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PACK TWO MMHI \l>VOCATI" -I Ml W PI M (DIAL 2310) 1M.AZA %  fit ti Ki IIKIIH.t TOWN a* Ua.-tLHHAY XTASWMK .— *T&fe *dkv TUT-. •„> TI: ^ \CW^ CAPTAIN CHINA x^ V „ £* %  £.* I S TO It THE A THE LASI sunn rosiciiiT l\M> \WlhUIIH LOVI JAM. POWHJ, MONDAY. 11 I Nil A V— JO m. II Double %  i.l M li.It'll N AMD "BANtIT ol II. 1MIKADO 1JI Vri I.l l| IIMMX Memo.* Only) rr^MBT 10VES I WINDERMERE GUEST BOUSE A feu Cool. Airy Roonu. Modern Lavatoriee and Baths Excellent Culalne. Well Equipped Bar Our Sloean II -SERVE WF.l.l TO III SERVE "III MRS. A. CLASKE. • i P O. BOX 41 Kingstown. St. Vincent B W I Joseph ^"Sl I ontaine f^otteh %  Hi ,„ •_ (uticur a X TALCUM ** Mlka-Sebzerl the pleasant way to quick relief from UPSET STOMACH! Million*..* profit prefer All. MW to ochct remedies heiausc ii\ pleasant taste miki-v n easy fouke..jpjrklingifTcrves MUM SBSBMI gentle erluiency. AILj-Seltr mnrslns aikaline ingredient* to neutralize MM u: i-/<>. an an.il.atu lor toothing hud!oiy .icliun that i heck* discomfort, hung* quick relief. Noi a laxative-you can lake Alka-Sclt/cr •! tn Drop one ur two tablet* or Alk.i Selt/er into a gla** of water. Watch ii li// into a retmhing solution ihendrink it. Keep a Mipplv of quick acting Alka-Sch/crhan.!) al %  -' AJka Seitzer helps millions daily I CcUiib Calling M ISS K M I/DELL Chief Nursing Officer of Ml POCKET CARTOON | Oggji ; •JBOJOMJ \sl, K relatives In Trinidad. Colonial Office who has finished louring this area, arrived talB Tfjmdad yesterday morning by B.W.I.A. to attend Ihc forthmminf Conference of Seniar Adn imstintivr Offteei' <"%  Medical Department of the Cuiibbean. Miss Udell expects to be here for one week. She is a guest of Lady Seel. One of the primary reasons for the conference is to go into questions of nursing Dr. A. APri* of Trinidad. Dr. Slmger of BrlUatl Honduras, Dr. Fitrmorrison f Jamaica. Dr. P. I. Boyd at the Leeward Islands, Dr. Byers from St. Lucia and Dr. Charles or St Vincent are expected to arrive over the week-end. Dr. Eddie ol British Guiana has already arrived, so has Dr. Hetherington. Some? of trie Family M BS. MIKE GBANSAULL ..ecompanied by her daughter Mrs. John Watson mrived froir Trinidad yesterday morning by _ B.W.I.A. June Bride They brought with them Mr) OHOHTLY afw I Watson's win and one of Mrs ,3 yesterday % %  Cransaiill I other grand-children ,,,„„.; ,,. Miss Terry Grainger. Everslev Plull Mrs. Gransaull expects her huSHastings and ti. ind to arrive here early next month. They are guests at the Paradise each Club. With I.C.T.A. Vf H JOHN P. W. .IEFFEBS Who *A with LOTA in Trinidad Hew over yesterday bv H.W I A on a week's visit. He u slaying mun wu ? Mr Ro v, "^ rtm l M m { with the Wards at Warners. xm \ Bridesmaid *** %  "• Hazel O r L f? Ilf 1 .l" l "t "\ncr the ceremony, a reception rr to the I S. on Prida, V |g mi held at Wonll. Puerto idro by li.WIA Qeorflt, the home of Miss Leua Bowen. daughuncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Bowen F D. r.. Simpson. The honeymoon is I B.G. Report Delayed P 'cpon r iierstand to ubtmrm.il pflMMQMI I %  .%  %  %  -ion, regrets tha apatl pubhhh ommrn: %  am loin.. '.!, I. II With T.L.L. Y*l:. AND HltS. DAVID FOItC %  "d from Trinidad yesB.WXA. to spami plane was nor. The-.. *Hh Trinidad I holds Ltd., in p After 48 Years S PENDING ht M %  i:. 11 and Mrs. Are. %  ; %  %  ... 1 Cli.v.-ii\ Ur A* late Mr Phillip: Al was married to Mi. to ] ID .son .f Mr ur < %  !.. • %  ntd t.. the U work] i Th<> ceremonj which • %  %  I st John's Ck ireh Momeland aincitho Rev. A I k n tour* keepin xharp k~Jt*ml lor any taa 1o*iri (ri/tno In bttuk Mr, Atlle's dreams" looiMirM Jeby". Black Rock. She has gone to the U.S. to reside. She wlU be staying with Mr uncle in Long Island Off to the U.S. f SAVING for New York nt Powell SprniK Hotel. About Sewing %  pSJBl Puerto Rico by B W.I.A during the week were Miss Beaundda Seal P ENNY NOLAN Sewing Circles %  %  in tl day Advocate, I % %  i %  %  ^.11 be ft urn i ng to the U i art i %  %  % %  %  %  I A Subsidiary M R. AMI MBS. THOMAS .?. FINDL] rotn Nev B W.l A place on the OOCOOd floor of T. R. i.d her grand-mother Evans In Bl rs. Jane Mottley of Bank Hall, specialises in individual QStrucMiss Scaly h;n gone tn hve Boston Mrs. Mottlev is on ;i UnTL !" WS 5 h m an V Brand phoni-'W. and great-grand children there. Snc ail for BOBOO] mornings. tion in pattern drafting and dft "• F"r.,ppn„„ •£** Long Leave Off To Conference JyJR JOHNNIK BOURNE. Scc1TA rotar.v to the Divisional Munager. Cable A Wireleu. i-ompanied by Mm. Bourne, let! N BARBADOS on (our months' Sf+OZuSFVj 1 •"•'•*• l lwU*W %  Ur. e.Uistralia for the ltd inmaad to represent Cable A arrived from Tnnidnd voiterriav i \IL •?"*J? -vusiraiia ior i i l^mdnn friend. IIIK Xl\ IM I III S OF lllA 4 (if BY THE WAV By lii'iichcombiT CROSSWORD 1 9 %  i b %  %  H B ti '! II 1 1 %  i -j r !5^ .. 1 ,'i 1 1 B sessis urill at larsing MM i when ll retum u. turn, (si Uadarli.nU trL of run |7| Uauied in in* lodio nrt. iSi Found in rUdas. ISi BOoes or Utvera *n Mieir U'Mit nm*>c\l*\. 14) iistDlrn. IS' vempei-'e 151 ro upoo i. %  I. turning m> to let su. ate ill a. A rude box lu rrnni* iSi J. Connects two lanter oorini what a necs i i".. . Mae maKe thin IK* %  ami ." ft. L*nviii|*. li\ 0. Toiernt*. iti> B. ThU t.'.l l a. Air at bead nnht IBI U. spaiier tui moistqre i8| 14. aim,.. (j> l. A saason DC enim. tl to. Prepalior ot tna ruanns in-' <• %  of hturoa* j.Hia -*.. . mnli. • I.MD. Rail. Iii %  1 i>.-n -: C 'APTAIN IX)ULXNOUGH has had to repriiiiain. i rtafl. the mam .n ehai store i>i plaojuaa I %  %  %  after a roaring nighi mns. got his plaejuos GOpJuged. Not even the most gullible 'tourist was prepared to believe that Florence Nightingale, Bunyan, Keats. PtirceU nnd Clive were all born two-roomed cod Wlnsley. Meanwhile, a s li r ewd Somerset farmer got to work on his own and put up a plaque on his house, whith said: "TOrTJ Cheadto srnt Lrvta Hoed" charged a shilling for admission, and was delighted to hear a foolis* woman saying: "ts he the 1 %  i Shortly %  almost every house in the village had a rough bit of wood %  ttachcd to It, with the owner's 0 I ed on it. Thf Cahnlnnli'ifh HoBBseafn T HK now %  Cabstanloifc:, %  TifOblogjraphj .%  natural •>.•'come of her wa an eictlotl howling nuttrlareay whim arranges these things. It has boan pointed out 00 bar 'hat all thai really matters is the indi fchould known ni should be i-'unpiletl •• %  r submission to the publisher, before the book is wiittei: Nixi in importance come (a) the Utk of someoue to "Literature is not all In ns Dulcie Drane ren i'.nfshing Song of the H '* book which Gertrude Boppinger .ailed "More limn at ll is Bai'tl on a l.iv.' *T1IE fad that "thtI nini teen psoia in a hundred million btt w — n 1HR:I and 1933' only that our whole %  barter, exchange, export, and Import is based on a dreadful lie; it iilso means that the pound If Shrinking by h\. irtl in OTK en mulson PBOvini lowarda Lu •• i Bui %  ; the St mil. t If 'dine to .T recently i irtl in I luce 1900. there will be no need • i. -mollshlni. houses at Ludgate Circus, to make %  seven hundred and our hat I in the annexe, and come in Strabismus ami Ihr llxtlraulii IU-IIIII \ 8 a contrili.ii % % %  gling I ,..'..%  the public to climb to the top ot hydraulic beam at the sun. The echo "f tha refracted beam will be i balanced %  i: to %  %  M oMrs. The U also be allowed to see I which 40,000 cow* can be milked %  i H t' milk passes through 'iere It is self-fleforbulisod. It is then ; .irked 1" [hum. MEN'S SHIRTS at $3.55 & $390. $4.84. $4.86 MEN'S STRIPED PYJAMAS $5.59. S6.08 GREY WORSTED FLANNEL 56 inches $3.47 KHAKI SHIRTING 28 inches $1-08 OLIVE & PALMS SOAP H e. EVANS & YVHITFir.I.llS DIAL 4806 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220



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•I M1W Jl SI 1951 Sl'NDAt AUVOt'Vir i'V(.i THKII: Gardening Hints For Amateurs g ew i n2 The ( %  iirden in June ; ii a good soakf^ BOW Cl I.TIVATHIS B deteriorated eerj mucta in the last %  for by trw fact that during the it was not i Import any Rose-trees into the bland and MI intro-iucc Craati strength intu our existing stock*. That time has passed however, and importcn I oblame well indeed when planted uut Mora ordering Rote-trees from overseas however, it Is wise to consult with the experts, and *o to find out the varieties that will flowoin Barbados, as there are wmf of the English Rose-trees which will grow vigor which do not Bo* try. ROM cultivation is not difficult In this island if attention is paid io the various like* and di.-likes of I i wever i %  %  %  : anyone to pi trees haphazardly without erlng these like expect iu ixu aueeaajful grower ..f Rose*. For instance, Rose* dislike excessive wind, so they mint have a sheltered position They will nut •iKceed man plaillUd under treev. OF where tree-roots 1111 invade tbe lnd. but like :in opn sunnv spot. They do not like other the bed with them. They are rich feeders and must be given plenty of good manure They must Ite well soaked with water once a day at least. Remember that the quantlt) ..nd quality of your Roses a on the treatment your Rose-trees receive Rose-trees can be grown most Siircesfullv in large tubs. Preparation of the Hi-u In preparing the bed for h>.soirees, din out to a depth of two feet, but. *hould the bed be at all Inclined Io b* i one foot more, ami put n a layer of large stones for drainage. Now till in the cavity with good black mould mixed with leaf-mould and a certain amount of charcoal dust and some well rotted cow-manure. In shaping the bed hou> make Ihe mislakof heaping it loo high, as in the too high lU the water Is apt to run oft liefore it can penetrate to the roots. As soon as the bed is well shaped, und Olh. giVI II %  kood soak!*o*e-hed Is no* I planla. rianime the Rose-Trees When planting the Rcse-trees, I aild l placed four feet apart, and they must be planted many people make the mistake of planting too loosely, so making it more difficult for the young plants to make a good start If the Root-tree la an imported one the hole to receive: it must be large enough for the roots So be o spread out all around trie plant, but be careful not to -1 deep. When the plant has been well settled, cover the roots with earth, and tread If firmly nWn. before Anally filling in the hole. If on the other hand plant has been grown locally, and is in a pot. the root* must be left undisturbed, and the plant dealt with as follows. Take the plant out of the pot by turning the pot upside down while tupCing the plant with the right d. loosen and discard the stones at the bottom, and put the plant intact, just as it came out of the f l into the hole prepared for It. 'cud u /irmly. After the plants are all In p'n?e gi\e them a good watering. A Rest garden docs not as a rule nuke an attractive garden, yet with %  little thought a lot of this unjuractlver.es* can be overcome. Although strictly, a Rose garden should be kept to Roses alone, yet no rc.-.on why a few of ihe beds should not be given up to other plants which would brighten up the garden, especially when the Rose-trees are not bear* ing Plan the layout of the garden OH dig your beds, and visualize it as it will look when 'inished and as a whole. A few standards look well In a RoseHarden and help to break the .nonotony. The Polyanthus family are nice tOO to include for these lillle bushes [lower most of the time, and their cluster* of single I rj M) There are a great rarlat) of Polyanthus to choose from, rangingfrom deep red to palest pink, they would make a good hedge with which to enclose the Rose-Garden. Mor,noouf the Rose-oa'deti new week. Circle Preparation Of Material BeWOM buying jour material it u> wise to test a sample fowashing and pressing qualities. If you wash a scrap with soap rinse well, then leave it balleu up for a while to see if the colours run. If you are using a trimming material this shoufd be tested at the same time end the two pieces rolled together while wet. It M very difficult to test for shrinkage wi."i the small patterns of cloth usually given. Material may shrink as much as 3 ins. per yard. On the whole it is best to buy 2 ins. or 8 Ins. per yard extra for shrinkage and to shrink the goods before culling. If you still would like to teat a piece for shrinkage, before shrinking the whole piece ywu might cut out a pocket or some small piece to test. You need about a IS in. square to get a fair test. Draw the outline of the test piece on a piece of paper or write down the dimensions of the piece. Shrink the piece, press it and lay it on your outline. If it is the same size you do not need tu pre-shnnk your material. To shrink cotton or linen, soak "Farm and Garden" does not appear to-day through the Illnsas of Agrtcola. COOKERY CORNER This week I thought i with a soup and follow: — FRIvNCil WHITI: SOI I 4-lb. fowl Knuckle of veal if possible 3 quarts cold water 1 sliced onion li slices carrot I sprig parsley Lj teaspoon Ihyme I teaspoon peppercorns tablespoon salt 4 tablespoons butter 3 Hour 1 cup cream 2 egg yolks, slightly beaten Disjoint the fowl Remove veal fgom bone, and cut in small iiccs. Heat the meal. bone and water Howl] Io boiling point, and skim. Remove breast and second joints of fowl when tender and set aside to use In any way for cooked chicken Cook rcmnindcr slowly for hours. Cook vegetables In 1 tablespoon of butter for 5 minutes, add to soup with seasonings and cook for I hour. Strain, cool and remove fat. Re-heat 3 cups slock, thicken wll flour cooked together, and just before serving add to cream and egg yolk*. Garnish with >* cup of garden peas. Serves 8. SPANISH LOBSTER IN C'AKSEROLFS Or 2 cups lobster meat 2'j cups cold water i arrot Sprig parsley 1 sliced onion 4 tablespoons butter 4 tablespoons flour 'j cup heavy cream 2 egg yolks, slightly beaten 1 tablespoon lemon Juice • %  paprika '2 teaspoon sail "t cup hot boiled rice Pepper Cut lobster meat in mall pieces. Put bones and small claws in pan; add water, carrot, onion and parsley. Bring to boiling point and cook until reduced to 1 %  cups. Strain and pour gradually on butter and flour cooked together Bring to boiling point, add cream, egg yolks, and lobster Season with lemon juice. Fait, paprika, and pepper. Put your cooked rice In a deep dish. Fill with lobster mixture and on top 1 face a fried tomato slice, brushed over with melted butter and seasoned with salt and PENNY NOLAN in cold water for several hours, then squeeze, never wring, wnier out gently Roll in a Turkish lowel to help remove moisture, then hang on a clothesline until just damp enough to Iron. Stretch into shape before pressing, carefully straightening Ihe grain nd Ihe selvages. Wool is shrunk by sponging. Lay the cloth flat on a '.rge table or clean floor, single thickness, clip the selvage edges every few inches. Dip a bed sheet in cold water and wring outPlace the sheet on top of the material and roll up togctlfr leaving over night. The next morning press it with a moderate iron and a damp press cloth until It is dry. Rayon should be handled very carefully when wet. Many rayons shrink when wet and need to be stretched back into shape while slightly damp. Always use a press cloth on rayons. Be sure to test all your trtn>. mings for dyeing and shrinking Even buttons should bo tested as some types are spoiled by a touch of a hot iron. When you have finished shrinking and pressing your material, straighten the cut edges. This is best done by pulling a c roes wise thread. It Is not necessary to remove this thread. Just draw it enough so that you can see it and cut along it. Straighten both edges in this manner. If the selvage draws either clip it or remove It. If you remove It do so carefully on one lengthwise thread of the material. WHAT ARE INSECTS ? Tb. term Insects with mau> people includes a wide range of members of the Animal 1 without eny very definite limits a to what are. and what are not a a technical sense In the united States it Is quite common for all insect* to be referred to as Bugs. An amusing storv is told of u l*r<* naturaJjst whoi when ho > a achonloo) In Kngland was b.arding a train carrying a monkey on Its arm The Guard stopped him and insisted that he should tay fie for the monksar, which was classed as a do* The school boy protested that the monkey was not a dog. and the Guard declared thai, aa -ar as the nfiWU was concerned, it was a dog Fvenlualrj the c(u.r*c ;.paid and the schoolboy ashed out of his pocket a small turtle, and said to the Guard "I suppose you want to charge me for thi-"'" io which the Guard ripli?d "No. there's no charge for that, that'* an insect." Insects belong Io a group known as Arthropods, which rnasS Jointed feet AM the members of this group have Jointed feet and also ngve totntad botJlM The insects are charactcrisi-d by theli jointed feel and j united bodies and by never having more than six legs, usual!, two i wings and one pair of jointed .mtennae. Other Aiiluocodan UH centipede-*, the thousand |j pions. tick-". pi,iei> end l£a uusiaceans. crab.s, lobsters, attrtaaa* and barnacles. If you stop to think of II,. -iiatture of all these last n> arihroj-xls you will realise that they all differ from the lypk al insects For instance, none of them have wings, and most of them have more than three pairs of legs. However, there is no van ajnos] common name to apph totMai < %  a group and If some of the smaller forms of arthropods are called insects the term is not reallv very badly misused. I am reserrinf particularly to the apldeJ centipedes, and even scorpions. Some Insects ore without wings These may he developed from wingless ancestors as In the ease of some of the more primitive forms, such as the Silver Fish, or they may have lost their wings through a long period of a mode of life in which the wings were tin ue. This condition Is to tx., ,-ti in cerUiin parasitic insects particularly, such ns lire, bed hugs, fleas and the bird lice Some ihaeejtl have only one pair of wings instead of two. This feature characterises that great group of flu* which is included under the name of Diplera which means two wing*. This group includes the House Flv, Bllina Stable Fly. Mosquitoes, Sandflies, and a great many others. With icgard to fett. I have said that Ihe typical insect has six feet, or three pairs—never more. If however, you will examine a caterpillar, you will find that it has apparently, more than three pairs of feet or leg* The three pairs of true feet are seen immediately after the head, being attached to the three body segments which together make up the thorax. You will see furihet along the body what appeal lo be legs, and they certainly nre used as left, There are four or live pairs of them. They are called the abdominal legs or pro-legs. They arc fleshy outgrowths from the abdominal segments, and are useful Io the insect in helping to carry the iibdomlnal portion of the body. These pro-legs disappear when the Insect transforms into the adult stage, and the adult insect has only the three pairs nf legs und no organs of locomotion on the abdomen. Now as to the insects' jointed body. In the case of moat of them. you can distinguish easily the head, the thorax, to which the wings and legs are attached, and the alxlotnen or hind body In which the Joints are also easilv visible The head is provided wiih antennae, which also are Jointed and if you were lo dissect out the mouth parts you will And that some of them also are made up of Joints or sections. Insects are highly specialized for POLITICS BY LAMPLIGHT Hv \ 1 A STOliV mug from iker tr ipod, fishermen l' tattered hat* end black coals 1 children squattini; ..11 the ground a woman selling mangoes— ai Electors' Association ineeling a' lands* 'N about to begin. I'.um .'f 1 onvei lotion. "Mr ,' -\u\\ *nt< %  Ice" cried a man "Inju*t sell um It is the people at the Contra Board you must get after" 'labour' Labour' Laboiu" Snouted a Tall redleg in the crowd must g> Ml labour %  We wan! 1 %  A deafei:irc hymn. The cler.;ieiaiw had got their equipment working and a microphone was an the lorry which was ai a platform. The ssani hymn over and over aunln. Ixaid triumphant. Uie battle BOOfl of thi Aseuciatlon, Mr. Jubj Reave climbed up tin lespf to the lorry. "You got BBB vri^r up there?' he asked. He Wfla on tli ^l. Tbe Chairman made a tow introductory remarks and the* Juby started to talk. Quietly i>t fli-t later .it Ihe t^p of his voice. % %  Gentlemen'" he aid, H though addressing a |ur/, Gentlemen." we have .'"! t.> I I B DV door* t.. fn 1 ante pi Is* I am a lawji i want to laboui ; M my life 1 want to %  OlOfl "" fruits of my labour in m> Oafl feU 1 don't want to no to the grave in That appliea to you too, the 011K way you con enjoy the fruita of your labours is if there is free entei| KuhiidiMilion Then he went on lo tell them about subsidisation. "Subsidisation %  only taking money out of one a ,.. ind puttim it m ..nmiier' he ...: Rl tin Hon.BMUt be swept ,i>v" lie ahouuidi md continued in the Mine VSJtn but not loud enough to drawn % %  DjdO In the crowd who was demanding that he should tell the people that "Adanta cause ell." The next ni>e*kcr wan Mr. Wilkinson, Ihe Leader of the Opposition. Restrained. quiet sp-.ki-n. his speech w is more like chat Ha told the pc*i>i • thai bia party did not believe In Par* politu.*. UH-J baUoved 1 ability "But there is no use trying to play cricket when the other side la playing football" he said. He brought the houee down, or tather, the fleid, when In conclusion he urged them to "Give us a chance and If we can't do belter kick us to Hell out of it.' Next came Mr. MolUey. the "Father of the Cily". as he likes to be called. Tail, bespectacled. self-confident, he knew how to speak the "lnnguage". and the murmur of conversation ceased. • VII % % %  % %  I* •heir various modes of life. They are mostly terrestrial, the nduita. being adapu-i toi in. u '*<• Merne species live part or all their fives In water. The adaptations to the various modes of life haw resulted in mollifications of the •tincture so lhat il is not always easy to determine the different peris of tbe body !• %  are the pn d :,,n , %  inln al life %  od are man's greatest comnetitors for possession of tiie world Individually they .re marvellous This Is realised when vou think how complex is the structure, and that even in the most minute forms all life proI esses are reoresinled. There are tflntle systems of digestion, of .irculuUon, and of breathing 'llrfre Is also a well developed nervous svitem. and of course, provision is made for reproduction. (The above article by the late II A. Ballou appeared In the \dveeele in 1637 It is reprinted tiiia week In ola*-** of the usual crticle by AGRICOLA. who has heen unable to write through 111neaa). LET THIS SIMPLE PENNY TEST BRING BACK HIDDEN BEAUTY in your home Here's a quick way to prove how easily and efficiently CHEMICO cleans metal. Dub a little CHKMK Oon a dull penny, rub briskly, and e how brilliantly ihe coin gleinm. ( HI Ml' 0 ,leans ewryihing in Ihe home with e|ual case — Pols, Pans. Paintwork. Stoves. Sinks. Cookers, liles. (il.iss. etc. Ynti will be amoved hou easily ihis highly ctlKient, SAIOO-TII patie cleans* 1 removes ihe most stubborn greae and grime without harming or scratching delicate lurfaccv CHLMICO is really economical too. because there's no wasic with this pleasantly perfumed pink paste — and ihe generous glycerine content m CHEMICO keeps the hands soft and supple. 'IKY A TIN — IO-DAY. %  ARDLEYOF LONDON invite you to nice/. ... Miss Barbara a tarn twi Beaut) (..-uu.-.t) / %  oml^tw. 1 MJM i.i.int 1. rash nj thh couaabq In aissai t.. adriss fa 1 She* tin Ihe urdqvf Y-mlt.-s methodol H 1 Treeitiirni and will br %  1 to IUM wail awn Beaul> ( .. Tahriillstlisni amtafltln sir sirilrslj %  M1H ORANT anil be IteUkag coustiltat.sns on Tuesday 11 and w | -!, .1 Tlr-i^r Weather head Ltd.. Bread Ktr#t. and at Cave Shepherd Co. t,M, on Tlinrsilay nth and Friday Iflth June, aha will also be giving a lerturr at th BailiadoAquatic Club on Wednesday. i;tth June, at A p.m. m What other COLD remedy, does ALL this?, CHARS STUFFY NOSE! SOOTHES SORE THROAT! CASES ACHY CHESTI CALMS RASPY COUGH! ^1 it lo so many ,„bdon.lM'lmcI *0I OUTuo ihmi %  •< "",• "*' ,„. c lcd und >" !" v !" s.w.t.^.ll-'l'• •'"^' l, t Mint INsml .tin houi, OfSftrSm u.l Bby "• ONhoihrrsornr OaBP %  ISKIC. I"" 1 ualiy. il" |i better. NOW IVIRT rAMIIV | << Vkkt Vai-.Kut %  G. ..1 bsus ,.•< m ad ta ths B ill tin at .i aser, Ira prla I strike remember Phensic! c Wiie is che taflerer irom headache or nerve pain who keeps • wpply of Phensic t In %  mailer of minutes the worst of pains give way to Phensic— and as the pain lesscas, you feel fit and cheerful, ready again for work or play. It is good to know that you can always have the certain relief ot Phensic. 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ru.i iiti'i: SINDAV ADVW.Hi: SUNDAY, JIM %  %  151 BRYLCREEM to be sure... makes a fidy difference to your hair || iftei your bail JIIJ you're bound ;t! :;\*M ur hair ih)M/.'u/'/*bcnelit. (1| D.iy-long smartness. (2) Lasting hair health. letting the hair naturally. Brylcrccm with jfgfBjYfj its purr emu kcq and promotes naturil hair-growth. Dry H.iir and iOandru! t things of J gf ^jm the p.ist when y;,u HrvLrccm yout hair. f ) %  for ilrvkreein, it gives hair life. "-) tAk 4 IDE LUXE DRESS SHIRTS From Any Angle the Smartest Buy In Town • / WORLD FAMOUS TRUBENISED COLLARS ff Ktst^5t!iKKK;: NOTICE WE WISH TO ADVISE OUR CUSTOMERS THAT OUR PARTS DEPARTMENT WILL BE CLOSED FROM FRIDAY. 1st JUNE TO MONDAY 4th JUNE 1951, BOTH DAYS INCLUSIVE, FOR OUR ANNUAL STOCK-TAKING IMrWDINi; ESTATES & TRADING CO., LTD. ECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAY STREET BARBADOS WIN RIJBBhli IN JAMAICA SERIES Best Attendances Ever Recortleil By 0. S. COPPIN DAitr.Auos won twoenri of thi J Mi-]'.. nxturc .iR.unsi Bpartai 1 the tilth .onwiiii.vi inn.. 1 ,n this touring team is not a representative team of the Jam.iM.-an Football such, bui 11 its rank* no fewer tnan eight players who have ah' All Jamaic DuoUt) Smith, who has already captained All Jamaica, Cooper In goat. Henry Millar, the Captain of tha touring team, Aiti .sasso, Huntley DaCosta are name* that are immediatefy associateO th All Jamaica football. IIAKH.UHIS WINNKKS F OR my part, I feel that Barbadoa should be justifiably proud of having won the rubber. Too • %  g dcfaattet vteej haa no football talent, been advanced. In addition this, certain people of admittedly doubtful character have beei endeavour! 1111 with small success to sabotage the lour. This haa, however, failed, .is the Is.A.K.A. have made the com) 1 handsome profit of at least 11400 One iiiurt take Hawaiian the fact that the expenses of tour have almost reached .. The PlCka ick Cricket Club, fin example have charged $100 .111 afternoon for 1 %  !.-• ii iv :. %  gtoa pg oundi and uv.n. KNOKMOIS (IIAKt.KS POOTBALL is played for an houi. It one attempted to equate a? this charge with those demanded by Pickwick fiom OtJaM organisations, the Amateur Athletic A**ocii.tion fu x.ni.pU-. ufn roiatt coma to Haa con eha rt on that it was expected that on aiternoong on which the tournament was bfai i woulu be discovered thai there were lying under Hie %  ubOOfl 1 1 UH football pilch rich deposits of oil. uranium or some other ingredient moat necessary for the manufacture of atomic bomb*. The tournament has unfortunately been the objective M I smeai Campaign I forcing down the throats of Barbadian sportsmen the fact that the U.A.F.A. did not possess among its ranks persona of a sufficient capability and integrity to ensure th.it the lour would 1 nn .ill angle*. T Di I>KAF, the lame, the halt and fhe blind were pre %  ivu-e, hut to no .ivail. The Jan i.urnament will go down in history as the most %  uocoaiful of the U.A.F.A. in its 50 %  rico. NO KKSTIM. ON I.Al'RKLS N O ONE who rejoices in the victory of the Barbados team can f.ni in ; to appraclata tba great job which Mr. Qeahara Wllkaa of Lodge has done in coaching the llarbado-. 1 -election in this series. Never befoie, M (aaat la lha UH I decade of Association football in Barbados, bava teami ban Diapered fW In engagements, or have tlu> btan trained to pi of the Barbadoi U efforts and the enthusiasm and high morale created among tin themselves. Hut tins must imi bo interpreted by the local players that Ihey have arrived. It is the consensus of opinion that the positional pla* and ball control of the visitors was superior to ours, and that Barbados onlj m uned the edge because of a superiority in thni't In their forward line. BEST FOOTBALLER O F IMF I'l.AYKKS, l)u Smith at centre hall-back proved himself the best footballc; if the tournament. Th c Jamau.i team revolved around him in tho pivotal of centre half back ,,nd one saw what he meant to the Jamaira team when tie missed th* colony game. 1 'oopcr HI goal is among the first flu-iit of eoal-ki U %  w. %  Indies tod iy. Ho die%  mmendahle j%  n, poaHfocunj Ing. Alti Sasso, a vert) Manager or the te,im. nulled a ;> In the tout -ore thai had be baan (01 the ...1 on,i and third Tests, irw Barbados defence would have had an additional headache mmgnituda. Ttv %  well tot lluntl. % Dal 1 hill back, who was Inrjjf 111 the laj iiss the otbei full back who played almost throughout the s-'rir-i with a lame knee, but nevertheless with cot fddarabte penonal credit RONMI: OOOKi M MALCOLM. A GREAT i'l \\\ 1; ALCOLM McLCAN wh 1 %  eiv.,i in,. poatlblUty of the leal louring man. if.w.i; equally Irnpretalve ot lethall back and al centra hah beck and when clrcumvl ol right wlngei he performed wi\ .,. that quite possibly might I been equalled by the rag winger Cc* the team, but co 1 scarcely have been tur] For the Barbados team. Fred Coaler bt goal, in the evening ol Oil 1 .:< %  ( i ,. %  1 raat had hla peataat hauhla. There It no doubt that wlthoul to the performance of the other members of the IS.nUidos team. Fred Coaler coraMtuted the baltnca f"i Barbadoi learn between victory and dcfc;l "Brickie" Lucai was our most outstanding forward. Although his performance frrtng thi%  ... % %  ,. consistently good. I think that his performance m th,CarltonJamalca llxlure was brilliant. It is unfortunate thai ha haa exhibited certain qualltlai thi miiuiiie agalnal ins I>,-II. K ralaeted .1 one hopes that these anonly ti.insrlent. Grant and Bright were ;. %  Olid 001 hill back and I think that on thus occasion. C. O Gin h.iuir Ilutchlneon War Cloud Scores Victory In Final Regatta 'Tornadoes' \\ hip "C M Boats (B> Our Yachting; Correspondent) THE FINAL REGATTA of the Royal BaVll kflo Vachl •rag sailed In Carlisle Bag yeat l n. On Iv-d two minutes and 30 secbehind Vamoose. Rogue wa; onds from Rascal but eventually fourth, beating Cvclone by a tnindefeated her by six minutes and 38 u i c „ n< | &% seconds seconds. At the end of the second ; lI could be ,n flyin, a ,,„„„„„ „ „,,,. The urotest in Uv "("' Plus. H nii* in the Intermediate Clas> J2?lS2%i?t£l .Jeanne? ZTLf&JESfirS b the Ukaly Cup winner i'i*?a. hou .r' 35 mmul n "d 3 ^ in this Claea but unfortunately the ^f 00 "^' ^,1 boa,! "f"* *as agamst her 'she lm C a At the end of the firs whipped her nearest rival Mugwin. JP. Eagw which had the bes had up her protest flag handicap, was still in the lead BdJ of the race. Sne was a minute and 17 second Tha Cup for the "D" Class will ahead of Dauntless which gave hei go to Olive Blossom. Olive Biosthree minutes. Third was Dawn som. which was already leading, which overtoi,k Mohawk, twe defeated her nearest rivals yesterminutes and 16 seconds behind day. Dauntless. Mohawk passed om I am a bit uncertain about thc minute and 44 seconds later ClyIntermediate Trophy. It may tie gave live minutes to Mohawk either go to Coronetta or Ctytie. but was only two seconds behtnt Clytie and Reen were second to her She was followed by Been. Coronetta al the end of the last one minute and 20 seconds later regatta. Coronett.i defeated Reen There was only one second differ. to put her out of tho ence between Reen and Gnai show. Clytie (hushed third, four which had a lead of 44 second' poaJUom better than Coronett.i. on Coronetta. The sea yesterday was a bit cnoppy and the wind varied. The Eagle went on to win. 14 secboata sailed north about. After onds ahead of Dauntless, second the western mark thev Clytie was third. 18 seconds betook a northern course before hind Dauntless. Fourth was Gnat %  ailing straight for the beagle. and fifth Dawn, Coronetta beat Fight boats started m the B Reen by 15 seconds while Moha Class. Ranger did not race. A* wa s last. the end ef the iirsi: round War D" class honours went ive 30 seconds to sinhad. Seven boats started in k ht,r .Second u,^ claw At th e end Of the which gave 0 minute to flr* hip Van ThomdykS was n War Cloud She was now 4S secthe lead. She gav* Seabird onds behind. Fantasy was third, minute and overtook her She w — ;3 seconds behind Flirt Rascal, now 49 seconds ahead of Scdnrd which started with Okapi and oiiv e Blossom, which gave two Mo>ra Bl... was fourth, 43 secminutes to Rainbow and five to onds behind Fantasy. She only Van Thorndyke wa, third, a had a lead of. two seconds on minute and a second behind Ok.ici but Moyra Blair was now Seablrd. Sinbad which was two minutes and 56 seconds bestarted with Buccaneer but gave I ind Gipsv passed 49 seconds tw 0 minutes to Olive Blossom Utei with Mischief 44 seconds in was next. 11 second* behind ICar ii L is ollve Blossom. Rainbow was a I nchallcnged mlnut c and 42 seconds behind War Cloud again sailed unSinbad but had a lead of 47 secchallcnged in thc second round ond s on Buccaneer which was 43 now six seconds ahead seconds ahead of Imp. of Flirt, which was second. GipSinbad overtook Van Thornsy. by overtaking Moyra Blair, dyke and Seablrd and went on Okapi, Rascal and Fantasy, was to win th. race. tw 0 minutes and third. She was two minutes and nine seconds ahead of Van 55 seconds behind Flirt. Okapi Thorndyke. Third was Olive %  fourth. 22 seconds beBlossom 14 sees behind Van hind G|p*y. Mischief passed Thorndyke who was fourth and minute and two seconds Buccaneer fifth, after Gipsy. She had a lead of The race for the Frontena only 24 seconds on Rascal which Trophy, which will bring tht was II seconds ;n front of FanR.B.Y.C's 1951 season to u close. MAI,< OI.M M.I FAN 1 member of a touring team, but DUNLOP CAMBRIDGE CYCLE TYRES Kwwmiwi niw 1 1 ,1 1 1 „IIII • DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING LIMITED (BCKSTCIN BROS) Moyra Blair seconds behind Fantasy. Vat cu*,.) nulled steadily in the last round. She came first, beating Gipsy second by 35 seconds. Third was Flirt, 28 seconds behind Gipsy. Mischief was fourth. beating Okapi by 54 seconds. Rascal finished fifth. Fantasy %  forth and Moyra Blair, last. i%  %  conds after Fantasy. In the 'C", Centreboard and 1' ' • %  ... %  %  ; .,11 the bo..tMai ted except Feggy Nan. Ednl. whuh started with Scamp, sailed < well. Sh c overtook Folly after giving her two mingb Bbe finished this round a BUgaita anil a second ahead of Pwly wudn only had a lead of seven seconds on Scamp, the third boat Comet, which gave two seconds to Scamp was fourth She had taken a minute and 18 seconds off the time she gave Scamp. Rogue, which gave Magwin a minute and overtook her, wa* next. She was 32 seconds behind Comet but had a 16-second lead on Magwin. Next was Gannpt. also 18 seconds behind Rogue. Mie was on the verge of being overtaken by Vamoose, which was only a second behind. Vamoose had a lead of a minute and 30 seconds on Cyclone. Cyclone gav e Missbehave six minutes and /ill be sailed on Thursday. The results 13 !<— r HI Fan la* v ) Wmr Cfcmd I run : rearn auir %  lUtnl Okapi 1 Gipr 5 Mlnchlrf %  Baslr II Bfn IS. Clylle 1 Onal 4 ( %  .•' % % %  ". Q IWBV N." 9 Tollv 1 Scamp a 35 Edrll 1 Ml.. Rrhavp %  3* Com* I M Matwin 7 Rosuo 10 Gannrl are as follows:— 1le 111... 1 !.,.,! %  Uftti hr> ml.,. MM 144 1 14 IS I 4 Svabim 10 Van Thi,rndjk. 13 11.1.!.!..... a oiive ISO I 4T n iss iss 14S *ntre f haU back ng h 1VeS ** ""* ,avouritc Cad, an % %  mediocre The Jamaicans have come and gone. A new page has b written m the sporting history of the island. It is understood that h. 11 visit has been made on a reciprocal basis. Let us hope that thi.; visit is an indication that Barbados will once again assume a credit able pjace on the football map of the West Indies. ACCENT ON IIALF-BREDS Jamaican Creoles Have ilel/ted Trinidad I treed ing By BOOKIE I half-breds B N all the talk about the Jamaicans being barrm from Trinidad rlaaatca another new mie %  the Trinidad Turf Club passed at the same tlm. seems to have escaped public notice Vet it is noi without This rule is the new one which also bars all racing In the Trinidad classics. It is a new rule doubt will prove to be unpopular with the majority of Trimdadian breeders although from first indications it seems to have been accepted by the sporting public without much ado. The few people whom I have heard discuss it up here arc divided, roughly half against and half for. Incidentally it is strange for a place like Barbados, where so few half-breds are produced, that any opposition to the new rule should be found at all. It might have Ix-en expected from Grenada where one half-bred winner of the Trinidad Derby and two of the Breeders' Stakes were bred. For myself I am in complete agreement with such a move \t-. enly criticism to offer is that it should have been done before. p n haps at the same time that the T.T.C. decided to abolish all half-bred races at Summer and Christmas fixtures. Perhaps before. To examii,the pros and cons of the matter more fully let us take a look Bt Ihr history of the Trinidad classics OTH the Trinidad Derby and the Breeders' Stakes were first run in the year 1930. At that time tho total number of creole thoroughbreds in training were outnumbered by more than two to one bv th, half-breds. Barbados horses Included The number of thoroughbred three-year-olds could be counted on the fingers, probably of one hin, Between 1930 and 1935 this number may have increased but noi much. Yet in those five years what did we find: one half-bred emn the Derby and one won the Breeders'. These horses were Cant H V Metivier's Lost Match who won the Derby in 1931 and Mrs J Fogarty's Cowboy, who won the Breeders' Stakes in 1935. Th-Vt these two were a cut above the usual run of half-breds there was no doubt I.ast Match was by that most famous of West Indian sires Quu>' Match, who gave us. ameng others. Take-a-Light and Footpad ahd Cowboy was out of Cowbell, .he best half-bred broodmare that w 1 bava ever seen on this side of the British Caribbean. Up to 1935 the breeding of half-breds showed no abating in Trimdad and while countless English thoroughbred mares came and wen through the racing scene with, at finding any owners, half-bred mare> continued to be husbanded by estate owners. The Trinidad Government, in its determine.! eflort to prove that stallions were kept on H slock breeding farm solely for the purpose of breeding cart hutlM even went so for as to purchase half-bred a It is small wonder therefore that when Cowboy won the Breeder-' Stakes in 1935 this only added impetus to the belief that there was n<> difference in the racing capabilities of half-bred or thoroughbred Creoles. When in 1936. 37 and 38 the Derby was won by three hnlfbreds in a row. and the Breeders' of 1937 was also won bv "one 0 these same horsrs. the reputation of the half-bred broodmaies arual have been great indeed. The thoroughbred mares were in eclipse and Barbados breeders alone appeared to bother with them. I shoul.. imagine that if at this time the best half-bred of them all, Andv. had come along the reputation of the thoroughbreds would have taken a further dip. OUT the saying that blood will tell means much more In racing than *J> we care to think. In spite of the spiralling number of half-bred. which were mainly responsible fcr each Trinidad meeting breaking a record as far as the number of entries was concerned, the thoroughbreds came back to capture every Trinidad classic except one between 1939 and the present time. It is quite true that during thi< time the number of thoroughbred mares had increased. But so ha>< the half-breds. Yet in the face of such obvious evidence that thi half-breds were inferior it was still possible to hear c-ne or two Trinidad breeders maintaining, up to the year 1945. that when ail things were considered there was really no difference between the two. Diehards never give up do they %  Therefore reduced to bare facts and figures it is seen thai In the 21 years since the Trinidad Derby and the Breeders' Stake been run only 4 half-breds have won the former classic and 3 the latter. This in spite of the fact that for the first ten vears at leas-, in the life of bolh classics there was a preponderance cf half-breds. broodmares as well as those actually racing. That boils it down to 7 successes out of a tola! of 42 events, i.e. one-sixth. Nor can it be argued that in recent years in some of the classievontl there were no half-breds taking part and that therefore these must not be counted. That only meant in those years there were no half-breds considered good enough to be given the chance of Masting subscription fees upon them. There is therefore no practicable point for keeping the classicopen to half-breds and if the T.T.C. are of the opinion that there is still a possibility of discouraging the breeding of them and substituting thoroughbreds in their place by barring them from the classics, then I say that they are entitled to make such a move. B UT it certainly looks to ma as if the cart is still in front of the bOfrM and that something more will be required to make the breeding of thoroughbreds popular in Trinidad. In this respect I canno: ee how the barring of Jamaican crcoles from thc classics can help. Furthermore if the T.T.C. are foolish enough to believe that barring the Jamaican creoles from all claases lower than C2 will also help m Ibfa respect they will be making the greatest mistake. A glance at racing in Jamaica will at once reveal what the trouMe m Trinidad really is. in Jamaica there are as many or more creole horses in training as the total number of all breeds In Tnnl|ad Ud Barbados put together. Yet the great Bia}0ftty of thaat re thoroughbreds and the few half-breds that there are belong to one jr two very old families founded by half-bred mares almost one hundred years ago. The total number of the latter is almost negligible and In some respects might be regarded as thoroughbreds. Now the question is why does Jamaica have such a preponderance of thoroughbreds and Trinidad just the opposite. Not because there is such excellent pasturage in Jamaica nor because there is so much more space on the island for thc foals to run wild, as I saw suggested in the Trinidad press during the week. It is because Jamaican breeders discovered long ago that it is just as cheap to raise a thoroughbred as a half-bred and in time they have built up the number of their thoroughbred mares so that to-da.v a thoroughbred mare con be purchased reasonably cheap for breeding purposes just as In Trinidad you can buy a half-bred mare. Therefore, aI see it. if the T.T.C. continue to encourage Jamaican stock to be imported to Trinidad they will eventually fill the void among broodmares created when breeders discover that it is no longer profitable to breed half-breds. Then instead of a few dozen half-breds being turned out in Trinidad every year we will see thoioughbreds In their place. Then, and then only, will one be able to compare the merits of Jamaica and Trinidad as horse breeding countries. I am not going to suggest that Trinidad will come out on top. 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•' %  for many vaan. if -ver. hns the tee at the 330 yard first until solemn but sporting champthe gram m eJaar und then took ip been the scene ol so much a spoon for fear of going over tin* arity. Tha reason was—Mr. back. Sad to relate, ne fell shorr ope. an American golfer who of his objective and. although he I at Lakeside. U.SA. The Hid h;ivr f-i* or trvo colossal clouts Mr. Hope is probably much of over 3ut> y.ndlatsr • r known to thousands as Bob eventually beaten 2 up by one of %  of stage, screen and radio his countrymen. His reputation as a comeIf there an I 10 b* Is world wide. learned from the I fould suggest thai as a golfer in the Amateur Championship a very good comedian. this year, it was that to win at riving at the course in a golf, one lias to attack Ibi Kill. Uful, streamlined American This is n lesson the Americans In and accompanied by dim particular have mastered TIBS Marilyn Maxwell. Bob 1 hit that ball ns if thev real I v was quickly surrounded by meant it. Even Bob Hope. d of cameramen. Kg wivei — ;ed his way en to the practice „ --,t n Dg green, where he posed for SOCCef LlUDS Kai8 l ul shots. After missing half _,_ _, _sen Bfaort puttS, he turned TlU'll* PWVOrS PUV J and sold: "My short game * be bad, but. oh boy. my long LONDON. June 2 Vital decisions effecting dubs rther gusts of laughter puncplayers and the public were made d the otherwise calm Porthat the annual meeting of the Footair as Hope, without the bell League m London today ance of his gag writers, alThe clubs agreed to raise the found the right thing to say maximum pay of player* by £2 right time. And UV C 14 a week during the playing lg moment. Having explained season. Maximum pay for the an honour it was fur him to close season remains at £10 a %  king part in the Amateur week. ipionshlp, he stepped up on To help pay for this, the clubs leeing ground to drive off. agreed to raise the minimum adposes for more photographs mission charge by 3d. to 1 '6 per hen silence as Hope addressgame. IC ball. For ten seconds he The clubs placed a ban on the id and swayed on his feet broadcasting of commentaries n wireless aerial in a strong during the progress of games hut before mis-hitting the ball it was agreed that commentaries yards into the rough. be recorded and broadens; at a Jr usual drive." said Hope. time when gamos were not actud so it went on. Hope had aily being played. This applied %  a lot of bad shots in ins m |y to league games, r and. perhaps a little overArthur Drawls', Prvrident of the by the occasion, he displayed League stated that due almost of them. One delightful cntirelv to the bad weather coneana at the first, howiver. dltlons. about a million fewer typical ol tha I right and people watched soccer last season ry manner In which he went compared with 1949/SO. —Reuier. IF defeat. He had playad %  %  i LEAN VM .11.HK Parlrll RunHi' Milt liM.t-r L10 % %  n can! for the 1.500 i 3 mms. 43 sees, held itu) bv the raw Swedes Lamrt Strand and Guader Haeflg nd Bannister may finish very has another good pros100 metres j.ihu Perlett. Turopejn 80n etsaaaplon, sa illSU Parlett raced Into world clasfor the mile m Paris last weekcm'. when he llnished second in 4 mins career. His pmv*MM 4 BfcjDt 12 sees. the fourth Englishman second* fin the mile. Tlie others wen Bl Wooderson. former worW Nt d hosier. Bill NanK.vill. Br.'-h champion and Bannister .. has been decided about Pariett's Otyntpk plant Ha %  he %  .nl not vet been kBVitad U gay set distance^Renier. JUNE 3 — NO. 174 The Topic 0NIY ONE SOAP GIVES YOUR SKIN THIS EXCITING FRAGRANCE Your skin will bacooler.i wester... desirably dainty from head-to-tee If you beihe with fragrant Cashmere Bouquet Beauty Soap. EDWIN ROttrKtt. %  H hi lifting rtiUiusls*t of the iHnd. makes a rul stSeaapt I Hak during a work-out at the Barjcll Club. BaaMnaa. Other lifters watch with Interest. WeighUifting Eliminations A Success By P. A. V. C x who made three successful %  ,,. L ., • Sttampla with 174. 189 and l ,.ed -" %  I % %  THF id In nd 184. In the clean and H I Layna mide all failures with L'L'i 234 and 244. lnnus wai with 224 and 234. his i lifts. He failed with 244. The results of the 140 pound* division is as follows: B. Cox ith .... ..nuls. Every one was .mxiously lookid to the lifts, in the 16r> pound division. They ware mtrrettad In Hanaapl Jackman. who making a come back to tlv Bav iu nivtsion is as louow-s: it. vo 'X 11' H"t with 827. Inniss second wii i one nf r H ,nd 1 *V n< ,hl ,,,,h '' %  recovery from his bad dr Us third shot run up to withit f-.-t of the pin. The liirge rv applauded this shot and I vcitli rather a pleased exIon on his face, took out hi* ir while his opponent ihapad S. AfriranH Hit 2W Against Surrey LONDON. June 2.. South Africans were out pr his third shot. This was for 209 ugainst Surrey at the Ovul il beauty and. after pitching to-day in their last game bafcrt t three vards from the pin, the First Test. A up to within eighteen Inches. At the cloee Sum-.. fl out anv ado Bob HO|Kthrew for two in reply after losing two mtter in the air and pretendwickets without %  run on the stalk off the green. It might board. been ull rathar iitiu--ii.il for Dudlcv Notirse, Captaiiij, who \mateur Championrhip, but go i 45 and Cllve Van jrowd loved It. who hit 80 helped the South Afiiislly. for the record, let me cans lo a laaswiglUa t"'"l after they that Bob did make I flno had lost four wickets for 49. ;ery when It looked as Michael Mella took the two gh he might be overwhelmed, j,,,, rey wickets which fell with rppor.rnt was four up with successive balls but Lume Fish0 play but Bob won the fourio<-k grid Mirhnel Barton put on h. fifteenth and sixteenth to go in 75 minutes for the unfinished (ilv one down. And not until (bird wicket -da-nct — ReuterUt his tee shot into a — S ,cvo„,„,h . M n.u CONNELL WINS MM hp will now have the RIFLE SHOOT faction of returning to the < %  and < row in over his grel U-Col J. Coruiell won l>..lh Blng Crtwby. For In the the gun-seore and the handirjp teur last vear Crosbv lost his shoots at the Government Rifle li 3 and 2. Hope this year Range .yesterday. The day was beaten onlv 2 and I. extremely hot but the light was e brilliant sunshine, in which "^ throughout. S. Carringl.... orst round m.i matches withiM points earn. " %  "> %  " played, continued tor 'he Con jell who ^ot Mm he gu^„"Sr~ ffstfBE S-,o C come^crnd N .,i &sr£sts Jtakgryt ?••&,: e le bachelors In the Sjortd Chaso score ,f 98 28 10 lflke h(? tahan, whose weight-lifting )lll(t lacc luve earned him the nick"Following are the beit eight t or "Toledo muscle man" vores in lhe gun-score: Lt. Conid below his .best to win 2 nel | flfli g, Carrtngton !-4. Capt. 1 over Major Ian Keel an of c; E, Neblett 94, H.S.M H. C. B. (oval Eisgir.eers, who had enMarshall 92. Major A. S. Warren I from Mombasa where he y,i. M G Tucker 89. Major A DeV. Hationed until recently. Chase 88 and O. Shepherd KH %  anahan arai, of courat, only There will ba %  small bora trial if a very strong Ameriran inihoot at the Drill Hall on Wedne->m which included all the day night at 8 o'clock %  %  ;P Tm,: laUng .,ii ol h This was In %  .,. -he ,.,,„ „ „ .., a 3 _„ d Weight lifting Ch. tH Wueeli | Park on June li at 8 p.m. further %  : : Monday night. A crowd of over 200 were seated around the n< lifting !>qu*r sit I'.iiia LsMOSfts This CluO, Mr. Haiold Wei ster. has one the l>est iqul|.|'i'd isltnd. TinihOW iHHPui nl 8 In tha IM-pound division lhar were three cntrunts. I frntn Bedes Gym made .. M.I v. ith 144 pound* but sport. Jackman made successful failed with 165. He did not take presses with 174. 189 and 204 a third tiv. pounds S Fields started with A Beekles of Unique Club lalfasj 164 but Tailed In his second an I M-i tlnrd attempts w-ith 179 pounds. poond i ad in hla second attanpl >>ud asked foi I ii -i i ......I 149 pounds. This as passe... A. Alleyne took for hi-first Mt Becklc* is a powerl 'i He succeeded with this but was not Mirneiently \> %  i id with 174 in his seconu VtaVn he made his first attempt. attempt. In the snatch he made ...... 174, and 184 but failed with 194. , ""', ,V 0 **' , Fields snatched 164 and 174 and A iieibit rii.i.-k c > lad with 184. Jackman snatch* ,th 5**J ...n c ,i M ond M l>ul rill ied with 204. his second attempt. Hi look 149 jgokman disappointed his ad^" Il ni.rers in the clean and |ark Bj failing with 259 pounds. S. Field: f uled With 224 in his fust at'anipi .... adad in h.s second Hi In the inaUi, l. ;wlb ,, r,,ii.d iih ?"id A Atlv—> he Jiut t ould nut locn oB in hi ec I with t %  i i.kari athough he "~' : in '"' w,lh 3 Hie Judges were; Uelbeit Ban''.'" ulster. Ben Jones. S H,.l i i Clarke and G. G.Ik.-.. Mi W Qraanum aetad M I I ... : •; . I. \li Harold Webster and Altar lea Uftti '.Iti Mi Kit i I ITaakaO took 10U and %  li. Artie pounds for his inst ami ,.-1 siaaafthai • who assisted ll. This ended the 13J p." ' < '' thanks with Weekes as onBJnplorL Hi '' Xl1 sWWln Rogers who went total being 811 '"is A Beckla '" "" , makp lhe howa,ucwas second with .102 pounds an Herbert third, with 288 pound Arthur \Yiift Beiti Roger Bannister LONDON. June 2 Arthur Wlnt of Jamah pic *ao metres champion be. Kogrr Hanmrtei. Britain's hope fo lhe 1.500 melies -t the 188 B cs In a quarter mlk ^ iddlrsex Count> Athletl plonsliip* at St-nu-i lo-d.o Wlnt won bv eight yards In 48 1 second wti t u| i naa record The pravii : %  Anothi! v^ %  1 is B MacDonald Mian Ol Trinldnd wh. his 220 yards championsbip b) winning the event In 21 8 seconds He bad unit yards to I rival Both wint and McDonald Bailaj are memberor the Poj Club Reulrr Nf pnuiitla his snatch nd %  With 144 .1 .: d, 1 d with 224 and 234 but nil with 244. ults In t *lth 5H2 poundhTartan had bad luck la claan and Jerk).. He missed ill his jei k* bv %  succeeded with ,i. upt. Y.M P.C. Defeat College v M r.i' dafeatad Haniao ( llMI 18 4 when they met a.. Iiasketball at V M.I'.C. Grounds la* nigh:. • ,tml m t, v M IT Bdghl i poaatt and U Graanhlaa) %  aj six. Mr. Miller, a for mt-r wcigh:%  Lao *p-ike ultout the alms l | that the lifters were not just there to outm but to reach a certagle l* fn standard. Cox ._ \\ ins Raring Trophy 3 Competitors tors ni the 148 pound division, H. Cox of Aero. Gbayne and B InnlM of A> Started flrtt In Ins pratt with 154 ; t easily. Innlsi M | ind made It In mditar] ityla. Larnt HFLFAST June 2 with 168 and failed. Con was Th Udema'tmnal' Tourist successful In hit second atl^mp! Tmphv ; „„i a cash award of £1.000 with 169. Uyne with the snt-ie v M wr „. Irjlay t(V ho v ,. <(Tll weight had lhe approval of the ,hampton racing motorist l>wtir judges but lnn.*s failed with I74. ([ ,sepne Farina of Italy In his He asked that the weight be A ir. Hnmei. He covered the 200 checked ond it was found that one mi |,. count at Hundred near side was five pounds over, lie Helfast at an average speed of | b ihe lift again but failed. 91.4A mltao an hoar. Co\ pressed 174 in easy fashion. He beat the British driver Reg illod with 174 end roniai Parnail in a Ferrari, who was sccdld nol taka his last lift. md by 05 seconds. The snatch was very easy for Reuter. INIVIIM I \ I HI 1 !'•" Of Tin u>:sr INDII 8 r.XTRAMUKAl. DEPARTMENT WETMOUTH CLUB TWM I.I i i I THK IDEA Or THE BR1T1HII COMMONWEALTH by AUBREY UOUtlLAHHMlTH. MA MONDAYS. June ltd A 11th at 848 |im •ku.... „ -JF"*.. • Admission FHEF 3.6.50 CARGO ST0M&CHPAIN1 1 At ^ imblt'doii it) VKRNON MtlRt.AN) 1-ONDON. June 2. Me. Altbea Gibkoii. the BrSt %  'UiiueU Ajnetican woman to put) at Wimbledon i. one ol U new persoiiaUltes who will hasp to make this year'* Lawn TatUtH nablp meeting baajajilni i on June 25 on>ol the Dsoal outi standing of the peal wai %  '. ** u, \ othcAn.iin-,, nawcomorg will ,, i —i HM be (in 1,'ianiorous Bavarly BakM lhe an) from California with thci double forehand htroku and Wt Savilt hulder of the A Mii t h title. The Ju land Club have received Ultima" ti.n fn in playi: %  train ana thai U lounlrics thai thev arc .-ciruu(.l i the festival Wimbledon Chan .pl o ao h too, Hudge Patty, 'hum ol lu Frcndb Usla wBl >> %  aafandlng hli .singlo. title in SSStte of ibi l.al that he Is still suffering (run i .m ankle ilijuicd I...-1 Reuter date for entries hi ",'^" lu i 4 but slreedj the AH Eug-i \.„ .nu wm M WA inau for better listening Designed and built for servae under the most .ting condition*, these splendidly styled Kkio receivers sre noteworthy for sensiliviry, clarity, power and complete reliability. They give you better listening because they arc constructed by Britain', hneit radio technicians liter careful study of your local reception conditions, and bcvauic they arc quality-engineered throughout. For really worthwhilc> trouble-free rsdio, r#fv on Hkco! It's so easy to ship ajbnogfl anything hy air. — emd inexpensive loo. For advice on vour Ireight problems rail. 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MKK41 ABSOIAK 'I MM1 Jl SE ADMtfnTE Sun4a< June I 1S1 A STIIW4.K SH1MION IJRED SAVAGE was entrusted nerd a re p resentative journal eg to HM Kingdom a* a truest I Ooverrment Trie obvious manner lo go about hit tasJ: was lo leave it to the journalist island to *lm a prI tbe ranks of those who work on the \ arwua nevspapers in Barbados; Such a procedure would have been appreciate profession Bui. by adopting eueti a meth > %  was no certainty that an obscure inexperienced journalist of a particular politic:/, persuasion would have been selected. Sir Alfred* choice has lallen on ;.u*.: such a person who is on the stafl of a journal whose very officers and Directors disclaim that it u newsp*p* %  reoofniaed sen** of the term. registered as such, and prefer, for reason* best known to ihetnseives, u rail n a Trade Union J Will. • aiissV what asaaoat agag f i rt Jet* 11 III : Mb There art r.. a nfc da H i am air Brorae. the Pusaax i* of the Pre** and as experienced a career jh juuniafisrn as aa> other peraoa in Barbaooa, V who has heidlbe I of the OWrvce U* many years, and Mr m aU-round >trriaiist at whose claims could not have beer, disputed On what gr "• Manr. chose-r I ctatorial laatiion Per*t | I i*-Ws-*>the individual who was moat in neeo nt cultural opanrtaaiauea. Bu: <•••*?• charitable construction is place-, action it will noteatanef te hitr. ia depriving a deservm*. journalist I for what, after alL wouia have \*Ben a aipnal honour It <• Venezuelan %  •-: Iusines. 1 here the posit inn would be much the same The investment could be liquidated and tne proceeds of sale, to the extent of tie original cost of the interest, could be re. eneruela f<* conversion Bohvarea But the remittance of profits and the retransier of capital must meet BJCJ Control of Barbados, and permission w given in raspert af "appewed uiveatrr %  Ar. appr'-ved investment cofisssts of the onatruction of a new buiWmg as opposed < purchase of exasting presniaes, provided that the Government regards the new bu iding as being of sufficient importance K. the local econorr. a departure from the normal practice. The Bahamas on the other hand, are %  •*-red To quote from a Government notice "Capital directly invested in r-ahamas after January 1950 by nonresidents in projects approved by the Bahamas Exchange Control at the time of investment may be repatriated at any timt to the extent of the original investment %  the sale of an investiToperty may not be repatriated but must po into a blocked sterling account Repatriation is extended to the subsequent as we u the initial investment, and in the real estate ;t applies whether properv :i purchased lor personal occupation or for listing Rents of property purchased by a nonresident receded :r. steriiifcg are co n ver ti ble if desired into approreign currency of the investor." The Barbados Government would do well TC example of the Bahamas if Hut as usual the v.liair. behind .fie scene*, is the British G ov e rnm ent oat any doubt J the Currency Cor.tr ruhaat is uaaaasa. lalias" from persons in Hard Currency areas will he uesu ai a eli reee the il—aliantar of aaarhsdoa Here we are crying out far dollars, and doing Our best tc keep them out IIMill (IBREMV BESrDES putting a sample "No Parking" pole at Sea well, the Barbados Government should display a notice reading something like this "Warning. V*s from hard currency areas are hereby warned that it is dangerous to buy a house in Barbados." Few visitors from hard currency areas. such as Canada and Venezuela leaiize that it is dangerous for them to buy houses uthut island, but there is a danger and in fairness to them it should be publicised The position is this: A Venezuelan, for instance, comes to Barbados for a holiday. likes the place and decides to buy a house here so that he can spend his six-week holiIn this island every year. Perhaps he cannot afford to keep his house shut up for the time that he is not in Barbados, or perhaps he is sociable, so he either rents it or lends it to a friend for a few weeks. A year later, say, he goes bankrupt in Venezuela, or he Rets tired of Barbados and decides to sell his house here. He wants to pet his Bolivarc-s back. But no. he finds that his money * blocked Because London says that if a Venezuelan buys a house here he will only be allowed to remit to Venezuela in Bohvares th? proceeds of the sale of the house to the extent that such proceeds do not exceed the purchase price, on cor that the house has been used solely inoccupation and use of the owner. Therefore a person from a hard currency uya a house in Barbados cannot rent it if eventually he may want to get his original investment back in the currency of the country in which he lives. sally, it would seem that there should be no obiection to his renting his house so long as the rent was rvt converted into hardcurr-r U r UthtBWel a middle class Venezuelan who could not afford to keep a house h^re empty for all but : which he could liv dur.' A'ould be able to rent the house and let the rental accumulate in Barb;.'lo pay for repairs and servants' wages HELL DO.XE! discarded its swaddhng clothes and has staged success. an-aica w Barbados' tournament ax rinanifiias %  Main I the asd of outa*oe rw.; striae disturbing rumours were spread %  %  af tne Associ ati on Whiie it was adtsuttasrl ina: the matches were well attended a aWassOaa isMnaaBl --• Bl la* ananVaal aspect of tne gene receipt* was whaspcred uasranh. Tne detractors of tne Association stated thai the attendance matches aric the gate receipt* fiore nr Hrtataal M %  SlacJoasss at tne gales and ieaaages were gi\-er as reasons for tne poor takings Happily ahe Association bas Deer, able to nail these malicious H an attempt to show that the Association .-rioertake a tourm %  %  tenceo outside The detractors overiomted tut lsct that the Association nas access to the financial recuros of past tournaments It is ilium:: axing to l-nd ahat IMT Iron, being incompi-.tie mucr. vaunted t-xpert nei; nas uetterec any previous return* loi fuotbail tournaments at Keraungtoc Nor bat the bus i n es s enc I '-rnasoetit bear, the only succea; The Assocuataac and Mr WUkes must oe cernplaae nasd ler the rnetan*orpnosiF srhsth has lahea place overnigr. sss %  foe cfesard ail IM*T tht Midlu.Kiif. aaa ass fai ong/"* i/ I'm jcumt a ckuM OM all sen Bas Leiu l'>'i" THEWXIKXOW r.i.. Brevi n:. GEoac HI>TC Said %  > Raevn "We what Crowo Colony ssssv way uut I hea* Ena^aeaess f them tad*lr. ihe IPest n* alrr+. ltTft Caasswl ^ .' '..' %  • •e Council that the earT Governmem airing eon* w __ dsSernunatior that it wooht as te ttunc for the Cauttci BSl of aelf-fo*lt m**r* thr EIKBbve and no imtr..— %  %  a prTbaps pi-af oundlv unassealBSsd with an wants and cu— co *rituun( themtor the entire eoustrjpravMbng to: ns supposed %  seas any inctiiuuon thev think — appoinung an.v number aflBMfs thej dean expedteat i attaching what salaries they tm u> that U BVTS. preparing a an stiraates. asd kjavOig %  aj lasaen at laasfb k % %  LT C "ry the privilege of submitupon taem to meet the estimatas of the Crown. Thi being the rase iaj adeiee i? to hold so upon our ciMunitutiun and to stand up for atlt-apeernsafni B' kmg as we are %  cad awareal aaal pn %  an would tairaiorp he u* feertat tt> tBPiiMrr SSQqvsouon camCLOSED FOK REPAIRS Advocate Stationery lo a few abort weeks Mr. Wilkes has been able to awes i n oat has charges the value ef teaaa work aad to eradicate the old idea that tastes'1 wee a gaane ior the seiesh individual pLaver to shine 1: -< diaVult to bei atv e that such a transformation could take place in such a short time and everyone who saw the games at Kensington appreciated the steriang work of the coach But the Barbados teem assart not imagine that they have arrived. The material is there and if they are to develop into an outstanding Caribbean teem they must be prepared to practice assiduously and to the advice of those who know about the game ..maican team was not a first class combination although it did include some outstanding players. They were undoubtedly better midfield than the homesters and had they possessed forwards with the ability to shoot and a goal keeper of the ifaiUrv of Coxier %  -J Barbados. Perhaps the chief lesson lo be learned from the tour by the Barbadian team is that in football more so than in many other games a short stride is an essential for maintaining balance and quick manoeuvrability. Time and again tne Jamaican's short, quick stride and ability to turn quickly left the island players in full cry chasing for the touch line as though they were competing with Arthur Wint in an 8d0. It is to be hoped that this tour is only the beginning of better relations with the people of the Land of Springs, and that in the near future a Football team from this island will vint Jamaica, meeting that colony's full strength and learning from them the finer points of the game for aotne year* the Colonial Ofier in Loodot. nad been o-ying woo Barbaso* into forming a asd s n ii H i he sstd ap s wn Wd to • %  awe uCavai u. con J aaass ot Th* traoas" T**r aar aardl* i* ai. EnglaStmar. an Bar_ tooav who wauid %  sabCOTfedersUor. which w*ld ... K-ntM .ssf; tc the r^w, of ColUude u^ Wmdwam ialanda with oawl POraer anSssffhi nasst o: o^ ejoatmg rederal Leeward Utam migh: 0* a bit DafSaQ anou: i^and*. Governor Pope Henneasy me troops. The tact was that U) oflered the most attractive bait. Hr-OQuajSeri fcr A, Hr llM ^u, H ouaes of the I*gu' %  -'" ; % %  •-' %  %  latar> %  Maroa an "eas reaaa was m BarbaOos whueb waj Sieri Qenl population HI wa> redundunt the aaat of Govenmssssn aa toe „,„ lo day it hi aurplu*) u ill tmd rei of Barbaaos. a natural outlet in the nnghbourCrenasa. 5: Vitieent. Si Lucia m, uhmdi when by a uniform Had Tobago uoaJ yem. the tame laws. 1st WM fcaStaa waa no! Uo* lo the bmr tariff, and constant come bait:
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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
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Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Sunday, June 03, 1951
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ESTABLISHED 1895
I1AKHADOK. Jl NE 3. IKI
i RICI SIX CENTS
U.N. PURSUIT OF REDS ENDS
No Holiday For U.S.
Workers, No Overtime:
No Gambling
Don't -Say "Hr- Didn't Tell"
I/.& IHckers Tell lEm tgrnn Is"'
QNE THOUSAND, five hundred and seventy .
nine workers have already been selected for
the U.S.A. They have passed their medical exam
inations. Approximately four hundred and twenty
one are now needed. These will be selected this
week by Mr. "Bill" T\ bt rf Resort Airlines and
Mr. John Miller of Fall Pi-/er Canning Company.
Western Govts. Use
Delaying Taetietf
Says Red Paper
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tula1 note to U
Union proposing I
ters' ConffTPm-c in N>
July 23.
But Pravda. CODimui
organ rnrni'd (hi- baadU
ing tartlet" over today'-
fiom its own U.u
Yuri Zhuknv
The article said that
ernmenls of the thin
Dow*; were eXSrtJng .
not ti> give n clear answer to the
direct que-liciii ulu'Ui.'i
a peaceful settlement
verilai International out
prefer also in future to follow the
path of adventure"
It Mid that in view of ihe Im-
pending French elections, Westc-n
diplomacy was i <
genuity to scared inr i vi
lay*. Under cover of U
screen" of the Koreic
Deputies' talk I
Truman and Ins Generals were
speeding up the :
Atlantic Put m :
.Heater.
Lorry Drivers*
Resume Work
LONDON. June. &
Long distance transport Ionic
streamed back on to Brll i
main roads today at the end of the
six-day unofficial strike of tie
!2.00n ,iri\. r
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against the Introduction
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resume work following
tnimont statement tliiit further
discussions would be held on the
Uojccl with their union
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rarrying seivices in Ira
are state run. About 30.000
drivers had refused to Join i "
Strike.Reuter.
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Guatemala
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was followed by In I I
n Guatemala i
l.mited to cracked ceil
overturned lamps. Then waff
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deaths. Authority- daacrlbed the
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Communists Had 100,000
Casualties In 2 Weeks
Persia Anxious To
Settle Oil Crisis
Says Truman
LONDON. June 1.
PHKSIDKNT TRUMAN in r is -i.i i.nsi- a|>p.a! letter U
anxiety" ol his
Government about Persia's present situation, according 1'
the pur)M>rted text of the letter published in Teheran u>
dsy In tin- largest newspaper, and also broadcast by
Ti lu'ian rsfjio, KOOrdaBg lo .1 report received in London.
Truman's letter to Prime Minister Mohammed Mos-
i. ;is quoted here to-day began, "His Excellency Prime
Minister, I express the strongest anxiety of the Unite*
Qovermenl regavdini Penia'i piesent situation ano
1 u aura Your Excellency shares this anxiety.
< "I know how important to th<
iintisii Ooverarm:
lory solution of the difTcrence he-
:ellt .UK
i i regard
ing the activities of the Ansjs*
"tl Company
r 1II3 awara thai th
sudntensna <>* Persia's Independ-
ence is a necessary and fundamen-
tal mattei and also the "am '
Persian oil i" of the litre-
Still Unsolved
POLICE were today pr-ibim- tin the "red
haired attacker" in Princess Elizabeth*! 1-ondon home.
They cordoned off the building with a squad of motor
cars and motor cycle patrols las! night after a 40-year-old
woman said she was attacked by a man who punched her
on her nose and knocked her out.
The incidnt. she said, took'
Pope Conseerales
\eu Hi".! \ltar
Persia .May Heeeive
ili-ili-h Delegation
TaWERAN, sane -'.
tori told
Prime Minister Mohammed M":.-'
dagh to-daj that they thought ho
I
3n the nationallitii>n of it:. Iirtt-
ish run oil IndUStrVi
The Tl-year-oM Crime Hinlataf
nad read I
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'torn President Truman j i
Senators told lloaeddejh that
whUa Truman's note did not
ttltude I
asecutlon ol the
Uon law, some of then
the Prime I -old agree
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lions to the national] il
without being in j r .
\! kki is .ilso Six-retar>- of the
Oi! M rtiooaUaalhwi Coinmitiee.
Renter
"Information *.Jofl > heal ra<
recently makes me believe thai
the Paralan GovarnrAacM is willing
and even anxtoua to aaacfa a set-
tlement with the Government ol
ll .
i i i i.
the Wishes of the I'eiM..'
bailee then oil r

Opportunity Given
9 Govern the Uiuteu
siat.s in recent daj
III rtrm opinion to the
i *. the Par-
hiib now been
I | tunltj for dlacua-
m should
Ithoul delay.
W ive the utmost ho|K- that
nun i t e alile to
in without delay
Red Coiiunillee
Men Expelled
PRAGUE. |u
ol aii lha
Communist Party committee men
in ihe Bra aentre
v industry, have been ex-
x monthi
today.
are purged tot
- inliei ol thi' lor-
II. r i h.ef ( the I '"in- inM Parti
Brno, Otto sin
trial on charges of
I
lent Kh -
ottwald.
grtjp report pub-
day bs Rade Prave *
tech Com-
I paj'-. ! that in the

district commitii'
new mem-
. from the
I .' ihe factory a
Keulrr.
eutatives with full
I i'ihii with the Pcr-
. precis
proposals in conformity with the
* nation a ltaaUon of oil
rlerberi
ayi in hti
Ihe Brltlah House of
i on m.iv fa,
opinion although lha ra>
Govero-
. en
Oil
l Persian < kwerranerrl
.It have no
II the Oil CompanyV
lives be rcfveeffmatlvea
llah Govarnmant also."
i ire that a solution can
be found acceptable lo Pal '
i rely hop*
effort will be made to
slm Signed: Harry s
|tui KeuUsr.
place on the ground floor of Clar-
ence Hous" where the
had Just returned from the Epsom
1 ace,
The Landan Dally M*il
that the man in klnki batl
uttd hlcek shoes, struck th" tele-
phonist with a black Jack as she
grappled with him.
Another version sod thai lha
tola op behind the WOfl in
While -i" a it the -witchhoard.
"No trace of the red haired man
or how he i nee House
was di:< Mall laid
The newspaper sud lb
lipped a i ii| In |
arm and she wag take'
uital and returned to ClarSDSe
Mouse after treatment.
All teeurlty aai
House ar* put
Three guard, with fixe -
patrol the grounds and three
inside the house, p..
- on* have Ind
no unauthond per: i
.- i! . dug |
mg. The no! ire said that the tclt-
oeen working at
ago was unable to give a coherent
account of what ha;
" Her.
Hunger Threatens
Northern Brazil
RIO DC /AM
again UlT
tl am Brazil, mal
Gears following the ra-
ni whlco
rcplassallcd that re:lon earlier thi.
HOME

rssly have agai:
. BoW o| iel ..
aaaabsn InUi towns outside
.'i fugees as
the *J5th annit I in some case* commit-
B nop, ing acts of violence and in one
.ey Invaded tl
slaughter house, taking Ava
killed and roasted in
Aftci
Altar of the church, the Pope1 Reuter.
-
HICH WINDS SEND
POCKET CARTOON
by OSHERT LANCASTER
' Keep II lo yiurt'ii
II I can o"lw la* '"p
> potr nt hnrn* I Uni
tail MB ht- ahl* t; rmU
ox on th* itlaa* atcem
l>
DAVID BEN OURI0N
(right) Prime Minister of
Itiael, in In th United Stt>
on a nationwide torn to sup
port a 500,000.000 dolUt
Israel! Bond l*iue marking
the nation third jmUveraary
He tirok" his k*MBaS| from
New York to P> dad^lphia to
mM Profeor Albert Gin
IMS.
3 U.S. Planes
Cbllide
NEW YOltK. June 2
A formation if three United
States ofr force planes collided
over Loos Island. Now York today
Ol them plunged in flam-
imblg dives to e.,l ih
two men were Mil i\
tSN one of the
aped with little n n
iai'iage from the aei lal -
Una- of the planet hurtle I inl
Held no) fn Erom thi
aVSn atomk- energy laboratory
rha othm dived Into
it.- 'mrtf .i . IDagi heel
Hiookhuven villasa poUEu
;.i I iwo bodies were rcvttvi n d.
GIaH \lino-i Fell
On Mibtf Iinm.ui
LONDON, .Kine i
Twelve heavy shoota of plate
ii '! with h
'thud" a fas ya
Miss Margaret TrunuUI t.mght
after she bad arrlv"
Waleiloo Station
QlaSB hi i agaitiPl
lha aii ot a platform lo await

P ti.(i|,. .,ii.. luli'M-el .
pressed rorward t.>,
of the ::.
the Cm:. ant, here
in: i nla Renter,
Fiench Chie* Flies To
Paris W.lh Son's Body

Jeaui Da I
tastdsni Prsm I H i i
Mom i aod Commandi
in Indo China an <\< I at Orty
airport nenr Parti today with Ihe
1 I
itnt-Coi. i> Taaaisny nod two
other ohVet
i ind ChU
The ln-i
airport with nulltarj b> >
(ore betal| taken to Invulidev in
Paris (where Na
Where they will Ikl In
then funeral on M
Waster.
Ceasefire
Al 38th
Possible
Says Xcheson
WASlilNUTl
SECRETARY
Dean At-1 i
the United SCstes night a^ree
to a ossje Mii' si thi

h.ii the Unit* I


Nations w i j .-
N
bokL


\ u
Jeutennni i
! ted Nal

i
H escspl
11 Irailn rlvei
R
ha v- .,
(mum pieiidsni Pi im
.. ial
White House m<
i
hur.


i
1 i '
General < hnai Qradl .
an nl tin
'
lha Committee ghoul ...
H
Wilic)
Aeheson on I
/VehMUMi

aid at the


Bwsn me i I
vhat they said to
leriding rases
knew Noihing
.-aid he kne,

.i
I


told Achi



othei <;...
I.lilt, oi


f no in
..

|HE
FRENCH REPEL
REBEL FORCES
h i
MAM
uppoi led b]
nil-
priests am.
ungst th

ACROBAT TO DEATH
:E*ntoiT j

1 j.'uncin;' '

tw Alfred
H the po|

Kessjar.
REDS TO CO-ORDINATE
REVOLTS IN S.E. ASIA
RAN'-
Communists have pat
ndiri.it'-
In South


I
R1 near
I Die end of i
Hi
An and napalm Ikmi...
... k three new Vietnii
ittaehs in the battle for the
harvest n lbs Tongking 1>-Ita
bysdsanead, the French Army II.Q
msouncad to-day
An earlier French CODunuRhnie
nd that napalm bombs dioppi
ii the rebels had caused heavy
I SSI UtM
The msurgenU cstablishe bridgehead over the I I
yesterday when they occupied
Phuongti.' '
Iniioi, i., .king.
French troops maint..,

in the PhuOnstUOl
Inchinh to the OUtheast. K'Uler.
. *vNIVERSARY PARADE
ROME, June 2
200 aeroplanes and 16,000 men
today look part In grandiose
military paraoe through Rome to
mark the fifth snmvcrsary of the
public.
nt. |
he tribune of honon: with pcores
diplomat, and military
attaches Among them w 11 a
Hus-iai. Ambaa a
tylev am1
Ketreer,

l
i
made l

(hat i :
2 ir tin

k i.
i i
-
would maki

Mop Hung m

Cornmiuil I
Kong thi
1
I think
..
Uniied N
ours in U I i
V.i
. .. ,

..



'I
' It ruler.
Net* i ork Stores
Sla&h Pricefl
UK
,.( Situi
work, mei

long be

.en Nev
price
niUige

'. .. IM (1


pened
100 -wiing hae).
owed
.


-.welled bargain hunUnj
long Ha

Vi UK ilu\ aflei ti i
i ..,,1
d thai retail i
not bind-
till hO] | || ha,I
Reuter
I'i-ace Vott"
LONI
Qarrnsri
.
i illlng on
i
aglrutii

vute y*a." 'Ilia WalUit m u*.hii
.
la
Reuter
DULLES GOES TO
LONDON
M'\v YORK '
lei none
or Lortdoi to
:
'
Realcr,
'i
TOKYO, June 2
UNITED NATIONS chase into North
Korea has ceased, Lieutenant General Jamei.
Van Fleet, Commander of the 8th Artety, said
today.
His announcement was interpreted by obser
vers here as meaning that a virtual "stalemate"
had been reached.
m rissi "' i"*1' ''ls h
iue to atop aggt t S-.rith Korea and
and profitable, arouad mse)l nsoh ihriai-
l.-
t Communists, he reported, had
lined ovei khi.uoo casualties
i
. 10,000
'his statement as Allied troops
. .nl lino poaittoi
of cornmandlng i dgt
li.side North KorSa, Hut even
i. fore thi niouncc-
mant it wai obvlou that lha
\i:i.,l ...uotel -olTe'iMve had iun
owing to bad
Battle Patillai
Battle f
latest raBerti wen
iiwm-Ihmi tioi, inoderate AghU
i In the i.
i heavy Bstitlni
'.'o Communist rtlller] rounda
lbs city early tixlay.
Inie Allie. n.ntimie,! then
attack. Resistance was light to
Baal Co*i south Koreans ad-
Ceartra An Ai
rut its way through to Ynnchon.
ot i itai a ithdrawi node'
mk tire.
West In the Imjin Mvi
ii',.- Unlaid n rttona' Wi i
tin maatlng Comraui
onth of the 38th Parallel patrols
ontlnuad Ihsli action
Communlaui -". and artat of tha
loon in ngth.
Kiirhih Ainiv Hea
i.
bis* king out 'i,i
i.i.. Btlon ol unil
geographical pinpointing of llght-
Canadian troops have now join-
d the Brltlah CommonwaalUi
PfUl and 2Wh brigades I
the Orel Communweulth Dlvl
Reuter.
$SH5M. BILL
Ih i
u I
\.
.it bul aharpl]
Hot bannti
.

mist n ''!"
NEAR STALEMATE
IN EIRE ELECTIONS
dubmn. tffs, Jura
Bra found ItaaM ha i

in'Mit elected bul no
... ament
rha gam
m ,i Ii i
Bamon Ds n arvative
pun Pal I
other parti liaadV
i n lohnCoati
Hester.
THE "ADVOCATE"'
...iv s for NEWS
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TRAVEL BAN
WASHINGTON. J

posed a bai
A***fiat*a pna

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The King Improves
LONDOI
King Q>
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Bu'kingi -..-
KeyU-r
Petain h Sinking Fast


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Whonq
RALEIGH
THE ALL-STEEL IICVCLI
a\
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of cyc/ists you see
.,. in i hi mi .... I ii. Ml BMrikaM


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Excellent Culalne. Well Equipped Bar
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-serve WF.l.l TO III SERVE "III
MRS. A. CLASKE.
i
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Kingstown. St. Vincent
B W I
, Joseph ^"Sl
I ontaine f^otteh
Hi , _ ,
(uticura
X- TALCUM **
Mlka-Sebzerl
the pleasant
way to quick
relief from
UPSET
STOMACH!
Million*..* profit prefer All.
MW to ochct remedies he-
iausc ii\ pleasant taste miki-v n
easy fouke..jpjrklingifTcrves
MUM SBSBMI gentle erluiency.
AILj-Seltr mnrslns aika-
line ingredient* to neutralize
MM u: i-/<>. an
an.il.atu lor toothing hud-
!oiy .icliun that
i heck* discomfort, hung* quick
relief. Noi a laxative-you can
lake Alka-Sclt/cr ! tn
Drop one ur two tablet* or
Alk.i Selt/er into a gla** of
water. Watch ii li// into a re-
tmhing solution ihendrink it.
Keep a Mipplv of quick acting
Alka-Sch/crhan.!) al -'
AJka Seitzer helps
millions daily
I
CcUiib Calling
MISS K M I/DELL
Chief Nursing Officer of
Ml
POCKET CARTOON|
- Oggji ;
jbojomj
\sl, K
relatives In Trinidad.
Colonial Office who has
finished louring this area, arrived
talB Tfjmdad yesterday morning
by B.W.I.A. to attend Ihc forth-
mminf Conference of Seniar Ad-
n imstintivr Offteei' <"-
Medical Department of the Cuiib-
bean.
Miss Udell expects to be here
for one week. She is a guest of
Lady Seel.
One of the primary reasons for
the conference is to go into ques-
tions of nursing Dr. A. A- Pri*
of Trinidad. Dr. Slmger of BrlUatl
Honduras, Dr. Fitrmorrison f
Jamaica. Dr. P. I. Boyd at the
Leeward Islands, Dr. Byers from
St. Lucia and Dr. Charles or St
Vincent are expected to arrive
over the week-end. Dr. Eddie ol
British Guiana has already ar-
rived, so has Dr. Hetherington.
Some? of trie Family
MBS. MIKE GBANSAULL ..e-
companied by her daughter
Mrs. John Watson mrived froir
Trinidad yesterday morning by ,
B.W.I.A. June Bride
They brought with them Mr) OHOHTLY afw I
Watson's win and one of Mrs ,3 yesterday
Cransaiill I other grand-children ,,,.; ,,.
Miss Terry Grainger. Everslev Plull
Mrs. Gransaull expects her huS- Hastings and ti.
ind to arrive here early next
month.
They are guests at the Paradise
each Club.
With I.C.T.A.
Vf H JOHN P. W. .IEFFEBS Who
*A with LOTA in Trinidad
Hew over yesterday bv H.W I A
on a week's visit. He u slaying mun wu? Mr Ro* v,"^rtmlMm{
with the Wards at Warners. xm\ Bridesmaid *** " Hazel
Or Lf?Ilf1.l"l*,"t "\ncr the ceremony, a reception
rr to the I S. on Prida, V|g mi held at Wonll.
Puerto idro by li.WIA Qeorflt, the home of '
Miss Leua Bowen. daugh- uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs.
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Bowen F D. r.. Simpson.
The honeymoon is I
B.G. Report Delayed
P'cpon r
iierstand
to ubtmrm.il pflMMQMI I
.-

-ion, regrets tha
apatl pubhhh
ommrn:
am loin..
'.!, I. II
With T.L.L.
Y*l:. AND HltS. DAVID FOItC
"d from Trinidad yes-
B.WXA. to spami
plane was
nor. The-.-
.
*Hh Trinidad I
holds Ltd., in p
After 48 Years
SPENDING ht M i:.
11 and Mrs. Are.
.
; . ...
1
Cli.v.-ii\ Ur A*
late Mr Phillip: Al
was married to Mi. to ]
ID .son .f Mr
ur < !.. ntd t.. the U
work] i
Th<> ceremonj which
I st John's Ck ireh
Momeland ainci-
tho Rev. A I k'n
tour* keepin
xharp k~Jt*ml lor any taa
1o*iri (ri/tno In bttuk
Mr, Atlle's dreams"
looiMirM
Jeby". Black Rock. She
has gone to the U.S. to reside. She
wlU be staying with Mr uncle in
Long Island
Off to the U.S.
f SAVING for New York
nt Powell SprniK Hotel.
About Sewing
pSJBl
Puerto Rico by B W.I.A
during the week were Miss Beau-
ndda Seal
PENNY NOLAN
Sewing Circles

in tl
day Advocate, I i
^.11 be
ft urn i ng to the U
i art
i


I
A Subsidiary
MR. AMI MBS. THOMAS .?.
FINDL]
rotn Nev
B W.l A .
place on the OOCOOd floor of T. R.
i.d her grand-mother Evans In Bl
rs. Jane Mottley of Bank Hall, specialises in individual QStruc-
Miss Scaly h;n gone tn hve
Boston Mrs. Mottlev is on ;i
UnTL .WS" 5 h"manV Brand phoni-'W.
and great-grand children there. Snc ,ail,
for boboo]
mornings.
tion in pattern drafting and dft
" F"r.,ppn..... **

Long Leave
Off To Conference
JyJR JOHNNIK BOURNE. Scc-
1TA rotar.v to the Divisional
Munager. Cable A Wireleu.
i-ompanied by Mm. Bourne, let! N BARBADOS on (our months'
Sf+OZuSFVj1* "'* l lwU*W " Ur. ror Trtnldad. He has gone to cuUmve ano limlh
Inniaad to represent Cable &

i lie Orinoco
Company. Orinoco Hin-
i the childreti
' malnlng in Barbados for
Allan's Problem
ALl-AN BAB, Hi. West Indian
Nhetcr. faced With I
problem. He has to decide l>e-
.Uistralia for the
ltd
inmaad to represent Cable A arrived from Tnnidnd voiterriav i \IL ?"*J? -vusiraiia ior i
i l^mdnn friend.
IIIK Xl\ IM I III S OF lllA
4 (if
BY THE WAV
By lii'iichcombiT
CROSSWORD
1 9 i b
H
B
ti '! II
1 1 i -j
r !5^
..
1 ,'i
1 1 B
sessis
urill at larsing MM
i when ll retum u.
turn, (si
Uadarli.nU trL of run |7|
Uauied in in* lodio nrt. iSi
Found in rUdas. ISi
BOoes or Utvera *n Mieir U'Mit
nm*>c\l*\. 14)
iistDlrn. IS'
vempei-'e 151
ro upoo i. "
I. turning m> to let su. ate ill
a. A rude box lu rrnni* iSi
J. Connects two lanter oorini
what a necs i i"..
. Mae maKe thin IK* ami ."
ft. L*nviii|*. li\ 0. Toiernt*. iti>
B. ThU t.'.l l
a. Air at bead nnht iBi
U. spaiier tui moistqre i8|
14. aim,.. (j>
l. a saason DC enim. tl
to. Prepalior ot tna ruanns in-' <
of hturoa* j.Hia -*..
. mnli. I.MD. Rail. Iii

' 1 i>.-n -:
C'APTAIN IX)ULXNOUGH has
' had to repriiiiain. i
rtafl. the mam .n ehai
store i>i plaojuaa I
'-
after a roaring nighi
mns. got his plaejuos
GOpJuged. Not even the most
gullible 'tourist was prepared to
believe that Florence Nightingale,
Bunyan, Keats. PtirceU
nnd Clive were all born
two-roomed cod
Wlnsley.
Meanwhile, a s li r ewd
Somerset farmer got to work on
his own and put up a plaque on
his house, whith said: "TOrTJ
Cheadto srnt Lrvta Hoed"
charged a shilling for admission,
and was delighted to hear a foolis*
woman saying: "ts he the 1 i
Shortly
almost every house in the village
had a rough bit of wood ttachcd
to It, with the owner's 0 I
ed on it.
Thf Cahnlnnli'ifh HoBBseafn
Thk now '
Cabstanloifc:,
TifOblogjraphj .- natural >.'-
come of her waaneictlotl
howling nuttrlareay whim ar-
ranges these things. It has boan
pointed out 00 bar 'hat all thai
really matters is the indi
fchould .
known ni
should be i-'unpiletl r submission
to the publisher, before the book
is wiittei: Nixi in importance
come (a) the Utk
of someoue to .
"Literature is not all In
ns Dulcie Drane ren
i'.nfshing Song of the H '* *
book which Gertrude Boppinger
.ailed "More limn at
ll is Bai'tl on a l.iv.'
*T1IE fad that "tht-
I
nini teen psoia in a hundred
million bttwn 1HR:i and 1933'
only that our whole

barter, exchange, export, and Im-
port is based on a dreadful lie; it
iilso means that the pound If
Shrinking by h\. irtl in OTK
en mulson
PBOvini
lowarda Lu i Bui ;
the St mil. t If 'dine to .t
recently i
irtl in I
luce 1900. there will be
no need i. -mollshlni.
houses at Ludgate Circus, to make

seven hundred and
our hat I
in the annexe, and come in
Strabismus ami Ihr
llxtlraulii IU-iiiii
\8 a contrili.ii
gling I
,..'..-

the public to climb to the top ot
hydraulic beam at the sun. The
echo "f tha refracted beam will be
i balanced
i: to '" M oMrs. The
U also be allowed to see
I
which 40,000 cow* can be milked
. i
H t' milk passes through
'iere It is
self-fleforbulisod. It is then
; .irked 1"
[hum.
MEN'S SHIRTS at______$3.55 & $390. $4.84. $4.86
MEN'S STRIPED PYJAMAS __________$5.59. S6.08
GREY WORSTED FLANNEL 56 inches----------$3.47
KHAKI SHIRTING 28 inches _____,________ $1-08
OLIVE & PALMS SOAP______________________He.
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1951
Sl'NDAt AUVOt'Vir
i'V(.i thkii:
Gardening Hints For Amateurs gewin2
The (iirden in June ; ii a good soak- f^
BOW Cl I.TIVATHIS
B
deteriorated eerj mucta in the last

for by trw fact that during the
- it was not i
Import any Rose-trees into the
bland and mi intro-iucc Craati
strength intu our existing stock*.
That time has passed however, and
importcn I
oblame These treea come beautifully
packed in moss, and not only do
they survive the journey, but they
do ver> well indeed when planted
uut Mora ordering Rote-trees
from overseas however, it Is wise
to consult with the experts, and
*o to find out the varieties that
will flowo- in Barbados, as there
are wmf of the English Rose-trees
which will grow vigor
which do not Bo*
try.
Rom cultivation is not difficult
In this island if attention is paid
io the various like* and di.-likes of
I i wever i
: anyone to pi
trees haphazardly without
erlng these like
expect iu ix- u aueeaajful grower
..f Rose*.
For instance, Rose* dislike ex-
cessive wind, so they mint have a
sheltered position They will nut
iKceed man plaillUd under treev.
OF where tree-roots 1111 invade tbe
lnd. but like :in opn sunnv spot.
They do not like other
the bed with them. They are rich
feeders and must be given plenty
of good manure They must Ite
well soaked with water once a day
at least.
Remember that the quantlt) ..nd
quality of your Roses a
on the treatment your Rose-trees
receive Rose-trees can be grown
most Siircesfullv in large tubs.
Preparation of the Hi-u
In preparing the bed for h>.so-
irees, din out to a depth of two
feet, but. *hould the bed be at all
Inclined Io b* i
one foot more, ami put n a layer
of large stones for drainage. Now
till in the cavity with good black
mould mixed with leaf-mould and
a certain amount of charcoal dust
and some well rotted cow-manure.
In shaping the bed hou>
make Ihe mislak- of heaping it loo
high, as in the too high lU the
water Is apt to run oft liefore it
can penetrate to the roots. As soon
as the bed is well shaped, und
Olh. giVI II kood soak-
!*o*e-hed Is no*
I planla.
rianime the Rose-Trees
When planting the Rcse-trees,
I aild l placed four feet
apart, and they must be planted
- many people make the
mistake of planting too loosely, so
making it more difficult for the
young plants to make a good start
If the Root-tree la an imported
one the hole to receive: it must be
large enough for the roots So be
o spread out all around
trie plant, but be careful not to
-1 deep. When the plant
has been well settled, cover the
roots with earth, and tread If
firmly nWn. before Anally filling
in the hole. If on the other hand
plant has been grown
locally, and is in a pot. the root*
must be left undisturbed, and the
plant dealt with as follows. Take
the plant out of the pot by turn-
ing the pot upside down while tup-
Cing the plant with the right
d. loosen and discard the stones
at the bottom, and put the plant
intact, just as it came out of the
fl into the hole prepared for It.
'cud u /irmly. After the plants
are all In p'n?e gi\e them a good
watering.
A Rest garden docs not as a rule
nuke an attractive garden, yet
with little thought a lot of this
unjuractlver.es* can be overcome.
Although strictly, a Rose garden
should be kept to Roses alone, yet
no rc.-.on why a few of
ihe beds should not be given up
to other plants which would
brighten up the garden, especially
when the Rose-trees are not bear*
ing Plan the layout of the garden
OH dig your beds, and
visualize it as it will look when
'inished and as a whole. A few
standards look well In a Rose-
Harden and help to break the
.nonotony. The Polyanthus family
are nice tOO to include for these
lillle bushes [lower most of the
time, and their cluster* of single
I rj M) There are a
great rarlat) of Polyanthus to
choose from, ranging- from deep
red to palest pink, they would
make a good hedge with which to
enclose the Rose-Garden.
Mor,- noouf the Rose-oa'deti
new week.
Circle
Preparation Of
Material
BeWOM buying jour material
it u> wise to test a sample fo-
washing and pressing qualities.
If you wash a scrap with soap
rinse well, then leave it balleu
up for a while to see if the
colours run. If you are using a
trimming material this shoufd
be tested at the same time end
the two pieces rolled together
while wet.
It M very difficult to test for
shrinkage wi."i the small pat-
terns of cloth usually given.
Material may shrink as much as
3 ins. per yard. On the whole it
is best to buy 2 ins. or 8 Ins. per
yard extra for shrinkage and to
shrink the goods before culling.
If you still would like to teat a
piece for shrinkage, before shrink-
ing the whole piece ywu might
cut out a pocket or some small
piece to test. You need about a
IS in. square to get a fair test.
Draw the outline of the test piece
on a piece of paper or write
down the dimensions of the piece.
Shrink the piece, press it and
lay it on your outline.
If it is the same size you do
not need tu pre-shnnk your
material.
To shrink cotton or linen, soak
"Farm and Garden" does
not appear to-day through the
Illnsas of Agrtcola.
COOKERY CORNER
This week I thought i
with a soup and
follow:
FRIvNCil whiti: SOI I
4-lb. fowl
Knuckle of veal if possible
3 quarts cold water
1 sliced onion
li slices carrot
I sprig parsley
Lj teaspoon Ihyme
I teaspoon peppercorns
. tablespoon salt
4 tablespoons butter
3 Hour
1 cup cream
2 egg yolks, slightly
beaten
Disjoint the fowl
Remove veal fgom
bone, and cut in small
iiccs. Heat the meal.
bone and water Howl]
Io boiling point, and
skim. Remove breast
and second joints of
fowl when tender and set aside to
use In any way for cooked chicken
Cook rcmnindcr slowly for *
hours. Cook vegetables In 1
tablespoon of butter for 5 minutes,
add to soup with seasonings and
cook for I hour. Strain, cool and
remove fat. Re-heat 3 cups slock,
thicken wll
flour cooked together, and just be-
fore serving add to cream and egg
yolk*. Garnish with >* cup of
garden peas. Serves 8.
SPANISH LOBSTER IN
C'AKSEROLFS
Or 2 cups lobster meat
2'j cups cold water
i arrot
Sprig parsley
1 sliced onion
4 tablespoons butter
4 tablespoons flour
'j cup heavy cream
2 egg yolks, slightly beaten
1 tablespoon lemon
Juice
paprika
'2 teaspoon sail
"t cup hot boiled rice
Pepper
----, Cut lobster meat in
mall pieces. Put bones
and small claws in pan;
add water, carrot,
onion and parsley.
Bring to boiling point
and cook until reduced
to 1 '* cups. Strain and
pour gradually on butter and flour
cooked together Bring to boiling
point, add cream, egg yolks, and
lobster Season with lemon juice.
Fait, paprika, and pepper. Put
your cooked rice In a deep dish.
Fill with lobster mixture and on
top 1 face a fried tomato slice,
brushed over with melted butter
and seasoned with salt and
PENNY NOLAN
in cold water for several hours,
then squeeze, never wring, wnier
out gently Roll in a Turkish
lowel to help remove moisture,
then hang on a clothesline until
just damp enough to Iron. Stretch
into shape before pressing, care-
fully straightening Ihe grain nd
Ihe selvages.
Wool is shrunk by sponging.
Lay the cloth flat on a '.rge
table or clean floor, single thick-
ness, clip the selvage edges
every few inches. Dip a bed sheet
in cold water and wring out-
Place the sheet on top of the
material and roll up togctlfr
leaving over night. The next
morning press it with a moder-
ate iron and a damp press cloth
until It is dry.
Rayon should be handled very
carefully when wet. Many
rayons shrink when wet and
need to be stretched back into
shape while slightly damp. Al-
ways use a press cloth on rayons.
Be sure to test all your trtn>.
mings for dyeing and shrinking
Even buttons should bo tested as
some types are spoiled by a touch
of a hot iron.
When you have finished
shrinking and pressing your
material, straighten the cut edges.
This is best done by pulling a
c roes wise thread. It Is not neces-
sary to remove this thread. Just
draw it enough so that you can
see it and cut along it. Straighten
both edges in this manner. If the
selvage draws either clip it or
remove It. If you remove It do
so carefully on one lengthwise
thread of the material.
WHAT ARE
INSECTS ?
Tb. term Insects with mau>
people includes a wide range of
members of the Animal 1
without eny very definite limits
a to what are. and what are not
a a technical sense In
the united States it Is quite com-
mon for all insect* to be referred
to as Bugs.
An amusing storv is told of u
l*r<* naturaJjst whoi when ho
> a achonloo) In Kngland was
b.arding a train carrying a mon-
key on Its arm The Guard stopped
him and insisted that he should
tay fie for the monksar, which
was classed as a do* The school
boy protested that the monkey was
not a dog. and the Guard declared
thai, aa -ar as the nfiWU was
concerned, it was a dog Fven-
lualrj the c(u.r*c ;.- paid and the
schoolboy ashed out of his pocket
a small turtle, and said to the
Guard "I suppose you want to
charge me for thi-"'" io which the
Guard ripli?d "No. there's no
charge for that, that'* an insect."
Insects belong Io a group known
as Arthropods, which rnasS
Jointed feet AM the members of
this group have Jointed feet and
also ngve totntad botJlM The in-
sects are charactcrisi-d by theli
jointed feel and j united bodies
and by never having more than
six legs, usual!, two i
wings and one pair of jointed .m-
tennae. Other Aiiluocod- an Uh
centipede-*, the thousand |j
pions. tick-". pi,iei> end la uu-
siaceans. crab.s, lobsters, attrtaaa*
and barnacles.
If you stop to think of II,. -iiat-
ture of all these last n>
arihroj-xls you will realise that
they all differ from the lypk al in-
sects For instance, none of them
have wings, and most of them have
more than three pairs of legs.
However, there is no van ajnos]
common name to apph totMai <
a group and If some of the small-
er forms of arthropods are called
insects the term is not reallv very
badly misused. I am reserrinf
particularly to the apldeJ
centipedes, and even scorpions.
Some Insects ore without wings
These may he developed from
wingless ancestors as In the ease
of some of the more primitive
forms, such as the Silver Fish, or
they may have lost their wings
through a long period of a mode
of life in which the wings were tin
ue. This condition Is to tx- ., ,-ti
in cerUiin parasitic insects particu-
larly, such ns lire, bed hugs, fleas
and the bird lice Some ihaeejtl
have only one pair of wings in-
stead of two. This feature charac-
terises that great group of flu*
which is included under the name
of Diplera which means two wing*.
This group includes the House Flv,
Bllina Stable Fly. Mosquitoes,
Sandflies, and a great many others.
With icgard to fett. I have said
that Ihe typical insect has six feet,
or three pairsnever more. If
however, you will examine a
caterpillar, you will find that it
has apparently, more than three
pairs of feet or leg* The three
pairs of true feet are seen immedi-
ately after the head, being at-
tached to the three body segments
which together make up the tho-
rax. You will see furihet along
the body what appeal lo be legs,
and they certainly nre used as left,
There are four or live pairs of
them. They are called the abdom-
inal legs or pro-legs. They arc
fleshy outgrowths from the abdom-
inal segments, and are useful Io
the insect in helping to carry the
iibdomlnal portion of the body.
These pro-legs disappear when
the Insect transforms into the
adult stage, and the adult insect
has only the three pairs nf legs
und no organs of locomotion on
the abdomen.
Now as to the insects' jointed
body. In the case of moat of them.
you can distinguish easily the
head, the thorax, to which the
wings and legs are attached, and
the alxlotnen or hind body In
which the Joints are also easilv
visible The head is provided wiih
antennae, which also are Jointed
and if you were lo dissect out the
mouth parts you will And that
some of them also are made up of
Joints or sections.
Insects are highly specialized for
POLITICS BY
LAMPLIGHT
Hv \.....1
A STOliV mug from
iker tripod, fishermen l'
tattered hat* end black coals 1
children squattini; ..11 the ground
a woman selling mangoes ai
Electors' Association ineeling a'
lands* 'n about to begin.
I'.um .'f 1 onvei lotion. "Mr ,'
-\u\\ *nt<
Ice" cried a man "In- ju*t sell um
It is the people at the Contra
Board you must get after"
'labour' Labour' Laboiu"
Snouted a Tall redleg in the crowd
must g>
Ml labour
We wan!
1
A deafei:irc hymn. The cler.;i-
eiaiw had got their equipment
working and a microphone was
an the lorry which was
. ai a platform. The ssani
hymn over and over aunln. Ixaid
triumphant. Uie battle BOOfl of thi
Aseuciatlon,
Mr. Jubj Reave climbed up tin
lespf to the lorry. "You got bbb
vri^r up there?' he asked. He
Wfla on tli ^l. Tbe Chairman made
a tow introductory remarks and
the* Juby started to talk. Quietly
i>t fli-t later .it Ihe t^p of his
voice. Gentlemen'" he aid, H
though addressing a |ur/, Gentle-
men." we have .'"! t.> I I B DV
door* t.. fn 1 ante pi Is* I am a
lawji i want to laboui
; M my life 1 want to OlOfl ""
fruits of my labour in m> Oafl feU
1 don't want to no to the grave in
. That appliea to
you too, the 011K way you con
enjoy the fruita of your labours
is if there is free entei|
KuhiidiMilion
Then he went on lo tell them
about subsidisation. "Subsidisation
* only taking money out of one
a ,.. ind puttim it m ..nmiier'
he ...: Rl tin Hon.- BMUt be
swept ,i>v" lie ahouuidi md
continued in the Mine VSJtn but
not loud enough to drawn DjdO
In the crowd who was demanding
that he should tell the people that
"Adanta cause ell."
The next ni>e*kcr wan Mr.
Wilkinson, Ihe Leader of the
Opposition. Restrained. quiet
sp-.ki-n. his speech w is more like
chat Ha told the pc*i>i
thai bia party did not believe In
Par* politu.*. Uh-j baUoved 1
ability "But there is no use trying
to play cricket when the other
side la playing football" he said.
He brought the houee down, or
tather, the fleid, when In conclu-
sion he urged them to "Give us a
chance and If we can't do belter
kick us to Hell out of it.' "
Next came Mr. MolUey. the
"Father of the Cily". as he likes
to be called. Tail, bespectacled.
self-confident, he knew how to
speak the "lnnguage". and the
murmur of conversation ceased.
VII !. I*
heir various modes of life. They
are mostly terrestrial, the nduita.
being adapu-i toi in. u '*<
Merne species live part or all their
fives In water. The adaptations to
the various modes of life haw re-
sulted in mollifications of the
tincture so lhat il is not always
easy to determine the different
peris of tbe body
! are the pn d
:,,n , inln al life od are man's
greatest comnetitors for possession
of tiie world Individually they
.re marvellous This Is realised
when vou think how complex is
the structure, and that even in the
most minute forms all life pro-
I esses are reoresinled. There are
tflntle systems of digestion, of
.irculuUon, and of breathing
'llrfre Is also a well developed
nervous svitem. and of course,
provision is made for reproduction.
(The above article by the late
II A. Ballou appeared In the
\dveeele in 1637 It is reprinted
tiiia week In ola*-** of the usual
crticle by AGRICOLA. who has
heen unable to write through 111-
neaa).
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BRING BACK HIDDEN BEAUTY
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Here's a quick way to prove how easily and efficiently
CHEMICO cleans metal. Dub a little CHKMK Oon a dull
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( HI Ml' 0 ,leans ewryihing in Ihe home with e|ual case
Pols, Pans. Paintwork. Stoves. Sinks. Cookers, liles. (il.iss.
etc. Ynti will be amoved hou easily ihis highly ctlKient,
SAIOO-TII patie cleans* 1 removes ihe most stubborn
greae and grime without harming or scratching delicate
lurfaccv CHLMICO is really
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there's no wasic with this
pleasantly perfumed pink
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CHEMICO keeps the hands
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Wednesday. i;tth June, at A p.m.
m
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CUSTOMERS
THAT OUR
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WILL BE CLOSED FROM FRIDAY.
1st JUNE TO MONDAY 4th JUNE
1951, BOTH DAYS INCLUSIVE,
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BARBADOS WIN RIJBBhli
IN JAMAICA SERIES
Best Attendances Ever Recortleil
By 0. S. COPPIN
DAitr.Auos won twoenri of thi
J Mi-]'..
nxturc .iR.unsi Bpartai 1
the tilth .onwiiii.vi inn..
1 ,n this touring team is not a representative team of
the Jam.iM.-an Football such, bui 11
its rank* no fewer tnan eight players who have ah'
All Jamaic
DuoUt) Smith, who has already captained All Jamaica, Cooper In
goat. Henry Millar, the Captain of tha touring team, Aiti .sasso,
Huntley DaCosta are name* that are immediatefy associateO
th All Jamaica football.
IIAKH.UHIS WINNKKS
FOR my part, I feel that Barbadoa should be justifiably proud
of having won the rubber. Too g dcfaattet vteej
haa no football talent, been advanced. In addition
this, certain people of admittedly doubtful character have beei
endeavour! 1111 with small success to sabotage the lour. This haa,
however, failed, .is the Is.A.K.A. have made the com) 1
handsome profit of at least 11400
One iiiurt take Hawaiian the fact that the expenses of
tour have almost reached .. The PlCka ick
Cricket Club, fin example have charged $100 .111 afternoon for
1 !.- ii iv :. gtoa pg oundi and uv.n.
KNOKMOIS (IIAKt.KS
POOTBALL is played for an houi. It one attempted to equate
a? this charge with those demanded by Pickwick fiom OtJaM
organisations, the Amateur Athletic A**ocii.tion fu x.ni.pU-. ufn
roiatt coma to Haa coneharton that it was expected that on
aiternoong on which the tournament was bfai i woulu
be discovered thai there were lying under Hie ubOOfl 1 1 UH
football pilch rich deposits of oil. uranium or some other
ingredient moat necessary for the manufacture of atomic bomb*.
The tournament has unfortunately been the objective M I smeai
Campaign I forcing down the throats of Barbadian sports-
men the fact that the U.A.F.A. did not possess among its ranks persona
of a sufficient capability and integrity to ensure th.it the lour would
1 nn .ill angle*.
TDi I>KAF, the lame, the halt and fhe blind were pre
ivu-e, hut to no .ivail. The Jan i.urnament will
go down in history as the most uocoaiful of the U.A.F.A. in its 50
rico.
NO KKSTIM. ON I.Al'RKLS
NO ONE who rejoices in the victory of the Barbados team can
f.ni in ; to appraclata tba great job which Mr. Qeahara Wllkaa
of Lodge has done in coaching the llarbado-. 1 -election
in this series. Never befoie, M (aaat la lha UH I decade of Association
football in Barbados, bava teami ban Diapered fW In
engagements, or have tlu> btan trained to pi
of the Barbadoi U
efforts and the enthusiasm and high morale created among tin ,
themselves. Hut tins must imi bo interpreted by the local players
that Ihey have arrived.
It is the consensus of opinion that the positional pla* and ball
control of the visitors was superior to ours, and that Barbados onlj
muned the edge because of a superiority in thni't In their forward
line.
BEST FOOTBALLER
OF IMF I'l.AYKKS, l)u
Smith at centre hall-back
proved himself the best footballc;
if the tournament. Thc Jamau.i
team revolved around him in tho
pivotal of centre half back ,,nd one
saw what he meant to the Jamaira
team when tie missed th*
colony game.
1 'oopcr hi goal is among
the first flu-iit of eoal-ki
U w. ! Indies tod iy. Ho die-
mmendahle j-
n, poaHfocunj
Ing. Alti Sasso, a vert)
Manager or the te,im. nulled a
;> In the tout
-ore thai had be baan
(01 the ...1 on,i and third Tests, irw
Barbados defence would have had
an additional headache
mmgnituda.
Ttv well tot lluntl. %
Dal 1 hill back, who was In-
rjjf 111 the .
laj iiss the otbei
full back who played almost
throughout the s-'rir-i with a lame
knee, but nevertheless with cot
fddarabte penonal credit ronmi: OOOKi
M MALCOLM. A GREAT i'l \\\ 1;
ALCOLM McLCAN wh 1
eiv.,i in,. poatlblUty of the
* leal louring man. if.-
w.i; equally Irnpretalve ot let- hall
back and al centra hah beck and
when clrcumvl
ol right wlngei
he performed wi\ .,.
that quite possibly might I
been equalled by the rag
winger Cc* the team, but co 1
scarcely have been tur]
For the Barbados team. Fred
Coaler bt goal, in the evening ol
Oil 1 .:<( i ,. 1
raat had hla peataat hauhla. There
It no doubt that wlthoul
to the performance of the other
members of the IS.nUidos team.
Fred Coaler coraMtuted the bal-
tnca f"i Barbadoi learn between
victory and dcfc;l
"Brickie" Lucai was our most
outstanding forward. Although his
performance frrtng thi- ... ,.
consistently good. I think that his
performance m th,- Carlton-
Jamalca llxlure was brilliant. It
is unfortunate thai ha haa exhibit-
ed certain qualltlai thi
miiuiiie agalnal ins i>,-ii.k ralaeted .1
one hopes that these an- only ti.insrlent.
Grant and Bright were ;. Olid 001 hill back and I
think that on thus occasion. C. O Gin h.iuir Ilutchlneon
War Cloud Scores Victory
In Final Regatta
'Tornadoes' \\ hip "CM Boats
(B> Our Yachting; Correspondent)
THE FINAL REGATTA of the Royal BaVll kflo Vachl
rag sailed In Carlisle Bag yeatl n. On
I Ilr R B VC. Committee will have to discuss these protest-
with the various yachtsmen involved before the Trophy
winners are announced,
f however feel confident that was now leading her by a minute
Jack Badley's War Cloud wlU and 47 seconds.
carry off the ''B" Class Cup. The Bdnl kept the lead and went on
lies of War Cloud and to win the race. She defeatec
. ere the same at the start Vamoose, second, by 29 seconds
iy s race War Cloud Cornet finished third, 18 secomb
r*i.->v-d two minutes and 30 sec- behind Vamoose. Rogue wa;
onds from Rascal but eventually fourth, beating Cvclone by a tnin-
defeated her by six minutes and 38 uic n<| &% seconds
seconds. At the end of the second
;lI could be ,n flyin, a ,, ,,,.
The urotest in Uv "("' Plus. Hnii* in the Intermediate Clas>
J2?lS2%i?tl .Jeanne? ZTLf&JESfirS
b the Ukaly Cup winner i'i*?a. hou.r' 35 mmul n"d 3^
in this Claea but unfortunately the ^f00"^' ^,1 boa,! "f"*
*as agamst her 'she lm C'a" At the end of the firs
whipped her nearest rival Mugwin. JP. Eagw which had the bes
had up her protest flag handicap, was still in the lead
BdJ of the race. Sne was a minute and 17 second
Tha Cup for the "D" Class will ahead of Dauntless which gave hei
go to Olive Blossom. Olive Bios- three minutes. Third was Dawn
som. which was already leading, which overtoi,k Mohawk, twe
defeated her nearest rivals yester- minutes and 16 seconds behind
day. Dauntless. Mohawk passed om
I am a bit uncertain about thc minute and 44 seconds later Cly-
Intermediate Trophy. It may tie gave live minutes to Mohawk
either go to Coronetta or Ctytie. but was only two seconds behtnt
Clytie and Reen were second to her She was followed by Been.
Coronetta al the end of the last one minute and 20 seconds later
regatta. Coronett.i defeated Reen There was only one second differ-
. to put her out of tho ence between Reen and Gnai
show. Clytie (hushed third, four which had a lead of 44 second'
poaJUom better than Coronett.i. on Coronetta.
The sea yesterday was a bit
cnoppy and the wind varied. The Eagle went on to win. 14 sec-
boata sailed north about. After onds ahead of Dauntless, second
the western mark thev Clytie was third. 18 seconds be-
took a northern course before hind Dauntless. Fourth was Gnat
ailing straight for the beagle. and fifth Dawn, Coronetta beat
Fight boats started m the B Reen by 15 seconds while Moha
Class. Ranger did not race. A* was last.
the end ef the iirsi: round War D" class honours went
ive 30 seconds to sinhad. Seven boats started in
.....k ht,r- .Second u,^ claw At the end Of the
which gave 0 minute to flr* hip Van ThomdykS was n
War Cloud She was now 4S sec- the lead. She gav* Seabird
onds behind. Fantasy was third, minute and overtook her She w
;3 seconds behind Flirt Rascal, now 49 seconds ahead of Scdnrd
which started with Okapi and oiive Blossom, which gave two
Mo>ra Bl... was fourth, 43 sec- minutes to Rainbow and five to
onds behind Fantasy. She only Van Thorndyke wa, third, a
had a lead of. two seconds on minute and a second behind
Ok.ici but Moyra Blair was now Seablrd. Sinbad which was
two minutes and 56 seconds be- started with Buccaneer but gave
I ind Gipsv passed 49 seconds tw0 minutes to Olive Blossom
Utei with Mischief 44 seconds in was next. 11 second* behind
ICar ii l is ollve Blossom. Rainbow was a
I nchallcnged mlnutc and 42 seconds behind
War Cloud again sailed un- Sinbad but had a lead of 47 sec-
challcnged in thc second round onds on Buccaneer which was 43
now six seconds ahead seconds ahead of Imp.
of Flirt, which was second. Gip- Sinbad overtook Van Thorn-
sy. by overtaking Moyra Blair, dyke and Seablrd and went on
Okapi, Rascal and Fantasy, was to win th. race. tw0 minutes and
third. She was two minutes and nine seconds ahead of Van
55 seconds behind Flirt. Okapi Thorndyke. Third was Olive
fourth. 22 seconds be- Blossom 14 sees behind Van
hind G|p*y. Mischief passed Thorndyke who was fourth and
minute and two seconds Buccaneer fifth,
after Gipsy. She had a lead of The race for the Frontena
only 24 seconds on Rascal which Trophy, which will bring tht
was II seconds ;n front of Fan- R.B.Y.C's 1951 season to u close.
MAI,< OI.M M.I FAN
1 member of a touring team, but
DUNLOP
CAMBRIDGE
CYCLE TYRES
Kwwmiwiniw1!......,1,11,1,iiii
DOWDING
ESTATES & TRADING
LIMITED
(BCKSTCIN BROS)
Moyra Blair
seconds behind Fantasy.
Vat cu*,.) nulled steadily in the
last round. She came first, beat-
ing Gipsy second by 35 seconds.
Third was Flirt, 28 seconds be-
hind Gipsy. Mischief was fourth.
beating Okapi by 54 seconds.
Rascal finished fifth. Fantasy
forth and Moyra Blair, last.
" i- conds after Fantasy.
In the 'C", Centreboard and
1' ' ... ; .,11 the bo..t-
Mai ted except Feggy Nan. Ednl.
whuh started with Scamp, sailed
< well. Shc overtook
Folly after giving her two min-
gb Bbe finished this round a
BUgaita anil a second ahead of
Pwly wudn only had a lead of
seven seconds on Scamp, the
third boat Comet, which gave
two seconds to Scamp was fourth
She had taken a minute and 18
seconds off the time she gave
Scamp. Rogue, which gave Mag-
win a minute and overtook her,
wa* next. She was 32 seconds
behind Comet but had a 16-second
lead on Magwin. Next was Gan-
npt. also 18 seconds behind Rogue.
Mie was on the verge of being
overtaken by Vamoose, which was
only a second behind. Vamoose
had a lead of a minute and 30
seconds on Cyclone. Cyclone
gave Missbehave six minutes and
/ill be sailed on Thursday.
The results
13 !<- r
HI Fan la* v
) Wmr Cfcmd
I run
: rearn auir
lUtnl
* Okapi
1 Gipr
5 Mlnchlrf
Baslr
II Bfn
IS. Clylle
1 Onal
4 (.'".
Q
* IWbv N."
9 Tollv
1 Scamp
a
35 Edrll
1 Ml.. Rrhavp

3* Com* I
M Matwin
7 Rosuo
10 Gannrl
are as follows:
1le 111... 1 !.,.,!
Uftti hr> ml.,. MM
144 1 14 IS I
4 Svabim
10 Van Thi,rndjk.
13 11.1.!.!.....
a oiive "
ISO I 4T n
iss
iss
14S
*ntrefhaU backng"h"1VeS ** ""* ,avouritc Cad,an " mediocre
The Jamaicans have come and gone. A new page has b _
written m the sporting history of the island. It is understood that
h. 11 visit has been made on a reciprocal basis. Let us hope that thi.;
visit is an indication that Barbados will once again assume a credit
able pjace on the football map of the West Indies.
ACCENT ON IIALF-BREDS
Jamaican Creoles Have ilel/ted
Trinidad I treed ing
By BOOKIE
I
half-breds
B
N all the talk about the Jamaicans being barrm
from Trinidad rlaaatca another new mie
the Trinidad Turf Club passed at the same tlm.
seems to have escaped public notice Vet it is noi
without
This rule is the new one which also bars all
racing In the Trinidad classics. It is a new rule
doubt will prove to be unpopular with the majority of
Trimdadian breeders although from first indications it seems to have
been accepted by the sporting public without much ado. The few
people whom I have heard discuss it up here arc divided, roughly
half against and half for. Incidentally it is strange for a place like
Barbados, where so few half-breds are produced, that any opposition
to the new rule should be found at all. It might have Ix-en expected
from Grenada where one half-bred winner of the Trinidad Derby and
two of the Breeders' Stakes were bred.
For myself I am in complete agreement with such a move \t-.
enly criticism to offer is that it should have been done before. pn
haps at the same time that the T.T.C. decided to abolish all half-bred
races at Summer and Christmas fixtures. Perhaps before. To examii,-
the pros and cons of the matter more fully let us take a look Bt Ihr
history of the Trinidad classics
OTH the Trinidad Derby and the Breeders' Stakes were first run in
' the year 1930. At that time tho total number of creole thorough-
breds in training were outnumbered by more than two to one bv th,
half-breds. Barbados horses Included The number of thoroughbred
three-year-olds could be counted on the fingers, probably of one hin,
Between 1930 and 1935 this number may have increased but noi
much. Yet in those five years what did we find: one half-bred emn
the Derby and one won the Breeders'. These horses were Cant H V
Metivier's Lost Match who won the Derby in 1931 and Mrs J
Fogarty's Cowboy, who won the Breeders' Stakes in 1935. Th-Vt these
two were a cut above the usual run of half-breds there was no doubt
I.ast Match was by that most famous of West Indian sires Quu>'
Match, who gave us. ameng others. Take-a-Light and Footpad ahd
Cowboy was out of Cowbell, .he best half-bred broodmare that w 1
bava ever seen on this side of the British Caribbean.
Up to 1935 the breeding of half-breds showed no abating in Trim-
dad and while countless English thoroughbred mares came and wen
through the racing scene with, at finding any owners, half-bred mare>
continued to be husbanded by estate owners. The Trinidad Govern-
ment, in its determine.! eflort to prove that stallions were kept on H
slock breeding farm solely for the purpose of breeding cart hutlM
even went so for as to purchase half-bred a
It is small wonder therefore that when Cowboy won the Breeder-'
Stakes in 1935 this only added impetus to the belief that there was n<>
difference in the racing capabilities of half-bred or thoroughbred
Creoles. When in 1936. 37 and 38 the Derby was won by three hnlf-
breds in a row. and the Breeders' of 1937 was also won bv "one 0
these same horsrs. the reputation of the half-bred broodmaies arual
have been great indeed. The thoroughbred mares were in eclipse
and Barbados breeders alone appeared to bother with them. I shoul..
imagine that if at this time the best half-bred of them all, Andv. had
come along the reputation of the thoroughbreds would have taken a
further dip.
OUT the saying that blood will tell means much more In racing than
*J> we care to think. In spite of the spiralling number of half-bred.
which were mainly responsible fcr each Trinidad meeting breaking a
record as far as the number of entries was concerned, the thorough-
breds came back to capture every Trinidad classic except one be-
tween 1939 and the present time. It is quite true that during thi<
time the number of thoroughbred mares had increased. But so ha><
the half-breds. Yet in the face of such obvious evidence that thi
half-breds were inferior it was still possible to hear c-ne or two
Trinidad breeders maintaining, up to the year 1945. that when ail
things were considered there was really no difference between the
two. Diehards never give up do they
Therefore reduced to bare facts and figures it is seen thai In the
21 years since the Trinidad Derby and the Breeders' Stake
been run only 4 half-breds have won the former classic and 3 the
latter. This in spite of the fact that for the first ten vears at leas-,
in the life of bolh classics there was a preponderance cf half-breds.
broodmares as well as those actually racing. That boils it down to 7
successes out of a tola! of 42 events, i.e. one-sixth.
Nor can it be argued that in recent years in some of the classi-
evontl there were no half-breds taking part and that therefore these
must not be counted. That only meant in those years there were
no half-breds considered good enough to be given the chance of
Masting subscription fees upon them.
There is therefore no practicable point for keeping the classic-
open to half-breds and if the T.T.C. are of the opinion that there
is still a possibility of discouraging the breeding of them and sub-
stituting thoroughbreds in their place by barring them from the
classics, then I say that they are entitled to make such a move.
BUT it certainly looks to ma as if the cart is still in front of the bOfrM
and that something more will be required to make the breed-
ing of thoroughbreds popular in Trinidad. In this respect I canno:
ee how the barring of Jamaican crcoles from thc classics can help.
Furthermore if the T.T.C. are foolish enough to believe that barring
the Jamaican creoles from all claases lower than C2 will also help
m Ibfa respect they will be making the greatest mistake.
A glance at racing in Jamaica will at once reveal what the trou-
Me m Trinidad really is. in Jamaica there are as many or more
creole horses in training as the total number of all breeds In Tnnl-
|ad Ud Barbados put together. Yet the great Bia}0ftty of thaat re
thoroughbreds and the few half-breds that there are belong to one
jr two very old families founded by half-bred mares almost one
hundred years ago. The total number of the latter is almost neg-
ligible and In some respects might be regarded as thoroughbreds.
Now the question is why does Jamaica have such a preponderance
of thoroughbreds and Trinidad just the opposite. Not because there
is such excellent pasturage in Jamaica nor because there is so much
more space on the island for thc foals to run wild, as I saw suggested
in the Trinidad press during the week. It is because Jamaican breed-
ers discovered long ago that it is just as cheap to raise a thoroughbred
as a half-bred and in time they have built up the number of their
thoroughbred mares so that to-da.v a thoroughbred mare con be pur-
chased reasonably cheap for breeding purposes just as In Trinidad you
can buy a half-bred mare.
Therefore, a- I see it. if the T.T.C. continue to encourage Jamaican
stock to be imported to Trinidad they will eventually fill the void
among broodmares created when breeders discover that it is no
longer profitable to breed half-breds. Then instead of a few dozen
half-breds being turned out in Trinidad every year we will see thoi-
oughbreds In their place. Then, and then only, will one be able to
compare the merits of Jamaica and Trinidad as horse breeding coun-
tries. I am not going to suggest that Trinidad will come out on top.
But I om going to say that they will come out a lot better in the test
on the race course than they have since the Jamaicans were allowed
in 1945.
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SIA'n \Y AI)\oi I I
PAOl IIU.
s / Saw II
Tie 1951 Amateur
roll' Championship
(Bv PETER DITTON)
LONDON*. May 24.
THERE ARE FEW more pleasant sig-hu on a warm
inny day than the view from the Clubhouse o* lhe Royal
orthcawl Golf Club. Away in the distance is the placid
ater of the Bristol Channel. Somewhere nearer is the
rst tee. far enough from the clubhouse to hide from
le bad shots but near enough to allow a view of 'he wwl-
t ball as it soars through the air, flea mi no in the sun-
Zht.
mnd that Oral tee. nut more nt-mibcr* of the W-lker Cu|.
one hundred yiud* distant, mil fill again*! Britain
le beach; u gentle Channel Mnataun at Bllkdala ihe previous
te ensures that the heal is week. One from whom much was
werpowcrmg. \, a wh Hobart Manlay,
such grand selling, the 1831 junior, reckoned by many Amer-
kttl Amalt in Oo|f Cluinipum- ,1.1.1s to bv the longest hitU'r in
wan suged last week. And Mr. Maauay a >'
for many vaan. if -ver. hns the tee at the 330 yard first until
solemn but sporting champ- the gram m eJaar und then took
ip been the scene ol so much a spoon for fear of going over tin*
arity. Tha reason wasMr. back. Sad to relate, ne fell shorr
ope. an American golfer who of his objective and. although he
I at Lakeside. U.SA. The Hid h;ivr f-i* or trvo colossal clouts
Mr. Hope is probably much of over 3ut> y.nd- latsr
r known to thousands as Bob eventually beaten 2 up by one of
of stage, screen and radio his countrymen.
. His reputation as a come- If there an I 10 b*
Is world wide. learned from the I
fould suggest thai as a golfer in the Amateur Championship
a very good comedian. this year, it was that to win at
riving at the course in a golf, one lias to attack Ibi Kill.
Uful, streamlined American This is n lesson the Americans In
and accompanied by dim particular have mastered Ti-
bs Marilyn Maxwell. Bob 1 hit that ball ns if thev real I v
was quickly surrounded by meant it. Even Bob Hope.
d of cameramen. Kg wive- .....i
;ed his way en to the practice --,- t n- ,
Dg green, where he posed for SOCCef LlUDS Kai8l
ul shots. After missing half _,_ _, _-
sen Bfaort puttS, he turned TlU'll* PWVOrS PUV
J and sold: "My short game *
be bad, but. oh boy. my long LONDON. June 2
Vital decisions effecting dubs
rther gusts of laughter punc- players and the public were made
d the otherwise calm Porth- at the annual meeting of the Foot-
air as Hope, without the bell League m London today
ance of his gag writers, al- The clubs agreed to raise the
found the right thing to say maximum pay of player* by 2
* right time. And UV C 14 a week during the playing
lg moment. Having explained season. Maximum pay for the
an honour it was fur him to close season remains at 10 a
king part in the Amateur week.
ipionshlp, he stepped up on To help pay for this, the clubs
leeing ground to drive off. agreed to raise the minimum ad-
poses for more photographs mission charge by 3d. to 1 '6 per
hen silence as Hope address- game.
ic ball. For ten seconds he The clubs placed a ban on the
id and swayed on his feet broadcasting of commentaries
n wireless aerial in a strong during the progress of games hut
before mis-hitting the ball it was agreed that commentaries
yards into the rough. be recorded and broadens; at a
Jr usual drive." said Hope. time when gamos were not actu-
d so it went on. Hope had aily being played. This applied
a lot of bad shots in ins ,m|y to league games,
r and. perhaps a little over- Arthur Drawls', Prvrident of the
by the occasion, he displayed League stated that due almost
of them. One delightful cntirelv to the bad weather con-
eana at the first, howiver. dltlons. about a million fewer
typical ol tha I right and people watched soccer last season
ry manner In which he went compared with 1949/SO. Reuier.
If defeat. He had playad ---------------------
i LEAN VM .11.HK
Parlrll Run- Hi'
Milt liM.t-r L10

n can! for the 1.500
i 3 mms. 43 sees, held
itu) bv the raw Swedes Lam-
rt Strand and Guader Haeflg
. nd Bannister may finish very
has another good pros-
100 metres
j.ihu Perlett. Turopejn 80n
etsaaaplon, sa
illSU
Parlett raced Into world clas-
for the mile m Paris last weekcm'.
when he llnished second in 4 mins
-
career. His pmv*MM
4 BfcjDt 12 sees.
the fourth Englishman
second*
fin the mile. Tlie others wen
Bl Wooderson. former worW
Nt d hosier. Bill NanK.vill. .
Br.'-h champion and Bannister
.. has been decided about
Pariett's Otyntpk plant Ha
he .nl not vet been kBVitad U
gay set distance^Renier.
JUNE 3 NO. 174
The Topic
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THIS EXCITING FRAGRANCE
Your skin will bacooler.i wester...
desirably dainty from head-to-tee
If you beihe with fragrant
Cashmere Bouquet Beauty Soap.
EDWIN ROttrKtt. H hi lifting rtiUiusls*t of the iHnd. makes a
rul stSeaapt I Hak during a work-out at the
Barjcll Club. BaaMnaa. Other lifters watch with Interest.
WeighUifting Eliminations
A Success
By P. A. V. C x who made three successful
. ,,. L., Sttampla with 174. 189 and l
,.ed -"
I
THF
id In
nd 184.
In the clean and
H I
Layna mide all failures with
L'L'i 234 and 244. lnnus wai
with 224 and 234. his
i lifts. He failed
with 244.
The results of the 140 pound*
division is as follows: B. Cox
ith
....
. ..nuls.
Every one was .mxiously look-
id to the lifts, in the 16r>
pound division. They ware mtrr-
ettad In Hanaapl Jackman. who
making a come back to tlv
Bav iu nivtsion is as louow-s: it. vo
'X 11' H"t with 827. Inniss second wii
i one nf r'H' ,nd 1*Vn< ,hl", ,,,,h '''
recovery from his bad dr
Us third shot run up to with-
it f-.-t of the pin. The liirge
rv applauded this shot and
I vcitli rather a pleased ex-
Ion on his face, took out hi*
ir while his opponent ihapad
S. AfriranH Hit 2W
Against Surrey
LONDON. June 2-
.. South Africans were out
pr his third shot. This was for 209 ugainst Surrey at the Ovul
il beauty and. after pitching to-day in their last game bafcrt
t three vards from the pin, the First Test.
A up to within eighteen Inches. At the cloee Sum-.. fl
out anv ado Bob Ho|k- threw for two in reply after losing two
mtter in the air and pretend- wickets without run on the
. stalk off the green. It might board. -----
been ull rathar iitiu--ii.il for Dudlcv Notirse, Captaiiij, who
\mateur Championrhip, but goi 45 and Cllve Van
jrowd loved It. who hit 80 helped the South Afii-
islly. for the record, let me cans lo a laaswiglUa t"'"l after they
that Bob did make I flno had lost four wickets for 49.
;ery when It looked as Michael Mella took the two
gh he might be overwhelmed, j,,,, rey wickets which fell with
rppor.rnt was four up with successive balls but Lume Fish-
0 play but Bob won the four- io<-k grid Mirhnel Barton put on
h. fifteenth and sixteenth to go in 75 minutes for the unfinished
(ilv one down. And not until (bird wicket -da-nct Reuter-
Ut his tee shot into a
S ,cvo,,h . M n.u CONNELL WINS
MM hp will now have the RIFLE SHOOT
faction of returning to the
< and < row in over his grel U-Col J. Coruiell won l>..lh
, Blng Crtwby. For In the the gun-seore and the handirjp
teur last vear Crosbv lost his shoots at the Government Rifle
li 3 and 2. Hope this year Range .yesterday. The day was
beaten onlv 2 and I. extremely hot but the light was
e brilliant sunshine, in which "^ throughout.__S. Carringl....
orst round m.i matches withiM points earn. "">" "
played, continued tor 'he Con jell who ^ot Mm he gu^-
"Sr~ ffstfBE S-,oCcome^crndN.,i
&srsts Jtakgryt ?&,:
ele bachelors In the Sjortd Chaso score,f 98 28 10 lflke ,h(?
tahan, whose weight-lifting ,)lll(t lacc
luve earned him the nick- "Following are the beit eight
t or "Toledo muscle man" vores in lhe gun-score: Lt. Con-
id below his .best to win 2 nel| flfli g, Carrtngton !-4. Capt.
1 over Major Ian Keel an of c; e, Neblett 94, H.S.M H. C. B.
(oval Eisgir.eers, who had en- Marshall 92. Major A. S. Warren
I from Mombasa where he y,i. m G Tucker 89. Major A DeV.
Hationed until recently. Chase 88 and O. Shepherd KH
anahan arai, of courat, only There will ba small bora trial
if a very strong Ameriran in- ihoot at the Drill Hall on Wedne->-
m which included all the day night at 8 o'clock
"
;PTm,:" laUng .,ii ol h
This was In ,.,. -he ,.,,...... ........,a 3 _d
Weight lifting Ch.
tH Wueeli |
Park on June li at 8 p.m. further
::.
Monday night.
A crowd of over 200 were
seated around the n<
lifting !>qu*r sit I'.iiia LsMOSfts
This CluO,
Mr. Haiold Wei ster. has one
the l>est iqul|.|'i'd -
isltnd.
Tin- ihOW iHHPui nl 8
In tha IM-pound division lhar
were three cntrunts. I
frntn Bedes Gym made .. .
m.i v. ith 144 pound* but sport. Jackman made successful
failed with 165. He did not take presses with 174. 189 and 204
a third tiv. pounds S Fields started with
A Beekles of Unique Club lalfasj 164 but Tailed In his second an I
M-i tlnrd attempts w-ith 179 pounds.
poond i ad in
hla second attanpl >>ud asked foi I ii -i i ......I
149 pounds. This as passe... A. Alleyne took for hi-- first Mt
Becklc* is a powerl 'i He succeeded with this but
was not Mirneiently \> i id with 174 in his seconu
VtaVn he made his first attempt. attempt. In the snatch he made
...... 174, and 184 but failed with 194.
, ""', ,V0 **' Fields snatched 164 and 174 and
A iieibit rii.i.-k c > lad with 184. Jackman snatch-
*,th 5**J ...n c,i -M ond ,M l>ul rillied with 204.
his second attempt. Hi look 149 jgokman disappointed his ad-
.....^"Il ni.rers in the clean and |ark Bj
* failing with 259 pounds. S. Field:
f uled With 224 in his fust at'anipi
.... adad in h.s second Hi
In the inaUi, l. ;wlb ,, r,,ii.d iih ?"id A Atlv>
he Jiut t ould nut locn
oB in hi ec I with t

i i.kari a- though he "~': in'"' w,lh 3-
Hie Judges were; Uelbeit Ban-
''.'" ulster. Ben Jones. S H,.l i i
Clarke and G. G.Ik.-.. Mi W
Qraanum aetad M I
I ... : ; I. \li
Harold Webster and
Altar lea Uftti
'.Iti Mi Kit i
I ITaakaO took 10U and ' li. Artie
pounds for his inst ami ,.-1 siaaafthai
who assisted ll.
This ended the 13J p." < '' thanks
with Weekes as onBJnplorL Hi '' Xl1 sWWln Rogers who went
total being 811......'"is A Beckla '" "", ," makp lhe howa,uc-
was second with .102 pounds an
Herbert third, with 288 pound
Arthur \Yiift Beiti
Roger Bannister
LONDON. June 2
Arthur Wlnt of Jamah
pic *ao metres champion be.
Kogrr Hanmrtei. Britain's hope fo
lhe 1.500 melies -t the 188
Bcs In a quarter mlk ^
iddlrsex Count> Athletl
plonsliip* at St-nu-i lo-d.o
Wlnt won bv eight yards In
48 1 second wti.....t u| i naa
record The pravii
:
Anothi! v^
1 is B MacDonald
Mian Ol Trinldnd wh.
his 220 yards championsbip b)
winning the event In 21 8 seconds
He bad unit yards to
I rival
Both wint and McDonald Bailaj
are member- or the Poj
Club
Reulrr
Nf
pnuiitla
his snatch
nd

With 144
.1 .: d, 1
d with 224 and 234 but
nil with 244.
ults In t
*lth 5H2 pound-
hTartan had bad luck la
claan and Jerk).. He missed ill his
jei k* bv
!

succeeded with ,i.
upt.
Y.M P.C. Defeat College
v m r.i' dafeatad Haniao
( llMI 18 4 when they met a..
Iiasketball at V M.I'.C. Grounds
la* nigh:. ,tmlm
t,, v M it Bdghl
i poaatt and U Graanhlaa)
aj six.
Mr. Miller, a for mt-r wcigh:-
Lao *p-ike ultout the alms
l | that the
lifters were not just there to out-
m but to reach a cer-
tagle l*fn standard.
Cox ________ ._
\\ ins Raring Trophy
3 Competitors
tors ni the 148 pound division, H.
Cox of Aero. G- bayne
and B InnlM of A>
Started flrtt In Ins pratt with 154
; t easily. Innlsi
M | ind made
It In mditar] ityla. Larnt hflfast June 2
with 168 and failed. Con was Th, Udema'tmnal' Tourist
successful In hit second atl^mp! Tmphv ;i a cash award of 1.000
with 169. Uyne with the snt-ie v, M. wr. Irjlay t(V ,ho v,.<(Tll,
weight had lhe approval of the ,hampton racing motorist l>wtir
judges but lnn.*s failed with I74.([, ,sepne Farina of Italy In his
He asked that the weight be Air. Hnmei. He covered the 200
checked ond it was found that one mi|,. count at Hundred near
side was five pounds over, lie Helfast at an average speed of
| b ihe lift again but failed. 91.4A mltao an hoar.
Co\ pressed 174 in easy fashion. He beat the British driver Reg
- illod with 174 end roniai Parnail in a Ferrari, who was scc-
dld nol taka his last lift. md by 05 seconds.
The snatch was very easy for Reuter.
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new persoiiaUltes who will hasp to
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ADMtfnTE
Sun4a< June I 1S1
A STIIW4.K
SH1MION
IJRED SAVAGE was entrusted
nerd a
representative journal eg to Hm
Kingdom a* a truest I Ooverr-
ment
Trie obvious manner lo go about hit tasJ:
was lo leave it to the journalist
island to *lm a pr- I
tbe ranks of those who work on the \ arwua
nevspapers in Barbados; Such a proced-
ure would have been appreciate
profession
Bui. by adopting eueti a meth >
was no certainty that an obscure inexperi-
enced journalist of a particular politic:/,
persuasion would have been selected.
Sir Alfred* choice has lallen on ;.u*.:
such a person who is on the stafl of a
journal whose very officers and Directors
disclaim that it u newsp*p*
reoofniaed sen** of the term. .
registered as such, and prefer, for reason*
best known to ihetnseives, u rail n a Trade
Union J alist will agree that the c.ppartimtrr tr
list the United Kingdorr.
served for sonieone who has rc*
. iege even thwagk the policy dues
Ekpa*j f/gim*mOmmkm tOmmmmtn
and tne Houses of taw Legislature are
:.---:--- i ggasagjaaj '. kaaarJ afj m\m asaa. -
bers baea they destre to usuiami thesn
:-. t- afeaH rtasl ass: RaV. -..,-- Mafl
Bar* tee* acroroec -
AftC
aeafij lag** te have had ea> Will.
aiissV what asaaoat agagfirt.
Jet* 11 III : Mb
There art r.. a nfcdaHi am
air Brorae. the Pusaax i*
of the Pre**
and as experienced a career jh juuniafisrn
as aa> other peraoa in Barbaooa, V
' who has heidlbe I
of the OWrvce U* many years, and Mr
m aU-round >trriaiist at
whose claims could not have beer, disputed
On what gr " Manr. chose-r
I ctatorial laatiion *
Per*t | I i*-Ws-*>-
the individual who was moat in neeo nt
cultural opanrtaaiauea. Bu: <*?
charitable construction is place-,
action it will noteatanef te hitr. ia depriv-
ing a deservm*. journalist I *
for what, after alL wouia have \*Ben a aip-
nal honour
It < Venezuelan -: Iusines.1
here the posit inn would be much the same
The investment could be liquidated and
tne proceeds of sale, to the extent of tie
original cost of the interest, could be re-
. eneruela f<* conversion
Bohvarea But the remittance of profits
and the retransier of capital must meet
bjcj Control
of Barbados, and permission w
given in raspert af "appewed uiveatrr
Ar. appr'-ved investment cofisssts of the
onatruction of a new buiWmg as opposed
< purchase of exasting presniaes, pro-
vided that the Government regards the
new bu iding as being of sufficient import-
ance K. the local econorr. a de-
parture from the normal practice.
The Bahamas on the other hand, are
*-red To quote from a Govern-
ment notice "Capital directly invested in
r-ahamas after January 1950 by non-
residents in projects approved by the
Bahamas Exchange Control at the time of
investment may be repatriated at any timt
to the extent of the original investment
the sale of an invest-
iToperty may not be repatriated but
must po into a blocked sterling account
Repatriation is extended to the subsequent
as we u the initial investment, and in the
real estate ;t applies whether
properv :i purchased lor personal occupa-
tion or for listing Rents of property pur-
chased by a nonresident receded :r. ster-
iiifcg are convertible if desired into appro-
reign currency of the investor."
The Barbados Government would do well
tc example of the Bahamas if
Hut as usual the v.liair. behind
.fie scene*, is the British Government
oat any doubt J the Currency Cor.tr
ruhaat is uaaaasa. lalias" from persons in
Hard Currency areas will he uesuaiaeli re-
ee the ilaliantar of aaarhsdoa
Here we are crying out far dollars, and
doing Our best tc keep them out
IIMill (IBREMV
BESrDES putting a sample "No Park-
ing" pole at Sea well, the Barbados Gov-
ernment should display a notice reading
something like this "Warning. V*s
from hard currency areas are hereby
warned that it is dangerous to buy a house
in Barbados."
Few visitors from hard currency areas.
such as Canada and Venezuela leaiize that
it is dangerous for them to buy houses u-
thut island, but there is a danger and in
fairness to them it should be publicised
The position is this: A Venezuelan, for
instance, comes to Barbados for a holiday.
likes the place and decides to buy a house
here so that he can spend his six-week holi-
In this island every year. Perhaps he
cannot afford to keep his house shut up for
the time that he is not in Barbados, or per-
haps he is sociable, so he either rents it or
lends it to a friend for a few weeks. A year
later, say, he goes bankrupt in Venezuela,
or he Rets tired of Barbados and decides to
sell his house here. He wants to pet his
Bolivarc-s back. But no. he finds that his
money * blocked
Because London says that if a
Venezuelan buys a house here he will only
be allowed to remit to Venezuela in Boh-
vares th? proceeds of the sale of the house
to the extent that such proceeds do not
exceed the purchase price, on cor -
that the house has been used solely in-
occupation and use of the owner.
Therefore a person from a hard currency
uya a house in Barbados cannot
rent it if eventually he may want to get
his original investment back in the cur-
rency of the country in which he lives.
sally, it would seem that there should
be no obiection to his renting his house so
long as the rent was rvt converted into
hardcurr-r Ur UthtBWel
a middle class Venezuelan who could not
afford to keep a house h^re empty for all
but : which he could liv
dur.' A'ould be able to rent the
house and let the rental accumulate in
Barb;.'- lo pay for repairs and servants'
wages
HELL DO.XE!
discarded its
swaddhng clothes and has staged success-
. an-aica w Barbados' tournament
ax rinanifiias Main I the asd of outa*oe
rw.;
.
striae disturbing rumours were spread

af tne Association Whiie it was adtsuttasrl
ina: the matches were well attended a
aWassOaa isMnaaBl -- Bl la* ananVaal
aspect of tne gene receipt* was whaspcred
uasranh. Tne detractors of
tne Association stated thai the attendance
matches aric the gate receipt* fiore
nr Hrtataal M SlacJoasss at
tne gales and ieaaages were gi\-er as rea-
sons for tne poor takings
Happily ahe Association bas Deer, able to
nail these malicious H
an attempt to show that the Association
.-rioertake
a tourm tenceo outside
The detractors overiomted tut lsct that
the Association nas access to the financial
recuros of past tournaments It is ilium::
axing to l-nd ahat Imt Iron, being incompi-
-.tie mucr.
vaunted t-xpert nei; nas uetterec any
previous return* loi fuotbail tournaments
at Keraungtoc Nor bat the business enc
I '-rnasoetit bear, the only succea;
The Assocuataac and Mr WUkes must oe
cernplaae nasd ler the rnetan*orpnosiF
srhsth has lahea place overnigr......
sss
foe cfesard
ail im*t tht Midlu.Ki- if. aaa ass fai ong/"* i/ I'm jcumt
a ckuM om all sen Bas Leiu l'>'i"
THEWXIKXOW
r.i..
Brevi
n:. -
GEoac HI>TC
Said > Raevn "We
what Crowo Colony
ssssv way uut I hea* Ena^aeaess
f them tad*- lr. ihe IPest
n* alrr+. ltTft Caasswl ^
.' '..'
e Council that the ear- T
Governmem airing eon* w __
dsSernunatior that it wooht as te
ttunc for the Cauttci
BSl
of aelf-fo*-
lt m**r* thr Eikb-
bve and no imtr.. uakvr stmnsers to the rokm>
a prTbaps pi-af oundlv un-
assealBSsd with an wants and cu-
co *rituun( them-
tor the entire eous-
trj- pravMbng to: ns supposed
seas any inctiiuuon thev think
appoinung an.v number
aflBMfs thej dean expedteat
i attaching what salaries they
tm u> that ubVts. preparing
a an stiraates. asd kjavOig
aj lasaen at laasfb k
LT C "ry the privilege of submit-
upon taem to meet the estimatas
of the Crown. Thi being the rase
iaj adeiee i? to hold so upon our
ciMunitutiun and to stand up for
atlt-apeernsafni b' kmg as we are
cad awareal aaal pn an
would tairaiorp he u* feertat
tt> tBPiiMrr ssq- qvsouon cam-
CLOSED
FOK
REPAIRS
Advocate Stationery
lo a few abort weeks Mr. Wilkes has
been able to awes i n oat has charges the
value ef teaaa work aad to eradicate the
old idea that tastes'1 wee a gaane ior the
seiesh individual pLaver to shine 1: -<
diaVult to beiatve that such a transforma-
tion could take place in such a short time
and everyone who saw the games at Kens-
ington appreciated the steriang work of the
coach But the Barbados teem assart not
imagine that they have arrived. The mate-
rial is there and if they are to develop into
an outstanding Caribbean teem they must
be prepared to practice assiduously and to
the advice of those who know
about the game
..maican team was not a first class
combination although it did include some
outstanding players. They were undoubt-
edly better midfield than the homesters
and had they possessed forwards with the
ability to shoot and a goal keeper of the
ifaiUrv of Coxier
-J Barbados.
Perhaps the chief lesson lo be learned
from the tour by the Barbadian team is
that in football more so than in many other
games a short stride is an essential for
maintaining balance and quick manoeu-
vrability. Time and again tne Jamaican's
short, quick stride and ability to turn
quickly left the island players in full cry
chasing for the touch line as though they
were competing with Arthur Wint in an
8d0.
It is to be hoped that this tour is only
the beginning of better relations with the
people of the Land of Springs, and that in
the near future a Football team from this
island will vint Jamaica, meeting that
colony's full strength and learning from
them the finer points of the game
for aotne year* the Colonial
Ofier in Loodot. nad been o-ying
woo Barbaso* into forming a
asd s n iiHi he sstd
apswnWd to
awe uCavai u. con
J aaass ot Th* traoas" T**r aar
aardl* i* ai. EnglaStmar. an Bar- _
tooav who wauid sab- COTfedersUor. which w*ld ...
K-ntM .ssf; tc the r^w, of Col- Uude u^ Wmdwam ialanda with
oawl POraer anSssffhi nasst o: o^ ejoatmg rederal Leeward
Utam migh: 0* a bit DafSaQ anou: i^and*. Governor Pope Henneasy
me troops. The tact was that U) oflered the most attractive bait.
Hr-OQuajSeri fcr A, Hr llM ^u, Houaes of the I*gu-
' -'" ";- -' * latar> Maroa an "eas reaaa
was m BarbaOos whueb waj Sieri Qenl population HI wa> redundunt
the aaat of Govenmssssn aa toe , loday it hi aurplu*) u ill tmd
rei of Barbaaos. a natural outlet in the nnghbour-
Crenasa. 5: Vitieent. Si Lucia m, uhmdi when by a uniform
Had Tobago uoaJ yem. the tame laws.
1st WM fcaStaa waa no! Uo* lo the bmr tariff, and constant
come bait:
am ii. iU isii-' tbl nas uiioccupi'd Crown lands
Marci. 1B"6 SS road : "Coioi.el ana hall tilled estates will he
Porte a mar worthy aoo nteuV uvailabk- for their labour, and
sent man tails us he ha* no* lived they ran come and go to the
m Barbados two yoart wiu. ha various islands as readily as they
eyes shut But Sir Joni Saslj, asw p**s from p irlsh to parish
mas Mr Fodaringhan and u, Barbauu "
K*i have hvet all thtt- Colonel Porter anuclpated the
live* m BarbaOos wiUi their eyes time when n should be possible to
and ears open, with quite as lanat incorporate British Guiana in a
Bt observation and tacit- rsal British West Indian confed-
taes lor acquiring knowledg* ef eraey. He eoniw.ed he took "a
the wsnu and interests of Barba- lars:r iiiaghHWani rats 'if confed-
oos as Colone: Porter or V the future, extending
fiempei (taw Attorney Gener,il> horn Jamaica to British Guiana
gssaaaasi with Hi Headquorten in Barbados
Is not this the amd of remark and the open roadstead of Carlisle
w expw- hi t*ar in the Savannah Bay converted into a protected
Out lo-dav it's the sam* old Harbour, the resort of vessels on
cuasn. Barbados vwewm ine United their way u> the different parts m
Kmgoum. asMl srho knows bast tne West Indies What different
what is best lot M Tbe ill Sal position: would Barosdot I
oisaff ls"If to the Barbadians what iinportance would attach to a
asaatks largely to the oratory of great confederacy of this kind.
Mr Baevai later & has mucr. more weight would it
*ve with the British Parliamc
in Use settlement of questions
which its ii.terests were
Pke that of the Sugar Bounty
DossnS It sound as modem
the Regional Economic Comrr.it-
lee' But wnat would Da
able Bertie Gomes say to the pro-
posal that Barbados should be die
centre of the Confederation^ He
would probably say thai Confed-
eration and federation are not the
same thing. But the West UdMe
was against their, both It hn'i
: a leading article of list
January 1BTS "We are not fright-
ened with the bogey of conleders-
Uon If M were practicable we
would go in for it The closer the
ues that bind these islands to-
gether the better for them. There
are two way* of onltaSg them, by
increasing the facilities
course and trade between them
asd b\ giving then-, the same law*
and institutions. The sea offers an
inseparable barrier to their com-
plete union **
Today more than ever, we
might add in 1S1.
But the Was* Indian did not let
the matter drop there "Thi bj
how we regard confederation"
another leading article said on 25
January 1876. "It is an experi-
ment tried in th* Leeward Is-
lands. It has turned out a dead
failure All the islands in the
Confedenicy deplore it. It* pro-
moters said it would reduce ex-
penditure: on the contrary It has
added considerably to It, They
aid it would facilitate and secure
the administration of justice oi
the contrary there were greater
delays and obstacles in the way of
obtaining redress through the
Courts of law than bef.-r.
It is all eerj sell ler irangers
who have no interest in the- mat-
ter to bid us try the experiment.
but with us whose properties ono
liberties are at stake, who must
take the consequences it is a very
different affair"
It is not such a long time be-
tween 1876 and 1951. fasti 7?
years. But how sadly disap-
pointed will be so many, who have
been patting themselves on their
lirtcks in nn cftori to appear mod-
ern, it thev turn up the news-
papers of 1876 and Ond how little
difference there i> between the
words used then and now t>>
the same tm-o racUonsthose wru
have a stake in Barbados and
those who hare to please the Co-
lonial office if promotion and &
xuccessiul career is to be tteir
ssal
sitting o\ the i i;y< i:
aBjgSae-SaaanSS 1SS1 the? O'-*: '
,--.-. .....*
Three fiiaasi ssaSorg ssre bbsJrS-
trK-
S> NATM*MII Ot
lyreasu over taert Nat. vna* aOBg
Bas OBBS, auc r^tiuruiig and tasu>-
i-.


isr
aaStti

asrsaal
Mbbb '- fars^anars n*oeee as
. MS I BSl I .---"* BH
.oUung afr A tUdM-'-
.-. .ng.igr* o* the *se>asi

at
kasr nse. t* aUar ne
Go I___
traT far fre-i LosSoa.t
agssi a-* ;<- m **. ael r
I sad aerer, aesee aiiidnaaii -.
' Why voa're qa-^eswc k*s
head. sM so far ffas gaV--
qacued as -'
auainier [i-.e ra ssSnle- H.'
1 pa qi>raetng Sr
;,^s)0o
Vo* hare oveaed Jc* ash asd ssec*
or. v*T ""'0 aid achiaa feet

queaeinp up ia Losattos.
Don'r kaov irhaf ytm'rr QM<-an*>i.
/or. yoa'rr qaeaetay for. ymi re
oaraei'.
Voa doa'I know whal you'rt
qurtertap '--'. ial/ I*.. I
Loadoa
Maybe is your q>eurtvg state.
VouU aercr lose Ihe hsb-.r.
wiate . .
i*o>. II queue up at the Colder
Gate far asrav from LowSoa
thsakes Os Tse Use
Another Trsnsatlantk call
fr.-n Joe Doakes. the wrtl-
.\mencan
"-pHAT rou. Wet! How's the old
I lookin now*
At the moraetu it's a bit efctili.
Joe. Crcept *or the lessst oa
the treei yo*L yo*.Ids'r Inssv it
You certsiriy get some tough
Joe
our
ttierCs a gu.< cal^c Jamas
Case s rurturaUas* Ai_
But af-^- .osfc at
L*t.UUV (ouiOf I t/O Vi

'.tins' B v uUK La .--
They assSH rattS chil V'
: m*
ft voj ia oar papers, loo Joe
Things must be pretty bad in
England. Nat. if a guy thinks of
luralaa down 90.000 rather than
Met there
He;:, lied lose half th? moaej.
Maybe But 46,000 is fUll a
lot of dough I m .
ikm about dr.mghl> in your
h .i*es-
Shell rertai'iljj per plesirv if
s^e roiu here. Joe Bat after
t few peari she'll oel lesgheaed
as
And she won ied .ibout the
shortage of food too
Jt un> i s* bad as ihaf. Joe. In
fact she mtoht gad it rathrr ex-
citino
ExciUng. Nat?
Why. yes. Joe. Shepssao orev
herr has something o/ the rx-
oteweat of the ehaar. day
Ifta Cape saleS* r-sH a chirfcen
that* pot* blade m cold stoe-
se heeease lho*-aaads oti't
Offoed to bay ii. Aaofhe- Ov
he ssaoht rrack dotes a can of
ham loaf inth moee loaf thaa
ham in, ii ArA laere's a'awv*
far tMTpnie
Whai kind of aurpnse. Natf
You're raepetsed if yos cat*
cgt it. Jot.
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trees around it. Harm,.... n-p Hall .., a conn
rne wMwoe of i> .H< \u-. f>.i
Will K. i .
rchJtoctur* at iiM butt. I run do no bsrttei tin
I' i unfortunate" nyi Trumiu* Thoma, T. WatMtnan, in* Am.
T. Waterman in his article on (rican expert He lays: Th
Early Buildings in Barbados, house is divided longltudinalU
"that the economic system alter- as at Drax Hall, but h
ed the cour-e of style ol which MITMf loggias at either end.
Harmony Hal! is so charming an the entire front length of th*
house it occupied by a very large
r;>-thioe year* the late drawing room. The i neon vent-
Sir John HutTOn, O.H.K. lived in enee of entering the house
i.i- -.,- nt lua through the main living room If
memoir*: *! must admit I mi-taed lessened by hd entrance loggia
my old home when we moved to '" tne centre of the facade. Al-
lattle Barn, but the stairs were though other houses have unun-
getting rather difficult for me"Vtant vestibules. Harmon !1 II
..." Sir John was educated has a dominant entrance. It en-
at Codrington College and stud- elese* almost the central third
ltd medicine at Edinburgh unt- ol the facade in the full height
vcrstty. He returned to Barba- Of the building, and It contains
d<.s to practice, and laU?r touted* a triple arcade at the first floor
the Public Health Service From line
1HI2 to 192S he was Public The difTerence between Har-
Heallh Inspector. He became a moriy Hall and the two older
member of the Legislative Coun- houses. Drax Hall and Nicholas
til in 1920 and served until 1943. Abbey, lies in the cotwrtion of
being elected rresidenl of the Councfl Iroin 1641 to 1943. 'great hull' plan. The resulting
Harmony Hall Is a Georgian lon* i"*- open on all three aides.
house, and it Is illustrated in A. '* obviously better adapted to the
W. Ai-worth's "Treasure In the lr0Dtc hro' 'han the more enclosed
Caribbean". The exact dale when h,l:e"e. This room is spacious and
it was built i* not known, but dignltWi. The polished furniture
a-gpHti .igree that it was somo "f dt,rK mahogany, the bright
lime in the early part of the ** and flowered thLritx**,
IHlh century. Unfortunatclv the roaki- the present decoration ap-
houae was damaged in the' hut- P*'gly British. Tlie room rum-
ticaiies of 1780 and 1831 and had "lunicate* with the garden by
1.. be partially rebuilt. For this French windows opening upon
reason the lull intent of the l original architectural design is Although all the architectural
noi .ipparent. Incidentally. It is detail seems to have disappeared
probable that Harmony Hall was from the interior, the exterior
built by a Quaker, possibly n shows Interesting rusticuted plas-
merrhanl since the house is so tcrwork. The triple entrance ar-
i*0* and -41 the other arched
openuiga. doors ,i
treated with quwlned and rusU-
retd frames
Aj pnaani ^ ..,.* n pi,
rounds the house except for the
breadth of the pavilion. The porrh
may have been buih in two peri-
od* The slender turned posts on
ItflM and the grilled
railing were perhaps done earlier
than the heavy column* of the
south front. The extent of the rv-
bu Ming of the walls Is made plsin
iupt termination ..f th.-
quoming at tht head of the second
floor windows.
The question of the original roof
design is an interesting one. A
hipped roof now covers the main
i low gable covers the
BgvUSon. The quoin strip on the
centre of the east elevation sug-
gests a double .gable, as at Drax
Hall, though in English work of
tlu> pssrtod such qucin strips were
sometimes used merely to break
up large wall areas, as at Stone-
leigh Abbey, where the roof
treatment is unrelated to tho
quoinir.g."
Thomas T. Waterman was wett-
ing in 1145. and Harmony Hall
nas changed little since then. The,
sitting mom Is now furnish stall
moderr furniture, and there are
two delightful water colours by
Percy Agnr of Dominica hanging
on the wails. To me. the most
pleasing part of the house is the
entrance, in front of which are
some shady trees and a circular
swectlime hedge. Standing in
spacious grounds. Harmony Hall
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sui rounded by the buttle -f
Bridgetown.
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PAGE EIGHT
-I Ml W M)V(K \Ti:
MNDU. JtMl 3. IM1
Our Pocket
Theatre
"Wilhelmina Half
What Made The *&*****
Shakers Shake?
v i Bjit \ in \-
II- (.F OKGI M M.COLM
THOMSON
:-
York suit.
ell as men a i
ser* a.id :i system of "complex
HEAVENS ON I:\KTH Bt marriage" was practised, i.e. men
Mark Hollows? (Turnstile : and women could (recly cohabi*
LBi "in paces.) witnin the rtHIIHUl
If any two persons showed a
Among Ihe thousands of Euro- selfish attachment to one another
peans who poured into the New I Key were brought to reason by
pL\- were be] so ,on* '*" lu d,<" "mutual criticism." another word
parties from 1 "" were some, a min- for public opinion.
In ]*). thr dm Ittaa Theatre/1
But II use as
D "Little Theal e' WU no! exclu-
sive and so did not last 'ong.
For the Wilhelmlra Hall as it
was then known was the pla
Wfcerc 'oca! --cc | ltd Si
-,........ WOI..I
used
VWI Me Island and
public show* m this building. .
Companies included ihe Band-
in Dallas Drama lu Company. '
and alto the QkMtop Ha rii Com-
pany. But n<. on.- an
ber ""
for
Ephra-

As one of the Oneida songs puts Vork
on his
"We have built us a dome
On our beautiful plants*
lion.
And we all have one home
And one family relation."
It was only too true.
(Bj JAMrS BAKTLKTT)
WILL W-yc.r-old Norman
.. much niiliicnee
en the mind o: Rita Hay worth ?
'fitiR his latest
\ Guide to Confident
L'rlni."- while she waits in
Nevada for a divorce.
happirj married tum-
PtU for ix-.il> n years. Is a
Methodtit minister with one of
the bluest caagMgaUang in New
He has six psychiatrists
rhureh staff to deal with
;.. j.i.i. ,.. i: - praWJia
thought*." he
change your
Change your
says, "and you
world."
HO t ranger to film stars'
t tonal troubles. Thcv bring
In this respect the Oneida group ''"" Hollywood case-histories for
,. orny. who were reallv looking for
i.mM.n,- '* "aril they though!
that the M.lleun.um had taken
would do so at any
nenf. So out to the era ; Um
sailed, in boats of evciv atn srlui
this thealre by t ist "name 'r:"' <>! every shape.
ehJL h;iS ^Vf'"1" th,r' '"' ml -iimdifl
cfuttige* in it* life time. Shaki
The name it now hear* l> '"";"" Rappi'. of brosM the pattern of the mTllen- nil best-seUtne; eernMoa.
Olvmoic In iQT-i w h#.tm.n, cthcT *"< nesi sects. The Ephra- "'-d aocieties which were Com- There was the husband of one
Hall was chaneai" i i'.' u!n ,ans *>""> their televopes. and nmnlsl. totalitarian and In favour Plm star who exclaimed, when
don Mectrle Theatre Snr* f 'i*""1 Ihoir n'"nU studying; the if celibacy. Some, like the Ephra- _ *as first mentioned
thai t Oriphlc\torv o' mS ","' Jh\Day f. J**m*M had r "* celibacy easier, the
toiltm S%e for I -S?5 h">"!"1 ?*> 2S_ EP1"-?*"" mi WON patrlarchlal
Hie" made lu way In the heart
N
We have a babyand can
it ihe baby in Iwo*"
Dr.
and
PeaJe believes that with
divorce, children ore cut in two
.ally. Curled up on the
" Nevada room Rita
teresting offshoot beards and monkish tonsures; the H,iy*t!!lT ?. f ***'**"'
of many.
In 1922 another theatre, the
second, was born the bnpir*
competition then staitcii The two
theatre* were owned Ipi
different individuals. Thr Olym-
pic was owned by Mi. James H.
I Mr. J, t
m a I father of th<
MCP. 3 E T
the Empire was the i.
Mi. Humphrey, who
mostly In Titr.idatl. Tne firs:
silent HI"- u> tip sho'
Kid" Competition
that the Olympic ever
its In
it the finest in aOouauc propar-
tie*. "The fln^ei- ..i .hi
the reopening ftlin fo)
unen cut their hair short and
already
curioui
of the Quaker movement, and
were founded by a Manchester
voman Ann Lee, who migrated to a* possible. Each individual wrote
,ftcr ihe Church o! Eng- a weekly paper confessing his sins
land had tried her for blasphemy It was a great blow to the Ephra-
a which she rebutted to lam when one of their leaders
the satisfaction of her followers in 'lowed an undue solicitude for
a speech delivered in 72 different the sisters, unattractive oi thev
. niiuagcs. some of which have not uere
'"I before or lln..-
... ^ The Bachelor Coliiny
Celibale% Only
The Rappites, a German sect "e
What w.n it made Ihe Shakers who believed in the Second COM-
For shake they certainly ,ng and made excellent whisky.
dancing and whirling have not worn so well as the In-
"!" like dervia) M was. apparent!;
essential part of th
-..................... ... vu'!nI,rbc"a'Ui,uh^r1?'"on
ade their faces as unattractive WclK-s) and 1 ft-month-old Yosmm
will reau these words:
Parhapa If parents actually
knew what their children think,
it might help them to avoid some
mistakes which wreck home life
and i mse agony.
In the last analysis the
"f first and final
importance to a man and wife.

l Import a nce than
tujJ pleasures." .
Appreciation
...__ .i.i * -'iii.ii iiii v* m\i war
Iding ai thai lime flying .,K.lir,s, Slltiin nelped lo k
bay the abon
inatlon of the
.. -as vary enjoy-
KvrrylxKly who saw the
Shaker-; m one of the corybantic
ritua's agree that the Shakers
111(1 i ||
the Vi-r it i. .
Empire. I'ai amount's "CrlmsuL
Cnallencci" assuring: Dorothy
Dalton ripperi ih,> audience. Ii
was a stor) S love and icvenge I. -hey were an in-
Tfterc was also a ptogrsmmo of dustrious. queer-living people
the world boxing championship dwalllng m their communities in
Kid McCoy versus Wallace Held the New England fatates add
ODCylng a stern discipline that.
H other things, told them
which foot to put first on the
years later a nfelon.: BluU[iU wh-n ,nv wokc ori
it w* morning.
Mora IniporUmt it insisted
The Talkie-
A few years later
ambition was fulfilled
Warne- Broa' m-\\ i.minph th-
talkies This brougni wide in-
terest and i i um many
uuai U i Sc b
Wtfe possible rcilK to h-ar |*o-
pte on ina Mrcen iu>iiy
On Sunday a*nln| :.\.
the Empire presente.t
Sc indals'
1 talkwa. Many
"What [| |,i-
Oi n >ou iea,i my eyei '" ., : I
love to love you". T.hm' ai.I not the Day
len by 11 iK-i tl
celibacy; 'o married people, con-
vartad lo ihe aaetj had to separate.
It was a severe rule and one of
ihf reasons why the Shakers are
now in declinethere are fewer
than 100 of thtm left.
Smoking Was Banned
One ol tin- I.. i , i Baakag
. man nanu'd Noyc
pointed out in the I83u\ that, if
of Judgment had oc-
n damnation was un-
aeen the nlm. Jack Bgaa ~u.t nacaaaMy. Tin* proved to be n
ShIK ONcll. 1 understand, l">pular doctrine and led to the
made a aood 10b of it | ..i.ding of the Oneida Commun-
Mfewed by "Rio Rita", with the ____^ ___________________
popular John Holes and I1.-W ^_
Banl-l. who w*.. ihe Uwn waBWrt BO Mm, 1n aMir
favcur.tes. Th,- atrUi ol out- HoXy. making hU score three
'''""",' '' W- Within another nine n.onths the
come Dan- Royal wen, Thl, ;i,u|ltl1
Even marriages that seem at a
lirt'.king-point and Rita has
.cached the point cf suing for
tl.COO.OQO-do not appear hopeless
to this gray-hairod minuter.
He thinjuj that a few changes
in thought and habits ran bring
married happiness even then.
It is the customs to rationalise
i : lagv 1 illuros on the
basis that the partners were not
by nature adjustable to one
another. But. he aays, most
couples could have adjusted them-
aama had they corrected a few
simple faults.
(Rita's ground for divorce Is
'gem-rally Incompatibility.",
in..' of the most basic drlvei
in human nature, for example, la
the cravtny lo 6e opprrciafed
Let husbands and wives get that
act <*x* .1 in their minds, says
Norman Pea Iff
(When Aly Khan's wife reads
tin* she may recall that her
explanation RH Um parting
lefretted the burden of "my
husband* i kal obiiga-
lions and far-dung mtari
Thuik appMClaUosk, says Dr.
thuti criticism.
Don't develop the habit of seeing
the things that are wrong.
Appreciate the things that are
right and iau so. And say so
Four Rules
lowed.
8*r". "High IVeasocr and "Under
the Greenwood Tree.'1
aied wide inr. i
siasm among many. More fan I
At this time, silent films vied atteiMr.l the theatre, and local
with talkies. Tne biggest job then businessmen got Interested ami
WM to gaj Jans to allow thai made .l drive fur themselves.
.lalfcics io do the talking, u- I
was constant Jabbermi hwn the More Cinema!*
The ComUCUion bctwan the V'' lu,*w,'nl, ,"u' C02*SS
Olympic and sne Emp.rc wa" not '"" MU*?**d wilh lln* KOO(""
so keen, bswause there w< wus 'e 0i*}m'
people who.Tti;:i loved the dienl PU,M ls woughi ni.ition-
plctures more thun the talkies. PiOtUre hou:v.i in every direction
Bui II waa.ffl11 unUl Dec. Jl of Bui II wag not the end. The
the same -/taT that the Olympic w>st roast of the island beeami
ibli -o yh-e th. pubii,
first talkie lh- :..v "P-
opened with the 2Ueffeid i It .1 "d ""' olncr ln Speightstown-
Rila." aim ant *** Astor. This was the rosult
."piiaiioiiists, also a German sect Understandably, he U a great
of religious communists who still beftever in prayer Whatevei rout
flouriidi. They are pacifists, but rellflon may be, h<- laya, put It
while regarding women 'as a high- Into practice in your home.
Iv dangerous magnet,' grudgingly Rita has a particular problem
l*rmit marriage. The Inspiration- here, for she has promised thai
ists are now a well-to-do co-oper- lauNnln will be raised in the
..live society Moslem faith.
On the whole, the settlements Pbrina; over the pages of advice
with a religious inspiration proved on how to be happily married,
sturdier than the later expert- l:ita Hay worth will read these
mints in secular communism. rulM in Chapter XL:
IVurlcr a Frenchman, was re- ^ .
iponslble for most of these '* p'1 " ,no hi,Jb,t of 'v "
methUUJ happy and constructive
He was a prime old bachelor aral w-oiiis you speak in
, who lost all hU fortune in the Uw morning. Thai will set the
iloua. Two imu I theatres wen- F|i.nch Hevolulioll( and hope<1 to timc. for ,hc rtav.
a SE? 3LSw tSSTSKS!'"' create a society In which revolu- -' Kind one of the early morn-
lions would not take place. He ing religious radio progrnnmes
proposed to abolish property and ail dawn unirtlp and listen to it
Make a rule that no prob-
erorrlaa, or resentments
^ -------- ----* --- -----B~."~" ui vuunu \v uwi.a.i uiiMi'i
emphasised that It was '"' man ambition to control marriage, and hoped tha
plea theatre. j:itk Holt "J v_".-golng public of Barba- IRll man would finance his dream.
Warner Banter wen now the M"i ,Sut- "othing daunted then He even put adverlisementH in the
favoornes. While "night......r '<". others with a similar ambi- newspapers announcing that he
Donovan Affair" aid "Delightful *lon:. ,T 0l,,m*_P'-",a. wbich It would be at home every day at
Rogue' were among the
outstandinji filn
S Side Up," will
temembered by many
Merger
The Kraal light
.heat
between both
!
.hat Barbadians had grown to
a merger of the < ,v ,,s thr ril1r |)irtur(. bouse
was known now ii lb h i Barbados
Age (BCFE).
Many inq rovemi Vba Plata gioup made tins
to tne building, nW big gamble." They
Bound system A> tteneaxl their shares to obtain
latest t>pc waJ ipltal and arc now the proud
at ihr Empire leeaofa of two of the best
Eleclnt The project Hiking cinema palaces In the
hand turned but by
attached. VI the Proprietors go on in
A few >.. iii.. enpetmon. the public derive
cold out lo Timothy Roodal of much benefit. The better films we
Trinidad, whose efrcu the better our education Ai
in itself an ambitions project, certain hour to any philanthropist
started the big drive. From Oi- who wished to call on him.
ihe trail led to Bridgetown,
indeed, a stone's throw from
the Clly proper, and in duct
competition, with the Roodal
circuit, this group eel up a fine
inema just opposite the building
The Path To Perfection
Several Fourier "phalanxe-"
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A. Drop a few great texts int. '.
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Psychologists say that What vo.i
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minutes before sleep has a deep
effect on your consciousness.
Dr. Peale finds it more than
coincidence that the divorce rate
has climbed ever since fainllv
prayers started lo go out ol
urvived. On the other hand, ruBBRsn. (Then ts'orVcUvoroa for
it can be said that when prosper- mvmj |nrw. marriages now in the
ity came to the sects, as it often United States. And in some com-
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frugality, corruption came with divorcee as marriages >
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that make you led dull and heavy. Take your Fruit Salt io
ihe morning, every moniins;.
Eno's
Fruit Salt*
SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED
lei laacouLAR action.
-ICK HEADACHE. I.IVKRISHNESS.
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Spike Heels, Platform -.-i--.
WHITE M'-BI'CK. BLACK SIKOF
Cuban Heels, Platform Solee
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AND WHITE,
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CM'W UNI
/ffasi
M Ml V\ \l>\<>< \l I
1- \< I VIVE
Man A6 ^^v Beaten thine m
^^Bp fir
^iimi B lie
^^tilfm wolci
witl
^^BtinL' itock, tastefully arranged
^fc^mai that permit or the
MBr
earn
ebracl.
butterfly wind and
^^^brling silver and.
a*M* particular regard for the
Wtmti of charms, w } V#M
|^^^K Island c '
knceli-t or brooch pin
you p.'-u-i
the b' \ ,
^^ttaa of novelty
.p [aturinic all sorts of
figures and what looker)
hxI re
Kindlon ol :i nrlti*h Columbian
m Pol. proUCfC
you imaaineil ousted pre-
fcits no difficulty if you takr il
I Alphonsn B de Lima.
Now from here to thero Is only
Istone'g throw if you ...
distance so I dropped Into
-Oata'. 10 say h*llu l Irum
tan is the Woollen Yardage
artnv i He was looking over
v'i l when I called ami Ml
based expression seemed to me
, lx very well i HI
variety, which is In abun-
, DaCosta's are offering ex-
; value. ( I was
on of attractive Worsted
f Cheviot men's -suitings thai
[ selling at a prlce lower than
____I manufacturer can offer them
^Bay. An Irish style pepper
^B salt' (we used to call them
^^Blnemaras) of blue, grey and
h^Kwn grounds flecked with col-
ly at $4.75 seemed an excellent
i Oarr. Doeskins from the '>
Itaint & Winterbothain In Se;>
Breen. Dove Orej
^Bist and other appealing colour*
Mvi1>> yo-a to feel their lu*h
P^wif-ne* .rid nch quality.
Dropped in for a
| lVi Qoodlng at the Fort Royal
Barage anci ended up on better
ding terms with hia most
rivals. These are mam-
noth at* ton Morris Commercial
ucks The emljodiment of dura-
bility, rugged strength and. not
least, economy, this Morrll t'nm-
clal has a six cylta
head valve engine of one hundred
horsepower. Fitted avltl
llllary two ratio fear-box lo give
ligh aim b i |t
bills giant
laces whether flat or on the side of
I hill. Parey pointed out tht bee*]
uty shock absorbers m
brings and 1 viewed with no Ultla
e the enormous 34 x ~i t
lr heavy duty treads. Full
>ckhced hydraulic braki
\ the m liter of flopping with the
To my query
jrgardint; veiilil it
fe.uure m commercial
^fchicles. 1 was ghown in addition
to aide vanti an cabin, addi-
tional ova
EgBorough current ol Bit fi'om front
1 to rear. Of the mx Inu -
an the BOOT, !'
ante bold and tut tl
flirt Dtly on the
! water of which f'"
i obt.unable.
* Still with the sound Ol
J*jdoU in my ears I a-ended my
through u. Lower Broad
ft and Into C. S. Pitcher *
Now, to he a handyman
always been one of my am-
^hither any la.sk involving ham-
Kenng a nail or BCrOWlc
tvarinblv presents huge prob-
lem-; Mi
Hii.4, immediately showed me the
jn-.vr in a show case that ap-
red to contain every concetva-
too) known to man. Here I
tound Baehaawl and Handsaws,
nndrtlls, Braces. I
Grinding Wheel*. Set
Carpenters' Hammers and En-
gineers' Hammers (root
a pounds. It wouldnt Ufprtea
I to And a left handed spanner
tie
Co
Id,
I
rail s'.ocked
toee such as C. S 1'iti-n-
1
.
I
I from the
... n
< oft ran
fabric, or
button, or garment,
> laid nut. ..-
i Name of tru Sto
Of
I . i After
(nay re-
A very
aalpmani of Crepes
a. Blue, Tarq
Whuoand in limited quantity.
/ oyway, I'm going to tell you
it'a Chaw's, of course. Chase's Dry
- tre that hard-to-
find item 1* so frequently found
Glamour Home and
tunUlai la ail
DMnj other English and America!.
. right there oi
I Mr just waiting to be
be light. And to think of the trou-
ble I nave gone to only recently ti
obtain a current number of these
journals. They're all there at Rob-
I a the statio? en Bton
on High Street. 1 m told that
'ont are takf for an)
one .f this kind of maaastM gflM
lllar delivery is a feature
i TOtt, too. ladiesPatten
Books are also there. 1 have *
for idling away the od<
ten minutes in a store like tha'
Co There are sc
many UtteratUng things to gee and
hrow.ie over. Books, for instance
and classics, chil-
dren's books and school hooks
ay, speakiiiE of children''
l>ooks 1 saw Alice in Wonderlam
iiuluded among them Whirl
the odd occaslor
be difficult to get especin)l>
whan a gift is wanted.
Quite apart from many unusua
item- of stock 1 am attracted U
the Broadway Dress Shop becaust
It's always so cool and. when you
walk In through the front entrance
you look right out the back, onto
tnd headsalls of a friend-
ly schooner in the Careenage. The
1 Yea Shop at the eor-
ii.. ol rrafalga* Square la a pteas-
-invenieiit retreat froni
Broad Street. There's a very styl-
ish range of nylon Swim Suits in
there right now, in Blue. Acqua
and Cardinal Red. Also saw
Men's swim trunks made in Eng-
land nd selling for around $4.00
For the kiddies there really is a
buy in swim trunks from the States
elUng .it one dollar. An attract!
multi-coloured lady's beach coat
would. 1 think, appeal to you
well an i rather pleasantly hand-
worked raffia hatlust for loallnx
iround in and out if the sun.
Imnle matter to drop )n-
to P -\ Clarke's new Cosmopoli-
tan Drug Store which is only a
: vards round the corner
of Broad Street on Prince Will!
Henry Streeta few easy stride*
from then old location. Indeed, a
Prince William Henry
11 at once show you this
most attractive frontage of soft
Jilted walls offsetting the
polished dark wucdwork of the
ghoa wlndot ther side of
I

La hen, bii Ing
. ati ri I'. A. Clorke'g Drug
BJ Bnda .....xe<-llent and
k sparkling in their
: really en-
joyed this call ami mv chat with
Mr. Clarke, This long established
drug store oflen the best of pro-
now, in iheir new lo-
catlon on Prince William Henry
Tfl presenting ihem
ir the modern manner i
airy and delightfully pleasing at-
mosphere.
Church ServfoeM
Ufttl ti ^
iutimhi i "i CTu>ral luii <
IU[ii-u. Ham Miliui m
Kid Bfn>VM
Hr\
At The linrmii :
"ILLICIT
i\ti:rllde''
II m
ftoullnn. HoU !*"
J. Boutton. Hole Coatamunton
annn.
II am am* 7 p.in Rr\

PAYNR51 BAY -0 SB Jin Ml P H-i'
I P m Mr r Rtwrh
WIIITt: IIALU t 3D -i-
Ilr.n*.. T p m Mr T Umort
C.Ui. MSaiOaiAlf-Mr r BskH.
II i m 7 p.n. Hev R McCullough.
Ilotv Cornmuntnn.
IIOIXTIIWN JO a m Mr* Plinlij"
T pm Hi. D Srolt
bank iiaio^ mm an Wm I
Cluiay, U.-}\ CommitnlMi. t pm Ml*
(. t>vl..
si'r.ir,irrrowN -n " Mr ?
D,ar>* 7 p i\< Mr BannMtet
HB.III II j ir *rv n MfCtilloiigV
M i'ii ->i>
Culloustt. T pr
P M
luiKrmi
H. MAE Thom*^ I
n 7 p m. Mr Q. Jor.ri
naLMORT
Mr H Qra>l T p m 1
M. A. E. Thonui Holy Cummuninr
SOUTH DtSTHICT
m Rev. MAE Thorn*. 1
JMMtfeM Ipm Mi E Br>n
pRovmi'Ni i
wVaw
VAVXHAl.l
1 m Mr. P. Brut* 7 p m Mr
McAllUlor
IHIl*ri\.V MIIMI
rir.I 1'Kur.n ol C'hrlnt. BFlcntl'l,
diPiown Uppvr >> Strrrl
K> I.. .
SEPTEMBER AFFAIR fJuin. at the Globe 1%
another one ol those smootti. p iIisIum iphi^licated dramas
of illicit love. thouKh 1 must admit It : iu take
than nenj) I've seen.
.. wealthy de* rculU in 'her
-
.hum When the plant Np U'1
the two of then. Hf"on; as ihe claims Manager.
0 gae the sights andof wWOnaHy breaks the case, gives
coursemiss the plane, which Is Jr""d PJfrm*5e*'
lierhaps ;ust as well, as il later *1u[,,x,rUn? cast " ood Rnd
'An the sea, and they are Xhv **VaTound music
d Being thorough I >
in love l)' thlg tin.e. ti
new life in Florenee
and bar
imnle being relegated to the paaa
After a brief sp.in of extra-niant.il
bliss, the sudden appearance of the
ngineer's wife and
Harriet C>nig
M thoroughly
possessive and vicious
wo ian. now- pi.i> tng
a Broad-
way of aueeeaa of twai
year* ago "Cralg'g H
the complexion of the whole affair, ^' ff ,gg * '
paaa thai
ami ihe two of them raaUea tha. wa, obviously written i"ih tlv
* past cannot be .anored. and as ,h( ,rc i1:k1 n, llle .Vreen^n ,,un I.
m ,^Z -^'.'^ "" 5% h t1""' "e thai .1
dO tne.ie.en, ,h,g .nd return Io ^ 1Iowed , Mp Qu|tU ,n)o the
iu ,
pad '
W>lnMa>ya Ipm A mttvter whtrn
l(r^ Tntln-PWa ot Clui
gaaang
SUNDAY. JUNE 3. IKl
Rubml ol Ln-"
"(I M...l^.., MpraBMIMB'. Alta* Mr..
iterlwr. and llvprtollam. Dnuiunrad
Coldt.1 T*t Rvium PR It. 1
I'ould hmvr you kii* unl lhal whk-n
good, and umple euocrrninn evil
And the God ol prara ahall brulir Batafl
undar your fart shortly.
MORAVIAN
ROEBUCK STRRKT-ll m Momin*
>rm- fn)|i.*l b> Hub Communion.
PnriTher Rev K E. Nr.: 7 p m !>*-
mg 8>rvw: Praaeher Rev E. E. He-
OatM I HRU. II a "' Mornlnfi
pHMn Mr W. Hard*. 7 pm.
^.enlni Ser^we. Preacher Mr I. 0.e>
ruiAK-K II a.m. Morning Sefvlee.
^e^hei Mr T Barkrr: 7 p tn
nine Service. Preacher: Mr O. R
the
of the past.
is a veiy plushy production
Miss Crawford ..irin^ aas>
i | in a -uli-

technician. As
Rot know, the
f M.ni l<

MOHTOOMKRY -
lii\.. IVeafher: Mr
stiov mix, 7 p in
Mr D Co
ni'NV-nMllB. II
iervlee. Itejeher M
m. Bvenln* Se.vli
Hill
P i
ekda
bark.
~h*v all gi" > auiprise for
no ttgn ol it. Il a V.
hg cf Ig. Anrl ll ; Ulll UVg
pjl'rd cm. : no'f whirr the Bltn drovt ihtai
through ibi nt Soon
' i -
, i A*1 ' -
h book and shout
ht mod* ol
ihe frost pjnern on hi* *idow.
" I ottca wondrrrd where |i Frot g Hii ideas." he s*v' "b**t
no* thai Pre vrrn real ice-ftowert
i; won't be a myvtrrv aay kitigei."
1HF IM)
. r.aiu i it tan
- Wall fid / get you
home -I'll give you put a
match lo it."
York each to 'heir own life ;,"
A superior cast with Joan Fon- p
lame. Joseph Cotton, Ihe eat
nenul artiste Franeoise Rosay .nut mm,
Jessica Tandy all give distinctive e,!
perform anees and the whole in
film is handled with restraint and he M (Hi
sensitivity. Throughout you jrmi max .
will hear a fair amount of '.i,.,.,.i, .
Rachmanti Second Piano rr thafn, I
I. alung with some A worn.. ,,,.,
Chopin, all of whu-h .^ yer, pleas- ln,-ver>Thin......mer ami
sni. as u_ he them- Be^embei ,.,,,,._ ,,,.,...,.,.
Song", but 1 haven't yet been able jbU. ^ ,,,, so.......{ |hc
feJsre.!?*s-2n^,s.1.
uI npr hr husbaiHl. bul how or whv
tuck around for so I i
.. -i i me Her Rnal efforts in his
late waiter Huston and is sup- rUrection inchjae her Intlma
posed to be a ditty about an old bk boss thai he is ure i
man. Perhaps there is some oso- Wpnk m(l dlahoneat, and her ad-
teric meaning- but I missed it. aalBBlon that then lack of children
Anvw.iy. it is an attractive, haunt- wfg not
rig song |,ave any. ag he Mpp ead, but be-
The settings of ihe lilm are cms.- -he dldnl want any Tnii
auihentie as it made iii Italy, anal aclmoarledavrnant la the last
and all the beauty of Naples and BtTaf ht cBmol'i o.> k.
leather with the wond< the long
of ivmpeii .*nid the inai:nnicenee auflerlng e Anal
if the Flore-nlinr buildings create J f......-1 altoa Crawford
a glorious netllng. Unfortunutel.i. .n. T od heavllj
the dialogue is very difficult to mi- own rhlle that ol Ml
WhoUici thai is due to COP |U
Uie sound track or to other condi- nil Aatneaa In all 11
time.. I do nut know, but 1 hope Uona However, if >
that the mamgement of the then- Cn wford fan. you'll probably
twean the latter and the title
the film, particularly as it is Intro- i
duced on a recording aung by the ^ .

eujoa-
<.liiliirrn"- Letter
ire will do what they can to rectify
the condition. All in all. Si ri EM
HER AFFAIR Is artistic and dra-
matic adult entertainment
11.uiiile Indemnily
DOUHI.K INDEMNITY, baaed ,nT (hildren.
on James tain's novel of the *"" B'a(l 3 rceetvc so many
some title, is a Itlm that has been l'"" from you during th. week,
knocking around for some years, ou' some of you havr been for-
but has only just reached Barba- getting my appeal to you to in-
dos. It is the story of an almost rlude \eur birthdates. Many of
S-rfeet crime, perpetrated in cold you cannot have your buthda.-
lood by an insurance salesman acknowledged in the Children's
and an avarldOUl woman with Comer l-'BUie you had never
whom ha falls in love, and who s,.llt ... vour birthdays. To avoid
is not particular as to the means ,his I nm making a special appeal
d whereby she can get rid of ,0 a|( members of the Leaaue to
her husband. Planning his "acci-
dantal death" a that the two of
Uiein can collect double miletnn-
ity. the action movis slowly at
llrst. but suspense and tension
ount after the crime has been
bnthdates whe
B.B.C. Radio Programme*
4 is p m M'liw Magana. .w
Sunday Half-tuni. A p ni Compune'i
Week. 5 t\ |. Dl I b
i m ravlUeai i
laugh. >>*' t "'. it oraen
ii m gajgi
. Haia
pin Trie New*. 7 10 pm Newi
On.. 7 15 p m Ciirlbbran Voice-.
T p.re Britain and World laaasllPII
. m Radio Nrwneel. 8 II p m. 8und.iV
Barvice. B p m Interlude. I.5S p '<
n Ihe Rdltoriali. Ipm Feallval '
Britain Farm and t*ac1orv CkHiIuih .
I N p ni ffamilierii Sereri.nli
10 p in The Nr-. In 10 p I
10 11 P m BrlU-h Choir. W 30 p m
Lntidon Forumi II pm C^amr Down
(sc raoumiwi
SUNI1AV. JUNE J. ISS1.
lo p m 10 15 p m Nawi.
10.15 pm 10*0 p ni Audirnr* Hall H-aT
II TB Mc. 5 51 M
ri'-ioN
WRl'l. I> Mc. WRLW II IS Mr.
V'KUX 17 75 M.
'KIMMl Jl St. I
II 15 mm. Proarr..mme P
a m Urteneri. fhonr. II 43
me-iwralth Bnrxe>. II 'noon
ll io p t<. Mem Ai.'i-H.
send In
next they Write 1 BO also wait-
ing for birthdates froni i
you especially who have asked to
bcoaer members of the league.
jommltted and mutual suiplcUm bui ," "", -vct received
assails the murderers. Added to Vour Mcmb.i:.hip lards on
this, and their fear ot rii .vi-i '' ""
e. the convicuon on Ihe part of No doubt man) "i you
the Insurance clalmg Manager the flu ides* Tnir yagtarday,
thai the "accident is DO .ictident bop* von had lotl "' fun I
at all .but ii premeditated murder generously to help so deserving a
to defraud the firm of a large sum cause, whether you are guides or
of nifrney, and the*- is a taut ,,(.
eon between him and the sales- And DOW, 1 MC frnm the large
man. Where UW manner rtUeWateg umbor Of entrants Who >r inler-
v. onwittingly. to the clUcd n ,nc Competilions that you
vary man who planned and com- cafer|v \Mlk forwaid to vour
nutted the crime Slmrt s ,,,tina i bopa thai
Frd MacMurray playi the port ,, (. ^JJ ,. ,.,,
of the insurance salesman and Kiiai
murderer .1 rule vatUj (Ufferanl ,".,:;"; '- 1u -.. 1M ,...,,,
the part -certainly not at llrst +<**? In wlUcn ,n"" "* how,
but his acting carries more eon- Clevat you are.
viction as the plot develops. ^o cheerio and heaps of fun
Barbara Stanwyck, as the hard. ove> the we.
brassy Mheming blonde, whose tllll.DWKNS EDITOR, j
Startling Pntirtiw
In \ Your Real Life Told Free

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enviable r. p
tn* Th-
ot hla prediction*
-nd the mm
praelleal ..a. i.
M IMM i
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Caakmere Bouquet Faee Powder
... 00 aelaeij innK>ih
... eelkaialy perfumed
. . rllnga aotily for hours
ad hours, thing you
thai natural >,>.:. look.
ACI POWOfg
F0" THAI NATUIAl VIVI0 LOOK


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Ihe ahio. ipeedile dorlop* into imUHinf
pimple* anJ open aurei unlria checked
I houwnd* of akin lufTcrer* bar* proved
that there norhlng more aara U> rnuiti
than ODD I'rrwnpti.xi I hi* f*nx>u>
liquid nasler au pentinu* (be lonuinl
in 1 mur 1 attaik the fetiertna |enn* and
linr uui dir int'. n.iit Whatever fnrni ol
akin trouble ta giving you pain and diitren
I ( ZBMA, PIORIAIIS. HO U.S.
HaUPTIONS. PltlCKl.V BBA1
MAI.AKIA iORliS or RINGWORM
ium a few applicauoni of
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relief P*r*evere. and rne food reauln
vili be laeung! IHH> 1'rea.nplloo I-
obtainable li.mi hrrmttl an.1 Corel
everywhere
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elkr. 3P pm TourUt Trophv Rnee* '"
ne lale .! Man. B * p in M
ie Ballet. p n. NllhU "I Hie Operi.
43 p.m. Programme I'arndi'
atus* p. " ' *
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BevtUea Oil he1
10 |i -
New. 7 10 p m Ne-' I
in. The Mvi.r ' Caata
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\
\ Rcctnth patkrd with d'-'i fruits produced in
;; one of the famous
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I A cood and varied l**jll ill soon be arrivinK
S -BARTI.F.TT PBABS, VII-LOlV CLING *
I; FBKISTONE ri \i BBS, Drihih riBAPES
; WbJta and rurpl.- APBICOTS, (.1 WAS
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o (Jl Al.ITV uncquallrd hv any other Brand
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and
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HELP FEMALES
TBQUBLE01HISWAY!
GtftlSv^ suffar Mmi from pariod.c famole
ailmanlt (barkocha, hoadaehc. boo.ing down pain*
or narvous. lania faalings tvvarol days before)
Mi
W0MEN&* to 52) who suffer hoi flushes;tirad,
irritable, strangely rtallett fealing* doe to 'chang*
Of lift'
rfr.it! About
This Amazirif; MerJIclfte!
. .iffmicilonalm ike you

nakr you feel i m
out al
days bef
Then start Uklng Lydia B.
Plnkha: V* Com-
pound to relieve such symp-
!. .Ha Pinkhjii: l
pnund oots tai-nt. than reUaee
raontUy female pain- I
relieves pre-perlml nervous
and cross irritable
rmotionaol iku nature. Vou
sr.- Plnkham'a Comi
works throuRh a wooun's
sympathetic nervous syai,m
to briiiR this wonderful
aoo'.tiln-1 >
Taken regularly. Plnkham's
Compound helps build up re-
!,Utance against such '
Hi- sure to give it a
lair trial, girls. See the dif-
ference this great medtchi-
may make in your life l Tastes
swell In a little fruit juice.'
Ii0 7: Or you may prefer LYDIA E PINKIIAM fl TABLETS
wit *ddedtron ey to -ake dandy to carry in your purse.
VEGETABLE COMPOUND
7Ht WOMAN'S ftttHD
PORTRAIT OF A WELL-GROOMED BRIDE
The Founder of This
Amazing Medicine
-.Id .lr, ff <
i haul a rui*dl iirM'd Ura _
. I in fm t urn ..
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PAGh IIA
SUNDA1 llnni \u
-I sll\V PIM
1*31
Gramaphone Scout (Jump
Concert At Visited
"WakefielcT
On Wednesday
A CR4.MAPI.one I'ONlIH
**- at inpui.i hi, v. iii u*
i .. cam .
"Wakelieid". on Wednesday eve-
ning at 5 o'clock
The pri.Bi-.nuiw a a> follow*
1 -Itosamundc l.j f
Dance of the Hour* bv Pcjichlclh.
Anas (Celeste Aids* Verdi (Vu
Bel Di Vedremo. b> Puccini. Con- than jug* of
Last Sun da) 8
. t, I 1 MMlfO the CO':
iR C) in Jcminof -
Lane where .t Patrol, under 'h^
Registering
Officers Ask
For More Pa)
i icmunCiaUon for let
qualitying l*' people, an Assistant Reg-
Warden's B-dgf. was well tied. Wo arrive^ aboui l1 -" '
to find ;t good Are gotnic Sd He s.ud (hat before IIM
busy cook, preparing a mid-dcv begat) Ihej had
meal, thai for it..
I -f SI PtftCk*l .He Ptfgfn. they would be
noted (or their huepltahtv -n-f """ eatltl This
UUl occasion *a no ggggpllnil. found tbfl work more l-.l*.i i;,>
nar had w entered laan had been anticipated and
inig lemonade b. tier compensation v there*
certo No. 2 in C Minor by Rgch- vei forthcoming We had 'ore desirable.
muiinofT. All are welcome to this * around and I was lmk*d A* a result they had sent a
Ncimc?'}n pleasantly surprised to find that petition lo me Island's Register-
1NE-YF.S.R-OI.D l>rov Allen. *<"" dehghllol little camp arta 1*1 Supervisor putting
the boy with the trumpet" existed there. The camp itself *..>. l - Ii wan now -bout five
ho reeenily broadcast over Re- "rl-v **"" '" **t and good UK Ihi i--.it...! had been
diffusion with the Canada Dry ** '""de of what available f<-' warded. said the Assistant
programme, was again outatand- *1uPnienl there we*. 1 do think. Office., but in reply had been
'lie Globe Theatre on Friday '" ** 'hat Scouts ovei 15 must reel *
night. He was guest star on Bu, :"> lo w mor* expert in then Tin.-, Assistant Officer pointed
l**al Talent Show.
Leroy played two tunes.
Although he was scarcely able lo
hold up the trumpet, lie brought
the crowd to then feet Another
a.-old Douglas Griffith
( the guest stars. Griffith
Was Talent Show winner on the
previous Friday nigh. He sang
"Why Do I Weep".
John Marshall, who sang "You
Are All 1 Need" was winner of the
Local Talent Show. Marshall was
oi well -.ccompanied as the or-
chestra was sot acquainted with
wus new hit. His singing was how-
"" -* *>** that th- crowd was
till able tu follow the tune
second prtM went .,, Brrol Bar
m-tt who sang "Maybe It's He-
um'". Baiuctt, who >mga in ih.
P iy Nunea style, was a crowo
p'eawr. He had the benefit of being
v ell accompanied bv the band
Clyde King with "Song of Songs"
Uas also very good and would have
been awarded a consolation orim
it there
A CAN! FIRE at Athford Plan-
tation. St John, on Fndav
night burnt two jnd a half acres
bf first crop canes. They an taw
properly of A. D. Elliott and were
Insured.
Another fire at Mangrove Ptan-
taticn. St Philip, burnt two and
three quarter acres of second crop
ripe canes, property of A Cameron
At Wa,ttnn Plantation. Chnd
Church. quantity ol ripe canes -
wore burnt. They are the prop- Co. Ltd. have
erty of (
sured
Scouting generally and especially OUI that even though a person may1!,
'I < amp where there should be refuat lo ragMar, he i still i(|
lots more gadgets to make camp BMuared to Rive his reasons.'
life as comfortable as possible. A These details had to be noted by '
very high standard is expected lo the Otlleer but it was work for |
h. maintained by Sanaa] B legl he got no compensation.
d Scouts < ver 15, especially "he work of ottering
those who are aspiring to tailed a great deal Of nbjhl work
King's Scout rank. Here is . he said, because of the l-it that
warning- from the Chief Scout, most people were at work durins-:
Lord ffowallan, who wrote thus the day and contact could not b
In the "Scouter" for Ui many until at night.
Ih, inth March I held a Preaen- One other complaint the officers
'Vremony jn the Hall of had. said ihis officer. w* that
the Royal Geographical lodetj i utien 200 King', Scouts from nil lotd to prepare one list each at
Country received their the conclusion of the registrations
Loyal Certificate* The Museum, tn. ) had Mum been asked to
withi Its relics of Captain Cook. ,, ,,, lrt mitQad.
i harle-i Darwin. Captain Scott, Takinv the,- thm, ,..tn PP I
ileno W-Uua-. K^--kPand ph. I 'iXideSS S.
>nJSSSr>r! V? " Knmi f!"" i'"^'" *t;ite of affairs
afterword, and r hope real in- , ,,.. ,. ,,,
apuaOea. (hie or two people .
: ftd a suspicion that tin-
nuality was not as high as it had
ii. There are always
the odd few who slip through
Ih,. mesh, but I do beg of you
all to try to maintain :
tlard we set uursclve* and inakr
the King's Scout Budge what it
..lil lie. the peak ol achieve-
ment in Scouting. We cannot
illowuncc* in thi* Badge."
"OPERATION CORK" Hi
The "Good Turn" is one of the of
main features in Scout Trainint: outbui ta, eonndenttaJ advic.
and a great opportunity has been I have urn walked around t
afforded the Scouts of Barbados uowii" h. aid Some people i
tn put that training into practl- mg -We love Mr. Coddant' I
Th0 Barbad.^, Bottling same saying \\
'ked us to assist ir .lb.,ut Mr. Reeee Then he t
quite
I're.it concern over the failure u;
i 11 hi the petition and
Mid that this was the general
fi.hng of ti agatataM o|
POLITICS RY
LAMPLIGHT
from page 3
s well versed in all the (rfc
itorj long pagaM
S. Evelyn and were in- " 'collecting their empty botUes ,|lf.Ml KI, ls p^n belwvad
.-.d ..** thnm.ghou, 'he. island MUl> jnri Mr ,t(.t4'^a
:>ften has to
lyde asia! ""'.'.T u" u" T*ai 'naners" he said
D which wu rarotli undtr- whlch " f 'SUon Cok.". ,*'?',' ,,',>, ,;.'":
join, p,|. , comUp1^ M"l m SU-Jlhrly,, .. "JJ1 Sj'STi!!"..
MUI open lo tramr. The repair, T^JT^i. ?"".'* .Tr?p Wit
Were slan.d ,rtf. Ih. nu visoM '' ""f "" P~rl> Imdiv Italn however Miywtcr'r
day morning and many people
gol supplier of water 1h*n.
BATAVIAN
FOR U.C.W.I.
"We aay that uien-
I men in Hie Labour l'..i l\ hi
orller this vear..........~"~" "Uck "'' ""' wWl reasonable **" on- "oul FUR Tlit' rtriTB> n.M* "C.ess. They ulso collected in arx)ul U1 'nal we m wutlesi.
the ,!,v ^^*V' ""4 "" "f" "" Thursday. er.*cd. dirty. The onl. u,,,,,, II,.,
CoooiTni,nJl *?.""/ 'V* " F'i<'> "nd Saturday the Com- J0"'' "f "! we are dead'
woanul c.mve. St. Jceph. *re lrmer0 Tixiop did Ihelr jood Thouh when I t.mk dek MM had
-TV!*!*"" Tlw temperature turn in. the Belleville. Haulm*- I" ' I" America I know a lot L
f" Sf**1^5 Fahrenheit in thu nd St. Iaiwrenef area" The tol- Ihem up there were praying Hint
*''* ls -'chp<,l,l,' 'or "ex! I should die. Praying lot 'in
"??* what sort of men are llicv '"
Monday and Tuesday. VMCA Hi. nral moled wu the cost of1
S?Pi ,._ living and iu relitlon to the price i
Fuday ai. S^uTday. C.U-d ,,7'duw^forXTgHT.
^,,n,K .., v,r srsSLW! "r^z*'
Scouts IS required from each troop. t(i,(,iit the starving w,-v.>.. .
,A Senior Lecturer In Morbif " dftriel u being J',' ,, ,' >"'""" "'" \'' "'
Analomy. Dr. c. Bras. M.D. an", laektod, t patrol, rnav !,,< !;;'"" ",n, ". ""' "" *"
a Senior Lecturer In Chemical needed and the Scoutmaster will 11.. ,._ ,, ,.,. ,
Pathology, Mr. L. VrW 11 Sc '< informed. The Scouts selected ,'" ,"l" ,n"c "' "" '""
*B CTTB., have been .ppe.lnted ald <~ prelerably Over 15. of ^T :;, ".'' ,":"." '.....
jo th Universilv College of the reasonable intelligence and capable """'" ',lii..,lii l,. ,,,. ,,,.,. -
West Indies. ol ,|m,o.lc people in 1 correel ' have to put the children In J
Dr. Bras was educalcl In the '"'""" Hs-n..Tiil,.-, Hie Filth T"1""" Lducation is th, ,.
University ., the Neihc" itid Scout Uw. only ll, |h.t u ,eo|.l, ,.. {
lndie. and l.ughl , the Medical WEST INDIAN JAMBOBBE I ,.,''?,,,!',',"1d'"',, '"" enl to tin. -
School at Salcmba Htaipllal JAMAK \_U12 miciopbonc. ..ftc- Mi Mottle]
Batavia. He .., priMmer "i The E-^ltVs. \^,TitL ,,h,d been genii, .udged ln., i...
war from IM2_II),5 T ','J, ., E,'""")' < "mmlltee have |,id hi., l l..| liuu knon UUl his
neiui. Malaya. Th.il.na u jlSlcito M^rrti iw n^c.v h. '" '"' "'""" A,ul ""te"1 '
,, a. the Medic.1 ,.,, ^IS^Z^U^l.ZuU " <* P"- ' '
expected. The cost Is going to \f flxed "' Mld. ""^e cost of Ilviug '
..was educated at high and the standard .,1 qtuulll- h""l" l"n nd rising.
" I for selection will accord- "*" lo wait a w^iole year Is fore \
in Bauvla.
s.,*^'. Wu* was educated
Victoria College, Mancheite
England. During In.
gBM with Its. 3ov,l a,- "I1'' " hlh "' **"'" who "W price is ned and wo nnlj W ^^ lumber Hardware >|
Medical Corp, i,. sSialeli^ "? ""nkl'u-- ol oaulilyliu. for <;. teh upiwh it I only hope, and \ cJ3 *^* DH1W Ba, Slreel. <
pTJolo., g\m l|rS?lU. SB** *okl at least t tol told Mr. Ik.ttomley n,. th.1 >............. \\ t
and Au'lr HoT l., ..',,J.oVi 5ai"' u" '"'lr ""P '" wnh ,. "Hi the price or British ,,!. .^'^W.w.w.'*.-,. .-,.-..-.-.,-.-..-.....-.-.....-.-* I .----_ ^m ^^m
men, haT bee,, U..1 of C.^1; " "> 'd something to- '" I" i--.ll we .,11 la- lsvhu,,l \'^^r'**W*^**M,.vw+MSSW,*swwA k W ^M
HUlologist t,, the Soulhnort ,n,l waids tho cost ,s< puuite which those falling prices." > \ i ; SkgK I Sg fag*
Onnsk.rk Hospital, Groun inI '""' ^ "' ""' "'"" "' !l''0 When he had nnMhed .peakmn J .' B jggL^ggtgB
Uncashlic 20O. Mr Fred" as he known. ! r __ ... $ fl>>aF ^BSsP
.............. ,.___IL. i .s #f win #v, eon /,.,,i iif/i ii ii if '
HI II IHV4.
climbed down from the lorVvTmi i If YOU Ve CO// Ivmnltlling
HFAPQUARTKKS NEWS mingled with the crowd Mom- >
The Executive Committee met apeakern went to the microphone, ff
uaraa time, during the month of 'inrt the meeting continued far Into
M > jitiiI (ha Finance Sub-Corn- the night.
i Iftaa hag, their first meeting on -------------------------------------------
Wednesday night 30th May. They in general. Scouting can be a
have been well attended and ven strong force for good in the
09 TotaajD Lawn members have shown o very keen conuiumitv, 4nd if thing* go
.ion has been interest m pushing things ahead, according] U plan its presence
affiliated to the Lawn Tnm* Oui plan, for mvrl..pmcnt and should soon be ver% ipoan
Association of r.nglnnrl. Mr Prank expansion are big but we need ui l.n-kle the n>b in true Scout
Koai is to be^Trinidad's represenU- the co-operaUon of .vi, member Spirit with sleeves up and a
of the Association and the Public cheerful .smile. T. A. H
;;
7'dad Lawn Tennis Asin
Affiliates With U.K.
'Bird..!,-. Ad*oc*W rnri'ipunilrhll
PORT-OF-SPA1N. May 30
The Trinidad ;
Tennis Asxocii
tlva in Londoi
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bur you wouldn't eipect fn>m them the performance S
which you gst from your Fordson van or Thamei Truck. To
ensure contiououi economical running from your Fordson, *<
use our specialised service facilitan. We supply spares and ;*
repain at low titr j pricts, and our Ford trained mechanics do
tl'-e work quickly and thoroughly. ^
H^tynut*,ihiIsmii 7aommi Tnuk,? W,cmMiyauMob**iMm,. \*
f
FOrdSOIV Mm* +7Kmme$Tn*dc*
CHARLES Mc ENEARNEY & CO. LTD.
we advise you lo secure your
material immediately.
WK CAN HRLP YOU WITH
24 GAUGE
GALVANISED (ORRKiATED
SHEETS
in the following sizes:
6/1. 7 ft. 8 It.. 9 ft-, 10 ft

TUT CENTRAL EMPORIUM
BROAD STREcT
WWW it I' ^wwv.-.voJvninM|||)ii|l||>
OUR ANNUAL
Its here again our Annual "B14> KALE". $76,000 of Merchandise alt Cut prices at th<
MODEL STOHfc, corner Tudor & Broad Street.
This year we have a greater variety pi stock to choose from, and for 10 day.-
Bridgetown shall be boom in* with Ch-
illi i
FREE OlrT FOR LAMB!
1 pair LaaVa hoea Valued
i $10.00 if $5000 or more is spent
Nai ApsiifBMr la aaaHveawi
Goods again.
READ CAREFULLY AND
COME TO THE
MODEL STORE .SALE. J
GIFT FOR GENTS li
S'.im.ii is i..-n:
I Case Jeffreys Beer
>l \KPll..M, |a S.lr.m.,,
TRINTSWashable and guaranteed fast.
Thousands of yds. from 55c. -'.8c. per yd.
FIGETTES Tiiik and Peach, from 41c
57c. per yd.
DOMESTIC 32 m* in width reduced to
lift, per yd.
FLOWERED LINENSusually over $1.00 yd.
Now BSc per yd
TAI'ESTRIESIn several beautiful shades.
36 ins in width. Now$J.37 pei yd.
INDIAN HEADin pink, peach and blue,
34 ins wide at 67c. per yd.
Heavy Quality CALICOat 60c per yd.
LINEN SHEETS70x90 at *4.M each.
Fine Itotled VOILESsuitable for children
evening dresses. Now $1 08 per yd.
SEER-SITKERSin most beautiful pa*tel
shades, and useful In uny department of
the home Now $1.28 per yd. j
LitklanduiK
0*1 of 64V).
PRINTED PERCALES
shades & patterns at- the V
OUR DRESS GOODS DF.PT.
Is to he replenished with some of the nuwi
taaoluaUni tobtica for the ihicnndnatc
shopper. Your visit to (hi) Dept. will he
fullv justlned.
CREI'l-S .v (Hill HI (HIM
vnnclv o( shade* at $1.29 per yd.
FLOWERED Ll'Xl'RY CREPE uiuble for
Evening W?ar Reduced to $1 DC per yd.
PRINTED SILKSof French Design at
$2 Tfl per .y|.
FLOWERED MORCAIN in '.0 beautiful
hades at SI.92 per yd
SPIN SILKS another d.iilv w.mted item.
Now 84(. and 97c. per vd.
Stock 5.000 yds. In 25 baautlfUl
LADIES FRENCH SETS" ?-->i'-.v Now
3!>R per set
Thio i-. your ehanre to ulu itn elean<
nid mi it. Man> more Iteaas not mentioned
SINGLE PETTICOATS-$2 57 each.
NIGHT DRESSES r,on. S3.I0-$J.48 each.
SILK P\NT1ESselling oul '
BRASSIEREStrom 93c. up.
MERCERISED COTTON PLAIDs wash-
able item, and ideal foi Work Shlltg.
KABE CREPES J. PRIN1ED ART -ill.
at 98c per >d
PI-ASTIC t'MBRELI_AK-at $1 6 RICKRACK BRAIDS ^,11 shades 2c. per vd.
EMBROIDERIES (White A Coloured)10c.
per yd.
SUIT CASESPrices cut in half.
GENTS TWEEDS
We are known for selling the cheapest
TWF.EDS in town.
PIN STRIPE SITTINGIn (4) shadi
wide at $3.80 per vd.
Pant* Com $5.23
Suit Cost $15.20.
I NGLDjH TROI'li \l v.i ;u:
CREAM FLANNELat $5 41 per vd.
GREV FLANNELat $2.80 per yd.
WHITE DRILLS St KHAKI from $1 If.
per yd.
0$ pairs LADIES SHOES will be aold V,-
at SIN & $ 3 97 per pair
The biggest gift to men will ba In our
Shirt Dept.
All our Shirts will he completely sold
at prices unable to bo replace!
SWIM SUITSror men. Now $1.75 and $2.75
each.
SOCKS3 p.i.rs for $100.
Imported TWEED CAPScut to $1.00.
BOTS SPORTS SHIRTSC for $1.00-
OBITS SPORTS SHIRTS-fror- 98c. onr
LADIES BELTSfrom 24r each.
SEVERAI, Cases of new goods will bo
di.iuiE Sale time all to be sold at
redjced
new merrhandlse at low price*Van gfca*M
In Store for yau
MODEL STORE
CORNER TUDOR & BROAD STS. Dial 3131
BMg.3 in.


SUNDAY JUNE 3. 1M1
SIN'DAV ADVOCATE
PACE ELEVEN
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
WCKEY MOUSE
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BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
irS OKAY -I FOUND
SOME BAN ANAS -
I CAN BAKH THE Pig
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t i JWH^\^HOWCANt^fFOR
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YOU V PAL TOOK sf HE
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BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
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A L|TTLE MG*0-0 CtVEe <.
AND Vr6rT TCLLUM -HSU. QfiT *>CU NTBPC^TED
J n6 TSAVEL& AND vOJ'LL SOON
FOOOBT VOUQ ,
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' <*7 MUCH 6A*PUtTHY-
WAYBE H6l_L PCALIZE
L_ MX I FEEL
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OH .JIST TH U9UH. ...auri&D
SP6*:> LA9T ttEfiK WITH
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P SHE KEAU.V
BY ^ALEX RAYMOND,
H&K ..THATSHVUTrtGJKL IVMOA1HVS
THE PHANTOM
LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
THE BETS OfF? j'lTALKEDTKEM
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wnyxjoo.
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HAVETAUEDl. BANAiTSALL
'AST.
hwwndekfuly all '1ou ve got
that nightmares to wxbyabcutl
oveb'ican / isswiwmin&
habbw believe/the chaknel"
t/ .,-Waw That's plenty
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* BC PHANTOM THINKS Its ML'.
are m weirr knw ucef
THAT BO/ WEND c* hebs made me
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the 6i*
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Gordons
Stands* Sup'i&mji
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPEGAL offers to ail Cash and Credit customers for Monday to Wednesday only
Pkgs. Kardomah Tea i
Pkgs. Moirs Chocolates
Bars Blue Soap 2 Bars
Usually Now Usually Now
39 SS RICE 4 pts. 28
10 ,.... I Tins Cooking Butter 1 lb. 86 B:i
108 l Tins Klim 1 lb. 148 IM
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
A CATERPIULAR TRACTOR IS THE SOUNDEST
INVESTMENT FOR THE SUGAR PLANTER
? RELIABLE
? POWERFUL
? ECONOMICAL
? VERSATILE
? LONG LIFE
? ASSURED PARTS SERVICE
YOUR CATERPIHAR DEALER
IS
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SERVICE LIMITED
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radlanl In hard** walarl than
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PACK TWELVE
LMiAl ADVOCATE
-I NDAY, " sl 1MI
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TlLEPHONl 1UI
Hirthi. Mamaf* or Enguvmaal
vtouKi'i in i.nb Calllne tha
.'lars* niv f.i an, lumber of word*
up ts H and 6 (ml. per word lor act
, .Idtlio:-1 word Tfrmi rash Plv.rte EUR
between S30 and t pin 3111 for Dealt
Metiers onl. afl*f 4
111 KTOs
Family BTatcfiill. ... .. ..ledae Ih,
anou* Hprnuom of atanpathy tan
dared her and Hunk alt who attended
the futirr-i B3*M -if-lM or In ai
oihrr )> rennered aaMrtance on II
(Mid
"P..
Thomhury Hill. Ct\ Ch.
bar. Cultac
3 SIIn
i RAM.LIR The (Handler*- Family be*
m to rHurn Ihs'iMs
to all tho kind (Mends who MM
w.e..lh.. WtWn of '"iKInUiur or in fwti
recent i*rn.ii mi cauacd 3
of Ruin Bjlsanoi chandler
i INNliftn The family of Ihe latr
Daphne lone Pinneiro, !-..
witi. de-pest *ppruliim. all tho-e a, Mo
attended thr tunmljwii r*aUw. let-
ters of nniiuihv and for the many
eta of kindns-a* randartd ihem in then
lli latr Mm
. ihantts to all
lor atteftclitiB the f ineral, and (or
wrem.t rard* t..i inter, a
C larenrc Rnvaxle M, A Mi. Wllltairi
.> 'kmii
IN MEMOKIAM
MUIIAIJ ..,,* memory of mi
deer beloved huabond Charles Conrade
Marshall. who departed Ihli 111* on
My " 1M*
Thru yean have paurd imor thai >ad
d*r
Whet
thr
rawpeeted
E*\ei lo be (emetnbned by
Dorothy Marsha,i larif*-! i.-rtis Marsha
mother*. I *ani..... Dffl
Mbrptad (Mil 3 31-1.
MlaESln lovlna man
infr and mothar F.
who - laid to real
B-.-n br th> rain
Coda way la beat.
Thou art In his at
Prtdk Wm Mil- IhW*
Mitchell Ifta)
crlMfc i
Aletlr. Nile
FOII .SALE
nfi S^n-lav* 34 loo.d. >
I 3 Cfi.li a urd .... .
.... .*....dj.
AUTOMOTIVE
> I.. Mali St
tfc lat; i ,
ram N<> ..
i (Mii.->i <;;.

CAHS IB30 Morris Minor Saloon
uno mitaa IMS Wulaelry 14 Salooi
O.ooo mllaa Ford Va 1141 Tourer
..it Hi,..il Oarage Trlrphoor 4 01
.& SIId.
I 1347 Fr
MT, mllrai* 30.0M
WoaUnoroland. t1
3.91 -ti
MOTtlRCVClX Vri.
cycle L.E Modal. 14S c.
l Dial SUM.
.:
pimn -> FOH HEAT
lad 3130
I par ^ala Mar ..*
fa prr ooair liar <
charaa 31 ' >
NOTICE
"Apfatt ..t-,1. fo> .
rl thr St
"..harl. Olfta1 awMMl, rill h
b> tha undaralfnad I
H-' th Jun3 I3l
ha d.vifMrr. a|
prnahlonaas In iWalWnad cirrto.iainr-r.
and muai be > r.
lhan iwalv. n,t jl:
HOUSES

Vird. Vacant Dial Sill
IffSI
A tiiln
With an >npl"Mii Imn. oliUlned
th Parochial Trrmauwi-t Ofrlea
Tha roti'iirr aaainlnation .hi nc M
at tha St Mi.Il i otrla' drhooi (
Sat>tfda> Iflth Jun* 161 al til ^ .
P W S3COTT.
i-l.il. T.. th.- -
3M. Philip
30 S3
*fl
lfl AU3Uftl.ll RAI. AIU1 ACT. ItM
T-t tha creditor* holdinf apaeialtv item
-l.i.' MAVNAD3 Pfanllti- i
TAKE NOTICE that T I
owner or th. above named plantation.
.. lr.,1., of *4.0BU
under Ihe provision of the above Act.
.BMlmt the Bufc-ar. UoUaaea and othet
rtopa of Ihe ..Id plantation lo D* reaped
in lai 53
>v haa yet been borrowed
. If.st the laid empa
Dated this 3011. d..y l Ma,- IfUl
T E. rfiHHfv
.. it-a,
VAN!I New Mortis CowVry j Tp
J ID rwl Vans Last chance at old
price" Morris t flaloon and Two Dooi
Minor *UiIomi* all on hand tor imuo-u
tfrtd dai.veiv
For! KoabI GarBir Lid.
Telephona *** J*'. r'-ln
POULTRY
HOP While Lcihorna. New
a. Rhode liL-.nda. Plymoutn
hlle and BUck (Slants l t
rk> old rrr.m USA Oordn-i
(ilaumaui. CWlUtullon Hd
3D 3 13n
ELECTRICAL
n-Aawtl.iaHTS 4k BATTXPIF.s T- .
fell riaahiifhtf with larf* (iK-iiuing He-
fr-rtari tl.*1 aa Three call at 11 M each
I', illfhl. whirl, clip into your pockel
l.ke a PanOnly |1 03
At Co.
O W Hii>
I'JJ-KiarEtlATO* -Crossl*
rood worklnf ordrr. ver<
MECHANICAL
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
CELKHRATION Of TIIK BIRTH
DAY OK HIS MAJESTY
TIIK UNO
A -!. :.'..t!..! Paradr will lx
' < Id on the (fiitrisun Savunruih !
B .m. on Thursday, the '.th .>f
JufW. in hunmii of thr hii iiui i> ol
a Km*t. Dtlach-
Krcimcut
UW Il3ib.iilui i'uliic Fiimc mill th.'
ii.iiLi.ui...' ( itdiii O i)' will tak*
P-.r!. inul :h* siilulc will be taken
L in. Bxc11enc> tiu Oovfmwr
3.6.512H.
Applications ar UtVltOd lur the
vacant post of LiBbout CMnmls-
klontu, St. Vincent.
The poil i: lonabldj find
i .ill ic.. ., ... ..i i h i -.. ..I-
U2.4U" n $120 si.Bttu per annun
.i:h TTaiuport Allowance of $514
ptjr iimniMi and Coat of LlTinj
Allowance of $253.6 or ot such rate us may from time
to time be prescribed. Quarters
..re not provided.
The !3polntinnt will be on pro-
bation for two years in the lirsi
uiBtance. In other respects it will
be subject to Colonial Retaliations
and local General Order*. Free
Intt class passant.-, will be pro-
vided on first appointment for lb
officer and family not exceeding
live persons in all.
The officer selected will be
quired to ensure the proper ad-
ministration of all laws relating
to labour matters, to submit
recommendations regard) ng th.
conditions of employment >
l.ibo.trt is, to il>Nl with all depute
netween labourers and employ,
and to perform any other duties
that may be allotted to him fro-
time to time.
The successful candidate will b-
required to pass a medical ex
amination Me will be subject to
taxation in accordance wtth loral
legislation.
Applications should be addressee
lo the Administrator of St. Vimeti'
to reach him not later than 30th
June. IDS I Certified opl*B *
testimonials should be submitted
2 t; 51 in
F. C.PRESCOD&Co.
CONTRACTORS
M. il. i n lluililui -
r:\Qluslvc I>elan>
I \pcrt \lorkmanhip
-IIIjI ^0B-
I'SFD & MINT STAMPS
of the Hntish West Indies.
At the Caribbean stamp
Sorirt>. No lit. Swan Si
NOTICE
AD Cn
Dm
i pi res. and
prison* wishing io qualify
as Umpires, are invited to
attend a meeting at tho
Chollenor Stand on Monday,
June 4th at 5 p.m.
THE BARBADOS CUCKBT
ASSOCIATION. INC.
BIC'VCIJ; One Ladies Haleii
M.idel Hood condition Owna
!!. i.d Price tSO 00 or Mean
Telephone OSII III pie*-on-Sea
MISCELLANEOUS
ANTIfJUrs Ot cverv deacnption
files. China, old Jewali, An Silver
Walei-oLiurs Early hooka. Maps.
Autoitrapin etc. Bl CJoTrinfcs Antiyin-
hop. adjoining Royal Yacht Club
3 B 30t f n
NOTICE
ApphcatMni lor one or moc- varanl
*li Mirhaali Ve*trT r.hihin.
rison Cnllec will be ir.^ivr.l M Tn--
tierlt of ihr Vaatry up t.. l.
TLeada. the 13th da- ol June IMI
in.i.t be tha anna of par-
ishioner, in siiiiiiei.rd rlrctimatanrea and
mi..i be iHim b-tw.n, ihe 30th Sept.-in-
I tha j-th M....I. laaa m m
proved by | TUptis
ii.ual accompnny th.
Fnrtna til Appllca
from the Vcatry Cl.rk'a Office
By Order.
E C REDMAN.
Clerk, St Min |
1 il-*n
FIAT Hi Furnished rial al Dui.de,
m Lawrence rj.p. Suiiabl* tor 1 onlt
.nl Appl,
o. Phona Mtw :. M if,
FlRMKHEp 3T-kT, Pavl
Available for appro*irr*tri>
Van tth July Phono jm
* 3 V In
ii na rani* H.,i , ,,.,..,. lM
i .odeen Kefnaeratn, Ne- 1. palhtad With
;""-"lable PtmtiMre Brodahaw , C
I hone ftrj gjj, ^
TO ><3U|
Tom. UK Catllew.-.h fr the
I " Dial 4(H or 4114.
__________________________________ "Sl *"
--WRENaoOL'KT' I'aim Beach, llaa|.
Jnaa. Cool. OiniforUMe. t fa, nnp-
l"*. Near the Se... open %erandah*.
.ions, n.ii.k nd dining room.. 3
beclrooma. kltrh-netm. pan try. lollets
and bath, runnlni water and alectriclly
aaiai.. aim enrlow-d yard Available
from Jane l-l AppK: C E Clarke. J
Swan SSiret rw;,| H3I or 13*.
an s si-Tn
NOTICE
votice w iieredv oiven
th. n i.hikii, ol tha .
0* St aeet-BW lo r.u- to be ,,
li.to the Me ,.e of Aaar i.l. ( -
v, |
I Pan ah
,MU|. S
: Wand
red ,
B .
Dated th.- l.i n.i- e(| J i., iMi
CAKRINOTON A. SF_ALY
Solkllor. to thr Vr.tr.
MUhwoi
NOTICE
'TICK IS HKrtKIIY OIVIN lh,.l It .
UH Comrril-lonera raf
or the Parish ot at Oa.rit
be introduced Into the H..uar
* of fhu laUlid n Ullt to
a,i ma the Hid>>'.'>! Act, ISOO to reduce
Ihe amount of ComrTHaalon payable to
1ha Parorhul Tremum under taection
4* thereof from st per eant to four
Dated this lot da, of Jure I0S1
CAKHINOTON a. S&AI.Y
oliiltnrt l.i Ihe Mid Com ml t Holier t
IBM ;t.(
i saii;
im in ii SALVS
r.-ul SIJO on f*-dai,f.
par opera line on ucc*-da*
r pe. opctc tiae on SiiasUivi
karpe fl. SO on taaeM-dap.
REAL ESTATE
nt'ILDCVO:
New wooden buHdlna
mm-M j reet witn floor built lectlnnall)
-iniivji Shingle roof l
nuttai window* fhiitable Rimple roti-
JWBJM into three Tenantry houac*
Fuiiher paMicular*. Dial iT4
I S31-3n
ai'MJAlX>WOne newly built BulUu
at Billion. Croaa Road. Ii I
ral stone, and hai a sah.i
laiaae. Lavatory
A Seoti. Maaaj
l*l-3n
CAR PARTS |4 m m Kpaii
Ci'ir.ol. icaihre. UtaeMtn
many other llama. Rnuli
. Tyre IV Phone 3SSU
k Pli.B.
at lh.

ft 19 04: - ft SSJat; s fl an ft tT.M
fl BB4 Mail c -' Bettei
IIAHNf.-i A io. |.TI)
4.1 3 t f ii
MUHCINES PliOM FIlANf*: VAN]
I0NE t-blU. lor Hepatic li.iun-.nrn.>
ah || liver, IHaoepsUi, Constlpallo
tal InteMlnal troubles VAN 111 i'.
aiiv.liitad. lo. InlanU .nd .lul.li..
Iii'V. lii'ifTU'leniv, Cnillvenea- Hi
Ev'I'IfOKVAL granuUted. for Infan
and children Di||etive dlaturtNiiHt
Voi.iltlnB. etc
SALICYIATE tablala, for At i
III.iinr rbeiiiialitni. Chronic rhetimi
i Ml", Rheumatoid pa'". G""'
A.lhrlll. etc
i laboratories ANA. FRANCE. Ol:
inable at LKADSNd Dmuiiu
I 31 3l
IIAIS1NB 4ilr per
ll> old Split Peas
13 Tudor St.o-t III
STEltLIMJ SILVER Lunch Knlvn
Specimen Vaaa. Card Case. Old l-.dle
i..n-t Plato Forks Spoons, etc Team'
Snani Bowl O. It Crawford. Rockle'
Terrace Phone BEH 3 8 5l-lli
till NtlON II MRU)BI -si n-
Two barsalnfl. One rum Machliiflcf
FaVO Mnhlne. ..he new Cold W
IM UlUni AS tkimple lot of Ladlt
II.I.SS '.IU>1'
lutlful hmdlei
,H, RHOAJiWA^
1*31 Ji
YACHT Z3-fool MoloKeallal, DWa
marina enflna. aaally handled by ..
BMBSM 1-... hm cruised Intrr-talaod *ij
three aboard; all acreawrlri Teleph^i
^4I > a 31 .3
(iOYEKNMEM NflKI
DKI'ARTMKNT OF CDl'CATION
s in iiivite.i fron
other suitably quali
for the foil w.i;
Application
.
lied peisoiis
Ml-
St OUH< Girls*
Hculnh oiiw
St. Martin's Gills'
St Mattings' (Jills'
Shrewsbury Hoys' (men onlyi
2 The minimum qualiln-.itio
for entry to the Wau h Inj
,s a School Certirtcate.
3. Applications must be submit-
led on [he appropriate forms (K. 3
(b) for men ami K. 35 (ci fo-
women) wlmh n
'rom the DcpBrtmcnt of BducaUOn
Nil Mndlftnltai who tMVf) .th...it-
.ubmktted one ot these forms i.
espcci of previous vacancie
now iill.-d) may apply by tOtH
u.oiiMi.inied by a receiu tcsli
4. Any cachcr who applies to
oo the tafl "i .inoihi-
,inI inform his or he'
'.<:: I ':..n i.il. ! ',...
.ud the Head Teacher of an ap-
lication for such a transfer
5. All applications must be en-
losed in envelopes marked "Aa-
,iiliilmeiit. Hoard' In Ihe top lef
ii nd corner and must reach thr
'>cpartnicnt of KVIucation b:
!)th June. 1951 Caa-
i.l-ir are warned that ranvaas-
u: will disqualify
:
3R.SI In
NOTICE
hereby bra to noiilr Ftil._.
Cuilomara and lha Oanaral fMbii* that
BM plat-er of huilneaa will be cln^d froi
Monday 4th until Monday IBih in.i
A I. WA1THK.
IB. Hlah Slieel
1 91In
H IIOS 4 IV II Sll(\ II I
ASrtOCIATION
An Bubotflinate BawployaM of in
.anou. UOU Orpl'- ..re nked i
Ii .> Th'. for eboo with a flaaall Dep.,.,1
and Eaay Terms A iMNrablr SfM'
Spa.loua Cotlaar i3 IMro n.a |Jr>,
- I with Bailn, at Ch Ch Main Rd
Near oiitini. Varj Good Condition and
Location. Modern Con van lei'COi. Via* ,
-.-a. So-cioui Yard an. loaed with Sto -
BlMHil S.dSd tq fl Vacant. C Me for
l-irc First Class CH. Stonewall hu>i
la Premlac- Ar Resldenc- Cah-r.i/.
Roof. No Distance from Ihihid St l.irm
GaJ
I Partly I
. .'oaed, Very Good Condition. Modern
I C'lnvriUrncei, about 4 000 -o. ft VasaaL
Ycmra for the N*ar*~M Offer to EIJBO.
3T..rtraa if Hoqulied A Cinch to Clinch
A Stipe- rie [.,,. , sparb>
Conamicted I tledroom Stnneunll Runa.-
low. Good ni New. Bkrlualve K- -identl.i
III) AIIOMI
nrt kmii) a ftMIIHa SCHOOL
PA.VHa TOWN IAMAKA II W I
TWO ASSISTANT MA STUBS *. A
fiadnata in Enatllah. :|n Hirlorv '
Ouarathy aa subaidi .dual* In Matheti^tic.. wilt, rretsn
Latin aa aubaadiary aub)ecte To
unta duuaa aai lat Beptaanber 1*31
ary IIBlal < 3O-30B a S3-3M
. plus marriage aliow-mre C3i p a .
and -rvKe allowance accordind ka
arvtaa ApaJ* In own hand writ ma*.
f. .mm taotimonial* to-
The Sarratary.
r*rKFi)RD a SMITH'S SCHOOL,
BpanUh Town. Jamaka. B W I
NOTICE
(IIRI-I CHI acB OlElv
rot VOAtlUN B4.MOOI
VACANT l HOLASUINir
Tharr la a vataasl Fnwndabon nchol-
anhip t'nble at Ihe ChrtM Ch.ii:n
Cull *. 1I..,n Hchonl Appln ..:
ni'iat be children of Pacer.t- raatdi.it l"
lha Partsh and who are in etraitenrd
cin-umatanrei. Tha applKant br
DM
.....
ear. .,i uie da> .'
Baaanuiation. which will br hold al the
Gtrla- Foundatlbci Brhool on FridA..
July 8th -t SO am by the Head
faVawaaf
, Far* of application which ran ba
ol.taifd from the Secretary W H
Kfltoa, iu,
Mxh. i muat ba ratuinad to tha Sacra
luBrlhei ..'ti
Knd JoraS, 1931,
MBS
W H ANTROBVS.
*t-ui, u> Gov Body
Chn-' '' .rrh Oirta' FoundaUun Scl.1
>. Bl- Sn
mmm ma SHIPPING NOTICES
C.IKLS' FOINDATIO.N SCH04.I
ENTHA.Sir rXASINATlUN l'*l
There n.ll be , rrhtay. 8th July at t 30 a n I
O.itf *h.. ire -licaily riahi PaM
hot oldar lhan .waive on lha date .'
|>ki iiiation
Apt.lkallona mutt be rradr on a Form
Abialnabla at the School .-.nd muU be
axompanled by a Birth..Baptismal Cn
tlleate and a teatlrnonial ol Good Coi.d... t
from Ihe Last school Ol attendant'
itoi^n dale lor raillamg application
Will ba htsay, atnd June
Can.I..1..Irs are asked to be punctual
ai- Parenla.auardla.il are requested to
Move lha School .Premise* by I S I i
on tha data of examination, as accom-
modation cannot ba provided
| U
ALEXANDRA SCHOOL
BNTRANCB EXAMINATION
1 The eaamluallon for antrancW IB
teptrenber 1341 ,< well SI
arahlps ..nd Ve.trv Eanll.ltiona will ba
hald from SM a.m lo 4 p m on Friday'
July 8th for all randW.les ho -ere
Ml over on 1st Mar.n laai
and on Baturdav. Tin for YOUNGER
CANDIDATES. No i.ppllcanta who war*
over 13 yean on l-t Match 16*1. will .be.
accrplad.
1. Parents and BUBfd'ans win. i>h
tlatlr d..i.arM>r* or wardl to ill tnlt.
asaminalion and havr not already Bllcd,
In .iiuutition form) are advwd to
obuln them from tha Arllna Head-
n ulr.n aa aoon aa possible These lorrr..
muai ba returned not laler lhan Monday,
Snd July and muat be accompanied by a
birth or baptismal certificate and a short
tertimonl-l from the Head of tha achool
Bha hai last attondad. statins her .-.
profT
GAZETTE NOTICE
The TrafHe Parade) Rrculatlans 1"1
Tho Governor m Executive
Comrrittee .n exercisi
powers conferred on him under
recti. n 37 (2l of the Police Act,
1908. heieby makes the I
regulations :
1. These Regulationr may be
cited as the Traffic (Mini's Buth-
i.ay Parade) Re*ulations. IBM.
2. The Garrison Road (that It,
the road around 0M
Savannah) shall he one-way to
all vehicular tiafflc between the
hours of 7.00 a.m. and 10.00 em
on the 7th aay of June. 1951.
3. Between the hours of 7.00
a.m. and 10.00 a.m. on the ?lh day
of June. 1951
(1 | the driver or rider of any
vehicle when entering the
Garrison Road from the
north m Schmidt Gate,
Dayrells Road or Hastings
Road shall keep the Savan-
nah on his right;
(2) the driver or rid?r of any
vehicle proceed inn to the
Savannah by way of Bay
Street, shall proceed up
Bush Hill and keep the
Savannah on his right;
i 3i the driver of a vehicle con-
veying persons to the Par-
ade, may park the vehicle
on the Snvannnh under the
direction of trie Police;
(4) the driver or rider of any
vehicle when leaving the
Savannah shall keep it on
his right.
Made by the Gc.-ernor-in-Exe-
eutive Committee this thuty-lhst
day of May, one thousand nine
hundred and fifty-one.
By Command,
J. C. KING.
Cleik, Executive Committee.
3.6.512n
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
b- f> Ull.h'd in the Advocate ne-
on Wedneiluy. ISth July
4. Parent* or tuardlane of Mt
candidate! will be Interviewed
achool on Saturday, 31st July at
P .p.
For R'enl
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION
Upstairs PREMISES
No. S3 SWAN ST.
Lights, Water & Other
Conveniences.
Also No. 6 SWAN ST
Upstairs Premises
i m v\i linos.
Dial 3466.
Mi-slinif nl Dim
Ml
fcilmdav tth in.i a| I JO pin ahnr|
AGENDA
Ba-CoM-of.Living Allowances e*
. ,
A E 1.KW1S.
SeCT'laiv .,1 D1
Mill llli.H \
. Petei
:, K
TAKE NOTICE! t
the above Plantation am abut I ..I,t i|n
n loan ol CEOOO under lha pmvialons of
Ine above All nuain^t lha ."I I
in respect of lha Afi Irultui nl year IS31 lo
USJ
No money haa been borrowed undei tha
Afrlcultural Aid. Act. IBOS. or Ihe above
Act In raipert of an.h vear
Dalad tins Snd day of June. 19S1
Haymans Factory Ltd.
I is. .- |
r a hvn< m
aa.si an AUatasar
OLD IIARRISOMAN SOCIETY
Annual Cionaeal Mrrtlna Friday June
lilh 3 p m at Hanlson Collefle
AGENDA
I Mlnutaa.
I Secretary*. Report and Fliiancl .!
Rtiitement
J Klr.lion of Officers
4 OH Dinner
5 Gereial thi-inr..
S (;TTTT-NS
WAATfim
PART ONE ORDERS
By
. i C0l J Connell. ORE .ED,
Commandlna.
The Bail*.!... Reiment
BaMW, KIHht Ol Way to Sea. about 4 mile, j -
i - .-, QOfi | IraSHd d LO* M* 1
Call |mi i, KOarh Anything in Real i
RVIntc^ond Almmit Anywhere ftalSJBina
laatlgasaB i
i Bough". Hast 11
D F
1.AND: I0.OM aq ft of Lain
'illaac. St James, an r.rellenl
imldma Apply I, M Clarke.
I'\HAII> Dr.
Maikei-
Advance
Parade In pontlon
Commandant Local Fori-a*
lir... Normal All lank, who are
The i.'iiialndrr will wear medal nbi
liihday Parade
Parade
:
allow Ihem In
will waor thei
All
i AND- Several a pot* of lend al Rel '
rnOM Road, ranalna fiom 5.000 to B.UO0
->, It. Thr^e .pot. open onto Brim on I
R.uid. imn Avenue and 11th Avenue
* "v reach of Ihe ri'y and
choola.
At Poaeon'i r.i ova- 14.000 *q it.
Enouah for a Bond alced ho-.se and a
k.tchrn (ardan Water well already
ilua Anpl. to DAn] A. Volt. Mj. I
tine Lone- I t.51 In
i nta
' Reaimental i leadqiiartrrs at 0100 hnura on Thumdi
, nirt>ida\ Parade Maikeis will be railed fur al 01
ler* will have half an hour In which to form up Uh
v .lie them italleal on Ihe rijhl and shorten on Ihe lefti and Inspect thei
volunteer who Is checked by hi. Co* Commander a* beina dirty will bc
take part In the paiadr.
after for aale bv B
i i iii.ii al m. office, Victoria Street .
PR1DAV Sth at 3 p m AI.I TH/
i I RTAJM alaai or parcel of land 13 <
l-rrho. In HIT* VII.I.AOF ON "
ST JAMES with Ihe double r.-.i.
hi i.ae and usual oul-oi'W-,
aim a well filled shop nttarried F
inipeeilan apply to Mr*, Cotumorr
IN pienu-es. Condi I Ion- of aale In
II Alt': iir.it M.KENZIK
D'al 7*41 3 B 31-4,
"Bur. I Tunics. Shorts, Cap'. SI). Ram Ilrou.. Belt.
PWWIOB, Ho-elop. ft BooU
Oikrr Rank. Shut.. Shorl.. Berel.. noil. A Flo., ShoM
A Bool*
The Raf bad-. Keilmeni Drum a life : Full Draw
All rank, who are In powaaOon of medals will wear them '
waor medal ribbon*
('fitter, atieii.ima SB .pertaloi. will not wear P*N
A Sword., Short
Putirc. Ilosetop*
medal* should I
CAMr^ W,L' "H N PAHADE ON THVUSJDAY I4T1I JUNE. 1*51
The Annual Camp itarta on Friday 13 J.m SI. All tanks should report to St
Ann- l.t with then k,t at 10*0 hour, on 13 Jun 31. Volunteer, who have no!
name* for Camp and are able to altend should do
' u.ll be accepted after this data. Volun-
- rlothlna and equipment
.nl.milted ....
.'. Tlun-day 1 Jun I .
illrndlna camp ahoitM buna .
sued to them, wa.hina and
If-aini
i kit. i
raia, balhlna trunk.. *nlf.
That comfortable tonawall houw
called "Mnr*in" altuala al Maawell. Ii
rotslst. of open Verandah, drawin. and
du ma mnni. 1 bedrooma. kitchenette
< .'iv.m. room, and atand
. "-. -<\ 11 ..I land It I. l.i-.I'
ilvdcd with Ireea. and la set In oft th.'
ii-- - i road. Plica attractive I'm .
'i.i i.-ii.iulins ,,|ipl. i.i DArcy A
1 31 -3n ,
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orderly Sarieant
hen fer di.lv
Orderly Officer
Orderly Seiieanl
Lleui P L C
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M. L, D SKEvVES.COX, Major.
SOI. F A Adiiitant,
The Uaiuad... Ream
' M- I 11 .....II'
AUCTION
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nd baa spar*, boom, eaff. balatice; ial1.
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fast from 10.00 a.m. to 12 (noon) Daily,
except on Saturdays when we close for
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IIKAI. l-STATi;
"Thi- one in John M. Bladon's htlng look* as though It might
tint us. Wo had bettor call and have s chat with hint aa I know
from hi* reputation he will give us all the help he can and in anT
case he usually has for sale everything worth having."
JOHN M. BLADON
A.F.H F.V.A.
Plantations Building
NYLON
MISCEU.ANEOrS
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ar of Cl^-.hea. Dlshe. Painted
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tvar pn.*ni. Pharmacy
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Sl'NDA. MM :!. 1831
si NOW \IAOl All
i" m.i 11111:T i i \"
THE RARBADOS MITIAI I IFF \SSIRWIF SOfim.
I\( I I.I.KNT I'KIH.IIFNS RFPORTKI) BV TIM: X1K 1ITY.
At'TlMtY ATTENDfl BP1 c I M. MEETING
The
Changes In R.R.C.
Programme
Schedules
Kflirclivp :trd June
Mil be lank
'
QMral Overseas
' ihese being the
'' SIOJ.v ------- ---------------------
In the interests of national econ- ASSEMBLY OF GOD cliurrh in F*<';">. MH" Crwiiiman. Mrssi..
May. Ttiere will be n-j earlv Barbados it a nourishing organisa- H- c Sealv. Vice-Chairman, c. W. Hanus. Tlie Actuary':
j 0iru sm u^B area and i^",lh,21,c,hurches ana a mem- Ince, s. II Kinch. H. A. C. Thoa^liriendaUon was that, r.l this
thr BBC will nt-t come oil tne air ^trlp^' 'J00- B A- vi.uuwrhcad, D, A. Lucie- Iamount of $1,430,004 the sum oi
4 15 urn. whan UK MiiTi*lTSj*ffi9?,Jt?_."b?l,t ST'.1" (DWMon). E. N. Pelham. il.309.I8O be paid as... 2'. pa*
Faiths
Barbadians
Live By-15
The United Pentecostal
Church
THE UNITED PENTECOSTAL ""'
:v-econd Quinquennia] Meeting of the I
.'. Bcdcwltta Pi!
Wedneday Mb May at which the Soc.etj- \
. F I A. was present.
Pcla
The
fallowing PellcThoMers W5.11I j.i.l out ... Interim IViuua
.tleiidance: Hon. C, B. during the period and the Ml-mr
remained 1,430.
j; te-L. ---- ----------- II Bag JJf JSi 4iHue* diiiwuii *a| ^ a ."...v..
Lrr^Ss^rs^ IllSKgnTs,.
I- It holds that all followers of H',. '' *'**"' H ^^ br "0tWl th>t v
*! Christ should he um-P,, ,^ ...... f* O. btoulr. A .^ I rnprrv W, R. (Td ItttttNTV on
<'s which wr '
recently will continue
on the 19, 25 and 31 metre band'. uth
The GO.S. will also cease trail'- It hold, that oil foil
mittlng at 11.00 pm, so that Christ should be united
those who used to tune in to faith, and th.n in order to be
ii> North America at Christian, one should return to the
that time will no longer i>e *,uie "'"leco-Tai church. That is. thev
to do
A few programmes have ulso
changed times and among their
re the following; J. b. Priestley's
talks which used to u.-
on the air on Sundays will now
f>n Fridays ui 10.15 p.m.
No 5 of the seriesthere are six
Uiiks in all -will be I
I
on The Human Body'
North America on leottddjl will
be heard on Thursdays al adherent
6.00 p.m. "Twenty Questions",
which was heard on Tuesdays as Supervisor of the Church I:
an nlt.-i i, iiiv. to -West Indian D- Marshall.
Will now be given J' wa^, about 1914 that Churche
Wednetdaj at the same UBm "' t'm.Uar .U,ith WeT0 artl
, g-***. but some years ai
be.m v, cm pkfe 11 up on the HS25 ^TOrge PhllI.* '
N. Marshall, C. C-
Wunne. J. H. C. Edghill, C. R,
Arm.-trong. S G. Hunte, A rarm-
-ay: "One spiritual brotherhood, / Mrs- * II. Davies. Miss A.
I single body with a single I,ord, Bnuri..-, Messrs. K. S. Yearwood
single faith, and baptism by H D. Browne, Hem H Al Cuke
water and the Holy Gho-t C B E M.I..C .Messrs C R Tjdor
a great deal of bud. \ J W WebsterC F. Allen.
expressions by its member*. 9" ;' ? A a Bellamy, and
t nuist be atoute.
admitted, are not alwvi clear to
th Uatenar. This drmonsttati<, D ln '-"miiienUng on tne Actuary's
has earned for the memhers tha ,{rP"" covering the five year
name of "The Shakers." but ihev P" r" "' |N' J-'nujiy 1H6 to
be it to religious fervour and ''"' ''ecembcr 1930, the Chairman
to their faith. Bon. G n. Km-Iju. M.L.C., said:
u'SSSS!'*"**"'*" ~ ^S^aSs^E
i and confirmed und adopt-
30.SS
(Jeorge .
'ted Penteeostal Assembly
M l.v Ml Pelham, this had bl
JkUlM" "i. II I Iiileren basis.
Proire af Ihe Saelely. Exeluiiini.
onus addilion. tl. Total Sun.
1 aci.....
.eRa,.ycles. ^ ' JS^S^
I d l-ike you to meet . the local church
The nni WukMbM IB the The denomination ha.. ..
mouth tMS imme fiiwing m the United States It "ereat Rate. Th
to the W< i the title has a Council and each year this f"f"-"t" had hown
..f i'.i Like You >' M-et ." Coundl holds a gMMra] convoca- nw'nl- ri"'i from 3.79
[or the month of June tion to which the local church 4ul " '9*0.
On Wednesday, BUl lOtt Bmett land! a delegate. The (imvocal
i in Guiana will In- bagnu in June and and la Aaicibm
H. V. HotkMI. Fxiiiui The tMejafe* from B I
i laniaf Time- um i
bi irrent
): spQI on 'his occasion be
ibout himself, the
latlon rcnerally.
and the charsx
well as the wider
Hev. Nathaniel Rjaopp
Capital And Lubour
Mi
inevitably ...
the large volum- i
business obtained hao enabled this
ratio of expenses to premium m-
ecmc to be lowered to the very
aniafiactory figure of |
compared with 17.1'; in l*HI>45
H. Wilkinson sa.d ..t Life As^ranee Fur.4. T
Mainly he ffj. *& ^*^ W ^labour Be, on tSaBy*,
tt Wak m said that Gov- dniSSoS' St SSl" '
day working of Sunday paper, emment had failed to embark Sv L """ '""
i be al the usual upon a Deep Water Harbour ?!*, Zw*, fl,moun,cd to
lime of West Indies programmes Scheme because it was felt that nod Th l.5h. m
-7.15 p.m. such a scheme would create a E.' I*-.1.**"1.!*
>1ii>icnl I'rourammes aruship among waterfront work-
There are two musical pro- era but on the contrary it would
grammes from London in the produce more work
coming week m which w<- draw
your special attention: A com-
RMmoratlve concert on the anDi-
the birth of Robert
Schuman who was born on June
8, 1810. The BBC Scottish Orches-
tra, conductor Ian Whyte. will plav
his Overture ManlMdi the 'Piano
Concerto in A major" and his
Overture: Julius Caesar, on Man-
da. i -'00 p.m. The second i
eal programme is renlly a talk.
strange as that may sound. Sir
Steuart Wilson who was formcr-
MadV Jordan's
Heir Appartuil
ihe Bal i
ftirwin
lection it erOtitd
he noted that it was not con' i-
iry on this occasion .o
.ittlire any of the surplus by addi-
tion to Investment Reserve Fut. I
Staff. Particular mention w-''
made of the very efficient manner
i which the Staff had performed
heir duues and it was especial:..
oteaslng to bv told by the Actuai>
eonalderabH v-.lume (
i ui oaadad for the Valuation had
been very efficiently done
The Chairman then introductd
the Actuary to those present.
The Actuary's Report, i .ivl:i
oeen moved and seconded,
unanimoiLsly adopted after which
I iy addressed the Meet-
ng. Nli IVIham, in the course of
Bn interesting and well delivered
h congratulated the Poliry-
holders on the trenglh and pro*-
penty of the SocicU which he Mid
nu one of the oldest In thp Co-
lonial Empire. Much ol the credit
was due to the Mar. gement .i-'u1
from his experience since his ar-
rival he was sure dial there need
be no fear on thin account in the
future.
Mr. Pelharn was warmly ap-
plauded on taking ms se it aftei
which t h e three Resolution
forming this Agenda were de..h
with.
On the motion ol M
Bynoe. seconded by Ml
Armstrong No*. 1 and I
nntmously adopead
I Pnyment tir a Compount1
Reversionary BoniK of 2
per cent per annum at the
31st December, U50.
2. Interim Bonigf for the peri, d
1B51Aft on Claims 1
or Mslur'tv of
The last item provided for i
sum not exceeding 2,500 a
recommended by the Dlreetori -
a gratuity to the Btafl
The Chairman explained the
IKMition v mk.ii i (.onus ,ilre'id<
Cld to the Staff and the reasoe
theftnount no
, after which on the motion of Mr
lotnl proflti for the O D Itenoe. seconded by Mr
period amounted to iI.4Ml.M0k. C Wormed
which added to the accumulated' unniumimsly .dopted.
on the last occasion ol | A vote of thanks moved bv Mi
nade a total of $1,536,024. E. B. Waleott brought the ver.
s is deduct.-,! ., eeasful proceeding" to a clow
Aslhma Mucus
Dissolved in 1 Day
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. ...at tl.--Q..-
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Sloen Llk* a ia*y
TMWUtl*. fonr ct.t ii#mA.iri.
it.. M>* IMI UM- \*tr Bi. ao... w!..<
iroi,t"t IhM ftbi-m* riv i-.c rovfuti.
nd That tlr *Pl
tlf -Irp
fill Thmlln-.f iifcur
r-fi t.lthirt and Hlf-
: -mi I
11^, .
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mm aii Mhf .d -a, -x -.. - >.
( IKIll lajBlHq *" - I' V :
IHl !* Ill I ><> hi a. J c> Mi-Uji;
her .... ,,1.1 t| | |, (W*, .,..-,
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I "lH'l 'i""' IwilWHI / - ft '!.(
-. w4-4.r^ r-ie ;,. 1-. t I aW I
SaM ! '-'-: P-.< ..H.iHi."
0en*fits Immcdiote
TH" | r.t I h> > I WraasKo (e*. Il(ht
<>' p
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...... <: A
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c.. pIM-cn.
UM ru'ild
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ran < m -,< P..1 at . ut I>*l>. "'I IfciiV * "..<* I'" .alaill
No A,.hrm, fo, fi> r Y ...
as. .. ->"' lw"' l*m^,';
H brttor jim lU l"t
KT
Mendaco
('''Vwiit-wiW-*''' "*'' 4A'*M*BrC'Mi>i/o*llai /.
eml-lv of T----- w...w,,^ mt. mui SUM..S
U.S.A. Als>"'" nai risen frotn *if..3s,52i
organised "* *Ul December 194? to *I9.33B.-
802 an increase for the live ream
hie uf12W8I or 25%.
important
improve-
n 1946 to
an
Fxpense Ratio. While expenses
whole had
butlng considerably to the
profit of the Societv.
I'rnflt*
ad i
G. D
C. R
CAIRO. Jt
The Cairo Arabic language
01 wspaper Akher Lashsa said to-
day in a dispatch that King Ab-
dullah had decided to modify
Jordan's constitution and proclaim
' '^ VH^fB, WIHl;lm' P.-Mlieal step towards unity be-
Mw work 'The PilRnm s pTOgrt ..,,, ,, Jordan nn,, lTaii in pr^par.
which was given its tirit par- ntion for greater
formanee iome week, ago Keuter.
the fb _______ ____
Garden. Sir Btauart will spenk -------------------------
atrn p.m. on Wednesday next. nfl EnR|and starts
6th Jui
Test Cricket
The V
match b-i-.. > n South Africa
i Thursday
Trent Bridge, Nottingham.
ITJ of eieh day's pla
ill be broadcast at S 00 p.m -ill live days.
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scalp. Sihikrin NcM) DOUrUkM the hair root* and soon hair grows
again with healthy, handsome vigour. Pure Sihtkrtn will get your hair
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"As ure as you looked at my picture
i John M Bladon will be a success."
.
1
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PAGI 11 ii RTEEN
SIINDAt ADVOCATE
SINDAV. JUNF. 3. 1951
No Holiday For U.S. Workers
No Overtime: No Gambling
Frewi r*r 1
ttir |l (American). How-
ii will not benefit from
E
MfMfll from '
yeu gel lo Ihe IS. A [|
that j-ou have not been told
I these thing*.' Mr Keil
Bid.
I a .I! also b*
mu tor board which will i>t
SI.83 per day. In e-h of th.
.it is .i Stale Compcn'a-
i .vhirh all employers are
i mln an insurance
law Md different
ion*.
In nUnon, toi Lnttai
are injured on the job you will not
, .mpensation until after
in wim
will onto have to wart three days
and at the beginning of the fourth
ill receive 70' | Ml
n-Miiar earnings, If you are laid
up for more than ten days the
t will pa>v for the litre-
,i.iv row had to wait if you are
* nt to hospital or require medical
he insurance fund covers
. .< said.
lie told them that they will Ret
. nXfast between 4.30 and
8.00 a.m. Their lunch wlD M
to them in the fields
Th' v a ill be required to live in
abbUi i : to them and if these are
destroyed they will have to pay
Ihe value
He Mid; you are going to be
tUMia and in
.i tag mitances Americans. The
supervisors may not be H.irb.-
d'ani but they are West Indian*
that have worked w.ih |
pany not less than three aajaaoM.
Some have con-pleted sevm ve.n-
icrvirc They knu- Iht DOm-
pany's poliry and your likes and
dislikes. Do not try to supervise
the supervisors."
Mr, Keil said that gambling fa)
definitely riot permitted. His com-
pany would not permit professional
gamblers to mix auvxut
working men and rob DMRI Ol t)Ml|
money. He said: "You are going
to meet nationalities from the Lee-
ward and Windward Islands and
Jamaica. We are not going to
tolerate any fighting. I have been
with (he company for 20 years.
Occasions have arose when we had
to arrest workers of other nation-
alities for violating laws, but nevei
West Indians."
Me saitl that on some of the
camps they will I've among Mexi-
can workers, their wives and their
children 'The Mexicans are One
Tr.iffir lo"
No. 17
IIT VOl R VKIIlf !.? IN
A FAftKDM I'l.AtK
.< >uu are leaving it lor i
few Minute*
Space made available by
CANADA DRY
far Safer Motoring.
The Weather
TODAY
Sun RUas : 5 38 a.m.
Bun Sets : 17 p.m.
Mood (New) June 4
Lighting : 7 00 p.m.
High Water 1 36 a.m.
2 40 p.m.
YESTEhOAY
Rainfall (Codrlngton) .03 In
Temperature (Mm i 76 6 *T
Wind Dlr action (9 .mi
E.8.E. Wind Velocity 8 miles par
hour.
Barometer (9 a.m.) 29 936
(11 a. B.) 29.981.
eople and 1 am sure you will be
in harmony with them..
I houses will be Amerl-
women. assisted by
.'aiualcan and Barbadian cooks.
kg have been employed,
irifll u* since 1943 and they know
pau like. They may be
.(Is that you do not
frtjoy but keep that to yourself
Sometimes in your own homes
when a meal is provided you do
not like it. You have to take
Itth M the blttec with the sweet
yourself the next
n ..I win b i--it" Another
.ital thing is that you Mel be
rteOV I. be ri
'.ct us be courteous lo the women
iji Iheriv' he |
-Having you to work in the
U.S.A. Is costing your employers
i>ney. It is costing you
and V'lir Government a lot of
n.oney. Your Government has
confidence and faith in you, u
their representative-
sending you to do a job for good
arapej Do not let them tfown.
Take care of your money so that
you can help your family. We
have to go through a lot of trouble
to gel foreign workers kg the
t'.S.A If any of you men run
away the emigration authorities
will attempt to locate you. If
you are caught you will be repatri-
ated. It will cost your (iovern-
ment money; you will have a bad
record in iHith tin- I
Barbados and you will never get
an opportunity to go to the t'.S A
gataL We arc asking you to
cooperate. work willingly and
uphold the good name of yo
island," Mr. Kell said.
Mr R. N. Jack. As-sistaiil |iho
Commissioner, then read the terms
of the contract to the workers.
Mr Keil and Mr. Merenda left
yesterday for St. Lucia.
JOINT AND
MUSCLE PAINS
May maan ktdnay trouble
A (nacboa of the kidneys is to
elinuaate harmful impufitiasfrooi
tea system. If the kidneys grow
sluggnh. these impurities accum-
ulate and settle and often become
a cause of pain in joints and
maacles. The way to tackle the
tfoublr is to help the kidneys.
They should be fined up with
De Witt s Pilts the mediene
made speiially for this purpose.
De Witt* Pills have a soothing,
cieansmg and antiseptic action on
the kidneys that brings them
back to perform their natural
funcnoa properly. This weil-
tned medicine is sold all oei
j the woild and we hae many
I letters from sufferccs telling
V of relief gained, after years
" of aulfeiing. by taking De
Witt's Pills. Try them
(or your trouble. Co to
your chemist and
get a supply
OUR
GUARANTEE
Da Witts Pill; ...
ssaaufactured under strictly hygienic
condition* and the ingredients con-
ferni to rigid standards of punty.
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horn Jamaica to British Guiana gssaaaasi with Hi Headquorten in Barbados Is not this the amd of remark and the open roadstead of Carlisle w expwhi t*ar in the Savannah Bay converted into a protected Out lo-dav it's the sam* old Harbour, the resort of ve ss el s on cuasn. Barbados vwew m ine United their way u> the different parts m Kmgoum. asMl srho knows bast tne West Indies What • different what is best lot M Tbe ill Sal position: would Barosdot I oisaff ls"If to the B ar badians what iinportance would attach to a asaatks largely to the ora t or y of great confederacy of this kind. Mr Baevai later & has mucr. more weight would it •*ve with the British Parliamc in Use settlement of questions which its ii.terests were Pke that of the Sugar Bounty DossnS It sound as modem the Regional Economic Comrr.itlee' But wnat would Da able Bertie Gomes say to the proposal that Barbados should be die centre of the Confederation^ He would probably say thai Confederation and federation are not the same thing. But the West UdMe was against their, both It hn'i : a leading article of list January 1BTS "We are not frightened with the bogey of conledersUon If M were practicable we would go in for it The closer the ues that bind these islands together the better for them. There are two way* of onltaSg them, by increasing the facilities course and trade between them asd b\ giving then-, the same law* and institutions. The sea offers an inseparable barrier to their complete union ** Today more than ever, we might add in 1S1. But the Was* Indian did not let the matter drop there "Thi bj how we regard confederation" another leading article said on 25 January 1876. "It is an experiment tried in th* Leeward Islands. It has turned out a dead failure All the islands in the Confedenicy deplore it. It* promoters said it would reduce expenditure: on the contrary It has added considerably to It, They •aid it would facilitate and secure the administration of justice oi the contrary there were greater delays and obstacles in the way of obtaining redress through the Courts of law than bef.-r. It is all eerj sell ler irangers who have no interest in thematter to bid us try the experiment. but with us whose properties ono liberties are at stake, who must take the consequences it is a very different affair" It is not such a long time between 1876 and 1951. fasti 7? years. But how sadly disappointed will be so many, who have been patting themselves on their lirtcks in nn cftori to appear modern, it thev turn up the newspapers of 1876 and Ond how little difference there i> between the words used then and now t>> the same tm-o racUons—those wru have a stake in Barbados and those who hare to please the Colonial office if promotion and & xuccessiul career is to be tteir ssal SITTING o\ THE i I;Y< i: aBjgSae-SaaanSS 1SS1 the? O'-*: %  ,--.-. Three fiiaasi ssaSorg ssre BBSJRStrKS> NATM*MII Ot lyreasu over taert Nat. vna* aOBg Bas OBBS, auc r^tiuruiig and tasu>i-. isr aaStti asrsaal MBBB '- fars^anars n*oeee as MS • %  %  I BSl I .---"•* BH .oUung— afr %  A tUdM-'.-. .ng.igr* o* the *se>asi • at kasr nse. t* aUar ne Go I traT far fre-i LosSoa.t agssi a-* ;<•%  m %  **. ael r I sad aerer, aesee aiiidnaaii -. Why voa're qa-^eswc k*s head. sM so far f fas g —a V -qacued as •-' auainier [i-.e ra ssSnleH.' 1 pa qi>raetng S r ;,^s)0o Vo* hare oveaed Jc* ash asd ssec* or. v* T ""'0 aid achiaa feet %  queaeinp up ia Losattos. Don'r kaov irhaf ytm'rr QM<-an*>i. /or. yoa'rr qaeaetay for. ymi re oaraei'. Voa doa'I know whal you'rt qurtertap '--'. ial/ I*.. I Loadoa Maybe is your q>eurtvg state. VouU aercr lose Ihe hsb-.r. wiate . i*o>. II queue up at the Colder Gate far asrav from LowSoa thsakes Os Tse Use Another Trsnsatlantk call fr.-n Joe Doakes. the wrtl.\mencan — "-pHAT rou. Wet! How's the old I % %  lookin now* At the moraetu it's a bit efctili. Joe. Crcept *or the lessst oa the treei yo*L yo*.Ids'r Inssv IT You certsiriy get some tough Joe our ttierCs a gu.< cal^c Jamas Case s rurturaUas* Ai_ But af-^ .osfc at L*t.UUV ( % %  ouiOf I t/O Vi %  '.tins' B v uUK La .% %  %  They assSH rattS chil V %  : m* ft VOJ ia oar papers, loo Joe Things must be pretty bad in England. Nat. if a guy thinks of luralaa down £90.000 rather than Met there He;:, lied lose half th? moaej. Maybe But £46,000 is fUll a lot of dough I M IKM about dr.mghl> in your h .i*esShell rertai'iljj per plesirv if s^e roiu here. Joe Bat after t few peari she'll oel lesgheaed as And she won ied .ibout the shortage of food too Jt un> i s* bad as ihaf. Joe. In fact she mtoht gad it rathrr excitino ExciUng. Nat? Why. yes. Joe. Shepssao orev herr has something o/ the rxoteweat of the ehaar. day Ifta Cape saleS* r-sH a chirfcen that* pot* blade m cold stoe•se heeease lho*-aaads oti't Offoed to bay ii. AaofheOv %  he ssaoht rrack dotes a can of ham loaf inth moee loaf thaa ham in, ii ArA laere's a'awv* far tMTpnie %  Whai kind of aurpnse. Natf You're raepetsed if yos cat* cgt it. Jot. FIBRE MATS Plin nd Patterned in lout KB CONGOLELM-6//w^ in various patterns PLASTIC OILCLOTH 45 inc/ies wide WILKINSON HAYN'ES CO. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER &. CO. Thonts : 4472 A 4W7 Only a few . 'SILENT KNIGHT %  %  cost yu pestay u, :-. •hosac ke" aajppase they Ure-ae. I • • %  %  Thaf oa* ha- %  Well. Nat •^ppwae 'he* dont get over to, piieiinM*iua< Wt.,. *-. Sound* like a wonderful country. Nati Weather Warning S IR ROBERT WATSC'N-WATT addressing the Royal Meteorological Society, said it is now possible to warn people when to wear a macintosh, and to tell women when to hang out the washing, by an hourly broadcast weather serv.** for everv part of the countr For long-distance weather forecaatK n is still advisable I r>M Moore Cubbins. the world famous astrologer Whenever O M.O.. ir Year predietionshas warned the i rountr> of a bad summer, a bad I summer has followed On the rare occasions when SS have had a good summrspired (and fortunate! prophtt has forgotten to mention the weather dunnf the nrct week In January. L.tS. KfJtOSEM. OIL REFRIGERATORS LEFT IX STOCK Will those who asked for a refusal on one. call before the> are all sold : IMOMA A Co.. Lid. Dial 3878 €LEC KPT .VOW i\ STOCK GREEN WATERPROOFED CANVAS 72 inches wide at $8.25 Per yard ALSO GREEN BIRKMYRE CANVAS 72 inches wide at $7.43 Per yard .SVef re uour rt>quir*>m*>nts From .... DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT a. CLIMAX / all JUNE Wethling*:: has always been COCKTAILS blended with GODDARDS eats u/> RUM



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IM.W JIM i. 1IS %  slMll\ UiVOCATI I'U.I SI \ EN barkadian Horn. HARMONY HALL, Set ui [nfn i 'ure war to town. because Harmony trees around it. Harm,.... n-p Hall %  .., a conn rne wMwoe of i> H „< \u-. f>.i Will K. i %  rchJtoctur* at iiM butt. I run do no bsrttei tin I' i unfortunate" nyi Trumiu* Thoma, T. WatMtnan, in* Am. T. Waterman in his article on (rican expert He lays: Th Early Buildings in Barbados, house is divided longltudinalU "that the economic system alteras at Drax Hall, but H ed the cour-e of style ol which MITMf loggias at either end. Harmony Hal! is so charming an the entire front length of th* house it occupied by a very large r;>-thioe year* the late drawing room. The i neon ventSir John HutTOn, O.H.K. lived in enee of entering the house i.i-.,•nt lua through the main living room IF memoir*: %  *! must admit I mi-taed lessened by HD entrance loggia my old home when we moved to '" tne centre of the facade. Allattle Barn, but the stairs were though other houses have unungetting rather difficult for me"Vtant vestibules. Harmon !1 II ..." Sir John was educated has a dominant entrance. It enat Codrington College and studelese* almost the central third ltd medicine at Edinburgh untol the facade in the full height vcrstty. He returned to BarbaOf the building, and It contains d<.s to practice, and laU?r touted* a triple arcade at the first floor the Public Health Service From line 1HI2 to 192S he was Public The difTerence between HarHeallh Inspector. He became a moriy Hall and the two older member of the Legislative Counhouses. Drax Hall and Nicholas til in 1920 and served until 1943. Abbey, lies in the cotwrtion of being elected rresidenl of the pssrtod such qucin strips were sometimes used merely to break up large wall areas, as at Stoneleigh Abbey, where the roof treatment is unrelated to tho quoinir.g." Thomas T. Waterman was wetting in 1145. and Harmony Hall nas changed little since then. The, sitting mom Is now furnish stall moderr furniture, and there are two delightful water colours by Percy Agnr of Dominica hanging on the wails. To me. the most pleasing part of the house is the entrance, in front of which are some shady trees and a circular swectlime hedge. Standing in spacious grounds. Harmony Hall Is an oasis of peace and quiet, sui rounded by the buttle %  -f Bridgetown. ii.. i \\ . \m ST. MICHAEL MUM by CYPRIAN LA TOUCHl -TV THE DRAWING BOOM 1. op.n on three side*. : 1 %  -. l /j4 v ... >jj \ •' \ 'H ^ r 1 %  •** i • • J\ p% 3 "IH'IIIV-%" J L A E X A wee %  %  H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.-Di.iribuio. HARRISONS BROAD STREET ALL WHEEL LETTER MALES Prrri.inn iniidc nml lin.-lv linlmirrH I mi-lit ,1 in lllji-k ami Chromium A BOON TO ANY (IFKK'K COMPUTE WITH CIIHO.MIl'M ri.XTKI) WBHURS only Hi.:t t istela %  i%NSOIrIE'§ LAWN MOWERS IN TWO OSAHS: ••AKII.I." "TH'.KK" Knch in 2 slum — 12" unil II" MUCH COMFURI WT'lll QBAU BOXi from $:18.I7 SO !. each **%£ ask for '% Gussorw LUXURY TOILET |^* SOAPS f&li Hll'1 Rl il IFATHFR • iTNDTN ilOSSOU • %  LIT HT4CINTH THE SHAMPOO OF THE STARS ... • drene SHAMPOO FOR SHINING GLAMOROUS HAIR 3 SIZES — SPECIAL OFFER ON SMALL & MEDIUM SIZES KNIGHTS LTD. — ALL BRANCHES II Scintillating Sea Island Cotton Fabrics A ltlt variely of the most beautiful piitlerns in larue design-, •jail .1 dark uroumt-. Abo in PIUNV> patterno—36 inches wide. Per Yard: $3.19, $3.56. $3.57. $4.55. $5.06, $5.07. $6.22 & $6.26 IN PLAIN COLOUB8 of Pink. While, and TiirquolM 1 'Mi ins. will** Per yird $3.0(1 IN FIGURED LINGERIE DESIGNS Per yd ..$.339 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10-13 Broad Si METAL BARROWS Heavy


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%  CM'W UNI /ffasi M Ml V\ \l>\<>< \l I 1\< • I VIVE Man A6 %  %  Itaint & Winterbothain In Se;> Breen. Dove Orej ^Bist and other appealing colour* %  Mvi1>> yo-a to feel their lu*h P^wif-ne* .rid nch quality. %  Dropped in for a %  | lVi %  Qoodlng at the Fort Royal Barage anci ended up on better ding terms with hia most •rivals. These are mamnoth at* ton Morris Commercial ucks The emljodiment of durability, rugged strength and. not least, economy, this Morrll t'nm%  clal has a six cylta head valve engine of one hundred horsepower. Fitted avltl llllary two ratio fear-box lo give ligh aim b • i |t bills giant laces whether flat or on the side of I hill. Parey pointed out tht bee*] uty shock absorbers m brings and 1 viewed with no Ultla e the enormous 34 x ~i t %  •lr heavy duty treads. Full >ckhced hydraulic braki \ the m liter of flopping with the To my query jrgardint; veiilil it fe.uure m commercial ^fchicles. 1 was ghown in addition to aide vanti an cabin, additional ova EgBorough current ol Bit fi'om front 1 to rear. Of the MX Inu an the BOOT, !' ante bold and tut tl flirt Dtly on the water of which f'" i obt.unable. Still with the sound Ol J*JDOU in my ears I aen ded my through u. Lower Broad ft and Into C. S. Pitcher Now, to he a handyman always been one of my am laid nut. ..%  i Name of tru Sto Of I %  . i . %  %  After (nay reA very aalpmani of Crepes a. Blue, Tarq Whuo—and in limited quantity. / oyway, I'm going to tell you— it'a Chaw's, of course. Chase's Dry tre that hard-tofind item 1* so frequently found Glamour Home and tunUlai la ail DMnj other English and America!. right there oi I Mr just waiting to be be light. And to think of the trouble I nave gone to only recently ti obtain a current number of these journals. They're all there at RobI a the statio? en Bton on High Street. 1 m told that 'ont are takf for an) one .f this kind of maaastM gflM lllar delivery is a feature i TOtt, too. ladies—Patten Books are also there. 1 have for idling away the od< ten minutes in a store like tha' Co There are sc many UtteratUng things to gee and hrow.ie over. Books, for instance and classics, children's books and school hooks ay, speakiiiE of children'' l>ooks 1 saw Alice in Wonderlam iiuluded among them Whirl the odd occaslor be difficult to get — especin)l> whan a gift is wanted. Quite apart from many unusua itemof stock 1 am attracted U the Broadway Dress Shop becaust It's always so cool and. when you walk In through the front entrance you look right out the back, onto tnd headsalls of a friendly schooner in the Careenage. The 1 Yea Shop at the eorii.. ol rrafalga* Square la a pteas-invenieiit retreat froni Broad Street. There's a very stylish range of nylon Swim Suits in there right now, in Blue. Acqua and Cardinal Red. Also saw Men's swim trunks made in England nd selling for around $4.00 For the kiddies there really is a buy in swim trunks from the States %  elUng .it one dollar. An attract! multi-coloured lady's beach coat would. 1 think, appeal to you well an i rather pleasantly handworked raffia hat—lust for loallnx iround in and out if the sun. Imnle matter to drop )nto P -\ Clarke's new Cosmopolitan Drug Store which is only a : vards round the corner of Broad Street on Prince Will! Henry Street—a few easy stride* from then old location. Indeed, a Prince William Henry 11 at once show you this most attractive frontage of soft Jilted walls offsetting the polished dark wucdwork of the ghoa wlndot ther side of I %  La hen, bii Ing ati ri I'. A. Clorke'g Drug BJ • Bnda xe<-llent and %  k sparkling in their : really enjoyed this call ami mv chat with Mr. Clarke, This long established drug store oflen the best of pronow, in iheir new locatlon on Prince William Henry %  Tfl presenting ihem ir the modern manner i airy and delightfully pleasing atmosphere. Church ServfoeM Ufttl ti ^ IUTIMHI %  i "i CTu>ral luii < IU[ii-u. Ham Miliui m Kid Bfn>VM %  Hr\ At The linrmii : "ILLICIT I\TI:RLLDE'' •— II m ftoullnn. HoU !• %  *" %  %  J. Boutton. Hole Coatamunton •annn. II am am* 7 p.in Rr\ %  %  %  PAYNR51 BAY -0 SB Jin Ml P H-i' I P m Mr r Rtwrh WIIITt: IIALU t 3D • -iIlr.n*.. T p m Mr T Umort C.Ui. MSaiOaiAlf-Mr r BSKH. II i m 7 p.n. Hev R McCullough. Ilotv Cornmuntnn. IIOIXTIIWN %  JO a m Mr* Plinlij" T pm Hi. D Srolt BANK IIAIO^ mm an Wm I Cluiay, U.-}\ CommitnlMi. t pm Ml* (. t>vl.. si'r.ir,irrrowN -n " Mr ? D,ar>* 7 p i\< Mr %  BannMtet HB.III %  II J ir *rv n MfCtilloiigV M I'II ->i> • Culloustt. T pr P M luiKrmi H. MAE Thom*^ I •n 7 p m. Mr Q. Jor.ri naLMORT Mr H Qra>l T p m 1 M. A. E. Thonui Holy Cummuninr SOUTH DtSTHICT • m Rev. MAE Thorn*. 1 •JMMtfeM Ipm Mi !" E Br>n pRovmi'Ni i wVaw VAVXHAl.l 1 m Mr. P. Brut* 7 p m Mr McAllUlor IHIl*ri\.V MIIMI rir.I 1'Kur.n ol C'hrlnt. BFlcntl'l, %  diPiown Uppvr %  >> Strrrl K> I.. . SEPTEMBER AFFAIR fJuin. at the Globe 1% another one ol those smootti. p IIISIUM iphi^licated dramas of illicit love. thouKh 1 must admit It : i u take than %  nenj) I've seen. .. wealthy de* rculU in 'her .HUM When the plant Np U' 1 the two of then. Hf"on ; as ihe claims Manager. 0 gae the sights and—of wWOnaHy breaks the case, gives course—miss the plane, which Is %  J r "" d P Jf !" rm *5 e *' lierhaps ;ust as well, as il later !" 1 u [ ,,x,rUn ? cast •" ood Rnd 'An the sea, and they are Xhv **VaTound music • d Being thorough I > in love l)' thlg tin.e. ti new life in Florenee and bar imnle being relegated to the paaa After a brief sp.in of extra-niant.il bliss, the sudden appearance of the ngineer's wife and Harriet C>nig M thoroughly possessive and vicious wo ian. nowpi.i> tng a Broadway of aueeeaa of twai year* ago "Cralg'g H the complexion of the whole affair, ^' ff ,gg * paaa thai ami ihe two of them raaUea tha. wa obviously written i"ih tlv £* %  past cannot be .anored. and as h( rc I1:K1 n , llle .Vreen^n ,,un I. M ,^Z -^'.'^ "" 5% h t1 ""' "e thai .1 dO tne.ie.en, ,h,„g .nd return Io ^ 1Iowed ,„ Mp Qu|tU n)o the •iu pad W>lnMa>ya Ipm A mttvter whtrn l ( r^ Tntln-PWa ot Clui %  gaaang SUNDAY. JUNE 3. IKl Rubml ol Ln-" "(I M...l^.., MpraBMIMB'. Alta* Mr.. iterlwr. and llvprtollam. Dnuiunrad Coldt.1 T*t Rvium PR It. 1 I'ould hmvr you KII* unl lhal whk-n %  good, and umple euocrrninn evil And the God ol prara ahall brulir Batafl undar your fart shortly. MORAVIAN ROEBUCK STRRKT-ll m Momin* >rmfn)|i.*l b> Hub Communion. PnriTher Rev K E. Nr.: 7 p m !>•*mg 8>rvw: Praaeher Rev E. E. HeOatM I HRU. — II a "' Mornlnfi %  pHMn Mr W. Hard*. 7 pm. ^.enlni Ser^we. Preacher Mr I. 0.e> ruiAK-K II a.m. Morning Sefvlee. %  ^e^hei Mr T Barkrr: 7 p tn nine Service. Preacher: Mr O. R the of the past. is a veiy plushy production Miss Crawford „..irin^ aas> i | in a -uli%  technician. As Rot know, the f M.ni l< %  %  MOHTOOMKRY lii\.. IVeafher: Mr stiov mix, 7 p in Mr D Co ni'NV-nMllB. II iervlee. Itejeher M m. Bvenln* Se.vli Hill P i ekda bark. ~h*v all gi" %  > auiprise for no ttgn ol it. Il a V. hg cf Ig. Anrl ll ; Ulll UVg pjl'rd cm. :Thin mer ami sni. as u he themBe^embei ,.,,,,._ ,,,.,...,.,. Song", but 1 haven't yet been able jbU ^ ,,„,, so { |hc feJsre.!?* s -2 n ^ s. 1 uI npr hr husbaiHl. bul how or whv tuck around for so I i .. -i i me Her Rnal efforts in his late waiter Huston and is suprUrection inchjae her Intlma posed to be a ditty about an old bk boss thai he is ure i man. Perhaps there is some osoW p nk m(l dlahoneat, and her adteric meaningbut I missed it. aalBBlon that then lack of children Anvw.iy. it is an attractive, hauntwfg not %  rig song |,ave any. ag he Mpp ead, but beThe settings of ihe lilm are cms.-he dldnl want any Tnii auihentie as it %  made III Italy, anal aclmoarledavrnant la the last and all the beauty of Naples and BtTaf ht cBmol'i o.> k. leather with the wond< the long of ivmpeii .*nid the inai:nnicenee auflerlng e Anal if the Flore-nlinr buildings create J f .-1 altoa Cr a wfor d a glorious netllng. Unfortunutel.i. %  .• %  n. T od heavllj the dialogue is very difficult to miown rhlle that ol Ml WhoUici thai is due to COP |U Uie sound track or to other condinil Aatneaa In all 11 time.. I do nut know, but 1 hope Uona However, if > that the mamgement of the thenCn wford fan. you'll probably twean the latter and the title the film, particularly as it is Introi duced on a recording aung by the ^ eujoa< liiliirrn "Letter ire will do what they can to rectify the condition. All in all. Si ri EM HER AFFAIR Is artistic and dramatic adult entertainment 11. uiiile Indemnily DOUHI.K INDEMNITY, baaed nT ( hildren. on James tain's novel of the *"" B' a (l 3 rceetvc so many some title, is a Itlm that has been l '"" from you during th. week, knocking around for some years, ou' some of you havr been forbut has only just reached Barbagetting my appeal to you to indos. It is the story of an almost rlude \eur birthdates. Many of S -rfeet crime, perpetrated in cold you cannot have your buthda.lood by an insurance salesman acknowledged in the Children's and an avarldOUl woman with Comer l-'BUie you had never whom ha falls in love, and who s ,. llt „... vour birthdays. To avoid is not particular as to the means ,his I nm making a special appeal d whereby she can get rid of 0 a | ( members of the Leaaue to her husband. Planning his "accidantal death" a that the two of Uiein can collect double miletnnity. the action movis slowly at llrst. but suspense and tension ount after the crime has been bnthdates whe B.B.C. Radio Programme* 4 is p M M'liw Mag—ana. .w Sunday Half-tuni. A p ni Compune'i • Week. 5 t\ |. Dl I b i m ravlUeai i laugh. >>*'• t "'. IT oraen •— ii M %  gajgi Haia pin Trie New*. 7 10 pm Newi On.. 7 15 p m Ciirlbbran Voice-. T p.re Britain and World %  laaasllPII m Radio Nrwneel. 8 II p m. 8und.iV Barvice. B p m Interlude. I.5S p %  '< n Ihe Rdltoriali. Ipm Feallval % %  Britain Farm and t*ac1orv CKHIIUIH I N p ni ffamilierii Sereri.nli 10 p in The Nr-. In 10 p I 10 11 P m BrlU-h Choir. W 30 p m Lntidon Forumi II pm C^amr Down (sc raoumiwi SUNI1AV. JUNE J. ISS1. lo p m —10 15 p m Nawi. 10.15 pm 10*0 p ni Audirnr* Hall H-aT II TB Mc. 5 51 M ri'-ioN WRl'l. I> Mc. WRLW II IS Mr. V'KUX 17 75 M. 'KIMMl Jl St. I II 15 mm. Proarr..mme P a m Urteneri. fhonr. II 43 me-iwralth Bnrxe>. II 'noon ll io p t<. Mem Ai.'i-H. send In next they Write 1 BO also waiting for birthdates froni i you especially who have asked to „ bcoaer members of the league. jommltted and mutual suiplcUm bui •, %  %  "" vct received assails the murderers. Added to Vour Mcmb.i:.hip lards on this, and their fear ot rii .vi-i '' "" e. the convicuon on Ihe part of No doubt man) "i you the Insurance clalmg Manager the flu ides* Tnir yagtarday, thai the "accident is DO .ictident bop* von had lotl "' fun I at all .but ii premeditated murder generously to help so deserving a to defraud the firm of a large sum cause, whether you are guides or of nifrney, and the*is a taut ,,„(. %  eon between him and the salesAnd DOW, 1 MC frnm the large man. Where UW manner rtUeWateg „ um bor Of entrants Who >r inler%  v. onwittingly. to the clUcd n nc Competilions that you vary man who planned and comcafer | v \ Mlk forwaid to vour nutted the crime Slmrt s „ ,,, t ina i bopa thai Frd MacMurray playi the port ,, ( ^JJ ,. ,.,, „„ of the insurance salesman and Kiiai murderer .1 rule vatUj (Ufferanl ,".,:;"; !" '1u -..„ 1M ,...,,, the part -certainly not at llrst— +<**?• In wlUcn ,n "" "* how but his acting carries more eonClevat you are. viction as the plot develops. ^o cheerio and heaps of fun Barbara Stanwyck, as the hard. ove> the we. brassy Mheming blonde, whose tllll.DWKNS EDITOR, j Startling Pntirtiw In \d. Ki,rmle< l^illeiW.. Tr.o.1 i.l I i — .| %  gXa&iino #(ovel \^^Js7/ Caakmere Bouquet Faee Powder ... 00 aelaeij innK>ih ... eelkaialy perfumed . rllnga aotily for hours •ad hours, thing you thai natural %  >,>.:. look. ACI POWOfg F0" THAI NATUIAl VIVI0 LOOK %  D I M< BOt 1. > %  : i'l\ ril TAB I DM %  i IT.CHING INFLAMED SKIN +JT* More Lustrous? larwrallyl N*l oven the meM e a penile* Mall polllh a lva* AMr IHM >• yaOf "all> than CUTIV Oab "" "•!•" %  > %  we Htoiileihd. tieo ingredient I bM ll —ke jo-r 1 ..1. retatn ib#h haCra lai .1,. v. Upataaa no aMtlag M lull"*\m ...... /„. .*.,. M 11 ... Ii tl"ti Mr /i>. CMMJ J ll. II \\l' I m ,1 ,.,./..;,. 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PAGE EIGHT -I Ml W M)V(K \Ti: MNDU. JtMl 3. IM1 Our Pocket Theatre "Wilhelmina Half What Made The *&***** Shakers Shake? v i Bjit \ in \- II(.F OKGI M M.COLM THOMSON :%  York suit. ell as men a i ser* a.id :i system of "complex HEAVENS ON I:\KTH BT marriage" was practised, i.e. men Mark Hollows? (Turnstile : and women could (recly cohabi* LBi "in paces.) witnin the rtHIIHUl If any two persons showed a Among Ihe thousands of Euroselfish attachment to one another peans who poured into the New I Key were brought to reason by pL\were be] so ,on %  '*" lu d,< " m utual criticism." another word parties from 1 "" were some, a minfor public opinion. In ]*). thr dm • Ittaa Theatre/ 1 But II use as D "Little Theal e' WU no! exclusive and so did not last 'ong. For the Wilhelmlra Hall as it was then known was the pla Wfcerc 'oca! --cc | ltd Si %  -,.. WOI..I used VWI Me Island and public show* m this building. Companies included ihe Bandin Dallas Drama lu Company. and alto the QkMtop Ha rii Company. But n<. on.an ber "" for Ephra%  As one of the Oneida songs puts Vork on his "We have built us a dome On our beautiful plants* lion. And we all have one home And one family relation." It was only too true. (Bj JAMrS BAKTLKTT) WILL W-yc.r-old Norman .. much niiliicnee en the mind o: Rita Hay worth ? %  'fitiR his latest \ Guide to Confident L'rlni."while she waits in Nevada for a divorce. • happirj married tumPtU for ix-.il> n years. Is a Methodt it minister with one of the bluest caagMgaUang in New He has six psychiatrists rhureh staff to deal with ;.. %  j.i.i. ,.. %  i: %  praWJia thought*." he change your Change your says, "and you world." HO t ranger to film stars' t tonal troubles. Thcv bring In this respect the Oneida group ''"" Hollywood case-histories for „,. orny. who were reallv looking for i.mM.n,• '* "aril they though! !" that the M.lleun.um had taken would do so at any nenf. So out to the era ; UM sailed, in boats of evciv atn srlui this thealre by t ist "name r: "' <>! every shape. ehJL h;iS ^Vf'" 1 th,r '••"• %  ml -iimdifl cfuttige* in it* life time. Shaki The name it now hear* l> '"";""• Rappi'. of brosM the pattern of the mTllennil best-seUtne; eernMoa. Olvmoic In iQT-i w h#.tm.n, cthcT *"< nesi sects. The Ephra"'-d aocieties which were ComThere was the husband of one Hall was chaneai" i i %  '.' ••u!n ,ans *>""> their televopes. and nmnlsl. totalitarian and In favour Plm star who exclaimed, when don Mectrle Theatre Snr* f 'i*"" 1 Ihoir n '" nU studying; the if celibacy. Some, like the Ephra•_ *as first mentioned thai t£ Oriphlc\torv o' %  mS ","' J h \ Day f J ** m M had r "* celibacy easier, the toiltm S% e for I -S?5 h > " 1 ?* > 2S_ EP 1 "-?*"" mi WON patrlarchlal Hie" made lu way In the heart N We have a baby—and can it ihe baby in Iwo*" Dr. and PeaJe believes that with divorce, children ore cut in two .ally. Curled up on the Nevada room Rita teresting offshoot beards and monkish tonsures; the H ,i y *t!!lT ?. f ***'**"' of many. In 1922 another theatre, the second, was born — the bnpir* competition then staitcii The two theatre* were owned Ipi different individuals. Thr Olympic was owned by Mi. James H. I Mr. J, t m a I %  father of th< MCP. 3 E T the Empire was the i. %  %  Mi. Humphrey, who mostly In Titr.idatl. Tne firs: silent HI"u> tip sho' Kid" Competition that the Olympic ever its In it the finest in aOouauc propartie*. "The fln^ei..i .hi the reopening ftlin fo) unen cut their hair short and already curioui of the Quaker movement, and were founded by a Manchester voman Ann Lee, who migrated to a* possible. Each individual wrote ,ftcr ihe Church o! Enga weekly paper confessing his sins land had tried her for blasphemy It was a great blow to the Ephra%  a which she rebutted to lam when one of their leaders the satisfaction of her followers in %  'lowed an undue solicitude for a speech delivered in 72 different the sisters, unattractive oi thev niiuagcs. some of which have not uere '"I before or lln..„ ... ^ The Bachelor Coliiny Celibale% Only The Rappites, a German sect "e What w.n it made Ihe Shakers who believed in the Second COMFor shake they certainly n g and made excellent whisky. %  dancing and whirling have not worn so well as the In"! %  "• like dervia) %  M was. apparent!; essential part of th !" .. ... vu '! n I,rbc a Ui,u h ^ r 1 ?'" on ade their faces as unattractive WclK-s) and 1 ft-month-old Yosmm —will reau these words:— Parhapa If parents actually knew what their children think, it might help them to avoid some mistakes which wreck home life and i mse agony. In the last analysis the "f first and final importance to a man and wife. %  l Import a nce than tujJ pleasures." Appreciation ... .i.i % %  %  • %  %  '••iii.ii IIII v* m\i war Iding ai thai lime flying ., K lir s Slltiin nelped lo k bay the abon inatlon of the .. -as vary enjoyKvrrylxKly who saw the Shaker-; m one of the corybantic ritua's agree that the Shakers 111(1 i || the %  Vi-r i t i. Empire. I'ai amount's "CrlmsuL Cnallencci" assuring: Dorothy Dalton ripperi ih,> audience. Ii was a stor) S love and icvenge I. -hey were an inTfterc was also a ptogrsmmo of dustrious. queer-living people the world boxing championship dwalllng m their communities in Kid McCoy versus Wallace Held the New England fatates add ODCylng a stern discipline that. H other things, told them which foot to put first on the years later a nfelon.: BluU[iU wh-n nv wokc ori „ it w* morning. Mora IniporUmt it insisted The TalkieA few years later ambition was fulfilled WarneBroa' m-\\ i.minph — thtalkies This brougni wide interest and i %  • i um many uuai U i Sc b Wtfe possible rcilK to h-ar |*opte on ina Mrcen iu>iiy On Sunday a*nln| :.\. the Empire presente.t Sc indals' 1 talkwa. Many "What [| |,iOi n >ou iea,i my eyei '" %  : I love to love you". T.HM' AI.I not the Day len by 11 iK-i tl celibacy; 'o married people, convartad lo ihe aaetj had to separate. It was a severe rule and one of ihf reasons why the Shakers are now in decline—there are fewer than 100 of thtm left. Smoking Was Banned One ol tinI.. i ,• i Baakag man nanu'd Noyc pointed out in the I83u\ that, if of Judgment had ocn damnation was unaeen the nlm. Jack Bgaa ~u.t nacaaaMy. Tin* proved to be n SHIK ONcll. 1 understand, l">pular doctrine and led to the made a aood 10b of it | ..i.ding of the Oneida CommunMfewed by "Rio Rita", with the ____^ popular John Holes and I1.-W —^_„ Banl-l. who w*.. ihe Uwn „„ waBWrt BO Mm 1n aMi „ r „„• favcur.tes. Th,atrUi ol outH o X y. making hU score three '''""" '' WWithin another nine n.onths the come DanRoyal wen Thl ;i u|ltl „ 1 Even marriages that seem at a lirt'.king-point — and Rita has .cached the point cf suing for tl.COO.OQO-do not appear hopeless to this gray-hairod minuter. He thinjuj that a few changes in thought and habits ran bring married happiness even then. It is the customs to rationalise i : lagv 1 illuros on the basis that the partners were not by nature adjustable to one another. But. he aays, most couples could have adjusted themaama had they corrected a few simple faults. (Rita's ground for divorce Is 'gem-rally Incompatibility." in..' of the most basic drlvei in human nature, for example, la the cravtny lo 6e opprrciafed Let husbands and wives get that act <*x* .1 in their minds, says Norman Pea Iff (When Aly Khan's wife reads tin* she may recall that her explanation RH UM parting lefretted the burden of "my husband* i kal obiigalions and far-dung mtari Thuik appMClaUosk, says Dr. thuti criticism. Don't develop the habit of seeing the things that are wrong. Appreciate the things that are right and iau so. And say so Four Rules lowed. 8*r". "High IVeasocr and "Under the Greenwood Tree.' 1 %  aied wide inr. i siasm among many. More fan I At this time, silent films vied atteiMr.l the theatre, and local with talkies. Tne biggest job then businessmen got Interested ami WM to gaj Jans to allow thai made .L drive fur themselves. .lalfcics io do the talking, uI was constant Jabbermi hwn the More Cinema!* The ComUCUion bctwan the V'' lu, w nl ," u %  C0 2*SS Olympic and sne Emp.rc wa" not '"" MU *?** d wilh l ln KOO( "" so keen, bswause there w< wus ' e 0i *} m people who.Tti;:i loved the dienl PU,M ls woughi ni.itionplctures more thun the talkies. PiOtUre hou:v.i in every direction Bui II waa.ffl11 unUl Dec. Jl of Bui II wag not the end. The the same -/taT that the Olympic w>s t roast of the island beeami ibli -o yh-e th. pubii, first talkie lh:..v "Popened with the 2Ueffeid i It .1 d ""' olncr ln SpeightstownRila." aim • ant ***• Astor. This was the rosult ."piiaiioiiists, also a German sect Understandably, he U a great of religious communists who still beftever in prayer Whatevei rout flouriidi. They are pacifists, but rellflon may be, h tt en eaxl their shares to obtain latest t>pc waJ ipltal and arc now the proud at ihr Empire leeaofa of two of the best Eleclnt The project Hiking cinema palaces In the hand turned but by attached. VI the Proprietors go on in A few >. %  iii.. enpetmon. the public derive cold out lo Timothy Roodal of much benefit. The better films we Trinidad, whose efrcu the better our education Ai in itself an ambitions project, certain hour to any philanthropist started the big drive. From Oiwho wished to call on him. ihe trail led to Bridgetown, indeed, a stone's throw from the Clly proper, and in duct competition, with the Roodal circuit, this group eel up a fine inema just opposite the building The Path To Perfection Several Fourier "phalanxe-" were established in America. i ..liking the business sense of the religious communities, they hi not %  > the table conversation j at any meat A. Drop a few great texts int. '. your mind before going to sleep. Psychologists say that What vo.i thank about in the I minutes before sleep has a deep effect on your consciousness. Dr. Peale finds it more than coincidence that the divorce rate has climbed ever since fainllv prayers started lo go out ol urvived. On the other hand, ruBBRsn. (Then ts'orVcUvoroa for it can be said that when prospermvmj | nrw marriages now in the ity came to the sects, as it often United States. And in some comdid on account of their energy and „iunities—like Nevada—as many frugality, corruption came with divorcee as marriages > NOW I*! tl I K\oV. tli\l i Ml i i< i t \\\ Ol mi I \i: I >llllll — \o%% Continuing ft? JOAN UINIMLI CRAWFORD: COREY Be Early lo see C.ERAI (> MrHoiNfi Bi)|N(i Fly TCA direct to CANADA... and on to EUROPE iou'll enjo) thi dion i 'i I CM roronto aboardat;i.ni Mepasstt ; Siorth Stai Skylbsar ani H'i only an overnsglM Higiit on w Britain and all Cur oven enroute II no Cktra ch New rora: Fly TCAs convenient isrvics to Bermuda and enwerd by tonntciing carrier See jour Travel Agent — he will help you psM, i lull ml.. TCA, m on laic. rOUtCS, II. 1 audit. hot! I. luiilv Or M.il OABDINIR AUSfIN ft CO ITD McOragor St., Bridgaiown fhont 451• ^mAMSvgfg&'/jtirf m **-*-*****--. •*',*. • W.W.V//,v,y/A'A',V/,V These American Utopias are an odd chapter In the history of mankind. The author of this rnuMthetlc and entertaining For STYLE COMFORT QUALITY The Odds Will, in Nevada Um week-end l |e invaded by %  %  %  study believes that we may yet Bui ihe odds wom to be against have further experiments of the the food Dr. i'< same kind. Maybe. But those | i i i.inht was havinj who seek perfection on earth ne.-. I thoughbi on h i • oped that Ihe management n0 loitger sal lo America and be th kmV demand U •'ie various theatres, will endlaappoinied. ajg Khan. dcavour to bring the best, lo the They can stay at home and vote *PM bushed Ml (M* I Imrnadlatel) ,.,•,. peopU bi the CariblorMUee, vv'orid^V Wurt ts id ppDceeded to enlargi t>. eti tendon BatfMal letvlea. -L.E. bean, known a* ihe Ro Caril.. W/iV/rtV' vv>***-**.*,**n-asvv'^v>ov ( .v*vv'**AV'^^ sio&yFOR ALl PETROLEUM ii RODUCTS j '•""''•' %  • % % % % % % % % % % % % %  '.VAV//MM1MU V^^.Vy.Vy^AVA%-.%-.Vi-.-.-.-.-.%-.-,'.-.-.%'.-,-.-,-,-..,...,-,.,-....,...,.,.,.,._.,._._. r ./. obtainable at all leading stores S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO.. LTD—Agent.. r aflSPt So beautifully easy. -. to easily beautlftil heca use •" %  *?" %  *• %  1 inc squeeze Brylfom froai the rubs mA %  * aaw k eMas ay a (imeious iMber; are how ygr bsir gk*M %  %  mviiscsbk a ii. What s wooderful di*rre. of nt'y cokvnOg. No prrpuadoa, as as* hrtunfuUy ciiy io Brrtsoaoi toor baU. la a — /ar/ a B — > w. ^ there's more foam in BRYLFOAM THE ORIGINAL CREAM SHAMPOO IN A IUM If you're out of sorts, take a glass of ENO'S Fruit Salt in the morning. ENO'S will keep you regular—for it is a gentle laxative and mild antacid, good for the Liver and settling to the stomach. Thus ENO'S Fruit Salt clears away impurities that make you led dull and heavy. Take your Fruit Salt io ihe morning, every moniins;. Eno's Fruit Salt* SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED lei laacouLAR ACTION. -ICK HEADACHE. I.IVKRISHNESS. mi mi sMsHEARTBURN. Ma. %  lejManf r> tm M*. FASHION NEWS EXCITING STYLES IN ARCOLA FOOTWEAR BLACK PATENT. WINK Sl'COK AND WHITi: Nl-Bt'CR Fanr Slim Back. Spike Heels, Platform Sole* WHR1 Nl'-BACK TtHRT. BLACK SLEDF AND PATKNT TRIMMED COVRT. Spike Heels, Platform -.-i--. WHITE M'-BI'CK. BLACK SIKOF Cuban Heels, Platform Solee RFPTTLF — BROWN AND WHITi:. 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PAGh IIA SUNDA1 llnni \u -I sll\V PIM 1*31 Gramaphone Scout (Jump Concert At Visited "WakefielcT On Wednesday A CR4.MAPI.ONE I'ONlIH %  **at inpui.i HI, v. iii u* i .. cam "Wakelieid". on Wednesday evening at 5 o'clock The pri.Bi-.nuiw a a> follow* 1 -Itosamundc l.j f Dance of the Hour* bv Pcjichlclh. Anas (Celeste Aids* Verdi (Vu •• Bel Di Vedremo. b> Puccini. Conthan jug* of Last Sun da) 8 t, I 1 MMlfO the CO': iR C) in Jcminof Lane where t Patrol, under 'h^ Registering Officers Ask For More Pa) i icmunCiaUon for let qualitying l*' people, an Assistant RegWarden's B-dgf. was well nar had w entered laan had been anticipated and inig lemonade b. tier compensation v there* certo No. 2 in C Minor by Rgchvei forthcoming We had 'ore desirable. muiinofT. All are welcome to this * around and I was lmk*d A* a result they had sent a N cimc ?'} n pleasantly surprised to find that petition lo me Island's Register1NE-YF.S.R-OI.D l>rov Allen. *<" %  dehghllol little camp arta 1*1 Supervisor putting • %  the boy with the trumpet" existed there. The camp itself *..>. l % %  ••Ii wan now -bout five ho reeenily broadcast over Re' rl v **"" '•" **t and good UK • Ihi i--.it...! had been diffusion with the Canada Dry *••* '""de of what available f<-' warded. said the Assistant programme, was again outatand*1 u Pnienl there we*. 1 do think. Office., but in reply had been %  lie Globe Theatre on Friday '" * %  * %  'hat Scouts ovei 15 must reel night. He was guest star on Bu, : "> lo w mor expert in then Tin.-, Assistant Officer pointed l**al Talent Show. Leroy played two tunes. Although he was scarcely able lo hold up the trumpet, lie brought the crowd to then feet Another %  a.-old Douglas Griffith ( the guest stars. Griffith Was Talent Show winner on the previous Friday nigh. He sang "Why Do I Weep". John Marshall, who sang "You Are All 1 Need" was winner of the Local Talent Show. Marshall was oi well -.ccompanied as the orchestra was sot acquainted with wus new hit. His singing was how"" -* *•>** %  that thcrowd was •till able tu follow the tune second prtM went .,, Brrol Bar m-tt who sang "Maybe It's He %  UM'". Baiuctt, who >mga in ih. P iy Nunea style, was a crowo p'eawr. He had the benefit of being v ell accompanied bv the band Clyde King with "Song of Songs" Uas also very good and would have been awarded a consolation orim it there — A CAN! FIRE at Athford Plantation. St John, on Fndav night burnt two jnd a half acres bf first crop canes. They an taw properly of A. D. Elliott and were Insured. Another fire at Mangrove Ptantaticn. St Philip, burnt two and three quarter acres of second crop ripe canes, property of A Cameron At Wa,ttnn Plantation. Chnd Church. %  quantity ol ripe canes wore burnt. They are the propCo. Ltd. have erty of ( sured Scouting generally and especially OUI that even though a person may 1 !, 'I < amp where there should be refuat lo ragMar, he i still i(| lots more gadgets to make camp BMuared to Rive his reasons.' life as comfortable as possible. A These details had to be noted by very high standard is expected lo the Otlleer but it was work for | h. maintained by Sanaa] B legl he got no compensation. %  d Scouts < ver 15, especially "he work of ottering those who are aspiring to tailed a great deal Of nbjhl work King's Scout rank. Here is . he said, because of the l-it that warningfrom the Chief Scout, most people were at work durins-: Lord ffowallan, who wrote thus the day and contact could not b In the "Scouter" for Ui many until at night. Ih, inth March I held a PreaenOne other complaint the officers 'Vremony j n the Hall of had. said ihis officer. w* that the Royal Geographical lodetj inJSSS r>r V? " Knmi f!"" i'"^'" *t;ite of affairs afterword, and r hope %  real in„, ,,.. ,. ,,, apua Oea. (hie OR two people : ftd a suspicion that tinnuality was not as high as it had %  ii. There are always the odd few who slip through Ih,. mesh, but I do beg of you all to try to maintain : tlard we set uursclve* and inakr the King's Scout Budge what it ..lil lie. the peak ol achievement i n Scouting. We cannot • illowuncc* in thi* Badge." "OPERATION CORK" Hi The "Good Turn" is one of the of main features in Scout Trainint: outbui ta, eonndenttaJ advic. and a great opportunity has been I have urn walked around t afforded the Scouts of Barbados uowii" h. aid Some people i tn put that training into practlmg -We love Mr. Coddant' I Th 0 Barbad.^, Bottling same saying \\ 'ked us to assist i„ r lb .,ut Mr. Reeee Then he t quite I're.it concern over the failure u; i 11 hi the petition and Mid that this was the general fi.hng of ti„ agatataM o| POLITICS RY LAMPLIGHT from page 3 s well versed in all the (rfc itorj long pagaM S. Evelyn and were in" 'collecting their empty botUes ,| lf Ml „ KI „ ls p^ n belwvad .-.d ..**£ thnm.ghou, 'he. island MUl> jnri Mr t( t 4'^a :>ften has to lyde asia! ""'.'.T u u T* ai 'naners" he said D which wu rarotli undtrwhlch •" f !" 'SUon Cok.". „,*'?',' ,,',>, ,;„.'": join, „p,|„. „ „,„ com U p 1^ • M"l m SU-Jlhrly,, .„. "JJ1 Sj'STi!!".. MUI open lo tramr. The repair, T^JT^i. ?"".'* Tr ? p Wit Were slan.d ,rtf. Ih. nu visoM '' ""f "" %  P~rl> n.M* "C.ess. They ulso collected in arx)ul U1 %  'nal we m wutlesi. the ,!,v ^^*V' ""4 "•" "f" "" Thursday. er.*cd. dirty. The onl. u,,,,,, II,., CoooiTni ,nJl *?.""/ 'V* " F 'i<'> "nd Saturday the ComJ 0 "'' "f "•! we are dead' woanul c.mve. St. Jceph. *re lrmer 0 Tixiop did Ihelr jood Thouh when I t.mk dek MM had -—TV! *!*"" %  Tlw temperature turn in. the Belleville. Haulm*I" %  I" America I know a lot L f" Sf** 1 ^ 5 Fahrenheit in thu nd St. Iaiwrenef area" The tolIhem up there were praying Hint *''£* ls -'• chp<,l,l, ' or "ex! I should die. Praying lot 'in "??*• what sort of men are llicv '" Monday and Tuesday. VMCA Hi. nral moled wu the cost of 1 S?Pi ,._ living and IU relitlon to the price i Fuday ai. S^uTday. C.U-d ,„,7'duw^for XTGHT. ^,,n,K .., v, r „ srsSLW! "r^z*' Scouts IS required from each troop. t(i ( ,iit the starving w,-v.>.. „. ,A Senior Lecturer In Morbif %  " %  %  % %  dftriel u being J',' „,, ,' >"' "" " '" \'•' "' Analomy. Dr. c Bras. M.D. an", laektod, t„ patrol, rnav !,,< !;;'"" " ,n, ". ""' "" *" a Senior Lecturer In Chemical needed and the Scoutmaster will 11.. ,._ ,,„ ,.,. Pathology, Mr. L. VrW 11 Sc '< % %  informed. The Scouts selected „,'" ," l " ,n c "' "" '"" *B CTTB., have been p pe.lnted ald <~ prelerably Over 15. of ^T :;,„ ".'' ,":"." jo th Universilv College of the reasonable intelligence and capable """'" •',lii..,l„ii l,. ,,„,. ,,,.,. West Indies. ol ,|m,o.„l„„ c people in 1 correel ' %  h ave to put the children In J Dr. Bras was educalcl In the '" %  '""" Hs-n..Tiil,.-, Hie Filth T" 1 """ !" Lducation is th, ,. University .,• the Neihc" itid Scout Uw. only ll,„„ |h.t u ,eo|.l, •,.. { lndie. and l.ughl ,„ the Medical WEST INDIAN JAMBOBBE I „ ,.,''?,,,!','," 1d '"„',, '"•" enl to tin. School at Salcmba Htaipllal JAMAK \_U12 miciopbonc. ..ftcMi Mottle] Batavia. He .., priMmer "i The E-^ltVs. \^,„TitL ,,„h,d been genii, .udged ln.„, i... war from IM2_II),5 „T ','J, .,„ !" E ,'" "")' < "mmlltee have |,„id hi., l„ l..| liuu knon UUl his neiui. Malaya. Th.il.na „„u jlSlcito M^rrti iw n^c.v h. '" '"' "'""" A,ul "" te 1 •'• ,, a. the Medic.1 £„,.,, ^IS^Z^U^l.ZuU !" £ <* P"' •' expected. The cost Is going to \f f lxed "' Mld ""^e cost of Ilviug ..was educated at high and the standard .,1 qtuulllh ""l" l n nd rising. I for selection will accord"*"• lo wait a w^iole year Is fore \ in Bauvla. s.,*^'. Wu was educated Victoria College, Mancheite England. During In. gBM with Its. 3ov,l a,"I 1 '' "• %  hl h "'•• **"•'" who %  "W price is ned and wo nnlj W ^^ lumber %  Hardware >| Medical Corp, i,. sSialeli^ "? "" nkl 'u-ol oaulilyliu. for <;. teh upiwh it I only hope, and \ cJ3 *^* DH1W Ba, Slreel. < pTJolo., g\m l|rS?lU. SB** *okl at least t„ tol told Mr. Ik.ttomley n,„. th.1 > \\ t and Au'lr HoT l., ..',,J.oVi 5ai "' u '"' lr ""P '" %  wn „h ,. "Hi the price or British ,,!. %  ^' %  ^ %  • % % % % %  • %  • %  • %  W.w.w.'*.-,. .-,•.-.•.-.-.•,-.-.•.-.•.. %  .•.-.-...•.•.-.-*• I .----_ ^ m ^^ m men, haT bee,, U..1 of C.^1; •" %  %  "> 'd something to' % % %  %  I" i--.ll we .,11 lalsvhu,,l \'^ !" ^r'**W*^**M,.vw+MSSW,*swwA k W ^M •HUlologist t,, the Soulhnort ,n,l waids tho cost ,s< puuite which those falling prices." >• \ i ; SkgK I Sg fag* Onnsk.rk Hospital, Groun in I '""' ^ "' ""' "'"" "' !l '' 0 When he had nnMhed .peakmn J .' B jggL^ggtgB Uncashlic 20O. Mr Fred" as he „ known. !• r __ ... $ fl>>aF • ^BSsP .............. ,. I L i .s #f win #v, eon /,.,,i iif/i ii II if HI II IHV4. climbed down from the lorVvTmi i If YOU Ve CO// Ivmnltlling HFAPQUARTKKS NEWS mingled with the crowd MOM•> The Executive Committee met apeakern went to the microphone, ff uaraa time, during the month of 'inrt the meeting continued far Into M > JITIII (ha Finance Sub-Cornthe night. i Iftaa hag, their first meeting on Wednesday night 30th May. They in general. Scouting can be a have been well attended and ven strong force for good in the 09 TotaajD Lawn members have shown o very keen conuiumitv, 4 nd if thing* go .ion has been interest m pushing things ahead, according] U plan its presence affiliated to the Lawn Tnm* Oui plan, for mvrl..pmcnt and should soon be ver% ipoan Association of r.nglnnrl. Mr Prank expansion are big but we need ui l.n-kle the n>b in true Scout Koai is to be^Trinidad's represenUthe co-operaUon of .vi member Spirit with sleeves up and a of the Association and the Public cheerful .smile. T. A. H ;; 7'dad Lawn Tennis Asin Affiliates With U.K. 'Bird..!,-. Ad*oc*W rnri'ipunilrhll PORT-OF-SPA1N. May 30 The Trinidad ; Tennis Asxocii tlva in Londoi OR KGW^StfAWWjWS*,^^ W//MWVAVAU N IU I* AI KIM. TUeif Never Change Gear... — bur you wouldn't eipect fn>m them the performance S which you gst from your Fordson van or Thamei Truck. To ensure contiououi economical running from your Fordson, *< use our specialised service facilitan. We supply spares and ;* repain at low titr j pricts, and our Ford trained mechanics do tl'-e work quickly and thoroughly. ^ H^tynut*,ihi ISMII 7AOMMI Tnuk,? W,cmMiyauMob**iMm,. \* f FOrdSOIV Mm* +7Kmme$Tn*dc* CHARLES Mc ENEARNEY & CO. LTD. we advise you lo secure your material immediately. WK CAN HRLP YOU WITH 24 GAUGE GALVANISED (ORRKiATED SHEETS in the following sizes:— 6/1. 7 ft. 8 It.. 9 ft-, 10 ft • TUT CENTRAL EMPORIUM BROAD STREcT W W W it I ^ wwv.-.vo J vninM|||)i i | l| |> OUR ANNUAL Its here again our Annual "B14> KALE". $76,000 of Merchandise alt Cut prices at th< MODEL STOHfc, corner Tudor & Broad Street. This year we have a greater variety pi stock to choose from, and for 10 day.Bridgetown shall be boom in* with Chilli i FREE OlrT FOR LAMB! 1 pair LaaVa hoea Valued i $10.00 if $5000 or more is spent Nai ApsiifBMr la aaaHveawi Goods again. READ CAREFULLY AND COME TO THE MODEL STORE .SALE. J GIFT FOR GENTS li S '.IM.II is % %  i..-n: I Case Jeffreys Beer >l \KPll..M, |a S.lr.m.,, TRINTS—Washable and guaranteed fast. Thousands of yds. from 55c. -'.8c. per yd. FIGETTES Tiiik and Peach, from 41c— 57c. per yd. DOMESTIC— 32 m* in width reduced to lift, per yd. FLOWERED LINENS—usually over $1.00 yd. Now BSc per yd TAI'ESTRIES—In several beautiful shades. 36 ins in width. Now$J.37 pei yd. INDIAN HEAD—in pink, peach and blue, 34 ins wide at 67c. per yd. Heavy Quality CALICO—at 60c per yd. LINEN SHEETS—70x90 at *4.M each. Fine Itotled VOILES—suitable for children evening dresses. Now $1 08 per yd. SEER-SITKERS—in most beautiful pa*tel shades, and useful In uny department of the home Now $1.28 per yd. j LitklanduiK 0*1 of 64V). PRINTED PERCALES — shades & patterns atthe V OUR DRESS GOODS DF.PT. Is to he replenished with some of the nuwi taaoluaUni tobtica for the ihicnndnatc shopper. Your visit to (hi) Dept. will he fullv justlned. CREI'l-S .v (Hill HI (HIM vnnclv o( shade* at $1.29 per yd. FLOWERED Ll'Xl'RY CREPE— uiuble for Evening W?ar Reduced to $1 DC per yd. PRINTED SILKS—of French Design at $2 Tfl per .y|. FLOWERED MORCAIN — in '.0 beautiful %  hades at SI.92 per yd SPIN SILKS another d.iilv w.mted item. Now 84(. and 97c. per vd. Stock 5.000 yds. In 25 baautlfUl LADIES FRENCH SETS" ?-->i'-.v Now 3!>R per set Thio i-. your ehanre to ulu itn elean< nid mi— it. Man> more Iteaas not mentioned SINGLE PETTICOATS-$2 57 each. NIGHT DRESSES r,on. S3.I0-$J.48 each. SILK P\NT1ES—selling oul % %  BRASSIERES—trom 93c. up. MERCERISED COTTON PLAIDs washable item, and ideal foi Work Shlltg. KABE CREPES J. PRIN1ED ART -ill. at 98c per >d PI-ASTIC t'MBRELI_AK-at $1 6


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SUNDAY JUNE 3. 1M1 SIN'DAV ADVOCATE PACE ELEVEN HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON WCKEY MOUSE \3L .•:.. %  — BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG irS OKAY -I FOUND %  SOME BAN ANAS •I CAN BAKH THE Pig ^^ THE LONE RANGER t i JWH^\^HOWCANt^fFOR -AN,**"* YOUR IMAN j R)I?1AU YOU V PAL TOOK sf HE IrXA^lNELEE'AHtti A>*Y'M SA"2' BY FRANK STRIKER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS v,wv --MOOS VOU'QG TMG ENCYCLOPEDIA .-. :..' v aJRf TR* *. i .A. .. ../. -'.' %  %  %  T..\-v •.., iM so r-' %  OOF A KIND( gw-*n*> MO^-aHj-XXIVE OJ6T A L |TTLE MG*0-0 CtVEe <—. AND Vr6rT CU NTBPC^TED •J n6 TSAVEL& AND VOJ'LL SOON FOOOBT VOUQ : -.hi % %  /. I BGWT-8UT I OOWT %  <*7 MUCH 6A*PUtTHYWAYBE H6l_L PCALIZE L_ MX I FEEL : • %  .. %  • I CAN'T OO A %  %  WlTu MM-He-5 -WT A l\. .CACWTHa AND I I RIP KIRBY :v OH .JIST TH U9UH. ...auri&D SP6*:> LA9T ttEfiK WITH LeiLASWftJTO.ANCl P SHE KEAU.V BY ^ALEX RAYMOND, H&K ..THATSHVUTrt£GJKL IVMOA1HVS THE PHANTOM LEE FALK & RAY MOORES THE BETS OfF? j'lTALKEDTKEM ,' 1. :% % %  .:-i %  -..:.-. wnyxjoo. %  VOU MUST Vl WD. I MUSI TELL HAVETAUEDl. BANAITSALL 'AST. HWWNDEKFULY ALL '1OU VE GOT THAT NIGHTMARES TO WXBYABCUTL OVEB'ICAN / ISSWIWMIN& HABBW BELIEVE/THE CHAKNEL" T/ .,— -WAW THAT'S PLENTY r" \ BC PHANTOM THINKS Its ML'. are m weirr KNW ucef THAT BO/ WEND c* HEBS MADE ME EATCKOWIN POBUCMU. SET EVEN T JUSTV/ATCH? sis the 6i* *. II M. k ..* ..,..,. 1 Gordons Stands* Sup'i&mji IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPEGAL offers to ail Cash and Credit customers for Monday to Wednesday only Pkgs. Kardomah Tea i Pkgs. Moirs Chocolates Bars Blue Soap 2 Bars Usually Now Usually Now 39 SS RICE 4 pts. 28 %  • 10 ,.... I Tins Cooking Butter 1 lb. 86 B:i 108 l Tins Klim 1 lb. 148 IM D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street A CATERPIULA R TRACTOR IS THE SOUNDEST INVESTMENT FOR THE SUGAR PLANTER &f RELIABLE &f POWERFUL &f ECONOMICAL &f VERSATILE &f LONG LIFE &f ASSURED PARTS SERVICE YOUR CATERPIHAR DEA LER IS ELECTRIC SALES & Tweedside Road SERVICE LIMITED Si Michael '.W.//,v,',v//,v,y// ,',','','/.'.'//^-V.V/ WW//AV/A V* &'/•/.'/ ///•^////•/rtV>V//*V#VV Your Hair can be if thai) '' 1 ertam •thamroog. Itecnuw It'i more ccoefnlratad Your wholo family will lovr wonderful, emerald-clear 1'M'II -KII a ]nine-size tube today! ASK FOR lHKI.L TO-MORROW 5 There's No Other Shampoo Like EMERALD— CLEAH I'KELL! .. V^///.V.V/AW///////.V.V.V.V/^V.W,V.V.V////.V.V/.V/A.V////^^ I



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PACK TWELVE • LMiAl ADVOCATE -I NDAY, •" sl 1MI CLASSIFIED ADS. TlLEPHONl 1UI Hirthi. Mamaf* or Enguvmaal vtouKi'i in i.nb Calllne tha .'lars* niv f.i an, lumber of word* up ts H and 6 (ml. per word lor •act .Idtlio:-1 word Tfrmi rash Plv.rte EUR between S30 and t pin 3111 for Dealt Metiers onl. afl*f 4 111 KTOs Family BTatcfiill. ... .. .. %  ledae Ih, •anou* Hprnuom of atanpathy tan dared her and Hunk alt who attended the futirr-i B3*M -if-lM or In ai oihrr •)> rennered aaMrtance on II (•Mid "P.. Thomhury Hill. Ct\ Ch. bar. Cultac 3 SI—In i RAM.LIR The (Handler*Family be* m to rHurn Ihs'iMs to all tho— kind (Mends who MM w.e..lh.. WtWn of '"iKInUiur or in fwti recent i*rn.ii mi cauacd 3 of Ruin Bjlsanoi chandler i INNliftn The family of Ihe latr Daphne lone Pinneiro, !-.•. %  witi. de-pest *ppruliim. all tho-e a, Mo attended thr tunmljwii r*aUw. letters of nniiuihv and for the many %  eta of kindns-a* randartd ihem in then lli latr Mm ihantts to all lor atteftclitiB the f ineral, and (or wrem.t rard* t..i inter, a C larenrc Rnvaxle M, A Mi. Wllltairi .> 'kmii IN MEMOKIAM MU II A IJ %  ..,,* memory of mi deer beloved huabond Charles Conrade Marshall. who departed Ihli 111* on My %  1M Thru yean have paurd imor thai >ad d*r Whet thr rawpeeted E*\ei lo be (emetnbned by Dorothy Marsha,i larif*-! i.-rtis Marsha mother*. I *ani Dffl • Mbrptad (Mil 3 • 31-1. MlaES—ln lovlna man infr and mothar F. who -— laid to real B-.-n br th> rain Coda way la beat. Thou art In his at Prtdk Wm Mil%  IhW* Mitchell Ifta) • crlMfc i Aletlr. Nile FOII .SALE nfi S^n-lav* 34 loo.d. — %  > I 3 Cfi.li a urd .... . .... .*....dj„. AUTOMOTIVE > I.. Mali St %  tfc lat; I ram N<> .. i (Mii.->i <; %  ;. CAHS IB30 Morris Minor Saloon uno mitaa IMS Wulaelry 14 Salooi O.ooo mllaa Ford Va 1141 Tourer ..it Hi,..il Oarage Trlrphoor 4 % %  01 .& SI—Id. I 1347 Fr MT, mllrai* 30.0M WoaUnoroland. t 1 3.91 -ti MOTtlRCVClX Vri— %  cycle — L.E Modal. 14S c. l NOTICE "Apfatt ..t-,1. fo> rl thr St "..harl. Olfta 1 awMMl, •rill h b> tha undaralfnad I H-' th Jun3 I3l ha d.vifMrr. a| prnahlonaas In iWalWnad cirrto.iainr-r. and muai be > r. %  lhan iwalv. n,t j„l: HOUSES %  Vird. Vacant Dial Sill IffSI A tiiln %  With an >npl"Mii Imn. oliUlned th Parochial Trrmauwi-t Ofrlea Tha roti'iirr aaainlnation .HI nc M at tha St MI.IL— i otrla' drhooi ( Sat>tfda> Iflth Jun* 161 al til ^ .„ P W S3COTT. i-l.il. T.. th.3M. Philip 30 S3 *fl lfl AU3Uftl.ll RAI. AIU1 ACT. ItM T-t tha creditor* holdinf apaeialtv item -l.i.' MAVNAD3 Pfanlltii TAKE NOTICE that T I owner or th. above named plantation. .. lr.,1., of *4.0BU under Ihe provision of the above Act. .•BMlmt the Bufc-ar. UoUaaea and othet rtopa of Ihe ..Id plantation lo D* reaped in lai 53 >v haa yet been borrowed . IF. st the laid empa Dated this 3011. d..y „l Ma,IfUl T E. rfiHHfv .. it-a, VAN!I— New Mortis CowVry „ !" j Tp J ID rwl Vans Last chance at old price" Morris t flaloon and Two Dooi Minor *UIIOMI* all on hand tor imuo-u tfrtd dai.veiv For! KOABI GarBir Lid. Telephona— %  ** J*'. r'-ln POULTRY HOP While Lcihorna. New a. Rhode liL-.nda. Plymoutn hlle and BUck (Slants l t rk> old rrr.m USA Oordn-i (ilaumaui. CWlUtullon Hd 3D 3 1—3n ELECTRICAL n-Aawtl.iaHTS 4k BATTXPIF.s T. fell riaahiifhtf with larf* (iK-iiuing Hefr-rtari tl.*1 aa Three call at 11 M each I', illfhl. whirl, clip into your pockel l.ke a Pan—Only |1 03 At Co. O W Hii> I'JJ-KiarEtlATO* -Crossl* rood worklnf ordrr. ver< MECHANICAL GOVERNMENT NOTICES CELKHRATION Of TIIK BIRTH DAY OK HIS MAJESTY TIIK UNO A %  !. :.'..t %  !..! Paradr will lx < Id on the (fiitrisun Savunruih %  B %  .m. on Thursday, the '.th .>f JufW. in hunmii of thr hii iiui i> ol a Km*t. DtlachKrcimcut UW Il3ib.iilui i'uliic FIIMC mill th.' ii.iiLi.ui...' ( itdiii O i)' will tak* P-.r!. inul :h* siilulc will be taken L in. Bxc11enc> tiu Oovfmwr 3.6.51—2H. Applications ar UtVltOd lur the vacant post of LiBbout CMnmlsklontu, St. Vincent. The poil i: lonabldj find i .ill ic.. %  ., ... ..i i h i %  -.. ..IU2.4U" N $120— si.Bttu per annun .i:h TTaiuport Allowance of $514 ptjr iimniMi and Coat of LlTinj Allowance of $253.6 l.ibo.trt is, to il>Nl with all depute netween labourers and employ, and to perform any other duties that may be allotted to him frotime to time. The successful candidate will brequired to pass a medical ex amination Me will be subject to taxation in accordance wtth loral legislation. Applications should be addressee lo the Administrator of St. Vimeti' to reach him not later than 30th June. IDS I Certified •opl* B *• testimonials should be submitted 2 t; 51 in F. C.PRESCOD&Co. CONTRACTORS M. il. i n lluililui r:\Qluslvc I>elan> I \pcrt \lorkmanhip -IIIJI ^0B- I'SFD & MINT STAMPS of the Hntish West Indies. At the Caribbean stamp Sorirt>. No lit. Swan Si NOTICE AD Cn DM i pi res. and prison* wishing io qualify as Umpires, are invited to attend a meeting at tho Chollenor Stand on Monday, June 4th at 5 p.m. THE BARBADOS CUCKBT ASSOCIATION. INC. BIC'VCIJ; One Ladies Haleii M.idel Hood condition Owna !!. i.d Price tSO 00 or Mean Telephone OSII III pie*-on-Sea MISCELLANEOUS ANTIfJUrs Ot cverv deacnption files. China, old Jewali, An Silver Walei-oLiurs Early hooka. Maps. Autoitrapin etc. B l CJoTrinfcs Antiyin%  hop. adjoining Royal Yacht Club 3 B 30—t f n NOTICE ApphcatMni lor one or mocvaranl *li Mirhaali Ve*tr T r.hihin. rison Cnllec will be ir.^ivr.l M Tn-tierlt of ihr Vaatry up t.. l. TLeada. the 13th daol June IMI %  in.i.t be tha anna of parishioner, in siiiiiiei.rd rlrctimatanrea and mi..i be iHim b-tw.n, ihe 30th Sept.-in%  I tha j-th M....I. laaa m M proved by | TUptis ii.ual accompnny th. Fnrtna til Appllca from the Vcatry Cl.rk'a Office By Order. E C REDMAN. Clerk, St Min | 1 • il-*n FIAT Hi Furnished rial al Dui.de, m Lawrence rj.p. Suiiabl* tor 1 onlt • !" .nl Appl, o. Phona Mtw :. M if, FlRMKHEp 3T-kT, Pavl Available for appro*irr*tri> %  Van tth July Phono jm 3 V In ii na RANI* H.,i %  ,,.,..,. lM i .odeen Kefnaeratn, Ne1. palhtad With %  ;""-"lable PtmtiMre Brodahaw , C I hone ftrj gjj, ^ TO ><3U| Tom. UK Catllew.-.h f„r the I %  Dial 4(H or 4114. Sl *" --WRENaoOL'KT' I'aim Beach, llaa|. Jnaa. Cool. OiniforUMe. t„ fa, n npl"*. Near the Se... open %erandah*. •.ions, •N.II.K „nd dining room.. 3 beclrooma. kltrh-netm. pan try. lollets and bath, runnlni water and alectriclly aaiai.. aim enrlow-d yard Available from Jane l-l AppK: C E Clarke. J Swan SSiret rw;,| H3I or 13*. an s si-Tn NOTICE VOTICE w IIEREDV OIVEN th. n I.HIKII, ol tha 0* St aeet-BW lo r.uto be ,, li.to the Me ,.e of Aaar i.l. ( %  v,— | I Pan ah ,MU|. S :• Wand red B Dated th.l.i n.ie(| J i., iMi CAKRINOTON A. SF_ALY Solkllor. to thr Vr.tr. MUhwoi NOTICE 'TICK IS HKrtKIIY OIVIN lh,.l It UH Comrril-lonera raf or the Parish ot at Oa.rit be introduced Into the H..uar of fhu laUlid n Ullt to a,i ma the Hid>>'.'>! %  Act, ISOO to reduce Ihe amount of ComrTHaalon payable to 1ha Parorhul Tremum under taection 4* thereof from st per eant to four Dated this lot da, of Jure I0S1 CAKHINOTON a. S&AI.Y %  oliiltnrt l.i Ihe Mid Com ml t Holier t IBM ;t. ( i SAII; IM in II SALVS r.-ul SIJO on f*-dai,f. par opera line on ucc*-da* r pe. opctc tiae on SiiasUivi karpe fl. SO on taaeM-dap. REAL ESTATE nt'ILDCVO: New wooden buHdlna mm-M J reet witn floor built lectlnnall) -iniivji Shingle roof l %  nuttai window* fhiitable Rimple rotiJWBJM into three Tenantry houac* Fuiiher paMicular*. Dial iT4 I S31-3n ai'MJAlX>W—One newly built BulUu %  at Billion. Croaa Road. Ii I ral stone, and hai a sah.i laiaae. Lavatory A Seoti. Maaaj l*l-3n CAR PARTS |4 m m Kpaii Ci'ir.ol. icaihre. UtaeMtn many other llama. Rnuli Tyre IV Phone 3SSU k Pli.B. • at lh. %  ah |„| liver, IHaoepsUi, Constlpallo %  tal InteMlnal troubles VAN 111 i'. %  •aiiv.liitad. lo. InlanU .nd .lul.li.. %  III'V. lii'ifTU'leniv, CnillveneaHi Ev'I'IfOKVAL granuUted. for Infan and children Di||etive dlaturtNiiHt Voi.iltlnB. etc SALICYIATE tablala, for At i • III.iinr rbeiiiialitni. Chronic rhetimi i Ml", Rheumatoid pa'". G ""' A.lhrlll. etc i laboratories ANA. FRANCE. Ol: inable at LKADSNd Dmuiiu I 31 3l IIAIS1NB 4ilr per ll> old Split Peas 13 Tudor St.o-t III STEltLIMJ SILVER Lunch Knlvn Specimen Vaaa. Card Case. Old l-.dle i..n-t Plato Forks Spoons, etc Team' Snani Bowl O. It Crawford. Rockle' Terrace Phone BEH 3 8 5l-lli till NtlON II MRU)BI -si nTwo barsalnfl. One rum Machliiflcf FaVO Mnhlne. ..he new Cold W IM UlUni AS tkimple lot of Ladlt II.I.SS '.IU>1' lutlful hmdlei ,H, RHOAJiWA^ 1*31 Ji YACHT Z3-fool MoloKeallal, DWa marina enflna. aaally handled by .. BMBSM 1-... hm cruised Intrr-talaod *ij three aboard; all acreawrlri Teleph^i ^4I > a 31 .3 (IOYEKNMEM NflKI DKI'ARTMKNT OF CDl'CATION s in iiivite.i fron other suitably quali for the foil w.i; Application %  lied peisoiis MlSt OUH< Girls* Hculnh oiiw St. Martin's Gills' St Mattings' (Jills' Shrewsbury Hoys' (men onlyi 2 The minimum qualiln-.itio for entry to the Wau h Inj ,s a School Certirtcate. 3. Applications must be submitled on [he appropriate forms (K. 3 (b) for men ami K. 35 (ci fowomen) wlmh n 'rom the DcpBrtmcnt of BducaUOn Nil Mndlftnltai who tMVf) .th...it.ubmktted one ot these forms i. espcci of previous vacancie now iill.-d) may apply by tOtH u.oiiMi.inied by a receiu tcsli 4. Any •cachcr who applies to oo the %  tafl "i .inoihi,INI inform his or he' '.<•: % % %  : I ':..n %  i.il. %  ',... % %  %  .ud the Head Teacher of an aplication for such a transfer 5. All applications must be enlosed in envelopes marked "Aa,iiliilmeiit. Hoard' In Ihe top lef ii nd corner and must reach thr '>cpartnicnt of KVIucation b: !)th June. 1951 Caai.l-ir are warned that ranvaas%  u: will disqualify %  : 3R.SI In NOTICE hereby bra to noiilr Fti €l ._. Cuilomara and lha Oanaral fMbii* that BM plat-er of huilneaa will be cln^d froi Monday 4th until Monday IBih in.i A I. WA1THK. IB. Hlah Slieel 1 91—In H IIOS 4 IV II Sll(\ II I ASrtOCIATION An Bubotflinate BawployaM of in .anou. UOU Orpl'..re nked i Ii .> Th'. for EBOO with a flaaall Dep.,.,1 and Eaay Terms — A iMNrablr SfM' Spa.loua Cotlaar i3 IMro n. a — | Jr> I with Bailn, at Ch Ch Main Rd Near oiitini. Varj Good Condition and Location. Modern Con van lei'COi. Via* -.-a. So-cioui Yard an. loaed with Sto BlMHil S.dSd tq fl Vacant. C Me for l-irc First Class CH. Stonewall hu>i la PremlacAr ResldencCah-r.i/. Roof. No Distance from Ihihid St l.irm GaJ I Partly I .'oaed, Very Good Condition. Modern I C'lnvriUrncei, about 4 000 -o. ft VasaaL Ycmra for the N*ar*~M Offer to EIJBO. 3T..rtraa if Hoqulied A Cinch to Clinch A Stiperie [.,,„. „„, s„parb> Conamicted I tledroom Stnneunll Runa.low. Good ni New. Bkrlualve K-identl.i %  III) AIIOMI nrt kmii) a ftMIIHa SCHOOL • PA.VHa TOWN IAMAKA II W I TWO ASSISTANT MA STUBS *. %  A fiadnata in Enatllah. :|n Hirlorv ' Ouarathy aa subaidi .' Baaanuiation. which will br hold al the GtrlaFoundatlbci Brhool on FridA.. July 8th -t • SO am by the Head faVawaaf Far* of application which ran ba ol.taifd from the Secretary W H Kfltoa, iu, Mxh. i muat ba ratuinad to tha Sacra luBrlhei •..'ti Knd JoraS, 1931, %  MBS W H ANTROBVS. •*T-UI, u> Gov Body Chn-' '' .rrh Oirta' FoundaUun Scl—.1 >. BlSn mmm ma SHIPPING NOTICES C.IKLS' FOINDATIO.N SCH04.I ENTHA.Sir rXASINATlUN l'*l There n.ll be ,ki iiiation Apt.lkallona mutt be rradr on a Form Abialnabla at the School .-.nd muU be axompanled by a Birth..Baptismal Cn tlleate and a teatlrnonial ol Good Coi.d... t from Ihe Last school Ol attendant' ito—i^n dale lor raillamg application Will ba htsay, atnd June Can.I..1..Irs are asked to be punctual aiParenla.auardla.il are requested to Move lha School .Premise* by I S I i on tha data of examination, as accommodation cannot ba provided | U ALEXANDRA SCHOOL BNTRANCB EXAMINATION 1 The eaamluallon for antrancW IB •teptrenber 1341 ,<• well SI arahlps ..nd Ve.trv Eanll.ltiona will ba hald from SM a.m lo 4 p m on Friday' July 8th for all randW.les ho -ere Ml over on 1st Mar.n laai and on Baturdav. Tin for YOUNGER CANDIDATES. No i.ppllcanta who war* over 13 yean on l-t Match 16*1. will .be. accrplad. 1. Parents and BUBfd'ans win. i>h tlatlr d..i.arM>r* or wardl to ill tnlt. asaminalion and havr not already Bllcd, In .iiuutition form) are advwd to obuln them from tha Arllna Headn ulr.n aa aoon aa possible These lorrr.. muai ba returned not laler lhan Monday, Snd July and muat be accompanied by a birth or baptismal certificate and a short tertimonl-l from the Head of tha achool Bha hai last attondad. statins her . %  -. profT GAZETTE NOTICE The TrafHe Ull.h'd in the Advocate neon Wedneiluy. ISth July 4. Parent* or tuardlane of Mt candidate! will be Interviewed achool on Saturday, 31st July at P .p. For R'enl IMMEDIATE POSSESSION Upstairs PREMISES No. S3 SWAN ST. Lights, Water & Other Conveniences. Also No. 6 SWAN ST Upstairs Premises i m v\i linos. Dial 3466. Mi-slinif nl DIM Ml fcilmdav tth in.i a| I JO pin ahnr| AGENDA Ba-CoM-of.Living Allowances e* %  A E 1.KW1S. SeCT'laiv .,1 D1 Mill llli.H \ Petei :, K TAKE NOTICE! t the above Plantation am abut I ..I,t i|n n loan ol CEOOO under lha pmvialons of Ine above All nuain^t lha • ."I I in respect of lha Afi Irultui nl year IS31 lo USJ No money haa been borrowed undei tha Afrlcultural Aid. Act. IBOS. or Ihe above Act In raipert of an.h vear Dalad tins Snd day of June. 19S1 Haymans Factory Ltd. I is. .%  | r A HVN< m aa.si an AUatasar OLD IIARRISOMAN SOCIETY Annual Cionaeal Mrrtlna Friday June lilh 3 p m at Hanlson Collefle AGENDA I Mlnutaa. I Secretary*. Report and Fliiancl .! Rtiitement J Klr.lion of Officers 4 OH Dinner 5 Gereial thi-inr.. S (;TTTT-NS WAATfim PART ONE ORDERS By i C0l J Connell. ORE .ED, Commandlna. The Bail*.!... Reiment BaMW, KIHht Ol Way to Sea. about 4 mile, j i %  .-,• %  QOfi | I ra S H d d LO* M* 1 Call |MI I,„ KOarh Anything in Real i RVIntc^ond Almmit Anywhere ftalSJBina laatlgasaB i i Bough". Hast 11 D F 1.AND: I0.OM aq ft of Lain 'illaac. St James, an r.rellenl imldma Apply I, M Clarke. I'\HAII>— Dr. MaikeiAdvance Parade In pontlon Commandant Local Fori-a* lir... Normal All lank, who are The i.'iiialndrr will wear medal nbi liihday Parade Parade : allow Ihem In will waor thei All i ANDSeveral a pot* of lend al Rel rnOM Road, ranalna fiom 5.000 to B.UO0 ->, It. Thr^e .pot. open onto Brim on I R.uid. imn Avenue and 11th Avenue "v reach of Ihe ri'y and •choola. %  At Poaeo n 'i R !" .I ova14.000 *q it. Enouah for a Bond alced ho-.se and a k.tchrn (ardan Water well already ilua Anpl. to DAn] A. Volt. MJ. I tine LoneI t.51 In i nta Reaimental i leadqiiartrrs at 0100 hnura on Thumdi nirt>ida\ Parade Maikeis will be railed fur al 01 ler* will have half an hour In which to form up UH v .lie them italleal on Ihe rijhl and shorten on Ihe lefti and Inspect thei volunteer who Is checked by hi. Co* Commander a* beina dirty will bc take part In the paiadr. after for aale bv B i i iii.ii al m. office, Victoria Street PR1DAV Sth at 3 p m AI.I TH/ i I RTAJM alaai or parcel of land 13 < l-rrho. In HIT* VII.I.AOF ON " %  ST JAMES with Ihe double r.-.i. hi i.ae and usual oul-oi'W-, • aim a well filled shop nttarried F inipeeilan apply to Mr*, Cotumorr IN pienu-es. Condi I Ionof aale In II Alt': iir.it M.KENZIK D'al 7*41 3 B 31-4, "Bur. I— Tunics. Shorts, Cap'. SI). Ram Ilrou.. Belt. PW W IOB, Ho-elop. ft BooU Oikrr Rank. Shut.. Shorl.. Berel.. noil. A Flo., ShoM A Bool* The Raf bad-. Keilmeni Drum a life :— Full Draw All rank, who are In powaaOon of medals will wear them waor medal ribbon* ('fitter, atieii.ima SB .pertaloi. will not wear P*N A Sword., Short Putirc. Ilosetop* medal* should I CAMr^ W,L H N PAHADE ON THVUSJDAY I4T1I JUNE. 1*51 The Annual Camp itarta on Friday 13 J.m SI. All tanks should report to St Annl„.t with then k,t at 10*0 hour, on 13 Jun 31. Volunteer, who have no! name* for Camp and are able to altend should do u.ll be accepted after this data. Volunrlothlna and equipment .nl.milted .... .'. %  Tlun-day 1 Jun I illrndlna camp ahoitM buna %  sued to them, wa.hina and If-aini i kit. i raia, balhlna trunk.. *nlf. That comfortable %  tonawall houw called "Mnr*in" altuala al Maawell. Ii rotslst. of open Verandah, drawin. and du ma mnni. 1 bedrooma. kitchenette < .'iv.m. room, and atand %  "-. -<\ 11 ..I land It I. l.i-.I' ilvdcd with Ireea. and la set In oft th.' II-%  i road. Plica attractive I'm %  'I.I i.-ii.iulins ,,|ipl. I.I DArcy A 1 %  31 -3n BAND riACTUI. There will be no further Band nrari cin ?"?"" OFrHr * ND OBDIBLV Orderly Ofhcar orderly Sarieant hen fer di.lv Orderly Officer Orderly Seiieanl Lleui P L C SSI 1 s RoblM M. L, D SKEvVES.COX, Major. SOI. F A Adiiitant, The Uaiuad... Ream %  MI 11 II' AUCTION HELP i (.int. artta .,.,1,1,1 | i, •riminar Hho can also U,u.ke cunased advcrmemenl* onl. I.ae with ihe above qualification* neee iplv In KMtina only lo Al leitl.ina Dipaunvanl. 1 31 t t iv AtCTION ffUl tr BOAT On Weilnel..v noxl fllh Ju.c 1*31 ..I n I... i win tail b* publk ..iKtion ..t irowne-. Bench. Bay Rlreet. Opposite t.,inaa,ila. One n-hlng boat called Ii Is 13 fl 7 It fl Ins. nd baa spar*, boom, eaff. balatice; ial1. md muaaa Muat ba sold. D'Arey A •i.rlt. AuelMHieer. IBM In OAltDENKII' Wanted for 'Cloud Walk*' .ml IM.incled l Cluirvh at • % %  I r r itsi' .v LADY—A > •lock record* AL*ne Aithui lung lady f->r h.eplr%  Grocery Depart miA CD Ltd :i | l| MANAOER for Slallonei, i.i Itrld.. lown Apply in .111111, Mall la I C/9 Advertlains Department Adv <'- IM in sit f •TEWot.i'-Ai'nri: previous experience White or %  ..IT,, 1 Wrtta -'.iiina . 3rd jui. Ita W H ANTROIllBecrrlnrv Gov B..IChn.t Church ClrU F.iiuMtauon School 3 • 313n UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER SKF.WES COX. Mai„ L F A Adjutant he Bar bad... I Boulogne Guest House I ^ si. lemsa Gap S — On The Se. — 8 MAPLE MANOR OPPOSITE HASTINGS BOCKS Tal. SMi. L BM3UBNB, %  t aaiaaiiM Kunutli: I IIANDI 111 We Will si o 21 Ofhcei QutJ hlch Inchtaoai— S,,uare a-d oblena Dlnlna Tables. VphoU. Chain Hamlet Mlooi Upholl Sofa M.hoii ornament Tables. Morn. Chair, .v I llahoi w.iiina Table. Cedar n.i | Top De.kVerandah Chair*. Nfl.lv %  01 namenl TahlBB. Hriblc* Chairs lolillaaj Caul T..I...'*.ms. Wat*. Taa H*"Vtoe Elctncloa.lrr .ind Iron; Spoon* i.ik. .1. Beraoaa Ci-nfoieumMagi* i „n and llrsda. Old Mnhoa | d Hi.-.-ins Table-. Vcr i ,i II %  Pine and Painted I Frcsac.. Wa.hsl.Mid.. ChamlhTT Ware l..i-der. KnchMi Cten.tU. Tabla*; paSJl U s.;.,lt, o'< ' Torma Cosh Bit AN hi K TROTMAN CO. \ll. II. IS UaUSBM "us UUItWAal • COTIICA — tth June 1*31 pj,s.iiferMat] i •a %  CONBOR—ISth June 1VI MB Hit 1 HA—fist June 1*31 Ml !*-!.ID PI t HOI 1M AMI AMSTERDAM •4 • OBANJISTAO I .th June 1*31 'NISI.Ill TRIMIltD FABANABIBO AND (JEOROETOWN 1 MI.MSIMI-llth J.,.,c IBB1. (OTTtt t-3Gth June 1*31. III. 131 B4h J .1. 1331 MM) I'a-aanBara for WI (Grenada & Atuba. r^faanK er. only fo* Sl Vn-ei t Sail in* MV "Car.lbef will acCORt Carin aral %  >* %  %  • %  , M %  i"* St Kttls Saili-ia F..day lit ) W.I NCHOO.NER OWNERS ASSOCIATION llnd.1 Conuiho*. Tel*. No. ***f Canadian National Steamships BUI'TMBULNB CAN CIIALLEVODl SB M.y l^DY RODNEY .. S Jui-e LADY NEXaoK ..30 June I-ADY RODNEY ..3* July Salia fall* Arrho* Salia -llfae Boiton BB*ROa*l T IMM : Jun* II Jun* 30 June II Juna July 'July 14 July 11 July AUR. • Am. U AUR. 14 AUR. MJI1MBUIKD Arrlvaa faaUa ArrlvaB fl.rbadoa Barb-doBoiton I^DY NELSON ., Mh June tth J,.rw lath Jun I-ADY RODNEY .. S Julj 3 July U July LAO* NXLBON ..r Ju V IJu!y 7 Au, 1-ADY RODNEY ..SSAuR. AUR 0 Sept. N B -Subject fo change without notice. All .-. bra. Paaaenaer Farei and i.ria-'.t tat-, oi Arrlvaa Arrive. Arrlvaa RL John H.lifaa atea dn Ral — 30th June H'd Jui— 1> July * Juljr t AUR. l. AuR. fl Sept. II SapL GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. — Agent.. SSR I Oil. 'Vllhost Olllnes* U NOT it L ul.r, USE FOR BEST RESULTS an CENTRAL nWMDRS LTD., Isrrat sution — i r ,i.,k.., si. LET'S "TOAST" i Thursday 7th with some IHE KING TAYLORS SPECIAL BLENDED HUM (With The Distinctive Flavour). This occasion calls for a good supply. Sec you get all you require In time, A REMINDER:—We again repeat to our Friends. Customers and General Public that we close for Breakfast from 10.00 a.m. to 12 (noon) Daily, except on Saturdays when we close for Hilf-hohcloy M 12.30 p.tn • sJMHV M TAYLOH A SO.VS LI IK IIKAI. l-STATi; "Thione in John M. Bladon's htlng look* as though It might %  tint us. Wo had bettor call and have s chat with hint aa I know from hi* reputation he will give us all the help he can and in anT case he usually has for sale everything worth having." JOHN M. BLADON A.F.H F.V.A. Plantations Building NYLON MISCEU.ANEOrS Year i mi.. and Caiibbean incl„din. da*. the Bahama. Guiana. |13 00 "'Dirt A apollna claan*. ar of Cl^-.hea. Dlshe. Painted ..nd ao>thln B thai look. Dim or i* Dlrt> JOHNSONS 8TATIONKRY 4% HARDWARE OIIIIMtl SOliVENIRS. i l -his JKWII.S New s'iii|ii,ii.-| opartted THANI'S "iFOR SALE CECIL JEMMOTT tvar pn.*ni. Pharmacy %  i %  %  .... UANTED T. DIM t'NFCIINISiUal House between I Worthing and Msawell .sratlde prefer I bf S..I earlier lhan Au.iirt nor later %  .l*r. Contact Hair. V I Aloah.,., I*r„,n, N.. 3JM C .. Ilote I. IBM -J-. ''^''''''^V>4<>00OOOMSR>OMW IODt.1. OF SORROW \ ii;. A an BIND AT, le "d. MSI . al I arlaek I \ %  at itad. I > A'.VeV/eV/.W/WrW.W' Ihr Barbados Aqualir Hub iMembers Only) Ihintrg the Hoi Weather i %  IgRiuRiit ioffering" rta irpiM'tmnltv of •ttaying In the I I KS atlBR RIM)MS. rates Double STOCKINGS LIGHT and DARK SHADES • BEST STOCKING VALUE IN TOWN looms, all wiUi PlivatR lathrooin, newly furnished. Dial ttU for Rales xnd Rearrvativn* ( ^V//W//,V'.V// fV///fV/'/ 1 .V,V.V//.VVV/fVV.V/*/V/-,J I ALTMAN S BARGAIN HOUSE /fills a BORDERED SPUN STORY You loo can look more beautiful and attractIYB in on* ol our many Bordered Spun Patterns S1.44 Flowvrwl Spun A Linens Pretty enough lor Parties and Picnics A new shipment oi ten deliqhted shades For Children A Printed Unn. gay and chriul looking 1.50 132 1.23 SI.."Hi per lair CHILDREN'S ANKLETS %  >- inrli lie. to Sir. Pair MMIIIVS LTD. Swan & Pr. Win. Henry St.. 1'lfsh Coloured IVylons You'll lov. th. clinginq flattery ol our F1e.hColour.dHos.trom 1.34 Huts A Show N.w Style, to meet one's size and price A BIG ASSORTMENT OF NIGHTIES. HOUSECOATS. UMBRELLAS, BEDSPREADS, AND TICK JSF" Com. in and see Ihcse buy. lor youraeU a THE BARGAIN HOUSE 30. fraaa Strwt — S. ALTMAN, Proprietor PHONE 2702 % %  y.::::;::-.::-.:-,-^,::;;:-. .-.VX.-X.-WM



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-Sl'NDA. MM :!. 1831 si NOW \IAOl All i" M.I 11111:T i i \" THE RARBADOS MITIAI I IFF \SSIRWIF SOfim. I\( I I.I.KNT I'KIH.IIFNS RFPORTKI) BV TIM: X1K 1ITY. At'TlMtY ATTENDfl BP1 c I M. MEETING The Changes In R.R.C. Programme Schedules Kflirclivp :trd June Mil be lank %  QMral Overseas ihese being the '' SIOJ.v In the interests of national econASSEMBLY OF GOD cliurrh in F*<' ; ">. MH" Crwiiiman. Mrssi.. May. Ttiere will be n-j earlv Barbados it a nourishing organisaH c Sealv. Vice-Chairman, c. W. Hanus. Tlie Actuary': j 0iru SM u^B area and i^" ,lh 21 c ,hurches ana a memInce, s. II Kinch. H. A. C. Thoa^liriendaUon was that, r.l this thr BBC will nt-t come oil tne air ^tr lp ^' '•J 00 B A vi. u uwrhcad, D, A. LucieIamount of $1,430,004 the sum oi 4 15 urn. whan UK M iiTi*l T Sj*ffi9? Jt?_." b ?l t ST'. 1 (DWMon). E. N. Pelham. il.309.I8O be paid as... 2'. pa* Faiths Barbadians Live By-15 The United Pentecostal Church THE UNITED PENTECOSTAL ""' :v-econd Quinquennia] Meeting of the I .'. Bcdcwltta Pi! Wedneday Mb May at which the Soc.etj\ F I A. was present. Pcla The fallowing PellcThoMers W5.11I j.i.l out ... Interim IViuua .tleiidance:— Hon. C, B. during the period and the Ml-mr remained 1,430. j; te-L. — II Bag JJf JSi 4iHue* diiiwuii • *a| ^ a ."...v.. Lrr^Ss^rs^ IllSKgnTs,. IIt holds that all followers of H',. '' *'**"' H ^^ br 0tWl th>t v *! Christ should he um-P,, ,^ ...... f* O. btoulr. A .^ I • rnprrv W, R. (Td ItttttNTV on <'s which wr %  recently will continue on the 19, 25 and 31 metre band'. uth The GO.S. will also cease trail'It hold, that oil foil mittlng at 11.00 pm, so that Christ should be united those who used to tune in to faith, and th.n in order to be ii> North America at Christian, one should return to the that time will no longer i>e *,uie %  "'"leco-Tai church. That is. thev to do A few programmes have ulso changed times and among their %  re the following; J. B. Priestley's talks which used to u.on the air on Sundays will now f>n Fridays ui 10.15 p.m. No 5 of the series—there are six Uiiks in all -will be I %  I on The Human Body' North America on leottddjl will be heard on Thursdays al adherent 6.00 p.m. "Twenty Questions", which was heard on Tuesdays as Supervisor of the Church I: an nlt.-i i, iiiv. to -West Indian DMarshall. Will now be given J' wa^, about 1914 that Churche Wednetdaj at the same UBM "' t' m Uar U,ith WeT0 artl g!" ***. but some years ai be.m v, cm pkfe 11 up on the HS25 ^ TOrge PhllI .* ' N. Marshall, C. CWunne. J. H. C. Edghill, C. R, Arm.-trong. S G. Hunte, A rarm-ay: "One spiritual brotherhood, /• Mrs %  %  II. Davies. Miss A. I single body with a single I,ord, Bnuri..-, Messrs. K. S. Yearwood single faith, and baptism by H D. Browne, Hem H Al Cuke water and the Holy Gho-t C B E M.I..C .Messrs C R Tjdor a great deal of bud. „ \ J W WebsterC F. Allen. expressions by its member*. 9" ;' £ %  ?£• %  A a Bellamy, and t nuist be atoute. admitted, are not alwvi clear to • th Uatenar. This drmonsttati<„, D ln '-"miiienUng on tne Actuary's has earned for the memhers tha ,{r P"" covering the five year name of "The Shakers." but ihev P" !" r "' |N J-'nujiy 1H6 to be it to religious fervour and ''"' ''ecembcr 1930, the Chairman to their faith. Bon. G n. KM-IJU. M.L.C., said:— u'SSSS!'*"**—"'*" ~ ^S^ASS^E i and confirmed und adopt30.SS (Jeorge 'ted Penteeostal Assembly M l.v Ml Pelham, this had bl •JkUlM" "i. II I Iiileren basis. Proire af Ihe Saelely. Exeluiiini. %  onus addilion. tl„. Total Sun. 1 %  aci %  „.e R a,.ycles. ^ '£ JS^S^ I d l-ike you to meet . the local church The nni WukMbM IB the The denomination ha.. .. mouth tMS imme f„iiwing m the United States It "ereat Rate. Th to the W< i the title has a Council and each year this f f "-"t" had %  hown ..f I'.I Like You >'• M-et ." Coundl holds a gMMra] convocanw nl ri"'i from 3.79 [or the month of June tion to which the local church 4ul %  '9*0. On Wednesday, BUl lOtt Bmett la nd! a delegate. The (imvocal i in Guiana will Inbagnu in June and and la AAICIBM H. V. HotkMI. Fxiiiui The tMejafe* from B I i laniaf Timeum i bi irrent ) : spQI on 'his occasion be ibout himself, the latlon rcnerally. and the charsx %  well as the wider Hev. Nathaniel Rjaopp Capital And Lubour Mi inevitably ... the large volumi business obtained hao enabled this ratio of expenses to premium mecmc to be lowered to the very aniafiactory figure of | compared with 17.1'; in l*HI>—45 H. Wilkinson sa.d ..t Life As^ranee Fur.4. T • Mainly he ffj. *&£ ^*^ W1ii>icnl I'rourammes aruship among waterfront workThere are two musical proera but on the contrary it would grammes from London in the produce more work coming week m which w eonalderabH v-.lume %  ( i ui oaadad for the Valuation had been very efficiently done The Chairman then introductd the Actuary to those present. The Actuary's Report, i .ivl:i oeen moved and seconded, unanimoiLsly adopted after which I iy addressed the Meetng. Nli IVIham, in the course of Bn interesting and well delivered h congratulated the Poliryholders on the trenglh and pro*penty of the SocicU which he Mid nu one of the oldest In thp Colonial Empire. Much ol the credit was due to the Mar. gement .i-'u 1 from his experience since his arrival he was sure dial there need be no fear on thin account in the future. Mr. Pelharn was warmly applauded on taking ms se it aftei which t h e three Resolution %  forming this Agenda were de..h with. On the motion ol M Bynoe. seconded by Ml Armstrong No*. 1 and I nntmously adopead I Pnyment tir a Compount 1 Reversionary BoniK of 2 per cent per annum at the 31st December, U50. 2. Interim Bonigf for the peri, d 1B51—Aft on Claims 1 or Mslur'tv of The last item provided for i sum not exceeding £2,500 a recommended by the Dlreetori a gratuity to the Btafl The Chairman explained the IKMition v MK.II i (.onus ,ilre'id< C ld to the Staff and the reasoe theftnount no after which on the motion of Mr lotnl proflti for the O D Itenoe. seconded by Mr period amounted to iI.4Ml.M0k. C Wormed which added to the accumulated' unniumimsly .dopted. on the last occasion ol | A vote of thanks moved bv Mi nade a total of $1,536,024. E. B. Waleott brought the ver. s is deduct.-,! • ., eeasful proceeding" to a clow Aslhma Mucus Dissolved in 1 Day 1 I...4 %  ..CM. .-...-a) -e..K. ...at tl.--Q..- ••-•— .IPBI.1 ISloen Llk* a ia*y TMWUtl*. fonr • %  •ct.t ii#mA.iri. IT.. M>* IMI UM\*tr Bi. ao... w %  !.. %  <• iroi,t"t IhM ftbi-m* riv i-.c rovfuti. • nd That tlr *Pl tlf -Irp fill Thmlln-.f iifcur r-fi t.lthirt and Hlf: -MI I 11^, '"7tjr.il Al... -MM* U.'eae, I '" mm a ii Mhf .d -a, %  -x -.. •%  >. ( IKIll lajBlHq *" %  I' V : IHl %  Ill I >••<> hi a. J c> MI-UJI; her • .... ,,1.1 t| | |, %  (W*, .,..-, %  I*, -k, IM IS ..... •,..(. klHW ••>-! %  Ml I* •>•* %  0 O.-.J Kall'l inl. Iha I "lH'l 'i""' IwilWHI / %  -• ft '!.( %  -•. w4-4.r^ r-ie %  ;,• %  1-. t I aW • %  I SaM !• '-'-: • • P-.< ..H.iHi." 0en*fits Immcdiote TH" | r.t I h> > I WraasKo (e*. Il(ht <> % % % %  p /. %  ihtn. IB %  >• l.m < %  : A l n i eti" and rrmoi c.. %  pIM-cn. UM ru'ild %  I' II U %  %  lr*'f! ni •ft" ". „ .ai>ti<> Mt %  %  •' I I' 1 I %  ran ••< m •-,< P..1 at . ut I>*l>. •"'I IfciiV * %  "..< % %  I'" .alaill No A,.hrm, fo, fi> r Y ... ••• as. •.. •->"' lw "' l m ^,'; H brttor jim %  lU l"t KT Mendaco (•'''Vwiit-wiW-*''' •"*'' •4A'*M*BrC'Mi>i/o*llai /. eml-lv of T —w...w,,^ mt MUI SUM..S U.S.A. Als >"'" nai risen frotn *if..3s,52i organised "* Ul December 194? to *I9.33B.802 an increase for the live ream hie uf 1 2£W8I or 25%. important improven 1946 to an Fxpense Ratio. While expenses whole had butlng considerably to the profit of the Societv. I'rnflt* ad %  i G. D C. R CAIRO. Jt The Cairo Arabic language 01 wspaper Akher Lashsa said today in a dispatch that King Abdullah had decided to modify Jordan's constitution and proclaim '^ V £H^f B WIHl;lm %  P.-Mlieal step towards unity beMw work 'The Pil R nm s pTOgrt ..,,, ,, Jordan nn ,, lTaii in pr ^pa r which was given its tirit parn tion for greater formanee iome week, ago —Keuter. the fb Garden. Sir Btauart will spenk % % %  atrn p.m. on Wednesday next. „ nfl EnR | a nd starts 6th Jui Test Cricket The V match— b-i-.. > % %  n South Africa i Thursday Trent Bridge, Nottingham. ITJ of eieh day's pla ill be broadcast at S 00 p.m uu tagiaBja9 j e iiuj > gtae ;?



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1 PAGI 11 ii RTEEN SIINDAt ADVOCATE SINDAV. JUNF. 3. 1951 No Holiday For U.S. Workers No Overtime: No Gambling • Frewi r*r 1 ttir |l (American). Howii will not benefit from E MfMfll from yeu gel lo Ihe IS. A [| that j-ou have not been told I these thing*.' Mr Keil •Bid. I a .I! also b* MU tor board which will i>t SI.83 per day. In e-h of th. .it is .i Stale Compcn'ai .vhirh all employers are i mln an insurance law Md different •ion*. In nUnon, toi Lnttai are injured on the job you will not .mpensation until after • in WIM will onto have to wart three days and at the beginning of the fourth ill receive 70' | Ml n-Miiar earnings, If you are laid up for more than ten days the t will pa >v for the litre,I.IV row had to wait if you are *• nt to hospital or require medical he insurance fund covers .< %  said. lie told them that they will Ret nXfast between 4.30 and 8.00 a.m. Their lunch wlD M %  to them in the fields Th' v A ill be required to live in abbUi uu are leaving it lor i few Minute* Space made available by CANADA DRY far Safer Motoring. The Weather TODAY Sun RUas : 5 38 a.m. Bun Sets : 17 p.m. MOOD (New) June 4 Lighting : 7 00 p.m. High Water 1 36 a.m. 2 40 p.m. YESTEhOAY Rainfall (Codrlngton) .03 In Temperature (Mm i 76 6 *T Wind Dlr action (9 .mi E.8.E. ney. It is costing you and V'lir Government a lot of n.oney. Your Government has confidence and faith in you, u their representativesending you to do a job for good arapej Do not let them tfown. Take care of your money so that you can help your family. We have to go through a lot of trouble to gel foreign workers kg the t'.S.A If any of you men run away the emigration authorities will attempt to locate you. If you are caught you will be repatriated. It will cost your (iovernment money; you will have a bad record in iHith tinI Barbados and you will never get an opportunity to go to the t'.S A %  gataL We arc asking you to cooperate. work willingly and uphold the good name of yo island," Mr. Kell said. Mr R. N. Jack. As-sistaiil |„iho Commissioner, then read the terms of the contract to the workers. Mr Keil and Mr. Merenda left yesterday for St. Lucia. JOINT AND MUSCLE PAINS May maan ktdnay trouble A (nacboa of the kidneys is to elinuaate harmful impufitiasfrooi tea system. If the kidneys grow sluggnh. these impurities accumulate and settle and often become a cause of pain in joints and maac l es The way to tackle the tfoublr is to help the kidneys. They should be fined up with De Witt s Pilts the mediene made speiially for this purpose. De Witt* Pills have a soothing, cieansmg and antiseptic action on the kidneys that brings them back to perform their natural funcnoa properly. This weiltned medicine is sold all oei j the woild and we hae many I letters from sufferccs telling V of relief gained, after years of aulfeiing. by taking De Witt's Pills. Try them (or your trouble. Co to your chemist and get a supply OUR GUARANTEE Da Witts Pill; ... ssaaufactured under strictly hygienic condition* and the ingredients conferni to rigid standards of punty. DE WITT'S PILLS %  or Hidnr* and Bladder Trouble. c at rtOQIIOir. Na II JMVHM', VON ligKIIIII." VJll iw II HjVSAOABK UN V ^BVKBJ OVHAOQFt \1M Hi 1.1 S imniN SONS. They'll Do It Every Time BREAKING E16HTYU HSm LET *e V TilCH YX), CHESMJfOJ r I LINEN Hex war Sheets III > IM Each *'•*• ;o w %  =' Mx N ,. 5M Cotton Pillow Cases FLORENCE | OIL STOVES 1 All | OVENS • CITY . tim.i: in .IIII.M. '.. mi. vii IOIII \ vr. Cotton Table Uumask 54 in*, wide Per >ard S2.IG Cotton Damask Napkins !2x& Each S'" 18 x 18 Each 46c. Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street. !V,K;5K'.-.',',*,',',KM5K----*-t55tt WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED th* new Model "H" lor 6 volt Battery operation, and the new "H" for AC operation. R A Bolh Model H RADIOS leature "Twin Vieion Tuninq Both have that impeccable tone lor which PYES are D T SN %  HEAKS A", „.' %  ;%  %  I SHOT A SEVENTY) ' NINE! CAN YOU <. f O "• — IMAGINE rr ? „ V7 ( A, .^GSVEKTV-^INeUy^ V_ WILL YOU 'fws NICEOjt TJE GARBAGE OUTAN^ WILL X3U CALL JUNO 1 ?? HE'S O/EI? IN & ^^ YARD"~ sne*r I o W a gsge> , i w0 0 i>i> s P. C. S. MAFFEI & CO.. LTD.-AGEXTS FINEST QUALITY SEA ISLAND COTTON SHIRTS IN WHITE GREY BLUE TAN WITH TRUBENISED COLLAR PRICED AT .05 Each. C.B. RICE 8c CO. BOLTON LANE.



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?r. y % ESTABLISHED 1895 I1AKHADOK. Jl NE 3. IKI i RICI SIX CENTS U.N. PURSUIT OF REDS ENDS No Holiday For U.S. Workers, No Overtime: No Gambling Don't -Say "HrDidn't Tell" I/.& IHckers Tell l Em tgrnn Is "' QNE THOUSAND, five hundred and seventy nine workers have already been selected for the U.S.A. They have passed their medical exam inations. Approximately four hundred and twenty one are now needed. These will be selected this week by Mr. "Bill" T\ BT rf Resort Airlines and Mr. John Miller of Fall Pi-/er Canning Company. Western Govts. Use Delaying Taetietf Says Red Paper MOSCOW. J| Hi %  wmmfni to-day on lha tula 1 note to U Union proposing I ters' ConffTPm-c in N> July 23. But Pravda. CODimui organ rnrni'd (hibaadU ing tartlet" over today'fiom its own U.u %  Yuri Zhuknv The article said that ernmenls of the thin Dow*; !" were eXSrtJng %  • %  %  not ti> give n clear answer to the direct que-liciii ulu'Ui.'i a peaceful settlement %  verilai International out prefer also in future to follow the path of adventure" It Mid that in view of ihe Impending French elections, Westc-n diplomacy was i < genuity to scared inr i vi lay*. Under cover of U screen" of the Koreic Deputies' talk I Truman and Ins Generals were speeding up the : Atlantic Put M : .—Heater. Lorry Drivers* Resume Work LONDON. June. & Long distance transport Ionic streamed back on to Brll i main roads today at the end of the six-day unofficial strike of tie !2.00n ,iri\. r The men why itruck m protest against the Introduction ing" road patro! resume work following tnimont statement tliiit further discussions would be held on the %  Uojccl with their union Nearly all bM)g oistaoeo freight rarrying seivices in Ira are state run. About 30.000 drivers had refused to Join i Strike.—Reuter. Quake Rocks Guatemala GUATEMALA J A violent eiirthquiil.. terrified the populace, shook Guatemala city last Right and was followed by In I I n Guatemala i l.mited to cracked ceil overturned lamps. Then waff no reports ol serious In deaths. Authoritydaacrlbed the shock as one of "the mo in several years" Thi is generally nervous, but no fill ther tremors were icported th morning.—Reuter. tl ins aie about one I I 1 an %  %  %  %  . %  %  itioni Ml Ma: mi Kail o talk In Uta Stea to th* 1 ark in Wlacoi o %  paying veiy BXpaMlV) Ing is not %  %  %  %  afford a vat itlon there! have to work", hi %  I tfhtcfc 'i 'i Ibxei %  i .rst you will pitch %  I.I t.. Wiaeon ai i Bom. When you are v. oi King with you .MII bt in crawi %  b v. i. i • w will M working aloft I % %  M' G in ) %  %  vi ill throw about !!5 pounds ot %  %  u will In lock In the You nill h %  %  then report atatloa where %  truck %  you to a Hold, sometime'Dva V from the camp. Some of you will IT transferred to %  %  you may o'clock II lha vinai %  throuifh the ma 'he said Tba Green %  can | i %  Le paid .it ttu rate of SJI %  II an dagoing to work lor %  b*eo i n ill be no i i ,: i %  regents that. i will be working straight time. do not expect 1. double tin % %  i .. %  n not m ; %  %  from the \ ... workeri ^illations . I .1 .. %  you will : %  %  i for a lonif period will be obliged %  # (in page n 6 A tta cker' Mystery ISIIVIII pimii iiiMMiii i.\ i.v Communists Had 100,000 Casualties In 2 Weeks Persia Anxious To Settle Oil Crisis Says Truman LONDON. June 1. PHKSIDKNT TRUMAN in r is -i.i i.nsia|>p.a! letter U anxiety" ol his Government about Persia's present situation, according 1' the pur)M>rted text of the letter published in Teheran u> dsy In tinlargest newspaper, and also broadcast by Ti lu'ian rsfjio, KOOrdaBg lo .1 report received in London. Truman's letter to Prime Minister Mohammed Mosi. ;is quoted here to-day began, "His Excellency Prime Minister, I express the strongest anxiety of the Unite* Qovermenl regavdini Penia'i piesent situation ano 1 u aura Your Excellency shares this anxiety. < "I know how important to th< iintisii Ooverarm : lory solution of the difTcrence he:ellt .UK % %  i %  I regard ing the activities of the Ansjs* "tl Company r 1II3 awara thai th sudntensna <>* Persia's Independence is a necessary and fundamental mattei and also the "am •' Persian oil i" of the litreStill Unsolved POLICE were today pr-ibimtin the "red haired attacker" in Princess Elizabeth*! 1-ondon home. They cordoned off the building with a squad of motor cars and motor cycle patrols las! night after a 40-year-old woman said she was attacked by a man who punched her on her nose and knocked her out. The incidnt. she said, took' — Pope Conseerales \eu Hi".! \ltar Persia .May Heeeive ili-ili-h Delegation TaWERAN, sane -'. tori told Prime Minister Mohammed M":.-' dagh to-daj that they thought ho I 3n the nationallitii>n of it:. Iirttish run oil IndUStrVi The Tl-year-oM Crime Hinlataf nad read I he Senate the text he recetvad 'torn President Truman j i Senators told lloaeddejh that whUa Truman's note did not ttltude I asecutlon ol the Uon law, some of then the Prime I -old agree I 1 nt National 1 i : ight hwnu •i delega• alved W< i: %  burnl on tnd wen II Ihli i % %  %  old not maki al'.eialions to the national] il without being in j r \! %  kki is .ilso Six-retar>of the Oi! M rtiooaUaalhwi Coinmitiee. — Renter "Information *.Jofl % %  > heal ra< recently makes me believe thai the Paralan GovarnrAacM is willing and even anxtoua to aaacfa a settlement with the Government ol ll %  %  i %  i % %  i i. the Wishes of the I'eiM..' bailee then oil r %  %  Opportunity Given 9 Govern the Uiuteu siat.s in recent daj III rtrm opinion to the i *. the Parhiib now been I | %  tunltj for dlacuam should Ithoul delay. W ive the utmost ho|Kthat nun i t e alile to in without delay Red Coiiunillee Men Expelled PRAGUE. |u ol aii lha Communist Party committee men in ihe Bra aentre v industry, have been exx monthi today. %  are purged tot %  inliei ol thi' lorII. r i h.ef % %  ( the I '"ininM Parti Brno, Otto sin %  trial on charges of I lent Kh %  ottwald. grtjp report pubday bs Rade Prave tech ComI paj'-. %  that in the %  district commitii' new mem. from the I .' ihe factory a %  —Keulrr. eutatives with full I I'IHII with the Pcr. precis proposals in conformity with the nation a ltaaUon of oil rlerberi ayi in hti Ihe Brltlah House of i on M.IV fa, opinion although lha ra> Govero. %  . en Oil l Persian < kwerranerrl .It have no II the Oil CompanyV lives be rcfveeffmatlvea llah Govarnmant also." i ire that a solution can be found acceptable lo Pal %  i %  rely hop* effort will be made to slm Signed: Harry s |TUI —KeuUsr. place on the ground floor of Clarence Hous" where the had Just returned from the Epsom 1 ace, The Landan Dally M*il that the man in klnki batl uttd hlcek shoes, struck th" telephonist with a black Jack as she grappled with him. Another version sod thai lha tola op behind the WOfl in While -i" a it the -witchhoard. "No trace of the red haired man or how he i nee House was di:< Mall laid The newspaper sud lb %  lipped a i ii| In | arm and sh e wag take' uital and returned to ClarSDSe Mouse after treatment. All teeurlty aai House ar* put Three guard, with fixe patrol the grounds and three inside the house, p.. on* have Ind no unauthond per: i %  .i! . % %  dug %  | mg. The no! ire said that the tcltoeen working at ago was unable to give a coherent account of what ha; %  Her. Hunger Threatens Northern Brazil RIO DC /AM %  again UlT tl am Brazil, mal Gears following the rani whlco rcplassallcd that re:lon earlier thi. HOME %  %  rssly have agai: % % %  BoW o| iel .. aaaabsn InUi town s outside .'i fugees as the *J5th annit I in some case* commitB nop, ing acts of violence and in one • .ey Invaded tl %  slaughter house, taking Ava %  killed and roasted in Aftci Altar of the church, the Pope 1 —Reuter. HICH WINDS SEND POCKET CARTOON by OSHERT LANCASTER Keep II lo yiurt'ii II I can o"lw la* '"p >• potr nt hnrn* I Uni ••tail MB htahl* t; rmU ox on th* • itlaa* atcem •l> %  DAVID BEN OURI0N (right) Prime Minister of Itiael, in In th United Stt> on a nationwide torn to sup port a 500,000.000 dolUt Israel! Bond l*iue marking the nation third jmUveraary He tirok" his k*MBaS| from New York to P> dad^lphia to mM Profeor Albert Gin IMS. 3 U.S. Planes Cbllide NEW YOltK. June 2 A formation if three United States ofr force planes collided over Loos Island. Now York today Ol them plunged in flam%  imblg dives to e.,l ih two men were Mil i\ %  tSN one of the aped with little n n iai'iage from the aei lal Unaof the planet hurtle I inl Held no) fn Erom thi %  aVSn atomkenergy laboratory rha othm dived Into it.'mrtf .i •. IDagi heel • Hiookhuven villasa poUEu ;.i I iwo bodies were rcvttvi n d. GIaH \lino-i Fell On Mibtf Iinm.ui LONDON, .Kine i Twelve heavy shoota of plate ii • %  '! with H 'thud" a fas ya Miss Margaret TrunuUI t.mght after she bad arrlv" Waleiloo Station QlaSB hi i agaitiPl lha aii ot a platform lo await %  %  P ti.(i|,. .,II.. %  luli'M-el pressed rorward t.> of the ::. the Cm:. ant, here in: i nla Renter, Fiench Chie* Flies To Paris W.lh Son's Body • Jeaui Da I tastdsni Prsm I H i %  i Mom i aod Commandi in Indo China an <\< I at Orty airport nenr Parti today with Ihe 1 I itnt-Coi. i> Taaaisny nod two other ohVet %  i ind ChU The ln-i • airport with nulltarj b> •> (ore betal| taken to Invulidev in Paris (where Na Where they will Ikl In then funeral on M Wast e r. Ceasefire Al 38th Possible Says Xcheson WASlilNUTl SECRETARY Dean At-1 i the United SCstes night a^ree to a ossje Mii' si thi %  %  h.ii the Unit* I %  %  Nations w i j .N bokL %  %  %  %  %  %  %  \ u Jeutennni i ted Nal %  %  i H escspl 11 Irailn rlvei R ha v., (MUM pieiidsni Pi im %  .. ial White House m< %  i hur. %  %  i 1 i General < hnai Qradl an nl tin %  lha Committee ghoul %  %  ... H Wilic) Aeheson on I /VehMUMi %  %  aid at the %  %  Bwsn me i I vhat they said to leriding rases knew Noihing .-•aid he kne, %  .i %  I %  %  told Achi %  %  %  %  othei <;... % %  I.lilt, oi %  %  f no in %  .. % %  |HE FRENCH REPEL REBEL FORCES %  h i MAM uppoi led b] nilpriests am. ungst th ACROBAT TO DEATH :E*ntoiT J %  1 j.'uncin;' %  tw Alfred H the po| %  Kessjar. REDS TO CO-ORDINATE REVOLTS IN S.E. ASIA RAN'Communists have pat ndiri.it'In South %  %  I R1 near I Die end of i Hi An and napalm IKMI... ... k three new Vietnii ittaehs in the battle for the harvest n lbs Tongking 1>-Ita bysdsanead, the French Army II.Q msouncad to-day An earlier French CODunuRhnie nd that napalm bombs dioppi II the rebels had caused heavy I SSI UtM The msurgenU cstablishe %  Bu'kingi -..%  —KeyU-r Petain h Sinking Fast %  %  So OTlanif

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