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PACE TWO SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. MAY 18. 1952 I ^ Two hrHl Oinidi Dry QfeaM *af t MA l> ajkeai -, %  bc\enfja tot mi evening afte* .t meeting of the Board f Directors of the company. They were accompanied by Mr. M Bereanl. Secretary. Rai.cher a*d Lumbritnui M !( and MRS. S A. I'FTON of t'piand. Cniitonuo who have Uau .laying at the Ocean MM (or the IBM three .veeks will e leaving there 011 Monday for the St. James Coast where they have taken a house I'jtith. Mr Upton -wild thai this is their • to the island arid they if Detroit. Michigan and Mr Wallace Evers. the Company's District Manager arrived have yesterday morning from Trinidad by B.W.1A and oa'.urneil the IHIDC evening. They were met .it the airport ov Mr. C S. McKeruae. Managing Dlrectoi „t MFVM.S McEuearne> a Co., Ltd. Mr. Sugg and Mr Ever* are %  lalUag late company's agents m the area. Christ Church Sport. T* %  Spottr, Lamgue their Second Ana 11 tday, Maj 23 t the Boys Foundation School at 1 30 p.m. The aim of the league la to -t-.ouraoe sports In the prlmarv sr'pool* of the pariah. The Prc Mr C. A. Warner .in 1 Secretary Mr S. Cheat. On the -gfTT n Mrv OffnOeVl Reed, wife of the %  • Education, will Cahib gcdliru) "HIE Christ Chu.-ch School* ill >uu|e Annual Athletic pre New Session N Wednesday and Thursday mgs the Housecraf. Centre was open to appl for resl'tration of new classes. i Although Registration did not begin until 10 a in. vet there i were puptb there from 7 o'clock in the morning Thin new session will be for duration and teachers INTI all the schools and various ibs in the island will be in before qualifying On Wednesday there were over 260 receipt* and cutset* will ,;M>iaaa aa many as M pupila. This year sewing and cookery ore verv much in demand, also .iWMb and preaerves. Mbe Ivy Alleyne. Instructress. says that da tan hope to he gin May 27 To FurUsei Studies M ISS ERLA LYNCH left the Mand Oh Thursday last by JT.C.A for Car ,.da to further he* education Duing her stay ID Canada, he wi l rtaidr with her Aunt Mrs, E Iv-wis. MUs Lynch i the DJIOM "f Mr. I. Carmiohael. Director VL.ual Aids and Mr. Mat CarmichaeL Government Anavst A party was held at lu-r patents' resident-. Bank Hall on Tuesday last to a large gathering of friends and family including her Aunt Mrs Elsa Spencer. Hcadtencher nf St Sila* Girts* School. St. James. Since her dopwturo, news has l>een received of her mtt arrlvnl In Canada. Utransit For U. K. M K AND MRS, R. COLLYMORE of England, arrived here yesterday morning from British Ouaana via Trinidad by B.W.IA. accompanltd by their daughter Mrs. C. Bernard whom they were visiting In B.G. They are staying at the Ocean View Hotel until tomorrow when they UaVrl on the s.s. de Oraear <>n their way back to the United Kingdom. Then daughter will be staying on here for two weeks after which he returns to British OulMarriad at CathedraJ V T ST. MICHAEL'S CATIIKRAL yesterday a'atro<" i, MHS Ofaot A. Bihhop. daatdhbU of Mr. and Mi I* A BiaaSos> of "Biugen*' HoweuYi Cross R I wan married to Mr. Thoo.. sou of Me and Mr.-. H I V. %  :, Thg 'inde who wfts | iii.urmtt by her father %  % %  Jresa of ecti\ily Their dresses ..'HOf t$ It with full iversUrti Df i ytoaj net. eaughgd puff sleeves ami close lltling %  ml "i the iklrti egsj i %  nkkt length while the back Of each > mled in I short train, Tbty "^Kbra %  ., % %  %  matching each shade of the dregs, decoratetl with fine flowers and i'he certrnon* which wu> fully choral with Mr. Gerald Hudson at the organ was conducted by Rev H. St. C. Tudor, assisted by Hie Very Rev Dean G. V. E Hailewood The duties of bestntan were performed by Mr. Desmond Johnson, while those of ushers fell to Meaars Freddie Clarke. Leonard Banfleld. Austin Husbands ami Winner Dray ton. A reception was held at Bingen". the residence of the bride's parents and the honeymoon i s beipg spent at Powell Soring Hotel. Bathsheba. For Wedding M R J A. PROCOPE. Solicitor Of Trinidad, arrive.! bag*. yesterday morning by B.W.I.A. on a hort visit. He was accompanied by Mrs Procopc and their son, m '" I barrister-at-law. They came over principally to attend the Heece—Bishop wedding which tot-k place, ai St. Michael's CaUiednJ ><-terday aflernoun and utt sUying at Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Tudor, of "Edithville." Pine Road. Also arriving yesterdav from Trinidad for the welding Was Mr, Manfred Cal lender of Maun George F Huggins & Co Ltd. of San Fernando He ,* staring wuh Mr and Mrs. Frank Walcoit of Hrandon," Black Rock. For One Week M K RBOINALD LOPaas, Pr<-t of Alec Russell & kin Agents of the West Indies with headquarters in BrUtan Ouiana. arrlvad yesterday moniing by B.W.I.A. from Trinidad (m .1 W"l'k\ VIMl 1I)| ItUMIlCJS. ring II the Hotel liny.,1 Jeweller From B. G. M B CECIL iaUUUELL, MaMtr %  I lagagvai rrooa British Guiana, arrived ban !*•BKaTnlni b> B.W.IA via Trinidad to join the llrm of Y. da Lima and Co~ Ltd. He has taken up temporary residence || the Y MIA AtCei.ded Yesterday's T.C A. Agcnta M ISS KLfcANoK THOMPSON uf New Yi.sk City an '.! %  % %  isais ., Toronto .ii Barbados .-^ending ., t olldaa Ttiey arrived by T C A i v lor one week and ai>%  yBBj ai C-craixuik Hotel. Ftoiu NA ill h.going to Trmln*nnuda before raturning to their respective homes UoUi pas^eagar .^.in farT.( ^ MaH TiKimpson is employed, m ti ,• rfaw York Office while Miss UcManua is attached to Uie TwonI nH.ee. Last year they spent holiday in Jamaica and had a verv enjoyarle stay and thought that they *ould try Barbados on this ocTo Be Married IkflISS STACY EVANS, will be 7. it. MK. A, MRS. MARTIN BROWNE Weddinp at St. Marys Returning To Canada Oil Back Again V|R. and Mr W J. HulcJieon iT of Trinidad, are now back in Barbados for two weeks to meet some of their old frleno> again. They arrived yesterday inorntng by B.W.I.A. and are stavMr. Hutcheon who has been residing In Trinidad for twenty-five years, a an engineer with the Trinidad Trading Companv. FA VO I'RED FUR FLAVOUR AND MARMALADES KOO "ASHTOK' are making a STRAWBERRY 55^ per lib. jar ^/LOGANBERRY 4oy per m>. jar ^v APRICOT CW.LJ 4 0^ per 11b. jar MARMALADES 34< per 11b. jar among buyers the World over! THIS 8PEC 1AL SHIPMENT AT SPECIAL PRICES Obtainable From: HLONNAlll STORES. VIIIVM tRTIII H slIAKI A SAMPSON. W A. MEDFORD. JOHNSON & REDMAN, PERKINS & 0. 0 HI I LOO". IMM aaUMSB s %  -iKinian boofcad. Prieci o| nvrt 'hiiimeni *>IU l Why noi call al your Oss UMW%  oom*. Oat HUr-i TO-DAY aiw 1 •wura ona oi u<- eeosen. T HE mai-riage St. Mary^a Church on Thuraday last at p.m, of Mr. Martin Browne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clvde Browne, of Spooners HIU to Miss Svlvla Rowe. daughtci of MrN Eldica Rowe of Pasture Road. Bank Hall. The bride who was given In' marriage by her uncle Mr Adolphu* Ramsay, recently frori the U.S.A.. wore %  dress of white flowered : ..lln. The neckline was a horse shoe design trimmed with cone shaped buds and silver braid. The bodice was rinse fHtliui with a stiffened rlrGUSM ...... .iitochment. She wore a long Haired skirt and flowing train. The Call was of net applicnied with satin leaves and %  flvor and was kept In place by I headdress of stephanltes and silver leaves. She carried a bouquet "f pink and white artificial roses t Hot Ittondanil were Mis* Cynthia Euwards as Mald-of-Honour and the Misses Elaine Skeetc and Phyllis Jordan as bridesmaids. The Maid-ol-1lon..ui wore a aoavn of blut with aUvor acctsportes while the bridesmaids wore dressed In similar gowns of aitta red accesaories. The (lower Rtrl>, Misses Patrici'i Hold"! and Patricia Bluckman were aresscd in pink and blue and oarriM baskets of flowers. Tlte ceremony was performed by Rev. K. A B Htl Mr. Pontiai Callendcr pIsaWM at the organ. The duties ,.r lies'man were performed by We groom s father Mr. Clyde Browne, and the honeymoon is being Graeelyn". Bathaheba IAMEB STREET METHODIST CHURCH Annual (harity l.ilr aj Haslmgs Rocks SATURDAY M.y UX 3 pjn 6 pm Pi.-c.ls in aid 3anH Poo Distributitm Vartoas Mllat, Household Goods, Fancy Work. Teas, Cakes .tiiil Ices. Games Books. Lucky Dlp,s. Joy Rides fgr children. Child's Fancy Hi.aa Competition at 4 p.m. Pulne Band In attendance by kind permission of the Commissioner. Col. Mirhelln. ADMISSION. Adults — 1/ Children a Nurses 6d 20.4.52.— In M R. JOHN LED1NGHAM from Toronlo, Caaada. aad Inrmerlv Chief Cartographer of the Department of Mines In Ontario Is now in Barbados for a short visit prior to returning home on Thursday. He is staying at Cacrabank Hotel. Mr. I. duigham who has been m the West Indies since February . spent most of his time In Tobago at the Bticnlet Guest House and in Trl id. On Holiday S PENDING about two weeks holiday here are Mrs. M Johnson and her daughter Elizabeth who arrived yesterday bv H W.I.A.. from Trinidad. They are itayfeuj with Miss Waite of si Lawn>nce. Off To U.K M R. D. G. LEACOCK Director of Messrs. S. P. Mussoo. Son it Co.. Ltd.. and Mr*. Letcock left for Trinidad on Friday by B.W.I.A. intransit for England. On Caribbean Tour T EAVING for Jamaica yesterday morning by B.W.I.A.. was Mr. T. E. Carle, Overseas Repres* iitative of A. Boakc. Roberts it Co., Ltd.. who has been touring the Caribbean since March in the interest of his Arm. He spent about tun weeks in Barbados and 0Xoects to visit some 1 of tht other islands before returning home in June. While in Barbados. Mr. Carle was staying al the Ocean View Hotel. 1 \ AQlATIt CLUB ^ (METMBERS ONLY) k By courtesy ol the Brinx S Council (here will be k showing of selected short I films in the Ballroom on : Wedncaday. 21st May. at • 8.S0 p.m. y The subjects Include Bnt^ Ish News, Swimming, PuuI Ucs (in colour), and a silent J movie of Charlie Chaplain. I Members are cordially int \ited. No admission charge. NKE SELECTION — LU.NCH BAGS in all Colours JIM SHOPPING BAGS a ilh Dft "aSlBan $4.7. $5.29, tt.1.1 WHITE SaWnSSQg Uteil sivl...:'i-i io .s T. R EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL 4220 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4MX, I



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sr.sn.w. MW i~ HB M VIM, \ i Ml 1T.F TIIRl.t' Al I 111' Ml. III. I POLICE AND PIONEERS GunleningI l inls I or \malurDuring my cinematic peregrinations last week. I uw four Mm*, two of which struck mc • ourably as good entertainment. One of thetn is an English film. THE BLUE LAMP. pl.iying at Ihe Plata, Bridgetown; WESTWARD THE WOMEN -tarled at the Globe I Jim giving theae r.lms joint first plat* this week us they are both worth a visit. THE BLUE LAMP i* the atory of lb* daily round of duty of the ..verage London bobby and th* inside workings of Scotland Yard when the C.I.D. machinery U art into motion. After the u--u.il type of "cops and robbers" UuUMn to weiirh wi have become accustomed, this film U a welcome relief from all the ballyhoo and fust shooting at thr average gangster Mm. I dont mean by theve remark* that it isn't writing. It in—very much so—and the climax is as tense as anything you could wish to see, but stolid, good-natured impeturahiMy of the LOBoOri and the busine*like %  nd quietly methodical ways of Scotland Yard give a feeling of supreme confidence under all circumstances wtik-h. far from detracting ga gay **> from the ither iiceentuates it. Paddington Green Station la the ona we are concerned with. ;md a quiet place It appears to i.-. wiiii the usual lost dogs lad), lifrt children and uiislreperaus drunks. Its policemen live like other middle-class people and cultivate their hobbies in off-duty hours, sing in their glee club imd bandy goodnaturedly with flgch other in the canteen. Violence seems almost out of place, until two youthful criminals break into a i'"' I Han star* and from there try their hick with a hold-up job at a variety theatre. The involves the coldblooded shooting of %  policeman .mi' go time or effort Is lost In catching up with the young gangsters. The audience see* the smootti, inside working of the Yard (incidentally, the producer* had the full co-operation of Scotland Yard throughout the lilming) and ther, Ig no lack of action or excitement a* Ihe net is ri-awn relentlessly on the murderer who tries to shuke the with the .rowd ,t Wbisa ciu greyhound races. Operation Turnstile puts an end to the chase and the picture closes as It began, with the bobby tramping his beat. The members of the cast are vWdjally unknown w*th the possible exception of Jack Warner but they do a line job without resorting; to heroics. A vast majority of the scenes are shot against authentic local backgrounds including sequences of the interior of Scotland Yard. All of this makes the Aim more interesting and Heightens the atmosphere. Hats off to the bobbies, and may you enjoy their story as much as I did WESTWARD THE WOMEN is an historical drama of American pioneer days and shows that women wire anything but the weaker Kg when 't came to trekking across the unknown wasteland* of America. The story deals with the whole-ale migration of more than a hundred carefully recruited women who travel b> wasui-UyUi from Chicago lo California to marry pioneer settlers and establish homes in Whitman Valley. The women come from all walks of life and their grim ll atmn lo achieve their objective under the harsh leadership of their hard-bitten guide, is effectively shown. Trouble starts at the oufestl when one of the guide's helpers Is shot for breaking the rule of nonfraternisation. This causes all but four of the men to desert, taking some of the women with them, UM the rent are left to face the dangers of the trip on their own. Learning to shoot, drive mule (earns and defend themselves against attacks from hostile Indians, tliey forge ahead through the jagged mountain passes and over the barren wastelands. There Is humour and feminine rivalry to add a light touch, and Hone Emet *-*i. as the hefty, good-natured widow of a sea-captain contributes a large share of the laughs, (lav oured with a salty tang. Dangers are met at every turn and they sometimes end in tragedy, as happened when the rope holding back one of the waggonon Its perilous journey down a mountain pass. suddenly breaks, and the waggon and its passengers hurtles down the incline and crashes at the bottom. N:>i even a stampede of mules and cattle, skirmishes with Indians or the death of their leader. Sam can daunt the gsssfi and after the dual arduous tres. through Death Valley, they arrive i in California,. It's a rugged story, soundly di-' reeled, with intermittent suspense and a few highly dramatic mo-1 menuc The slow progress of the journey and the lack of add immeasurably to the realism of the film. Acting Is good throughout with Robert Taylor as the tough and worn e times brutal guide, gaVing I first-class performance. Top notch siippoi t is given by Denlse Darvel Hope Emerson. Beverly Dennis Renatl Vanni and Henrv N *ka mura and John Mclntire to mention only a few of the tremendou.' cast. Texas Carnival Texas 1/ irniva* ,iti Olobe on Thursday is a technicolor musical with Esther Williams. Red Skelton, Keenan Wvnn How ard Reel and Ann Miller It tellthe story of an imt>-< un l< val |i— <. %  -i-i Ssvr pass themselves off as a wealthy Texas oil baron and his g| luxury hotel, ami the eQrnplicatlons that ensue when the real million.ires arrive There is a lot of good-natured spoofing of the well known Texas pride, as well ax tuneful %  snappy dances Evervthlnr Is larger than life In the !>>ne Stai state, and there are amusing touches of light satire easv-to-take and relaxing anktr talnment. I'VeCBB MM LBS Vegas Story at Barbarees. concern* a former cabaret singer who. on returning to L.s Vegas with her wenlthv hUBIvinH Incomes involve,! m n jewel lohl. %  \ .md murder, when she meets her former sweetheart, now n cop. The background 1the huh gumMing palaces and honky—1 fabulous IJS Ve t nal ttlancltheme > trlckl d out with theft, murder. glamorou* clothes and a liberal spi U slv implications. The pita new and Mctttng ktad i "ivintr a htascopfli station waggon. The cast Includes Jane Russell ,11 of her-Victor Mature. Vincent Price, and last but by a I my Cnrmlchnrl penses his musical composition-and particular brand of philosophv In his own Inimitable stvle TIIK VEGETAB1 i: 6AKDBN FbM sir,,, high food householder itM \egfe> able patch a necessary part e* gj there B e-.t satisfaction In a : be picket fresh, and at right n "i gtflP %  %  %  I b grown e.arfill. | %  be obse,' ed in < Laytssg On( The Veer-fable (iml. n %  garden II th while %  %  %  Choose an open m %  roots. See to it HUH %  v*agaitabsM Restd. %  rood "PPfc of water, and U it If the tups an' Seine %  %  %  double | .,!• break, sttl things Bin of Mi %  aould be %  i the bordering pa side, witi Should -IKS narrow, MI %  wasilng I %  %  : iss path i out of the beds, eshd v Preparation ill The llerls %  •rk deeply, and see to It I i.ood daalnagr nod • ppi) .if c, i %  wire. Fine and ntll it i crumbly state i. lust i hi" path. ( aagBM lH FniUire es ,,f if'. r .nire u> grow good vegetable-• the wii.ng ch'iee of Needs. Il ay picture.1 se\ ; %  hoac ieed suit this intate. and many of %  am colder climates %  LO H't their W the i: bnent < 'id Agriculture, when%  thi. io lind out the klndl .it UUa island. cause of failure CSU lo plnntiiuf the seed> wrong time 't.ihlcs can be mown year round, but some art and when these at their gsassaB, failure lthe result. Get the best suitable seeds at your dispOgflL Keeping I'p The Supply i ibsfl garden %  i.l '.-' ., i %  (he yea > %  achieved bj plantinsj the seeds con' grva i i ix-d ••' .. a it. in at le.-:t I araerta, so thai :,, futlov on iiw. %  .Id be a! %  j a/tth Iri h Maungti %  Bd a lot of trou%  at faet H soon becsstnai 'ercst of the vegelal'l' garden. Ihe BgfMtlgritv of JasM WWir sh...s H KoJIt oa VAil; as well as DKPtNDVHIl 111. ( omforf mil riylg-T—Yfsai rerlalnh — lhr> are as eastlilllnt: and ssaart looking as >ou coirid ai-Ji. Bui their outslaadlng VALUE ** %  *< men cxatct and alnats net when Ihe) Insist on shoes made In John \Miii.. See Iheni for tourself in leading stores tliniH-hout Barbados. made by JOHN WHITE means made just right J Farm And Garden THE GITAVA Have w ever thought seriously of Ihe commercial possibilities of this common fruit? Perhaps we might have given it more attention had we realized the (treat nutritive qualities latent in the Ruava. The boosting; of citrus in recent ydtn has no doubt helped to keep other equally valuable fruits in the background. The guava is one of these and ui U iiruwa utmost anywhere —good land, poor land, waste land, marginal arena, so long as it can get a toe hold so to speak. Most of the old houses In this island carried a tire or two In their small orchards and ft was Often regarded as a weed In cow pastures. Even to-day in tne West Indies it is generally 'rui* that ihe chief sources of supply for preserve makers are the spontaneous growths of vend -abandoned and similar unused areas not considered good enough for ordinary crops. But now. research workers In South Africa and Brazil tell us thut the guava ranks very high in ascorbic arid, is a good -IIIIIT of vitamin C and of thiumlne and rlboflavin. In the inumstnnces. the guava Is worthy of a place of honour In any orchard or garden. At the present time, guava products ate Iwing imported into the island from South Africa and there Is good deal of guava jellv and preserves coming in from Tobago and Jamaica. Investigations have also shown that guavas can be dehydrated successfully and that the dried product r-xonstitutes well, comparing favourably with dri.d I'Upl-Mk psora and apricot* lo which we have long been accustomed. The guava belongs to the myrtle family and. as rioted previously, thrives un almost any type of land. There Is considerable variation in stie, colour, texture and flavour. The larger sorts are usually sweet and spicy and appreciated as desswrt fruits. They are mostly round In shape, though there are pear-shaped varieties. Two species known as current and strawberry euavas bearing small reddish fruits also occur, but arc not common. The more acid types of the ordinary guava are preferable for jellies and,* in general, such trees are usually the best yteldcrs. It is on this question of yield ahat reliable Information has been lacking. However, as a result of a growing interest In preserve making In ono territory with which we were intimately connected, a special effort was made to get such information. Accordingly, six of the commonest types were collected and seed rtown In a nursery Sixteen seedlings from each o* the six trees were set out In Pe*lSBSM*fM*aMlCsM' "" —Ay IMfdM 1 Held for comparative study, No manure was given and only rough weeding practised The trees begun to fruit In two years. The yields of Individual trees varied consldernbly In one group, two of the beat trees yielded at the rate of j 19.514 lb. per acre: u | group, the two best gave yields at the rate of 16.531* ll> per < re. The total over-all ngutos foi the four best groups varied from 9.235 lb. to 11.121 lb. per .a re These figures seem to show, among other things, DuU with lilUe attention. It should he quite possible to get a yield of 10,000 lb. per acre |*T annum from mature trees from a trKl E iirent Plnntini: OMane*: H ft. %  14 ft Kven at One pound, this would be remunerative where little or BO MM I involved. In conclusion, the question which we must ask ourselves appears to be: are we going full throttle in some of these smaller possibilities or seemingly deriving greater gsjttafactlon by longtng for the more elu-i I After all. we may not f-vl bsjtfuj about buying commodities from our neighbours which. with greater effort, we might produce ourselves but. in the ea-e of distant South Africa to which country we gave the tree (the guava Is a native of uvptcal America 1. we are not only baying t*e fruit thereof but also the sugar in which It is preserved! ITCHING INFLAMED SKIN This picture is telunp, you a story—telling you of Lumber and Shingles and Cement; of iVmcnt Sheets, Galvanized Roofing and Ceiling Boards. Above all—where they are stocked for you to see and buy! BARBADOS CO-OP i O TTOX FA VTOR Y L TD. y -^ ^ WjodeJin (DABAA $hopps 19th 21st WZBNMSDA 11 DAYS .<* SALE fmiif tiinl See fur Yiturst'lf I ml 'f'f^Sjgajc The m,,.s, IMH I Alt BlAIU-AIV?? :\ HAYS S SALE Ytmrsftf Ever Offered ##r* art' stumof tlif .Muity Barfjiiins in Storv tor You tit .Sfiistiiiitniil l.tttv /'iiVi'v— br g as u and. • rtnp. Irro fenSBSB| less dkerkrd •f ISSB stiffffo In • • r •• das 0-e> a Beduag mow wan M flrrsea D OD Prewrlptkai Tabasanm ltqol halM *M pertriisH sM to,.sMa rs u aai awast tea swa-df gsrmi %tA dd -ui th* lofeeboo ThsM*ei foeai o> %  ftJa iraubk ii ffinf ^*i pi" aai tmrrm ECZEMA. PSORIASIS. SOILS BULK r IONS. PRICK t.T HEAT. MALARIA SOItFSorRlNOVORM rast %  few ajspbosdoat af ssasaarrat DAD ftta u lp u oB HD ghsi amm reStf Psrsmre. sad Bit gaed rent" %  411 M lansagl ODD PrtacrlgnOB i> abattnabls horn cbeaUtn aad -on. cvtrraterc OMrr.SiM'r: F.S.Armitrong Ltd Bridgstewr ^PRESCRIPTION TOMYS HBWS fLAM I No mare need for drawlng ptns or lack* U post ap no lleea. Have lime, money and tore linirrs by mini TACKER !W,\( IIIM raaVftotrs STATIOVFRV Cleaang eat sale af FLOrviRUi OldaM •c doers. JOIIVxiV II \K1)\\ \I;I 1000 LADIES HANDBAGS PLASTIC HEAD TIES BABY PLASTIC PANTIES 2 for $1.00 3 for $1.00 2 prs. for $1.00 500 CHILDREN'S HANDBAGS ART SILK STOCKINGS PRETTY HEAD SCARVES 2 for $1.00 2pr$. for $1.00 2 for $1.00 DAMASK NAPKINS PLASTIC WALLETS $1.00 each BRASSIERES 2 for $1.00 3 lor $1.00 TOWELLING FACE CLOTHS LADIES PLASTIC BELTS 2 for $1.00 LADIES PANTIES $1.00 perpr. 5 for $1.00 JERSEY SUPS LADIES STRAW HATS ANKLE SOCKS 2 for $3.00 $1.00 each 3 prs. for $1.00 SKIRTS 2 for $5.00 PLASTIC POWDER BOWLS CHILDREN S A/SILK PANTIES 2 for $1.00 3 prs for $1.00 LADIES PULLOVERS (Wool) 2 for $3.00 RUBBER BATH CAPS INFANTS VESTS 2 for $1.00 3 for $1.00 LADIES BLOUSES 2 for $5.00 PLASTIC APRONS PLASTIC CRIB SHEETS LADIES COTTON 2 for $1.00 36 x 36 $1.00 HOUSECOATS $5.00 each mi v.omits muss MIOPPI HMO UK SI III I I. J



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PACE FOl SrNIUY Al>VOCATF. etr MOID WEAR R OBTAINAGLE FROU All LEA' NC STORES LOCAL AOEMTS: JWPOTTEr mflDE BY VERO EEVER1TT LTD! RTHER5T0nE.EnDLRnO' BRYLCREEM keeps your hair right in the picture %  ,OTUO hair u *^ lor handsome, hcahhy halt u.c BrykMB I Itrylcrwm make* your appearance • smart one wherever you. t> Mamaac your s ilp with Brylci.vr.i upure olb and i...'. Br>'lcrecm cuolioli Ih: because the oik in > ; Thai meant titan gn-rui.ig. 1 tailing hair health. Alk foi thepcrkxi luir.l%  log, PON DAV.LONC SMARTNESS AND LASTING "> [ HAIR HEALTH BRYlCREfcM YOUR HAIR /0*v, /tv, canqo rh /or* INNER CLEANLINESS There's an ci-v anjj to at-hic\c the titnc-is you admire an nnuli in other*. JUM mukc-uiiMH OMOHDM by Biting tadmnl Sparkling Andrews ,Ii-pcK ilaggishness, hclpv you not onlv lOW/Qft well, but to enjoy your! full. Andrew* at e> b] G mouth and tongue, settling the Moraach and toning up (he liver. Finally, Andrews gently clean the bowels. For a fizzy ", refreshing drink, use one teaspoonf;;! oj .V. a glass of water. DO YOU KNOW tthv \ur h. orrynWt out-of-order ? Gout given off by fermenting food mutes an absorbed by the blood-nream and cause headaches, irritability and fal il ... Andrews keeps your system free from harmful much smprovtd, thanks M-lnnt: | DB'NK ANDREW for \NN£R "CLEANLINESS CAHLTOIS WIN K.O. CUP Welcome 9 to GirU Intemchool Union lly It. & H>ITI\ pAI a Raroadoa Friend*-* ly A two goals to love ila of the—Knock, it Ktn> '.ii fixture rang : football season. '• %  MI finale go i that the occasion was for the Barbados Friendly Football ' tli.it inhesion in their movement* lined in thrir semi-final fixture with CONSERVATIVE O N the other I flayed a conservative game throughout. Willing to trust to a d. fending rule until their opponents provided an opening in their df/M. This paid dividends and the two goals which they scored < iffbmr In which %  1 r \ I tgn ..I SecTO%  %  trophies at the close of the game, that the first goal scored by Carlton was a copy-book one. Lucas drew the B.F.F.A. defence ami gave ugh" pass down the right wing. The Utter cut in and scored beautifully into the sun us will, giving the in save one that entered the "V" at the rig) Car:' i seasons of near misses Is a deserving one and alt) 'treats strangely with the fad D league llow toll %  it is n had not expertIhia season by finding positions for men rather than OnialMd higher in the Cup Urn (. oM.ltAH I.ATIONS C < .NORATUI r too, %  team f that has its origin In the Monday Football Division competition ..II I on the feat that | in carrying oft* the chamijumship ol both Ihi *ll season ; and I nuist gh liege all credit for having won %  Although than llimiiUlaiMOl such as afternoon be. fore aii'i i School yel by ix go %  %  K ''' uaatoo with : i %  > %  .. UM wind was blowing in this '.'ion. si'\in.\vM l S PARTAN I %  ol the semi-finals | A'.c-utinn team. It • %  i conflicting emotionBO have foljowed I watched this game. ; :-.trbadns Friendly Football Asocintl<' "'c most part of memdnflon for the first time, confident i,r, %  on the other hand there was Spartan, Winners ol tinBAF.A. and Knockout competitions tot th, i i yearn, floundering in a sea or unco-ordinated and BptnuOM I One must give the Barbados Friendly Football Association •xonartla the %  .,. % %  %  nunj %  ol %  iU-Umax, A BLESSING T USgdi LondWO. prove [ %  A year must start early anil build a team, giving the younger players a chance to who turned out in this rurtura would b< ttw Brtl to agm v|111 nic 'bat they have In the other soml-llnal game. Empire were "knocked out" liv Cartton. Wnn tle Kmptra team ,ns1dcrably weakened by the absence of players like Praylon. Taylor, Harper. Symii Kuexl account of themselves. inadO a good game of it and at one stage of I the game pressed the Curlton datanCf to the limit for a full quarter ot un hour. EXCELLENT CABtE I VAN SMITH Uanl gaBH at eenlre-hulf and I g there as he has been givin J : was his usual indefatigable self and M too helped rous attacks by the Carlton forwards 1 wai U1 • ini c n lob helueeii the bars. HO .ihslituto and his %  nUdpaUi ol UM I WOW UP to commendable rtrtl Uivist<-n rtandard. IIAKI) WIIKK C AItl-TON oi. woffcod bard and secured the slight due on UM game that was all thai was necessary r Thcit^ a rafraanlng rridanea of high team spirit and i touring of.the Cartton approach They excel in the short passing game an.l when once they had gynchronlsed theli efforts along this One, tne> were ooa tu watch Reynold Hulchlnaon produced tushes of his te form Lucas wag sound as usual and King in goal gave a very •"SJ-JSTS, rlh. w.n >nd -Bo.,! !" W.Ui. !" ..inbrcn populnrly concodea u, mcir i>rtl (IKI.S AND ATIII.KTICS I MOST tXltnd ,. W.I. oiuo I.. Hi.. Mwlj I .nn.-.l QiiUInur%  ..,1 in.ir ilrn II... full trill..I ...iw I '' hlch '., .'. i ... „i „,.. IntinUon „l UM .portion ;"m !" i lli.il lup I nttulM lik. Ihb to lvc lhi inmn-alion III martini S&M Ihrfi mov i %  „,_.. Mhl..„ Union lhat nUtl onb lo b..y. but 1 defy uny .i.lu.ll On KH'.'I.T SIM 10 ..II lornu ot sport. A, • injttoi ,...! nil """ WSiS'S , .i.joy every lucilily tm ,..„,,,:,%  lW il.,-" Ulll OO '.ir,-.-ly b. .a,, .1 „ doublful lnv, %  .,,,„,„.!„ 11,,C.nU li.trrB I A-.l.l %  %  .. I SSSStanS! ',^7' !" ,mn „.„„ K ,,. u ii< throwing the Javelin or putting the shot. ^^ Carlton Defeat B.F.F.A. Two-Mi CARLTON, Lhe Kirsl DsVWoa toottMU tooun which linbjhad this Season at the fool of lhe table, n reputation by carrying ull the Association's Knock-out trophy when they beat the B.K.F.A. Warn two-nil More a large crowd at Kensington Oval yesterday evening. It was the first time in lhe histoi > i narJos Friendly Football Association that they reached the tinals in a Knock Out Competition, and although beaten, they were not completely outplayed, and then wci> they showed flashes of brilliance. Their main draw backs were the lack of a left winger,_and lack of finish i forward thrusts. HrcIIitl35 In 1st Innings BAMKMM 7iA/;s / trtte 7 RI"SH Both teams weni on the field on an even bet, and the \\\ F.A. aupporters loudly KlYlltiiit fill 1 *-fla ***** nn on to ,hc ,ifld l l-illllillt 1111 lOtJ play their gift big match. It was they who touched off towards the northern goal, but HKkfl took over and bore down the iUld. lo DO Ml II A TQ their thruM wln-n the o | wUauV ••fTaidiv H F.F.A, also got into their stride. rmpimiFii tt %  —. [ %  — ori Currpoiwlnn which the Carltnu defender ANTIGUA. May 17. llllctcep tcd Th,llrst three-day Tc-rt match --.„,„| i %  tfssisjrw jwatta: < von the toss and elected to but %  > ,'.' f "" k "'" on a slow wk-ket and Taylur f !" *"" %  ,' e '"' .' opened with Anthoyiuon attackSHEAS •n from the payilicn end. The *•* Orst wicket fell at 1.00 p.m. when ...iff" ".** h "„ vor5 lu •"• Taylor ... bowled by Anthony<"'"in the 1;r Ion game, and l.ket for ID run,, llunte went th( |r ..p^,,,,., 0 : about five minutes, bul law H TJt A in on to top score with Do-pelza was struck o?"K£; tt ull a atlc crowd including Governor Blackburne were present al the opening day tit the SIT! The icoresr— iMi-iRr s na*T INNINOH Taylur ii ^I'honvxm Hunlp b Walcoll Allavn* c Michart b Anlhonxon n-i^i/ r Core b Millhrw .t lirrwi I. Anlhonyuin r wkl trvprr h Wlci|ll Nnrrlll < %  Gonulvrt b Matthew Itrayton e Cl.rl.tlan b Walrr.li .. H ulrlrr r M.rha.l b Walcoll Harhcr r Kt krn*< b Anthonydin K...I K.lr. ^NTH.CAS rlRST INVIVdS '. H ,.1:1.: ^t Barkr. ; -t. i. r Mallhpi b ILaihr-r II TtfcM ., not out !'" allow t-d to |v by the B y v A %  %  i good pa-sea whu h he kicke i aion Kin>c. the Carlton custodian thwarted their offortg whan he saved ma ne dived anfl took the tip of an attacking forward..The game had now moved Into the Carlton area, and Lucaswas .^ futiiii. ..niy For %  shorl whlat however. ^^ go back and " strengthen the o> P But this advantage was n 4 to i lag*. long for the IM'F A Carlton forwards soon went back 3 Into tho attack, and receiving a 4 good through pass, Warren cut 1 in Ott" the right wing and beat 7 UM II. F.F.A. .custodian with a well — placed shot right up Into* I i Not Daunted The youngsters were not inted, and they launched attack attack on the Carlton .-* lit • • km their efforts were ft. I' OQIIMUI .VsSOflUllOIl ,no interval found Carlton OM up When pla> i By defeating Hurkllffe two ton vent straight Into tn> goals to one. Westerners emerged and succeeded in disni|.: this season'* Challenge Cup winB.F.F.A., defence. The backs in :u exuberance kicked, without thnik^ ollov ;'V? "•. the poaiUonn of | n|( PI | w hrn Ihry . May 23rd: Knockout Finals. Referee Mr ('. fii All above matches will be played at Shell grounds. bar in the player's effort to put it into the right corner of the nata They wan UylDg tO net the one which would put them level and put them Within reach of tho coveted B.A.F.A. Knock-out Cup. Tho Carlton defence time and again negatived their efforts, and then. unexi>cctedly. for Carlton were looking %  tire d team, Reynold Hutehinson received a contra fra Ihi itghl wing, and 4*.M> .._ .. >b i.i • taking the ball out of the coalR. Jordan" rarrted offuie Spoon ,h F ^">e They radoubh ^m .,r 09.40 aBoata but Ke.medy and the (arlton I % % %  R i-eid Iham at li.y up to the final whistle. Carlton thus won tho game by two goals 1I.P..S. to nil. 190 The team.were: — 90 40 B.F.F.A Pindar, Hayes, Denny, ./.'. 98.W Forde. Norville. M.-Colliii. Y. ..... 98. IS wood. Thorne, Harris, Maughan, Mr. P. A. D. Johnson 97.90 Llnton. Mr. T. A. L. Roberta 9 7.85 Carlton: King. Kennd Mr. M. G. Tucker 97.75 Marshall. (' I a I rmonte, Cx, I!. Major A. S. Warren 97.09 Hutehinson. I H. Wii.i •Mr. H. O. Browne !I7 r.tl Hutehu W//#V/rW/*V/'$ .TOOLS TAl'S *. HBS l'll'K ,-,-, lIH", iv.r.r I'.SF r NT 5 16". ... uss 5/16". %  %  *' ENOINEBB SP. HAMMERS J I ,11.., ',1b 1 ',11... 1 ilb., '^';lb., 31b. •; FILES FLAT. ROUND, HALF HOUND. SQUARE § lllc',11 Sl'KKD QRINDINO MACHINKS : ,11 sl'FKn TWIST DRILLS ;; BODY RKI'Alll FLEXIBLE FILES S OPEN & BOX SPANNERS Jj PRESSURE QAUGES 0-400 lb. • ECKSTEIN BROTHERS ;: BAY STREET DIAL 4269 ATLAS PAINTS combine robust and economical protection with splendid decorative finish. Sugar EiUie Manners. Engineers, Building Contractor., Architects, specify ATLAS MOftCAL GHADt (fUNGUS aiSIST*N', PAINTS PRODUCED IN ENGLAND BY THE MAKERS OF "ATLAS A" WOOD PRESERVATIVI Dewi.i a-oilobit f*r H. JASON JONES a CO. LTO.. P.O. Box 141, Barbados. GM TROPIC A'. GRADE ATLAS PftESERVATlVt CO. LTD.. EHITH. KENT, ENGLAND I r.D IMT\CIPLES <;OVERNING CLASSIFICATION As J)ixvu8sslflod when they also bea* in Tnnidad and wher ( half-bred horses sired and foaled In tho %  H.. i-:. . i. and all d to their whims and fancies. ist such as till* Which calls for lhe "print Iplc and as far as I i u> io |udye there Md lack of principu m euuwtflcaUon as it Is done to-day. liricily I .shall try to set out what the best principles would iplnioa. if I happened lo be making rules for i cation. It will i Battle lo say whether he agrees with me or not. I shall deal mainly with the classification of ree of any age could be skipped from class F B race meeliii,;." 1 call MO %  ODM people thought of anothei ce i like Seawall or Maid of Honour. Slop shivering. One of the aims of the entire lot of Turf Clubs in this area is to encourage the breeding of creole I < and ,i half uiasscs at a Mease i "member that the biggest jump an imported horses can make i from C2 to A. This would iheict. thul importeds would only be aflrclcl by half a class. But il • '.u \\2 No 1 e year old creole could be promoted more whole class nt a ttfM tea classified D or D2 could be moved into an imported class until it had won three or more races either in D or any class above." Both the last condition and the one before It will probably bring a host of possibilities to the minds of racing men. There which I could think of, but for want of space I have listed only the most Important. "Well. BeV what do you think about It? Perhaps you can add a few of 'i as well "You might also give your views on another pel subject of mine which, I think, would fit in nicely with the rules proposed above. It is this: "No weight allowances should be attached to ..-ion." My good friend. Bookie, bat bea n kind enough to introduce a lnl oa tl y as possible t'l the reader! of Ins column, by writing half of my first one himself. To offset this, however, he has plunged me. right at the beginning, into the controversial i classification. To his credit, he has let me have the last word, or rather, the last opinion. So here goes: • Lai ma begin with the eacell o n i prlnclpla which Trinidad places first upon the list—that horses should be classified on their public nm This, in my opinion, is fundamental. Oe%  i %  i <-iiig explained along the lines thai tlu i fool that the horse HI. did not give Its true running, and hence allow it to occupy a class lo which, on it;, public form, it has no right. Such actions cm. provided lhat the Stewards have taken nn exception lo the animal's performance, and bj inly in minil. Passing now to Bookie's proposals. If he will forgive me for "vlng o. Proposal No. 2. "No horsf should skip mure than one and %  reell) be No, i. since, were it adopted, it wau|d be Impossible f > bOTM of nny age to .1 from Class F to Class C2 after racing at one race Like Bookie. I am burning with Indignation at the ling creoles have received, bul I am against special legislation wherever it can be avoided. With I: that proposal No. 2 strikes me as a pecire, at which no sensible bouU cavil. > i appeal to me, as they clearly do also to Bookie, to hove in them, the seeds of controversy. I, personally, should like to see enough races for three yeas, old creoles framed to make it possible for them to run without applying for class. ut, if the breeding industry Is not yet olOa to insure such races filling then. 1 WOUld lend lo lupport Bookie's suggestion in their not being promoi.it mon than single class per HI >' % %  >sc who can remember • neagle, Jetsam. Seawall) etc., let them U' fad. that, in the days when raced, the imported classes were below their normal and present strength. If all good cr-olcs were not automatically rushed Into C and itatanding newcomers, promoted gradually, as : %  !IMI, in n and E to the betteruiin: ily. Then, with horses surh as Bright '. in D for a reasonable period. It would lake a really %  ilp lo be able to capitalize on only being moved to E. %  Ming up in F. And, if such a horse should manage to make a killing in E Ihcn, more power to It, I say. Like Ituokn.. I am in favour of encouraging the good creole-. Proposal No. 4, however. Is One that I cannot support, Una Bookie's motives In putting it forward. It the others, to protect good Creoles, but it is open to abuse, where they are not. Thus, if this rule applied. it would be possible for the owners of another Jetsam to win a good race nt Arima In August. Another, in Barbados in November, and then be certain, no matter by what margin he had outclassed his fields, that he would still bo in class D for Xmas. where, weri he indeed another Jetsam. 3 or 4 races would be at his mercy. I (eel that, with pro]*osals 2 and 3 on the statute book, sufllcient protection would have been afforded; but that i .nl. .ui opinion, and it would be interesting to hear the views | on this project. And. in conclusion, let me wish Bookie a pleasant trip, and a safe, and speedy return;—"Please God". 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S0N1MY. MAY 18. l5l MVI1 \Y \l>\ r ( T| I' \'.l I IM Big Intercolonial Sporln tftel For Whit-Monduy B CALVIN A1XETNE Y flnall this fever ot extiwinent over the coming InlerrolonUl Cycle and Athletic Sports Meet isn't altogether surprising, for Trinidad H showering their beat in INcycling field upon us and I % %  niiiMon sp.liiter George l> • Not only thai, from Table Tennis During The Week De. fcimiiic 'lie frequent visitoi UndM\ Gordon and another outstanding cyclist, Walter Liddell. Then, too, Grenada', William GlHens. Mar athlete of the recent Wiodwtrd Islands Inter-school tournament, will be competii.it a', the meet And to crown it ill, we will be seeing Ken Farnum on his last public appearance before he goes to Finland. So the ineei will be bix ..nd competition keen and a pal of Farnum might say. "Very keen, Farnum old chap!* From Trinidad there will be Vernon "Iron Man" Belille. Mattheiu and a contingent ot other cyclists from the All Star Sports Club, comprising of "A" and "B" Class cyclist*. The athlete* include Agostim who with G ada QWn is expected to make a snowing against Innlss. Lodge and the Inter-school sprinter <>( last year. Local cyclist* of class are Ken rarnum, Lisle Carmichael, John Skinner. Mike Tucker, in the Intermediate Division George HU1. D. Grant, Len Hoad, while Carter, Mc Leod and Smart will carry all before them i n th< events. Then in the ..thistle livid there U the man of stamina, Hunte. Blenman arid Archer from the Police Force, lnnisa, just from Lodge School, Uoyd of f who set up a record in the 880 yards at the last Intcr-schoo) sports, and A. A. Tawm" Clarke, the shaggy middle distance runThe thing that is making it all the more interesting, too, Is that i-very body is training very hard. At all sorts of times you can see the cyclists about the country, low over the handle ban, riding for all they are worth -all this in the way of building up their endurance. The athletes are also putting In training. Take a visit to Kensliucton, Combenneie, College, the Garrison or the sea and you'll be sure to see them sometime or other at it. Hunte who has been keeping check of his times has returned 50 seconds In the 440 yards. 1 have heard, and I Think that Is not bad going at all. The novelty of this meet is that It begins on the Saturday 31st, which precedes the bankholiday instead of the bank holiday and it continues on Whit Monday. Besides, this is the last occasion on which our lone Helsinki representative will be seen in action against cyclists of the calibre of Belille. Mattheiu, Liddell and Gordon. Included In the prog: the sports meet will be a 80 yards dash. This distance has been made in order to stimulate interest among the sprinters. It Is furtnei templated that the Associati will include 1,000 metre whi is a regular Olympic evei No pains are being spared heighten novelty and interest this meet. It Is also proposed t pool on the game to boost the 'Farnum to Finland Fund." A very exciting match n played at the Y.M.C.A Naval Hall on Thursday night when Pelican met Y M.C.A.. In their return match of the Men's Inter-Club League tournament. The tennis way; of a very high standard and some of the be--, witnessed one* Trinidaa Pelican. by K I Lnf risjhl victory, i'*ve consolidated .i.t'ii al the head of this Division. This team is upresented ON thre,. of the island's best and mite, possibly has thr open (hampion In its line up. Y.M.C.A.. although unable to win a set. did not go down before putting up .i brilliant fight. Joe Hood especial!v we an exhibition of patience But his patience was not sufficient to beat LIT,, ..H Worrell who also made US*, of an attractive flick Frank Willoughby caused Johnnie Rvnoe to "throw in the row.'l." In the final game of their *et. Willoughby wax leading bv 14 points Bynoc declared hi, i It beaten. Pelican M Car hgvsj played ban matches anu have '.1 points. Their nearest rlvala are Everton with 57 points in nine matches. with 51 pc. %  matchr .-nd R" In MB n. The roajoritv of the game* pliyed last week were in Division II The matcheii of th<* Inter-Club %  played •very eveningAdelphi. which is already a' the top in thip Div.i. two victories. The Garrison team defeated Advocate eight—one nnd Bnma nine—nil. The only player to win oi tr-.iAitvocate team was George King of the Ji Krig. 1 pl.iying tennis for a few | > is a left ha ruler and has a hard EtVSjBSUtd IsBMB HigtMuM ^i far in the Open Champi<>u*h:i> foi the B" Class. played thi* week wlthI -.led down t^ & i i • %  As 1 predict,.; >i Sui %  •*,'• meet m i ,• • %  la.. ,v i Knock ("Hi' tion. On i feate-l Adelplii Ud <,>'ieens >*ollege he.,i Y W P C The II i Dolores >• %  Chandler and ivrlngtori Cnrnngton pi | .... -j. %  %  %  igtit back %  %  tMsasji bar Deane i nwarri ntf Belt* (". rrlngii'Ti ai i Dolon H mufh fnr the II %  %  %  l beautifully but then lack • aggrressive tactics caused Miem the tart. | used her good .%  .ins sense to WMl was %  two *.."" .. rton Mani %  thai p| | /li" can eoncsn%  By the tim# the games 11 ie had lei nearly -Mit to fall Oh the floor %  Ann Hoad and Ing game U .i gU< lit.' Wotxi Wil.ianu. Bjfhl next the I -.er-Club Knock-Ou' HI I n The Unit Knock Chit will be played tune 6WIN $40.00 litre ia a simple (row Word pusilr which tag! help you b> win $10.00 fur only one •.hllliiiR. Al the vinr lime you MI he dnlns >oar bit to help send Barbados' sole Olympic hope te. llrNlnki net July Fnter now and Irv your skill KtLFS 1 The first correct solution opened hv the Fdltor will win Ihe prise. I In the event of there helnc no correct notation thr one %  ii .miiuthr least errwm wklrli I. opened flmt h the I .lit.,, will win Ihe prise MAY 18 — NO. 224 The Topic of Last Week What Brian found out Where v >,i / % %  /oMf far a ass*, -t/fl I Mess iii > ; ine-.... J



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PAGfc SIX SUNDAY AD\0* \ H si NDAY, MAY is. Ift&l 77;r fV.THfy / RngBtfM CtfJMU .. ex.*.'"''' dWiynf MMMWI fc af JU>.W.... tpawkling taUm wad, a/"* a-adl . dra H {amh'ki, voiles. nay un.lwffj through are die hi-rly dtp Ferguson m 'huiif i • i.,p 1.1 u %  %  sant/atrion ai'W.-J or At uiatmal unllhe trptsfra 4 ten an At sehregf. EABDOMM TIPS TEA NEWS for WOMEN SECRETARIES Are they as good as they used to be? IS the secretary <.f to-day as efficient, as loyal, as sclflci,.* as thr Moratory ol ton, fifMan, twant] raan Th.'n she wa not only loyal, competent, and worked long hours, but she was valet, messenger, friend of the family as well. And she learned with crcat effort, and was proud to haw learned, as much abDUt the business as the boss, himself. modern Mvrt.ary who fulfils these requirements U. I ani told, a very rare jewel. Here are typical cn.,i 'TOO mi in snr.Uri" are rlorh-watcher*, who resent •wing -u--,t u> work late.' "They treat their ,„: a* •>omr thing; lhal rrovldn. MM until iiir opportunity to mirry conw* alone 'Hf nwraiK, u bad." 'lie cannot keep a secret "Baa regards her own affair* a im.re Important than m avataoV 1 A Mercurial agency told me; "A secretary nowadays does not mud u-horu she (els down. Bosses ere to fed up they uk for a good horthund typist, hoping that at •east u'c'II produce somrbodv who %  an type." What does %  bom require of s, r GraJtam t'unninaham. UM auMy-glaai king. ire. Clarke, %  ti'JV aued 17 years of .. Q>r\i. I to them bul >"U %  renti a bit difficult to i fir iiour -;.H'/.. M Y dear boy you an? rather %  1: > !' %  I..i do that and / am all confuted. O r* course, my dear, you can; %  ssiMy continue your fiicndship wr. 1 thi. boy now he is married. It could cause much trouble ior all of you. A pity indeed that you had this child lor him. as It do-a rather leave a lot of responsibility on you. Still, what is done 1* done. 1 strongly advise you. my dear T i y ;md fi-TRCt about this man. and endeavour to make your own life without thought of the past. That is all .iiid done with now. I fully realise and understand that It is a hard matter for you to decide and you have my most sincere sympathy, but you have a new life lo make now for yourself and your child. —TO 'WORRIED'. Y OUR problem, my dear. does not really fall Into my particular scope. However, do writ* to the Family Docto' about it. He will. I know, be only \"IIou trho tells me that he is bt k t>te He has. however, another e rl-fnend n'ho uor* ).* m. Must I go im Still lortny htm or must / foryet a>< H E does not give you vary much choice, does he my Iftor all. if h loved you as he says he does he would not bpenc < this other girl. Haw %  heart talk with him and put the situation clearly to him He must make up his mind one way <>r UM oirur and it certainly is not very fair to you ally, my dear. I rather fear that he Is using you and cannot be speaking the trutti when he says that he loves you. When you make up your mind definitely, dear, do not change it again. That would mean such heartbreak for you. ( am sixteen years 0/ age arfd %  Of u'ork.na. My tnoiner U ali,'aj,* abustno me sayinj f won't worth Thai is not true OM I work. Alto she way* MOtt-j things about the i/i'l BOX! door whoi I adore. Please h*lp me.— 'LE CARCONW ELL. 1 -o Uunk that the Ars: Ihing foe you to do is %  1 trying very hard to ge. a job. Then your mother have any cause for complaint. Aren't you a little 1 bo thinking seriously • a girl, especially as you are not woi king. Try to concentrate %  Uafisaj ilr*:. Get a job. work hard and conscientiously and you will see that things will ail work out well for you In the future. (If you loo hace a problem, Mrs. Clarke'jt Qotmm, c/o liarbados Advocate and she rtod to give ad rice. . Skimlinje I 2 Houses Tie In Fifth K.HI ml House and Blu Whatever kind o( teapot you may use, you unbe Mire of t dclictout tup of tea if you put in Kinlomih I ip' l : rasram. nftiilassg anil 1 little COM %  mjt w.iy< In 4-o7. pi^tcn. l:am all gnx 1 I tuf* thing under the sun. Sl.e moat have a phcnonwiuil memory, never make mistakes with appointments, never sulk or get bad tcmpeied. however badly treated' / u Sir G %  bad boas? Obviously not. Lady Cunningham was his secretary for live years before they married. One of the "oUf secretaries. 44year-old Mrs. Daisy Denniford. says: "We used to stoy at night n tha job bad lo bo don uom ilo that now.'' To which Phyllis Crowe, three years secretary to the general I tal store, replies: "Why siiouM wo completely submerge ourselves in our Jobs? I work hard, but if I want Umo otT I fat it. and Oltl t,, work lati to make up." HitBows And Little Bous BOWS are a feature of the Tarts 11.nl — "mi dre eolleetLon. They vary in slce rrum little RlrU' DIK tall bow* to hows bluer Ulan the dreuea thenuelvra, 1 % % %  1. towelling la now betna %  houii for Hummer evenlnat ilrrur*. One full length black tourllinc dreas had a watermelon emhroidrrrd on tinpoekil. I m Thorneycro/f DaroOtn—rt 1 •. %  )> eojfl %  • Pftf, red. or blue cotton. and WM worn with a fall lenrth. vivid and lowrllknc coat. Sprint; Hat> In New York they „re buy ma spring hats. . MARl.tM: IIH-TKK II. a while braided organdie turban sparkling with diamond sprays. SARAH (lit KtHll.L. a pale blue rote-strewn georgvtte turban MRS. NKI SON RO( KEFELLtlt. a white-fi-j.ther Bpnyod lOffUe "blushext v.ith silk veUI PAt'LETiE CiOlinARD. a sfieei %  II l JINX H1KIMII |(i. M.tHARV popular and beautil it TV star, a BDUJJ tlnwiT-buu, hat in azure blue It A T II K It I Ni: ( tlRNELL. u Oowor-betl cloche In natural sugnr straw. Flower ClaatM TO keep ehlldrtn'oerupled during ichool holidays a London tlnti-t is >Uirllna rla*es in flower arrangement for children up lo 12. They will be Instructed In the r, and handling of llowrro. 1 1 drroratlnn. Inaoov bait* growing, in making hair Banff, Victorian posy howls, and wild %  lower arrangement. I why mother put me o/> the flea* s); with added vitamins! EASY TO PREPARE \ Mother, if you cannot breast-feed your Baby, you can rely on Ijictogcn. Lactogcn is pure cow's milk modified 10 make ii just like breast milk in balanced nourishment, and in digestibility. New, in addition to this advantage, Baby gets ihe wonderful benefit to his health of extra titmmu. For I-actogcn contains added vitan.in A to build resistance to illness and aid vigorous growth; vilamin D lo guard against rickets and help Baby develop sturdy bones and Ittfltsf teeth. Added iron protects from anaemia. Choose this fine fcjd for your Baby—and watch him thrive on Lactogen. SOLD BY WEIGHT The net weight ii dearly indicated on each nn. 16 oz. tin 40 ox. tin n&W~ MOTHER BOOK I. .'/ iht "iiL-thcr Book" far ixpeciant and fust thi' uhurv tnupon to '#'. CKBIaYJBS fcfM.VI' Lilt. Hri,l,/,l„„,i EMPlRtSDAY fa from pate 1 HivUion: 1051—locn-i 47 intermedlato Division: 1951 a 1 17 entries. In t division the number of e tries is pracUcalti the same it is realised that in the tied'wiui"45a"poTnU fallowed "bv UM prelect ( """"""'"< •*' "•"" scheme or potters. It will t* readiTh w( alhPr w on the whole sgLVwarra ^ zzB/HSSbwnllw interest create.l ' f.'P^'A'K. said date is. Red. Captain Major A. DeV. Chase, 2205, Blue. Captain His ExcoUoncy the Governor has Li. Col. Connell, 2201, Yellow, himself very closely Captain J. R. Jordan. 2113 and with the work being done by the Green, Capt. C. R. E. Warner, r the League of Empire liisley and it would be a decided tion of the League of Empire, setback to the West Indies if turns have hnd to Barbados could not raise a team be postponed in due of the fact of to go. A formidable obstacle is, Court Mourning following the of course, the cost, but It Is hoped death of our lata Sovereign, King t i ial i ne four colonies concerned George VI The Committee of the wiU rooarn substantial assistance. League of Empire however hope to nrrange HUM' < •clebr.'itinns in 1953 when they will be associated quite with the Coronation of visit, it was evident that the'stand1 uaabath HrWUllaini aid of work would be extremely % %  Id. hiah un-l nhowed remarkable adwhan the Aihinair visited Comvanees In performance and conbOI I %  Bebool If % %  LI yesterday ception over the previous years. exhibits were arriving Mr. Williams said: "There Is no k placed In position by the doubt that our schools like this Organising Secretary of the form of competition and it is League of Empire. Mr. V. B. Wilhoped that the general public will give the Committee its wholeAlthough only just half of the hearted support by attending on .' the lime of this Friday and Saturday of this week." Wm. Dunn MayTake Over Hat tins (lamp M.C.C. Save 366 L? 6 '^ainsl India OontwMa by Ren Simpson of Notis and loin Gravcncy <>t NASSAU. M:iy 6. Gloucester enabled the MCc to Liquidation proceedings agan t Score 366 for 6 on the first day Butluu Bahain s Ltd. ui • lueir iliree-day match against vfore the Supreme Court on Uie Indian tourists at Lord's. Monday. Creditors IT.. Ilmpaon, whose oontury was and agreed to a further four the llrst against the tourists this week, 1 '* adjournment when the summer, made his 101 out of 168 Court meets on Monday to enable bl jurt over three hours without William Dunn of Chicago to make giving a chance. He was evenarrangements to take over IhO hi. lly eaught by Gopinath at enterprise. long on. attempting a big hit. Graveney who made pix eentuDunn is taking over the venrics during the recent MCC tour turo, peovldssd ba can arranKe 0 f mdia, batted Just over foui tttUg in UM United Stati-s hours for his 158. of first mortgage dabODturw to |„ chasing runs during the satisfy the claims of mrge creditlosing minutes the MCC lost ors and provided Uie Bahamas' three quick wieketa. Groveney. Legislature extend him Iba MUM c.mpton and Cowdrcy all being gambling and other concessions j^,, ou t. given Butlin. The largest creditThe close of play scores In Essex on agreed to accept debentures vs. Notts were. Notts 268. Hardln full satisfaction of their claims staff 105 Ray Smith 5 for 96. and If Dunn succeeds the smaller Essex 33 for 2. Kent vs. Glamorcreditors will be paid fully. l\P. IN HOSPITAL AFTER ACCIDENT "SON" Marshall of Parris Gap. Weslbury Road, was taken to the shfro 399, Lov.'son IM. rfan. Kent 384 for 7, Brian Edrich 110. Mayes 106. Warwick vs. Gloucestershire— Warwick 196 Scott 6 for 57 Glou;' for 3. Un.ster vs. Derby—Derby 225. Leicester 43 for 1. Surrey vs. Sussex — Sussex 365 for 0 John Langrldgc 135. Parks 13H. Worcester vs. Yorkshire— YOTKCencral Hospital on Thursday and detained. Marshall was involved in an accident with a "hit-and-run" cyclist. AT Bright Hall Plantation. St. Lucy a lire during burnt live and a half acres of St con d crop ripe CaMMI fourteen and a half acres of third crop Hampshire vs. Somerset—Hamp % hire 253 for 9 declared Raymenfl 100 not out; Somerset 57 for 4. Middlesex vs. Northants — Middlesex 278 Robertson 98. Northants 1 2 fo r I. HUNTE DEFEATS BAVLEY TWO UP Uon'ble K. R. Hunte defeated Colin Bayley two up In their ienu-iinal golf match for the 11 "•' Founder's Cup at bKkUf OoK sour nr.on, urr.nerlv of Snrmtf .... .. __ ^ .. airuiiuLi n i Liu >IL ii'n i\ iv LIWIL E"ir f,T^. V'? 1 *"* ' 222 Club jrclerdar afternoon The Hall Lid. The daraa M Is e„v,,.,l m M / r wa J, C11 ,„, go „ ,„„ By Iniurance. dplu> a alhiht wind blowing This nrc exlendert to ClnlT. aero., the fairway th atandard Plonliitlon. St. LUC/ and burnt •'' <'*'" v qu !! c ,00d Thc five acre, of second orn) rlpa '", rw "' % %  '" %  "> %  cane., Oiirleen and a half acre >" the quarter flnaU Mr. J. D. of young canes. 39 acres of voung Eagen and Mr. C. Bellamy were ratoona and nine acres of dour ?'' "1"IJ ''" playing their IS grass, properly of E. N. Roacli of holes and this match will be rethe same plantation. T!i,. datflgn played tomorrow morning and the 1. also covered by IBM ,.-. • %  ' "" mulch will meet "--1'ble K. R. Hunte in the finals. CUTLERY. "PRESTIGE" HOLLOW GROUND CARVING KNIVES r.lli M) KNIVES IIAM SUCERS STF-XK KNIVES I'TILITY KNIVES STAINLESS STEEL KITCHEN SET (An ideal Wrddine. Present) KITCHEN RACKS. ETC. Pay us ii visit and see our Slock of Kitchen Accessories! C-!^^M! HARDWARE !" irs HICKETT STKEE1 (Opposite Post Office) PHOMI Mil nun: i HOPPER BICYCLE THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD. H'hito Park Road. SI. Michael Oflicc l 4326 Merchandise: 4528 Workshop : 4346 1650 t s



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SUNDAY, MAT 18, 1K2 SUNDAY ADVOCATF PACE SF.VFV .What's Cooking In The Kitchen WHAT .mre. thin an ,ce Cream m tu* heat*: Have \ ou tried t .re Ihiw easy reclp*--.. You should put tnern but it you have a fridge you might try to put ihem m thr trecre-box and turn il I to lime to prevent it from getting iced. \ .mill.. Imrfaiii OarulaKM ug..r | lb. Kg* Yolk. 7 egg <>nful. VanllU essence Cream ^ pint. Put the sugar <5tablrapoonsful> with the 7 eag yolks ant < M whole egg in a saucepan. Put the MUM. pan on a very low flame and beat the egg and th,sugar until iho mixture i* lukewarm. Continue to beat aUo when you take the saucepan off the fire until the mixture H completely cold, frothy and light. Add then the 2 tnblesponnsful or icing MI tear. I teaspoonful of vanilla MMm and with a wooden ipoon mix gently the whipn.i cttU (about ij Classes) to th.. mixture |"our the ntixturr in a icecream mould, cover it with some greaseproof paper. Butter the sides of thu mould so that the paper will stick and no water will get into the icecream Put the mould under the ice for about three hours, take the mould off the ice. wash it In cold water, take off the covet and pour it into a dish. Mixed Fruit Icecream Mixed fruit puree 1 glass Syrup 11.'3 water and 2 of sugar) Cntam 2 glasses Juice of on*, lemon or lime. Making a puree of any iruit you I..' biiunas. pa-paw, mangoes etc.) by sifting all the fruit until you get a glass full. The syrup must be the siumquantity and the cream must be double the quant ity of 'Me fruit. You can take the %  yrup by melting two parts of the weight of the sugar and one part water. Add the cold syrup to the milt puree gently then add the Juice of a lime and finally the whipped cream. Proceed then as In the flrrt recipe. Zahaione Icecream Egg yolks 3 Water | tablespoonful Sugar 3 tablespoonsful. Vermouth i glass (I use rum instead) Cream J glass. Put the egg yolks In a saucepan. odd the 1 tnhlespuonfu! of water T i th S 3 lb, **Poon*'ul of sugar and i Khist of sweet vermouth or i Um 'the 5auce pan on a vary low flame and beat the mixture until it is frothy and light. When the mixture is lepid, take it off the fire ond so on beating it until It Is completely cold. Mix then I glass of whipped cream. Pour Into an ice-cream mould and put it on the lee for about 3 hours. CROCHET DESIGN Corona r\ Thrombosis W> ILLr M in | (R <>!.. D.eV. :i.< I .Iocs COATS CHAIN MKKt i:il CROCHET NO. 19 (2t gram.) Materials 1 Bali selected colour I Tatting Shuttle. 1 Collar and Cuff Set. Abe—Thus— R — ring; ds — double stitch, Direct ions Sr of 4 ds, p, 4 ds, cl. Rw, ap of '4 In. (. cm.), i ol 4 ds. 6 p'.i sep by 1 ds. 4 n ... of 1 m (.0 cm.), ar of 4 ds, join to p of previous sr. 4 da. cl. liw, sp of '4 in. (.0 cm.), r of 3 da, join to last p of previous r, 3 ds, p. 3 ds. p— picot; cl— dose; rw — reverse P( 3 as. cl. Rw, >p of j work; sr — small ring. „ r of 4 ds. p, 4ds. cl. Rw. sp of 1 in. t 6 cm), r or 4 iis, join to i ds. S p's sap by I ds. I ds. Artery Disease. This has %  lahst—the cai.i,. in-thing beyond diagenee y„ There appears In h • in I9U0. T • %  until u,, %  %  n in i what is generalh -"has lust -ulphate.-whlch thinn ror I %  P | be tn ' %  %  %  cenne or %  -. %  Mmhuri chloride— %  i . niiure of circulation is undouht1 until me Itagi I m u.halalii able t, that ponton ol the •"irt lupplMd bv UM vessels not IWCtad, U I'.ll as UM affeetiM %  tag %  tXMtmenl for the last S.Man h-.< heen proved of Mrs little value and In m-nv cases actually oVtrimenial. It L now the practice to K'x-p a patient wli nary thrombosis In a chair beginBM irly in the nine*, %  p,nble. As ever) pftyafaaM hnowi %  fine and real arohlsonh %  MBBTOI what h known ,.s the anginal or pain sltuiitiim ..f the heart. Nitroglycerine very translentlv dilates the coronarv artery .-inn i Litre "re it <|,"i;tlnulng underlvniR .t LOOK YOUR BEST Guide Notes The m-un topic in Guide circles this week was the r"air. We were very fortunate in having fine weather and there was a splendid attendance. All the stalls have made mure money than last year, but wo *hall not know the result of the F-ilr until the Bicycle Raffle is closed at the end of July. We have set ourselves a larger target than last year because the wall must be paid for and the rest of the grounds still have to be an* closed with walla. 12th Guides (Westbury Girls' School), with Miss Ina Pickering. hiked to St. Judes on 1st May. They cooked a meal In a clearing behind the Girls' School and afler lunch they explored the neighbourhood. They were given some cane which they thoroughly entoyed. They returned to town by •bus during the afternoon. 200 Rangers and Guides of the town Companies will attend the Youth Service to be held in the grounds of Government House on Sunday. 25th May. Rangers and Guides, who have been notified to attend, will assemble at Pax Hill at 3.30 p.m on Sunday. 25th May. Your neck is on show just as much as your face so it should get the same amount of care. Its skin i tougher. It coarsens and discolours more easily than the complexion, but It will tako stronger treatment. To keep the skin smooth and taut, give it a brisk friction treatment every time yuu have a bath Use a not-too-hard brush and lots of soap, working with a spiral movement from the base up. Slap on cool toniclotlon daily. Get rid of dinglness—or a suntan hangover — with a weekly lemon-magnesia bleaching pack. No make-up should end, like a mask, at the edge of your Jaw. Give your neck its fair shore of powder and foundation too. Blend the make-up off to nothing just before It meets the neckline of your dress. Taking steady, daily care -for granted, it is the way you cany your head — and shoulders— which helps more than aagihiu to keep your neck tirm und young-looking You see you just can't get away from the need for good posturo. Find Vour Colour In clothes, again. It is the colour which dOM tilings (Of which should recur most often In your dothaa, Onca you*v round it hold on to it. poopU won't get tired of seeing you in one colour if that eototir D Clow lik,. a rorf Add flashes of it—chiffon baiuuaa, Bowers, handbags, etc. to brighten background colours such as black, navy grey. To tlnd this master-colour, rid y*our mind of any bias, and start with the Idea that you like any n>iour if n Ufcea rou' Taal by throwing larg|> ptacag of H fTcrent oak .1 across under your chffi. I-nik at yourself In a strong light — day, artificial, or both, according to oroMut Does yellow make your skin look %  ofi.r falrari Then it's yours. l>oes pink make you look sallow? Then It's out. Maybe you'll bo surprised at th c colours you can wear if you'll only try them. For short necks with round or square faces to give length to this type of head, dresses should p V oaths; low wide necks narrowing to the neck, low boat necklines; sweetheart; open shirt collars sitting low at the back of the neck; Hat Peter Pan collars; coats should have tailored lit low ,,t the neck; md hats should be wider than the brow — Ideally the hat should follow ii brnk.'ii Una with a slight tilt to ona il t Mold alajh aaUaga, IDL square necks. brimless hats sitting straight or aliilhtly forward on th face; hate i i linn the width of the face; choker necklaces. ( IHMIS.* Vour Type %  %  %  -I'-nn '."'k 'i 1 wearing hlghroJIed collars; wide necklines; collars .p at the bark of neck; high drapes; choker necklaces; tin r necks; portrait (K'ckltiics—scooped low in front %  "I across the back formng a frame for the face and neck: Daaha with stand-up the I iack: open shirt collars. Si I ablrl colfrith wide and standup ollbrs; bat* with loa which dive width U> Remember you should avoid n-ks. plain roan II collars; high crowned narrow hats. I Bv contrast, there is one and onli ..,„• treatment which attacks the basic ondttlon in ., large proIK>rtlon of such cajaa. In the case of coronary th r omboala Vitamin K ( ilph.'i tocopherol) hns been shown in experimental animals and in humans to (1) Decrease the oxygen requirement of cirdlar muscle. (3) Help resolve blood vessel clots or prevent them. (3) Help resolve scar tissue In many types of heart disease processes. (4) Increase collateral <-in nl ittOD BUTOpaajl in vest iga tori are tre"iendnnlv helped hv n fortunate alfcurnatanca which make* available to them nnlv two nlphn toeopheml products both of which are reliable In Amen, i %  ht nlvnit BOO products—most of vhirh nre *mlxture of "tncoolier"V" i-fmtnlnlng titiknown nnfl uncontrollable amounts of the valuable Vitamin E fractions. Alph.i-t^rnphcrol ha* also been S roved most effective in Buergur' isoaee Thronibophlcbltls. or gen crnl impedlnvnt to blood flow Ii th,. legs. All Intravascular cUttiiik!, whether in the NflWftl vessels or tha icrebral the coronary system, must be due to one mechanli It Is also true that the anatomical peculiarities of the different .rtrries may he addition >l facUM in the tendency for clots t< hi Use themselves. The extension of the use of VltaBUn E. this relatively harmle*' Hi. try factor, to coronary thrntnbo II In too simple to he taken very sci KMUly by the Gollaths of medicine i i • had remains that there a. Oa Pag* 11 Man AirtUToion I pward of lift* di-lir* IM >oui itlng pleasure: An.l I*I '.j ...it. Mem, ,,t Ac fc... R .. r %  l( IUU hsuch delicacies as thebr (hickva In the iwik — waJue* aaaafc •ynss* — hambarfer^ lcjk.fTerent soups. You \-.\W choice lor I • c.nopy or indo..' %  lii-d. Ile-t k. UW l.orM good i,tough for most ol r.iriah Bicycles are reading M At the Raleigii Headquarters in Barbados you will •m tyia from i." to 2t" trarnag for Bog and aha psoot ag ..ii Paul is at UM %  l.ak'igh Cycle Counter in 14u •i.pherd < %  •. IM nd ih.man talk Ii VllK-it A .-..uiiiics. Dual N'liiiciin Ughtlng %  I or In a collection of aWta <"'"> Iho aaaaaal) Ma BBBpBOehsg nine fulltime mechanics. This ..il cycle lepartment in l\i\c .. a 'must' for aval) "Wmrr. Black. Hui N ill '.,.i, need ilo choose your frame %  K.iiii.h Idau by UDplOU Hi'g Harris f. | 1 %  I • • • I'.nk. fleam taaga UMl White IM IMI'I that a Mnaal oi, %  tlicm ut the Co-llprralKrelteu factor) Showroom yuu II noil they havtj matching TUea ntnl accocnpaiiying Plumbing Pixrhaaa include iad ripe*, i HoU rtpea branches as wall as Bib and %  SOP Cecha in brass and chrome. 'II Hod Whi:. I • -"Hi Murnlni. I.aaUseVl f* iiMinomiH--ami Waddln Pn and a womtertul o( low pricci rlvralng Rags The Villaar l*hoa Invftl you to sec K,. o/l< mantel and Ha*) ItUsMeaUtmC you'U • ...i. roa m the %  Unw'a a-nlialb-M Si, lea at Local 1 I lie lain Jon ajhaara Stork fee Mro. Mucli ..niiaii too. N. htwosght and tdlan and b Sparta Jackets uu from $-'<) In at newe-t of naap Trsa4.iK Qah nraaai i aTaaalaii ,, hara ii Silk Dressing QM towelling Math i; ihrea, ..il age In I:MBK>IIH:KI t I.V-M S. siMiki s:w |N'. Vt Mil M\ Dorothy Walker, ph. MT. There ar v 2$ lesaoru in the counat, 1 ou m i tune bevau ndua.1 m%  ith %  pi a, tuv peiiiKt of %  half bourn avei Id l.iiuii. Laiaiene. Hug. ha you at nominal Uxa. UTBUM will tall you %  i whan von phone. • • • nit; MI Krui IN ..in gtva %  1 orU and the ne I Maple and Mahog-uu Cabinet aDOdnaag, .ti.jgiiiforward and it UIIO c nnnh l a ol itaiuling up to i % %  • .lie LISTEN IN and t iluctiun at HUMAN TAYtig'S simttHiMlM And take a at Mi,. Tnaniinotli u-tut I *n iii. .. an llrtenlng lo a| T K4IIAL OARAOK have %  clean 'lunbad' (..1 i %  anp ..he.i.l or \our e> iion need UlC ~l\ it) IMlt.K IKIRKIS Tha O.H.V Kngfne p.. ks punch .vitii aeonoaan. The l MCI upholstered interior pro. uinfnri uid pace and harry staad boot vthing down to the dog. A driving invition le vt ihUlt] maka this %  fi /my road. You're fashion*! dreaui-girl ia ChaiuuueUe... 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TSDAT. MAY 18 1M SVVDAY \nvK in PACE SINE .. ADIOS QUERIDA MIA..." By n MI\ i" rOEL It m a nice Tue-dny mornIng when the F.C fc.Q S.M. it of the huge suuon of %  crowd it came to gay goodbye to thur friends ,itid family who | e f. the ity of li After a 4 months* Blaj m %  %  it MM nice the Krecn Beau. the Held. %  Diet and K very body i night* when %  rauLiaj in tw streets. All nicely dressed op and everybadj with • nk a DM <.m kind of AM and minv i whan I could buy Mich %  r. n ft If . Sou'.h Amcr'oa WM v. ry different from u %  : Mud ha vegetation Ynu did no of Africa walk*] g of BuenuB %  lonely %  > The (untie u i and widk-ing hrough .1 .miv aaa bin houe mid the Jammed traffic. And %  enough of the "Tango %  re In avegy cafe you and when" every !• i iDon played nothing elfe but "Tangos.*" I could not exnlore tin artda Pampas foi the Argenlme Government but Pemn was a nice man for everybody, even for me %  travel all over Argentine. So 1 lo cross the Pampas and stepped that Tuesday morning in the luxury train from tho %  Argentine inn In line. Soon we were in the P.impai whan only cows and horaes could live The heat was terrible. What a difference with Bucnoi Aires where many times a frxr'n breeze gave tho good and real atmosphere. The Pampas did look the same as the dry Karroo from South Africa where very few animals live. But in the Pampas—sometimes hundreds of miles of waving wheat or corn—there were more animals than men. Troops of hundreds of cows and half wild horses could be Men I-very moment. I wondered why no more people wanted to settle down in the Pampas. Everybody wanud to tfay in Buenos Aires and m.body in the lonely and hot Pampas. The whole day we travelled In that train. One thousand kilometres said the conductor that night when we arrived near Mendora the Wine city of Argentine. That was the finish of the Journey and most of the travellers went lo the country next day. To be In the middle of the Pampas is a thrilling experience. To Uva with the Qauoboa FLOAT1SO HOUSE ON T11F. AMAZON Pampas. I remember that we ate one night .. whole cow wo had lo gallons of u. 300 lb.s. of meat: but in. "Gauche" lives on meat, and without meat he could live HO ro:re thun two days The day came that I had to CfOH DM Andes, the big rock complex that separated ChiUfrom the Argentine 1 Jumped on a "Furgon" with ten "Gauchos" who went across with two hundred cows. The train pulled hard and went only 10 miles an hour. When the sun set down it got very cold. Everybody started drinking the Yerba Mate and we had a Tot of roasted meat. The next morning we were over 9.000 feet. In front of us was the highest mountain of South America: Aconagua (23,330 feet) all covered with snow. 1 was shivering; like a cat. The cold was too much for a man who was used to the tropical heat of Africa. And then we reached the border. The Chilean police were very nice and nobody seemed to die from hunger In Chile as all tho Argentines told me. We went in an electric train which brought us down in a curving track to Los Andes, a little city not far from ahe high Andes log* Ml like it at Bl] I i i tplarM I %  Than I ii i er h" The time I stayed in Chile waa a nice time. I did not have no much money to spend but life was very cheap and UMTS. was amusement everywhere The whole population of Chile— the world's longest country was white. The 6 million inhabitants had a wonderful life amongst the green valleys and the ripening grapes. I travelled right down the Ande? and arrived on the little islands not far from the (Arii.-i.tuii.Cowbaart JLrWJrli i!fl' I i Cli ; TtU> Ar,u M h '" 1 ll 1 Interesting time. fur animals or gazelles, but you Just take a lasso and Jump on one of the horsea and select a cow. Then everybody starts yelling and at last you get the cow. The "Gauchos"* twite their knives and after killing the cow they start cutting the meat. In the meantime BonM Of Uawn have a fire ready and everybody iroosting the meat, listening to the guitar players of tho fWut of my body and 1 WM accustomed to the cold agair The Araucanian Indians were vtry nice and friendly to everybody. And then I went up again the South American continent. I passed Chilian. ConValparaiso Santiago I left the green valleys in the South American which stretches from c of Chile lo the midcepcioti. and thei and w,. "Sahar.i dla .f Pi plan > m the capital of Ima. IWu ..nti. in South America. It nu the oldest University in South Anannci and is ocie of the ing countries'in uhe Southern Hemisphere. The 428.258 aq. miles of Peru consist of 2T'r over BJ0OO met, and I Jungle and the remaining: ., i> lowland along the coasts. The population (7,000,000) is chiefly Indian. There are two big cities in Peiu: Lima and Arcqulpa. I stayed not mote tnan 3 days in the capital. An airlift l<.k me to Arcqulpa. 700 kilometres •MltU Of the Capital. 1 stayed a few days in this half Indian city and went with a lurry up tho Andes. 1 always i.member th;it trip. 1 WM thr only European amongst the Indians who did not speak Spanish Tho road was very rough v difficult. Tre kmy did not go faster than 10 miles an luur and all UM P climbing. We reached over 15.000 feet. The cold was too much for two women. They died from heart attack. Hut the lorry went on. Everybody was uhewmg coca leaves, a drug to heart going Then we went slowly down. Tho A>iiiar< Indians were everyrttn their Llamas and i ban waa not i tne, a piece of grass on ihe*e bighlands. Just rocks and some atone i uti tram the in i All the Indians had different hats. Some of them wore 3 or 4 hats together The woman had at least 15 frock* and were very wmnU And so wr rem-hett lake Tlticaca, world's biggest lake (12.518 feet). The water was very cold but could Dot dew because II contained too much iron as I was told by the Indians. The food we had wal very monotonous. Everyday white Indians' potatoes and |1ce. And then naturally the cool, % %  Wat. I went down to BollVul and spent a few weeks amongst the Indians and came back & Peru tocross 1.000 miles 0VR the lops of the Amies I travelled more than 5 week* at an altitude of 14.000 feet, DM up till 17,000 feet | was Uiriblc. Every day 1 could take i off mv fa*e and .very morning at 7 o'clock I was glad to aee the warming sun again. 1 lived among the Indian;, the descendants of Incas. Nobody spoke Spanish, You could buy noth•iM but silver ornaments the Indians. And then over the high and rugged chain I arn Huancayo amongst the yuocha Indians, who were the most colourful dressed In the whole of South America. I want down to Lima and -tayed n.ore than 2 months in tho capital, had my body recovered from all the mountain travelling and gave a lot of lectures, then I took a plane and The Government of Peril flaw me AndM int.. UM Aoiaaona Jungle The Cold of UM ASMM] mountain and the DTI I r was Still IB BM and I did not have any trouble at all when I arrived at the biggest river in the Americas. The Indians from thff Jungle were different from th O i .inps. Cosbthlo* and Uitotos war living far awuy from the head stream. I travelled dOP i of the rivors and met the headend had a few narr i ,,i .-Life was verv hard and ma times DOl v-iv tV. Once went with some of tlM "Cos hlos Indlos" in a small canoe JONES M:\VI\. MA< MIXES HAND MODEL—complete with woo and base. "JOMW KM "MINES will do every description of %  | make a perfect lockstitch on all materials, thick or thin. Buy a "JONES"—it will give you a lifetime Ktajry service. Credit Terms Arranged II \ltlllSO\S Broad St. — I-ocal Agents the side river of the Amazons. ,. WMUMI go lor a I i.u to nay goodbye to the I> i lh) nnii i-.uio-iiLin.iii man .n U. Bfi days up the Itaya river and then i me 10 .. DtU D pis wen mourn.' jug over a dead chief. As soon .. We passed the vill-iit', some of the people jumped into DU small canoes and followed us vnn .,n enormous speed. They wen' \ellmg and screaming Just as if they wanted to kill us. The Coabihlos Indians were afraid too. Many times they didn't know what the other Indians wanted to do and so we waited for them. Without any friendly greetings we were taken by the red painted Indians to the hitle village and were pushed near the dead man. Everybody started weeping and during the next three days eveiyb.-ly did nothing else but weeping. The heat was enormous. The m^siiiutoes by hundred.^ and Lie The food for family jili less Mamma n i food dfii'y source at VltanMa B A hue added to Sttwv W. pi Smcti Cra*m and %*' %  > % %  'r '.ft* | .** Cain fi-or ind fourihmal. Children lo, M.r( i.-_pCist'r m Si"d->*i ol *'*rj (srteiy C-vJ on hoi t> need toui • |W I OI„ 1 HI.. MARMITE THE VITAMIN B £ A I fXIBAC; GIVES COOKING EXTRA GOODNESS 4ND FLAVOUR all danced entl ajati n lot of no*M It lo fad m> stay in their litue nu alng: "Adios cjuerldn mla . .'as I did in Hie other cmn tni tv paddled up v a woman h the W r I vmg a liabthe river side As %  \ ., rnsit nuns smell of the dead man wi rible. The Indians wen drunk. Every hour one WOSaan < ime with a calnbasii full kf Chapo. their famous drink. It was very alcoholic and n. | very tired but y It TlM meat we had at m. the same monkey meat I had In the Jungle of Central Afi this was much better prapai d Every morning they put a kind of blunkel on the body of the dead man. That was to keep the smell away. And then after three days of weeping I ran oul of tears and fits and could not stand it anymore. I went up and M • I wanted to go. All tinhfllan* danead around m with big arrows and lanre. I waa scared. Hut UM turned iheir barks to me and started running around ami I knew I could go Hut befa went I ant lot* .,r was the appreciation that I wad their friend and that I was mourning over thrir chief. The naked woman from the village ran to the border of the Itaya river when I and the Cosblhio* Indians went off. They INDIAN the child was born the washed her ebUd an.I Th mock an<| waited to nurse the b i | I neon dayi hi in the hammiK-k wilh n. aim aoi il'n%  %  as a sick person gets. V..pnl ., %  t. Indiana and there I stayed IOJ a few days, right in the middle of the Puma DUalL lithe vi.hige was a nice man Mi liked to give me a ftt l would give me a nice girl of hat little tribe. Y. man, when you mar' take .dl tlio sisters UM as you S" %  in v m i In that tribe jui Id Mure paan ta They lived In a horra... Uoa l be .i %  the girls already whin the] ware 1 and 7 Mart ,i i Wl 11 | %  the hig trees ,n by the ants. Two week" later we went back to the hcadstream. The Jungle WM very thick and bh 11 i were ill BMOSi Ik** whivtle,! a boy who M4SJ a nice gnl. I went up MM l"iitaii | MtJnj hundreds of dinYi.n in icfied E went to the old otty of Quito an enjoyed the ol and the Irenh all tit %  ..VII 1 Montana | .. %  %  rhey were nd were all painted I differenl and nlei i i ordj i.nito. but thi .1 i.v lh OUM I rhaj painted UM pedal palni and > %  <• i %  Hal am] %  a] %  h ii <>i tha li i einsj a man walking with a hiilr hat. The Andr were sa 11 i n | again and I went Over the tneaa high p %  bordei ot Cohunbii The Indiai were ulmoit the aame 1 uw R Bee*doi tnd Peru All I had long hair ,m.l WON VWt | %  null They all were poni ho (kind of bunfcetj m olffereni alou %  Then i went down U rallej i vl ited Call, thi ia i The i Culiimbin and orae prl %  mpanlM i • the mounti | BJMO I. %  i ||al of Columbia It one of DM mi I %  . f South Am. Then i went up to the 'Wall i %  %  %  (iuajua with the wild In .... %  Vera tut I i I most < %  AIIIITK g. There 1 i l | l| llelds in a nice ., I went down the threi UM arhoh niay, VI oh 'me to %  afi from Jungle and And. .... doyed the b i h %  friar* peop l e wne { I-IWI and arrows, but in %  IT'S GOOD TO SEE THE FAMILIAR FACE OF MARTELL Cfjrintic0M BRANDY LONG OK SHORT THE PERFECT COMPANtON Af.fNIS SlANSIIlD. SCOTT a CO.. LTD. BR I Of. Fl """ %  CoiriniMiisI Plain's Over FdataVow TAIPl i M I re slghtr 1 1 %  %  : %  An Islandwlde alert v i %  rphn Pwnei tact. 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I"\.< Flf.HT SI-NT) \V ADVOCATF SrXDAY, MAV I. IK! 8\KBAD0Sj^ AUVO(TK Sunday. May IS. U52 4 0\FIIt\. Grrtn. oh. Mr. Cr. .. V^ you're oof mu n*rr*i on edoe. / fear for you. dear Mr. Q., because of privilege. If iron don't know about Ir yet, you'll know about it later, That lit a crime to rrirtcue a u'oman leattlalor. Oh. Mr. Ceetn, dear Mr Greit,. oh. pleaae don't play the fool; Ail tcoTfien In rhe H. QJ C. arc amapl and bcaurtftil: When they stand up lo make a speech |heu dazzle the heholder. With darina hat upon the head and chip upon the shoulder. .Veil only are they bcaull/ul, but beautiful and bnyhl, Like women not tn Parliament, they're always, always rtuht. No problems are loo biff for them, no politics appal, i'nitfmos of the Welfare Stair. they soloc and know them alt. So, Mr. G. you must not say % %  -• %  '• things about their hair. V"ou must not say they're ever u-ronp because it isn't /air. So one must criticise their speech, their habits or their curls. For. ajfei all, it's not quite nice to pull the legs of ffirls. If you persist, dear Mr. C, remember Kiplina's tale "The female of the species w more deadly than the male." Jf this be true, dear Mr. O., 1 think one miaht infer That airls who sit in Parliament are even deadlier. Pardon Me A COMMUNIST art expert ha* explained, in Berlin. that "the agonised smile of the Mona Lisa shows she identified : herself with the sufferings of the progressive working It* NATIIAMII (.1 BRINS So you see. comrades, how simple life becomes when once you have embraced the Cominunist faith All problems are aoivtd the moment you understand that everything 1* ratali I to the working-class movement. Up nil now. when unenlightened serfs of the so-called Westra.-ifs have looked at IN petura "Highland Cattle" they have Just thought well. that's a picture of Highland cattle. One day an enlightened Communist will explain that the cattle look either angry or MJtcted because they are thinking: "If we belonged to a collective farm we would provide milk and beef for the working classes instead of feeding the idle, gluttonous bour• • • Take another picture. "The Sug at Bay." Without Communist instruction you would never know that the stag represents the persecuted wnrkinif-clow" turning, at Bat, with revolutionary ardour. un the hounds, who are the dogs and cannibals of the capitalist world. So far we don't know what The Laughing Cavalier was laughing .v unless he was an aristocrat sneering at the sufferings of the working classes, but I must say I am glad I have been put right about th, Mona Lisa. In my Ignorance I always thought the girl had Indigestion 1 thought her agonised smile was a smothered burp and that the picture ought to he called "Pardon Me. 1 Here Conies Cookie "General Elsenhower put on a white apron and cooked a dinner for 15 people."—.. Report from Luremburo. S O it seems that the general and his Uncle Nat have something in common. They are both amateur cooks. Of course, his Uncle has never tried to cook for IS people. His limit is two. or three if you count Lottie, the Devil Cat. This may be because Eisenhower is a general with organising anility, while his Uncle, who couldn't organise a coffee stall, rOM above the rank I'tipaui Lance-Corporal after nearly five years as a backward private. Another advantage enjoyed by %  ^r is that a general of his ability must have the gift of Intense concentration, whereas his Uncle finds It difficult to concentrate for more than a minute even on what he is doing now. Therefore, when a meal ibeing prepared by these silly, fumbling hands an even sillier mind is wandering In a world of make-believe, composing dialogue, thinking up rhymes and metres for doggerel verse, and even flying off to Russia to argue with Stalin, or to America argue with senators. While this is going on the potatoes boll over and put the gas out, smoke rises from canned pta: bU'ning over a fierce flame in i redhol saucepan, and the week's meat ration (two chops, usually) is in flames under the grill. As this charred mess Is being transferred to dishes cracking In an oven, whose fiery DNafl might have come straight from the "open gates of IlelL Stalin li answering back, under his ingrowing moustache, Tovarich: "Why should we start somcthino when we shall achieve world Communism by friohtenina Ihe West and making you spend all your money on armaments?" As the underdone potatoes ure being mashed and fly off at tangents on to the floor an An.Cucan senator is booming: "The way lo stop them sons of so-and-sos Is to hit (hem hard rioht now with feerylhina we're got." It is at this moment that Lottie, the Devil Cat, usually intervenes. On the last occasion, excited by the smoke, the flames, and the smell of burning meat, she Jumped on to your Uncle's shoulder as he was carrying a loaded tray into the dining-room and brought it crashing to the ground. He has not been allowed to cook anything since. —L.E.H. How Fed Up Is Canada? T HE affair of the Canadian National Steamships, which is by no means yet settled, has focussed West Indian and Gulanese attention on this region's relations with Ihe Dominion. What is lo be the future of Canada-West Indies trade? The affair of the Canadian National Steamships is only one example of what might fairly be describid as worsening trade relations between Canada and the West Indies. Briefly the affairs of Canadian National Steamships is a story of frustration, an introductli of of :tlon aa tt wereInto Canada ish Caribbean as the third routine West Indian metlioda tit customer of Canada, afte procedure. United States and the U: Canada, the land for whom (he 20th century has been named by Canadian and other writers, is learning how West Indians set about their affairs and the lesson is producing rapid disillusion. M ORE and more Canadians are becoming sceptical as to the future of the West Indie*. It seems Incredible to anyone. not only to Canadians, that West In-, dian governments after having been informed in 1947 and 1948 : and again at an official conference in early 1B48 that the two • omtmmnmn . Ijidy liners on the Canada-West' 0 j trade. Theri II* nsl'lirijl' II II III < cannot but annoy Canadians who are interested in promoting trade U-iwccn ihe West Indies and Canada. In recent years their patience has been sorely tried and there are signs—unfavourable signs from the West Indian point of view—that Canadian exporters arc turning towards Mexico. Venezuela and other Latin American countries as being more promising export territories than the West Indies. Already has replaced the DrltIrd largafter the nited Kingdom. The position of the United Kingdom in this unsatisfactory trade recession is not easy to define. The United Kingdom Is committed to a policy which, if it succeeds, will result In considerable diminution of trade between the West Indies and the United Kingdom. If the West Indies do achieve the sovereign status of a Dominion: if they only achieve customs union: whalrver degree of regionalism they do achieve can only result In strengthening the West Indian bargaining position In matters Is evidence Indies run would have to be replaced and that replacements of one vease) would take three years should sit down and liter. ally wait for the liners to bo. taken off. Yet that is what baaV happened. Such efforts as were ( made by the Regional Economic Committee to discuss the question seem to have been handled with a complete lack of enthu^ been favourable slasm and with no sense or Kingdom is not urgency. Nor does the Colonial I the region. Office in London appear to have t n Barbados imports statistics shown much greater alacrity in J | n recent years clearly illustrate transmitting to British Caribbean-, what has happened, governments the official notiflca-K \n 1947 Canada to show that a West Indian Dominion would continue to give the United Kingdom as favourable trading terms ai that country has been able to achieve In recent vears hjr edict from Whitehall. H OW favourable the policy of edict from Whitehall has to the United veil known in tlon from Canada that, effecti from the autumn, the two Lady liners would be withdrawn. dth I N all the negotiations regard to Canadian trade the attitude of the Colonial Office with respect to Canada and the ( west Indies Is Irreproachable but< ne'itral. The United Kingdom literallyj has no responsibility for promot-a ing and certainly no wish to pro-* 1 mote closer relations between Canada and the West Indies. On the contrary the United Kingdom government has good reason to discourage too much trade co-operation between Canada and the West Indies. Canada's hands are tied. Canada has never been on better terms with the United Kingdom than to-day and the United Kingdom is after the United States. Canada's best customer. Quite apart from this important consideration Canada cannot deal with the West Indies or British Guiana direct on any. matter involving government agreements because the United Kingdom is responsible for and represents the West Indies according to existing intemation .1 law. The Watt Indies, not being sovereign states, cannot negotiate with other nations except, through the Sccretarv of State for the Colonies. N OW this trustratlng state if affairs which has for centuries been accepted in the West Indies as a working arrangement ild goods valued at $11,969,602 to Barbai dos. Tn 1950 despite the apprc1 elation of the Canadian dollar. 4 Canadian sales to this island had dropped to a value of $5,588,959. a Yet in 1950 Barbados exported N to Canada produce valued at | SI2.265.514. Exports from the | United Kingdom to Barbados In' creased as Canada's exports fell. Or lo phrase it differently, the 1'nited Kingdom by a policy of controls, proceeded to capture the Barbadian market for British exporters. Barbados which had bought goods valued ut $7,015,421 from Ihe United Kingdom in 1946 imported 118,033,142 worth of goods from the United Kingdom in 1950. T HIS enormous change In Barbadian import policy is more easily seen by a comparison between imports from other British Empire sources and from the United Kingdom in the years 1946 .and 1950 respectively. In 1946 imports into Barbados from other British Empire sources were valued at Sl2.998.nij u compared with only $7,015,421 fror.i the UnUtd Kingdom. In 1950 Barbados imported onlv 513.886.908 worth of goods from other Brilish Empire sources while imports from the United Kingdom soured to the high level ot $18,033,142. Comparative figures for 1951 are no: yet available bul according to well-informed sources the trend towards Our Header** Say; Plea For Co-oporalian To The Editor, The Adrocolc— SIR.—Do you think it possible for the parties responsible fn; closing Chamberlain Bridge kg try and do this at other tli.ui the "l>eak" hours of Tit is morning, on approaching Town at 8 o'clock. It was to find that the Chamberlain Bridge was closed and (you will hardly credil it, Mr. Editor) half of the Victoria Bridge was receiving the "high priority" repairs of tarring the road, with the result that the Bridge was merely a bottleneck and traffic was held up to such an extent that after sitting in the car for about five minutes ami only progressing from Eckstein's C...r.go to the Empire Theatre. I left the car and walked to the Office, arriving there long before the car reached the Barbado Mutual offices. We all realise that the roads must be tarred and the Bridge must be closed, but surely it should not be done when the traffic Is literary at its highest peak. A little consideration and co-ordination on the part of the Authorities toncerned would save a lot of (neonted towards the Government Departments concerned. Yours tmlv. DISGRUNTLED CITIZEN. greatet Importation from th< United Kingdom has Increased. Two items of Imports shov how violent was the swing over of trade from Canada lo the United Kingdom. In 1947 Canada sold artificial silk piece good: to Barbados In quantities valued at $213,346. In 1950 exports j>! artificial silk piece goods from Canada to Barbados were nil. In 1946 the United Kingdom sold $262,622 worth of artificial silk piece goods to Barbados. In 1950 the value of the sales of this manufacture had increased to $1,021,351. I n 1947 Canada sold to Barbados motor cars and trucks valued ut $545,650. In 1950 sales of Canadian cars and trucks were nil. By comparison the sales of British trucks and cars which were valued at $845,957 In 1946 had Increased In value to $1,091,997 in 1950. It is not surprising in view of these examples (and the pattern is similar with respect to butter. i otatow and other imports) that Canadian exporters should grow sceptical about improving trade relations with the British Caribbean. And there has in fact been a cooling off in their drive to export to the West Indies and an Increased effort to export lo Mexico. Venezuela and other Latin American Countries. Mexico Is now supplying Canada with pineapples, tomatoes. citrus and cotton—all traditional British Caribbean exports. And Ihese products are shipped by rail all the way from Mexico to Canada, thereby avoiding expensive freight rates at sea. And Mexico shows much greater awareness of the Canadian hand of good-trade-fcllowship than do, say. some members of the Barbados House of Assembly. Instead of criticising Canadians who come to their territories to help them the Mexicans and the Venezuelans welcome Canadians with open arms and arc only too anxious to learn from them (in addition of course to the valuable Point-4 nid Mexico gets from the United States) When Mexico went out to capture the Canadian market about four years ago the country sent trade representatives to Canada to study how the Canadians liked their tomatoes and pineapples packaged. I N Caracas in Venezuela to quote another example there Is a hospital staffed almost completely by nurses trained ir Canadian hospitals. It is really a subject for tea^ that British territories in the Caribbean should be passed over by a British Dominion which la helping Latin American countries to improve their output of the produce on which the Wee* Indies have traditionally relied to augment their main earnings from sugar. If further deterioration In Canada-West Indies trade occurs, even sugar and molasses sales may go the way of pineapples and citrus. It is all very fine for the West Indies to talk about Dominion status: self-determination.and all the high sounding names and phrases to which the West Indian rhythm has been beating in the past decade. But while th< national rhythm continues to be-i' the trade distance between Canada and the West Indies grows greater. And we are no closer to the United Kingdom except that we are buying much greater quantities of her manufactures. D O we want to see a trade situation where the United Kingdom is our only large buyer* In 1950 th. United Kingdom paid $11,334,431 for produce from Barbados while Canada paid $12,265,514 Can we afford to eold-'hmilder our biggest customer? And can the United Kingdom afford to take Canada's placef The whole triangular pattern of Canada-West Indies-United Kingdom trade is most unsatisfactory and the balance of trade is heavily weighted in favour ol Ihe United Kingdom. PLASTIC PROPELLING PENCILS LONG LEAD, SCRIPTO PENCILS, BREAK PROOF 48r. .a. I. Mnili' in I'. S. .1. ADVOCATE STATIONERY C. S. PITCHER & Co. WHY NOT CONSERVE VALUABLE FOOD? In SIUIMS DEEP FIIEEZE PRICE S425.00 — AVAILABLE FHOM STOCK — HCOSTA fe CO.. Illl. Etrc. Dept. &f M M MMMM M MMMM Morris Chain and Dining Tables and Chairs made Iron locally grown. French Polished Mahogany. As well u occasional tables and Bedrooni Suites—Tall Boy, Dressing Table and Bedstead—In our well stocked Furniture Department. Da Costa k Co., Ltd. k M. 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PAGE Tl N SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, MAY 18. IM1 The People of Barbados—VI "White Servitude" THE author nl referring to female eoni • ed it Barbados, wri i t at despaired unhands in Ki lift here ready made to their hand*, and tbey with others this remote place .. con for raisins a m % % %  u ration, which they had Irrecoverably lo-t There la not much a*fld< many of the convicts ever reformed, and 11 mni<*o found i! elude them from Poit I Tnt poiHii.ti; %  > %  > of I varied with tha years, j>:t -I %  fasssM i;.:';. mulatto.-:; IM, It. I servants 2.361 11 reported thai d months under mi %  ,'. men came to the [aland, ll> John 1'riUr.ata* three palm of drawer* aad '"• cap par year. Marbwdma i-uaed Uus bad by on* pan of shoes in miserable than their countryiagj and m IMt promised lour net) aad fellow ^ubictn..*..hiru, ifiree pair* fts draeraM IWO UH m hecaj." (*>. jackets, one bat. lour pairs of shots, and wanes of twwy v. Nuilung appears could be dw.< .aou*,, a*, W| w* whoa for Uiese uafortunale peop -•. i>ui MhMt taM tMMt dsratl— with Hie in spile of beau• %  "• •""' ate psasaa* of aaeet and pianu. i -oie coodiiraa the must h->|IOB proraaton suppled each ser% %  -.. of ail law* was p assed u. leM va „t thai i sa d r ed the Barbadian .courage the import-1 .on oi ,,,^..,,1 n aristocrat amons his ivmte strv-j.t*. proaassirui th-i at kmd (I } ff^^ conditions, esi..i during servitude such >erpe^ily the dsM of one pound ,jnt* will be well rewarded. I' 0 # n^t or ftah per day got the 1 o..med that only the establishoi^m. f or u, # unhealthy condition ment of a military garrison re, lf ^ niand, it was said that on* ii.-vt.-d the situation, aa many of r^-on for the continuance of pesthem became soldier*. .Bestial fevert hi Barbados was L %  * %  the 'act that servsnts were al'iii the 28th of December, .ess. 1(lWort lin \ r oa pound of Heah or he merchant' of Jamaica attenda^, mc h £ which was usually ng the Board of Trade refused „]<$ (f> lie oBax of eighty malefactors ., becuuna moat of them were The establishment ol the g-r" Ih e kUia t h ? ul d .P ,rm women, and because persona ol rlaon did not wholly relieve the Ste. 51 inl ueri 4U ... !" te ve !" i *?.. o" 1 ^ 1 bad character were noT wanted ex-ting Mate of1Sa.. lor the duly passed by the Barbnm Jamikm .. 0 n .nvett.gst.on by white indentured servant who had a As embly on nth March he uo-jd o( T[ i(J# lt WM |ound ^^ nh ^ ^ m 1720 a cor. w prov,dc bans, and thinkins themselves secure of them during that time biughl th to be their boilers, daui. i-. and neglected to Vach QW ny others M they would o'.-^ wise have done, if those men i„ .ire freed, th* loss to the pUntw n crs wtl be great." This 1 dated June 20th lfJW Wiiitchdll carefully considered %  matter, sod on 20th No r ibpu, new instruction* were 1 .it out. Tntse provided thai -KIS should be p I Itm BxiDI the prisoners' yasjrg out reim.-oslng condiwons where they to be kept In the islands A'huc men left imd S07 slaves. the 1 rrlv iipt'Ti a *** %  !* Ahum stask to nsnsj Ttus %  xWhj.gces i,n hnur*ione.n.t..n( In^tr.NM. ,. , m iaaewi 9 5 j ***£• • • % %  • nuitt/ala S •" tumirKtin Smif/i/lla\/nd :=:. I I l I I H mW Bourn vita Proudly dhoaen by worlil-fainous people for Ihrmnrlfm . and an gift* nraplr 5 by Jm.l( '' "" 1 .,, Bm (•I This a due to tn> in Dial I-land. ud yet ire now iDima iltuation which wa, some illb Mpslniasl inbabilanl. '" .'"' br.mnht by Ih. war. of William wh,r, thry ar*. and many ol lhm Ml To this Barbndoa rractad by hav, paid their old dtnt." '10) t!ov,ni..i %  ''"' pavlnl a Law In 1M whaiaby Th, main complaint waa thai th. Colonial OITIcp rrvanta. atiould tnry ,„ p Tr#Mur r WM ,„ p, v £ 1* f„ fre|om dua hare war, aa acanty wai Uarnad that ii Ilia I II Thli Ai-i u„^ wh |„ ln rly t to bta"na > •• np%-M !" .i Ma*-4 n M H B Vol Mil. o 1 I'-,-***** ISM, c o SO/B vt is-as narti>do ieav en i M. %  >• i U:, IV, II. IV .. vi o M c s p -cownur. iass-*s •-> i C • P C"lonlil'. cap -coiodui'. i l,*wa of Anurua %  aBBftadB*. OP -CoionUr. It**, no Ml c s p •Otmsmr, 1TS*-B. no i The 'ituation hsd reached a sad 'iite by 1895. when the Governor "1 h.tvi %  Council .f ceived nogltprt I dann* that there arc hunI vwntr servants In the I* and who h.ivc been out ol their time for mmy years, and who have never a bit of feats. meat be-towed on them nor a mm. They are domlnand this In t:me will drive IWBV hlte and leave the Island in Locusts Raze Asian Crops By LKROY POPF. bute arsenic to kill the locusts. Tho United States contributed NEW YORK. May 16. two spraying aircraft and in Laocust one of the oldest encready to spend a half billion Hies of man are scourging one dollars. The plague began in f the hungriest regions of the Africa and moved north and east. rarld—the Middle East. Swarms If not halted the locusts may re eating all the crops and threaten the Nile Delta'* cotton in of vast areas of thand Indian graintleldr. Sudan, Egypt the Arabian PenJordan one of the worst sufferm.written. For someone whi vou value, a Parker '51' would iiinke a most dirunung. pnwint. l-'oi your own ii*-, iioooni|>arable -ntuiK initniiiient lias ever been i nude. new Purkev '51' H'orU's mosf irant'tl prn I on i -tu BV FAMOUS rsoru; 1 famous allcotion A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (Barbados) Ltd—Agents YEAST-VITE EASY MONEY!! 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SUNDAV. MAY 18, 1*52 WNDAi ADVOCATK PAr.F IIIIIV Romance Of Buckingham Palace 7 • BEGINS TO-DAY — The fascinating story of the old house which be came the principal home of our Royal Family and the setting for some of the most brilliant and momentous scenes in our history. Told by MARGUERITE PEACOCKE EARLY in July. 1837. just 23 days after her accession, the 18year-old Queen Victoria -drove from Kenslnfton Palace to Buchinftiam Palace to make her new home there. She wan its nrst Royal tenant. It wa not u comfortable home. True, there was accommodation for an armoury and a library. but there was no chape) and the kit hens were disgracefully inadequate. A tew days after the moved in the Queen a (Marty eater, discovered. U. her "extreme incon%  H denied one homely bu: Important amenity enjoye 1 by most of her humblest subjects SHE COULD NOT GET A HOT MEAL, 'Pectin? to death' The buildnrs had considered it unthinkable that anything so unrefined as cooking smell > should drift Into the Royal apartments. s dishes served at the Queen's table had to oe •arried up 73 steps and "through passages of cold air" But even this was luxury compared with a few years earlier. In 1830. when William IV came to the throne. Buckingham Palace was peeling to death. There was dry roi in the woodwork, the plaster was enddng and damp was causing heavy dilapidations This chaos was the result of live yean' "rebuilding" of the old Buckingham House. The first architect Nash, who had spent more than £600 000 in five years, had handled Wie work so badly that it ranks as one of the classic muddles of architectural hurtory. Indeed, at one time it was doubtful whether Royalty would ever live there. One ingenious scheme proposed that it be converted into a barracks to hold three battalions of foot guards. A commission of inquiry decided, however, that the Palace must be made lit for Royalty. but even in May. 1835. only two years before Victoria moved In. Crccivey could write, scathingly: "Never wot there such a specimen of leicfcstf, ruloar profusion; It has cost a million of money and feWe is not a fault that has not been committed in it. However. Queen Vleton.i Luted it and. having money to spsjnd for the first time In her life, she furnished her own room I New Throne The Quocn discovered with a shock that the Palace had no Throne, and a new one had to lie Iwught for more than £1,000. More important still, there was no cleaning equipment and she had to buy. among other Unrigs, two dozen tin pails, three dogaa mops, two dozen dust-pans. 30 large feather brooms, four dozen hair brooms, nine dozen hearth brushes, six dozon scrubbing brushes. 30 pairs of housemaid's gloves and three dozen round blacklead brushes. In allies Her laundry bills were enormous—more than £2.000 a year —AND EVEN SOAP COST NEARLY £2 A WEEK. it was a wonder that the Queen ever got her servants to stay, When they had finished their long day's work In the airless. Insanitary and beetlefiddrai kitchens they s|i*|>: in ROSE'S for Una ana SMrt drinks if i.n.K.m.H'Hsci-o.iri). v^-j kj .:. winter that It %  ibla u> occupy the beds. Moreover, i h e zooms— the/ were little mure than cubicles H' !" n in £ J*" *"**" ""• Hon C. A. Murray. M the Household: "Nothing can be tfOM Wnlb all the boots and Jhoeg haw t0 04 cleaned in (he wrrants' bedrooms.' 1 THE VAST HUILDING WITH ITS INNUMERABLE PANTIUES AM) STOREROOMS DID NOT RUN TO A BOOT-ROOM: Conditions grew so bad that in ihe autumn of 1838 a commission was appointed to sflisura "order and cleanliness" in the Palace. It discovered that when the plumbing broke down no one was responsible for repOfUnsj the fact—which no doubt •xpUlnad the appalling smell that %  Queen Victoria's first Slato Ball was Riven in May, 1838. The Queen danced every dance except "the valse.'' 'Improper' Next day nho told Lord Melbourne, her Prime Mia %  "It would not do* for In r to waltz because it wus an "impropSJT dunce". Nowadays great Royal ceremonks a re raheaiead m tiio minUlla, jiut not in Vlctoria's time. II. i r ronatkn was shockingly mismanaged. One %  > l : peer. .it U .,, t .i, ,, to perform the i u-ii inn i honiAie. toppled o\-er and rolled doun the steps When the Archbishop of Cantarbur) mint lo dollvtr the orb to the Queen, he found already holding it. Crown hurl Ha also put the ring on the wrong finger. It stuck there and caused the Queen eanaldtrable p.tin before she got It pjB The erown Urn -.he said, "hurt me a good deal". One of the first memorable events at tl wag ihe special meeting on November 23. 1839. of the Privy Council. Jt took place in the Bow ami as the Queen ant make her ostCMratloi were upon her. Crokcr noticed the blush which made her "both handsomer and more interesting" I trembled Hiaj / u'onder >,., uas able to read the paper she %  % %  ous thai knew who Hut she read her i -thai to 'dear cousin Albert' of SaxeC'olurg-Gotha. m ire married the follow\T, ar.il tor the next 20 yean Prince Albert's renahla. %  and indusbious brain was the power behind all the Unnrovcnsnts. Th pushing Albert out of the way. "U almost i um to a ii. in the Prince wrotr But Albert a*vr thr Km, • MI. nit push drove him ieera J few >lcp*. and" the ili.Mirderlv monarch wa* huiled ut of Un ehapel Even tins did not Quieten tin KUIK doem. He was determined lo sign the register immediately after the Quean She wai equally d< b that her husband's signature should come next. As she made to MKII tlwKim; %  %  %  %  il but the Qui < %  herself and hei | round the bible leaving her irate uncle nuwoonad on the other side. CIOO.IHH) hall One of the greatest evenu. at the Palace during the early years of Queen Victoria's reign was a peat "Plantagcnet" f.mejr dress ball. The Queen's dress was the m On Page 13 A BLESSING TO MOTHERS! JACK and JILL COUGH SYRUP With Vitamin C STOPS KIDDIES COUGHS & COLDS In a Jiffy — AND TASTES SO GOOD THEY BEG FOR MORE' Stop over-forty overstrain! !leaUache. InatK' : 'nry. Inability lo ooni nitntta, ue gg of \ .-"leal and n-i-\'uuaa(ra1n cauncaao your pneivv. .>fti'f laki'w I'hytlosan M Sk labMl <" %  !. 'rtblrt.^ ihr<-e M ^L^ tlmoaa day U-fon'iiii'ftl,. Inn i( you ^m ^Bm. lako tho Uitlrin r;i,;,irlu, thtjj^r ^Bhv_ rmltowll] intahyoD. — ^aSr' PHYLLOSAN fortifies the over-forties Moth"., raari blew n.* .ir ihi. n m>n( ooit> • — 1..1K.. awM eawa Kwa r.,*u to am of couahi and i ilda ilul harts on aiwl kaH..ii,.n. With JACK and "ll.L thrw nt> —' coM. arid bad roush. „ fa-tri than .,„i -,,,i,i brllr\a poaalbl*. An4 bow th*y love th* Blraianl lad* u f JACK and JIIJITS NfW. OiFPtMHT SAFB Another famous Buckley Product JACK and JIM. U a product of tha fan Hal gave v.i. liiitkUV* Miatuie. Canada'i 'iid l> aa faat and rft.iUvr I i Hi.Mi.%  for your •> ti.l a ixiii> % %  and have B.O.A.C. BRINGS THEM HOME TAKE A TIP FROM THE VOICE OF EXPERIENCE if you tvtraifhrfrom UMtortuMof Rhpumutism. 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PAC.l I Ml I \ I SDNTM1 \nvocATF. MMIAV, MAY Id, 1MJ Clll RCH SERVICES COfMINVR. THROMBOSIS Ehetrie Company it— rr : urii pie%  ATIRDAY IV Choral r CWMOWP JTT MAI • %  I 3 p .. %  ... Oiiidren %  Vfvrr< i 4 IS f. IT %  %  Uml .ina IH J'K-oioti Nf)um> ID srr Ml an. t 30 -in %  7 p m i MrVain .(,. %  UdpiRM I %  So rmn K^ll i> n. ealemr, M.>*. I Eseti*m* A Ml mow JAMES HTtlr.t.l %  •awrance 3pm *Mi,d..x %  4efci.il 7 p m Rrv K T TWM PI A %  T> PAYNrs IIAV a m ,„ %  [> so Mr V U St John WirrTOtAtJ^-t Vim It O Harpc-i. 7pm Rev V l-*n-.re I.111. MKMORtAI I sr M-| 1 %  %  %  Company \ (tally broad; and (iu* .ii< %  .-•• %  -it a-*'•'( or doing what nan w-rr %  *cular diaeoxCaraca*. Vent/ufla. /..lion waa roeorded after the uhei, i.-ilJer aiteeeeded in hu ilten | I I I A lil.v-wblliflour. It doe* ,,„., ,„. „ ut _,.,,.„,. .,.„. n|nV .,*m a pity. ho*. . .p^-m^ %  ir pnlietita, even kings. We are %  •:s tressed that men die needlessly KoimeM because of lha silliest preiudicc %  .gainst a treatment thai (tn nt a 'sterility vitamin." >l>7T'iV. -. HOL p m Mr D m BANK HAI.I. • k> a I .ua.mN i tptasn I BoMfit*. IIKCKLH HAIA; 11 am H\.(.,.-• M -iin*. ) ,. m Company Mfiim; T n %  BlvaUon Meotins ..-ule.i.,,i PI Held nlH lid ADR.. a pm Coenpaii] HaMaai Raw-Una >Ri I %  W TFTAM*KT CHfRCM (,r I HIV1H ROAD: 10 a m auewU, •* Mo-hat. Day Serrlc*. a '"'"' Day P">im. 718 p.m Divine Listening Hours MNDAf MAY la. taw am Holinrta Mp*t. i Masrlina: 1 if m BM Marvin* Mr O K r. To %  LAM BAUD 11 r-n > I -^ T ll %  .' • niniri am Ita* r Taylor. u m. Rev T J Fur-lay I.AIJCKTTH l i Vr J rinrhr IONT II am Mi V S< Mil 7 i> in Rev B Taylor SOCTH DISTRICT a %  i : m. Mr O Juw. I'ROVIP' i t" 4pm The Nrai. I on FontfMll IS p m For ma Gnvd. IK pm SundapHa p m Cr—ptim of |ha Wrrk. ', ...-u Hanul>o>. I IS p m Mapaaioa, • V, p m pt-^rt-nmrt %  nn Inlarhaa*. 1pm The NrRrV i ~n ftanaMra~ltti>*iMv '<*— '••• %  -M r Ham i of lapping 0UTm Cai-itibmn Volcaa. 1,46 p n RAJ 1 10 .i m *unday Hthnal Sunday Sarr. It IS p m RadH> N*-. > am Dlvuia *amr*. 115 p m "** %  %  * P "' Charllr Kmn a 4S ,. ,. ". M B p>riiij>ihM ifHTiuiia, a n* p m nurn ifc* auii^i. ,,,,,-, i. . H R C Cmtrrrl Hall, 10 p m Th \r, ll II p m Nawa Talk. I IS p tn — —— — —. L anOon Fumm. U 46 p m T*i Bible i Mr. H. C Thomas said he bad understood that ihe Company had %  •ntered contract wltti drvc-lop. nent concerns many years nn iiid \hut as MO) built, they worn %  upplied wm light, while other persons hn had applicationwaiting fm me were left out. The Directors denied any and they would investigate the matter. *•• They also promised Mr. B. A. Wi llicrhCiMl thai 1hi-v would discuss with the Manager 'hi' oovlbllity of load ahed rent generated by fa*-. the companies lines pr.ifljr-able. M knowledge of this practli m Aaaocia ^ avF ,h e assurance (hat 7 | I an i[>.-... ii Mr Mr. C BraUiwal Mt >h I RORRI-CK -TPIII I 1 i. i Mol %  awtca, i'. b I p.m KvviilniT Sri. ice. 1'i—tm-i D OUpappar RACR mi i i mi L it .i tn uan>" s. ri %  '%  i %  %  i~ Kieiilna Bervice. lT"a*fcerRav t r. ..^ Naw !7i|l FVLHBCK II ,„, 1'rea.lir. Mr C I Mi i ..,., F.ianlnf aervirv ITi \( IIRISTIW -) IIM I laar vux mtw or m-uar, aaaaaua*, n-rtn. t: nil 1'pper Bay RlreM i nTDAVl II a >AVB a p m An. ii" lie. .,r Chrlallaallna an* t Ha. la P.VT -hin .i Uaaaa-Bafnaa .< IITAI.V IMiillTAlS •na-n T, rtaaaaa* n I Th., .1 ant In Ihr fleah (MM pleaar Ood. • l i* are BO* In Ihr Heart, but In Oia ulrit >( m be llinl the Spirit of Ood iki.u..i a( oiuiin. an tn-i-a.a I. *<"* '' Bibl' For iOi i Ifcrrountaln of life: in Ihv llahi HH LtfMONOAf. MAT W. I end Interlude. S IS ( i p in Wplah MinrHlanv, , ,1 fm Me..M p m RpH and Progr-iBmr Parade. Nawa. T in p m Hnm* Britain I.is—lW p.m Police Band At Enplanado The Police Band conducted by Si3gt C. Archer .ill tolluwing programme of music ;il the Bay ai r—1 Baplanadt today p n> Taha 1(< .nit .11 3 P m Th. S (rwa from I 1.45 ii i! I /*,_.( n. . Oyartura--Ta neredl %  nUactlon-.'La Travu II %  .1. \ . Haarf "Ml l(. -a. Ii Verdi of lb. Kalit 7 i\ V .I .!> b| M-r, rlak. Newirrrl. Sorvap-, a S p m I I'IWII Ihe Rklilaap *iparatltion. *1 p I pre !" ,., of J'.. J? as Tha fchp Ikaain ..,.., h>, i„ Hetlp p in I.'II-I.I Part) la p.nt Fm-ua on %  Dewrlpllvr pi. UniteTt.i. Ml UllUlTaft Pa*r wuMei Hymn Golden' c*—"Moonllant '.^aaiBaa ,. % %  awa I ^ •i, s. •..*.A Mail d M Janiaalpm T ^Nvxj^t^ ^Aiv^i^* ^aajjl^inVM\Vl|; Frnk B. Armitron & Co., Ltd.—Agent.. Fee/ i 3 3-4 No. 712 RA2778 when you stop pur headache! &SS0L r* GET A PACKET OF v > ASP^O'TODAY r%w youwqottk QWCK MUUMI to 'ASPRO' loici no time— ic ACTS —quickly. chVcuvel/. ft you fresh and free Fron -tter-effeCH. More thrill eie high-preiiure time*, •.i.ould Iniiit on utinj 'ASPHO' became of it* SAFE action. All T-ada £ %  .' -• at W. D. HIJTCHINSON A CO MARHILL STREET. BRIDGETOWN HEADACHE NERVE PAINS NEURITIS NEURALGIA FEVERISHNESS SORE THROAT COLDS & 'FLU PRICES WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL oaiaiHaan IVIHVRHIII PHOSFERINE ff for youthful vigour! f'*** of virility It a familiar tympii... today. Not bine really wniig, pvopli feel, but simph thai ihcy have losi normal happy tenor of life. reservea are low. Their rcsdicni vanished. They need a took. Ii tini your case—dtan uking PHOSFERINE for a dav or ' % %  Komanee Of Buckingham I*alacr • Fnm Page 11 talk of the town and the value of the lawalg she amcai was ealimatod ai fSO.000 \: CIOO.OXTO was spent b> I The Royal splendour continued fm the next IB years t.ii men. in 1MI. l'rince Albut died. For nurly 10 ye, BtaCldngfuun Palace lay i ol the Queen'* dowhood. In her (rial Victoria oatclcaMl that her mourning should be •-fig. Now she lived chiefly i*or. Osbornr jnd Balinorol. Must of the year the great building ..( Buckingham Palace *ioKi untenanted a*Ve for the staff, the drawn blinds creating -\ dim twilight in th* cold. aJronaj tod giving to th. rofTuMtaj a musty smell No* i:. in 1SB7 .I„I the Palace recaviai iwrneUiuii wt lu old l.riM, .in. Then for a few brief weeks. It shonr with the splendour of thr agntiig Queen's I. olden Jubilee relebra.tions Ten years later, oi. June 22, I8B?. Qui-en Victoria at but laid aside her widow's weeds put on a grey silk dress •red in silver, with a In which white (lowers and aigrettes nestled among black bice. Than ihe drove through the erowded streets ot London for her Diamond Jubilee celebrations. Last curtain But the long reign was drawing to |ta end. In March.Vu0 ihe Queen made bvi yew raati lull proieciion with special but in aroprrMrs thai guard aosln JfpOliU and corrosion Por a few ceau more you ac assurtd ol peak rtooomy 1 %  taose ol lewtr repairs, lo-*. rngiaa malnlenanc* costs. & THE QUIEN UIZABETH and Ihr (laaships ol all atator aaaaitlinc : alioe-. are lubfl.d b Thr m.k.,. Ol 0S?toTL ,h ^^ Ask lor and demand MobiMI l-JL Mnkn youn with CANADA DRY Quinine Water Phone 4541 For your Requirement* Enquiries GARDINER AUSTIN & CO. LTD -AGENTS Rheumatisn Aches Insect Ei Liu J> .Sprain i ;v Bites & Stings W "* •J* &> v. A JW : PHOSFERINE begins iu | k*<"Hl work by reviving ihe r appetite. This, in turn, start i •' whole sequence ol benefits. A good d igestion waits on appetite. Good digestiun enriches tar bloodstream, feeds tJht nerves, builds up strength and energy. Try PHOSFERINE today— fot buoyancy, resilience, confiJcncc. to drops nt PHOSFBRINE efnaal a Tablets. (uticur X TALCUM Men Made Younger ... i,.. *"• j paina, narronanaaa. 'I toaa or manri' vigour ara oausii • OUesaa o lha ProatUta Olar' i inoat iiiip..rtani aai eland It . TO ..vrrnnmn thaaa Uvebl'• H beura and nuf-kl r-mora vie a and h-aiib, taka id. now acl.i iflo dlaoo'.ary eallad ntana. No iitar hi* imts 1 "d ha*a aufT*-. ""t! 1 ^ '." %  > i %  >'ht,' r-iii ei^Tiia ynor Proatat. i 'iltd P.nd r i*|. yon faal 1 tn f Applyhealmj. toothln S THERMOGENF Mediated Rub where the pain li. Its penetrating medicated warmth rtlievei the congestion and chirms away the pain, Rub wall In. axnept and you breathe It Inl whtn pply|n| ,„ blte „„ „ ln| ORIENTAL PALACE HEADQUARTERS rOR SODVBNIU FKOM INDIA. CHINA A OCTLON THANI'S rr. -. Hj Rl Dl.i MM %  %  %  'i JUST RECEIVED uvusaoN I'ALATUlCOUP MOTHXB1 rMUCAVm WORM EXTRRMINATUH Si'ATTS B1KD9 SEEDn ROBCPcTS SYRUTOP COD UVRR AND TAK HVtlSAl < IARKBT9 aUKtO M1XT HAUVERUl. CAPS .. DROPS MYCCWIOL LIT. It does you good in two ways — you rub It on DOUBLE-ACTION THERM0GENE MEDICATED RUB In big (Ian Jan anf handy dandy Tint C. CAILTON IROWNE WtwIeMlr A leUII DnCTkl iu nwhaa si m.i nu JW/AV/,V.V,V,V//AV. Insure your House Furniture Stock Can Buses Lorries Vans J With k NEW INDIA S ASSURANCE CO. LTD Agents | HAYNES & GRIFFITH 12 High Street Dial 4173 THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS fW OoRraiiroet, Dabilitv. M tton, Siaapiaainaaa. a after In, ^naa. To keep and W take fit ENO'S IK.i hy.bnpm rafliiliatakc ENO'S I i ii Salt' a %  FnutSalt" isu^ixntfccorrecuve most of us need to keep the sysiei • regular. END'S is pjrtuuljrK tillable for children -.uui lor aim r. withadelicatcMomach. ENO'S safely relieve, over-acidity, a imw frequent cause oi iiniiircsii.m. hcanburn and flatulence. 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SUNDAY, MAY 18. 1952 SUNDAY ADVOCATE PACE TUTBTKN HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES BLONDIE P.Y CHIC YOUNG JOHNNY HAZARD •tfllE WXE STDST* MAS BCEN UNRXPEP TOV*t jPOgRC I BMSWIH) i-. H f AI.P WITH THE" HELP OP MIT. HAZAPP. I'M SAJEL*. AT Vt: 0(Pf AT LAST. BY FRANK R06BINS -* %  %  -£?V I %  fii 1% VKi! IP BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS NEW TIMES! NEW FASHIONS! NEW SHIRTS! RELIANCE THE Siiiiii HAttiiAIPOS LOVES tVeta* II. IpF-MlmrM I.,.. U....IW. % %  ll Lair Kln (....!.,. VI (^/eia/t/ty srdiis Statuis Supt&ffte. IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only •• — •— %  — — %  M'M'IAI. Ol I I UN arc nun .i. .iil.il.1. ul <> % % %  If HUM Ii. s I II<< ilsiilr. S|i< i.;lnsiii ii and Nxiiu Slrrrl Pkev Suni Whilr T. Paper .. Pku. Birdi Jelly ( ryttak Tins llulrhrlur Pels Pkfh Tiipiocii I takes Uiunlly Nniv .:!.-. ,:w .2U .24 .20 'I'iiiHI.JSI Beef Tins HrusM-K Sprout* Pk. P. r. Biiculln Uju.llr NOW .63 .SI .44 .24 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street THE r o i. o \ > \ ii i: . II o i; n 11; s GUINNESS STOUT FOR STRENGTH C F. HARRISON & CO. (BARBADOS) Ltd. P.O. BOX 304 BARBADOS Viniwiww mm M m i imiHii i ii i i > mii i i iM iiiiiiiniii ii ii iiiiii i mw



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p.xcr rorimrx SUNDAY ADVOCATF. SUNDAY. MAY H. IM2 CLASSIFIED ADS. IM 1(1.11 SALES PIBLIC MMKIS TFIFPNONE zSOo HBD ROB-OV— On nth Gwendolyn HotHan. HoMon He UM funeral park., Lid Pinfold 11 for the Wratbury I., IMI Mil" I Burton Co ion IAU THANKS AUTOMOTIVE CAR One Vaulhall %  0*4 Tjm la ccelmit 114 Orrfflth. PWhlrr i Jam* lib Utre I Ve beg through mil medium %  hank* to all Ihoaa kind i who eent wraaltta and Bowel. r In an* way e "retard i"-^ %  reran! btrwtan,.,t u-i !••. •oik of our dee. mother. Liy BejBa %  Clara Rlackmar jhter. Lowaon Kallri b*r>. Mbrrurl. IwnW Oi..i.d rhi.dreni IN MEMUKIAM •tALY In loving niPBOiy Of H Wife imd Mother. Oerw-'lne S. flad on May II. 1*41 Aaleep through Jauu.. yea 1c Prom ere.) Mrtl aaajaaaggcg CM ***. i balaaa ns.a Jn REAL ESTATE -[..* Fill PURLIN and amdp* elra* b aidtd and • •angled roof covering l (hi, in n K BO It two MJJ : Part each ...nt.intng 3d tr-_.eea and appro.trnalrl, Joflgn fret at MrW Ai.pl, t.. -. A Ycarwood. lianeon I'laNtakon. m Gcorg. Phone WB II • at—a IM-NOAHM. I prraee.. go.. MM n* wi. .,,.. C-r 1M1. (-TI.-.I |aj T. re. %  ,.%  III i* an ••Ot.rvt: imr* a i> — til MO. Coupo In pactkoi Apply rfoweaeUa plantation. St CAR -Auatln A-TO. IMI n—d.i O-nei riven. U> perfect rendition Apply I a NowHl, li.ial.j l'". Nt Thomaa IT M~Sti CAR VauJihall la ha, Salooat IMI. ID ally Brat cla condlUan Nowly Spray painted. Dial MIS CourMay Oarage The iptitt trees WOfc Chrlei %  "" %  i.rBnt ^lv %  iL.ehanoV. Byron Orana HriMiiCordia. Gertrude. Duel, ai Marii.n.. HeaJy -Children. l M ajVWOL.Vf'MIEIVTS %  OAIIDIN'U AND LOMHHQ lit Ba.%  Kl Hue" Hcu*. Craaaplea HI ruff. Centrally toeated opposite Hain•OII College. Apply in pereon Tewphone tpy CLARISSA HECC1JES liJJl _B J tjaop In Comfort at lha Maylair Gift HhM. wrt you will and local hapdark and iMeteeting glfli open daily 16—12 l"p to date Library P— klre Road TRUCK 0 f -f. p.n 1 4 S*-lt i FOB HEIVT HOUSES ar ALOW—Model A i IT |ani ii lumiahod Bat_ Loan. 3 badrwitt". inning not and cold •meocea Dial %  LTMdKI Hill Village. St. Jaioaa. aaa Thraa Rediooma. Dining and i. Electricity, running WBtor a and aorvant ro.im n..u-tfn CAHIlKT. M...-.H F-.i ,.-.u.. i.l J.tm. and Jut' Fully (unuahad fcpl cullary and llnan Apply t-> Hit Damla. uibbona. Pbona 81M. II i*—In tha aiaa He litXI FARAWAY—fll. inmip. rnaat. 3_o^L-.BFaliy lumunadLutl"..* P '"' Waarrniill aupplr Kntible Cur Pnrl. twi %  artant roam*, rrom May I.l Phnn. 44TI | 4 H-t f n i Koad. IK>l- Fron. l"th Juno, ona • lt Bun*lo Co.nllr-d elttlnf *nd „..>ln| im-. bMrntna, kitthenatl ItMl'l m>d "rtl lluatr.l, In (111 H Ona Hi Atutm A *u _. naodWI Tataphona 4131 Scott A 5. Lai. Ill !-.!>..r TllVCK latlorni and food lire*. COUIUBJ 4I*aa Dial atl V •i.n.'UXfORD l* Modal, Ilka HT, inllaauja under 1(00 Uul 4B1I. Duxioaf, Uaraia. %  U—•. I -• Trl-ir Priona MTT. V. A. II AM— in I.ASTIMiS -NRAIt F-AVll.l A Lana 'J*artly Stone 3-S!oica\ 4 tadrooxia with lU.ini. Several Otbay Roomi. Opon aallary iProm A 1 Stdaa 1 I k.i.j BpaJi Olllaaj v. .:n M IFMdjaaaa, 1 T'.i in .ii>..I c cnvanler n aa. vn** Good CondlUan. h, s-ndy -..en Good ,md fcallUthlna. Traaa. Oarada. alas Oaraca Mrd for 4 Car*. .,! alaaa up Yard, Ideal and r i.. u| n Land (u ntrivort or rract a DO ftpon Hatal Iv„ lt .*,.. aUo Pu,t*Wa lor I late In-prettN, by Appoint. Only. IN hMMM ST, By IhaBua Co |. Mora* Slora BuMnn. I rrmlKi and Ha.ida.ua. ConvanlanMB, Good Condition. Idaal for any fTlMlnaaa. in; %  I dan*, a Miin B Lara* Garaaa or Workahop. .11 Convanlnc H> A-l Oaa> dltlon. Ida.l for any Buamaaa VacantCan Yield UK 00 p m. L'ndar C3 0 • It NFt.SOK ST,-a %  BlPliinit, Convenience.. Qood %  i i-i ut 1>M M „ Uolpa to (**• a Oood Condition, %  tnr -I ..tit 11DI 4FBV W.KII i I • I I It M. BANK ALT. IB4I I* (be endllan baldtaf .aaalally % %  •• MUHII lairiJ (iltNT in) IirarAT naaUUaaa la -t taaapb. TAKE NirriCT l"-l I Atto.r • n* alHva PUnUtion am about to a laan f EIS.0M uadar tha provtaMna of tha abfrra Act jaain.l tha aaid Plantation* in raaprct of Uie AfrKullUial yaar IMS No nionay .taa baan borrowad undar tna Aan> iiinral Aid. . iaa. or tM • te...AI rti raanart ni atari, /ear t*a|#4 thiITth dav of *•. IMS Truln. ReUtr of F. T COX. Bar A I' I.VJX. I IM i VIIOVVI -. iaaa muM ^ „£"„ h olT.ua, form *Mril ran bo obtained Ira Khool on atoMddyaFrKla>a botar. Ta Ike > -4-I.Ml %  ••'I' TAKE NCJTICX of r '. -iM / •L Altornry, at iboul to obtain 0 undar tba provialona I apainat tha aald Plant*of u.a Adtlcultural yaar .1 II tion l'.J to 1KJ hp been borrowad under ral Aid. Ail. IMS. or tha raanaBl nf aurh yaar of Hay. ItM. TruMan, Eatata of E T COX. per A P COX. A i n n in IT l u— an M Aprlrut •n.ve AC*1 I I) %  -.! tin I varanrlaa n Cfcrtal School In %  %  ptrn-bar. 1M3 Exatmnauon will bo held at the al I *> a m on aalntdut. iwM Farmt of application ran Dt Obtained trom tha arcratary. Mr i> E M ataiona. at llaark wii Coll**. and mu.l r. i n.ed to him tift lu r with,a Bi/th Bapllniial O-rUBrWa not It4t Ulun i*P"i on Praia* SHh May. !• The i hililran of M.K Ma Urn Act. lujalitM Rar. aouoi %  ana inner erupt of th* d plantation to ba rasped In 1PU Ho monay liaa yat baan bevroarad -([.tint tha aald cropa laitrd thi llth day of May, ibifi r F pn^iittM. HOUSETwo .Ji roofed boordad nU -iii.led IKHJIC with nm attachaal. hrowAa Gap, Chalaaa Road. Apply to Fi Mraa.r. Oranl'a Avc 17.1 U—dn. ELECTRICAL PATT:HIES Edn-.n Ratlarl*. • Volt. II, II and IS plataa: |l Volt. II and IX purwa. Oat our prtcaa flrat Dud Mil and 4T10. Da. CoaW ar Co Ltd EhyftrtMl Dapt ""Ma ELECTRIC MOTORS-', h p. 110 3*> %  olU, Singla Ph.— DiallT or 4TB1 >A COSTA CO LTD Elactncal Dapt. HU-Vi fJ*ISWAN BATTERY OIAHGFKS I'll! charta up to II lb-volt Balteaio thetr e^.lvalant at • Amp. F"f IIM 110 Volt SinglePh*w circuit. Dla %  oi 411" DA COtTA CO LTD Electrical Dapt 16iSl-ar. H.MV. RADIOGRAMSNow Modal. %  th 3 apoad Ch-nsar* nd Itrcord Cab irt Dial JB7I or 41W. DA. COBTA LTD.. Eladrlcal Dipt. lC.I.HVAl ll'M CIJCANERS Tliraitlt*a U> Irri from Xeeiplivarceaaible eornrrm can. Dial 9*TI or 4IIO DA. COftTA I CO LTD, Elavlrlral D*p4. II S W ton LIVESTOCK -SAT1AN PUP8 M' Iniportad KaHfrr* ftlro Apply: K M. O Cooprr Patr-r Phoaa Sl-dS. II ft %  4n 40 SHARES III tha Central Foundry united Apply ea:— Maaara COTrLB. CATPORD CO.. IT. Rldfi -Mat. NHARI-.N r.-l -.bai of ORDINAHY •IIIAKBp in Til %  HAIVS BHIPPINO A 1RADI.NU CO. LTD at T. par hara. FYaa of it nip duty SEALY CARRINGTON :iiu Itn. TMIi tllRACTItf HOME An r>tri-n..K u.il bum. modem thr* D*droom .or iwo badrooma and dam HI'NOALOir al Maae aad aaaarala *aailrartlaa Combined forty feel livingroom and Sallrry. lultLV cupboardod Canadian atyled kRihan Floor to relltna cedar lined doubla badroom cloarta. Attracti.ely laid out Burden with fruit < .nipla loom for veioUblaa. Garaaa with brrataway to Some ana; drlachad aaif-eontalnad maid* q.uricr. Ike Pr.peHi I. raafl. >n4 4.*|tnl.ll) .naal'd ollhln ... naafe .t nala read at M.Hhtaf Pb. IM; MI\IT. 13 l.M—4n. WAIJ. lU'llJHNG A -iilnuinllal two I.L.UHIIM. aJbiaki -t FUnk Hall lx>er Croaa rtond. (VnUlnlnf .patnira. gallery, drawlnf. dlnli.g, lour bedroom', toilet and bath Ikianatalr*. pi ii try and a>ra|a Standlrui on 14 •he. o( land willi beanna li.nl Iraaa (uilhor particular, apply on pramian. IT S M—n AUCTION afaln.l WELOMFH iii*m TAKE NOTICE MM nicS plai %  M AIDH A<*T. laaf PlaataUaa. -i I the DWMI of tha Agrunltural Aid* above Act <• %  tha ram may bet I t ap a ct of auch year D.ted IhH nth day of May. 1PM A SIMMONS. Owner NOTICE Cvutomari nre inked to note that Ti-i.-ihi.ne Number appearlnE In advertlarmenl on patc-ll of the Claaatflad Telephone Dtreclory, 1IU .hould raad *M:I and not 4933 J. AHKINIiAlX WAT-KIN* I ... Ilreet IS I 13—an NOHCBT Tand. ar* Invited for palntln. UW rtael .tincture il coahn and roof, outride and inalde II eoaU aaehi, of Karxinguxi atand II may be nceea to acala all or part of .trel atrurtur* before applying paint. T-ndera inuil reach the '.ixlrr.iar.ad at C E. llarrtaon • Co". Office not labar %  b.. n Mnv IPth Tt* Aaaoclatlon do*, not bind Itaalf to accept the lowaM or any tender the %  mini on kain ! %  %  '"-! tl.. M-...1: %  I tth J lakar not lotet thai BOTarot Mlllin ai NOOL laaaaatlab 4.hak>r.bla. Traare will bo ana or rr for POundati.-. Scholar, i Chure*. By.Foundatlot ROY" Saa There MKU1 I II II S FOt-NkATTON -. IfKX •a I Krruva HebakvlalMp. Ill he • Vi .imv ,.i Uia "hrlat Church 11rou-irlnti n Septeanber, IMS An enunimotion will be held -t the Ichool at M a m on SotunL>>, 14th lune. 1MB. Forrna nl appllratlon can ba .btai'ied from the 1ciretar>. Mr HEM (alone, at Harrbnn Colleke. and mu.l %  r returned] to him together With a Earth it h.iptlimal CrrUDcabr not later than I -0 P m rat Friday. Wth May, IBM Candid Lilea miu.t he 11 Children attending an Element*!, School ill Iho chlldTkB Of partahronara o ChrWt Church who • in rtrolt •nod Ck lujj iela j iiaa 13) Baswwan BM a. Ch. Oi. BOpi' Po-indatlon lehool II t i-4n CElBlST CHI in it (.IRLS' EOI NUAll.iN SCHOOL FaaadaUea HrkaUr-hlp. Them ami ba one or more vacant*la. r Fourautlon Scholar, at tha OnUt Church GirU* ronndiitlon School Sepicrnber IPS! An Etenilnatlon will ba held atthe School at • m a m on Friday 13th June, 1PM Forma of application can be obtained from the Secretary. Mr D E.kl Ma lone, nt Harruum CoHaoje, and mu.l be returned to him li-oathe* with a Birtn Certificate not later than IN p m on Friday 10th Mnv. IPS3 Candldatee n.uat belli ftat Chlldreii of parlahonera ol ClrrkM Church who are In awaitHied clrriiTi.tancea %  B W r rn the ..ee. of ID and 11 Inclualve on the day of th" eamluce. 1*1 . MALOfTE, ajarrrtary -Ti i aaajrar. OoCH-nrng Hod". Ch Ch Okli' Foiifwlatlon **hc II 8 IS—4n WAMKW HELP AM AaUitam WORKS IMOINBaTJL capable of euprrvuina; a woikahopj and Fouwdry Ex p. .lea., la Raiaac MaBhinery repair work dowrable muat have knowledge af acala drawing %  Od aaperMuce la The d.recuMn -I labour. Copiaa of roBaaw teatimontali muat ba Ubmitlvd with apptkallon b< Jl-t May ISM Pit partlri-ljri relating to eBlhrp and other cnBdUUanl. app'F Bal Tha Manager. The Barbudo. Eoundir Liralh-d. Pci r*..\ II. White l-erk Hood. Bridgetown. Barbadoa 14.S M -4n SHIPPING NOTICES capable ol reading liU A'. Avi.'.,.: POeutkU %  Mrkajaa i bJAajplM ant. Applicant moat hi %  taking •katchao and print*. COpeM 0( recenl bnumonn.:* murt be •UbanittM with appll.-tion by not M-tfoS. For particular, relating to aalai I and other conditions. appl> to: The Manager. Tha Bajbadoa Foundry Limited. PO. Bug *l White Park Road, Brldgeump, IM.bad"* t* %  > %  6 1R"JK KrxrtH — Wanted for thai ft l ir k Manof-ctun.jf Co.. LU. A Book-1 i..,wledge of I .,'.-... I ;.. .. BJ %  ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. vil is.. I ION (I Bill-1 S S COTTICA. loth May ISM G MBJtA. Hth May IMS %  MI is., III ri tnrt M s uriAHJESTAI>. BJth May UM >li IM. TO IBINII>AI>. rtlAMARIWl ttB BBITlKll (.1 UN ". f S CUTTH A. SSd Jlln* IMI -HUM, III rAIASttlM ANN RklTtBH OI IANA vrC.TOfl ,-a May IMI M k NESTOR 13th June IMS •-Mi-a> i, TO TBINIbAB AM Ct'RAXAO M S FTBBA tnd lune IMS %  P MtSBON. BN A CO. LTD Agaaka T* -• y v accaoi Cargo and rtarngrn lor Dominlra. Antigua. Mwntaarrat Nevta and StKltu Sam%  M-.nday BRh in.l. The MY "M OffEKA^ will Thimintra. Antigua Mimtear;.' Nevla and St. Kltta SalU'g FtaSky aBUt hut The MY CACIOI'S: DEL CARIBkT will accept Cargo and i .•enaeta f.x M Lucia. S' VlnceBt. Grenada ...id An.t. .i sauing date to be n .tilled III UNOONfK OWNIkASBOCIATION IM .Waw*a Tale. No. 4M1 Canadian National Steamships 212 CASHIER and 1 Thratie Apply In peraon tween loom -4 p.n. or the Globe any day BeIWU—n COOK-A rei.nbk> Cook. good pay lor tha right pa %  Street. ni't Bleep In. IT l.M—an SITUATION WASTED i. M -ton writer with knowladgo Of olern-a *ort Con apeak and write three il UngueBX. Bbtcollerit Radio Script writer dOBtrei The Truth in Your Horoscope i like to know wh-1 the • for you T W-..-IM v.i U liko • aklll of Pundit Tabor*. i Aatrolng-r who by -nl HMtii I Ml Hal la — II. Arrrrea sail. Maaareal i i.i II.. Baatea lb. ii?... i ACADIAN CRUISES -. Arf May 11 K*r CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR. S Mas IS May M May O May LADY noDNTY It May El May 34 May 1 Juno > June CANADIAN CltAUJt;FJl M May JIB II June U June LADY NFXSON 14 Juno JB June | July \\ \I1IAN fill I9E1 %  June f : %  It Jute CANADIAN CXyNSTRUCTQfl 3S Jura 3 Jut* 13 .1... LADY RODNET U July 14 July '•" %  July NURTHBOI'NB BOlU A-tl*e< Aarlrea *".,. Bdee B'daa St Jobs BeatOA Ii:'.. Maaiiaal COM CRUISKR .. i ANAINAN CONSTRUCTOR LADY RODNEY M Stay M May ft Juno I Juno 11 Juno 3'uwa 11 June I June i: Jung 11 JwM ft Jwho 11 June 31 Juno 11 June %  July ( ANAIHAN rllAliJCNC.FJI U June tl June 1 July 11 Joly I JuN/ 11 July 0 July 11 My I.\1)Y NEl.soN CDN CKCISER CANADIAN i .INSTRUCTOR S Juir 14 July gftggB. IS Jury lot Jul*. 1 Aug 34 July M July 5 AX I Aug It Aug 1ADY ROONBY T Aug. t Aug It Aug M Aug. IT Aug GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.— Agents. eft srll Oir bBtl of* fvi lliliig and rrmmm-nil GERM MOTOR OILS — for — HIGH CLASS 1 IBRICAHDVt I;M HAl. I OI MUt LTD. (.uaoleiuSrrvirr. SUllon — TTfslgr Street ilevr, IBM Taborg n r accond-dgtii To popui.rue hi. lyttcin Taboro will ..-" d TO 'itE*: >our Aatral InierprolaUfm Ifjou forward him roir full name' 'Mr. Mr. or MlaJI addroag and Bfcla pt hlrth all atoarfy wrttlea by ynuraoS. N* lad for Artrologlcnl Work. I'rp. leal Portage ... | Poatol Order for ataUon -nrl rill,, Infarntlng 1N1__,. I bo Blnared al ihe remarkable. of hi. atr.ten.rnt. nfTorra Brntn now a* tkla of?e l>* *r*ao> again. Addroat. TABOllE. ith.pt 113-Dt. Ifpp Street. BoBtlaay M. rndf*. I oatagt nl.-i On occasions when only the BEST will do JOHN D. TAYLOR SPECIAL RUM (Wllh II.r Dtallm-llv* I l...,jr Solves that Problem TRY THIS SATISFYING BLEND Blended and Bottled by JOHN D. TAYLOH A SOWS LTD. Rocburk Streel %  :Dial 4335 I'HOI IMI PHESKOVTING TWO *FIVE STAR'i^s* Here's a firth. e,.,i,,Ht paaa> in moiofing hutory, brilligirtly -ovri'fcn hEttt, trW *7J ,'M>r Six' -jnd ihe Toman Ne\f?r MBTI n n* Ii BIT, ha*.: u'! lhc finf? Ccgltiret been toconm i fM i' wmcthing larw ind iioldbk --ii 'I i\v %  Mrtto Charles \1


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SUNDAY. MAY 18. IJW SISDAY ADVOCA1K GOVERNMENT NOTICES Vacant Peat W UlwHa, O.unl lleaaalal. Itarb.des. Applications lire invited foe Appointment of trie hon-pcnslonaeJ. poul of Radtograpner. General Hosafuu. Barbados. Trc -alary attached to the poet ti at the rate of $1,344 X TO—1.020 t B.W.I.) per annum, plus a temporary coat of living allowance A ration allowance of SMO per annum Is payable and free uniforms are provided Return ssaauges not exceeding 11.4*1 each way are pay abut r.not provided If the selectee Is a oontributor to Ike redetated Superannuation Scheme for Nurse., the employer's share I "ibution will be paid. 1 in..(.[-.intinciii will be on agreement for a period of S years lit i i instance and will be subject to renewal. The holder of the post will be required to asalat the Radiologist la tin. Diagnostic and Therapy -ervtoea of the X-Ray Department C.enei.l Hospital Candidate, should hold the certificate of Member. •hi|. of the Society of Radiograpbeni. preference Doing given to candidates with the duel qualifications of Diagnostics and Therapy Applications should be addressed to the Colonial Secretary Public Eulldlnes Bridgetown, to reach him not later than th. loth of June, %  11.5.5!-Jo. PAf.F FlrTl.r.S can help you to success through personal postal tuition 1 TV Ben: r -£N in i(T.p.i*in! |";IIH were once nudcni. <* • The Bcnnetl College. They ihor tuccrat to PmcnU Poatml luiiK-i — The Braocti Ctdka* *av .'. %  haw the MM ..haotx TO t*inhlf tor a fine career, higher r" ami wiaJ -.i-ojiiif One of il>... counn will le--.il lo your ftd. .m>III.-.K PART ONF. ORDERS I .it.n,.f.4lf 1 i ••' %  • %  •' B.flr-1.1 ••. K. rum TM-r.m AM Harkwill patTaalr ml RHI The B,. f 0 ia--,t iii reJlfjari*foi '!,.. n*. or i aini ii.,„„, 'N r-.4, (l r.. %  "" %  M PI .ciic win be held on Mon IS. W-d Si uM Th,,r B HAY U Uniform I bt-iu. prartKr* until .Me, th.Quern-, Birthday PatMe 1 .IH-lnl Utat Sliln.,1 'If-.I. l.ltN All <-) N C O. %  C lift/ hour. i Mnn I* I WM ii Mat % %  %  — %  <... c"-t *H--<^' ***r-t. %  - %  %  . • •-• %  .. Skoef invr-, Wrltitta AfsHc-4*!" A..h.t. 1 C •f|.i-.. IK-MI r-i.i.i Wart. >**•>-<• %  1 .. ,ei > %  %  -> l.. ( ,n>i(tl %  ••.••Matt. i f .,l-.l- lir..,.-* B-itdi-, M.I.. ft*.., e V l.| TalKn-teo^rillliat C.. If .,....., Pai-ai i:. ... : ., "..e,„, W., ... I.I.,,.,),, D _. 1 ., %  , Tl'-| W.f.i>.. r..rtK. %  I-41-... |S-N •JMJ H_ .„ 0*EB'.iASH00l %  UttekVOfi., J IB lam mil-i eft. CfRWiLMi .t*.. DH-i 1*1, tH,(*.(*B ir.6**t*i 4 GSNfli.U !" ^ .,„, %  CfUIiUAtT Of }":.'.. 1 RV CDUCAT10*. • iiir TODAY 1 %  1 !_Lr_L;.: m.* | > .JusJ IrrinW APEX HAIR PREPARATIONS inllNMiVt RABV OII> N HP RAZOR BLADES 0 PLASTIC B1.NOCILAKS | CXI ARSPEt/S— trr-.lr-l lUoum fi J SperUelM and (il m w elaavr. FRESH VFUITABLB SEED VOI'R in: i G RTORE. mi-. f Jwl ft fa>w u,K off Broftd SI. la PR. \\\t H'y. STREET Htfli 4441 or 2041 ;-; p. A. CLARKE • I %  >• > &f • %  >• %  %  &f + a)>t*a)a)4 > *4^a>a>a. STOCK UP OH THESE TinAnnual Camp mill b k.ld at **"" %  ?-' w Jun All rmnhi who *rabto to illind hanacO in Utrii 1UM Ow-ia Inlarm the H,S M is K-Ts'ri.rEe,""" "" *"^" On-rl> OBcOiderl> Sa>r,*nl *' IP all) Ordmly Officei • %  %  .-,.. I.R\PIS ,Tllw> PWE APPLE in.US ( I'KRANT JELLY (TIlM) APRICOT NECTAR W iSwtl( AUXED PICKLES n..!OLIVES ( MAVONALSE .:% %  %  s M >\C1ES (.ELATINE lPlu. IHINOLAA*. r-.. RICE iPkc.) GOLDE\ ARROW R V M. B'BHhlXS % CO.. LT. Roebuck Street — Dial 2070 & 4502 fcff, EXCELLENT £MM& RESI LTS riyi MM HI: nil.Ill 1 lUNtKNTKATKIl—I I'l. I2X Gallons Liquid Manure BALANCKD ANALYSIS—PHOSI'HOKIl ACID (ail soluble I 6.6'i NITWMIKN '. POTASH 4.1'i Obiaiiiahle from all Groceries B4MgMtMa>t>tatf4af| X-1-P



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I'U.i SIXTEEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE SIMMY. MAY 18. 15" J (.itAIII SAVES Profiteers Fined Up Mi ; B. OnffltH. Acting Police Magistrate of Diairict "A" yesterday fined MurW Thompson of fMteplaine. St. Ani Marjorte Clemment of Chapman's Line, St Michael. £* hi for srllina six plantains foi 4fl cpu to : lalfM "hould have been sold %  •! %  %  •> 1) .mUImonthi' UnpriMCr%  TH i,l A ilh hiird iMtxiur The offence • i %  MUM and (MS knew thai -.ina the law. Mi (infflth alto fined Louie Leacock a hawker of m I •# £3 or two months' imprisonment with hard labour for selling six bananas (not gro. nurht-U) for six cents to a -customer May 17. ..r. IU'H DANCE c.-.. M SEA VIEW fil'LST 1101 Sf HASTINGS DA It DADOS Under new managerneni Daily and long term ratca quoted on •equaat tviuiaiient guaaia welcome Dinner and Cocktail partiaa arranged. J. H. BUCKLAND, Proprietor. ) KINO. th Csrlton goalkaapri. HVOI II..;[ Of 'ii" K O Cap I'lnal FlXtUl one of the many "HiaV at hU goal by B T F A i at Kensington Ycxtcrday. Carllon artm i U. iring the Brst B.A.F.A. TROPHIES PRESENTED lliirriion College Referring to Harrison Coll** ; ""ing, a they rren irtMa 0*9 were two do**, %  of luck ttWj i'#•#•## l*itiittiii THEN BOWRANITE IT tlllll I IH'l/4-t It. lot the Us; protrction aUta-nsl Raat aad ('orroalon uae — BOWRANITE g*ten*i PAINT . % % % %  ParUieat l.iMa IJU-E' *< One QftBgej Will rover 7O0-I,*M aq. ft. Kloeked In RUD. BLACK, in. GREY r.OXVKANITi: |g oupplird read> mixed ->ii* two—nil. He nanj-c-s. ht said, was .i new rxpcctlnk* much in the future. thought everyone would give a ... t! < %  competition whom no big hand to the H.F.F.A.. who one knew when they applied i"i Major Fosler then a*Kcd the were a keen amustard. They affllfatloii. but they will certain!) Hon'bw the Colonial Secrclary io kept plodding along when they be known now and he hoped thar present the trophies. weic only one >tl behind and They'll Do Ir Every Time HEELSS/ QDH'T HAVE TO SET A TlCr.vr-SOT HE LIKES TO SHOW MOW | TOUGH HE TALKS WITH COPS-ya. By Jimmy Hatlo 'SirF'He'S ALL SWEETNESS A>0 TEARS rVHEhl HE UKi-QAC>S THE TAG ON HIS FOUTCAL FL IH THE COURTHOUSE— .. THE MOST PKRI-'KCT AMD tIKUIKNT \V\SIIIN(. MACHINi: ift the ACE ROTA WASH Compare these advantages of the Ace with Hiiy oilier Machine. (1) Really Efficient Service (2) Faster Wash and Quicker Finish (3) Amazing Dirt Extraction (4) Capacity 1 m. to 10 lbs. dr\ cloths (5) Every Machine (inaranieed Then there is no need to ~~—^—^——— Here's our promise to treat our Gentlemen Customers to a week o! Real. Genuine Bargains in everything for Gentlemen. The I'.irade benins at 8 A.M. on Mondav 19th inst. when all roads lead to . W. E. WILSON & CO. for the most thrilling Bargains of the year for gentlemen. .. Don'l lv satisfied to merely read this and iii.amiuuii.d the Barnanr; are. -.v them for yours.it You in under no obligation to buy Or better yol send in your wife. Mother. Siflttr, Sweetheart Of Girl-friend to shop for you. and to every Cash Purchase of $30.00 and over, they will he civen I"'discount -MI' or its equivalent in addition to the already reduce prices. The following is merely an idea of some of the Bargains in slore for you:— slums i 100'i Sea Island CoILm Shirt* in Blur. C.rrv. White S and Tun 'd J7. rarh . :l for $22.00 9 ;* Sen 1-1;.n.I .mil Egnttta Cotton Shin* in While mid -; colours in all sire* Q S6.7n each ... 3 for $19.00 ;. Master-Croft Shirts in Whiic and colours .i" SS.OO each S . 3 for $23.00 8 Nvlon Sporl Shirls in White and Colours ^i SUM each 5 ... 3 for $23.00 Beaulifullv Krnown I). !-:iicd Sport Shirls hv Flite prices from $2.70 lo $7.4$ each and Towellini: Tee Shirts Irom 114$ |o S3.8I each Knillcd Ties Shoes! shui-s! Shoes! The In: '..-vi Town. Irires $14.00 pr. And more assortment from $9.ttl DON'T FAIL TO SEK OUR SHOW WINDOW DISPLAY IH KIM; THIS 1-1 ItH'li And numerous other lines of interest al N. E. WILSON & Co. The House offerini! real Hot Barcains for one III week .mis 31. Swan St. "" l :1 76 t pay more You cannot buy than the Ace bettei Price $21739 CAVE SHEPHERD a CO. LTD. IC-13 BROAD ST. Is*:'* ITS THE GENTLEMEN'S MEMORABLE WEEK AN IRISH LINEN SUIT ONLY $36.00 EA. Ideal /or (he Tropics • P. C. S. MAFFEI & Co., Ltd. Top Scorers in tailoring Prince Wm. Henry Street w/.v,v.v/.v.'.v.v//////.v.v/,w.v.'.v.v/.w.v.v.-.' Who is Barbailos' Bonniest Babu of t0S29 The icarchfor Barbadot' Bonniest Baby of 1952 ia on, and mothers r: invited to enter their babies for Barbados' Bonniest Baby Contest of 1952 Barbados' Bonniest Babies are of course Cow & Gate Babies and this competition is open to all bab'.es fed on Cow & Gate Milk Food, th; Food of Royal Babies and the B:st Milk for Babies when Natural Feeding fails. IIM.SK O.V SI J'II:MIU it :iont.i-j. Plastic Bells in nlain and fancy designs, nil sixes prices Irom 4lic. to 9lle. each dents' Athlclic Vesl. .1 72c. each American Summer Straw Hats in up-(o-the-minute ,j stsles. prices from S2.40 Co S4.40 each Foil Hals from $3.3(1 tn $4.39 ea. Worsted and Trooiial Suitings. Cream Serge, (.al.er,. dine Si C.rev Klnnnel at prices as low as $2.40 yd. Handkerchiefs (coloured) I for 72c. Fancy Socks in all si/cs | American Sock. In Nvlon. Art Silk and Lisle Thread with elastic lops from 80c. to $2.40 per pr. i. %  •l.lfe.r wllh l| ltd. I.an. aasalsl I.HIII.. >H4 is. Jail*, I.I' ni .1 lala -.,..!.. Ai.arataat i-a Sa.rmh.r Best quality Khaki Drill (8 J oi.) $1.20. $1.50 & $1.6S per yd. nntti I'OKM 1 i. i r-iir i to itn %  • r.rm.i.w COW • tlATf LTD.. r.o *.* •If tBlllm%  %  Il-lliii. r.Tid.t.i. I hr„b I-IM-I BV %  *••"* '" r Hi--.* 1.BoiinH-'t Oaby Cjnte-L 1SS3. and cnelo>*> 1 1 crr\,l\ %  i 1< %  Cow •Rale Baby, and 1 %  MlM 1.- Ism* Bom sn . Wns m %  1 Pr-mt Wlht l Addrr.. Pa* I TH COW & GATE SILVER CHALLENGE BCWL It %  ir r.l TI molaa 0*fj * %  d>U> Oal a Ha linaa *or tn-are.l i row A IOI Miis ros. ib. ••! Nalaral iBSku laiu. Co* •% Oalo all IIIIK' trm* laaladlna lahrrel* Caw 1 Hal* Fatad %  ' bi">u>' In raur nhi far bafcl*. %  ad N I"* -.IT 4*Mrar*r-J -•*' %  ; noa iIOI K nttm IOBM run IT OIT €OW & GATE MILK FOOD I y* ) fJjt^S^s^^s^-^l^sa^i^jejl^. J. . L-U. C... Ltd. 8* A..OU ^*^^^6#;^l?4-*^*^ I I



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x* o> rS* ' etHSBsWi Ujt ICibi •mi si CSTABUSHF.D 1895 BARBADO-. MAY l. :9V 1 RICE MX CENTS PARATROOP FORCES LAND ON KOJE Move To Prevent Prisoner Outbreaks AN. Korea. H United NationsCommajid ordered the lough be United Stales 11.7th Airborne Infantr) Regiment of paratroopers into explosive Ko)e Island area wh< prisoners of war la.st week kidnapped the Allied camp commander. It was the strongest move > %  ; I hardened Reds who had been running the camps for weeks I practica lly to suit them*elve. the ractaMnt will be under thai wall direction of Brigadier G ; \v ComI ... d and held fin v. ill be near %  %  %  [red riot*. | '! niy 15 mile* ocrosii a narro '--land. MOVS \nnotmccd <: %  ciei Bm %  enounced ihi' Tokyo ihortlj ifter nil Ui %  Ofllrei Id I %  H (MfBOSI oerSi The movemeni of troop %  sand %  si I todnv (5 a.m. BAT.*. Clark said lie ordered pnratroop* (o the island nt the i i mn A V— F1< mandcr of The Eiwhih An %  Id lha United N th n *f the r,. 'i i|on in thi >d ministration of (Ttlitcd Nation %  %  prisoners! 8COOOLB01 M/\> t.ttossn OH it i'i /M.f. Mr. rath w*aa therefore S14I.SU and after deducting SM.0 for the prise. SII6.6U tuu been banked to Ihr l .mum for Finland Fond. A new competition start* In to-day's paper and thr Aral prise ha* been i % % %  d to S4.D0 Mr. WlllUnu may rail at the Advocate OfHce on Brood Street at hla convenleare and roller! thr prise. Col. Sec. Presents B.A.F.A. Trophies HOrTBLER N TURNER, Col rtial Secretary, presented ths RA K A Uophisa lo the vartoua clubs at U elusion of tin' Knockout Pit all si Ks sfternoon Major A K Foster, Vrosi hul <>l the W A K A sol i v that li*Excellency tinGo" unable \ %  witness any of ths genes this season snd they ragr sited irerj much the circumstances under which ha i (.ui.i not attend Hon'bli U.N. IVlakt Final Proposal For Peace tin having to pcatanl the trophies. ii wits ihc tti-.t O tf eaataa tha ssmeury had %  I : %  ; , %  I he hope i ,i . uld not be the laat thanked on basalt ol i* \ RM laUon, Ml I mornings to ;. %  !,' I : PAUL MANt)i:vil,L>: Shipper of Notre Daiuo. receiving the aVAJrV trophy Irom the llon'Me -ItC.l:n*l Beeraiary ye-tarday afternoon at Kensington at 'nr tonchision •' ths Knoi-koot rinlNotris Dame *U tarried on tho Oacond thvlMou Troplty. Electric Coy. Not Supplying Public Need Bombings May Increase At fete Empire Youth Serric** Next Sunday On Sunday next .il 4 30 p.m the Emptra Youth San bo .held at Goveiiunant Huns*i-.i thai BatMi Hi tteiuimw tlili. I %  i •* the Us aui and Bat deirv TUNIS. May 17A new bomb explosion rocked Hitrtatrrt Medina quartet early l"t me Chamber of Canunerce ..< which memU-i. the two English Directors of the BautMdoa Boeirk supply Cor.itlcullie. caused 0* the hick of electricitv. Hon. K It. Hi;nte said: The pqa t ttC fl aj regards the supply ol electneity In IB appears to BM tu be very acute and my Impressions are that, avOn arssss'-.ss 0 PUS&TKKSS it %  < i. i-n ii Electric Company ware not sup, lr plyinu the neeil, of ihi 1 land A-. i. Ill %  I" !'' ...1 StlvM qafM a hulti up area I >.itoi laa far back as 1937. but the pooi %  in that area ,. %  ad up tr the present time thSM iddresa, Oiher* unfortunate people ^re still wKhport m the •ervnee will w: electricity. Serious KftVtt £" £ > hav bprn "Hwbb Informed vation Army. ol new hOUM unde. stand, is having u serlou*. eSSCt on Hie building % %  m %  arpentan, M.I : trlclans, ate., that would lie emptoyod in building these new BERLIN. May l,. houses now find themselves withThe Sovl* | Mnpiaraaant, which larassing of tic "Hfn^ %  %  armed West Berlin !: ,.:.,.„:,,,. %  •' people. Allied Ptrofa (U> I nni:ilt's|t (I One of the Edacatlen Notes have been crowded oat but will appear on Taeaday. cm dimculties al t ..^r"?,-; Uw moment seems to be the unIkaiibaad .rf. he company being patrol trouble Trucks bliirkloggod b> iovlal iwarnto) '' %  •" %  lt h „ beCn Emitted thai lha iwar. of the fact .. : that this Bill has been under cunEMPIRE DAY EXHIBITION For the fourth year in sun %  ion the Barbados Branch ol* the League of Empire has anised an Exhibition ol competitive work amemg schooU. Tlus Exhibition is now beinj! prepared at Comber men School Hall where the Adjudication CofBDiithM will make iheir award* on M inday, May 19. The results of these awauK will be announced 111 I broadcast by Major C. Nooit.']'i, Hi idma U fC mbermere School, on behjilf of tho Committee, over Red I on Monday nn>ht at 8.05 after lh< cal %  < be announced in the Piesjs. The SxBlhition \NIII p| apanad % % %  xhtesday nd Thursday offbi* week ar. I a task anj pen a ttw world K raa load all world u • xcept in roiinln.'. tastllnd Uie' I] i |oi nl %  %  Ha iM Hi it Usv wen en i '•""'' %  ^ Ham ll n ^t ilelegii l II, tu %  tu lele II i> %  saw seesH ADVOCATE f:\CLlSI\hS Spoil 1'ialures I'upi' Four ill' I! IIIKIIK'I Of llwkiagbam Pahue 1'iiffv A'/ervw Phi Ptoplr rf Hurimdurt Puff Ttn larmtm For tin It i tut Fun ri l,.r: .ii..n. |o ike fund to defray the expenses of ace cyrllat Kin fJruum to the Ol'inmr l.amr. in ll.Ulnkl next July are accepted at thr RaffBl Bank of Canada. Ha relay* Bank and the office nf the Advocate. Another t'r*aword Camprlltloi has b.-en tl.ru-d it aid this fund SJBtoff n* and win S4.M (mil vi.ssa.ao Ami. Prev. Ack. "sST.ii Ihani Br jpp Proceedi. ( tnsWord Pyifle < m petition SI MartinH.,. Srhool eley HJII Mais' School ll Total si SM -I able to borrow tendon money market u Bill becomes law In Barbapeessnl f'trm. the OnVial %  Petroleum Fire Threatens To Engulf Corpus Clirisli CORPUS CHKIPTI M. Flames toller than skyscrapers roared out of control as fire engulfed a petroleum tank farm and Uw whole areas of homes around it. More than 5.000 bai flaming crude oil exploded early today. The flames were so hot they bU fighters 100 feet away. Except for firemen 21 blocks away surrounding the farm was evacuated by order of the authorities. The latest explosion was seen cli arl> from Corpus Christi. OiliciaU direct in? the huge task; of fighting the Mameh said if burning oil spilled Into the ship canal the entire port of Corpus Christi could be engulfed A thud explosion early tt>-da> pressure %  l buddroeked the blaring petioleum tant inirs to wet i as new farm and nfflrials warned that the 'supplies ... J chemientlre Port of Corpus Chi i'Sm "e would t* ihreatened if thev .ire' glganli.blaze ItSaTU. Fighters_awo un.blo to prevent the fire :: • "e nigh spreading octane gasolene and ci The latest explo.nm on already burning BO.onn bau '.ofhed in from surrouncitank of kerownc. It went up like in;: oil centres. a "baby atom bomb'* sh^rirrinen Burned blazing oil 2.000 fee: bl UM %  I AJ ;. : fhu Wast lighted up down town b u -Tied and hospitalized Corpus i' 1 ll was the latest in a acr* I urni-d. The p> I oxplosions thit ripped tank after | rrf tank of gasolene, crude oil and ,. ((1 t rrfi other fuels. Kaces Rli>lered More than 1.000 Pre lighter* drawn from every available sounc worked desperately to control th< blaze. The fire was so hot It bh>!, by the Barbadoa GovFor neaily two years. It also admitted that the com(>n t %  a 100 • the fill save lor heavy %  psnasml tioohFilday tttr schorls Of the li b | '.i falls this v ' n (Friday ) %  >nel R : r of Police, the by Capt at the School. Three Divi-iuns •IT *tit> year baa %  l -note be%  those over IS In the the task of a prO|< Vow father haared a two %  aer o plot of land at BkeaV i ..i the I u %  i r d mi the IntrrnnsrliMiI I the task ix coloured [msters the neeiipaMaVDCO CITY, Maj 11 pad i ..'times of any General Mquel Henriqucr Canbliear. (.Juzr.ar; < |< jred posters ure lo be ar. %  Parties Merge: C5 Elecl i eii/itian Hi. kite the I'uk.vuk t'liekel Qufa '..i tiieu cii-o|ratiou and UtStn the ISMOl KensingI .11 .III I asMabers ol lha pubuc for insu eentlnued ffithiiHfpm an ithout which ihalr enWta in inning the As><. latlOn an old havt i sen futile. With resard H lha is as oa ra id thai l| ped been ont ol upsets and surprises. Aa %  HsoaJ lid not think th.tt their aland u MI. b what it aha tld havi he s* Bked i .. to ,:.v that, bol I..' h U that they would lake it in the which he hail gteon it u> v.ay of ci I'I He knew thai lhary would t.ll join HII/I him in onViing heiu-ty i>rig 1 ,iiiiI.,ii.,Fi, to Notre Dome r having carried ff ti> HA PA tiophi. Three years ago tr.ev entered :t the cup. :t year they to ths Bpcond Dtl Ion and .!-• %  %  that they were i.vision for the. have a'ag .it the top. flfnssa I %  he Miid that Uj H quite :i while, and always gavt thetu '!. Ok uht that the n A PA was due to shuffling of UM U %  rv men anil putting Ihem in %  „i-. %  was just UlUJ square pegs in round 1 thought that their WM was a commendable one, esiwciol; i was known that ihey S> On pace 14 %  It %  mut.lst-H never Would I he Mrouid return i. eamn i %  nt to IIHKI I P %  (..hmin ol The B.rtdo. T. mittee of the !-<-f' and several hours were spent le Nobrlga %  e^ch clauM he t'lil • • firm was both the Housf of As//f/ef France dot Note From t'.S.'s Warner Brots. Suffer Great Loss In Fire HURJIAKK. faliforni... Mjq IV Hrndsj MJI* and .studio offlciaiof Warner Brothers probed tlnouspi lha BliU smouldentiu I atsjW seres or movw %  I moUon pi'tvires in the wotid. v Btlrt laincaster, Ootxloa. tk Bsi C % %  hi.in. K.tv llolger. i others who helped SBMO MtUS Sl.300,000 %  •: %  lOlkUtl Hi th. lire and ii-m.m iriK on dims that had been rnstu on lha famous sets. i 'i. pan along with %  loined sntvsktmen ami ploysei to Isbi de lheir ulmost to salige what they coukj „f the valuPAIIIS. May 17 Report* |. IpmenL—>, %  IIOU. Iron, ihc K The ft, Mlhi.ieri aporti two days last nrcnt a o confirm or • %  urh a not. had be. u artini lo reports lalad in the eomdors ol %  la UM : i tut rl'igWtK IVutii.t \ VEW VORK. May K had enough gasolene %  r vei was cramped by shoruges and %  > rinrit. hlfh octane gasoi ran were %  ii restrlcUld li" l.ngei abstain I %  %  %  that it will %  %  •>{ .1. m>rarm u< n N--*ix Afn. in the use ot fuel helped my flights grot, In New York Trans-world An%  "i ihe alrlli a edui Mondai owing to tho -tnke hv phono pj Patniltum Ade .mi-'r it ion for i Nstoni a ..'ite. of %  bOttt 3IV per rent bt li con —P.P. .,i |.le fly —l'.p. Ike. kefaurer Head Primaries \ 'in u thr : "taeda'ri oearer agau. I cm me. t %  mist support —P.p. IM;.G'is|.lrge>i'.' • tered their faces if thev ippro., rexas State guardaman within 100 feet (and Cqrj Greatest datiger was to jn 80.000 .v.-ri i of barrel tank of crude oil OCll) "rejpf this. I understand that they abort distance from the Bai %  r (have approve*! of a long term Officials said if it exploded flair;i. of expansion in Barbados. crude oil would spread PCTOM surfaceofthenearbyshiDh..r : m spend approximately half and might engulf the errUn Some fire lighters were diverre.t throw UD an earthen dike tr. cat tain the blaring oil hnulfl the UI ex olode The Are already tre. two month old negro housing d .n. sarrounding the blaring oetro;. *ulfed the antin fire was ordered evacuated .• the for fire (flames from tank to tank *ith w e open oi Streams of water under high ( luccesstve explosions.—I .r • %  i me i ngiBiam i Cli My isMprreaiiw at the lap -'MI Ihr BUI ess paired SMp. thai Mr go Votrl.a SSI Ml!*>, { \ |(..l^;i [ ;||k> lied aiUi all of Use rUo>M m the Bill, and I eould al pre*I <; | IT •aav that the three mmp.ir.i-* he w pciaenled. iiamrl. |he | Telephaae (ampin*, ihe r.MT-:. brip lumrini and Ihr LOM ( ompany would alw h*alnlud. However, to my amaseas urgent I m~nl, I new fVid that thr Barthe BG. Governi" I badbM tl'rtri. supplt torpor-. other Caribbean (. atkoa base lodcrd a protest apM • < %  •.,,. u Ottawa at In re' possible daU I v ui troa island the Bar-I* a solution for maint;. ipp| CertK>r.tiii 1-ady boat service and to formuhave p moral obliga'; •• u Tm sgrrcment on ... 'i^ aii relations, gauon is to give good service. Tl that they 1 bat a B G. deleg.. %  %  tor f rom feromsshould comprise <• taUse. a Cham ..^ ber represent at ;\> and. a represenand t-'fore *"'• ,v,r 'ToOucer. .t uu psssel b.' the two Legis-, AssocUtion. ..dies. The Barbados 1 .'. come under tr %  t the UUlhkn Bill but : four smaller posters 12x14 inches nre*on rrf. I =" debted to I are to her"" <2 have on %  141 Wl %  %  Manv Knlries Mr V '.' Aown sle thai %  received in tl s times as many en%  .. division as thev Poai i \M> Oreaoa May u Gtgieial aaaanbaawar added his IM 1 Hitlal Pi man Klectloi I-. I •trtlon rk i< palas | of the i %  candidates and %  %  not sufl.r .ui the %  : %  jales Incomj... from ant %  : Lo l.u outdistance i n of Illinois on the I RA "IGH-Makon o'Ihe WORLD'S CHAMPION CYCLE dollars dunng thh >ear. Ma a number %  .tl.press b> l! %  Company which star*. the 10 regret having to announce It certainly will be a f. morning pa; On page 18 ballot. Doug! figures show how In this Inttn growing: Junior and who S> Hi page s %  ; t t_ — v.r. Trade Union Students Want More Money me HifTerence of opinion SI '<> the alli.wances beini; made to them the student / %  • i : lu gdin I their day'i schedule on Friday. Urn •-' %  MM JOJ Kidem Dit In Midaajghl Crtuih hluU the i-l wblcb was rua csrnk u i %  ;:ing in ng(-s %  i -*-, Mac* ----' —_ . \2 M of troa-word l-u./Ie of „., ., from thft cl!y for Finland Fund .i -II' by the "Advoctle %  %  %  %  %  and rind I whether %  .i. DM I will be granted was not disclosed. You are on a WINNER when you ride a Raleigh! A Raleigh PW DM OBOkJS fat Reg Hirrl—World's Pi 't'l.m for in; iccood year la sucxetiiua. Mere i. proof .>t ihe i.J. m of hsiTing your bky.lt from a CoSapSSQ %nh uh great trchnkal experience and knowledar that deiigned and bull ihc record-breaking KALI IOI1. RALEIGH THB ALL-STEEL BICYCLE CAVE, SIIKI'IIKRD & CO, LTD. 10. II. \' & l:t llrnail Slrcl.


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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, May 18, 1952
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CSTABUSHF.D 1895
BARBADO-. MAY l. :9V
1 RICE MX CENTS
PARATROOP FORCES LAND ON KOJE
Move To Prevent
Prisoner Outbreaks
AN. Korea. H
United NationsCommajid ordered the lough be
United Stales 11.7th Airborne Infantr) Regiment of para-
troopers into explosive Ko)e Island area wh< -
prisoners of war la.st week kidnapped the Allied camp
commander.
It was the strongest move >; I
hardened Reds who had been running the camps for weeks I
practically to suit them*elve.
the ractaMnt will be under thai
wall direction of Brigadier G
; \v Com-
I
...
d and held fin
v. ill be near


[red riot*. |
'! niy 15 mile* ocrosii a
narro '--land.
MOVS \nnotmccd
<: ciei
Bm
enounced ihi'
Tokyo ihortlj ifter nil Ui

Ofllrei Id I

H (MfBOSI
oerSi
The movemeni of troop
sand si I
todnv (5 a.m. BAT.*.
Clark said lie ordered pnratroop* '
(o the island nt the i i
' mn A V F1<
mandcr of The Eiwhih An "
Id lha United N th n
*f the r,. 'i i|on in thi
>d ministration of (Ttlitcd Nation


prisoners!
8COOOLB01 M/\>
t.ttossn oh it i'i /M.f.
Mr. Ptae RNd. Belleville, a
school boy of Hsrrlnon
College, won the Cross
Word I'uzalr < om petition
hi. it was run in Ihls
newspaper Ul week Id aid
of Uie Farnum fur Finland
Fand.
Mr. William., obvluusl-
show* a i.ilrir for dfdilu-
tion for not Ions, bio li
was thr winner of thr Ad-
vocate ( hristma* Number
Com pell (Ion.
The rumpetttl.
on Sunday last
entries rame
' by Th
last thr
er one hundred im
Ihr (Inr KM ( .nt-
wa* closed. Finally
umber of entries
590. Thr- yield
began
nd at lirsi
and
Howev
Friday
p to o
da* by
petition i
the total
received
u> rath w*aa therefore
S14I.SU and after deducting
SM.0 for the prise. SII6.6U
tuu been banked to Ihr
l .mum for Finland Fond.
A new competition start*
In to-day's paper and thr
Aral prise ha* been i d
to S4.D0
Mr. WlllUnu may rail at
the Advocate OfHce on
Brood Street at hla con-
venleare and roller! thr
prise.
Col. Sec. Presents
B.A.F.A. Trophies
HOrTBLER N TURNER, Col rtial Secretary, present-
ed ths RA K A Uophisa lo the vartoua clubs at U
elusion of tin' Knockout Pit all si Ks
sfternoon
Major A K Foster, Vrosi hul <>l the W A K A
. sol i v that li*- Excellency tin- Go"
unable \ witness any of ths genes this season snd they
ragr sited irerj much the circumstances under which ha
i (.ui.i not attend
Hon'bli
U.N. IVlakt
Final Proposal
For Peace
tin having
to pcatanl the trophies.
ii wits ihc tti-.t Otfeaataa tha
ssmeury had I
: ; I
he hope i ,i . uld not be the laat
thanked on basalt ol
i* \ rm laUon, Ml
I
mornings to
;.!,'
I :
PAUL MANt)i:vil,L>: Shipper of Notre Daiuo. receiving the aVAJrV trophy Irom the llon'Me -It- C.l-
:n*l Beeraiary ye-tarday afternoon at Kensington at 'nr tonchision ' ths Knoi-koot rinl-
Notris Dame *U tarried on tho Oacond thvlMou Troplty.
Electric Coy.
Not Supplying
Public Need
Bombings May
Increase At fete
Empire Youth
Serric** Next
Sunday
On Sunday next .il 4 30 p.m
the Emptra Youth San
bo .held at Goveiiunant Huns-
*i-.i thai
BatMi
Hi
tteiuimw tlili.
I
i * the
Us aui and Bat
deirv
TUNIS. May 17-
A new bomb explosion rocked
Hit- rtatrrt Medina quartet early
l" iwreaao W t tolent du/ui
approaching Mualim fe*o of llam-
adan.
Police "id the highly explosive
bomb dived damage but no
victims In Saadon district of the
sprawling Arab quarter to add
to "a bomb a day" crle-* rf OUt-
ragen which in the past week re-
sulted in six dead, and stores of
injured.
Authorities voiced the appre-
hension that recent terrorist a'-'
tacks might lacraa a during Uie
Muslim "Ramadan" feic whleh
beglna May 23 and is the tradi-
tional occasion for mass demon-
stration. They said prayers arc
held in the open during the lVast*
and there Is ample opportunity
for Incidents.
Informed Sources snd thai
General Pierre Garbev. Command- 5?"
er-tn-Chief of French Armed f"T. <-' ";r:,1.".
Force, has worked out plan to' l
etimhat any resurgence of vio-
lenceU.P.
During the meeting of Iht OoOB-
' ii i>t me Chamber of Canunerce
..< which memU-i.
the two English Directors of the
BautMdoa Boeirk supply Cor-
.itlcullie. caused
0* the hick of electricitv. Hon.
K It. Hi;nte said:
The pqatttCfl aj regards the
supply ol electneity In IB
appears to BM tu be very acute
and my Impressions are that, avOn
arssss'-.ss0 pus&tkkss
it < i. i-nii Electric Company ware not sup-
, lr plyinu the neeil, of ihi
1 land A-. i......
Ill I" !'' ...1 StlvM
qafM a hulti up area
I >.itoi laa far back as 1937. but the poo-
i in that area ,.
ad up tr the present time thSM
iddresa, Oiher* unfortunate people ^re still wKh-
port m the ervnee will w: electricity.
Serious KftVtt
" > hav" bprn "Hwbb Informed
vation Army.______________
ol new hOUM
unde. stand, is having u serlou*.
eSSCt on Hie building ! m
- arpentan, m.i
: trlclans, ate., that would lie em-
ptoyod in building these new
BERLIN. May l,. houses now find themselves with-
The Sovl* | Mnpiaraaant, which
larassing of tic "Hfn^

armed West Berlin !: ,.:.,.:,,,.' people.
Allied Ptrofa
(U> I nni:ilt's|t (I
!
One of the
Edacatlen Notes have
been crowded oat but will
appear on Taeaday.
cm dimculties al
t ..^r"?,-; Uw moment seems to be the un-
Ikaiibaad .rf. he company being
patrol
trouble
Trucks bliirkloggod b>
iovlal
iwarnto) ''" lt h beCn Emitted thai lha
iwar. of the fact
, .. :that this Bill has been under cun-
EMPIRE DAY
EXHIBITION
For the fourth year in sun ion the Barbados Branch
ol* the League of Empire has anised an Exhibition ol
competitive work amemg schooU. Tlus Exhibition is now
beinj! prepared at Comber men School Hall where the
Adjudication CofBDiithM will make iheir award* on M in-
day, May 19.
The results of these awauK will be announced 111 I
broadcast by Major C. Nooit.']'i, Hi idma U fC mber-
mere School, on behjilf of tho Committee, over Red I
on Monday nn>ht at 8.05 after lh< cal <
be announced in the Piesjs.
The SxBlhition \niii p| apanad
xhtesday
nd Thursday offbi* week ar. iBrSay in schools
vantad players tu realise t- li Com i
thut Mr, wdke. bad made that that
pi \ id- ., -
.ill in Harbadt" .it In K i i
. p ras b into
. s/ssj purs tu. i
ol too i all in tl '
,, ova, .positive than in lod is
Keferees Thanked
I B I the gentlemen
i Ihc thankless
ask of refereeiii: the game*. They l ' toad
^i-l jiil* ntld he thought 'lien anaweri ! th.
they i-oulri pp entin*tr.l wllh surhj' U nj "it> I -
a task anj pen a ttw world K raa load all world u
xcept in roiinln.'. tastllnd Uie' I]
i |oi nl
Ha iM Hi it Usv wen en i '""''^ Ham ll
n ^t ilelegii
l II, tu
tu lele ii i>
saw seesH
ADVOCATE
f:\CLlSI\hS
Spoil 1'ialures
I'upi' Four
ill' I! IIIKIIK'I Of
llwkiagbam
Pahue
1'iiffv A'/ervw
Phi Ptoplr rf
Hurimdurt
Puff Ttn
larmtm For
tin It i tut Fun ri
l,.r: .ii..n. |o ike fund to
defray the expenses of ace
cyrllat Kin fJruum to the
Ol'inmr l.amr. in ll.Ulnkl
next July are accepted at
thr RaffBl Bank of Canada.
Ha relay* Bank and the
office nf the Advocate.
Another t'r*aword Cam-
prlltloi has b.-en tl.ru-d it
aid this fund SJBtoff n*
and win S4.M
(mil vi.ssa.ao
Ami. Prev. Ack. "sST.ii
Ihani Br jpp
Proceedi. (tns-
Word Pyifle
< mpetition
SI Martin- H.,.
Srhool
eley HjII Mais'
School
ll......
Total
si SM -I
able to borrow
tendon money market u
Bill becomes law In Barba-
peessnl f'trm.
the
OnVial

Petroleum Fire Threatens
To Engulf Corpus Clirisli
CORPUS CHKIPTI M.
Flames toller than skyscrapers roared out of control
as fire engulfed a petroleum tank farm and Uw
whole areas of homes around it. More than 5.000 bai
flaming crude oil exploded early today.
The flames were so hot they bU
fighters 100 feet away. Except for firemen 21 blocks away
surrounding the farm was evacuated by order of the author-
ities.
The latest explosion was seen cli arl> from
Corpus Christi. OiliciaU direct in? the huge task; of fighting
the Mameh said if burning oil spilled Into the ship canal
the entire port of Corpus Christi could be engulfed
A thud explosion early tt>-da> pressure l budd-
roeked the blaring petioleum tant inirs to wet i as new
farm and nfflrials warned that the 'supplies ... J chemi-
entlre Port of Corpus Chi i'Sm "e
would t* ihreatened if thev .ire' glganli.- blaze ItSaTU. Fighters_awo
un.blo to prevent the fire :: "e nigh
spreading octane gasolene and ci
The latest explo.nm
on already burning BO.onn bau '.ofhed in from surrounci-
tank of kerownc. It went up like in;: oil centres.
a "baby atom bomb'* sh^- rirrinen Burned
blazing oil 2.000 fee: bl UM * I AJ ;. : -
fhu Wast lighted up down town bu-Tied and hospitalized
Corpus i'1
ll was the latest in a acr* I urni-d. The p> I
oxplosions thit ripped tank after |rrf
tank of gasolene, crude oil and ,.((1.t rrfi,
other fuels.
Kaces Rli>lered
More than 1.000 Pre lighter*
drawn from every available sounc
worked desperately to control th<
blaze. The fire was so hot It bh>-
!, by the Barbadoa Gov-
For neaily two years. It
also admitted that the com-
(>n t



* a 100
the fill
save lor heavy

psnasml tiooh- Filday
tttr schorls Of the li b |
'.i falls this v
' '
n (Friday )

>nel R :
r of Police, the
by Capt
at the
School.
Three Divi-iuns
it *tit> year baa
'
l
-note be-

those over IS
In the the task
of a prO|<
Vow father ha-
ared a two aero plot of land at
-
BkeaV i ..i the I u i
r
d mi
the IntrrnnsrliMi- I
I the task
ix coloured [msters the neeiipa-
MaVDCO CITY, Maj 11 pad i ..'times of any
General Mquel Henriqucr Canbliear.
(.Juzr.ar; < |< jred posters ure lo be ar-
.
Parties Merge:
C5
Elecl i eii/itian
Hi. kite the I'uk.vuk t'liekel
Qufa '..i tiieu cii-o|ratiou and
UtStn the ISMOl Kensing-
I .11 .III I
asMabers ol lha pubuc for insu
eentlnued ffithiiHfpm an
ithout which ihalr enWta in
inning the As><. latlOn an old
havt i sen futile.
With resard H lha isasoa ra
id thai l| ped been ont ol up-
sets and surprises. Aa HsoaJ
.....lid not think th.tt
their aland u mi. b
what it aha tld havi he s*
Bked i .. to ,:.v that, bol I..' h U
that they would lake it in the
. which he hail gteon it
u> v.ay of ci i'i
He knew thai lhary would t.ll
join hii/i him in onViing heiu-ty
. i>rig1,iiiiI.,ii.,Fi, to Notre Dome
r having carried
ff ti> ha pa tiophi. Three
years ago tr.ev entered '
:t the cup.
:t year they
to ths Bpcond Dtl Ion and .!-
that they were
' i.vision for
the. have a'ag
.it the top.
flfnssa
I

he Miid that Uj
' H quite :i
while, and always gavt thetu
'!. Ok uht that
the n a pa was
due to shuffling of UM U
rv men anil putting Ihem in
i-. . was just
UlUJ square pegs in round
1 thought that their WM
was a commendable one, esiwciol-
;i was known that ihey
S> On pace 14

It
'
mut.lst-H never Would
I he
Mrouid return i. eamn i
'
nt to
IIHKI
I P

(..hmin ol The B.rtdo. T.
mittee of the !-<-f'
and several hours were spent
le Nobrlga
e^ch clauM he t'lil
firm was
both the Housf of As-
//f/ef France dot
Note From t'.S.'s
Warner Brots.
Suffer Great
Loss In Fire
HURJIAKK. faliforni... Mjq IV
Hrndsj mji* and .studio offlciai-
of Warner Brothers probed
tlnouspi lha BliU smouldentiu
I atsjW seres or movw

I moUon pi'tvires in the
wotid. v
Btlrt lain-
caster, Ootxloa. tk Bsi
C hi.in. K.tv llolger.
i others who helped
SBMO MtUS Sl.300,000
:.....
lOlkUtl......Hi th. lire and
ii-m.m iriK on dims that had
been rnstu on lha famous sets.
i 'i. pan along with
, loined sntvskt-
men ami
ploysei to Isbi
' de lheir ulmost to sal-
ige what they coukj f the valu-
PAIIIS. May 17
Report* |. IpmenL>,
.
iiou. Iron, ihc
K
.
The ft, Mlhi.ieri
aporti two days
last nrcnt a
o confirm or
urh a not. had be. u
artini lo reports
lalad in the eomdors ol

la UM
:

i tut rl'igWtK IVutii.t \
VEW VORK. May K
had enough gasolene
- r
vei was cramped by shoruges and

' > rinrit.
hlfh octane gaso-
i ran were
ii restrlc-
Uld li" l.ngei abstain
I
'


that it will
!
>{ .1. m>-
rarm u< n N--*ix Afn. in
the use ot fuel helped
my flights grot,
In New York Trans-world An-

"i
ihe alrlli a edui Mondai
owing to tho -tnke hv phono pj
Patniltum Ade .mi-'r it ion for
i Nstoni a ..'ite. of
bOttt 3IV per
rent bt li con
P.P.

.,i |.le
fly
l'.p.
Ike. kefaurer
Head Primaries
-
\ 'in u thr
,: "taeda'ri oearer agau. I
cm me. t


mist support P.p.
IM;.G'is|.lrge>i'.'
tered their faces if thev ippro., rexas State guardaman
within 100 feet (and Cqrj
Greatest datiger was to jn 80.000 .v.-ri i of
barrel tank of crude oil OCll) "rejpf this. I understand that they
abort distance from the Bai 'r' (have approve*! of a long term
Officials said if it exploded flair;- i. of expansion in Barbados.
crude oil would spread PCTOM
surfaceofthenearbyshiDh..r ,: m spend approximately half
and might engulf the errUn
Some fire lighters were diverre.t
throw ud an earthen dike tr. cat
tain the blaring oil hnulfl the UI
ex olode
The Are already tre.
two month old negro housing d
.n.
sarrounding the blaring oetro;. *ulfed the antin
fire was ordered evacuated . the
for fire (flames from tank to tank *ith we open oi
Streams of water under high( luccesstve explosions.I .r
i me i ngiBiam i
Cli
My isMprreaiiw at the lap
-'mi Ihr BUI ess paired SMp.
thai Mr go Votrl.a SSI Ml!*- >, {\ |(..l^;i [ ;||k>
lied aiUi all of Use rUo>M m
the Bill, and I eould al pre*I <; | IT
aav that the three mmp.ir.i-*
he wpciaenled. iiamrl. |he |
Telephaae (ampin*, ihe r.MT-:.
brip lumrini and Ihr lOM
( ompany would alw h- *aln-
lud. However, to my amase- as urgent I
m~nl, I new fVid that thr Bar- the BG. Governi" I
badbM tl'rtri. supplt torpor-. other Caribbean (.
atkoa base lodcrd a protest apM <.,,. u Ottawa at
In re' possible daU I
v ui troa island the Bar-I* a solution for maint;.
- ipp| CertK>r.tiii 1-ady boat service and to formu-
have p moral obliga'; u'Tm sgrrcment on
... 'i- ^aii" relations,
gauon is to give good service. Tl
that they 1 bat a B G. deleg..
. tor f rom feroms- should comprise <
taUse. a Cham -
..^ ber represent at ;\> and. a represen-
and t-'fore *"' ,v,r 'ToOucer.
.t uu psssel b.' the two Legis-, AssocUtion.
..dies.
The Barbados 1
.'. come under tr
t the UUlhkn Bill but
:
four smaller posters 12x14 inches nre*on
rrf. I ="
debted to I
are to her"" <2
.
have on

141 Wl

Manv Knlries
Mr V '.'
Aown sle thai

received in tl
s times as
many en- ..
division as thev
Poai i \m> Oreaoa May u
Gtgieial aaaanbaawar added
his IM
1 Hitlal Pi man
Klectloi I-. I
trtlon rk i< -
palas
| of the
i .
-
candidates and

. .
not sufl.r
.ui the
: .
jales
Incomj...
from ant

:
Lo l.u outdistance
i
n of Illinois on the
I
RA "IGH-Makon o'Ihe
WORLD'S CHAMPION
CYCLE
dollars dunng thh
>ear.
Ma a number

.tl.press b> l!
Company which star*.
the 10
regret having to announce
It certainly will be a f.
morning pa;
On page 18
ballot. Doug!
figures show how In
this Inttn growing: Junior and who
S> Hi page s ;tt_ v.r.
Trade Union Students
Want More Money
me HifTerence of opinion SI '<> the alli.w-
ances beini; made to them the student /
i : lu gdin I
their day'i schedule on Friday.
Urn -'

Mm Joj Kidem Dit
In Midaajghl Crtuih
hluU
the i-l
wblcb was rua
csrnk u
i .
;:ing in ng(-s
.
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Mac* ----- '
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of troa-word l-u./Ie of ., ., from thft cl!y
- for Finland Fund .i -II'
by the "Advoctle




and rind
I whether
.......i. DM
I
will be granted was not disclosed.
You are on a
WINNER when you ride a Raleigh!
A Raleigh PW DM OBOkJS fat Reg HirrlWorld's
Pi 't'l.m for in; iccood year la
sucxetiiua. Mere i. proof .>t ihe i.J. m of hsiTing
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PACE TWO
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. MAY 18. 1952
, I ^ Two hrHl Oinidi Dry QfeaM *a-
f t mA l> ajkeai -,
bc\enfja tot mi onaaaaataai "Pin-Puii;< I
give* ilu-aa iik .
(hatgi*rMwloiij[ I*-., ik' '*
k.
PASS TO ROMANCE
Mr. *** D
'AXEATER 0C
KUMAON Q'
SIi: ERHOL 1X36 SANTOS
IE Chairman of H W I A .
O'R-nllv. ,( ..rvi
H A uk* C Bl. Di-
fr-m Jamaica by B.W.I.A for
m Prld~> evening afte*
. .t meeting of the Board
f Directors of the company.
They were accompanied by Mr.
M Bereanl. Secretary.
Rai.cher a*d Lumbritnui
M!( and MRS. S A. I'FTON
of t'piand. Cniitonuo who
have Uau .laying at the Ocean
MM (or the IBM three
.veeks will e leaving there 011
Monday for the St. James Coast
where they have taken a house
I'jtith.
Mr Upton -wild thai this is their
to the island arid they
i is m th* ranching and lumber
nuihim in CalMorfUa.
'RovuedeviUc 1962"
W'KEN Crib (Dropped m at
Mas. A. L Stu^.i'v ix^icBut
Sc-nool Last Thursday iiw Stuatn-
a* sfeta bard at work prepar-
n*i Iqs Revutdeville lAw1
vh i | %utea psBca m early Sep-
te.,.aer
Stnce last start show the
pupils have p"wn MMI -" User* are now practftre* ..
mooMj
Paid Short Viatt
MR HARRY SUGG, Area
Manilai of the InternaUou-
il Division of the Ftord Motor
Company >f Detroit. Michigan
and Mr Wallace Evers. the Com-
pany's District Manager arrived
have yesterday morning from
Trinidad by B.W.1A and oa-
'.urneil the ihidc evening.
They were met .it the airport
ov Mr. C S. McKeruae. Managing
Dlrectoi t Mfvm.s McEuearne> a
Co., Ltd.
Mr. Sugg and Mr Ever* are
lalUag late company's agents m
the area.
Christ Church Sport.
T*
Spottr, Lamgue
their Second Ana
11 tday, Maj
23 t the Boys Foundation
School at 1 30 p.m.
The aim of the league la to
-t-.ouraoe sports In the prlmarv
sr'pool* of the pariah. The Prc Jem k> Mr C. A. Warner .in 1
Secretary Mr S. Cheat.
On the -gfTT Cup for cricket will he presented
|aj FroMdence Boys' School.
*hich played unbeaten in III"
. : rru k." -. isi>n
Mrv OffnOeVl Reed, wife of the
- Education, will
Cahib gcdliru)
"HIE Christ Chu.-ch School*
ill >uu|e
Annual Athletic
pre
New Session
N Wednesday and Thursday
mgs the Housecraf.
. Centre was open to appl
' for resl'tration of new classes.
i Although Registration did not
begin until 10 a in. vet there
i were puptb there from 7 o'clock
, in the morning
Thin new session will be for
duration and teachers
inti all the schools and various
ibs in the island will be in
- before qualifying
On Wednesday there were over
260 receipt* and cutset* will
,;M>iaaa aa many as M pupila.
This year sewing and cookery
ore verv much in demand, also
.iWMb and preaerves.
Mbe Ivy Alleyne. Instructress.
says that da tan hope to he gin
May 27
To FurUsei Studies
MISS ERLA LYNCH left the
Mand Oh Thursday last by
JT.C.A for Car ,.da to further he*
education Duing her stay id
Canada, he wi l rtaidr with her
. Aunt Mrs, E Iv-wis.
MUs Lynch i the djIom "f Mr.
I. Carmiohael. Director VL.ual
Aids and Mr. Mat CarmichaeL
Government Anavst
A party was held at lu-r
patents' resident-. Bank Hall
on Tuesday last to a large gather-
ing of friends and family inclu-
ding her Aunt Mrs Elsa Spencer.
Hcadtencher nf St Sila* Girts*
School. St. James. Since her
dopwturo, news has l>een
received of her mtt arrlvnl In
Canada.
Utransit For U. K.
MK AND MRS, R. COLLY-
MORE of England, arrived
here yesterday morning from Brit-
ish Ouaana via Trinidad by
B.W.IA. accompanltd by their
daughter Mrs. C. Bernard whom
they were visiting In B.G.
They are staying at the Ocean
View Hotel until tomorrow when
they UaVrl on the s.s. de Oraear <>n
their way back to the United
Kingdom. Then daughter will be
staying on here for two weeks after
which he returns to British Oul-
Marriad at CathedraJ
VT ST. MICHAEL'S CATIIK-
RAL yesterday a'atro<" i,
MHS Ofaot A. Bihhop. daatdhbU of
Mr. and Mi I* A BiaaSos> of
"Biugen*' HoweuYi Cross R.....I
wan married to Mr. Thoo..
sou of Me and Mr.-. H I
V. :, .
Thg 'inde who wfts |
iii.urmtt by her father *
Jresa of uliy lace with a dost Uttini;
Dd close tieckihaa with
a hiKh rolled voUar; a beaded
voke line and a full skirt endnu:
real a| HWsine.
with ippllgues of chanUiay lace
and touches of baats-of-thi
ii ui place by a
Hat headd md la<
d i cIpaBd pctiie para-
sol dccoralcd with orchid*. All
Hie material for th. bridal COS-
tume was a gift from the U.S.A.
Attending the bride were Mrs.
Dorothy Donovan a.N matron-of-
honour awl the Misses DM i
BMBOP and Doreen Roberts as
bridesmaids They wore graded
shades of maiar, hwtlercup sod
bsoiMl i"'S|>ecti\ily Their dresses
..'H- Of t$ It with full iver-
sUrti Df i ytoaj net. eaughgd
puff sleeves ami close lltling
ml "i the iklrti
egsj i nkkt length while the
back Of each > mled in I short
train, Tbty "^k- bra
, .,
matching each shade of the dregs,
decoratetl with fine flowers and
i'he certrnon* which wu> fully
choral with Mr. Gerald Hudson at
the organ was conducted by Rev
H. St. C. Tudor, assisted by Hie
Very Rev Dean G. V. E Haile-
wood The duties of bestntan
were performed by Mr. Desmond
Johnson, while those of ushers
fell to Meaars Freddie Clarke.
Leonard Banfleld. Austin Hus-
bands ami Winner Dray ton.
A reception was held at
Bingen". the residence of the
bride's parents and the honey-
moon is beipg spent at Powell
Soring Hotel. Bathsheba.
For Wedding
MR J A. PROCOPE. Solicitor
Of Trinidad, arrive.! bag*.
yesterday morning by B.W.I.A. on
a hort visit. He was accompanied
by Mrs Procopc and their son,
m '" I barrister-at-law. They
came over principally to attend
the HeeceBishop wedding which
tot-k place, ai St. Michael's CaUie-
dnJ ><-terday aflernoun and utt
sUying at Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Tu-
dor, of "Edithville." Pine Road.
Also arriving yesterdav from
Trinidad for the welding Was Mr,
Manfred Cal lender of Maun
George F Huggins & Co Ltd. of
San Fernando He ,* staring wuh
Mr and Mrs. Frank Walcoit of
* Hrandon," Black Rock.
For One Week
MK RBOINALD LOPaas, Pr<--
t of Alec Russell &
kin Agents of the
West Indies with headquarters in
BrUtan Ouiana. arrlvad yesterday
moniing by B.W.I.A. from Trini-
dad (m .1 W"l'k\ VIMl 1I)| ItUMIlCJS.
' ring II the Hotel liny.,1
Jeweller From B. G.
MB CECIL iaUUUELL, MaMtr
I lagagvai rrooa
British Guiana, arrived ban !*-
BKaTnlni b> b.w.ia via
Trinidad to join the llrm of Y. da
Lima and Co~ Ltd. He has taken
up temporary residence || the
Y MIA
AtCei.ded Yesterday's
T.C A. Agcnta
MISS KLfcANoK THOMPSON
uf New Yi.sk City an
'.! isais ., Toronto
.ii Barbados .-^ending .,
t olldaa Ttiey arrived by T C A
i v lor one week and ai>-
yBBj ai C-craixuik Hotel. Ftoiu
. na ill h.- going to Trml-
n*nnuda before raturn-
ing to their respective homes
UoUi pas^eagar .^.in farT.( ^
MaH TiKimpson is employed, m
ti , rfaw York Office while Miss
UcManua is attached to Uie Twon-
I nH.ee.
Last year they spent holiday
in Jamaica and had a verv enjoy-
arle stay and thought that they
*ould try Barbados on this oc-
To Be Married
IkflISS STACY EVANS, will be
7. IIWJ.A. via Puerto Rico for the
^'MrPvurG^,.^.
ns came here recently
i-no is staying with her cousin
Mrs. Duncan Chase of "Earle-
ville Harts Gap.
From Puerto Rico
AMONG the passengers arriv-
ing by B.W.I.A. from Puerto
Rico ou Friday was Mr. Victor
W ard. liepresentatlve of the Sing-
er Sewuig Machine Co. In Puerto
Paid Business Visit
l^R J P. ROACH. Managm.
!*. Director of International
Trading Corporation in the West
Indies with head offices in Bar-
bados, returned home yesterday
morning by B.W.I.A. from Trini-
dad after paying a business vi>it.
MK. A, MRS. MARTIN BROWNE
Weddinp at St. Marys Returning To Canada
Oil
Back Again
V|R. and Mr W J. HulcJieon
iT* of Trinidad, are now back
in Barbados for two weeks to
meet some of their old frleno>
again. They arrived yesterday
inorntng by B.W.I.A. and are stav-
Mr. Hutcheon who has been re-
siding In Trinidad for twenty-five
years, a an engineer with the
Trinidad Trading Companv.
FA VO I'RED
FUR
FLAVOUR
AND
MARMALADES
KOO
"ASHTOK'
are making a
Strawberry _____ 55^ per lib. jar
^/Loganberry _____ 4oy per m>. jar
^v Apricot cw.lj _____40^ per 11b. jar
Marmalades ______ 34< per 11b. jar
among buyers the World over!
THIS 8PEC 1AL SHIPMENT AT SPECIAL PRICES
Obtainable From:
' HLONNAlll STORES. VIIIVM tRTIII H slIAKI A SAMPSON.
W A. MEDFORD. JOHNSON & REDMAN, PERKINS & 0.
0 HI I LOO". IMM aaUMSB s -iKini- a ahicim ii ^popuiIar ""
suss OAs ronktit >n boofcad. Prieci o| nvrt 'hiiimeni *>IU l
Why noi call al your Oss Umw-oom*. Oat HUr-i TO-DAY aiw 1 wura ona oi u<- eeosen.
THE mai-riage
St. Mary^a Church on Thura-
day last at p.m, of Mr. Martin
Browne, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Clvde Browne, of Spooners HIU
to Miss Svlvla Rowe. daughtci of
MrN Eldica Rowe of Pasture
Road. Bank Hall.
The bride who was given In'
marriage by her uncle Mr
Adolphu* Ramsay, recently frori
the U.S.A.. wore dress of white
flowered : ..lln. The
neckline was a horse shoe design
trimmed with cone shaped buds
and silver braid. The bodice was
rinse fHtliui with a stiffened rlr-
gusm ...... .iitochment. She
wore a long Haired skirt and
flowing train. The Call was of net
applicnied with satin leaves and
flvor and was kept In place by
I headdress of stephanltes and
silver leaves. She carried a bou-
quet "f pink and white artificial
roses t
Hot Ittondanil were Mis* Cyn-
thia Euwards as Mald-of-Honour
and the Misses Elaine Skeetc and
Phyllis Jordan as bridesmaids.
The Maid-ol-1lon..ui wore a
aoavn of blut with aUvor accts-
portes while the bridesmaids
wore dressed In similar gowns of
aitta red accesaories. The
(lower Rtrl>, Misses Patrici'i
Hold"! and Patricia Bluckman
were aresscd in pink and blue
and oarriM baskets of flowers.
Tlte ceremony was performed
by Rev. K. A B Htl
Mr. Pontiai Callendcr pIsaWM
at the organ. The duties ,.r lies'-
man were performed by We
groom s father Mr. Clyde Browne,
and the honeymoon is being
Graeelyn". Bathaheba
IAMEB STREET
METHODIST CHURCH
Annual (harity l.ilr
aj Haslmgs Rocks
SATURDAY M.y UX
3 pjn 6 pm
Pi.-c.ls in aid 3anH Poo
Distributitm
Vartoas Mllat, Household
Goods, Fancy Work. Teas,
Cakes .tiiil Ices. Games
! Books. Lucky Dlp,s. Joy Rides
fgr children. Child's Fancy
Hi.aa Competition at 4 p.m.
Pulne Band In attendance
by kind permission of the
Commissioner. Col. Mirhelln.
ADMISSION.
Adults 1/
Children a Nurses 6d
20.4.52. In
MR. JOHN LED1NGHAM from
Toronlo, Caaada. aad Inrm-
erlv Chief Cartographer of the
Department of Mines In Ontario Is
now in Barbados for a short visit
prior to returning home on Thurs-
day. He is staying at Cacrabank
Hotel.
Mr. I. duigham who has been m
the West Indies since February .
spent most of his time In Tobago
at the Bticnlet Guest House and in
Trl
id.
On Holiday
SPENDING about two weeks
holiday here are Mrs. M
Johnson and her daughter Eliza-
beth who arrived yesterday bv
H W.I.A.. from Trinidad. They are
itayfeuj with Miss Waite of si
Lawn>nce.
Off To U.K
MR. D. G. LEACOCK Director
of Messrs. S. P. Mussoo.
Son it Co.. Ltd.. and Mr*. Let-
cock left for Trinidad on Friday
by B.W.I.A. intransit for England.
On Caribbean Tour
T EAVING for Jamaica yesterday
morning by B.W.I.A.. was
Mr. T. E. Carle, Overseas Repre-
s* iitative of A. Boakc. Roberts it
Co., Ltd.. who has been touring
the Caribbean since March in the
interest of his Arm. He spent about
tun weeks in Barbados and 0X-
oects to visit some1 of tht other
islands before returning home in
June.
While in Barbados. Mr. Carle
was staying al the Ocean View
Hotel.
1
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y The subjects Include Bnt-
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POLICE AND PIONEERS
GunleningIlinlsI or \malur-
During my cinematic peregrin-
ations last week. I uw four
Mm*, two of which struck mc
ourably as good enter-
tainment. One of thetn is an
English film. THE BLUE LAMP.
pl.iying at Ihe Plata, Bridgetown;
WESTWARD THE
WOMEN -tarled at the Globe
I Jim giving theae
r.lms joint first plat* this week
us they are both worth a visit.
THE BLUE LAMP i* the atory
of lb* daily round of duty of the
..verage London bobby and th*
inside workings of Scotland
Yard when the C.I.D. machin-
ery U art into motion. After the
u--u.il type of "cops and robbers"
UuUMn to weiirh wi have be-
come accustomed, this film U a
welcome relief from all the bal-
lyhoo and fust shooting at thr
average gangster Mm. I dont
mean by theve remark* that it
isn't writing. It invery much
soand the climax is as tense
as anything you could wish to
see, but stolid, good-natured
impeturahiMy of the LOBoOri
and the busine*like
nd quietly methodical ways
of Scotland Yard give a feeling
of supreme confidence under all
circumstances wtik-h. far from
detracting ga gay **> from the
ither iiceentuates it.
Paddington Green Station la
the ona we are concerned with.
;md a quiet place It appears to
i.-. wiiii the usual lost dogs
lad), lifrt children and
uiislreperaus drunks. Its police-
men live like other middle-class
people and cultivate their hob-
bies in off-duty hours, sing in
their glee club imd bandy good-
naturedly with flgch other in
the canteen. Violence seems
almost out of place, until two
youthful criminals break into a
i'"' I Han star* and from there
try their hick with a hold-up
job at a variety theatre. The
involves the cold-
blooded shooting of policeman
.mi' go time or effort Is lost In
catching up with the young
gangsters. The audience see*
the smootti, inside working of
the Yard (incidentally, the pro-
ducer* had the full co-operation
of Scotland Yard throughout the
lilming) and ther, Ig no lack of
action or excitement a* Ihe net
is ri-awn relentlessly on the mur-
derer who tries to shuke the
. with the .rowd
,t Wbisa ciu greyhound races.
Operation Turnstile puts an end
to the chase and the picture
closes as It began, with the bobby
tramping his beat.
The members of the cast are
vWdjally unknown w*th the
possible exception of Jack
Warner but they do a line job
without resorting; to heroics. A
vast majority of the scenes are
shot against authentic local back-
grounds including sequences of
the interior of Scotland Yard. All
of this makes the Aim more in-
teresting and Heightens the
atmosphere. Hats off to the bob-
bies, and may you enjoy their
story as much as I did
WESTWARD THE WOMEN is
an historical drama of American
pioneer days and shows that
women wire anything but the
weaker Kg when 't came to trek-
king across the unknown waste-
land* of America.
The story deals with the whole-
-ale migration of more than a
hundred carefully recruited wo-
men who travel b> wasui-UyUi
from Chicago lo California to
marry pioneer settlers and estab-
lish homes in Whitman Valley.
The women come from all walks
of life and their grim ll
atmn lo achieve their objective
under the harsh leadership of
their hard-bitten guide, is effec-
tively shown.
Trouble starts at the oufestl when
one of the guide's helpers Is shot
for breaking the rule of non-
fraternisation. This causes all but
four of the men to desert, taking
some of the women with them,
UM the rent are left to face the
dangers of the trip on their own.
Learning to shoot, drive mule
(earns and defend themselves
against attacks from hostile In-
dians, tliey forge ahead through
the jagged mountain passes and
over the barren wastelands. There
Is humour and feminine rivalry to
add a light touch, and Hone Emet -
*-*i. as the hefty, good-natured
widow of a sea-captain contributes
a large share of the laughs, (lav -
oured with a salty tang. Dangers
are met at every turn and they
sometimes end in tragedy, as hap-
pened when the rope holding back
one of the waggon- on Its peril-
ous journey down a mountain pass.
suddenly breaks, and the waggon
and its passengers hurtles down the
incline and crashes at the bottom.
N:>i even a stampede of mules and
cattle, skirmishes with Indians or
the death of their leader. Sam
can daunt the gsssfi
and after the dual arduous tres.
through Death Valley, they arrive i
in California,.
It's a rugged story, soundly di-'
reeled, with intermittent suspense
and a few highly dramatic mo-1
menuc The slow progress of the
journey and the lack of
add immeasurably to the realism
of the film.
Acting Is good throughout with
Robert Taylor as the tough and
worn e times brutal guide, gaVing I
first-class performance. Top notch
siippoi t is given by Denlse Darvel
Hope Emerson. Beverly Dennis
Renatl Vanni and Henrv N *ka
mura and John Mclntire to men-
tion only a few of the tremendou.'
cast.
Texas Carnival
Texas 1/ irniva* ,iti
Olobe on Thursday is a techni-
color musical with Esther Williams.
Red Skelton, Keenan Wvnn How
ard Reel and Ann Miller It tell-
the story of an imt>-< un l<
val |i<. -i-i Ssvr '
pass themselves off as a wealthy
Texas oil baron and his g|
luxury hotel, ami the eQrnplica-
tlons that ensue when the real
million.ires arrive
There is a lot of good-natured
spoofing of the well known Texas
pride, as well ax tuneful
snappy dances Evervthlnr Is
larger than life In the !>>ne Stai
state, and there are amusing
touches of light satire
easv-to-take and relaxing anktr
talnment.
I'- VeCBB Mm
Lbs Vegas Story at '
Barbarees. concern* a former
cabaret singer who. on returning to
L.s Vegas with her wenlthv hUB-
IvinH Incomes involve,! m n jewel
lohl. \ .md murder, when she
meets her former sweetheart, now
n cop.
The background 1- the huh gum-
Ming palaces and honky1
fabulous Ijs Vet
nal ttlancl- theme > trlckl d out
with theft, murder. glamorou*
clothes and a liberal spi U
slv implications. The pita
new and Mctttng ktad i
"ivintr a htascopfli
station waggon.
The cast Includes Jane Russell -
,11 of her-Victor Mature. Vincent
Price, and last but by a
I my Cnrmlchnrl
penses his musical composition--
and particular brand of philosophv
In his own Inimitable stvle
TIIK VEGETAB1 i:
6AKDBN
FbM sir,,,
.
high food house-
holder itM \egfe>
able patch a necessary part e*
gj there
B e-.t satisfaction In a .
:
be picket fresh, and at
right n
"i gtflP


.
I
b grown - e.arfill. |

be obse,' ed in <
Laytssg On( The Veer-fable
(iml. n
.
garden II th while



Choose an open m

roots. See to it HUH

v*agaitabsM Restd. rood "PPfc
of water, and U
it If the tups an' Seine

double | .,! break,
sttl things
-
Bin of Mi

aould be

i
the bordering pa
side, wit- i
Should -Iks narrow, mi .-
wasilng I

:
iss path
i out of the beds, eshd v
Preparation ill The llerls

rk deeply, and see to It
I i.ood daalnagr
nod ppi) .if c, i
wire. Fine and
ntll it i
crumbly state
i. lust i hi"
path.
( aagBM lH FniUire
es ,,f if'.
r .nire u> grow good vegetable--
the wii.ng ch'iee of Needs. Il
ay picture.1 se\ ;
hoac ieed suit this
intate. and many of
am colder climates
'

LO H't their W
the i: bnent <
'id Agriculture, when-

thi. io lind out the klndl
.it UUa island.
cause of failure CSU
lo plnntiiuf the seed>
wrong time
't.ihlcs can be mown
year round, but some art
and when these at
' their gsassaB,
failure l- the result. Get the best
suitable seeds at your
dispOgflL
Keeping I'p The Supply
, i ibsfl garden
i.l '.-' ., i
(he yea
> achieved bj
plantinsj the seeds con'
grva i i ix-d '
..
a it. in at le.-:t I
araerta, so thai
:,, futlov
on iiw.
.Id be a!
j a/tth Iri h
Maungti
Bd a lot of trou-

. at faet H soon becsstnai
, 'ercst of the vegelal'l'
garden.
Ihe BgfMtlgritv of JasM WWir sh...s H KoJIt oa
VAil; as well as DKPtNDVHIl 111. ( omforf
mil riylg-TYfsai rerlalnh lhr> are as east-
lilllnt: and ssaart looking as >ou coirid ai-Ji. Bui
their outslaadlng VALUE ** **< men cxatct and
alnats net when Ihe) Insist on shoes made In
John \Miii.. See Iheni for tourself in leading
stores tliniH-hout Barbados.
made by
JOHN WHITE
means made just right J
Farm And Garden
THE GITAVA
Have w ever thought seriously of Ihe commercial possi-
bilities of this common fruit? Perhaps we might have given
it more attention had we realized the (treat nutritive quali-
ties latent in the Ruava. The boosting; of citrus in recent
ydtn has no doubt helped to keep other equally valuable
fruits in the background.
The guava is one of these and
ui U iiruwa utmost anywhere
good land, poor land, waste
land, marginal arena, so long as
it can get a toe hold so to speak.
Most of the old houses In this
island carried a tire or two In
their small orchards and ft was
Often regarded as a weed In
cow pastures. Even to-day in
tne West Indies it is generally
'rui* that ihe chief sources of
supply for preserve makers are
the spontaneous growths of
vend -abandoned and similar un-
used areas not considered good
enough for ordinary crops.
But now. research workers In
South Africa and Brazil tell us
thut the guava ranks very high
in ascorbic arid, is a good
-iiiiit of vitamin C and of
thiumlne and rlboflavin. In the
* inumstnnces. the guava Is
worthy of a place of honour In
any orchard or garden. At the
present time, guava products
ate Iwing imported into the
island from South Africa and
there Is good deal of guava
jellv and preserves coming in
from Tobago and Jamaica.
Investigations have also shown
that guavas can be dehydrated
successfully and that the dried
product r-xonstitutes well, com-
paring favourably with dri.d
I'Upl-Mk psora and apricot* lo
which we have long been accus-
tomed.
The guava belongs to the
myrtle family and. as rioted
previously, thrives un almost
any type of land. There Is con-
siderable variation in stie, col-
our, texture and flavour. The
larger sorts are usually sweet
and spicy and appreciated as
desswrt fruits. They are mostly
round In shape, though there
are pear-shaped varieties. Two
species known as current and
strawberry euavas bearing
small reddish fruits also occur,
but arc not common. The more
acid types of the ordinary guava
are preferable for jellies and,*
in general, such trees are usu-
ally the best yteldcrs. It is on
this question of yield ahat reli-
able Information has been lack-
ing. However, as a result of a
growing interest In preserve
making In ono territory with
which we were intimately con-
nected, a special effort was
made to get such information.
Accordingly, six of the com-
monest types were collected
and seed rtown In a nursery
Sixteen seedlings from each o*
the six trees were set out In
Pe*lSBSM*fM*aMlCsM' ""
Ay IMfdM 1
Held for comparative study, No
manure was given and only
rough weeding practised The
trees begun to fruit In two
years. The yields of Individual
trees varied consldernbly In
one group, two of the beat .
trees yielded at the rate of j
19.514 lb. per acre: u |
group, the two best gave yields
at the rate of 16.531* ll> per < re.
The total over-all ngutos foi
the four best groups varied from
9.235 lb. to 11.121 lb. per .a re
These figures seem to show,
among other things, DuU with
lilUe attention. It should he
quite possible to get a yield of
10,000 lb. per acre |*T annum
from mature trees from a trKl
Eiirent Plnntini: OMane*: H ft.
* 14 ft Kven at One
pound, this would be remunera-
tive where little or BO MM I
involved.
In conclusion, the question
which we must ask ourselves
appears to be: are we going full
throttle in some of these smaller
possibilities or seemingly deriv-
ing greater gsjttafactlon by long-
tng for the more elu-i I
After all. we may not f-vl bsjtfuj
about buying commodities from
our neighbours which. with
greater effort, we might produce
ourselves but. in the ea-e of
distant South Africa to which
country we gave the tree (the
guava Is a native of uvptcal
America 1. we are not only bay-
ing t*e fruit thereof but also
the sugar in which It is pre-
served!
ITCHING
INFLAMED
SKIN
!
This picture is telunp, you a storytelling you
of Lumber and Shingles and Cement; of
iVmcnt Sheets, Galvanized Roofing
and Ceiling Boards. Above allwhere they
are stocked for you to see and buy!
BARBADOS CO-OP
i O TTOX FA VTOR Y L TD.
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19th 21st
WZBNMSDA
11 DAYS
.<* SALE
fmiif tiinl See fur Yiturst'lf I ml 'f'f^Sjgajc
The m,,.s, IMH I Alt BlAIU-AIV??
:\ HAYS
S SALE
- Ytmrsftf
Ever Offered
##r* art' stum- of tlif .Muity Barfjiiins in Storv tor You
tit .Sfiistiiiitniil l.tttv /'iiVi'v
brgasuand.
rtnp. Irro fenSBSB|
less dkerkrd
f ISSB stiff-ffo In r
das 0-e> a Beduag mow wan M flr-
rsea D OD Prewrlptkai Tabasanm
ltqol halM *m pertriisH sM to- ,.-
sMa rsuaai, awast tea swa-df gsrmi %tA
dd -ui th* lofeeboo ThsM*ei foeai o>
ftJa iraubk ii ffinf ^*i pi" aaitmrrm
- ECZEMA. PSORIASIS. SOILS
BULK r IONS. PRICK t.T HEAT.
MALARIA SOItFSorRlNOVORM
rast few ajspbosdoat af ssasaarrat
DAD fttaulpuoB HD ghsi amm
reStf Psrsmre. sad Bit gaed rent"
411 M lansagl ODD PrtacrlgnOB i>
abattnabls horn cbeaUtn aad -on.
cvtrraterc
OMrr.SiM'r:
F.S.Armitrong Ltd Bridgstewr
^PRESCRIPTION
TO-MYS HBWS fLAMI
No mare need for drawlng
ptns or lack* U post ap no
lleea. Have lime, money and
tore linirrs by mini
TACKER !W,\( IIIM
raaVftotrs statiovfrv
Cleaang eat sale af
FLOrviRUi OldaM
c doers.
JOIIVxiV II \K1)\\ \i;i
1000 LADIES HANDBAGS PLASTIC HEAD TIES BABY PLASTIC PANTIES
2 for $1.00 3 for $1.00 2 prs. for $1.00
500 CHILDREN'S HANDBAGS ART SILK STOCKINGS PRETTY HEAD SCARVES
2 for $1.00 2pr$. for $1.00 2 for $1.00 DAMASK NAPKINS
PLASTIC WALLETS $1.00 each BRASSIERES 2 for $1.00 3 lor $1.00 TOWELLING FACE CLOTHS
LADIES PLASTIC BELTS 2 for $1.00 LADIES PANTIES $1.00 perpr. 5 for $1.00 JERSEY SUPS
LADIES STRAW HATS ANKLE SOCKS 2 for $3.00
$1.00 each 3 prs. for $1.00 SKIRTS 2 for $5.00
PLASTIC POWDER BOWLS CHILDREN S A/SILK PANTIES
2 for $1.00 3 prs for $1.00 LADIES PULLOVERS (Wool) 2 for $3.00
RUBBER BATH CAPS INFANTS VESTS
2 for $1.00 3 for $1.00 LADIES BLOUSES 2 for $5.00
PLASTIC APRONS PLASTIC CRIB SHEETS LADIES COTTON
2 for $1.00 36 x 36 $1.00 HOUSECOATS $5.00 each
mi v.omits muss mioppi
HMO UK SI III I I.
J


PACE FOl
SrNIUY Al>VOCATF.
etr
MOID
WEAR R
OBTAINAGLE FROU All LEA' NC STORES LOCAL AOEMTS: JWPOTTEr
mflDE BY VERO EEVER1TT LTD! RTHER5T0nE.EnDLRnO'
Brylcreem
keeps your hair right in
the picture " ,otuo* hair- u
*^ lor handsome,
hcahhy halt u.c BrykMB I Itrylcrwm make* your appearance
smart one wherever you. t> Mamaac your
s ilp with Brylci.vr.i u- pure olb and
i...'.
Br>'lcrecm cuolioli Ih:
because the oik in > ;
Thai meant titan gn-rui.ig. 1
tailing hair health. Alk foi '
* thepcrkxi luir.l- log,
PON DAV.LONC SMARTNESS AND LASTING "> [
HAIR HEALTH BRYlCREfcM YOUR HAIR "
/0*v, /tv, canqo rh /or*
INNER
CLEANLINESS
There's an ci-v anjj to at-hic\c
the titnc-is you admire an nnuli in
other*. Jum mukc-uiiMH
OmoHdm by Biting tadmnl
Sparkling Andrews ,Ii-pcK ilag-
gishness, hclpv you not onlv lOW/Qft
well, but to enjoy your!
full. Andrew* at e> b] G
mouth and tongue, settling the
Moraach and toning up (he liver.
Finally, Andrews gently clean the
bowels.
For a fizzy ", refreshing drink,
use one teaspoonf;;! oj .V.
a glass of water.
DO YOU KNOW tthv \ur h. orrynWt
out-of-order ? Gout given off by fermenting food mutes an
absorbed by the blood-nream and
cause headaches, irritability and fal il ... Andrews keeps
your system free from harmful
much smprovtd, thanks M-lnnt: |
DB'NK
ANDREW
for \NNR
"cleanliness
CAHLTOIS WIN K.O. CUP
Welcome9 to GirU Intemchool Union
lly It. & H>ITI\
pAI a Raroadoa Friend-
*-* ly A two goals to love
ila of theKnock, it Ktn>
'.ii fixture rang :
football season.
' mi finale go
i that the occasion was
for the Barbados Friendly Football '
' tli.it inhesion
in their movement*
- lined in thrir semi-final fixture with
CONSERVATIVE
ON the other I flayed a conservative game
throughout. Willing to trust to a d. fending rule until
their opponents provided an opening in their df/M.
This paid dividends and the two goals which they scored
< iffbmr In which
1 r \ -
I tgn ..I SecTO-
trophies at the close of the game, that
the first goal scored by Carlton was a copy-book one. Lucas
drew the B.F.F.A. defence ami gave
ugh" pass down the right wing. The Utter
cut in and scored beautifully into the sun us will, giving the
in save one that entered the "V" at
the rig)
Car:' i seasons of near misses Is a deserv-
ing one and alt) 'treats strangely with the fad
D league
llow toll

it is n had not expert-
Ihia season by finding positions for men rather than
OnialMd higher in the
Cup Urn
(. oM.ltAH I.ATIONS
C< .NORATUI r too, team f
that has its origin In the Monday Football
. Division competition
..II
I on the feat that |
in carrying oft* the chamijumship
ol both Ihi *ll season ;
and I nuist gh liege all credit for having won

Although than llimiiUlaiMOl such as ,
afternoon be- .
fore aii'i i School yel
by ix go K''' uaatoo with :
i >. .. UM wind was blowing in this
'.'ion.
si'\in.\vM l
SPARTAN I '' ol the semi-finals |
A'.c-utinn team. It
i conflicting emotion- BO have foljowed
I watched this game.
;:-.trbadns Friendly Foot-
ball Asocintl<' "'c most part of mem-
dnflon for the first time, con-
fident i,r, on the other hand there was
Spartan, Winners ol tin- BAF.A. and Knockout competitions
tot th, i i yearn, floundering in a sea or
unco-ordinated and BptnuOM I
One must give the Barbados Friendly Football Association
xonartla the
.,. nunj - ol iU-Umax,
A BLESSING
TUSgdi LondWO. prove [
a year must start early
anil build a team, giving the younger players a chance to
. who turned out in this
rurtura would b< ttw Brtl to agm v|111 nic 'bat they have
In the other soml-llnal game. Empire were "knocked out"
liv Cartton. Wnn tle Kmptra team ,ns1dcrably weakened
by the absence of players like Praylon. Taylor, Harper. Sym-
ii Kuexl account of themselves.
inadO a good game of it and at one stage of I
the game pressed the Curlton datanCf to the limit for a full
quarter ot un hour. .
EXCELLENT CABtE
IVAN SMITH Uanl gaBH at eenlre-hulf and I
g there as he has been givin J
: was his usual indefatigable self and M too helped
rous attacks by the Carlton forwards
1 wai U1 ini,c,n
lob helueeii the bars. HO
.ihslituto and his
nUdpaUi ol UM I.....WOW up to commendable
rtrtl Uivist<-n rtandard.
IIAKI) WIIKK
CAItl-TON oi. woffcod bard and secured the
slight due on Um game that was all thai was necessary
r Thcit^ a rafraanlng rridanea of high team spirit and
i touring of.the Cartton approach
They excel in the short passing game an.l when once they
had gynchronlsed theli efforts along this One, tne> were ooa
tu watch Reynold Hulchlnaon produced tushes of his te
form Lucas wag sound as usual and King in goal gave a very
"SJ-JSTS, rlh. w.n >nd -Bo.,!" W.Ui. ..in-
brcn populnrly concodea u, mcir i>rtl
' (IKI.S AND ATIII.KTICS
I MOST tXltnd ,. W.I. oiuo I.. Hi.. Mwlj I .nn.-.l QiiUInur-
..,1 in.ir ilrn
II... full trill- ..I ...iw I '' "hlch. "
'., .'. i ... i ,.. IntinUon l Um .portion ;"-
mi lli.il lup.....I nttulM lik. Ihb to lvc lhi inmn-alion
iii martini S&m Ihrfi mov i ,_..
Mhl.. Union lhat nUtl onb lo b..y. but 1 defy uny
.i.lu.ll On KH'.'I.T SIM 10 ..II lornu ot sport. A, injttoi
,...! nil """ WSiS'S
, .i.joy every lucilily tm
,..,,,:,-...... lW il.,-" Ulll OO '.ir,-.-ly b.
, .a,, .1 doublful lnv,
.,,,,.! 11,,- C.nU li.trr-
B .....I A-.l.l'.. I SSSStanS!
',^7' ,mn
.K,,. u ii< throwing the Javelin or putting
the shot. ^^
Carlton Defeat
B.F.F.A. Two-Mi
CARLTON, Lhe Kirsl DsVWoa toottMU tooun which lin-
bjhad this Season at the fool of lhe table, n
reputation by carrying ull the Association's Knock-out
trophy when they beat the B.K.F.A. Warn two-nil More a
large crowd at Kensington Oval yesterday evening.
It was the first time in lhe histoi > i narJos
Friendly Football Association that they reached the tinals
in a Knock Out Competition, and although beaten, they
were not completely outplayed, and then wci>
they showed flashes of brilliance. Their main draw backs
were the lack of a left winger,_and lack of finish i
forward thrusts.
HrcIIitl35
In 1st Innings
BAMKMM 7iA/;s /
trtte 7 ri"sh
Both teams weni on the field
on an even bet, and the \\\ F.A.
aupporters loudly
KlYlltiiit fill 1 *-fla ***** nn on to ,hc ,ifld' l
l-illllillt 1111 lOtJ play their gift big match.
It was they who touched off
towards the northern goal, but
HKkfl took over and bore
down the iUld. lo DO Ml
II a TQ their thruM wln-n the o |
wUauV
fTaidiv H F.F.A, also got into their
stride. rmpimiFii tt -. [
" ori Currpoiwlnn which the Carltnu defender .
ANTIGUA. May 17. llllctceptcd
Th,- llrst three-day Tc-rt match --.,| i
tfssisjrw jwatta: .....<
von the toss and elected to but > ,'.' f ""k "'"
on a slow wk-ket and Taylur f *"" ,'e'"'.'
opened with Anthoyiuon attack- SHEAS
n from the payilicn end. The ** '
Orst wicket fell at 1.00 p.m. when ...iff" ".** ,h" vor5lu' "
Taylor ... bowled by Anthony- <"'"in the 1;r Ion game, and
l.ket for ID run,, llunte went th(,|r ..p^,,,,., 0, :
about five minutes, bul
law h TJt a in
on to top score with
- Do-pelza was struck
o?"K;
ttullaatlc crowd including Gov-
ernor Blackburne were present
al the opening day tit the sit!
The icoresr
iMi-iRr s na*T inninoh
Taylur ii ^I'honvxm
Hunlp b Walcoll
Allavn* c Michart b Anlhonxon
n-i^i/ r Core b Millhrw .
.t lirrwi I. Anlhonyuin
r wkl trvprr h Wlci|ll
Nnrrlll < Gonulvrt b Matthew .
Itrayton e Cl.rl.tlan b Walrr.li ..
H ulrlrr r M.rha.l b Walcoll
Harhcr r Kt krn*< b Anthonydin
K...I
K.lr.
^NTH.CAS rlRST INVIVdS
'.
H ,.1:1.:
^t Barkr.
; -t. i.
r Mallhpi b ILaihr-r
ii TtfcM ., not out
<- ra t..,i gxlrai
Total Barbados Friendly ,;,;;':
teams at th,- m.! of :.hc si'rie
Oka
Itifle Shooting
Club a spoon shoot was held ...
Wednesday night, when Capt. 1.
tar Carlt Yet the 11.F K A emaiiied in
The folio
corded:
ring are the scores re-
in''
Capt. J. R. Jordan ..
B.S.M. Marshall____
Mr. L. W. Hum
ed Carlton attack.
T w 0 i.|>!'" "
allow t-d to |v by the
B y v a .
i good pa-sea whu h he
kicke i .
aion Kin>c. the Carlton custodian
thwarted their offortg whan he
saved ma ne dived
anfl took the
tip of an attacking forward..The
game had now moved Into the
Carlton area, and Lucas- was
.^ futiiii. ..niy For shorl whlat
----- however. ^^ go back and
" strengthen the o> P
But this advantage was n 4 to
i lag*. long for the IM'F A
* Carlton forwards soon went back
3 Into tho attack, and receiving a
4 good through pass, Warren cut
1 in Ott" the right wing and beat
7 Um II. F.F.A. .custodian with a well
placed shot right up Into* I i
Not Daunted
The youngsters were not
inted, and they launched attack
attack on the Carlton
.-* lit km their efforts were ft.
I' OQIIMUI .VsSOflUllOIl ,no interval found Carlton OM up
When pla> i
By defeating Hurkllffe two ton vent straight Into tn>
goals to one. Westerners emerged and succeeded in disni|.:
this season'* Challenge Cup win- B.F.F.A., defence. The backs in
:u exuberance kicked, without thnik-
^ollov;'V? ". the poaiUonn of |n|( ,PI| whrn Ihry ly miskick, their dl
p, bod. Williams ond Lucas, i
s larly along with the two Hutchin-
I move,
and on several occasions the
i. I'I'.A.. custodian was called
upon to save grounders from these
forwards Lucas and Willmms
tried long shots, but Utosa thai
were not saved, went wide or
over lhe cross bar.
And then it appeared as if
B.F.F.A.. WOUld |
An indin-et free kiik was awarded
T.1..1 P W
nan S I
I'l N1.-I- 5 )
Ranan* S 3
Malvvni 4 1
llarKhflr 4 1
Advocate J 0
This week's Knock-Out fixtures
;ire:
". utli Pen .-I. \
ttarkllffa.
Referee : Mr. T. Maynard.
Tuesday. May 20th; Rangers vs
WesterniTS.
Referee: Mr. O, Graham.
Wednesday. May 21st: Malvern them, but it was kicked over the
vs. Winners of IVnrodc vs. Hark-
lUTo match.
Referee: Mr. .'. Archer.
Frida>. May 23rd: Knockout
Finals.
Referee Mr ('. fii
All above matches will be play-
ed at Shell grounds.
bar in the player's effort to
put it into the right corner of the
nata
They wan UylDg tO net the
one which would put them level
and put them Within reach of tho
coveted B.A.F.A. Knock-out Cup.
Tho Carlton defence time and
again negatived their efforts, and
then. unexi>cctedly. for Carlton
were looking tire d team,
Reynold Hutehinson received a
contra fra Ihi itghl wing, and
4*.- m> .._ .. >b i.i taking the ball out of the coal-
R. Jordan" rarrted offuie Spoon ,hF ^">e They radoubh
^m .,r 09.40 aBoata but Ke.medy and .
the (arlton I R i-eid Iham at
li.y up to the final whistle. Carlton
thus won tho game by two goals
1I.P..S. to nil.
190 The team.- were:
90 40 B.F.F.A Pindar, Hayes, Denny,
./.'. 98.W Forde. Norville. M.-Colliii. Y- -
..... 98. IS wood. Thorne, Harris, Maughan,
Mr. P. A. D. Johnson ...... 97.90 Llnton.
Mr. T. A. L. Roberta......97.85 Carlton: King. Kennd
Mr. M. G. Tucker........ 97.75 Marshall. (' I a I rmonte, Cx, I!.
Major A. S. Warren ,..... 97.09 Hutehinson. I H. Wii.i
Mr. H. O. Browne !I7 r.tl Hutehu
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IMT\CIPLES <;OVERNING
CLASSIFICATION
As J)ixvu8s readers for a short while. ,
' God", as Ui | old say, I shall i
while 1 shall endeavour to five readers my impressions of some
:s I see over U i.time shall be elvina
. ndenf i would no*
to rou,
i
i
in Barbados. Trinidad and '
r much
comment and err lh only Club Ijold enough to
actually sot out in black and white a set of principles for
clabsiIllation U lhe Trinidad Turf Club. In ever}* race pro*
gramme that is now pul)lr-h<"ii in that colony will be found a
set of 12 art! at under the heading "]'
ernine. Classif1cHii"ii."
.Unfi.rtunalely of ail these articles there is only one which
might accurately !< tanned a principle". This is the first
: lUows: ''Except where hereinafter staled ol)
all be classified on their public form." Aftei U
remainine II arti
rale- of the Trinidad '
Itii-fCluL. Iten : hnrncs must be
elasiiticd when WSt Indies where
Jamaican -reoies ,-B.i b<- cl.i>slflod when they also bea*
in Tnnidad and wher( half-bred horses sired and foaled In tho
h.. i-:. . i.
and all
d to their whims and fancies.
ist such as till* Which calls for lhe "print Iplc
and as far as I i u> io |udye there
Md lack of principu m euuwtflcaUon as it Is done to-day.
liricily I .shall try to set out what the best principles would
iplnioa. if I happened lo be making rules for i
cation. It will i Battle lo say whether he agrees
with me or not. I shall deal mainly with the classification of
ree of any age could be skipped from class F
B race meeliii,;." 1 call MO ODM people
thought of anothei ce i like Seawall or Maid
of Honour. Slop shivering. One of the aims of the entire lot
of Turf Clubs in this area is to encourage the breeding of creole
I
< and ,i half uiasscs at a
Mease i "member that the biggest jump an imported
horses can make i from C2 to A. This would iheict.
thul importeds would only be aflrclcl by half a class. But il
. '.u \\2
No 1 e year old creole could be promoted more
, whole class nt a ttfM
tea classified D or D2 could be moved into an
imported class until it had won three or more races either in D
or any class above."
Both the last condition and the one before It will probably
bring a host of possibilities to the minds of racing men. There
which I could think of, but for want
of space I have listed only the most Important. "Well. BeV
what do you think about It? Perhaps you can add a few of
'i as well
"You might also give your views on another pel subject of
mine which, I think, would fit in nicely with the rules proposed
above. It is this: "No weight allowances should be attached to
..-ion."
My good friend. Bookie, bat bea n kind enough to introduce
alnloatly as possible t'l the reader! of Ins column, by
writing half of my first one himself. To offset this, however, he
has plunged me. right at the beginning, into the controversial
i classification. To his credit, he has let me have the
last word, or rather, the last opinion. So here goes:
Lai ma begin with the eacelloni prlnclpla which Trinidad
places first upon the listthat horses should be classified on
their public nm This, in my opinion, is fundamental. Oe-
. i i <-iiig ex-
plained along the lines thai tlu i fool that the horse
hi. did not give Its true running, and hence allow it
to occupy a class lo which, on it;, public form, it has no right.
Such actions cm. provided lhat the Stew-
ards have taken nn exception lo the animal's performance, and
bj inly in minil.
Passing now to Bookie's proposals. If he will forgive me
for "vlng o.
Proposal No. 2. "No horsf should skip mure than one and
reell) be No, i. since, were it
adopted, it wau|d be Impossible f > bOTM of nny age to
.1 from Class F to Class C2 after racing at one race
Like Bookie. I am burning with Indignation at the
ling creoles have received, bul I
am against special legislation wherever it can be avoided. With
I- : that proposal No. 2 strikes me as a pec-
ire, at which no sensible
bouU cavil. >
i appeal to me, as they clearly do also
to Bookie, to hove in them, the seeds of controversy. I, person-
ally, should like to see enough races for three yeas, old creoles
framed to make it possible for them to run without applying
for class. ut, if the breeding industry Is not yet
olOa to insure such races
filling then. 1 WOUld lend lo lupport Bookie's suggestion in
their not being promoi.it mon than single class per
HI >'' >sc who can remember
neagle, Jetsam. Seawall) etc., let them
U' fad. that, in the days when
raced, the imported classes were
below their normal and present strength. If
all good cr-olcs were not automatically rushed Into C and
itatanding newcomers, promoted gradually, as
: !imi, in n and E to the betteruiin:
ily. Then, with horses surh as Bright
'. in D for a reasonable period. It would lake a really
ilp lo be able to capitalize on only being moved to E.
Ming up in F. And, if such a horse should manage
to make a killing in E Ihcn, more power to It, I say. Like
Ituokn.. I am in favour of encouraging the good creole-.
Proposal No. 4, however. Is One that I cannot support,
Una Bookie's motives In putting it forward. It
. the others, to protect good Creoles, but it is
open to abuse, where they are not. Thus, if this rule applied.
it would be possible for the owners of another Jetsam to win a
good race nt Arima In August. Another, in Barbados in No-
vember, and then be certain, no matter by what margin he had
outclassed his fields, that he would still bo in class D for Xmas.
where, weri he indeed another Jetsam. 3 or 4 races would be
at his mercy. I (eel that, with pro]*osals 2 and 3 on the statute
book, sufllcient protection would have been afforded; but that
i .nl. .ui opinion, and it would be interesting to hear the views
. | on this project.
And. in conclusion, let me wish Bookie a pleasant trip, and
a safe, and speedy return;"Please God".
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S0N1MY. MAY 18. l5l
MVI1 \Y \l>\ r ( T|
I' \'.l I IM
Big Intercolonial
Sporln tftel
For Whit-Monduy
B CALVIN A1XETNE
Y fln- all this fever ot ex-
tiwinent over the coming Inler-
rolonUl Cycle and Athletic Sports
Meet isn't altogether surprising, for
Trinidad H showering their beat
in IN- cycling field upon us and
I niiiMon sp.liiter George
l> Not only thai, from
Table Tennis During The Week
De.
fcimiiic 'lie
frequent visitoi UndM\ Gordon
and another outstanding cyclist,
Walter Liddell.
Then, too, Grenada', William
GlHens. Mar athlete of the recent
Wiodwtrd Islands Inter-school
tournament, will be competii.it a',
the meet And to crown it ill, we
will be seeing Ken Farnum on his
last public appearance before he
goes to Finland. So the ineei will
be bix ..nd competition keen and
a pal of Farnum might say. "Very
keen, Farnum old chap!*
From Trinidad there will be
Vernon "Iron Man" Belille. Mat-
theiu and a contingent ot other
cyclists from the All Star Sports
Club, comprising of "A" and "B"
Class cyclist*. The athlete* in-
clude Agostim who with G
ada QWn is expected to make
a snowing against Innlss. Lodge
and the Inter-school sprinter <>(
last year.
Local cyclist* of class are Ken
rarnum, Lisle Carmichael, John
Skinner. Mike Tucker, in the In-
termediate Division George HU1.
D. Grant, Len Hoad, while Carter,
Mc Leod and Smart will carry
all before them in th<
events.
Then in the ..thistle livid there
U the man of stamina, Hunte.
Blenman arid Archer from the
Police Force, lnnisa, just from
Lodge School, Uoyd of f
who set up a record in the 880
yards at the last Intcr-schoo)
sports, and A. A. Tawm" Clarke,
the shaggy middle distance run-
The thing that is making it all
the more interesting, too, Is that
i-very body is training very hard.
At all sorts of times you can see
the cyclists about the country, low
over the handle ban, riding for
all they are worth -all this in the
way of building up their en-
durance. The athletes are also
putting In training. Take a visit
to Kensliucton, Combenneie, Col-
lege, the Garrison or the sea and
you'll be sure to see them some-
time or other at it. Hunte who has
been keeping check of his times
has returned 50 seconds In the
440 yards. 1 have heard, and I
Think that Is not bad going at all.
The novelty of this meet is
that It begins on the Saturday
31st, which precedes the bank-
holiday instead of the bank holi-
day and it continues on Whit Mon-
day. Besides, this is the last oc-
casion on which our lone Helsinki
representative will be seen in
action against cyclists of the
calibre of Belille. Mattheiu, Lid-
dell and Gordon.
Included In the prog:
the sports meet will be a 80 yards
dash.
This distance has been made in
order to stimulate interest among
the sprinters. It Is furtnei
templated that the Associati
will include 1,000 metre whi
is a regular Olympic evei
No pains are being spared
heighten novelty and interest
this meet.
It Is also proposed t
pool on the game to boost the
'Farnum to Finland Fund."
A very exciting match n
played at the Y.M.C.A Naval Hall
on Thursday night when Pelican
met Y M.C.A.. In their return
match of the Men's Inter-Club
League tournament. The tennis
way; of a very high standard and
some of the be--, witnessed one*
Trinidaa
Pelican. by K I Lnf
risjhl victory, i'*ve consolidated
.i.t'ii al the head of this
Division. This team is upresented
on thre,. of the island's best and
mite, possibly has thr open
(hampion In its line up.
Y.M.C.A.. although unable to
win a set. did not go down before
putting up .i brilliant fight. Joe
Hood especial!v we an exhibi-
tion of patience But his patience
was not sufficient to beat Lit,, ..H
Worrell who also made US*, of an
attractive flick
Frank Willoughby caused
Johnnie Rvnoe to "throw in the
row.'l." In the final game of their
*et. Willoughby wax leading bv
14 points Bynoc declared hi,
i It beaten.
Pelican M Car hgvsj played ban
matches anu have '.1 points. Their
nearest rlvala are Everton with
57 points in nine matches.
with 51 pc.
matchr .-nd R"
In Mb n.
The roajoritv of the game*
pliyed last week were in Division
II The matcheii of th<* Inter-Club

played very evening-
Adelphi. which is already a'
the top in thip Div.i.
two victories. The Garrison team
defeated Advocate eightone nnd
Bnma ninenil.
The only player to win oi tr-.i-
Aitvocate team was George King
of the Ji
Krig. 1 .
pl.iying tennis for a few | >
is a left ha ruler and has a hard
EtVSjBSUtd IsBMB Hi- gtMuM ^i
far in the Open Champi<>u*h:i>
foi the B" Class.
played thi* week wlth-
I
-.led down t^ &
i i

As 1 predict,.; >i Sui
' *,'
meet m i , * la.. ,v
i Knock ("Hi'
tion. On i
feate-l Adelplii Ud <,>'ieens >*ol-
lege he.,i Y W P C
The II i
Dolores > -

Chandler and iv-
rlngtori Cnrnngton pi |
.... -j.


igtit back

tMsasji !
bar Deane
i
n H >warri
ntf Belt*
(". rrlngii'Ti
ai i Dolon H
mufh fnr the II
l
beautifully but then
lack aggrressive tactics caused
Miem the tart.
| used her good
.-.ins sense to WMl
- was
-

two *.."" .. rton Man-
i
thai p| |
/li" can eoncsn-

By the tim# the games 11
ie had lei nearly
-Mit to fall Oh the floor

Ann Hoad and
Ing game
U .i gU< lit.' Wotxi
. Wil.ianu.
Bjfhl next the
I -.er-Club Knock-Ou'
HI I n The Un-
it Knock Chit will be played
tune 6-
WIN $40.00
litre ia a simple (row Word pusilr which tag! help you b>
win $10.00 fur only one .hllliiiR. Al the vinr lime you MI
he dnlns >oar bit to help send Barbados' sole Olympic hope te.
llrNlnki net July Fnter now and Irv your skill
KtLFS
1 The first correct solution opened hv the Fdltor will win
Ihe prise.
I In the event of there helnc no correct notation thr one
ii .miiu- thr least errwm wklrli I. opened flmt h the
I .lit.,, will win Ihe prise
MAY 18 NO. 224
The Topic
of
Last Week
What
Brian
found
out
Where
v>,i
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PAGfc SIX
SUNDAY AD\0* \ H
si NDAY, MAY is. Ift&l
77;r fV.THfy
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ex.*.'"''' dWiynf Mmmwi
fc af JU>.W.... tpawkling taUm
wad, a/"* a-adl . dra
H {amh'ki, voiles.
nay un.lwffj through
are die hi-rly dtp Ferguson
m 'huiif
i
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sant/atrion ai'W.-Jor At uiatmal unllhe trptsfra4
ten an At sehregf.
EABDOMM
TIPS
TEA
NEWS for WOMEN
SECRETARIES
Are they as good as
they used to be?
IS the secretary <.f to-day as efficient, as loyal, as sclflci,.*
as thr Moratory ol ton, fifMan, twant] raan
Th.'n she wa not only
loyal, competent, and worked
long hours, but she was
valet, messenger, friend of
the family as well. And she
learned with crcat effort, and
was proud to haw learned,
as much abDUt the business
as the boss, himself.
modern Mvrt.ary who
fulfils these requirements U. I
ani told, a very rare jewel.
Here are typical cn.,i
'TOO mi in snr.Uri" are
rlorh-watcher*, who resent
wing -u--,t u> work late.'
"They treat their ,: a*
>omr thing; lhal rrovldn.
MM until iiir opportunity
to mirry conw* alone "
'Hf nwraiK, u bad."
'lie cannot keep a secret "
"Baa regards her own affair*
a im.re Important than m
avataoV1
A Mercurial agency told me;
"A secretary nowadays does not
mud u-horu she (els down. Bosses
ere to fed up they uk for a good
horthund typist, hoping that at
east u'c'II produce somrbodv who
an type."
What does bom require of
s,r GraJtam t'un-
ninaham. Um auMy-glaai king.
ire. Clarke,
ti'JV aued 17 years of
.. Q>r\i. I
to them bul >"U
renti a bit difficult to
i fir iiour
-;.H'/..
MY dear boy you an? rather
1: > approaoY and such
ime d nl you think It
1 Miad of you u>
-
!' I..i U .iuout it.
nk that your
mg that

You |
Mrs. Clarke's Column

lack
-.e thing-* quiet:
think of you much; be
con..derate and you
1 1.
po) ulan beg
(Iris will consider your approach
/ icai In lOM with my boy-
n il hare a d niu'ifcr for httn.
Ill- u married note, bul trou'd
slHI like me to continue ot.r
ri.-iidfhip. 1 do not I'ttdid >
do that and / am all confuted.
Or* course, my dear, you can-
; ssiMy continue your
fiicndship wr.1. thi. boy now he
is married. It could cause much
trouble ior all of you. A pity
indeed that you had this child
lor him. as It do-a rather leave
a lot of responsibility on you.
Still, what is done 1* done.
1 strongly advise you. my dear
t i y ;md fi-TRCt about
this man. and endeavour to
make your own life without
thought of the past. That is all
.iiid done with now. I
fully realise and understand
that It is a hard matter for you
to decide and you have my most
sincere sympathy, but you have
a new life lo make now for
yourself and your child.
TO 'WORRIED'.
YOUR problem, my dear.
does not really fall Into my
particular scope. However, do
writ* to the Family Docto'
about it. He will. I know, be
only \" help you.
K..'i. .. -. v|
I an, In lore u-Uh a J>IIou trho
tells me that he is bt k
t>te He has. however, another
erl-fnend n'ho uor* ).*
m. Must I go im Still lortny
htm or must / foryet a><
HE does not give you vary
much choice, does he my
Iftor all. if h
loved you as he says he does he
would not bpenc <
this other girl. Haw
heart talk with him and put the
situation clearly to him He
must make up his mind one way
<>r Um oirur and it certainly is
not very fair to you
ally, my dear. I rather fear that
he Is using you and cannot be
speaking the trutti when he
says that he loves you. When
you make up your mind defin-
itely, dear, do not change it
again. That would mean such
heartbreak for you.
( am sixteen years 0/ age arfd
Of u'ork.na. My tnoiner U al-
i,'aj,* abustno me sayinj f won't
worth Thai is not true om I
work. Alto she way*
MOtt-j things about the i/i'l BOX!
door whoi I adore. Please
h*lp me. 'LE CARCON-
WELL. 1 -o Uunk that the
Ars: Ihing foe you to do is
1 trying very hard to
ge. a job. Then your mother
have any cause for
complaint. Aren't you a little
1 bo thinking seriously
! a girl, especially as you are
not woi king. Try to concentrate
Uafisaj ilr*:. Get a job.
work hard and conscientiously
and you will see that things will
ail work out well for you In the
future.
(If you loo hace a problem,
Mrs. Clarke'jt Qotmm,
c/o liarbados Advocate and she
rtod to give ad rice. .
Skimlinje I
2 Houses Tie
In Fifth K.himl
House and Blu
Whatever kind o( teapot you
may use, you unbe Mire
of t dclictout tup of tea if
you put in Kinlomih I ip'
l:rasram. nftiilassg anil 1
little com mjt w.iy<
In 4-o7. pi^tcn. l:am all gnx
1 I tuf*
thing under the sun.
Sl.e moat have a phcnonwiuil
memory, never make mistakes
with appointments, never sulk or
get bad tcmpeied. however badly
treated' /
u Sir G bad boas?
Obviously not. Lady Cunning-
ham was his secretary for live
years before they married.
One of the "oUf secretaries. 44-
year-old Mrs. Daisy Denniford.
says: "We used to stoy at night
n tha job bad lo bo don
uom ilo that now.''
To which Phyllis Crowe, three
years secretary to the general
I
tal store, replies: "Why siiouM wo
completely submerge ourselves
in our Jobs? I work hard, but if
I want Umo otT I fat it. and Oltl
t,, work lati to make
up."
Hit- Bows And Little Bous
BOWS are a feature of the Tarts
11.nl "mi dre eolleetLon. They
vary in slce rrum little RlrU' dIk .
tall bow* to hows bluer Ulan the
dreuea thenuelvra,
1 , 1. towelling la now betna
houii for Hummer evenlnat
ilrrur*. One full length black
tourllinc dreas had a water-
melon emhroidrrrd on tin- poekil.
I m Thorneycro/f DaroOtn-
rt 1 .)> eojfl Pftf, red. or
blue cotton.
and wm worn with a fall lenrth.
vivid and lowrllknc coat.
Sprint; Hat>
In New York they re buy ma
spring hats. . .
MARl.tM: IIH-TKK II. a while
braided organdie turban spark-
ling with diamond sprays.
SARAH (lit KtHll.L. a pale
blue rote-strewn georgvtte turban
MRS. NKI SON RO( KEFELLtlt.
a white-fi-j.ther Bpnyod lOffUe
"blushext v.ith silk veUI
PAt'LETiE CiOlinARD. a sfieei
II l
JINX H1KIMII |(i. M.tHARV
popular and beautil it TV star, a
BDUJJ tlnwiT-buu, hat in azure blue
It A T II K It I Ni: ( tlRNELL. u
Oowor-betl cloche In natural
sugnr straw.
Flower ClaatM
TO keep ehlldrtn'oerupled dur-
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tlnti-t is >Uirllna rla*es in flower
arrangement for children up lo 12.
They will be Instructed In the
' r, and handling of llowrro.
1 1 drroratlnn. Inaoov bait*
growing, in making hair Banff,
Victorian posy howls, and wild
lower arrangement.
I
why mother put me
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s);
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EASY TO PREPARE
\
Mother, if you cannot breast-feed your Baby, you can rely on Ijictogcn.
Lactogcn is pure cow's milk modified 10 make ii just like breast milk in
balanced nourishment, and in digestibility. New, in addition to this
advantage, Baby gets ihe wonderful benefit to his health of extra
titmmu. For I-actogcn contains added vitan.in A to build resistance
to illness and aid vigorous growth; vilamin D lo guard against rickets
and help Baby develop sturdy bones and Ittfltsf teeth. Added iron
protects from anaemia. Choose this fine fcjd for your Babyand
watch him thrive on Lactogen.
SOLD BY WEIGHT
The net weight ii dearly indicated
on each nn.
16 oz. tin
40 ox. tin
n&W~ MOTHER BOOK
I. .'/ iht "iiL-thcr Book" far ixpeciant and
fust thi' uhurv tnupon to '#'. CKBIaYJBS fcfM.VI' Lilt. Hri,l,/,l,i
EMPlRtSDAY
fa from pate 1
HivUion: 1051locn-i
47 intermedlato Division: 1951
a 1 17 entries. In t
division the number of e
tries is pracUcalti the same
it is realised that in the tied'wiui"45a"poTnU fallowed "bv
Um prelect (""""""'"< *' """
scheme or potters. It will t* readi- Th_ w(.alhPr w on the whole
sgLVwarra ^ zzB/HSS-
bwnllw interest create.l f.'P^'A'K. '
said date is. Red. Captain Major A.
DeV. Chase, 2205, Blue. Captain
His ExcoUoncy the Governor has Li. Col. Connell, 2201, Yellow,
himself very closely Captain J. R. Jordan. 2113 and
with the work being done by the Green, Capt. C. R. E. Warner,
U) donated the nrst prize
' nlor Division of the cum- Following were the eight best
enerouslydo- scores:Capt. s. Wootherhead 97.
liar thine again this roar. Li. Col. Connell 94. Major P.
After last yciirs Exhibition. His Walcott 93, T. G. McKinstrv 93,
1 reellency sent a personal letter Capt. C. R. E. Warner 93, Lt E
to schools Inviting them to live R. Goddard 91. Mr. DeVertcull 91,
moTf genernl support to the work and g G Martin 91
of the l*ague of Empire.
,. ..... Shooting activities are reallv
Owing to the fact that Empire on lhe upgrado now ^ there lft a
Z*i^Z\&2 '.hJ r^Sf^H1 rtron "< 'or the West
of Court ftl'iuiiiiNK. ,n* Commit- i,i|imi 1.. -unri B iu_ ,_ m_i_
11 vuil ihj '^Commiuon celebrations Trmi-
BxhlblUon oh Monday afternoon Jft CuJ ?.a "?d Jam^lca
Arijudicntlns Committee wlu mofil. Probably be sending
I has COmplete be left out of this West Indian
Mr. Williamr. explained thai effort.
1P52 was intended to be the year In 1950, the West Indies as a
ol JubUoa CaJobraUooi of the aeparate unit sent a team ts
(>r the League of Empire liisley and it would be a decided
tion of the League of Empire, setback to the West Indies if
turns have hnd to Barbados could not raise a team
be postponed in due of the fact of to go. A formidable obstacle is,
Court Mourning following the of course, the cost, but It Is hoped
death of our lata Sovereign, King tiial ine four colonies concerned
George VI The Committee of the wiU rooarn substantial assistance.
League of Empire however hope to
nrrange Hum' when they will be associated quite
with the Coronation of visit, it was evident that the'stand-
1 uaabath Hr- WUllaini aid of work would be extremely
Id. hiah un-l nhowed remarkable ad-
whan the Aihinair visited Com- vanees In performance and con-
bOI I Bebool If LI yesterday ception over the previous years.
. exhibits were arriving Mr. Williams said: "There Is no
k placed In position by the doubt that our schools like this
Organising Secretary of the form of competition and it is
League of Empire. Mr. V. B. Wil- hoped that the general public will
give the Committee its whole-
Although only just half of the hearted support by attending on
.' the lime of this Friday and Saturday of this week."
Wm. Dunn May-
Take Over
Hat tins (lamp
M.C.C. Save 366
L? 6 '^ainsl India
OontwMa by Ren Simpson of
Notis and loin Gravcncy <>t
NASSAU. M:iy 6. Gloucester enabled the MCc to
Liquidation proceedings agan t Score 366 for 6 on the first day
Butluu Bahain s Ltd. ui lueir iliree-day match against
vfore the Supreme Court on Uie Indian tourists at Lord's.
Monday. Creditors it.. Ilmpaon, whose oontury was
and agreed to a further four the llrst against the tourists this
week,1'* adjournment when the summer, made his 101 out of 168
Court meets on Monday to enable bl jurt over three hours without
William Dunn of Chicago to make giving a chance. He was even-
arrangements to take over IhO hi. lly eaught by Gopinath at
enterprise. long on. attempting a big hit.
Graveney who made pix eentu-
Dunn is taking over the ven- rics during the recent MCC tour
turo, peovldssd ba can arranKe 0f mdia, batted Just over foui
tttUg in UM United Stati-s hours for his 158.
of first mortgage dabODturw to | chasing runs during the
satisfy the claims of mrge credit- losing minutes the MCC lost
ors and provided Uie Bahamas' three quick wieketa. Groveney.
Legislature extend him Iba MUM c.mpton and Cowdrcy all being
gambling and other concessions j^,, out.
given Butlin. The largest credit- The close of play scores In Essex
on agreed to accept debentures vs. Notts were. Notts 268. Hard-
ln full satisfaction of their claims staff 105 Ray Smith 5 for 96.
and If Dunn succeeds the smaller Essex 33 for 2. Kent vs. Glamor-
creditors will be paid fully.
l\P.
IN HOSPITAL
AFTER ACCIDENT
"SON" Marshall of Parris Gap.
Weslbury Road, was taken to the shfro 399, Lov.'son IM.
rfan. Kent 384 for 7, Brian Edrich
110. Mayes 106.
Warwick vs. Gloucestershire
Warwick 196 Scott 6 for 57 Glou-
;' for 3.
Un.ster vs. DerbyDerby 225.
Leicester 43 for 1.
Surrey vs. Sussex Sussex 365
for 0 John Langrldgc 135. Parks
13H.
Worcester vs. YorkshireYotk-
Cencral Hospital on Thursday
and detained. Marshall was in-
volved in an accident with a
"hit-and-run" cyclist.
AT Bright Hall Plantation. St.
Lucy a lire during '
burnt live and a half acres of
St con d crop ripe CaMMI fourteen
and a half acres of third crop
Hampshire vs. SomersetHamp
?hire 253 for 9 declared Raymenfl
100 not out; Somerset 57 for 4.
Middlesex vs. Northants
Middlesex 278 Robertson 98.
Northants 12 for I.
HUNTE DEFEATS
BAVLEY TWO UP
Uon'ble K. R. Hunte defeated
Colin Bayley two up In their
, ienu-iinal golf match for the
11 "' ..... Founder's Cup at bKkUf OoK
sour nr.on, urr.nerlv of Snrmtf .... .. __
^ .. airuiiuLi n i Liu >il ii'n i\ iv liwil
E"ir f,T^. V'?1*"* ' 222 Club jrclerdar afternoon The
Hall Lid. The daraaM Is ev,,.,l m.M/r wa, J,C11, ,, go ,
By Iniurance. dplu> a alhiht wind blowing
This nrc exlendert to ClnlT. aero., the fairway th atandard
Plonliitlon. St. LUC/ and burnt '' <'*'" v" qu!!c ,00d Thc
five acre, of second orn) rlpa '",rw"' '" "> ,
cane., Oiirleen and a half acre >" the quarter flnaU Mr. J. D.
of young canes. 39 acres of voung Eagen and Mr. C. Bellamy were
ratoona and nine acres of dour ?'' "1"IJ ''" playing their IS
grass, properly of E. N. Roacli of holes and this match will be re-
the same plantation. T!i,. datflgn played tomorrow morning and the
1. also covered by IBM.....,.-. ' "" mulch will meet
"--1'ble K. R. Hunte in the finals.
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KITCHEN RACKS. ETC.
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SUNDAY, MAT 18, 1K2
SUNDAY ADVOCATF
PACE SF.VFV
.What's Cooking In
The Kitchen
WHAT .- mre. thin an ,ce
Cream m tu* heat*: Have \ ou tried
t .re Ihiw
easy reclp*--.. You should put tnern
but it you have a fridge
you might try to put ihem m thr
trecre-box and turn il I
to lime to prevent it from getting
iced.
\ .mill.. Imrfaiii
OarulaKM ug..r | lb.
Kg* Yolk. 7
' egg
, <>nful.
VanllU essence
Cream ^ pint.
Put the sugar <5tablrapoonsful>
with the 7 eag yolks ant < M whole
egg in a saucepan. Put the MUM.
pan on a very low flame and beat
the egg and th,- sugar until iho
mixture i* lukewarm. Continue
to beat aUo when you take the
saucepan off the fire until the
mixture H completely cold, frothy
and light. Add then the 2 tnble-
sponnsful or icing mi tear. I tea-
spoonful of vanilla MMm and
with a wooden ipoon mix gently
the whipn.i cttU (about ij
Classes) to th.. mixture |"our the
ntixturr in a icecream mould,
cover it with some greaseproof
paper. Butter the sides of thu
mould so that the paper will stick
and no water will get into the ice-
cream Put the mould under the
ice for about three hours, take
the mould off the ice. wash it In
cold water, take off the covet
and pour it into a dish.
Mixed Fruit Icecream
Mixed fruit puree 1 glass
Syrup 11.'3 water and 2 of
sugar)
Cntam 2 glasses
Juice of on*, lemon or lime.
Making a puree of any iruit you
I..' biiunas. pa-paw, mangoes
etc.) by sifting all the fruit until
you get a glass full. The syrup
must be the sium- quantity and the
cream must be double the quant
ity of 'Me fruit. You can take the
yrup by melting two parts of the
weight of the sugar and one part
water. Add the cold syrup to the
milt puree gently then add the
Juice of a lime and finally the
whipped cream. Proceed then as
In the flrrt recipe.
Zahaione Icecream
Egg yolks 3
Water | tablespoonful
Sugar 3 tablespoonsful.
Vermouth i glass (I use rum
instead)
Cream J glass.
Put the egg yolks In a saucepan.
odd the 1 tnhlespuonfu! of water
T ithS 3 ,-lb,**Poon*'ul of sugar
and i Khist of sweet vermouth or
iUm'- the 5aucepan on a vary
low flame and beat the mixture
until it is frothy and light. When
the mixture is lepid, take it off the
fire ond so on beating it until It Is
completely cold. Mix then I glass
of whipped cream. Pour Into an
ice-cream mould and put it on the
lee for about 3 hours.
CROCHET DESIGN
Corona r\
Thrombosis
W> ILLr M in | (R
<>!.. D.eV.
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I
.Iocs
COATS CHAIN MKKt i:il
CROCHET NO. 19 (2t gram.)
Materials
1 Bali selected colour
I Tatting Shuttle.
1 Collar and Cuff Set.
AbeThus
R ring; ds double stitch,
Direct ions
Sr of 4 ds, p, 4 ds, cl. Rw, ap of
'4 In. (. cm.), i ol 4 ds. 6 p'.i sep
by 1 ds. 4 n ... of 1 m
(.0 cm.), ar of 4 ds, join to p of
previous sr. 4 da. cl. liw, sp of '4
in. (.0 cm.), r of 3 da, join to
last p of previous r, 3 ds, p. 3 ds.
p picot; cl dose; rw reverse P( 3 as. cl. Rw, >p of j
work; sr small ring. r of 4 ds. p, 4ds. cl. Rw. sp of 1 in.
t 6 cm), r or 4 iis, join to
i ds. S p's sap by I ds.
I ds. u sufficient to gu round edge of
roUar, TM and cut
Make ot'.er two pieces in same
MMM] (lor cuffs.
Se\< adgtgM t- caUag and cult*
abowt) in illustration.
Enhance a plain t .liar and cuff
at with this dainty edging all In
I hours.
r.,l :.-,,.
r. Uaat there U
um1.-i1 treetmei
*r> Artery Disease. This has

lahstthe cai.i,.
in-thing beyond diag-
enee y
There appears In h
in I9U0. T
until u,,
n in
i what is generalh
-"has lust
-ulphate.-whlch
thinn ror I

P |
be tn
' '- cenne or

-. .
Mmhuri chloride

i .
niiure of circulation is undouht-
1
until me Itagi I
m u.halalii
.
able t, that ponton ol the
"irt lupplMd bv UM vessels not
IWCtad, U I'.ll as
UM affeetiM
tag

tXMtmenl for the last S.- Man h-.<
heen proved of Mrs little value
and In m-nv cases actually oVtri-
menial. It L now the practice to
K'x-p a patient wli
nary thrombosis In a chair begin-
BM irly in the nine*, * p,-
nble. As ever) pftyafaaM hnowi
fine and real arohlsonh
mbbtoI what h
known ,.s the anginal or pain sltu-
iitiim ..f the heart. Nitroglycerine
very translentlv dilates the coro-
narv artery .-inn i
Litre "re it <|,-
"i;tlnulng underlvniR
.t
LOOK YOUR BEST
Guide Notes
The m-un topic in Guide circles
this week was the r"air. We were
very fortunate in having fine
weather and there was a splendid
attendance. All the stalls have
made mure money than last year,
but wo *hall not know the result
of the F-ilr until the Bicycle Raffle
is closed at the end of July. We
have set ourselves a larger target
than last year because the wall
must be paid for and the rest of
the grounds still have to be an*
closed with walla.
12th Guides (Westbury Girls'
School), with Miss Ina Pickering.
hiked to St. Judes on 1st May.
They cooked a meal In a clearing
behind the Girls' School and afler
lunch they explored the neigh-
bourhood. They were given some
cane which they thoroughly en-
toyed. They returned to town by
bus during the afternoon.
200 Rangers and Guides of the
town Companies will attend the
Youth Service to be held in the
grounds of Government House on
Sunday. 25th May. Rangers and
Guides, who have been notified to
attend, will assemble at Pax Hill
at 3.30 p.m on Sunday. 25th May.
Your neck is on show just as
much as your face so it should
get the same amount of care. Its
skin i tougher. It coarsens and
discolours more easily than the
complexion, but It will tako
stronger treatment.
To keep the skin smooth and
taut, give it a brisk friction treat-
ment every time yuu have a bath
Use a not-too-hard brush and
lots of soap, working with a
spiral movement from the base
up. Slap on cool toniclotlon daily.
Get rid of dinglnessor a sun-
tan hangover with a weekly
lemon-magnesia bleaching pack.
No make-up should end, like a
mask, at the edge of your Jaw.
Give your neck its fair shore of
powder and foundation too. Blend
the make-up off to nothing just
before It meets the neckline of
your dress.
Taking steady, daily care -for
granted, it is the way you cany
your head and shoulders
which helps more than aagihiu
to keep your neck tirm und
young-looking You see you just
can't get away from the need
for good posturo.
Find Vour Colour
In clothes, again. It is the colour
which dOM tilings (Of
which should recur most often In
your dothaa, Onca you*v round
it hold on to it. poopU won't get
tired of seeing you in one colour
if that eototir D
Clow lik,. a rorf Add flashes of
itchiffon baiuuaa, Bowers, hand-
bags, etc. to brighten background
colours such as black, navy grey.
To tlnd this master-colour, rid
y*our mind of any bias, and start
with the Idea that you like any
n>iour if n Ufcea rou' Taal
by throwing larg|> ptacag of H fT-
crent oak .1 across
under your chffi. I-nik at your-
self In a strong light day,
artificial, or both, according to
oroMut
Does yellow make your skin look
ofi.r falrari Then it's yours.
l>oes pink make you look sallow?
Then It's out. Maybe you'll bo
surprised at thc colours you can
wear if you'll only try them.
For short necks with round or
square faces to give length to
this type of head, dresses should
p V oaths; low wide
necks narrowing to the neck, low
boat necklines; sweetheart; open
shirt collars sitting low at the
back of the neck; Hat Peter Pan
collars; coats should have tailored
lit low ,,t the neck;
md hats should be wider than
the brow Ideally the hat should
follow ii brnk.'ii Una with a slight
tilt to ona
il t Mold alajh aaUaga,
Idl square necks.
brimless hats sitting straight or
aliilhtly forward on th face; hate
i i linn the width of the
face; choker necklaces.
( Ihmis.* Vour Type
.
-I'-nn '."'k 'i 1
wearing hlghroJIed
collars; wide necklines; collars
.p at the bark of neck;
high drapes; choker necklaces;
' tin r necks; portrait
(K'ckltiicsscooped low in front
"I across the back form-
ng a frame for the face and neck:
Daaha with stand-up
the I iack: open shirt
collars. Si I ablrl col-
- frith wide and stand-
up ollbrs; bat* with loa
which dive width U>
Remember you should avoid
n-ks. plain roan
ii collars; high crowned
narrow hats.
I
Bv contrast, there is one and
onli .., treatment which attacks
the basic ondttlon in ., large pro-
IK>rtlon of such cajaa. In the case
of coronary thromboala Vitamin K
( ilph.'i tocopherol) hns been shown
in experimental animals and in
humans to
(1) Decrease the oxygen require-
ment of cirdlar muscle.
(3) Help resolve blood vessel clots
or prevent them.
(3) Help resolve scar tissue In
many types of heart disease
processes.
(4) Increase collateral <-in nl ittOD
BUTOpaajl in vest iga tori are tre-
"iendnnlv helped hv n fortunate
alfcurnatanca which make* avail-
able to them nnlv two nlphn toeo-
pheml products both of which are
reliable In Amen, i
ht nlvnit BOO productsmost of
vhirh nre *mlxture of "tncoolier-
"V" i-fmtnlnlng titiknown nnfl un-
controllable amounts of the valu-
able Vitamin E fractions.
Alph.i-t^rnphcrol ha* also been
Sroved most effective in Buergur'
isoaee Thronibophlcbltls. or gen
crnl impedlnvnt to blood flow Ii
th,. legs. All Intravascular cUt-
tiiik!, whether in the NflWftl
vessels or tha icrebral
the coronary system, must
be due to one mechanli
It Is also true that the ana-
tomical peculiarities of the differ-
ent .rtrries may he addition >l fac-
UM in the tendency for clots t<
h- i Use themselves.
The extension of the use of Vlta-
BUn E. this relatively harmle*'
Hi. try factor, to coronary thrntn-
bo ii In too simple to he taken very
sci KMUly by the Gollaths of medi-
cine
i i had remains that there
a. Oa Pag* 11
Man AirtUToion
I pward of lift* di-lir* Im >oui
itlng pleasure: An.l i*i
. '.j ...it. Mem, ,,t Ac fc... R .. r
l( iuU h-
such delicacies as thebr (hickva
In the iwik waJue* aaaafc
ynss* hambarfer^ lcjk-
.fTerent soups. You \-.\-
W choice lor
I '
c.nopy or indo..'

lii-d.
Ile-t k. UW l.orM
good i,tough for most ol
r.iriah Bicycles are reading M
At the Raleigii Head-
quarters in Barbados you will
m tyia from
i." to 2t" trarnag for Bog
and aha psoot
ag ..ii Paul is at Um
l.ak'igh Cycle Counter in 14u
i.pherd <. im nd ih.- man
talk Ii VllK-it A
.-..uiiiics. Dual
N'liiiciin Ughtlng

I or In a collection of
aWta <"'"> Iho aaaaaal)
Ma BBBpBOehsg nine full-
time mechanics. This ..il cycle
lepartment in l\i\c
.. a 'must' for aval)
"Wmrr. Black. Hui
N ill '.,.i,
need ilo choose your frame

K.iiii.h Idau by
UDplOU Hi'g Harris f. |
1
I

I'.nk. fleam taaga UMl White
IM imi'I that a Mnaal
.,r new Tellet Suite. When >oi,
tlicm ut the Co-llprralK-
relteu factor) Showroom yuu II
noil they havtj matching TUea ntnl
accocnpaiiying Plumbing Pix-
rhaaa include iad ripe*,
i HoU rtpea
branches as wall as Bib and
SOP Cecha in brass and chrome.
'II Hod Whi:.
I
-"Hi Murnlni. I.- aaUseVl f*
iiMinomiH--- ami Waddln Pn
and a womtertul
o( low pricci rlvralng Rags The
Villaar l*hoa Invftl you to sec
K,. o/l- <
mantel and Ha*)
ItUsMeaU- tmC
. you'U
...i. roa m the

Unw'a '
a-nlialb-M Si, lea at Local
1 I lie lain Jon
ajhaara Stork fee Mro. Mucli
..niiaii too. N.
htwosght and
tdlan and b
Sparta Jackets
uu from $-'<) In
at newe-t of naap Trsa4.iK Qah
nraaai i aTaaalaii ,, hara
ii Silk Dressing Qm
towelling Math i;
ihrea, ..il age In
i:mbk>iih:ki t i.v-m s.
siMiki s:w
|N'. Vt Mil M\
Dorothy Walker,
ph. MT. There arv 2$ lesaoru in
the counat, 1 ou m i
tune bevau ndua.1 m-
ith pi a, tuv peiiiKt of
half bourn avei
Id l.iiuii. Laiaiene. Hug.
ha you at nominal
Uxa. uTbUm will tall you
" i whan von phone.

nit; mi Krui in ..in gtva

1 orU and the ne I
Maple and Mahog-uu Cabinet
aDOdnaag,
.ti.jgiiiforward and
it uiio cnnnhla ol itaiuling up to
i .lie
LISTEN IN and
tiluctiun at HUMAN TAY-
tig'S simttHiMlM And take a
at Mi,. Tnaniinotli u-tut I
*n iii. .. an
llrtenlng lo a|
T K4IIAL OARAOK have
clean 'lunbad' (..-1 i
anp ..he.i.l
or \our e> iion need
UlC ~l\ it) IMlt.K
Ikirkis Tha O.H.V Kngfne
p.. ks punch .vitii aeonoaan. The
l mci upholstered interior pro-
. uinfnri uid pace and
harry staad boot
vthing down to the dog. A
driving invition
le vt ihUlt] maka this
fi /my road.
You're fashion*!
dreaui-girl ia
ChaiuuueUe...
A firm, roang, rounded *il-
OU) ii'- is l.i.liiuir. idea! -anti
t IisiisoiwUc gives \ou ctactlr
i tcuUr ftitchii! mundg
llu*a. orecious curves ui yours;
pOKa&cantat onpt |rra won-
derful icceatuation! Choose
Chansonetta" tndsr in yoar
favorile fabric..
t.miine MaiJeiiloim brat-
sierra are mads only in the
I'nited States of Arotiica.
as i in m
Tharelsa
'' far every type of figurs.
m4j
FACf POWDIS
* Soil leatwail
* D.l.tal-ly parlufiied
* ( mhnnn Bouquel lu<* Powder
j.-^i ? lol.n onuulli iir.nh
* ciin0t i.0> ii, avtnr/i ,"r
i-'Omg levafhMai
"IrWaaW'aV
HEADACHES
naaansaaals, rn
tlllll llmiiiliinf ran
m>U l.i- a .....<
M., hr ..! h,. WT
U ...! In !'> 'il 1
m* l tha t-In-.. I-
padana IW naraul
eat* a4 mW>m i-
tanaua and ni ariea I
kUW Uk4a*Til..ltnrip*aMr.
il- a,Mas.. I-..!..!-.. WWU. .kea-
Ml a*-.. 4WI>hW4 * m* ah B*V
I I'-w K-l..-, i;ii. iVms- kJm,
laataaltraMMv-iMkkif paiaanaanrfdMU
..(. .all..I T...I N.ll'llrr i.ll 1*11*1-
mmk Uskr. Ut i>*J tssar- Mt
DoddsKidner Pills
GALA OF L0\II0\ S
PILAKI
fOcc Orient, "far
Give your ikin a new tint
...change your complexion
tone at will with Gala Face
Colour.'Gala Tinted Founda-
tions are made to luit every
type of ikin, each hat it%
matching Powder. Follow
the Gala Colour Plan to be
fashion right. Key lipi to
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SrXDAY, MAV I. IK!
8\KBAD0Sj^ AUVO(TK
Sunday. May IS. U52
4 0\FIIt\ THIS is the eighteenth day of May ano
the public has not yet been told anything,
about the Covemmenfs promiseil five
year dcvt'lopnieiit plan. No doubt much
jcnvity is gOlnf on behind the scenes and
n It poibl thai U-fore the month is ended
the Gtovvnunenl will take the people into
its con!!
0m of the greatest assets of any com-
munity is mutual confidence between the
: Ded and the noverniny. Where such
lencs if lacking there breeds suspicion
and distrust and progress is bonded down-
Nowhere has the brake on progress been
more visible here than in thai relations be-
tween the Barbados Government and the
Barbados Electricity Supply Corporation.
The Electricity Corporation is an English
undertaking which has invested some half-
million pounds in-providing and extending
electricity in the island of Barbados during
the pre-ent century. Anyone who com-
Ihc quantity of electricity current
supplied to Barbados today with the
quantity supplied fifteen years ago will at
once realise the magnitude of the Corpora-
tion's achievement and will appreciate the
debt which the community owes to the
English company. Unfortunately human
memory is short and what the community
remembers is the discomfort experienced
in recent years as a result of electricity
cuts.
At a time when more people than ever
before in the island's history were clamour-
ing for electricity service, existing sub-
scribers were experiencing cuts. It would
have been contrary to human nature if
resentment had not been experienced by
the community. This resentment took the
form of a public protest which was handed
to the Governor by Sir Edward Cunard and
Mrs. Lilian Coo. Because of the prevailing
climate of opinion and resentment againft
the Electricity Company, the Government's
proposals for a Public Utilities Bill found
support from the legislature and despite
protests from the Barbados Telephone
Company the Barbados Gas Company and
the Barbados Electricity Supply Corpora-
tion the Public Utilities Bill was passed by
the Barbados House of Assembly on 30th
January, 1951. The Bill was later passed
with^nu'udmants by the 1 eRvsUtive Coun-
cil and on 21st August, 1951 the House of
Assembly accepted the amendments made
by the Council. The Bill has not yet re-
ceived the Governor's assent but has been
reserved for the signification of Her
Majesty's pleasure. Meanwhile negotia-
tions between representatives of the Barba-
dos Gas Company (an English Company)
and of the Barbados Electricity Supply
Corporation and the Government of Barba-
dos have taken place in Barbados this year.
The results of these negotiations have
not been made known to the public. Why
have they been taking place? And why
lias the Barbados Telephone Company gone
ahead with its programme of expansion
whilo the Gas Company and the Corpora-
tion have been so reluctant to accept cer-
tain clauses of the Bill?
The Telephone Company has often been
quoted by individuals in Barbados as show-
ing a more co-operative spirit than the
other two companies and as having been
satisfied by the amendments to the BILL
But the Barbados Telephone Company is
only one subsidiary of a very wealthy
organisation, the General Trust Company,
which is interested in telephone companies
in many ports of the world and which is
associated with very large manufacturing
companies in the United Kingdom. The
Barbados Telephone Company is not there-
fore in the same position as the Barbados
Gas Company or the Electricity Supply
Corporation. There is not the same need
for it to bo on the London market in search
of fresh capital.
The Barbados Electricity Supply Corpora-
tion on the other hand needs between
200,000 and 300,000 to finance a neces-
sary expansion programme in this island.
It is more than willing to meet the island's
demands for greater quantities of elec-
tricity and it is anxious to supply electricity
to and keep it in any home that wants it
and is willing to pay it* relatively moderate
charges. It is not widely known that the
Company has a $1 monthly minimum rate
for subscribers.
In an island where the minimum annual
earnings of agricultural labourers are
estimated at $480, the one-dollar minimum
rate brings electricity within the reach of
almost every home dweller.
The Electricity Company makes more
than half of its profits from the domestic
consumer so it has every incentive to ex-
pand its output of electricity and to sell
more to the consumer. The popular idea
that the Company discriminates against the
domestic consumer in favour of the large
consumer is a fallacy. Ft is good business
for the company to meet the domestic con-
sumer's wishes.
'hen all this obstinacv about the
Public ITUlittM Bill' Whv did the Gas
Compai i. .,[ |0 Barbados
mui why did the Chairman and DM Stbtf
.f the Barbados Electricity Supply
Corporation come from London to hold dis-
cusMnns with the Government of Barba-
dos '.'
The Gas Company which only requires
LMt.000 in London wanted
iragerqaet to give the under-
writers of London: the Electricity Supply
ration wants a great deal more.
Barbados has recently passed a Pioneer
Industrial Encouragement Act in an effort
il( aitiact capitalists who are looking foi
investment in Barbados. This Act gives
lax free and other concessions for a period
. p-ars. This month the Government
is expected to announce its five year de-
velopment plan.
But with regard to the fulcrum of in-
dustrial develop lent, the Barbados Elec-
tricity Supply Corporation, the Govern-
ment seems to be displaying a policy which
will tirfeat the obiectives-both of the
pioneer industries bill and of the five year
development plan.
Without electricity industrial develop-
ment is handicapped. Without electricity
irrigation cannot be implemented as an
agricultural policy. Without industrial
development and without agricultural de-
velopment the hopes of the government to
raise living standards cannot be realised.
If the government of Barbados has any
reasons to suppose that the Barbados
Electricity Supply Corporation is not de-
termined any longer to fulfil the public
service which it has so far fulfilled in the
community, then it should take steps either
to nationalize the Company and run it
better themselves: or they should take due
heed of the Company's complaint that the
Public Utilities Bill as it stands at present
will not assist the Company to raise the
large sums of money which it must raise.
if it is to meet the insistent local demands
for electricity.
The progress of this island is dependent
on the expansion of the electricity supply.
We need agricultural and some industrial
development. We need electricity in the
peoples' houses. How else can these aims
be realised unless the government helps the
Barbados Electricity Supply Corporation to
meet the island's requirements?
The government after all is dealing with
a reputable British organisation well-
known in the City of London.
If it wants Barbados to be known in the
City of London as an island whose name is
synonymous with dependability and con-
fidence, it can have no better ambassador
than this old established firm whose
initiative in coming to Barbados years be-
fore there was a pioneer industries bill in
the Statute Book, ought to be rewarded,
not penalised. Confidence to be perfect
must be mutual.
Unless Barbados can supply confidence to
investors, it cannot maintain its good name
or raise its people's living standards.
HIM I ITS
LAST week the government of Barbados
was forced to call another halt along the
road of subsidisation. The price of one
variety of subsidised biscuits rose from 7
for Id.to six for Id. and of another from
six for 2 cents to five for two cents.
This decrease in the quantity of sub-
sidised biscuits obtainable for the same ex-
penditure has been caused by increases in
the costs of production of these biscuit*.
The government which rigorously controls
the profits of the manufacturers of sub-
sidised biscuits was faced with the position
either of increasing the subsidy already
allocated to biscuits or of passing the in-
creased costs on to the consumer.
The government cannot therefore be
commended for reducing the subsidies
on biscuit flour since it continues
to subsidise biscuit flour: but it has
given welcome signs of realising that
the path of subsidisation winds endlessly
along a weary road. The increase in the
price of biscuits will have two good effects:
it will help to check the tendency for the
consumption of subsidised biscuits to in-
crease beyond all economical bounds: and
it will remind the people and the govern-
ment that there is no way known to man
of getting something for nothing. Even
biscuits produced under the constant at-
tention of the government's price control
department and with subsidised flour have
to be paid for and the labour which goes
into their production must also be reward-
ed.
Some day the government will decide to
put an end to subsidisation altogether. Until
it does, the failure of subsidisation to keep
prices down deserves constant notice.
Sitting On The Fence
Being a warning to Mr,
F. A. Groin, director
Incorporated Guild of Hair-
dressers, who, despite the re-
cent appeal for breach of
privilege against Lord Man-
croft, has suggested that
women M.P i should attend
to their hair and make them-
selves more attractive.
f\H. **>. Grrtn. oh. Mr. Cr. ..
V^ you're oof mu n*rr*i on
edoe.
/ fear for you. dear Mr. Q., be-
cause of privilege.
If iron don't know about Ir yet,
you'll know about it later,
That lit a crime to rrirtcue a
u'oman leattlalor.
Oh. Mr. Ceetn, dear Mr Greit,.
oh. pleaae don't play the fool;
Ail tcoTfien In rhe H. qJ C. arc
amapl and bcaurtftil:
When they stand up lo make a
speech |heu dazzle the he-
holder.
With darina hat upon the head
and chip upon the shoulder.
.Veil only are they bcaull/ul, but
beautiful and bnyhl,
Like women not tn Parliament,
they're always, always rtuht.
No problems are loo biff for them,
no politics appal,
i'nitfmos of the Welfare Stair.
they soloc and know them alt.
So, Mr. G. you must not say .-'
things about their hair.
V"ou must not say they're ever
u-ronp because it isn't /air.
So one must criticise their
speech, their habits or their
curls.
For. ajfei all, it's not quite nice
to pull the legs of ffirls.
If you persist, dear Mr. C, re-
member Kiplina's tale
"The female of the species w
more deadly than the male."
Jf this be true, dear Mr. O., 1
think one miaht infer
That airls who sit in Parliament
are even deadlier.
Pardon Me
A COMMUNIST art expert
ha* explained, in Berlin.
that "the agonised smile of the
Mona Lisa shows she identified
: herself with the sufferings
, of the progressive working
It* NATIIAMII (.1 BRINS
So you see. comrades, how
simple life becomes when once
you have embraced the Com-
inunist faith All problems are
aoivtd the moment you under-
stand that everything 1* ratali I
to the working-class movement.
Up nil now. when unenlight-
ened serfs of the so-called West-
ra.-ifs have looked at
in petura "Highland Cattle"
they have Just thought well.
that's a picture of Highland
cattle.
One day an enlightened Com-
munist will explain that the cat-
tle look either angry or MJtcted
because they are thinking: "If
we belonged to a collective farm
we would provide milk and beef
for the working classes instead of
feeding the idle, gluttonous bour-

Take another picture. "The
Sug at Bay."
Without Communist instruc-
tion you would never know that
the stag represents the persecut-
ed wnrkinif-clow" turning, at
Bat, with revolutionary ardour.
un the hounds, who are the dogs
and cannibals of the capitalist
world.
So far we don't know what The
Laughing Cavalier was laughing
.v unless he was an aristocrat
sneering at the sufferings of the
working classes, but I must say I
am glad I have been put right
about th, Mona Lisa.
In my Ignorance I always
thought the girl had Indigestion
1 thought her agonised smile was
a smothered burp and that the
picture ought to he called "Par-
don Me.1'
Here Conies Cookie
"General Elsenhower put
on a white apron and cooked
a dinner for 15 people."..
Report from Luremburo.
SO it seems that the general
and his Uncle Nat have
something in common. They are
both amateur cooks.
Of course, his Uncle has never
tried to cook for IS people. His
limit is two. or three if you count
Lottie, the Devil Cat.
This may be because Eisen-
hower is a general with organ-
ising anility, while his Uncle, who
couldn't organise a coffee stall,
rOM above the rank
I'tipaui Lance-Corporal
after nearly five years as a back-
ward private.
Another advantage enjoyed by
^r is that a general of
his ability must have the gift of
Intense concentration, whereas
his Uncle finds It difficult to con-
centrate for more than a minute
even on what he is doing now.
Therefore, when a meal i- be-
ing prepared by these silly,
fumbling hands an even sillier
mind is wandering In a world of
make-believe, composing dia-
logue, thinking up rhymes and
metres for doggerel verse, and
even flying off to Russia to argue
with Stalin, or to America
argue with senators.
While this is going on the pota-
toes boll over and put the gas
out, smoke rises from canned pta:
bU'ning over a fierce flame in i
redhol saucepan, and the week's
meat ration (two chops, usually)
is in flames under the grill.
As this charred mess Is being
transferred to dishes cracking
In an oven, whose fiery DNafl
might have come straight from
the "open gates of IlelL Stalin
li answering back, under his in-
growing moustache, Tovarich:
"Why should we start
somcthino when we shall
achieve world Communism by
friohtenina Ihe West and
making you spend all your
money on armaments?"
As the underdone potatoes ure
being mashed and fly off at tan-
gents on to the floor an An.Cucan
senator is booming:
"The way lo stop them sons
of so-and-sos Is to hit (hem
hard rioht now with feerylhina
we're got."
It is at this moment that
Lottie, the Devil Cat, usually
intervenes.
On the last occasion, excited
by the smoke, the flames, and
the smell of burning meat, she
Jumped on to your Uncle's
shoulder as he was carrying a
loaded tray into the dining-room
and brought it crashing to the
ground.
He has not been allowed to
cook anything since.
L.E.H.
How Fed Up Is Canada?
THE affair of the Canadian
National Steamships, which
is by no means yet settled, has
focussed West Indian and Gulan-
ese attention on this region's
relations with Ihe Dominion.
What is lo be the future of
Canada-West Indies trade? The
affair of the Canadian National
Steamships is only one example
of what might fairly be describ-
id as worsening trade relations
between Canada and the West
Indies. Briefly the affairs of
Canadian National Steamships is
a story of frustration, an intro-
ductli
of
of
:tlon aa tt were- Into Canada ish Caribbean as the third !
routine West Indian metlioda tit customer of Canada, afte
procedure. United States and the U:
Canada, the land for whom
(he 20th century has been named
by Canadian and other writers,
is learning how West Indians
set about their affairs and the
lesson is producing rapid dis-
illusion.
MORE and more Canadians
are becoming sceptical as to
the future of the West Indie*. It
seems Incredible to anyone. not
only to Canadians, that West In-,
dian governments after having
been informed in 1947 and 1948 :
and again at an official confer-
ence in early 1B48 that the two omtmmnmn .
Ijidy liners on the Canada-West' 0j trade. Theri
II* nsl'lirijl' II II III <
cannot but annoy Canadians who
are interested in promoting trade
U-iwccn ihe West Indies and
Canada. In recent years their
patience has been sorely tried
and there are signsunfavour-
able signs from the West Indian
point of viewthat Canadian ex-
porters arc turning towards Mex-
ico. Venezuela and other Latin
American countries as being
more promising export territor-
ies than the West Indies. Already
has replaced the Drlt-
Ird larg-
after the
. nited
Kingdom.
The position of the United
Kingdom in this unsatisfactory
trade recession is not easy to de-
fine. The United Kingdom Is
committed to a policy which, if it
succeeds, will result In consid-
erable diminution of trade be-
tween the West Indies and the
United Kingdom. If the West
Indies do achieve the sovereign
status of a Dominion: if they
only achieve customs union:
whalrver degree of regionalism
they do achieve can only result
In strengthening the West Indian
bargaining position In matters
Is
evidence
Indies run would have to be re-
placed and that replacements of
one vease) would take three
years should sit down and liter- .
ally wait for the liners to bo.
taken off. Yet that is what baaV
happened. Such efforts as were (
made by the Regional Economic
Committee to discuss the ques-
tion seem to have been handled .
with a complete lack of enthu- ^ been favourable
slasm and with no sense or Kingdom is not
urgency. Nor does the Colonial I the region.
Office in London appear to have tn Barbados imports statistics
shown much greater alacrity in J |n recent years clearly illustrate
transmitting to British Caribbean-, what has happened,
governments the official notiflca-K \n 1947 Canada
to show that a West Indian Do-
minion would continue to give
the United Kingdom as favour-
able trading terms ai that coun-
try has been able to achieve In
recent vears hjr edict from
Whitehall.
HOW favourable the policy of
edict from Whitehall has
to the United
veil known in
tlon from Canada that, effecti
from the autumn, the two Lady
liners would be withdrawn.
dth
IN all the negotiations
regard to Canadian trade the
attitude of the Colonial Office
with respect to Canada and the(
west Indies Is Irreproachable but<
ne'itral.
The United Kingdom literallyj
has no responsibility for promot-a
ing and certainly no wish to pro-*1
mote closer relations between
Canada and the West Indies. On
the contrary the United King-
dom government has good reason
to discourage too much trade
co-operation between Canada
and the West Indies. Canada's
hands are tied. Canada has
never been on better terms with
the United Kingdom than to-day
and the United Kingdom is after
the United States. Canada's best
customer. Quite apart from this
important consideration Canada
cannot deal with the West Indies
or British Guiana direct on any.
matter involving government
agreements because the United
Kingdom is responsible for and
represents the West Indies ac-
cording to existing intemation .1
law. The Watt Indies, not being
sovereign states, cannot negoti-
ate with other nations except,
through the Sccretarv of State
for the Colonies.
NOW this trustratlng state if
affairs which has for cen-
turies been accepted in the West
Indies as a working arrangement
ild goods
valued at $11,969,602 to Barba-
i dos. Tn 1950 despite the apprc-
1 elation of the Canadian dollar.
4 Canadian sales to this island had
* dropped to a value of $5,588,959.
a Yet in 1950 Barbados exported
N to Canada produce valued at
| SI2.265.514. Exports from the
| United Kingdom to Barbados In-
' creased as Canada's exports fell.
Or lo phrase it differently, the
1'nited Kingdom by a policy of
controls, proceeded to capture the
Barbadian market for British
exporters.
Barbados which had bought
goods valued ut $7,015,421 from
Ihe United Kingdom in 1946 im-
ported 118,033,142 worth of goods
from the United Kingdom in
1950.
THIS enormous change In
Barbadian import policy is
more easily seen by a compari-
son between imports from other
British Empire sources and from
the United Kingdom in the years
1946 .and 1950 respectively. In
1946 imports into Barbados from
other British Empire sources
were valued at Sl2.998.nij u
compared with only $7,015,421
fror.i the UnUtd Kingdom. In
1950 Barbados imported onlv
513.886.908 worth of goods from
other Brilish Empire sources
while imports from the United
Kingdom soured to the high level
ot $18,033,142. Comparative fig-
ures for 1951 are no: yet avail-
able bul according to well-in-
formed sources the trend towards
Our Header** Say;
Plea For Co-oporalian
To The Editor, The Adrocolc
SIR.Do you think it possible
for the parties responsible fn;
closing Chamberlain Bridge kg
try and do this at other tli.ui the
"l>eak" hours of
Tit is morning, on approaching
Town at 8 o'clock. It was to find
that the Chamberlain Bridge was
closed and (you will hardly
credil it, Mr. Editor) half of the
Victoria Bridge was receiving the
"high priority" repairs of tarring
the road, with the result that the
Bridge was merely a bottleneck
and traffic was held up to such
an extent that after sitting in the
car for about five minutes ami
only progressing from Eckstein's
C...r.go to the Empire Theatre. I
left the car and walked to the
Office, arriving there long before
the car reached the Barbado
Mutual offices.
We all realise that the roads
must be tarred and the Bridge
must be closed, but surely it
should not be done when the
traffic Is literary at its high-
est peak. A little consid-
eration and co-ordination on the
part of the Authorities ton-
cerned would save a lot of (neon-
ted towards the Government De-
partments concerned.
Yours tmlv.
DISGRUNTLED CITIZEN.
greatet Importation from th<
United Kingdom has Increased.
Two items of Imports shov
how violent was the swing over
of trade from Canada lo the
United Kingdom. In 1947 Can-
ada sold artificial silk piece good:
to Barbados In quantities valued
at $213,346. In 1950 exports j>!
artificial silk piece goods from
Canada to Barbados were nil. In
1946 the United Kingdom sold
$262,622 worth of artificial silk
piece goods to Barbados. In 1950
the value of the sales of this
manufacture had increased to
$1,021,351.
In 1947 Canada sold to Barba-
dos motor cars and trucks
valued ut $545,650. In 1950 sales
of Canadian cars and trucks
were nil. By comparison the
sales of British trucks and cars
which were valued at $845,957
In 1946 had Increased In value
to $1,091,997 in 1950.
It is not surprising in view of
these examples (and the pattern
is similar with respect to butter.
i otatow and other imports)
that Canadian exporters should
grow sceptical about improving
trade relations with the British
Caribbean. And there has in fact
been a cooling off in their drive
to export to the West Indies and
an Increased effort to export lo
Mexico. Venezuela and other
Latin American Countries.
Mexico Is now supplying Can-
ada with pineapples, tomatoes.
citrus and cottonall traditional
British Caribbean exports. And
Ihese products are shipped by
rail all the way from Mexico to
Canada, thereby avoiding expen-
sive freight rates at sea.
And Mexico shows much
greater awareness of the Cana-
dian hand of good-trade-fcllow-
ship than do, say. some members
of the Barbados House of Assem-
bly. Instead of criticising Cana-
dians who come to their terri-
tories to help them the Mexicans
and the Venezuelans welcome
Canadians with open arms and
arc only too anxious to learn
from them (in addition of course
to the valuable Point-4 nid Mex-
ico gets from the United States)
When Mexico went out to cap-
ture the Canadian market about
four years ago the country sent
trade representatives to Canada
to study how the Canadians liked
their tomatoes and pineapples
packaged.
IN Caracas in Venezuela to
quote another example there
Is a hospital staffed almost com-
pletely by nurses trained ir
Canadian hospitals.
It is really a subject for tea^
that British territories in the
Caribbean should be passed over
by a British Dominion which la
helping Latin American countries
to improve their output of the
produce on which the Wee* In-
dies have traditionally relied to
augment their main earnings
from sugar. If further deteriora-
tion In Canada-West Indies trade
occurs, even sugar and molasses
sales may go the way of pine-
apples and citrus.
It is all very fine for the West
Indies to talk about Dominion
status: self-determination- .and
all the high sounding names and
phrases to which the West In-
dian rhythm has been beating in
the past decade. But while th<
national rhythm continues to be-i'
the trade distance between Can-
ada and the West Indies grows
greater. And we are no closer
to the United Kingdom except
that we are buying much greater
quantities of her manufactures.
DO we want to see a trade sit-
uation where the United
Kingdom is our only large buyer*
In 1950 th. United Kingdom paid
$11,334,431 for produce from
Barbados while Canada paid
$12,265,514 Can we afford to
eold-'hmilder our biggest cus-
tomer? And can the United King-
dom afford to take Canada's
placef
The whole triangular pattern
of Canada-West Indies-United
Kingdom trade is most unsatis-
factory and the balance of trade
is heavily weighted in favour ol
Ihe United Kingdom.
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TSDAT. MAY 18 1M
SVVDAY \nvK in
PACE SINE
..
ADIOS QUERIDA MIA..."
By n mi- \ i" rOEL
It m a nice Tue-dny morn-
Ing when the F.C fc.Q S.M.
it of the huge suuon of

crowd it
came to gay goodbye to thur
friends ,itid family who |ef. the
- ity of "
li
After a 4 months* Blaj m
it MM nice
the Krecn Beau.
the Held.

Diet and K very body
i
night* when
rauLiaj in tw
streets. All nicely dressed op
and everybadj with nka
DM <.m kind of
* Am and minv
i whan I could buy
Mich r. n ft If . .
Sou'.h Amcr'oa WM v. ry dif-
ferent from u :
Mud ha vegetation
Ynu did no
of Africa walk*] g
of BuenuB
lonely
> The
(untie u i
and widk-ing hrough
. .1 .miv aaa bin houe
mid the Jammed traffic. And
enough of the "Tango
re In avegy cafe you
and when"
every ! i iDon play-
ed nothing elfe but "Tangos.*"
I could not exnlore tin artda
Pampas foi the Argenlme Gov-
ernment but Pemn was a nice
man for everybody, even for me

travel all over Argentine. So 1
lo cross the Pampas and
stepped that Tuesday morning
in the luxury train from tho
Argentine inn In line.
Soon we were in the P.impai
whan only cows and horaes
could live The heat was terri-
ble. What a difference with
Bucnoi Aires where many times
a frxr'n breeze gave tho good and
real atmosphere.
The Pampas did look the same
as the dry Karroo from South
Africa where very few animals
live. But in the Pampassome-
times hundreds of miles of wav-
ing wheat or cornthere were
more animals than men. Troops
of hundreds of cows and half
wild horses could be Men I-very
moment. I wondered why no
more people wanted to settle
down in the Pampas. Everybody
wanud to tfay in Buenos Aires
and m.body in the lonely and
hot Pampas.
The whole day we travelled
In that train. One thousand kilo-
metres said the conductor that
night when we arrived near
Mendora the Wine city of
Argentine. That was the finish
of the Journey and most of the
travellers went lo the country
next day.
To be In the middle of the
Pampas is a thrilling experi-
ence. To Uva with the Qauoboa
FLOAT1SO HOUSE ON T11F. AMAZON
Pampas. I remember that we
ate one night .. whole cow____
wo had lo gallons of u.
300 lb.s. of meat: but in.
"Gauche" lives on meat, and
without meat he could live HO
ro:re thun two days
The day came that I had to
CfOH DM Andes, the big rock
complex that separated ChiU-
from the Argentine
1 Jumped on a "Furgon" with
ten "Gauchos" who went across
with two hundred cows. The
train pulled hard and went only
10 miles an hour. When the sun
set down it got very cold.
Everybody started drinking the
Yerba Mate and we had a Tot of
roasted meat. The next
morning we were over 9.000 feet.
In front of us was the highest
mountain of South America:
Aconagua (23,330 feet) all cov-
ered with snow. 1 was shivering;
like a cat. The cold was too
much for a man who was used
to the tropical heat of Africa.
And then we reached the
border. The Chilean police were
very nice and nobody seemed
to die from hunger In Chile as
all tho Argentines told me. We
went in an electric train which
brought us down in a curving
track to Los Andes, a little city
not far from ahe high Andes
log*
Ml like it at Bl]
i i i tplarM
.....I "
Than I
ii i er h"
The time I stayed in Chile
waa a nice time. I did not have
no much money to spend but
life was very cheap and UMTS.
was amusement everywhere
The whole population of Chile
the world's longest country
was white. The 6 million in-
habitants had a wonderful life
amongst the green valleys and
the ripening grapes. I trav-
elled right down the Ande?
and arrived on the
little islands not far from the
(Arii.-i.tuii.Cowbaart JLrWJrli i!fl'IiCli';' TtU> Ar,u"M h'"1 ll"1
Interesting time.
fur animals or gazelles, but you
Just take a lasso and Jump on
one of the horsea and select a
cow. Then everybody starts
yelling and at last you get the
cow. The "Gauchos"* twite their
knives and after killing the cow
they start cutting the meat. In
the meantime BonM Of Uawn
have a fire ready and everybody
i- roosting the meat, listening
to the guitar players of tho
fWut of my body and 1 WM
accustomed to the cold agair
The Araucanian Indians were
vtry nice and friendly to every-
body. And then I went up
again the South American con-
tinent. I passed Chilian. Con-
Valparaiso Santiago
I left the green valleys
in the South American
which stretches from
c of Chile lo the mid-
cepcioti.
and thei
and w,.
"Sahar.i
dla
.f Pi
" plan
> m the capital of
. Ima.
IWu ..nti. in
South America. It nu the old-
est University in South Anannci
and is ocie of the
ing countries'in uhe Southern
Hemisphere. The 428.258 aq.
miles of Peru consist of 2T'r
over BJ0OO met, and I
Jungle and the remain-
ing: ., i> lowland along the
coasts. The population (7,000,-
000) is chiefly Indian. There
are two big cities in Peiu: Lima
and Arcqulpa.
I stayed not mote tnan 3 days
in the capital. An airlift l<.k
me to Arcqulpa. 700 kilometres
MltU Of the Capital. 1 stayed a
few days in this half Indian
city and went with a lurry up
tho Andes. 1 always i.mem-
ber th;it trip. 1 WM thr only
European amongst the Indians
who did not speak Spanish
Tho road was very rough
v difficult. Tre kmy
did not go faster than 10 miles
an luur and all Um P
climbing. We reached over
15.000 feet. The cold was too
much for two women. They
died from heart attack. Hut the
lorry went on. Everybody was
uhewmg coca leaves, a drug to
heart going-----Then
we went slowly down. Tho
A>iiiar< Indians were every-
rttn their Llamas and
i ban waa not i tne,
a piece of grass on ihe*e bigh-
lands. Just rocks and some
atone i uti tram the in i
All the Indians had different
hats. Some of them wore 3 or
4 hats together The woman had
at least 15 frock* and were very
wmnU And so wr rem-hett lake
Tlticaca, world's biggest lake
(12.518 feet). The water was
very cold but could Dot dew
because II contained too much
iron as I was told by the
Indians. The food we had wal
very monotonous. Everyday
white Indians' potatoes and
|1ce. And then naturally the
cool, ' Wat. I went down to
BollVul and spent a few weeks
amongst the Indians and came
back & Peru tocross 1.000 miles
0VR the lops of the Amies
I travelled more than 5 week*
at an altitude of 14.000 feet,
DM up till 17,000 feet
| was Uiriblc. Every
day 1 could take i
off mv fa*e and .very morn-
ing at 7 o'clock I was glad to
aee the warming sun again. 1
lived among the Indian;, the de-
scendants of Incas. Nobody spoke
Spanish, You could buy noth-
iM but silver ornaments
. the Indians. And then
over the high and rugged
chain I arn
Huancayo amongst the yuocha
Indians, who were the most col-
ourful dressed In the whole of
South America.
I want down to Lima and
-tayed n.ore than 2 months in
tho capital, had my body re-
covered from all the mountain
travelling and gave a lot of lec-
tures, then I took a plane and
The Government of Peril flaw me
AndM int.. Um Aoiaaona
Jungle The Cold of UM ASMM]
mountain and the DTI I
r was Still IB BM
and I did not have any trou-
ble at all when I arrived at the
biggest river in the Americas.
The Indians from thff Jungle
were different from th O
i .inps. Cosbthlo*
and Uitotos war
living far awuy from the head
stream. I travelled dOP i
of the rivors and met the head-
end had a few narr
i ,,i .--
Life was verv hard and ma
times DOl v-iv tV. Once
went with some of tlM "Cos
hlos Indlos" in a small canoe
JONES
m:\vi\.
MA< MIXES
HAND MODELcomplete with woo
and base.
"JOMW KM "MINES will do every descrip-
tion of | make a perfect lock-
stitch on all materials, thick or thin.
Buy a "JONES"it will give you a lifetime
Ktajry service.
Credit Terms Arranged
II \ltlllSO\S
Broad St. I-ocal Agents
the side river of the Amazons.
,. wmUmi go lor a I
i.u to nay goodbye to the I> i
lh) nnii i-.uio-iiLin.iii man .n
U. Bfi
days up the Itaya river and then
i me 10 .. DtU D
. pis wen mourn.'
jug over a dead chief. As soon
.. We passed the vill-iit', some
of the people jumped into DU
small canoes and followed us
vnn .,n enormous speed. They
wen' \ellmg and screaming Just
as if they wanted to kill us. The
Coabihlos Indians were afraid
too. Many times they didn't
know what the other Indians
wanted to do and so we waited
for them. Without any friend-
ly greetings we were taken by
the red painted Indians to the
hitle village and were pushed
near the dead man. Everybody
started weeping and during the
next three days eveiyb.-ly did
nothing else but weeping. The
heat was enormous. The m^s-
iiiutoes by hundred.^ and Lie
The food
for family
jili less
Mamma n i food dfii'y source
at VltanMa B A hue added to
Sttwv W. pi Smcti Cra*m
and %*'>'r '.ft* | .** Cain
fi-or ind fourihmal. Chil-
dren lo, M.r-(i.-_pCist'r
m Si"d->*i ol *'*rj (srteiy
C-vJ on hoi t> need toui
|W
! I OI 1 HI..
MARMITE
THE VITAMIN B A I fXIBAC;
GIVES COOKING EXTRA GOODNESS 4ND FLAVOUR
all danced entl ajati n
lot of no*M It lo
fad m> stay in their
litue nu
alng: "Adios cjuerldn mla .'as
I did in Hie other cmn tni
tv paddled up v a woman h the W r I
vmg a liab-
the river side As \ .,
rnsit nuns
smell of the dead man wi
rible. The Indians wen
drunk. Every hour one WOSaan
< ime with a calnbasii full kf
Chapo. their famous drink. It
was very alcoholic and n. |
very tired but y
It TlM meat we had at m.
the same monkey meat I had In
the Jungle of Central Afi
this was much better prapai d
Every morning they put a kind
of blunkel on the body of the
dead man. That was to keep
the smell away.
And then after three days of
weeping I ran oul of tears and
fits and could not stand it any-
more. I went up and M
I wanted to go. All tin- hfllan*
danead around m with big ar-
rows and lanre.
I waa scared. Hut Um
turned iheir barks to me and
started running around ami I
knew I could go Hut befa
went I ant lot* .,r
was the appreciation that I wad
their friend and that I was
mourning over thrir chief.
The naked woman from the
village ran to the border of the
Itaya river when I and the
Cosblhio* Indians went off. They
INDIAN
the child was born the
washed her ebUd an.I
Th hu'band was lying in the han>
mock an<| waited to nurse the
b i | I neon dayi hi
in the hammiK-k wilh n.
aim aoi il'n-
as a sick person gets.
V..- pnl ., t. ,
Indiana and there I stayed Ioj
a few days, right in the middle
of the Puma DUalL li-
the vi.hige was a nice man Mi
liked to give me a ftt l
would give me a nice girl of hat
little tribe. Y. man,
when you mar'
take .dl tlio sisters UM
as you S" in v m i
In that tribe jui
Id Mure paanta
They lived In a horra...
Uoa l be .i
the girls already whin the]
ware 1 and 7 Mart ,i i Wl 11
|

the hig trees ,n
by the ants.
Two week" later we went back
to the hcadstream. The Jungle
wm very thick and bh
11 i
were ill
BMOSi Ik** whivtle,!
a boy who M4SJ a nice gnl.
I went up MM l"iitaii |
MtJnj hundreds of dinYi.n
in icfied E
went to the old otty of Quito an
enjoyed the ol
and the Irenh all tit
..VII 1
. Montana | ..

rhey were
nd were all painted I
differenl and nlei i
i ordj i.nito. but thi
.1 i.v lh
oUm i rhaj painted Um
pedal palni and >< i
!! Hal am] a] h ii <>i tha li
i einsj a man walk-
ing with a hiilr hat.
The Andr were sa 11 i n |
again and I went
Over the tneaa high p

bordei ot Cohunbii The Indiai
were ulmoit the aame 1 uw R
Bee*doi tnd Peru All I
had long hair ,m.l WON VWt |
null They all were poni ho
(kind of bunfcetj m olffereni
. alou
Then i went down U
rallej .....i vl ited Call, thi
ia i The
i Culiimbin and
orae prl mpanlM
i
the mounti | bjmo i.
i ||al of Columbia
It one of Dm mi I
.
. f South Am....... Then i went
up to the 'Wall i .

(iuajua with the wild In
.... Vera tut I i
I most <

Aiiiitk g. There
1 i l |
l| llelds in a nice
. ., I went down the threi
Um arhoh
niay,
VI oh 'me to
- . afi
from Jungle and And.
.... doyed the b i h

friar* people, wne {
i-iwi and arrows, but in

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SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, MAY 18. IM1
The People of BarbadosVI
"White Servitude"
THE author nl
referring to female eoni
ed it Barbados, wri i
tat despaired
unhands in Ki lift
here ready made to their hand*,
and tbey with others
this remote place .. con
for raisins a m
u ration, which they had Irre-
coverably lo-t
There la not much a*fld<
many of the convicts
ever reformed, and 11
mni<*o found i! .
elude them from Poit I
Tnt poiHii.ti; >> of I
varied with tha years,
j>:t -I
fasssM i;.:';.
mulatto.-:; IM, It. I
servants 2.361 11
reported thai d
months under mi ,'.
men came to the [aland,
ll> John 1'riUr.ata*
three palm of drawer* aad '"
cap par year. Marbwdma i-uaed
Uus bad by on* pan of shoes in
miserable than their country- iagj and m IMt promised lour
net) aad fellow ^ubict- n..*.- .hiru, ifiree pair* fts draeraM IWO
Uh m hecaj." (*>. jackets, one bat. lour pairs of
shots, and wanes of twwy v.
Nuilung appears could be dw.< .aou*,, a*, ,W| w* whoa
for Uiese uafortunale peop -. i>ui MhMt taM tMMtdsratl with Hie
in spile of beau- " ""' ate psasaa* of aaeet and pianu-
. i -oie coodiiraa the must h->- |IOB proraaton suppled each ser-
-.. of ail law* was passed u. leM vat thai i sad* red the Barbadian
.courage the import-1 .on oi ,,,^..,,1 ,n aristocrat amons his
ivmte strv-j.t*. proaassirui th-i at kmd (I} ff^^ conditions, es-
i..i during servitude such >er- pe^ily the dsM of one pound
,jnt* will be well rewarded. I' 0# n^t or ftah per day got the
1 o..med that only the establish- oi^m. for u,# unhealthy condition
ment of a military garrison re- ,lf ^ niand, it was said that on*
ii.-vt.-d the situation, aa many of r^-on for the continuance of pes-
them became soldier*. .Bestial fevert hi Barbados was
. l * the 'act that servsnts were al-
'iii the 28th of December, .ess. 1(lWort lin\r oa pound of Heah or
he merchant' of Jamaica attend- a^, mch which was usually
ng the Board of Trade refused ]<$ (f>
lie oBax of eighty malefactors
., becuuna moat of them were The establishment ol the g-r-
" Ih.e kUia,t*h?ul,d .P,rm" women, and because persona ol rlaon did not wholly relieve the
Ste. 51 inl ueri 4U ... te-ve' i *?.. o"1^1 bad character were noT wanted ex-ting Mate of1Sa.. lor the
duly passed by the Barbn- m Jamikm.. 0n .nvett.gst.on by white indentured servant who had
a As embly on nth March ,he uo-jd o( T[ i(J# lt WM |ound ^^ nh, ^ ^ m 1720 a cor-
. w prov,dc In 1*85 Barbados lollowed ihr '" "hel servants Mcm& 'persons of bad character" ins that hundreds of families had.
Barbados, and even there left the Island and emigrated to
children and infirm per- Carolina and Pennsylvania, 'such
-,.-. were not wanted. It found lor the most part who had run,
fence of ih* Island 1 '" "* l.ab.r '". ""*" ihi.f at Uue time Barbados was themselves more in debt than,
freedom :.ad -ntll relenaSd by drSperat**y trying to build up tho they ware worth in Barbados, and
for ihr l-ott ". .,', / 'lumbers of Ma white male popu- could hsv been no longer useful
mllitiann.'
for grant of :
*unar (o '
if if on irani
to tilart ia
goatl timv
King James that their servi'ude-
I ba th* Act ai
. I In- pl-utei>
bans, and thinkins
themselves secure of them
during that time biughl th
to be their boilers, daui.
i-. and neglected to Vach qw
ny others m they would o'.-^
wise have done, if those men i
.ire freed, th* loss to the pUnt- wn
crs wtl be great." This 1
dated June 20th lfJW
Wiiitchdll carefully considered
matter, sod on 20th No
. r ibpu, new instruction* were
1 .it out. Tntse provided thai
-kIs should be p
I Itm BxiDI the prisoners'
yasjrg out re-
im.-oslng condiwons where they
to be kept In the islands
A'huc men left
imd S07 slaves.
the 1
rrlv iipt'Ti a ***!* Ahum stask to
nsnsj Ttus
.xWhj.gces
i,n hnur*ione.n.t..n( In^tr.NM.
,. , m iaaewi 9 5 j ***

nuitt/ala S " tumirKtin
Smif/i/lla\/nd :=:.
I I l I I H '
mW Bourn vita
Proudly dhoaen by
worlil-fainous people
for Ihrmnrlfm . and an gift*
nraplr 5 by Jm.l( '' ""1 .,, Bm
(I This a due to tn> in Dial I-land. ud yet ire now
iDima iltuation which wa, some illb Mpslniasl inbabilanl.
'" .'"' br.mnht by Ih. war. of William wh,r, thry ar*. and many ol lhm
Ml To this Barbndoa rractad by hav, paid their old dtnt." '10)
t!ov,ni..i ''"' pavlnl a Law In 1M whaiaby Th, main complaint waa thai th.
Colonial OITIcp rrvanta. atiould tnry ,p Tr#Mur,r WM , p,v 1* f fre|om dua hare war, aa acanty
wai Uarnad that ii Ilia I II Thli Ai-i u- ^ wh| ln m .. a *l* .a t^i Ii .1:.. BM.ll III -* I I r m x a
dred onein^l Uonmoul rnvlrted mesns
destined for th.
wer* actually th '" "*rvants out or their
JOB wrn discmb.rkr |h "' ^u*"
J04 of the- II"" to I" ; -to ,_ _
aarvUatfm TH , w-s " "" <' tne
thl- r-port. C "'"' ,1-n<1 '< beenme over-
t.l then dwii*e of them to the sometimes they wore forced to
planters who rlld not have the commenc* a new peTlod of ser-
i vantt; also that the servant was for the passage could be col-
to receive 23'- ner annum during teeted.
hi* term of service.
reported thai
coul.1. ahd i
tic** of The pg
when auek compi i ntt -
ported to him. I
ir.to them. *>
rly There wu aaetra controversy
over the freeing of th Monrnouih
rebels which had been sent to
both Barbados and Jam
July 3. 168S. tl
agreed to raprattnl to the King
thnt Instruciion' ware needed In wrote
Jimtfc* eoncarnlng U
Erly in the following Janu ry i
free pardon v
rebels, m "
them <-.
drr. Jomalco nrl 1 -
Islands. These unfortunate man
wars not mi it
from BM 0o*n l
rxprc'-r- th*
situation. The Oovernot
There appears to have been
:iie rcuejnpi.oiieers ap- some competition with regards to
. pg i an .uluuifl grunu the different attraciioni the Is-
i i ., but due to the six* lands offered the white indentured
thia practice had .-ervanu. For ys^rs .Antigua led
indasstd. Tba inevitsb e the way in legUlation on the cloth-
Of the population, the mg of servants, by an Act passed
r.solidalion of l.ndholdings; there in IMS which prescribed
idueUoo of the sugar that each servant should have
BM and slave labour, led to the three pairs of shoes, three shirts,
ezing out ol the small man.
A IUliilKI.1 .x-count ol frtSSOI.
fN>t to bta"na > np%-M.i
Ma*-4 n M H B Vol Mil. o 1
I'-,-***** ism, c o so/b vt is-as
narti>do ieav en i m. > i
U:, IV, II. IV .. vi o M
c s p -cownur. iass-*s -> i
C P ,C"lonlil'.
cap -coiodui'. i
l,*wa of Anurua aBBftadB*.
OP -CoionUr. It**, no Ml
c s p Otmsmr, 1TS*-B. no i
The 'ituation hsd reached a sad
'iite by 1895. when the Governor
"1 h.tvi

Council .f
ceived nogltprt
I dann* that there arc hun-
I vwntr servants In the
I* and who h.ivc been out ol
their time for mmy years, and
who have never a bit of feats.
meat be-towed on them nor a
mm. They are domln-
and this In t:me will drive iwbv
hlte and leave the Island in
Locusts Raze Asian Crops
By LKROY POPF.
bute arsenic to kill the locusts.
Tho United States contributed
NEW YORK. May 16. two spraying aircraft and in
Laocust one of the oldest enc- ready to spend a half billion
Hies of man are scourging one dollars. The plague began in
f the hungriest regions of the Africa and moved north and east.
rarldthe Middle East. Swarms If not halted the locusts may
re eating all the crops and threaten the Nile Delta'* cotton
in of vast areas of th- and Indian graintleldr.
Sudan, Egypt the Arabian Pen- Jordan one of the worst suffer-
m. on.Mion Nor united Nations Food and problem because the populace M
i--nd upon these pen- Agricultural Organizations, the swollen by half million refuse-
M lor defence of the rsSB. and msny countries I*, r-in hn* 200.000 nere* farm-
en, let vho will he )oined to fight the plague. The land already Infested
master, they cannot be mot* '1SS.R sent ten planes to distrl- U-P-
cahcadr' mj
( Mwmi i
I 1 1 !
i- a i
tl' -U Ikat .- i
I'm, j rr iwar* aima*i
I ii RJ
A'It IT BKA
i aj
I *IEW ruuua !
i *KV viuaui lilt l
l lie New Parker '51' is tba choice
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PAr.F iiiiiv
Romance Of Buckingham Palace
7
BEGINS TO-DAY
The fascinating story of
the old house which be
came the principal home
of our Royal Family and
the setting for some of
the most brilliant and
momentous scenes in our
history. Told by
MARGUERITE
PEACOCKE
EARLY in July. 1837. just 23
days after her accession, the 18-
year-old Queen Victoria -drove
from Kenslnfton Palace to
Buchinftiam Palace to make her
new home there. She wan its
nrst Royal tenant.
It wa not u comfortable home.
True, there was accommodation
for an armoury and a library.
but there was no chape) and the
kit hens were disgracefully in-
adequate.
A tew days after the moved
in the Queen a (Marty eater, dis-
covered. U. her "extreme incon-
H denied
one homely bu: Important
amenity enjoye 1 by most of her
humblest subjects SHE COULD
NOT GET A HOT MEAL,
'Pectin? to death'
The buildnrs had considered
it unthinkable that anything so '
unrefined as cooking smell > "
should drift Into the Royal
apartments. s dishes served at
the Queen's table had to oe
arried up 73 steps and "through
passages of cold air"
But even this was luxury com-
pared with a few years earlier.
In 1830. when William IV came
to the throne. Buckingham
Palace was peeling to death.
There was dry roi in the wood-
work, the plaster was enddng
and damp was causing heavy
dilapidations
This chaos was the result of
live yean' "rebuilding" of the
old Buckingham House. The
first architect Nash, who had
spent more than 600 000 in
five years, had handled Wie work
so badly that it ranks as one of
the classic muddles of architec-
tural hurtory.
Indeed, at one time it was
doubtful whether Royalty would
ever live there. One ingenious
scheme proposed that it be con-
verted into a barracks to hold
three battalions of foot guards.
A commission of inquiry
decided, however, that the Palace
must be made lit for Royalty. but
even in May. 1835. only two
years before Victoria moved In.
Crccivey could write, scathingly:
"Never wot there such a speci-
men of leicfcstf, ruloar profusion;
It has cost a million of money
and feWe is not a fault that has
not been committed in it.
However. Queen Vleton.i Luted
it and. having money to spsjnd
for the first time In her life, she
furnished her own room I
New Throne
The Quocn discovered with a
shock that the Palace had no
Throne, and a new one had to
lie Iwught for more than 1,000.
More important still, there was
no cleaning equipment and she
had to buy. among other Unrigs,
two dozen tin pails, three dogaa
mops, two dozen dust-pans. 30
large feather brooms, four dozen
hair brooms, nine dozen hearth
brushes, six dozon scrubbing
brushes. 30 pairs of housemaid's
gloves and three dozen round
blacklead brushes.
In allies
Her laundry bills were enor-
mousmore than 2.000 a year
AND EVEN SOAP COST
NEARLY 2 A WEEK.
it was a wonder that the
Queen ever got her servants to
stay, When they had finished
their long day's work In the
airless. Insanitary and beetle-
fiddrai kitchens they s|i*|>: in
ROSE'S
for Una ana
SMrt drinks
if i.n.K.m.H'Hsci-o.iri). v^-j
kj .:. winter that It
ibla u> occupy
the beds.
Moreover, i h e zooms the/
were little mure than cubicles__
h' nin J*" *"**" ""
Hon C. A. Murray. M
the Household: "Nothing can be
tfOM Wnlb all the boots and
Jhoeg haw t0 04 cleaned in (he
wrrants' bedrooms.'1
THE VAST HUILDING WITH
ITS INNUMERABLE PANTIUES
AM) STOREROOMS DID NOT
RUN TO A BOOT-ROOM:
Conditions grew so bad that
in ihe autumn of 1838 a com-
mission was appointed to sflisura
"order and cleanliness" in the
Palace.
It discovered that when the
plumbing broke down no one
was responsible for repOfUnsj the
factwhich no doubt xpUlnad
the appalling smell that

Queen Victoria's first Slato
Ball was Riven in May, 1838.
The Queen danced every dance
except "the valse.''
'Improper'
Next day nho told Lord Mel-
bourne, her Prime Mia
"It would not do* for In r to
waltz because it wus an "impro-
pSJT dunce".
Nowadays great Royal cere-
monks a re raheaiead m tiio min-
Ulla, jiut not in Vlc-
toria's time.
II. i r ronatkn was shocking-
ly mismanaged.
One > l : peer. .itU .,, t.i,,,
to perform the i u-ii inn i
honiAie. toppled o\-er and
rolled doun the steps
When the Archbishop of Can-
tarbur) mint lo dollvtr the orb
to the Queen, he found
already holding it.
Crown hurl
Ha also put the ring on the
wrong finger. It stuck there
and caused the Queen eanaldtr-
able p.tin before she got It pjB
The erown Urn -.he said, "hurt
me a good deal".
One of the first memorable
events at tl wag ihe
special meeting on November
23. 1839. of the Privy Council.
Jt took place in the Bow
ami as the Queen ant
make her ostCMratloi
were upon her.
Crokcr noticed the blush
which made her "both handsomer
and more interesting"
I trembled
Hiaj / u'onder >,.,
uas able to read the paper she
.
ous thai knew who
Hut she read her
i -thai to
'dear cousin Albert' of Saxe-
C'olurg-Gotha. ,
mire married the follow-
\T, ar.il tor the next 20
yean Prince Albert's renahla.
and indusbious brain
was the power behind all the
Unnrovcnsnts.
Th<- H t-.fl disliked
Prince Albert from the start,
and when he attacked thnir
dislike mined to posi-
tive loathim:.
Housemaids' pay was reduced
from about a year to 12,
l:siliK to 18--.ometlnng on the

outside could earn (though
Without keep between ISO and
45 a year.
The staff also had ihi-ir
"perks' until Prince Albert
discovered them.
Candle 'war'
I tiie room were lit by
candles, and ii look hundreds to
nil the great candelabra and
chandeliers.
Prinoa AJberl kerned to his
m-iv renewed
f, evrn If they had not
Itre,, lit
As soon as the company re-
tired for (lie niKht the fooUnan
hurled thasnsalvas at the liglft,
for each man was considered to
have "wen BUUtJ undies as
he could suize, and the loot
retched cuod price In West Bod
ll CO ends".
This arramcrmrnl was not
not only extratacanl but
di-KMeefull* undlsnllird, for
oeiasionally lincrinc KurMs
.'< dmtx.1 kn.kcil o\er
and the rooms plunged InUi.
darkness hy over-eager can-
dlr-hunOm
ordered that, in
very candle was to bo
burned until only a small end
remained,
Broken ice
Albert was in trouble
day before the first
' Ring this time
with Ihe lake.
It was frozen over, and the
Prince decided to go skating
under the adin
wife
Unfortunately, someone had
broken Ihe lea ..t one j
sod no one '
warned the Pi mee of the danger
-Albert e)|| never very popu-
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The result was that the HovI
skater fell r&to the |e) amen
and had a nasty cold let 9
chriataning, though otlu i *W
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The child, the I'rmi, e . I;,.j;d
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clu. Iw Princes* Anne of
I i)ii..:1iiiii:Ii I i -1 ii ir
In July. I8t4 there was trou-
ble at the wedding in Bucldnff-
nan Palace chape] ( hi i no*
Ix'en built) of Princess Augusta I
of Catnbridax'
Tui-hed ..in
'Hie Kmg .i Hanover. Vjc-
' "'' mule ..i,,: fuiim i-ly tin
notorious Duke of Cumberland,
felt that he was entitled to take i
over Prince Albert.
and tried to insist on standtfif
beside the Queen at the altar
l> pushing Albert out of the
way.
"U almost i um to a
ii. in the Prince wrotr
But Albert a*vr thr Km,
mi.nit push drove him
ieera j few >lcp*. and" the
ili.Mirderlv monarch wa* hu-
iled ut of Un ehapel
Even tins did not Quieten tin
Kuik doem. He was determined
lo sign the register immediately
after the Quean
She wai equally d< b
that her husband's signature
should come next.
As she made to mkii tlw- Kim;

il but the Qui <
herself and hei |
round the bible leaving her irate
uncle nuwoonad on the other
side.
CIOO.IHH) hall
One of the greatest evenu. at
the Palace during the early
years of Queen Victoria's reign
was a peat "Plantagcnet" f.mejr
dress ball.
The Queen's dress was the
m On Page 13
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talk of the town and the value
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* dowhood.
In her (rial Victoria oatclcaMl
that her mourning should be
-fig. Now she lived chiefly
i*or. Osbornr jnd Bal-
inorol.
Must of the year the great
building ..( Buckingham Palace
*ioKi untenanted a*Ve for the
staff, the drawn blinds creating
-\ dim twilight in th* cold. aJr-
onaj tod giving to th.
rofTuMtaj a musty smell
No* i:. in 1SB7 .ii the Pal-
ace recaviai iwrneUiuii wt lu
old l.riM, .in. Then for a
few brief weeks. It shonr
with the splendour of thr
agntiig Queen's I. olden
Jubilee relebra.tions
Ten years later, oi. June 22,
I8B?. Qui-en Victoria at but
laid aside her widow's weeds
put on a grey silk dress
red in silver, with a
In which white (lowers
and aigrettes nestled among
black bice.
Than ihe drove through the
erowded streets ot London for
her Diamond Jubilee celebra-
tions.
Last curtain
But the long reign was draw-
ing to |ta end. In March.Vu0
ihe Queen made b cony appearance. Raving to the
crowds celebrating lha Relief
of Ladyamlth. In May she held
her last "Drawing Room.'
It was not long before the
lap of her slick und the muffled
.-mud of her wheelchair were
ncard nt Buckingham Palace no.
ii" be CautlHued)
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HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD_____
BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES
BLONDIE
P.Y CHIC YOUNG
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AT Vt: 0(Pf AT LAST.
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BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
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SUNDAY ADVOCATF.
SUNDAY. MAY H. IM2
CLASSIFIED ADS.
IM 1(1.11 SALES PIBLIC MMKIS
TFIFPNONE zSOo
HBD
rob-ovOn nth
Gwendolyn Hot-
Han. HoMon He
Um funeral park.,
Lid Pinfold 11 .
for the Wratbury
I., IMI Mil"
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THANKS
AUTOMOTIVE
CAR One Vaulhall
0*4 Tjm la ccelmit
114 Orrfflth. PWhlrr
i Jam* lib Utre I
Ve beg through mil medium
hank* to all Ihoaa kind
____i who eent wraaltta and Bowel.
r In an* way e "retard i"-^
reran! btrwtan,.,t u-i !.
oik of our dee. mother. Liy
BejBa
Clara Rlackmar
____jhter. Lowaon Kallri
b*r>. Mbrrurl. IwnW Oi..i.d rhi.dreni
IN MEMUKIAM
tALY In loving niPBOiy Of H
Wife imd Mother. Oerw-'lne S.
flad on May II. 1*41
Aaleep through Jauu.. yea 1c
Prom ere.) Mrtl
aaajaaaggcg Cm
. ***. i balaaa
ns.a Jn
REAL ESTATE
-[..* Fill PURLIN and am-
dp* elra* b aidtd and angled roof
covering l (hi, in n K BO It two mjj
: Part each ...nt.intng 3d tr-_.eea and
appro.trnalrl, Joflgn fret at MrW
Ai.pl, t.. -. A Ycarwood. lianeon
I'laNtakon. m Gcorg. Phone WB
II ata
IM-NOAHM.
I prraee.. go.. .
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n* wi.
.,,.. C-r 1M1. (-TI.-.I
|aj T. re. ! ,.-
III i* an
Ot.rvt: imr*
a.....i>
til MO. Coupo In pactkoi
Apply rfoweaeUa plantation. St
CAR -Auatln A-TO. IMI nd.i O-nei
riven. U> perfect rendition Apply
I a NowHl, li.ial.j l'". Nt Thomaa
IT M~Sti
CAR VauJihall la ha, Salooat IMI. ID
ally Brat cla condlUan Nowly Spray -
painted. Dial MIS CourMay Oarage
The iptitt trees WOfc Chrlei ""
i.rBnt ^lv iL.ehanoV. Byron Orana
HriMii- Cordia. Gertrude. Duel, ai
Marii.n.. HeaJy -Children. l M
ajVWOL.Vf'MIEIVTS
OAIIDIN'U AND LOMHHQ lit Ba.-
Kl Hue" Hcu*. Craaaplea HI
ruff. Centrally toeated opposite Hain-
oii College. Apply in pereon Tewphone
tpy CLARISSA HECC1JES
liJJl _BJ
tjaop In Comfort at lha Maylair Gift
HhM. wrt you will and local hapd-
ark and iMeteeting glfli
open daily 1612
l"p to date Library
P klre Road
TRUCK 0 f
-f. p.n
1 4 S*-lt i
FOB HEIVT
HOUSES
ar
ALOWModel
A i it |ani
ii lumiahod Bat_
Loan. 3 badrwitt".
inning not and cold
meocea Dial
LTMdKI Hill Village. St. Jaioaa.
aaa Thraa Rediooma. Dining and
i. Electricity, running WBtor
a and aorvant ro.im
n..u-tfn
CAHIlKT. M...-.H F-.i ,.-.u.. i.l
J.tm. and Jut' Fully (unuahad fcpl
cullary and llnan Apply t-> Hit Damla.
uibbona. Pbona 81M. II i*In
tha aiaaHe
litXI
FARAWAYfll. inmip. rnaat. 3_o^-
L-.B- Faliy lumunad- Lutl"..* P '"'
Waarrniill aupplr Kntible Cur Pnrl. twi
artant roam*, rrom May I.l Phnn.
44TI | 4 H-t f n
i Koad.
IK>l- Fron. l"th Juno, ona
lt Bun*lo Co.nllr-d elttlnf *nd
..>ln| im-. bMrntna, kitthenatl
ItMl'l m>d "rtl lluatr.l, In (111
H Ona Hi Atutm A *u
_. naodWI Tataphona 4131
Scott A 5. Lai. Ill
!-.!>..r TllVCK
latlorni and food lire*. CouiUbj
4I*aa Dial atl
V i.n.'- UXfORD l* Modal, Ilka
HT, inllaauja under 1(00 Uul 4B1I.
Duxioaf, Uaraia. ' U.
I - Trl-ir
Priona MTT. V. A.
II AM in
I.ASTIMiS -NRAIt F-AVll.l
A Lana 'J*artly Stone 3-S!oica\ 4
tadrooxia with lU.ini. Several Otbay
Roomi. Opon aallary iProm A 1 Stdaa1.
I k.i.j BpaJi Olllaaj v. .:n M IFMdjaaaa,
1 T'.i in .ii>..I c cnvanlernaa. vn**
Good CondlUan. h, s-ndy -..en
Good ,md fcal- lUthlna. Traaa. Oarada.
alas Oaraca Mrd for 4 Car*. .,! alaaa
up Yard, Ideal and ri..u|n Land (u
ntrivort or rract a DO ftpon Hatal
Ivlt.*,.. aUo Pu,t*Wa lor
I late In-prettN, by Appoint.
. Only. IN hMMM ST, By
IhaBua Co |. Mora* Slora BuMnn.
I rrmlKi and Ha.ida.ua. ConvanlanMB,
Good Condition. Idaal for any fTlMlnaaa.
in- ;
I dan*, a Miin B Lara* Garaaa or
Workahop. .11 ConvanlncH> A-l Oaa>
dltlon. Ida.l for any Buamaaa Vacant-
Can Yield UK 00 p m. L'ndar C3 0
It NFt.SOK ST,-a
BlPliinit, Convenience.. Qood
i i-i ut 1>M M Uolpa
to (** a
Oood Condition,
tnr -I ..tit 11DI 4FBV W.KII i I
I I It M. BANK ALT. IB4I
I* (be endllan baldtaf .aaalally
mUhiI lairiJ (iltNT in) IirarAT
naaUUaaa la -t taaapb.
TAKE NirriCT l"-l I Atto.r
n* alHva PUnUtion am about to
a laan f EIS.0M uadar tha provtaMna of
tha abfrra Act jaain.l tha aaid Plantation*
in raaprct of Uie AfrKullUial yaar IMS
No nionay .taa baan borrowad undar
tna Aan> iiinral Aid. . iaa. or tM
te...- ai rti raanart ni atari, /ear
t*a|#4 thi- ITth dav of *. IMS
Truln. ReUtr of F. T COX.
Bar A I' I.VJX.
I IM i VIIOVVI
-. iaaa muM ^ " *h
olT.ua, form *Mril ran bo obtained
Ira Khool on atoMddya- FrKla>a botar.
Ta Ike >
-4-I.Ml
"'I'
TAKE NCJTICX
of r '.
-i- M /
L
Altornry, at
iboul to obtain
0 undar tba provialona
I apainat tha aald Plant*-
of u.a Adtlcultural yaar
.1 ii
tion
l'.J to 1KJ
hp been borrowad under
ral Aid. Ail. IMS. or tha
raanaBl nf aurh yaar
_ of Hay. ItM.
TruMan, Eatata of E T COX.
per A P COX.
Ainnin
IT l u an
M Aprlrut
n.ve AC*1 I
I) -.! tin I
' varanrlaa
n Cfcrtal
---------------School In
.ptrn-bar. 1M3
Exatmnauon will bo held at the
al I *> a m on aalntd- ut.
iwM Farmt of application ran Dt
Obtained trom tha arcratary. Mr i> E M
ataiona. at llaarkw-ii Coll**. and mu.l
r. i n.ed to him tiftlur with,a Bi/th
Bapllniial O-rUBrWa not It4t Ulun
i*P"i on Praia* SHh May. !
The i hililran of
M.K


Ma
Urn
Act. lujalitM
Rar. aouoi ana inner erupt of th*
d plantation to ba rasped In 1PU
Ho monay liaa yat baan bevroarad
-([.tint tha aald cropa
laitrd thi llth day of May, ibifi
r f pn^iittM.
HOUSE- Two .Ji roofed boordad nU
-iii.led Ikhjic with nm attachaal.
hrowAa Gap, Chalaaa Road. Apply to
Fi Mraa.r. Oranl'a Avc 17.1 Udn.
ELECTRICAL
PATT:HIES Edn-.n Ratlarl*.
Volt. II, II and IS plataa: |l Volt. *
II and IX purwa. Oat our prtcaa flrat
Dud Mil and 4T10. Da. CoaW ar Co Ltd
EhyftrtMl Dapt ""Ma
ELECTRIC MOTORS-', h p. 110 3*>
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>A COSTA CO LTD Elactncal
Dapt. HU-Vi
fJ*ISWAN BATTERY OIAHGFKS
I'll! charta up to II lb-volt Balteaio
thetr e^.lvalant at Amp. F"f iim
110 Volt Single- Ph*w circuit. Dla
oi 411" DA COtTA CO LTD
Electrical Dapt 16iSl-ar.
H.MV. RADIOGRAMS- Now Modal.
th 3 apoad Ch-nsar* nd Itrcord Cab
irt Dial JB7I or 41W. DA. COBTA *
LTD.. Eladrlcal Dipt.
- lC.I.H-
VAl ll'M CIJCANERS Tlirai- tlt*a U>
Irri from Xeeip- livarceaaible eornrrm
can. Dial 9*TI or 4IIO DA. COftTA
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II S W ton
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-SAT1AN PUP8 M' Iniportad KaH-
frr* ftlro Apply: K M. O Cooprr
Patr-r Phoaa Sl-dS.
II ft 4n
40 SHARES III tha Central Foundry
united Apply ea:
Maaara COTrLB. CATPORD CO..
IT. Rldfi -Mat.
NHARI-.N r.-l -.bai of OR-
DINAHY IIIAKBp in Til haivs
BHIPPINO A 1RADI.NU CO. LTD at
T. par hara. FYaa of it nip duty SEALY
CARRINGTON
:iiu Itn.
TMIi tllRACTItf HOME
An r>tri-n..K u.il bum. modem thr*
D*droom .or iwo badrooma and dam
HI'NOALOir al Maae aad aaaarala *aa-
ilrartlaa Combined forty feel living-
room and Sallrry. lultLV cupboardod
Canadian atyled kRihan Floor to relltna
cedar lined doubla badroom cloarta.
Attracti.ely laid out Burden with fruit
< .nipla loom for veioUblaa.
Garaaa with brrataway to Some ana;
drlachad aaif-eontalnad maid* q.uricr.
Ike Pr.peHi I. raafl. >n4 4.*|tnl.ll)
.naal'd ollhln ... naafe .t nala read
at M.Hhtaf Pb. IM; MI\IT.
13 l.M4n.
WAIJ. lU'llJHNG A -iilnuinllal two
. I.L.UHIIM. aJbiaki -t FUnk
Hall lx>er Croaa rtond. (VnUlnlnf
.patnira. gallery, drawlnf. dlnli.g, lour
bedroom', toilet and bath Ikianatalr*.
pi ii try and a>ra|a Standlrui on 14
he. o( land willi beanna li.nl Iraaa
(uilhor particular, apply on pramian.
IT S Mn
AUCTION
afaln.l WELOMFH
iii*m
TAKE NOTICE
' MM
nicS plai
M
AIDH A<*T. laaf
PlaataUaa. -i
I the dwmi of tha
ii-
Owm
n i
5-3n
la the ee-dllar. hal4ln
-,i.i...t SEA VIIR Pl
TAKE NOnCB lhat
Il.e above PlanUUnn t.m
an "f CXO under I
tbova Act agalnrt thi
aerUlty M...
I.n ..it St. I ii' -
the Owner of
about to obtain
ic provialona erf
,id Plantation.
. l"-.i
No i
i Agricultural yaar 1119
borrow ad under
:t.r> Agrunltural Aid*
above Act < tha ram may bet I
tap act of auch year
D.ted IhH nth day of May. 1PM
A SIMMONS.
Owner
NOTICE
Cvutomari nre inked to note that
Ti-i.-ihi.ne Number appearlnE In
advertlarmenl on patc-ll of the Claaatflad
Telephone Dtreclory, 1IU .hould raad
*m:i and not 4933
J. AHKINIiAlX WAT-KIN*
I ... Ilreet
IS I 13an
nohcbT
Tand. ar* Invited for palntln. UW
rtael .tincture il coahn and roof, out-
ride and inalde II eoaU aaehi, of
Karxinguxi atand II may be nceea
to acala all or part of .trel atrurtur*
before applying paint.
T-ndera inuil reach the '.ixlrr.iar.ad
at C E. llarrtaon Co". Office not labar
b..n Mnv IPth
Tt* Aaaoclatlon do*, not bind Itaalf
to accept the lowaM or any tender
the "mini on kain
! '"-!
tl.. M-...1: I
tth J
lakar not lotet thai
BOTa- rot Mlllin ai NOOL
laaaaatlab 4.hak>r.bla.
Traare will bo ana or rr
for POundati.-. Scholar, i
Chure*. By.- Foundatlot
ROY"
Saa
There
. MKU1 I II II S
FOt-NkATTON -. IfKX
a I Krruva HebakvlalMp.
Ill he
Vi .imv ,.i Uia
"hrlat Church 11- rou-irlnti
n Septeanber, IMS
An enunimotion will be held -t the
Ichool at M a m on SotunL>>, 14th
lune. 1MB. Forrna nl appllratlon can ba
.btai'ied from the 1ciretar>. Mr HEM
(alone, at Harrbnn Colleke. and mu.l
r returned] to him together With a Earth
it h.iptlimal CrrUDcabr not later than
I -0 p m rat Friday. Wth May, IBM
Candid Lilea miu.t he
11 Children attending an Element*!,
School
ill Iho chlldTkB Of partahronara o
' ChrWt Church who in rtrolt
nod Cklujjielajiiaa
13) Baswwan BM a button, i e
DEM MAI.OKV.
Aecrrlarv -Treaaure*.
Governing Bod>.
Ch. Oi. BOpi' Po-indatlon lehool
II t i-4n
CElBlST CHI in it
(.IRLS' EOI NUAll.iN SCHOOL
FaaadaUea HrkaUr-hlp.
Them ami ba one or more vacant*la.
r Fourautlon Scholar, at tha OnUt
Church GirU* ronndiitlon School
Sepicrnber IPS!
An Etenilnatlon will ba held at- the
School at m a m on Friday 13th
June, 1PM Forma of application can be
obtained from the Secretary. Mr D E.kl
Ma lone, nt Harruum CoHaoje, and mu.l
be returned to him li-oathe* with a Birtn
Certificate not later than
IN p m on Friday 10th Mnv. IPS3
Candldatee n.uat be-
lli ftat Chlldreii of parlahonera ol
ClrrkM Church who are In await-
Hied clrriiTi.tancea
BWrrn the ..ee. of ID and 11
Inclualve on the day of th" eam-
luce. 1*1 .
. MALOfTE,
ajarrrtary -Tiiaaajrar.
OoCH-nrng Hod".
Ch Ch Okli' Foiifwlatlon **hc
II 8 IS4n
WAMKW
HELP
AM AaUitam WORKS IMOINBaTJL
capable of euprrvuina; a woikahopj and
Fouwdry Ex p. .lea., la Raiaac MaBhin-
ery repair work dowrable
muat have knowledge af acala drawing
Od aaperMuce la The d.recuMn -I
labour.
Copiaa of roBaaw teatimontali muat ba
Ubmitlvd with apptkallon b< Jl-t May
ISM Pit partlri-ljri relating to eBlhrp
and other cnBdUUanl. app'F Bal Tha
Manager. The Barbudo. Eoundir Liral-
h-d. Pci r*..\ II. White l-erk Hood.
Bridgetown. Barbadoa 14.S M -4n
SHIPPING NOTICES
capable ol
reading liU
A'. Avi.'.,.: POeutkU
Mrkajaa i bJAajplM
ant. Applicant moat hi
taking katchao and
print*.
COpeM 0( recenl bnumonn.:* murt be
UbanittM with appll.-tion by not M--
tfoS. For particular, relating to aalai I
and other conditions. appl> to: The
Manager. Tha Bajbadoa Foundry Limited.
PO. Bug *l White Park Road, Brldge-
ump, IM.bad"*________________t-*> 6
1R"jk KrxrtH Wanted for thai
ftlirk Manof-ctun.jf Co.. LU. A Book-1
' i..,wledge of I
.,'.-... I
;.. .. BJ
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
vil is.. I ION (I Bill-1
S S COTTICA. loth May ISM
G" MBJtA. Hth May IMS
mi is., iii ri tnrt
m s uriAHJESTAI>. BJth May UM
>li IM. TO IBINII>AI>. rtlAMARIWl
ttB BBITlKll (.1 UN ".
f S CUTTH A. SSd Jlln* IMI
-HUM, III rAIASttlM ANN
RklTtBH OI IANA
- vrC.TOfl ,-a May IMI
M k NESTOR 13th June IMS
-Mi-a> i, TO TBINIbAB AM
Ct'RAXAO
M S FTBBA tnd lune IMS
P MtSBON. BN A CO. LTD
Agaaka
t* - y v
accaoi Cargo and rtarngrn lor
Dominlra. Antigua. Mwntaarrat
Nevta and St- Kltu Sam-
M-.nday BRh in.l.
The MY "MOffEKA^ will
Thimintra. Antigua Mimtear;.'
Nevla and St. Kltta SalU'g
FtaSky aBUt hut
The MY CACIOI'S: DEL
CARIBkT will accept Cargo and
i .enaeta f.x M Lucia. S'
VlnceBt. Grenada ...id An.t. .i
sauing date to be n .tilled
III UNOONfK OWNIk-
ASBOCIATION IM
.Waw*a Tale. No. 4M1
Canadian National Steamships
212
CASHIER and 1 Thratie Apply In peraon tween loom -4 p.n. or the Globe any day Be-IWUn
COOK-A rei.nbk> Cook. good pay lor tha right pa Street. ni't Bleep In. IT l.Man
SITUATION WASTED
i. m -ton
writer with knowladgo Of olern-a *ort
Con apeak and write three il UngueBX.
Bbtcollerit Radio Script writer dOBtrei
The Truth in
Your Horoscope
i like to know wh-1 the
for you t W-..-IM v.iU liko
aklll of Pundit Tabor*.
i Aatrolng-r who by
-nl HMtii I Ml Hal la ii. Arrrrea sail.
Maaareal i i.i ii.. Baatea lb. ii?...
i ACADIAN CRUISES -. Ar- f May 11 K*r
CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR. S Mas IS May M May O May
LADY noDNTY It May El May 34 May 1 Juno > June
CANADIAN CltAUJt;FJl M May JIB II June U June
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' \\ \I1IAN fill I9E1 June f : It Jute
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LADY RODNET U July 14 July '" July
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3'uwa 11 June I June i: Jung 11 JwM ft Jwho 11 June 31 Juno 11 June July
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34 July M July 5 AX I Aug It Aug
1ADY ROONBY T Aug. t Aug It Aug M Aug. IT Aug
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.Agents.
eft srll Oir bBtl of* fvi lliliig and rrmmm-nil
GERM MOTOR OILS
for
HIGH CLASS 1 IBRICAHdv-
t i;m HAl. I OI MUt LTD.
(.uaoleiu- Srrvirr. SUllon TTfslgr Street
ilevr, IBM Taborg n
r accond-dgtii
To popui.rue hi. lyttcin Taboro will
..-"d.TO" 'itE*: >our Aatral Inierprola-
Ufm Ifjou forward him roir full name'
'Mr. Mr. or MlaJI addroag and Bfcla pt
hlrth all atoarfy wrttlea by ynuraoS. N*
lad for Artrologlcnl Work.
I'-
rp. leal
' Portage ... .
| Poatol Order for ataUon
. -nrl rill,, Infarntlng 1N1__,.
I bo Blnared al ihe remarkable.
of hi. atr.ten.rnt.
nfTorra Brntn now a* tkla of?e
l>* *r*ao> again. Addroat.
TABOllE. ith.pt 113-Dt. Ifpp .
Street. BoBtlaay M. rndf*. I oatag- t
nl.-i
On occasions when only the BEST will do
JOHN D. TAYLOR SPECIAL RUM
(Wllh II.r Dtallm-llv* I l...,jr
Solves that Problem
TRY THIS SATISFYING BLEND
Blended and Bottled by
JOHN D. TAYLOH A SOWS LTD.
Rocburk Streel :- Dial 4335
I'HOI IMI PHESKOVTING
two *FIVE STAR'i^s*
Here's a firth. e,.,i,,Ht paaa> in moiofing hutory, brilligirtly
-ovri'fcn h- Ettt, trW *7j ,'M>r Six' -jnd ihe Toman
Ne\f?r MbTi n n* Ii BIT, ha*.: u'! lhc finf? Ccgltiret been
toconm i fM i' wmcthing larw ind
iioldbk --ii 'I i\v , Mrtto
Charles \1<- Enearney & Co., Ltd.
Ford-Trained Mechanics
Ford-Approved Service Methods
Genuine Ford Parts
Special Ford Equipment
Ottlc. 4193
Workshop 4203 Part. DapartnMnt 4IT3
Niqhl Thon. 412S


SUNDAY. MAY 18. IJW
SISDAY ADVOCA1K
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Vacant Peat w UlwHa, O.unl lleaaalal. Itarb.des.
Applications lire invited foe Appointment of trie hon-pcnslonaeJ.
poul of Radtograpner. General Hosafuu. Barbados.
Trc -alary attached to the poet ti at the rate of $1,344 X TO1.020
t B.W.I.) per annum, plus a temporary coat of living allowance A
ration allowance of SMO per annum Is payable and free uniforms are
provided Return ssaauges not exceeding 11.4*1 each way are pay abut
r.- not provided If the selectee Is a oontributor to Ike
redetated Superannuation Scheme for Nurse., the employer's share
I "ibution will be paid.
1 in- ..(.[-.intinciii will be on agreement for a period of S years lit i
i instance and will be subject to renewal.
The holder of the post will be required to asalat the Radiologist
la tin. Diagnostic and Therapy -ervtoea of the X-Ray Department
C.enei.l Hospital Candidate, should hold the certificate of Member.
hi|. of the Society of Radiograpbeni. preference Doing given to candi-
dates with the duel qualifications of Diagnostics and Therapy
Applications should be addressed to the Colonial Secretary Public
Eulldlnes Bridgetown, to reach him not later than th. loth of June,
"" 11.5.5!-Jo.
PAf.F FlrTl.r.S
can help you to success
through personal postal tuition
1 TV Ben:
r -N in i(T.p.i*in! |";iih were once nudcni. <*
The Bcnnetl College. They ihor tuccrat to PmcnU Poatml
luiiK-i The Braocti Ctdka* *av .'.- haw the mm ..haotx to
t*inhlf tor a fine career, higher r" ami wiaJ -.i-ojiiif
One of il>... counn will le--.il lo your ftd. .m>- iii.-.k
PART ONF. ORDERS
I .it.n,.f.4lf1i
'' B.flr-1.1
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rum TM-r.m
AM Hark- will patTaalr ml RhI
The B,.f,0ia--,t iii reJlfjari*- foi
'!,.. n*. or i aini ii.,,
'N r-.4,(lr.. ""
M PI .ciic win be held on Mon IS. W-d Si uM Th,,r B Hay U Uniform
I bt-iu. prartKr* until .Me, th.- Quern-, Birthday PatMe
1 .IH-lnl Utat Sliln.,1
'If-.I. l.ltN
All <-) N C O. ,
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APEX HAIR PREPARATIONS
inllNMiVt RABV OII>
N HP RAZOR BLADES
0 PLASTIC B1.NOCILAKS
| CXI ARSPEt/S trr-.lr-l lUoum fi
J SperUelM and (ilmw elaavr.
FRESH VFUITABLB SEED
VOI'R in: i G RTORE.
mi-.
f Jwl ft fa>w u,K off Broftd SI. la PR. \\\t H'y. STREET
Htfli 4441 or 2041 ;-; p. A. CLARKE
I > ">?> ? + a)>t*a)a)4>*4^a>a>a.
STOCK UP OH THESE
Tin- Annual Camp mill b k.ld at
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hanacO in Utrii ,1UM, Ow-ia Inlarm the H,S M
is K-Ts'ri.rEe,""" "" *"^" '
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US ( I'KRANT JELLY
(TIlM)
APRICOT NECTAR APRICOT I n I im. (Tina)
COT CIIOCOI.ATE (T1I-.I
OATMEAL (Tlnat
SWEET CORN (Tina)
OXTONGI'ES S-rfc iTInm
ICE CREXM mi\ i -
BACON i \-lii I.- .TImi
CHOH I1I1>W iSwtl(
AUXED PICKLES n..!-
OLIVES (
MAVONALSE .:-.
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(.ELATINE lPlu.
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GOLDE\ ARROW R V M.
B'BHhlXS % CO.. LT.
Roebuck Street Dial 2070 & 4502
fcff, EXCELLENT
Mm& resi lts
riyi mm hi:
nil.Ill 1 lUNtKNTKATKIlI I'l. I2X Gallons
Liquid Manure
BALANCKD ANALYSISPHOSI'HOKIl ACID (ail
soluble I 6.6'i
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Obiaiiiahle from all Groceries
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I'U.i SIXTEEN
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SIMMY. MAY 18. 15"
J
(.itAIII SAVES
Profiteers
Fined
Up Mi ; B. OnffltH.
Acting Police Magistrate of Dia-
irict "A" yesterday fined MurW
Thompson of fMteplaine. St. An-
i Marjorte Clemment of
Chapman's Line, St Michael. *
hi for srll-
ina six plantains foi 4fl cpu to
:
lalfM "hould have
been sold ! *
> 1) .mUI-
monthi' UnpriMCr-
TH i,l a ilh hiird iMtxiur The
offence i 17.
The ca.c \\j* brOUCht by !n-
Kustacc Gilt. Before
flniiitf Thompson an Mr. Griffith aid that it was clear
that both of them c;> MUM
and (MS knew thai
-.ina the law.
Mi (infflth alto fined Louie
Leacock a hawker of m I #
3 or two months' imprison-
ment with hard labour for selling
six bananas (not gro. nurht-U)
for six cents to a -customer
May 17.
..r. IU'H
DANCE
c.-.. M
SEA VIEW fil'LST
1101 Sf
HASTINGS DA It DADOS
Under new managerneni
Daily and long term ratca
quoted on equaat
tviuiaiient guaaia
welcome
Dinner and Cocktail
partiaa arranged.
J. H. BUCKLAND,
Proprietor.
)
KINO. th Csrlton goalkaapri. hvoi
Ii..;[ Of 'ii" K O Cap I'lnal FlXtUl
one of the many "HiaV at hU goal by B T F A
i at Kensington Ycxtcrday. Carllon artm i U.
iring the Brst
B.A.F.A. TROPHIES PRESENTED
lliirriion College
Referring to Harrison Coll** ; ""ing, a they
rren irtMa 0*9 were two do**,
of luck ttWj i' Krt a goal. They hud doro* exceed-
ii.iLlv mil :md he hoped they
would do botte.- next year.
The following trophies w*w
anted:-
B.A.F A Won by Notre Dam*.
Knock-out -Won by Carlton
Second DivisionWon by Notre
(steps Before doing no, Mr. Turner Dame
aid that ht Uld not keep them Third Division W
'. grudge Carlton their win that Inter-School-Won by Harrison
Rood
Jthit % Iniir Hoof >#### l*itiittiii
then BOWRANITE it
tlllll I IH'l/4-t It.
lot the Us; protrction aUta-nsl Raat aad ('orroalon uae
BOWRANITE g*ten*i PAINT
.' ParUieat l.iMa Iju-e' *<
One QftBgej Will rover 7O0-I,*M aq. ft. "
Kloeked In RUD. BLACK, in. GREY
r.OXVKANITi: |g oupplird read> mixed ->ii m it' i.i ease 1 they would follow in the ta
^ ..( Notre Dame,
had entered the competition with-
cut Uwli '' "Dutch"
Ht also c ngratuiaUd Kotn be said that It was a teamwhich Aght.nu side.
Dam, Rangers and Hatriaon played go. d football today and
nn winning the Second bad football tomorrow. He w.ir Thy r...yvtt football
i -till pleased to see that w" "l
tvclv they had some promising y..ung- "n 'he lading side in a Cup Final
In (ht side of whom h ' ' "' >* twonil. He
nanj-c-s. ht said, was .i new rxpcctlnk* much in the future. thought everyone would give a
... t! < competition whom no big hand to the H.F.F.A.. who
one knew when they applied i"i Major Fosler then a*Kcd the were a keen a- mustard. They
affllfatloii. but they will certain!) Hon'bw the Colonial Secrclary io kept plodding along when they
be known now and he hoped thar present the trophies. weic only one >tl behind and
They'll Do Ir Every Time
HeELSS/ QDH'T HAVE TO SET A
TlCr.vr-SOT HE LIKES TO SHOW MOW
| TOUGH HE TALKS WITH COPS--
ya. By Jimmy Hatlo
'SirF'He'S All SWEETNESS A>0 TEARS
rVHEhl HE UKi-QAC>S THE TAG ON HIS
FOUTCAL FL IH THE COURTHOUSE
..
THE MOST PKRI-'KCT AMD tIKUIKNT \V\SIIIN(.
MACHINi:
ift the ACE ROTA WASH
Compare these advantages of the Ace with Hiiy oilier
Machine.
(1) Really Efficient Service
(2) Faster Wash and Quicker Finish
(3) Amazing Dirt Extraction
(4) Capacity 1 m. to 10 lbs. dr\ cloths
(5) Every Machine (inaranieed
Then there is no need to ~~^^------------
Here's our promise to treat our Gentlemen Customers to a week o! Real. Genuine Bargains in
everything for Gentlemen.
The I'.irade benins at 8 A.M. on Mondav 19th inst. when all roads lead to .
W. E. WILSON & CO.
for the most thrilling Bargains of the year for gentlemen. ..
Don'l lv satisfied to merely read this and iii.amiu- uii.d the Barnanr; are. -.v them for yours.it
You in under no obligation to buy Or better yol send in your wife. Mother. Siflttr, Sweetheart Of
Girl-friend to shop for you. and to every Cash Purchase of $30.00 and over, they will he civen I"'- discount
-mi' or its equivalent in addition to the already reduce prices.
The following is merely an idea of some of the Bargains in slore for you:
slums
i 100'i Sea Island CoILm Shirt* in Blur. C.rrv. White
S and Tun 'd J7. rarh . :l for $22.00
9
;* Sen 1-1;.n.I .mil Egnttta Cotton Shin* in While mid
-; colours in all sire* Q S6.7n each ... 3 for $19.00
;. Master-Croft Shirts in Whiic and colours .i" SS.OO each
S . 3 for $23.00
8 Nvlon Sporl Shirls in White and Colours ^i SUM each
5 ... 3 for $23.00
Beaulifullv
Krnown
I). !-:iicd Sport Shirls hv Flite
prices from $2.70 lo $7.4$ each
and
Towellini: Tee Shirts Irom 114$ |o S3.8I each
Knillcd Ties
Shoes! shui-s!
Shoes!
The In: '..-vi
Town. Irires
$14.00 pr.
And more
assortment
from $9.ttl
DON'T FAIL TO SEK OUR SHOW
WINDOW DISPLAY IH KIM;
THIS 1-1 ItH'li
And numerous other lines of interest al
N. E. WILSON & Co.
The House offerini! real Hot Barcains for one III week .mis
31. Swan St. ""l :176
t
pay more
You cannot buy
than the Ace
bettei
Price $21739
Cave
Shepherd
a CO. LTD.
IC-13 BROAD ST.
Is*:'*
ITS THE
GENTLEMEN'S
MEMORABLE WEEK
AN
IRISH
LINEN
SUIT
ONLY $36.00 EA.
Ideal /or (he Tropics

P. C. S. MAFFEI
& Co., Ltd.
Top Scorers in tailoring
Prince Wm. Henry Street
w/.v,v.v/.v.'.v.v//////.v.v/,w.v.'.v.v/.w.v.v.-.'
Who is Barbailos'
Bonniest Babu
of t0S29
The icarchfor Barbadot' Bonniest Baby of 1952 ia on,
and mothers r: invited to enter their babies for
Barbados' Bonniest Baby Contest of 1952 Barbados'
Bonniest Babies are of course Cow & Gate Babies
and this competition is open to all bab'.es fed on
Cow & Gate Milk Food, th; Food of Royal Babies
and the B:st Milk for Babies when Natural Feeding fails.
iim.sk o.v si j'ii:miu it :io- nt.i-j.
Plastic Bells in nlain and fancy designs, nil sixes
prices Irom 4lic. to 9lle. each
dents' Athlclic Vesl. .1 72c. each
American Summer Straw Hats in up-(o-the-minute ,j
stsles. prices from S2.40 Co S4.40 each
Foil Hals from $3.3(1 tn $4.39 ea.
Worsted and Trooiial Suitings. Cream Serge, (.al.er- ,.
dine Si C.rev Klnnnel at prices as low as $2.40 yd. *
Handkerchiefs (coloured) I for 72c.
Fancy Socks in all si/cs |
American Sock. In Nvlon. Art Silk and Lisle Thread
with elastic lops from 80c. to $2.40 per pr.
i. l.lfe.r wllh l| ltd. I.an.
aasalsl i.hiii.. >h4 is.
Jail*, i.i'ni .1 lala
-.,..!.. Ai.arata- at
i-a Sa.rmh.r
Best quality Khaki Drill (8 J
oi.) $1.20. $1.50 & $1.6S
per yd.
nntti I'OKM
1 i. i r-iir i to itn r.rm.i.w COW tlATf LTD..
r.o *.* If tBlllm- Il-lliii. r.Tid.t.i.
I hrb i-im-i BV *"* '" r Hi--.* 1.- BoiinH-'t Oaby Cjnte-L 1SS3. and cnelo>*>
1
1 crr\,l\ i 1< Cow Rale Baby, and 1
MlM 1. cow a a, n h i Mrtx- to aWdp bi tht. datcnTan of Ui Sp.-i 11. Ctt-nmll-
i" .. JiicW"
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Wns m 1 Pr-mt Wlht
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Pa*

I
TH COW & GATE SILVER CHALLENGE BCWl
It ir r.l ti molaa 0*fj **
d>U> Oal a Ha linaa *or tn-are.l i
row a IOI Miis ros. ib. !
Nalaral iBSku laiu. Co* % Oalo
all iiiik' trm* laaladlna lahrrel*
Caw 1 Hal* Fatad ! ' bi">u>' In
raur nhi
far bafcl*.
ad N I"*
-.It 4*Mrar*r-J -*';
noa i- ioi k nttm iobm run it oit
OW & GATE
MILK
FOOD
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