd pn/e md gin ii lln l
("-tiles f beer
Kvery noldier nltendnii. the I
cert seemed happy and
The prices on all occasion i
The Police Band. eondUCted 01
iha CpL B. Morris was In att>
bile the lob ot Vaster of (Vie
lonies was i^-.fi.....I t
After the COncari nMBfl
the Hegiinent who are in
returned lo their barracks
atmosphere and enliven it
by open air walks, picnic parties,
swimming expeditions, and a
variety of Indoor diversions
One such home. Americo Lodge,
situated at Torquay, in Devon.
us the outcome of a generoin
. .....othlng ..ut *nwIy 1 U-h
.1 difflcultlas Th.
I 'ill Controller
qulry and enlightei
To alf inquire
girt made during the
-lll ins- 4
Julian Atwell of Keetino, Chrlri Jd i
< lecture given by Mr. J. S. U.
Church He .lateri that he missed I>ear to members of the Barbados
it iK-tw.-e-.i Dear's Gaiag. Hastings. Jerlw Union- the Y.M C.A. on
.Od th- Otj earlier last week. %l"> ""gJU July Z
COLttMOS DEIUA al Kenslng- Tv lu^i^
O ton New Road reported the Solomon Deig,
loss of his bicycle valued S.5 from New Road.
the residence of Ismail l-'-wart. removed from
h and women i" Kngland and Wales
Relief Society in have been settled as competitive
blind warden Is in workers in open UtouBtrv Acct-
eharge. This man's example
loot is inspiring. Feeling him- ert
lit happily transplanted among rad. And inal reai Md fresh
others facing identical problems, placei tered, a f.R-
ure wl i. -,, d ,,
\17IIV CI.KRK8 should be m a dustrial i-,. (
W Union" will be the subject of lMRs baorptlon.
We.....Usapaolnted if one of lems owlna to mawboinblng an
our blin.l workers does not, of a terrlfvltig magnitude. Buenoi
within a fortnight, achieve an Aires or China, it seeks to furnlsn
elTlciency at leejf equal to that aid based on thi
of the slghtr-l worker doing S f practical
sdmllai Ide him.
I Und men
An Illustrated booklet, SMUed
I i>v the National
Institute, giaphi.allv illustrates
the wmj of industrial work
Hwirted b '.'?* bei"li ,uckl'<' surreasfully
, JlJ[ll-., Man>' observers are astonished at
. stated thX wT, ,h.e t*' "* competence atta.n-
oS JSLl tl ed- Plrm so ***** Haa1 base
A Kensington New Road, on isWii^swaX .taof Ken^rTgton ^JSS^SiJmSSA
Thursday New Road, on Thursday. SuwJ- ^."!^? nd Jut iu"
LjSrt ta, s'-tvue Al the National Institute-
entr. n Sr.n(<(i 0f Physiotherapy lliere are
"7.1 ,., a' ore-ent sixty students, all work-
"" lng to a three-yea. syllabus, and
some of them are St DunstSTI
men. Experience here, and at the
Alfred Elehnlr clinic in I'
uZ toUmonv West End. where the n.
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Writers. Pools And Dreamers
Prom The Land Of England's
Hi HuU' \\ .iI|miI
i lo tourist* and
Of literature th? norld
our a tin Lake District"
rhata ...*l-d hilis glopt down
EO the shores of many lakes
WlmMRMT*, I'llswater. tiras-
'ii-ir namn bring a
hundrad ii.emorice, tradiuons
BncUabman in mr} pan at tha
, fan inv* <* into
i, the Lakeland
full CT| al dawn
nt to tea
H is Just
iaat atatamattt of
i about the
I am nfr.iid that
it. peara, Into a
taoiU character In
I generation which
Its al II :>' U face
Odea, the Son-
,ny I lid have not
i r. Nobody
igfat nf any
tine* ot hi*
i, ray ui The
rr. .. |te*B
car to Woranrartta
! r**.nnd why
to laci J among
of a nation
that the chief
l, whose position
haken, are Itaaao
^peure, Keau, Words -
rth id Coleridge.
er. the earUeet of English
(ha Uved In the ih
j i u not r*v..l. Somebody.
r always been
l to weaknesses In
M ItOO, Sh.-lley. Pope.
Hi Drown OR Yet. iii
proud place, Wirds-
paoplfl who knew him.
h..s rcnabaad unatu
r stony who have lived after
?lr waa patnaihunj t<> WaHai
', and rude to Colt-ridge, he
bbed ()< ljuincey; he was.
:ier If aatlllail and
V.I U Ok I 10 H B*Dft
i you read the writings el
BrMrn*. or Wordsworth",
i.wn letters >n say. Proiessoi d*
Sdm court's great edition, you
will find that quite another figure
emergesa man natural, simpic.
kJnd and stubborn, as any of IboM
honourable English yeomen whoae
patriotism was only aqua
their good vnse All his house*
hold loved hJm, and 1 often think
that it w some Of de Wulncey's
malice that is responsible for UN
bitter picture* of Wordsworth
which ao many of us have formed
III any case, Wordsworth begins
and ends the poetry of the lake-
land scene. It la Wordsworth who
has conjured a vary heaven out
ol the spirit of the beautiful lake-
land country where he lived
Woodworth's great glory for his
readers is that the longer they
Uve with him. the more they
love htm. I remember. when In
my youth, I was deriding the
"Ecclesiastical Sonnets", an old
man said to mar "You've got to
be old to appreciate all of him."
"All of him!" I cried contemptu-
ously. "There la no one in this
world who appreciates all of him.'
"That's as may be", the old
man replied. "It's a funny thing
though, if you study him you will
llnd that even the worst of hbs
poem-, has a striking line on It
Wordsworth, although he wrot*
a lot of bad poetry, always wrote
honestly, and he could sec thai
truth clearly, he could see it
because he showed the qualltic*
of the lakeland country that he
loved. It is a very honest coun-
try, and Its naked rocks, rough
walla, bare hills and winding
roads are rugged, unpretentious
as nature made them, they have
.i uniqueness because of their
strength, their perfect propor-
tion.*, their changing light and
quality. Wordsworth did not
read things into them or exagger-
ate their features, he just det-
enhod them as ho saw them, as
they are He made them the
vehicle, the expression, the ser-
vants of his belief In God.
When you have done will.
Wordsworth if you want to lino
.-nything equal to his poems in
the lakeland scene, you will hav:-
to turn to prose to lln
nlent. and then you tind it only
oncein Dorothy Wordsworth''
"Jaamals." Their quality is ex-
actly the quality of bar brother,
except that you have the beautl-
ful addition of Dorothy's own
personality She described |uM
anasaw.- for in
*ith no nonsense about h
.i great deal of knowledf
and the manner in
whit ii thi
In eight to ten years time
* who i I
l did not
H-rlta very well about if Canon
Kawn*ley loved the country, and
most a* well about it.
"iir contempor. I.
books on IM 1-akes. .ind thev
hotdd i-* briifr-known than ihev
.ne lien' In the wi i f Bai I
CoJarfdaai oV Qu
pher Nor. Hoblnsor
yu will llnd l fK ; .1
tercst you Mm DOM of these are
really great da*
no great t. .. txiut thd
Lake District. That lank .
for the genius to undartaki M
Constance Holme h.e an "
light ful. human, humorous and
moving stories, but 1 think the
best novel is Mr- Humphrey
llolltcck of lUnnlsdalr.-
In this, and in some passages of.
"Hubert rniewnerr". ! I
caught the absolute spirit of Bill
But reaJb the IM bagma tad
ends with Wordsworth, hi* glory
will never die Indeed, it only
groan greater with tha
fttta; n ahbie* moat brilliantly
in tin dark bul -piendld time,
when we are ;.II finding, througn
diflU-ulty ami danger, how mag-
niflcentlv si rengthen; n g are the
courage, endurance and passion -
; md'a beauty and
ka t-ountry th.it he loved
M who wants to under-
stand the spirit of England today.
hotl "tudv. of
Ih will be help-
ictlva and M anil
certainly b* enjoyabla and
a oeru wtiall
(B| MAaTTHA Kl \K
pain Ian way of bat
The enh I aw
ly adopted a diplomnin
without kceplT.i gi |
in the eampony fron H
no guest may laai
social (unction bai I
honour take* ln> .
Thai In 'urn. im
poor. niKii'i ptivilcL
honour inu*t malb
Order to release
who might wjn'
leave the part
ing themselves m Uii
welcome situation, hav.
around, departing i:> |
driving an i
Then tha) return quietly !><
pick up where they lell
Pirsioent tionzale/ Vldcla ol
Chile, an UMMatl|ata
4took his wife home ! mldauMBl,
for example, ut lh>
ton reception given in his honoiii
during hK visit to Um 1
lie returned some II mlui
la'-r ind literally danced u: '
di mi it :h.- blltha
ptivata partu- .m hM I
variation of the same peg
Dlght politely, thanked In< ho: -
most enjoyai. .
then withdrew into m
room to allow tha aarlj bfarchi ,
gat on thabt way
Then he raturnad
' i nlng in high gpli
At one such party he 01
to the piano bench and reghatt
the gul with ,. mu
ment and delight ol the out-
ir.i'i finicttons, of course. Is.
:iie*t- ahead ol Hme *
\l ttM only waj
uueas whether he ha-
for good i> D> MU
ervlci lei j
hnme or club ha* Iwet v HI
The President is a man t
10 relax at n good party with goo
friends although hj
chance to do so
And when he does gal ih
i hanee he really mnV*
Of itprotocol or rn-IN.s.
was a eonferenn-
,,i ! re tk i
were anxious it
o| bringing logei' |
the practical gnd tachnlcal 'ide
i>f Scoutine and dbvui
I ve side
Next Turvdnv Night's
: Saiurday's con-
ren nca (ban hi lUoaly to be a blg-
eala Scout Display -ometim.'
|0 ihi* en I
H I-' g ine.-tinu of Seoul-
crsat leaal om- repr* i
night June 20. nt the Officers'
Y M CA ol 8 o'clock
WIJI Scouters please remembei
da meeting and arhMffr It i-
pi fUi Arthur Smith of tha St.
Miitthlas (irnup an-i .i-h him -
paedy r-. i
Bon Voyage' To GSM.
um k. Ma or J i
GSM .i rim Baa Seoul
I HMivlng the [gland t."
Pii^laiKl n.s a member of the Bar-
i um . r iii-ir.
Mm .. plaaaat
-1 irsanibara of th<-
who awn rerrnar Beouta,
M; he ha* X.< vears*
to In- ci-edit.
U...... i; ni ,
We are pleased to rec
uccegg of Mr. C Dean Spencer.
I tatrlci < mmfa ilonai I n K Lrad
i'ard. in passing fart 2 of the
Mr, Spencei ll 'till in England hU
haa been sent to him
Seeretart* an tg
that *- hnvr in tock I f.ilrlv
Ldmprehanrlvfl itorh of Proficiency
Th;rstinL- \her Rnowlfalgfl
I* shoulii be of it.-
:>a?e IMi that
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II) A ri'turn ticket to Trinidad by 'Plain.-, with three dayi Hole] Jjccom'
modation at ?7.0i) pet day end entertalnmeiii to Luneh bj JEFFREY'S
Ti iniilad Agent.
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(3) One (I) New Raleigh BicycleLady's Model.
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(6) One in New i?.ileigh BloyoleOtol'i Model.
Hi) One II) Case Grnuse Whiskycontainins 12 bottles.
17) One ll) Bos 'Four Cow*' Condenaed Milkconulnlng 48 x 14 of Una.
|H) One 11) Box S.leef Brand Powdered Milkcontain line.
(() Two i2) Tickeis .it GLOBE Theatre etmrlng FREE admittance lor
(10) Four t4) Cartons JEFFREY'S BEERontalnl I each.
Ill) Four i4) Cart").. JEFFREY'S 9TOUTcontaining l'4 bottli
(12) Two 12) Boxes JEFFREYS double Scotch Ale and Two (Jl Boxc !
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.'.mIc:Tin- dealer, shopkeeper of ilioeei who told BEER ol STOUT '"^
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: REY'S i F.ERa dTwo 11) ca ol JEFFREY'SSTOI I I " I
i !. a >.....i \\ 11 decide to whom this gift la to go
The condltioni on which Prlaai are i" be awarded are the ame aa]
thoeC .'nvernini: the previous competition.
il MX 16) JEFFREY'S BEBH and or STOUT CAPS to the
[ S P. Muaaon, Son fl: Co. Ltd., and get your ticket.
Th.-i .ire (he PBIZE WINNERS ol Ilia- lirsl II I I Hl;VS tOMI'KTITION
SI S'UAV, J. M I
SI M)AV ,\1>\
THF Annual Sports Meeting of
brought to an end nine glorious days
Si. Ann's Fort bristled with soldiers
nc-nl went into barracks tor the annu
The camp was attended by 100
giving volunteers some idea ol bar
ing which was carried out under can
normal routine periods were made up
Interior Economy, Fire Pickets, Bugle
Army life. These formed a background
which had been arranged.
the Barbados Regiment, yesterday
of Camp at Headquarters.
on June 9, when the Barbados Regi-
men of all ranks, with the object ol
rack life as opposed to the held train- \
vas in St. Andrew last year. The
of instruction on Guard Mounting.
Call and the other necessary details ol -
to the vigorous training programme I
The course ot weapon '
aauiuig was held as a pie
lude to the Annual Mus-
ketry Course which was lued
ai the end ot the camp. Tests
ol elementary training with
the ntle and automatic
weapons were earned out
togethor with a special train .
nig for the signal platoon
and the motor transport
section. The signal platoon *
will be an essential chain m
the internal communication
system in Barbados, should '
there be a hurricane in #
bndqetown. A route march w
THE LAST POST in blown here nightly, but the trumpeter
stands silhouetted in the archway. On this site just below
the trumpeter Li our picture the last soldier ot the Barbados
Forces war tioc;gGd K) death, 24 hours before the ship arrived
irom Engla.iJ carryiiig ihe news that flogging war abolished
' the Britinh Army.
CORPORAL SANDIFORD of
the Officers' Mess holding
the Duke of Gloucestershire '*
Cup which is competed toi
by all Colonies oi the Empire
and has been won by Bar-
bados for the last two yean.
Corporal Sandiiord has serv-
ed with the Volunteers lor 15
IN THE CANTEEN soldiers relax in the comfortcblo barrel seats provided by Cap-
lain Jordan, the Quarter-Master, who is Jutl vhihlc in the background, chatting with
Mrs. Bishop. "Soldiers' Friend and seaid uous voluntary worker.
THIS UNUSUAL PICTURE, suggestive ol a Norman fortress,
is In fact a part ol St. Anna's Fort. Headquarters of the Bar-
" accompanied by the Police
li Band took place through
Bridgetown, and a firing
competition was held ye-
Recreation included crick-
et, bathing, volley ball, ten-
nis and the Annual Athletic
Visit by H.E.
On Friday, June 16. H.E
the Governor, accompanied
by his Private Secretary,
visited the camp and was
shown around the ontiro bar-
racks. Among other things,
he saw the Annual Musketry
Course being lued on the
Government Range at Need-
The Rev. F. M. Dowlen
preached a sormon on Sun-
day, June 11. when the regi-
ment attendod a church
parade. On this occasion the
Police Band was also in
attendance. A Iilm show was
also given in the Drill Hall on
It has been a good nine
days lor the troops, as Ihe
pictures on Ihis page show.
(oi all mJa:
... to Mrh II IIW '
r ii.. iNi.>ti i
Frank B. Armstrong Ltd Agents
ON THE RIFLE RANGE 2nd Lieuta
Bren gun to a section of his plalo
ant C. G. Peterkin explains tho magazine ol the
I. llI>V*b IfQU
3. In *iaM k*Tpiha
laathar tofi and
J I* pun bxk lK
or.fml colour into
th. )- nhar.
Tk* QvudUH Skt* Pdiak
Nhm- colours ivalUblr : KIWI BLACK, DARK
TAN. MID IAN. TAN. MOWN, OX BIOOD
A MAHOGANY with HUE A TRANSPARENT
rfc|irci.lly for Ladies' Short.
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II A II I 41
is it aol 'i' Volunu Pooi Rootptton,
Crackhiii; nolm <>i out <>f order ?
Bond it to our Service Department, let us give it u
Be In Urn* i
U> repair .invtliini: Kleilru .il.
THE GUARD TURNS OUT
PACK TH I I W
U M> \Y H Nl L*V IM"
TlilltTEEN memberi of the Trinidad Malvern Toolball flub who arrived in Ihe island on Fri-
day afternoon to engage local teams In a aerie* of five matches With them are the President
of the Club, Mr. James Grosvcnor, Mrs. Grosvenor, mid the Scirctarv Mr. Philip Harris.
Ml 0 A. ALiliolm, ex-Speaker
i>peal against his convic-
ii oiTence which
unseated him, was dismissed by
the Appeal Court last week, an-
I tin* weak that he is tak-
l iu obiuin uie panskMOsi
Mirl "1 Appeal in Jamaica
t,. hsrva dm cam nvktwad by the
I CommlUM of the Privy
.1 III 1-Otlil.lll.
In (he meantime arrangements
for the by-eleciu>n In the COOfUtU*
bald iui luui month* have
faulty Nominal hi n
i.iv two i,indidates Were
led for jhe by-alaetton In
* st AnD ..iii=titueni>
I i by the voiding ul tin
returned candidate's election be-
cause of faulty nomination
IIil Jamaica Labour Party has
nominated Mr. G W Arbuthnott-
*ho ian as an Inde-
pendent bo the December general
\\ oiiiuii Soils Bain
And Buys Uqaor
MUNICH, June 17.
A woman living at Bcrnrcuth
near hear, sold bar tiirce-yeai-ola
coloured child umL Hire* and a
half jards of clolli to a local circus
for 10 marks, the West Herman
MbWI Agency reported today.
It said the woman bought
liquor with the money and drank
to deliver the child to the
The basis on which, (he export
of Jamaica bananas will be con-
ducted after 1052 when the pre-
sent five-year contract with tin-
Ministry uf Food expires, will be
discussed at a conferenn- it. Lon-
xt month between the Hii-
tlsh Government on the one hand
and the Government of Jairu
Bod repre>en:atives of the three*
fruit companies opera' U
OB UM other.
Under the present commit, Qta
Jamaica Government handle*
jiirch.ise of bananas lot ll
ing it In bulk to the M
Food at a price fixed annual!, in
consultation with the All-Island
i [.'inane Growers' Asno-
Purpose of the pn|msiil mintl -
enee, which lias been called at the
suggestion of the Ministry of Pood,
Ifi to determine the nMthod >f
future shipmenu of fmit from
Jamaica, including the quest]
of tonnage, purchasing and
Mew And Cheaper
Air Parcels Scheme
Will Shortly Be Introduced
Pew o^r ()." ComniMfi<
Jamaica's adverse commodity
trade balance was substantially
educed during 1049 due to an
over-all Increase in the export
tilde during the latter part of the
>eur and u decline in imports.
At the end of 1948 the adverse
tiade balance was C7.0R8.ll43 us
compared with C 8.294,000 in 1948.
There was a decline In import*
aurlng 1949. the total value of im-
Tin Post Oflua have announce i
an extension of (fas gjg peWMsl
services, previously restricted ><
tension Is the second stage uf the
planned development or uir parcel
usesiMH ttM whole of
mail services are available
As soon as possible the scheme
will be further widened to include
the Caribbean. No dales are yet
available from Ihe Post Office
Undet UM new scheme, parcels
may be sent by air from the U.K
'< < '.....la at 4s. 3d. per half lb.
and to the United States for 5s. fld
|>er half lb.
Mai ihese figures as the basis
for reckoning, it U fairly safe to
assume that when the new service
finally includes the Caribbean It
will be possible to send air parcels
from the U.K. at approximate
4s. Ad. per half lb.
This figure will compare favour-
ably with the present freight rato
which Is 18s. 4d. for SS o., but
which has a minimum charge of
f2. Os. lOd
Whether the same rate will
Operate m the reverse dlrectii
will depend upon the local author-
polls Im-iiik i: 10.225.539 as against
Uf.etW.850 Ul 1948 7.811,340
in 1942. a War your, and 6,485,000
in 1938, a pre-war y
The Island's domestic export
maintained an upward trend dur-
ing 1940, with a total of 11.843.-
>3l as against 11.130,463 in 1046
At the Cinema
# frem a*ge 3
lows The story appears to
basea oti one of the episodes ioii-
'ainecl in the recent film l-i... |
"' Foxes."' though the details do
m ei.urely agree, u n ul
i-esere Borgia's determination u>
capture Ui small Italia,, >U4< of
rerrara. To do so without wjj,
M i>olson> hu sister Lucret.as
hu-.uand. puulng the blame lor
his death on the young Duke of
rerrara. In revenge, Lucres
beguiles the young Duke ,nlo
marriage This semi-hlstoru.a
drama is unfolded entertaining!
against a background of the IHUi
century Italy The Kenaisaai
period costumes and tapesti teg
are elaborate and beauUfuI and
characlerizauoo* are reahsUcliy
portrayed by an experienced akin
NANCY QOKS TO RIO" now
showing at the Globe Theatre i,
according to all rsporta, a gay and
nlerUumng musical romance
iUuTUig Ann Sothern and Jane
Powell, as mother and daughter,
who axe rivals m careen as well
as romance, Louis Cslhem, as
Jane s grandfather and an old
ictor and Carmen Miranda. The
story is amusing, with a variety
it colourful background* cr .i u
>hip, South American night cl .ns
and backstage on Broadway.
Highlighted throughout tne film
u number of popular gongs
ranging from Gershwin's "Ern-
hncessblt You" to MusetUi's
"WalU" from La Boheme, sung
Jane and Ann, and two lively
Latin American songs for the
NANCY GOES TO RIO" is
M.G.M.'s first big technico; >r
musical of the year, and It shot. Id
lie first-class entertainment
For those of you who Like
nous drama, "THE HEIRESS
starring Olivia de HavilamJ.
Montgomery Cliff, and Sir Ralpn
Richardson Is starting at the Em-
pire next Friday, June 23. This
film la ranked as one of the most
outstanding of recent films and 1
will give you more details on t
TtMtfnt/m hk? m
" *jcz_" ^
i old Discomforts
lira Stlt/rt ini|S pliamt uliil
Alka-S.-IUei' unui'it formula brings
quick tehef from the feverish "ache-
all-over" feeling and discomforts of
.) i >ld. One or two tablets In a glass
uf water make a refreshing, pleas-
ant-lasting solution. Take it as First
Aid. Keeps package on hand always.
Not a laintive.
IjIJHBN yon feel UMi jouih. vuaotr
"sad aspfxasas haw ksl oe,
Itougb rw am itfll m (be pnine sT
kfc. Uw rassoa thai vour blooJ sad
nwai hss besa weUeoed by kscfc of
Mees- MbsjMj and vstalrty
WhM yoa Md s couns of *Sanaiom'
N* Towc Pood. -Ssnaiin
gffj tS It', r ,./. j ....
. ifaal IMr an CMdf absorbed
ar sfesssa Tsto h isipskrir '
M./IM. TONIC FOOD
health, youth and vitaOty
Uo bfck into yow bo4f I !
"What's on the menu t
lanJ in b< raiins
heamly aflsin. Ym aot to long agu h<
ha.l a vrry pour appenie, and dreaded
the pain. Ihat 0CM1 bdkmeJ -lie:
In nh esses, Uigroe makei all
i(k drifeience Digem-
andir,, relieves pain and dihomfon,
fcrincnu. and restore* j
If you surTrr frum mdi^tiii.
WkM.I.H,.,..'.. I | II...
the help voui
i i. in nced> ( kg j txmle from your
MMal H"1j. ami >.>iill *n begui
for inditi-siim *&"
Pool With B.G.
A Jamaica Government spokes-
man has denied a report that the '
Jamaica Gowrnment was colla-
borating with the Oovernr
British Guiana and two
luh the ban
Light up and smile!
How to enjoy the
w4*H its speaaMy needed
No. 3. The Spectator
i need more torn Ion. especially when ntdng mil for
You tan fee sure ihey will all wslcome the awt
a Dunlopdlo Ucax rxiam R,n< Cushion It is always
ready lor Immadiatc usa, and tonnei puncture. Innlidi. iravsllers and
spectators f.nd this light, con.enicntly sUsd cwlty cwhkw handy
Dunlopillo Utax roam aXlng Cushions are ones again ..*ilb* for the
s*omena*sscAettllPricel4V8.tTpseVI0S04S. te'diameter. S*bole.
si \I>\Y JUNE iv ItM
-.1 \ip\V \iimii ATI
BY CARL ANDLRSON
SUPPLIES AGAIN AVAILABLE
"The ability lo produce more al a lower cost is the
only insurance against a drop in prices.
and you buy iiie means to produce more at the lowest cost.
For lull details and prices see your
ELECTRIC SALES A SERVICE
Phones 4625 & 4371,
Available In '!* folio*,-
Sim i i new range ol motor oil- i- available in the following
grade*, which are alike in quality but progressively thicker
as the SAI number increases,
SAE 10 SAI -'" SAI 10 SAB 40 SAE 50 SAE 60
Make sun- to (elect the particulai pad ol Mil l I. X-100
Motor Oil recommended for your ear. Your dealer will
.rules in the pfevtoOl range <-r SHI LL
Moioc OUj were:
i, ,.,.., .i .f him iai lO'Ooueu eaau
lAf 44.DOUIU ftXTII* SHf LL IAI ffl miU mimi.
-..... ' "HIT S Mil II
.- SHELL X-1(10 win mu with am mineral oil which is
head) In the sump, but to get the best and quickest
result-. I)R\IN. FLUSH, AND /J\
REFILL WITH SHELL X-lllti yx^>
Detergent Stable Protective
-I NDAV ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, Jl Nl U Vm
Publir Kalea-Cootd. (Pnblie Xwlirrv-Comd
We tx. relative. <.t Ran
Ctenunin*. late >
Lord* HHl MM 'i""t' that tnBalHI
hi capra-r out Beep apt->
e.,mulie to -II th.-e> iManda "
in*nd<4 the funeral mm areati
i on s.ii.i-:
CAH-Un* Vauahall ll-d. Pood
Ing order H P Harrli A Co..
Pleonr Salee far*!
n run An>h
Table* and nu
Ai ' l<.....
BalN a m 1
I Oil ItKM
I AIITKrM .OR* lnmiAM apart
*"' -t c.i-1 sanda. *i. gee. with tmm
...rt man ii r.quireal Pit* further p-.r
ulin Iti-l VIM ALMA 1-ASllIaTY
XI I M
1ICET.O. VISTA Twa Mm- Ili'i
.Hewing, dining isum.
-...I all had Apply I" Mi" ytii
llnda. To MlM HHl I* 0 V- In
' IE- A hnfu Hand with
I -..il a .op.mandirig partition
M I) ha. datura, in -tart
awej Pol i.n
I TIIANI BROS Dial MM
i 11AT l
,tl. faring Saw Halting, mlln lloa-L
Water heater! U MM M UK Bv.
i rooma li"Ui( Cooker*. Filgld
-I.-lrphr.ne IBIS I 8 .T.P.K .
dwrlllnghnUOO ontxlna veranda*
t and dining rnuma, lounge.
me 'I With running water MH
iiencee, kaitia*-y. pantry ait
r. atirieHy. Water arid tola
i" yard there
or (>iai na
lie above property will fee eat vip for
by public competition -I ur ofSce
a afreet, llrldgclnwn nn Hide.
. June Inalaril at I p in
. Qarp. H Bating*. Chriat Chuith
lloyle. P O H-.. f Brldgeiawn
-OR R8NT OB LPABP
rNIISI/KlH HMI"p full) luid-
i.ed Ii. an approved lrni.nl. iUI.1*
.lv IMh DttlrW. Mn H Ch.'a.in.ii
It - an.
i ina i
--. n. .
EBTtBANEA Fully birtuehed In
tha iVh i.n Bt Jam-i toyely aea coa
Phone IS I
'FARAV. *V", Bt. Philip coaat Fully
mnlahe-' S he gran ma. I eereent room..
arp..n. nahllng plant. water mill Bath.
na beach Prom Mar ! IHel IITg
iij a* -T.ru
irroua othrr ArlKlaa
In Ralph A IWart
Hardianod Allry. P<
Pi-AT Hodam aaii.i-l
.tin j Lara-a IW-licinv. ar.il avar;
.t Blua *Wi. Tan
ttlWUlan to "i-aKct olaaw phi
M>l I.- ." Wllh Ihl
>ia* orrar* in wrlUns will ba n
rivad b> tha undaraiCnnl up m II nun
tha land on v^harlt tha nauva < m(U I
hot Mr aala
Por liiapaaninn aatply al "Am"1 na
.!.> i for (ha hay*
TKAllWOOO A i v r
II W Sn
l-ABIMI III -I I I II '
Tha roaaj InaaM
raayal hill to lha I>
r (h iraflk un..i fafrx-
Hv ortfar of Ua CofnirUaaajnat.
B H CHAI I I
AJNT VIMatWI "111.!
bWIO Now mahaa paaaiui
UiHtai ona I--
BAIIIO MIU. I
un-th>-aaa Ban laland
ra all that can b* daaiica llnauli
crnary. a fcaHKina. L urn-
cuiainaa ai-l ba RATUI u la
II W I par d> Por f..ni.ti Jctall-
.. police will take pUce at th* Police Train-
a* u\ 10 am on Wednesday 2Ht June
A, ,.! .*inu must be btwen If And 15 y-ara ol a
tba Elenientary educational quaUAcallona of Standard VII or ovr.
Pay and Allowancta
Ttw i*^ of d PollcaaA-om-n on anlulment is 152.00 per month
..-I mcrarnenU of $4800 up to W.OO per month,
lo Kon Commiaaioned Rank la on merit.
A W.ahin*; Allo*aiirc of $2 00 pet month is aJao payable
Pre* uniform i% provided R. T. MICMtUN.
Commn-Montr of Police
At I IMS
la hatwby Bivan
mpkn-d Jt II-.'.
, linl'HT Pully furnlihad hou
I ciaaa raahtantlal dUrtaUt. 1 mil
I i'i ii ] badraoma, t living
! uaual aMaaa IYm July I at
I January lat ItBl Apph to Mi
I Dowdlnd Dial 41M
i *' '
Cm '' a "
17 a 9m
AN-nyua*- of'ay-ry faantaHna
e*.a China, old Jawala. Una WTa a.
ia.kaara larl> bo..aa, M-i- auui
rapha rW al Oor.1.i#ra Anliqta Sbn,.
dtolnlnf Royal Tachl Club ___.,.
tfOBBIN STtjVF. Ill's iAI/iW S^. :
' <:1 i-.rt of Plna Kill I badrjnma I
' an\am* n-nna Oaraia Solar haatlna
i Labour aavma ( acra vrnund* AppI*
, It S Nlrholl. A Co Rnllcltnta, 111I
1 Hoabiafk 8t Talaplu.na &tt
a a aa--t < n
fatntad. lha> ma*a anwrt .
1/1, It and /- aarii In
riirapar fata tham at >..tn
Cblld/an. U. an aartm.
((ii.nl I' ir-
MODP-HN IHtPatS SIIOIM1'
NEW HAVEN", Crana Cooat fully fu/-
.ml ) tdaooma. 3 aarvanta' iminn
i.i.i..,' *..r,.*a. iial'i Tti.at plant, watai
.III s|-.,l. bathing baarh Dl-I *tlt
ia a mi t _
KiioSPVF-II Maori) lul Pully
luimihad an cap I lor linrn and cutlar*
I lmli..iih. Hrt.livi- nlnma rooan. hllfb-
an and tha uiual nfflraa. Oaraga and ona
aarvanta' mom and hath in I ha yard
Prom 1*1 July Apply R. 8 Nlrholl. A Co
tolintor*, Talaphona MB ISl 2 Hnabnih
llraal 1 SO On
I -ill orTar for aala by Putol* Com-
petition al my oltrr. Vlrtorta Atraat. <
PR1DAY Mrd. at I p m Tha p.apart)
tallrd "KIWWlH.Tir I
landing on Mil aquan Irat ol land
aa vonlaliu cloaad gallary. drawing.
i.g. 1 badroom*. W C A Ralh. 'lar-
llgbt, incloaad yard good li'im
taaaHaTi iU IWr %n par month
Pa* Hiapartlan apply to tha laauknl an*
aacapt lundava batan t and lp
oondltlona of aala appO to Hi-
al*. f* Awhar P*f KlMla Aurtianaar
li 0 On
ioad Pnur badr<
...'.I '*-..., |...
SANDY CHEST' -altuatr al CatUa-
nh. Balhthaba. itandnui on Una Acre
Tan Parthra of land.
Tha tun.*, tontatna gallaty. drawing and
dining roocna. thra* badrooma wllh run-
ning walai. kllrhanalta. usual oulofnca*.
alattric Inhl. garage and aervant* room
The abuvr will ba aal up tor ule at
public competition at our Office In Lucai
Slraet on Ftlday 13rd June. ISM. at I p.
CMmiNOTUN A SEALY,
Sol Id tor.
ii a i
ia a w- in
aajfl I,. not det'v ni
I A fteah ahlpinr.il
ai Ml D-uoI Storra
Ml'""l for v.l
atl hind. Includlna
Fine lU-d. Brllavtlla
I Red room and Ihaaa
wllh running water
ind Bath downalatr.
To 1XT Pully fumiaViad
MR "il Kent llouee Auruil.
rinna Klrby JNaS
i-.fV fllbba Baarh. St Petar. lot
Hi of Ictobri- Apply Mil
ElimM lluma aiJa*
II g SO -n
IHnP4tHTY-One Wall Rungalix
ball Hill, Ovrlat Chun h ronll
urawlng and dining rooma. 1 bedn
i.i'.' watar, etartrn- llghl logelher
IH aPaa of land wlah a working ">
kiln and atonaa for bun
h-nl irneatmanl App4>
fcnlarpnar. Chriat Chun
md paraoi -
araby requlrad to appr*r -i lt =
.aalalai.1 Cmul ol Aio- Wi He*
dav. Uta I2ih a*] < > ... ifOO. a> H
.clock a m
Dated thia 1Mb day ol June Ifttrfi
I. V (illJiKR
Ag Clark, a c a
CARI.TOM CVaOVti Ilia
MEMBCRS ara aaatad In nole 1hn
ChaVl (iroia-.da will t open
icket practice from TliM
Laaut M- 1 Col J. ConnaU. 0P The abubadna R.a ID 01 MB J. "
rtunrt will be held >., T M>rad on Thuraday tt J n-.lay Ifl June. W Tha net Reaimantal Parade
saiuncj rnoM amrti
ROTTTJIDAM AND AffTWP-ltr
SS -'MTaaSII-IA'- JJ. 7I1H'
& S "HaTCVBA'
SA1IJS<. Plo.M \M-ii 1.1. tat
B COPTIC A Juate Brd
II 'pXyNAIHK' J
sAiiiNO To MAnaanA. pi
ANTWDtP AND AMSTEBLIAM
M 'QttANJESTAI* June T!tt
ms *ni*-MTAi. .i .iv ath
All.INO TO TRtNlDAI.
PAJLAMAR1UO DbbbTDIARA. ETC
Ml aVONAntX'. June Hat
P MUsaoN. aow m co ltd .
DR rutHElHA of "Chirovilla" Uppa
I ntadaj b> Cmropracu.
rnathod eaiacu diaaa^aa ol ayaa. aart
... throat, lung*, itomacb, kldnayi ani
Igajag organ. Blaal SHI.
| rurios. Ivory. Tenk. Sandal.|
JcHrllery. Braan Wart,
rane-a.trten. i ..... i. Ktc
i ip an
IN THK ASSISTANT COl
RE WORKMEN'S ciiMli'
NoUca la hereby gjl
i ... ..f Itaad View, >t 1-" I
I.. Meaara lib C'-'H
Captain ol Barf.- fall Into lb* I
tallying nigar aboard a barge
aa a raault of drowning- and II
pen aal Ion tuta been paid Into C
Ail tha_ Dependant.
at 10 o-u-. m
DeJed thla IMh day
laike, A C I
The ..nder.igned will otar for aala by
public compalillon at thalr oltlce. Janirt
Street. Bridgetown, on Friday the Brd
The newly bulll i
Church, with lha 1.
1I.M0 .n.i.aie leet
IM Hl.lt SALES
fn... In White Bin-
ewh The Modeti. Draa
i. ."ii A Co H"
RINO IMaanand I
ArTTII Itie Ula al Central St a I ion m
Cl lath Jus* I will ..*n tai
lv Ih-pp .J goata. and a ruling uddle
rm. and haller D/Arrt A Srotl
krv Auctioneer 18 a 00an
IV8 been Inatrucled b>
no of Police to aall oi
line, al Central Klalio.:
. hag of ati
I I..H.. K.,.,1
IVAKCY A BCOTT.
ungalow called "LAS
levy Oardena. Chriat
nd therein cimlainlnfl
The Supply of Natural Oaa
Is being continued pend-
Ik Barbados Gas Co.,
S Qulntyne, K.
SOI.F A Adjutant.
The Barbadva Ream .a.
\ FOB SALE
The >V I AKIHBIE Will
-ccepi C>rgo and Paaae-ngara lor
DonunUa. Antigua. Monlaarrai.
Nevia and St Kitle SWling
| .1 > l-'h .i
The M V i
. i 1 incntcn for
and Arutoa. D.la o<
Canadian National Steamships
CAN CONST Ill'CTOR
'...I. llllo. V|,
, n u -Bubjaci
Maalraal Ral laa
Slat Map *td June
and July 23th July
.Xatd Aug 2Sth Aug
li a BO a*
rth Juno etth Juna
. ItU. Ben 11
. ... Bjaj
%rrtaa Bdaa Salt* dee
l*th July Oth Aug -h Aug n Juna 11th July Oth Aug. TUi el>.
Arrlaa. Ilalllaa \rrlrea Maalraal
lihh July Pth Aug Hat Aug. lat Iith July 12th Aug :-rd nap au> on
CO., LTD. AgenU.
CORN MEAL at 17.10 per
98 lb. bag.
BRAN at $7.50 par 1001b
HAROLD PHOVERBS II
k CO. LTD |
I which la
lo avoid maintenance
.____. verandah., living
dining room, S bad rooma. I bath
with ba.lna and lolieia and buili-
irdrnbea. linen ctipbnarda. modem
In toilet and
. and double
ie grounda i
plaiitrd wllh fruit traaa.
ln.pa.iion by appOUitmanl .
it further particular. eppi\ I
LARKE A CO.
t-k Oie hrai
t.iiv..".ni Unk maaau
. an opacity gal.
manhola nd braaa
Allevne Arthur'. (Iron
r"T SSSSliTSl SSStuSflS
and Pui. Board ayaili
l Til.iidad. Near Qua.
nah Wrlla Bum
Street. Port of-Spain
nt or table Boom
,W M Vlall
i,'a Park Sav.
TRUNK -Very latge travelll
lira rUorig or urge nr-i
|,,vkH lined Phone WlllUm
COST A roiWD
ke\b-0" Hi atossai -e.??._'
wran Advoc-e ."""* '"o WJ"
w.rei aa Ma ""'' '">'
ri-ardad on rat"m ?- w *"*"'
.rig Dept Adw*"
I dMld mvaell reapt
ninli.xllivi any ' '
Mr Vincanl t.iin.u, v
Baal Eetale Aaent M .
ciiau.n-.ria and the gaaVWal .
hi. AUCTION MART la now locatad al
Shepherd Bt.. Brtdiat
Green Orocer. Co E i-rvthnig liought
UrinTth for aervlca alway. v
VINCENT OBirrrril Auctioneer DUllfl
9001 ... I -i I
rAJUaU OF *T AMIRIB
TENDBaU will l>e ish I
under.Igned up lo Prldiiy Wlh
For a loan of KI.OOD uraM tha
Andrew Church Brf Sri
tlAKBADOS Ml'Tl AL UENEPIT
N.iti.r i. hirehv givn Uial n Spreia-
(Jii.ernl Mealing of the
will be held at lha RaBlatered Oflfcc
IH. Swan Street. Brtdgl i
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
UNDER THE SILVER
ON WEDNF3CDAY Hat p) o'der of the
lev A T CoMman v-r will aall hi*
I .him- apprdnlmanU at "Bawla Hooae"
.ound Tip Top Dining Table. Upright
hair. JVdralal paAar-uird Bar.lng.
linanianli and MT Tabkra. Double
nd Sellee Writing Tahle. Itnnfc.hcivea
i I .....r lamp Ihn|- leaf Work
'able .on pcir-tiat'. Folding Card
.iblr. Morn.. High bark. Ann and
.-.a.ional Chalra upholateead win.
Bprmga. and all Hi mahogany
cluitra. Hurkei. T.-. Trolley
Helve.. Table, all In line. Twin
I llru.teada, Vono Sprlrura. Dreaa
kbN Cheat of Drawera. Bedalde
IVep Sleet. Mallraaaea. Divan A
rilpla anllqua Poldlng Mirror and
a l.l.I r.
i Hot Plate En,
PKAMll.R. TROTMAN d. CO.
IT 0 tO In
Sugar Production and Eaport Contro1
Fancy Molaaae* Control and UarkHini
Sugar Industry Capital RehabliitatM*
Sugar Indualrr Pt-ra Stabiinati.n
The a-Urv ol tha poal will deper..
tai quahncallona, but will not be le-
thal. 0D per annum nor moje tnai
gT0 per annum Tha port la non
I en. ion able and taTtnlnable at on.
nvMilh'a noli.a on either antd
Applmimu. abating age.
qiKliSratlona and eaperien.
with l"t>l'UD> of taatlmoniali
.ddre-e.1 to tha DlraTtor ol Agn
k. and Will be arc
la. tlUAl INDiaTB* AUBKIL
TCBAL BARK ACT, HHl
in* ....hi.i. haldtaa ape.taltr "-
l.la.l ItlTLI OBANT and RS-
TRSAT PlaptoUea.. St. Ja*ab
TAKI NOTICE that we A P Coy B
K"K S C OreenKlge truilee" of the
No money ha* boon borrowed undoi
Ihe Agricultural Aid* Act. IP*, or th.
abova Act iaa tha caaa may ba- in re
apart of aor* year
Dated thi* Iglh day ol Juna. ifdO
A P COX euvl.
per A P COX.
m VIEW WEST
I OH 'CI.I.KNT t'I'ISINE
FI'I.LY STOCKLD BAR
i: \ 11 s r.*..t9 per Day a-
fain. W. S. HOWELL
I Oil KALE
Govern men 111 ill St. Michael
lfl on One Acre with
Six AcrfS ottachrtl.
For all particular.-; apply . .
11 11 WILLIAMS
HARRIS ITIOTO STUDIO I
will be closed during the
month of July.
10 6 50.Sn
VISITORS TO OtR ISLWD
WHY HAVE BAGGACK WORRY?
You can leave your Baggage with us for despatch by our
regular service. You can be assured of ita aafety.
WE GIVE PERSOSALIZED SERV'CE
SMITHS SHIPPING SERVICE
MOVERS PACKERS & FREIGHT FORWARDERS
James Street, ___,
Bridgetown. Phono 3024.
Please giv,. us an BaMkortunta] to QKOU J sj for
"i\OHii-:\ f#. IHIHIO I Hit
An excellent product st a re;-unable price.
THE CEaVrilAle .MFMU1M
(CENTRAL KOl'NIfKY LTD Pmprirtnn.)
Corner of Broad A Tudor streets.
PLASTIC CHILDREN'S RAINCOATS
Al II US 1Kb
In lM* It. 3.. 3X
AIM rlulk b> Ihr rt In ptaln hiM
CHILDREN'S ANKLETS in all Colours
IIIOAUeVAV a:lli:SS SIIIIP.
Barbados Real Estate
a Hotel Ltd.
HAVE YOU GOT A
COLD or COUGH
IF SO TRY
i> i !
Cheat and Lunga. ate .
a la.1. S bedroon.i
Elac trarlty, apor lou
l.w gardena Priced
I,.. ... ifurnlahed .
living room vaTJ
PINE HOURS SI Mathaal
a houac. gtandlng in l*a
i I badrooma. verandah, draw-
ng room- dining room. batn.
miat. garage water, electricity.
C. CARLTON BROWNE
mioleaalc Retail Druiitst
136, Roebuck St. Ial JSII
and tia.age T
LAND Tai. Hi arroa of arable land
.1 %'jiaaall Road. lulUble for kitchen
garden IS arree al Lodge Road
At Pontabetla an lha aaa S arrea af
and tunable for Hearl I arree land
. n.ii beelda saaln road, with
Plater and llghla aV.lUhla Apt>l
U I * J"
la of Ebatra p i->m
.ale Ibal daanahle
arlUko-t ir>--B aLBK
f eeavchang and
tUagt aaal m. *
| and diiniig ""'
r and balh i
. bM t treea
ittotiod propartj i
up for ....
troal on F,lda> pMh
ne IPKl a' -
WOOD A NOYCE
*|<1*B l-HOI'ITBT A0B1CCL-
Tl'RAL BANK ACT. IMS
. rrellleri kaiaiaa apealall. llaa
ala.l BBDLAND riaatatlea ai
LI NOTICE thai we. A P a-'oi
King and S C araonldae. itunea
i Eiiata aa E T Cn. deed ewne
r abv.e Plantation at' about i
i a loan of A10JJS8 under the v-
year IPX to
so aaatan i
Agiteullural Aid. Act 1
COX eta I.
i n> n ii PIT DRESS SHOP beg
RMS -HI bar ckaat
i o\.(t i u r\i\
On >alc al
KSK.II1 > I IMI1I \<
SEE THAT YOU HAVE THE BEST
TAYLORS SPECIAL BLENDED RUM
(With the Distinctive Flavour)
Should be in every home.
It's an All-Purpose Blend
Sip IT TO ENJOY IT.
latflor A Sons I.Ut.
Principle and Purlin Fac-
tory Roof* covered with
corrugated galvanised Iron
28 ft span by 12S ft. long
D. M SIMPSON & CO-
13 6 50. tw
\ o i mi;
.INF I] al FORDSON PICK UP I Army Tjpel cin bt
M^n ;.i Spring Garden Bulk InilklUtlpn, Black Rock. Oflari
in wnlm, are lo be submitted to Mr. C I Skinner. Manager.
COME AND SEE THEM FOR
in attractive designs-
ICE CREAM FREEZERS
4-qt. and 8-qt.
FALKS COOKING STOVES
CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. Propn..o..
1K## S A CBeWNINf, ACHIEVEMENT BY BRINKING THE NEW CIUWN GISGER
MM)\Y. JUNE IS. 1930
B. 6. f. Kailiu PrograMr
P\.l fii n EN
T 11 r.
a 00 am Prutn
, m V>re*raene F
Tie New* II It y
it I) p m Ray
12 43 |> at Uden Farum.
< * p m
IH-li t> No. lltpiii
2 IS p m
MueM Magne. W p in Varied
die*. 4 aw ptn The Nm M n m
Irxrrludr 4 IS p m Runt.
4 JO p m *iiii0-<
1 II p m frair.mmt Pai-ntf* !
BBC B)-mnnanv Onhwi.. \i a m
P-wllen Platen. I 00 p m The Nm
. I" pm. Newa Anat>U III pn
Bouvanm of Muw. 1 u p m Peopii
->- itiD imrvd ma. I <10 pm
OMalOOi > it p m LMteneri
H 1 I'hiinr Hutu ai ih
InrOn-t Terum. a H
0 From Pace 5
because it It Mat afTvctdd on 1
windy day, but ptraonally I hki
toe larger ball In ggq
it saama wrung to b
American and British .hiTorrncc-
I ihmk it is time that w* afreec
on a standard ball.
There's No Need for Nerves
When You Are Pulling
The man who i #
on a pulling green 1, the luckiev.
man alive. But do your betl l,
nil yourself with coniuience. and
you're well on the way to finking
As to method, there ire two
things to rememberkeep the
body still, and never take the
elubhead back on the ouioue LtBw,
tavar you do with your
10 is p m Journey inu. Mriody If op ioulder and body The stroke
11 made with the arms and hands.
Take tht club back a shoii w.,v
M'- keep the left wrist braced, and tap
the ball (Irmly wtttl Um right hand.
The grip? Let each individual
Personally, I use the
--. rtvrrlap here. The Index
1 m "iWliiati AnjtT "1 'he left hard pirn I | -
Uw second finger of the right.
4u... tt,^ n0lMr.lhM.s ,ho ,ffect of
that strong rinht hand taking over
1 Bel hould be about lOma. apart,
rltll the right foot forward, and
right elbow into the aide Just U
I M WHI IV II
LV JUNE is l*M
I * New
tl I "-rally
<1e P IS
>l Sltf Phillip* *r*l hti t
I ittmnw Parade 11 It
n BOBM n,
i Rporti Review
3 00 |i m Piom U>e Thlnl pYmrrammr
00 p in The New. 4 10 p m
The. Daily Service- 4 15 p m Journey
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W.I. Score 525-5 vs. Notts
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LONDON, June 18
notch cnMilmi.iUon. th*
opportunities since the I gnu
tn ret no iftMliifl success
ike Lsn ilutton. ieiiia Compton, t>n
BUI Edrich have pgoved ovei and ovei
,v of ilic-u place, inn the
, | u kd < i ised bj the wr has prevented tl
I .... n InU) o.univ Mts, and
i ibe Orat of Ihb
on ii, het Team between
. .. M i
The lhlrt ** *l
and I' H II
,it the age of
Thr IMvri ,1. Mif" "" -"
.rlerlrd lor thr Tat trial and all
lulled to dMin.tr-h thrmselve*
Iron-art. the I amrtrlrt;. tpUla
Mas honrvi chosen tut the first
Trot match it Manchester, and
nude a namr lor hi.n>rlf In the
- .,i tti
Weeken With 279 Goes
Well Punt 1.000 Run Mark
INGHAM June II
i i .
today atTrc.it 1 third!
i i '
MbO " '''
in boom ground* woere
.., i.r sxatnpla, all u*
it,. | (..,,. broken the
Mart ol K<*u bowler
Now Um i ii m Bridge Author-
ise* have dldfd th.l- Ue>
v ill trv and Ukr thr iI.m m
. m| from the plUhea Iherr
. id so give bowlers moti aaaU
-.. i>ecadon *** leaehei
after a recent county iunf hid
. ndrd in a draw with an BggM*
cite of 869 run scored 'or the
i .-. of only eight wtcheU.
rimt nl Six
alone he r
,. More*. I
I play on a pitch
not n h ired aetnt
ThM wa-s tin llrst ot
of six matches played at Trent
Bridge trim season to end without
How the change 's
t. i* ehVeted will, it is understood.
[| centred on instructions to the
Ki. mid statt that the lapse of
between watering and the
i I* I IHT P1IWI ILK1
" 'I M,l t I
bopad Hi--- t '"
I the match ahall b<
rteiied and that there
ot the baavi
tonal* i mi-out
Weekr- drove a ball hard buck
to ike bowSes with W< rrell loliow-
uig up, but the ball 5l
howi.r i t.t an '
the wlehat with Wtnrell
wav down 'in- ..
They had put on ltd
mlopiea, and 9 tokos i
it -i been, s> on <>r Loie
use to the ocea-
ton wh" BngUnd,
.i led i'
in tha last two ^i\d ajalo Ln the
I the West Indies,
i id held up the opposing
t i.fmuwialrly lie take
over his runs and
i.- in nuinhei bC
if Uik bat or U
BOM straight on to
bowL ll cooblo Ih
i he has played a loof in-
idbu| has been
I It ll his work wl
lha bell thai b more nooded
I.rlv In Battini Order
Lb the probability .
thai he wttl hove more lima i
with or* i 'av a shor'
position would no doubt
that hi i worth u Bngland place
i ild Trafford
Tills follow the line-, ol l-
ruition given to the
Iraffflrd roundt.nun. hut the
.olUnsliam ihairman ml 'h''
Loaeaablro pitch. ..bout whjtol
John (.oddard the West I idics
i.ipUin, c.implalned. was not
dUeuaaeJ before omlnt to Ihett
Realising that the Trent l!iul<:c
pitch is full "I runs they have
. npfa lecided on a step whuh
i atsnien nnd bowlers.
The Ihird Test 1*1 ween England
and the Wast Indies starts here
o July 20. and it Is Iwlicved
tint any cxpcrimenU with regard
pitches at Trent
ii i id go w'lii not anTed lha
::tlength of the turf expected 10
bi- used for the lest.
The movaa ol i rteketei .......
one County to another haw DO-
iume so broquanl recently that
loma erluca nava grurnblad thai
too rerololaeenl ol the
in., transftr markel
nayere cannot, bawevor lust
le transferred from one County
|0 another Just a foothllers
change club*, for If a .rlcketer
v ii.he to make a ehanse. he has
I eel a '.pedal registration form
the M. C. C
100 in n mlOutl UK
eontui ol " ra "on at Preni
There WOI DO stopping ItM pace
gball proceeded lo add I
:..,!, tha lourth wh I
w,- nd Ooaea put
M n iiuti fi i the fifth
fortvfourth boundarj *
can net Waekf for les*.
than 60. thev are doomed to
lng him reach 20 Ah
season he has hit 304 not out, 181,
and now 279 On all <*
Ions he has been out f I
60. once for 59 nnd torfO
Todny he wa at the *
less than four hours, .: rl when
he reached 187 heranie the Brat
tourist to roach I...... tor U
the thini tin i had
The rainy apafjiher will soon
help more mosquv.<>es to bieeti
and make your Ufa a misery
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Tina M the followlnj prices -24c. 30c 44c 47c 60c.
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I m si Chi n ulactun n
ot Jeffrey's llcer and Btout ba\
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H day afternoon next
tfth ll.iibado* and hi to l' i uxis-
tered as S.R.S. Wren On Wednes-
day, 31st May the gtrll eiubarke-i
at the Aquatic Club for Connamari
IV, converted ML. on whuh
through the courtesy of the owner
the Enrolment was to be held
A little later Miss Marie l.ab.i
Commisbioner for Hangers, accom.
named by Mrs. Toppin nnd Boat-
swains Q. Davies and J. ChandhH
wan piped aboard in futva] sty I
Miss Laborde enrolled 10 B
2 of whom had not previousl.
bean Quldoa The ceremony heul
adoHt was a greai exparlanco '>
ihe girls, and gave them the
foaUng of really being "
i; 11. i- Kntcriained
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ISrtt Jinn' | H \>m and
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