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PARE FIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE HI DM slt\Y MAY 3, l51 SPARTAN HOLD JAMAICA TO 3—3 DRAW Governor Presents Football Trophies THE JAMAICA lootball team concluded their '.our willi a match against Spartan which ended in a U draw at Kensington Ova) yesterday afternoon. The large d saw Spartan, this year's winner FIi (.ihi-i mm ni AskeiS To iii\e More Time have more time. He was appealing to the Gov•n m<>nt u. aee thai every opporitlve CornaiHtei M uW have mmnl I was given the people to 3. i95i. under ihr provisions of ei have to extend rfMa I rMd the a. %  (km 0* n There were some people wh. ran -wp m P from resisiennit \. ,. issi. had not yet B o! In tou.h win. V.m I wjnt io reilir CHiinlM (L) who took Ihe i-nl-lnlng officer through **"• ,d %  "** %  • nrtttake. i F" correct tha* . ihe iniii'i lads "f the resolution, while, I* worth while r< ld but only a maii'-i Ol :". he said. %  %  Mr. VYHkinaen (E> laid that it H was Etrasffl • %  h cn making a tac very stupid advertisement which %  j"'.irci! in QM I d m I the Or ,l0 nmiituUU-a the 1 and well earned victory and hoped and Lady Savage for the keen 'Out in the near future th\ would they had tiken in Ihe be able to mvlte a team from He alto thanked tbe Barbados to play against Jamaica for presenting t h *• The Governor said that the Cophlai Jamaica team 11. aid that the MM! Ol trie vcrv much. He wished thesn Jamaica football team was a new Cod Speed" on shell Bted in the history of local Jamaica and "Good Football. n lif en called for three cheers foi a team from that colony had the visitors. visited the*e shore* and thev i thank Mr. O. S Coppui The Game Sccrctar> Ol the ll.A.i'.A ho, In the game betwee Thr.mtft) his efto Mlret at centra possible. He said that Mr. Coppln lorward roi Jam 'ITheoihi', Which the sporting pi Cooper, their regular goa ivho was playing at inside right. from people in different districts "It is not true", he sa %  that they had not received their were net registered en Form "A". kl Others who there was no person that Bfved them complained prevent him from registering or thdt they had not seen the Hi']• %  <-, IV trtcl reghtterlng officer again to He was throwing (Mil hand there In ticn to the Oovcrnment to extern' He hoped that the Governthe period lor raglataring on Form Ihe dMriCV "A" to another 15 days. Uteri registering Eneei ma no hard and fast rule, he tbe PStume possible in the next \hich said that the period fo registering on Form A" must Mr. Mottle* < Mid that it elnw hy the end of M;.-. Mi. Altder (LI said that from th,. kec inning, when th. ere levaU%  nment The pecI %  !,. were not co-operating, and s> '.in rOBjMnttOn of voters was not going on as easily as wag expect d. in spite ol the critkeums, t BUD, the deparlmeiit respunnhle had net tried to correct those errors. He suggested that the "MobiI-| Cinema" and the Pres should! have been pressed into service W liiupagati the scheme in the' couBtrv district! "Th#> schemej needed more propaganda." he. aid. Too many people are unwilling to become registered." He felt that the time should be Id. txtended to 15 or 30 days to be I. that, through their short• ightedness. people were not prc.cnled from exercising the vote. Glands Made Young -Vigour Renewed Without Operation pMOb rilrnvm whU-h i-l.. %  n,#ni in i1 Txwtnr Al—.l-il. "till *•** tn (Bkr. bBt lh^ i %  j.. . i fill inilfonritT kno '<> nrnn and vital oriani. WiHtdn*w. 1 ind mark* .>fd-' nn *rr anil t" I n.w k %  !> p--Wrr an.I B en aland • and ft. n ImlTi.van si ti .I thai BMftlnr. T.^W r n %  tor-r. caTl-.! VI <> irm.lrMl ll haa l---n .• i i Oi.>ii-Bii.|-andlariowvn. ..I.at all ili-nindtrO't llTAlia from n.ur I • %  la) today. Put II hla Imwovcnirni tn Jl hour*. Tna* th* lull boil • day-, iintl-i Ih* poaltlvo i i hat It '" I ||] ,.i„l l... I* yaara younger or mun'y In-1 i-turn -J nnity |ta< kao >U littl*. aad th^ -uar prr.ta.ti Vi-Tabs aia.aaaal aioal Vltmlltv to knrw each other letter. To the Jamah leesn Mi Fo*irr said, "Oentlemen Jamaica, by your you have made HI reel thel in!% I sve you apptt i k< l company but that we have mad a Friendship.'' He regret:ed The Derrn Will be Run Today portsmansl-.i (Infflth. right left mingei %  %  %  red by Gittens. left half, nicer end Bnyco able •\r-c only Held ten men at the hem -,l the game, took the Jamaica dnggnded tl>.northern ituil Their regular goalie Cooper played at Inside right while Footi\ the youngster of the team, was bet w een sne |M*a. When the game was only minutes old UU VhttUSni ...re. Mn-et. their leccived a short ptM frtmi C' tbe nets. Inspired by their OpetMl El • 1$ ni.iir,. icam snint Uuo Uie aitr/k. The gni%)e. which started a htt alow, brightened. So>n after Mlret received i thnninti pas I from Skipper Mill.-, at centie 'If. Mo took a 0M time shot bu' UM ball iravelled inches the left post. Jamaica bore down Oil the Spaitan goal area and centred beautifully. Mlret headed goal ward, but the IM*I1 went over the BRM bar. Spartan had a ^--^1 opportunity t i equalise when Cammi'-' Smith, their centre forward, took **' a hard shot which struck full back Excel and rcbmnid'vi to right ednsjjB) Chase Chase had opu foot! to lj--;.l bUt punched aw i..11 wide < %  tingoal. OB tne left wing foi B „, -n IMI There are 44 final UNrHrcK b i Dvrby which iii i ;* '"' worth £22.935 and will be the a BAatscosUX b Ichest in the history of the raee. Cord-wi .rapt A. u It will also be the most valuable u S r L w ^ c I n JF\*J l \ tt classic racj ever decided in Great i3J£r3Pc Britain. The valu P to th* winne•rill be 119.486 s-t. Od : is tc be run at Epsom to-day i.ver the traditional ntHe and e half course. -.,„ Acceptances are:— •' '' % %  > %  ll ANAUNtsrrKS, b c. by Ha..ull-I upened —Anns or Bass* iM P 1 eontrc r 1 "'' I i ABf-oT h i, i.v Pfaarea v.i Virgls 'Mi. V blenhrtsri n Coilmf i c rnmti %  VIICIH PSUMCf ii • bv Printd H<>*'d "< Waldrn> hy SlrMt* ^: %  0 Pi*i Hooatatenl I' Kvm. M ttm COMPASS ch r. h> n-.i — n cidin* ettf Sporls Window i an vni \ iooTBti.1. nASRBlltAI.I. i*iri4 Dl iii-.it. *....i.d..t *-a^ MaSfia II.*h >.S...i .i Huh Hrhaal a...U-. Sir* HarkaSat R-tlaiiat .. .1 ii4inf" (lli. ria* I ll SYBILS NEPHEW, b way or MMBybl %  %  — Utitordi .J J.-ti. F. IJfrrcrT. il TITIAN, b t. by iiiil'i >Lti r| i Srltoiti iP#iac TI ion ll b f by FiaM.KB r.. La Rot'Mr W H.—l—irt'Boyd... (.' %  'i j % %  ,_ roi TURKS KlXIANCr ,j HaandnuvTurth... *• • *aausa r wu.. by Biummt l*t.r BorobalU 'Maji I v. %  .. Metirnlhi (,.| a n* "•'" Grenada Wins GttENADA, M..v 29 Orenadi "P" 1 "" 1 games In the Windwards tournament thin afternoon. U>w I>PM.olni Nmr.t,, C>>rtair>ala .Mr G i r a ast t i Ihf KXVI1.I.E MEDFOBP 8prt*n Mcippi'i. rufivln,. tue Fimt Dl vision Cup fiam the Oovsrnor (right). ihelt gay are such a short one bul hoped 'bey had enioywl It. %  e .id ih.it uniortanately theshad many Injuries but HI splta %  >' A1 thls U g l spartan got their mishaps they played really gootl uthcr uUlvl r J..,„i TttdOT came On footU-ill. They fuiiRht back gal. xhp fU w umV wl lU ,„ cC ntri! Jantly and allhough they lost the -^^A position 1 Rtftb. r th. Ii boll control and posi, l>nm Piircimient. tioti.il play was above that or then l( ri hil jf Wi opponents. llnvlnR regards to iifr hD ^^ goodwill, rt. he can truly say thai Jamaica got their second goal shortly afterward*. Mlret ( ; %  llajo. Pbrte. neat "— " c *" l ''" ll Mwlfor< 'U 11 ,uM the local champions . %  N BsU* Mn rxprniTioL'p Uhv lliitty 'Mr. FAST ANCHItB. -h c b> Prrcipila ... i.. ... %  -, II Ol DM rAUX PAS. br c. by W<-uyri lain H Filter. U. l>w I rRAisr. DO BOta it be, >>y BnJ ILm-wl Sunar HUK .Tlw Asa Kh..n • H WII C, nminit. 1 Kl SUNG, br .. by .n1 '* 08 *" t'l.lcr l.iiy-iMr l^ynm >M. Bsorgi KIN<: (ABHINAl. b B. hy F*** !" !" ZI MODERN HIGH WINS lc V *" '" Hod Hth School defeated Harrison College 18 in theU I'iisk.tball name on Moni-.'I "is is HIP I^.inlalnf ll iM. It ii Bt" %  nana. ':,.": UALgKZ'Pin 1049. OfvUton and (mnnui-t. ... ...< Second In 1950. Again Notre Dame !" were victorious and this year they m,rct pHyed in the First Division and Jam .. Ihe open goal. At half tune Uie t%S^ |0 l S|g v.silor, wee Mill two gWll I* th. '""'""•^ W dthe.h tf d^^ |ter receiving a lornnearly won that trophy. P" 'rom McLeat. With only Mr Ally SaSSO, Manager of thCosle. to heat, he shot lard ml. Jamaica icnm, en behalf of the. tho left corner ot the IK Kingston CrtcVet Clob, thanked Sporlan then got their flrsi RI^H the UAFA. Tor arrangin| each Qlttarat, their leit half, took a V abk IOUT." lon B shot which passed ovei th d that their s.t i* In the head •>' Fooie and mto the new island would noi pe easit> lorRotFollowing mis g*x>\ the pace o' trn. The hospitality shown in the name increased Saniuc' paatiadBs wlU remain forcvor with QriftVh on the riahi wing foi them. The ood portsmansht;i Spartan in place ol %  1 .-. s "r"' for which ihr West Indies was (rio seronrt ROIII He fOOBlVee % %  noted, s*..-upheld b) Barbedoi ]t ^... from uhmael and t'H.k %  % %  Even thouKh Ihe nvalij was keen .,, m( Rnn |. The hall IgBbi ol no tune did It lark food will. n^veH^ over F<"te s head and He hoiwd that the time was not h|lo Ihp neU I1T ofT when n West Indian footSpartan nearly equalised when b^ll Association w^l' 1 l r ,, ;J ,,T Sl, t : Tt.dm cent.e.l from in idl based along the lines of ihi srost .,,. lll((|l goyce, the Spartan lefi Indies Cricket Board of Contr. i goalwerdl but W %  irner was taken out nottl lultM Cooper now changed i i .,. %  m sou lellh Wdtt wt-played ai centrefoi s ard A few seconds before Refaraj i, f Spartan at eag the equaliser. II %  into the hm cornet ol Uii nel The lean Jamaica: poote Hi Lean fcwi I Miller Parchmont, Hal|. M '.-i Berrj and Heron, Spartan: Cosier BOWOfl sledlord Cat Ishri > %  I pjoyi i TudOl • ll lIAth, Smith Mi AS-. Kl ; BOI i iit. i uithndoN ilomc l %  W i i I MVsrF.HV IX. traai rord .Mm* PalBM*. (.13 NKMOM. b • I.**-.*) .nr..m AS_Khan. H. Wraa(.11 NOHTU CAROIISA h c. Kitty Ha* Mr. ••. T. • Rryir> .Boyd-Hncmorn. alfl snritKtmilN. b i PrKoHty ' W P PhilHpi' U Vawgh'—T Lowr N. ,.llt M 1 yrl.'K HITlltN .'. i joHalkMI lll.lt .< % %  ra 'M ,&, (g Trallir o\ No. 14 M \KI -i kl MI \i KM I Vi:lllt'LI. is IN \ 111 fONDITION 1*0 m DSO ON Tilt ROAD. Spare made availsble br CANADA DftV for Kafrr Motorlur.. What's on Today Police oaaves — moo s.m 4 ourt nl Appeal—10.00 a.m. Merlins wf tbe Chamber of ( ommerce — "J.OO p..n. Mobile Cinema llvra show at HhrewsbOry Srhaol yard. M I'hlllp. at 7 30 p.m CINEMAS i.iab> UMaS OMaat* — i — < •"w %  %  ARK roe leswawc foif rut: / ATHI.KTU: mmro To avoid ITIII-.-UI ,i pains and to krrp u P year stride Vott should rub down with !i\i:mnii. THE CiRKAT PAINKII.I.ER on sale a*. KMi.ll is DRlfi 8TOHEH i RTPTOUI orr Ms. ts i nil. Ml THUS IIZ E KHVKS N" H/ ypK wtvo. csw XKRR HZ m-HKTHIl QHT J. A. 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WEDNESDAY M \v !. ISA B VRRAIW1S \n\IK \TI i'-... i rimEr S.P.G. Envoy Due June 20 %  M. Ho U OH I MbaU of the Society for the i*'l on th* .-ceaaion of Us ZSOth Mrthdjy. and will be carrying a copy of 111 on June 16th 1701. and a replica of the ship In whirl fl„t musionary sailed in 1702. Bishop Howe Browne was commissioned in St Martin-in-th*-PlaMa, London. In April, together with Ova otner bishops who are eoinc to places where the Society workuia tsasasop Browne will arrive in I The Society (Or the P f ttm (;,.-|>-i h.. *orkM in the West Indies UIIT In 1701. A:. 1710 th< < rited the amlah had lieon ucqurnlhed to tencral Chytatopher Cod* rlnfjton, OovarWaT of the Leeward PlTl of '.he income frorn l used to establish Codrinfitofi College trhfc noble record of neiirly two and R nturiag of work IN the bean. %  was for •cine yean vicar in London before appointed Lord Blsbofi 4 Bloemtuiitcin in 193.'i ontecrated in S drat. Cape Town, Ha I from ins dtoceae. In ii spouse to the %  nig greeting?, bom lha Society, deputation! of nationals will come in England and will he • lrorr.isrioned al Cantarbury Cathedral on 3eptautbar iiih to conduct l (ndlei "'lit iEdmondson of Jnmui'a Oiisiu of SIM. %  Bray, Rector of Sheldon .:. Warwas sent by the Bishi p of London to investigate repeated appeals for spiritual help mam thi Am. 'lines. On hll return Brav appealed direct to William 111 a/no on June HHh 1701 rjante., ., Royal Charter to the See* Propagation of the I prtt to aand an orthodox clergy to -ho PI ,.nd Factories (trading pa sftsi t" belonging 10 OUT Kinjcdom of England" thus new Men forward in cure of backward peoples. The Href mi"' l Ainerna in 1702. Work begun about the *amr lime in Canada and the West Indies. Work ben 17.12. Since the* wot k done III Australia. New Zealand China, Japan, India, Ma Borneo. Burmn Slnwwvrc. R thua the oldest mi**ioniry-$ending organ %  church of and haencircled the world. Nine Cane Fire* Foster Workers* Case \-:..III .1 I SycMfll Disinissefl A case which waabrougM by the poliocharging Oolboi lord of Clapham. Brim.:!Hill, with riding the bicycle x-2730 on January 30 In I negligent manner along UalKeith R yesterday dismissed wUti %  idlae by a city Pofi<. M irate. The prosecution brought two witnesses hut each Of U 1 dBffarant account of what toon place. One of th>m eOttM not rannmbar the data of lha offenci but was sure that it was the defendant who was riding tht bicycle X-2730. Sgt. Forde attached to the Traffic Branch at Cant) prosecuted for the Police. Cccuiretl Monday rane fires occurred on re acres of canes were burnt. Ncarh .di M the WUHU I'lintation. CsVM •ix acres of ll nurnt. Thev are l-erty of G. Evtlvn. Seven acres of second crop ripe canes were burnt at Harrow St. Philip. They belong to D S. Payne of the same phuitatlon. A quantity of ripe cane* were burnat Wiltshire Plantation, St. Philip. A Are at Windsor Plantation. St. George, burnt eight and a half acres of first crop ripe canes. They are the property of O. ! P Six and .1 half acn crop ripe canes and thu. B ratoom were burnt at rr.r. IM K iim Plantation. Christ Church. These belong to G. M, Drayton. In the Leeward part of the Bra al Spring Vale Plantation. St. Andrew, bfl a.res of second crop ripe canes, the proper!v of ,1 A. Haynev Another Ore at Joes River Plantation. St. Joseph, burnt flee acres ripe canes. This Bra extended 'o Frizers Plantation and burnt one acra el imnd crop ripe canon and five and a quarter fOung r a toon*.. They are the property of Joes River Ltd. • c week-end a fire nl ExchanKe. St. Thomaa, burnt seven fere* of second crop ripe cane*. "f A. II. Johnson. In all instance* iho am covered by insurtaca The m-joiiiy of tires that occurred so far during the present crop season *ere spread over thu %  I parishes. "That's where the lire bug gets into t. 1 who are causing these hres." & planter told the Adveeate yesterHa said that it would be foolish to .ouggest that all of these caused by carelessness nl people who threw cigarettes fron moving vehicles. "That is entirely out of the question." "In British Guiana and some of the other islands canes are garni 1 1 gc: rid of snakes which may Ong the trash. *. have m Barbados, so there is no need to burn canes." Latboirrers Make More He said that the managers. would OOl burn the canes purposely because ... not insured for the full value. We h. buTnl canes and a certain amount of insurance • In some cases if we do not make haste and grind the canes, ktTim ate. What benefit ^et from burning them" ." %  1.1 ip.ut froir, that, W( havg had .T splendid crop "I feel thai the labourers are 1 .. They are paid 7:i cent* per ton for cutting. lopping, cleaning and loading the in 1 tliink they §M a IM pel ton when they cut burnt canes. On the other hand ihoy I.IMno treat] to hamper their oil they gra able to load .anes. They make more a v working on bin although the work Is more dirty." Ht Mtd tl'at comtllg to the end on, when the trash ,s i-eginniiig to get thick, labourbe inclined to bun; < %  * 1 have stated a tageous to the labouronly way to stop cane f ur ther reduce the lawaga for cutting burnt canea so that the good Income is would not beIneenttve. bi paying them %  penny less, why no) pay them three-pence or fouiaae, H be said. Burnt to b*Rid of Travh Mr. C. da LeejUW Caupom of Plantation Sktldon. Corentyne, liritish Guiana, who rccently arrived in the island to %  pend % %  month's holiday, iold tho te that m B.G. they ruirn Recreation W D.C. rtea cied huge automobile fac' i*?ars hu na-ne because ware "too noisy" during a choir recital by a group of hi^ en.1 Perhaps hi* action was an eatreme example at hoar I I erican companies will go their workerhappy, but U was m kha beat Amm tradition of providing for employee*, their fin %  kende. Recreation programmes for workers were sUrtesl early in ihe lact century. SomeU.nes a group gathered after work and played any game they could agree upon. Sometime* wellrounded plans vs 1 gn--t manufacturerbVJ WestmKhouse who geca creat'on for workers In his elcctiu. I plant as far back as 1*80. Of thaM pruriiinai wenfor workers onh Mow more than 100 dilTerent aciiviu:ing from football and skiing to knir making, are arranged bv 30,000 companies, employee associations and labour unions, and others in the community TinWr-iinghouse Compen," for example, recently turned orer a 19-acre park to the eitv of Bast llttsburgh. A no was boil 1 in Buchanan, Michigan, with money donated by local potation m Foil Worth. Texas. %  performed witboul rharaMj for in loo peraona Children Nt Overlooked The Bi idgepoi in Ihe Stale of Cnnnccn • $33,000 to improve the efty*l armory so that it could be uaed for sporLs. When employees of the OanaraJ BacMe co:npanv in Providence. Rhoga island, could not find enougli opponents for thll team, thev s.up .^ty-wide league will; the help of the local Young Men's Wi.nitio,,. the owner of a lace factory, and other individunU and community groups. Children are not overlooked Many firms support yMingttcr*' baseball learns. Others -. in ,i ih. sens and daughters of workers U. summer camps, and manv comI lab unia children's parties at Chi time The belief lhat It's cood buslggg h) hnvr contented WOrkeni has full approval of Iks sOovernmant So much so that it recently released rtaajf) needed deft 1 % %  > all to buftd a new 5*00.000 community reangre In ML Airv. North Carolina. ., town of nnlv MM pot 1 FALSE ALARM CAPETOWN le dashed up to n's house to quell a Arc. only to find him burning leaves in the garden. Neighbour'; had given the alarm. The householder was presented with .1 tali for 110 the coal of turninj the lire engine out. "bug lo get rid aavy trash, in thu way 'he cullers ,nc able to get between thg cani-s more easily. Skcldon is .1 Hookers concern and Mr. 1 lor SuperHUM the lte> crop ood. The eery gnoi and may prove 10 be a record Kdhiug Schooner fatyi I ir^l \ Wi\ Thai KM schooner rtoreswe ghBanari aaak %  %  ice before going I %  The Florence Ewunurt MB I %  Captain Re' %  iio'i coming io Barbados before. During her t %  traded between Trinidad and Grtr.ada with p* has made trips to other Leeward %  Captain Roberts had I vated ialo a fishing schooner The ire so put in that-they can be used as hatches fc • .:, %  I l.ai-li. r I in 1 M-l long and I I of II feet. a %  %  %  ., frT: Barbados make a b %  foi thei Trinidad S 1 D. L. Job \\ ill Srx.O Months For Lunvm 1 i' with hai wag fggtageirj paeaed on IS-yaa eld labourer Noel KfnjJ 1 %  my. par of the 1 •dial King %  %  to 11 inonthi unpriaani IIIR slock feed. This was In IB4. Kfcag recatvad lha >ix month*' I w stealing lu property irf i>n<'o-t,, k i on May 13 about 4.58 1 'able 4SH < noticed him with the tun arrested him after ho could give axpfanetlon as to hd thus the waj will be denied %  W %  lar liberI'rogr amm a'*. % %  import aMP -err set up allowing (o ihlp to the B W I M %  1 .-\|...i;. -. of the !-48 period %  %  %  quota baaed on a %  %  •essential good! ihe go pea %  1 lured goods. Tl had 11 %  I ad that the\ '. %  %  the nw" to Indict ic 1 Kruler X CJP.J MORNSNGCOUGHS Placed On liond For Stealing 1 b) a City P< aid gull'y i %  % %  a ol Black Hoc* the defendant ( with the %  RHEUMATIC PAINS Her 9 it REAL re/faf . For real relief from rheumatic pains it is essential to correct thru cause. When they are 4ne lu thia 1 cumulation of bodily impanties It means that your kidneys which should Alter away these harmful impurities are sluggish and need a medicine tn tone then ID De Witfs Kutnry and BUMer Pills wr ..((•-u.illy prepared for Use pnr%  -..'. Thev sootke and ton* up diwicilerad kidneys so egeenedy that these vital orgaaa •pseduy retnrn to ihcii normal lanction of rlraiing, the ayatPSi of iinpuritw* I> Aw.ua Pels hav. been ^ olirvuig rbeumatK suSerers I in many panai of the world % with frost %  ucoBss. Thu fine mi-Tu me may be fust what you need. Go to your uat and obtain a ippry of DeWitt's Pills nght OUR GUARANTEE 11. Wrtt's (Mis are manufactured under strictly hygienic coodihona and the ingredients conform to rupd standards of onnty. DE WITT'S PILLS ll Mm t.i I i. iiwll In| %  -jilt tegatsi ts niiiasii] "tkad 'i nl npwl ni| 1.-1 ii)In .l'|>i'—*d, • Trnflli and ymi'r* % %  il'-rm* Ir.ifn o -.illinf-rr.bralsuf 1m IM: -.ii MM* lusl im rgy; i itii^ %  1 ,i .111 il rsfes %  BKKFAST TOXIC WIXE Fire /turns Shop Ami Canes A (Ire at Mjukei Mill. St 1. Mondag niht mmpleteiy deal royarl to Cknrwd n 13 address.. The fire extended t.. house and da .ii I kitflieo roof attached. It bi thi of Geuftland LbMotl ••' dwaei Rottom. s* Oem get 1* 1 sureu. t 1 ^0 hole* propertv of Mr cut r ( Jehovah J Skefdon'i executive itaff is made up of aoout \7 Ruropi 1 be factory turns OUl Ion b> 15" ton* Of d.'iy. depending on the type of 1 thai "i lie... i their poor soil, Ihey experiment with more v.uieties of canes than in Barbados where the soil richer. He Is accompanied by h 1 Sensational New Make-up : imittlatitirt anil /loirilfr Im one/ *^TMiis?l'^ IAI /ttio N EW! No' ke mke-up, not a greiy foundation! Anssl Face'' la loundatwn and powder all In one No wit nns-. PS " %  .' %  flnMrtlns. "An|il Far* son on easily ami -mootlily with • < fuaed Inlo "AnSrl lsee" mslie" stay wi mueM lonser than ordinary powder. AaS It'* nevsr SBTHsg. never treaty. NEW! Cant,pill! You'll sav Pond'i Ansel rare-' Is Ihe most ronesnient rnsfewssy JOU'v ever used — it can't -pill over handbas or clothe*. It's perfect ts us %  nvtlin.. snyxncrr vaitine Helps Mothers lo Breast-Feed their Babies



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I'M.I lill'R H .KH u>. -. \nvix \ri IUII\!-IH\. l\ BARWOSi e. i rrlnM W UM Aa.acmu p ADVDWE Wednesday, Mai i". 1951 TKIIM \l M IIOOI. DURING the twelfth RWttJng of the Caribbean Commission in Barbados last month it wu announced (hat a scheme had beer started whereby students from the area are to be trained ;it the Metrop ilit.in Technical School ii> Puerto Rico. Thnty students from various colonies will receive training thanks to funds supplied by the United Slates. The training syllabus includes electricity, engineering and other technical trades in which the student can be of use in the proposed industrial and agricultural development of the area. The need (or technical training in the West Indies cannot be over-emphasised. H I td been said by experts over and over a#afn that ihe absence of technically 1 mined | rsnnnel haj remained a severe hoadlcap t' the area. It has kept down the rateot Induttria] prosxess and] has retarded tin rise In living %  tandazda of local personnel as the best paid posts had to be filled by people from outside. The selection of students for Puerto Rico deipite the fact that the scheme h-U I %  R financed by United States fund.;, has been made in ill the colonies, British. French, Dutch and American, It has been arranged thai technical training will be available to each colony and a Committee sitting In this island during the last meeting of the Commission recommended "lh.it the Coramissii n request member governments to consider the expansion of their scholarship programmes for the Caribbean area with a view to making additional scholarships available to metropolitan universities and local insttutionsof university status for students of the The criticism has been made time and again against Bai bados that matters of tins kind requiring decisions of the Government to IM* taken before anything can be done, ire delayed unnecessarily, and often to the detriment of those whom it was intended to benefit. Hut while Barbados should lose no lime m %  yailtng itself of American genei"• % %  !> M offered at thTechnical School in Puerto Rico, the Government of this island should adopt a bold policy about technical education and build here in Barbados its own technical school to train hundreds of technicians which the whole Soulh Caribbean and Barbados so obviously needs. Moral Principles In Industry United States and in other nation* of the free world people rf-let.' Novarum. an Encyclical issued bv Pope Lo. XI11 on May 15. 1891 "On the Condition ot Labour." May was also the tweni %  vcrsry of an Encyclical tSSIMd hj Pope Pms XI, Quadraaenimo ttM Reconstruct! if Social Order." I There is much miaunclemtandi inn in the world about the function |j i tba Catholic Church aa a guide .1 ia justlj due him" Further, % %  % %  and nnnlovrr* should remember nM In Paliiraora that %  tnil (1 |.. w> cither hunun ->i %  -.. American tJiurch dlvm( permit UN was soon to daw < , ,. i :w .-.-i. Me* would soon be led by the bishwrt hpd ;, l(l ,,,1, ,.,„ action. The aecoi famous labour EnWith these questions beforv I (n nl tha first Encyclical. I'ttcr. issued by Fope Pa; XI I III rated lb* %  .ilici dOCtrUM thnt the i mht to hold property muni be dtstinpdaheel irons the rlatai to Ita free UM laaportant dutfvt hid to be tied to the right of piopcrty ownbelief* should be totally extraneous to religion. Tl ,)* S n . l H "".? '^"'t "K "' '" l,fl "'" m r "'* .**J ch „ m i" t *£ cwiTmiyr aSmimm o ulu.lrate why It la rot so by lk u, 0 ten !" „f jl, C.tho,,„, "„, ,. , !" x, Ukin. H an example he or ln ,„., „, ,„ alu ., s „|ating to labour. ,.,;.,, rM JJJJ ,„.,„ ,„, ex "' """. .X !" !?'"?} iSBST „VTr '"" %  '""" c "" cd lor "'•" ploi.tlon. It w>, empha-licd th.: rum: -On the Condition ol l.aand heami m e a ur e, or worxers; ^ €J | lb ..„, 1K ,,„, For mm, r-n U Europe and r .""= h "" %  %  ^ "^' ^ m ,-:-.i hy jel.l and eeonomlc ,MM I'nitPd Slntev there ha.l pumre*!. must be so distribute.1 beJi diiu^Sn, ,n CaSolic T. .Kl K„ Keen U. the emmon ,ond of all cles conccrnniK UM attitude which wnrkinamen should take toward labour organizations. These discussions involved political and economic questions, on the one h.nvl .md matters of faith and moral* on the other. I.IIK-I niiii: faith iind morals as they are related to the labour problem were raised by Catholics .ill over the world In tin Irimed Staler;, one of the moat active discussion* look place aiound the question of the altiBjda winch Jiould be taken towards the Knights of Labour, a Inbour organization which antedated the American Federation of Labour. The Knights of Labour tued to help tb.' Ani-man workingman at a time when industrial conditions were frequently imnior.dly oppressive. ••* would happen many times In the future. %  UBOOrt fr much of the good work of the Knights of Labour was found among both the Catholic laity and Uie hierarchy. Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore wu one of the strongest advocates of support for the Knights of Labour. When enemies, some of them within the Church, attacked the Knights of Labour, Cardinal Gibbons undertook to 1,raise its effort* to help the poor. Cardinal Gibbon!; even went so ir as to plead the cause of the esi.cnii.il righteousness of Ihc KniEbtOf Labour before the Holy Father Maurice J. Tbln has been 1'nlted HUtes Secretary of Labour itnre \usuot 191" He w.." formerly Governor of his native Stite of Ma**achuaeU* and ws* twice mayor of II" principal elt>. K..-.-..H In Uie* poltloni he i.i-itml man* laws to ilremthen the pitlon of workers and further industrial paaea. MBra he became Secretary or Labour the I nited State-. Coniress has en rlcd leslalatlon I.I-..H-. the minimum ae for Anirnun workers from 40 cenU >o 75 cents an hour, and It has broadened the social security laws to cover many t.l'J n -I workers. The lOOrelarv b a former member of an Independent labour union which he joined while employed by a New hnitlanil telephone company He alronslv believe* lh.it nio*l lahour-manaiement -H-IMII can be settled by frlendlt dbrusalons around a conference %  ,1.1. Mr. Tobln is 5 vearn old. He l married and has three children. . be tii-'refon/ promoted Tin |i regoing applies tn one of the Important 0O)0Ct V M of the Chureh: peace at home. Hut peace at home may be enjoyed fully only wher we are at peace as a nation. n iBar thM reaaon Hurt tin' Church has let ilwlf the duty of waging? peace amoni peoples as well as among The Church ir in favour oi \,< ... .. ,i iriii.il punciplr. nut || is fieceaaary t<> letorinuia whith threat e ned m Greaea .md Turkey The United States decided that it objective of peace could best be g dncd by aiding Turkey and ijii i ven through military asTod >v Turkey ami .., ... need from communism. Yugoslavia, once a dominant member of the communist international, 45 at least no longei CIVIC ACTION THE Barbados Civic Circle has been doing a fine job of work during the last twenty year-'. The preservation of such beauty as there is in Bridgetown) is dlM to the work of that body whose members have wooed the Legislature and parochial bodlea ror ajaUtanea, The Esplanade, the Fountain *n the Public Gardens, and even the Flowering shrubs around the entrance of the unsightly Public Market is due to their persistence. But the motto of Ihe Civic Circle is lo operate without attracting public notice, to get thing! done tactfully. Tins would be an excellent policy il eonditiOna waited I'll us but today despoilers of beauty are not co-opcraiive. They do not act tactfully The jertv-btiilders build anywhere, anyhow and any sthapc. The process of building along the western canst of the island is daily robbing that area of the beauty of the coastal scenery. Further building should be regulated ani restricted ao that the remaining beaut) ol this par' of the coast can be preserved tor and. The nv'tto of Ihe Civic Circle ia not enough. An a policy to win over Government rrtemba'ra of tnd all orgai .-attons is urgently needed. nf RUM) I and certainly u* not thane* f"i tamlly bfc "1*1 recrea threat to the peace of Europe. ition It condemned excessive The nWtston, Hi. I runian !> unw sort of decision which %  purpoaM th* US. was forced to make In Let it be clear that neither this Ki roe. Wt< wn.: into Korea to pro ROOM when some Encyclical, nor any other, invades teel the pe;ice, TO pro'-'cl a people other Catholics desired that this private COOOt n lC or political from interrational eommunis' naaoUation be condemited. In rigiils. aggression his be was Joined by all but two It docs not tell an employer OOW We in the United St rbtt ta*v if the American archbishops much to pay his emplovi-.s. not |be moral ti", d of knowing thn. These pleas of Cardinal Gibbons ,,.>, employee HOW mum we have not been Rullty of an and other like-minded members hi demand in wages from the emaggielive Bntti In Korea. Thi* of the College of Cardinals came plover. These are political end moral integrity must be retained, before 1'ope l-eo XIII and were I.HIIIIPIH (lie !..i.. which must be fOt Ihl N WlttM II it -'He Godless. c ..u-.nt.it'i by Um for many year*, decided elsewhere. The ,idvocnc> of aggressive war me United States. TtlUfl, altnough the Letter of is 1, crime against God and man many lnl.iut-niitidivi pfleo t l % %  %  I'ope Leo XIII myi 'lie lowest Ji |g ., crlma •>. itBJt God because carrrlna •* thell eOOO Work AW 1 be made equal wiUi the e trieto take from Him the deci1 ihop [roland, of St Paul In UN bJata % %  it make* u etaai thai alon over human life. It is a erina st lie ot Mmneaota, In 1H89 told n "amonk the most important dUttae ugamst man, ls-cause it de.lroys meeting of the first American Cathnf emtdovers. the prlttclpa] OtW II his moral fibre Death Plot Boy* Set A Nation Arguing CAN YOU IMAGINE I HIS HAPPENING HERE? From SAM \\ IIITK PABIC DAY taW iv foe more than .1 week, the •iilfv COUttroom Ol tba little town Of Mclun has filled with a fashionable Parisian They have been listening to a murder trial ivhich has gripped all France. As witness after witness has gone into the box. tne audience of society women, authors, stage and screen : tars have heard a story of adolescent day dreams which became %  terrible reality when they led to murder. The two accused were Claude Panconl and llemard Petit, both 17 when they plotted the murder of their fellow-student Alain Guyader in a forest three years ago. Had they ben tried shortly after the murder, the case would have been heard by ;uvemle court. But French juvtice moves •lowly. The trial of the adolescents who are DOW young men opened only a week ago. THK INTELLECTUAL The public have followed it with passionate .f unea.-y. Intonat For the boys who aat in the lock with a look of resigned bewiluermch'had aped with grotesque fidelity *hc manners md morals of many of their elders. Panconi bespectacled, thick-lipped, the choolboy Intellectual with exotic Literary ustes—sat with hi* heud bOJRrad Petit—square-headed, tough, the habitual ruant at school whose reading did not go • >eyoiid Jules Veme^—gazed fixedly but furively at each witness. The prosecution case brought a third actor n the drama, still young enough to be tried >y a juvenile court iS'^-year-old Nicole, vamp of their sixth form at school and now developed into a brassy slow-witted and physically not unattractive young woman of 18. It was for her that Panroni shot Guyader with a gun stolen by Petit from his policeinspector father. The e.i-r 11 ven led tb;d the mnrclei came :iI'll \4 THAI SPANISH GRAMMAR U. II ills A Ford Advocate Stationery Was IliiU 1 N Secrei Service i hief A British Agent? 1 example* quoted bj mint say f of llitlei'r L'NTiL now praeucally nothinK By MOM(HMI:KV IIVIII MIV Ma da Heie are mm has been known bout Admiral ,, of bin handiwork, u Wllhelm canam. i*n from the '"'"'": ",' %  \' m '' w uU L£* Mr c,,lvi hi,,,, rad that he run the German f* 00 5 rem i ^'"y"' IO.OOO thid hi.nl to believe SeciTt Servi.c from 1935 until 0 nc0 "'' ,, cv .." p S?^' d ^f" 1 : .Canaria Uiioancd ut r IM4 when he perished with the -""ve-. to my win. ni IB mat Dkin to launch the lmtwafte on other h'.ii .tors In the ,n %  |aUon of eighty million'.' I X^ndon the moment Mr. Champlot lo overthrow Hitler WhlCh ''" ""' vvnnt mpn "' intelllgrncr, berlain made his t I in July of the latter ' v; "' lntM "' hrutaUtj la rut ion of u., sui.-iquenUj ,,,,,. Until this pOUlt CanarU had Hitler was peisnatleil not to make lb-day (here ipublished ; believed thnt tl, nthis poattLly coaU) bewk which auaaCBte that, not !" S1 %  "' • W S |C 5 whtl ' wmM be of no qnlv )l|(1 mid ouiiidc a iienoci of Na/i importanee at that euuw. Cattiru with the cotupiraton throuuhi>u' fevoluUon, Kow it i^ alleted tnat was unable to E ci newt thiutiah this period but that hi'"' beaan 10 nova doubts and lo of the Changa "t plan—hence ivi-vej detaUa "f Imporun|k • Hitlers downfall. that air raid wanting winch Lontant mlUt'nrv developmeatl to At first he hoped that thbi don received shortly after 11 Iintnin.' Th.author, Mr Ian "'"". u *• achieved hy.way of a o'clock on thO_ mornina of SepCoivin who spent wearal reai aa a newapapar e erespondent, elalma thnt Hitter 1 %  hief of utaUlaenea played thi dual role of Germa: British agent That Admiral Cnnari* cru&htiu! fwilure in -Sazi tliplotcmber 3. 1931*. macv which would Utterly diiSimilarly Omaris tried tn credit Ihe readme According to inform us of M* date of the Mr. Colvui. Canarte did Ins best invasion of Norway — a warning patriot and to inform tinBTlUSa Qoverawfalefa the Norwenian I^-^alion In raant of Oermanara munary BerUn omitted to pass en because an weakness during the parwd of \% was thought too incredible to Kill Churchill' WE owe Caagrla one othei in H acoordlng lo Mr Cohrla •I %  :.:..;• agauuti him. um. i at leret Sere k e chlel la nge for the nMUissinntion ol Churchill. Canaiu. deUberfflclent Intelligence chief end the CM orlah In the rummer )K t anved hia eountn well Ihero ol HKTB. urgjna Chamberlain to little i >t Thai %  '" Hmtra Murr, bai elao became Implicated ariui To aa amli ary ol the &i the anti-Nazi gciv i •tenteil ('•fi-nuiu teener a Is who rand damta, '" the iKht <>I in-went on • %  aaeret visit to England eventual faU\ .n this tune. CaiUUrIa is reported _j^ But thnt t'annrian ex-navid lo have said: II you bring me officer Imbudl with all the tierfrom London (>.isitive proof thn' ',, man ervlce traditions of the <>i.i the iiritish win make war if we • heel ahould have daUberatel) Inv. Ctechc-Slovakta, i wul Shoy^u i uVeii* H,W I bis country is . the.,. ,..., k .an end of Mm. ,K .me. The U ""V** 1 .' *" t! *, ;'' ,j' .. \l wimh i and tnmcuu to i l i tim tnm 2 clSmTitoutr w>artu,IIUl Ithout (urtbar evktenca laari Britain to aaaist Cnehoatovalda nnaflr^f art InftnaaJ thut Mr. Colvln hag adduced. in the event .f .wir SCIVLO warned us of the rhe Venud I had AM the emleanrj rucceeded m f^;,. ,. ,,1^/1^ Germany'i irmed brinaing back, n ki said. wa .. ,„.,.,,,„,; ,,, m££m. heii ,.. ,o„nu. e,„io.,.e iu warning lettci from Mr. deatrucU^rfrart. ib LegltlmaUi utteiUgcncc Churchul,'who as not then a Motv neande tlnn liiene aeeeractivlty. HenceCanarhva organlaamembei ol the Government, that Uonj lin h( iivUuU o( caaartafa turn WVJ known as the Abwehr if this Issue eufin. e.1 l>> Hit,,,,,,1,^,110.1 in the conspiracy or Security Bervtee ler, war would come -ooncr or whl ,. h ,. (fcl hu4 hw Wfc TI^^. For some wean, at least later ^ *" rjermnn eourees camii is worked loyally In aupport With tug we* are told that JJJ ,! %  n a !" !" -uabie „( the Hitle. reguna Me CanarU did what be could and received the tuekname ol Uefca i.> B e p ternhar u ifl3*t Qoneral or "poopar," on account of ht-. von Wiuieiien conunondeg ibe war?" riwuti I Hluar over"i the eonse, lllnmi; ., ; ;iMe and seizing the HUnlOfa and Admiral Fuehrer, replied Canarl have raid nothlruj alMul losing Ihe wai 1 have u ie 1 to explain niKKhAr IU, L ., 1 an, „ sup|{i I. I 8 posci to bare worked naminsdy • chlcl I r, b u fan aiiamst the CotOM fCotlae from Tageahteacade Ihc rtewe %  CI flicht 10 Oermanj I W HI rendei a •a of the September :. ......I 1 %  We have just Received . GREEN BIRKMYRE •• ,il 'iiiw. %  M l Canbrtdga BAM M coach, crumpet game it can be But no clothier in UU is tould ptevkHl while tlaimrls OC Hv U AlbtH lllnctt. w hO playe knew what n rrickct shirt was. for King's Coltl II now , teaching at j New Havrii Hit i rhc y i lab wcretan : surplus store -and any while th( BnlWh m ., rt th.ii happened i<> be lylnj i|,,ii t wood around." || All the inorary secretary do' >eautiful runner like Miss Valerie ol UM *ium.i' v A.A.A i there fred Hughe;. Women Athletes Ball. British 400 metres champion and record in Ider, unlan she can have find anotl d ; %  % %  tough. Thai will be the position in the Games at Helsinki Thrumight be -i dUUIga I bournt in 1950. Breakfast Foods Anchor Powdered Milk Wunker Corn Fl.iko.. Puffed Wheat .. Oat, 11 md Wect-aBi\. Shredded Wheat All Brain iHroturn J*HB One of i. of iport l| that there ih no place In the oman run* nei who i Our women will be pressing for the inclusion of an HOP. metres event when the fnici %  ..,. : vj'rd (cricket has been uajes with the ol .. nur \ Sprinters, hurdlers, jumpers and least. I should sa\ we bring It up full of gr^ the throwing types can have :.. ;a}s Mrs. Wini, She says there is lilMe chance of Silting l 400 metres event on the programme Thev tra all against thai %  Apparently Holland is thi 1 country most opposed lo the Inu I ducllon of any longer distarmj I ,M : : ;<\ ltelvl? Any talk about undue strain for a woman is. I think, f' leasl. It is s* in this Inet all the ftmininlty and charm you could wish for and her i and %  QutsWt'% SPECIALS Pun iBftfc Oraahad each 48-Red. White and Blue . Baked Beatuaacb z> Canadian Chocolate Bars 10 PHONE G0DDARDS WE DELIVER Carr's Creame Crackers Can's Water Biscuits Australian Cheese Dutch Cheese Cheese Bass's Ale %  in Ale Gold* tree Bee. WITH ( \N\I>.\ DRY NEW FLAVOURS KOLA CHAMPAONE CRBAM SOD \ Order a ton of . COiDf-V TR[{ B££R


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IW lisi SDAV. M tl St, IMI i:\KII \IHI> UIVOCATF. '• %  *> %  "VK Legislative Council Told 2,000 Required For U.S. Farm Work THE HONOURABLE the L^sbtive C pm. yest<-rda>. itu H" %  ", "!J" "" %  ", %  "'' F '";! whole of this cost nf upward '" %  ,""', l n f .!"' '"", ,"' "" %  B '" .111 1, chVrJed •' %  '•" %  '"'"" ,"• ." %  "" %  agalnsl Ihe worker's account; de„T"'.'"' ,."'" I"' m "< ' -." ..i*. !%  : ; S3 Ks^s.'sja-f'!, s; srs • in BaHtados. DodUcUont will also be made from the account of each worker lit Barbados at the rate of B.W J2.00 a week to meet at leant part The Honourable Colonial Secif the -.-s' "f Init'iiiiii i.iiii.n raCiry moving the second readirom Jamaica (or its equivalent) ing of the Hill told the Council to Barbados. These deductions that he did not pretend to have will contll ' i re "(.• aa itui^ more Ihnii a "uperflci.d knowl;is the worker remains In the edge of the export of Fancy United Slates until he has repaid Molasses. The Bill had been on til-ul 1 i % %  -i of his repatriation the Order Paper for several iGWI •.7.t; > iii rrom Jamaica (or inc.Hhst. In order to give < II.-' mlent) to BartMdol 'o the export of Fancy Molasses, he said, a time limit was imposKrrruitmem C'nsl ed for the export of the Thi revised cost of recruitment J d ,,nlit) ' n "' ; Is *15.000 (in re-spect of 2.00C %  workers) compared with $40,000 vp riM i ltr (in respect of 4.QW worker*) at rrufliirt UM in, I,. when thi ReeoiuUon wi, A-. canned molasses was. eompn pared. It has subseiiuently .natively speaking, a new prorerlAed that in accordance duct. It would naturnl'v take •rith the Migration for Employtome time to establish market* man! Convention (Revised, 194). for it; and lo ship, or even to (.overnimnt Employment s.rviccs nil molasses produced in tho in cennectaoo with the recruitcrop year within the period of ment. introduction or plicin-j of nine months during which %  hlprrdgrants for employment should menu were at present allowed lared free and that the was proving to be Imnoailllli administrative costs of recruitAn objection to the Bill as ment introduction and placing suhmltted 'n the I'ouncil *" should not be borne by the migranta. Act. 1937. Objeil .f the !Ml ti> permM the sale and export of Fancy N l U ssiS In COnlaUMI IKM execrii-,^ ten wine gallons. In view of tins Convention coupled with the fact tin I %  '. %  ran itriatl in t! .I from Jamaica (or its equivalent) to Barbados Is greater than tn previously Mummied cembuied cit of repatriatioti and Kcruitment CXI that people eould etbutr the Intrnllon by exporting fancy moUs. In containers of less thn Irn uinr ttallons, while in.I belntr In itrrlllsed cans. i i. revised amendment therefore spefilit-d sterllloed m-ila-ssrs in s'erillaed cans. Ho would move |ht) amendmentf .t the appropiia'< HfHi. G. D. L. Pile asked wheproposcl to make ...v attempt u. her „ Irom thi. worker the COM ,„. h ,ip(..rre.i .h.. Bill Of his reeruiUiien. expense, other ',-„„'.'• "^ 1 „^ f, 1 r „^ ,.,^ r ," SlMTlh'S ",., Lie" ""• <-""""""-' %  lnqulry'Thleh this connection are that, on prehad v|slled Cnnad |, rc i„ llvr .,, "'"" > ','' k ,' r the ex|iort of fancy molaiaei. 1 < %  <:-• •'' %  '" "' % %  ""'i 1" The Colonial Secretary replied SUUM of America, no altempt has ...... „ or hn|| £ Keen made lo recover any part of ml th ,. „ „ whi , c-mmitthe repatriation expenses, and that ,„, „ ai „, „.,„„ „,. m a large number of workers, in re„,.., ,„. v ..,, ,„ ( ,,.,,.it,,„i,t .vlh ,. committee tad will IIncurrod, .Mil be ported I or oilier I AIIUI II Ol I II I IIS \l(l!l\l The Trade Act (T. %  -. i of Mol 'i \ R-gulstiona. 1051. The Co-opi i live I tie, ((iiestimis Ht-ncurable P. C. M M ins inaaaUou i-> moju the 23th April. ''' ""• Honoetnibea O i illowi •^ H the estimated popution of the island M t |> 1'•* B HaW "* %  ^aW ^^ a^aa^aV BawaV %  aV Ban! .K %  House Pass Proposals From Fair I %  ol water, he wowld Ilka la aw ^ aaanj eopla t it dUBcult pood nipp > Uuougfa U %  land pipes the ne\t He wa sure thai M %  %  j iseph apoke whan Isaetourable meeabei aw Ihel 8t. Mich... t-la the QUi %  pproslsBateti rtatl pi tl the Wc-i isscUea ii n nf the is and and shoOM M of Kctting a good pnee 'or West Iharafo %  have prior claim bs> Indian sugar. i>r ei getting ermt r i ase of an. it will staii in MM most pOOUll tad BOO peoples of thi We-t Indi.had a great deal for which to be %  lh.,1 the Clue. Fnjtinthankful to the Government ot the Walerwo k^. f m time he came to lha Leu rid hud The hnn. junior member for St S omeone's st i.ttlOll, MR JOHN H MILLKR PM.OIUIH Director of tile Fall Rivei Cumin. Co.. Wlsconln and Mi W II -BUI" Meranda. Director of Tral gales, Rf-ori Airhno irnv-d from St Vincent yi-teid;v b,B O Airway*. Thi.! morning th.y lie.in recnuting lahoiirerfor temporary em ployment in the U 8 US Officials Here To Recruil Labourers As far aa %  Bat i. id to la irn that tlie Chief Engin t | i ( t.. %  %  %  peadtt) iM-t seotei ml thi Id Warleigh. That wati Would nippl) the Warlelsjh Rewrv u c iiti be iio i wa a bopii t \ efora iht end of the year t. have that tup* ph davt ..a,: ab i ii" mi"'" ttat the Chii-t ingtneei Miti wale me and pri mi a i them that in the in\u future he would bring a peograaa icpor. to the I II h OUld --.iti (> I'VOI % critical n< DM wdau i ,JI the Hoi, Senior Man st \lii n.if, I^.I t said he had not yet (truck, lha nail an lha toad He did um t>ei va thai lha vrorh gana hi St Michael was more than it should have bOOTI Ha AM mil think tli.it thai a-. tlie re*is,.u fn, tiny not gati olpa in the • nintry oMstrtcts > .%  egi em tatting ararm whan h said that the local fOVOn U TSBCll antiral) t.> hlaa i V K Qovonamanl was also to b famed. Th.hoOOUfabai %  HI" m.'inber r peeking N ^h a gr...' told Qtorn that whan ti-.i:!•% could .'.'t no pipe, what h:ile they had. wus being sent to the oilfields m IVisia Tiiai %  IH-> (.H you I '.'.I' I'Hllltiy villages walking n ire mile to gal %  t uekot .t gi Crawford MI am 1 %  doted "The Brtitah have pip*" mil. io be sant lo the %  i Now the Persian Oovernrneni \' .ti taking tin-in ..ii over. That u ii hal i had nolle irn iheii: had I"' He said thai ho wa ronvtncod thai Ihe lha local I more to be blamod than the U.K.| If the Bi it.'ti ..ntha i>T<' I thai uj bus the plpi tt %  U K "Oreo us the dollar* t" buy their. an gat them cheapei i i .HI. i,i.i. .u tla u s A. it WIN WITH SPALDIHG OVER 70 YEAHS OF SPORT %  C SPALDINC I BROS. IT0 I :.ti\ -Iistrtcis • ' i„i iH-i think ii.ai ItaOovio-",,ol Ilir l.-.i .. ammenl ...... lo M W d exee, 1,1 "" '"'' "'" '"" I, Ike thi %  ktloni lo the • , "".—".V i; front the ruthl ( 1 "> l iiivi nmeiil eondlUom ratei in out iTiake the itrongoat MR. JOHN H. MILLER. Personntl Dircctoi of the Fall River. CanninK Co.. Wisconsin and Mr W H "HiU" St Meranda. Dlroctor .1 TraJBc and Salag Roaoti Airlines, ninvod from St. Vincent yestenlay aftarnoon ihjorti) aRgtr 2.."10 o'clock bv a B.C. .*.ir\vavsChartcflight. Tins m^-' at ..'io o'clock, thov K'Kin recruiting .abourera foi u mpoi nlv 5" u '" SSS"S^£ D'Z'.' souices. He knew that In UM peri *. • i Michael and Chrii 11 colossal bu It!. grammes were in-lng carried out. watei was umg turned Into lha bulldingi In st aeorga the) had 100 YEARS AGO Ulsr IM>IA\ Ma 30. IR5I Al the inn; nf t)nHaaae f Aaaaaebiy the foilowlmt report from the Raaliaag Fnitlneer on the in -lit. I., his It) I -1 lhll-,.,1,.. a coiling wlurf at the mouth ol the Cwoaassga read: "With ri-ference t the Koyal (JniEinecro tinice. Barbados. f>uvrrnor*B letter to io nf (he ?lh InsUnt. I be %  to sequalnl vou. for inInformation that on examining Ihe mouth of the OaroOBagO M Bridgelown. Barbados, with a view to repurl on ihe practicability or forming uflhin Ihe Mole, a Costing Wharf a credible M all Males of the ltde, hy •.tram -.hip* ol Urie fir.uu i i it appears Ihi* the work tt rerlainli prarlirahlr. but thai formidable obslaeles are to be removed . Two divine bells ai laaal I'.-uM Inrequired, and, is the pregreoi wi sueh works u aaeejsaiu) alaw it N thouihl 'but iuu year* would be the shortest time in whlrh this proj.'e. cuh! I" accomplished, unless it wer.' to be found lh'I operationwere favoured by natural circumstances. which II would not. afore te'tlni out. be rlihl to calculate on. Trr M.nsirm t of the CIIJIIIIB Wharf would kg I rtmrtarativrly simple operation: but, as It would of course h %  contingr.it en the greater work of nprnlnr the harlmur*. mouth, p k not thoueht Baeaaant] la eater %  n its det.iiat praaaal 1 am e(e. W. C W'Altll. LI -Col. Mr. Meranda told the Advocate riieic is a lack ol [ordb I that he hail been to Barbed'. |„ ,.,,,, M, Itnstamante had MV.ral nines as a member ..f the ..,,,, that when he staff of Nationwide Airlines, On f„i Jamaica, ho bad bean to the ISth thfa rear, NaQoncrown Agonta In Engiamt fa i Ui-ort Airllnao mocged them and got pipes alone wittthey arc now known Reaoi I An Mr. MUleri Ik %  %  4, would iv i %  .. reel ..it i | uu I iboun ri %  "* %  %  %  Barbados, but Mr. Marvin KCI Ung Green 11 ml Co.. ol Beaver Dam. Wisconsin and Mi A. L, Keene of Ihf Koent CanBlr Co., ot Proaport, Illinois, who an due 1.1 arrive 'ti Barbados toda^ will be select inn then men fton here. Mr. Merai.rta is isapreaant u.g some thirty 01 forty other pumpe He JmpfO tli;il th0 HOB Si-nrni Hi f M Michael would thai the local '*oornrnanl would iii.n.imm -• ntatton to Ihe U.K. fjovernment. tellinn them what tins wanted. Mr. C. H. Adams <|.i Hid thai the remarks of the lion. Junhu Mr,,ii..i foi Bi Oeorga had brought him to hU hart Hr. J. B, T. Branrki i |C) Hon. membei wa an of tin inalapenaabilltj of watei ihroughoui tinlength an I i i ihe c ton., thi (: %  %  should gat the material Iron v. herevei thej i ould. II n"t 1.1-iiij .ul ii;. tin n *;.ivfi nun iii -iii.ui. make repreaentatiori t.. ine Unibat ranted run-k Klrasdom foi %  i st i rit) m n • speci ot thoaa dollara tot lha pui %  inmaterial BuUdlnga were gjatag up evaryi hare and II iaarnad 'i'" 1 pipe was available lo t a eh oei foi th if tins was sn III reopecl of om u IIIK. h% not in raoasjet of another, Mi Hi ket i "if we only have a certain .niniiiiit .if iliill.iis v.,-tumid gel Mime pipe aaeuurve to BI i ai la .injtin ., without water," LI. ,M,. uin, n,,. pro> T N Ril-icl Test men will nave to go thron thought that the Governim-.il algramme, said Mi Brancfcei ktwad t' many things to iild Cot | Health of th. mam without mpreaentlni '] had uibmltted Ihemaolvea .•' %  lo ,nc Government td tl M Adams said that hia fairly rigid ntodlcal test to qi ify. T.nrhiiiii on just on* i [ lha %  t.i. tori, Ml Mere da ii'iiuyhi that a mlninum |i .-th were %  for seleetion i th.it they pan the other health requlremi rhe type ol wort Ihe mennil! %  Mills atiutillur.il leaning did corn Borne may ^t were doing ork en beans and later on it may fl | think thi .,„ siH-aking with .. sense ,,( ies|-.nsi'" i.i.. 'Pis.. k......iii...i.lii iiimaii (riii mil biiitv The horwurabla Junioi member '"i Bt, Oeorge I Unit Mr Ihist.imante had got J'lpes ; which they ilUtegy in.c-.s.iry in Ihelr pai I Do not let m a/all Until theni ; that war when ui* will be again told rou from Bngland for Jamaica, but In get pi pinow th-rc is anolhei Will %  M, Ad ana) woold prorai lo M i n %  tinevidence of ihia deal Whin he went h) Knglanil. he brought tip the question of pipes onlal Oftct lelllng Ihem i ti -ldei of the lh think that Ihe British <•< VI n L h Till A im Idei Mr. p K Miller ii.i ..ui thai .t WOUld he well ll the t lnvei liini'iil could ask the United Kingdom It .illnw them to PUI I i '.ui.. i i 'i what i -m : it %  aa ii gfj aMa, They cerlalnly COuld DOl %  git i % %  h Ibla for s.me tn conilniiK „,,. „ tv w, %  ihe ouaaMr. o. T. Aiider pointed out ntO the southern States and uo n of pipes and how essential it tii.it several private building* work m the sugar cane and cotton was to look on Ihe Went huli" as were going up and all thi plpa industries. a priority area wanted could ilacured At tho •s, U,M„...„i M. u mn -i. He said thai he w..s t.,l,l *JS iillX ,'. ,..ii Intniiu. si %  "!"" %  '"' loan wan p4p li m whtd. f.n ..bout-tu or tilds whiih were connnltT.-l DMfi niportanl. He was assuiing the House that the U.K. Governmenl wa* kopt constantly aware of the Uluatlon in Hnrbndos. tali liRRAVS ] MILK STOUT L' EDINBURGH SCOTLAND MANNIN(; & CO., LTD. AGENTS %  %  %  %  a %  %  %  at %  ••IM'III.VV i LAIEXA we .H. JASON JONES & CO., iTD.-Di.ir.butor.. drad men havi been ehaaan from i-. ward islands, %  pproafarr.iitely throe hundred from Anugua, three hundred UTOBI S 1 Kitts and Nevis and fifty to %  hundred from Montserral. Prof'ssf)r Lf^is Prabed It The i. ght t '' %  •'. should get in| ihat the iniilerml ini| lUocatod aroun I UM ialaad Mr ;, FA MaHjtaay aald thai Uu .mill v of lha Bi lib' %  fit was to Bill the goods Into oountriaa where they Mr. W. A. Crawford ;" 0O ^ f M „ w „ „ moran Traaaum by the Canunlaaka '; '" ., u, "", ,: of Pol ma quarto* J '" %  J "' JJ" %  •*," ment o Passages) Order 1951 thv ,,. The Petroleam Drillm ano tl v h |t S|| J((hri &( ^ Pro.lucUon Regulations^ ]a. „ on Mr p, |e d)d no| p Report on the \ ilal Statistics the matter further, of the Island and other BaglaThe Bill was then passed trations for the year IMS. amendments. 0N1Y ONE SOAP GIVES YOUR SKIN THIS EXCITING FRAGRANCE Your akin will ha cooler,tweeter... deiirobly dainty from head-to-ioe If you balha with fragrant Cashmere Bouquet Beauty Soap. PIRFUMID BEAUTY SOAP NADA, May 29 Union which U '''i th %  .MI from a si.-.ke mood, at %  general meetterd u> roquaarl al G ram ip .. Wages uoA aftair: Council for the Clorks in order 10 achieve a HtlaaWtOTy aaitlarnonl <>f the demand (or imprnved conditions made on FOR JAMAICA N M>A. May 29. Ab:ut thirty men of th'' Welsh Fusilier* left here laM night by H A SC Vessel for Jam., large numJ r.s. Major. I %  i.l I.iv :..; %  I RITCI WFUIIUIIinii I :; I.TIV •: ;. ..ill he I....-il lor sj | Stock-Taking ,S at 2 p.m. on Tt'ESDAV, ![ 29th May •I 4iid on WEDNEHI) \\ .; 30th May ; N.B.-Our Dispen-ing D. forColoni.il Affairs n-feired today to the appointment of Professor Arthur I., waa bora In st Uantt t.. the Colonial Developrnent Cori that I a had i" pod it would be poaal I colonial "Mi.c with thdirection <>f tl <• Corpora) —at cuter itelelne to Ml HustallUinle' going to Lofiddn to gat pqn-s foi waa rapaatad by Mr U • %  iiblk 'i i %  Un| il cjueen's Park Mi liot.iNianii' prefaced bla remarka ai that meotlni ml tb.it he knew wh.it he was ulxjut P. ...t would In' i %  %  in.i %  .I in lha I0.-1 Praaa nd n the Press as well. He ihe U-iltad Kinajdoi thai Ihaj b."i t" ajve them thou right to buy Ihe material the > wanted when thev MMlld get it. Mr Mottll • %  lid Hi Chlei F.I n ti %  ( tht ^ I ih. work hi iraa doing. Thi .I.I I' w. ui.i be round thai out ..f |IM II lied a %  ivallabli irerj efl I .ii i v tin ... .1 to tho vUlagaa Wharf. I BDCl WE.ATHEKHE.tD I I LTD. I Il 28.5.51—2n. | W.V,V.V/.V.W/W,'//1*' lake if FROM US' I in i I. H .' Materials uill make I'VM llent Curliiins FOR YOUR HOME MIT SII.K & COTTON LACES :i" ide in lllne. Ki.se. (Inld and Tanun 1'iiller,,Per Yard 11.11 13" wide in lllue, Kme, fin'd, Tnnifu and (ireeu. Per Yard l. '. ALSO . PI'.INTDIl PLASTIC TAIII.K COVERtNO IV wide Per Yard 11.11 PLAIN PLASTIC in shades ol Gram, lllue and Pink. IV n.rle Per lard S1.45 '"'!>. STOP. THAT COLD WITH 'CANDA* VAPOUR RUB IHI N|EM WIISI I IK \ \|IM itlSINl. OIMMI M fur ase In caseof local cuiiae.lluii and inflamatlon. bead and chest rnlds. coush*. hoirsenrs. and Ihrojl IrrHatlaaa. RawfJiagg for N.,,I iurrh A ttt/. i'or POM N CMMTH CAVE SHKPIIKHI) & CO., LTD. 10—11 BROAD STREET til KMI.Iirs IUU I. VIOIIIS SEAI^CHINQ FOR BEAUTY ? You'll find il in our NEW COSMETIC DEPT. %  OMs rmvincits i.irsricKs I'tJMAUI.S HAIR HKISIIIS TOOTH IUU Mil I MANICTT.t ~1 1 I UIH Ml B (HI.AMS HHAMPOOH IIRIIMWTIM S t ItMllIMOTII PArrrff R\/OR SETS And many more Hems of Intrri-tt Pay u a visit today, and m i Barbados Hardware Co., Ltd. (THE HOI si: FOR BAltr.Aivsi NO. If, Sunn St„,t 'lMioue | 2109. 4106 or 3311



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p.\cr ^i\ BARBADOS ADVOCATE \\ I DNE9DAT, MAY M. I51 HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY Hiv,*oavei —US MAXE-yP ^> ,V!9BE >_ %  ^T-i U) C^A\ff 0\SS* HBIWl "TWaWaVs' SOA,\aONE WwO'9 SEEN CN'f "_) MEET >Out NTALUX GLOSS FINISH BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG o c F&. >7T FOR EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR USE THE p E N T ALUX GLOSS FINISH 8LVSM STO~' • *T~ I'M %  •>" V 't.. M St.""' WIDE & ATTRACTIVE RANGE OF COLOURS It •. ,-nsu li> l.crf 1hr tamtam rlfan i Snike some H.rpk into the bol — tve overmfni — AN •** Tnir'* alt. No b*u*h i* ncedtd 'IlitpK-'v" ihoiouth 4.ncn ckjM. %  jmld;ot}Ofiw> ihe MMM part—*>r HFI^" "t" I Oil I \I.V\III I AT ALL I.IMIHM. HAiiiiWAiiK scours HARPIC PILES""' 1 •,""" %  "£ RlM-tnat DdnTol . %  %  *"• mlifIl Dr. ChoWa Ointment. Soothe it NMTft •<• b0 treatment loe uver jw" %  DR. CHASE'S Antiseptic OINTMENT SEA VIEW WIST HASTINGS BARBADOS Under new management. Dully and longterm rates quoted on request Permanent guests welcome. Dinner and Cocktail parties arranged. J. H. BUCKLAND, Proprietor. tU—J. -u'-iIT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Monday to Wednesday only THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER IW NOT SO SURE TUAT [WHY NOT? ME MASKED MAN IS ON i KILLED TME OUR SIDE' 1 1111* 1 SPV THE RES WHERE US BULLET WENT ME DIDN'T SHOOT AT LEE'ME PAST HIM' BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS Usually Now Usually Now Bots. Heinz SALAD CREAM 44 Tins Vim Cleanser llarge| 24 20 Tins NESCAFE 1 80 Pkgs. Putted Wheat 32 Bots. STRAWBERRY JAM M 48 Tins Mortons Herrings 40 36 48 Tins Mortons Herrings 40 In Tomato Sauce D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street Every spoonful gives you Cal more and more •aaP' energy and fitness MAOOE m CHNf>N* ANCTv*rD QK ME3 OELATTVE3 TO VC FOB A jca rr u_ Bff A PUlASUOE TO TH^3VV MI\1 OUT, L A MAN 19 OUTtitPfB | VWIAT TOSFE >ou-eH£ GAVS XXJOE JOS %  %  %  • fcvery ipoonf.l o( Kepler' lvi you J rich supply of-.nimini A and D. • These vitamlnt arc nature's wonder workeri. %  Muring health and freedom from illneti. • Men. women, childrenill mould tun taking <. y K e P lr, O4M Igfur.^. i DU aj IP a A r KEPLI COD LIVER Oil WITH MAI! EXTRACT A BURROUGHS WELLCOME a CO. PRODUCT _K %  •• 4-*. %  ( t. i RIP KIRBY %  BY ALEX RAYMOND MALT VINEGAR //y Art 7/F Brewed from Malted Barley SEE THAT TOU GET[ROSSE & jLACKWELL ^GENUINE MALT VINEGAR Lotol Agt"tt .T Gedde. Grm Ltd Bridgetown. FASHIONED fit FITNESS These hand omc non-dinging Acnex shirts let llic Ixxly breathe. FfcahlOMd KM the woajdtr p -.t, Propen's White Ren YOUR 'BRITISH CARRIER "^ %  jJ/r-^P*?: 'Ml FAJTfST SUV1CE TO "^^E/r-^P^** 1 TOO SAVE MONIT TOO ON ^^ /^ ivm i.iTTii. ^0*^7*" ASK BRITISH WUT INDIAN AIAWATS FOI AIHMAiL STICKHS ALWAYS AMMAIl IF.ITISH fllW FOI SF1ID AND KONOMY BWIA BIITISH WIST IKDIAU AWWAYS



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HI h\l >I,AY M \\ IMI n'.lillUiiiS ADVOCATE PACE si:\"BN .. • CLASSIFIED ADS TtLCPMONI 2801 r r M riaa*> or Engagement 1 in Carib Calling the | 'U*> for any nUR-.ber of worts j % % % %  Mf 1 I lel.een ISO and lp.NI., 3113 foi ••! %  p a. IN MfcMOKlAM I I 1 ll Mil %  Mi M .*!.-. Un Gerald Rrath.alte who depaC-.: M. 30. I Ml You ire lont but BSJVW forgotten FOR SAU UTOMOTIVr To 1 •retre Had to. >*4 or 4W1 n i... 11 u ... .. | aM Im | %  good %  ml awl %  %  •MJI In -1-KIVI.IB I Hear belmed Oti ?RINOri*. who |-ird %  | MM nn re ua weep. Bui inany a Ulent SO 1 SI lii II \H\MioD—lii loving memor.o( am near onr Henry Allan Yearuuod -hi %  ... . Suit IMS %  %  %  %  ,,Vi Youi loving hand* ran do no more. POT thoa. pan loved pan did your %  aft May God rr-nl you orrnal reat Ever lo be nvriitMiM b, Mr. Carlotta S..H.,K.*ii*ni condition At Golden fjl .l \ i i i I II I JHOTtic, Hin i i itiuii. .iMiiMta of the abonru>niM I I'MISOMI IMIH.lt SALES TOT U < I K rlee ream*nn any u., t HAT | ru.iii.hed p|a( Dundee. Bi Lawrence Gap, W>pl. O -.. KVHNIBH FIAT %  at July IMI. bclrui thr (la "*"*• d addre*aea, and Ihr i-rlirutar, ul th.ir debt, o, .Li,,,,,. „K1 Ihr MWU Mid addreeaee of Ihvir SoUcilor*. K ani to Ihr undanlgned II UM I %  .are ol Urw Cirr u.gt.tn Seal. ,.< I" Street. Hndgeio*". Barbadoa. the I %  %  liquidator of the ..id Company, and.* Pill *o required b lag tar e in writ! from the in and prove their Hid rtrl ... lime ai.O place ... dull •iierined in auch nolxv. or ... ,i. %  tt.-re-i IMy will br #ludl l.nn, i %  : AIU.I i i %  •M or Pbal, 1 Sittini i tar. Ktl.r idrr .lan,,! i-iNcoijt jrmofl I? I 51?r. Dial banafll or any d.stt.aMtn •urh d-bla arr provrt Dalrt int. 1M dav of Mar 1*SI M I IMI I *H \s I iquldalo' iill T, hnl A|-pt ; w.ll Coa.l D...I aaT IHI l'M.1,1 VI II \l. I It I \"i it IM > -iii it 11 KI.I roi i< Maara. Harold Prov-ib* A C>. Ud having mada iworn drpoaltum thi t H 71.104 on tlir In, MAHKHAM !(.. r„ 1 tutfl ',-,1 wllh J %  a ,i... i M..1 H %  • %  %  ( p hLKCTKK \I. n Kirmis jo. .1IKKS IIOI' Wl Hhodr *. Whltr and i TAKE NOTICE DREAM Th.il KOA.A roiHI.K PfflODUOTi i IMfTI %  > %  • %  paw %  i rparau d una> i Ipa laajn „| thr l.l.n.d o( Jamaica. Manuhablrata. *M tiada o> bunlneia adttrr*. I. Producer Road. Wral did. KinlMon Jamaica, lui'."h Wot Indto. ha* applied lor th rrai.tralinn o( a t.->da mark in pan Aof rtaai-w. n i>ftci of cnin n oap drtrrganti and all praparat ana lor laundrv purpOM" nd al"o In iMprrl ol prifun < i MOM artkli. urrparatlon. lor the trth and hair and oiidinipil aoop. and will bi antitlad U> I MISCELLANEOUS \:.l.KI.l .i ii ,„, 1:. I-. 1 VIII ... '' 3a S M 111 BARGAIN Ijidie. Brow Modern and asood aa I inul co.1 Phono— 2*03 1 T I'SIHl i. T-iiipt Bowl*, .i wav aa Marplr i MMa|i .-1 %  ..... aflat ol May. IMI. un* n ahall ii | %  noliea Itipalaata la ma I IB "'iTiee ol phfei 3Mh dap "i W M WILUAHI %  %  OIIII \l \l SOl'VENIRS. CURIOS. JEWELS New Shlpmrnt opened TUANTS GALVAMRIJl RHaXT*Ra.1 qualllnew aheau. Chaapeit In Ih* llt>d I € ft tSO*; T ft 1MB. fl HTI; 0 l tl M 10 fl U . Nell coah. Batter hurry A UAKNES > CO. LTD. 1 SI I I n I.ITTON S TT^ rr-di .Iblpnienl „f thi. particularly popular Tea I* now in Ihe handa of our trocer JTleea unchanged Jonl y HutwHi. Ltd.—-Agania 2 5 SI In 1-twH.E l-OTTEBY-Jul racalved In mil plaqur* In flying duck*, blur bird-. Ml *! %  ornamefil*. CafaratM loKc-. (am dlahei. butter diaK.^rr. in C^iltlr Price 3 KM am ITU 30 S SI In THE I.OVAL ..i: J i; OF rilE STARS rroutlly I'fscnt Ihctr mi CARNIVAL AT QVEENS PARK —On— THURSDAY 7lh nn.l SA ruRDAY 9th June KNIGHTS Ltd rtock ATOM1TE DDT ItouKhold r. I i. Moaqultoe*, Ann. CockBUg* etc.. elc Jlrturrd 30 3.31-On I:II .vrio.vti. KM KIIIUII CMIII1 MIHIOI. >riMMI IOH\ H\IM II I TWO ASSI'.TANT MAMIRS. ill A paduata I ,,l '" i;i.(iai>t' ai ubldl>ry KIUJITI111 A 'in \i.itt.-in.t., %  Prtih l ranoa I .., %  b %  "!%  %  .l.li'lTo mbar iJ SiUry acale.£400 Tw-Sao JI.SM %  i | |ilii, in.irriailr allowance CS" p a and MTVUN allowanc. M aervice Appl. In own h-ndwining. fcrwaidlng K-' % %  "• "*i10 The Fern tor y, II. K'-'ItU J. SMITH'S SCKttOl. •-,. ah Town, JM I w I Mana ciiipf Iiamling Spcrtarului, Bnllianl THE (ARMVAI BAND I n Trinidad. Sway to the Rhythm of Tiimtl herrliv givr,, Hi.. 1 .. .... ,,., nh.^n.i. la ralKd Wtthln one nwnlh of the date neraof the duplli-alr PDIICV aaked for will br laaued Itv Order. K MOrWrfla, si, i ., 1J 3 .'I 4n '.i ,.! %  H .-i ud tidtii.a| nig* CW4, Comfortabl.. nee IM I! ... Iowa. Near the STJ open vrr.indah, rilling, di room*. S bedroom*. ma NOTICE %  lor one vacant M I ill,-lenablt al I l School, will i i nv Ine undrraigiMd not later than rtaturd. blh June IB5I Candklatra mint be duughtm ^f %  in •fr.iilrnrit "Applti Mi. I... I %  I., nehi H'.WIIIl Mini'Hi.T. n "nil an cenia Sunddvi 24 u*"rJi — over 1 rd 3 real, n ward fe*at I mrd oa Mi The public air .lit In IH'KF. nrr Saice.n.1, .„ | dl no, h „j iniaeM K-MXOI.II.I,t,„ hrr or anionr graartn-uag iinlrm b) DVKI Gai.l. I The public • "lug iledll I . %  .1,. %  n M-.n.Ll.tr I, %  OaCOSTA JON %  Ins %  „rd .isnrtl b> b uare hrreby wa %  > ...i II. %  %  i do.I By a i'" tin UU I i %  -. i %  %  31' 3 BI—Xn Mil HELP %  %  U.n iwel IM A birth rertifU-at.%  wilh an applttdtioii fur*... obtalnrd Irom Ihe Patorhlal Trraiirer'> OnVe Thrml, ..I Ing St Michael'a Girl* Ml JUM llrtl M tl U t'lril. (,. ing \ %  I 30 S 51 I'll NOTICE Be r.-' WILLIAM Hl-.-KHT St CI AIR REDMAM deccaaed NOT. F. IH iiF-Riaiv oavn %  % %  %  > naM -I i %  Mjatnal the Eataio ot Wllllan. Rupert St Clair i i*ho dl'd In thi. Inland on the flu itjv ol October. ISM. are hereto raqulrnl u. •end particular* of their • %  i.ltr.ird lo the undw C ihini a> Cn No 17. High Stii-tt. an of be(„..> ih.> 31*1 day al /uly, last iitn nidali wa i. : . .i Men -e .h..n mm ..„.bad notice, and tli-i Wt -m ... aa UN *•..!. or any |Uirt thereof an dlitribuMd. to any prraon ol whose debt or claim we ahall not then Ml* hud And .ill pining indebted la Ihr gMd rotate are lequ-aled t.< .-ill.innr i. dentrdnraa VrlllWHIl d#Uj flalrd tin. lath d-> nf May. ll ItLIPEItT CHMRWAM lO.OMAN THANK MTJBERVKY Plllll 11 S LINDSAY ERCII. HYFIURN 1111-1 Qualified Ei' MISCELLANEOUS WANTED TO PM TWO HEDROOM funu.hcd aparlniei.' ^rar town Ream >na ale rrlilal Writ* Urt Brodrur Ave Apl 2. Montre.il tjuebac Mia L. Rldcau. 3 Sl-3n u'ni.. t !• %  ,,' rl of DP i TAKE NOTICE H Y G E A ,,t s,>A.-> ,v %  MBIJI raopucn ..I i Mai torturm whaaa trad bu.mcu addi I, lloducrr Kwd. Weal End. Klng.ton. Jamaica. Brlllth Weil Indie.. IIM applied for tin Tfgi-ti.tt,"" ot itrade n.i.tk ,n Part "A" of Heglitcr M rSBpatl <>' dctrrgenti and all piepai and ali at parTuBMn I %  ludj | toil • '% %  preparalionlot Da per fumed aoap. nd will be entilird In nli.'ri tl-. Ihe Will day ol % %  araM tnaJJ b* dupllcato >• i.glatratlon. The trad' be acen on applir,ii..n .,1 m ofllrr. r.th day of Mav. mi H W1LA1AMS Hegi.ti.ir al Trade MaifcB SI li * \sirtl TO Ml i SIIAREK: Sao Ordinary ftharoa In I | Wl hi P.CJ IVi l .r riinne TW LOST A. I IM Ml HWETPSTAKI Ti, KI r tm Finder plr I %  WBT the Inl In win* Ticket* lh" ,. A *M3 A P*3 B 3703. |I 413. P tlf, I! ll-M. B 1331. II BJS4. C *MD. C MM c a.114 c Kan y l4BJ y nn ,. lim r 3j7o. r 3314. r am. F nn. F an* r aan. K tiar. r utas. r "10. r rm. F. 7T03. O.0I34. G 0IS4. | BOT]. I MM; 1IUAR INDI HTPV 41.KU I I II a \l HANK \t I I'Hi TO Tilt CKLDITOrt* HolIMM: -' %  • %  M T\ i OffMfl \,. u-.'ST rja-iu %  : v.\ r n TAKF NOTIC.: ih.,1 wa '.he Tru.trcs I about l,i Wain a loan ol £3.>n under Ihe pro%  Ihe above Art agalnit "-• M I' .mail..,. m ,e.pe,-t of variauihirai rn ,, 0 lva9 No money h-a been nor row nl u Agn. KM % %  lta\ or n | I v %  OI'TIIAM TAKE NOTICE COLLEEN OAJ. A r l.llu I moouci I REAL ESTATK each with 1 li-n. %  '-d at MB*. re moiiU 1 PM p.rtttuUra applv to D>Ata A %  sassi 3'I aiiuate at In. M and llelm.ii.l Hold. 81. Uirha.l tun ding on 11240 a of land The honae u inuii contolna drawing. laaSM and aifc-hen downataln. fluaa bedroaau. tml.i and bath upttalri I'-ual modern conventoncM. Garage %  . ;>nolnlman' Dial ?SB I uo.. SI,...I lin'l..il. at 1 i. rr. f\KRINOT..\ -. It 3 31 Pi. SHIPPING NOTICES %  M | %  %  v Thifor ft %  %  h %  I lot ihout i Hoof No ! %  • ,. .1 i: l %  \. %  I. iTW Moitfcage if I'., ,i V I \ Bedroom I %  ... i i.. . %  ilean a>i.i an Or. Rtfhi nf War I 'i i i' Me I r in U. Batale and Almo-t 4l n .i nn ii r llisfliiy ( QnWPJB qirrxN s i i iav will be repeated al M> i iMi.i.i. %  %  i Ptodui -ti.t I it A .1 tlegltti, in nion Miap Oi | p II i .I. ti.i %  OpIU rtun BMP, U tl %  Mil dp] >ii Ignp, parwai -h-li In the nicu in duplicate lo me i i po.llHin nf inch irgl. . I alao In reeoe. I MM artktaa Inenlillcd In n, The tl IllbOII ..1 BARBADOS IN PUHSIAMK OFFICIAL NOTICE Ihe i .late, right %  %  %  iheir clam. dBtd .. me on anr Tue~ k in Hie all.!....,-. al_Ui. ie h anv of Jut*. Taf Ii i all llrfenga I'llOlFliTV Intrrr.t or ai> In u M led . uf land Iformeni 1 part ol Uoodland plant ot Halnt Ml.harl .. i I 3 P FoI loll., N .1 k.l-11 in
I Selecting your FIIRNITUnE %  ,.::••: % % % %  :•••• %  •• %  %  BUILDINGS FOR SALE Eczema Itch Killed in 7 Minutes I. %  RM % %  %  Pan %  th-y do not hltl cama, n paw d icnrary, Nia*. derm kinti,prrni in 7 tninutM and to duarant ed to z'.f you a eofl.clear,attrar%  weH. or money *.k or. guarant Nlaed Nixoderr Tor Skin Trotl -s brsajlla. OFFERS ARE INVITED FOR OR ANY OF THE VALUABLE FREEHOLD BUILDINGS OCCUPYING THEWHOLEOFONESIDE OF THE MARKET SQUARE IN ST. CEORGE, GRENADA. FOR DETAILS Apply to:P.O. Box 6. St. George. GRENADA. In-*Tirw of the Laland wide W.tp%  GO-AHEA" Ca %  •• aid r.. i %  % %  B W I. ASSOt lATMH riOYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. BAHJNOa IHilM IM-H.I'.M H H.i %  nth June IMI Ill IM,. to IKIMIiMi I V i.l MB I I H \i III a I M\I. \ M >. Oran|e.ta>l34th Magi laSI •. p Ul'saON. SON al CO 1 TD FRENCH LINE Ctr Glc TranaatUnllqua SAILING TO r.Nf.LAND aa HIAMI. I ol.OMblE June 10th\'i951 i miquaj & Guadeloupe CVRIKRKAN i II I-I COLOMBIE May 30th, 1951 TiitiKi.K'. lui Qufttra, Cur; i and J\i'. iitiin; raasenxers, i it .,, and Mi.i R. M. JONES & Co., Ltd. AGENTS ritu.ir '::: UU 1 HARRISON LLNE OUTWARD FROM THZ UNITED KIN0D0M Vraarl LINGUIS1 I milESMAN" STRATI FA. TOR" rRADER" From Uondon l iintlim London Uverpool 1,1. i |OW & Liverpool Doe Leave* BartradaM lath May 9th June lot June IMh June fllli June 26th June? Earl) afuna Mid Juaw Early June M..< Jmvc HOMrTWARD FOR THE TJIfaTBD KJHODOli \rssei For Claaes la Barbadaa > S "ASTKCINUMKII S Hr'KDSMAN" Uverpool 2Hth May 31s! May 'or farther information apply to %  DA COSTA ft CO.. LTD.—Agent* Cdinadian National SteamBhips I ADV NF.I-tON CAN. CRllsui CAN CtlAMJENtlElt I AHY IIODNBY I AllY NK4JHIN l^UY ItUIINBY %  l.iifaa II May as R M.. a JUI June 3 July 4 Aug. M June 14 July 13 A .* *l Mi." a JUM % % %  LI si, I All. Ml MM t AHY HiinNF-Y IAPV NKIAIN IAUY HOUNLY Anlvea Arrive. Arrlvae at John llallfaa Montreal Wnd June th June in J..W '3 JulF B Aug. II Aug. I Sept. II *P flttrd wltn mid **ota|r cnaan. GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. —AgenU. W///////////////-V/'/''/. PASSAGES TO EUROPE i.iii.il Antilles Product-. Limited, Roseau. Dominica, for %  ailing to Buropa foitnighlly. The usual ports of call art Dublin, London, or Rotterdam. Single fare £70; usual inhii tion f0t < hl.tii.n ;;;*,',KiiiiMiii:cit;wKiSSi5 Ft. ASH NBWB TO HAND THIS WEEK(AWI)IAN mm IKONS k TOASTIIS rm: 11 \ in si i >iroicn >i Corner nf Ilrii4il & Tudor Streets m BARBADOS MUTUAL IM ASSURANCE SOCIETY TWINTY-SKCOND Ql'INQl'KNNIAL INVBATIOATION AND DIVISION OF PROFITS H NOTU'K i. hereby gtven ttuit an Kxtraordinary Qeneru 1 MH-IIMI; of ihe alKivcnamed Society will be held ;il the Society's Office, Beck with Place, Briditetown, at 2 o'clock p.m. on Wednesday, Mill May, 1951. for the purpose of:— 1. Receiving an*! considering the Actuary'* Report on the working of the Society for ihe five years ended 31st December. 19M. 2 DwSlglaM the rate of Compound Revernury Bonus to IMapportioned to the Policies entitled thereto. 'A Declaring the rate ot Interim Bonus fog the period 1st January. 1951 to .list Decem-" her, 1955. 4. ('niisuJenni: recommendation of the Board Of DinctON tJi.it I .sum not exceeding JC 2,500 bn granted as n gratuity to the Staff of the Society. Copies of the Actuary's Report may be obt;iM.<-l nn application at the Society's "(lice on or about Hit instant. By order 'if the Directors, C. K. BROWNK, Secretary. Beck with Place, etown, lath MoV, 1951.



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U.K. EARNS £20 Mil LION ON W.I. RUM U.S.A. Gives Puerto Rico All Rum Revenue lift !*• ,4. IIIAK W.I. Committee Chairman Has Fears About CanadaWest Indies Trade LONDON, May 29 APPREHENSIONS as to the future of CanadaWest Indies trade were expressed by the Chairman of the West India Committee, J. M, Du Buisson, at the annual meeting today. He expressed the hope that the British Oov ernment would forthwith take steps to remove restrictions on imports from Canada into the British West Indies colonies "before irreparable harm is done." Canada, ho said, had long been H very good friend lo the British West Indie* But there were signs that disruption of trade between the two in what was assumed to be intervals of dollar conservation, had induced Camda to look tn other markets to make good the dtnwgft Thi action which was urgentlv needed was clear. Tho claims of Ihc West Indian— after ihe to I i i.< .i a flral innnu h svi n i ui 1 ii ores were : South Afric I J04 and lVti for 2 wickets Nottinghamshire JUT Joe Hai it and became the highest Indlvldti against the South Africans on this tOX i. beating Denis Com) I for the MC c. si Hardstaff batted six hi ten minui. ,3 tours. The South An aeeond innings to get in uselul batting practice on the •goofed if nets the rim Teat will be played. larii Rowan batted with groat assurance to score M Indudli lours m just over ihree how — Krulrr. Itottomley Sees Sugar Producers I-ONDON. May 29. Fresh from his sugar talks in the Weal Indies. Arthur BottomI tory for Overseas Trade to-day met representative* of the Commonwealth Sugar producing eeaurtrtsa. A Board of tracts spokesman said he repented the assurance given in Barbados at the Regional Economic meeting Apart from these specific assurer ees the Bttokesman added that Government remained lull", committed to the Conui Sugar agreement. II., that if -uiijr is unraUonod biitam in 1953 end consumptl has increased at leat a pmporlurmte increase will be made in purchased 'at t h gnu I.I nteed price. —Rreter. 63 Entombed Britain Prepared To In Cmil Mink Talk Nationalisation BA91N0TON Norll %  Knglsn ,• I ym all of rubble 1 . %  hop %  rdrcady known t ... I i ripped along tlie mine's nm'W B toouu one other nit:, was brought out An oftl' . trapped This mi ,i ground. rnt ( i .. aaaaW tl tad ... i still I Of Persian Oil LONDON May 28 lid today Britain tlei enl of tha ivtsi.-m ml rjta (HIM I (I ii.itionahsiiln.il .i %  thai rasp* ti" II<' 1 %  i otlatc with Pel in ht to repudiate i DI %  mods on tinipetnng da) ot the Hou s ol < tent was the %  inlrmation thai Biitaln had told Persia %  n said 'he oflci la n Red Vnilrtl I.IIKI 1'lmnl. linii I'urms In North Brazil Gromyko Urging N.A.P. On Agenda P ifWS v q 2S %  i %  met 'in ol tho Foreign '• %  mat the North Atlanta item mi. I %  —Heater M A i I nhla. n%  ording lo %  roni Sau i %  1 i ons HQW%  %  Braxilli %  %  %  %  U :i. U %  —Rrutrr Wants Governiiieiil Slatciuent On Riots CAPETOWN A former African Cabinet Minister to-day called for a Government statement on last night's riots outside the Parliament "Bring AS MartV Japrti^Rtou^in which 51 people were icd followed itration i,y white and coloured citlwns against the GuvcrnmentV coloured franchise policy. Harry Lawrence, member 0 General Smuts' wartime Cabinet said he wished to emphasise tru.t the clash between police de m o n s tr ators oceum demnni'ratlon had concluded %  Swart, said that on In! he had. he was not prepared "tdefame BOttse by ..ppolntmg a CVnuniasaan of Invest Swart said IS police were injured He gave injuries amnu.as 33 but *aid he did not know how many won Europeans. HretJ mr-n were arrested ft gerous weapons ajid atracking the police I!• %  %  As Yoif like -rVofl BUENOS AIRES KB] I President Pgeeaj sal I Argentin;.' rs open lo all Japanese who may like to <* 'ablnh themselves here. Addressing 400 members of the Japanese community whi flockeo ernment House to pay him tribute. Peron said T.ring as you ilkc. Any problems which m^y *rl*e we shall olvc in a week —fteuter. VATICAN STAMP I 'roop More in en is Are Dangerous the pn A' r arliameiv %  mighi %  %  : H which .ird. r-.l | : I li r" return \ I i ing to gggreui %  %  %  He sa I . %  i. frcsslon sgali Snarett idded i %  %  • Ai .''i Leaj i cean forn Sharet! n to full soearaignt) over the dei i %  been to cancel the ha a* .irni minida'di and shift the westward* to source*.—Reutrr. \ir (ionniiailflrr Sent Ham*? To U.S. rOKYO U B A i I ii %  I'.n %  i kdgi lha< n An i i Inaws had been i had not ecnti ibutt i Gei ol thi %  !. wing, w\ %  %  %  %  %  %  %  formal % %  %  1 %  %  demands ecjutpmei Renter ministerial ml twi "if that srwjlfl ing 'he Horn %  M.ii t i.i M-c I'M development it utncnit.v hsi bags %  it i>.. c lei Oovem Intheilo no) tiu-ii re: %  but on ihe • snh %  t bavs indicated %  prween unilateralh n Mahi tji i Oovtrnmsnl %  uld not i rocadun H ni'v believe thai thru sttiI n tl ssjneraUy 'invl %  in i-.iiin ulai %  rSCtkm that Ihe United ...-.(•rniiient hiiv.' ipoken publicly ;.: si caiici-l • %  %  H tion ot .i %  %  it Ml f't Government pe thai i account of UH %  nl in Teheran and lhal nesjotutioni can u-inltiill stn ill '-1 "Mi '.mi —Reuter. I U Commorwealth terrttortee VMII attend l"i ginning on June n and %  week i .. : A. Indian d< legate li M Mar Walhet Dtrecti r d n %  %  %  iwtn ol the Wesl told me today that at tha eorlw I < pportuntti he would bring to t' %  rv 'II ,. < i Congreii ,| attempl lo cui umveni unpei i i preference! an alteropt which was n li lamalc > i itnia Iruiti i< ID iri.ii \\ grapefi i"i At the ii(-\<-innwnl pays to Ihe Unite i States' pn dm. is ol rttrui IVui Bfl carton ol grapefruit luleg expot i s dollai i"! rt" l frutl Repn entatlvi i (old me todaj that thu irtlcularlj on gr-pefruii S i, %  verj dllfli in product in I %  |1) ;-i. hit W Indian tanned |u* I hut "f i tubshh prudiieun can mi'" n I %  • i all Uu snu Tin whole qui %  A i cussed in Committee earl) am lh, reporl will ihi i %  t hot % %  %  na wnli hi fit %  i Coi ran on thli .111,1 othet IHI iiii-ii.. will be ell ,,ii..!..! to Qovernmeni lo all %  i over. ROME. May M. The Vat of postage stamps bearing the portrait of Pope Pius X (1903 1*M on the occasion of his benti<. whether the women w<[ by the police — Rpuier. —Reuter 2(M ^rtiiiuliai,Going hi I >. I"arin-If** Oat % %  •irM"api %  .'. %  lor wo< %  it of 1 %  now gune to St. V June '1 %  %  British Fish Supph Will Drop lt> ;t0; LOMDOI %  %  %  %  %  i if patrolPolice lighten U|> Security Mmsurrs BELFAST M Polio ei tighteninj i-.' the wct-k-end visit d the King ing Quseti b ted ini-mhers oi i • ten 'A 1111 i. .. yj %  iJirthern l! part nl Brtl ita, undl i III .!', I %  %  sghuitng on i Under tl . n .^ht mil. %  %  %  A i in... ,%  irol in .... in i Miloidon. Thu %  i thportition o %  i started i pi pacts. thrt a ill poUca *tutiuiuand put IMJ buildings In the city. -Reafer. U Reul I JAP FISHING BOAT SINKS; 10 DROAVN Valioiis Musi i polh v ds WtUon llrt U thi I n i ptln . Mandaii ueh %  • pri ontiea and dtllvi Unite i btatas pn ducei i In mak< restaln 'hut frisndl) powers re . i i-ii nos pro dornastb eeonornles Wll i in making such slloi I l prevent shipment MI trai %  %  pi. .in-1 —Rrute /ulian Hedfl Loiing Council EleriioiiH : %  <• %  di Wl %  : 1 %  the M it. %  < hrtstian i mocrata %  mi tho %  nU-Communlsl sllte %  %  %  :.. day seemed to havi %  %  -' %  %  I i %  in to Isn %  -Reuter MAY SET UP JOINT WHALING COMPANY HAMBURG The Wi %  t. ik in (.< t> oi sett in* up I Killr.l In Crash TOKYO, v bo Naaeaah BUI %  %  vans i III lot %  linking I! %  %  • %  %  %  1 %  —R. lg Rruier JUMPS INTO LIONS' PIT < %  %  I uard* through .re huodi lo'-keri. he kept [he beasts at ltay bv waviiv -Reuter Houte Pass Waterworks Proposals %  terday passed u rs %  Ins Book %  %  Rofi rern Plan >f the uffopeaad i li rworRi la %  ,.st M >lr ">l t. ( \ t thi i i i l ;ind llx : 'I | fire sd A "i i aid a %  tin % % %  v .n mi. Mr I II mikbiMiii I %  ii ish in tin i -i.in-i v in. ,iti \t. iflortng tarmigti I ?•>••>! wattn uppl] Althougti I M must be) lh* hoi i %  %  i uratei aupplj gill on r Iht Mr H W. Rerti I | %  Iham srhal sras happenli W %  %  works DO) -it" % % %  %  in A .in • poslUoii with n iihey .< %  n %  %  %  %  %  i the di-i.iv. wbethei riTiii-nl Mrs t the scheme. it .s.i. hoped l kppolntment ot nhe Vfatarworfcs that lh would havi reasoiiable tlms M nad passed and 1h<| Miii swatting an the SVStS i ChUTCh where rniny lllagex had iiprung up In reei then through lack M a the moat thlcl %  I t.i taring wat< th msaiidi win. resided In the llages and Ion Mr J. A. Ilayne* ill • lix. would like 10 i iota lo the debate In It* of st. Andn \ thai sbls li %  commeiKi two suh ibis ass those ptpei aoald be put down, They immediately did that, i ant, nn signs of were being n could not be the Ua k nor Iha %  %  %  I I da Hi be onlj loo gj "i %  %  %  i i linn i* t it %  ome it." %  %  Mr K I. Wnrd [fH wuuld not dolni nothing He i %  %  At the praea ssjosasnk, tk 1 C] hod pl|ea but II.. f, %  %  stand wati I hen the:, %  J He fell lhal ihey should no) %  ake .if i %  id it I %  people wouM be • 11:. ran ; m-day wit hou • %  %  .(, %  .. Iiuuld u, I something to aaUsfv thi %  %  Mr M I i si %  I. rg| On PSgS I THE 'ADVOCATF." oavs for NF.WS DIAL 3113 Day or Night



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P\C.E r\w> BARBADOS ADVOC \TE Ul li\l -I. \Y M \\ JO, IW.-.I QaJub Calling B.H.C. Radio Programme • i X it i kn< rial 1 %  n the F ut arail in the TW *L • d by all %  %  %  dif%  I %  afl miil position foi i %  the limy. Back From St. Lucia B ACK : H %  v. i \ i %  rvelUiu Mi C. Gilt***, Mm. Snyder .' meanbc*, of tax Bt I 0 Tudoi Barbados' Smallest Club n Briclrs dislike MAY ly EILEEN ASCROF %  %  nb in ih. %  r, nn. Rtonlan club of %  %  rnemo) rmhlp 3* nnual dinner on June Ittl r ! 13 on which Lhi wotId dine together and drink a tonM to 'ward Cunarti is inokjiif 1 ; Ing BUT'.ran get in ItUr Bay, Sf. In l 1-1 D n. w gat ot tn G U Oil Co., Lad • n virninu to Sack Front Puerto Rico fcyflSS '. 1 IWVN who ..pent .v. [Ui Mi and MiCharles OVI 1 tinB W I.A Other passenger 1..1 Barbadw were Mr. I : dd Mr. Todd is an engineer in B J %  1 ten dan sti,> 'i Club Marriate or Mr. Smith OlGA MURPHY D vnsr Mr 3ti uj baa married 1 Mi HI iK the wifr l Reginald playwright and producer 'i' %  > %  ai Hamp%  Mr. Smith wat too MP f-u Aahford, Kent, but did not stand at thr 1 Mi Rrrltei play* under iiic name Edward he collaborates %  enharri If Mi I 'i 1 ii.tm wai named In thi^ case] BBM ilrsi iinai 11 orvod In -1MB. Is Hie author of p ..i Slv C.ri.n". *hi< b 1 1 %  Bridgeto w n Ml IICI this ntnnth. It eighteenth production. BY THE WAY BY BEACHCOMBER I Forgtf H fry T mmg eels an called, a re rou marking. The ..... into the deep rtfjaid up near by, If the 1 era em ape nl %  %  ired, you light Ilw the nets all over upiln. Expci Intend na %  1 il lasnth or ttftaauth 1 > of tho So 1 inplain thine is to set* thai they do %  i %  have %  hi The nau nd of a eery eloae % %  in so, one "i two >>i the elvi .|.jh...i, ti i.. CtTos SWORD M AY u *tin a not-vecyiMipuiin month tm wtddtngf Mtal A. M Unite who baw neen making Ixmnim wedding bouquets for "more years now 'iiriii 1 care to tat n a sit bcr,'' teiis mc that the 11M bride is just as superstitious as her mother. Styles of bridal dowers have gad a lot. No longer Use %  .. lilies; and nailing satin ribbon.ire out or fashion. na or Idea mil carry prays a) guidenuM und •tephanotlx." says Miss White. One of the mt UIMiaual wedding sprays she can re m e m b e r was of baby unripe tomatoes ti match exactly n sand-coloured dress worn bv Miss Phvllk r.Himfoi hi oatlgner filch* Morton. Rrceiit bouquets with a IOUCO of iti," unusual wan lias flecked with gold carried by Miss Indrani ('• %  iraawamy. daughter of the Acini:; High Coninb %  loner for Ceylon, and u prayer l*mk 01 white lucharist lilies t< match ilia design of her ibex for Miss Caroline Rice wlun ii Lady Ply mouth. Summer ISeuutv yin-iii summci holidays sUrt ing inont ncw.s-worlhy cosajattea gra coo] .1^ snow Three of Lo n don 1 top models, whose business It Is to be boau< bful. |„iss on thrlr personal lip Olfa Murphy: fgasiHB of summer able it simplicity. Don't overdra over muke-uj) or over(ilaria t'larry; The hotter the wouther tbc inonj aratex I drink — sometimes eight glasses a day. I IInd il COOUDg and Rood for complexion and BgUra, Mylvia Shelley has just one word for It—"Hclaxatioti The UhitMin Hut W HITSUN WKFK IIAI tlnv. Up-tfltOd el r.-<'i; %  u ( itraw, with a white ilk ribbon and "chignon" of out white eabbi \>.. I worn by frutersa <>mirlrlll-Trhkonia (eoametlea mieen llrlena Rubinslein) when she arrived front New York to open her new London salon. WOltl.1) COI'YRIUHT HRSERVfc'D —L.K.8. To Live in Bermuda S IR GEOFFREY DUVF) ber of the CaBtU} of English grl rtaalm is leaving Bngund next vrar fcr Bermuda A BOUM which he is building there should be finished hy that time < going for • sons At 67 he is looking forward to a kinder climate. * %  ..,! golf ami yachting. In I-ondan Sir Geoffrey Jive* with hit wife in % %  House fiat. His or.r ion lives in All .C| I, .1 Brief Visit M R and Mrs P Hcwttt-Myrina left yesterday afternoon for 1 by II W.I.A on a brief visit During theii tay ti.11 will Uthr guests of Brig. Sir R.tK'rt Arundell. Governor of the Windward Islands and Ladv Aiundell Thev cxiiecl to return to Barbados on Friday. Mr. Hewitt-Myrmg is Public Relations Adviser to C D. IDd W Hcturnlii; to Grenada bv the same plane was Miss Elaine Wells. On Honeymoon M R. and Mrs Uiwreiio* Roper of Jamaica who are on their honeymoon arrived here from Trinidad on Monday b) B W I A Mr Hoper M a planter in Jamaica Mrs. Roper is the formei Falih Dignum. a niece of Mrs F F II llubeoii. Thev had been 111 Trinidad for two weeks and expect to he here until Friday. Mr and Mrs. Roper are gueslr at thr Ocean View Hotel Trinidad Businessman M R and Mrs John G Emanuei of Port-of-Spain who had been here smc( Ilth May returned to Tiinidad on Monday afternoon by B w 1 A Mr EmanuH is the of Amenuels Motor Service. During their stav thev had visited almost all the plaCCS of interest m the island, including the Animal Flower Cave They were staying at Indramer Quasi House. Princess's Summer F HEAR from Baden. In Southern Germany, that Princes? Margaret is expected there this • N.. T 10 4 %  S0U....U I. r ( ih. %  ••. A'. *ir I.JO a m From 1 SIS %  %  Tt 30 %  ,./! V I M (UIIIIKIMA M.mb.r.Only; MATINBC TODAY AT IRSOW NIGHT AT *.UI MATIKttE SA1 MNC AT IS OtLOCK I, wr.il imrulkMl rFnim %  • I \I UCftl !*.' *-!> -AM M 11 Tntpinriur SUMnta 1 lorsn 1 APT > '".UHU rAHKiii i i> ot 1 Th* C"l—iw. 1 • JO am Th N— > 1 ...m Hntam tit am (k-,1 .* %  %  I l-lr •.,*,!! K-w.. It I* p.: I 4 ii—.-. W m l>MI tm ,-„i II.. > %  %  • I Rhyihm HriHUfVHi*. *" pm M-mi BtatWa Plv.-i I n p in I r..m Ti.r TH.. T.OS p Th Me* tllpn N->-alUna HMwr.i li'li*-. T W p in Rnl lll*r Day. 00 ... K..I... NcwarMl His K ..i B.-.k.. r.i H*d. • pm run RfMw. %  IJTs LIVE FOR TODAV \ lonel> man .ind a lo\el> ;irl lind the love %  hut makes llicm ease ... A love they ha\e no riyht to . A love the> defy the whole ^o f .H :SS5SWS55*4W5K'-'-iJ;-,-i GLOBE Tll-DAV (V TO MIIKIIllW. 1.15 A S.15 I'M BOD ABBOTT lOuCOSTEUO Little 6&t LlO-w WBLW 01 I nctfJi.Mf tm\j,i (KM VE0OUCO %  spjvosorji aoagqrMLwo AND CORVETTE K 225 Randolph SCOTT Ella RAINES HOYY —i Mails June 2nd i Th Third Pro i n< psHMaaann %  t OHi UA i WAV -.'• .•< 1 looo pm IOI.% P „ lo W 10 M „ pa Canadian Chrr II.1S Men., as -1 M. Ri porti -iii aha iii be thessjeet of Prince Philip's eldest vear-old Princess Thrxilora, who has Iwen married to the Marfrave of Baden for 20 years. Their home is Schloss Salem, near Ilailcn But Baden will be disappointed. I understand that Princess Margaret's engagement list foi Lbe summer is complete. A visit to Baden Is not Included In the list. Showing The? Foreigners C ONGRATULATIONS to those two great West Indian track po formers, McDonald Bailey and Arthur Wint. who showed the real of the International Held a clean pair of heels In the recent British Games organised by the "News if the World" at the White City. Thev proved too good for all competition and I quite agree with Mac who. after the meting was over, turned to one spectator an-i said. "I think we have made the foreigner* realise this is our n.rk Don't you" 1 Herring Report M R. A. ANDERSON, of the Herring Industr) Board, who %  isiied the Oailbbaati area to discover what prospect-* tlMgg ware b>i i that part of the woi Id, hj rv ai I) completed his report. It will be placed before tbe Boaid in the near future. No itatamaBt will he made until the Board ba*/l iM.I tbe report .nd tl. likely to be until Mr. Andersoi has recovered, from hat s'ii ht indisposition. Soft Drinks Only D URING tbe Festival 1 I inent rooms and buffets on the main London open to cab lera going home by late trains, Majority of them will be open till am.mo rnl lnight: usui There will be no CUtM licences for alcoholic drinks Citrus Deal W EST INDIAN 1U doubtless beinterasted hi know thai Britain wss Palactini i blgajeai nistosnei fot itrua fruii nuiing the six-month export sraweek <>i a total 3.750.000 eases. Britan U.ok about three mill Trinidad Anthurium AMONii Ihe m nj and in J\. exhibits at th'West Indie ataiids none attracted n>. | uon from paaaara-by iban .nurium inn Flown over specially frnTi Trinidad. TbSM A. ie many offers %  .> buj thi-m Init %  < %  all dei Una soon as the stand shut down, Uic era sent to brighten tin wards of nearby WHospital. Incidental Intelligence A WOMAN is ., strange .iniii i) B5-%  • "ft that I. II i 18m. aisle in a Crowded store, and then go home and knock off the doors of i. 12ft. garage.--Pageant. /. E .s vorn I. AST iHA.XCE TO SEE | 'TWO WEEKS i | WITH LOVE "I TO-DAY Rupert and the Ice-flower-38 %  'i r%  %  1 ."' i J ." i sL %  i tloy cutter II i> Ir iii) %  r.liin washer%  !•''31 V Uxiten. 1*1 %  ncn trn-p l upMt. (ti Uuawretennl. *• v it tn moro sraya iai untirr I rot W amall. II g ecaoca io uie tie reiatIn %  I r HjrtM i J. Pacts, i41 aa Sea l ACOM. Batra It's a QUMUHH ot ilroa. (4( t'tiia u uiw luns. in HeaddrM'. u OITB htr a. rtns. IS! HaAiH i.ir inalanco. (SI nl. 181 rtruts rou. 1*1 j. (Bl fWU.t u. ISI < SuUild* tlhC '.TIC CaUM. 131 to ihr nort!i-*aat. 151 I. As io tnia. a nop drier. il A. 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U.K. EARNS 20 Mil LION ON W.I. RUM
U.S.A. Gives Puerto Rico
All Rum Revenue
lift !* ,4. IIIAK
W.I. Committee Chairman
Has Fears About Canada-
West Indies Trade
LONDON, May 29
APPREHENSIONS as to the future of Canada-
West Indies trade were expressed by the
Chairman of the West India Committee, J. M, Du
Buisson, at the annual meeting today.
He expressed the hope that the British Oov
ernment would forthwith take steps to remove
restrictions on imports from Canada into the
British West Indies colonies "before irreparable
harm is done."
Canada, ho said, had long been h very good friend lo
the British West Indie* But there were signs that disrup-
tion of trade between the two in what was assumed to be
intervals of dollar conservation, had induced Camda to
look tn other markets to make good the dtnwgft Thi
action which was urgentlv needed was clear.
Tho claims of Ihc West Indian
tiorv "Buisaon added, "rest not only
on their manifest need*, but also
H must be remembered that almost
everything they produce Id cither
;. dollar earner or a dollar saver.
The dollar situation can only be
screened by the continuation of
.steps which have been taken."'
Tli" year which began with
many uncertainties had ended
with most of them unresolved. In
some important respects they had
incrMMd rather than diminished
Especially is thiv so in the case
of the sugar industry, the foun-
dation on which the whole econ-
omy of the British West Indies
colonies was. and must long con-
tinue to be built.
"The position at the beginning
of the year suggested thai at
least wo should be able to count
on disposing the whole output
of sugar within the limit* )ire-
.cubed by the Commonwealth
Sugar Agreement In preferential
markets, even though of
more than a quarter of If would
have to face severe price com'
petition. Recent development,
-.eem in threaten even lh.it expec-
tation.
Rude Setback
"The strong hopes too, which
had been centred ofl the eig;
dustry have received a lude et-
baefc. T raced not only with the dnVap-
i nf the vision of thai
Increase in trade which could only
have been made possible by a
ubsiantial cut In toe ptnal rate-,
of import duty maintained by the
United Kingdom, but on top of
i: ippointment. it is
now threatened with the removal
ndattng market which m spite of
high duties. It had contrived to
ii-l.iiii in this- country.
Wr find tlic iiim bsgustrj
forced to struggle on in the face
of a ruinous Import duty rale
which is stubbornly retained In
spite of it;. obvious relation to
declining revenue returns. "At
. might have expected lhal
iipiiortunity which would both
have benefited the revenues of the
United Kingdom and at the same
time assisted West Indian colonies
i.nd would have been welcomed
.vtth open arms. Indeed we might
have been pardoned if we had
hoped for much more.
Compare Puerto Rico
"For the United NnUon* have
all the same alms and high in
priority among them Is the sol-
.mil undertaking to regard the
interests of non-self governing
territories us paramount th:
being the word used
charter.
"Unfortunately, this matter of
mm duties reveals a marked
contrast between the conception
of the United States of America
and that of the United Kingdom
of what is requiied Bfl Giving
practical effect lo this high aim.
Whereas some 20.000.00" lev-
ied by way of duty on rum im-
ported from British West Indian
colonies are retained by the Brit-
ish Treasury for its own benefit.
Puerto Rico Is allowed to retain
the whole revenue derived from
Puerto Rican rum consumed on
ihe American mainland.
"The contrast appears more
striking "hen it is iMseabsrod
that the *um retained hv the
United Kingdom Is double the
total Custom* Revenues derived
from all sources by the calofcise
in the West Indies.
L.N. Offensiv.
Slows Down
TOKYO. Ma- M
Determined CetftntOnltt resist- j
SIMM on the eastern sector of the I
Korean central front tonight
Slowed down the whole United j
Nations' counter offer.-.,
limited gains during the day
The advance continued slowly
in most areas In spite of a check !
on the east central front where [
Communists sent in fast-moving I
reserve troops south east of
Yanggu.
An indecisive clash was going
on. but the full allied strength had
not been brought to bear in this '
area
Communist resistance was again
lightest in the extreme east where
South Korean troops maintained
their advance north-west of Yang-
yang and United States' trosps'
on their flank pushed 6 miles;
northward above Hyonni.
Renter.

the
Lords Will
Investigate
Trefgarne
'From Our Own Correaponder ..
LONDON, May 29.
Central llgures In the drama at
the resumption of Commons this
afternoon following the Whitsun
recess were Lord Reith. Chairman
of C.D.C. and his predecessor Lord
Seated six or seven
feet apart in the Peers' Gallery,
they listened to a surprise an-
rtouneemenl thai sn nquirv is .'
take place as to whether Trei-
game did or did not keep his
Hoard of C.D.C. fully informed.
Tin- fact that ihe Wutrovot*?
has arisen 0;i a subject between
the former Chairman and mem-
bers of the Board was disclosed
by the Minister of State lor:
Colonial Affairs. Mr. Dugdnle. |
when speaking in defeats on the
Annual Report of C.D.C.
Dundale recalled that recently
In the House ot !
when ctt-i. ii^siti^ the
arising from the <; .mi |
Sthcme. had maintained thai all
material infnrrm;inn was in the
DUfdatS, 'ullv re-
ported to the Board". Sonic mem-
bers of the Board of Ministry
continued to maintain thej were
not fUlly Informed. A roquiel
WSJ mad" for nn Inquiry into' the
matter.
Welcome Suggestion
Secretary of st.it'- lor the
Colon* hoi ing ]
consulted Lcrd frelnarnc who,
strongly welcomed the suggestion I
Mr, Dugdale continue I
SSked the Lord Chancellor to ap-
point a parson with leg
ence to conduct an Inquiry Into
reltvant facts in this matter"'.
The name of the person selected
b to lit announced i;.ter. The
surprise of Ihe House at the .....
nouncement was uoded to by the
fact that Dugdale kept it till he
had answered one or two point!
of criticism levelled in the open-
ing speech of Ins debate by Con-
servative Walter Fletcher. Dug-
dale had earlit'i referred to the
qualities of both the new ami the
old Chairman of the Corporation.
Dugdale said the unique achieve-
Tients of the corporation in two
ihort years had been due in very
arge measure lo the Trefgarne
drive and initiative. Of Lord
Reith. Dugdale said' "in him we
have a Chairman whose great and
successful experience in running
public services will be of inesti-
mable value. He has beuun the
present task with thai
energy and determination''
Throughout their stay In the
Oallcry. Reith and trefgarne
never glanced the other'* way.
While direct references were
were being made to them they
lowered then sys Without In-
quiry, the announcement of the
debate had already taken on
.pecial snenificance with their
presence. Speeches reflected recog-
nition of different char
of the old and new regimes
Relth's first report was referred
to as a "revelation".
Wefll German Govt.
Sends NoliTo Allies'
BONN Mav 29 |
The Weal German Ooven.....nl
today handed a note on the Sam
question to the Allied High Com-
mission for trsnsmlsslon to three
western allied Govern mi
The note was handed to John
.1 Mc Cloy. United Stales" High
Commissioner. In his capacity as
this month's Chairman of the
High Commission he was behaved
to urge western power-, to prevent
any measures anticipating the
final settlement of the Snar ques-
tion in a Peace Treaty.
Chancellor Dr. Konrs
auer will report to Bundestag
(Lower House) tomorrow on the
contents of the note during the
debate on the Saar
Kroter.
Will Discuss Sale
Of Citrus Fruits
From West Indies
(From Our Own Comavottatui
LONDON. M;i.
'pHE SALES of Wost Indian citrus frull
juices on the European continent and in Can
ada in the face of Government subsidised American
competition, will be one of the first subjects for
discussion at the Seventeenth Congress of tl;e
Chambers of Commerce of the British Empire to be
held in London next month.
Two hundred and fifty
HENRY MILLER, the Jamaica akin*
Team in yterday' game v*. SfOTt u
"Marked Surcess"
The three-day trade expandinc
onference between Canada and
'he British West Indie* ended
Monday and officials termed It "a
marked success", on Ottawa re-
port states.
Recommendations developed
from discussions are now to be
placed before B.W.I. Colonial
.cuts and the United
Kingdom for final approval. The
nature cf the recommendations li
not disclosed but they are expect-
ed to have included one asking
Colonial Governments to consider
Hons cpm-
goods supplied bv Canada, the
n that Britain
ionlal Governments more author-
ity over spending their earned
dollar' and make more of them
Tor Canadian trade
ft W.I delcsale* have intimat-
nig move Is uo to
Britain Their own Oi
mpnthetic
with Canada's urging I
*J tin rage 2
Hardstaff Hits
151 vs S. Africa
NOTTINGHAM. Mav 2l.
The match between Notting-
hamsbire and the 8 Uth A *
i rickets** ended lamely li
here toda> after ihe to I i
i.< .i a flral innnu h
svi n i ui
1 ii ores were : South Afric I
J04 and lVti for 2 wickets
Nottinghamshire JUT
Joe Hai it and be-
came the highest Indlvldti
against the South Africans on this
tOX i. beating Denis Com) I
for the MC c. si .
Hardstaff batted six hi -
ten minui.
,3 tours.
The South An
aeeond innings to get in
uselul batting practice on the
goofed if nets the rim Teat will
be played.
larii Rowan batted with groat
assurance to score M Indudli
lours m just over ihree how
Krulrr.
Itottomley Sees
Sugar Producers
I-ONDON. May 29.
Fresh from his sugar talks in
the Weal Indies. Arthur Bottom-
I tory for Overseas Trade
to-day met representative* of the
Commonwealth Sugar producing
eeaurtrtsa. A Board of tracts
spokesman said he repented the
assurance given in Barbados at
the Regional Economic meeting
Apart from these specific as-
surer ees the Bttokesman added
that Government remained lull",
committed to the Conui
Sugar agreement. II.,
that if -uiijr is unraUonod
biitam in 1953 end consumptl
has increased at leat a pmpor-
lurmte increase will be made in
purchased 'at t h
gnui.inteed price.
Rreter.
63 Entombed Britain Prepared To
In Cmil Mink Talk Nationalisation
BA91N0TON Norll
Knglsn ,
I
ym all of rubble 1
. .
hop

rdrcady known t ...
I i
ripped along tlie mine's nm'W
B toouu one
other nit:, was brought out
An oftl' .
. trapped
This mi
,i .
ground.
- rnt ( i .. aaaaW
tl
tad
...
i still I
Of Persian Oil
LONDON May 28
lid today Britain
tlei enl of tha ivtsi.-m ml rjta
(HIM I .....(I ii.itionahsiiln.il
.i thai rasp* ti" II<'
1
i otlatc with Pel
in ht to repudiate i di

mods on tin-
ipetnng da) ot the Hou s ol < tent
was the
inlrmation thai
Biitaln had told Persia

n said 'he oflci la n
Red Vnilrtl I.iikI
1'lmnl. linii I'urms
In North Brazil
Gromyko Urging
N.A.P. On Agenda
P ifWS v q 2S
i
met 'in ol tho Foreign '

mat the North Atlanta
item mi. I

Heater
M
A i
I
nhla. n- ording lo

roni Sau i
1 i
ons Hqw-

.
Braxilli



U :i. U

Rrutrr
Wants Governiiieiil
Slatciuent On Riots
CAPETOWN
A former African Cabinet
Minister to-day called for a Gov-
ernment statement on last night's
riots outside the Parliament
"Bring AS MartV Japrti^Rtou^in which 51 people were
icd followed '
itration i,y white and coloured
citlwns against the GuvcrnmentV
coloured franchise policy.
Harry Lawrence, member 0
General Smuts' wartime Cabinet
said he wished to emphasise tru.t
the clash between police
demonstrators oceum
demnni'ratlon had concluded

Swart, said that on In!
he had. he was not prepared "t-
defame BOttse by ..ppolntmg a
CVnuniasaan of Invest
Swart said IS police were injured
He gave injuries amnu.-
as 33 but *aid he did not know
how many won Europeans.
HretJ mr-n
were arrested ft
gerous weapons ajid atracking
the police I!- .
As Yoif like -rVofl
BUENOS AIRES Kb] I
President Pgeeaj sal I
Argentin;.' rs open lo
all Japanese who may like to <* -
'ablnh themselves here. Address-
ing 400 members of the Japanese
community whi flockeo
ernment House to pay him tribute.
Peron said T.ring
as you ilkc. Any
problems which m^y *rl*e we
shall olvc in a week "
fteuter.
VATICAN STAMP
I 'roop More in en is
Are Dangerous
the
pn
A'
r arliameiv
mighi


: H which
.ird. r-.l |
: I li
r" return
\ .
I i
ing to gggreui
'
He sa
I .

i. frcsslon sgali
Snarett idded i
Ai .''i Leaj
i '
cean forn
Sharet! n
to full soearaignt) over the de-
i
i
been to cancel the ha a*
.irni minida'di
and shift the
westward* to
source*.Reutrr.
\ir (ionniiailflrr
Sent Ham*? To U.S.
rOKYO U B
A
i
I ii . I'.n i kdgi
lha< n An i i
Inaws had been i
had not
ecnti ibutt
i Gei
ol thi !.
wing, w\


formal


1 '


demands
ecjutpmei
Renter
ministerial ml
twi "if that srwjlfl
ing 'he Horn
M.ii t i.i M-c I'M development it
utncnit.v hsi bags
it i>.. c lei Oovem
Intheilo no)
tiu-ii re-
:
but on ihe snh " t bavs indicated
prween
unilateralh
n Mahi tji i Oovtrnmsnl
uld not ...... i rocadun
h ni'v believe thai thru stti-
I.......n tl ssjneraUy
'invl
in i-.iiin ulai
rSCtkm that Ihe United
...-.(rniiient hiiv.' ipoken
publicly ;.: si caiici-l

h tion ot .i

it Ml.....f't Government
pe thai
i account of Uh
. nl in Teheran
and lhal nesjotutioni can u-- inlti-
ill stn
ill '-1....."Mi '.mi
Reuter.
I U Commor-
wealth terrttortee vmII attend l"i
ginning on June n and
week
i .. : a. Indian d< legate
li m Mar Walhet
Dtrecti r d n


iwtn ol the Wesl
told me today that at tha eorlw I
< pportuntti he would bring to t' '
rv 'ii,. < i Congreii ,|" attempl '
lo cui umveni unpei i i
preference! an alteropt which was
. n
li lamalc > i itnia Iruiti i< '
id iri.ii \\ grapefi i"i
At the
ii(-\<-innwnl pays to Ihe Unite i
States' pn dm. is ol rttrui IVui
Bfl
carton ol grapefruit luleg expot
i s dollai i"! rt" l
frutl
Repn entatlvi
i (old me todaj that thu
. irtlcularlj on gr-pefruii
Si, . verj dllfli
in product in I
|1) ;-i. hit W
Indian tanned |u* I '
hut "f - i tubshh
prudiieun
can mi'" n I i all Uu
snu
Tin whole qui

A i -
cussed in Committee earl) am
lh, reporl will ihi
i t
hot

na wnli
hi fit

i Coi ran on thli
.111,1 othet ihi iiii-ii.. will be ell
,,ii..!..! to Qovernmeni lo all
i
over.
ROME. May M.
The Vat
of postage stamps bearing the
portrait of Pope Pius X (1903
1*M on the occasion of his benti- <. whether the women w<-
[ by the police
Rpuier. Reuter
2(M ^rtiiiuliai,-
Going hi I >. I"arin-
-If** Oat irM"api
.'.
lor wo- <

it of 1

now gune to St. V
June '1


British Fish Supph
Will Drop lt> ;t0;
LOMDOI




i if patrol-
Police lighten U|>
Security Mmsurrs
BELFAST M
Polio ei tighteninj
i-.' the wct-k-end visit
d the King ing Quseti b
ted ini-mhers oi
i ten 'A 1111 i.
.. yj
.

. iJirthern
l! part nl
Brtl ita,
undl i
III .!', I -
sghuitng on
i Under tl
. .
n .^ht mil.


A i in... ,- irol in
.
....
in i Miloidon.
Thu .
i
th- portition o
i started i pi
pacts.
thrt a
ill poUca *tutiuiuand put
Imj buildings In the city.
-Reafer.
U

Reul .
I
JAP FISHING BOAT
SINKS; 10 DROAVN
Valioiis Musi iefeqUsiti' Supplies
Charles B W.hon
WASIUNt; !' IN
United
'. . | .'. i .i

, . i i i | i
Ui nations bIIhmI sgatnal
in Ism,
In i i<.....>i polh v ds
WtUon llrt U thi I n i
ptln
. .
Mandaii ueh pri
ontiea and dtllvi
Unite i btatas pn ducei
i In mak<
restaln 'hut frisndl) powers re
. .
i i-ii nos pro
dornastb eeonornles Wll i
in making such slloi I
l
prevent shipment mi trai
.
pi. .in-1
Rrute
/ulian Hedfl Loiing
Council EleriioiiH
:<
di Wl

:
1
.
the M
it. '
< hrtstian i mocrata mi tho
nU-Communlsl sllte


' :.. .
day seemed to havi

-'.
I
i
.
in to I- sn

-Reuter
MAY SET UP JOINT
WHALING COMPANY
HAMBURG '
The Wi

t. ik in (.<
t> oi sett in* up
I Killr.l In Crash
TOKYO, v
bo Naaeaah
BUI "' vans i
III lot

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1




R. lg Rruier
JUMPS INTO LIONS' PIT
<

Iuard* through
.re huodi
lo'-keri. he kept [he beasts at ltay
bv waviiv
-Reuter
Houte Pass
Waterworks
Proposals

terday passed u rs -
Ins Book Rofi rern
Plan >f the uffopeaad i
li rworRi la '
,- .st M
>lr ">l t. ( \ leasing of the Hi
I
in.li tin n
i inch .ti.um ti
an ti.....xbttng main of the
Deportment ->t thi i i
i
l
;ind llx
: 'I | fire
.
sd a "i i
aid a tin
v .n mi.
Mr I II mikbiMiii I

ii ish in tin i -i.in-i v in.
,iti \t.
iflortng tarmigti I
?>>! wattn uppl]
Althougti
I
m must be) lh* hoi
-
i

i
uratei aupplj gill on r Iht
Mr H W. Rerti I |

Iham srhal sras happenli
W '! works DO) -it"
. in A
.in poslUoii with n
i- ihey .
i the di-i.iv. wbethei
riTiii-nl Mrs
t the scheme.
it .s.i. hoped l
kppolntment ot n-
he Vfatarworfcs that lh
would havi
reasoiiable tlms M
nad passed and 1h<- | .
Miii swatting an
the SVStS
i ChUTCh where rniny
lllagex had iiprung up In
reei then
through lack m
a the moat thlcl
I
,
t.i taring wat<
th msaiidi win. resided In the
llages and Ion -
Mr J. A. Ilayne* ill
lix. would like 10
i iota lo the debate In It*
of st. Andn
\
thai
sbls li
commeiKi two suh ibis ass
those ptpei aoald be put down,
They immediately did that, i
ant, nn signs of
were being
n could not be the Ua k
nor Iha '

.I I da Hi
be onlj loo gj "i


i
*
i linn i* t it ome it." "

Mr K I. Wnrd [fH
wuuld not
dolni nothing He i -


At the praea ssjosasnk, tk
1 C] hod pl|ea but
II.. f, .
stand wati
I hen the:,

J He fell lhal ihey should no)

ake .if i id it *
I
people wouM be
11:. ran
; m-day wit hou
.(,.. Iiuuld u,
I something to aaUsfv thi


Mr M I i si

I. r-
g| On PSgS I
THE 'ADVOCATF."
oavs for NF.WS
DIAL 3113
Day or Night


p\c.e r\w>
BARBADOS ADVOC \TE
Ul li\l -I. \Y M \\ JO, IW.-.I
QaJub Calling
B.H.C. Radio
Programme
i *
X it i
kn< rial 1

n the
F ut arail in the
TW *l d by all

dif-
I

afl mi-
il posi-
tion foi i the limy.
Back From St. Lucia
BACK :
H
. -
v. i \ i rvelUiu
Mi C.
! Gilt***, Mm.
Snyder
.'
meanbc*, of tax Bt
I 0 Tudoi
Barbados' Smallest Club
n
Briclrs
dislike
MAY
ly EILEEN ASCROF

nb in ih.
r,nn.
Rtonlan club of
- rnemo) rmhlp 3*
. nnual dinner
on June Ittl r ! 13 on which
..... Lhi wotId
dine together and drink a tonM to
'ward Cunarti is inokjiif
1 ;
-
Ing But'.- ran get in
. ItUr Bay, Sf.
In l 1-1
Dn. w gat ot tn
G U Oil Co., Lad .

n virninu to
Sack Front Puerto Rico
fcyflSS '. 1 IWVN who ..pent
.v.
[Ui Mi and Mi- Charles
' OVI 1 tin-
B W I.A Other
passenger 1..1 Barbadw were Mr.
I : dd Mr.
Todd is an engineer in B J
1 ten dan sti,> -
'i Club
Marriate or Mr. Smith
OlGA MURPHY
Dvnsr Mr
3ti uj baa married
. 1 Mi
HI
iK the wifr l Reginald
playwright and pro-
ducer 'i'> ai Hamp-

Mr. Smith wat too MP f-u
Aahford, Kent, but did not stand
at thr 1 Mi Rrrltei
play* under iiic name Edward
he collaborates
enharri
If
Mi I 'i 1
ii.tm wai named In thi^ case] bbm
ilrsi iinai 11 orvod In
-1MB.
Is Hie author of
p ..i Slv C.ri.n". *hi< b
11 Bridgetown
Ml IICI this ntnnth. It
eighteenth production.
BY THE WAY
BY BEACHCOMBER
I Forgtf H fry
T. mmg eels
an called,
a re rou ma-
rking. The
..... into the deep
rtfjaid up
near by, If the 1 era em ape nl
ired, you light Ilw
the nets all over
upiln. Expci Intend na 1
il
lasnth or ttftaauth 1
> of tho
So 1 in-
plain thine is to set* thai they do
i have
hi The nau
nd of a eery eloae
in so, one "i two >>i the
elvi
__________.|.jh...i,tii.._______________
CtTos SWORD
MAY u *tin a not-vecy-
iMipuiin month tm wtddtngf
Mtal A. M Unite who baw
neen making Ixmnim wedding
bouquets for "more years now
'iiriii 1 care to tatnasitbcr,'' teiis
mc that the 11M bride is just
as superstitious as her mother.
Styles of bridal dowers have
gad a lot. No longer Use
. , ..
lilies; and nailing satin ribbon.-
ire out or fashion.
na or Idea mil carry
prays a) guidenuM und
tephanotlx." says Miss White.
One of the mt UIMiaual wedding
sprays she can remember was
of baby unripe tomatoes ti
match exactly n sand-coloured
dress worn bv Miss Phvllk
r.Him- foi hi
oatlgner filch* Morton.
Rrceiit bouquets with a IOUCO of
iti," unusual wan
lias flecked with gold carried
by Miss Indrani (' ira-
awamy. daughter of the Acini:;
High Coninb loner for Ceylon,
and u prayer l*mk 01 white
lucharist lilies t< match ilia
design of her ibex for Miss
Caroline Rice wlun ii
Lady Ply mouth.
Summer ISeuutv
yin-iii summci holidays sUrt-
ing inont ncw.s-worlhy cos-
ajattea gra coo] .1^ snow
Three of London1! top models,
whose business It Is to be boau<
bful. |iss on thrlr personal
lip
Olfa Murphy: fgasiHB of summer
able it simplicity. Don't over-
dra over muke-uj) or over-
(ilaria t'larry; The hot-
ter the wouther tbc inonj aratex
I drink sometimes eight
glasses a day. I IInd il COOUDg
and Rood for complexion and
BgUra, Mylvia Shelley has just
one word for It"Hclaxatioti '
The UhitMin Hut
WHITSUN WKFK IIAI
tlnv. Up-tfltOd el r.-<'i;
u ( itraw, with a white
ilk ribbon and "chignon" of
out white eabbi
\>.. I worn by frutersa
<>mirlrlll-Trhkonia (eoametlea
mieen llrlena Rubinslein) when
she arrived front New York
to open her new London salon.
WOltl.1) COI'YRIUHT
HRSERVfc'D
L.K.8.
To Live in Bermuda
SIR GEOFFREY DUVF)
ber of the CaBtU} of English
grl rtaalm is leaving Bngund
next vrar fcr Bermuda A BOUM
which he is building there should
be finished hy that time
. < going for
sons At 67 he is look-
ing forward to a kinder climate.
*..,! golf ami yachting.
In I-ondan Sir Geoffrey Jive*
with hit wife in
House fiat. His or.r ion lives in
All .C| I, .1
Brief Visit
MR and Mrs P Hcwttt-Myrina
left yesterday afternoon for
1 by II W.I.A on a brief
visit During theii tay ti.11 will
U- thr guests of Brig. Sir R.tK'rt
Arundell. Governor of the Wind-
ward Islands and Ladv Aiundell
Thev cxiiecl to return to Barbados
on Friday. Mr. Hewitt-Myrmg is
Public Relations Adviser to C D.
IDd W
Hcturnlii; to Grenada bv the
same plane was Miss Elaine Wells.
On Honeymoon
MR. and Mrs Uiwreiio* Roper
of Jamaica who are on
their honeymoon arrived here
from Trinidad on Monday b)
B W I A Mr Hoper M a planter
in Jamaica Mrs. Roper is the
formei Falih Dignum. a niece of
Mrs F F II llubeoii. Thev had
been 111 Trinidad for two weeks
and expect to he here until Friday.
Mr and Mrs. Roper are gueslr
at thr Ocean View Hotel
Trinidad Businessman
MR and Mrs John G Emanuei
of Port-of-Spain who had
been here smc( Ilth May returned
to Tiinidad on Monday afternoon
by b w 1 a Mr EmanuH is the
of Amenuels Motor
Service. During their stav thev
had visited almost all the plaCCS
of interest m the island, including
the Animal Flower Cave
They were staying at Indramer
Quasi House.
Princess's Summer
F HEAR from Baden. In South-
ern Germany, that Princes?
Margaret is expected there this
N.. T 10 4
S0U....U I.
r ( ih.
.
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*ir I.JO a m From
1 SIS " Tt
30
,./! V I M (UIIIIKIMA M.mb.r.Only;
MATINBC TODAY AT
IRSOW NIGHT AT
*.UI MATIKttE SA1 MNC AT IS OtLOCK
I, wr.il imrulkMl rFnim -
I \I UCftl !*.' *-!> -AM M
11 Tntpinriur
SUMnta 1
lorsn 1 APT > '".UHU rAHKiii
i i> ot 1
Th* C"liw. 1
JO am Th N > 1
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Rhyihm HriHUfVHi*. *" pm M-mi
BtatWa Plv.-i I n p in I r..m Ti.r TH..
T.OS p .
Th Me*
tllpn N->--
alUna Hm- wr.i
li'li*-. T W p in Rnl lll*r Day. 00
. ... K..I... NcwarMl His k ..i B.-.k..
r.i H*d. pm run RfMw.
IJTs LIVE FOR TODAV
\ lonel> man .ind a lo\el> ;irl lind the love
hut makes llicm ease ... A love they ha\e no
riyht to A love the> defy the whole
^of .H
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GLOBE
Tll-DAV (V TO MIIKIIllW. 1.15 A S.15 I'M
bod ABBOTT lOuCOSTEUO
Little 6&t
LlO-w ,
WBLW 01 I
nctfJi.Mf tm\j,i
(KM VE0OUCO
spjvosorji
aoagqrMLwo
and CORVETTE K 225
Randolph SCOTT Ella RAINES
HOYY i Mails June 2nd
i Th Third Pro
i n< psHMaaann
t OHi UA i WAV -.' .< 1
looo pm ioi.% P lo W
10 M pa Canadian Chrr
II.1S Men., as -1 M.
Ri porti -iii aha iii be thessjeet
of Prince Philip's eldest
vear-old Princess Thrxilora, who
has Iwen married to the Marfrave
of Baden for 20 years.
Their home is Schloss Salem,
near Ilailcn
But Baden will be disappointed.
I understand that Princess Mar-
garet's engagement list foi Lbe
summer is complete. A visit to
Baden Is not Included In the list.
Showing The? Foreigners
CONGRATULATIONS to those
two great West Indian track
po formers, McDonald Bailey and
Arthur Wint. who showed the real
of the International Held a clean
pair of heels In the recent British
Games organised by the "News
if the World" at the White City.
Thev proved too good for all
competition and I quite agree with
Mac who. after the meting was
over, turned to one spectator an-i
said. "I think we have made the
foreigner* realise this is our
n.rk Don't you"1
Herring Report
MR. A. ANDERSON, of the
Herring Industr) Board, who
isiied the Oailbbaati
area to discover what prospect-*
tlMgg ware b>i i
that part of the woi Id, hj rv ai I)
completed his report. It will be
placed before tbe Boaid in the
near future. No itatamaBt will he
made until the Board ba*/l
iM.I tbe report .nd tl.
likely to be until Mr. Andersoi
has recovered, from hat
s'ii ht indisposition.
Soft Drinks Only
DURING tbe Festival 1 I
inent rooms and buffets on
the main London
open to cab lera going
home by late trains, Majority of
them will be open till am.mo rnl l-
night: usui
There will be no CUtM
licences for alcoholic drinks
Citrus Deal
WEST INDIAN
1U doubtless beinterasted hi
know thai Britain wss Palactini i
blgajeai nistosnei fot itrua fruii
nuiing the six-month export sra-
..... week <>i
a total 3.750.000 eases. Britan
U.ok about three mill
Trinidad Anthurium
AMONii Ihe m nj and in......
J\. exhibits at th'- West Indie
ataiids none attracted n>. |
uon from paaaara-by iban
.nurium inn Flown over special-
ly frnTi Trinidad. TbSM a. ie
many offers .> buj thi-m Init
. < all dei Una
soon as the stand shut down, Uic
era sent to brighten tin
wards of nearby W-
Hospital.
Incidental Intelligence
A WOMAN is ., strange .iniii i)
B5--
"ft
that
I.
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18m. aisle in a Crowded store, and
then go home and knock off the
doors of i. 12ft. garage.--Pageant.
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WEDNESDAY M \v !. ISA
B VRRAIW1S \n\IK \TI
i'-...i rimEr
S.P.G. Envoy
Due June 20

M. Ho U OH I
MbaU of the Society for the
i*'l on th*
.-ceaaion of Us ZSOth Mrthdjy.
and will be carrying a copy of
111 on June 16th
1701. and a replica of the ship
In whirl flt mu-
sionary sailed in 1702.
Bishop Howe Browne was com-
missioned in St Martin-in-th*--
PlaMa, London. In April, together
with Ova otner bishops who are
eoinc to places where the Society
workuia
tsasasop Browne will arrive in
I
The Society (Or the P
. f ttm (;,.-|>-i h.. *orkM in the
West Indies uIit
In 1701. A:.
1710 th< < rited the
amlah had lieon ucqurnlhed to
tencral Chytatopher Cod*
rlnfjton, OovarWaT of the Leeward
PlTl of '.he income frorn
l used to establish
Codrinfitofi College trhfc
noble record of neiirly two and R
nturiag of work in the
bean.
' was for
cine yean vicar in London before
appointed Lord Blsbofi 4
Bloemtuiitcin in 193.'i
ontecrated in S
drat. Cape Town, Ha I
from ins dtoceae.
In ii spouse to the

nig greeting?, bom lha Society,
deputation! of nationals will come
in England and will he lrorr.is-
rioned al Cantarbury Cathedral on
3eptautbar iiih to conduct
l (ndlei "'lit i-
Edmondson of Jnmui'a
Oiisiu of SIM.

Bray, Rector of Sheldon .:. War-
was sent by the Bish-
i p of London to investigate re-
peated appeals for spiritual help
mam thi Am.
'lines. On hll return Brav appeal-
ed direct to William 111 a/no on
June HHh 1701 rjante., ., Royal
Charter to the See* '
Propagation of the I
prtt to aand an ortho-
dox clergy to -ho PI
,.nd Factories (trading
pa sftsi t" belonging
10 OUT Kinjcdom of England" thus
new Men forward in
cure of backward peoples. The
Href mi"' l Ainerna
in 1702. Work begun about the
*amr lime in Canada and the
West Indies. Work ben
17.12. Since the* wot k
done iii Australia. New Zealand
China, Japan, India, Ma
Borneo. Burmn Slnwwvrc.
R
thua the oldest mi**ioniry-$end-
ing organ church of
and ha- encircled the
world.
Nine Cane Fire* Foster Workers*
Case \-:..iii .1
I SycMfll Disinissefl
A case which waabrougM by the
polio- charging Oolboi
lord of Clapham. Brim.:!- Hill,
with riding the bicycle x-2730
on January 30 In I negligent
manner along UalKeith R
yesterday dismissed wUti
idlae by a city Pofi<. M
irate.
The prosecution brought two
witnesses hut each Of U
1 dBffarant account of what toon
place. One of th>m eOttM not
rannmbar the data of lha offenci
but was sure that it was the
defendant who was riding tht
bicycle X-2730.
Sgt. Forde attached to the
Traffic Branch at Cant)
prosecuted for the Police.
Cccuiretl Monday
rane fires occurred on
re acres of
canes were burnt. Ncarh .di M
the Wuhu
I'lintation. CsVM
ix acres of ll
nurnt. Thev are
l-erty of G. Evtlvn.
Seven acres of second crop ripe
canes were burnt at Harrow
St. Philip. They be-
long to D S. Payne of the same
phuitatlon.
A quantity of ripe cane* were
burn- at Wiltshire Plantation, St.
Philip. A Are at Windsor Planta-
tion. St. George, burnt eight and
a half acres of first crop ripe
canes. They are the property of
O. ! P
Six and .1 half acn
crop ripe canes and thu.
B ratoom were burnt at
rr.r. IMKiim Plantation. Christ
Church. These belong to G. M,
Drayton.
In the Leeward part of the
Bra al Spring Vale Plan-
tation. St. Andrew, bfl
a.res of second crop ripe canes,
the proper!v of ,1 A. Haynev
Another Ore at Joes River Plan-
tation. St. Joseph, burnt flee acres
ripe canes. This
Bra extended 'o Frizers Plantation
and burnt one acra el imnd crop
ripe canon and five and a quarter
fOung r a toon*.. They are
the property of Joes River Ltd.
c week-end a fire nl
ExchanKe. St. Thomaa, burnt seven
fere* of second crop ripe cane*.
"f A. II.
Johnson. In all instance* iho
am covered by insur-
taca
The m-joiiiy of tires that oc-
curred so far during the present
crop season *ere spread over thu
I parishes. "That's where
the lire bug gets into t. 1
who are causing these hres." &
planter told the Adveeate yester-
Ha said that it would be
foolish to .ouggest that all of these
caused by carelessness
nl people who threw cigarettes
fron moving vehicles. "That is
entirely out of the question."
"In British Guiana and some of
the other islands canes are garni
1 1 gc: rid of snakes which may
Ong the trash. *. have
m Barbados, so there is
no need to burn canes."
Latboirrers Make More
He said that the managers.
would OOl
burn the canes purposely because
...
not insured for the full value. We
h. buTnl canes and a
certain amount of insurance
In some cases if we do not
make haste and grind the canes,
ktTim ate. What benefit
^et from burning them"
." 1.- 1 ip.ut froir,
that, W( havg had .t splendid crop
"I feel thai the labourers are
1 .. They are paid
7:i cent* per ton for cutting. lop-
ping, cleaning and loading the
in 1 tliink they M a
I- m pel ton when they cut burnt
canes. On the other hand ihoy
i.im- no treat] to hamper their
oil they gra able to load
.anes. They make more
a v working on bin
although the work Is more dirty."
Ht Mtd tl'at comtllg to the end
on, when the trash
,s i-eginniiig to get thick, labour-
be inclined to bun;
.....<* 1 have stated
a tageous to the labour-
only way to stop cane
. further reduce the la-
waga for cutting burnt
canea so that the good Income
is would not be-
Ineenttve. bi
paying them penny less, why
no) pay them three-pence or foui-
aae,H be said.
Burnt to b*- Rid of Travh
Mr. C. da LeejUW Caupom of
Plantation Sktldon. Corentyne,
liritish Guiana, who rc-
cently arrived in the island to
pend month's holiday, iold tho
te that m B.G. they ruirn
Recreation
W D.C.
rtea cied
huge automobile fac-
' i*?ars hu na-ne because
ware "too noisy"
during a choir recital by a group
of hi^ en.1
Perhaps hi* action was an ea-
treme example at hoar I I
erican companies will go
their worker- happy, but U was
m kha beat Amm
tradition of providing
for employee*, their fin
kende.
Recreation programmes for
workers were sUrtesl early in
ihe lact century. SomeU.nes a
group gathered after work and
played any game they could
agree upon. Sometime* well-
rounded plans vs 1
gn--t manufacturer- bVJ
WestmKhouse who geca
creat'on for workers In his elcc-
tiu. I plant as far back as 1*80.
Of thaM pruriiinai
wen- for workers onh Mow
more than 100 dilTerent aciivi-
u:ing from football and
skiing to knir
making, are arranged bv 30,000
companies, employee associations
and labour unions, and others in
the community
Tin- Wr-iinghouse Compen,"
for example, recently turned
orer a 19-acre park to the eitv
of Bast llttsburgh. A no
was boil 1 in Buchanan, Michigan,
with money donated by local
potation m Foil Worth. Texas.

performed witboul rharaMj for
in loo peraona
Children Nt Overlooked
The Bi idgepoi
in Ihe Stale of Cnnnccn
$33,000 to improve the efty*l
armory so that it could be uaed
for sporLs. When employees of
the OanaraJ BacMe co:npanv in
Providence. Rhoga island, could
not find enougli opponents for
thll team, thev s.-
up .^ty-wide league will; the
help of the local Young Men's
Wi.nitio,,. the owner
of a lace factory, and other in-
dividunU and community groups.
Children are not overlooked
Many firms support yMingttcr*'
baseball learns. Others -.in,i ih.
sens and daughters of workers U.
summer camps, and manv com-
I lab..... unia
children's parties at Chi
time
The belief lhat It's cood busl-
ggg h) hnvr contented WOrkeni
has full approval of Iks
s- Oovernmant So much so
that it recently released rtaajf)
needed deft 1 > all to buftd
a new 5*00.000 community re-
angre In ML Airv.
North Carolina. ., town of nnlv
MM pot 1
FALSE ALARM
CAPETOWN
le dashed up to
n's house to quell a Arc.
only to find him burning leaves
in the garden. Neighbour'; had
given the alarm. The ,
householder was presented with .1
tali for 110 the coal of turninj
the lire engine out.
"bug lo get rid
aavy trash, in thu way
'he cullers ,nc able to get be-
tween thg cani-s more easily.
Skcldon is .1 Hookers concern
and Mr. 1 lor Super-
HUM the lte> crop
. ood. The
eery gnoi
and may prove 10 be a record
- Kdhiug Schooner
fatyi I ir^l \ Wi\
Thai KM schooner
rtoreswe ghBanari
aaak

ice before going I

The Florence Ewunurt
MB I

Captain Re'
iio'i coming io Barbados before.
During her t
traded between Trini-
dad and Grtr.ada with p*
has made trips to other Leeward

Captain Roberts had I
vated ialo a fishing schooner The
ire so put in that-they
can be used as hatches fc
.:,
I l.ai-li. r I in 1 M-l
long and I I of II feet.
a ., frT: Barbados
make a
b foi thei
Trinidad S 1
D. L. Job
\\ ill Srx.O Months
For Lunvm
1 i' with hai
wag fggtageirj paeaed on IS-yaa
eld labourer Noel KfnjJ
1

my.
par of the
1
dial King
'

to 11 inonthi unpriaani
iiir slock
feed. This was In IB4.
Kfcag recatvad lha >ix month*'
I w stealing lu
property irf i>n<'o-t,, k i
on May 13 about 4.58 1
'able 4SH <
noticed him with the tun
arrested him after ho could give
axpfanetlon as to h he got it. Later
the lumber wa* identified aa tin-
property of DaCuttn & Co Ltd
King atked for lanli

/ .k. rams V20m.
On ff./; gum
r'mm Pa^e 1
. -. ...
linal Mgct
iheq 1

'.el sure
nae doUar reaa
wni meet lha
>d thus the waj will be denied
'
W lar liber-
I'rogramma'*.
import
aMP -err set up allowing
(o ihlp to the B W I M
1 .-\|...i;.
-. of the !- -48 period


quota baaed on a


essential good!
ihe go pea

1
lured goods.
Tl
- had 11

I ad that the\
'..' !
the nw" to Indict ic
1
Kruler X CJP.J
MornsngCoughs
'
Placed On liond
For Stealing
1
b) a City P<
aid gull'y
. i '
.
a ol Black Hoc*
the defendant
( with the

RHEUMATIC
PAINS
Her9 it REAL re/faf .
For real relief from rheumatic
pains it is essential to correct
thru cause. When they are 4ne
lu thi- a 1 cumulation of bodily
impanties It means that your
kidneys which should Alter
away these harmful impurities
are sluggish and need a medicine
tn tone then id De Witfs
Kutnry and BUMer Pills wr
..((-u.illy prepared for Use pnr-
-..'. Thev sootke and ton* up
diwicilerad kidneys so egeenedy
that these vital orgaaa pseduy
retnrn to ihcii normal lanction of
rlraiing, the ayatPSi of iinpuritw*
I> Aw.ua Pels hav. been
^ olirvuig rbeumatK suSerers
I in many panai of the world
% with frost ucoBss. Thu fine
mi-Tu me may be fust what
you need. Go to your
uat and obtain a
ippry of DeWitt's
Pills nght
OUR
GUARANTEE
11. Wrtt's (Mis are
manufactured under strictly hygienic
coodihona and the ingredients con-
form to rupd standards of onnty.
De WITT'S PILLS
ll Mm t.i I i. iiwll I- n| -ji-
lt tegatsi ts niiiasii] "tkad 'i
nl npwl ni| 1.-1 ii)In .l'|>i'*d,
Trnflli "
and ymi'r* il'-rm* Ir.ifn o
-.illinf-rr.bralsuf
1- m im: -.ii
MM* lusl im rgy; i itii- ^ 1
,i .111 il rsfes
BKKFAST
TOXIC WIXE
Fire /turns Shop
Ami Canes
A (Ire at Mjukei Mill. St
1. Mondag niht mm-
pleteiy deal royarl
to Cknrwd n 13
address..
The fire extended t..
house and da
.ii I kitflieo
roof attached. It bi thi
of Geuftland LbMotl ' dwaei
Rottom. s* Oem get 1* 1
sureu.
t 1 ^0 hole*
propertv
of Mr cut r ( Jehovah J
Skefdon'i executive itaff is made
up of aoout \7 Ruropi
1 be factory turns
OUl Ion b> 15" ton* Of
d.'iy. depending on the type of
1 thai "i lie... i
their poor soil, Ihey experiment
with more v.uieties of canes than
in Barbados where the soil
richer. He Is accompanied by h
1
Sensational New Make-up
: imittlatitirt
anil /loirilfr
Im one/
*^TMiis?l'^ iai
/ttio
N EW! No' ke mke-up, not a greiy foundation!
* Anssl Face'' la loundatwn and powder all In one No wit nns-.
PS ".' flnMrtlns. "An|il Far* son on easily ami -mootlily with
NEW! Stayt on longer than powder!
The ipnkI 'tlmf mred*i>< fuaed Inlo "AnSrl lsee" mslie"
stay wi mueM lonser than ordinary powder. AaS It'* nevsr SBTHsg.
never treaty.
NEW! Cant,pill!
You'll sav Pond'i Ansel rare-' Is Ihe most ronesnient rnsfewssy JOU'v
ever used it can't -pill over handbas or clothe*. It's perfect ts us
nvtlin.. snyxncrr
vaitine
Helps Mothers lo Breast-Feed their Babies


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IUII\!-IH\. l\
BARWOSi
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rrlnM W Um Aa.acmu
p ADVDWE
Wednesday, Mai i". 1951
TKIIM \l M IIOOI.
DURING the twelfth RWttJng of the
Caribbean Commission in Barbados last
month it wu announced (hat a scheme had
beer started whereby students from the
area are to be trained ;it the Metrop ilit.in
Technical School ii> Puerto Rico.
Thnty students from various colonies
will receive training thanks to funds sup-
plied by the United Slates. The training
syllabus includes electricity, engineering
and other technical trades in which the
student can be of use in the proposed indus-
trial and agricultural development of the
area.
The need (or technical training in the
West Indies cannot be over-emphasised. H
I td been said by experts over and over
a#afn that ihe absence of technically
1 mined | rsnnnel haj remained a severe
hoadlcap t' the area. It has kept down the
rateot Induttria] prosxess and] has retarded
tin rise In living tandazda of local person-
nel as the best paid posts had to be filled
by people from outside.
The selection of students for Puerto Rico
deipite the fact that the scheme h-U I R
financed by United States fund.;, has been
made in ill the colonies, British. French,
Dutch and American,
It has been arranged thai technical train-
ing will be available to each colony and a
Committee sitting In this island during the
last meeting of the Commission recom-
mended "lh.it the Coramissii n request
member governments to consider the ex-
pansion of their scholarship programmes
for the Caribbean area with a view to mak-
ing additional scholarships available to
metropolitan universities and local insttu-
tionsof university status for students of the
The criticism has been made time and
again against Bai bados that matters of tins
kind requiring decisions of the Govern-
ment to Im* taken before anything can be
done, ire delayed unnecessarily, and often
to the detriment of those whom it was in-
tended to benefit.
Hut while Barbados should lose no lime
m yailtng itself of American genei"!> M
offered at th- Technical School in Puerto
Rico, the Government of this island should
adopt a bold policy about technical educa-
tion and build here in Barbados its own
technical school to train hundreds of tech-
nicians which the whole Soulh Caribbean
and Barbados so obviously needs.
Moral Principles
In Industry
United States and in
other nation* of the free world
people rf-let.'
Novarum. an Encyclical issued bv
Pope Lo. XI11 on May 15. 1891
"On the Condition ot Labour."
May was also the tweni
vcrsry of an Encyclical tSSIMd hj
Pope Pms XI, Quadraaenimo
ttM Reconstruct!
if Social Order." I
There is much miaunclemtand- i
inn in the world about the function |j
i tba Catholic Church aa a guide
.1 ia justlj
due him" Further,
and nnnlovrr* should remember
nM In Paliiraora that tnil (1 |..w> cither hunun ->i
-.. American tJiurch dlvm(. permit UN
was soon to daw < , ,. i:w .-.-i.
Me* would soon be led by the bish- wrt. hpd ;, l(l ,,,1, ,., .
action. The aecoi famous labour En-
With these questions beforv I (n n See, Pope Leo XIII i*.u..i lit s ' lical which h.is iin . ,nc ncw
if the Catho-
tutudo n tab
In effect this Letter scales thi.:
tn WOtlUnanMB iDd lo their child- the labour quoxtioii ha* been unde-
ren. The common misconception consideration b\ the Vatican for
is ihiit U I-, rears, m tpitc of dUfareneei
dictate to the people wbut their in pohtie.il interpret;. tfon of th-
mattsi i
.1 in- 1, boii
K.vrmcnt
The Pope denned certum principle
. i oanaidci i-l many cf
: aSimi which had
arisen in the 40 years since tht.
issuance >l tha first Encyclical.
! I'ttcr. issued by
Fope Pa; XI I III rated lb*
.ilici dOCtrUM thnt the i mht to
hold property muni be dtstin-
pdaheel irons the rlatai to Ita free
um laaportant dutfvt hid to be
tied to the right of piopcrty own-

belief* should be
totally extraneous to religion.
. Tl,)* S n.l H "".? '^"'t "k "' '"l,fl "'", mr"'* .**Jchmi"t * cwiTmiyr aSmimm
o ulu.lrate why It la rot so by lk. u,0 ten f jl, C.tho- ,,, ", ,. x,
Ukin. H an example he or ln ,., , ,alu.,s |ating to labour. ,.,;.,, rM, JJJJ ,., ,, ex.
"' """..X!?'"?} iSBST VTr '"" '""" c""cd lor "'" ploi.tlon. It w>, empha-licd th.:
rum: -On the Condition ol l.a- and heami mea,ure, ,or worxers; ^J|lb .., 1K ,,,
For mm, r-n U Europe and "r.""=h- "" "'^"^' '..... ^m,-:-.i hy jel.l and eeonomlc
,- Mm I'nitPd Slntev there ha.l pumre*!. must be so distribute.1
beJi diiu^Sn, ,n CaSolic T. ---------------..Kl K Keen - U. the emmon ,ond of all
cles conccrnniK Um attitude which
wnrkinamen should take toward
labour organizations. These dis-
cussions involved political and
economic questions, on the one
h.nvl .md matters of faith and
moral* on the other.
i.iik-i niiii: faith iind morals as
they are related to the labour
problem were raised by Catholics
.ill over the world
In tin Irimed Staler;, one of the
moat active discussion* look place
aiound the question of the alti-
Bjda winch Jiould be taken
towards the Knights of Labour, a
Inbour organization which ante-
dated the American Federation of
Labour. The Knights of Labour
tued to help tb.' Ani-man work-
ingman at a time when industrial
conditions were frequently im-
nior.dly oppressive. * would
happen many times In the future.
UBOOrt fr much of the good
work of the Knights of Labour
was found among both the
Catholic laity and Uie hierarchy.
Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore
wu one of the strongest advo-
cates of support for the Knights
of Labour. When enemies, some
of them within the Church,
attacked the Knights of Labour,
Cardinal Gibbons undertook to
1,raise its effort* to help the poor.
Cardinal Gibbon!; even went so
ir as to plead the cause of the
esi.cnii.il righteousness of Ihc
KniEbt- Of Labour before the
Holy Father
Maurice J. Tbln has been
1'nlted HUtes Secretary of
Labour itnre \usuot 191"
He w.." formerly Governor
of his native Stite of Ma**a-
chuaeU* and ws* twice
mayor of II" principal elt>.
K..-.-..H In Uie* poltloni he
i.i-itml man* laws to
ilremthen the pitlon of
workers and further indus-
trial paaea. MBra he became
Secretary or Labour the
I nited State-. Coniress has
en rlcd leslalatlon i.i-..h-.
the minimum ae for
Anirnun workers from 40
cenU >o 75 cents an hour, and
It has broadened the social
security laws to cover many
t.l'Jn.....-I workers. The lOO-
relarv b a former member
of an Independent labour
union which he joined while
employed by a New hnitlanil
telephone company He
alronslv believe* lh.it nio*l
lahour-manaiement -h-imii
can be settled by frlendlt
dbrusalons around a confer-
ence ,1.1. Mr. Tobln is 5
vearn old. He l married and
has three children.
. . be tii-'refon/ promoted
Tin |i regoing applies tn one of
the Important 0O)0Ct.VM of the
Chureh: peace at home. Hut peace
at home may be enjoyed fully only
wher we are at peace as a nation.
n i- Bar thM reaaon Hurt tin'
Church has let ilwlf the duty of
waging? peace amoni peoples as
well as among
The Church ir in favour oi
\,< ... .. ,i iriii.il punciplr. nut ||
is fieceaaary t<> letorinuia whith various. lUCflBH ad puUUcal pro-
posals will lc-td towar Tl are Dan be. and inc.ed there is
much disatreement n.nong Catho-
lics about which political and eco
Uoaa will tesult in the
greatest neaauro for peace, it is
problems tnat has faced
Anvrlcan leaders for mMOf reari
Afler II.. la peace *>
threatened m Greaea .md Turkey
The United States decided that it
objective of peace could best be
g dncd by aiding Turkey and
ijii i ven through military as-
Tod >v Turkey ami
.., ... need from commun-
ism. Yugoslavia, once a dominant
member of the communist inter-
national, 45 at least no longei
CIVIC ACTION
THE Barbados Civic Circle has been
doing a fine job of work during the last
twenty year-'. The preservation of such
beauty as there is in Bridgetown) is dlM to
the work of that body whose members have
wooed the Legislature and parochial bod-
lea ror ajaUtanea,
The Esplanade, the Fountain *n the Pub-
lic Gardens, and even the Flowering
shrubs around the entrance of the unsight-
ly Public Market is due to their persistence.
But the motto of Ihe Civic Circle is lo
operate without attracting public notice,
to get thing! done tactfully.
Tins would be an excellent policy il eon-
ditiOna waited I'll us but today despoilers of
beauty are not co-opcraiive. They do not
act tactfully The jertv-btiilders build any-
where, anyhow and any sthapc.
The process of building along the western
canst of the island is daily robbing that area
of the beauty of the coastal scenery. Fur-
ther building should be regulated ani re-
stricted ao that the remaining beaut) ol
this par' of the coast can be preserved tor
and. The nv'tto of Ihe
Civic Circle ia not enough. An a
policy to win over Government rrtemba'ra of
tnd all orgai .-attons is
urgently needed.
nf Rum) i and certainly u* not
thane* f"i tamlly bfc "1*1 recre- a threat to the peace of Europe.
ition It condemned excessive The nWtston, Hi. I runian !> hilil and fern tie lalniur; it utlirm- trine, was :i "*.' one It Is ubout
L-d the worster*! rlghl to Drgantae< th.> unw sort of decision which
purpoaM th* US. was forced to make In
Let it be clear that neither this Ki roe. Wt< wn.: into Korea to pro
ROOM when some Encyclical, nor any other, invades teel the pe;ice, to pro'-'cl a people
other Catholics desired that this private COOOtnlC or political from interrational eommunis'
naaoUation be condemited. In rigiils. aggression
his be was Joined by all but two It docs not tell an employer OOW We in the United St rbtt ta*v
if the American archbishops much to pay his emplovi-.s. not |be moral ti", d of knowing thn.
These pleas of Cardinal Gibbons ,,.>, employee HOW mum we have not been Rullty of an
and other like-minded members hi demand in wages from the em- aggie- live Bntti In Korea. Thi*
of the College of Cardinals came plover. These are political end moral integrity must be retained,
before 1'ope l-eo XIII and were i.hiiiipih (lie !..i.. which must be fOt Ihl N WlttM II it -'He Godless.
c ..u-.nt.it'i by Um for many year*, decided elsewhere. The ,idvocnc> of aggressive war
me United States. TtlUfl, altnough the Letter of is 1, crime against God and man
many lnl.iut-niitidivi pfleotl " I'ope Leo XIII myi 'lie lowest Ji |g ., crlma >. itBJt God because
carrrlna * thell eOOO Work AW 1 be made equal wiUi the e trie- to take from Him the deci-
1 ihop [roland, of St Paul In un bJata ' it make* u etaai thai alon over human life. It is a erina
st lie ot Mmneaota, In 1H89 told n "amonk the most important dUttae ugamst man, ls-cause it de.lroys
meeting of the first American Cath- nf emtdovers. the prlttclpa] OtW II his moral fibre
Death Plot Boy* Set A Nation Arguing
CAN YOU IMAGINE I HIS
HAPPENING HERE?
From SAM \\ IIITK
PABIC
DAY taW iv foe more than .1 week, the
iilfv COUttroom Ol tba little town Of Mclun
has filled with a fashionable Parisian
They have been listening to a murder trial
ivhich has gripped all France. As witness after
witness has gone into the box. tne audience
of society women, authors, stage and screen
: tars have heard a story of adolescent day
dreams which became terrible reality when
they led to murder.
The two accused were Claude Panconl and
llemard Petit, both 17 when they plotted the
murder of their fellow-student Alain Guy-
ader in a forest three years ago.
Had they ben tried shortly after the mur-
der, the case would have been heard by
;uvemle court. But French juvtice moves
lowly. The trial of the adolescents who are
DOW young men opened only a week ago.
THK INTELLECTUAL
The public have followed it with passionate
.f unea.-y. Intonat For the boys who aat in the
lock with a look of resigned bewiluermch'-
had aped with grotesque fidelity *hc manners
md morals of many of their elders.
Panconi bespectacled, thick-lipped, the
choolboy Intellectual with exotic Literary
ustessat with hi* heud bOJRrad
Petitsquare-headed, tough, the habitual
ruant at school whose reading did not go
>eyoiid Jules Veme^gazed fixedly but fur-
ively at each witness.
The prosecution case brought a third actor
n the drama, still young enough to be tried
>y a juvenile court iS'^-year-old Nicole,
vamp of their sixth form at school and now
developed into a brassy slow-witted and phys-
ically not unattractive young woman of 18.
It was for her that Panroni shot Guyader
with a gun stolen by Petit from his police-
inspector father.
The e.i-r 11 ven led tb;d the mnrclei came :i-
I'll \4 THAI
SPANISH
GRAMMAR
U. II ills A Ford
Advocate Stationery
Was IliiU 1 n Secrei Service i hief
A British Agent?
1 example*
quoted bj
mint say f
of llitlei'r
L'NTiL now praeucally nothinK By mom(hmi:kv iiviii miv Ma da Heie are mm
has been known bout Admiral ,, of bin handiwork, u
Wllhelm canam. i*n from the '"'"'": ",' * \'m'' w"uUL* Mr c,,lvi" *hi,,,, '
rad that he run the German f*00" 5rem.i ^'"y"' IO.OOO thid hi.nl to believe
SeciTt Servi.c from 1935 until 0*nc0"'' ,,'cv.."pS?^'d ^f"1: .Canaria Uiioancd ut r
IM4 when he perished with the -""ve-. to my win. ni ib mat Dkin to launch the lmtwafte on
other h'.ii .tors In the ,n |aUon of eighty million'.' I X^ndon the moment Mr. Cham-
plot lo overthrow Hitler WhlCh ''" ""' vvnnt mpn "' intelllgrncr, berlain made his t
I in July of the latter 'v;"', lntM "' hrutaUtj la rut ion of u., sui.-iquenUj
,,,,,. Until this pOUlt CanarU had Hitler was peisnatleil not to make
lb-day (here i- published ;, believed thnt tl, n- this poattLly coaU)
bewk which auaaCBte that, not S1 " "' WS|C5 whtl' wmM be of no
qnlv )l|(1 mid ouiiidc a iienoci of Na/i importanee at that euuw. Cattiru
with the cotupiraton throuuhi>u' fevoluUon, Kow it i^ alleted tnat was unable to Eci newt thiutiah
' this period but that hi- '"' beaan 10 nova doubts and lo of the Changa "t planhence
ivi-vej detaUa "f Impor- un|k Hitlers downfall. that air raid wanting winch Lon-
tant mlUt'nrv developmeatl to At first he hoped that thbi don received shortly after 11
Iintnin.' Th.- author, Mr Ian "'"".u * achieved hy.way of a o'clock on thO_ mornina of Sep-
Coivin who spent wearal reai
aa a newapapar e e-
respondent, elalma thnt Hitter1!
hief of utaUlaenea played thi
dual role of Germa:
British agent
That Admiral Cnnari*
cru&htiu! fwilure in -Sazi tliplo- tcmber 3. 1931*.
macv which would Utterly dii- Similarly Omaris tried tn
credit Ihe readme According to inform us of m* date of the
Mr. Colvui. Canarte did Ins best invasion of Norway a warning
patriot and to inform tin- BTlUSa Qovera- wfalefa the Norwenian I^-^alion In
raant of Oermanara munary BerUn omitted to pass en because
an weakness during the parwd of \% was thought too incredible to
Kill Churchill'
WE owe Caagrla one othei
in H acoordlng lo Mr Cohrla
I :.:..;
agauuti him. um. i at leret
Sereke chlel la
nge for the nMUissinntion ol
Churchill. Canaiu. deUber-
fflclent Intelligence chief end the CM orlah In the rummer )K. t
anved hia eountn well Ihero ol hktb. urgjna Chamberlain to
little i >t Thai ''" Hmtra Murr,
bai elao became Implicated ariui To aa amli ary ol the &i
the anti-Nazi gciv i - tenteil ('fi-nuiu teener a Is who
rand damta, '" the iKht <>i in-- went on aaeret visit to England
eventual faU\ .n this tune. CaiUUrIa is reported _j^
But thnt t'annri- an ex-navid lo have said: II you bring me
officer Imbudl with all the tier- from London (>.isitive proof thn' ',, '
man ervlce traditions of the <>i.i the iiritish win make war if we .
heel ahould have daUberatel) Inv...... Ctechc-Slovakta, i wul Shoy^u i uVeii* h,w
I bis country is . the.,. ,...,k.- an end of Mm. ,-K.me. The 'U""V**1 .' *"t!*, ;'' ,j' ..\l
wimh i and tnmcuu to i.....li tim tnm 2 clSmTitoutr *w>artu,IIUl
Ithout (urtbar evktenca laari Britain to aaaist Cnehoatovalda nnaflr^f art InftnaaJ thut
Mr. Colvln hag adduced. in the event .f .wir Scivlo warned us of the
rhe Venud........I had am the emleanrj rucceeded m f^;,. ,. ,,1^/1^
Germany'i irmed brinaing back, n ki said. wa .. ,.,.,,,,; ,,, mm. heii
,.. ,onu. e,io.,.e iu warning lettci from Mr. deatrucU^rfrart.
ib LegltlmaUi utteiUgcncc Churchul,'who as not then a Motv neande tlnn liiene aeeer-
activlty. HenceCanarhva organlaa- membei ol the Government, that Uonj lin. ,h(. iivUuU o( caaartafa
turn WVJ known as the Abwehr if this Issue eu- fin. e.1 l>> Hit- ,,,,,,1,^,110.1 in the conspiracy
or Security Bervtee ler, war would come -ooncr or whl,.h ,.(fcl hu4, hw Wfc ti^^.
For some wean, at least later ^ *" rjermnn eourees
camii is worked loyally In aupport With tug we* are told that JJJ ,!na -uabie
( the Hitle. reguna Me CanarU did what be could and '
received the tuekname ol Uefca i.> Bepternhar u ifl3*t Qoneral
or "poopar," on account of ht-. von Wiuieiien conunondeg unsatlable eunoMty. i tell them the lleilin area, Qonora) Halde
what they want to know." he and others had their plans read
Once mid, "and wh.il they eim l arrest Mitlu en his return
p..-
on to othei
1 Wmit Brutes
THK lirst sign'- of
pparenUj come In iaa wtth
ihe "puige" ot Qaaavai von
Fnts.ii This incident 1
shortly after the apl
treason trial* In RuarJa "l M*," .
s.uli Hitler in dlaeuaring Buum*sa
Fairly in 1944 Canaris was
dismissed. Hitler had called for
a report on the situation on Iha
Itusxian front which Canaris
bad provided with hu usual
ceuraej Are you trying to
1. then came t(.n mo |.|t | am gotng to lose
;-> ibe war?" riwuti I Hluar over-
"i the eonse- ,lllnmi; ., ;;iMe and seizing the
HUnlOfa and Admiral
Fuehrer, replied Canarl
have raid nothlruj alMul losing
Ihe wai 1 have u ie 1 to explain
niKKhAr IU, l ., 1 an, sup- |{i I. I 8
posci to bare worked naminsdy chlcl I r, bu fan
aiiamst the CotOM fCotlae
from Tageahteacade
Ihc rtewe ! CI -
flicht 10 Oermanj
I W HI rendei a
a of the
September :.
......I 1
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LID ANO
i climax to a lonjr period of totgfUM aehoolboyl
(lay-actinu in which Guyader set the pice.
'Ie posed as a black ma; keteer with a suite n
1 Paris hotel and a string ol DuUgtH I
olayed the role with such conviction that he
not only inspired the envy of his two school-
mates but dazzled Nicole.
Day after day Guyader told then, tales of
Ihe fortunes he was making from deals in rugi
md armaments of his evenings in Mmitm.tr-
're night clubs and of his plans *o kidnap a
Russian general in the event of a Russian in-
vasion of France and flee to Morocco to set up
a "maquis,"
Nicole engrossed in her role aa "femmc
fatale." told Panconi liiat if he were only a
"man" like Guyader perhaps she would lake
iome notice of him.
But then Guyader told her she was not
*mart enough for him. She enticed Petil by
telling him how easy it would be to rob Gtiy-
ider; aha told Pancon, she would bo his if
inly Guyadef were out of the way.
The play-acti'ig which had produced the
murder was matched by the histrionics of
witnesses and counsel. Only the judgeobvi-
msly deeply a (Tec tedremained aloof from
he jnstlin;: for the limelight.
sin: FAINTED
No "performance*" matched that of Nicole.
The girl alternated her glib denials and occa-
.T.,il impertinences with well-spacod faint-
ing fits. She fainted four times in the course!
il half on hour, and finally allowed herself1
10 be carried feet first from the box.
Last night the two boy? were sentenced;
PanoonJ to 10 years' solitary confinement for
hooting Guyader. Pete, to live years for aid-
ing him hy getting the gun.
Solitary confinement i.s the thud moil
severe sentence a French court can impose. Ii
o.itails confinement in a small cell after prison
A.uking hours, without any of the small lux-
uries granted to other long-term prisoners.
In the case of Panconi and Petit the sen-
:ence is largely a formal one.
They have already apenl naai \y three yean
in prison awaiting iri.il it is thought that
Petit Will Ik released liter .1 year and Pan-
eonj after three or (Mil years.
They are now liable to be conscripted int
'Jig French army and they will probably jx
MTVg their sentence in the hard labour bat-
Uilions of a French military detention bar-
racks.
But the central problem remains unsolved
by the trail. Are parents, teachers and a kick
post-war society to be alloted their share of
Ihe blame?
That is the great unanswered question
ivl ah every household In France is debating
to-day
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IW lisi SDAV. M tl St, IMI
i:\KII \IHI> UIVOCATF.
'*> "VK
Legislative Council
Told 2,000 Required
For U.S. Farm Work
THE HONOURABLE the L^sbtive C
pm. yest<-rda>. itu H : 45 minute*, and then the Council adjourned
until next Tuesday.
k notified the Council tiiat the QoWTI
d the Honourable Mr. Chandler lea duties
u-emKr 29.
< .: :
i revkdon
i rapcaed arntgi
B the r.s a
*
ivllows
rerooi hag
Um honour to rarer to the Resolu-
tion concur, cd m by Um
tlve Council
1951, approving of lh. I dm
itaa 19M-52 No. 3.
i-ndcr which Ihe sum of 1440,000
..urpose of 30, 1930?
up !o 4,000 Barbadians to Whether any informaUOfi If,
work in the United Stales or avaUabM showing the prob .blc
A'.i.'ru'i Tin period oi .it Mi muu uu
I luring the course of present rate of increase continues.
and to forward for the What itop I u an being
\JS< < *. Honourable taken with a view to COOtroUlnt
ISSHU2L?S2 &rther in"1- u,e PP^* , V,i S5 bl'c" "l,,,V(" artataa rrom ovar^opulatko?
- Qhrtton ma pa*d S3 Pnaktont, baton
Selection '*'" Iwalneaa "t Ula i... |rn Uw
attention of honourable members
l[ li now Kptetod Ibi ......rox- lo the tad ih.it ha had t
S.0MI Barb)......M will ad leave of dbwmv. unit durini;
tnoru* b. required IW gricul- that time there would eot
iui.,1 woik j ih, kbaVWaal uf 1 a vacancy oil tlie Board ol
i .mem, .it Agriculture. Subject t
.....motor/en l,ve provul of the Council he wa<
tUVSS '';".'.'' "" "'" J A Mar.o,, lo
111. Ih Of Maj! ..ill, il. object arrvr on the llMrd In III ,
111 ivurkei wi \| M
iroalpraaani The Council concurred In
ii- nun Inoleauona inai imploy- supplementary resolution f..i
ill continue beyond 12 $9.7111. ti.......
ileatlon for i relieve dlatn
loneer petloda naa been iiramed norm and flood daman durlni
1 lilted States Employment 1948 mid 1949.
Service In reaped ,r Barbadian
workers. The r.11 minis of ihe Bill Passed
wcrkari will vary, and no Arm _. .
can be given at this stage. Tnc Council then passed a
The minimum wage rates will be "!" '" "mend the Parochial Km-
7e. per hour, and .! some cases P'oyeea Pension Act. 1941 ta
80.- per hour amended by Sundry Ac!,, lion
era for trarwporuni u,e Jf. t. a,ie look charge of in.,
worker- to I .""' ,"1'1 ""' SSS" "'''''
Have been called for. and "'' '"'"'' .*? '" author..,- In
11.....at of the upward passage of EUJ" "' "' "1"'"1 ,1" PW
e*dl worker from Barbados to b"""*, "" "" l'"M...i ,, ,,;,...
Jamaica (or IU equivalent), which '"""'"'' employee, Mr. ciale
-........ bom. In Ihe UM Inatance S" ""' Bl" *f """"" """
11 1- Qorernmenl of Btrlwdaa, Sfi ".," p"',s' ".'!';
- the Peso. Mm) "" l"1"^ o eonlinue the
lutlonu.i-1 prepared, was estimated j'""' w""'b had begun during
to be BW I S62 00 is now knin.ii ,hc w,r -ve"r- "" accepted n
! amount t,TbW.I S7u ? .- *"->"","!J" "" ","'' F'";!
whole of this cost nf upward '" ,""',l"nf .!"' '"", ,"' "" B'"
.111 1, chVrJed ''"' '"'"" ," ."""'
agalnsl Ihe worker's account; de- T"'.'"' ,."'" I"' "m"< '
-." ..i*. !-:;......S3 Ks^s.'sja-f'!, s; srs
in BaHtados.
DodUcUont will also be made
from the account of each worker
lit Barbados at the rate of B.W
J2.00 a week to meet at leant part The Honourable Colonial Sec-
if the -.-s' "f In- it'iiiiii i.iiii.n raCiry moving the second read-
irom Jamaica (or its equivalent) ing of the Hill told the Council
to Barbados. These deductions that he did not pretend to have
will contll i re "(. aa itui^ more Ihnii a "uperflci.d knowl-
;is the worker remains In the edge of the export of Fancy
United Slates until he has repaid Molasses. The Bill had been on
til-- ul 1 i ! -i of his repatriation the Order Paper for several
iGWI .7.t;>iii rrom Jamaica (or inc.Hhst. In order to give < II.-'
mlent) to BartMdol 'o the export of Fancy Molasses,
he said, a time limit was impos-
Krrruitmem C'nsl ed for the export of the
Thi revised cost of recruitment Jd*,,nlit)' 'n "' ;
Is *15.000 (in re-spect of 2.00C
workers) compared with $40,000 v- priMiltr.
(in respect of 4.QW worker*) at rrufliirt
Um in,i,. when thi ReeoiuUon wi, A-. canned molasses was. eom-
pn pared. It has subseiiuently .natively speaking, a new pro-
rerlAed that in accordance duct. It would naturnl'v take
rith the Migration for Employ- tome time to establish market*
man! Convention (Revised, 194). for it; and lo ship, or even to
(.overnimnt Employment s.rviccs nil molasses produced in tho
in cennectaoo with the recruit- crop year within the period of
ment. introduction or plicin-j of nine months during which hlp-
rrdgrants for employment should menu were at present allowed
lared free and that the was proving to be Imnoailllli
administrative costs of recruit- An objection to the Bill as
ment introduction and placing suhmltted 'n the I'ouncil *"
should not be borne by the mi-
granta.
Act. 1937. Objeil .f the !Ml
ti> permM the sale and export of
Fancy N lUssiS In COnlaUMI IKM
execrii-,^ ten wine gallons.
In view of tins Convention
coupled with the fact tin I
. '. ran itriatl in t!
.I from Jamaica (or its
equivalent) to Barbados Is greater
than tn previously Mummied
cembuied cit of repatriatioti and
Kcruitment CXI
that people eould etbutr the In-
trnllon by exporting fancy
moUs. In containers of less
thn Irn uinr ttallons, while in.I
belntr In itrrlllsed cans. i i. -
revised amendment therefore
spefilit-d sterllloed m-ila-ssrs in
s'erillaed cans.
Ho would move |ht) amend-
mentf .t the appropiia'<
HfHi. G. D. L. Pile asked whe-
proposcl to make ...v attempt u. ,her
Irom thi. worker the COM ,. h ,ip(..rre.i .h.. Bill
Of his reeruiUiien. expense, other ',-'.' "^1^f,1r^ ,.,^r,"
SlMTlh'S ",., Lie" "" <-""""""-' lnqulry'Thleh
this connection are that, on pre- had v|slled Cnnad|, rcillvr .,,
"'"" >',''k,'r' the ex|iort of fancy molaiaei.
1...... <<:- ''' '" "' ""'i1-" The Colonial Secretary replied
SUUM of America, no altempt has ...... or hn||
Keen made lo recover any part of ml th,. whi, c-mmit-
the repatriation expenses, and that ,, ai , ., ,. m
a large number of workers, in re- ,.., ,. v..,, , (
,,.,,.it,,i,t .v- lh,. committee tad
will I- Incurrod, .Mil be ported
I or oilier
I AIIUI II Ol I II I IIS \l(l!l\l
The Trade Act (T.
-. i of Mol 'i \
R-gulstiona. 1051.
The Co-opi i live
I tie,
((iiestimis
Ht-ncurable P. C. M
m ins inaaaUou i-> moju
the 23th April. ''' "" Honoetnibea O .
i illowi
^ H the estimated popu-
tion of the island Mt |>
1- '* '
B HaW "*
^aW ^^ a^aa^aV BawaV aV Ban! .K
House Pass Proposals
From Fair I

ol water,
he wowld Ilka la
aw ^ aaanj eopla
t it dUBcult
pood nipp > Uuougfa U
land pipes
the ne\t
He wa sure thai M

j iseph apoke whan
Isaetourable meeabei aw
Ihel 8t. Mich... t-- la the QUi
pproslsBateti rtatl pi tl the Wc-i isscUea
ii n nf the is and and shoOM M of Kctting a good pnee 'or West
Iharafo have prior claim bs> Indian sugar. i>r ei getting erm-
t r i ase of an.
it will staii in Mm most pOOUll tad BOO peoples of thi We-t Indi.-
had a great deal for which to be
lh.,1 the Clue. Fnjtin- thankful to the Government ot
the Walerwo k^. f m
time he came to lha Leu rid hud The hnn. junior member for St
S
omeone's
st
i.ttlOll,
MR JOHN H MILLKR Pm.oiuiH Director of tile Fall Rivei Cumin.
Co.. Wlsconln and Mi W II -BUI" Meranda. Director of Tral
gales, Rf-ori Airhno irnv-d from St Vincent yi-teid;v b,- B O
Airway*.
Thi.! morning th.y lie.in recnuting lahoiirer- for temporary em
ployment in the U 8
US Officials Here To
Recruil Labourers
As far aa
Bat i.
id to la irn
that tlie Chief Engin t |
i ( t.. .

peadtt)
iM-t seotei ml thi Id
Warleigh. That wati
Would nippl) the Warlelsjh Rewr-
v u c iiti be iio i
wa a bopii t \ efora iht
end of the year t. have that tup*
ph davt
..a,: ab i ii" mi"'"
ttat the Chii-t ingtneei
Miti wale
me and pri mi a i them
that in the in\u future he would
bring a peograaa icpor. to the
I ii h OUld --.iti (> i'voi %
critical
n< DM wdau i
,ji the Hoi, Senior Man
st \lii n.if, i^.i t said he had not
yet (truck, lha nail an lha toad
He did um t>ei va thai lha vrorh
gana hi St Michael was more
than it should have bOOTI Ha AM
mil think tli.it thai a-. tlie re*is-
,.u fn, tiny not gati
olpa in the nintry oMstrtcts
> .- egi em tatting ararm whan
h said that the local fOVOnUTSBCll
antiral) t.> hlaa i
V K Qovonamanl was also to b
famed. Th.- hoOOUfabai -hi"
m.'inber r peeking
N ^h a gr...'
told Qtorn that whan
ti-.i- :!% could .'.'t no pipe, what
h:ile they had. wus being sent to
the oilfields m IVisia Tiiai
Ih-> (.h you I
'.'.I' I'Hlll-
tiy villages walking
n ire mile to gal t uekot .t
gi Crawford mi am1
doted "The Brtitah have pip*"
mil. io be sant lo the
i
Now the Persian Oovernrneni
\' .ti taking tin-in ..ii over. That
u ii hal i had nolle
irn iheii: had I"' '
He said thai ho wa ronvtncod
thai Ihe lha local I
more to be blamod than the U.K.|
If the
Bi it.'ti ..nt- ha i>T<' I
thai uj bus the plpi
tt . U K
"Oreo us the dollar* t" buy their. '
. an gat them cheapei
i i .hi.i,i.i. .u tla u s a. it
WIN WITH
SpaldihG
OVER 70 YEAHS OF SPORT
C SPALDINC I BROS. IT0
I :.ti\ -Iistrtcis ' .
.....ii iH-i think ii.ai ItaOov- io-",,- ol Ilir l.-.i ..
ammenl ...... lo M W.......d exee,
1,1 "" '"'' "'" '"" I, Ike thi
ktloni lo the , "".".V
i;............. front the ruthl ( 1 ">
l iiivi nmeiil
eondlUom
ratei in out
iTiake the itrongoat
MR. JOHN H. MILLER. Personntl Dircctoi of the Fall
River. CanninK Co.. Wisconsin and Mr W H "HiU" St
Meranda. Dlroctor .1 TraJBc and Salag Roaoti Airlines,
ninvod from St. Vincent yestenlay aftarnoon ihjorti) aRgtr
2.."10 o'clock bv a B.C. .*.ir\vavsChartc- flight. Tins m^-'
at ..'io o'clock, thov K'Kin recruiting .abourera foi u mpoi "nlv 5" u'" SSS"S^ D'Z'.'
souices.
He knew that In Um peri *. i
Michael and Chrii
11 colossal bu It!.
grammes were in-lng carried out.
watei was umg turned Into lha
bulldingi In st aeorga the) had
100 YEARS
AGO
Ulsr IM>IA\
Ma 30. IR5I
Al the ...... inn; nf t)n-
Haaae f Aaaaaebiy the foi-
lowlmt report from the
Raaliaag Fnitlneer on the
in -lit.I.,his It) I -1 lhll-,.,1,..
a coiling wlurf at the mouth
ol the Cwoaassga read:
"With ri-ference t the
Koyal (JniEinecro tinice. Bar-
bados. f>uvrrnor*B letter to
io nf (he ?lh InsUnt. I be
to sequalnl vou. for in- In-
formation that on examining
Ihe mouth of the OaroOBagO
M Bridgelown. Barbados,
with a view to repurl on ihe
practicability or forming
uflhin Ihe Mole, a Costing
Wharf a credible M all Males
of the ltde, hy .tram -.hip* ol
Urie fir.uu i i it appears
Ihi* the work tt rerlainli
prarlirahlr. but thai formid-
able obslaeles are to be re-
moved .
Two divine bells ai laaal
I'.-uM In- required, and, is
the pregreoi wi sueh works
u aaeejsaiu) alaw it n
thouihl 'but iuu year* would
be the shortest time in
whlrh this proj.'e. cuh! I"
accomplished, unless it wer.'
to be found lh'I operation-
were favoured by natural
circumstances. which II
would not. afore te'tlni out.
be rlihl to calculate on.
Trr M.nsirm t..... of the
CiijIiiib Wharf would kg I
rtmrtarativrly simple oper-
ation: but, as It would of
course h contingr.it en the
greater work of nprnlnr the
harlmur*. mouth, p k not
thoueht Baeaaant] la eater
n its det.ii- at praaaal
1 am e(e.
W. C W'Altll. LI -Col.
Mr. Meranda told the Advocate riieic is a lack ol [ordb I
that he hail been to Barbed'. | ,.,,,, m, Itnstamante had
MV.ral nines as a member ..f the ..,,,, that when he
staff of Nationwide Airlines, On fi Jamaica, ho bad bean to the
ISth thfa rear, NaQon- crown Agonta In Engiamt fa
i Ui-ort Airllnao mocged them and got pipes alone witt-
they arc now known
Reaoi I An
Mr. MUleri Ik 4, would iv i
.. reel ..it i | uu I iboun ri "*
Barbados, but Mr. Marvin KCI
Ung Green 11 ml Co.. ol
Beaver Dam. Wisconsin and Mi
A. L, Keene of Ihf Koent CanBlr .
Co., ot Proaport, Illinois, who an
due 1.1 arrive 'ti Barbados toda^
will be select inn then men fton
here. Mr. Merai.rta is isapreaant
u.g some thirty 01 forty other
pumpe
He JmpfO tli;il th0 HOB Si-nrni
Hi f m Michael would
.
thai the local '*oornrnanl would
iii.n.i- mm - ntatton to Ihe U.K.
fjovernment. tellinn them what
tins wanted.
Mr. C. H. Adams <|.i Hid thai
the remarks of the lion. Junhu
Mr,,ii..i foi Bi Oeorga had
brought him to hU hart
Hr. J. B, T. Branrki i |C)
Hon. membei wa an
of tin
inalapenaabilltj of watei
ihroughoui tin- length an I
i i ihe c ton., thi (:
should gat the material Iron
v. herevei thej i ould. II
n"t 1.1-iiij
. .ul ii;. tin n *;.ivfi nun iii -iii.ui.
make repreaentatiori t.. ine Unibat
ranted run-k Klrasdom foi i st i.....rit) m n
speci ot thoaa dollara tot lha pui
in- material
BuUdlnga were gjatag up evary-
i hare and II iaarnad 'i'"1 pipe
was available lotaehoei foi th
if tins was sn iii reopecl of om
u iiik. h% not in raoasjet of an-
other, Mi Hi.....ket i
"if we only have a certain
.niniiiiit .if iliill.iis v.,- -tumid gel
Mime pipe aaeuurve to
......bi i ai la .injtin .,
without water,"
......li.,M,. uin, n,,. pro>
T N
Ril-icl Test
men will nave to go thron
thought that the Governim-.il al- gramme, said Mi Brancfcei
ktwad t' many things to ii- ld Cot | Health of th.
mam without mpreaentlni '] had uibmltted
Ihemaolvea .'* lo ,nc Government td tl
M
Adams said that hi-
a fairly rigid ntodlcal test to qi
ify. T.nrhiiiii on just on* i [ lha
t.i. tori, Ml Mere da
ii'iiuyhi that a mlninum
|i .-th were
for seleetion i
. th.it they pan the other
health requlremi
rhe type ol wort Ihe men- nil!
Mills atiutillur.il leaning
did corn Borne may ^t were doing
ork en beans and later on it may fl......| think thi
., siH-aking with .. sense ,,( ies|-.nsi-
'" i.i.. 'Pis.. k......iii...i.lii iiimaii (riii mil .
biiitv The horwurabla Junioi
member '"i Bt, Oeorge I
Unit Mr Ihist.imante had got J'lpes
; which they
ilUtegy in.c-.s.iry in
Ihelr pai I Do not let m a/all
Until then- i ;.....that war when
ui* will be again told rou
from Bngland for Jamaica, but In get pi pi- now th-rc is anolhei Will
m, Ad ana) woold prorai lo M i n
tin- evidence of ihia deal
Whin he went h) Knglanil. he
brought tip the question of pipes
onlal Oftct lelllng Ihem
i ti -ldei of the lh
think that Ihe British << VI n
Lh Till A
im Idei
Mr. p k Miller ii.i ..ui thai .t
WOUld he well ll the t lnvei liini'iil
could ask the United Kingdom It
.illnw them to PUI I
i '.ui.. i i 'i what i -m : it . aa ii gfj
aMa, They cerlalnly COuld DOl
. git i ' h I-
bla for s.me tn conilniiK ,,. tv w, . ihe ouaa- Mr. o. t. Aiider pointed out
ntO the southern States and uon of pipes and how essential it tii.it several private building*
work m the sugar cane and cotton was to look on Ihe Went huli" as were going up and all thi plpa
industries. a priority area wanted could i- lacured At tho
s, u,m- ...i m. umn-i. He said thai he w..s t.,l,l
*JS iillX ,'. ,..ii Intniiu. si ''"!"" ''"' loan wan p4p li m whtd. f.n ..bout-tu or
tilds whiih were connnltT.-l DMfi
niportanl. He was assuiing the
House that the U.K. Governmenl
wa* kopt constantly aware of the
Uluatlon in Hnrbndos.
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ugua, three hundred utobi s1
Kitts and Nevis and fifty to
hundred from Montserral.
Prof'ssf)r Lf^is
Prabed It The
i. ght t '''.
should get in| ihat the
iniilerml ini|
lUocatod aroun I Um ialaad
Mr ;, FA MaHjtaay aald thai Uu
.mill v of lha Bi lib'
fit was to Bill the .
goods Into oountriaa where they
Mr. W. A. Crawford that he w-a. hure there was no
honourable member in the HOP I "', on expori tradi a
1) enough as to t"
llOVi that the lumouiahle loeinoi'l I thi Colonial r'mpiie
fut St. .Joseph was the only leader Thi walei devefopmai
rf,- oi .i iii.uiiTr. p..it-, .vim siK.ke ihi rt......t iirmortanoi I Barba
IlOUSt' Of i .OMIIllOII'S With a great sense of responsibil- aid he tl
I./.NDON, May 29. "xhe remark made by the junior
John Dugdale. M.nisler .,f St.de n,ril|(,., ,, st CJOOTge with
WAGES COUNCIL
eying thai
yet
\mendiiiei.fs
Messaco (irrtilatid
When it was considered by the
Mr. Chandler told member, fe ZSZZ&T,.::.
that he would give instructions sir John Saint, wh- was Chair-
to have the Message printed and man of the Inquiry Committee
circulated, and if they wished to u well as a member of the
debate it. he would have It placed Board had said thai in hi* vl<
00 Oo Order Paper for the next the amendments to the Bill did
meeting. "<* need lo be-held up pending
Report of the Select Commit- the report of the Commute,.
tOi on Vocational and Technical The President told the Council
Training with special reference thai th Report of llio Commit-
to Part-Time Training 0( Ap- '**< Inquiry had been delayed.
Qm and said he believed it would be
, nt of the sums o roa.d>;"0O^f,M w
moran
Traaaum by the Canunlaaka '; '",.,u,"",,:
of Pol ma quarto* J '" J"' JJ" *,"
ment o Passages) Order 1951 thv ,,.
The Petroleam Drillm ano tl v,h.|t S||. J((hri &( ^
Pro.lucUon Regulations^ ]a. on. Mr. p,|e d)d no| p
Report on the \ ilal Statistics the matter further,
of the Island and other Bagla- The Bill was then passed
trations for the year IMS. amendments.
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Union which U
'''i.......th .mi from
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Council for the Clorks in order
10 achieve a HtlaaWtOTy aaitla-
rnonl <>f the demand (or imprnved
conditions made on
FOR JAMAICA
N m>a. May 29.
Ab:ut thirty men of th'' Welsh
Fusilier* left here laM night by
H A SC Vessel for Jam.,
large numJ r.s. Major.
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:; i.tiv :
;. ..ill he I....-il lor sj
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29th May
I 4iid on WEDNEHI) \\
.; 30th May
; N.B.-Our Dispen-ing D.
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t.. the Colonial Developrnent Cor-
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would be poaal
I colonial "Mi.c
with th- direction <>f tl < Corpora)
at cuter
itelelne to Ml HustallUinle'
going to Lofiddn to gat pqn-s foi
waa rapaatad by Mr
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cjueen's Park
Mi liot.iNianii' prefaced bla
remarka ai that meotlni
ml tb.it he knew wh.it he was
ulxjut P. ...t would In' i in.i . .I
in lha I0.-1 Praaa nd n the
Press as well. He
ihe U-iltad Kinajdoi
thai Ihaj b."i t" ajve them thou
right to buy Ihe material the >
wanted when thev MMlld get it.
Mr Mottll lid Hi
Chlei f.i n ti ( tht ^ '
I ih. work hi iraa
doing. Thi
.i.i I'
w. ui.i be round thai out ..f |Im
Ii lied a ivallabli
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. .ii i v tin ... .1 to tho
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Snike some H.rpk into the bol '
tve overmfni AN **
Tnir'* alt. No b*u*h i* ncedtd
'IlitpK-'v" ihoiouth 4.ncn ckjM.
jmld;ot}Ofiw> ihe MMM
part*>r hfi^" "t" I
Oil I \I.V\III I AT ALL I.IMIHM.
HAiiiiWAiiK scours
HARPIC
PILES""'1 ,""" "
RlM-tnat DdnTol .' *"
mlifIl Dr. ChoWa Ointment.
Soothe it NMTft < b0-
treatment loe uver jw"
DR. CHASE'S
Antiseptic OINTMENT
SEA VIEW WIST
HASTINGS BARBADOS
Under new management.
Dully and longterm rates
quoted on request
Permanent guests
welcome.
Dinner and Cocktail
parties arranged.
J. H. BUCKLAND,
Proprietor.
" tUJ.
-u'-i-
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Monday to Wednesday only
THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
IW NOT SO SURE TUAT [WHY NOT? ME
MASKED MAN IS ON i KILLED TME
OUR SIDE' 11111*1-----. SPV
THE RES WHERE US BULLET WENT
ME DIDN'T SHOOT AT LEE'ME
PAST HIM'
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
Usually Now Usually Now
Bots. Heinz SALAD CREAM 44 Tins Vim Cleanser llarge| 24 20
Tins NESCAFE 1 80 Pkgs. Putted Wheat 32
Bots. STRAWBERRY JAM M 48 Tins Mortons Herrings 40 36
48 Tins Mortons Herrings 40
In Tomato Sauce
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
Every spoonful gives you Cal
more and more aaP'
energy and
fitness !
MAOOE m CHNf>N* ANCTv*rD
QK ME3 OELATTVE3 TO VC
fob a jca rr u_ Bff a
PUlASUOE TO Th^3vv mi\1
, OUT- l
A MAN 19 OUTtitPfB | VWIAT
TOSFE >ou-e-
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fcvery ipoonf.l o( Kepler' lvi you J rich
supply of-.nimini A and D.
These vitamlnt arc nature's wonder workeri.
Muring health and freedom from illneti.
Men. women, children- ill mould tun
taking <.yKePlr- ,o4m
Igfur.^. iDUajIPaAr
KEPLI
COD LIVER Oil WITH MAI! EXTRACT
A BURROUGHS WELLCOME a CO. PRODUCT _K
4-*. .( t. i
RIP KIRBY

BY ALEX RAYMOND
MALT VINEGAR
//y Art -
7/f Brewed from Malted Barley
SEE THAT TOU GET-
[rosse &
jLACKWELL
^GENUINE MALT VINEGAR
Lotol Agt"tt .-
T Gedde. Grm Ltd Bridgetown.
FASHIONED
fit FITNESS
These hand omc non-dinging
Acnex shirts let llic Ixxly
breathe. FfcahlOMd KM
the woajdtr cellular \\ no OfdaM*
t'.ii t ,'. i.
! i
b hI. i
I tsmrj .
Iicat hi toid,
tMayn
lp their vrunc. AvafltMl ai all
;
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NAME
ADDRESS
7
THE PHANTOM
BY LEE FALK RAY MOORES
For all ii lii/v sinus
WANTWtJ KEEP\ -
IS

While shoes, lo pass muster ]
in compuny. mutt he spot- |
less, immaculate. Use '.'Hf>p -.t,
Propen's White Ren or Propen's ShiiAhitc No
surer way of Ml
that while shoes are while/ 1
i*iioi*i<: it r s
fUUrUflS WBttB RE\OVATOR
'MARK > YOUR
'BRITISH CARRIER
"^jJ/r-^P*?: 'Ml FAJTfST SUV1CE TO
"^^E/r-^P^**1 TOO SAVE MONIT TOO ON
, ^^ /^ ivm i.iTTii. ^0*-
^7*"
ASK BRITISH WUT INDIAN
AIAWATS FOI AIHMAiL
STICKHS
ALWAYS AMMAIl IF.ITISH fllW FOI SF1ID AND KONOMY
BWIA
BIITISH WIST IKDIAU AWWAYS


HI h\l >I,AY M \\ IMI
n'.lillUiiiS ADVOCATE
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CLASSIFIED ADS
TtLCPMONI 2801
r r M
, riaa*> or Engagement 1
in Carib Calling the |
'- U*> for any nUR-.ber of worts j
Mf1! ,
I
lel.een ISO and lp.NI., 3113 foi !
. p a.
IN MfcMOKlAM
I I 1 ll Mil
Mi M .*!.-. Un Gerald
Rrath.alte who depaC-.:
M. 30. I Ml
You ire lont but BSJVW forgotten
FOR SAU

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1
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Bui inany a Ulent While other. *r- -...
Fvrr remembered bv M
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era1 ran.il> SO 1 SI lii
II \H\MioDlii loving memor.- o( am
near onr Henry Allan Yearuuod -hi
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Youi loving hand* ran do no more.
POT thoa. pan loved pan did your
aft
May God rr-nl you orrnal reat
Ever lo be nvriitMiM b, Mr. Carlotta
s..h.,k. Onralr 'only daughter and grand-
.mldien 2*3 31 In
raiti .uuo miio. E>*ii*ni
condition At Golden fjl . Phoneeft33. Hi ill in.
I m m Spark Pluga.
tfphalelen H mi ri
Icmi p. squire -i Ule
1*1 IMII VOIKIS
I OH HIM
- id IS
mil.our
Mi <: |
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JHOTtic,.......
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>in i
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.iMiiMta of the abonru>niM I
I'MISOMI
IMIH.lt SALES
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HAT | ru.iii.hed p|a(
Dundee. Bi Lawrence Gap,
W>pl. O
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KVHNIBH
fiat
at
July IMI. bclrui thr (la
"*"* d addre*aea, and Ihr i-rlirutar,
ul th.ir debt, o, .Li,,,,,. k1 Ihr MWU
Mid addreeaee of Ihvir SoUcilor*. K ani
to Ihr undanlgned II Um i
.are ol Urw Cirr u.gt.tn Seal. ,.<
I" Street. Hndgeio*". Barbadoa. the I
liquidator of the ..id Company, and.* Pi-
ll *o required b lag tare in writ!
from the
in and prove their Hid rtrl...
lime ai.O place ... dull
iierined in auch nolxv. or ... ,i. .
tt.-re-i IMy will br #ludl l.nn, i : aiu.i i
i
M or Pbal,
1
Sittini i
tar. Ktl.r .
idrr .lan,,!
i-iNcoijt jrmofl
I? I 51- ?r.
Dial
banafll or any d.stt.aMt- n
urh d-bla arr provrt
Dalrt int. 1M dav of Mar 1*SI
M I IMI I *H \s
I iquldalo'
iill T,
hnl A|-pt
; w.ll Coa.l D...I aaT
IHI l'M.1,1..... VI II \l. I It I
\"i it im > -iii it 11 ki.i roi i<
Maara. Harold Prov-ib* A C>. Ud
having mada iworn drpoaltum thi
t H 71.104 on tlir In,
MAHKHAM !(.. r
1 tutfl ',-,1 wllh J
a ,i...
i M..1
H ( p
hLKCTKK \I.
n Kirmis jo.
.1IKKS IIOI' Wl
Hhodr
*. Whltr and i
TAKE NOTICE
DREAM
Th.il KOA.- A roiHI.K PfflODUOTi
i IMfTI '> " paw i rparau d una> i
Ipa laajn | thr l.l.n.d o( Jamaica. Manu-
hablrata. *M tiada o> bunlneia adttrr*.
I. Producer Road. Wral did. KinlMon
Jamaica, lui'."h Wot Indto. ha* applied
lor th rrai.tralinn o( a t.->da mark in
pan A- of rtaai-w. n i>ftci of cn-
in n oap drtrrganti and all praparat ana
lor laundrv purpOM" nd al"o In iMprrl
ol prifun < i MOM artkli.
urrparatlon. lor the trth and hair and
oiidinipil aoop. and will bi antitlad U> I
MISCELLANEOUS
. \:.l.KI.l .i ii
,, 1:. I-. '
1 VIII ...
'- '
3a S M 111
BARGAIN Ijidie. Brow
Modern and a- sood aa I
inul co.1 Phono 2*03
1 T I'SIHl i.
T-iiipt Bowl*, .i
wav aa Marplr
i MMa|i .-1
.....
aflat
, ol May. IMI. un*
n ahall ii | noliea
Itipalaata la ma I IB "'iTiee ol
phfei 3Mh dap "i W
M WILUAHI


OIIII \l \l
SOl'VENIRS. CURIOS.
JEWELS
New Shlpmrnt opened
TUANTS
GALVAMRIJl RHaXT*- Ra.1 qualll-
new aheau. Chaapeit In Ih* llt>d I
ft tSO*; T ft 1MB. fl HTI; 0 l tl M
10 fl U . Nell coah. Batter hurry !
A UAKNES > CO. LTD.
1 SI I I n
I.ITTON S TT^ rr-di .Iblpnienl f thi.
particularly popular Tea I* now in Ihe
handa of our trocer JTleea unchanged
Jonl y HutwHi. Ltd.-Agania
2 5 SI In
1-twH.E l-OTTEBY-Jul racalved In
mil plaqur* In flying duck*, blur bird-.
Ml *! ornamefil*. CafaratM
loKc-. (am dlahei. butter di \e. Loula L. Baylry. Bolton l-ne
MS II an.
I .1... have n< *<-* Kl'llltKlKA
rhoropiu. CuiOT, CappaJ
iM.ii-. and iimtnit Tandaru b
(,., n>a- K.^rr. in C^iltlr Price 3 -
KM am ITU 30 S SI In
THE I.OVAL ..i:.....J i; OF
rilE STARS
rroutlly I'fscnt Ihctr -
mi CARNIVAL
AT QVEENS PARK
On
THURSDAY 7lh
nn.l
SA ruRDAY 9th June
KNIGHTS Ltd
rtock ATOM1TE DDT
ItouKhold r. I
i. Moaqultoe*, Ann. Cock-
BUg* etc.. elc Jlrturrd
30 3.31-On
i:ii .vrio.vti.
KM KIIIUII CMIII1 MIHIOI.
>riMMI IOH\ H\IM II I
TWO ASSI'.TANT MAMIRS. ill A
paduata I ,,l '"
i;i.(iai>t' ai ubldl>ry kiUjiti- 111 A
,........'- in \i.itt.-in.t., Prtih l ranoa
I .., b "!- .l.li'l- To
mbar iJ
SiUry acale.- 400 Tw-Sao JI.SM
i | |ilii, in.irriailr allowance CS" p a .
and MTVUN allowanc. M
aervice Appl. In own h-ndwining.
fcrwaidlng K-'" "*i- 10
The Fern tor y,
II. K'-'ItU J. SMITH'S SCKttOl.
-,. ah Town, Jm
I w I
Mana ciiipf
Iiamling Spcrtarului, Bnllianl
THE (ARMVAI BAND
I n Trinidad.
Sway to the Rhythm of Tiimtl LraiiiiiL' Steel Band bealen by a
team of aatptrt*,
The \9$\ C'oMumc Champions
'rum the South will bring; glim-
i ur straight from the History
nook- when slap.lnR the nctCU-
tion of Essex. Strolclit from thr
Homantlc West come the Wild
i ud the Ranchers, and
out of the Belfry Come the Bats
CONFIDENTIAL
At 730 p.m. on 7th. June,
<. into a family land of Song and
Colour.
Don't Miss It.
ADMISSION:
Adull* 1/8 Children Sd
N.B.All person? who have ot
jineel booths and stalls are asked
1- reeled not later
nan June 4lh so as :- obUlB
Hunts.
II \KK.SON' COLLEGE AND
QUEENS COLLEGE
Keimiva; ol Office'of
SccrclHry-Trea-iUrer
As from the 1st of June. 1951.
the offiCd Of the Sccretiiry-
Treasurer to the Governing Bodies
,,( HnrrlflOn College and Queen's
College will he situated at Har-
i 4n)ge ("i the building
fUoinlnl the lleadma-''
dcneei.
t i pupils.of eilliei dMDl
will be receind as follows:
AT HARRISON COLLEGE:
on Mi iidaya, Tuasdagra and
Wednesdays 9.00 a.m.12
Fridays 9.00 a.m.12 noon
S.i".it i.,v !i mi ,, im Hi I" .i m
AT QIEENS COLLEGE:
on Thursdays 9.00 a.m.12 noon
All cheques for fees in respect
of pupils of these schools must bo
drawn In favour of the "TnMmntr,
Governing Body. Harrison Col-
lege Queens Coiieg. ."
29.5.512n.
Gorton Cole hi
n ,de appllralK.-i lo thr D
i ,;.,.! ",- MiTIl i
i> herrliv givr,, Hi.. 1 .. .... ,,., nh.^n.i.
la ralKd Wtthln one nwnlh of the date
neraof the duplli-alr PdIicv aaked for
will br laaued
Itv Order.
, K MOrWrfla,
si, i .,
1J 3 .'I 4n
'.i ,.!. H .-i
ud tidtii.a- | nig* CW4, Comfortabl.. nee IM I! ...
Iowa. Near the Stj open vrr.indah,
rilling, di room*. S
bedroom*. i
gnragri and endoard yard Aiaitablr
Torn Jui* lit AppU C I
Swan auael Dial JaJI e> ma
NOTICE
lor one vacant M I
ill,-- lenablt al I
l School, will i i
nv Ine undrraigiMd not later than rtatur-
d. blh June IB5I
Candklatra mint be duughtm ^f
in fr.iilrnrit
"Applti
Mi. I... I
I., .
nehi
H'.WIIIl
Mini'Hi.T. n "nil an
* cenia Sunddvi 24 u*"rJi over 1
rd 3 real, n ward fe*at I
mrd oa Mi
The public air
.lit In
IH'KF. nrr Saice.n.1, . | dl, no, hj
iniaeM k-mxoi.iI.i,- t, hrr or anionr g-
raartn-uag
iinlrm b)
DVKI
Gai.l. I
The public
"lug iledll I
. .1,.
n M-.n.Ll.tr I,

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-

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rd .isnrtl b>
b u- are hrreby wa

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31' 3 BIXn
Mil
HELP _______

U.n iwel
IM
A birth rertifU-at.-
wilh an applttdtioii fur*... obtalnrd Irom
Ihe Patorhlal Trraiirer'> OnVe
Thr- ml,
..I Ing St Michael'a Girl*
Ml JUM llrtl M tl U
t'lril. (,. ing \ .
I
30 S 51 I'll
NOTICE
Be r.-'
WILLIAM Hl-.-KHT St CI AIR REDMAM
- deccaaed
not. f. ih iiF-Riaiv oavn
> naM -I i ...... Mjatnal
the Eataio ot Wllllan. Rupert St Clair
i i-
*ho dl'd In thi. Inland on the flu itjv
ol October. ISM. are hereto raqulrnl u.
end particular* of their
i.ltr.ird lo the undw ,
C ihini a> Cn No 17. High Stii-tt.
an of be(..> ih.>
31*1 day al /uly, last iitn nidali wa
i. : .i
Men -e .h..n mm ...- bad
notice, and tli-i Wt -m ... aa
UN *..!. or any |Uirt thereof an dli-
tribuMd. to any prraon ol whose debt
or claim we ahall not then Ml* hud
And .ill pining indebted la Ihr gMd
rotate are lequ-aled t.< .-ill.- innr i. -
dentrdnraa VrlllWHIl d#Uj
flalrd tin. lath d-> nf May. ll
ItLIPEItT CHMRWAM lO.OMAN
THANK MTJBERVKY Plllll 11 S
LINDSAY ERCII. HYFIURN 1111-1
Qualified Ei'
MISCELLANEOUS
wanted to pm
TWO HEDROOM funu.hcd aparlniei.'
^rar town Ream >na ale rrlilal Writ*
Urt Brodrur Ave Apl 2. Montre.il
tjuebac Mia L. Rldcau.
* 3 Sl-3n
u'ni.. t !,,' rl
of
DP i
TAKE NOTICE
H Y G E A
,,t s,>A.-> ,v mbiji raopucn
, ..I i
. Mai
torturm whaaa trad..... bu.mcu addi
I, lloducrr Kwd. Weal End. Klng.ton.
Jamaica. Brlllth Weil Indie.. Iim applied
for tin Tfgi-ti.tt,"" ot i- trade n.i.tk ,n
Part "A" of Heglitcr M rSBpatl <>'
dctrrgenti and all piepai
and ali
at parTuBMn I ludj | toil '-
preparalion- lot Da
per fumed aoap. nd will be entilird In
nli.'ri tl-.
Ihe Will day ol
araM tnaJJ b*
dupllcato >
i.glatratlon. The trad'
be acen on applir,ii..n .,1 m
ofllrr.
r.th day of Mav. mi
H W1LA1AMS
Hegi.ti.ir al Trade Maifc-
B SI li
* \sirtl TO Ml i
SIIAREK: Sao Ordinary ftharoa In I
|
Wl hi P.CJ IVi l .r riinne TW
LOST A. I IM Ml
HWETPSTAKI Ti, ki r
tm Finder plr I

WBT the Inl In win* Ticket* lh"
,. -
A *M3 A P*3 B 3703. |I 413. P tlf,.
I! ll-M. B 1331. II BJS4. C *MD. C MM
c a.114 c Kan y l4BJ y nn ,. lim
r 3j7o. r 3314. r am. f nn. f an*
r aan. k tiar. r utas. r "10. r rm.
F. 7T03. O.0I34. G 0IS4. | BOT]. I MM;
1IUAR INDI HTPV 41.KU I I
II a \l HANK \t I I'Hi
TO Tilt CKLDITOrt* HolIMM:
-' M T\ i OffMfl \,. u-.'ST rja-iu
!: v.\ r ,n, .
TAKF NOTIC.: ih.,1 wa '.he Tru.trcs
I about l,i
Wain a loan ol 3.>n under Ihe pro-
Ihe above Art agalnit "-
M I' .mail..,. m ,e.pe,-t of
variauihirai ,rn, ,, ,0 lva9
No money h-a been nor row nl u
Agn. KM lta\ or
n |
I v
OI'TIIAM
TAKE NOTICE
COLLEEN
OAJ. A r l.llu I moouci I
REAL ESTATK
each with
. 1 li-n.


'-d at MB*.
re moiiU1
PM p.rtttuUra applv to D>Ata A

sassi 3-
'I aiiuate at In.
M and llelm.ii.l Hold. 81.
Uirha.l tun ding on 11240 a
of land The honae u inuii
contolna drawing. .
laaSM and aifc-hen downataln. fluaa
bedroaau. tml.i and bath upttalri
I'-ual modern conventoncM. Garage

. .
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Dial ?SB
I uo.. si,...i lin'l..-
il. at 1 i. rr.
f\KRINOT..\ -.
It 3 31 Pi.
SHIPPING NOTICES

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ihout i
Hoof No !
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Moitfcage if I'., ,i V I
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Bedroom I
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. Rtfhi nf War I 'i
i...... i- '
Me I r in U.
Batale and Almo-t 4l
n .i nn ii r .
llisfliiy ( QnWPJB
qirrxN s i i
iav will be repeated al M>
i iMi.i.i.

i Ptodui
-ti.t
I it A .1 tlegltti, in
nion Miap Oi |
p
ii i .I. -
, ti.i
OpIU
rtun
BMP,
U
tl Mil dp] >ii Ignp,
parwai -h-li In the nicu
in duplicate lo me
i i po.llHin nf inch irgl.
. .
I
alao In reeoe. I
mm artktaa
In- enlillcd In
n, The tl
IllbOII ..1
BARBADOS
IN PUHSIAMK ,
OFFICIAL NOTICE
Ihe
i .late, right
'
' iheir clam.
dBtd .. me on anr Tue~
k in Hie all.!....,-. al_Ui.
ie h anv of Jut*. Taf Ii
i all
llrfenga
I'llOlFliTV
Intrrr.t or ai> In u M
led rtUi ii...l wHneaao. n..,-...-!..- nmi
U\ ,.r Fitilav brlweeii the limir. .,1
H.Hi.lrali..n IMh.-e. I'ublt. B
M ..," claim* may be re-
...-co Kianan i,. me nature and pnoril) iharaol
craon* will be precludr.t Iioin ihe benoAta ..( -... .1.....a .ml lie
Mini, on ,u .jitm-t tl. aaid [iK.prili
ERBBRT in IViiinsdn Rayifv. truato. of lh* will ol Oanfa*
uion Wnrran ,ie-..i
I-AVIMIA IJEWIK. I'NNY KWIS OI.AI1VS t.FMIx MAIt
ADOGAN. IKATKill I.KWIS nil if All \ I(l>.
uf land Iformeni1 part ol Uoodland plant
" ot Halnt Ml.harl .. i
I 3 P
FoI lo-
ll., N
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TAKE NOTICE
DAWN
IM! 11.11
he la<
. g| i
,.i ..,
.1. KINK
Jamaica. Hnli.h .-.i Iw..... h-a aaa
I
,,.pert of I
moll anap deleigenti and all prepaitl
for laiiinli / I ll" m .'
I ,i. OT Mints won arui
pieparatlo.ii for Ihe teetli I I
ptf*ui ad mmw ' '
. month I
he Stth day ol Mai. IMI. MM .
meant ii

ppaattMA i
tagtatn
.. .
M*J li
II WIUJ
Itrgl-tt-l it Tliid.' Mal">
I Selecting your
FIIRNITUnE
,.::::'
BUILDINGS FOR SALE
Eczema Itch
Killed in 7 Minutes
I.

RM
!
Pan

th-y do not hltl
cama, n paw d icnrary, Nia*.
derm kin- ti,- prrni in 7 tninutM and to
duarant ed to z'.f you a eofl.clear,attrar-
weH. or money
*.k or.
guarant Nlaed
Nixoderr
Tor Skin Trotl -s brsajlla. '
OFFERS ARE INVITED
FOR
. OR ANY
OF
THE VALUABLE
FREEHOLD BUILDINGS
OCCUPYING
THEWHOLEOFONESIDE
OF
THE MARKET SQUARE
IN
ST. CEORGE, GRENADA.
FOR DETAILS Apply to:-
P.O. Box 6. St. George.
GRENADA.
In-*Tirw of the Laland wide W.tp-
GO-AHEA"
-
Ca aid r..
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B W I.
ASSOt lATMH
riOYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
BAHJNOa IHilM IM-H.I'.M
H H.i..... nth June IMI
- Ill IM,. to IKIMIiMi I V i.l MB *
I I H \i III a I M\I. \
M >. Oran|e.ta>l- 34th Magi laSI
. p Ul'saON. SON al CO 1 TD ,

FRENCH LINE
Ctr Glc TranaatUnllqua
SAILING TO
r.Nf.LAND aa HIAMI.
I ol.OMblE June 10th\'i951
i miquaj &
Guadeloupe
CVRIKRKAN i II I-I
COLOMBIE May 30th, 1951
TiitiKi.K'. lui Qufttra, Cur-
; i and J-
\i'. iitiin; raasenxers,
i it .,, and Mi.i
R. M. JONES & Co., Ltd.
AGENTS
ritu.ir '::: UU
1
HARRISON LLNE
OUTWARD FROM THZ UNITED KIN0D0M

Vraarl
LINGUIS1
I milESMAN"
STRATI
FA. TOR"
rRADER"
From
Uondon
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lath MoV, 1951.


PARE FIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
HI DM slt\Y MAY 3, l51
SPARTAN HOLD JAMAICA TO 33 DRAW
Governor Presents
Football Trophies
THE JAMAICA lootball team concluded their '.our
willi a match against Spartan which ended in a U
draw at Kensington Ova) yesterday afternoon. The large
d saw Spartan, this year's winner
FIi
(.ihi-i mm ni AskeiS To iii\e More Time
have more time.
He was appealing to the Gov-
n m<>nt u. aee thai every oppor-
itlve CornaiHtei M uW have mmnl I was given the people to
3. i95i. under ihr provisions of ei have to extend rfMa
I rMd the a.
(km 0* n There were some people wh. ran -wp mP from resisiennit
\. ,. issi. had not yet Bo! In tou.h win. V.m I wjnt io rei-
lir CHiinlM (L) who took Ihe i-nl-lnlng officer through **- " ,d- "**
nrtttake.
i F"
correct tha*
. ihe iniii'i lads "f the resolution, while, I* worth while r<
ld but only a maii'-i Ol :". he said.

Mr. VYHkinaen (E> laid that it H was Etrasffl
hcn making a tac very stupid advertisement which
j"'.irci! in Qm I
d m I the Or ,l0 lau.*....idUtu..AK*- 'oobaU m for IM, ^..l i S!5JlB,S,S'llS
iratrful lo.u,e Governor and well -m vietory and hoped "ffijft | *5towS '
The Governor nttendtd the miitch and
presented BA.F.A. trophies to Spartan. Hainan College
I .me. First. Second and Third Division winner
rr-pictively.
\ it Poster Piesidnr
Ihe I. A F A bel
ard "f West Indian football
Mi- >nmiituUU-a the 1
and well earned victory and hoped
and Lady Savage for the keen 'Out in the near future th\ would
they had tiken in Ihe be able to mvlte a team from
He alto thanked tbe Barbados to play against Jamaica
for presenting t h * The Governor said that the
Cophlai Jamaica team
11. aid that the mm! Ol trie vcrv much. He wished thesn
Jamaica football team was a new Cod Speed" on shell
Bted in the history of local Jamaica and "Good Football.n lif
en called for three cheers foi
a team from that colony had the visitors. *
visited the*e shore* and thev i
thank Mr. O. S Coppui The Game
Sccrctar> Ol the ll.A.i'.A ho, In the game betwee
Thr.mtft) his efto Mlret at centra
possible. He said that Mr. Coppln lorward roi Jam......
'I- The- oihi',
Which the sporting pi Cooper, their regular goa
ivho was playing at inside right.
from people in different districts "It is not true", he sa !
that they had not received their were net registered en Form "A".
kl Others who there was no person that
Bfved them complained prevent him from registering or
thdt they had not seen the Hi'- ]<-, IV
trtcl reghtterlng officer again to He was throwing (Mil
hand there In ticn to the Oovcrnment to extern'
He hoped that the Govern- the period lor raglataring on Form
Ihe dMriCV "A" to another 15 days. Uteri
registering Eneei ma no hard and fast rule, he
tbe PStume possible in the next \hich said that the period fo
registering on Form A" must
Mr. Mottle* < Mid that it elnw hy the end of M;.-.
Mi. Altder (LI said that from
th,. kec inning, when th.
ere levaU-
nment The pec-
I!,. were not co-operating, and s>
'.in rOBjMnttOn of voters was not
going on as easily as wag expect
. d. in spite ol the critkeums,
t bud, the deparlmeiit respunn-
hle had net tried to correct those
errors.
He suggested that the "MobiI-|
Cinema" and the Pres should!
have been pressed into service W
liiupagati the scheme in the'
couBtrv district! "Th#> schemej
needed more propaganda." he.
aid. Too many people are un-
willing to become registered."
He felt that the time should be
Id. txtended to 15 or 30 days to be
I. that, through their short-
ightedness. people were not prc-
.cnled from exercising the vote. .
Glands Made Young
-Vigour Renewed
Without Operation
- pMOb
rilrnvm whU-h i-l.. .

n,#ni in i-1-
Txwtnr Al.l-il. '
"till *** tn (Bkr. bBt lh^ i -
j.. . i fill inilfonritT kno '<>
nrnn and vital oriani. WiHtd- n*w.
1 ind mark* .>fd-'
nn *rr anil t" I n.w k !> p--Wrr an.I
B en aland and
ft. n ImlTi.v- an si
ti .I thai BMftlnr. t.^w r
n tor-r. caTl-.! VI
<> irm.lrMl ll haa l---n .
i i Oi.>ii-Bii.|-andlariowvn.
..I.- at all ili-nin- dtr- O't ll-
TAlia from n.ur I la) today. Put
II hla Imwovcnirni
tn Jl hour*. Tna* th* lull boil
day-, iintl-i Ih* poaltlvo
i i hat It
'" I
||] ,.il l...
I* yaara younger or mun'y In-1
i-turn -J nnity |ta< kao
>U littl*. aad th^ -uar
prr.ta.ti
Vi-Tabs
aia.aaaal aioal Vltmlltv
to knrw each other letter.
To the Jamah leesn Mi
Fo*irr said, "Oentlemen
Jamaica, by your
you have made hi reel thel
in!% I sve you apptt i k< l
company but that we have mad a
Friendship.'' He regret:ed
The Derrn Will be Run Today
portsmansl-.i (Infflth. right
left mingei

!
red by Gittens. left half,
nicer end Bnyco
able
\r-c only
Held ten men at the hem
-,l the game, took the
Jamaica dnggnded tl>.- northern
ituil Their regular goalie Cooper
played at Inside right while Footi\
the youngster of the team, was
between sne |M*a.
When the game was only
minutes old UU VhttUSni
...re. Mn-et. their
leccived a short ptM
frtmi C with ;. tight
lap Into the right corner >' tbe
nets.
Inspired by their OpetMl El
1$ni.iir,. icam snint Uuo Uie ai-
tr/k. The gni%)e. which started a
htt alow, brightened. So>n after
Mlret received i thnninti pas I
from Skipper Mill.-, at centie
' 'If. Mo took a 0M time shot bu'
Um ball iravelled inches
the left post.
Jamaica bore down Oil the Spai-
tan goal area and centred beau-
tifully. Mlret headed goal ward,
but the Im*I1 went over the BRM
bar.
Spartan had a ^--^1 opportuni-
ty t i equalise when Cammi'-'
Smith, their centre forward, took **'
a hard shot which struck full
back Excel and rcbmnid'vi to right
ednsjjB) Chase Chase had opu
foot! to lj--;.l bUt punched aw
i..11 wide <' tin- goal.
OB tne left wing foi B,-n iMi
There are 44 final UNrHrcK b i
Dvrby which iii i ;* '"' ,
worth 22.935 and will be the ,a BAatscosUX b
Ichest in the history of the raee. Cord-wi .rapt A. u
It will also be the most valuable uSrLw^cInJF\*Jl\tt
classic racj ever decided in Great i3Jr3Pc
Britain. The valuP to th* winne-
rill be 119.486 s-t. Od :
is tc be run at Epsom to-day
i.ver the traditional ntHe and e
half course.
-., Acceptances are:
' ''> ll ANAUNtsrrKS, b c. by Ha..ull-I
upened Anns or Bass* iM P 1
eontrc r1"'' I
i ABf-oT h i, i.v Pfaarea v.i
Virgls 'Mi. V blenhrtsri n Coilmf
i c rnmti
viicih PSUMCf ii bv Prin (hrsallPt Arctic Sun Mr .T HCOraOl
W fitpNmiBi.' C SB
I 1ST MOFe. b r I., Ardan
PobollnK 'Mix P. Pal"' illi-il'ii'""
O Hiih.inh
I1ARNA RKMRUV. br c. by Labardr
Rnar Tramirif '|J>td H<>*'d "<
Waldrn> JU UOKAKA. I. 0
c.j ,' Mann 'i "* o*
T M-iIt-ii
ui HRt'SkriKLn i.
ilajidC Ottanliuja lattarbri
" ^IAE Mll.l, hi i "o A
SIGNAL BOX. c.i c. by Snini-i Hit"
H | ii- Mil .If^l-ndi
M M I
en stokks.
Hi v
Mi I.....I.
in ~TII.Mi.ll1 gill.I. !> hy SlrMt*
^: 0 Pi*i
Hooatatenl I' Kvm.
M ttm COMPASS ch r. h> n-.i n
cidin* ettf larvUJ w HL.anhv
. by Hon>
Sporls Window
i an vni \ iooTBti.1.
nASRBlltAI.I. i*iri4 Dl
iii-.it. *....i.d..t *-a^
MaSfia II.*h >.S...i .i '
Huh Hrhaal a...U-. Sir*
HarkaSat R-tlaiiat ..
.1 ii4inf" (lli. ria* I
ll SYBILS NEPHEW, b
way or MM- Bybl
Utitordi .J J.-ti. F. IJfrrcrT.
il TITIAN, b t. by
iiiil'i >Ltir|i Srltoiti iP#iac
ti ion ll b f by FiaM.KB r.. -
La Rot- 'Mr W H.lirt- 'Boyd-
... (.' 'i j " ,_
roi TURKS KlXIANCr
,j Haandnuv- Turth... * *aausa r wu..
by Biummt l*t.r BorobalU 'Maji
I v. ..
Metirnlhi
(,.|an . Rtar
. WlKUK'OTE IN\
lr i- Htab R'->* "'"


Grenada Wins
GttENADA, M..v 29
Orenadi "P"1""1
games In the Windwards tourna-
ment thin afternoon. U>w<- COOV
missions and Mis. F. C Hughn
areecotl and Mrs. Robert
Hail 61. 61; Mr.. C. E- Hughe*
Sal mi- Ouve Jardlm as.
Hughes and l-ron.un
Hughes beat Edward Martin and
Hush Lartigue 3. 62.
ID CLAUDIUS, rh *. by C'.racall II-
,P i..ldr Oltl 'Mt W. Bryant
I H Wardait. D Pas*
111 CROTODILE. b .. b> I>PM.olni
. Nmr.t,- ,
C>>rtair>ala .Mr G
- i raastti
Ihf
KXVI1.I.E MEDFOBP 8prt*n
Mcippi'i. rufivln,. tue Fimt Dl
vision Cup fiam the Oovsrnor
(right).
ihelt gay are such a short one bul
hoped 'bey had enioywl It.
e .id ih.it uniortanately thes-
had many Injuries but hi splta >' A1 thls ,Ugl. spartan got their
mishaps they played really gootl uthcr uUlvl.r J..,i TttdOT came On
footU-ill. They fuiiRht back gal- xhp fU.w umV wl.lU , cCntri!
Jantly and allhough they lost the -^^a position 1
Rtftb. r th. Ii boll control and posi- ,l>nm Piircimient.
tioti.il play was above that or then l(,ri hiljf Wi
opponents. llnvlnR regards to iifr ,hD ^^
goodwill, rt. he can truly say thai Jamaica got their second goal
shortly afterward*. Mlret ( ;
llajo. Pbrte. neat............." " c*"l'- '"ll Mwlfor<'- U'11 ,uM
the local champions
tb Not
.!>. N BsU*
Mn rxprniTioL'p
. Uhv lliitty 'Mr.
FAST ANCHItB. -h c b> Prrcipila
... i.. ... -, II Ol -
DM rAUX PAS. br c. by W<-uyr-
i lain H Filter. U. l>w
I rRAisr. DO BOta it be, >>y BnJ
ILm-wl Sunar HUK .Tlw Asa Kh..n
H Wii C, nminit.
1 Kl SUNG, br .. by .n-1'*08*"
t'l.lcr l.iiy-iMr l^ynm >M. Bsorgi
KIN<: (ABHINAl. b B. hy F***
'ZI MODERN HIGH WINS
lcV *" '" Hod..... Hth School defeated
Harrison College 18 in theU
I'iisk.tball name on Moni-.'- I "is
is Hip Mxlern High School.
the Pai k n
.., tho Jamaica own
injured and taken wflTttSov '' "1 v"-> "
I^.inlalnf ll iM. It ii Bt"
nana.
':,.":

UALgKZ'Pin
1049.
OfvUton and (mnnui-t. ... ...<
Second In 1950. Again Notre Dame -
were victorious and this year they m,rct
pHyed in the First Division and Jam
.. Ihe open goal. At half tune Uie
t%S^|0lS|g v.silor, wee Mill two gWll I* th.
'""'""^.....Wdthe.htfd^^
|ter receiving a lorn-
nearly won that trophy. P" 'rom McLeat. With only
Mr Ally SaSSO, Manager of th- Cosle. to heat, he shot lard ml.
Jamaica icnm, en behalf of the. tho left corner ot the IK
Kingston CrtcVet Clob, thanked Sporlan then got their flrsi ri^h
the uafa. Tor arrangin| each Qlttarat, their leit half, took a
Vabk iout." lonB shot which passed ovei th
d that their s.t i* In the head >' Fooie and mto the new
island would noi pe easit> lorRot- Following mis g*x>\ the pace o'
trn. The hospitality shown in the name increased Saniuc'
paatiadBs wlU remain forcvor with QriftVh on the riahi wing foi
them. The ood portsmansht;i Spartan in place ol 1..-. s "r"'
for which ihr West Indies was (rio seronrt roiiI He fOOBlVee
noted, s*..-- upheld b) Barbedoi ]t^... from uhmael and t'H.k !'
Even thouKh Ihe nvalij was keen .,, m(. Rnn|. The hall IgBbi
ol no tune did It lark food will. n^veH^ over F<"te-s head and
He hoiwd that the time was not h|lo Ihp neU
I1T ofT when n West Indian foot- Spartan nearly equalised when
b^ll Association w^l'1 lr,,;J,,TSl,t: Tt.dm cent.e.l from in idl
based along the lines of ihi srost .,,.lll((|l goyce, the Spartan lefi
Indies Cricket Board of Contr. i goalwerdl but W
irner was taken out nottl
lultM Cooper now changed
i i .,. m sou lellh Wdtt wt--
played ai centrefoi s ard
a few seconds before Refaraj
i, f Spartan at eag
the equaliser. II
into the hm
cornet ol Uii nel
The lean
Jamaica: poote Hi Lean fcwi I
Miller Parchmont, Hal|.
M '.-i Berrj and Heron,
Spartan: Cosier BOWOfl sled-
lord Cat Ishri > I
pjoyi i TudOl ll lIAth, Smith
'
Mi
AS-. Kl
; BOI i
i- it.
i uithndoN
ilomc l W i i
I
MVsrF.HV IX.
traai rord .Mm*
PalBM*.
(.13 NKMOM. b
I.**-.*) .nr..m AS_Khan. H. Wraa-
(.11 NOHTU CAROIISA h c. -
Kitty Ha* Mr. . T.
Rryir> .Boyd-Hncmorn. ___
alfl snritKtmilN. b i
PrKoHty ' W P PhilHpi' U
Vawgh'T Lowr
N. 11... -
I- ,.
n|rb*l Same
It I< I
w I'AHAKisr. sTnrrr. .
iiita HHiti llaavan y V
AII....UI. 'I r. DM] <
IH I ART Ol' l.VON. S '
do l+ot AlUrmnlb "Mr D.
VI NlShttniaili T. Hai
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Trallir o\
No. 14
M \ki -i kl mi \i KM I
Vi:lllt'LI. is in \ 111
fONDITION 1*0 m DSO
ON Tilt ROAD.
Spare made availsble br
CANADA DftV
for Kafrr Motorlur..
What's on Today
Police oaaves moo s.m
4 ourt nl Appeal10.00 a.m.
Merlins wf tbe Chamber of
( ommerce "J.OO p..n.
Mobile Cinema llvra show
at HhrewsbOry Srhaol
yard. M I'hlllp. at 7 30
p.m
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< "- w
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To avoid itiii-.-uI ,i pains
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Vott should rub down with
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THE CiRKAT PAINKII.I.ER
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KMi.ll is DRlfi 8TOHEH
i rtptoui orr Ms. ts
i nil. Ml THUS IIZ E
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m-HKTHIl QHT
J. A. COBBIN A SONS
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If <<>u aurTn lriill.1-, -harp pain* ..c
dull SfBftlina down arh>a In W'k OT
*hlr: rM n I K't rid o( ibraa with
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bill tli. K.tnm in jour kidneys, Other
l of Kldnrv anl
l>|...rd*i. at a Sta-ty. r.aawant and
Paiitui Pioigo. Oott.ng up Nigiti,
Lag Pa.n.. L.mbjgo, Na.vou."...,
HudiChii. D iC"OI. Circm undar
Ky*( and Ru-nlnm, poor Appal.t
and Inaray. Siollvn Ankio. itc
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Throat and chest lose that
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While your patient s!ceps>
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