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SUNDAY ADOCATE •• HALLS Of MO\T£II HA Starring: Richard Widmaik — Waller Pllancc with Reginald Gardner and Robert Wagner --1 NDA1 MAY 13. 1951 S i %  • %  • % % %  ,4 I • %  "*. 4-vrtf HUNfumi puma ITHE SHOP AT SLY CORNER A Play in J Acls By Edward Percy Directed by PRANK COU.YMOKR Product-.! I>\ THKROl.I) BARNES At the EMPIRi: TIIKATRK I MM. I6lh; Thurs. MMN S rrlcliy 18th. § MATINEE: J S CahU> gcdliwt MATINEE: V'ifn, imh May Hnnkinii 1)11,,,. Now J Op, -'-1C^'"WEATRE' : i To-day lo Wed. 4 4S&B >5* **L love KW**' Along with the picluie StC'rTS OF SCOTIAND YARD with E.i-ir BARRIERTREAT YOUR ANIMAL KINDLY We can supply False Collars 82.68 each Clipping Mufhincs 83.10 each CHECK OUR PRICES ON THE ABOVE i HI: BARBADOS IIMM'IIIVIIM roiTON i vnoin LTD. Hardware Department Tel. No. 2039 IIHVIII rl.lll CINEMA iM.mbar.Onry) MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA" \>. IRO Hau ritiax 'i i -"u T mi .-hu M..111 % %  B-SS KATIItB WBDr*DAT al I pm Jill 9 WH.I.IAMS IIARBARA HALS FIRST YANK INTO TOKYO" %'.', ',-,',',*,-.','.*.'.-, VV','#V,V,V.*.''/eVe',V,VV,V,',W*V.*.'' 1 i .Vf*.%'/ tiiiii' l/OM irtivt't FM.Y in II n.MIHMHIS to: U; TRINIDAD IN NTW VURK II I. M Ml '.I I'j W S Halls of Monteaima i-'-l Ttruuirni ftp mie-way % .0S FZ03.33 round trip 57 80 S3H8 07 MM HO nCHNICOLOR ALL feATRS II K I irlinc reservations, ticket you, and secure .ill hotel reservations. Phone INI or CM for all Information. HOLIDAY TRAVEL LTD. Main floor. CAVE SHFPHF.RD CO.. Rridirtown — Barbadoa Your Friendly Travel Agent LPMHK % % %  >.,-..;' ME —' -fta-a !" .''*~i' siss I ^v,v^^^^v/*v*y*^i-v^v>y^v^Vi. j ^^*..*^.*.''^.v W.W//AW* PLASTIC and OIL CLOTH CONGOLEUM SQUARES %  THE CORNER STORE ? Wm. FOGARTY Ltd. i /.• #•;./ / ># ion >/<••/ On fii'ri'i/iiiiK'v //!• Kind ml llt-si You &f "•/ WE HAVE JUST OPENED A NEW SHIPMENT OF Simmons Bedsteads Sizes 3' 3" and 4' 6" Plain and Panelled Slumber King and riexellent Springs In Sizes 3' — 3' 3 4' 6" Deepsleen Springfilled Mattresses Size 3' 3 Fibre Mattresses wi .••.> Feather Pillows IHittiinnhlf at — Win. FOGARTY Ltd. r %  •' V • \ • 4* • * ^ % %  jflgS A SECTION of the iiuerta who attended tbo recaption i by Hit Caribbean Coinml*loii • Hotel on Thursday night glren I M H AND MRS J 11 WIL KINSON gave a Cocktail Party at their home "Erin Hall". Bishop'* Court Hill on Thursday evening In honour of Hon. W. A Bustamantc. About fifty other guests were present Country Fair M ANY of the residents o' Si James have been working hard to make the Whit-Monday "Country Fair" at Hnletown P sucecss What with the wftdMi pirates and fortune tellers who will be on hand to add to tl.r colour of the day. it should le very entertaininn. Opening Night *TIE tlnal dress rehearsal <•'. i. "Tne Shop at Sly Corner*, the Bridgetown Players' next production, takes place this morning %  I the Empire Theatre. Open in* night is .Wednesday Vitj 16th. Trinifind Businessman %4 R. NESTOR BAIZ. Director of Bottler* Ltd. flew In from Trinidad yesterday morning by BW I A. .mil is a guest at the Orean View Hotel o thtr passengers arriving by the sam n plane were Mr. Louis Agoxtint and Mr Edgar Driscoll who are stayinn at the Enmore Hotel nd Miss Agnes Mutrle and MUs Btty Dlckson who IN staying at Cacrabank. May Wadding M R JOHN A. Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs, A. H. Wilton I of Upper Collymore Bock was married on Saturday May 5th at St. Mary's Church at 4 p.m. tn MUs Hlta Eileen Harrison eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Cordon Han-iMHi of 'Villa Una". HasOngB, The ceremony was performed by Rev. Fr. K A. Hinds The Drlde who was given |p marriage by her father wore a ilti-^s of embroideretl mganili Her rtnger tip veil was held ii\ place by a headdress of ornnge blossoms. She carried a bouquet of Queen Ann's Lace and pink roses. Chief Bridesmaid was Miss Brenda Smith whose dress was of bronxe nylon over gold taffeta Her headdress was a gold feather She carried a muff ef shambtirger orchids. The other bridesmaid* were Miss Sheila Harrison and Miss Norma Harrison. During the signing of the register the hymn "O Promise Me" was sung by Miss Doreen Ga-kui Best man was Mr. Gordon .Wilson. The ushers were Mr 'Cecil Harrison, Mr. Erie Morn* and Mr. Llonul Banncld. After jthe ceremony a reception was held at "Villa Una". Hastings |The honeymoon is being spent at Powell Spring. Bathsheba. Music Success M B.EE. HACKETT. URS.M a member of the Stall D. (Wesley Hall Boys' School who iv at present m England pursuing musical studies has been awarded his UT.C.L (C.M.T.) Mr | Harkett. who was given a British Council Scholarship in August. '19:"0. was placed first in th>OR aminalions. He was a pupil of Mr. Oerald Hudson, and played the organ at the • o'clock Sunday Services. M Accountant General R WALTER D CHARLTON. the new AMOUDtan arrived from England i,v tint.olnle Prlur to lus appointment line lie had been with the Finance lX'partnieni nr the Colonial Office. From 19*4 to 1B4S he serve*! as Chief Accountant. Paleslir., Mi Charlton was born in 1 and was educated at JarroW School and Skerry's College. New Castle. In 1913 he became a member or th* %  stair of Barclay's Bank Ltd., whrre he served until the outbreak of the 1914-18 war when he joined IH.KIIUV tin Military Forces. He returned to Civil Employ ami iifter the wsr and was attached to Indian Railways for three years after which he was employed fer the next five years as Accountant in the Royal insurance Company. In 1927 he entered tho Colonial Service as Assistant Auditor in the Fcderated Malay St.ites and twelve years later was transferred K Palestine us Senior Asslstpm Auditor. Undecided M B.^AND MRS FRANCIS O. HURT and their young daughter plan to spend a month at the Paradise Bench Club, before they decide whether they wili settle in l!an>.i England by the Ciurogne which lift Barbados yesterday. They will be away for six months' holiday, and during their stay, they will visit their son Peter who is studying engineering in Scotland. Brother and Sister M R. AND MRS CHARLES D NEWBOLO .iime %  doy by the (.ottilo from England ,md are remaining In Barbados for ishort holiday. Mr Newbold is .; brother Of Mn Hey, Stollmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Newbold were on their way lo Trinidad, but M"r. and Mrs Hex Stollmeyer who ar-> .TI Hirbados. persuaded l.'iem to remain on here lor a short Uy. Mr Newboki, who is Legal Adviser to the East A (man ll^gn Commission, is on long leave. Ho was a former student uf the Lrdg-i'h. il l( ,il had not visited Parbai tn, twarrt) hve '.. Mr. and Mrs Newbold n Ing with the Stollmeyer* nl St. James. Oth< passfangen Intransti bv Ihe Gollito for Trinidad yesterday l ere Hon. P. M. Renison. Colonial Secretary. Trinidad and aft Mnfer, a former Director ol Agriculture. He is on hit way to l. %  ifh %  Mr J. B Ferninde/.' Properties in Trinidad Mrs. Sharpe. wife i>( tinManager of the Royal Bank of Canada in Georgetown is also on the Oolflte. She will get off the boot in Trinidad and fly to R G Trinidad Arrivals M il. and MRS. COLIN JOHNSON and their two sons aeofffrey and Michael arrived from Trinidad vesterdny morning by B.W.I.A. They are staying with Mr. Johnson'.parents at Spencers, Christ Church. ii living from Trinidad yesterday were Mr. L'lrtc Cross. barristcr-at law and Mrs. Cross They are here for two weeks* holiday. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. White and son are staying at the Hotel Royal, and Miss Sybil Henry and Miss Ethel Smith, Miss Henry is staying at Leato.ion-Sca and Miss Smith at Crystal Waters. Mr. Joseph MacFurlane is staying at Gibbs' Reach St. Peter. Assist-int Public Relations M R R. HUGH YOUNG who IHlongs to the Information Department of the Colonial Office h.i.. been set:i inied in C M ..n.l \\ to the post of Assistant PubliReliitions Adviser Mr. Young arrived from England yesterday by the floMto accompanied by his wife. They were met at the Baggage Warehouse by Mr. and Mrs. P. Hewitt-Mvrtng. Mr. llewitt-Mynng i s Public Relations Aft vi SSI t<> CD. and W. Mav Settle Here M R. AND MRS. C GODFREE who have Just come from Surrey arc planning to settle In Barbados. They arrived from England yesterday by the Gotflto and are staying at Stafford House. Mrs. God free is the former Julia Scott who gave a singing concert in Barbados just four vears ago. Mr. Godfree at one Umt served for four years in the Indian Army. A Daughter C ONGRATULATIONS lo Mr. Mc.D. Symmonus. Manager of the Barbados Co-Opcrative Bank and Mrs Symmonds on the birth of a daughter on April 30th, 1951. THE BARBADOS POUCH ANNUAL SPORTS at KENSINGTON OVAL on %  "•! THURSDAY. MAY 31. 1951 at 3 p ITU I OF ADMISSION: Kensington Itand: VI ii I Is l/ Children ::: M i..-iv. Challenor Stand: 1/ice Band in attendance. MR. EARI. B. KAIKD requests the pleasure of raw company To A I'll M! at ST. ALBAN'S BOVS' SCHOOL. HT. JAMES OO WHIT-MONDAY. 14TH MAY. 1991 Mr. Hopple Jordnn'n Orchestra Admwloa /llin.uiR 12 noon %  pm KHrnhjaHil. on B.I.. Flouwd LINEN SPUN at-MORLEY NYLONS ct_. ARISTOC NYLONS atCHARNOS NYLONS ttt_ MASCOT NYLONS at„ _.$L77" 42.28" $2.0/ $2.12" .__$i.95..$2.2/._$2.23" $1.70* EV/IKS M WHITFir.MlS DIAL 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 I 5



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SCKDAt \l\\ IJ, 1951 SI NOW AliW't VII PAOI THIU GARIEMNfi HINTS FOR AMATEIRS FARM AND GARDEN The .,.rtl,n In MM SEEING CIRCLE IWng l .ommomal Palt'ri.s jrden bed %  h "IT the edge Uw beed do not look tidy, and they soon let In the grass. But. if the Locnl coral-atone hlnch* are em into suitable •rill ba rmmd thai mey i.trm ii neuter and more lasting -dge than mot thing* and woe>. otf "'"re reasonably in price than the Brtcw= Another advantage of using fhi* (oral stone Is that It is verv porous, and so t*. ;il!ows a certain amount of drainage from the bed Huw Tn Uae The Slime Blocks UM blocks meure 2 feet by I foot, and when ordering them be sure to insist on getting fine-grained well shaped blocks. To make the edge, each block must be rut lenulhu-iiy.' l" three. Thus your block when rut will I* In three pieces, ggeh n.opstning 1 feet long by 4 Inches mlck, by 12 inch** deep Now. each ol these UirM pMMI tBaaH be cut again lenorhu-ays in half so that your one block will ROW l>e In *u piece*, each piece measuring 2 feet long 4 inches tMek 5 niche* deep. ,re netting nice straight lines the block should be meas ured. and mnrks made on the %  tone for the saw to follow. T> tt and can be cut by sawing it with ;m ordinary saw. To saw up one block Into theae leniiths would lake a little over half-an-hour. IIH it will ba seen, that one 2 ft. block, will give 12 feet of edge tar the garden bed. By measuring vour bed, *tmple Ml%  III MI you bo* man) h.urk-stnnes yOU will need. So. then co" pta DM c I m afWHaT. % %  I h bed will i-t you lo %  Pulling The Kdr In Place As soon aa all the Blocks are *a n up iii Ihe required icngins, i ON top edge has been neatened of any rough unevennesa, the Job of putting them in place must be done. TnU is a simple matter, and no cement at all la required. The Ant step i s to stretch a UM along the edge of the bed. from one end to the ether. See th it this line Is quite level, ana %  I the height at which you want %  he top of the atone edge to be. Next, sooop out a shallow trench under the line. Just deep and wide enough to take the stone. I^it in the first one. raising or lowering It until Ihe top lies level Just under and touching the line. A few tap* with a mallet will settle and firm It. Now fill in on either side of the stone, rimming the soil firmly to hold the stone steadily Proceed in the same way with the next length of stone, placing It close to the firt. and continue In this bra* dowij the bed until all the starte., are (irmly in place. Finish off by raking ihm toil an aitfaer wide (bed and lawn) until all is level, and lust Ihe right height of edging is seen. At first the stone look* rather ntnrtlingly white, but it aoon becomes 'weathered', and o blends with the reat of the garden HV Ayri,..... WE VIMT A FARM Agrtre**: Good morning. Mr Jones, how are you this fine morning? Fsraarr Jeaee: Well, to tell the truth, 1 am whal people some times call betwixt and between how U yourself"' A: That preuy wall describethe state of my health. You know. I believe yen and 1 are not get ting enough of these green, leafy vegetables that put pep into one. And, sure enough, you hav c got Mm* useful nne< around here. ;< %  those young, soft tips of the Mveet potato vines and the leader pumpkin spires and look at that t:ne pigweed over ihere—well. ..II these make a tasty spinach dish when cooked up with some pork scraps or anytning of the' kind; you know we human* don't always appreciate the feet that health often lies at our ran door; Just asking lo be taken in 1 can lell you this, a dish of these. ,r garden greens indubitably with some o' those lovely yarn' you hav* Just dug. fish and a few There are three more • ecegntxer] method* .' gjrnvnt %  r .. i mueii th" easiest for a beginner. U with a commercial patt. ia .lose lo a standard stag H..w:>Tlcull to purchase a patter-. of the *>-le desired in the prnper IBM If you are "'in with a commercial pattern it great .aving of time to pin the pattern together and try It on a-i that you may make any alterations tn the pattern rather than 10 the cloth ftet rutttfuj if fofl have a Rood -*t of measurement-. you will And ti useful lo check your patlei n dh your mcasuie ments Alteration* are made by slashing and spreading your pa* tern to gain length or pinning in tucks to shorten The blouse is usually lengthened m be l..fcrn ith the end i f the tap* i ich" ui> bi yow afw i" I%  sure to meaaun then subtract 1" to make the armhole fall 1" below the armpit which It the Mai comfortable puaitton for a amooiV littm.-.lee\-e. Check your pattev with this nieasuremciit and add am neeeasar*!' length ^t I try ma off to the notches. Add %  Jhc i,imc Tiiount lo the POCKET CARTOON b, OSBBRT LANCAEti* t dear Omar. I'm "r notng 10 riant u-n another empt. tht Tecknlc.l .intr^n tonight." Ill for rhe CO* and. tlitr WBH dayi of lht or timllar far*. tho*c ir.crnlna chorci. such a* clf-anina . cew itall and all th* m*wy work around lh* yard, will **m hit* nolhlnl at all. Ti You may b* right and I w.II crtlrdy tell to* * wh Hill la Itront b*b*v*r in the ,,ld .aylnn thai the way to a n.an'. h*art l through hi. blomach. *t Mow. t*1l m. Hr. %  — and I am not here out of Idle curlo.lty but Menu* I "* JJ" .r.. a good farmer and w* can. i feel he of mutual auuitence In our" quest for knowl*dg*how largo is vour farm" F J; Alaput ten acrea. i'x in cane. me*TCf *e erop kf/bJJJ rMpM. ">y provisioiui * %  S /*S BTc^nd 1 am now prep-rout W plant yajria-itala yam month but I'm ... a little backward as the cane N taking longer to hawest this year. How many cows have nvM NOLAN a few inchaa above the waiat line. Alterations in the skirt lenfth are usually boot mnde hi two places namery at the hem line and half-wly between her. and waist Width over the hip* in the skirt may be added by starting the pattern from the hem to the waist and spreading the necessary amount a| the hipline tapering it nothing at the waist Thin will add lo the flare al the bottom ol the skirt but extra flare at the hem Ifl needed Id balance the large hips Sleeve and .rmhrile adjust • ments must be considered as one. The mc-^u.wiH-nta foi your un %  Id Ihe i osgTof the sleeve cur\ing • %  unihole excluding the teamI.A the Joeve cap nlao excluding l'io slecvi' < ;i than Ihe '.' uh it will be diil.rulL to el m the llfliiwi Miioothly without gather* and i %  II -loo flat un appcaran.xlarge abdomen it I %  i l>otli in • front waist and skin. Tho quart lity added to the skirl should be If added at the waist and half .it the hem. M in the shoulder •earn length of the pattern are %  M la by stji tinti fi.'in mid way .ui me shoulder nvam lo but not through Die armhole jun above Ihe notch and eitht. spreading or lajMMng at tha caa may bo. The ahou'der seam i. then -tralghlenod by a straight line fn.m the -h..older at the MdUtfM to Hie shoulder at the Donl foiK-n to alter for both I frt and hack shoulders No aaeflitlOII ha-b<-.-n mnde ;.f bufltllne alterations as it is wisest to rmv a pattern to thn luiatline site %  %  itial pattOgM int'iodi fbi layouts for cutting and for order bly Which Is very helpful |q the %  .i draaa n,..l.< .11 Ofum I* able to BflVI nver ihe amount called fur I %  tin pattern tint the U' II do areil to talloa th msiiuct..iis ea<'.i. Next Wefh will explain tin method of using a bftafil r bflM u.ittet n for culling Cookery Corner For Ihll week I am going to give von n tew recipes of small cakes ALMOND IIORSKSIIOK !0 Big. fl"ur 7 ozs margarine nr butter ilnced almonds or other vaniiia imnm Sift the flour, rub in the fat. add the sugar. nuts and %  t. %  I f vaiii.l. Ki %  a douah. Hreak off walniri roll Into a linger shupe, bend into u horse-shoe Bake 10-15 minutes in a modei ate o v e n. While still hot, sprinkle with icing sugar. mem < AKES 8 ozs. Hour 4 osa. brown sugar •l SMB. margarine or butler 1 egg '. lb. currantt. ri gill 1 teaspoon lime Juice powder. Stir In the sugar. Bub in the fat. atir in the currants. lime Juice and sherry. Beat the egg. mix well Into the other Ingredients. Place little heaps of the mixture on floured and greased baking tin. Bake In a moderate nven for about 15 minutes. NUTTKRR 4 OTS. margarine or butter a-4 cup brown sugar 1 egg beaten 1 cup grated coconut 4 ozs. chopped nuts 3 cups crisp corn flakes. Cream butter and sugar. Add the egg. coconut and nuta. Carefully stir in the Drop a dessertspoon of mixture in each paper bun cate set out on a baking sheet. Bake in a modcralo oven for SO minutes. cornflakes. baking powder. >m. and add haklti tpX0** A: you? FJ: Only U-o. ore iheavv In calf and practically dry. Ihe other ia a young heifer, not long bred for her second calf and she haa not yet reached full milk Ing but we have enough for the house and a litUe for a neigh bour. A: Don't you think it might be wise to Increase ahe number' Ciovernment is launching a nig dairy scheme and. presumably. thH means an assured market for all the milk you can produce with little or no risk to yourself. Mixed farming or Iht marriage of crops and stock, y. know. Ifl good buslneaa since It diversifies your enterprise. r J.: Might be a good thing but the trouble is the feed. It la nut easy to get and e price is ver. high. A: Well, what about the cane tops Have you investigated ihe possibilities of preserving them in a prl silo and mixing them with pigeon pea forage for ex ample* Such a mixture Is Hen %  n all tie food elements, is very palatable and will certainly save vour feed bill very considerably Why not have a chat with the agricultural officer in your area 1 am aure he could help with a demonstration and advl>* MR) from the results of experimental work at his Station. FJ.: Of course, (here Is the labour problem too. Labour is not only high but fitful as regardwork and more help will be necessary f nty farming actlvities ar increased I am. mysell. ( not an young as I used to be But that's a point we might dis cuss next week. I must sign | off now. I DARTWORDS START HfRE 1 -\HIH was I v. *end you on a Journey from II \ '4 M U V IO PICABDY nil* mean* you have 'o arrauie the 30 words so -.hut thay sum aim Banbury and end *lih Pioardy aad the relationship between nv word and Uie on. next to II Is governed by one of Hi rules. Ifou are lass llkclr u> lose your wav )t you bear in mind that Tennyson's is not *h-only kind ot Brook ..no Mrs. Johnson ond Mrs pumsoll had similar ta^iea in Cbrlstiao names for their progeny RULES 1. The word ma* ba an anagram of Ulc w.rd tkuu prucedca it. J. It mar DP a svnonvra ol tliu word uui prpcedos n. 1. It may Be achieved Dv adding one letter IO tubtrac'inn one letter from or chang-ng one tetfer in. tha onvi-iling ord. 4. II may be aamK-iated with the precedint] nurd n a saving, simile meiaphor or aaaoc ution of Ideas y It ma* luini will) the preceding *ord. Hie name ol a v.i'11-knuwn i-'i-.n or place in fael or fiction. a. It may He associated wltn the precf-dinu word in the title nr action of a book, olar or other composition. W[W' No rue mi., oe tnvokro more 'bkui iwios loiuiiuiittrlv. A typical .'iiccesalon of words nitphi be: Oather Cull Gull Gull — til lean Maatery — 8WHV Master ...lull.. i. Tuesdat MASS FOR PEACE VATICAN' CITY. \1..\ (t VatieaU ad easeK a <.|eeinl Man t"V peace I'. ter*l I' %  dally at KeuU-r lo moJtib you. lavtiu iHJT POND'S PONaVS COLB) CBEAM to cleanse and soften your skin. reNava VAMISHIMC CaUEAM to protect your skin by dy aad to hold your powder matt gjCi&r aj^ "B^u^y '•ftodu^t* POSD-s WAl*. M*>Ri cUnging, perfumed, sceinliflcally blended, for a glamorously matt complexion. F#N'* LirSTICK tmooths ao easily onto your lips; the rich vibrant colour stays on and on and on. Hero is a range of beauty products used by lovely society women everywhere. Simple and inexpensive, they ars all you need to keep you looking flawlessly lovely, feeling your very best at all times. You will find them at all the best beauty counters. gmmsmm fyn \Li('ii D\r' '^aaW^rf CT^aln ^ •f?/rVAj f dreamed I da need a ballet in mu rnaidenfbrm bra 0/ "."iroge SMaaft, -/"-im ./".>; I'm •—irin?. Itapjng. Imrlin/i uhirlingf 7aV tpO$Hght\ an air...kept in beautiflt '•f.nil-nfumi* gVtl 1/ m a ./m/mci of a dintm -if a hra wk %  fi tikt \f>,ul*nform'.. SfcoI ,,' | |fl w§u,s u„„ t tfud-mfir'-i l**%„r, r % % %  m.iJ, „nlf m (A* ViulrJ Stuttt of Amrtua. 'H„ i fm i-f rim* .. g 'maiden Tarn %  >-<•/ fan* RHEUMATISM f and agonising BACKACHE GONE) Suffarera from rheumatum will be Interested ID tha esperlence related in this rimn t letter — yea, OfcifU.lc ceanprailnl* r-1rava d by NR IIS CHEN two i~hegii.~to faal rhaumatlara lo my arms and shulil->n. Than pains atartc,! In the nmi.ll of my hack, increnxln* until ihay wra reallv never* I bought a bottle of Kniachon and waa aurprinfd t find that 1 got a little relief. I bought another and horn re tt >M ftBlaned all my pains had gone and from that day have not appeared again, aly rains wnre obetlnato and tha relief reallv unrprised n"-T.R. in the blood pot anna which 1av boeela and tired kldnaya am railing to expel For these .omplainta there la no bner irearment than KruS'-hen Saita which cleanses all the Internal organs, stimulates them to normal healthy action and thus restores froauaaa aad vigour. •All Phatntata and Slorae.aaU KruKEls w So beautifully easy. . so easily beautiful because Brylfoani cleansea so ihoroughly yd to gently, your hav \* uifincd with new r4un,c, new ipaiklc. Let your mirror ieH the nory—the .tory of glowing. gKi.-iouj hairheallh! And how wondcrfull. manageable Hivlfoim makea vour hair, how rconomu-al it i.. loo. Remember tha .predy. creamy lather twutt every type l hair — dry or irrjty, dark or fair. Ask foe BryUoam ao.1 |M I>ow beautiful your hair can be! In tubes, the aawafy and ihe iJtp tanomy Mac. there's more foam in BRYLFOAM. THE OIIOINAL CHAM SHAMPOO IN A IUIC MACLEANS IPSii^^JDlS TOOTH PASTE keeps tflSlS'Jia ^BUTOIS and healthy fmpi CHECK \>:-:CAY OiMKili \ I TAiTCS voox t so tn/mc J \ cvoD BARB. M IK ^*/4. use, Palmolive Soap as Doctors advised for m Brighter, Trailer Complexion! Dufioii stast fflBJ Pal-ne!..* , r ... .m. 0 .. tempi*...eg ntaaaateatf la .-un, -o,i o.l. .k.n lefts |sja ige i fc| *- mm -Sf-eVlull, b.. t M-. Cean.leei,*-,, ,., NN ,, f,-„ MlHlHiMPialaaaa3LatQ^ io do oi 36 aa tpeciall.lt '2 fe.to.Mo.A n IJ, n| THE ARGON IDEA roil PERMANENT TROPICAL BUILDING SO FAST SO EAST SO ADAPTABLE \4' Cimntrui tiimnl I'riru iplr Effort* Imuzin^ Vinir Saving 1 patted for •oi -•! .I*M •f-ce-'-i'-.n-p-fi Iheociiiliitti ilw trite. ltit tept dn lo a minimum thai M.m fi.rK.lms. it laMl %  taboai fwm approimalcl> •e.en !.. IB BSD Jlljy bMSaOal builJinii Irjincwork. give height* of 9 11 or 15 A U) The ctunpleic Amm itnMaBM ll rablalt, •.ntproof, fcrmitepr.i..I jn.l pna inoCKtructihic V.nh ihcsnecuHy deigned hcat-insulaiing interior Kh'tin,:. it pre, dea .1 cool, Mrong htiildinv'. 1 scrv-ce 111 th-iri-ric. ;mil Mlh-IMpl.. I. 'I, jr-mpii* tl*ftimt OSBIVA f •!•/-' Bmrbttdt.THE CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.. P.O. Boa M. ..rideetown. BARBADOS TAYLOR WOOOflOW (BuiMint Egaajrts) it.. mmu SPaBffi uaaaMiN *i INOIANO 'ST'Mf agrOM IHIIIIIN-, baa been designed *nh \peiial cmphaUi on the three points ut j>iiipubility. rase and speed of n h. .in unskilled labour force i -Ira IU)%. cavh adding another lOlt can be u(ili/cd In "c jn. tcyuired length ffPg. gfUlllatfvlrffaM lcsupplied*ith columns 10 ARCON STRUCTURES % 



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fAC.f. FOIR St'NDAY ADVOCATE M'SDAV. M\Y 1:1. 13I THE FAMILY SOAP O Gel-, skin really dean O Banishes perspiration odor leaves body sweet and dainty LUCKY NOTHINGI useRilmolivcBrilliantine to condition and groom my hair! AdrillymjuiarwIihPjImoliK'llrlllijn* rlnr HkM dry il.in,)) nil . keep, your hiilr *ofl. 1 tout, hcullhy-looking alwavif PAIMOUVE BRIIUAN TINE M FDR IHr.Wfll.pRllOMED LOOK steel Manufactured to the well-known Brockhouse organization ond_ ipeciallv dcsiii"cd to meet the exacting requirement of plan-* Utlon work In the West Indies, where contouring and draining. of land is practised. F These Cnnc Trailers are equipped with large diameter 10 ply rear tyres, and positive brakes, and are capable of carrying a 6-ton pay load with safety. Speci/tcations: — 5-ton 4-whcelcd Sugar Cane Trailer. Main Fromr:—10'—0" long x 4'—6" wide, from i members electrically WalOan Gooseneck Assembly:—of 4" I.D. heavy service tubing. Side Frames: —of steel channel with bolt fixing. Draubar—of ratal channel, cross-braced and electrically welded. Bear >lxle Equipment:—3" sq. bed, straight-through axle, with journals; titled 6-stud roller-bearing hubs. All steel disc wheels, 8 00 x 28. Fran; Axle Equipment:—2Vj" sq. bed. straight-through axle, with journals, filled 5 stud rollerbearing hubs. All steel disc wheel. 4.00 x 10. ruin-: II'UH "We know that there are cheaper trailers on the market, but If vou are Interested in a unti which will give entire satisfaction in both WET & DHY WEATHER, we invite you to come in and examine these specially" designed trailers." JAMAICA V6 BARBADOS FOOTBALL NEXT WEEK 3-Day Cycle ami Athletic Meet By a t f.OPPI\ T"VIE Jamaican footballer* are due here on Friday this week and for the first time in its history a HI team will in Barbados do battle tar pMtl,.ill rumours. Although the team I* not a Jamaican represema \J ^k live team In the utricle*! aense of the word, yet W ^ Kiiiicton C.C. football tram and Melbourne football Hub. the two lending senior learns In Jamaica, have contributed no fewer than eight .ill-Jamaica players m the team while the rest are all nrst class players. CHAMPIONS K INGSTON themselves were this year's Senior Division champions and so the Tests will provide a competent testing ground both for the respective merits of the teams and for a critical look at Ihe standard of Barbados football. Sportsmen will welcome this move to infuse some life and spin! into Barbados football and lest It be though! that there is no appreciation of the fact that a tour outside the island would be the Uft tnsjdkJDl for Barbados football, it must be stated that the Barbados Amateur Football Association officials agreed to this tour only on condition that it be on a reciprocal basis. So that, if ihe Barbados team comes up to expectations there is little to prevent their touring Jamaica later this year. NOT WILLING INTERCOLONIAL TOURS are more or less arranged on a reciprocal basis and as far as I know there was no colony willing to take the chance of inviting Barbados on a reciprocal basis except Barbados proved that their football had reached such a standard that would make their visit an economic outlay un the part of the colony extending the ln\ I This invitation to Jamaica is the first move in that direction and will not be lacking in support either from the sporting public or from ihe footballers themselves. Probable selectees for the Colts XI and Ihe thre* colony names have been practising hard under the direction of Mr. G. Wllkes. They riavr been practising heading, tackling, trapping, passing, charging, dribbling and ball control. GRAND PRACTICE TO-DAY '"TVi-DAY they stage a full dress rehearsal at Kensington when they X will practise team tactics. Whatever be the outcome of the tnurnamen' thin (raining will certainly not be wasted since the member* of the various clubs have been carrying back the fine points of this training with them and I have seen at least two clubs practicing trapping and charging. In addition to this, the added confidence which it must instil in the minds of the players themselves and the fact that they will have been playlnc. together for three weeks instead of meeting for the first time at Kensington in a Colony game, should enhance their chances of putting up a good show. JAMAICA RKADV J AMAICA || ready to challenge lolomes in the West Indies to football tourmes. As a matter ol fact there have been certain "feelers'* sent out In the direction of Trinidad. Jamaica have themselves visited Haiti, and here is Barbados' chance to regain a place on the Inteicolonial football map. footballers will be given a chance to Indulge in positional play Mmc the 1'ickwlck Cricket lnn authorities have agrcea to extend the present field considerably anu bring it mere in keeping with the requirements of first class football. CYCLE AND ATHLETIC MEET T HE newly formed Amateur Athletic Association of Barbados arc breaking new ground for the staging of a three-day Intercolonial Cycle and Athletic Mcctinn. 1 am hoping that this Meet receives llie public support It deserves, since 1 have always urged the Association to try to stage u three-day Meet, lui although the Association has been able to clear their expenses foi the most pan in tneir iwu day Intercolonial Meets. yet they have never been able to realise any apprtdabM profit, it any at all, to build a fund. A THIRD DAY T">1JE answei lo this was a third day, in my opinion. They should JL be able to cover their expenses on the first two days and the proceeds from the third day's meet will be nearly all profits. A seven.man contingent, all cyclists of the rtll Stars Sports Club of Trinidad arrived here yesterday morning by the S.S Gascacnr. They were Lennox Longe. itupoxt peters, Horace Boyce, Freddie l>' Pe*a, the twin brothers Alric nnd Uric Lewis and Herman Bernard Othellu Patera, sprinter from the Trinidad Police Constabulary arrived by the same opportunity. KOI (ill CROSSING rf^ONSTABLE De Peza. manager of the cyclists observed that while *^ the boys had left Trinidad in very good form they had had a rough crossing and most of them were seasick. He was fairly certain however that they would be fit by Monday. I do not think that we have a match for Trinidad's Irwln peirce OV.T the long distances yet. but Hunte and Denny should constitute good local opposition in the middle distances. FARNUM AND STUART F ANNUM and Stuart, the leading "A" class cyclists can hold their own anywhere in the West Indies to-day and so there is no hope of our being disgraced In this department. There will certainly be a duel with a distinctly local flavour between Stuart and Famum. Sporting circles here are wondering whether Farnum can now/withstand the efforts of Stuart to wrest the leading position among Barbadian circles from him. However the weather has been kind and I am looking forward to three days of very good Intercolonial cycling and athletic*. Bailey Breaks 220-ytl Record nil-: MI.VM:H NEYv BLOOD Among The Owner* As Well As The Horses it? BOOKS %  day many years ago when I 'as walking through the Turf Club paddock I bet his "cork" other horr The "cork" rethe large helgentleman in question was wearing iid while it was indeed a new hat it was not that which Impressed M n as the way In which the gentleman expressed himself introduction in this gentleman as well as the last ime 1 saw him at or nenr the race ir.iek until comparatively recent In the interim I understand he became one of the best known, and certainly the most voluble, of pavilion cricketers in the Island, altm.ugh, I am also told, he could use the willow to good effect in Second XI matches. His Jests became weil known in nearly every pavilion there is in this island and those who escaped being hit for six on the field could hardly expect a similar fate when they retired to the stand should they for one minute find themselves in the limelight. The gentleman off-drove and hooked with a reckless abandon that not only *tamped him as a master of repartee, but often had nearly everybody i oiling in their seats and splitting their sides with laughter. In latter years, although cricket still remains his first love, the trends of life removed this gentleman from the precincts of Kensington Oval and he look up his abode in the vicinity of. or perhaps one might say nearer lo. the Garrison Savannah. Alas it cannot be said that what was cricket's loss has been racing'* aain, for the simple reason that cricket has not lost him The fact is that the main part of racing is indulged in duetag ihe early morning while cricket is : i ved in the afternoon. Hence our friend has found lime for both. Nevertheless his interest lu racing has been very welcome and although | ihere is no equivalent in this sport for the term pavilion cricketer, he has served the fraternity In a similar capacity only too well during the past year or two. One of the most notable u( his accomplishments I can think of has been ihe silencing of some rather puerile but persistent chatter which has frequented the Grand Stand since I can remember racing in this Island. As the watching of numerous horses going around the Savannah is %  pastime which allow* QM much tune for thoughts of other matters. we have often benefited considerably from the gentleman's knowledge of worldly affairs in nearly every sphere of life. That his fare ol knowledge extends over a wide field is only natural seeing thai gtoeg the day I first heard him talking about betting his "cork", his activities have been varied. During the American occupation, he soared with the eagles but since then has changed over to the down to earth "' %  % %  %  -%  ol i uiuiing .i Cum anil i.... k bur .m.l nn.,11;. wound up With a Chinese Restaurant on his hands. Having therefore exchanged cork for eagles, eagles for cows, and added chop aucy. it is not surprising to learn that this gentleman is now going in for horse flesh. It is therefore with singular pleasure that I introduce you today to the newest owner in the racing game: none other than Mr. E. C. "Teddy Jones, owner of Barbados Dairies, proprietor of the Green Dragon Restaurant and now also owner of the English thoroughbren Ml.v ltd Cheeks. "Take a bow Teddy!' A ND now for some news about the filly. Although on the email iside, she seems wen proportioned enough and perhaps in a raw months time she will look so different that we might not lake her for the same horse. She was a winner In England last season and ran was few _...ing. She is bv Linklater out of Golden Carp by Cameron Ian out of Flounder, by lluchan out of Flo Will, by Flying Orb. The only dam of winners In the first round Okapi ran into Flirt and demasted her among the above is Flounder which produced Bombay Duck, a useful after snapping a stayFlirt was towed to the Aquatic Pier **""£',. h E ? "" d J"i .?.V nri ,9S J nul ., „ ,„,„ ni „ ha F K ", .. X. . . %  ,-a j . Red Cheeks ran eight turns in F.md.u.d last MMOQ. winning her* by a launch while Okapi, which was disqualified, dropped m ly race In the SandgatNursery at Ayr last September. In this out Of the raOC. -vent she defeated a field of eleven runners over six furlongs, the Jack Badley'g War Cloud scored leading at the end of the first lap. Makes beiny worth C2H2 In h. r aavtfl other starts, the best she could her first victory this season in She finished this lap one minute manage was 6th place in the live furlong Star and Garter Plate at the B" Class She give three and 40 seconds ahead of Magwin. Hurst Park. She also ran ov.-r : furlongs and a mile in her last two minutes to Ranger but eventually which overtook both Peggy Nan starts last season. For further comment on her I must wait and nee defeated Banger by a minute and nnd Fally. and was second. Folly how she shapes up. .Tci mmZJs ,S MA SE3" bX^'SuiSta! X ACCOMPANYING Red Check, out Iron, En,..„d .h, ta.. Blabwhich k well %  In the others in order were: Peig> Nan. •*• consolation prize filly 1-rcttv Way. which lias been purchased up .n c#nw t, K4.ni. Gannet. which still by Mr. Victor Chase. In contrast, she is VAN IHORNDMU skippered by her owner Raymond "Burk" Murphy, won In (he "D" Class at the Royal Barbados l ... in Clubs Nlnlh it. in. yestrrtfay evening In ihe background Is the || M.C S Magnificent" whlrh recently visited Barbados. 'Okapi' Collides With -Flirt' War Cloud Scores First Victory (By Oar YMhUnt CorrnpoDdenl) THE NINTH REGATTA of the Royal Barbados Yacht ';.?'" ">' !" r •*" !" ml " gu, b .T ,'" '"' %  hcr '" %  < "" Club was hd in Carlisle Bay yesterday afternoon The XhTas SS %*£?£S.1? S?tt£Vl£2. I^'i,' race was south about in a medium to light wind. One accident marred the evening's sailing. Mid-way in' first round Okapi ran into Flirt and demastcd her after snapping a stay Flirt was towed to the Aquatic Pier averages. Nine boats started in the "B" Class but two dropped out early First to complete the first round was Ranger which completed the round ip 33 minutes. War Cloud was second a little over two minutes behind and third wa* Fantasy. "Fantasy" Lend* Fantasy received two minuter from Moyra Blalr but she >vas '>nly leading Moyra by big upstanding animal .addle and well made als> i front.' nth plenty of power behind the i She too is a winner in England. By Way In out of Chilton, by Uastur out of Charwoman, by Apron out of Lady Earn, by Bridge of Eani out of a Ustcrlin mare, by Bulioi out of Cairngorm, this filly apK< ir to be bred on staying Imcv Tha*. .she is obviously this way inclined, is .seen from the fact that she WH inl.-xd in, and won a mile race as a two-year-old. This was the had the lead on Cyclone, VainouM,.r.d Scamp. Cyclone gave Scars five minutes and Vantoo*r 01 ndnute. Mas win completed the two laps m one hour. 18 minutes and 27 seconds, three minutes and 33 mmm >••. auu nun %  nine mw feconds better than Mk'tbeliavr Trafalgar Plate at Sundown Pain in October last and from a field ol Cyclone's tune for the race was eight, she appears to have won easily. It is seldom that two-ycur-ul.l-> OSM hour. U mirmles and NHB ..nsfiit ov.-i ,i IIMUI( id.-, %  .... %  m>l thought to be belter at this diatant-a seconds, four minutes and 33 secthan at sprinting, and it can be guessed what her connections must onds better than Gannet. have been thinking. In her other five starts. I'relty Way did not place. Dauntless won in the Intermebut most of the remarks against her name in the form book anow Hut diale Class. Nine boats started, she was improving because they got better each time she raced, until seconds. Fifth was Rascal which Dwu ,Ueae, along with Invader and aba finally won. started level with Moyra. Glpay Eagle were lust to atari Dauntless Her pedigree is interesting from the point of view that she comes nid Mischief started together but madt glKK i UM 0 f her early Marl from a line of mares who threw good winners, but not necessarily Gapay gradually crept away and am | wail ntB t to complete round anything very outstanding. However, that the line has been consistent, wa* now about 14 seconds aheai nne. She had 0 lead of two and i* something which local breeders should note for future reference. By the end of the second lap, B half minutes on Eagle. Third The first dam of winners we come to is Charwoman. She produce.! War ('load had overtaken Ranger. wi „ Invader, followed by Reen. n i. i M willMr, Mrs Mops (bv Colombo! who won three races in She had a lead of 43 seconds while Dawn. Gnat. Mohawk, ('wron 1.143 valued £7261. Next Charwoman was herself | winner being amor | Moyra Blalr went into third posiMU nnd Clyllr Dawn U irtud ., bunch of sight throwp by h.-r dam Lady Earn. In fact. Lady Earn >n and was now a few seconds Wlln Mohawk but Quickly pulled Manu to have been .1 regular producer of winners ttetween the years LONDON. May 12. Mai Whllficld of America. 800 metres Olympic champion won Ihe 8B0 yards internaUonal event in the British Games at the White City Sladium, London, to-1l.1v, in 1 min. 53.7 sees. De Kroon of Holland finished MCOBd in 1 min. 54.1 sees, and It. Pcarman of America third In I min 542 sees Hoger Bannister, tho Oxford Blue, repeated his recent United Slates triumph when he won the mile international race in 4 ns. .2 sees., the fastest time he has ever clocked for this distance in Britain, R. A. Morley of Britain was second In 4 mins. 13.8 sees, and II Hailing of Holland third in 4 mins. 14.4 sees. Browning Ross of America, winner of the Pun American 15uC metres 1 hampionship was badly bjaaten mi 0 fifth place. In the 220 yards. MacDonald Bailey cunning for Britain broke the record. In ideal conditions. with no wind and on a track tha*. had dried out well after the recent heavy ruin, Bailey clocked 21.2 seconds, two seconds outsldo his British National record. Herbert McKenley of Jamaica, the world record holder lur Uw 440 yards was second, and J. Lammers of Holland third. Uailey'g victory was u great triumph In view of his hopes for the Olympic games In Helsinki next year, but H was some' what marred for him by his baby son's illness. He rushed from the track lo the 11> ;.|.ii:il immediately aftei his race He had sportingly offered to run aa he did not w*nt to let down fans. —Rrater ..I .-ad <>f FanU.->. Raeal \..r%  > I RFSt, followed by Glpay which had increased her lead on Mischief by over a minute. War Cloud kept her lead throughout the final lap, completing the three laps in one hour, 44 minutes and 57 seconds, four minutes and 46 seconds better than 1: Lii.:.T Moyra Bla>r was third and Gipsy, which overtook away and left her. Final Lap Cor one tU sailed very well in the final lap and overtook all except Dauntleis. She also is now very high in the averJties. DMIIIIleaa defeated her by many mm utes Dawn mushed third, a minute behind CoronrtU. The "D" Clogs victory went In *'isn^y7'fourth' FaaUuVy"came in Van Thorndjkr with Raymond fifth, followed by Mischief nnd 'Jluck" Murphy nt the her. 1925 and 1938, but again m-.l. .1 mini.-rate performer* Out of the total ..f [4,6201 won by her foals only Earn Hill (by Spion Kop) and Spend .1 Penny (by Apron) managed to top the £ 1.000 mark. In turn Spend .1 IVnuy became a dam of two winners of small races while anotheof Lady Earn's brood. Fortunate Lady, threw five moderate winners. The next dam in the bottom line of the pedigree, the Lesterlin mare. Ahuh w;is unnamed, is the one which has the best record of all as a nrood mare. In all she produced six winners of £ 18,111. most notable of which was Amethystine (by Haim.ul! > which won six races including the Kempton Jubilee, a handicap worth £2.500 in 1925. Here B notice that stamina prevails. It is also notable how const. tent were this mare's off spring as the following list of thenwi nni ngs -hows: Quarryman (by I*rospector) 8 races vnlued £2,257: Ladv Earn seablril (by Bridge of Enrn) 4 races valued £2.322; BrufT Bridge (by Rrida.K.IM.II Thorndyke started "C" Class honours went to Colin but quickly pulled away from ,',,£,„,) 12 races valued £5.822; Scotch Jewel (bv Prospector) 1 race Bellamy's Magwin which defeated her. She was the first lo comvalued £171. the onlv one under ihe thousand pound mark: Amethys Mmbrhave by 45 seconds. Magplele ihe first round, a minute Iine (bv Hainault) 6' races value,! £6 362; and Conde (bv Halnault) win gave FoUy three minutes, and 30 seconds ahead of Rainbow, g races'valued £1 17? Coming third in this class was Seablrd was 45 seconds behind Cyclone skippered by Denis AtRainbow while Buccaneer was FOR TIIK JUNK MEf.TING kinson. which once again whipped fourth, followed by Olive Blossoaa T*HE TRACK is beginning |o look alive on mornings as a few horses Gannet after giving her four about seven seconds ahead of prepare for the June Meeting. I think there will be about eleven minutes. Imp which gave her three min going uver for this fixture and I number them as follows; Notoniie Fleven Started utes. Slnbad camo around last and Fuss Budget, the former having been sold by Mr. Donald Scott to Eleven boats started in this Buccaneer, wiih "Fnfnc" WilMr. Charles Paarce during the week; Mr. Bourne's Rebate, Nan Tudor, class. MlMbehave. which started Ham-, at the helm, went on t3 Arunda and Usher; Mr. Chin's Court O' Law. Catania and Cross Roads; with Peggy Nan end Felly, was On Pate 5. Mr Cyril Barnard's Best Wishes and Cross Bow. The man who didn't know •. ECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAY STREET 'ilcllo, where's Busier roJay?' 'Oh. he preferred unoo/ing indoors. I don't know what's BOOM over lhai puppy 1 No lift in him at all, and his coal lookicrriblc'. 'What arc you doing about it>' 'Doing about It? A dog van look after humclf, -urcly! I must just have pkked a dud. thit's all. But lie looted tine when wc got him'. Tbafl "here you're wrong. He ti a fine pup. but he can't look after himself, the way wild ;inimsU can. It's up t.> jnu n do -omcihuii; il vou've lei him gel in *uch a bad *utc. Sow, whit I give ludv ben' '1 musi wv :.hc always 1 lovely coad r lka V H.*B MARTIN**. 'Condition— that's thcaniui-rl A dog needs tegular conditior> ing 10 seep really fit. Try giving BttatCI Bob Martin's Condition Tablcl* dailv and you'll 1000 have him straight again. The stuff in them—vitamins and minerals and so on—docs a dog good njiiirally by purifying his bka and toning him up generally". 'Bob Martin'*, eh? I've heard Of them". 'All dog* need Bob Martin's and they're particularly miportani CM pup*. t %%n them oft" wtll, and 10 build healthy bones and lecth. Judy has ihem regularly, and she's seven now". 'I'd never have guessed 11. Bob Martin's has certainly done her proud! 'I hankfor ihe lip, and I'll DUNLOP <^ MOTOR CYCLE TYRES for extra Performance -.t 1 1 today'. I. M. II. MMIHS i( Ol I I) HIDOITOWN UAHEADOS BHUISH WilT INDI1I BARBADOS TURF CLUB The followinir amendments and additions have been j; made to the Official Classification for Summer Meeting. ; 1951. which was issued on 30,3 51:— B.I. Sunny Game B.2 Seawell C. 1. Fabulous Landscape C. 2. Sweet Rocket at Lady Belle K. 2. Suntone r. I. Flame Flower a i. Qavotta D0WD1NG ESTATES & TRADING COMPANY LIMITED Subject to change in the event of any horse taking part in any Meeting prior lo the Barbados Summer | 1961, | :'.iir,i',:'-^r-.'.v.^'.^r.^^ .:: w i w c u t <


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SUNDAY, MAY 13, 151 SUNDAY ADVOCATE l-Ai.l FIVE OKXP1 COLLIDES a> 1 tun. Fiif overtake Mmbuvcnui SfM finished second, Jbehind Van Thorndtke Thiru i on :.. \\ Aim I 114 MEET %  ng The Tenth Ri R.B.Y C. will be sailed on Thurs day. May 24 at 1 00 ML tlM Eleventh on Saturday. May 26 at 2.30 p.m. and the T %  Saturday. June 2 at 2 30 pm The race for the Frtmten..c to which nil local yacht* men look forward, will be sailstf <>n Thursday. June 7 at 1.00 p.m. To-day. being Wnlt-Sunday there will be no Regal i., af BW Tornado Asaociation. Thr*> August 1. IMI I -. McV. Ibm Jack, now Archbishop BJkl M i the reallxahlipOftiAM ol the Holy Srnpture*! contained ind Ncv I %  rfc of the Creator und the only suflicieut rule of faun It enltrats all the faithful to reao the tamo dilige,tt>. not only as iheir duiv nut privtlofa), but urt-diennLo Seau-ch Ihe Scripture*, etc ." < % %  • the moral instructions contained MAY 13 — NO. 171 The Topic of Last Week Tl.i mgs. Church also accepts the TRINIDAD ATHLETES pictured shortly altar taay UIMIMI at tno Baggage Warchousa ysatarSay Basra ing Ti.-y arnvad by the French OS. "OaacecM" and will taka Bart la tka tbrae day Oy, iand Athletic meting which opens at Kansington to-morrow afternoon They are(L. to RI Lennox Longa. Rupert Peter*. Horace Boyce. Freddie Depeaa (Manager in Police Uniform), Alnc Lewis with kla twin brother Urtc Hidden behind him and Herman Bernard, all cyclists of the All Stars toorta Club. At Ui* eartrems right Is Othallo Plarrs. swrlaWr of the Pollee OooiUbolary. Sun Tan Scores Two Wins iFlotn Our Own ConMpandml• PORT-OF-SPAIN. May 12 Heavy showers filled the race track at Arima with water to-day. Rain clouds were bursting ihroiigho.it ihe evening. Following are the results of the I lit day's racing:— I.TCV IIOPII 1 Sun Tan iSlnghi r Blur Bird II.I-.I*a 1 II,, Worship "or^a.t taa.U. UI ISfls. Ind IIM I >14S. I MI'llil IHMIK Af .. *mi Tan tSiii a h< tllariiKi.la-. 3 Fljlna Ar.ii ilillim. p\sr.'a. naso. i* a m *.d it *> fi as. •nwAsin IHM.I. i. 1. Tajmanal tM Luirhnuin> I ii in<;. .... % %  i,. aati 3. fi>a Weed IO'NHII Fai.fl. M0.3g: UI I3fc lid lias C. A. OARHAMi: II.'.M The Atom )A Jnieplu SPORTS WINDOW Tin. asiaara iootb.ii nnum DIVISION ONK I ...*> la : P-fta.tra > .. KaUe Ham* R^frrea L. F. Harris. i i..-...,. i ParrU ,, d A, rkiiaii rdni-Mlai IS | Spun., •• Carli-" Balaraa o. S. 1'apala. lu.-.m.n O Raaln. a n .M 1. \rrhrt I mt.it IS I r-R.vrn ... I ..I„n rarr*. Hal R. tflMs. DIVISION TMO i"-4.i la Ivartaa •*. f-arttan al Baafe Hall i-. %  -..-, Q. Aar T i %  '.. ... -,..,.,., ,, f, rt Refer** l> Habla*aB I .J.-1 U riPagB If. I.vrrl.n SI • alias*. R*f*r**: J. Kauatih r.*N— i. EMSIre .( ||„, H*ll Rrfere* n i. ,,!,,,,, aivMioN man: I ,-..!-. |1I O it.,!. *a. i Wean-.Ja, I. raH. ., CarHaa a< i ... Balarvai R w.i.. ,. *' O. ,,.. ,.. Kalra Daaae • I CaasMrnere Kri.ro A Tlt.ir.ti tmair. n R.tlaal al Bank Hall R.f*re* A. F...U '•'••' %  Fall** *.. c.O. It,,. a ISBUIBS.1 IO0TBALL T>*-lay 19U. HarklaSs v. Ranger-. Rrotee Mr Robert J-ann Wad. May lain MasO. v. W|errwr. "A". Retere.. Mr. C C I... | Ti a May 17th Rarutan vs WcMtanvn -B'. n*r*re*. Ml. D i.ralia-n. I. Mai l*in Pentode vi W.|. Hr ;*.** %  Mr O Oiahai A" plai I i hsf rij TiU i. s J.. Mj Honeymoon iHI. I^itchtnant Foreti.i *1W>: UI Siui. Ind SMS. ad |1* VERBANT VU KtMIKAl' I It Babu -nil m s football match which wa* played at Kensington Ovsd yasterday afternoon. A fair crowd witne*d the match which was occasionany marked with thrills. The ground was firm and fast and n new ball showed up some of the deficiencies of sum* of the players on both sides. R. White, the tall Everton centre f.rward, scored both goal? for his team and these were 'beauties". The first goal scored JUM after low shot but the Spartan t1SJ*~ £.V, Um -?" s w *" he*d"d '" dian trgj well behind file h. \< kLari^t !" f. !,CCOnd Koal w; Kv,lh WskOlt Who had now kicked in well away In the left shifted i„ centre forward, en rrcorner of the net. Thig had CsMving a pass ran dm and || power and kept u> lb* ground looked like if Spartan was gong PJr^_" *J **rjm SR'nsopened to put in their first goal when *itli Everton defending th*. south Weekis and Ball, the F.verlo.i *^ t£Sr aflcr , lc "ick off %  fun barks, foiled has attempt by £T J u I'Ta'" Ew rU ome clever anUcipallon. which Hay no. Kicked weU int. the Spartan area but on raeclvSecond Coal ing the ball again he kicked outaide Keith Wnlcott on the About two mmutca before the right wmg on receiving a pass, <*<< ol the game White again. centred the ball across the who wag always talcing tries Si Everton penally area, but none the Spartan goal, put Everton two of his forwards ware there and "P when h 0 ran down unmarked Reace took Ihe opportunity to and kicked well Into the loft clear. • corner of the Spartan goal. Cozier White Scores spreadeagled himself in an attempt to save, but the shot was While made a nice attempt at w, ''l directed and forceful. The* the Spartan goal when the llrst gam* ended with thu score at half was about 15 minutes old. two love against Spartan. Both teams were at this ataga The team trying their best to open their Spartan. Co/ai. R**C*, C'.il> scoring. A free kick was awardboiw. Medford. Gittens, Catkwan. ed to Spartan when Whllo Johnson. Griffith. Boyce. Wokott. elbowed Griffith, but nothing Morris came out of It. Two minutes Everton. Basra. Wcakes, Hall. before half time Everton drew Ifarewood. Haynea, Maynard. first blood when White their White. Blades. May wood, Murray centre forward headed tha ball and Baal/. In the Spartan goal after his The linesmen were Messrs. O. right winger had centred well Graham and C Smith and the across to him. Shortly after thu referee was Mr D. Sayers. first goal Blades took a brilliant first time shot which waa going straight into the Spartan goal but Cozier who was being kept very busy positioned himself correctly. caught the ball and kicked well to midfiold The score was wiblew for half time. In the UtWr Wa)her Cup hPT1 lo ri v wh ,. n part of this half the Everton thrV fnr( d lhM f ,, lir!h „.,„ Ul forwards combined well. thl S ..i R les against Ur.tam. After half time Everton went The United Sl..t(iii the offensive and kept the ball gained a lead of two games in the constantly m the Spartan area, fouraonias yesterday. Gill tested Coaler ogsin with a — Reaser 1924 Bishop Jack after our in Cuba and tha \r %  to Barbados. On Seplember 2* I hureh IT' Bank Rat] near Empire dub OS tberi applied \n AJ %  '.(.S., '. .Till I Iii 1925 Bishop Jack parcel of land tn Country Road and built a Church there. TM* Jubflas ui r last veil The Service was conducted 1>\ Lionel Smith. Anhdi-oni .1 Dwossi saygsiad by the R v C A. Bojraa, row Otaat, K<'v Neblell Rev Holder. Rev. %  %  .in., g ,'i Deacon Marshall, and M Stiuughn Uutina IMIII All of IM tionad iB j n lsti onlaineti by Archb4asMp Jack At present there are ihrc Churches m ll. i bg the Caiiieiii.d In Countrj Ro I St McGlnlc IM i Isn i BaitMh as IU Pean aiiad ly llev Holder Aliothrt ia Chin rh %  on In N.-w Ol %  lean*. Sp' This 1* known ai "Tha l'.opi,v. Chtireh" and Is baang aic*sd froi tioaa ssfcaa lights m open air services held in I Street The oilier Chur.h aled in Bank Hall. Hash Gap, and isupervised by Rev A la] mael. This is known as "St. Calliermi's i hureh Archbishop Jack ir; now in the in b> •tatas saUattavi handj bu a noatel in San Fernando, Trinidad He hopes ,.Ko t,, further ttal k in this Islanq on Ins retuiti Pitting thoet for the outdoor twasitm d : SIMRI ri • .LH|a :.. %  .. % %  ..-* I U all si'lRI dimihcsc Nogitci jtu .ot from %  %  I I . I live raj*i% ainvrd -I.-, ka al i stunt rhiheit. Met. V\-,„ 1. .... I,.,... Ai>o (i i %  ifaajaSts ii*lint olteii tnry ao4 1 QUM iuitiearl.: twSB nvt LiU aid. BI Can k* .ll..-.l to n.a. Sii it a rid oiitalda ,nu |mKM U-lnTi Maa* Agenti far Baibatk>% (JasjHral Agency Oft iH.irbadu^ Ltd. (P<>. BJBS -I".. 14 High Street, llmlge<>"->n /ifn'iii: /HI mm B.A.F.A. football POSITION OF < I I Hs And lamuns "Swtai-UWWln. kr,,.. o| OaraVn PaHl*.. A. wet) a* "Cttrte Hltea Dp HM An* put MMPm all to ahani. San, IS* tr mnn .. AB gaagSt an tlw asi.e Open Ihe sate* wida: oper1*1 paual* *•-• %  . *•>* up her* m BaWtodth, Wr all muat teektilJos aald to Rnlwtt aphaj Old boy Ihe drtnaa n -* Why thu la Civic ormni ,.. %  %  To hear Ski Ma again WeUWell' that talkuia in* l.nTolrl ua Mvav t ran aBht Hat a>M i.ur lor.l U.qrnmrM CM t-..ll> help W n 9 ,t II they mild sal The "Nru Ir ,i .in., ,i... bivita the mmir-Y nuwuialM. aaaa i.naitHabant, TWO! h'le tn fer.1 And Sl.r (hm cloHWt |o wa* DIVISION ONE W. Sj. D VU. nfvitosTWO Whti alanad IB SO —aV Win **' MM • aorl kt nsta it, rm And k*rp Ihem -.hlle Utev >4al Wa an*a n. -e ,m. aajiaaa Innira up fi. lm lirait tn tiA little ioi> -ill kMHp tiiesn. A..a Iru-. -ill IBB) fa is i H HM bis day. It will Inuntply aratid T.. aw our ktrnl m UM land B.>Ui Joe and BobeM UianK aS Wh-, t mi. afTort give. E-I.lal< Clly Mei.Mnl.. Who teal I hat SBSff BUM IWS S)V !. ,1| „,„., l„„ B „„.Hai I rtlnn. ..i>. .i-,n %  Ol*kS sill All -Ii! enfnv J a R sponsored by J&R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD und the blenders of JAR RUM U.S. RETAIN WALKER CUP LANCASHIRE, May 12 The United Slates retained the i M P C %  —I ;0,r, 1 >,i pre Wise is the sufferer from beaJjche or nrrvc pain who keeps a supply of Pncnsic In a msiier of minutes tbe wonvt of pains give way to Phensic and as the pain btaasat, pou feel tit and cbccrlul, ready again for work or play. Ii is pood to know that you can alwayt have the certain relief of Phensic Be prepared lor headaches keep a supply of PbcnuL bandy. rfusttake\ 2 ^Tablets* (Ivor 9t,M0 people Inn I hem even week • llrilisb %  made handwountl SntithAlarms are ibe pop. ular rnoire liecnue they mrr outstandiug in their reliability, stvle and value. There are models to suit all tasic* in ill-light nil shades In match any bedroom furnishings. Be glad to own ooe I 1011 BRITISH MADE (M^Fa Phensic f 1 for quic/i. siifc rebel I FROM HEADACHES. RH'.UMATIC PAINS. LUMBAGO, \ %  NERVE PAINS, NEURAMU' .1WLUEHZA, COLDS & CHILLS | -WONDER WHEELS N? 5 ABOTC. VICTORY. ID pailel Mil*, or r*en ihatle* with rbroiiiiiiru plalril l.it.n/-. M ireaaa v.ilb gill mar and lilting-. I' I imiaou* aad noa-lus Bale*. MF.W DAWN. CasaUalag rrrty pia-iblrefinement. \railabie -ith blue or green rate* •ad raroanium plated ailiae* <* %  ream SBM ih nit Bitiag.. ' hitnlnoui dial. The Secret of <*_."/* HerCUlOS LUSTRE PLATING Why does Hercules chromium plating keep its beautiful highlustuc" m any ciavate > The


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I'AC.fc SIX St'NDAV AllVOLATE SUNDAY. MAY IS. lul BARIUMS Am'OfrfTE PrtnlW br IM AdveotU •- BtMd St_ irllHUo Sunrint. Mn> 13, lft.il LAST CJIAWC1 WHAT is decided in Barbados Ihii week will afTect the future of the Britiih West Indies. The first conference of ihe Regional Bflbnonk Committee is meeting here. Format inn of the Economic Committee was recommended at Montego Bay in 1947. It is meeting; at a time of crisis. The Committee has got to decide wnat llh> British West Indies are to do in view of worsening trade relations with Canada. Only last week Mr. Howe, Cinada's Minister of Trade and Commerce, announced a new trade deal with Cuba under which Canada igraei to purchaM 75,000 ions ..( raw sugar yearly for a three-year period. Canada, said Mr. Howe, wasprepared to extend her sugar deal to other non-commonwealth countries up to a total of 150,000 tba a year. The rot has set in. The warning given in full time by Canada has not been taken up by the West Jndies. In an editorial called "Act now" and dated March 23, this newspaper said: "The Brnish West Indies must speak with one voice and must make that voice heard now, if our traditional trade with Canada is not to be shipwrecked for the sake of saving dollar:; for Britain and the sterling area." Canada is a great Dominion whose generosity to the West Indies has been immense. But in 1950 although Canada bought $67,500,000 of B.W.I, products, the West Indies were only permitted to buy $30,600,000. No blame can be attached to Canada for complaining about this unfair trade discrimination which is due to controls imposed from Whitehall. The West Indies used to be represented by bona fide West Indians at all meetings with Canada until 1932. The United Kingdom sent a representative who acted as observer rather than negotiator. The old policy must again be adopted and the Regional Economic Committee would be still-born unless it decides this week that the West Indies must speak for themselves at Ottawa when Canada-West Indian trade is reviewed there later this month. No official from the Colonial Office nor from the West Indies can speak for the West tidies. An official whether local or from the United Kingdom, can only c;.riy-out-UK' orders of his masters in London, and on the issue of Canada-West Indies trade, the interests of the United Kingdom clash with those of the West Jndies. There is no question of anti-British sentiment nor any of the "red herring" excuses that are brought forward whenever firm action is required by the West Indies. The West Indians are probably more "pro-British" than the majority of Englishmen who use the word "British" as a synonym for "English." What the West Indiana believe is that their businessmen are far better equipped by experience to represent West Indian trading interests than officials from the United Kingdom or within the West Indies. They believe too tturi more is at stake than a choice uf trading nations. They believe that Canadian markets are necessary to the British West Jndies and that the United Kingdom cannot alone provide markets for all West Indian products. They believe that, given the real desire on tin* part of Great Britain to promote West Indian trade with Canada, the West Indies can attain higher economic levels than hitherto achieved and can pay for the expanded social services which they have undertaken in recent years. And they believe this, irrespective o( party or class interestMr. Graotley Adams knows full well what would happen to his Union, should the price of sugar fall. It would, like many other organisations in the island, go into bankruptcy and with it would go all the social progress that has recently been made in this island. This week is the last chance for the West Indies. They must speak with one voice and that voice must be bolstered by the expert advice and knowledge of two or three of the leading businessmen in the West Indies, experienced in trade with Canada. There has already been too much apathy on the part of the public, too much secrecy on the part of Government officials. Why does the Government of Barbados not imitate the Government of the United Kingdom and publish regular quarterly returns of trade? Why is there all this dollar secrecy? Why docs the Government not publish quarterly how much Barbados earns in Venezuela, Canadian and United States Dollars? Why is there all this dollar secrecy? Is it because they are ashamed to let us know? If Canadians knew they were going to get a balanced trade with the West Indies, there is every possibility of our getting new ships. The United Kingdom on the other hand has been concentrating on putting on luxury ships on the New York-Virgin Islands run to earn dollars; while B.O.A.C. is advertising lavishly throughout North America the attractions of the Bahamas to earn stifl more dollars' for Britain. The West Indies owe much to Great Britain, they owe much to Canada; hut they owe most to themselves. The issue u> \m faced this week is no simple issue. It Is a vital issue. Do the West Indies stand by and allow the United Kingdom to represent them at Ottawa, or will they see that their own interests are represented by their own non-official spokesmen? if the West Indies do not realise the urgency and the importance of this issue. then they will deserve to see their social services, their higher standards of living, their progress all swept into Ihe sea. Because that is what will happen :f Canada forsakes the West Indies. This is our Ixst chance. dUIIIIHIIIII IIIMIHItllL ean Commission is in being. It is paid for exclusively by the four great nations—France, Holland, the United States and Great Britain. It can, as Mr. Canaday suggested, become the channel of technical information to open the door to important economic developments. It can become more and more a fountain head of information on practical matters. It can become these things and more. But it can do nothing effective until each island and territory of the Caribbean is aware of its existence and realises its potential role. This is unlikely in territories where politicians are preoccupied with their own internal squabbles and officials are made miserable by criticism. lLOUPSPtaK£RS| man ^Sgggp THE MODEL for the FUTURE? A Cinema-of-the f u I „ > TV. ventriloquist sound eflfeeti unii optical illusiom comblM l< ive up-to-itumu.uie entertain • tit (n the must life like form, has been built at the Festival of Britain exhibition in London. (By I HUM \S IIM III Ki The spectacles. WtUCfe cost 5. ; %  pah*, were opt. m-tn ..llv labelled "Not for sun-glare
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RE^ilZ?F RUSSIAN BUILD-UP GOES ON
Real opponent in*Korean conflict is Riiisia
Further Increases In
U.N. Troops Likely
CONTROLS
Canada Cannot Mark
Time For Ever
By T. GRANT-MAJOR
ii nnndian Trade Commissioner in Trinidad)
T N those hurried times it always is difficult for one to
step aside from the tangle of current events, from the
affairs of the immediate community in which one lives and
mnducts one's business, in a word, from the short term
\ lew, in order to look at the present in its true perspective.
In talking with government officials and busin-^ssmen in
the Eastern Caribbean since August I have been much
impressed with the reality of this difficulty.
Yet it is surely obvious that at this critical stage in tl:e
development of the British Caribbean it is vitally important
that the trends of external trade should be examined in
pecteJ reference to their long term implications.
I believe I hat by
tographkaj pr.
irtue of the
Itton of tha Brlt-
Ish Cnribbean as
a part of the
/< Hemi-
sphere mid Ihe
only portion of
the Common-
wealth lying
the tropical
that
Hemisphere thfl
CQtnmereto] rela-
BDU ith Can-
uli.
npor-
The inter-
hange of pro-
duce, in the main
I l.M NAJnU(M '-.* none on for over two centur-
ie*. Ships from the north bring
down flour, llsh and other food-
luffs and lumber and ;m lacrtBP
nig range of manufactured goods.
Heturnlng they have taken to
Canada sugar, molasses, rum.
tropical fruits, and more
recently bauxite and petroleum
Early Days
The pressure of external event*
has modified the volume and
nature of the commercial ex-
change. The outcome of the
American Hevolulion diverted
much of the trade from Boston to
Halifax. The wars with France
1b tha eighteenth and earl) ulna
teenih centuries and the BOngO-
uuent development of a convoy
.system again emphasized the
im|>orlance of Halifax -is n dis-
tributing centre for goods destin-
ed to and coming from these
parts. Dining the long period of
POSM which followed llu- Napol-
eanic Wars some of the eon-
srKniKness of this north and
south trade route with Canada
was lost on both sides. By 1886,
hoy aw, recognition of its value
iciiinirtl ami a delegation from
Ihe Wefl hull-- visited t'nnnda-
Although the discussions which
took place at thai time did not
yield the hoped for results, in
IfiflR the Canadian (jovermtenl
iiiMiertook to subsidize ;i >team-
Khip seivice to the British Carib-
bean colonies. This was the
forerunner of the policy given
.-fleet 10 In 1925 by the establish -
rr.mt ,,( !. Canadian National
Stcamsli'ns by the Covcrnment of
developed. Most slgnlfl-
unl of the change from the pre-
war pattern M the it. .
'he imports including many
':iunufaclured lines not previous-
ly obtained In Canada and indi-
cative of the great expansion In
Canadian man u fact tiring indus-
'ries.
Pew
The fourth period began in
he niiiKtle of I94S with the
austerity programme initiated by
the Chancellor of the Exchequer,
followed by devaluation As a
result of restrictive impor'
nswsutoj exports from <\i>i,ui.
to the British Caribbean dropped
spectacularly from a peak of
Canadian $70 5 millions in IMI
to 54.3 in 1948 to 34.9 in 11*48 and
24.4 millions in 1950. The
United Kingdom austerity policy
envisaged a cut of 25*", from the
pie-devaluation level: the re
duction from the 1948 level to
thai of 1950 actually was 55'X
Taking into consideration the
r> In the wholesale price level
Canada exports to the British
Caribbean in 1950 actually were
lower in value than In .939
When one examines the com
modify range the effect of austerity
t even more startling As a single
lustration whereas In 1948 :
total of 332 Items appeared in the
xporls to Trinidad in 1950 th-
tal fell to 157.
Turning briefly to the ""her side
f the picture, imports Into
Canada from the BUM rose
from Can S33.5 millions in 194"
to 42.1 in 1948 to 61.9 in 1949 and
to 67 4 in 1950
BWI Gain
During the past two or three
years both the Canadian Govern
ment and Canadian buslnessmrr
have supported strongly a dnvi
to increase Imports Into Canada
from the sterling area, a campalgr
which has met with larg.
measure of success and from
hich. as the statistics show, tin
II. W I have drawn considerabW
benefit Today, however. 1 suggest
hat Canada haa reason to review
the condition of trade relation*
with these color
this true In regard to desire in.
relaxation of imnnrt controls so
He ..ignition or the'lhat Canadian exporleis innv b,
value of this steamship service'' enabled to comoete more freclx
- _--------:..^_ i... i>n l
was given by the
paj ment of subsidies by the
various colonial governments.
Lent
Further stimulus of trade
the West Indies and
Canada was given In the last
years of the 19th century by the
unilateral establishment of a
. --1 ti of in Irf prefer* m i on
goods of Empire Origin by
Canada. Successive trade ncsQ-
1908 and 1919 cul
1925 at a conference

*V. I
nation
minted
held in
Canada
Agreement ----
This pact was. embodied in the
group of mutual agreements
negotiated at the Empire trade
conference which was convened
In Ottawa In 1932. Although the
term of the Agreement expired
in 193S il has continued
by mutual consent up
present and, despite the
disturbances resulting
the British Caribbean markets
The output of Canadian farms
forest*.. fUhertvs. mine* and f..c
lories is growing rapidly. We cat
therefore 111 afford to murk tin
indefinitely merely for sentiment:
reasons. Today Canada is looki.ii.
at all available world marfcatsto
encouraging signs of willingness
to do away with discriminatory
Import controls on n progressive
basis. In spite of II. visible de-o.
on the part of West Indian buU
nessmen for Canadian goods, thi
': would appear to be interests
which the J------ 2*TT. .._ .._--._ .u
Indies Trade
for: mi la ted
vhich
efleel
. the
trade
from the
have grown up under the
change control system that work
to keep Canadian goods out.
World W.ir and its after
effects, continues to be the basis
, | i ada bet wean the British
Caribbean and Canada
Two l-'uasc
The trade history cf the pas*,
ten vears has four distinct phases
Tha lirsi of these occurred In
raal-l of the War when
Hie United Kingdom was meii-
peiled lo restrict purch
Canada and the United Suite*
in order to make dollars availa-
ble for the buying of war sup-
pile-. The onset of the German
submarine campaign against
ii(pigod in the bauxite
trade marked the beginning f ;*
i^i tod during which use of limit-
ed cargo space was restricted to
the carrving of essentials This
was . implicated by the cutting
y .nipean sources of supply
for*tha Weid Indies and by the
<>f parcelling out t the
rcsources of North
America The Canadian Govern-
ment undertook to take care of
the basic supply necessities of
th British Caribbean and under
the Mutual Aid Act extended
assistance in the form of several
millions of dollars worth of fli
during this period and
nudes too pressu re
. t conditions that Can
ronciirred tn the purchase
Han sugar through the
Kingdom Government.
Three
The third period covered
rouvhly the years 1946 to 1948.
aaing of the shipmna
and exchange situations the West
Indies found themselve-
buy a wide range of com modi lies
which had l>een denied them
during the Wl
' this pent up demand
coupled with the wartime de-
struction of British and European
industry, an unprecedented
volume of import trade from
Evidence
The Trade Liberali.ation Pl.vi
a it. very name Indicates, wa-
designed as the first step toward
liberalization of our mutual trad.
from discriminatory controls. It.
object was to create an are.*
within which selected commodi
ties could be sold on a pureb
competitive basis; where qualit.1
and price factors could operate
with a reasonable degree of fn<-
dom However It Is still by pa
means claar lhat interests In thi-st
Islands fully appreciate that
wholehearted co-operation if
essential to the fulfillment of tl'
Trade Liberalization Plan Trie g
evidence that raduclion
authorized dollar Import pro.
vfr.iinmes In some degree repl.no-
at least part of the addition;,!
trade anticipated under the Plan
Some import interests give appear
anee of being reluctant to accep.
further relaxations of impuit
controls against Canadian good*
This trend may result from t
desire to prevent competition wiu-
the sterling and foreign lines
established since the middle o
1949. Then too. exchange control
have proven to be a more effectiv.
protective device than tartT
preferences.
Now
I submit that the time |g new
appropriate and opportune In t:r
British Caribbean COsOpJsa U
determine a progressive anc"
active programme of relaxing
import controls, which are having
discriminatory effect Such a mov
would do much to retain the goo
will between our countries whien
has been built up over the yea...
and to maintain the
l>ositlon that British CaribbatG
products enjoy in tha rapid'y
growing Canadian import mark**
Now Is the time to build anew
the trade relations which can he
) mutually advantageous.
Eight Resign
From U.S.A.
Security Body
WASHINGTON, May 12
Admiral Chester W. Nimit
id seven other members of ~
I'res.dcnUal Commission sat up
o safezuard America's internal
security against Communism hat-
resigned. President Truman an-
nounced today.
The resignation. toltOWnd tbC
fusal of Senate Committee lo
rerommend special If
exempting Commission Ssssrnboi I
md their staff from laws (or-
lidding anyone to SfMl Qoveni
rneM pas' while doing business
with the Government o
representing clients be
fore Federal agencies Some of
the Commissioners are lawyers
acting batons Federal agencisb.
The White HOUJPS tn id* publle
a lelter written by the President
today to Senator MeCarran asking
the Committee to reverse Its posi-
tion.
he Internal Security O minis
sfon headed by Admiral Nunltr
I appointed last January bv
Truman to make a full study
of the nations securib problenu
atid to report on how they could
be met while at the same time
serving personal liliertits.
Retiler.
Ulll I I HIM.S
RIDGWAY WAS
TAKING RISKS
SAYS MARSHALL
WASHINGTON, May 12
United States Defence Secre-
: i General, George Marsliall.
disclosed today that Lieutenant
General James Van Fleet had
been on the alert "for one or two
months'* to take command of the
Eighth Army in Korea because
nllitary authorities feared thai
General Matthew B. Rldgwa;
ight become a casualty.
Marshall told the Senate For-
eign Reunions and Armed Ser
s Committees that General
Rldgway "was taking some risks
ii the way he was moving about
In his theatre, and flying up t
advanced posts there *'
A* a result, th,. Iefence De-
partment thought it "must have
another man immediately avail
able in case General ltidgw.iv
mcl with some accident or be-
e a casualty."
14 Die In Uprising
In Panama
PANAMA, May 12
Alcibiades Arosemenu. Bfl-year
old dairy farmer and former Vice-
president, quietly took over the-
Prehidency of strife-ridden Pan
na on Friday.
In four days of turmoil. 14 per
sons had died. Wealthy Arose-
mena replaces Arnulfo Arias, who
wag deposed forcibly on Thursday
In a bloody battle brought on by
his resistance to impeachment by
the National Assembly of this
Central American Republic.
Arias was jailed along with
ore than 1.00" ;.f his fanatic
folio wers. RUBBER LEAVES
FOR RED CHINA
SINGAPORE, May ,2
The British ship Nancy Moller.
2.B42 tons, with a caigo <>f Ma-
layan rubber for Communist
China sailed for Hongkong today
Government ofnclal said thai
the cargo was allowed under a
previous "system" before the
British Government had request-
ed the banning of rubber ship-
ments to China.
Renter
MADE ADMINISTRATOR
OF GRENADA
GHKNADA, May 12
Mr. J. M. Stow, CM.G.. Admin
istralor of St. Lucia, has been
appointed ]0 act Administrator of
Grenada on the departure
G. C. Green. The Stow family
due here on May 22.
Allies Attack Red
Reinforcemen ts
(By JULIAN BATES)
TOKYO. May 12.
ALLIED artillery and planes strut k to-day Bl Com
munial reinforcements ftowinj; In then thousands behind
smoke screens into the "masaing" area in Kresi. Appar-
ently they were preparing a new attack.
The United Nations Intelln^-nce gold it had observed .
Fivr thousand Commun
THE MARIA CATIIARINA
Klluiag out of Carhile Bay
bound for Oranaaa.
gfori m i>w t
World Trade Union
lalk< Begin In
Trinidad
TRINIDAD. May 17
A two-day conference of the
International Confederation of
I Pre* Trade Unions (Caribbean)
started here today.
61 DAIS Ij\CO\SCIOIS
WORCESTER. Eng.. May 12
Mr Ceorge Woodcock, Assist-
ant General Secretary of the
British Trades Union Congress
was present when the Governor
Sir Hubert Hance opened the
conference which
by delegates from
Man trade unions.
The Governor said the confer- thci
ency was the first of its kind in
the Caribbean and should greatly
Influence future development of
Csribbean trade unionism.
Rcuter.
tmopg massing in tha valkn
n.i hwesl of Chungclion |tl I
l*Iow Uip 3th parallel:
2 Coinmumsu troops filtering
down the main road froni
Kumwh.i hnrards Hwachon
3 Huiulr.'d. of vehicles moving
Inward- (he fronl mi Ifeg
central sector during the
night
It was down the same mount
bbb posM thai Conununl I
laui.ched their offeiuiv I
song in the middle o| Kebruarv
Bobcrt John Aldersey, trie t
year-old boy knocked out by
kick from one of his
horses last March, was still un
conscious today sixty-one dayi
after. This is believed to be a
worst! record.
Puzzled doctors have been try-
ing to bring him around ever
iince. but Robert still lies un-
moved and In apparent good
health In the Worcester Royal
Infirmary Renter.
t'.S. IS RICH A'.VO/ GH
NEW YORK. May Vi.
The United States Is rich
enough to carry out her Defence
programme and still be ..We |
maintain a hifh standard of living.
Mr. A. E. Howse. Assist int i"
Mobilisation Director Charles T.
Wilson, declared In a speech here
to-day. Rcuter
Masked Bafldit Shot
LA SPEIZA, May 12
Giovani Battista Rosa, middle
gad Italian businessman, today
fougnt a gun battle with three
masked bandits, killing one who
tried to use his daughter is a
human shield.
Hosa heard his 22-year-old
.other's daughter. Blancha. scream while
he was upstairs in his villa nr.i
he-c. He grabbed a revolver and
set oft n warning siren with his.

On the eastern fronl. South
K'-nati units began to feel the
pressure of the massing enemy
for.es. An engagement davel
ittcndcd c ib- on the eastern coast.
i The Chinese had tried to hide
' their movements by blanketing
mor<- than 31 miles of th.. e.d
central front with a heavy smoke
screen. A smaller urrwn envel-
ope.' the Communist lines north-
west of Beaut.
An Eighth Army communique
issue,| today said ihere was no
Indication that thu "massive
gathering of enemy forces meant
an immediate threat United
Nat n' farces had lost
groind during the day.
EVENING ADV0CA18
wtU I
777>7.IV. ].".,/, 1/ .
4,O00,0O0TONS OF FOOD
WASHINGTON. May 1Z
lidia plans lo buy 4.000.000
ton- of food grains from at least
ten nation* |B| year, an Indian
OovtrniMnl ofYi i.
day
Re ate r
Blaize Kepi
Batl'Company
CAIRY TELLS WORKERS
Our Own
tl | in.p..I, I
SWEEPERS STRIKE
ROME. Mi, 12
Rome's street sweepers, dust-
bb rricn. and public transport
crews, to-day struck for higher
pay and better working con-
ditions Striker* were called out
by Communist unions
Reater.
Military Chiefs To
Meet In Singapore
SINGAPORE. May 12
TMp LEVF-I AfjbSBtna, French and B itish Military Chiefi will meet
1 in Singapore next week for talks which are expected I
important bearing on the fight attain*? Communism in Asia, it was
authoritatively learned here to-night.
attan and Niw Zealand observers will attend.
It i* expected that Vice-Admlral Arthur Dowry Struble. Co
mander-in-Chief of the United Stale- First Fleet will arrive
Tuesday accompanied by a navy, army and air fon. Mag
The la military advisers are understood to be ago I
IX Tasslgnv Commaiidei .in-c in.
lighting foiccs In the Far East. Admiral Sir Gtt* (tut II OenaraJ Sir
'dung and Air Marshal Sir FrsHWII I present
4t the talks which are expected to last three or four day Reatrr.
GRENaDA. May 12
fialry gave details at a public
yesterday
tor j oi the su*
<>i Oanaral Secre
Ivy Oaacoign Blaln saying thu
thg latter's associations u raeari
i isloned suspit i' i
including lung talk* with lion
E A Mit.hell. hea.l of the Dlttl
l.l.i W. l.i I ,li,| l.,:i.
m T A. Marryshow
He also alleged lhat Blaue Wfs
' -l-tH--.il I i.'l ...:
ii :.. !,..[! i
bJ cbktfl having car while h
hiked, and was not |h iring pan
nership in Ihe oafs Op) oad by ll
chief because he was not Invite
to the recent christening of tl
h hy.
OabTJI aLi, uiieged thai he I
till awaiting certain moneys wit
Which Blaln was entrusted when
,i( the dances held "i.
the night of the celebration o
gafe pay grant. Ualry open
ed with a declaration Uiiu th
Grenada Turf Clubs WhIUu
mating will be taking place om
because he allowed It. a. a num
Iht of workers asked him lo a*
llu in not to go lo the races. H
thought it over and decided tl.
people 'hould enjoy themsetvc
ItWUgfa the big shots would b
unable to have a meeting withoo
"First W.I. Premier"
ring to 'he presence i
the Fusiliers, he said he had b
assured they were there to pr<
htot the little people who hau i
rms like the "big ghiot
kept revolvers and arnmuinlK
nil-: their beds.
Pag the remainder of his mor
Bum an hour's speech, Gairy aj.
.led to their loyalty to the
ider. claiming it his destiny i
: Premier of the Wcr
lias and his certainty [
to the Legislative found
I UoD, though sic)
WASHINGTON, May 12
(^ENERAL OEORG MARSHALL, United
States Defence Secretary, making his sixth
appearance before the Joint Senate Committee of
Inquiries in Washington, said today that Russia
is continuously building up her forcos.
Marshall said Soviet Russia was "our real oppo
inn in Korea. He said Moscow could make the
Chinese Communists call off aggression in
Korea "in a moment" if it wantt to.
He nave that rvspons*> to questions (nun Senator Henry
Cabot LtKljjt* (Kt'publuMf. Massachusetts) whothtC Rus-
sians were helping; Criincae Conununlsta much.
..: ivi t.uiil'. providing
Hum with the bulk of ttieir war
i< plied. He
I ommunist
...i bt ;im.t1v unabla to
maintain lh> hhout very
'ii'vl lUnporl li> the Soviet
run
Also in response to quastlosss by
Isne. Qggwral Marshall
.id he believed troops rontrlbu-
i;nlt<
Warn Russia
SAYS SANDYS
By PATRICK CROSS
STItASSMOUHG M.i%
Duncan Sandy*. W i n t
Churchlll'i ton-In-law and hood
of the Kuropean l'nu>n Mov*
merit, to-day calletl on tfsMorn
i...\. i nnitnTs t U ;,.
would po to war If ttM triad I '
aXMnd In Europe
Sandys was opening; Ihe dl> v
i'ii the IH-feiiee ot Europe in tin
European purllamnit nt Sd.
lx>urs;
lie caltad f"i n formal mllitnrv
guarantee to Y"i;i"d.ivi.i vrtl I
he called llu- *niangar point" ii
Furope \- SB]
"I am sure the Russian- srotri ,
hesitate to attack the Weal at tlu
present time heeauiie tlMy gnOu
that they would unleash a Work
War", Sandys sold "Rui Uwn
are reasons why thev rnlatri
lack YiM-(iavn".
llcfiire he spoke, the Asseinbh
deetded It would take m> form recommendations from the 18-
member Governments on hon '
defend Europe bernuie It eoir *
11' i only one day <.f Its crowds
r-n day meeting \- the DMnpll
rrobleni of Defence.
Reiiter
; in Korea were
Me added I think
ed prospects for fur
link out seme R
wonls that Marshall said toUow*
U) FruU-r.
Deputies Hold
50th Session
PARIS
Soviet Deputy, Andrei Oromjrfcn,
imi! further objeetionh lo UM
I tTaatarn propoaal (< Um
IIik F'nui foieiim M
gcrida when deputies held the!
Hth mtsetlng Iwra tbda)
The lirinuli I^-puly, Etiuvl H.i'
i-s. at the slnrt of the session had
Id that ha hoped thai th.
'iuiri\ei .ir >" wnuld bp '
by an utifiiienl on the "splr
Sandl put forward by Ihe thrv-
Western l'owers -- leavintc mhiu
item lo be decided by UM I "
Ministers tbatnaalvai M 'hni pro-
posed meeiiiiK
MsSar.
SUICIDE HILL"
PARIS. May 12
The rrei 4 Ministers
c-Tii|[lit llxe.1 June 17 as the date
of the coming fanaral election.
Th Banata this afternoon
passed by 278 votes to 33 the "sui-
cidt (nil ending the proatnt Pai -
July 4. four months le-
i he NsUonal
tin r.iii ,.,, -
her in Ihe day and it now becomes
law. Sealer
BIDAULT RESIGNS
STI.) ;. )t'R(;. May 12.
i nuault^ former Flench
Prime Minister, today announced
Uon Itpsfl tha PraaU
dency of the Principal commit-
tee f the European Parliament
I "urg.
Keuler
CEASE-FIRE PACT
POSTPONED
TBL AVIV. May II
An olhYi.il braaU statement
I Syria had
Ol the siicning of
Ssp ignamspt present-
ed formarlj tl the Syi lan-1
Mixeil Armistice Commission at

Reater
THE "ADVOCATE"
pay, for NEWS
DIAL 3113
Day or Night
-*0V>VHrfrV*4
.vs.:',','.*

n*.
CENTURY
was not worne.1 about
Tuesday his next ape- i
the court, although he
be represented by Smanan and u
the event of his conviction h<
would apiwal even to tha hmhest
Court.
He did not want any worker
CfOWUs to come into Uk
on Tuesday the day Of the trial
peaking on the platform;
>
lemher ot the Untie: ( #
i lolntt I
Guests and hosts, havini
enjoyed a uracious
dinner, sat toKelh. I and psrlook ol wine I
wine so pleasinK to IhS ' ,'isfvm ;
it was heralded throuRhuut Europe aa one oJ tha
finest wines of the day.
That was a hundrpV
Paarl Old Constantia-is still irorld-wida 111 populSrlty
The rich, full-bodied tssts of Psrrl Old Congtstnlla
ia as siitisfyinu ko-day u II WSI thsn-
And up thrriuiih the veins, the parted host snd
have always served Pssrl Wines SftST
they, and their gUOStS, hsvs snjoysd a pl SSSSl
and satisfying dinner.
Next lime you have gUSStS, ithar for dinner of for
. nlng, gervs them Paarl Winea ihcy'ii
appreefsts your tsirts ar I mtnt.
K. W. V.
Paarl Tawny
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A SECTION of the iiuerta who attended tbo recaption i
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Hotel on Thursday night glren
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MH AND MRS J 11 WIL
KINSON gave a Cocktail
Party at their home "Erin Hall".
Bishop'* Court Hill on Thursday
evening In honour of Hon. W. A
Bustamantc. About fifty other
guests were present
Country Fair
MANY of the residents o' Si
James have been working
hard to make the Whit-Monday
"Country Fair" at Hnletown P
sucecss What with the wftdMi
pirates and fortune tellers who
will be on hand to add to tl.r
colour of the day. it should le very
entertaininn.
Opening Night
*TIE tlnal dress rehearsal <'.
i. "Tne Shop at Sly Corner*,
the Bridgetown Players' next pro-
duction, takes place this morning
I the Empire Theatre. Open in*
night is .Wednesday Vitj 16th.
Trinifind Businessman
%4R. NESTOR BAIZ. Director of
Bottler* Ltd. flew In from
Trinidad yesterday morning by
BW I A. .mil is a guest at the
Orean View Hotel.....othtr
passengers arriving by the samn
plane were Mr. Louis Agoxtint and
Mr Edgar Driscoll who are stayinn
at the Enmore Hotel nd Miss
Agnes Mutrle and MUs Btty
Dlckson who IN staying at
Cacrabank.
May Wadding
MR JOHN A. Wilson, son of
Mr. and Mrs, A. H. Wilton
I of Upper Collymore Bock was
married on Saturday May 5th at
St. Mary's Church at 4 p.m. tn
MUs Hlta Eileen Harrison eldest
daughter of Mr and Mrs Cordon
Han-iMHi of 'Villa Una".
HasOngB,
The ceremony was performed
by Rev. Fr. K A. Hinds
The Drlde who was given |p
marriage by her father wore a
ilti-^s of embroideretl mganili
Her rtnger tip veil was held ii\
place by a headdress of ornnge
blossoms. She carried a bouquet
of Queen Ann's Lace and pink
roses.
Chief Bridesmaid was Miss
Brenda Smith whose dress was
of bronxe nylon over gold taffeta
Her headdress was a gold feather
She carried a muff ef shambtir-
ger orchids. The other brides-
maid* were Miss Sheila Harrison
and Miss Norma Harrison.
During the signing of the
register the hymn "O Promise
Me" was sung by Miss Doreen
Ga-kui
Best man was Mr. Gordon
.Wilson. The ushers were Mr
'Cecil Harrison, Mr. Erie Morn*
and Mr. Llonul Banncld. After
jthe ceremony a reception was
held at "Villa Una". Hastings
|The honeymoon is being spent at
! Powell Spring. Bathsheba.
Music Success
Mb.ee. hackett. urs.m
a member of the Stall d.
(Wesley Hall Boys' School who iv
at present m England pursuing
musical studies has been awarded
his UT.C.L (C.M.T.) Mr
| Harkett. who was given a British
Council Scholarship in August.
'19:"0. was placed first in th>-
oraminalions. He was a pupil of
Mr. Oerald Hudson, and played
the organ at the o'clock Sunday
Services.
M
Accountant General
R WALTER D CHARLTON.
the new AMOUDtan
arrived from England .
i,v tin- t.olnle Prlur to lus ap-
pointment line lie had been with
the Finance lX'partnieni nr the
Colonial Office.
From 19*4 to 1B4S he serve*!
as Chief Accountant. Paleslir.,
Mi
Charlton
was born in 1
and was educat-
ed at JarroW
School and Sker-
ry's College. New
Castle. In 1913
he became a
member or th*
stair of Barclay's
Bank Ltd., whrre
he served until
the outbreak of
the 1914-18 war
when he joined ih.kiiuv
tin Military Forces.
He returned to Civil Employ -
ami iifter the wsr and was
attached to Indian Railways for
three years after which he was
employed fer the next five years
as Accountant in the Royal in-
surance Company. In 1927 he
entered tho Colonial Service as
Assistant Auditor in the Fcder-
ated Malay St.ites and twelve
years later was transferred K
Palestine us Senior Asslstpm
Auditor.
Undecided
MB.^AND MRS FRANCIS O.
HURT and their young
daughter plan to spend a month at
the Paradise Bench Club, before
they decide whether they wili
settle in l!an>.i aottaai Irom Derbyshire. Mr
Hurt's home town || in ll.unp
lui. Ileforr the war he was'a
race horse trainer.
They brought down with them
an eight-year-old 1-ai'i......i
whose name is "Teal"
lo Mutiy Nursing
MI S S LORRAINF. REID
daughter of Mr nnd Mrs
Jerome Reid of St. Jagniss, wai
another passenger leaving by the
fiaseazne yesterday. Lorraine
will study nursing at St. George's
in the East Hospital She was ^i
former student of Queen's Col-
lege.
several of her relatives and
friends were at the Baggage
Warehouse to see1 her off.
Cold Winter
AFTER six month*' holiday in
England. Rev. ami Mrs. E E.
New have returned to Barbados
They arrived yesterday by the
i.ollito Rev. New told Conn
that he was very glad to be back
In sunny Barbados, ftar long
and bitterly cold winter in Eng
land. Other man the cold we it her,
they had a most enjoyabio hoUdaj
Rev. New returns to take charge
ef the Moravian Crnitth in Roe-
buck Street.
Visiting Their Son
MR NOEL ROACH. Speights-
town Druggist accompanied
bjff In-- Brtft, m on their way u>
England by the Ciurogne which
lift Barbados yesterday. They
will be away for six months'
holiday, and during their stay,
they will visit their son Peter
who is studying engineering in
Scotland.
Brother and Sister
MR. AND MRS CHARLES D
NEWBOLO .iime
doy by the (.ottilo from England
,md are remaining In Barbados for
i- short holiday. Mr Newbold is
.; brother Of Mn Hey, Stollmeyer
Mr. and Mrs. Newbold were on
their way lo Trinidad, but M"r.
and Mrs Hex Stollmeyer who ar->
.ti Hirbados. persuaded
l.'iem to remain on here lor a short
Uy.
Mr Newboki, who is Legal
Adviser to the East A (man ll^gn
Commission, is on long leave. Ho
was a former student uf the Lrdg-
-i'h. il l(,il had not visited Parba-
- i tn, twarrt) hve '..
Mr. and Mrs Newbold n
Ing with the Stollmeyer* nl
St. James.
Oth< passfangen Intransti bv
Ihe Gollito for Trinidad yesterday
l ere Hon. P. M. Renison. Colonial
Secretary. Trinidad and aft Mnfer,
a former Director ol Agriculture.
He is on hit way to l. ifh
Mr J. B Ferninde/.' Properties
in Trinidad Mrs. Sharpe. wife
i>( tin- Manager of the Royal Bank
of Canada in Georgetown is also
on the Oolflte. She will get off
the boot in Trinidad and fly to R G
Trinidad Arrivals
Mil. and MRS. COLIN JOHN-
SON and their two sons
aeofffrey and Michael arrived
from Trinidad vesterdny morn-
ing by B.W.I.A. They are
staying with Mr. Johnson'.-
parents at Spencers, Christ
Church.
' ii living from Trinidad
yesterday were Mr. L'lrtc Cross.
barristcr-at law and Mrs. Cross
They are here for two weeks*
holiday. Mr. and Mrs. N. H.
White and son are staying at the
Hotel Royal, and Miss Sybil
Henry and Miss Ethel Smith,
Miss Henry is staying at Leato.i-
on-Sca and Miss Smith at Crystal
Waters. Mr. Joseph MacFurlane
is staying at Gibbs' Reach St.
Peter.
Assist-int Public Relations
MR R. HUGH YOUNG who IH-
longs to the Information De-
partment of the Colonial Office
h.i.. been set:i inied in C M ..n.l \\
to the post of Assistant Publi-
Reliitions Adviser Mr. Young
arrived from England yesterday
by the floMto accompanied by his
wife. They were met at the
Baggage Warehouse by Mr. and
Mrs. P. Hewitt-Mvrtng. Mr.
llewitt-Mynng is Public Relations
Aft vi SSI t<> CD. and W.
Mav Settle Here
MR. AND MRS. C GODFREE
who have Just come from
Surrey arc planning to settle In
Barbados. They arrived from
England yesterday by the Gotflto
and are staying at Stafford House.
Mrs. God free is the former
Julia Scott who gave a singing
concert in Barbados just four
vears ago.
Mr. Godfree at one Umt served
for four years in the Indian Army.
A Daughter
CONGRATULATIONS lo Mr.
Mc.D. Symmonus. Manager
of the Barbados Co-Opcrative
Bank and Mrs Symmonds on
the birth of a daughter on April
30th, 1951.
THE BARBADOS POUCH
ANNUAL SPORTS
at
KENSINGTON OVAL
on "!
THURSDAY. MAY 31. 1951
at 3 p
ITU I OF ADMISSION:
Kensington Itand:
VI ii I Is l/
Children ::: M
i..-iv. Challenor Stand: 1/-
ice Band in attendance.
MR. EARI. B. KAIKD
requests the pleasure of
raw company To
A I'll M! at
ST. ALBAN'S BOVS'
SCHOOL. HT. JAMES
OO
WHIT-MONDAY. 14TH
MAY. 1991
Mr. Hopple Jordnn'n
Orchestra
Admwloa /-
llin.uiR 12 noon pm
KHrnhjaHil. on B.I..
Flouwd LINEN SPUN at--
MORLEY NYLONS ct_.
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SCKDAt \l\\ IJ, 1951
SI NOW AliW't VII
PAOI THIU
GARIEMNfi HINTS FOR AMATEIRS FARM AND
GARDEN
The .,.rtl,n In Mm
SEEING CIRCLE
IWng l .ommomal Palt'ri.s
jrden bed

h "IT the edge
Uw be . ort of ci barrier lieiw
not only has an
appMniK* tnil ( artmc for
trouble Th" gran tnjicU] rum
bMl, the ertge lu^ee its neatnCM, and in Unw
by constantly :rtraigtitening tht
edge, the path or lawn get* nar-
rower, white there crows an
ivtr Increasing Waste space of
fen the two
Wh.ii .- Um BltarnaUvftT
Bricks Nibs i very rod edge,
and ll i* sometimes poaibte to
,cet them Placed end to
look very neat. Bui Biick* If*
not always obtainable and when
be bought, they ar*~
rapafiUra fa10
Large klones placed along tha
>ed do not look tidy, and they
soon let In the grass.
But. if the Locnl coral-atone
hlnch* are em into suitable
rill ba rmmd thai mey
i.trm ii neuter and more lasting
-dge than mot thing* and woe>.
otf "'"re reasonably in price
than the Brtcw= Another advan-
tage of using fhi* (oral stone Is
that It is verv porous, and so t*.
;il!ows a certain amount of drain-
age from the bed
Huw Tn Uae The Slime
Blocks
UM blocks me-
ure 2 feet by I foot, and when
ordering them be sure to insist
on getting fine-grained well
shaped blocks.
To make the edge, each block
must be rut lenulhu-iiy.' l" three.
Thus your block when rut will
I* In three pieces, ggeh n.opstn-
ing 1 feet long by 4 Inches mlck,
by 12 inch** deep Now. each ol
these UirM pMMI tBaaH be cut
again lenorhu-ays in half so that
your one block will ROW l>e In
*u piece*, each piece measuring
2 feet long
4 inches tMek
5 niche* deep.
,re netting nice straight
lines the block should be meas
ured. and mnrks made on the
tone for the saw to follow. T>
tt and can be cut
by sawing it with ;m ordinary
saw. To saw up one block Into
theae leniiths would lake a lit-
tle over half-an-hour.
IIh it will ba seen, that one
2 ft. block, will give 12 feet of
edge tar the garden bed. By
measuring vour bed, *tmple Ml-
- iii mi you bo* man)
h.urk-stnnes yOU will need. So.
then co" pta DM c I m afWHaT.
.I
h bed will i-t you lo

Pulling The Kdr In Place
As soon aa all the Blocks are
*a n up iii Ihe required icngins,
.....i On top edge has been neat-
ened of any rough unevennesa,
the Job of putting them in place
must be done. TnU is a simple
matter, and no cement at all la
required.
The Ant step is to stretch a
Um along the edge of the bed.
from one end to the ether. See
th it this line Is quite level, ana
I the height at which you want
he top of the atone edge to be.
Next, sooop out a shallow trench
under the line. Just deep and
wide enough to take the stone.
I^it in the first one. raising or
lowering It until Ihe top lies
level Just under and touching the
line. A few tap* with a mallet
will settle and firm It. Now fill
in on either side of the stone,
rimming the soil firmly to hold
the stone steadily Proceed in
the same way with the next
length of stone, placing It close
to the firt. and continue In this
bra* dowij the bed until all the
starte., are (irmly in place. Finish
off by raking ihm toil an aitfaer
wide (bed and lawn) until all is
level, and lust Ihe right height of
edging is seen.
At first the stone look* rather
ntnrtlingly white, but it aoon be-
comes 'weathered', and o blends
with the reat of the garden
HV Ayri,.....
WE VIMT A FARM
Agrtre**: Good morning. Mr
Jones, how are you this fine
morning?
Fsraarr Jeaee: Well, to tell the
truth, 1 am whal people some
times call betwixt and between
how U yourself"'
A: That preuy wall describe-
the state of my health. You know.
I believe yen and 1 are not get
ting enough of these green, leafy
vegetables that put pep into one.
And, sure enough, you havc got
Mm* useful nne< around here.
;<* those young, soft tips of the
Mveet potato vines and the leader
pumpkin spires and look at that
t:ne pigweed over iherewell.
..II these make a tasty spinach
dish when cooked up with some
pork scraps or anytning of the'
kind; you know we human*
don't always appreciate the feet
that health often lies at our ran
door; Just asking lo be taken in
1 can lell you this, a dish of these.
,r garden greens indubitably
with some o' those lovely yarn'
you hav* Just dug. fish and a few
There are three more
ecegntxer] method* .' ,
gjrnvnt r .. i mueii th"
easiest for a beginner. U with a
commercial patt.
ia .lose lo a standard stag H..w-
:>Tlcull to
purchase a patter-. of the *>-le
desired in the prnper IBM
If you are "'in with a
commercial pattern it
great .aving of time to pin the
pattern together and try It on a-i
that you may make any altera-
tions tn the pattern rather than 10
the cloth ftet rutttfuj if fofl
have a Rood -*t of measurement-.
you will And ti useful lo check
your patlei n dh your mcasuie
ments Alteration* are made by
slashing and spreading your pa*
tern to gain length or pinning in
tucks to shorten The blouse is
usually lengthened m
be l..fcrn ith the end i f the tap*
i ich" ui> bi yow afw i" I-
sure to meaaun
then subtract 1" to
make the armhole fall 1" below
the armpit which It the Mai
comfortable puaitton for a amooiV
littm.- -.lee\-e. Check your pattev
with this nieasuremciit and add
am neeeasar*!' length ^t I
try ma off to the notches.
Add Jhc i,imc Tiiount lo the
POCKET CARTOON
b, OSBBRT LANCAEti*
t dear Omar. I'm
"r notng 10 riant
u-n another empt.
tht Tecknlc.l
. .intr^n tonight."
Ill for rhe CO* and. tlitr wbh
dayi of lht or timllar far*. tho*c
ir.crnlna chorci. such a* clf-anina
. cew itall and all th* m*wy
work around lh* yard, will **m
hit* nolhlnl at all.
Ti You may b* right and I
w.II crtlrdy tell to* * wh
Hill la Itront b*b*v*r in the
,,ld .aylnn thai the way to a
n.an'. h*art l through hi.
blomach.
*t Mow. t*1l m. Hr. !
and I am not here out of Idle
curlo.lty but Menu* I "* JJ"
.r.. a good farmer and w* can.
i feel he of mutual auuitence
In our" quest for knowl*dg*- how
largo is vour farm"
F J; Alaput ten acrea. i'x in
cane. me*TCf *e erop kf/bJJJ
rMpM. ">y provisioiui * S/*S
BTc^nd 1 am now prep-rout W
plant yajria-ita- la yam month
but I'm ... a little backward as
the cane N taking longer to hawest
this year.
How many cows have
nvM NOLAN
a few inchaa above the waiat
line. Alterations in the skirt
lenfth are usually boot mnde hi
two places namery at the hem
line and half-wly between her.
and waist
Width over the hip* in the
skirt may be added by starting the
pattern from the hem to the waist
and spreading the necessary
amount a| the hipline tapering it
nothing at the waist Thin will
add lo the flare al the bottom ol
the skirt but extra flare at the
hem Ifl needed Id balance the
large hips
Sleeve and .rmhrile adjust
ments must be considered as one.
The mc-^u.wiH-nta foi your un
Id Ihe
i osgTof the sleeve cur\ing

unihole excluding the team- i.a
the Joeve cap nlao excluding
l'io slecvi' < ;i
than Ihe
'.'
uh it will
be diil.rulL to el m the llfliiwi
Miioothly without gather* and i

II -loo flat un appcaran.x-
large abdomen it I
i l>otli in
front waist and skin. Tho quart
lity added to the skirl should be
If added
at the waist and half .it the hem.
M in the shoulder
earn length of the pattern are
M la by stji tinti fi.'in mid
way .ui me shoulder nvam lo but
not through Die armhole jun
above Ihe notch and eitht.
spreading or lajMMng at tha caa
may bo. The ahou'der seam i.
then -tralghlenod by a straight
line fn.m the -h..older at the
MdUtfM to Hie shoulder at the
Donl foiK-n to alter for
both I frt and hack shoulders
No aaeflitlOII ha-- b<-.-n mnde ;.f
bufltllne alterations as it is
wisest to rmv a pattern to thn
luiatline site
itial pattOgM int'iodi
fbi layouts for
cutting and for order
bly Which Is very helpful |q the
.i draaa
n,..l.< .11 Ofum I* able to BflVI
nver ihe amount called
fur I tin pattern tint the U'
II do areil to talloa th
msiiuct..iis ea<'.i.
Next Wefh will explain tin
method of using a bftafil r bflM
u.ittet n for culling
Cookery Corner
For Ihll week I am going to give
von n tew recipes of small cakes
ALMOND IIORSKSIIOK
!0 Big. fl"ur
7 ozs margarine nr butter
ilnced almonds or other
vaniiia imnm
Sift the flour, rub in
the fat. add the sugar.
nuts and t.
I f vaiii.l. Ki
a douah. Hreak off
walnir- i
roll Into a linger shupe,
bend into u horse-shoe
Bake 10-15 minutes in
a modei ate o v e n.
While still hot, sprinkle
with icing sugar.
mem < akes
8 ozs. Hour
4 osa. brown sugar
l SMB. margarine or butler
1 egg
'. lb. currantt.
ri gill
1 teaspoon lime Juice
powder. Stir In the sugar. Bub
in the fat. atir in the currants.
lime Juice and sherry. Beat the
egg. mix well Into the other In-
gredients. Place little heaps of
the mixture on floured and greased
baking tin. Bake In a moderate
nven for about 15
minutes.
NUTTKRR
4 ots. margarine or
butter
a-4 cup brown sugar
1 egg beaten
1 cup grated coconut
4 ozs. chopped nuts
3 cups crisp corn
flakes.
Cream butter and
sugar. Add the egg.
coconut and nuta.
Carefully stir in the
Drop a dessertspoon
of mixture in each paper bun cate
set out on a baking sheet. Bake
in a modcralo oven for SO
minutes.
cornflakes.
baking powder.
>m. and add haklti
tpX0**
A:
you?
FJ: Only U-o. ore i- heavv
In calf and practically dry. Ihe
other ia a young heifer, not long
bred for her second calf and she
haa not yet reached full milk
Ing but we have enough for the
house and a litUe for a neigh
bour.
A: Don't you think it might be
wise to Increase ahe number'
Ciovernment is launching a nig
dairy scheme and. presumably.
thH means an assured market
for all the milk you can pro-
duce with little or no risk to
yourself. Mixed farming or Iht
marriage of crops and stock, y.
know. Ifl good buslneaa since It
diversifies your enterprise.
r J.: Might be a good thing but
the trouble is the feed. It la nut
easy to get and e price is ver.
high.
A: Well, what about the cane
tops, Have you investigated ihe
possibilities of preserving them
in a prl silo and mixing them
with pigeon pea forage for ex
ample* Such a mixture Is Hen
n all tie food elements, is very
palatable and will certainly save
vour feed bill very considerably
Why not have a chat with the
agricultural officer in your area '
1 am aure he could help with a
demonstration and advl>* MR)
from the results of experimental
work at his Station.
FJ.: Of course, (here Is the
labour problem too. Labour is not
only high but fitful as regard-
work and more help will be
necessary f nty farming actlvi-
ties ar increased I am. mysell. (
not an young as I used to be
But that's a point we might dis
cuss next week. I must sign |
off now. I
DARTWORDS
START
HfRE
1-\HIH was I v.
*end you on a
Journey from
II \ '4 M U V IO
PICABDY nil* mean*
you have 'o arrauie
the 30 words so -.hut
thay sum aim Ban-
bury and end *lih
Pioardy aad the
relationship between
nv word and Uie on.
next to II Is governed
by one of Hi rules.
Ifou are lass llkclr
u> lose your wav )t you
bear in mind that
Tennyson's is not *h--
only kind ot Brook ..no
Mrs. Johnson ond Mrs
pumsoll had similar
ta^iea in Cbrlstiao
names for their progeny
RULES
1. The word ma* ba an
anagram of Ulc w.rd tkuu
prucedca it.
J. It mar dp a svnonvra ol tliu
word uui prpcedos n.
1. It may Be achieved Dv add-
ing one letter io tubtrac'inn one
letter from or chang-ng one
tetfer in. tha onvi-iling ord.
4. II may be aamK-iated with
the precedint] nurd n a saving,
simile meiaphor or aaaoc ution
of Ideas
y It ma* luini will) the
preceding *ord. Hie name ol a
v.i'11-knuwn i-'i-.n or place in
fael or fiction.
a. It may He associated wltn
the precf-dinu word in the title nr
action of a book, olar or other
composition.
W[W'
No rue mi., oe tnvokro more
'bkui iwios loiuiiuiittrlv.
A typical .'iiccesalon of words
nitphi be: Oather Cull Gull
Gull til lean
Maatery 8whv
- Master -
...lull..i. Tuesdat
MASS FOR PEACE
VATICAN' CITY. \1..\ (t
VatieaU ad ease-
K a <.|eeinl Man t"V peace
I'. ter*l I' dally at
KeuU-r
lo moJtib you. lavtiu
iHJT
POND'S
PONaVS COLB) CBEAM to cleanse and soften
your skin.
reNava VAMISHIMC CaUEAM
to protect your skin by dy aad to hold your
powder matt
gjCi&r aj^ "B^u^y 'ftodu^t*
POSD-s WAl*. M*>Ri cUnging,
perfumed, sceinliflcally blended, for
a glamorously matt complexion.
F#N'* LirSTICK tmooths
ao easily onto your lips; the
rich vibrant colour stays on
and on and on.
Hero is a range of beauty products used by lovely society women every-
where. Simple and inexpensive, they ars all you need to keep you looking
flawlessly lovely, feeling your very best at all times. You will find them
at all the best beauty counters.


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fyn\Li('iiD\r' '^aaW^rfCT^aln^
f?/rVAj


f dreamed I da need a ballet in mu
rnaidenfbrm bra
0/
"."iroge SMaaft, -/"-im ./".>; I'm irin?. Itapjng. Imrlin/i
uhirlingf 7aV tpO$Hght\ an air...kept in beautiflt
'f.nil-nfumi* gVtl 1/ m a ./m/mci of a
dintm -if a hra wk ' fi tikt \f>,ul*nform'.."
Sfco- I ,,' | |fl wu,s ut
tfud-mfir'-i l**%r,r, m.iJ, nlf m (A*
ViulrJ Stuttt of Amrtua. 'H i fm i-f
rim*.. g 'maiden Tarn >- RHEUMATISM f
and agonising
BACKACHE
GONE)
Suffarera from
rheumatum will
be Interested Id
tha esperlence
related in this
rimn t letter
yea,
OfcifU.lc
ceanprailnl*
r-1ravad by
NR IIS CHEN two i~hegii.~to
faal rhaumatlara
lo my arms and shulil->n. Than
pains atartc,! In the nmi.ll of my
hack, increnxln* until ihay wra
reallv never* I bought a bottle
of Kniachon and waa aurprinfd t
find that 1 got a little relief. I
bought another and horn re tt >m
ftBlaned all my pains had gone
and from that day have not
appeared again, aly rains wnre
obetlnato and tha relief reallv
unrprised n"-T.R.
in the blood pot anna which 1av
boeela and tired kldnaya am
railing to expel For these
.omplainta there la no bner
irearment than KruS'-hen Saita
which cleanses all the Internal
organs, stimulates them to nor-
mal healthy action and thus
restores froauaaa aad vigour.
All Phatntata and Slorae.aaU
KruKEls w
So beautifully easy...
so easily beautiful
because Brylfoani cleansea so ihoroughly yd to gently, your
hav \* uifincd with new r4un,c, new ipaiklc. Let
your mirror ieH the norythe .tory of glowing. gKi.-iouj hair-
heallh! And how wondcrfull. manageable Hivlfoim makea
vour hair, how rconomu-al it i.. loo. Remember tha .predy.
creamy lather twutt every type l hair dry or irrjty, dark or
fair. Ask foe BryUoam ao.1 |M I>ow beautiful your hair can
be! In tubes, the aawafy and ihe iJtp tanomy Mac.
there's more foam in
Brylfoam.
THE OIIOINAL CHAM SHAMPOO IN A IUIC
Macleans
IPSii^^JDlS TOOTH PASTE
keeps tflSlS'Jia ^BUTOIS
and healthy
fmpi
CHECK
\>:-:cay
OiMKili \ I TAiTCS
voox t so
tn/mc J \ cvoD
BARB. M IK
^*/4.


use, Palmolive Soap as Doctors advised
for m Brighter, Trailer Complexion!
Dufioii stast fflBJ Pal-ne!..* ,r ... .m.0.. tempi*...eg
ntaaaateatf la .-un, -o,i o.l. .k.n lefts |sja ige i fc| *-
mm -Sf-eVlull, b..tM-. Cean.leei,*-,, ,., ,NN,, f,-
MlHlHiMPialaaaa3LatQ^
io do oi 36 aa tpeciall.lt '2 fe.to.Mo.A n ij, n|
THE
ARGON IDEA
roil PERMANENT TROPICAL BUILDING
SO FAST
SO EAST SO ADAPTABLE
\4' Cimntrui tiimnl I'riru iplr Effort* Imuzin^ Vinir Saving
1 patted for
oi -!.i*m f-ce-'-i'-.n-p-fi Iheociiiliitti ilw
trite. ltit tept dn lo a minimum thai
M.m fi.rK.lms.
it laMl taboai fwm
approimalcl> e.en !.. IB BSD
Jlljy bMSaOal builJinii Irjincwork.
give height* of 9 11 or 15 A U)
The ctunpleic Amm itnMaBM ll rablalt,
.ntproof, fcrmitepr.i..I jn.l pna
inoCKtructihic V.nh ihcsnecuHy deigned
hcat-insulaiing interior
Kh'tin,:. it pre, dea .1 cool,
Mrong htiildinv'. 1
scrv-ce 111 th-- iri-ric. ;mil
Mlh-IMpl..
' I. 'I, jr-mpii* tl*ftimt oSbiV- A f !/-' Bmrbttdt.-
THE CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.. P.O. Boa M. ..rideetown. BARBADOS
TAYLOR WOOOflOW (BuiMint Egaajrts) it.. mmu SPaBffi uaaaMiN *i inoiano
'ST'Mf agrOM ihiiiiin-, baa been designed
* *nh \peiial cmphaUi on the three
points ut j>iiipubility. rase and speed of
n h. .in unskilled labour force
i -Ira IU)%. cavh adding
another lOlt can be u(ili/cd
In "c jn. tcyuired length
ffPg. gfUlllatfvlrffaM
lcsupplied*ith columns 10
ARCON STRUCTURES


fAC.f. FOIR
St'NDAY ADVOCATE
M'SDAV. M\Y 1:1. 13I
THE FAMILY SOAP
O Gel-, skin really dean
O Banishes perspiration odor
leaves body sweet and dainty
LUCKY NOTHING-
I useRilmolivcBrilliantine
to condition and groom
my hair!
AdrillymjuiarwIihPjImoliK'llrlllijn*
rlnr HkM dry
il.in,))nil . keep, your hiilr *ofl. 1
tout, hcullhy-looking alwavif
PAIMOUVE BRIIUAN TINE m FDR IHr.Wfll.pRllOMED LOOK
steel
Manufactured to the well-known Brockhouse organization ond_
ipeciallv dcsiii"cd to meet the exacting requirement of plan-*
Utlon work In the West Indies, where contouring and draining.
of land is practised. F
These Cnnc Trailers are equipped with large diameter 10
ply rear tyres, and positive brakes, and are capable of carrying
a 6-ton pay load with safety.
Speci/tcations: 5-ton 4-whcelcd Sugar Cane Trailer.
Main Fromr:10'0" long x 4'6" wide, from i
members electrically WalOan
Gooseneck Assembly:of 4" I.D. heavy service tubing.
Side Frames:of steel channel with bolt fixing.
Draubarof ratal channel, cross-braced and electrically
welded.
Bear >lxle Equipment:3" sq. bed, straight-through axle,
with journals; titled 6-stud roller-bearing
hubs. All steel disc wheels, 8 00 x 28.
Fran; Axle Equipment:2Vj" sq. bed. straight-through
axle, with journals, filled 5 stud roller-
bearing hubs. All steel disc wheel.
4.00 x 10.
ruin-: ii'uh
"We know that there are cheaper trailers on the market,
but If vou are Interested in a unti which will give entire satis-
faction in both WET & DHY WEATHER, we invite you to come
in and examine these specially" designed trailers."
JAMAICA V6 BARBADOS
FOOTBALL NEXT WEEK
3-Day Cycle ami Athletic Meet
By a t f.OPPI\
T"VIE Jamaican footballer* are due here on Friday
this week and for the first time in its history a
hi team will in Barbados do battle tar pMt-
l,.ill rumours.
Although the team I* not a Jamaican represema-
\J ^k live team In the utricle*! aense of the word, yet
W ^ Kiiiicton C.C. football tram and Melbourne football
Hub. the two lending senior learns In Jamaica, have
contributed no fewer than eight .ill-Jamaica players
m the team while the rest are all nrst class players.
CHAMPIONS
KINGSTON themselves were this year's Senior Division champions
and so the Tests will provide a competent testing ground both
for the respective merits of the teams and for a critical look at Ihe
standard of Barbados football.
Sportsmen will welcome this move to infuse some life and spin!
into Barbados football and lest It be though! that there is no appre-
ciation of the fact that a tour outside the island would be the Uft
tnsjdkJDl for Barbados football, it must be stated that the Barbados
Amateur Football Association officials agreed to this tour only on con-
dition that it be on a reciprocal basis.
So that, if ihe Barbados team comes up to expectations there is
little to prevent their touring Jamaica later this year.
NOT WILLING
INTERCOLONIAL TOURS are more or less arranged on a reciprocal
* basis and as far as I know there was no colony willing to take
the chance of inviting Barbados on a reciprocal basis except Barbados
proved that their football had reached such a standard that would
make their visit an economic outlay un the part of the colony extend-
ing the ln\ I
This invitation to Jamaica is the first move in that direction and
will not be lacking in support either from the sporting public or from
ihe footballers themselves.
Probable selectees for the Colts XI and Ihe thre* colony names
have been practising hard under the direction of Mr. G. Wllkes. They
riavr been practising heading, tackling, trapping, passing, charging,
dribbling and ball control.
GRAND PRACTICE TO-DAY
'"TVi-DAY they stage a full dress rehearsal at Kensington when they
X will practise team tactics. Whatever be the outcome of the
tnurnamen' thin (raining will certainly not be wasted since the mem-
ber* of the various clubs have been carrying back the fine points of
this training with them and I have seen at least two clubs practicing
trapping and charging.
In addition to this, the added confidence which it must instil in
the minds of the players themselves and the fact that they will have
been playlnc. together for three weeks instead of meeting for the first
time at Kensington in a Colony game, should enhance their chances of
putting up a good show.
JAMAICA RKADV
JAMAICA || ready to challenge lolomes in the West Indies to foot-
ball tourmes. As a matter ol fact there have been certain "feelers'*
sent out In the direction of Trinidad. Jamaica have themselves visited
Haiti, and here is Barbados' chance to regain a place on the Intei-
colonial football map.
footballers will be given a chance to Indulge in positional play
Mmc the 1'ickwlck Cricket lnn authorities have agrcea to extend the
present field considerably anu bring it mere in keeping with the re-
quirements of first class football.
CYCLE AND ATHLETIC MEET
THE newly formed Amateur Athletic Association of Barbados arc
breaking new ground for the staging of a three-day Intercolonial
Cycle and Athletic Mcctinn. 1 am hoping that this Meet receives
llie public support It deserves, since 1 have always urged the Asso-
ciation to try to stage u three-day Meet, lui although the Association
has been able to clear their expenses foi the most pan in tneir iwu
day Intercolonial Meets. yet they have never been able to realise any
apprtdabM profit, it any at all, to build a fund.
A THIRD DAY
T">1JE answei lo this was a third day, in my opinion. They should
JL be able to cover their expenses on the first two days and the
proceeds from the third day's meet will be nearly all profits.
A seven.man contingent, all cyclists of the rtll Stars Sports Club
of Trinidad arrived here yesterday morning by the S.S Gascacnr.
They were Lennox Longe. itupoxt peters, Horace Boyce, Freddie l>'
Pe*a, the twin brothers Alric nnd Uric Lewis and Herman Bernard
Othellu Patera, sprinter from the Trinidad Police Constabulary
arrived by the same opportunity.
KOI (ill CROSSING
rf^ONSTABLE De Peza. manager of the cyclists observed that while
*^ the boys had left Trinidad in very good form they had had a
rough crossing and most of them were seasick. He was fairly certain
however that they would be fit by Monday.
I do not think that we have a match for Trinidad's Irwln peirce
ov.t the long distances yet. but Hunte and Denny should constitute
good local opposition in the middle distances.
FARNUM AND STUART
FANNUM and Stuart, the leading "A" class cyclists can hold their
own anywhere in the West Indies to-day and so there is no
hope of our being disgraced In this department.
There will certainly be a duel with a distinctly local flavour
between Stuart and Famum. Sporting circles here are wondering
whether Farnum can now/withstand the efforts of Stuart to wrest
the leading position among Barbadian circles from him.
However the weather has been kind and I am looking forward
to three days of very good Intercolonial cycling and athletic*.
Bailey Breaks 220-ytl Record
nil-: mi.vm:h
NEYv BLOOD
Among The Owner* As Well

As The Horses
it? BOOKS
day many years ago when I
'as walking through the Turf Club paddock I
bet his "cork"
other horr
The "cork" re-
the large hel-
__ gentleman in question was wearing
iid while it was indeed a new hat it was not that which Impressed
M n as the way In which the gentleman expressed himself
introduction in this gentleman as well as the last
ime 1 saw him at or nenr the race ir.iek until comparatively recent
In the interim I understand he became one of the best known, and
certainly the most voluble, of pavilion cricketers in the Island, al-
tm.ugh, I am also told, he could use the willow to good effect in Second
XI matches. His Jests became weil known in nearly every pavilion
there is in this island and those who escaped being hit for six on the
field could hardly expect a similar fate when they retired to the stand
should they for one minute find themselves in the limelight. The
gentleman off-drove and hooked with a reckless abandon that not only
*tamped him as a master of repartee, but often had nearly everybody
i oiling in their seats and splitting their sides with laughter.
In latter years, although cricket still remains his first love, the
trends of life removed this gentleman from the precincts of Kensing-
ton Oval and he look up his abode in the vicinity of. or perhaps one
might say nearer lo. the Garrison Savannah. Alas it cannot be said
that what was cricket's loss has been racing'* aain, for the simple
reason that cricket has not lost him The fact is that the main part
of racing is indulged in duetag ihe early morning while cricket is
: i ved in the afternoon. Hence our friend has found
lime for both. Nevertheless his interest lu racing has been very wel-
come and although| ihere is no equivalent in this sport for the term
pavilion cricketer, he has served the fraternity In a similar capacity
only too well during the past year or two. One of the most notable
u( his accomplishments I can think of has been ihe silencing of some
rather puerile but persistent chatter which has frequented the Grand
Stand since I can remember racing in this Island.
As the watching of numerous horses going around the Savannah
is pastime which allow* qm much tune for thoughts of other matters.
we have often benefited considerably from the gentleman's knowledge
of worldly affairs in nearly every sphere of life. That his fare ol
knowledge extends over a wide field is only natural seeing thai gtoeg
the day I first heard him talking about betting his "cork", his activities
have been varied. During the American occupation, he soared with
the eagles but since then has changed over to the down to earth
' "'''-- ol i uiuiing .i Cum anil i.... k bur .m.l nn.,11;. wound up With
a Chinese Restaurant on his hands. Having therefore exchanged cork
for eagles, eagles for cows, and added chop aucy. it is not surprising
to learn that this gentleman is now going in for horse flesh.
It is therefore with singular pleasure that I introduce you today
to the newest owner in the racing game: none other than Mr. E. C.
"Teddy Jones, owner of Barbados Dairies, proprietor of the Green
Dragon Restaurant and now also owner of the English thoroughbren
Ml.v ltd Cheeks. "Take a bow Teddy!'
A ND now for some news about the filly. Although on the email
i- side, she seems wen proportioned enough and perhaps in a raw
months time she will look so different that we might not lake her for
the same horse. She was a winner In England last season and ran
was
few
- ......_...ing. She is bv
Linklater out of Golden Carp by Cameron Ian out of Flounder, by
lluchan out of Flo Will, by Flying Orb. The only dam of winners
In the first round Okapi ran into Flirt and demasted her among the above is Flounder which produced Bombay Duck, a useful
after snapping a stay- Flirt was towed to the Aquatic Pier **""',.hE" ? ""dJ"i,.?.Vnri ,9SJnul ., ,,ni ha-
, FK ", .. X. . - ,-a j Red Cheeks ran eight turns in F.md.u.d last MMOQ. winning her*
by a launch while Okapi, which was disqualified, dropped ,mly race In the Sandgat- Nursery at Ayr last September. In this
out Of the raOC. -vent she defeated a field of eleven runners over six furlongs, the
Jack Badley'g War Cloud scored leading at the end of the first lap. Makes beiny worth C2H2 In h. r aavtfl other starts, the best she could
her first victory this season in She finished this lap one minute manage was 6th place in the live furlong Star and Garter Plate at
the B" Class She give three and 40 seconds ahead of Magwin. Hurst Park. She also ran ov.-r : furlongs and a mile in her last two
minutes to Ranger but eventually which overtook both Peggy Nan starts last season. For further comment on her I must wait and nee
defeated Banger by a minute and nnd Fally. and was second. Folly how she shapes up.
.Tci mmZJs,SMA SE3" bX^'SuiSta! X ACCOMPANYING Red Check, out Iron, En,..d .h, ta..
Blab- which k well In the others in order were: Peig> Nan. * consolation prize filly 1-rcttv Way. which lias been purchased
up .n c#nwt, K4.ni. Gannet. which still by Mr. Victor Chase. In contrast, she is
VAN IHORNDMU skippered by her owner Raymond "Burk"
Murphy, won In (he "D" Class at the Royal Barbados l ... in Clubs
Nlnlh it. in. yestrrtfay evening In ihe background Is the
|| M.C S Magnificent" whlrh recently visited Barbados.
'Okapi' Collides With -Flirt'
War Cloud Scores First Victory
(By Oar YMhUnt CorrnpoDdenl)
THE NINTH REGATTA of the Royal Barbados Yacht ';.?'" ">' r *" ml" gu,.b.T ,'" '"' hcr '"< "" '
Club was hd in Carlisle Bay yesterday afternoon The XhTas SS %*?S.1? S?ttVl2. I^'i,'
race was south about in a medium to light wind.
One accident marred the evening's sailing. Mid-way
in' first round Okapi ran into Flirt and demastcd her
after snapping a stay Flirt was towed to the Aquatic Pier
averages.
Nine boats started in the "B"
Class but two dropped out early
First to complete the first round
was Ranger which completed the
round ip 33 minutes. War Cloud
was second a little over two
minutes behind and third wa*
Fantasy.
"Fantasy" Lend*
Fantasy received two minuter
from Moyra Blalr but she >vas
'>nly leading Moyra by
big upstanding animal
.addle and well made als>
i front.'
nth plenty of power behind the i
She too is a winner in England.
By Way In out of Chilton, by Uastur out of Charwoman, by Apron
out of Lady Earn, by Bridge of Eani out of a Ustcrlin mare, by Bulioi
out of Cairngorm, this filly apK .she is obviously this way inclined, is .seen from the fact that she WH
inl.-xd in, and won a mile race as a two-year-old. This was the
had the lead on Cyclone, VainouM-
,.r.d Scamp. Cyclone gave Scars
five minutes and Vantoo*r 01
ndnute.
Mas win completed the two laps
m one hour. 18 minutes and 27
seconds, three minutes and 33 mmm >. auu nun nine mw .
feconds better than Mk'tbeliavr Trafalgar Plate at Sundown Pain in October last and from a field ol
Cyclone's tune for the race was eight, she appears to have won easily. It is seldom that two-ycur-ul.l->
OSM hour. U mirmles and NHB ..n- sfiit ov.-i ,i iimU- i( id.-,.... m>l thought to be belter at this diatant-a
seconds, four minutes and 33 sec- than at sprinting, and it can be guessed what her connections must
onds better than Gannet. have been thinking. In her other five starts. I'relty Way did not place.
Dauntless won in the Interme- but most of the remarks against her name in the form book anow Hut
. diale Class. Nine boats started, she was improving because they got better each time she raced, until
seconds. Fifth was Rascal which Dwu,Ueae, along with Invader and aba finally won.
started level with Moyra. Glpay Eagle were lust to atari Dauntless Her pedigree is interesting from the point of view that she comes
nid Mischief started together but madt glKKi UM, 0f her early Marl from a line of mares who threw good winners, but not necessarily
Gapay gradually crept away and am| wail ntBt to complete round anything very outstanding. However, that the line has been consistent,
wa* now about 14 seconds aheai nne. She had 0 lead of two and i* something which local breeders should note for future reference.
By the end of the second lap, B half minutes on Eagle. Third The first dam of winners we come to is Charwoman. She produce.!
War ('load had overtaken Ranger. wi Invader, followed by Reen. ni. i m willMr, Mrs Mops (bv Colombo! who won three races in
She had a lead of 43 seconds while Dawn. Gnat. Mohawk, ('wron 1.143 valued 7261. Next Charwoman was herself | winner being amor |
Moyra Blalr went into third posi- MU nnd Clyllr Dawn U irtud ., bunch of sight throwp by h.-r dam Lady Earn. In fact. Lady Earn
>n and was now a few seconds Wlln Mohawk but Quickly pulled Manu to have been .1 regular producer of winners ttetween the years
LONDON. May 12.
Mai Whllficld of America. 800
metres Olympic champion won
Ihe 8B0 yards internaUonal event
in the British Games at the White
City Sladium, London, to-1l.1v, in
1 min. 53.7 sees.
De Kroon of Holland finished
MCOBd in 1 min. 54.1 sees, and
It. Pcarman of America third In
I min 542 sees
Hoger Bannister, tho Oxford
Blue, repeated his recent United
Slates triumph when he won the
mile international race in 4
ns. .2 sees., the fastest time
he has ever clocked for this dis-
tance in Britain,
R. A. Morley of Britain was
second In 4 mins. 13.8 sees, and
II Hailing of Holland third in 4
mins. 14.4 sees.
Browning Ross of America,
winner of the Pun American 15uC
metres 1 hampionship was badly
bjaaten mi0 fifth place.
In the 220 yards. MacDonald
Bailey cunning for Britain broke
the record. In ideal conditions.
with no wind and on a track tha*.
had dried out well after the
recent heavy ruin, Bailey clocked
21.2 seconds, two seconds outsldo
his British National record.
Herbert McKenley of Jamaica,
the world record holder lur Uw
440 yards was second, and J.
Lammers of Holland third.
Uailey'g victory was u great
triumph In view of his hopes
for the Olympic games In Hel-
sinki next year, but H was some'
what marred for him by his
baby son's illness.
He rushed from the track lo the
11> ;.|.ii:il immediately aftei his
race
He had sportingly offered to
run aa he did not w*nt to let
down fans.
Rrater
..I .-ad <>f FanU.->. Raeal \..r-> I
RFSt, followed by Glpay which
had increased her lead on Mischief
by over a minute.
War Cloud kept her lead
throughout the final lap, complet-
ing the three laps in one hour,
44 minutes and 57 seconds, four
minutes and 46 seconds better
than 1: Lii.:.T Moyra Bla>r was
third and Gipsy, which overtook
away and left her.
Final Lap
Cor one tU sailed very well in
the final lap and overtook all ex-
cept Dauntleis. She also is now
very high in the averJties. DmiiiI-
leaa defeated her by many mm
utes Dawn mushed third, a min-
ute behind CoronrtU.
The "D" Clogs victory went In
*'isn^y7'fourth' FaaUuVy"came in Van Thorndjkr with Raymond
fifth, followed by Mischief nnd 'Jluck" Murphy nt the her.
1925 and 1938, but again m-.l. .1 mini.-rate performer* Out of the total
..f [4,6201 won by her foals only Earn Hill (by Spion Kop) and Spend
.1 Penny (by Apron) managed to top the 1.000 mark. In turn Spend
.1 IVnuy became a dam of two winners of small races while anothe-
of Lady Earn's brood. Fortunate Lady, threw five moderate winners.
The next dam in the bottom line of the pedigree, the Lesterlin mare.
Ahuh w;is unnamed, is the one which has the best record of all as a
nrood mare. In all she produced six winners of 18,111. most notable
of which was Amethystine (by Haim.ul! > which won six races in-
cluding the Kempton Jubilee, a handicap worth 2.500 in 1925. Here
B notice that stamina prevails. It is also notable how const.
tent were this mare's off spring as the following list of then- winnings
-hows: Quarryman (by I*rospector) 8 races vnlued 2,257: Ladv Earn
seablril (by Bridge of Enrn) 4 races valued 2.322; BrufT Bridge (by Rrida.-
k.im.iI Thorndyke started
"C" Class honours went to Colin but quickly pulled away from ,',,,,) 12 races valued 5.822; Scotch Jewel (bv Prospector) 1 race
Bellamy's Magwin which defeated her. She was the first lo com- valued 171. the onlv one under ihe thousand pound mark: Amethys
Mmbrhave by 45 seconds. Mag- plele ihe first round, a minute Iine (bv Hainault) 6' races value,! 6 362; and Conde (bv Halnault)
win gave FoUy three minutes, and 30 seconds ahead of Rainbow, g races'valued 1 17?
Coming third in this class was Seablrd was 45 seconds behind
Cyclone skippered by Denis At- Rainbow while Buccaneer was FOR TIIK JUNK MEf.TING
kinson. which once again whipped fourth, followed by Olive Blossoaa T*HE TRACK is beginning |o look alive on mornings as a few horses
Gannet after giving her four about seven seconds ahead of prepare for the June Meeting. I think there will be about eleven
minutes. Imp which gave her three min going uver for this fixture and I number them as follows; Notoniie
Fleven Started utes. Slnbad camo around last and Fuss Budget, the former having been sold by Mr. Donald Scott to
Eleven boats started in this Buccaneer, wiih "Fnfnc" Wil- Mr. Charles Paarce during the week; Mr. Bourne's Rebate, Nan Tudor,
class. MlMbehave. which started Ham-, at the helm, went on t3 Arunda and Usher; Mr. Chin's Court O' Law. Catania and Cross Roads;
with Peggy Nan end Felly, was On Pate 5. Mr- Cyril Barnard's Best Wishes and Cross Bow.
The man
who didn't
know .
ECKSTEIN BROTHERS
BAY STREET
'ilcllo, where's Busier roJay?'
'Oh. he preferred unoo/ing
indoors. I don't know what's
BOOM over lhai puppy1 No lift
in him at all, and his coal look-
icrriblc'.
'What arc you doing about
it>'
'Doing about It? A dog van
look after humclf, -urcly! I
must just have pkked a dud.
thit's all. But lie looted tine
when wc got him'.
Tbafl "here you're wrong.
He ti a fine pup. but he can't
look after himself, the way wild
;inimsU can. It's up t.> jnu n
do -omcihuii; il vou've lei
him gel in *uch a bad *utc.
Sow, whit I give ludv
ben- '
'1 musi wv :.hc always
1 lovely coadrlkaV.
h.*b MARTIN**.
'Condition that's thcaniui-rl
A dog needs tegular conditior>
ing 10 seep really fit. Try giving
BttatCI Bob Martin's Condition
Tablcl* dailv and you'll 1000
have him straight again. The stuff
in themvitamins and minerals
and so ondocs a dog good
njiiirally by purifying his bka
and toning him up generally".
'Bob Martin'*, eh? I've heard
Of them".
'All dog* need Bob Martin's
and they're particularly mipor-
tani Cm pup*. t %%n them oft"
wtll, and 10 build healthy bones
and lecth. Judy has ihem regu-
larly, and she's seven now".
'I'd never have guessed
11. Bob Martin's has cer-
tainly done her proud!
'I hank- for ihe lip, and I'll
DUNLOP
<^
MOTOR CYCLE TYRES
for extra Performance
-.t 1
1 today'.
I. M. II. MMIHS i( Ol I I)
HIDOITOWN UAHEADOS BHUISH WilT INDI1I
BARBADOS
TURF CLUB
The followinir amendments and additions have been j;
made to the Official Classification for Summer Meeting. ;
1951. which was issued on 30,3 51:
B.I.
Sunny Game
B.2
Seawell
C. 1.
Fabulous
Landscape
C. 2.
Sweet Rocket
at
Lady Belle
K. 2.
Suntone
r. i.
Flame Flower
a i.
Qavotta
D0WD1NG ESTATES & TRADING
COMPANY LIMITED
Subject to change in the event of any horse taking
part in any Meeting prior lo the Barbados Summer |
1961, |
:'.iir,i',:'-^r-.'.v.^'.^r.^^.::.wiwcut<

SUNDAY, MAY 13, 151
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
l-Ai.l FIVE
OKXP1
COLLIDES
a> 1 tun. Fiif
overtake Mmbu- vcnui
SfM finished second, j-
behind Van Thorndtke Thiru
i on :.. \\ Aim I 114 MEET
ng
The Tenth Ri
R.B.Y C. will be sailed on Thurs
day. May 24 at 1 00 ML tlM
Eleventh on Saturday. May 26 at
2.30 p.m. and the T
Saturday. June 2 at 2 30 pm
The race for the Frtmten..c
to which nil local yacht*
men look forward, will be sailstf
<>n Thursday. June 7 at 1.00 p.m.
To-day. being Wnlt-Sunday
there will be no Regal i., af bW
Tornado Asaociation.
Th- r*> sun Ttaa
N.-i- tuf.i ri.--
f kr BUT......
-T
:m t
111 l 4
1 IIM
9. Okapl )M DQ
Ml fanta.-. T Mom. niair

1 H ... IM 1 4
7*1 1 4
ft, Ml.chirl XI 1 4
l. Invader c SMI* Ml i a i3 i a
11. lla-en 143 1 M it i n
1 MonattK icr i m
11 Dawn 1 *T 1 I-
1 Gnat 34* i a
4 Coioneita ui i a
11. Clriie Ml 1 M
I Ux. Behave JS 1 II
* rVaBV N.m MS 3 43 1 1
ii Han 144 1 W 1
as. Hrij i.a l M
347 I 34
II (;.:-! 34S 1 11
^t. Bosu. DNS
. Vamaoa* 111 1 la
Cyclon* 111 1 14
BaMtl 330 1 3B
10 Van Thornd^ke IV 1 X
.. hi m SSt I 33 330 1 M
oiiv* Btawm 331 1 940 1 M
T llnbad 3*3 1 M
Faiths
Barlmdiaus
FivoBv12
m
Till: t.Hht.h mTHODOX
tpisatrxt. ORACH
By James F. Brathwaite
- Episcopal
( "urch was or;inucd in Cuba
i > August 1. IMI I -.
McV. Ibm Jack, now Archbishop
BJkl M
i the reallxahli- pOftiAM
ol the Holy Srnpture*! contained
ind Ncv I
rfc of the Creator und
the only suflicieut rule of faun
It enltrats all the faithful to reao
the tamo dilige,tt>. not only as
iheir duiv nut privtlofa), but
urt-dienn- Lo "
Seau-ch Ihe Scripture*, etc ." <
the moral instructions contained
MAY 13 NO. 171
The Topic
of
Last Week
Tl.i
mgs.
Church also accepts the
TRINIDAD ATHLETES pictured shortly altar taay UimImI at tno Baggage Warchousa ysatarSay Basra
ing Ti.-y arnvad by the French OS. "OaacecM" and will taka Bart la tka tbrae day Oy, i- and Ath-
letic meting which opens at Kansington to-morrow afternoon
They are- (L. to RI Lennox Longa. Rupert Peter*. Horace Boyce. Freddie Depeaa (Manager in
Police Uniform), Alnc Lewis with kla twin brother Urtc Hidden behind him and Herman Bernard, all
cyclists of the All Stars toorta Club.
At Ui* eartrems right Is Othallo Plarrs. swrlaWr of the Pollee OooiUbolary.
Sun Tan Scores
Two Wins
iFlotn Our Own ConMpandml
PORT-OF-SPAIN. May 12
Heavy showers filled the race
track at Arima with water to-day.
Rain clouds were bursting
ihroiigho.it ihe evening.
Following are the results of the
I lit day's racing:
I.TCV IIOPII
1 Sun Tan iSlnghi
r Blur Bird ii.i-.i- *a
1 II,, Worship ro.-..i mom: it **:n ana im
M "
WIST r.N SAWMIM. TRUPIIV
1 Vigilant flfl |
2. 8 rtO lO'Nelll
3 Th* Phunloi
: 1st at It. Xnd S3 U
3rd I
!.!'
ItB. "I'.IS'M. MIMOKIAI. Txurur
1 Ki4ii( Neslectut iSalli
3 Katla Porca(: S334 B4 UI MM tnd MM.
ltd
,"V
I.
JOHNSON LTD TROFSV
1 OaM < i
I. Ftamei Ixiyer tYvonel)
I Hv Babu iM Uiirhman>
"or^a.t taa.U. UI ISfls. Ind IIM
I >14S.
I MI'llil IHMIK Af
.. *mi Tan tSiiiah<
tllariiKi.la-.
3 Fljlna Ar.ii ilillim.
p\sr.'a. naso. i* a
m *.d it *>
fi as.
nwAsin ihm.i. i.
1. Tajmanal tM Luirhnuin>
I ii in- <;. .... i,. aati
3. fi>a Weed iO'NHIi
Fai.fl. M0.3g: UI I3fc
lid lias
C. A. OARHAMi: ii.'.m
The Atom )A Jnieplu
SPORTS
WINDOW
Tin. asiaara iootb.ii nnum -
DIVISION ONK
I ...*> la : P-fta.tra > .. KaUe
Ham* R^frrea L. F. Harris.
i i..-...,. i ParrU ,, d A,
rkiiaii
rdni-Mlai IS | Spun., Carl-
i-" Balaraa o. S. 1'apala.
lu.-.m.n O Raaln.an .M 1.
\rrhrt
I mt.it IS I r-R.vrn ... I ..In
rarr*. Hal R. tflMs.
DIVISION TMO
i"-4.i la Ivartaa *. f-arttan
al Baafe Hall i-.-..-, q.
AarT.
i '.. ... -,..,.,., ,, f,rt.
Refer** l> Habla*aB
I .J.-1 U riPagB If. I.vrrl.n SI
alias*. R*f*r**: J. Kauatih
r.*N i. EMSIre .( ||,
H*ll Rrfere* n i.,,!,,,,,
aivMioN man:
I ,-..!-. |1- I O it.,!. *a. i ,
Wean-.Ja, I. raH. ., CarHaa
a< i ... Balarvai R w.i.. ,.
*' O. ,,.. ,.. Kalra Daaae
I CaasMrnere Kri.ro A
Tlt.ir.ti
tmair. n R.tlaal al Bank
Hall R.f*re* A. F...U
''' ' Fall** *.. c.O. It,,. a,
ISBUIBS.1 IO0TBALL
T>*-lay 19U. HarklaSs v. Rang-
er-. Rrotee Mr Robert J-ann
Wad. May lain MasO. v. W|-
errwr. "A". Retere.. Mr. C C
I... |
Ti a May 17th Rarutan vs
WcMtanvn -B'. n*r*re*. Ml. D
i.ralia-n.
I. Mai l*in Pentode vi W.|.
Hr ;*.** Mr O
Oiahai
A"
plai

I i hsf rij
TiU i.
s J..
Mj
Honeymoon iHI. I^itchtnant
Foreti.i *1W>: UI Siui. Ind SMS.
ad |1*
VERBANT VU KtMIKAl'
I It Babu 3 Hope* Coltawe tM. Lulchmani
COLLEGE BEAT PIRATES
College defeated Pirates 292"
in their Basket ball match at
Y.M.P.C. last n.ght.
For College? Dnvis scored 10
and Emptagv 9. Doclson scored 0
for Pirates while Forde nnd Git-
tens netted six each.
GINGER"
IS DEAD
t Praat Oar ...... I rxaandrnl
I^RT-OF-SPAIN, May 10.
Wilton St Hill, former Shan-
nun. Trinidad and West Indies
batsman is dead. "Ginger" as he
was popularly known, toured Eng-
land with the West Indies team in
1928 under Mr. K. K. Nuncs. Wis-
den had this to say of the slightly
built batsman: "Of this batsman
Who hud boom delightful strokes
on the nif-side, much was expect
ed before the tour began, but too
eager to hit before he played hiin-
aaD in and, in these circumstances,
liming the ball badly, he did little
or nothing."
Everton Beat
Spartan 20
SPARTAN. last years Cup winners, suftornd their first
defeat of the season when Everton beat them tw<>-nil m s
football match which wa* played at Kensington Ovsd yas-
terday afternoon.
A fair crowd witne*d the match which was occasion-
any marked with thrills. The ground was firm and fast
and n new ball showed up some of the deficiencies of sum*
of the players on both sides. R. White, the tall Everton
centre f.rward, scored both goal? for his team and these
were 'beauties".
The first goal scored Jum after low shot but the Spartan t1SJ*~
.- V,Um* -?"s w*" he*d"d '" dian trgj well behind file h. \<
kLari^t f. !,CCOnd Koal w;" Kv,lh WskOlt Who had now
kicked in well away In the left shifted i centre forward, en rr-
corner of the net. Thig had CsMving a pass ran dm and ||
power and kept u> lb* ground looked like if Spartan was gong
PJr^_"*J **r- jm SR'ns- opened to put in their first goal when
*itli Everton defending th*. south Weekis and Ball, the F.verlo.i
*^ tSr aflcr,lc "ick off fun barks, foiled has attempt by
T J u I'Ta'" EwrU ome clever anUcipallon.
which Hay no. Kicked weU int.
the Spartan area but on raeclv- Second Coal
ing the ball again he kicked
outaide Keith Wnlcott on the About two mmutca before the
right wmg on receiving a pass, <*<< ol the game White again.
centred the ball across the who wag always talcing tries Si
Everton penally area, but none the Spartan goal, put Everton two
of his forwards ware there and "P when h0 ran down unmarked
Reace took Ihe opportunity to and kicked well Into the loft
clear. corner of the Spartan goal. Cozier
White Scores spreadeagled himself in an at-
tempt to save, but the shot was
While made a nice attempt at w,''l directed and forceful. The*
the Spartan goal when the llrst gam* ended with thu score at
half was about 15 minutes old. two love against Spartan.
Both teams were at this ataga The team
trying their best to open their Spartan. Co/ai. R**C*, C'.il>
scoring. A free kick was award- boiw. Medford. Gittens, Catkwan.
ed to Spartan when Whllo Johnson. Griffith. Boyce. Wokott.
elbowed Griffith, but nothing Morris
came out of It. Two minutes Everton. Basra. Wcakes, Hall.
before half time Everton drew Ifarewood. Haynea, Maynard.
first blood when White their White. Blades. May wood, Murray
centre forward headed tha ball and Baal/.
In the Spartan goal after his The linesmen were Messrs. O.
right winger had centred well Graham and C Smith and the
across to him. Shortly after thu referee was Mr D. Sayers.
first goal Blades took a brilliant ________
first time shot which waa going
straight into the Spartan goal but
Cozier who was being kept very
busy positioned himself correctly.
caught the ball and kicked well
to midfiold The score was wi-
blew for half time. In the UtWr Wa)her Cup hPT1. lo_ri.v. wh,.n
part of this half the Everton thrV ,fnr(.d lhM, f,,lir!h ., Ul
forwards combined well. thl S..iRles against Ur.tam.
After half time Everton went The United Sl..t-
(iii the offensive and kept the ball gained a lead of two games in the
constantly m the Spartan area, fouraonias yesterday.
Gill tested Coaler ogsin with a Reaser
1924 Bishop Jack after
- our in Cuba and tha
\r ,
to Barbados. On Seplember 2*
I hureh it'
Bank Rat] near Empire dub OS
tberi applied \<- tha Qovvrnincnl
of this island to be n i
i of the Gospel with jj
Greek Coniimskion. Ho eacoju-
tereri (Treat oppoitn>n AJ

'.(.- S., '. .Till I
Iii 1925 Bishop Jack
parcel of land tn Country Road
and built a Church there. TM*
Jubflas ui
r last veil The Ser-
vice was conducted 1>\
Lionel Smith. Anhdi-oni .1
Dwossi saygsiad by the R v
C A. Bojraa, row Otaat, K<'v
Neblell Rev Holder. Rev.
.in., g ,'i
Deacon Marshall, and M
Stiuughn Uutina imiii All of IM
tionad iBjnlsti
onlaineti by Archb4asMp Jack
At present there are ihrc
Churches m ll. i bg
the Caiiieiii.d In Countrj Ro I
St McGlnlc
IM i Isn i BaitMh as iu
Pean aiiad ly llev Holder
Aliothrt i- a Chin rh
on In N.-w Ol
lean*. Sp' This 1*
known ai "Tha l'.opi,v. Chtireh"
and Is baang aic*sd froi
tioaa ssfcaa lights m
open air services held in I
Street The oilier Chur.h
aled in Bank Hall. Hash Gap, and
i- supervised by Rev A la]
mael. This is known as "St.
Calliermi's i hureh *
Archbishop Jack ir; now in the
in b> tatas saUattavi handj bu
a noatel in San Fernando, Trini-
dad He hopes ,.Ko t,, further
ttal k in this Islanq on Ins
retuiti
Pitting thoet for the
outdoor twasitm
d : SIMRI ri .LH|a
:..
.. ..-*
I U all
si'lRI dim- ihcsc Nogitci jtu .ot from
. . I I .
I
live raj*i% ainvrd -I.-, ka al
i stunt
rhiheit. Met.
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Ai>o (i i ifaajaSts ii*-
lint olteii tnry ao4 1 Qum
iuiti- earl.: twSB nvt LiU
aid. BI
Can k* .ll..-.l to n.a.
Sii it a rid oiitalda ,nu |m-
KM U-lnTi Maa*
Agenti far Baibatk>%
(JasjHral Agency Oft iH.irbadu^ Ltd.
(P<>. BJbs -I".. 14 High Street, llmlge<>"->n
/ifn'iii: /hi mm
B.A.F.A. football
POSITION OF < I I Hs
And lamuns "Swtai-UW-
Wln. kr,,.. o| OaraVn PaHl*..
A. wet) a* "Cttrte Hltea '
Dp HM
An* put MMPm all to ahani.
Sa- n, IS* tr mnn..
AB gaagSt an tlw asi.e
Open Ihe sate* wida: oper-
1*1 paual* *-.
*>* up her* m BaWtodth,
Wr all muat teektil-
Jos aald to Rnlwtt aphaj
Old boy Ihe drtnaa n -*
Why thu la Civic ormni
,..
To hear Ski Ma again -
WeU- Well' that talkuia in* l.n-
Tolrl ua Mvav t ran aBht
Hat a>M i.ur lor.l U.qrnmrM
CM t-..ll> help W n9,t
II they mild sal
The "Nru Ir ,i .in., ,i...
bivita the mmir-Y nuwuialM.
aaaa i.naitHa- bant,
TWO! h'le tn fer.1
And Sl.r (hm cloHWt |o wa*
DIVISION ONE
W. Sj. D VU.
nfvitos- two
Whti alanad IB SO aV
Win **' mm aorl kt nsta it,rm.
And k*rp Ihem -.hlle Utev >4al
Wa an*a n. -e ,m. aajiaaa
Innira up fi.lm lirait tn ti-
A little ioi> -ill kMHp tiiesn.
A..a Iru-. -ill IBB) fa is
i H HM bis day.
It will In- untply aratid
T.. aw our ktrnl m
Um land
B.>Ui Joe and BobeM UianK aS
Wh-, t mi. afTort give.
E-I.lal< Clly Mei.Mnl..
Who teal I hat SBSff BUM IWS
S)V !. ,1| ,., lB.-
Hai I rtlnn. ..i>. .i-,n
Ol*kS sill .
All -Ii! enfnv J a R
sponsored by
J&R BAKERIES
makers of
ENRICHED BREAD
und the blenders of
JAR RUM
U.S. RETAIN WALKER
CUP
LANCASHIRE, May 12
The United Slates retained the
i M P C

I ;0,r,
1
>,i pre
Wise is the sufferer from beaJjche or nrrvc
pain who keeps a supply of Pncnsic In a
msiier of minutes tbe wonvt of pains give
way to Phensic and as the pain btaasat,
pou feel tit and cbccrlul, ready again for
work or play. Ii is pood to know that you
can alwayt have the certain relief of
Phensic Be prepared lor headaches keep
a supply of PbcnuL bandy.
rfusttake\
2
^Tablets*
(Ivor 9t,M0
people Inn I hem
even week

llrilisb made handwountl
Sntith- Alarms are ibe pop.
ular rnoire liecnue they mrr
outstandiug in their reliabil-
ity, stvle and value. There
are models to suit all tasic*
in ill-light nil shades In match
any bedroom furnishings. Be
glad to own ooe I
1011 BRITISH MADE
(M^Fa
Phensic
f
1 for quic/i. siifc rebel
I FROM HEADACHES. RH'.UMATIC PAINS. LUMBAGO, \
NERVE PAINS, NEURAMU' .1WLUEHZA, COLDS & CHILLS |
-WONDER WHEELS N? 5 '
ABotc. VICTORY. Id pailel
Mil*, or r*en ihatle* with rbro-
iiiiiiru plalril l.it.n/-. m ireaaa
v.ilb gill mar and lilting-. I'
I imiaou* aad noa-lus
Bale*. MF.W DAWN. Casa-
Ualag rrrty pia-ibl- refinement.
\railabie -ith blue or green rate*
ad raroanium plated ailiae* <*
ream SBM ih nit Bitiag.. '
hitnlnoui dial.
The Secret of <*_."/*
HerCUlOS Lustre
PLATING
Why does Hercules chromium
plating keep its beautiful high-
lustuc" m any ciavate > The
engineers is the secret 1 Fron
atari to finish of the planng
process they keep constant watch
over the giant, modern plating
tanks st the Hercules factories.
lOoNtfrf A PIN
tells us
about pinking
Hercules
Bvitr To-day
SOLD BY ALL LEADING DEALERS
AVAILABLE KBIIM llll B
LOCAL SMITHS CLOCKS STOCKISTS
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MrataNnrmii
T. GEDDES GRANT LTD.. BRIDGETOWN
Oui icieniiil. prolcil lhal lb,, n a ilamletous -nisreptornuiion
of xrioui MM lo Mfcguai REGENT. Whm really happcoi ii that regular rcM* are matk
in a special ensmc, Ihe comprcmon of which caa be progieas-
ivcly increased unlil tire fuel is made lo knock. A "Bouncing
Prn" resting on a diaphragm in (he cylinder head measure*
the intensity of Knock electrically, thereby enabling ui lo
determine and control the Anti-Knock qualities of the sample
This is only one of many tests wlucb safeguard tbe uuabty and
performance of REGENT petrol.
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PETROL
Starling Quality
DISTRIBUTORS-
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AND
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I'AC.fc SIX
St'NDAV AllVOLATE
SUNDAY. MAY IS. lul
BARIUMS Am'OfrfTE
PrtnlW br IM AdveotU -
. BtMd St_ irllHUo
Sunrint. Mn> 13, lft.il
LAST CJIAWC1
WHAT is decided in Barbados Ihii week
will afTect the future of the Britiih West
Indies. The first conference of ihe Region-
al Bflbnonk Committee is meeting here.
Format inn of the Economic Committee
was recommended at Montego Bay in 1947.
It is meeting; at a time of crisis.
The Committee has got to decide wnat
llh> British West Indies are to do in view
of worsening trade relations with Canada.
Only last week Mr. Howe, Cinada's Min-
ister of Trade and Commerce, announced
a new trade deal with Cuba under which
Canada igraei to purchaM 75,000 ions ..(
raw sugar yearly for a three-year period.
Canada, said Mr. Howe, was- prepared to
extend her sugar deal to other non-com-
monwealth countries up to a total of
150,000 tba a year.
The rot has set in.
The warning given in full time by Can-
ada has not been taken up by the West
Jndies. In an editorial called "Act now"
and dated March 23, this newspaper said:
"The Brnish West Indies must speak with
one voice and must make that voice heard
now, if our traditional trade with Canada
is not to be shipwrecked for the sake of
saving dollar:; for Britain and the sterling
area."
Canada is a great Dominion whose gen-
erosity to the West Indies has been im-
mense. But in 1950 although Canada bought
$67,500,000 of B.W.I, products, the West
Indies were only permitted to buy $30,-
600,000. No blame can be attached to
Canada for complaining about this unfair
trade discrimination which is due to con-
trols imposed from Whitehall. The West
Indies used to be represented by bona fide
West Indians at all meetings with Canada
until 1932. The United Kingdom sent a
representative who acted as observer rath-
er than negotiator.
The old policy must again be adopted
and the Regional Economic Committee
would be still-born unless it decides this
week that the West Indies must speak for
themselves at Ottawa when Canada-West
Indian trade is reviewed there later this
month. No official from the Colonial
Office nor from the West Indies can speak
for the West tidies. An official whether
local or from the United Kingdom, can
only c;.riy-out-UK' orders of his masters in
London, and on the issue of Canada-West
Indies trade, the interests of the United
Kingdom clash with those of the West
Jndies.
There is no question of anti-British
sentiment nor any of the "red herring"
excuses that are brought forward when-
ever firm action is required by the West
Indies. The West Indians are probably
more "pro-British" than the majority of
Englishmen who use the word "British" as
a synonym for "English." What the West
Indiana believe is that their businessmen
are far better equipped by experience to
represent West Indian trading interests
than officials from the United Kingdom or
within the West Indies. They believe too
tturi more is at stake than a choice uf trad-
ing nations. They believe that Canadian
markets are necessary to the British West
Jndies and that the United Kingdom can-
not alone provide markets for all West
Indian products. They believe that, given
the real desire on tin* part of Great Britain
to promote West Indian trade with Canada,
the West Indies can attain higher economic
levels than hitherto achieved and can pay
for the expanded social services which
they have undertaken in recent years. And
they believe this, irrespective o( party or
class interest-
Mr. Graotley Adams knows full well
what would happen to his Union, should
the price of sugar fall. It would, like many
other organisations in the island, go into
bankruptcy and with it would go all the
social progress that has recently been made
in this island.
This week is the last chance for the West
Indies.
They must speak with one voice and that
voice must be bolstered by the expert ad-
vice and knowledge of two or three of the
leading businessmen in the West Indies,
experienced in trade with Canada. There
has already been too much apathy on the
part of the public, too much secrecy on the
part of Government officials. Why does the
Government of Barbados not imitate the
Government of the United Kingdom and
publish regular quarterly returns of trade?
Why is there all this dollar secrecy? Why
docs the Government not publish quarterly
how much Barbados earns in Venezuela,
Canadian and United States Dollars? Why
is there all this dollar secrecy?
Is it because they are ashamed to let us
know?
If Canadians knew they were going to
get a balanced trade with the West Indies,
there is every possibility of our getting new
ships. The United Kingdom on the other
hand has been concentrating on putting
on luxury ships on the New York-Virgin
Islands run to earn dollars; while B.O.A.C.
is advertising lavishly throughout North
America the attractions of the Bahamas to
earn stifl more dollars' for Britain.
The West Indies owe much to Great Bri-
tain, they owe much to Canada; hut they
owe most to themselves. The issue u> \m
faced this week is no simple issue. It Is a
vital issue. Do the West Indies stand by and
allow the United Kingdom to represent
them at Ottawa, or will they see that their
own interests are represented by their own
non-official spokesmen?
if the West Indies do not realise the ur-
gency and the importance of this issue.
then they will deserve to see their social
services, their higher standards of living,
their progress all swept into Ihe sea. Be-
cause that is what will happen :f Canada
forsakes the West Indies. This is our Ixst
chance.
dUIIIIHIIIII
IIIMIHItllL IS THIS SUPER-CINEMA
The Obvious
REDUCED to simplest terms, the speech
of Mr. Ward Canaday, United Mates Co-
Chairman of the Caribbean Commission,
means "cut the cackle and get on with the
job." Using more elegant words Mr. Can-
aday actually said "it is time . that the
Commission might well give thought to
the advisability of concentrating its efforts
for a time in the economic field."
It is indeed lime.
Concentration in the economic field can
only be achieved by a corresponding lack
of preoccupation with political affairs.
Great Britain's administration in the West
Indies to-day cannot easily be summed up,
because it has its own individual method
of "muddling through" and no two islands
are subject to the same experiments in
Government. Mr. Adams runs Barbados.
Jamaica belongs to Mr. Bustamante, and a
big boas is mobruling Grenada. In each
of these islands British administration has
its own peculiar methods of getting things
done. None of them use the methods adopt-
ed in Trinidad
But the British West Indies do share one
thing in common. They are all subservient
to dictation in economic matters from the
United Kingdom). The Government of
Barbados is allowed with no protest from
the Governor nor from the Imperial Par-
liament, which is ultimately responsible,
to squander $192,000 on subsidising unem-
ployment relief but the Colonial Office
issues the most rigid and binding instruc-
tions to Governors with regard to the
spending of trade dollars. Only a people
mesmerised by the dangling "carrot" of
full political power could for so lung have
been ignorant of what was the first thing
needful.
"Beyond all question," said Mr. Canaday
"the greatest natural resource of this area
is its people."
Why was it necessary for Mr. Canaday to
underscore the obvious?
Because that is not what the people had
been told by their leaders.
They had been told, and were told as
recently as the St. Andrew bye-election in
Barbados, that one class of people had been
exploiting them for three hundred years.
They had been told only this year by the
late Bishop of Barbados and Member of
the Legislative Council much the same
thing.
What they had not been told is what Mr.
Canaday told the 12th meeting of the Carib-
bean Commission last Monday morning.
He said "the richness of any region is
directly related to the productivity of its
manpower. By pooling better knowledge
and developing better skills, imagination
and constructive work can be made to
raise living standards here to new and
higher levels."
These are not vain and empty words,
they are not sops to the vanity of self
seeking embittered intellectuals, nor are
they directed as vote-catching cliches to
ensnare workers who want much money
with little work. They are hard headed
statements of fact, applicable to the situa-
tion in which we live to-day.
The British Caribbean to-day is suffering
from a plethora of words. It is choking
from a mass of undigested reports. It is
overburdened by top-heavy administra-
tions. It cries out for the unification of its
public services. Instead an island like
Barbados (to particularise for a moment)
is administered by an oscillating line of
Governors, Colonial Secretaries. Financial
Secretaries, Attorney Generals who pass
through on their way to higher, more pleas-
an* and more lucrative posts. The machine
has run down, while the party political
buffoonery has never yet enjoyed such
scope for self expression.
It is time that efforts be concentrated in
Uie economic field. The Caribl>ean Com-
mission is in being. It is paid for exclu-
sively by the four great nationsFrance,
Holland, the United States and Great
Britain. It can, as Mr. Canaday suggested,
become the channel of technical informa-
tion to open the door to important eco-
nomic developments. It can become more
and more a fountain head of information
on practical matters. It can become these
things and more. But it can do nothing
effective until each island and territory of
the Caribbean is aware of its existence
and realises its potential role. This is un-
likely in territories where politicians are
preoccupied with their own internal squab-
bles and officials are made miserable by
criticism.
lLOUPSPtaKRS|
man ^Sgggp
THE MODEL for the FUTURE?
A Cinema-of-the f u I >
TV. ventriloquist sound eflfeeti
unii optical illusiom comblM l<
ive up-to-itu- mu.uie entertain
tit (n the must life like form,
has been built at the Festival of
Britain exhibition in London.
(By I HUM \S IIM III Ki
The spectacles. WtUCfe cost 5.
; pah*, were opt. m-tn ..llv
labelled "Not for sun-glare night driving." The rYsiiuI
authorities have bought 9.001)
The all British equipment P^irs, *o that the 3.000 which wiil
:laimed to be the most advance! *** U8e*1 "ally by visitors can be
in the worldwas in action at ;i c'"m'Ld ""d disinfected before
preview yesterday. hatoWa.
fhwdtmriijifmai t*c- This midget Tetoklnim
Uirei which seemed to leap out ata only 402 peo-le. but I
of tho screen and hang suspended 'he shim- In gre.i*. comfort.
the stalls. The familiar smoke-111 led
searchlight beanil .g from the
a highly coloured cartoon, projection room at the back of
snakes intertwined in a fantastic ihe circle has bn abolished.
dance over our head*. During a Architect Dr. We. s Coates has
shot of a Zoo sea-lion diving hidden tin- protection room.*
people drew back %stinctivciy under the tloor of the circle,
for fear of being splashed.
The equipment made "three- The heavy TV equipment
dimensional music, which syn. huused in the fi nt projection
< hromsed with the movements of room is mounted o i rails, so that
the Mm. At one moment tha it can be wheeled away when tb
music seemed to be coming from twin three-dimensional film pro
above, then from behind us, then jectors are brought into play,
from the back of the screen. These throw out two pictures
The brightest and biggest TV which overlap slightly on the
pictures l have ever seen were screen so that ihc> look blurred
produced. They were lift, square to the naked eye. When viewed
and flicker-free. through tho spectacles a single
To get the three-dimensional dear picture in deep perspective
effect. I had to wear tinted (* seen. Cloning ono eye destroys
stereoscopic spectacles mis illusion.
The three-dimensional sound;
technically called slereophonli
sounds are made by 24 loud
speakers behind the screen, in
the roof and at the back of the
(incm.i
These automatically synch1)-
nine with Ihe picture as i
bout In thw way words
'attached* to an actor's mouth
as he crosses the aer1
This makes the speech more
realistic than in ordinary talkies,
where all the sound comes from
one stationary source.
As white Venetian blinds taste-
fully decorated with the Britannia
symbol of the Festival clattered
down over the screen I felt there
was a great future for ciuemn
TV and stereophonic sound.
But this system of showing
Stereoscopic films has serious
limitations.
Wearing the spectacles
strain. Ami the Illusion exag-
gerates perspective so much thai
it Interferes with the enjoyment
of the film once the novelty has
worn off.
Because of fhe wau the
"lenses" are angled to give the
stereoscopic effect the spectacles
are actually dangerous for night
driving. L.E.8.
FOR SCHOOL
PHILIPS1 ATLAS
and
LAYNG'S ARITHMETIC
BOYAL III Mil r-.
Advocate Stationery
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SITTING ON THE FENCE
A Simian flint. Ballerina.'
?o be shotrn In London, fells Ihe
story of two artists mho deviate
from Communism, but return to
the party line through Iote.
If they had asked me fo write
the dialogue this u-ould have
been my closing scene-^
YES. 1 am ashamed, too, Nata-
sha. I forgot about the Five-
Year Plan till I saw you crying.
What did my tears remind
S>u of, Ivan?
r the new dam at Stalinogorsk
Oh. Ivan.
When you were rude to me that
night I thought of Comrade
Gromyko who Is so wonderfully
rude to everybody. And your low,
brant voice, Natasha, what did
that remind me of?
.Something excitiny. loan?
Yes. The whining wheels of tin-
new factory at Omsk.
Ivan, t shall cry again."^ou
tpeak so beautifully.
But it was not until I saw you
dancing that I knew that km and
the party line were the same
thing. In your graceful, yet ag-
gressive movement, your defiant
gestures, 1 saw the grim resolution
of our leaders to defy the dogs and
cannibals of capitalism. In other
words. Natasha, I saw you as ono
of our new tanks.
iVof our henry tanks, Ivan,
Don't $ay that.
No, Natasha. Our new light
tanks. But as you grow older you
shall be mv heavy tank. Together
shall rumble down the years,
strong in our faith, scornful of our
enemies, till world Communism is
achieved.
Personal Call
Transatlantic telephone con-
versations between representa-
tive Britons and Americans to
discuss domestic conditions have
been reported recently. This
may be why Joe Doakes. the
well-known American, rang a
personal call.
BY NATHANIH GUB8INS
THAT you. Nat?
Sure is, Joe.
Where did you get that phoney
American accent. Nat?
From ihe American fllm*. Joe.
How are you doin over there?
Oh, fine, Joe. It t jiisf stopped
retiring,
Since when, Nat?
Since lost Ocfobt-r.

Can't be doin the crops anv
good, Nat.
17 you belicnc what you read,
we re not having any crops this
Kor.
ell, that certainly does sim-
plify things. If you dont have
any crops you don't have to worry
about them any more. What do
(>u pay for a- suit of clothes now,
at?
/ haven't paid for a suit for
some lime. Joe.
Well, that simplifies things, too,
locsn't it, Nat?
Certainly does, Joe.
What's ihe plica of steaks over
there?
Why. Joe. rhat's jmt another
simplification. It's so long since
I had one that I can't remem-
ber.
That sure is tough. Nat. I sup-
pose you get plenty of bread?
We certainly pet plenty of
I read. Joe. But I read some-
10 here that most of it's
p> dinned.
Not a Communist plot. Nat?
No. A doctor at an Inquest
over here said the authorities
MM been puftfnp; -nitrogen
trichloride in fhe bread to make
ihe ioatvs whiter.
What was the result, Nal?
Why. Joe, apart from driving
dops mod, the doctor said U
killed 250,000 people.
Ioks like another simplifica-
tion, Nat.
SHACKLES
HARP SHACKLES
Tl'RNB.'CKLES'
CHEEK BLOCKS
SWIVEL H'LI.EYS
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You're pot something there,
Joe. If tee kill off the popula-
tion at that rate we'll soon have
no housing; problem. What's all
this about you stockpiling sul-
phur?
It's for defence against aggres-
sion. Nat. Does it afTect you any?
Yeah. Plenny. It's used fo
manufacture maraarinc. So if
vou hare all the sulphur we
have no margarine.
Why, that's just too bad. Nat
I'll see what we can do about it.
Thanks a lot. Joe.
You're welcome, Nat. We can't
have you in the front line against
Communism with no margarine to
spread on your poisoned bread.
Chez Loltie
"T BT*S cat at Louie's."
1 * This is the cry that has gone
up from all the cats within a mile
of The Sea Nest since your Uncle
Nat was obliged to take up cat-
rookery when he was alone fo
feu ,!..>
Like most famous restaurants,
Chez Lottie started quietly. No
customers appeared on the Arst
day, but soon the fragrant smell
of Lapln a la Maison (plain boiled
rabbit) reached every twitching
nose in the district.
fy lunch time the next day half
a doEcn furry faces appeared at
windows and doors. The food dis-
appeared in a few minutes. The
news spread. The reputation of
Chez Lottie was made.
When three rabbits had been
stewed in the same water a
dish was created by the mastei
chefa pot au feu, garnished with
canned pilchards and thickened ,
with breadcrumbs.
The next day a three-course
luncheon was served to eager
customers. Filling all available
kitchen space they sat down to pot
au feu, hareng grille and poudlng
tapioca glace, left over in the re-
frigerator. -LES.
Brave Nrw World Mitielliolzi Style
EDGAR MITTELHOI.ZER of
British Guiana has followed up his
successful A Morning at the Office
with an utterly different bookan
entirely "modern" book except for
the mlhcr weak "happy ever after
ending".
Tho exciting thing about
Shadowi Mave Among Them
(Peter Neville 10/6) is that
it is very controversial. Some
people will like it for the theme,
others for the atmosphere, some
will call it gibberish and others
like myself will like it because it
is easy and amusing reading. But
there is no doubt that Mittelhol-
ttr lias done It again. His book
has been well received in England
and he has been called "one of the
most promising young writers."
The theme of the book is that
"We can exist in harmony with
reality . only if we admit the
tenuous nature of reality; if we
perceive the close affinity between
actuality and dream.'' And the
opinion of the people living at
Bcrkelhoost, a forest clearinn In
British Guiana, is that the chief
fault of the civilization of the out-
side world u its obsession with
eOMsUsjotu. "The keynote of our
happiness here" says the Rev.
Harmston." i* evasion "
When Gregory Hnwke, n youne
Englishman, arrived at Bcrkel-
hoost to stay with his aunt and
uncle, he was fighting a personal
problem. He had come to bo cured
of a neurosis about his wife's death
a wife he hated because she was
more brilliant than he. The mis-
sion house was far different from
anything he could have expected.
Its ruler was his uncle, the Rev.
Harmston. a cultured dictator with
his own conception of Christian-
ity.
The Family
After a few days nt Berkclhoost
this was his summing up of the
family : "They were passionate
but not poisonous .... The rev-
erend gentleman's strong solidity
and his subtle airs of mystery'
amused and intrigued him. For
his aunt and Mabel (her daughter)
he felt a quid affection, as though
they were two ponies he had
acquired as pets. Bert on (the
By IAN GALE
younger son) appealed to him as
a rare procelain vase; there was
something fine and fragile about
him, and often he emitted fascina-
ting lights. Garvey (the elder
son) seemed a sulky demon, but
he was capable of a yapping sar-
casm; Logan (the handyman) was
a frog whose clumsy antics and
croakings could be most entertain-
ing. Ellen (the cook) grotesque
but dynamic, writhed with healthy
hatas and lusts; she excited him,
und her grotesquery only added
zest to the victories he had already
begun lo score over her Baahy
temptations." Olivia, the Rev.
Harmston's younger daughter, he
did not understand, and indeed
she is a strange little person. More
subject to the mystic influences of
Berkclhoost than any of tba others
including Berton, she Is more lik-
a spirit than a person, and to pull
her back down to earth, no doubt,
the author has buidcied her with
a series of very weakand seme-
times vulgarmalapropiam.
Bui let us have a look at this
strange community. The found-
ers of Ihelr brand of religion were
Rev Harmston and some of his
Oxford (rtaOdl and missions were
organised in DC... Africa. Mala.va
and Burma. In Berkelhoost thry
had a large wooden church with
an organ (because they were fond
Of music) and a lectern (because
it was decorative). Tba services
were most odd, and consisted
mainly of the Rev. Harmston
reading a ghost story and then
making a series of announcements
about tho activities of the Book
Squad, Art Squad. Music Squad
and so onin Berkelhoost culture
was almost militant.
No Hell
Their religion was enlightened
and logical. "Our religion" says
Robert, an Indian and a member
of the Art Squad, "does not make
us miserable with fear and re-
morse. We treat It lightly, you
sac. as if it were a kind of recrea-
tion, and because of that we get
from it a genuine upliftmentan
entertnlnment. Singing hymns
and listening (o sermon-tales for
us is as good as listening to a sym-
phony or a concerto, or looking at
a fine picture. We enjoy being in
church because we know there's
no compulsion in being there.
And we enjoy our religion because
we know no one will frown on us
if we make fun of it. And we all
baUava m God, but we don't have
to shiver in awe at the thought of
himthere is no Hell. We take
him casuallyeven have a good
laugh nt him sometimes. And If
he is a God who's worth his salt
I'm sure he can appreciate a joke
as well as we can. We look upon
him as u good Jumbio-fricnd. We
don't fear him. Why should we
be afraid of our friends ? Especial-
ly our mythical friends ?"
Gradually Gregory found out
how the Mission was run. So far
as sex life was concerned, contra-
ceptives were distributed free, and
the children were taught sex was
not something nasty. "We believe
that the natural urges must of
necessity be normal and healthy
or they wouldn't be natural, so
why should wt Stifle them and
turn ourselves into warped, un-
wholesome personalities" Gregory
thought this very logical until hut
aunt told him'ghat Mabel, of whom
he had clown fond, had been
having lovers since she was )
teen !
But what disgusted me about
the Beikelliooat *ctdement was tho
system of law administered by the
Rev. Harmston. By his "secret
law" for instance, a person who
committed a major offence, like
robbery, four times had to be ex
cuted. Besides that, the Rever-
end was a sadist, and his treatment
of Logan, whom he dogged and
chained up for trifling offences,
was nauseating.
Edgar Mittelholzer has skilfully
created a "brave new world" in
which few people in the corrupt
outside world would care to live.
Perhaps the lesson that Shadows
Move Amom Them teaches t*
that logic taken to extremes leads
to cruelty and injustice and rob-
life of all that makes it worth
living.
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THE MARIA CATHARINA
THIS Maria CaUurhu. on* 01 ihe
jrettie*. little ship, I have seen lor
a lon Ume. But Maria a* I will
t .11 hrr tor shortis not as youth-
ful as she looks. A Mirootu ki .,-.1.
he was built in Haarlem. Holland,
twt-nt> one years so.
The skipper-owner. Ala and his wife ire a charming
rcujiie AmartMna, th<
small hotel in St. Thomas. Virgin
Islands, and also have a house in
the Bahamas.
The skipper is wiry 1 n wiMiheibeuten and has a passion
ate love for sail. He has. done *
Kre.it deal of cruising, cfptcuMv
on tne West coast of America, and
ha- gone as far as the Society
group of islands in the South
Pacific. But he is not very keen
on racing, although he has taken
par*, in the Honolulu race
The M*rla originally bulli for Baron Lauia
Em,mm. i B* Wan, and
hands tir ny tlmaa unti' h> ra*
bought by Vyvyan Dru>> cf
Nassau. Captain Steams bought
her from Orury last vaat when he
ws in sTsaatu. Althnugh built for
cruising she ran moke us much as
twelve knots.
Stearns took Maria to Miami and
had her lilted out. and gonei..lly
overhauled The y ichl L mailr of
steel and has >n overall tonfth of
90 feet. Weighing 77 tons the ha.s
a beam of 19.6 feet mid drawa
eleven feet of water. She ha* an
auxiliary motora QantTl 1 li b
Diesel, and electricity !* r."
ated on board by an Atlas Im-
perial Generator. All the cooking
U done by electricity in a pocket
size kitchen, which is also equi;.
ped with a deepfreeze and o
large refrigerator
Up on deck the Maria | ipkfc
Beside the
David Jencks. who Bar*
destroyer during the .
unot.i r B kffl I captain's.
the yacht h is a i
of thiTt* two '."\i
Bahamas and OM Iroin AfUlRUg
Thcv k.-ep bei
I
and the gleaming woodwork.are .
joy to .ii : -yes.
Maria aUo carries M db
and divtded aquareaaila The skip-
per told me thai be nnds these
extremely useful for Carifclean
cruising
Just forward of the win
chart room This room b m
veil aquaypad,
among other rhlngs a Come I
teleaboiw B) the I
Maria ra*>arfiu keep* bl lOUCri
with thar raehta in lha
Brlow-devk-:. lo. the Marti
f mutlfully fltteii i
which in alto the dining
eli furnished paneUcd n am Ob
the walls ha-ig two axilHatte u >r
', 1- m >\ < II ii
whs* Um tone of the room Is nau
tical.
The Captain's i Bl In is largii
and comfortable and contains.
Ui ly, a mmJatur
li hai ib ov n bath and
! iiei Tha id' i on) In
lurnished t<_ . and Ihe i i
up !i rward. Incidentally, the ci.
live paid. $80 U S. a month with
everything found mill I
aboard
Alan Stearns started In.- cnitao
1 and
ho oxpecu to reach Si thoxpai
by the middle of June though ho
ha- no rigid schedule Among the
ASTHMA
How to rase the strain in -30 seconds'
Win-N .-... had *** y*
asp Hal breath, on* lpli.4tj.ie
tablet supped in ill.- mouth rases the
strain anJgNy anJ el. Ktirthj Rap m
her, ll it mil if ji*i on ihe iVHrm wiiKh
oniiiifum the Nfgi-st danger h-un
A.ihnu!
Ephamo* contains several heating
itenn whi.ti Ji.*>lvc the wrangling, mA
germ laden BBCIBTlulBUon* n <'- **
bronchial mtv-, and in tan VMS prmrvw:* Bat*, normal brcaihtnt.
The liphaaoiu- ir.-suneot i* sample mo' Nothing to bgaofa
nothing ti> sahak S. an.....a b ,>r un-apcctcJn- rhe
Hack comes, there is al*jv\nin.'i.>-h.'. Arthnu with latMssai
el rspiJ rtUri mam Asdana, tbonchan wd astoachialCaJbh,
always ep lanjsl) "' I .'' a*l aawati hand* f
FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
difttul't. -.'
1 a t aavHN i teat ltd ,
P 0 Co. Q$, BeJ|tfaa.
miniature ptsno (In
With od of htr sQuareaaila art, tha "Maria Cathnrln*'* was a beau-
tifnl picture.
Oddly enough, tin Captain'* cabin contain*
foreground).
ilanda that tha Mar.a bM eBlleil ghe atfl Calttalc Bav r..i Ol
-. !.n .,.,. Nassau. St. Kllta. tin* week Alter Gmada ahe will
g to St Vlncant again and Ihen
riilli up to St. Ttiomas As *he
Hie Saint*. Dunlin..
Martinujue, St. Lucia, and &t
Vitn-fiit. Ho likes Barbadoa atJ g) .iv.i OUl in the lute after
St. Vincent best so far. he turn me. M.iuiunr Al.in Steam-, in hut
The Maria CaUarlna
Icautiful sight when, with
aaila up anil one aquaicuu)
litiug cap and light bhi<
1 out: "Maybe you'll i
in (i vr.ii i hopa
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TUT, SKIPPER AND HIS WIFE
Schooners Collide
Ou!sidc Bocas
To Discuss Cigars
and Sugar
Delhi" To Go Hiker WaJk095 Mis Teachers Discnas KAINCE GETS
Tours Trinidad Joining Work.rs NEYt SHOES
(rrm r Own t'.rrt.pd*.t) Mil. ARTHUR BOTTOM LEV,
PCRT-OF-SPAIN, May 7. M.P.. Secretary for Overseas
The schooners Lady Angela und Trade, will leave England earlv
the Eugenia A-ll. two St. Vincent this week on a short visit to the
schooners, collided outside the British West Indies. The purpose
Bocas on Sunday night. It is of his visit Is to discuss with
reported that the Lady Angela representatives of the Colonies the
was coming into port direct from negotiations which are now in
St. Vincent with seven passengers progi.-- Ii'.ueen the United
and her cargo. At the time of the Kingdom Government and Cuba
accident, she was steering south- about import duties of Cuban
west. Damage woa done only to "a"" "" *uar. He will be ac-
the Eugenia A-ll which was companied by officials of the Colo-
toWed into port altar the accident nW Office and.other departments
by the Lady Angela. The Eugenia concerned
it was understood, with a nine- _________
man crew, had left port for St.
Vincent with a cargo of 200 drums
of gasoline. After the accident the
vessel began to leak and the crew
had a haul time keeping her
Jo ll
Argentina:* Meat
Vote Approved For
Hospital Construction
iProm Our Own Correspondent*
I'm M;-v i".
Trinidad's Finance Comm'"
has approve* a supplementary recently "by th
PORT-OF SPAIN. May 10.
Sir Gerald Wight, Deputy
Speaker of the Trinidad Legisla-
tive Council has tabled the fol-
lowing question to the Minister of
Labour, Hon. Albert Gomes:
-Will the Minister aeree that the
Controller of Imports and Exports
been senou?ly embarrassed
-gular sailings
By Plane To
United States
iFrmi Our Own Correspond" i I
PORT-OF-SPAIN. May 11
"Delhi" the nine year old grey
colt, is expected to leave Trini-
dad for the United States by Pan
American Airways in n few days
time. This beautiful horse by
"the Font" out of "Diosa" came
to Trinidad last December from
Venezuela, where he was debar-
red from racing according to the
rules of the Jockey Club over
there which state: "that after a
horse shall have attained the age
of eight years, he will no longer
he eligible to enter an event".
This is the tii'-: time in local
history that n horse will be ship-
ped by plane from here to an-
other country. His trainer, Mr.
Joe Herrera says that Delhi will
race in the autl-clock-wise course
to which he was accuatomed In
Venezuela. ,
POIIT-OF-SPAIN. May, II
Thomas P. Jackson an Er.gl-h.
man arrived bark in Port-of-Si am
after he hud completed a gruellnu
495.mile hike which took hint
around the entire perimeter of
the island, with digrestlana to the
summit .of El Turuche mountains,
the highest in Trinidad. H*
averaged 25 miles a day. Durui :
the hike his meals consisted <>i
fruit and fish. A DOtMnad H
held him up fur three days at
Matelol and for two days he was
also held up when he ate .
poisonous fruit. "I have been over-
whelmed by the hospitality of Un-
people along the route". Bind
Jackson, when he strolled in to
the office Of tne <1 -selte. J kaOH
will leave Trinidad shortly o
enter McGill University, Canau,,
In August (o take hi, I1A. dogi..
In Literature
VOta of $83,436.30 towards Messrs nnt! 0T'riva\ 0f ships bringing
H. A. Farfan & Co.. eontratcors from Australia and New Zealand,
for the construction of the founda- anfj thai thia irregularity ha.1;
tain of the San Fernando hospital. caused much hardship to the
San Fernando. This is us a result people of the Colony?
of Government's decision to wind
up the company'a contract invo!-;. Will the Minister of Labour rc-
ing nearly $M0,000. quest the United Kingdom Gov-
This company had been con- crnment to make available to the
traeted to excavate and construct Colony a small quantity of Argen-
tlie reinforced concrete found')- tine meat fortnightly in order to
lions, wills and ground floor slub safeguard our supplies'""
of the hospital budding, but owing The position pver the entire
to adverse financial position of Uie island with regard to meat has
Colonv in IMP., the Government become a problem. Daily the
agreed to the possibility of market tables arc amply for want
arranging with the contractors, on of meat. The position is wor?e"-
the most favourable terms, for ing and chicken is selling as high
cessation of work. as $125 per pound. _____
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Gairy Denied Entry
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From Our Owr Carrrtpondrnl
ST GEORGE'S. May 10.
Decision of Ihe Trinidad Gov-
ernment to bar entry of Mr. Ijrlo
M. Oairy. MM W.U. President-
General, from entry to that col on >.
was taken before the recent
Grenada disturbances, a highly
authoritative source has declared
here.
Mr Gairy visited Trinidad dur-
ing late December und early
January last, and the decision w is
taken after that visit.
This informant was commenting.
on Mr. dairy's charge that eerta.n
members of the Legislature ha.v
contributed to the taking of th.-
derision.
ST. OEOROrS, May 10
No de. i <.i arban
a motion was discus*ed at a gen-
eral meeting of the Grenada
\ ..... .. S.,tl.Mi.,.
proposing "that the GUT umli-
Bta Mli the Manual and Mental
N i union tot bttv i rtprt-
sentation."
TWO yOWl teachers. Mi KOT-
li.s Jamea and Mr. A. G Platchar,
iponaored the motion which raised
keen debate among the large
attendance.
Main argument ur the sponsors
Ol the motion was that the weigh!
of numbers of the M.M.W.U..
which toay put at some twenty
thousand, would IIO| allow Gov-
enuneiil 01 Hie LigisJuture lo pay
.nt regard to lha wishes of
teachers any longer.
' Opponents argued thai neither
the Caribbean Union of Teacher-
nor the National Union of Ta M h
ers, England, with both of which
the G U T. was afflliated. were
allied to a Trade Union and that
teaching was a profession and not
a trade. It was also an insult to
tha <: U T they held, to suggest
'..i. !.- .,)
able thnn the M.M.W U. to pre-
nt and light for their own de-
laniH.
NEW POST
PORT-OF SPAIN. May 11
'"">' Oui cu,. coneaw
Mr. Karl Phil) 1 Dpi da U
magistrate of Trinidad and To-
bago has been appointed to the
,iewly created post of Third
Crown Counsel.________________
I'DKT OK SPAIN, May ll)
i.it. i. not eau) '. any of ua.
What you learn here will help you
lO ba indiprnilrtit. ami will mivi-
you in good stead" So said His
1 Qovtrapi Ranee when
iir vlattad lha Bdmonl orphanaga
accompanied by the Munst.....f
Education, lion. Hoy Joseph
Continuing his talk to
children he stressed the point, that
apart from reading, man] Ol ItH '
would learn from the habits of
others.
The Orphanage, he added was
|< acblni tin-in to be good ChrUl-
lana and they would learn some
oi tin- rudlmanfai ol lha knowladga
that was going to aarva tliiiii in
good stead, when they wen' out
into the world BatfOro bo i -re
Hb Kxcellency was requested to
|i ke off hi' shoes m that matMire
mint oauld be taken of his feet
f. i a pan of ahoi-s
100,000 More
liihhs In W.I.
NEW YOHK. May 10
Tha Aineru-ai. ihoi< Society, re-
I li'l.HI in
.Tf part of uh- world
-..ii ih- Biblo bgd i.ivi i iH'i-n to
v- .nle.1.
Even leprrt which coma to
i ; y\ ihe Imn
Curtain ihowi (eopla ll
| '< eagerly", it was
stated at the 133th Arnniil M*"t-
"1n the West Indies the 1W0 db>
waa ahead of any ottn i
year b> 100.000 volumes
eater.
Only
ONE
bicycle
a/
in the
world
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mark of
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, MAT IS, ll
FOOTSORE
GIRLS?
NONSENSE!
EILEEN ASCROFT argues it ou.
with Mr Cocker the mar*
who says women wear the wrong
sort of shoes to work.
TV> working Rirls wear the right kind of >hucs ? Mr H.
*-* Cocker. President of ihc National Ki-doralion of Boot
Ti i Us Associations, docs not thmk go,
Ai Harrogate the other day bt cnticiMil the footWMl factory
..iris buy "Light fashion shoes with platform soles and
MtU were never meant to take thai sort of wan," he said.
ASCOT, 1951
soles ,inct hoi weather Nw
change* dining the day. First-
md treatment is ,i sail and
warm water footbath at night.
Model Vi'iiie Hudson ti a cham-
pion of tin- court shoe for work
"They do duty for ell occasions
and don't date." she says.
The Queen's Way
EXPERT who defends the plat-
form bole is the Quean's tdioc-
maker. Edward Rayne. "Quarter
platforms in high-heeled
models." he says "have proved
a great asset to women who
have to be on their feet all day."
The Royal family frequently
choose this type of shoe for
engagements which involve a lot
of standing.
Last word on footwear comes from
Mr. Cocker, with some advice on
how to make shoes last Ion see :
Wear different pair on aHrraate
day
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yes? will be Id shantung and gros-
gratn. There i- a strong feeling for
the matcblng coat and dress or the
hit*, dress with a brilliantly pat
tarned coat and sash.
Ensemble* coming Into toe shops
are embroidered with auk braid,
often gold-necked. Oost M shout
- :" for tli" *lin: fitting drssa and
-suras? au ~-*t s,,.*..b,m;
..ppb.r.. lob.cco. .bit. .d Ml
green. Above is a loose black poult
eutit worn over a dress of gray
strips*. ^
An etf-iuom li..iem and u 30- v..11 cover 15,000 *q. ft.
U palace are u> be built by a Jloors. Fur centuries only
briuah Hi in lor the Eiiur Abdul- brick or local stone has been used.
Mthar of King Ibu Saud, The contract lo build the palace
QUESTION put'to si* house- of Saudi Arabia i:d harem was obtained byl
wives to-dav on what M the *uremcn and specialist work- Braithwaite and Co Engineer..
worst designed article in the *r" U1 Britain will go to Riyadh. L,:d.. of Regauit-streei. London.
home brought an almost capital o' Saudi Arabia. c*m to Works the firm u doing for the!
unanimous rcoly ... the tea- ,ak charge of the work. This King of Saudi Arabia, his familv'
pot. will cost 400.000 and take two and the Saudi Ar.bian Govern-;
1 endorse this verdict. 1 have tried years. ment totals about 3,000,000.
six models in three months and All materialssteel, cement. With Thomas Ward. Lid..
met with slipping lids dripping and rich furnishings--for the pal- Sheffield, the firm is building
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a>.e and the quarters of the Emir's new 2.000,000 road, and petrol
Kuarded and veiled womenfolk and fuel oil installations in Mecca
in the hands of the drsiunrr.'* will be exported from Britain.
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the ihnpi ask for."
And the retailer tells me:
what ihe public tranls."
bun
I lured been watching the girls
going home from London fac-
tories and stores, and it seems
to me that girls in the South go
m for more sensible shoe shop-
Piri Out of 30 girls from one
works only one had red platform
sole*, two were wearing flimsy
andalv'and not more than hall
a dZflA3>llIh heels. The rest
.vore comfortable "flatties."
In a WeaTEnd store I did not And
and continues
fingers.
NylonAnd Naw
NYLON news from the
I*roofed nylon tartan gab-
u*ed for a hard-wear*
Palaee and hirem, planned by Never Ending.
llrltlsh architects, will be built Britons workln,: on the road,
within a walled-in garden dot from Jedda to Medina, will
td with palm trees There will see the end of It The last 20
be fountains in the grounds miles the distance from London to
In the palace, forbidden to all stamen, runs into the area around
M
ing casy-to-wosh lumber Jacket unitary
and dungarees for a cbild.
w men there are nylon tricot
pyjamas to match seta of tricot
underwear. And for women,
many new kinds of foundation
gniments made Ivom strong
light two-way stretch nylon
clastic net and nylon velvet.
Fashion Flashes
Wjjjjililai wearing-high heel's". pARIS Early autumn fore-
ie bu.w of a big I-ondon shoe cast of French millinery comes
from Ijeonard Craven, who buys
half a million hats each year for
English women and is the father
of Fath's English model. Jackie
Craven. "Smaller than ever."
h,. tells me, "even flatter, with
a strong oriental influence, and
lots of wavy brimmed berets."
NEW YORK . It will be a pilnl
summer. Printed silks are used
as stole linings and for slim.
halter-necked dresses under
waisted jackets. Sophisticated
cocktail dresses are made out of
humble twill, with gay print
designs, ofl-the-shoulder neck-
lines, and side-draped skirts all:
nlmost to the knee.
wohi-O copyhiqiit Hr-srnvrn
lieT women, the Emir will have a prl
vate suite, a large rest log-room.
and an orr.au- reception-room, 60
IMP: ft. by JO ft.
Shaded garden paths will lead little longer than uie 240
through the grounds to the sep- from London to Blackpool
Medina, burial place of the Pro-
phet Mohammed Non-Moslems
are forbidden to enter
The road, 30 ft wide, will he
les
It
The buyer- of a big
[.;e"ioll* me that more women
i>.n-TOiJpmfor1 and wear rather
than hlan fashion Out of every
10 pRm Af shoes sold this spring
four were flat, with wedge heels
He listed the hardeai-on-the
feet jobs as: (1) saleswomen,
(2)models, (3) waitresses, and
walled-in harem. This follow, the rnaaD pilgrim road to
will have 40 bedrooms arranged Mecca, and it will be four
in eight suites years before It is finished. Tho
Steel For Mud British builder, will maintain I
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I M0A1 \l \\ V.. 19,1
SI \I>U ..UHOOsTI
I- * .1 VINT
How Lovely to be a
Verv Rich Man's Wife
At llii- < iiin.i.i
AMPHIBIOUS ACTIO\
G. R.



footf-vlU.
?:> RgJM 11 <.i l \ m\ |
lark coal cellar* of some
m pMiutiai hoes la
> ibute to the
I .i princess.
i the lovaly daik-

st wa> agrm. and the log Arcs
aft be buinil .
rraenne* mingling with
- UM
In Suite :t2l
Prince. Um wife of
Gaekwar of Bar-
i i Um world'*
atonri rloheat ma:'. And for
urbane hotelier*
Will sturely see the log tire* are
burning bright.
Ami th> bOteJIen will n"Ow pnlu
i" -if nl if Um prince**'
not met if

. amen Um
rrtved at Suite 321 al
. i
laoungirtj happUjf In on, arm-
cba'r, -lie tadd to nw "Oh. I n
, happy. I am happy and I am lucky.
".iKiulul lift and there
time to be sad."
tad to ovei -
ok the f;ict that (or the moment
t. it vaaaa held no row.
Looking ;it Um arMta 10* and
nralgnl tulips *he *aid:
)ul I i \ ri-.thinK "
She tajwad the ash of the cheroot
imeatlng in a four-nuh
long holder with a knttllng-nee-
I
i be In Fngto'iri
"I always ctme for May and
countryside fa
There is *o much beauty that it's
imbaUavabla.
"And then there's the theatre
and the opera and the iuncert.
I miss London and the
Hoe la spring "
> d mto the log Ira's
d went on: "My year
starts in Di'wmber We go then
ith of tone*. We spend
i inaca in Um sun. In
AprJ we to to our house in Paris.
I love la > Um chestnut trees
bunt Into btootn and then
England.
'hiit we follow the horse
racing. Paris in July and then
DeauvtlJt, to lie in the sun again.
"Of course, there's the if-imfa-
linK. too, I'm very fond of gamb-
ling
my life, and I love it.
To be Happy
"I love being rich. But money
>:/t mnke you happy. 1
i iny rich people
ver miserable.
malls makes no differ-
enceyou an- a htippy i-i >m u.*
you ironot. i would be happy with
no mono si
the knocking of s cane < n a win-
dow, the i tfivcs a
AFTER World War 1 than were two outstanding epn p4c- J* of tm to poj
tures"What Price Glory" and "All Quiet On The Wi I
ern Front While many people arc of the opinion thai U i
two lil'. i been equalled or surpassed their is
no gMUng away from the fact that World War "has been g^ m ^
the inspiration of many very fine films proaueed ootn in WTI ^ Ann
England and the United States. rho will
The latest cf these. HAIi-S OF tecka Hi* rise to fame, his down- be (0. his aupcru
MONTI71MA. now showing at fill due io an unhappy mm rim. HAM-
the Hnx> TtMsitie. (Mplel aid ais eventual P, Ivan Desney and LsoUe
fully and reaUstloaUy the awful pcrhmyed but the,
business of modern war Though tat ..ppe.il will li to lass enlrui-;-________________
! is essentially trlbut* enter-
U.S. Marine-, unit! of the U S tamment from 'hat ana**"
Pacific Fleet .hi ., Marine All However on th< wheat, I'm afraid
Wing also play s large part Por that it's lather a Ion* drawn out
the rtrst tune in the history at the affair though the offstage tiumpet-
screen, a full scale bottle with live ,* of Harry J*mc* and the oasy.
ammunition was staged by the natural performance of Hoagy Car-
Marine Corp.. This battle was mtchael .ire highlight! In '.be ill-
actually p.rt of their war games Kirk Douglas giv
and permission was given to pho actount of himself as the u:ihapp school aitlvluea, change of mas-
tograph the event, as well a. the inUMC1Bll. -hde Lauren Bacull. a* tera and mistresses and the en-
'?"", 'A"V>.. '"arme manoeuvre* hij wife ,, lon|l| on tultry mppfu\ joyable hoinL-v, van have spent
slmulatine the establishment of. ,,., lhor, (lll ,imf. ,,> ,,,> i
r"Tn^r J*1. Jf_P*** held cuW Mnd attractive as the night- I h.n,. not v." heard if ,mv o(
combat footage is club t|n||er wno ^n^, the torch you wi i be taking .
lor Mr. DougJas and Juano Her- Sports Meeting *hlch att
a and settings of thr

!.-
ChiMren 9s Letter
Dear Children.It is always a
M bant from you and
s especially so when you harea
to school and write,
good telling me all about your nc
\\ ill like your member-
lnp eardt YVOSHM), and I am
hoping to hear lot* mere o( you
oon.
And BOW I say bye bye and
happy week-end to you all.
;ruly.
Children'. H
Pen I'.U
Rudolph Waterman, Oxford
8>t Belmont, Port-of-Spam
Trinidad
Hobbies Footb-11. mcket.
ping-pong. dancing. reading,
tamp-cotleetlng and Imiliilll

Sadie Bonterre, 40 Charlotte
I'oi of-Spain. Triniiiad
mis pen nstaj Itetween ages of
md -*s
al
included and the result
mfyingly real. nandez. as a Negro musician who
I Hi: MAHARANEE OF BAROT.A ,. ^ ahe t7 aflrSea hive ta Kf*4 in""rj,,on ''", '
'In December the South of France "ndS TS ZJtm\b/S ' 'h** -VOun< l^uml*, ^* U
In April, r-ris . thea KngUnd's Jap*. After murderous enemv *'" u*nrtcivc
levelj coantryslde In May' machinegun Are. the Marines are MAUtJ.fcl.'Vl
suddenly attacked by rookstt, and Onee again, it has been nnpos-i-
a platoon of men is ordered to ble for me to see all the tllms this
find the secret position of these week and "MADELE1NK" h the
mi*silc*. To tei information be one that 1 missed. For your gutd*
fore the general attack next day. ancc and information, I am gX4n|
prisoners must be taken Work- t,i quote from America!. nVa*W
She reflected for a moment, then Ing against lime, a lieutenant and crs.
added thoughtfully. "But not Eng- hi- men succeed in finding the The plot concerns a maltha
hshwomen I ide-out of some Japanese officers young Scottish woman who be-
"Dlor and Fath have tried to and soldiers.and return to head- comes involved In an affair with i
look o\-er-dres8rd with jewellci .
like tin*, but it goes so well with
a ssn. I always wear saristhey
are beautiful And they suit every-
one.'
morro-.'. but rere'i >.
.in. who rng| I
ing in the fun.
Thii, week our heartiest COD-
IS go to Yvonne Pad-
more who won the Joe luAgrd
prue
a- pmpln Wei i sppraaabas
qu t .i number o< you. I note,
are preparing foi the
of the woak, 1 hops too th.i
jtm liked the inspiring od-
. n you .'l UM Knipir'
Youth s.ivne on Bunahf last
make me wear the clothes thcy
ileign. I always refuse. I don't
ward to I'm happy as I am"
With a respectful "Your Hlgh-
ii. s-." her secretary reminded hei
of an appointment. After the ap-
pointment Princess Slla Devi w.is
due to travel down to the Banxhi
Country home in Surrey.
"That's how I spend my days,'
she said.
'I get up each morning at about
noon, dunk a glass of orange iuire.
.mil then I read the morning
papers to see what's happened
while I've slept.
"I have a light lunch, meet some
friends, have tea, then a dinner
with something 1 like to eatper-
haps roast duck with a nice sauce
and then a theatre or n concert.
Bed at I a.m.
"That's what I do for throe day*
a week wherever I am. I spend
three days each week in Die coun-
11, Then- I don't go to the theatre.
I go for a walk In the afternoon humour th(ll 1(.|lcvos the surround-
instead. I love to stand and watch
the gardeners working.
"I like to go to bed about on?
o'clock in the morning, ami whi n
it's so still and quiet I lie and read
... a biography or something.'
The princess traced pattern- in
the cheroot ash
beside 1
,g grimness.
Hiehard Widmark is oral ran
an the lieutenant, showing that
hoodlumspsychopathic or other-
wiseare i.ot the only parts he
excels in. Richard Hyllon as the
corporal. Skip Homeier as UM a*
the ash tray tinqiient, whose sister has mar-
ried a Jap. and Karl Maiden as
But we have trouble too, you -Doc" are all splendid and the
thing makes me sad. know." she said. "Bringing up my ther members of this huge east
there ue a lot of other things to little six-year-old --on Is quite a Kive equally sound performances.
make im happy If you can be problem. He goes to school in Sur- Outstanding direction by l*wis
happy with your husband and icy. I want him to be educated in Milestone, who also directed "All
your family and a lovely rum- England. Quiet on The Western Front", a
lay, then you don't need "But he must be treated tho good script and musical score all
money." tame us an ordinary boy. I try combine to make IIAU The princess flicked her long, to be very strict with him. I don't MONTEZUMA a fine All
t from over her left ear. let him have all he wants.
us and pcr-
; as eat-rings. His Big H*M
Tin lucky." aha M d "My hUS- "Hi gen only a pound a v.-
Mi me do just what I hke. pocket money, si d ho I
i i what* I ward to ge,and varythtng <-ui of that um I
1 I want to do, winch is ufr.,(i n BgthST sp-ils him.
i an Indian wife. Bo loves ai present ins greatest iu,
jewellery, too Ho buys It as an in- a bicycle my husband's '.--^
vestment and I love to wear it. Tomnw Turns, gave him H r---------------
"Look." she said, pointing to crazy aboul ,t -& lhe very Hist ical knowledge is put on the case
the ib ropes of large, wonder- he has had." Posinn as an interne, he works in
fully malched pearls round her As we said goodbye the princess, the hospital and eventually mlvea
neck. v.Hh her glittering jewellery .,.,,1 iho murder, discovers hc reason
Irnoat Inch-Squara blue- her Brcpucc *un Us crackliPif for a later 5
white diamond ring en her ftngi r ,bols of her husband's
as .-.he pointed So dui wealth, milled once more and hospital
nd bracelet. M|d: "I wouldn't change plat
Jewels nnd sari with any woman in the world.'
Fnirishwoman would L.E S
TIIF. 9LKEPING CITY
A better than average thriller Is
showing at the Globe, Slarnni:
itichard Conto -md coiaen amy,
THE SLEBPINa CITY ll UH "'
teresting. exciting and plausible
detective Dim with I new twist.
Opening with the murder of an
interne in u large New Y.>ik hOO-
pital. a young detective with med
. artcrs with three pr-soners. but penniless Frenchman and U tried We rekOOM to our league
rot before two marines are killed for his murder Rcbeci Clarke whose address Is
and a third blinded. Through -Based on a true story of a court Co Telephone Co OtathOtfUgh,
Clever interrogation or UM pliaOn caM , Scotland in the seal 18.-V robOgO We bOpC yetl SrHl emo>
ns, the site is located ami with ,his nrOniL unUmted I* Iu kM '- w.lh us I
nutes to spare, the inRN
niatioii is flashe whose spectacular bombing opens
the way for the general advance.
Of the men making up the pla-
toon, the lieutenant is an ex-
school teacher whose understand-
ing and friendly attitude to his
men derives from bis own hatred
Of war and overpowering four thai
envelopes him before und during
an attack; the corporal is a for-
mer pupil of the lieutenant and
hl| intense desire to hide his feai
il known only to his superior
oftlver; two privates include a
boxer and n Juvenile delinquent.
while a medical eorpsniaii who
always wanted to be a doctor and
a British sergeant, who speaks
Japanese, are included. The lat-
ter, played by Reginald Gardiner,
contributes a certain amount of
ti.nit.i _
rtpum-oo *. r*.r <**mlm la *
am ioiM to' roj 1'em h.i WHalautor.
TNI SMA*o7i"NT*C'OMf ANT
'.aurhf..id o.J A INC LAND.
fotm Mucus
'...^ened Jir$l Day
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narcotic ring operating within the
The atmosphere of the whole
film is authentic and dramatic due
to the fact that Bellevue Hospital
and various New York baek-
groumls are used as sellings. The
routine of a large hospital and the
detailed procedure of lbs pOMM Ul
second Guiu Company has n.ke stall at the Girl Guides Fair a case of this kind are ''tr,';^'n'1
|. rormed a, Quea?. Collage On 2nd June. and well denirted iUV R'-dujI
ii > Joyce Bowenns Captain TRF.F01L GUILD building up of suspenre is.excci
nd the Lieutenant is Miss Beryl The Trefoil Guild also met at lent. ___
I WD Hams. On Wednesday, 9th Pax Hill on Wednesday. 9th May Richard Cmitc as the nUH
I May. Mrs. A. W. Scott. District at 5 p.m. The members of the detective gives a sound pertorm-
.....leg ihe Patrol Guild have decided to have a ante and It is pleasant for once.
Leiden and Seconds. The other Plant Stall at the Fair on 2nd June | get away from the stereotyped.
(members of the Company will be and are also contributing cakes, tough detective. He portrays the
A New Guide Company Formed
books, etc., to the various Stalls! part as a human lieing. with intu-
it any "old Guide" would like to (lion and sensitivity. Coleen Gray
.. _njiM!in_ Mrs"! w become a member of the Guild, as the ward Sister is an -
V will she get in touch with Mrs. newcomer with delln.te ability.
O'Mahoney. Phone No. 2335. while Richard Taber and Alex
THE GIRL GUIDES' FAIR Nicol give impressive perform-
More books, articles for the Gift anres in important supporting
Stall, sweets and cakes will be rm,.s
gratefully received. Two or three ^OVSO MAN WITH A
HORN
Playing at the Plaia YOUNG
MAN WITH A HORN" is based
enrolled next Wednesday.
BROWNIE ENROLMENT
trailed 8 Brownies of 1th
, (Qaeon's college).
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
MEETING
Committee of
the Girl Guides Local Association
. i, t Pas Hill on Wednes- not
ll 6 p.m. Mrs. G II gel]
Companies have not called for
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novel that presumably tell*
irman. presided, special effort to do so. Books of ...
of the Local Asso- Bicycle tickets may also be ob- the story of the fabulous |UI
in ti idertaken the ulxied from Mis. A. Frank. truI^l^J^^J^......
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TYRES
{ CANNED
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; Rectntly packed with fresh fruits produced in
o one of the famous
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\ rUESTONE PEACHES. Delicious (1RAPES
; White and Purple APRICOTS. GUAVAS
'.-k inr "KO(l" Canned Fruits, Vegetahles A Jams
v <(l A1JTY unc(|uallcd by any other Brand
FRUITS
JAMS
and
VEGETABLES
GOOIl^E4R
THE LONG-LIFE HARDEST VVEAF
TYRE
KUM/S
pure,
safe milk
Kl IM isMip.Tinr ipuluy COH'lmilk.ptnductJ
under HrfCHW sanican COodJIUoO lfci nd lhe
.p,, ijllynadtrd on protitl, Kl IM ... (hji >.iu
|M milk j\ fmr a> ihc day il lift ih.- farm. Buy
KIIM imlk ibM )"uianal.H..I.p.nd upun luc
ii. wli.li..nmiio. .in.l piuiiv'
i -XU1**-*
THE CITY (JAKAGE trading co., ltd.
KLIM IS PURE. SAFE MILK
[5] KLIMko.pwllior..riqeraion
' 3' KLIM quality is always uniform
IT) KLIM l KtllMf for qrowin? childrta
[Tj KLIM adds nourishment fo eooWad dl.h.s
jT| KLIM Is rocommondod far infa.il foodinq
[71 KLIM is sof. in tht specially-packed fin
[iJKllMIs produced under sfr.cfesf central
Take pure wo'er. odd KUM. stir
and you have pure, safe milk
KLlH
fltST IN fREFERtXCI THE WOtLD OVER


PAGE TEN
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. MAY 13. 1M1
Argentine
Meal Supplies
Required
i
i

Sons tuUt the AtlM'i 1*4
ii.cnt- :. I
Australia ore \< ) UW
"Meat
be. situation". I
He sa|rl thai
frrern
schedulrd !'> nnivr em
BH Bill
aruv.
laurvali
About torn
should h*V i.
Zealand with nmt, blH owing lo
a wharf strike Users H ha
held up
"The Argentina
meal. I do
ihat th-
cheapei." he aaiu.
Mr. Patterson said that In
Tnni.iad rSOjUeatS II
made t> get Argentine meat fortnightly
I their BUpply,
Those requests
because of the lm
of shipments of frozen
from New Zealand md
Fresh Meal
Juvenile Crime In
U.K. Alarming
Boy Scouls
Off To Camp-
er
Hair on your
MAJOR O. r C. WALCOTT. Super mlendent of the
I liulusiiial Schools, told IM Advocate patter-
rty ihi u run I a) the high iutc of crime amongst
juvenile* in QpmI Britain, but he wus satisfied that the
etnoda used by them aimed rather at discovering the "fjffV?, ES
ut..,iw h~-i.i .., _l..m-.--i .1_________!..!.;_. IL- jnttclpailng a Jolly time. An
whether financial ur physical, than punishing the
rhild for its action.
Mem tiers of the 80th Barbados
(Bethel i Troop left IIQ on
f ridaj evaMlna I
itujl camp whiih will he hcM at
Ml Talxti thi year.
Under .i A. S M
_Z*aal
Iclpalinit u Jolly
tensive programme h a s ben.
arranged, anr] the bQfS will h ve
Major Walcoil returned from ,.n oppcrtunllv to put in pracuef
Knaland yesterday morning by the what they hmvr learned in IRC
GolBU iiftci ,i three month*' visit Scout-room.
mil i IB* su*pices of the British WV wish them good Scoo'iiij- '
i < afinl. the purpose of which was wi>Ttt;n i\c iviriTiti
td Kingdom method* in
del to apply them locally.
He uid that he was truly uv
bttd to the British Council for
opportunity given him to visit
t United Kingdom and the fa
lities offered by them there to
et an insight into the methods
f dealing with Juvenile delin-
ueney.
till convinced that the
Island Scout Council met at II O
I'll Monday last. 7th arid again on
Thursday 10th inst. They will
be meeting main on Monday {1st
Bbtt
.OMMISHIONKRS MFfcT
There will be a meeting of
Commissioners at Headquarter
i-n Wednesday next, lflfh lust .,
4.45 p.m. when ihe Acting It
.,.r forJu.^iUdelim.uencr.n Z2^S'a&Z? "" ""U'"
Th-re well .bo bo m|,, ,
tb
-then
you run the
risk (if bnliliii I
(

Mi)
ACT NOW I ll.iir f.ill. out beoUM the roots are alarvvd. of ihvn
vital food. That's. <*hv you need SiKilnn. urfenilv. lor Sibikiin
contain*, in concentrated form, the fouiiccn essential hair-forming
substances Massaged into ihe scalp. Sihikrin rtchly nourishes the
hair roofs and soon hair grows again with heallhy.
handsome vigour. If w> comb h.is given the warn-
ingbeM be sale and .tart with Sihikrin cvAn '
England stem from sources which
differ materially from thoae in
Barbados, namely, the lack of
jnintal control due to Ihe exi
genclea of war. whereas the
.nnrlioTBtion of cur local social
Mindltions might possibly eltmin
ata Juvenile delinquency.
Vatar O F. C. WALvOTT
As far as he understood, Trini-
dad wn asttlng regu
ments of fresh
Argentine before
present the Unitra Kin
agreeing to pun tia
titles of froten nwal fl
Argentine at prtcea arhieh rai b-
compared arm thOM paid fW
Australian anil New '/<
meat.
The distance bet wee t |
and Ihe AfajMilUM k
han the distance bftwee i
the Argfiitinr and Bai'.
did ncrt see why we coul
Argentine meal In Barlrid->*.
He did no: see whv the Barba-
dos Government "ed in this di
permission from the Bl ' one for Kirls
enunatrl to Impon meal from thi
Argentine which tiai
month. Thll
Police Girls'
Club Will
Be Opened
AT BATHSHBBA
rTUh FUST rni u i GIRLS-
I I.I B will be opened at
i levers Hill. B-thsheba. on June
Boy-; Club wiM also be
K'^'iinial Economic
Committee Meeting
Starts \Yrr{fit-s(.uy
ALL SCOUTERS in the island at
Ihe Y.MC.A. on Thursday 24tn
:.ist. (Empii Day) at 3 p.m.
i >ri '.'l\i. OF II i|
With the chimge in the hour.f
for the opening of Rcacjquaiiara.
n few Scouts drop in for a gan"1
or to before gofeDJJ home on eve
nings, hut we would like t" set
many more.
Besides gme3 there are many
interesting bocks and maga/me-
to be read, Including 'The Scout.
Hobbles'. 'Stamp Collecting', etc
Can't you spare a little time to
enjoy the futilities offered b)
Silvikrin
rue j
'> NATURAL i
Vm l'ri Sili.krm ,- W*
W faAMNBJ **i' ''*
RftM/M Han T.Mlt lot*
.\ > ,('.- fJM*M -.f Oil.
^S^SEt\i y6UB "IUATF.HS
4.
m
here on Wednesday. May 18. at the
Conference Room of Hastings
House.
The Conference is under Ihe
Chairmanship of Professor C. G
Beasley, Economic Adviser lo the
Colonial Development
Organisation.
Sir George Seel. K.C M.G.
Comptroller for Development an<:
the lo
Met Death By
Misadventure
DEATH hi misadventure wi *
ihe raidfr I return) b) > nun-
man Jury when the inquiry in!"
Ihe i m-unwtances surf
the death of <
labourer of Packer*! Village.
Christ Church, was innrludori Bl
District "11" Court Vi-sterdav.
Mr. C. W. Rudder, Police Mag-
iktraic tif IHstrict "B" was the
Coroner Clarence W.-ckes dtrd
< tle sp.il , April 13 when the
by Hope
Held Pliintflln.n. Chiisl ( hnt.1 .
and driven bj Cyril m -
opposite Welfare in the West Indies,
welcome the members of the Com-
Coionel R T. Michelin, Com- mlltee and the Advisers at the
of Police, told the opening session.
Ideas; He that this la a yejv The following will attend:
opulnted area. He Bald; caTo""' Pro,'Mar c G B'M''V
lui>s will serve a useful > i O. it. Adam., S-. M c F .
there is very little h.r fW&AIBtfg&^b'
the i likiren to d., when they leave K n iiunir, D o l^scock. Ksq in.
luhj which . und-r in. SS! T" "o Sii.K'"K,".
Of the Police, will b<. run a.i.
nittee f Man ic. ment 3^J?ff*Blaausar!M' CM"'
m is tn, requestor U>o J^rT n"T m k
ommissioncr f Police lor * J
Wh.t-Monday: "To all driver, .1 """ '
lAissenger- carrying vehicles 4>iiih
IHIk.i i;- CORNER
Congratulations to these Scout*
who have gained the followum
cadges:
ls| Oaaa: LeRoy Small, (3rd
nd Welfare B'dos (Cathedral).
2nd Claaa; L. Jones. W. Mom.-.
C. Smith. E. Mottley. (Cathedral >
Music Maker Willys Cummins
(Bethel).
Camp Warden: Geoffrey Ru-I
e'er. T.L. (Ul Sen Scouts).
Electrician ft Cioodridgc (Gil'
Memorial).
Handyman: Ley land Clark'*
LeRoy Davis, .|Y MCA).
'XMIIN
I
Clrss. Emi
i n .'. M-ii ISLANDS
Harn-
kwuod. D tv
E A MaynlfT
drive carefully and slowly and
let us try to aaej that there are no
fatal accidents on Whit-Monday.''
He said lhat two deaths were
recently caused by people jumping
on and off lorries.
"The Public are asked to refrain
from this extremely dangerous
omctlo '
Ra Id that on Whit-Momii
AS.
ml... r. Scull Johm
, &q
. s .. | A
H.mli.r M I il
Manu.rral D ll
M.mb.r
i......-1 lion A
Ron A R W Robri
II E. Boblnxm, Han
9hlll. E-Q. MBT.
D Mllchrll, Eq ,
iin. Emi.. AOiarr.
i*'|' Ei.
Gomel. Mrxibrr.
nn. C.BE.. lloe.
A Sir, A T
1 Prinsle, Eq .
I Ol v-iiii inciM-iv mrr ---- ----- ------------ ,, ,
turned on W.ldioi. P < . I n-l of Mounted Police WK"
Church. i,n'i Constables on foot will be on
Dr. E. L Ward who performed the road to see that there is no
the imsr rnortesri examination on reckless nnd dangerous driving.
tha bodj ol I leceased attiibul- There will nis., be speed traps at
si ihe roads.
Mfl want everybody to enjov
UtemaHvaa but we do not want
aectdantl and loss of life", he said.
ed death lo -hoik nnd
from a broken neck
f llopctlHd
Plantation. Christ Church, told
the enn t "ii Apr \
is he wenl to the rcene of ihe
accident after receiving Infortna
lion aixmt it When be
the place where ihe accident had
occurred, the tractor*i four wheel
wire in tin* air Mid '
was nol working. The three
wagons were detached from Ihe
tractor. One Of the v>
directly lo the north hoc of the.
road, but forming an angle with
the Iroctor.
WINDWSBB) ISLANDS
OrrssSB i lion 1. Bk. H.r Utm
i: r. II Adams. Esq C B F. A
ilh. Ad>U*r>.
... Han C A B*aubrun. M.w
Hi; I Cimli LbMIm\i>. Esq.. AStUtr.
SI \ -! )|r>n E. A. JuacM'
Hi*l" lion. V. D AMm. AOHir.
a.mlHlra Hon. H D. sh.iimaford. Scln
C B E Mtml.tr; Hon. W II SlrSVIIna.
AStlwr.
tri.ri.. R. Norrl., E|. M B .
. R*4.
POUCfl CONSTABLES from Ihe
Trinidad
For British Empire
S'rviees Leugue
ATHLETE in I it. i
A test for the Athlete It j due
will be held at Kensington to-
morrow. Monday 14th. at 8 a.m
Entrants must be under the age
of 13 and hold the Second Class
Radge.
Scouters in charge of Group-
arc asked to notify the Hon.
Secretary. Mr. Kraok Blackmail
of boys who are entering for
Ihe test before hand.
Entrants are asked to arrive
at Kensington not later than
7.45 a.m. on Monday, so as to be
in time for classlrtcatlon.
EMPIRE DAT INTER-TROOI'
COBtPETITlON
Troops of the South Wester.
Scout District (Si. Michael.
St. George and Christ Church 1
wttl meet for their Annunl
Competition at Combcrmeic
il on Empire Day, Thursday
Mth May al .30 a.m. The
competition will be based mainly
on (a) Observation h Deduction
(bl General Scout Knowledge
and (c) Practical Scoutcraft.
Scouten are reminded thai
lroop entering the Competition
must meet the D C ;d Comber
mere on Friday next at S j m.
Write Dhert or Airmail lor Fatherly Advke free
THE STEPPING STONES
TO SUCCESS
Don't hesitate about your future I Go forward.
confident that The Bennett College will sae
you through to a sound petition In any career
you choose. The Bennett College methods
are Individual. There's a friendly.
personal touch that encour-
ages quick progress and
makes Tor early
efficiency.
-Direct Mail to DEPT. 198
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so often goes with a
healthy body. To main-
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forget essential Inner
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nol only provides a
sparkling, refreshing
drink it helps to keep
you clean inside u well.
It functions by deaning the mouth.
settling the stomach and toning up
the liver. Finally, Andrews gently
clears the bowels.
Take this "fizzy" drink whenever
you need refreshing. One teaspoonful
in a glass of water is all you need
to use.
Andrews liver salt
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I .Mill:: Noillll
an'g My Love Loves Me."
i. .t^is Brers Willie Ifll) a
The All S
I be held
The other two wen
in.ul won 'he trout of the Iractai
,... tm I ihj
Waldron Road. Both the dli
and deceased were Ivini; In tha '"'' '" Dalsley
north (Utter Ol the u>ad next to Tuletit Show
the tractor About I(10 people
were on the -pot Later Moae'y
was placed in his rjr and taken
to Hospital, hut the deceased wss
not taken BWB) BS lie >.'> dead
On many occasions hi
Um Brorksn on the brallara not lo
go on the ir.K-tor. The rnaxunum
speed or the tractor is 12 miles
per hour and tin- can CsU) a
ittsirasd i
weight of the tractor .
a half tons.
Min;.m LayOB of Waldron Vil-
lage. Christ Church, .nd she
helped In lining Mosely, the
driver of the trs-ctot in \h- Wat-
son's car which took him to the
Hospital. She did not see how
the tractor overturned.
Police POI
the island for Ihe police
Men will beheld on M
St, are the guaati or ih
Force.
FIR^T PRIZE at the Local
Talent Show
M went
Dorian Thompson who sang "Yoj passed through here
Can Do No Wrong" Malcolm on Ihe Oaseogne.
Murray, who sang "If" was award He said that in the programme, "a" hole In the surface of the
ed ihe second prize a third pru there will be an entertainment road caused It to be noticed thai
given to Dennis Clarke who by lxird and I.ady Mountbatlen, the sea was undermining inut
Mr. Clifford Rachpaul. a mem
Barbados ber of ^ Tririidlld Leloni has '----------------------
been invited tn the Conference !; iTngflVr Iti'ii'lil'^
of the British Empire Serv.ces HW lMlW IM |KslTH
the Qlobe U-ague which will be held in Workmen of the Public Worta
He Department are carrying out re
-11 to the west end of the Pier
ead.
Kii-I.'v night.
EARL MSrMIN ol afounl
I'ltwiwct Plantation, st
BSM into Ihe Advocate .
Editorial OrTtci- yesterday morning
lh .. tsrssj pawpaw with fiv
young pawpaws growing inside i
It was picked from i tiee .
Cnlleton I'hoitation. St Peter. I
rtm to Eastman by M
ChevMiian, Manager <
tha ...true plantation.
ON. W. A RISTAMANTE
lied the Mental H
Mr Hu-i.irv.,.1,1,.
'ii.ii rta a*as lavoUrabls impressed
litiuti pi ihe Hospital.
ii reception by Their Majesties part of the l'ier Head. The i
it Buckingham Palace erete around the hole
Mr. Rachpaul said that he also beginning to sink,
will be paying visits to Scotland The workmen have dug
ind France before returning to part of the concrete where t
Trinidad. ____________________will lay down fresh cOROTtg
M
EHICRATlOli TO U. S. A.
HAT DO YOli i'ABT TO HAVE YOUR
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SI'NOW M\V II 15
I M l \ V \nvx.\TF.
(JM Bourn vita

1- \.. I RI.F.VEN
MR. PLANTER
You can now prepare
your LAND
Those ...
Agricultural Forks
have just arrived.
\. n. now 111
Dial 3.106. l.tMBKIl & II \I!I>W ARK Bay Strwl

I.in lUlillr..
i M M Kai i~-i. VI
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USUALLY
37
Heinz Veg. Salad. Tins 55
Chum Salmon. Tins (Tallsi 66
NOW
lassic
:'* Rolled Oats. Tins
mum*
in
USUALLY NOW
55
Tomato Soup. Tins 34
'* Grapefruit Juice. Tins 24
at
21
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
AYTIME
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and the air is fragrant with blos-
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The freshness of a breeze
in a bottle"


PAGE TWELVE
SIS DAI ADVOCATE
slSDAY. MAY 13. I*S1
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TIlCPHONl 2100
For Births, Marriage
.. ir.tf li Ca
Clwi|i i UM ro* any i
k)N 'i-l oent* pi
mMiiuii .1 word Tei
between 4 --I
.**... u;> .n-r <
number of word.
r- word lor >
fwh. Jbwn* saw*
,. 3113 for ***
DUD
ISlh
4PTHIROn '
Arthur of 1st A.
Vill..tfr H.r 1.1
W"p her lair re*'d*ric* I
(M in* Weetaaary
dj Frawd* .i" Int if

Tallin* Arthur iMnthei
Karl .' n .Aunli
i HU i MB vi
rtirabrf
r*. Berks**
Ih* abovi
the HWarMb il. ....... BaarOai
Dfil" Road --id UMBM lo the
Weirbury Cerreter;
Irene. Beatrice. Winifred. Don" Rita
.Daugrit*r.i. Lionel and milord
ihim. Frank 'Grandson..
Qrand-d..,.r,i.i ISA l'*pei*
pleaae cop. I^M
HOlaSRROn Apr>< >>.
den,.- ll.-i.Kitj CJ..p.
Si Mich.,-1. C.ranville
anl SecreO.r* of II* O
***-.- Mi- hinora) i
-Ki'i." i MS p n

I.,. Itr.l

i i i riw rataUv
tot* r*ttred Mn
ho died in Ihl
IH1. grat-lul.
I apprecl.t
THANKS
of
I UY
itwlhv under* <
po.Hblr
BrttM 0 il .
>n the Mr. Ma>
ledge with de-p
.ii.'-i ii.
laM
making
tMrMt bony rerurn m
Dr n a mm e. d Ym
loy Lee
n>d I ha i
1*51
WAlTHIWe ihr under-iened beg
through Ihl* medium I., tl
these who arnt wreetl... a
thru -1110*1111 an the ore
E death ..I our beloved
3LINA WA1THE Who fr
mo ihi.
Mr II Whitakrr -om. Mi. Holdei
'nephew.. Griffith. nnd famil-
lllln
H*>
IN HEMOBIAH
aii Axnv In
beloved JEANETT
fell alter)
Al.l AMUV who
ISth M. 104*
We Irel *ou nearer now than when.
4011 wllh .,. rou uere far away.
N"i d d WO Vnnw fnwn dai lo day
U we .hnuM see your face Main
S>l*." Aliauibi -daughter.. Char lei
Allambi ihmbindi. He-ter O'Hell
rate' Timolhi Brown* 'tin .then
13 5 11
nisnnr In Loving Memory of ou
Dear Mother Aleatha Bisrwo wh
tailed IhU Ulr on May 14th IStlJ
from ou- slghl
ul tn our memoriae .nil live*
devoled mother
Joaey. Enid. Movyorio Itaiewortd. TXi*>
",::
I **vl .....
OWe fawr halh
left Ihu %eei
m mortal lea i
.1, ii
for fleeting tu
ion sale
.n.-n-i charge leee* Tl C*w
*m(a fuada** M word* u
I >;. moral idwiM4
ACTOMrcrrivB
CAR On*
I r**rl '..! bl|ll*
-ereMI* oArrb.uled PrN-r MM Apply
Uoarrled Mall plantation
II i H .(..
CARVu* ball 14 aU wllh 4 food
itree. In rood wor*m| eonaMMn. peMW
lawle ApoJ. r D L Oay. "apt*
. OnM i-tiutch. Dial JJM.
11*1 tin
nd Onl> T.^, Slot*
I RrUdn ,, i ml, wllh
e or Woikinof) In Tudor
lea Goint lot XkJH Nrtt
ruble 3-BedK~.ni Cottafe a'
n Kd Not r from Fl*u
Ot*tin>. Modern Convei.itin t. larrde Vaid
*nek>a A Veri Itrxrablr l.Hedroom Cwtlair u
rimlabelle. Madern Convenn nan. V^.ng
C 1.130 An Aakraelive M AloMtaT
flow Iwaaalde Stonewall BuotTalov at M.
. An Outlook. Nir.i. Set in a*
ltd Ooln* loi aTIloO A new I-
m Conrret* Durvdaww t>v l^>-r
r.-iiabelie. Mwdn n Co*v*en.
lll A 3-Hrdrnot" -oaallilr 41
laakaw Trpe liSirH* n-. A i
rur.dttrnn. anl a ftmall I-fh -tfrnrr Slnri^-
II He-Jderice lalmoat Nrwi at llaaUruta
iln Rd. polh Altrartlvc and \ irM about
IHM p> m Q.lnf for Under C3.3M
Altiartlvr and Almort Ml
Bunaatowi. On* in and On* Near
Oardena. On
CARS This week'* f|-r on- I
modal Mercury Sedan New Iviti .
.id (WDdll..... Ideal (or t
" o reaaunabl* offer rrluird llini *
doi Aaxttctaa Ltu
_______________ i.ii-
WAGOON: Om IM1 V-l Ford 81*1
Kjajon M perteet condilion. Apply !
3143 B 4 M t
MOTOR tYCt*: 3
~r.m. three nvinlh*
new CaaiUri tun
I. C. Murphy.
11 I II 2n
TRUCK: Ona I MM Bedlnrd Trucl
Ki-id workin* order Apply lo S Bealy
M.n.aler ol Urlmont Punnal Crlablun
c.iii Dial laW or Larr-ll Bralhwaiir
Cherry Otove. John II 1 91. V
FURNITURE
LIVKS.OCK
.-II In a weeks t.me. nv. 33 lints wRh
last .all FOr particular. ph 11-In
"LTP1KS Thorougnbrrd r.ntillah
Cnldon Corker Spaniel Pupplen On
.lie. on* female. Mother Imported li
April. Father iwlo erupt Show Oolden
Cocker Spaniel Champion also National
field Champ IMS Phoni- 4Mb
II I tl In
MECHAHICAL
BICYCLB-On*~Oen I l Site*
Hrreuii** nieiele, wim lUhi. li
fOd tyre.. Phone 4UI
i.f WA1.TKH
r of May
pad .Inee thou hart
nd tearsyet
* M la 'h ran anre
svi4ftT t lovlna menior*- ol
rlotlH- 11
AHT -Kn .IriiBKiil li.i-
ihe M"i rlaj ol Mav 1MB
Thonrh ihi (are m fwnsnl
Tet we ofirn think of ttree.
Ai"l * hope that vie will m
I BM -** I've and bve.
Owendolvn. Katie Alealha.
J.l- Neville C-ralrt C
rand* 13 r
GOVER.NMENT N0T1IES
BAND 1ERIORMANCES IN
ST. MICHAEL
Until further notice the Police
R.-ind wil* Rivp performances
esvp monlh In St. Michael *
toflOVI -
Qiteetr* Park;
The tint Suntis*/ In thr month
at 4.45 p.m.
Thi- Bcoadi Thiirwlay In the
I 7.45 p.m.
r-plssad.-
The third Sund.iv in the month
at 4.45 p.m.
The third Thursday in the
month at 7.45 p m
PHitceil Alice Playing rirld.
The t.rst Thursday in the
month at 7.45 p nv
P,cuft*> cut this out for futur
reference
Fl T MKIIFLIN.
Commls*!ioner of Police.
Police Headquarter*.
intl May. 1951.
12 5.512n
HARR1.SON MillM.I
BAKbAUUM. im i
REQUIHED: if possible i
September !W1.
0) A OltAUUATE to teat
SPANISH with FHfcrtCH i
posaible.
(2> A (J HAD U ATE lo leach
HI.-TONY with ENGLISH
HAKKISON COLLEGE IS a day
CKAMMAH SCHOOL of 580 boy
taking the Oxford and Cambridf
General Certiltcute and workin-,
to Open Scholarship standard. [
hat a Sixth Form of 120. and i
irpresented op the H<-adma*tert
Conference a> an OvVTSeaj School
SALARY For FnsI Of Srvon.
Class HOTKHin IVgrct'*
tl,K20 rising by Sriil h
S2.HUM and then by .14
tn $3.4:.ti plus ISM |te
annum lor an K tlonal Diploma.
For G It A l> U A T F. S
$1,728 risiiiK by *72 U
$2.1611 an to $2,928 plus $216 pci
nnnutn for nn Eduru
tional Diploma. ($480
tlOO.)
The position on the Salary Seal
would be decided by teachlni ex
, i letm includinjt en allowann
for War Service
PASSAGE EXPENSES to Bar-
bados not cxirrdini $960 will b
paid against appropriate vouchers
Up to the present no pa*...i;(<
money Is tvsllablc foi
Tin- BOSl l pi l. unable ulldf
the Ilitrhados TVfuhers' Prnsmi
Act. No (tmli iliiilmn an P*J*
able, but the miniiniim qucllfyln
Service i
HariuwiN Coll* :
minlifyini- under thr Khflb'
Superannuallon Act.
Appllt.inu should mention su'
sidlary subjects which ihey offc.
and out-^f-School .utivl kM whic
they are prepared lo undertake
APPLICATIONS tORether wi '
three recent testimonial*, t h
names of two Referees, and
photograph, thould bff '<"t by iir
mall to J C Hammond. Esq
MA. (CROUD), H.nrion Collefe
Kurbadoe B W 1 lo srrivt no1
later than 2fllh May, 1951.
20th March. 1951.
1 4 '513'
REM1NOTOS TVPKWRITKR 1
hlpine*.! Slnndard Offke Modrl
arrived Your enquiries Solklted. f
4ST3 A K Rivden A Son.. Ltd
PI III H KALES
Tea eenla par apoia tin* aw lorrk-da*.
4 11 ran*" pa* opata Una an iinlaa.
iimmaeH turpa |1 SC on teark-daiiaj
d II M on SAtadapa
REAL ESTATE
HI
tm -,. n
Bl
labH- J-Bedt,
im KrAidiiL.r at Kocklry
Ulu* Waters. Ootrtd lor
.. out OM Acre Si-nd*
Uid, Hear Cttv. Oomc lor Under 14 ct.
par at it C Ma lar Ra-l E-t-tr and Bw
[.nvlr.ied Dial SIM D f de Abi
.11 at Olive Dough. HaMmfs
...i i i i DKMMBm an-l I-- d I
1 rood.. perches ad)otnlna I ha
property kown as "The Aobaj < brM
Church. Thl pioperty at j newly bmlt
.tooewall dwrlllnihouse
Uvlnl rooms, bedro-n,... .i.ual conir.t-
ei.ces and belon(. to Irvln Jerome Klnff
The above piount* il i- -i up for
vile bv PnWlC Competition it Our IMftt*.
lama. Street, on Friday lath May ISM.
Inaprtlion on appllcnllon le Mr. J. A
YFAHWOOD A flOYCR
fcollcllors.
II 5 81-Tn
I IM.
Iep4i Twri
aaUdotaa M
IV.IMOV Situated Lower Maxwell
Hill .Top Roeki -taiidlm oi> 11.000 *q
It havim I Hedioomi two 11 by II II
..r.d me II bv 17 ft with bum in Cup-
boards A large i-n.-e* 14 by n li
-!- IM Dlnii !( n II oi IS o and
Kitchen II by 13 ft wllh a modan
ink Two fully tiled Tollel. and Shower
lomplete wllh rlllliif* The proper" i
constructed In lone and h*a Timbered
Floor. Alw ( drive) in Two car *'*'
I servant', this. Tnlleta and Shower.
The front earden la well laid out havml
.. double entrance. l>lore you bu
': Houae Rock Bollom Price E4.V4
v.Mh immediate po raalrm lo. vl*
limy 4U3. Altrr walking hour* U
II 111-*!.
HOUSE' A Chattel Houm
f AHaynas laid.
LAMTJ
Iota
la'd i
TYPEWR
rrodal "Olympla'
i received- eea thw
iielnre rommltllif
SI Rill. Dial 3199.
Overiookina laraa .
uich Mas-
IB to SS m'mite.
irlve to Ciena Coast. Welkins distance*
to Lodec and Hih School Qovt Water
Telephone. Electric Light paae Uie area.
Apply to W. I. Webeln. Moncneff*. St.
John. Phone W-3M
SS 4 Sl-*n.
KPM ATlQi\AL
ro its.
oi
ma
> VII 1
Applk-ailms are milted far the po>t
an Aseietanl Mietre.. i lewefa
il dh.eryce rr-Nrpe ft*n. i.
W 1 for Seplenwtei ii
I Ralaa* Scale* pee aa In.law.
ia. Gradual* Teacher* >lll| ,
as-i. m t -tjag,
ibi Oradu-ie Tearhere 1st or H-i
ClaH Herein l
An addltloi
I.IS4
! f.,
M IM i-
tl piJ-af*
DipV.ma
1 The paaeepe will be paid
rttado*. but aal
appnlnlmanl
(h (h- iptlnn B* lolnlnl fl I
Saf afi^i mat. hen a term s leave .p
lu'l ear 1.111 be ey.nted a/ter flv* i*ao
i IXAVE I'ASasAOSal ar* net p....
AppHratkHo with eaptea vl r**..
T< I'lrnoniale. ahoild be forwarded m.
laier than SDth lua*, JtMl lo lie Acln i
li- .dmi.treea of .**>"'. Coll**,*, Bai
.lo*. W I. I.I VI In
IM III II VOIIIIS
Tn real* par at
and a ewmn par aawi* Mae oi
-!" choraa SI 30 aw
awd m BP aw taadaa,,.
no OIK I I.TI H *.!. AIL- \< I I
i. !>> 'redftar. h.idiae .arrlall. Hrai
pi*sr*Tiov.
Bm
>d*r th.
of l
SVAIhl
, seiaH ootanr a araw at we*ee aaiaci inr
t, :-,. "' "" ' A- " '
' "-rnin .,,._ Malpaaa* and Maw rropi of
ii] plantation I* be raaweo
Ne MMi has il tc-
nn B th* aa-f amp..
n led lh*a 1Mb dav of Ha. last
r F Fll'.r-iv
-haror leaew Ti <*.
PI renii ruadoys 14 tewrde i
aofi 3 ceale a word itaaaj 4 i
o>d Siiadapa.
Ht&P
RIVATE
1
faiiy i
employment far one Ot
two day. wawb. own upawriter Hlah-
- UK r.l-r-ri" No AC C 0
" t~o SJH 7n
: II M I OHM KMOOI
.' i i I'. V :.. (I* |
OTRS TO pxkmi nti FAarvrs
poxibilitv that there mav be
i-r of vacancie. lor FEE
r- i
B 0M. Snd Pro
U "S3; Win. PMie No J till no
No A US. lh Prlre No H 413
14ih Prtre No
list
d he and.r III! TSIlVt ira
PARCNTfl GUARDIANS
.,. V,,.. i ,. ..... imi prtsa rs nn -oi I'...- si.
H, r OS* l"h Prlrw No D 0T. isrh
* Entrance E.amlna- s*me No C atS. IWIb Pru* No O 1P1
itiamrd thr age ol SMb Prite No K 4ST. 31st Proa No
en o.i ji-i.y ItSI. 0 n04 12nd Prise No J 4SB; Wrd
J US4. 24th Pries No D 131
> advised
e II. sd
innari Secretary lor thr nrmiary
m\; to be Qllea pul
ALL I'OMPIIIlli I'OHMS MIST be
..-...I t* Ihr III lliwt-iKI -- no)
Thr ENTRANCK EXAMINATION Will
be held *l the School on ATISn*Y.
11 'i |th ISM ALL i Mimnil.
>4I4T Mr AT TRF -I Mom NOT
LATER THAN lft no
I SBIh Prlre No
Ihi; for Secty St Sav
LESLIE OAY;
uri Troi-Agv Club
13 I SI in
i on iu;\ i
Ml-tamm rta-O.
as cewta 5uadi/>
words 3 ee*U a <
word awaaaaapw
ureew Tl c*-m aa
I i .^i! owe* S
d week 4 *-.<
LOST sV 1 l \If
l-OST
*rrlJHtiri II Mil tli
L4T -hmli i i in II l, VII
NOTICE IH HEItf-BY GIVEN
ui pHentloei ha* been made to
Directors ol Ihe above-ntmed Cwn|i
bv E. V OoddarU. iSole Executor
Ina Eatata of Dudlu-' Carmron llawh
di.eaJ. ol Ihl. Island, lor the I
Of a duplicate Crrllftcale for Tturi.
Pief'i- .e 4h.ln numbered
SB- 46 liwlusl.r
upon the stalrinenl thai (he orU
lirtitVate No 3 isauei
(iiraion Hawkln* under d
lit* has been lost and no! deposited
lib anyone a* security or otherwise'
Srel N(lT* LS Al-lt) llr'llfJlV (ilVFN
t'st If within thirty days Irnnt thr data
eprrM-ntatlOn III
UllLSES
APARTMENT lo let ii, Marine Oardeii
(o 4 monUi v luliy furnished, hou-e
Etplrvi apartmart with spacUnii v*tao
1. Telephone Olbaun. Marine Hole
Jj, 13 HI IB
aasthFJ
made to O,,
procead io
h ..no, .
[>lr*elor> Ihry
IM III.M S\l I S
MIHf'M.LANFOUS
Cf every .....nut.,.
old Jewel.. Sne Silver
Must he removed after purchase N*
Raaaonable offer refused Applv or
bemeata tn Mr Joaepii St mil. Tweed.
m.i-pl,. rlr. ol orrinfr. Anllqui
mp adfolnlna Rnral V.whl t M
3 V SO I f n
IIKOOC1I -ANTIQUE CAMEO beoorli
In oridnal line (old pSlUng V1 OOR-
HLNUES ANTIQUE SHOP Upii-r B-v
atr**t I3.S3IIn.
-ANTHJUK
Mrvad (M
t.OWRINC
Btaeket Cueh.v
CHKlSTtlPHER COLUMRU1 Caravai
Nina at preeenl moored al Heletown.
SI James No reonable orler refused
Appli Ralph Hunle co Manning 4 Co.
SlIITAFtlX I1U1IJJ1NO SITE Mi....t.-.i
jt Vnlir Gurd-n". sej. ft lend, and l.St? a; ft. road Din)
UOS Djiv and 34*5 Nlghl. f.S.SI- t I n
SHOP AND
llrwM Apple
>iai 4orn
4 31
The Property known as 'The Abbev".
i'I.Mat Church This property eomprlaee
. dwelling house wllh I acres, 2 rwadl
.IP, perch*, of land and belongs to Mr
henry H D King The above propert>
.III be set up for Sale by Public Com-
iMllllon *l our Office on Friday
-I
al
appl- Mr H If
CHANDF-LIFJt Mngnl"*'i
Af AnlHiue Slourbrldge -r
(iOIIHlNC.ES
egati Hi
ig on Ihe premises
YEARWOOD A BOYCT
Soii.non
II-tn
DINNER SERVKX: 74 Pieces Eccl-
rnt condition Whlta with Qree-i and
Oold pattern Dial Strhelln CMS before
9 a m or between 4 and I a m
H S.SlSn
FllX FAarrENIJrtS'' Ju*t received a
.iipplv of File Fa.tener. Phone 414?
T Qeddr. Or .nit Ltd. for your rnpm.-
FRAafER-ISIh CENTURY MIN1ATURK
P im.ii. famous court brautv; orlginnl
deep set Bold frame 1100 OtlHHINC":S
Upiwt Bay Slreel 133 31In.
OAl.VAMSKii SHEETS h-at qu.ubv
new sheet. Cheapest m Ihe Island '
0 ft M.94. 7 II S3H. II H 11. M - '.
10 (1 M 44> Nell rush Belter hurry :
. DARNER A CO.. LTD.
4 S 11 I f n.
INVsWrwlaTrT SHARES In Baibadoa
Building Sonet* and Subwrlpllon
^.re. si one dolno |. month phone
Srnelarv 44TI Rarnr. Rmldlng
IRON SAFaV:
ii.iiii-i. Ilmlled '
i S nrv.t-n A
KM Share. CENTRAL FOUNDRY
LIMITED
M Share. BARBADOS IHlPPlNfl AND
1PADINO CO LIMITED
41 Shares WEST INDIA RUM RE-
FINEStY LIMITED
17 gharee 01 TRI.KPHONF (X
LIMITED
II Share. BARBADOS FOUNDRY
1 IMITKD
n*.
ipaaa
Luraa Slice!
CARRINOTON A 1
II i.M tn
JEWFIJ.ERY /
fashioned Jewelleri
Wm D Richard, j
few ptete* of old
it stlrarllv* price*
Son. Mr Oregor
II I II fa
I AMI* FARI.Y PRENCII Cand.Ubri
I brarsrhee Filled wllh nilglnal diamond
rlchad torm Ismp* Prlillne cojidllim
OORRINOFt? Ad| Royal Yacht Club
MILK Fr**hCowe- Mil. T R Tested
Morning or afternoon delivery Phone
EOS or Write H M Adan>. Turin .ml-
Dft*l Tliornburv Hill Ch Ch
PIATEN (1RNUINE Auluaue Plati
,-f fisuir* -Hoial Cmwi Derby. Rorh
lasm ttpodr Bow. CaaaThU
and Roi.il WorCMtri
Roval Copeiiiiaeeri
AT OORPINOER
RlrlOS
HINtlH Dtamoml and Rub, Ring iTH
I..in Sen esceptunal quality For quhk
...le IIW OORRlKllFS ANTIQUE !IHi'
Dial 44fff 13.3.11 In
TEA P'rT sol.m *
ont.
Wm
TO-DAYS NEWS FLASH
That NEW WYVFBN PEN tha
I* ,.ii.uu a .rnaallon at the Frill
*1| of Britain, i. at -
JOHNSON .S ITtllOMir
INA Wf I.IT
I'd Fur nil uro k
IUIIN40N
AINTS for
Tha underilgned will off*- for aal* at
iriclr Office No 17. High Street. HrHMO-
town, on Friday Ihe 1Mb. day o( May.
Ml, at I p m
The dwelllnghoua* knows aa "GRANP
VIEW wllh Ihe land thereto contalnuin
3 Roods 4 3'Slh. Perches or thereabout*.
situate at Ualhaheba. Salnl Joaeph
Inspection on application to
CarvSakrr. on the premises.
For further particulara and conditions
"PCOTT1.E~CATFOHD 4 to.
13 3 SI e o d.
I will offer for sal* by Public Com-
petition al my orTlee, Victoria Street
on Fiwifi, '"i at $ p m The lotuge
'..ii.-.i : m .ii'i at McLean's
Oap. Brit ton* Croaa Rood hoUM> i
tains open gallery Drawing Dining.
3 l.cdroo.n.. W C Bv.lh we.1;
basin. Kli.-heu wllh
ail
_____ W.SW aq.
Kpecllon between
I Oil SAII
AUCTION
.cider.1 b* public
CULDUNE Catllewafh. R^lhsheba
for June. October and December tl
CotilalnlngT 4 bedroom*. Fully hirnl.h'd
including refrig*r.iu>r, running water ii
aa bedrooms. Pho'u- Mill. Ilrs Stuar'
poet of
WOMEN rot ivasllr-g turner Oniv
Ihoep wnh mhir-i need asasl
Bay Street. ip,K.*.i* Wrlllngtan **U e-t
pest ol Senetar -
SteiiorrBsmer in ou, onV* Sultatde
salarv paid to the right area Aowlv
S-mitai. Laiuadf]
IJM-t In

Country Road.
Rawponuble pnmii
Ton.11.0- i..i I)c;i r*.i i .:l "T ii ;.!
not later than lt July Salary 1100 04
340 OS per month depaenltng on 0'ialtfl
ration. Apply in Pernn with writle-i
..(Plic.il..' img Eetat* I
g Trawawg dr, ppi \ Ltd
MISCELLANEOUS
SHIPPING NOTICES
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
S^ UOMIv ,., f. aa>l
i.ni Hobarl. I tin May. An.
I*-. Melbourne Sth June Br
< at Trln-
. oie latter half of July, and
irorwaaftng trurreafter to Barbados and
In addition IO general cargo I

rat. Ne-vl.
Kitti. Sailing Fiiday 13th

and hard I
Sled on through Bills of Lad-
mpment at TrluiOail I
Leeward and Windward '
DA COSTA A CO LTD .
Hr-a.<|.wn.
II VA I
no will accept
tans* will
B.W.I. SC1IOOVER OWN-
ERS AHSOC INC
Tile. 4047.
113.1
...... .
I
in IS-g bind eeek. <
pjinion help lo wnalt fam'l* '-'
tlfmaii In Barbados Capable house-
keeper, sxpertonerd travei'i-i IffK I
M. D.. PO. BoS 200. Blldgetuwn
Fl^T RenvmioTiT Heating .
ruihed. Dining and siom. reon
rooms, running water. Kn.hc
liraal convenlenres No pets hi
fwo iH Furni.lir-I Flats al
Lawrence Cap. suitable (or
i Mae Irt onward Apply
.. Ph..ne 0240 IS HI tin.
H(>tr*- To lot, f.in.Oh.d. Thorpai
BJgiaSO. St Jam*. Juneeptirnber in.
cluuvr Hrrtlsh Council. Barbado*
13IS1-I :
FOR RENT or LBASg
HOUSE liiiiil.tid or iinfurni-he.
House on Lighthouse Hand. Ch Ch
Privet* Beach threw bedroom*, water,
sight. S..V..-U. room, aar.ge Apply
"Hill li Lodge Road. Ch tn
',-d. TelephiTi* I
t Aovl.
1 i 31 1
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
On Thursdor llih hv order ol 111
y,ei,ito. lo th.. Mate ,! Ibr lJU M>
I A Ci.ii.fnrd. Wt Will soil lit* ruiniturr
si 'Th* Farm mear Sn Croat Rotdai.
i piuiip. which Uyelott**' Very e.-id
Rxtenalon Dining Table Tip Tou Table. V*-ry nice OvPJ ftp Top
Ti.bl<-. Double Ends Sett**, Cmich.
ornament Tables, Prrfe.t.ii Sldii> Lady's lanUquei Vanity Tab!*: P'rP-
DlOU ClkaU1 in vei/ okl Mahouan* ;
Old Airrore D.rmer Service. Tea Service.
Iictures. Ulasa Ware. Ornament*. Cul-
laaa Bowl, mated War*. Silver Spoor-...
Cordia Bcibic* Chair. Oak Settee tart
i-iKLi- Ctorw, Table. Waggon *nt Boo.
i fell in Pin*. Doubl* Iron Beditead-
M il
r W
re Rule* :
and Ove-
rs* Cooki
Wa.h.Omd. Chai
rr. 2 Burnrr oi
Light Hi. * l-i'ii'i
nd oth*r item*. naie. nae noa
arms cash
BRANKER. TROTMAN d> CO.
Auctioneers
II 1.31- l>
\\\oixMni;,\Tr
T-ve man* jppllcai
ul Afinoun. I
FUSION ......
porltior
ffrlle- f. II-'HII
The appoiiitmenl
RATES OF EXCHANGE
MAY II. iffSl
CANADA
82 i-iryj pi Clieques on
Hanker. "
...... Demand Draft. OS 33". pr
... Sight DTafll Nil
St 3 I0*t pr. Cable
li"l pr Currency *" pr
............Cotipoti* 51 3 It", pi
AltVEHTISE
in ihf
ADVOCATE
InWauaWgfjBNT WOTIg'E
ATTENTION Is drawn to the Defenee (Control of Drug and
Patent and Proprietary Medicine Prices Order. 1951. No. 8 which
will be published m the Official Garette of Monday. 14th May. 1951.
2. Under this Order the* maximum retail selling prices of "Car-
oid and Bile Salts". "Agarol" ami Detlol" are as follows:
ITEM
Ciiroid li Bile Salts
Agarol
Dettol
Unit of Sale
bottle of 5(1 tabs.
. 100 ..
Small si/ed bottle
I.;irge
4-oz. I-Ule
t-ot
per o/.
Maximum Retail
Price
$1 13
91.44
lith Mav. 1H9I
PART ONE ORDERS
ill "HI t D .
tanTN
IS
I0S4 -tal. I. CONN
THE HARBAIl
II May.
.'^3K33SSSSS5SSSSSiSy,s5S*KS-,S
h:\imm. -
All Other Rank, will parade at Regimental Headoiiarter. at 1 hour
Thursday 17 May, il. for frill unrtn ihe II SM .li OfTtcer* will parade
Ham Brown belt, and words lor sa..rd drill Inside Ihe enmpmind on thr
dt* The Band will narade With 'he Briimn"
"MilS.MII "IIK (Ml IAIIRI OI'N Hill
All personnel who have hern warned by their Cov Commander, mat ihe*
"I be goln- lo Run Hill on Prl.uv II May. wll iei.,i to Reg
..in...... in likV hour. IS Mo*. II Thev will brln* pencil- md note bo
iiiv... foil. .....i -p..ii. iml M r*S darlf ".!. srawMIIW ind SJS.....I
he. mil al- bring a "air of .lark ami a pair ol .ho*, whien may be
i ihe evenlne The dr. will be Hi noimal paiaOe Ore- tncauding fiwgs
i Canteen will be opened dunnS -Imp for the *al>
mniaiv uffkis ami orbeeh sirieakt ros tsriK inmna
i t! a. aitten.
D SKEWESCOX. Malor,
SO t.F A Adjutant
The Baibadn. Regiment
A POST HOLE DIGGER
win
lime and irivi
a better fob
See Them At :
nil-: CENTRAL i >nonn >i
iilNTRAL FOINDRV LTD. iVtyprieten)
Corner nf Broad .* Tudnr StreeU
Rranted 3 lnrmlh., P,Lesve W0l
. 10 May II
M L. D SKRWES-COX. Major
S.OI.F. A Adjutant.
The Barhe-Io. Regiment
LoifPLFn; Boom of voder* PKESStmM ;
rOOA/VK
Pressure cooking is how .tn accepted fact in the kitchen
lu-d.iv. and i* Wct-mins; more popular every da*, a* moro
and more cooks discover It* virtues and economies. This
book contain* a large number of receipts all tested by
the author.
also In -lock .
Pears Cvrlopcdla. Webalrrt Dlellonary of Svnomyin*
ihiintli indexed) Thorndtke English I'frtionarv
(ii.iiui.e-- Ttvenlieth Cen(ur> DMatmarg, nietlonar*
of Dm.ilium-
mm: mai
SOl'VEMBS. Cl'RIOS.
JEWELS
New Shipment opened
THAINTS
Canadian National Steamnhips
"Ol IHBOtlaTO
S"u> SalUj Saus
-ti*ai jr, [.( Beaten
CAN CONSTRUCTOP. 3S April 4 Ma* -
l-\DV NU.SOH .. 14 M, 17 M, IS
T May pa \4at
CAN" CHALl^NOril
LADY ROTrNEY .. I Juti*
IADY NPJJlOr: ..SOJimg
1ADY RODNEY ..3* Jely
_1 M*>-
I June
--a Sella
tie.*..*. Ca^Hkf**-
li m 2 s:r
M Mar 3D lit.'
J Jon- I Jwn*
ss June 11 June
1* July II July
1:1 Aug. 14 Aug.
LADY KELSnhi
I AOV BolnEY
1-ADY NEIAON
LADY HUDM.V
3 Jury I Jury
. 27 July 10 July
SS Aug. IS Aug
Muni real
it. July 3 July
Aug. II A..g
B Mept II Sept.
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. AgenU.
ROBERTS & CO. Dial 3301 I
REAL ESTATE
JOHN
M.
ULADON
A F R.. F.V A.
Representative :
GERALD WOOD
FOR SALE
DnW tn aaafg Single
lag]
M
i ..i oM app
Oi-n 10 oflees
- KHHFI III ~. Hth Aveniu*.
B,llei ille Well maintained buiiim-
Inw eon-lrurted nl "tone *'<
wallaba shlnsled roof The BC
- ..f an cn-
cleed gallerv. living room, dining
rootn R*B1 l-ilrim*. kititien. ser-
van1 room and dtrubl, sarag*
Th* pro|>erlv has a wide lawrt
at one aide, a -"tall
is full* enclosed CltHl rOa*.
,!. lown .inrl ~. h.M.is
Thi* properly ha* in.
go of a corner -it* and a
view seaward-. Ther* i
nMMM l-ugc leSUSH
with 1 verandah, leading tiom it.
. well supplied will
fitted cupboards. There Is a 1 car
garage. 2 servant.' roon.. pad
laundry
VII. 1.A KO-A PI i ' li-
cit* Atlr... t .
I ungalow with double
Approx. l4gao aq
ft. Thi* well built property
onlaln* a Iront gallery. Urge
lounge, aeparate dlnug room. 3
large b*droom*. toilet, p-n'ry and
hiuhen tiuod couityaid at rear.
INCH MASl.tlV. On .lipeos
2 acre* co.-tland .near Slivor
Sand. A -olidly coristructOd Mono
house with ihlngl* roof aid phi*
flooring 4 reception. 3 bedroom*.
verandah. 1 balhroom* and
lollrU. 2 kitchen* 1 PSFvagitS'
v-
ufTcr considered
liiHSI I. C-itlewa.h. St.
j,.-.|.ii A pMtuiaaqWO holiday
home iituattd right on the beach
With apprux. '. acre of land Tha
i it of timber riil.ed
on Hone piiUi* nth -
Ing ind U nl aound condition
rner* are 1 bedrown*
(with basinil. lounge, wide rooted
gallfiy overlooking: the ocean.
klTC^e. servants' mom*. oul*R**
balhir.g cubicle, and gaVaaBi space.
Oflcrt in. Ik
IIHKI HrU* HOI -I I '
Ions Croaa Rood- An'
well-built IWO loie* *n ie PXajojl
set wall back In secluded round*
approi one acre in
garden, air well matured and
ther* i* complete privacy from IRQ
.-.ii adloming proneny.
There IB
.cred entrance porch
Mill ,
ml ,
,. daJu
butlei
mil USOOl
a larse saiaar. mtv int-
I .ii'.-
rtj
i .. i
.. wnh ap.
i
long .'retch ol beach frontage M
RADNOR HOUSE'. Flint Hall
Tl.- irrtpoaing proi i
ground* of approximately S acre*,
laid out Wtth lawn., trnno i.i.rl.
vewctable gardena.
orchard, eic The accomrnoda-
"13 large bed-
i ana dln-
in room, wide gal:
vant. rooms. 2 garage* and all
iinial ameiuu.-. ei -Itunary with
a property of this nature
WISH', willows St. Jam**

no magniflceni view of tea and
itreiche* of beach, i ,
I bMrooasi vorsmd
anov and orVOMa' q.iarlei.
< bawmeni
FOR
i It tM I
RENT
IT" on Coaet
liwuti.i M i^wn-nce-
>.
-eaide btmaalow A.allaT.le
CAI H \l"T Ijwrenc* -
leatanl fur-

HEAL ESTATE AC.ENT
AI1CTIONEER
I'l WTATIONs ni'lLDlNC.
Phone 440
C0L0MBIE GASC0GNE
KK.ll.AK I.IXIKini'4 IIOMIMT VOVAGKS BY TIM)
nrsTlNOIT.IIED SHIPS FKOM TRINIDAD TO El KOPK
CARIBBEAN CRUISE
L.l GI'AIRA CI'RtCAO CABTAOENA JAMAICA
1ft DAYS' VACATION OS BOARD OF THE LI'XRY LINER
8.S. "COLOMBIE" ........
I'ORTNIIillTLY SAILINGS
NEW YORK EUROPE
"II.E-DORANTE" and "LIHLRTE"
19 5 2
THE NEW LCXIIKV SHIPS OF THE WEST INDIES
ANTILLES and FLANDRE
M.SM C.ro.. Tonnair21 KnoU
FRENCH LINE
Agents: POMI'IC.NAN A CO.. LTD .. ...
II Abercrtunby St. Phone: 4IH8-41R9
YES. YOU CAN I1UY IT AGAIN
LUXOR CLEAR (.LOSS VARNISH
SUPREME IN QUALITY AND FINISH
Also
GALV. OIL CANS I, I 5 Gin Sim
I l..,l,.l.,.,l
I860
I'. IIF.KI.H.il,t(l.
10 A II ROEBUCK STREET.
IncoTporated
19X9
I,-.
THE mil I l-ll ( Ol NCIL
POCKET TIIEA1 RE
"PYGMALION"
Satnrday 191h: Monday 21st: Tuetday 22nd:
Wednesday 23rd May at 9.30 p.m
AU seals reserved: 11
Tickets obtainable at the British Council.
'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
:.
We adviso anyone to let John M. Blsdon conduct their
auction -sale. We are more than pleased with the prices
be obtained for our furniture and we had our cheque
within 48 hours with only a lO^r charge."
A.UCTIOX
wllh
John iff. tiiattnn
A.F.S, F.V.A.
Plantation! Building


SUNDAY. MAY 1.1. 1951
SUNDAY \i>vn \n
PACE rHIB 11 i -
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B.B.C. Radio Programmes C*eka BSdm
tr u.:*:. 7 < 4 w. TW M. .
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It! :

Dutch Spy
bOUt, May 10.
I 'tyttiI to-
day released Duiih iiuMnnsmar
Johanna* Lnmwi who wan wv-
tcneed to 11 ynr< hard labour fur
alleged esrdonagr in M.iirh. 1050
He waa expel leu f-om Cxevtwwlo
vakia immediate!, on ilea*C.
A Sen''
here lo>d Imm/i tort Uuwt^
rt tease was the result of consUn'
discussions between the Czeci.
U.'veniment and Dutch Govern
menl ever since wmrnct wj:
pronounced.
-Neuter.
4 Dir. IN CRASH
MADRID. May 0
Four people were killed wheri
h military plane. flyln
hack to iu base at Leon from
Santiago De ComposlrUa. crashed
in ihe ppdnum Mountalnf In ihr
f I.U1EO
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9 II am CTcht Dmn. II IB ,i m Pro-
Tammr Poradr. II J6 a t-i l.n.i.,-
Cnoler. II 4ft a n Colonial Commentary,
it H.in Thr MMra, IS. 10 p m Nr
Anal\M*. 13.IS p m Clow n-.*n
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nn*allli. a 4ft p n Irlrriude. b St
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Britain, a IS p m IIlo
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\BU\ i-.....' \ -i-i.
TVBDAY. MAY It. WSI
10 pm 10 IS pm
10.1* p.m. 10M pm CanMwan Q
111* Met at SI M
Just Received
*'RESH STOCK
of .... n
DOBIE*S
FOl'R SQVARE
YK.LLOU' aV PL'RPLR
TOBACCO
202 40-! ima
C. CARLTON BROWNE
i ' Roeburk St.
Ulu.l.-.il.- A Rrl:
Dial 281.1
II Oruri-iat
Annual Dance
wmt.-tov-------------
The above picture shows a part of a largo ahipment of tht over incre.isinph popular MASSF.Y-
1IAKK1S Mod. 744 PD 6 Cyl.. 42 b.h.p. DIESEL Powered Wheel Traclr.rs recently landi
"ami Valley" from Glasgow along wit" Farm Implements. Tliear Tractors are also avallaMa wtth
Steel Wheels and or "Hall Track" equipment for use in ploughing. CJuite a numbai hava bain -dUt
to various Plantations throughout the Island and many can be Mail dally dOUUJ a rOOUy exiellenl
job tranaporting canes to Sugar Factories under nil types of weather eundl'.mns. Their perform-
ance has surpassed the expectations of their most sever* critics anil they are rendering aval
(action to their owners
The MASSEY-MARRIS Company is one ol the oldest established i
tural equipment ind have for many years enjoyed world wide pOpUlarlt)
l'i many planters in thin Island
This Tractor serves to conserve dollars uiu\ now replaces si mi hi
Tractors formerly of U.S. make and are ably taking care of the needs of
Also available for use with these MASSKY-HAltltlS Trai tors are Grass-cutters, farm man-
ure spreaders, artificial manure spreaders and rakes, all of Which are manufactured III Um U K F
nieiit such as grass loaders, side-delivery rakes and other agricultural and Dairy equipment is
available from Canada.
Deliveries of both Tractors and equipment are. in consequence of current worldwide situation,
becoming increasingly difficult and prices are also unavoidably Increasing, li is tharafora advia>
able to place orders now for your requirements with the Agents, COL'RTESY GARAGE, who will
give all necessary detail..- AIJVT________________________________________________________________________________
iron of Agricui-
id arc also well known
Diesel-powci< I Win
planter
FOR ELEGANT
DRESSES
SEE THE
BROADWAY DRESS SHOP
TEL. : 3S.i
I. BROAD STREET
Let Us Show You
the'5-STAR'car
IB
CONSUL
I lit- Hf.il at l.ttii-fii I'in l
-JOIN THE BARBADOS ASSOCIATION-
CHARLES Me ENEARNEY & CO. LTD.
MASSEY HARRIS WHEEL TRACTORS AM) FARM IMPLEMENTS IMIIM, \ FINE JR
wlalHyrVrV.
-*-'- ''^'.^**V^n.^'*',^-,*,^*,'r^<.^.^^.VX.O-y',*,V--'-V,*y'.'-',*,'---'-'. '.'.'.'.'.%:
a tuivniv niii
wiM be held under tha
patronage of
Mr A Mr. J II. HUklnMin
a| St. James' Comi
School, Hole*..-.%
WHH MONDAY. May I4Ui
3Hi |>i
Refreshments. Swc-ts. Snack
Bar, Pudding ami -
Ice Cream. Etc
Dancing from G pm
The Police Band ci.ndu.ie I
1 I C 'pi Ramon. \ k ( m
will be in attendance, by
hind permission of Colonel
.'tfihehn IV".....
St John the Baptist Vicar
age fund
AilmU.-lon :
AdulU 1 :o: I,.; !,. ,, ,u|
ML4J1ri
Tha
AMATEUR ATHLETIC
ASSOCIATION
OF BARBADOS
nn. ;t BAYS
eraa am. annanc
(under Iho 0is|.iikui.sIil.i
patronaio of
Bll Excellency lho Covcrnor
stir Alfred ** Ludy Savdge>
1
KENSINGTON OVAL
Whil. Monday May 14th
lltursday Ma* l7Ui
A .Saturday May 19th
beginning at 1 j |

*H TllltllJJN,; ( \, N|>
Hee Ken lariium, l.lmls.o
ll-'laah) Gordon. Caeil
I'hrlp-.. ||jrr> siiuii Mike
Tucker, The Hoad brotn-
ra. (....... inn Maroid
Archer. i\ui|et> Muni.,
tf-wln Hill. iiM.ii..-,,,..,, v
"rouien, ami Mruuj f
"'tiler male .l. <>cllta
ind Allilelea as well ai
"*""* Grarr ' uiiil.i i i..it( h
and Mlsa Eileen Kinc In
icllon al Ihr Historic Oval
teo Oi s> rUQl OF ADM|smo\
0 BtRCASUN TICKETS
B Krnalniton JtUnd $2 Ifi
ij George Challenor $1.08
| iiaily ncKrn
1 Kemtinston Stand . SI.00
il Georr Challenor 3ZC,
([ Ciieovrrrd Seata 4gc^
tj Grounds ja-*
j Season Tickets on Sale daily
9 V. th- c,vlc- Swan & High
K Street,
HOW TO END
DOMESTIC
FRICTION
Of rmr-w she's always
borrowing il for the houte and
maybe she dan forgri m put
It back in the loobhcd
hut when one oil doe* *a
many jobs so well
j.hi iI find life
run* much more
unonthly OS rtvd

HAN'DV OIL.
ESSO.SEKYES
AGRiClLTIRE
ROYAL CROWN DERBY
One of Ihe World's Foremost
BONE CHINAS
Obtainable only al
LOUS L. BVYLE\
JEWEUERS OF
Bollon Lane and Aquatic Club
. t *#'#-;. vmo.v.'.'
Factory >i walrus
T.rke |ah <.p|Mi. I unity nf '.lojiinini; ynur requircnienl*
IN
GALVANISED & STEAM PIPE
ranging train '4" upwards
MILD STEEL
Flat:*. Rounds. Squares in nil Sizes
BOLTS & NUTS-All Sim
FILTER CLOTH White Cotton Twill
Al PRICES lhat cannot be rrprnlod.
lift lIlRfJTiIT T
FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT
MFLBA HAl'CB
M WfHI CIRITNEV
< T ONIONS
MONC1
oLrvttH
t lonan s
II tVOMARHRC
(.Ol III N AKKOU HI M

in Tiro /.oiWr .''A(/'s.
"Cotton Candy" "Star Bright
N., othai X.iil PolW to your
NaUaaaCirtn ItoNaw rum. hkm.imm i
nor t.i vot 1 TlFtjl. .vii).
The Hrrld*. inmM pooulir N^ll p..I. I,
Booker's *-dos, Drug Stores Ltd.
hroaii RrTMLsTt m i'ii t I'iimimwv fJUMWOSl


PACI fOVRTEEN
51 NDA1 iDVOCATS
SUNDAY, MAY 13. 1951
Qaribbean Commission 36 N.C.O's
Ends Successful Meeting Camp At
Gun Hill
SIR (iKOKGE SEEL, Comptroller for Development
e in the Waal indies and British Co-Chairman
mtoriotl and other member
id ntiafectlon with the atj
xchieh the pi : the Twelfth Meeting had been m
: icted,
Tlw Meetin [
House
i mod. the M i
thai the nur- opportunity to serve
i-css of Ihr mtvliug Ml that Mi work
; the |.L.O fend u i Caribbean
O mmlsstori snablad him a few
wm k-' real ri.*n:
' p
pie nreaehte ol Mr. Bustarnante, ht
the iK'KKfil l<> Withdraw the W"MI
. Mvetoui (laufhterj
iiinj the <_-,.
week Barbsd.* Rum
Si. Genres nisi) expressed Mr Bushiiiiumt- uld thai he
i... we* Mttlng there so kMlf thai
when hi raturned
i i i get be ibU to
meeting he had nil people. Wbi '" lbc ""
peed, most of all he m I
sccuraey i the dos rum be
5oolhin effect on liim. and the
I thanked the gecretaw morr mm he drank, the mora "'" '' " *hen the Aivorate
lio.lt. I '
responsible if anything went Relerring to the Ouurmuuhlp ol '''; ; [}' '''vns to nap and tl*
n the Secretariat, but sir George s**l, he compliment- '''',:' ''
nateb everything hsd ed him on the manner in whirr. Horn ihe hill you can see the
U an.i th-t anu he had conducted the meeting. "easanl pasture land below nn.
tribute to turn lie then He si.l.l th:it the meeting had the seaoround the inland tn tOTM
1 In an atmosphere of P"- The" " mans tree-. abtK
1,itniiv--ih.n em not In^^5*mp ,Co " everything
- ihe caac When he Ant was
12 from
ach of the three schools. Comber-
mkc >nd Lorim
ng ,i weekend
H Th

ton under
't s \| i Bros
The r)
..I fliei
went io
evening; an
Ihu evening
id N COM
i rum Ihe
1 nl staff.
On the cUHj nr Gun H
-.Id brl
who i
Ife thought thnf they r
itulate Ihenueli
month
'
ouiol
Lecturer
pointed on tin- i' i
Commission he rnther felt Him
vsaresr., r^sns
life is much u part of Ihe s. Itli
iind trary, thai it was
had muler his feet
con pletel
reported the discussions. He foil for the smooth running of the 'choo NC O'Twho"^''^^.^
' Cnferem-e. he had itiucciallv to '.. ^~52 Wh_arp. ,|Uftrier1
they do I 0* .seetn ai snug as |he
Barbadian! on Ihe back but he ihunk sir George and be mted
I
WOUld wish hUn to BBS
"merits of the
Internal shown
U.S. Co- :
ould Like
. resolution <'<* thanki
" In Ihe old .i ,i
quartan Before nm be put up In the more comfortable
quarters which iire now taken
over by the Police and so are no
longer -v..
One thing though thai there
cannot be anj wrmpialnti aboui
h<, i- ..
and good Ripply of food
that Sir George had
very -.odlning effect on him
Sir George Seel thanked Mr.
nustamunte for his remarks He
1 doubt a to whether
could dlfterentJ
Ush Co-Chainnan and
bottle of Barbados rum (laugh
'.EV Cramer. .
' i S.....BSA"8J B -"
'- btball of lb. ,talf f,- th.-ii n lurei.
& ^S.*SSi2SS! "S5S' *i *"* "' PPreclU> Ml About no..,, yecrd.j Ihe
Chain un ^a Suw I, clli" ,,houh.1 !h"' ,hp m" "' s > ""<"t the boys.
S^ eSroVlhin.TlhSSh fonuntal, wen- entirely ,,!,. suan Alt.-,,,,.,, |- :,.l RiyinK
? -n^'e^enl- SS-f B "? '""" ".......-...... g
iorrn.;;;: : ICr.,,',,,"""- n-*to* _______!"*,*-""""" "',I","' """'
with Which they had ndded tc
their (the Contmiialonera') en-
joyineri! and stimulating their
endeavour*.
He said that they all
I especially during the
y or two particularly,
hid another i hap
n r In constructive an<
: tcrnational pi
evldmeed at the meeting
Ihe Intangible
elements of goodwill develop
more tangible valus*. tat it than
the thinjpj that were factual and
precise .a the moment.
He was sure that they wouM
take back with them
fueling >if co-operation as a re
suit of ii i ha would
like In associate the Amen,
delegation with the remarks .1 ""l*:"-"" achievements already
ll.l Individual co-opera- ""tained within the plan in Mai-
lion i.r the Becreton and ins unique end Guadeloupe are the
staff which had been go abb ex- fomntouon "r two large alrfleldi
(iv the Chain !*i,,k.h ""'" ";H,|,,;' '" internatnwial
air transport: the extensive road
conatnietton programmes which
Co- arc undertaken; the enlargement TWO hundred and nlnel) -
.airmen expres, of the harhour of fort da 1 rived at Baread
loraed lhe_re- and the osenlng of a modern re- yeaierdJy by the luxury line
Ayreemenl
The French and Dutch
Ten Year Plan Benefited
French West Indies
Says Laelhem
Mi i; a Van LMtfatovSacnUry of the French Embuiy In
Wnshiniilon in charge of overseas lerrilories, nnrl a memli.,
if Ihe French Section ol the Caribbean Commissinn. told
the Advucate yesterday that Martinique. Guadeloupe anil
trench Guiana had benefited just as well as Ihe other OVtf
an lerrilories of France (rom Ihe ten vejr ,le\el,,pment
Dlan which was formulated after the war.
H Hid that some of the most ,t.rt..k,,,,: in ntmmon of ..t
f '.' r, the "-
provemenls nf Ihe so.,..!
Monomlc .,.,tiiis i thfl |
l.itions of tli, ......,
Luxury Liners Cull

1 ide bj ^ti Qeorge Seel wareh cenVe In Guadeloupe with
and Ml Canaday. I branch in Martinique.
Mr. 0 II thai In French Guiana 'in- ....
neither i nte nor he 'he main effort ii.e been devoted
had had the opportunity ol '" the Impiovement of living con-
thanking the British Co.Chairman oJUOnj In Cayenne and the main
for his kind words of wr1rmr> entres along the coast; construe
and would like to take tin- op- """ "' unprovement to the water
portunlty Of Hying how grateful *!lf,,uuJUo" *y*l9m- the enlarge-
thcy ware for what he had said.
He od that the* WOuld do
efUl mem
, i .. .,|, i\ was
l> an human. but nil
opportunity to welcOB I
both band
GolUto arid Gawogne. Some in;:
' .....I..V.:.";,:.':,^r......
J'Mlev line, sail.d in lioni Soul!,
uinpton wlnle Die Gascocnr came
from British Guiana via Grenada.
Both ships left port |
The flalflto went on to Tl
and the Gaseogne was bound i,,r
Held of health England.
Messrs. Wilkinson anil HayiK
Co.. Lid. aie the <;olMU'> ageu'S
and the G-itwocue
Messrs R. M Jones and Co.. Lid
mi m of the pdwei plant ;,n,l
1. In the Held of health
where the Pasteur Institute ha.
Mccessfully undertaken the fight
ijiainst malaria This <
disappeared from Cay-
enne itself, and a campaign is
proKie^in,. ,m faclorflj In the
' a othei main unties
waa welcomed by the Chal
because of the eonuibuUon he
WOUld be alile to mn,\.
olonlal R npln
himself rather thought that h-
ihould have been erateful for the
uppertiinity ti learn what he
Triiffir llo's
No. 2
JOIN THE
BAKRAims
AUTOMOBILE
ASSOCIATION
Bj h Ide available hy
l.
i \N MIX IIRV
Saftr Molorlni;.
After The War
Aftei | lie war. Mr. Van Lae-
lhem said that the three lerrilor-
ies acquired Ihe status of (he
departments of ihe French Re-
publlc ind Uwrefore enjoyed the
leme rights el other departments
>t metropoUtan France and had a
similar system of administration
They sent Deputies and Sena-
tors lo the French Legislative
Assemblies and French Guiina
has one of its sons, Mr. Gaston
Monnerville, a negro, as the
ol the French Senate
which is now called the Council
of the Republic.
The French Government is
very keen lo collaborate extcn-
sivelv with ihe Caribbean Com
mission, he said, as It is conscious
that Ons International Organisa-
tion if able to afford valuable
occasions for an interchange of
technical knowledge and the'
The Weather
TO DAY
Sun it he*: 5.40 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.13 p.m.
(First Quarter)
It.
May
i Ll.im, 7.0* p.m.
High Waler: 109 a.m.
10 14 p.m.
YF.STEKDAY
Rainfall (Cvdringlon) 0U
u.
ToUl for Month lo Yester-
day 2R In.
Temperature (Min i 7b.O I
Wind I nr.-i in.n <9 ., m t .
(II ami I) St.
Wind Vrleelly 9 mUes per
hour.
Barometer (9 ami 29 93*!
(11 a.m.) 29.921
They'll Do It Every Time
'4%L ABOUT VO'JR PETITION FOR R4RT-TIME
/ GUARDS AT TWE SCHOOL CROSSiNGS-WE,
P4SSEDITON TO THE PLANNING 80ARC?
j^A'.OSG WTrl Trie THOUSAND SIGNATURES
, SA'.'E-TrlEy SUGGEST VO0
[ PRESENT >OUR PETITION TO 00R
_^ EF OF POLICE"
,, Htwi P"
^ ;R0C jf.F(WT;
ViTjnvrJiiAU1
By Jimmy Hatlo
THAT PETITION'S
BEEN MORE a^CES
TVWN i-MRCO POU^S
SUITCASE - j
VMTCiJtNG A BEEF
BY THE ClTlZErJRV
GET KlC ONTIL IT GETS LOST-
C/ GUIDES FAIR
' ad>
Savage
will be held at
TIM DRIM, HAM.
On S.ilurda>. > id June.
1951. r.'im 3 lo 10 p.m.
Adm naaa /.
Children jnd S.r-r. T(
He uIb and Oaktes bj
ui.iform
IF YOU HAD
YOUR LIFE
TO LIVE
OVER....
HisGruiul Dance
Al TIIK UNITF.U HOC-IAl, C|.(-P
Marrhlielii. SI Iha,,.
' lent liy Ui. Matniy.-m.iii.
On Hal) H-.i ., NUhl 1KI mi. May
I.I M> V- h-l i tun 1/S
MUSIC- by Mr. C Orebeat n. n- -"'
Brl ** on lale. ii. In.


A Grund Dadce
'-' v.*.
BL '"......H KpMble hi.__
f""B Allama and n<\ Bhv
Cardinal.
NOTICE
Effective May 5th
CANADA
DRY
prices will be as
follows
CANADA DRV (IINCKI!
MS
I'tr llnlllr 7.
CANADA DKY SI'AKK
I.INi; WATKH
IVr II,.III. h.
CANADA DKV
OKANT.R
P.'r Bolll.. .................. 7C
CANADA DRV
IJIININK
IVr Bolllc ................. 12c.
QUALITY
IS NOT
EXPENSIVE
INTERCOLONIAL
FOOTBALL
JAMAICA vs
BARBADOS
JAMAICA TRAM ARRIVES
May lit for tour until May ;i"
May 21 T*. COLTB XI
Msy tt V". CARLTON
May 24 V. COLONY
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May 28 V SPARTAN
May 20 vs. COLONY
ADMISSION: Kemlngjton and
Oenrgc ChaUenor Stands 2/-
per natch.
UNCOVERED STANDS 1/-
pr match.
GROUNDS Cd. p*r match.
Season ticket! for admi*-ion
to Kenalnston and Ocorgi-
Challrnor Sttnd< *2 00 each.
O S. COM'IN-
i B.A.r.A
T1IKRK PROBABLY are many things y | Any motorist who has been involved in a
fatal or serious accident will aRreo on this. One thing
'( i an deierillUu nowit's bettet to Im- sjfe than
DiTj I'unipleii- protection from claims, aceidentB.
fire and theft is the smallest cost of driving. Our
Lloyd's "II.P." Policy proves this.
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THE BARBADOS MUTUAL
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
TV*KNTY-SrXOND QUINQUENNIAL
INVESTIGATION \Mi DIVISION OF PR0FTT8
NOTICE is herebj iiven that an Extraordinary
Oenertl Meetini; of the abovenamed Society will
be held ut the Society's Oflict. Bockwith Place,
Bridgetown, at 2 o'clock p.m. on Wwlncstluv. :t()ih
May. 1951, for the puroose of:
1 Receivim- and considering the Actu.iry's
Report on the working of the Society for
the live years ended altl December, 1950,
2. Declaring the rate of Compound Rever-
sionary Bonus to be apportioned to ihe
PoUotea entitled therctc.
3. Declaring the rate of Interim Bonus for
the period 1st January, 1951 to 31st Decem-
ber, 1955.
4. Considering recommendation of the Board
nf Directors that a sum not exceeding
L 2,500 be granted as a gratuity to the
Staff of the Society.
Copies of the Actuary's Report may be ob-
tained on application at the Society's Oflicc on or
about 21st instant.
By order of the Directors,
C. K BROWNE,
Secretary.
Beckwlth Place,
Bridgetown,
Kith May. 1951.
/ Can See...
;i EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING
Prince Wm. Henry Street
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^k beginning to feel your age, start taking M
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SKIN TONIC.
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COMPLEXION MILK
SKIN SOAP
FACE CREAM.
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RATH POWDER.
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Colorcretc Cement
YELLOW in 375 lh. Drums
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