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PAGE TWO SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. MAT IS, 19332 te REPAIR M'ARAHEED SERVKI I %  .l-rn l)r RALDIN1 & c* Asia ma.Bronf hifis Coughing, Choking Curbed in 3 Minutes F.VERTON CLUB DANCE %  h < I-mhcr. i , ....., t ltil. WAM'i i MM . % i a a % Hi' Qaltta> -•" i>n %  i—k ii%  I* l a Will .1 i || £33 QaJub CaUwef M R K K. WALCOTT. M.C.P.. and Mr* Wain *l 10'urM from the USA via Tnni*"•' flo**d yesterday morning by DWl H W I .A. after \irport 1 H Win absence for five meet I hen raon ri.pi i•*. I.-KI inn i i-l u*f I" lr-iilh HIHI %  HI PMH [. %  r.#i %  •-. ,. "-it" n In; laka i% • Ms A baa t Y.e.. %  %  II.. %  I %  .i ntaht and ha baa had a IbtWaf N< . %  V I I lima .1 all MGKDACO i !a %  y tMi-k i-uarant.. .' anlirrly arall. Ilka %  Maw parson, and tuny aatlarud altar i-klr,. It %  . i ay and I ha full purrhaaa pi b' r.fui.il..1 i;t HKNDAO % % %  ahM |.-Uv unl a* a how n li.niaiii ami MSf Bsstefc FTww. Tn. Mendaco' •• J ' Ml M -i. I... EMPIRE THEATRE NOW SHOWING X6t-lflH"1Df 5^4% a**"* BROADWAY'S BIGGEST STAftE HIT-NOW A WONDERFUL MOTION PICTURE! / TW3 hill! Canada Dry Gatsfsej Al...Canada lr> Water-i wo BJ*I k'.im beverage* for raising or drink >i freshmvnt "Pin-Poini Cakhkg**foa glV* ihcm the liin>. -lasiui* In.... | thafgi%n ran long Ui(inscT>H>>mcni. "flfe, 'IBP Manager of Standard Lif? M" JOHN HAMILTON. MhnUtM i for lilt West Indies of ihe Standard Life Aaauranee Company with headquartet* in Trimidod. arrived here yesterday mornlini by B.W.I.A. on a faur-da> 11. .:i-. VIM' Ha i,.' aaeoaa* onied by hi* wife and they are saying at the Orean View llbtcl v. i. -/MrI. HI Merchant M R. A. J HU1ZI-A0UIAB merchant of Caracas VaneMJCIB, left for La Guaira ve~ day momlng by B.WI.A. fte.,-mending a short holiday staying. I .=n the Ocean View Hotel. He * %  panied by his mti* ,. Il'.,i-. %  vnio.m Couple M R AND MRS K F. N N Y HUTCRINSON wlm were arrtad here three weeks atx, lay moming by BW.IA from Trinidad where .' a h.id i/cen on their hon.*>Old Combermerian M R FREDERICK RASTMOND. an Hi. ( nbara artaa who residing In the U.S.A. i 22 years it now back i l for %  holiday He %  rank men and is spendl r %  a month slaving with Mrs. K. of DaUulth Road • rtond 1-' a Civil Servant to the State Insurance %  ant in Mi %  York A viaw. taken through tha Jamaica stand, of thp Hr* Iilaod Cot ton display, at the British Industrie. Fair Miss Beryl MrBtirnle of atertal can be worn as she Trinidad, shows bow attractively thr waits to answer enquiries from visitors. After A Mor.th A rrER spending %  month" I rJay In Trinidad, Mis: ;;;^i, r Z n HarbrA ** ^^ •* M.l EVCIBWIA mormng b> Wedneaday. There were also ai • * Shell L*MI. -r . '*!" who, though new to Barha2?* !" ''"""'lation who arn\ed on %  .CCOUntant in Trinidad rjlu audiences %  mm .huled "evTl)"t-, jy h. ItW.I.A. fro,,, Trim. *A l(FM\'INC from Trinidad yrsTal numbers. da ''H* % %  accompaniod by his T* terday morning for a holidav The programme opened with faj SH^.*"." lh py flrc "' ,yini: -re Mr and Mrs. H. L. Cole -'musing prologue by Miss KIII'J "I 1 01 ,,0 >' l vi • .'ill lie spending three weeks Clarke followed by A La Bun Mr Kemahan who is well has lltf •! Hi -md Mrs. C. R. Aimae and the SIceDing ileaut\ Known hrt was '"*t in the island day Mugical Evening M ANY munol tjU-taM present i ning at the Judy Graham of Bay Wednesday. Superintendent Shell Leaieholds I N HARHADOS for s,\ **£* %  Attended Convention R F.V It j CHRISTIAN. Manager of the Review aii-1 Herald Press in Washington. D.C lefi last nigh! by BW.IA. fo after .ittending ll i' Lcaward l-l: A BBd Hev. G. C. Osgood fron> Maravpi Trinidad, who are staving a' tne Hastings Hotel. For Three Months A RRIVING from Vcne/u-l • Wednesday bv the SS. < olrmbit were Mr > and Mrs. Joaquin Espijo who are now hr-irfor three months' holiday staying tit ihe Hastings Hotel. Mr. Espijo Is a businessman from Caracas. Congratulation! C ONGRATULATIONS to Mr and Mrs. Marcus Athcih ol Lowar Bank Hull X Rond whcelebrated their 2Sth weddini cini Thursday. Aerial Photographer A RRIVING on Friday afternoon liy LAV. from MaiquetU. a/ai Btr, Gonzalo Plaza. Acruil rlkOtofrapher employr.l wiin the Government of Venertiel i He ovor for ten days' holi._ !" .^. . ... .., i s staying at the Hotel nslrona of "Sherbrooke." Waltz rendered on ihe piano by In S4y w '"en he was sin tinned t Royal. etm Hill. Worthing. Misa Judv Graham. There were ^ nn K Gurden, Black Rock beMr. Gonzalo told Carlb that the Cola Who 'a nephew of Mien vocal solos h> Miss Gloria or T hr ** %  iransferrcd to Trinlview of Barbados from the air \ Aimslrong Is emplo untanl 'iiii the Es %  m %  did -ed as an Selby, Mr. Stephen Fleming* and StandMrs. Leslie Cole. This group ended with a small choir of twelve T l; U., -1...L..J V .? icW ,n S ,n Ihe Hallelujah 10 Join her liutbar.d chorus, conducted by Mr Colls M RS. R E DELAFILED arrived Bayley and accompanied b v Mr esterduv from Georget'leve Jonea. Trinidad by B W.LA. tc The next group included Saw loin her husband. Rev I>laneld ^"O* bv Mi-. Ben Gibson. Ml over last week hHector BlackmanS singing of I'll arr spending as guests at Ca dtand the Seventh Day AdvcnliM Walk Beside You and Mrs. Paul bank Hotel. She wa.-ace-.inpan.ed w "hin*' My World and Thank Mr. Qulndsland is Sub Manager hei Lhrae children Trevo., t; od" For A Garden. Mr Valenc" f ""' Itegota branch of the BBd Hardin. Bowers sang Mothe, Macrae an.I National City Bank of New York Hat I Ma field who had been Mr. Hubert Globs played Madri/v_ i, ,., ying at the Hastings Hotel, Is * le "nd Sarabande on the violin. *-' n Holiday residence at "Sunset l groups included n dancr C PENDING month's holiday 1th his family ** Miss Urtfa Clarke and songs ^ with her brother-in-law and to _. hope to remain here for one by Mrs. Nigel Rudder and Mrs. sister. Rev. md Mrs. H. V Amimonth Bertie Selby. strong of St. Philip's Rectory la Vocal solos by MUs Judy Miss M. Hutchinson of Trinidad T" ( E H J T ZTS. T hM -KSras; r >^"o srSs s h w, a T vod ,crd v mornln bv thurch will hold their anarmmnanimenl -n,l-l iK. „.„. Z_ Canadian* End Holiday beautiful .mil from what little of the Island he has alreadv seen he like* it and intends to re-^.a. in reside) %  rPwRorklev %  -Ii Fair at Haitingi Rocki npaniment ended the pro> He week by T.CA. and U i a guest of Mr and Mr It. Talon of the Windsor Hotel BV THE WAY fly Beachcomber lames irch will hold their annual Charity Fair at Hastings gramme Rorkf on Saturday 31st May. 1962. Mrs. Challenor will open For Four Weeki Wat'j&wS STnT t : jd ou rs \ oh ^ intrtatj of Utility stalls refresh^rbr! r?sK %  "B^A^' ments. game, and a children's Mgia ttkllSKJF '" Fam> Dress competition which IJJri ,._! M nx "' u, will take place at 4 p.m. The ^lV <, Police Band under (.'apt C. E liaison will be in attendance xiiiSV *i I HAVING fo, Trinidad (AILING on Wednesday evening JLv B.W.I.A. on Knday nioimnu last by Ihe S.S. Cotoanbtc for wwe Mr. and Mrs. Kooeri Kun. 'EXPANSION in one dlrtcUOD 'rinidad was Mr. E. F. Ferrcira, and two childron They arrive-, L ^ Batani i-'lraction in another: 'roprietoi of St Ann's Pharmacy, here on Wednesday by the >t i a l" w nf nature.' If these ball < n five weeks" holiday. t'olembte from England and wet" word* of a "thinker" mean anyWhilc i n Tnnidad. he will be staying at the Windsor Hotel. thing—and I see little reason to eehflni with Mr. Louis Bapllste. Mr. Kuna is Manager ol the n-sume that the pronminioiien'..' r Romeo Streel Port-of-Spain. British Bala Shoe Company ir nowadays of people eulled thlnkFor Tennii Tournament t-'aalgtaa, St. Lucm. ers lum anj m.aning-: they BANCROFT ..ft to. Muaiciana From Trinidad KELfiSf !SJ?^HS £&£ ildad by BWLA. Air-VfR. AND MRS. PHILIP BER^^^^rTk-^^SSrJt ways yesterday to take part in BVJ. MUDEZ of Trinidad are at course vice versa, i wd..l thai the Savannah-Tranquihly tennis present in ihe isUno on lour a knock-knrxd rider eoutd suctournament which opened on months' holiday. They are flaytC ed In getting astride I rnda*. She was accompanied by ing at Ma reset Beieh Flat, St. without hunching nil knees unher husband. I^iwrenco. dcr nls ri ,in and resting his fee*. M.s Eric Taylor left by th* Mr. Bermudez is the owner of on the nags back, like lewold opportunity. Mr. EncTayBermudez Building jnd has an Marquis of Chasscnmuehcs. He several other Industrie*, could crask I walnut bet Banker From Bogota M R. AND MRS 1 V A K turn. QUINDSLAND and their two children War Jnr and BtttSM Louellan of Bogota. Columbia. A FTF.R spending ten davs' holihave just arrived In Barlwdos for I\ da) H Klngsley flub. Bnths holiday which they s hebn. Miss Winnifred Johnson WOO runs a nursing home nt .'. Dere Street. Porl-of-Spain and he/ %  totar Miss Emily Johnson, a Civil Servant att.ched to the Port-ofSpain branch of the Post Office, are now at the Hotel Royal for a further stay. Mlsa Winnifred Johnson expecthere for nlxxil nitHer I'hile her sister will l>e remilnins until June 11. On Caribbean Tour M AKINC a tour of the Caribbean area in the interest of his firm is Mr. C J. Songhursl M R. AND MRS. CHARLES Advertising Manager of the British URTON who were holidayAmerican Tobacco Co. in Englann ing here for the p ist few week:* He arrived yesterday mornina staying at Paradise Beach Club, by B.W.I.A; from Trinidad and r**urned to Canad i OB Thursday w||| l remaining for three days. by T.C.A Ing it 'he Ocean View Hotel. M RS. R. rrlnadi ii would be quire COJ;I to omif all mention of this article, to long as (he u'^rd \crr prinled in large lerfera on a bit of furuiiurc ii rinim. sou), or on fhc u-all of a room dtirina a plai/. Yrs. iruly, Ted Rudauncl:. husband leaves fi dad on Wednesday when lake part in Ihe Men's I> .i is a complete ban Ireatmcnt natural oils which dry hair lacks, il acts as heahhgiy ingh>non:il contains puicSilvikim natural food A few minutes' daily nuvuge wfek Sihiinn I onon with Cdl will bring ncv. lire, healih and vitality lo your hair, and will keep it pcdcciK groomed throughout die .!.n Silvikiin LOTION WITH %  Triminterest he will His last visit lo Barbados was IH his"knees, "and often did. to the ibtes yiars ago Mrs. Bermudez has shame and annoyance Of Ihe mav, ** ,,' visited (be island on many ocoi and the notary of laio-.iilhe Swimming and Cycling' cation*. and lo h e delight -,f the vlUagA RKIVING m Barbados on There j re both musicians and ers. The cure remained ncu*rw Thursday from TrinidJd b; havo appeared in many publu Snibh" T.C.A. wore Mr and Mrs Stewai I Performances in Trinidad. They „. tiering, two Canadians from * Interested in meeting and IV"!" %  -___imiir eorr." -. .onto who are here on their first P *y'ng for the public and are ^ *^\^ a l/Zn,\,i holiday visit. They have come " willing to meet a group of spondeni.MJ*. O over for two weeks which they are '?•'*' ".y > talent In th. api.e haf J^^bJ^SStT Ol jpend.ng as guest, a. the Hotel -WWof sem.-clasaie or classic,., •r^"**jflgf ^ "JSS tS Kirs, rjermuuez niays me ceim i'i""""" %  %  ? "" % %  "ainai MI while Mr. Bermudez plays the need be no further i "'" !" t £* viobB and piano. fit ihe end. when th. Mr and Mrs. Gearing have alVready spent a week in Trinidad, mosl of which time they were a' Mayaro Beach. Thev like swimming and cycling and have ridden \ from the Royal to the Airport ann rv'.um. • In addition lo the flowers, they ike the beaches and life in general i.ind. Mr. Gearing is ptnpnetnr Of Radio Television and Photographic Store In Toronto. %  l< Tlioy rp acc-n.ponir ..r •msins Km•'••"•V"', "X.X, for rhil.lr.-ii, Ralul nd Ijnrl Nmbbr, tniglil bt nnpliiii are yctling AI QUALITY CUTLERY ksti von huy. Wr .MI. .I.k ill this Miinlity in ualiern> thai llllVI ;\ Look al Ours. LOUIS L. BAYLEY BaUa>i 1 am Ph.me :i5Mr9 OF and Aquatic Club Gill Shop Phone 4t7 I AMU A DRESS SIIOI* (Next Door lo Singer) LARGK ASSOKTMENT SATIN KLASTEX KWIM SUITS TOYVtCMJNr. BEACH RfBES DKESSKS for ull IKCUSHIII eilii aao aoua-u ,u laaJUi in •*> u i ai tnr cooauiat*. l\ autef i is. lint i> raeWl iS: ino—not lounii. tf )tm& t* LADIES' "EVER-REST" SHOES WITH HI II 1 IN ARCH SUPPORTS IN BLACK AND TAN COURT BLACK AND TAN LACE 0 Slt.tt NEW LINE MEN'S SHOES — SUEDES AND LEATHERS M.33 TO S13.M T. R. EVANS fSc WHITFIELDS DIAL 4J20 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 460*. i



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-. SUNDAY .vnvoc.xTr PAG: rim Ai II.. ii PAINTING THE CLOUDS ir.. .. II. % %  %  UN IlNG THK %  at i he Plaza. I I breefcy Sfngtani low versus marriaifp-f"! moitignll a'l famous i" the s*;i" |R which .1 %  %  over which supThe. atoi serves mostly aa a aasieana < tasaassau dancing of Gei e N.-i vaj) ibis singing % % %  old rv< n ites b^ ,'""", Pl< colourful want Inteneoeen i-. ^TWL V. %  cinia ouan, rni %  • a profosi , om frQ(n the Whet. Lucille M -ogpthcr pointed ha decide lo go ID !.T V love Joes srtn e*U the wheel" of rom BSSSSrOUSt) oil phere of luxury %  The buy the dance sequences in which Gene Nelson• >kill Thr has full scope. The \ comhinntinn | by the gum and and controlled cnlistlu-. Nelson, n one of them. II l %  1 soring the %  i %  cannons imtaJn ami %  •heir wiy %  %  Intabwd. i i %  %  %  %  i h. while i % %  "•color, is ilarli i a fluor mi'lcr (hat chitm typical h Latin and i ; "*' ur\ *enlation %  i %  %  %  A in . ,„_, RED SK'F.S OP gan—anil she to look at, but has %  rrlvs In tuna know.* how tr. DM tt. Borro from radio, from th two duel Men i did see. it would %  v. .i lutla inhava on it 1 am going Virgin pass on and It will give you and roori the t'lm the rota who SU • %  Ire, 01 FARM AND GARDEN K> AI.KHOI \ \ II.1..M1F rXONtlMKS Wg arc ap pealing this week especially to village folk. Last week we i welled on the question of windbreak borders for the garden and the use ol dual purpose plants for this purpose Mch as pigeon pea and t.iiinea corn. In many COUOtTj • rr. sultablr wind protection is not always enough wl i I . rut ttraytag stock acts as a atrong deterrent lo the cultiva'i n of food gardens. Un complete E eon* : in Bn ly. hiillalogiie > . i. 11 UUa %  tha %  %  w n %  beautv. •ptooda II IIKNNIB MOIIOAN JAMES CRAIQ Foretl Hra>mbats false eg • I | i | n and cx%  %  %  %  i tha blaze Bd %  I Of | ,,, I the men • work with dan by the Splendid %  u Techiiicolt r i .., ii \ ieu i ol • rni finally, th. ans." It. ihard Constanoo Smith lunter. ESTHER WILLIAMS who is f tursd In "Teas* Carnival" now Hhowliia at Tha Globe' Radio Notes In the coming week the BBC will broadcast two plays In the rl Oversea* Service The : is on Wednesday, 28th snst adaptation of Henry Seton Herrunan'l "The Last Hope' will last for an hour beklng at 9 p m The second la/o de la Roche's 'Whileoaks' i the distinguished actress icv Price taking the par! of in' This was the play in which Mis* I'rlre appeared for 827 per' mances at the Little Theatre m 1936. which she revived j.g the war and with which has always boon particularly Kiated. In it the plays a cenW i-i .i* you "ill know If you have road the story Miss Price now no more than a sprightly venty-two but has a way oP deputing with the utmost convlcthe characters of very old ladles. "Whtteoakt" will be on the alt tor an hour and halt beginning at 8 30 JI in on Satui • day, 31st ln.it. Both Ihecv plays will be broadcast in the 25 and 31 mctrt bands, 11.73 and 9.58 megacycles respecUvely. The Week's Music There are two good musical programmes from I-ondon In the coming week The first is the regular Sunday evening 'Uritlsh Concert Hall" which on the 25th LOS| will present Music from British Films played by the London film Symphony Orchestra conducted by Hubert Clifford. This begins at 9 p m The second is 'From the ThirdProgramme on Thunday at the *at!i time with thre t songs of Henry Purccll'i and Gordon Jacob's quintet fndon Quartet. In addition lo these two full-length programmes we lake this opportunity of reminding our readers ot the weekly quarter hour of Charlie Kunz at the piano which Is on the • On Pace IS To ke€*p that spvvial appointment 1 This is the punctual friendly clock that reminds the norM of it% appointments -aVK lupn Smith i cases with plated i ut alarm ilt\.k "Uh 4-inch dial Bniivhr r > %  /locks I.U SinM/f/akmd oat AI • MI i AT ALL I.UHU jr. aa i. lias suvii i tffmu oan %  %  ttpO aid complete loss uf hope We ha\ • %  some of these vill me-. reeanU] and the 1 number of idle >poU attached u< cottages is aaUMushmg. In the aggregate, the are tf of these unu&d plots, would run into figures Can we afford this ayrt, or thing a should be directed lo I mics in the home with less dependence on the bnpo con*equentl> finer visits to the shop.-, win i. n : %  I' ., ilMHIt the home, while UW n i no lack i evidence that there n pISBtj .i leisure and uin. time, the teplui varj the ii k |,M.I>; m k the majority think that in .'. number of eases the Vacant 1 to BjUsani too occupied otherwise u. bother about them But. run-: i.f %  •.• M .' %  %  ently are not uiteu-stwi in thu things around them, and in the absence of village leadei.s and community intcrv.t leading .to helpful n [versified activities Ui ho nw m aki n g, Uv The sad part of it is that with a lew ibowen tinsoil la so i tap on *ive and short aeaum crops soon catch on. Tine, i here and there which show son* pride in ownership wttl r-ring shrub or two In and an jnrxpensive btll BM DSM k wfinli not anl.v penni'.N prlv... > bill -Hows a numf-h.ip acttvltla* to be punued fir. of straying stock and the cui l These .... in, . %  the know-how u all the?, urge and the arlll ire ksehlng In mailers 'iich as drainage and sanlUtlon Ihe isl.iinl bles.-.e.l .mn the tmlli is that \ ,1lagc life generally is so easy and free from otlmlnlMrative compllMlage orDisnisoticn is allowe-d to fend for Umetll There is a givat deal of diacusslon in connection with th.' saaude Report and < nave nc had tlie opportui it In detnll it hardly coo in the put column If we are pat one general lonniitril. huu.vvi. a wuulil ba thai aonaidvratioD might wall be given to the possibility of providing a measure of responsibility In matters of village administration umong the people themselves, especially in the very populous centres. Encouragement at trfVt could be formation 0) Village committees fol pad I urposes. Thu-, in ou lurrleane Relief CORUI each large vUlagi ,. tieim ndoui u %  I b formal • %  *• %  conesrnlng ihe nahira <<1 hum* canea won hi l>. all arrani,.' fornu "f aid cont" Ued by auch a eonunltl %  headquartei otflSBlsaUon. Agal a Food Production Con. %  irovlde the drive and m I the DMtUH jffeating food plot* and thr uje if unoccupied land could accomplish a great deal, bsctudlng even (he selling up of marketing anl cullictini; depots There Is much to be done, but the people must be trained to help themselves And there la no shortage of possible leaders. i.anli'iiiiij! Hints For Amateurs Cabbage* can be grown all the sol aid, hut their beat time i fron Oetohei to June. Cabbaces are grown from Imported seed, and It Is advisable to get ">ur ><*ds from tha Department of Sri. nee and Agrlcultuie U is UmJ eng how the difference in tlie d.o^sghi hours of one couii: %  lo iinuiher will affect the KfOWth at s-x. When the seerlllngs first JUST RECEIVED I I'. I II III. s PAlJ\roL COUP MOTlU-Jl OSXAVBS A'OBM EXTr.lUSINATOlt M'ATTS IIIIU4 sr.KDB RORERT-I SYRUP i>r COD IIVKM AND TAH UVONAL 1 .MUCKS BI*K*I MIXT HAI-IVIhUL CAPS •. uaor* MVCOZOL uo €. CAiLTON BROWNE \\ hides ale K-UII Iirngglsl 131 goeboek Rl Dial M13 romp "P. leave them I bOBM until they are f six inches tall. Whei i IUCII growth has been all i % %  thi-v must be trnnsplantet: > • big l>ed. Thi; oe i ,. haahead* r>,. udvlatd, ihould be la an open sunni* position, and mu-t be Mil before hand with pien' .' asril rotted pen manure. Befoir ihe seedlings artplanted out -• that the l>ed Is In a damp i mill \ condition suitable to receive th, s.t'.lling^. plant diem eighteen inches to two feet apart they are firm In the ground, and, do this planting out job In Ihe late afternoon. Careiin: for the Cabbage* TWO waaki after the seedlings have been planted out give them an appucanon Of V.OJsC (garden vegetal le manuie) and sol weeknfter this llrst appllcalion of manure, give another one. V.O.M is an excellent manure for th. vegetable gaiden. but it must he applied carefully. Sprinkle H on the ix-d brmrea ihe plants taking HI. not to let It come hi eontael with t<>e leaves. a* It Is .nit to blister them. Break the lurface of the soil over the V.G.M. "h a hand fork and then •*- %  it In, To i ..iiin.ii.(he Supply Thne to five months after sowing the seeds the cabbages should be headed, and ready for picking. Mil* long l>efore this. In order in Reap up a steady supply of Cabbages more seeds should have been sown, so ttiat there will be isbl %  ages In at least three stages In the garden at Ihe same time To keep up this rotation seeds should be sown every few weeks. Disease 1 of Cabbages i :. ,i., .u el tit % %  att.u k cd by small green caterpillars win Ii. ftilling OR the cabbage lain reduce them to skeletons. id. ire often the cause of the cabnages forming poor heads, or no heads at all. Al the first sign of these pests, the cabbages should be dusted with a mixture of: Pans C.reen 11 part) Slacked Lime (7 parts) Put the mixture in a bag and dual the planta when they are damp. Hind picking of the caterpillars is also elTet tiv. It must be remem -ere.1 USSJ "Paris Green" Is poisonous and onQ the outer leaves of the cabbage should be dusted, as these a* later discarded. I VVOI HI I. FOR FLAVOI I! "ASIITON" JAMS AND MMtM \l Mil > 2 are making a STRAWBERRY 55^ per lib. jar LOGANBERRY APRICOT (W. 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PACE FOUR SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, MAY 25. 1952 cer ME no w.i. BOARD JTOREVHE Fantasy Wins In Bs B.G.mn Shooting Cup: B'dos Seconff At Twelfth Regatta RACING NOTES . -ut:\ mini OBTAIN ABIE FROM ALL LEADING STORES LOCAL AC! NTS J POTTER mROE BY VEROEEVERITUTQ.nTHERSTOnE.En&LRnQ Glands .Made Adlve and -Youfhful Vigour Restored In 24 Hours American Doctor's Olicovory Strengthen! Blood, Nerves, Body, Memory, Brain, Mus* do %  and Enduranco— Bottor Than Gland Operation!. /.;. a & top/'/\ T*** dmtotairWon l; lilld of Co nlr..| b€ ^'. p, ? c d ln 'hnYrent hands since their Annual General Mecbng in Urit ,.,,,,, when Sir Errol Do. SanioaTnd Mr C A Mfrr, replaced Mi R K Kunes and Mr. D P. Ucy n and fsecrclarv respective!* . J*ff i*!^'.' 01 "*! l" 1 i in,, "* d ' reoched a u where there must be changes to relate It to the general conditions obtaining in international crlcgi-: IM-VITABLE T WAS inevitable that distinct chances would have to be made M. almost at once and it was safe to assume that even without a change in the personnel administering the affairs of the West Indies Cricket Board of Control that amendments would have to be made in m conditions With the election of new i.triceri to boot there could never have been better scope afforded for the introduction of these changes Peculiarly enough, however. I am considerably worried over the first change that the new administration are reported to be planning FANTASY was first in the "B" Class when the Twelfth Recatta of the Royal Barbados Yacht Club was Blltod in Carlisle Bay yesterday evening The boats sailed north about. Ranger was second and Mischief third, fourtr Sports Wuutou STARFISH will mt" Queen'* Collage and Ooldflab the Umu bus Convent to end tin&r*t round of the Ladles' Watai Polo ganai at the Aquatic Club tomorrow evening. In Division "B" Polic* are to play Wtaipporays and Bool taa Harrison College on Tuen day. Thursday, Whlpporays "A" will play Swordflsh and Bom tax "A" Snapper-. r wilful VifBtir. ABIHIWB fsajsrar. % %  Ia> ug n triinj No ;(.-i|fr U II Tiiiuin far >*u (o iiifT-r Irum Lot* ef Vl|„... S n4 MtnhM7 ••• W-m-.iv •* Mr. ftfMBim. IMI WfuO. Sl<*l akin. DtotMMn and Koi *„p in.ifad i icinlT iak thi* uraplr l !" Irratnrri a Itw fli>a and vo* 111 r nd thai jmir ju,r u > it..-,. •r la mi* diaf...( .nun M Ni and nuralif %  %  *•• E putt l %  %  %  • .-.,-, . .•< %  ai> .na.it T MOBMB U in [.•* %  •: i 1 ar lha.iiT/1 il it 14 )•< Wl.l *ai<-ita tablfi .... •I* ha.a %  •* th than an •ihn authod • Aforks In 24 Hours Trill paw ixa4.it•) dmevaii, known Meat, ha. e*en waitd r (r.o.pi m:a and in MhMod rtn, n >. n almoal mirtcilcm It ni -i"*i (in.I. taiai mat lid 4rArd all eMi.. %  imar.t It Ml r.ir. O.un.1. In I* hou 61! 5*W1 '••' %  •"••etei the I : %  %  eOei %  -..,) .„. '"* IxQaili nai —n and wnan In a>i4dl< or of*M atn %  a - %  • I . %  .,. r MOO" r U i riai ..Hh.unt.nti..! .%  rrl. ^4 it:, aalatl %  •I mi. larmuia. -nih •ti.t ila ipl-ndid rirwia H Bn in* .itM aiaMv -.i.., ,^4 litti—'muretra apprlila. •unat ar'alai RreMta la . % %  n*r'et.L 1 %  :, ...u paeata" at Guarantowd To Work V,.Tafc. at. ..(c.iil.i and la ilti-if r-. ,.,.i| M I.I. If ar.d .f..| T i 0 mUlKnt in Atn.n.. %  .. • aoa al lit ofnarDiLI* .uo.i, Vi IM. ai. .... dittnautad h, CI--UU hi!,^1T dar a e-aatantra al < <• Fa. Ihla aaaaan >•• ano.id nd .I ( ( ,..I,I drulk and l.filaiin't'i'o ih-tWlitat'iVtani ". %  ry •>•"• Viteea r,ci anl> h... wa li-.r II.I.HI wiKin t hrlsinc NEW PAY SYSTEM IN A RECENT issue of the Trinidad Guardian it was reported that the West Indies Cricket Ilonrd "1 Control, whose Headquarters %  „„-,.. *'-,:. %  .are now in Tnnldi.il arc ulannina to abolish the system of paying % % %  %  r r p ii art in West Indies cricket and substitute ihe 1 --------:.;nd .1/ a bonus for hirh all players on the team would be eligible. On the face nf it. thin in a wonderful departure from the established custom and one which I would support wholeheartedly m WHFN THE TIME IS RIPE FOR SUCH. 1 have always argued, long baton the Went Indies Cricket Board %  bones about the chances of tola ot 407 for 5 decIarcd Killllsl >hot the chances_of the Leicestershire. ripailmanl Thla mllliana %  iiuS.i'rt but your on patt ulai rai lhaUel Baalur *ourlt rwr m r i vir*M il ailh Ihla •*!* |i. a nr. Ilir 4 .*„>. It. and "l.llt,. •nll..Mh.', ..i ,|,,. 5/f! daaair-nr'ndlh '.!/:;' botila'ai'Vl Vi'raaa T roajf .... %  liatal) w lhal v loo -Il %  we fan ea. • i!.'.* H 1* '".I! Vi-Tabs BUBSB aVsasni *;..,,',,...,/ and lifeJuy TtW^*^-*^ OBSTACLE I NSURMOUNTARI.E however iii my opinion is,Ihe obstacle of imimth.i'.e ptqutri mania and expedlen>> In view of Ihe forthcoming visit of an All Indian laam to the West Indies early next year. Skipper John Oodda j d, who Will in all probability captain tho I West Indies in these series, had made %  Wl Indies against India. Be > .... State iSS! P^SSsi^SS 10 WE CAN OBTAIN p la A yer 1h Sunce'r 0 r Sw r w,th M G d l.! This means that Wt MUSI I . | Frankie Worix-U. e.ri hU"ThiffS acice In fir. „ % %  ?,. M crlck A rnfkLTg SrJu of the" tth.,1 is the position as far a, these players are concerned? First Glamorgan total of Sfll against and foremost Worrell and Waekwa nan b--en made some very nttracSomerset tive offers for t i| coaches during the winter, the same One place where batsmen did time at which the Indians propore to visit us. • not get on top was ;.t Rushemten where 20 wickets fell for 319 TEMPTING OFFFKS AHer the Surrey acor. had reachV\7< %  RRBLL hai been offi red < ogagement in India with ed 15B for 2. the England kij.|i< T v* piesages nnd ex|ienPN |uiid f..r Ins wife :md hinwlf and We<-kes Freddie Brown and Australian j has been offered something on similar lines in CevI >n. lefthander Tribe brought about ;i If we take into eoraMdwratlon tha ilniincinl resources of the West collapse, the last eight wickets InHir, ii is obvious that we nmnot offer these professionals any falling for 24. Brown who linishBttracUve M .it leaat Ntlatacton counltr Offan for their •ervicea here edwlth 6 for 42. at one siage took during Ihe Indian tour if m further complicate the situation by ' or 2 ln ,ne course of twi 0irei1n| ahtm something which every member of the team will g*''Trtbc i %  I'MC theory is a sound one but certainly not one which can be implemented without a gradual progress Ion towards this goal as desirable as it might be. Let us take the ease of the l4R Australian team to England. In addition to then expenses and allowances for kit and weekly com; mitmcnls. they were all granted a bonus of £800 at the end of the I tour. This is a standard at which the West Indie: I salute the time when u is made pri U AFTER last week's lilt at the classification system, I decided hat Ibis week was not by any means too BI Ij a tune to have 4i the framing of programmes. Actually, it tics in quite well with had to say on classification, since, is we shall see. U re dependent on each other, if we are to achieve well balanced acing. in which good hursts have a chance or earning their Flirt came reward. As I see it. rating in 'he West Indies should be so designed, that — (n h r riass went Ihe mOBl P" n table **!*• %  "' burses for an owner lo have, would be. to "g2£ G.nnet was aecoVd "" '" a ( " A cla hon * r %  ,KK l> tK 5 * %  T ,hew **""*<* -h,U t,mn ??rne trdrd ** iaa,,Q f C,Ai,W th rcnll> '" '"Gn'il wJ" P riAt t e Intermedt*"? compete.,n H iaavaaj but these are excep.ions. at late Clasa Reen was second and % %  •* %  lon M ^^ P 1 "*-*" 1 r ' t importation continues. Coronetta thud. NOW) prior to the War. I think i" would be fair to say that racing Sinbad scored another victory WwJ U K ,nied on the above lines. The breeder, or owner, of a good in the D Class. Seablrd was secp pi,., creole—Baclu-lm 1 Vtofft, or Dick Turpln. spring to mind oi.d and Hurricane third could be certain ot reaping hi* reward in D. class' while the owner Honours in the Tonindo Class of .,...,. ihe Brown Ayah, would imd ample went to Vamoose Ednl was seeopiJOrtunl tiea of winning lucrative prize, in A. How doethis situation compare with what we rind to-day? 1 think we shall find, on Hiiit'.itiou. that undesirable changes have taken place. Let us take the case of D. class racing first. During the War as i ted classes standard fell, and the intensity of creole brvedg increased, good Creoles were produced, which were capable of inning races in A., B. and C. As a result, it beeime usual for tha itstanding Creoles of any one year, to be promoted rapidly Into tear classes, where owing, be It emphasised, to the subnormal standard of the imported horses, they did quite well. In the years immediately following the War, they continued to hold their own, hut. as more and better, horses were brought out. they fell back vtcadily. until to-day, it Is clear. Hint only the very best can hope to succeed In this company. Unfortunately, clnsstilers seem to have ban llOW in appreciating these changed conditions, and are still o rush the best Creoles ,,{ ihe year through the creole classes, and into the importeds. Hence, instead of lhes£_ood Creoles ;u cumulating in D.. us used to be the ease, the D. class then constituting sort of creole A. class, we have D. denuded of horses. Now those frame races lake a band and seeing only a few potential entries i. proceed to cut down on the number of races for this class. What IS the result? .We find good Creoles like Mary Ann and Watercress. PARIS Mav 24 starved nf opportunity, with 3 races allotted to them per meeting. In the second round of the while F class 4-year-olds and over. re specially ""f^*' 0 ^ !" Men's Doubles. Ken MacGic K or L.tler. with rare exceptions, are downright bad horses (how bad they and Frank Sedgman of Australia were last meeting, was clearly shown by the performance or the u top seeded pair. Irounced Ismail class, Betsam, when he ran second, in this company with his full shiro A weight), and it Is douhtful whether their presence should be an8—0. 8—3. 6—1. In the third couraged on the tracks at all. Certainly, in my view nd of the Men's Singles, Budge pense of good Creoles, like those in D. who ntertain any hopes of a profitable meeting, even as was the ease with Watercress into B. Tm %  alutsoa is staple, More races for the D. classiand less I ustUng Of ihe good, hut not exceptional, ereoles into £. There are sums that both these desirable changes are being considered, but. in my opinion, they are overdue. To obtain some idea as to what is happening in A.. 1 went 'hrou^gh „„ old Race Books, starting from 1947 up to November 19M. %  P* ,lod During that time, I total >f 80 r ice, were framedIJW "* A class, bv the B.T.C.—four races per meeting. Of these races. nnl> ., x ,; ... p going tn horaai < ****** %  g-. and 2 to horses classified in C. Now It It MjHQr. gjg out that thunfortunate A's can compete, in nolOther c^a M but their own. and it seems surely unjust that Just under half of their tares are won by outsiders. To mk mailers worM, lb. A. c1a ? r.cc. I" Barbados ually con.il o. one 5',. one 71, ^ • ^SP'gLfLS S? mjllnl.' ar^A^MagsAM r-as? 3 SKtiW-mw|^H2i* T. h.ndlc.p. M all II Ukfe ."> !" !.. h j! esult. a really good racehorse. >nd and Comet third. The results were as follows: — B Claar—I. Fantasy 2. Ranger 3. Mischief. V Class:—1. Rogue; 2. Gannet; 3. Scamp. Intermrdlate:—I. Gnat; 2. Keen; 3. Ccronetta. D. <-U:—I. Sinbad; 2. Seablrd; 3. Hurricane. Tornado I. V;m..vf 2 Kdn 3. Comet. Australians Beat Eg^tiaiis ;;;V LONDON. May 24. in most parts of the country, lialsmen were very much on top. Yorkshire's Vie Wilson, a lefthander made the season's topseore iS.'ffir*^? fi5?Ca*!? Acf,,' and Alec S,„.k of Ewpt". Patty of Los Angelc. seeded player, took five feat Jacqiu* Paten of Belgium 6—2. 2—6. 6—2. 2—8, 6—3. Darkncs.i halted the match between Erie Sturgess of South Africa and Fiance's Paul Remy With Sturgess holding thr edge Sets went 8—4. 11—9, 4—6. 9—9. —r.r. Kail, v Cracks 200 Met.rs Rt • onl ._ not at the < are forced, if they to adventure into C. or LONDON. Muv 24. MaeDonald BUlav, iirmsh sprint hampmn ran the fastest 200 ho had 40 hit off his flrst metres accomplished by any six overs without taking a wicket British athlete in this country fiiiUAed with 4 for 82. when he returned the time of 20H Northants in their turn were aleecs. al London White Citv II ways struggling against Surrey's WM ai^ tne spe ediest in Britain pace bowlers and after Surndge bv any athlete on the curved track A A? d lL Cn three .u qulck w S^ft and *• %  nfth of a second bette, an V) !" "gh 'he'ail than Mel lotion's winning el!.-!-. in the 1948 Olympic Games at Wtmblajr. In Wesl Indies erieket achievement 4tmnttteatert m th ATLAS*A B UT certainly that we hav there is not time for .-M*-! be accused of having lulled NO MONEY MADE ilh a (our to tha West Indies, and experience h.ii never made money on M.C.C. tours to these pa to finish with five for 49 out of thi might well aim and ,0, l * Unimportant milestone The ^'f board: Essex v Ballay was com India 195. Essex 144 for 3. J?j£ CawSElT Gmes U Glamorgan v. S .OMe rsat crown hU great afternr-.n which made full amends for his recent failure In I .on Amtelr*. Bailey Gloucester had won the 10J metres In 14 %  ecs.. onlv a 1 see i NottWOT |d record of which he is joint year, not only without nf racing luck, and without having a f thing about which %  inning brilliant B2. slight"chance to get his own back "itly beyond his best distance. %  .nighl conceivably go through race J 0 <£,*""'"" 5 ">' > %  Hampshire 385 for 9 (Wilson 2301 Board of Control th.v would detinllely pliy havoc with our chance. sh,TC 6J ror 3 a '"a against India ^^^^^_^^^^ for .; WaVwukshTre innova.,,. 1. would ^^"^^^^^"(oT^:' AlTcr a... """, ,"' %  M iVrace? a -car ope" ,;, the besl horses in Ihe area, docs v I>erb,,hire_ Yorka <*<>> %  !'' '", %  r^Tmounl. disproportionate amount. WOULD \LL KOi'NDKK G.I.U. FETE UNIVERSAL-Df -. > b-oiM. Rot snd Furrjl. No odour No Trc—lk. protecuon igamit White polnh over trciied wc>J ECONOMICAL H diluted 'or uie —goe S hly eonecntrjied — tavet carriage. Wrien urthct and (Oitt lest. PERMANENT -Cjnnnt. the fibrat. toughens the For permanent proteino" uh-oui or evaporate. Combinoi with imber and mak it fire-rettitant. Allot freier^ i(l>. Ke r.e Co Jnn'ji vn From Pace 1. daring the fete open." Mrs. "Laddie" Challenor. President, then endorsed can* sandViceO UITE ;i few MMtaTI of tins colUHU have informed me that they ecntldar Keith Millar t Auatnua the ban all rounder in the world today and have asked for some figures by which they can subst intiate their argumcnl. First .of ill I agraa with them and here .ire some lacts which they can nive the sceptics to digest. Keith Miller is generally concede*! In International cricket circles Turner'* remarks and added "A T the besl all rounder in the world today. This is abundantly borne good member of the Union is an out by his Test fiuures to date. He lias made '..741 runs in Test cricket advantage for the Union." Mrs. and lias taken 94 wickets. Bentley then gave a review of the Only one player has surpassed the 2.000 runs and 100 wickets past year's work done by the girls -"", ">.. ClU -S,,J? %  ggregate In Test cricket and thai WUir, d m.odes with 2.325 runs of the Union and suid that she was >;? r ? v f"-cTZ.,'' *t.? L „ • and 127 wickets. very pleased that Mm. Turner had ^ ub V ^ nK ? •"P" a BIX P nce South Africa are due to tour Australia next winter and with the consented to open the Union fete five Test* lhal will !* %  played, together with the l\vo Test matches on the second occasi which Ihe Australians will play against England in England next pressed deep regret at the absence cummer, tins total should I*well within Miller's reach. of the Patron and Patroness. His It Is interesting to note thai on the recent West Indies tour io Excellency the Governor and Lady Australia, Iwo Austi .' .IMIWUTS, W. A. Johnston (total 111) and Savage. R. R. Lindwall (total 101) reached their 100th Test wicket. The Stalls SHOOTING iced drinks, sweets. wuhes. and syrups. Costume Paratie Highlighting the afternoon's activities was the Costume Parade. The winner of the best group was Club 11 who represented the "Cocoa nut Tree". Second priie went to Club 16—"The Gypsy The prize for the cheapest coatatriC was won by Club 6 for the "Crocus =KL" BH dress"—and for the original costume—No. 6 "A sailor and his bride". The prize for the second original was won by Club 20 "Candv Girls". Later In the afternoon the Mobile Cinema Entertainment (by Indians Fare Badly Against Essex Tnhh' Trnnii*: INTERCLUB K.O. COMPETITION The opening games of the Men's Inter-Club Knock-Out Competition were played at the Y.M.C.A. Naval HalLon Friday night. Barna defeated Fox and Pelican defeated Y M.P.C. three-one. Octal', otoiieble from JASON JONES CO. ITO, P.O. Bo. 14). %  irbado.. •$$3$fr?9f ATLAS*& WOOD PRESERVATIVE ': There was the Judging of the the kind permission of the Direc. .„ ...... ..... — . — ..... Stalls and first priie went to Club tor of Education) took place on T T WAS LEARNT today ">** British Guiana, led by Colonel W. A. 15 wnosp 5la |. r ep rMcntPC t a th e Crick* Field There was also Orrctt had won the Duke of Gloucester Challenge Cup Rifle garden. Other stalls were "very a Dress Show and Variety EnterShooting eompaUtlori with I.IM poinLs. Barbados ran into second attractively decorated and containment by Club 6 which was place with 1.114 points while Jamaica occupied the third place with talned various descriptions of work well attended 1,106 points. done by the girls themselves. there To Trinidad, however, went the Empire Day Challenge Cup and There were handicrafts, housewheel, and other games the team was captained by Doctor E. Richardson. Barbados finished hold requirements, baskets, lucky There was dancing on Ihe green, well below Trinidad, In the fifth p&ea with 9*2 points, but on this dips, novelties, cake icing decorathe music being supplied bv the occasion, British Guiana ... Mow them ith !38 points while Jamaica Uons. preserves, wines* bottled Police Band under the ...r-rvmion "'"*". behln 1 lhe wicket _ofl Aobey Marines and Everton pl.i>s ILLFORD. May 24. The touring Indian crWteten allar their lirst victory of the tour against Oxford University fare> M | TDDLS TAPS *; DBS '.-•, ', . ', ••./' ", 'a 1". l'/ 4 ". 1%", 2", 3" BSF ii", :)/16", '.-, 5/16", V. 1C W, 9/16", %". 3 A~ SAE or NF %  Hi' M B 16*, : '.'. 'A" l.'S.S or NC V.", 5/16". ^a", 7/16". Vi". 9 16". H*, ENGINEEB UP. HAMMERS 'Alb., :; ilb 1! ill). 1 ,1b 2141b., 31b. mas FLAT, HOUND. HALF ROUND, SQUARE 111(111 SPEED liHINOING MACHINES HIGH SPEED TWIST DRILLS BODY REPAIR FLEXIBLE FILES OPEN & BOX SPANNERS PRESSURE GAUGES u-400 lb. 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PACE SIX M Ml II AllWn TI SUNDAY MAI i3. IW More Lustrous? Nelvrotlyl Not ••* tha matt • apamlva nc II eatliri f I vat a fUir luilr* !• %  •*,• nail* than CUTIX. Onh < MM r MMM %  *• I l.t H l. 1 " MSMMrM I HMhm MM • % % %  •> %  MM MaSa IMMl .!.... ..II.I an,) v. %  %  %  no |-'lm. Ml RMaMf. WD -'<./.. 'Hirlllftf SaMaaW, litn?rr-lail4M II InWti HMV /i/.v MMMM M man. fWowiiH M-NM1 ih,itir> thai Hermann-MM Mil pofttA. WhatNCooking Mlouses Tl Inthe Kitchen? -74^ |.ig*s blood. IACCIO and Almost a man 1DMMMJ especially dui. 'bat meaiiN I tying idle on me are Hour ^ ML '-'Hy new. some in need or repair. Sugar 3 t*ble*po...i.ful. Mil %  %  ,j0V f Btrong. %  > //i.rOfWl VMl PoMUaW * /'"/(-'t KLIM li pete, toft milk 1 KLIM k?ep, v.ilhojt rrl: ; BHM KLIM %  MNty k atweyi i KUIW/t<3>me.''|jys/ To hcli> 1: Mt "i'o ittute tll-i ib... KIIM KUMgn oot iup|>i t<\ she nut,!,! :... t cUmrtm I leans mjkc a clean %  folks wardrobe*, bul you ar e iurr I • which could hi to lead a useful life. Sunirt Shirt Blouse* From the bMt par! of %  man's yourself a lly smart shirt-blouM-. v. I Its trig*, opll^r and rcvcrs and v ill-tittinf ibouldem, it is ideal rot wwrsBfl with a tailored suit, the sleeve-. lease. are smaller than our ...< r.f.lk in build, so we need not k all the scams of tha Cut close to the seams, and you ..' %  ,.. ; . • • tablespoon'"! Id the boiling milk Put lntCk "Fl iiii i.f ...i.iii„ MMOOI 1 attiring lea tfai euata u.. y !" A ou !" n n,ake \ ", mixed ''"i??*^"*?".!!* )It UM s/hou mixture. Arirt then Use etooouta that you Uqulfled with %  1.11 f 'milk .„ the Ore snd lin.-llv add the tl rpoooMI ., ,,,.<,,,„ r 1 PITM-SST '* lu If you happen to be the earne shirt blouse with llic existing amainlng. mere! rutting sleeve-lops ai-d neck. Hut in most cases it is belter to rein the whole garment. %  I .inn fronts of tha KLIM odd* aeiirlihmMt ta cooked dlihas KLIM M recemmendcrf tor in.'ont f*dl9 KLIM it ioft In tke taaciolly pocksd tls KLIM >\ pioducvd under itriet*i( csnlral aaaaaasaHafl K1L2M MILK FIRST IN PPCfftlf^t 1HI WOULD OVIR 32: %  %  '.iiT^SSbSd' v , may bo able to remodel thi Naughty Fr> For 25 fryi l yolk. I glass 'if milk, OTaBM oz.. Horn I Ul %  ,.:, : %  mun -1 lard lo blcuse you can cut from the corfry; lOng I ^spondlng shirt sections The Mix the egg uith Hie puSJaT. alai"** *OU may be able ba | || tinrum, ,|II!IL ,1 '' a K tfU n g alaavw. if not. the milk, QM baMrbaiuHa of aoaa, cut their from the towar part of "ii and ornnxc rind, the the shut, foliar and jokes con be ige jui.-e. and tha pil ,l "" U* icm-inlng spare mini Ihon.iiKlilv v ,' \ I irtaduour. Smaller blouses for actioolalrla Th paste must be smooth and like "' ,l, ,> boyt can alao ba in.ido about two mort lMaal|llII" frorri unwanted Iq a warm spot in r pi'i-tly-worn shirts. Collars, ton I'ut some oil or lard cun *" d onU ,or w P-"ng wiih in the Irving pan and as soon ai ytur own .uiW or lor !i >(ne up plain frocks can t*e fa*hloned R an the ml firm lake ihcm a pan. Put them in .1 dlah ft na icmg ifar Tried I ;l 1: poonrui left-over pie< Aprons And Overalls I i.ich are badly a lop ""' neck, front 01 still provide plenty ol g<*-< for making useful aprons or uv.ri':.,. tkaJ BtyaBi aui ba 1 il in in tha b..ck of a ahlrl 8 make a paper patter;. Hi % %  LETT: Lavender orgsadts iiloose. showing machln* eminoldery on collar snd cufls. CENTRE: Full longUi eve nlna cloak, brilliantly coloured, with enormous sleeves, and bsndn of embroidery. RIOHT: Oreon cotton blouse, with high collar, vertical pleating, and balloon sleoves. B ublespoonsfuUi 8lae of lnc blb cul ^e lwo sections nil in fi > Icing sugar. Rreiik the egg In a mixing bowl, pOOttful Of oil %  the sugar. Add as much flour as bWMth and s>>ft paste. You'll n#Bd 1 % % %  %  .i. Whan tinpasta la ready, put it on the re joined UtejOthOf make the collar. If you match the m can't go wroi ouply i>f a delicious tup of lea il J yuu put in Kjr. 1 Fragrant, refreshing—and litUe goes a lung way! %  loard that lrlp( of fo^ or Iour old -h.rt-s. adding a few strips of anget until it dressmaking left-overs if you like, will be as thick M > fining frays very little, and and round .. your linger. Make ax ih e material is not 1 nail OOUgnnUta, Fry then, ir | %  ., concentrate on quick. Irrd or oil and sift some icing pi 'ugar on top. <'wing. 'Heat Up The Cliablie, Harry!' A CATFHI\<; S( h. %  • %  •>* %  corked, and when winewaiters knew alxut wine m %  Toregi %  ine-waltei rtetthet knows nor enres what is n:d unless he is in the %  the nan who sticks the labels on the bottles he thinks it Is safe to assume that he Is serving what was ordered ."JOB we're out of Pommard labels." 1 K Back on .< D e aun i It's St. Julien I'm send • %  I'll have in ind if I say it's Pommard it's Pommard." LONDON. When the I ol lo-nwrTow mane a collection of clothes. Ok) into the trap of Mediating their %  %  I Wot 1 : their own. iii) S to St. ItartuVa An 1 don. Jn paring for their annual die.. show, timed to lake place i-i .liim|\M the I will have an au mkidiiiii well-know, t dress designers. And tneir ideas? "Do foe Pans 10 give the leao in Lets tart something our ei\Bo the) have steered clear of the Edwardian look, the petit-garcua ind Ihe too-m 1 look, currently in •ogU* •college look" takes Its Inrron el If Vict.-l I 111 So lleevea are enormous, ba!looning out between shoulder By IMIKOTIIV BARKI.I.Y gnd elbow, waists are wa i like, tightly gartered with SO. elastlclsed belt, and klrts are full, with can-can frills OnMcending a provocative couple ol inches below the dress hemline. And they have llxed ideas oi rnlimr. "You must Ite adventurous with colour," they say. "English clothes are oh. so dull." ran* bright 'plashes of It •purple, orange, and green. The prtie exhibit in this "allmy-own work" collection is a evening cloak, (see Hn), Its high collar, bin sleeves, and flowing skirt give it a festive air. But its colour Is th? student's real Joy—it Is a brllB "ling orange, with a vivid mauve lining. It Is designed lo cause something cf a stir amongst the bl.uk and 1 mid-browns prcferrcl by the majority of women—if there is someone modern enough to wear it. In the show, ihe "college trend' will be illustrated in dresses, casual beachwear, cocktail dresses and nttng with all kinds of i including thxi ings-a-yard cotton and furnishing fabrics. These malaria as successful as th,*>, higher pi is good. The blouse llli on the right, is In three-sl a-yard cotlcn — one 01 tho cheapest available. Bm the blouse looks expensive because (il is wri: Ifaebll h one of the new detalla thla year, tl done on nn ordlnar] sewing il th en < ".attachment, end . grand-scale evening di' every material from %  silk. HlUlnery "ullophane' >tr.iw emteh i 11 be bimghi by .the yard, already "crinkled", i* stitched OH in intricate scroll The blouse, illustrated here, is in lavender orgS 1 iiilii.nd.i v round the b nislorms it into something 'speclar for party and evening wear, This dress 1 he that lo-morrow'i deslgnei am where they are gouig [ung they get there. Paris Accaaa arias Paris fashion* houses are showing eye-catching accessories in ihcir nw coll"Ctions. Fou*r-inch l>el!.-. with big %  tton baav) aai -nogs m ihe form of bunches of bright red cherries made of coloured r.ike chignon. worn at the Heh matches tho belt of a dress, or the dress And popular arhltg gabardine, white ottoman, white flannel, white 1 ike*, cloth, and un eeothJ White jeranod for evening sweaters. ihse is one being by Oivenchy—it is hipunwaisted. and embroi%  %  -ound the light high neckline with a wide band of coral lined edge-to-edge with %  ilk. By the way, .the designers havo %  line on white. It is, they say. not at all an unpractical colour. i no more dirt collecting than any other pastel shade. % %  tig? Canadian Girls For England TORONTO. May 14 Canadian girls who are to be in England for the Coronation r may bring a purse v -n every school-girl Canadian food miuR Ton who recently took over control of London's fashionable department frtore Fortnuin i.nd Mason, expressed this hope In Toronto last The rather of ix girls and three boys, he said his daughters had influenced him into choosing only In future for the exchange tours he sponsors between 50 young people of Britain and The former Tory M.P. lor Maceteafleld said it had been found thai Canadian girls took greater OOyl in life In Britain, even down to details in ;iC, and that British |4s ore interested 1 f living down to shopping for POO I nt (.aii.uli.iu girls to be ;it the Coronation. 1 rl they lake with *hem : nn .ill the sthool-girls HI tne form perhaps of doll ra ^^'llrl the (Jueen can uso iba Hunks Ml. ihe girls could extend %  lion for Ihe Queen to n ike c ; ii her iocond .iome, th.it she might so arrange her %  1 %  ear and bring the two > %  %  and] closet together. mj iHT^-onai • that the girls will b* abhl l<" offer an invita'.ioi sho 1 estsl.'* 10tM\ > THOVCBT His work Is done, and we have only to avail ourselves of Ood's rule In order to receive II. blcsnlSg, which imablea us to work out onr own salvaUon. —Mary Baker Eddy. GALA OF LOXDOX'S ^pe&fy for that headache \ \\ ' Safe relief and real relief—the -.y-^|/ headache lifts—the pain ditappeari. Vv\3*i/ s It all happent so quickly after you have taken two 'ASPRO tablets The analgesic (pam-rclicvin^) . lion of 'ASPRO' prepares the way for Nature to tackle the cause of tho pin That Is why 'ASPRO' Iv able to dispel such a yast variety of pain conditions. The effect of 'ASPRO' toothing and comforting—the pain goes. leaving you with a feeling of relief and well-being. All over the w?rld 'ASPRO' answers humanity's need for I el 'ASPRO' does not harm the heart or stomach—it I harmful after-effects whatever. PRO GIVE YOU <3i/tCK ACTION V9VM££D AGA/MSGive your skin a new tint ...change your complexion tone at will with Gala 'Face Colour.'G3la Tinted Foundations are made to suit every type of skin, each has its matching Powder. Follow the Gala Colour Plan to be fashion right. Key lips to clothes with Gala Lipstick or Lip Line. Match nails to lips with Gala's jewel-bright Nail Colours, and see that you have a perfect skin by using Gala Face Creams. GALA OF LONDON s Agent end Ontribuior: F. S. NICHOLLS. P.O. BOX It) Aha oMiaH 'torn ill iha 1.^,-1 bora. GET II INTO YOUR HEAD! AND YOU CANT SO WRONG! The regular use of Uitalol Hair Food will, hy iU iutioi 00 ihe roots and scalp, nou'ivh every hair gUnJ and encourage richer growth. It piovtdes nourishment to ihe scalp and hair roots and oorrecU suJi uoubke as teeeeateeeeeeeeooeeaaeeeeee' J^ftfn" ^L RHEUMATISM j THAT HAUNTS YOU TAKE Lec*l Uistrlbulon: (itNtKAL AGi:\( V CO 1 Barbados) Ltd... B. O. Bo* %  _*:. DANDRUFF PARTIAL BALDNESS THIN & FALLING HAIR Ihe dally application of thla Hair l.oil resiilta unfailingly In a really i" nini.il glossy bead of hair. LANALOL No. I With oil (Yellow Label! 'or dry scalp. LANALOL No. \ Without oil (Grata Label) lor hilr that il naturally ollr — LANALOL CREAM (Blue UbeT). A I onr b*" r dreuine. ANALOL SOLIDIFIED (Bakalhwt bo). 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SI \i>\\ MAY 25. 1*5! ••lAIIU \II\IIC Ml PAGE M.VF.N SEWING CIRCLE VEILS FEATURF IN U.S. HAfS (Bv PKNNY NOLAN) SHORTS FOUNDATION To make a foundation pattern he slacks foundation draft described last Band*) measure three Inches down from crotch Una mi niMde leg seam and two Inches down from crotch line on stole seam. Jotn these two point* with a straight line and cut off Of course these measurements may vary somewhat with Individual taste. You may use any measurement desired at the aide seam and make the crotch want ml one inch longer Be sunto cut beck and front patterns ..like BJ>d Jotn these print:tut out lliu. line dost cur! m the yoke section as In Diagram II Add seam* to all edge* ct yoke. Pot leats In the bottom section T>/4 C *A M JH %  grMt IV. Measure three inches from centre front and %  quaff pleat line from bottom of ihorts Measure one and one half • riches from first pleat line and make second pleat line also squaring from bottom of shorts Cut these lines and spread each two inches for two one Inch pleats. Add seams and hem. The back may bi made by the foundation or may haw The back yok. a usually made the same width all across the back. ~CsA4-lfAAA I To add more width to the bottom of the shorts follow diagram I. Measure two inches on the crotch curve and two inches on the bottom. Slash from the bottom to but not through the crotch curve and spread the slash one Inch at the bottom. Add another inch to the bottom at the side seam Make these additions to both front and back patterns. If you are going to cut a cuff on the bottom be sure to fold the cuff in the paper pattern exactly as you want it before cutting the side seam and Inside leg team. Cuffs arc very popular Just now and do give a nv re finished appearanre to shorts. In making both slacks and shorts It is the usual custom to divide the front waist dart into two small pleats. The back dart should be sewn as a dart !.....'.iii. i! Ml tad IV dgflsMN strate the procedure for designing Man A6vut7own \\ i\t i i ITMN • I, are : %  I I HI\\t DOING Oil i I %  I I t %  | il hk< i %  ^ MI >i mm i \\ %  lock and ..i pov i efftc If ni m i %  %  %  Z)/*fr*AM W Mr Ion the richli i < .mm< !" -d • %  ( ihrec rmirinoiK *hitr .1 %  i-1. Hi.other tut i.irl With Sailor t* in rjnih atrtBfd ttrsm. I At-ft AM IL shorts with a yoke and pleats. To cut oiT UM voke measure six and 1 inches down on the Sal scim and three and one ball Inches on the side seam D EAR Mrs. Clarke. A married man t* bl love U'ir'i me and hut wife u making a loi of noim. 1 team to know if I can continue or not Can you help HW, pieaM? We.I, of course, my dear, there is only one answer to what you nsk and, Indeed that should be obvious. He is not your man you know, and taking Mm I SfaJ from his wife is something I can never agree with. No. you must leave thimm alone if vou wish to avoid unhappines* and trouble. Thank you DO./*, tor your nice letter, and I'm so glud thai you found my auvice helpful. Your problem certainly is a big one. my dear. Let us try to collect the facts from your lottaj Your husband is away, and doaetVI communicate with you; hi f. mily dislike you and "real you badly; you are living with another man. If. al you tell me. you cannot get on with Ins family, | suppose there is nor vary much .i %  \ orybod.. miserable by trying. Wi huaband b i i %  do writ* to him. I said llio same IM i Itsfq M fOU You must botti mind" just how \ are going to tTJ of it ..i to hre.il member that wha' will afltet JFOUr whole future. do think eaiefullv and make .1 ras; and it is a good thing to IDM %  . : 1 1. St M h ..ml th.it vour tumble is Jlltl one J those I !that do beset 1,,.ii mi occasion, Ho* %  chcrked lor II < Oil l" own mind D KAH %  ** Clarke. A lot 0/ boya arc ii lorr me and 1 rwffcj Boa/I psbf r.. kfi p •MISS CINDERELLA' HM| V.-.I..H' ftj my de;n boys all competing foi Your letter if quite sweel attd : ,...' grandmother T..k, UM love, mi doatr, bml that OM right answn 11 lor caption to 1 %  faan !>" %  periods, roufhlj traund and %  I3th day befare UM onset of the next period. It is possible, of course, my dear. 10 say dclWiilely || caption will oci'iir at tl UM II."t pro) far Anphuv paw han baan marrtad .1 Kimii time yet, so don't worry about the I feel sure thai tl eosna iletki :i trug Mmrse Jus* LONDI >N Wednesday Hay Itth. \. sen (Labour. Lev 1 les. i|'proxinvitelv how RUQJ %  %  1 I %  %  Lgrttaiton 1 %  I 40 inn 1 complatad their iraining in tins the v 1 I 111 llien i,v n i I..ii-. 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SCXDAY M\V S IHI Sl'KDAV MiMi. Mi PACE SINE EXPERIMENTS IN BUILDING decade or more, tlvJ %  'W of the world's greut.ate fortunes, ii mounting to hundreds of millions nf hav* been trying to urvvt that the nations of the i m l.ve together peace. fully in an enlightened democratic capitalistic system. They are the gran.linns of the late American oil magnate and philanthropist. John 1>. Rockefeller, who amassed riches through the oil industry toward the end of the nineteenth fltMiy, Although assured from birth of grim wraith, prestige, and MCUrtty. Hie M>ns of John D. Rockefeller. Jr.. sincerely want to make their own contriiuiti.i t<> COMI '* %  modern socieu on .• scale as impressive as their giandfathcr'j business triumph* or their fatner s unprecedented philanthropic contributions. They are John D. Rockefeller. III. 4B Nelson Aldnch Rockefeller. 44| L.-urn nee Spelman Rockefeller 42; Winthrop Hock-feller, 40; a'i.1 David Rockefeller. 37. While each is ambitious fur personal suceest. t.'.ir p-oMem as they see it is tting accumulated wealth efflcMnUy and benehci.it I v into tfalg economic structure. Wink very" much unalike and while they operate in widely divergent fields, the live brothers Mill maintain ;, tiifhtly united family circle that permits them to • KOrt their collective strength In behalf, of what they regard as the common good. Objective of the broth, ers is to advance the health gild prosperity of low-income groups, and of people in the underdeveloped area* of the world. It will be some time before historv can judge finally th success of their %  %  'Tort. but substantial briietils already have been I:rought to at least two countries of South America through their promotions of better health, agricultural, and economic pro i %  IfflRK I The grandtooa grew up in a strict and religious family atmosphere. Their father. John D. Rockefeller. Jr. the only direct degn %  the lack ng at the home that, wftiiWhelr to the fabulous fortune, had a strong sense of stewardship toward this wealth. His sons began their day with familv prayers at %  quarter of eight U father read a passage from the Bible before breakfast Tlu. went on long walks together and the relationship between th. I Bfl Bfsj their father was based on respect and affection. Thboys went to a coeducational •chool m whose classes WOM students representing every ran ;md creed, and vi of economic amuem of ii Their train impressed on UVi the possession of money m responsibility, money represented merely a tool with which thev could work and the Important thing was how they used the tool and what ihey built with It. When John D. Rockefeller retired from active business while still in his fifties, h*. turned over to John D., Jr, the business res. ponsibilities as well as the extensu-c philanthropies he had %  Urted. TBil phil niilimuic work i represented by such enterprises as the Rockefeller Founcation. Ihe Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, the t.l nil Education Board, uid manv other contributions to culture, and learning designed to secure the widest benefits to mankind generally. This family'? philanthropies, which are applied on a world.wide basis, themselves are in the neighbourhood of S1.0OQ.000.00O. Money has come to the brothers directly and. indir.nK. through trust funds set up for them and their children (nowi totalling <21) and their grandchildren. They have the yg i ,f Income from these trusts through their lifetimes, after which the Income will go to their children. That is as long as the trust fonda can be milntained under the Jaws of New York State, and the Rockefeller wealth then must be split up among the grand children of the live brothers and their sister. Mrs. Irving Pardee. Due to these circumstances as well % %  the fluctuatmg values of man) HEIRS to one of th* greatest fortunes in the United State(left to right) Nel.on Latirance. John D III and David Rockefeller four of the five grandsons of the late John D Rockefeller meet to sttscOM wavof using their talent* and money to promote international understanding y*; r a pP'"; J3SJ.'" %  %  "" %  ; % %  '-%  ad the QMH N..i...n.,i ,. i , ,, difficult for the Rockefellers Rink, on* of the largest financial 11 ., %  •v when he tarved If tl tafnn %  the %  I land M a tt ..ML. rid h.Mowing his gracnad then in dn .ir becaBie %  n Rockifellci Found.' .vS? rl.r, ' %  %  up as a eral Othei of.,. „. !£ .H.Sir'f"' 1111 -'" 1 ''' J<* the philanthropic phiUiilfii. KL£j£ l\:.'^"!\ M ^ 1 ''' ,k .::; wo* to winch John D. Jr.. has f. the ..,..,.,.. North American rraVtropolii n.'" 1 ""'^ '"' ,ht '' lulfiirn IWtrOgH bulk Of the brothers" and th< in oil l John D.. III. bag mternatlona: his i %  t Virginia ti> iti "i Igg miury appear OPEN AIR THEATREiiv r.KoKi.i: m MI Vein ssea Help H.W.I. IVade Drive %  as a free I Jegai i>. MI. el the It. %  M ny | I ; %  responsibilities' %  %  have a col i on nmnity funds, and Protestant, %  1 Youth Hi stria, Inc. %  %  %  iii by mcourafdng j/oui walHint: and I ft in> and OUMI i the I'S Kavy d *) % % %  Id Wat n in in. RockafaUe) concept, th philanthropic pi toctplt POODN I inry as a tool to maki availab'e lha Bsl IB and sel! • rably linked i lha di %  %  %  Nelson, the <" Baptembi ... in plamanl Pmiit Pbu ration with undei daaalopad areas ol tii, M %  it Hodarn Art bi Ne„ s from 3.000 tn H 000; he >;.iv (innn> ni'i'.i %  % %  I.I DTOCUfl i Amen, an i "rontrfbittlon • %  Ufa of the natfc rFwundti..n\jme. Ment > %  % %  %  %  nWlt • l>a -"U, m.i. Li. l.ll-l.. i ,.n.. o,. rant* l-hini ..m P .i,. .....I.l.-u.I t-1 t \ v % fftfff tf t 'rfty ^ t ^ 1 1 x ^ t *^ it ^ ^ t 1 ! tho I1( ,. ( gardens of the Villa Ftoridiuna. in ',,. ItatU cmprises a np LOffDON. lOWB West Indian eel bava (olaod In the effort nig more trade to the WOBt Thaj are ararldngj ""nl %  i • % %  Ii Hish Indvistrles itagfl aomawhal higher London, answering raouirin'rrnr. lb.m the shooting range n t th the world', bu.-inesmen Club. On both sides of interested in West Indian trade th r stage hedges six feel high Ml Baryl M.Hyrnie. founder and parallel with th. orchestra ,,t • Carib Thaatra In taraj curPort-of-Spaln Trinidad I %  "! f i:lamour I Opposite the sta^e a double •., t stan.i ii |.i row of small shrulm kei| l.isely roMon Bhe waan a ei.|..urful I 1 and !" %  i than Ihe dm I Vrhll h level "f ihe stag* provldoa ac' '*>. famous cotton. Ad ..'.II fa Ihe <* 'be Jamaican stand is Miss mambon of tbo otcnoama. %  • Bennett, who broochi hei In a semicircle from onr side Jamaican folk-aongi to Britain Of the orcheslr.i to the other %  '<< ** "w 'asl becoming %  wellcxtonds %  double row of ftoCsfl "noarn ra> aeats. Kntr.in.eto seats aro ides over a stand hoded VMIII a mm both sides of the orchestra "•presentativ. cUaplB) ..f Jamaiand from the far and "t tha irena %  ti prixliire. Diagram of open air stone thoaVe In Villa Floridl 'A' shows hedge curtains: %  Is built up gravel represents double row of stone seata. space between orchestra and 'D' which Since Pygmalion the Pocket Theatre has burst the seams of its trousers as It were, and the audience can breath.' a bit more betel} tl %  result "f one partition having been removed. But the Pocket Theatre remains a Pocket Theatre for all that. In the tropics where Barbados happens to bo situated, a pocket theatre is a Hot Pocket theatre. Handkerchiefs are needed and fans to stir the sluguish air. As N'cvillc C.mnell reminded us in his review of Twelfth Night, we must appreciate what the Briilsh Council has done by giving us a Pocktf Thenlre and now Shakespearean costumes as parts of an oasis in what he calls a cultural desert. Those of us who have visited the Pocket Theatre are quite prepared to believe that a play in Wakefield is better than none id the Empire, but most an) Cul out theatrical cloth merely to have a theatre pocket siae? The • Theatre i* good up to a It is not a substitute for the Glossop-H arris Companies nor does it offer the amenities ,,f the Empire or Drill Hall inpcrfect as these mikht be when compared with European or North American Theatres. The Pocket Theatre is belter than no theatre at all. But from •a climatic view poi.it. until U ll air conditioned, it cimnot attract more than the rellivly small number of less than 100 people whom It can accomodate in close proximity. Whatever the future of Ihe Pocket Theatre may be. it cannot oe said to be doing more than just keeping drama alive and warm. And to rest content with a pocket when a real theatre can be obtained would be contrary to that Barbadian common temW lor which we are alternately praised and blamed by admirers and critics. The question remains to be answered, what kn.d of REAL theatre? If I may take the liberty of making a suggestion. I would answer. ,,n open air theatre As a the British Army on tin out* break of the IB3I' war, I am entitled at the very : express a soldier's opinion of the kind of war memorial which would be pleasing to the gallant young Barbadian, who gave theil Uvaj without thought ol n pense in the last Great War. Several of the Bai had tans who Ml In that war were old school fellows of mine and their name:. remain green in u.y memory and In the memories of their loved ones who mOurn U But what has the public of Barbados done to ntnambar them* Their names are to be added to a war memorial What a cold un-Barbadian way of remembering galla.it youth. A memorial ODon-tUI brO would beheld lha I" %  i and groan Ute memory ol the dead. At the going down of the sun and even In the hi at Ol DM da) wc should remember tbem whenever the open-an theatre was (h-amatl4 perl % %  musical concert '.ores by distinguished \ | II The tradition "f UM OPOn-alr theatre extends bach to Roman .%  i i (reel Urn* Al DJEBLE In i l'n//u..h and Rome I havi air ItOM theatres of lid easily bfl i.d in Barbadoi ABEND Van BUCHELL'S drawing of the l than theatre, ir on B.inkside. shows a theatre with the centre open to UH laa and a large platf.ir.il BtafM with standing space f. these the f would like to sec M" Bar%  arhlh ^tin txlat in the \ .on the m r-looktrtg U M : %  The theatre is built under tall oaks and evergreens which supply almost complete envoi whtre an tnti The BarbaotM, THnidad and DM Windward i lai % %  > %  ti.< n ulos hes no Villa com,,wn sl.mdin the Commonwealth pnrnbl,. loth. Flondi lion, giving the Waal Indli I i i rv King of Naptea iggar displ t lha Pali than %  I by his mbttroai my othei ;. But Bar! Itea ..ith with flvo oul of the If IrUCtlon of -lands In thijOCllou .in en-.i,i thootra modelled on ti oo Ulustrato d Tha %  taal vaar Ii land facing the st..i | .e ltf.12 Fair. Oan tnel • % %  Si %  % %  I %  %  land. which belongi to the llai Museum would be an OXCSgUei clothing. I an t>i>ene made n .! Inb nded %  but the I bottlea of rum on UM % %  ud .ne onjj rhui.ii k with coliHired water. Hut vudtO) l II % %  theni%  anned. to of fresh rdf Site for %  %  %  ; ... grdad up M soon as the decision Is taken to I-lant the -hade tree* which ought to M full] grown in mf>7. ive% mmazCil (,, I could montlon the great fiultti 1>0 n ,,. %  i : I II, ..1. !'.! %  J..FI auch a theatre would give to Apart fnmi huge pili^, 'h^ h.urist industry, but I hegrapafrult. uglta and li tieve that Barbad...n i.^peel f canned and %  i idlng hats, handin their honour 01 d that i (.ppeal to much Is necessary. I under stand thai their lives an English_ i . nnaai.ala P %  h< air,, in | prh Ifa Coast. His CIL' %  %  i. %  %  I. id.Mile ahlblt in. hi l hemlcal Works. %  'lyed by '-hemlcal W< This di-.pl* _ri .....ns.oii Ial Thenlre should such industries %  I-fc, Contains : C deulln PhOgphOI I., PI 1 Coppat Cobal i."(me iron, Sodium Chloi H(MTS MIM'IF MIMI! u SALTS I ON t \ I 11.1 t.uii balanced quaiihti. %  ntlaJ eli nieiit i ll clum, ph %  phot i cobalt, Iron, todtoi mangain log* Ihel with an Ms* i %  i n if It ; i %  tie.d og thai • quote ml them dlrectlj nh MM MBII lin\s inn I || ( i.s iii milk Add .'. %  i bfimlll Mi,„ ral a o each cwi %  >f e. ntraU fed hn milk IIUMIUI (Ion Al" i ii.. 1 %  : %  .,, mg up to :i gallon plus ii oa. rot i three Off i twi II ; i Mineral Salts dally, Riilleekm and Fat Stock Add 2 lbs. of MlndU Mineral Ball tn t enti itai fad. AJtarnatlvoly, glva -' i//. with (he fo d i, h .i .v. Oaafo In ••l;ii, and ih-> Qaata QrVg "ne le.ispoonfill of r %  Mn I \1 .,1 Sail daily with Horses .1 (live 2 to 4 on of Boon Mui.hf Mn.. i.i S.dt dail. with rations. reartfagi OlVO one <" BOotl Mindlf Miner.,I Salts dally wllh ration Pee* el, feed 1 t0 1 table : DOOfl ful Boots Ulndll %  "I th far CenU" BRI'fF WEATHERHEAD I rtlM Zln.iM 'in. ..I rri„i.li„r, new %  On pj,. It. I.TII. CADBURY'S DAIRY MILK CHOCOLATE USE A RIPPINGILLES BLUE-FLAME STOVE FOR EASY & CLEAN COOKING A.S.BHYDEM SONS (IIIMJS) LTD. AGENTS. A PRESCRIPTION HAS TO BE PERFECT IVIHi sil V |\ THr: CORHKCr (OMI'IMMMM. OF rRLSCRfl'noNi is tn WORK OK SKII.LLII IANM Of I>ru^ Stores .i Brldgatown with the largest stork of the most modern wllh a staff of qualified diuggists . all these . to,ih ;. deep sense of our bill). al public health In tha fort i t Ing you day and KMI.HIS Dltl (. STORES Hrlllnt Aienls for %  'BOOIS IIHI ii CO." 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! %  \C.I I II.Ill si Ml v\ Mi\ HI i II .1 Ml \V. WAV 23 I'l..' BARBADOS•£& ADVOCATE Sunday. May 23. I'L'.:! in: I'm J %III ;ii THK ittampt b -^rap the local Vestry .-.vstem end I<> substitute .1 M stem of Disincila ii meeting with general dis%  piVOVal and stout opposition. The vrstru's uf the isl.tnii :iftrr ;i general COIlfl which they sent delegates, have agreed on : in the Secretary of State f. velopment and Welfare contains a photo reproduced from the Daily Gleaner of Jamaica showing damage to dwelling houses in Kort Royal, Jamaica caused by the hurricane of August 195L It is not a pretty picture but perhaps if it were reproduced and circulated throughout the island of Barbados it may avert some of the damage which is experienced by some householders of this island almost annually during the hurricane season whether or not there is any danger of hurricane. In the chapter devoted to housing in this report the statement is made that "there is no doubt that much of the damage caused by the storm was the result of poor const! uction and the use of timbers (often hidden in the structure) which attracted bffl mites Mut reference t<> the photo reproduced in Sir George Seele's report should remind the people of Barbados of something that is .-.: ient throughout the island. Where wooden houses are securely laid on the ground or on a stone foundation the chances of their being blown over by high winds are not great. But where houses are placed amateurishly on loosely packed stones there is little safety and no likelihood of their escaping damage from any wind velocity greater than average. Persons who place their houses on weak structures or poraoni who build their houses in land liable to flooding arc no! serving their own interests and are imposing unnecessary burdens on the community since their imprudence will inevitably lead to disaster and expenditure of relief "monies. Now is the time for the Government to issue precautionary' notices and to take steps where necessary to protect persons who rashly expose themselves to damage normally caused by storm or hurricane. 1-1 HI OHM \< 1 or -ruri/111 \M.III Tbmc*l entertainment in Rugl-ind can now be enjoyed in the most informal and friendly netting In public taoiixe, everyman's nsctlng pUct for talking end drinking. This performance of 8bake*pcar* Twrlfth Night" 1* given under condlUon* which must be far l aw than n-nal u those under which It WM flm performed at the end of the Mxtcenth century. In the reign of Queen Elisabeth I. aa no for this performance the acton were aa Intimately aurronnded by their 1 midlence. *Eitter The Players' Wmvtn ami VUam la 0* %  % %  % %  % %  May afame THE public house 1* peculiarly English phei.nmenou It is not only a place where alcoholic 11 freshments may be hi night and consumed; it is .1 place In which 10 matt, play names, dance and. above ull. talk in warmth* ana comfort. Comfor*. is indeed the> ration d'clrv uf the public house. nnd the customers can play darts. the piano, jute-boxes and those wonderful machines where, if enough balls slide between enough pegs, the victorious score goes ut !o thousands. ."II for a I-unv Hut in recent years the Englishman has found in his pub .1 novel method of entertainment —Poetry-reading and the performing of plays. Two hours before cloning time tht atmosphere Is already somewhat thick with smoke, and numerous glasses are lying on the low tables and the bar. The n.om is quiet for a busy suburban public house with its usual number of some twenty patrons A bier barrel in one comer haa been converted nil.> ;m aquarium and through its glass panel green fish can be wen swimming endlessly about. TMl agitation, the deft gesture* of ts*> barman and the occasional 'cluck' of glass on wood are the only consequential movements In the saloon.. But ihc quietness that has fallen over the customers Is not oneof those silences that come inexplicably in u crowded room. The men and women leaning Igainsl the bar and setting down their glasses with careful noiselessness are listening to a young man reciting poetry. He is one of the Barrow Poets, a company of about ten ex-students of Urndon University who give poctryreuding* cv 1 v Thursday evening in pubs in the London suburbs. Their venture Is typical of the trend in recent years towards a popular interest In the arts. During the recent war in one of the Industrial cities of the ",'.-• Riding of Yorkshire a series of subscription concerts at bin Ihe Halle Orchestra played, commanded full houses; yet only two decades before the only public concert hall In the city had leen turned through lack of enthusiasm into a cinema. The pavement-artists, who display their drawings in the streets sketch them on the pavement-stone n mould Ihem in the sand at the na lloa. now hold an annual exhibition in London The British Poetry Association is attempting to create a wider Interest In poetry through its many branches throughout the country and In Ihe Commonwealth; a sparse number of slender magazines devoted to poetry, like James Ream • OwaWlo, UHI 'i na Ana Council has recently agreed to devote a sum of money "to encourage the appreciation of l-oetry through the *noken wort in England and Wales But these undertakings cats* only for those who arc sufneien'Iv "interested In some cultural activity to devote an afternoon or evening to visiting an exhibition or going to a public hall One society, however, the Committee for Verse and Prose Rcciliy HI III lllltlt taiinn, now familiarly xnown as I'oetry and Plays in Pubs, has 1 ve men and women who, Uvough lack if ODpor unity, knew and cared very little foi poetry and dram* the ch..l,o1.. ;. %  as n part of their norn to-day routine. For fourteen years, financed by the Brewers' Association, they have been giving plan and poetry-readings In public houses. Their readers i.ave ineludad nioh famous acBybtl ThorncUko and M. : %  mat Raw T>ic Barrow Poets, the VOuna> ing of this Mall amateurs, and have operated their scheme for several month* with Increasing: RU genual difficult v In pn to an untrained audience is the immediate tendency t" rldioule; Indeed thnit beau %  • %  1 usually fully .,-.. much courage li required to scmbly v %  normally Wftan di no further than rueh popular lyrics as Neili • (Van. The felicity of MiC ;idveritmB due not entirely to the bravado necessary to put auajtl 1 rfced. "lit .1 careful mChod of approach. Thei If at Ihc scheduled tune %  a round ,-f dunk-, (ufu Hv UM onij iilinks that they need to pay f": during the "hole evcnnu: • A 11 matte 1 if policy Uiaj have no marks turn from the othor \ hl-raoat of them had alre. m %  '"iig apj rentireship in drinking before the society was < rmcelved. At what he I mellow moment, one of 1 Mice with a short anno mil MM programme logins. Authors vary from Shakespeare and thi Book of Job U W. 11 Auden and the speakers vea. Each of t: recites, without book, from whatever position m the room he M 1 un. and occasionally tin haif-houfs %  etjuonce of poem is broken by a song M on the flute or a rudimentary rither. If fee audience is at DnM BOl" barrareed and Barrow Poets end with a singsong round the piano, which goal -(.11 n.wards removing the disT.nelion in tta au.t:--nic's mind between what they have just heard nnd the ciiterlaintiien* they provuiiloi '1. % %  .one man drew eftd* one of U nfter a aerfatinance and eiudou lv asked in a tone of the utmost suspicion if they had 1 %  the Church. But rnemh often make pofatt of coming back when UU next poet '> *ake place. The same success bat ed the other iactivity of the Committee Verse and Prose ReottatiOB. Itplay performing offshoot, formed m 1938. is appropriately known as the TavPAINT-UP The best way you know howwith top quality branded PAINTS. ENAMELS, VARNISHES that guarantee long run economy! And that goes for Jobs ashore and afloat! C. S. PITCHER & Co. erners. This Company Li based in London—of necessity as %  its actors have full-time day Jobs. They have given Shakep ai.\ Twelfth Night to the hop-pickers who stream In every autumn out of London U, the nelds of Kent Photograph'of this perforWhlch was given at the annual Whllbread Hop Festival show both the extreme delight of the audience and the difficulties of improvising stages and rtivssing-rooms b Wan situations. In the open air dressing and makmg-UP simply takes place behind a bush. the organiser Henry : .v. has sent a company of the Tavenwn by barge to visit Thames-side pubs. They have slso branched out experimentally in sending three com* panle on week-long tours to public hrustg in YormnbJi Atlre, Northumberland and the Midlands. Th,company now has over a hundred actors and tins three ten-week seasons ipart from tou %  %  iitsHie 1/indon, a total of some thirty pub". The plays are performed home made platforms, using .. r furniture comes hand, ..nd with painted screens M ha.keloths. The connection between audience and actors I: even cloftr than it was in the inn-yard performances of the Hith century. in the modern company members ol the audi1*1 bean indeed so close to the p ay that they have bd lilting on the actual props In !.-' %  .V.iiiv %  >( the am hem 1 ever seen live actors be(bre; and it is their novel and incredulous pleasure that brings the Taverne.-s their richest rcarpfd. They have discovered. too. Ihnt. however unsophisticated lUatl liMencimay be, they cannot get away with rate play, however well >l The Taverner" great* iwcttgea have been Shakespeare*! Hamlet Othello. John Drinkwjiter": Bird in the Hand. J U PricslU-\They Came to a (It*, during F< !,\.,i year, Twelfth NUM. The general requiremen's seem to be a good story. plenty ol action and thoughtful (fig 'wo adventure* may be doing more for British drama and poetry than is at first obvious. An art which flourished only amongst (he few can never have the iiee[.er value of an art which is the product of the national consciousness. The ex'. the Barrow Poets and the Taverners shows that their audiences have sounder undards than the literary specialist might expect. As one of the men leaning against iss panel of the fishes* rial li tening with tomed attention to m of poetry: i like it be• II makes me think.' WHY NOT CONSERVE VALUABLE FOOD? In SIIIIM; s 1111111111/1: run 1; 912.1.00 — AVAILABLE FROM STOCK — Mhli y i O.. %  I Ifll>. aVepl. ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS NEED REGRADWG 6 Headers Say: In my lag) ItOtM 1 anticipated — | one argument which rnaffbt haw 11 en rueas] ba gsawrar to my objection to the addition of Latin and Spanish to the curriculum of th. Ik Bventary Sehoob.. 1 rhjbt (>ri Wednesday one n hU profound disagroement u>ed me of not wanting these children to be taught Latin. agreement is based on two fallacies. The first l| thai a knowledge of Latin U the hall mark of intellectuality. This is As there might I*' others of the same school of thought. 1 should like to ask what ol ;, rudlmenl ledge of Latin to the potcnti.il %  %  i-ond fallacy li %  ithei things. k how can Latin help the child v. H English which la our Mother tongue and the basis of all other training and our means of self based en %  the trimmings and t'1 ,. rloosti ,children to earn a living and lit them for their place* in that s<" I A Difference l>n me state emphatically here and now thai my object tary Schools being taught Latin. Qreekt Hin luat Arabic, but I object to the addition of a curriculum which is not being etni kmuy t lughl lodaj The raaulti or examinations of "Elementarv pupils tceldl U* St. Michael's Girls' School Combcrmere and t h e Lodge School, th.e x perience of master workmen and others c o n ne ct ed with the Bursary system and my OWB where youngsters cannot write simple letters correctly. point to the fact that th.ohUdlWfl turned out from Schools are not getting Ihe thorough ground % %  • hi Rnghsh nd Arithmetic which the. I acquired. Age Clrnupinii Th.:eason Is easy to some stage in the cv changes Wrlieh OIU *.*tem hnv %  -i y which did '" 11 %  but one • %  I'luduce age-grouping in an educational s>.~iem where there is no provision for compuindencet. The essence ol ipini is that Ihe children 111 the group should have started ..nd moved on to the UUM as the> progressed mentally. In this iland some people -"'ill bebe\e that a child Ol r.\e is top young to enter school i.nd when be is sent at %  even or eight he has to be put in the second or third standard and taught to spell "cat" and 1 ,i %  !!'' The worst part 1that this backward I Inld must bp put in a 'stream' called C while there are 49 others In he class. And he mual !*• taught the MUtM ihmgs which lunior %  .limn into %  Standard next door This is where the teacher is at a distinct disadvantage, and. 1 repeat. burdened unncceeaarily. The Schools The Bra) step In IhU series of I have been the introduction of Nursery Kindergarden. Junior. Senior and Primary schools finishing at 11 ud either for Secondary bKhnlca] or voca%  uning. I am not ovcrhntkinic 1 %  the Common course but let it be Introduced i.nd become the "normal" course where everv child can benetit from it and not where dc-pite il* excellence, it puts the routine Of the *vstein askew. Out Of Gear II rnusl not l>e understood i.hat 1 decry the merit of thai ductions Imt I am convinced that injected as they are into a s\-tcm which had not rfotved sufficiently, they throw the mschineiy out of gear. And 1 in mallj ivarai to uj peraoi 01 thing which disrupts the WOTtlng of a system which Bappitag MM onlv smattering of adhueatloa thousands of our children wtU ever gel. in England the Ek *vtem provide* education in the Nursery School under five years, the Infant School live to anan yearn, the Junior School eight to eleven years and the Ssnioi School twelve lo fifteen (reari The term "BeiUOl UU | OsOOl nol and cannot mean in Barbados what it does in England because ef the break down which 1 hare shown ah ((impulsion. It is therefore inflnttrly abturd to atti secondary education In the HarSamentary Schot done in the English Senior Schools because they lack the HirIh Control To The Ediior. The /idrocote— SIR.—There are many grfUka fl : Birth Control. TI %  ... the world la becoming over populated but It WOUM be %  nent and %  kUled m the last war. The numiii 1 in Korea and jrei those who must die m the Third World WM which now threatens mankind. 1 % %  id ,.t concentrating so on With Control, whj %  o re attention to 'i'l* eonti ii 'i.l strive health. Aim to preserve rather than a life HOHM-r CAV1 graded system which gives .1 'primar>-' education up I yeart and then e secondary stage. The aee land la to discard the 1MB Act and to provide education not to IS years but jp to 18 years. Tin lo le for the hools before we csn make use >>f the hum %  which has l he I represented as a prototoype of all such bos ; greet odds for a pla< the sun. Their pennls. given in most cases from an attentuated budset are of gr'at imi*rtance as a symbol of solid.. By their magnlfleent response Ihey have put to shame their elders and done much to restore '>ur faith in human natur %  If there are any schools which %  raei Ived, my circular lo not attribute It to lack of intention to write you but make your %  tu d lust the same. With apologies to Arthur Hugh Clough. I close with Ihe adapta"And Iho.nfl th* mmall M.lwcfiptum. — worltil lack ol < (mm Mhoola and haSSMi Coinea asnttj Bi>odlns In in* rt." Yours faithfully. I \ LYNCH C. Bdoj Olympic CVe The K"'c Be Kiimes with f ^M£ aieL aiaal equipment from mir magnitiBalls Hats %  ent unil low priced %clectinn. Indian Cricket Balls from $2.02 and English makes hv WKden. I.illywhite, etc. By Gunn & MiMirc, (iradidge. Denis C'oinptoii nmonu others. Wicket^ cc *• nd B ssF : %  ruled and Shod @ $11.04 Pads *\ l.lovis A wide rauge of sizes and Prices Da Costa & Co., Lid. %  H i l l I 4HII I' IT'S SO GOOD I MUST DKI.\K IT AIL Tilt. TENS 3-YEAR OLD GODDARDS i



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PAGE TIN M M).\Y AbVIM Ml -.( M>\\ M \\ .!."> IS32 THE PEOPLE OF BARBADOS *-lutes' Saint : this po bofla la sixteen "ftx 1 ub"Ut %  dreadful cres looked on 1 > Undri tut I pox nnd 'Jil about %  and lias raanv •; twenty out 1 %  u %  drn In l"48. .1 large number • Bar bad< to b, vantwp supposed to h this bland, and DennM MrLeod states that at the %  • ferae years, only eighteen had %  jrt the Iro %  1 %  34th Ifll, i 01 m're than paring imere had b %  %  %  the type ot III oX that ateies). Thi from A lowlng Papai i u,-< ranUn tail ..;• %  ; a i g ligjv. whnl %  .-iir P'v I 1 %  %  %  %  tvlth their infee : tr> spread th .V We dn %  ice than %  %  %  ttitm— %  Otl OU: BOHI SAY . u n.iiv %  •uinrviV Plantations, but been returned 'poo. ''••' !" com b nd arm w*n> lo b* irai.t %  <>r A rm%  I i'i,ly refused to grant the meagre %  ., this and cirtumM-iibed „ urn ol moo lowWdl the payment within .-nch narrow uounda:"-i.. ru^pratUOB asqafjasw. U1Ueve.y possible encouragement n ately nothing was done foi thesB should be afforded to the pool jnd labouiious, to exert 'hen industry and ingenuity in such useful Employment*, as are suited to the humble Condition These men. my lord, form the real strength of the Country ;md were they placed IT earn a subsistence foi themselves nnd families, would i'> opulenn But. unpoUea K evails here, few of our .iniatioiu. have a -utllcient i ( lab puren to cultiIssir Lands, yet many %  I n,i'. nad ag Tradeemen wno wouM bo aqualh kbiy 'rigaged in jgruul_i' a -tuial Oecupationv. wh.lc the in-\SSS aljSo i wh.u. rnoehanic, u ,ltr "V^w^'. 5 !" r'i destitute Ol .-mployment; o r If "" prk ' ; treated and finds The big sporting eventol he reat dimculty In obtaining ""£ %  v 'Tt.'"fi ^ '.K'"^^ thai UndO. Eg Wertnesrta> HI h dlscouragnnents he is com'' (lelled to forego his fond atta hmoad to his nativtbV to the neighbouring Colonies, where his skill and Diligence are better rewarded. Thus the strength ol the Coun(To be Continued) Quoted by Sollers. in "M.ir>-land Historical Maganne," II. 41n (ialaodai of Hum*.Office Papon, IV. no. 39. "An Enquiry into the Causes of the Frequent Executions at Tyburn," London 172S. !,, 1i Mandevll JOttmal of the Barbados Museum and Historical V VIII. page 181—162. Radio Notes CONQUER PAIN SCIENTIFICALLY O %  AUkCltii >" lUlu '*" "•" %  a** 1 ** "sdka*ss, UN Phsnsonln. *ZJ Cadsif-. Acsr/lsslkylk ACM-A4 QUINlNi. These foer fnee'idnss, sessnttflesllir balsiKsd. work lynerglsUcBJIy—that Is *' %  eKM %  * f*0> %  %  I HASTINGS BARBADOS Under new nunagement. Dally and longlenn rate* quoted on -equest Permanent guests welcom* Dinner and 'Cocktail parties am nged. J. H. BU<'KLAND. Proprietor he latter i ii n i. these two greit British racing classics will be broadcasi by Ray%  %  to this anw at [hose lunea 10 IS for the Derby and live nun' i lm i rt "^^ d r c r-^' ; .ion Stock deprived of a due ; h( iy m( Ur i, n ml; there will be a i" 1 1 1 i %  '-" % %  %  in• sporting went will !>• I by which Individuals can obSunday. 25th inst Bl I l p.m lain from the common Stock a with u ilve-.mmile account of the supply of the want-* of thel, •occ'-r match. Australia vs. fcngFamilles." (4) UBad n Vienna. xP' YEAST-YITEI S^s^sd ii i-eev Ihe city clear of vaRiant* .> watchmen were usually 0 i 1 and unable to ubta.n any %  employ inetil livery Act v ig puosed In 1834, It was conthai this fo,ce would be ... i adequate to protect the property • the merchant.-, should the freed ham. *lvs take 10 acts .4 steuling and i ,i;i Act was passed in had '834 foi the establishment of un efficient police force for Dridgen am. This force gave employment • iis'.ged to some of the freed white indenad sen'ants, and even after it lM _i m p m -KH ran away was expanded and became an r IU land wide force, for many years _* m PS.'TS. -.. emalned a < mpletot) whiti p m LMI • %  -. %  %  %  '• % %  ' were mtt • t,,, ejavory atoppi enturod servant and fre. K '. V^^" i ; %  TO-DAYS NEWS HASH < UXOrllAM: 1'APKR Has Arrived To JOHNSON'S STATIONIRY WE ARC RELEJNG Ot'T OUR STOCK OF WINDOW GLASS A Bargain for Builders JOHNSON'S HARDWARE ORIENTAL PALACE HKADOUARTEUS FO SOUVENIRS FROM INPIA. 'UI.NA a OITLON THANI'S IT. Wm IIJ. St. DU, i n -\ There's nothing else like HEADACHES {YBAS1 vm It'auM NERVE PAINS S'^IV pain reliever > n %  .....) wntCa ALSO contains COLDS, C!1ILLS ; > .,„, B„ Btiri Get youraeh* %  .upplv of j assssuTM 1!M.'S''"„,^!S PAIN 1 %  .:.t-uick reK mS < Hal und ltd Ix-ncr, tool YEAST-VITE Frank B. Armttronf & Ctf., Ltd.—A*entg. %  The abolition of slavery stopped %  arvant nnd freed the remaining ones of their bond.. estimated U lofth.ii peopla iu %  i otl ppt i %  .. have or these unfortunai pBtBssvrnn'd to this icon put %  .WONDER WHEELS N Why Hercules c arrive in Barbe in perfect concU The special Hercules pajlung methcxls the result of \c 'v^ars study of packing for countries overseas en-urcthiv The wellwrapped pan s are placed car: ully in strong ca'.cs so that thev ::. be simply, safely and correct'y as•emblcd on arrival at dVastin ion.



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SUNDAY. \1\'. -INDXY ADYiM Ml p.xr.r. n i w \ Tftr iMMMf */ I'm I iiiLi.uit I'ti/ti'i — furl _' The Truth in •Do Hurry up Dear' the King told Her Your Horoscope //. UUH.I i HIII : w:\tJH hi. V IN'(; BDWAR11 in Buckingham Palace SnoMng, which' Qu<< toi i;i Royal imtT at n cii*ar with their heads pi do d out of ni**ht. "i i .I) fouri with Ihcir heads close to the nrepL The King did. bowl t Ish one redutu icing an ornamental and mucn bemediilled person solemnly by the ri d e bOfd every night at dinner he asked what the man was suppesrd I ing. Abolished "He Is Tow taster," replied h i secretary. -What does hi Kin*; "Nothing, sir." "*4nd how rnurh do i for if?" "Six hundred pounds a year. So the office Ml .ibolMi.-d sad the nun tivrn win work at the tMUcr. Though King I'dward did much b %  Palace t<> its he disliked th ( p ace, It held memoriae of a ati ways happy, childhood. it wu I he often endured fits of i living then' and it mi • > %  I r IIIIIIIII r i %  ( III .I .al UBnSS in lllmpsrd Ills multuT's Khiisl. anil heard the echo of lu-r % tiler. Court 11f.ttUI po-sesaed its comic moments. On one oc ca s i on. wbeD the King ncinvi hit %  % %  p.ige cat I of their robes as far as the Throne Room door .inl Mil M x II \*AJAll 111 1 A I'AKTH't I.ABI.V LAJtOI (.nn The I ventually -i and the King arrived P il I 111 lop of Die Grand Staircase. Hut there was no Mgn of Queen Alexandra. The King went along to his nei door Ned week • A MIDMI.IIT caller when iluKim'. afasj slrepini;; HOW Tin: I'aia.r ri a "face-lifliny"; Till: NIGHT (he Kaiser ne i:!i cried; und THE I rTTKK that tola (lornmnv s war secrets. and did I loved oft them, o i he i %  more fortunately i i the Palace WMUUW:.. s. t w -oicn liveried lootmen %  i .in.ii ate !!. %  rangle and go crawling .ii a,K' on all I II %  M. \uulra had caught her l<> la pesrl necklace in the k n( hrr roarii, and. all had to lie rctrirvcil he I ore ihe Bfeeeaesea aseved I'-Iii.,it lend JeueU were irushed Kindneas ararda abort %  i e aSectionatel) Then exasperated) he thai n the did ad %  fo pet i-rou'ned ar all .' The llitth There was another hitch somo %  %  %  %  %  lam nl. A great procession was drawn link: the llgnal | on*. The sppolntad hour came ed. The inniuti mark< I He had %  : great Increase In popularity—-largely I %  acts of %  thinking if conferring gifts .. . Fin instance, one d iy yacht %  %  i ibj bj the King that he "deserved a noil" i %  horit) tor \ e "i abeence on full pay ai\ri %  letter olferinn ilie by fa.Id. hlddi carriages, had in llnding out what had h.i|M'" 'i :i their Stale Ktna hd heard thai the in| lamas) made ..i hi (o %  ontlnne I Ol .ri'm nl Royal polntmcnt ga 4ln pare IS Itch Germs Killed in 7 Minutes MIUI0HS Of tUKUB agree with idmtttt findings that : • J_ 1 RHEUMATIC PAINS Here Is REAL flitt . For real relief from rheumatic paioa it is essential to conn t B asBgah When tbey are dac to OW accumuUtton of bodily uapunars rt means that your kidneys which should filter away these harmful unpuhtiri are sluggish snd need a medicine to tooe them up. De Wilts Kidney and Bladder Pills are necially prepared for this puipoae. Tbey aoothe and tone up disordered kidneys so eflecUTely thai these vital organs speedily return to their normal hk I 0* M CJcaimg the system of impurities. V DeTwiU's Puts have been relieving rheumatic sufferers in many parts of the Sforid with grc.ii • ssedicine may be just what yea need. Go to your chemist and obtain a IBM Pill, right GUARANTK Pa Watt's Pu* •*• aaaaaa'aili'1 under stnt :ly hygicru ferss to rigid standards of parity a . it §: #-* u i: it i' .1 # A T s In a %  |.nil will take I I %  ire ihe an-srer. formulated I g listing i.. If-iff-oiwJ %  n paiiite*! i iiiuad wiiler uainl* Uy lr >our GALVANISED SHEETS from us. Present stocks include:— e', V, 8' x 30 Qgajuw) 7' and 8' x 2(1 timifjc W x 28 Qgasg 6' and 7' x 24 (laupe • WEMEMBER ^§TWe are the cheapest place in town for ... GALVANISED SHEETS. • THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM Bpnrlalfal in Hardware What a bad start for a day's work if you wake ur feellnit tlr*.l and listless, tn-'i'ail Ol "inklirisk and full of Ono woman who can Bspreolate '^" dtfTi-rrn her own asperlence. w taklnif Kruschan. alwavK uitrd to waka tn tha inui nil feeling rery ilrod. Now I have losl .ill that t ireilneaa and k arake aaargw. riiThen r i made mi tenl yes.re ..i a wulfS-rd with • ml %  welling* round mv ankloa. these painan-l -wnllinaB I lake KrneolieB Belle reui*riv and ,i, %  uffoly u u I keei (TOO % %  p beoau thj liver. t L -1 ii' i wrln and keeps working smoothly und %  w*nl cf thla (t-shenad body. Pi '.moos pel I ad and ,. im oeeee. Anil ai wttb Krui i-Ksponda i %  i %  immaU Chemists and Htoroa. REDIFFUSI0N isi.i n.i I.ISIIMXI. in-: MI IT IT TK \K.M.I;.\H STKIIT : %  -,. ','-*---*--,*,'.*-.::•.•.•.'.:•,;;', % % % %  -' y o o "a, To keep ;. regular 'takeEHO'S SpukLteg 1-NO'S "liuii Sail'' first thing in the morning freshens you up both mentally and physically. It clean the bead] dean n anJ refreshes the mouth, remove*: ill lymptomi >i Uvetiassnesi. UNO'S contains no luiNi punjatives. Its gentle laxative aciicn is non-habit-ionnini;. l-N'O'S is suitable lor delicate stomachs, sale lor children and invalids. Keep your "Fruit Salt" handy. Eeio's Fruit Salt' Urn mn*i \P*o 5P IALLY u\> 0MMI VDJ li far IHIO 01 I \u ACTION, SICK HI sDAt IM I IMKIMIM BS, mi KM -M M, IMH(.*Mlt)\. He. Sold in bottles for lasting freshness.



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r \r.r TNT! vr ST-\T>\V .\nvor\Tr j ,-.•.. |Y ,t • 'gg l*J2 Ministers Examine W.I. Stands At K1F TELEPHONE AND GENERAL TRUST %  %  Bo: %  %  i %  1 Am' GROUP RESERVES FURTHER STRENGHTENED Great Scope For Expansion in Portugal Serious Effects of Jamaican Hurricane: Service Rehabilitation Rapid Sir Alexander Roger's Review of Wid?spr?ad Intctests %  %  %  amlne The t,.. Ht Lucy. %  Irrk in llir Uoh of the cricketer. la no* vnitgrV questions on the Colon> e n-t.ryOffice in Barbados, intry With Mr II "band* he i/crr flown 1 %  %  I p ..., the stand hnd i %  % % %  %  .: %  ... M %  . .1 .1 U,< I bwkwwofi %  %  mud. .' ... %  l W < ItracUng the eye Maie>l" nil. day long. Bui ild be." of il: One. win. • stand", most Ini %  in their go unustte." —B,UI TinRomance of Buckingham Palace 11 II %  ha tune's %  DC along %  %  %  %  to help K i man* %  Ni'vir Knm bUnd m.m ntvar an ew' I .. ii i :-.1.1.11 llowtag n. a speech by Si; %  Roan, KCIE, chairi!K director. The director! repOtt and staleaccounts sent you On UBuji show iinWan'"n n he profit at £87.339 fOl I 1951 after charging tM.2un %  (against £87.400 in 1850) for taxup by C 1.302 Dividendi interest, arid sundry receipts si L'252.558 increased by £5.684. Management expenses V i mil higher, whlli I less by £339 due lu llu %  i tirement of a director a year ago Interest paid on loans and deiHjslts to the trust Is less by i: 4,119, reflecting withdrawals b.. i i and associated companies Piotits tax and income tax ai I M M i %  %  orb naarh ll pi i earn our groas prom. This percentavemgri age •>! taxation is on much too high i irnlr and It t* devoutly to be ii at n. far distant dale it will be much lower no that enISUM is can again venture iind expand with some safety. Traiufi m of £10.000 to revenue ind £25,ooo to conttty henries resHva increase these to i 110.000 and £100.000 respectiveLy The 7 per cent. Preference ivldltld and 'he usual 8 per OnHnarj dividends rtqil I nt deducting tax. I 100,948 lo i>e carried forward, against £9ft.752 brought In rahue reserves amount to 8E1Y1TEX (flotfti of JJijtmcftoii RESILIENT DECORATIVE TILES FLUIMEH JWNTLESS SURFACIMQS • sum Investments ut £1,382.727 ihow i'i increase of £264.703, malnl iCCOUnted for by the Iransfcr of trie trust's investment in Telephone Properties. Limited, from the HtRI liiu %  companies" Di Telephone Pronow 'orms part i.f I he total of %  Investments quoted gi %  & the litludeH In the figure of ei.8 %  i %  %  tments at lecembet 31, IM1 T* iliUal overof C713.7SI. or .. i l pel cent ovai 'ho net book • C 181 Rl consider the val%  I3S.4 %  %  %  demonstrates the neces*nv tot a continuous flow of new a successful and ever-expiind.nu public utility slanoai .it £311,204 are % %  %  %  at a < BtkSBOt of the transactions already laa cf lbad As announced in the circular letter to stockholders dated April 12. 1952, the trust has Issued 373 000 new Ordinary shares of £ 1 each at 23s. per share, and I am t.l.'ul to l>e able to say this was 0 inmplete success. Acceptances rc••'• mi cam of the shares offered were received, ud sppltcatkmi f>r addition. i snarei :-oiiBiderably exceeded those a vailObll It was essential for us to broaden the base upon which ti> carry the initial faanotpj Of tin overseas telephone operating IUIHpanies and so enable the trust to •.. BU] Hi full their further development GRour AcciHM i inuhst.iutliil gnHi n-^erves Capital and revenue—amount to £992.141. BU increase of £18.347 over I9M The statement regarding the telephone operating and subsidiary companies accompanying the balance-sheet •hows net assets of £2.549.492, to which Is added £26.422. being the balance of hurricane damage exi after writing oft* £13.200) Incurred in Jamaica, and referred to In my remark* on the We-' IndkM COB postal DfYH-OPMSNTS IN PORTUGAL 1 M %  uat holds a %  Dt In The Anglo-Portu"iicsc Telephone Companv. Limited, with which it has now been i for a quarter of a cen;urv The group through the mediunOf the tru;;l has provided and it continues to provide financial. LitKineeTtng. adMstan< i arta mv.ilunme hel|. .it .ill tfalMi to that Imporinnt company, The Anitlo-Portuguese Teieph'inc Company) Limited Following uix>n the introduction of pint tariffs In Portufa] In M i ]":,o. the f foreign capital, a policy which : is been maintained over a long iH-riod of years. The bolivar is firmly established i hard currency, and there are io restrictions on remittances Wr.M INDUS The board* and managements of ur associated telephone operating i.inpanies in Jamaica, Trinidad. ;K) Barbados continued their i H | of expanding and improving 'ilejiiiona services to the public In their respective territories. In this the\ were fully supported %  v the trust with its technical, re%  rih and manufacturing ussokitO During the .year the trust udi .meed on temporsry loan to these ,7est Indies companies an adrti1 onal £223,000 towards their i.velopment pmgrammes. pOO which colkvlively (hey 01ome f.3B8.nou. having probatanea from their #wn mi. i In spite t al development from August onards. the comp.in> expend' n some Ci2U.0OJ or. capital work. ind added 969 %  tgfjuM d. vcar, making a total of 14.406 n ;5i Thi gross plant assetof the compan. now exceed the 11.000.000 mark. amounting tUKX*. iitiful-. %  oisuoas ami |>uUa iMilkluujs U -4.140*. %  %  %  %  impanv 11 unqianv in 19 %  i %  %  %  '. seherr *? %  l ipment •** %  %  %  gport which will be 1 1ud cheap i OWer ;md troniJAMAICA The %  maicn o %  another interrupted nr-igresa Ii %  %  %  i i •. The iiniin. PH ,II .11. hanil%  rtom' I "I I : I | I I ' %  lowed %  %  [lot llf .^r cent P ,,-' i .,.f.Ked %  %  • % % % % %  .-es nt par. of %  'irh th • btl %  "c w ._ mdln*of %  r the l^il.-inee %  localb nt Jamaica. At December 31. 1951. Trinidad Consolidated Telephones, Limiu-ti. haa 16.170 stations in service %  • auUbintial gain ol 1J76 station.. Nearly 1200,000 was expends i upon additional automatic exchange equipment, and the , sion of the cable network UirouK.il oid. A tribute was paid in the annual report of the Trinidad Company to the very great assistance received from their aasociatea and consulting engineers in Britain. BARBADOS in Barbados additional exchange equipment enabled 525 stations t<> be added to the telephone eompny"s system, making 4,855 in service at December 31, 1951—an increase of over 12 per cent. Some £36000 was expended upon this company's smaller but extremely ellleient and up-to-date plant, and considerable further expenditure is planned for 1952. As a consequence of the rlsin.' cost of plant and man materials, and |m resulting from negotiations with the local trades union, it has been Mwary to increase the chargefor telephone service and. after isultation with Barbados Go\ • iment authorities and other responsible and representative bodies in the island, these were put Into effect on April 1 last. The telephone companies with which the trust la activrlv associated added some 18.500 tclcphon< s to then svstems during 1951. ili% % % %  .. tintotal in service '.. nearly 217.000. The value in sterling of their gros* telephone nlant. land, and buildings amounts to over £15.000,000. and the leplicement value at to-day's prices would hw very conslder.blv higher. Tng NATIONS PKOBIEMS >vershadowing the oountry*! '"-dav is the rearmament programme. A necessary evil—but QI faced and dealt with as expeditiously and effectively as Is within our power. Indeed, under present world conditions there o stem the ncmic tide, record • . .,, %  • %  -if 'he trust on'l it nl i %  '. val'.v and hbj) lice through •I'll— vaar SUHHLIED AND LAID BY D0WDING ESTATES & TRADING CO.. LTD. IN 18 COLOURFUL SHADES. OUR .SI Mil.\ I). PI will IK.pk-osed in quota on a I'imi Price lor the I I. ,ir ol your Choice. /*#•*• I'timif :i:i7'J • .tint" •


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srvn.W. MAY !5. 152 srsnw \DVOCATF PACK THIRTEEN HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES TUAM* OCOCf*£SS \ */Va? CO*.. S-OL£.\'f . <-x I *UT T"tl^ tVrf Tug ,^ —-~ WHfN LAU*I CAMf ,'VA I \l. S4r )\\ :l BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG BRINGING UP FATHER v. "*Be *• 'M oorrcw j ACP AVJO %  <& NO r W|) o-cocToc'mw&w r PVPC T"AK*( >UU POP OU Wf -~'fcn ; p "16E tOu Aec HJH-I L*P* •UT YOU 6esI-EB-A RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND THE 9W PHANTOM LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES OU* fcefcHSAllALF-MllE AHEAD. 6hTVTH,fn&&l6HT FOCWABD. DAVE, CIRCLE WES 7 U COME UP .N BACk OF'EM. SABGE SAlP* MI&V.T K TWPOZEN 6WJ6.EPS*Wi5HI WAS HOME •WISH I WAS ANV PLACEj BUT HEBE tHETCUCWUFlATftAJL M COULD FOLLOW WNPfOLDEP 6ET 'HE 7 jEEP,SM/fH.' :.' Red Kidin* Hood ^ Outsmarta the Wolf t onr bright, -innv Jj\ a htl< girl ulrfd .led Riding Hood went to mil her gnndmothcr > ho li M h* uippol along Rut ding Kid laoiria* R#d R„1.ne lUsl and ran to ihe (nWnni"n> totiaar Whrn Red Riding Hood .rmrt. h* rvuixisl on h*r j-vl unsl. "\hi" No* cr-rd Red Riding I t her haiku I he kh. he forgt-i Red Riding Hood and dwdout lu hu more K0..1I Pudding' So MII 10 make— to acooomxa! -and M niitrmoui Treat your family to Mytl Pudding today fcfc vV Cto lo In Late King George VI StCMtclS Sup'c&ftUL IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only —~' — %  %  %  -— — %  — %  — %  i -..-.. .. %  ^ — : T am SI'l.t IAI. IIIIIIIS are ••<•< Usually Nuw l'kK>. ..i Iriim Sugar .... S .11 .40 l"k|i,. I.iplnn's Tea II lb.) .79 .72 TinKrrlrmil :|K .::.". Tins Drill/ MiM'aroni uilh CMMM .:M .:HI Tin. Tun InrHiiuil Clfcl I "" " Bottles Mayonliiiiso Til iH ailuliltal % % % % % %  Id in. Ii.s Twredaidr, S|n-ii;lilsl<>ii and Siiim Slrrrt III Till CANNSD \ M.I I Mil IS Tins ltriisscls Spniulk Tins Cauliflower %  ins llriiad Bean* Tins CaUrj (wholt) ; Tina Celery^cot) Tint Ynitnu Qnta PttJ (Itne) Inis VoMBf Cin-rn IVus (fine) 'I'ins SitiniM li .44 .711 .w .58 ,7U 2 Wi .27 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street THE COLONNADE 1. II O < I II I I S THE PERFECT PAIR FOR PERFECT ENJOYMENT OF MOTORING ;••. i %  ;. ,i.-:i MOTOR GASOLINE AND SHELL X-100 MOTOR OIL



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PAGE F01RTF.r\ SINDAY ADVOCATE SLVTJAY, MAY 23. 1S2 CLASSIFIED ADS. TELtPWONt >9M THANKS BODr.ER*—tli> e express tnana. and sincere ipaix •tmpaUo •tpriHtari to us through recent _d W WMM M nt entire ami r*nr -*f ihe undersigned desire lo Iho— who eipresaed .yrapalh*, %  the death ..f Cat! I I i %  HMM MrI %  BBS J%  IN MKMOKIAM dear mother Houmond Lash la passed'aw*. May SS. ISO The around of her profess* Jesus and IIIBlond Hr give* Boss—Inn of everlasting Bond. Ever 10 ba rarrxembered I daughter CEHMAINF. LASMLEY B.3 51—lit I OH KALE AUTOMOTIVE iXttl, In appls-i>> wider leil PMM >-• H.aH Ch Dial a*3A ihOitiui and done only Haw '. %  island Can be M contact Mr C 4 v.]-. | M| dariu IAJ.IIIK Car "t good -n!") mils* par gallon For further r nation Dial 41B0 ci tin. i.ja '•> 1AH M < M.r.i. I h p ..i. ktami | liaBO mile*. excellent cundlfurt Hoyal Garage Ltd Telephone CAR-Fasd Prefect law IBM moatol Gen-cal rondiUoo good Mileage usata. *V ApPl>; Wtlhnall. 1 on label .a. ram stM %  %  -* • n CBANDLEB—In lmi memory of beloved grandmother Hulh II' Cr-andler who deponed thw lit. May Mlh IMI. %  God .aw the mad ••> Betting rough. The Milwere hard to climb; He gent I > closed her I,*... %  And whispered, 'peace I* Only those who love ran tall. The pain of parting without farewell May .he resi in pea..Ever la be remembered l>v ,.%  :. %  !-., MMM MA am OOD In loving memory of Euralcnr liana Harewood of SUBber'a Tenantry Black Bock hn *a> .allrd AR. On. Vauxhall cm 1 good lyraa In BMeUenl 4il< Giimlhv Rockley. B h.p wilh md.it.on Dial j • i hi IHICilDAlRK. WaatmahuuM In good orx.ng order Dial sOBfl Tcmpro Elee(iAKRARD RECORD CIIANGKKS Speed. A (aw left Coll rarly an. i.rnl disappointment I' C I Mall. „ i 1...1 2i* a ii Dew in MM B*l happy mcmorie. Tha hoarla thai loved y ett afloction Alway. will k>v* you in ire (nndlv rlina lo your %  with Haapdaalh Junt H 11 • %  '%  AH-<-< !!•>* %  %  iinldipi. Riio '*Htrr*<. nvNiiao : %  -". ;'-'.] Till memory ladan and l.fe drpar You'll lira (orovor in oui |Mrta. B Tony ion> and Uta Doitm Family B8 SI-In. I Oil RENT HOUSES -One %  !! Fotd I'rafacl Baa I*, Naoraat oft>r to Uta.00 1'hona Mil. MAM-a. %  l.\!VOl nvCBMKFm AniMIOI IADII< • UtaM In raahwna. humr aaMl i coptaa .. -I HAMiAU. liflVFK.NMENl NOTICE riLUT BKIIH.LIOWN. KAKRAIHIS Tllr. ( U'SINC, DATE for pfor pott of additional i'ILOT—Brtdrrlown. is nodlU'd ..* |7th May. i52 No am :> M w,i ..tier Ihm date will yn.Klrrco 23 5 M—in. rs in II Mriiiis italoM Matnaidi riialall.n .1 r*Mi TAKE NOTICE thai I. ownar of tho -i plantation, am about to ota n a loait of £4.00u undor Uta proUlo.ii of Iba abnvr Art. aomat tha lucr. Uolauaa and olhrr crops of ttm ant plantation to ba raapod in MB) oon borrwwad %  i UMj I -i thi> nrd da> T E conniN. IXKCTKIt'AI. IIErmOERATOa. Oonrial ricrti. ru fl. a> now >'i yoora ouaranta* L>Hard> miKod. Con ba aold aapi .alilnat Dial 4T1> 1 .• itATOR Uaad •>.>a.n* BurnUM rofrUraian fin00 In food latiramo urdai ipntad at K R. Iluntr %  Ml Broad St. 1 NOTICE TOOK LAW BOARD !rom (rftto I vrr I hov* aa< H art uiidn for whKh thai* .i.-rm-tl. w \\II:II IIMI AIIOVAI HELP HOVSB MAID—Oi ratliasM rafara p oao, ~"M Oaoroo rEAt-KKMA f. ry School lo Ii .. S. r.^,1 l>fin..„t, rvata School alno Drt 'III \TIII-. > ad Enprrlmcatf Amanrm I oily doom pvaiuon oa coonaouUoal HrcroUry alao willing to trawoL i,. XX C 0 AdvotaU Co MISCELLANEOUS iHT STOhlrTBIft IIJUU1 •CilUUI SatraHO taaar.la.IUa. I • M)i wiahful of rnioriac thii •oMol In lha Sopt-mbry U-'in f 1SHL an •nirancv Examination will ba held at Uw L.iHa athoDl n Saturday Juno Ilat. boflnPHHl IS o'clarli a m Appltcajitt moat not ba vouruyn than twari and • n.ofitha ar ohlai than yoira on data of E*omlwatM>n FOR SALE OHaVaWaatlll -1.(1' Mill < Olf-.. I I It St Jowoph Maalr n n Jardaa* Orrwatao Mi II and Blam* VouraaH ^^^^^a'a',-,%-.'-%*Ja.-,',*^*,*, Ih.. lor >i IIOJ wiuch Dor 1U arw .'•" to apply fix mar Iwt fiwnt Call • lelapium* d ii will bo aostad to you Tho I lha Entranca Eiatninalion. on i of wh.ch •hipwill b* awarded SHIPPING NOTICES PUBLIC SALES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. -.AlLlNa l'i"i I i "Hi 1 1 COTTICA. istb May, ISM M s NtsToK. aoth May. Ittt M •. BONAIRE. 11th Juno. IMS. M a BTENTOR. ITth Juno. ItM M t>. HEHTIA. 4th July, lfttt MAILINU TO ton M t U II.IJIXJSTAI). ItUi Juata. IBM MUM. TO TRINIDAD. FABAMARJBC AND naiTIBH fir IAN A 8 K COTTICA, and Juna. 1NJ. M S Nestor. 14th June. 1SA3 %  •: S BONAIIUe. aoth June, IMS U S HTENTOR. lllh July. MM. SAIUMQ TO TRINIDAD AND CVRACAO | HE9TIA, Jill Ju*. ItU. a. r avaaoN, SON a co. LTD Aiaata REAL ESTATE SHARES -.'. limited number of DINAPY SHARES In THE BARBADOS Mili-1 INc: A TRADINO CO LTD. at El per ahare. PTOO of atamp duty. CAKMINOTON Si SCALY % % %  Wj The M V "rACIQUl! lAKIDI will arretii t ar0 and l-.wnpn for St Lufla. Si. Vincent, Grenada, and Aruba Sailina Wia n aadar BHb Inat. Tha M/V "lBA^If %  JtA %  • will [ %  vcept Cargo and paenaoni lo* t Dominica. Antiua. Montaarral. Nevia and Bt. Kltta. SaiUnB Thursday. Sath Inat The at/V • %  CAJUBBBar' will accept Carap and Paaiinser* for Dominica. Antlaua, Monlaerrat. NevU and 81. Kltta laillns Saturday, m jui 1WJ. 'i" OWNSB* ABBOCIATIOV (INC.) < .....ii... — Tata. Mm. WC Bna-Std* Br.ia. | M-do a* ft land, well appointed with three b*d-raoma and all other Modem Haaaa on W H r -in undialurbed Ihr Harbour with three t** Tlll bath and M ST. in ;i -i : SubatanUal Hauf Ml ii llitda.ru>>. n. lUndnta; i fl Und r Removal iSotice We oaUre to inform our custofnen tbat on tha 29th, 30th &s 31st, wa shall ba inoving our of&cea and itoclu to our new premises, Lwer Buy Street, foimerlj occupied by Ralph Beard, and consequently will bt t-'osed to business. STOKER BYNOE LTD. Uere'i. TE SH1LJJNGS for you Whet are tbase nv* )umbUd words''1IIIINS •OTBtJ • r r IN K T i t 'WHIT •SO. First correct entry opened sets the prize. Closing data May Si, at 12 noon. Mark your reply "Cornpetition and teM It to • NEW INDIA ASSl/KANCE CO. LTD ^ IS Hifh Street Canadian National Steamships LIVESTOCK ALHATkAN rUPW bt' Imported FedlBi-e Sire Apply K U U Cooper. Boriland. Bt Peter 1'rione II--" BUNGALOW -Modem fi.rtii.ni-d Ru r aalow on St James Coaat. 1 pedrwmi, t HMIet* and balh.. runnlnf hot nnd cold tABIer All modorn >onvonlences 1)1.1 •ITS ll.B-l.li> BUNQAIOW— Manweir. Coast. Chn.t Chuirh. hilt* furnished house with tour bedroom* Good eea balhiiut To an approved leaani for Ih* monyt of June Applv Mra. J H Wllhlnton, Phone 1404 %  tJJi-as CHANDOS *nd rtlahed Trlaphona, A\a ..ii.ie lat June Ml X CARDIFF, Maawell—rurnnhed e> cept linen and cutlery For June an> July Apply to MrDamley Gibbons Phone 1173 Bj53 S FLAT PULI.V FURNISHED In 'I Blone House' Balm,.-. I (lap. Ha.i J tineDerem bar mil„KDial 3T2B M 9 53 **> .. %  .II Mtkai, %  II Ihe end of inn.nr ao MOUEBM SIOBK AND OFFItV One mad.rn Slope and one pacio OfBce at No Swan Btreet Apply C. L. NIcboKs, No IS Swan Street IS S tB-4, ROOMFumlnhed room Wlllt hun-rfteepina facllnie-. all ninvanlenraa, few minutes (rim. AquatkClub Dial 'relia Mil bill In BOOM A and i>antry i Apply v.. %  ,,. lanie room. Kitchen |M| 1 Ipal and water Whilepark Road. nin nV It'ASIDE BUNOALOW. al Pain '"'>, Haalina. fully fumlahad. S bedi>". from Juna lit Bale sea balhina ply fc> Mr. Fred Rttarli -WlimSANDS'. Bj fully f.rnlUied I June For particular' Uutrtur Oap Qyctist Injured MELVIN BROOME (34) of Chelsea Road, St. Michael, was treated al the Ccneral Hospital yasterday morning lor bruises on his left hand which he sustained when he fell from his bicycle which he was riding along Black l Rock about 8.15 a m the same flay. The front fork r.f the bir; was damaged. BHOOp MARE Or KLDLNG HUKBE mind mar* raced as "May loch", rhooled for polo, well ma., .ared MO so van ba aoen Balantyne plantation MECHANICAL 4U4 (.rFTCK KqUU*UENT OrUlnal O r Addln* and Cnlculolina Mathu .S—l.f.l MISCELLANEOUS AhTlytiSB — M every deacrlpllor. niata, China, old J-i-. in e Hllvar W.tarcolouro. Early books. Maps. Autographs ate. at Oontnawa Antique Shop ad*BjBg Boysl Yacht Club. Iltt-Ui AGA-REX COMPOUND ion, o palatable rr Iquld Paraffn Price Ltd 'or Conaupa iv Einulaion H boi. Kniahii SO i.SS—3n IIKNMUW | DUG MIXTURg"—a SBn.1 t..ni. which anna, a dos to hi. be.i id.I.on Buiiabla for dosa of all aaas and all breed. Prices BBc m | St M Kni ahtfr Lid Biaa-Sn "DO-DO" Tableta relievo Aalhma and IM dlAVult hiealhii'i Mil ihlpmant lull arrived. Kmnin I i.i 1SS.M WU'A RECORDS; Clearance*. T foe SI BO The Traveller. Club. Diodsjiaw Building. St Michael. Ran*. SB • SB—I (i.rmal occaslona Prelty droaaea rt help and cocktail handbag. al %  auae nylon -lockingsat the Mod. Pre-. Hhoppe. n..—l Street •km i Thrre .hops altualad day* from data of aal %  BBSS ajgah M w \i ; ... Dial RESIDENCE-with ill lenience, -.intet.lc lor a >r a Oucal House. For par. 41BB Bl*3--In. WILTSHIRE PLANTATIONT ellitighoiu* 'WHITE HAVEN" St Philip wiUt about SOI land made up a. follow, arable. 7 an M ,..I1K 1 wood. _-tBB, i donkeya und donkey-cart. Together alao with I.SM aharea m Threa llo.i.e. Factory Limiled Iw ap scUon by appoint men I Phono Hr A T Skeete. "Renllov" SSS3 Tha aboilproperly will be aet Up to publ | far aala In ti.e highest bidder beyond the appraised v.lue at S l> in on Friday Ihe Bin day of June 1BU al our Office. For further partM-uUrs nnd londlllon. of aal* apply to the under, signed CAKRINGTON A SleAIA Lucaa Btresrl III 33 5 SB|lfl I'NOEK THE SILVER HAMMER ala of IHMeele al Whllrnavcn a %  hlllp BRANKFR. TRilTMAN CO., -"I I II II. H Ml LADY BHDNXY CANADIAN I'HAIJ J:N.F.H IADY NELSON CANADIAN CHUlSBSt CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR LADY RODNEY %  alia Sails Mealraal N.'II.. IB May II Mav 30 May S June B Juna II Juna an Juna U Juna 30 Juna 3 Jui II Julp it July NUHIMMI Nil Aral' 11*. CaWnajBi CANADIAN CONBTBUCTOR LADY RODNEY CANADIAN C1IAIJ.ENC.ER I.AUY NELSON CKN CHUUtEJt CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR LADY RODNEY It 4.. May 23 June S July 14 July IT Jua* n Jum %  .' .n* is June 11 July a July M July %  Juke 11 July Bt July Au GARDINER AUSTIN A CO„ LTD.-Atnt. GOVERNMENT NOTICES UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER On Tuesday. THh bv order of 1 Oration Slmp.in we will -ell the Fu lure al "Le Touquat". Doier Bi which include. Ulnlnfl Table lo tea Upright Hush Chain. Verandah and Dsak Chair.. Moiri. Ru.he.1 Chairs in Bird Radio and Folding Card Table.. Ulan Tea Servlcta. Spoon.. Fork. Cullery and Ruga, Conaoleinn. Tea > | nice Cabinet. Dumb Walter. larders. En.im Top Table.. WesUnghouse Ret r In era I or wllh n new unit. El* TOBBBBt and Iron, Single Bedilead. __ Iprlnga, Deep-.leap Mallraeae., Droning Table, and Cheat of Drawers, Mirror*. Pillow*. Medicine Che.li. KHciien Uli %  II.. Crockery. Good Caledonian Do' HAIR CBXAM-The ilv.la Hair Cream Is -I 94 cents par Jar New Improv t-l here al *S cent. SJSi3lit Oven. KeakM and Cart wheel Bart I.,.!.>.., fJMBR weights i .i* i. Boa nv. Garden Bench. BU Garden Ti"iLi. Canv Cot. and many other Ham. Thla Fum la in peiiect condition. SALE 11.90 O'CLOCK — TERMS CASH Hit ANKER, TROTMAN •% CO, ABeUooeeratt,a4t ag PRIMUS. Thl. name Is y ertlScate against Are haaard. Do not ise cheap Inferior makes Thai do net > %  < and which are dangerous Pi toics uw less fuel aie Ih* most .omlcal and eflWlenl lypo af cooking ppcralua made G W Hutchinnori it co ud a K„ DANCE II. SI 1.II I Al UNITED SOCIAL CI.CII. MarchSeld, SI Philip. 0 lent L> DM Managemem ADMISSION. I Mu.li by Mr C It hi.i-i.i-. Orahealra BEFHESIIMENTS ON > ALE f>t f B>t#a MADAM IIIIIM HAIR 'STVLIST RKAi'TV s< IIOOI. NO 4T SWAN STREET ll Pemiane.it Wave Porrnanenl Wave Machlnelsss Wate Coif! Wave Mud Pack Henna Pack Bleach Fac k racial Pack Facial Maaaaga Hot M.d-OII rx-i.l Blue Blnar %  Easst Hair D?e Touch Up Bob H^l Curl Isldin. M id Bleach I .j. BI-.-.). Lemon Bleach "• and Lalh Dy v ii i ...i m rna-M H-ttrala TF.-I-.I-I | Hot MuaUrd OH Facial RtBjB ESS Shampoo Mad PBcki I t#Baaaiifjs> m PLASTIC In aw.ited KamcoaH f pla.tl HAINCOATS coloui' SIM e Mi.-S3 OH IN i-hlldrei camera. A. O. Lid. Dial 31BB IBSVn ..T-.. ,.,, (.. 11.* 11.11. I-lrirsrl. Knilands leadlnf Dally Naw^aper now arriving in Barbados by Air only a few days after publication In London Conta.l tan Oala. e/o AdvocaU Co. Lid 1^ .... K.preeentaUvr. Tal llli 1T. at—i f.a I 111 Malts.. imilian n M %  MM M M iBpaaag ,, .1 diwim ii-ai.-' 15511 Ii a dreaa nullon. |Ma.llibelt, and %  < Hi... Shoppc. B beer, bi Higher AIIHIVIH aats)H Shlgneal af U. POPULAR B4IM OAS COOHBai r of these have no. pafl ohad of net ihlpmant will ba ... %  D .. Ihasr. TO-DAY IM •a cookers. FOB III VI Vaiaabat Bumnaspremise, on Be -ett Btraat -hove Ihe Fo.1 OBn-e with back entrance on MarBtSSa omtains tw > ilranaa ri.x... ..id larps ,.„* windaw. Ideally .ulUbtc for any ctaai of b u.l new, especially a Drug Hlor. In close pr-i rasbe oaslred. Apply w II YN ROACH A Co. Ltd. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER in Thursday 3Sth hv order of .-*. ShiLUme we will sail their fur. ure at "Lauriston' Straihclyde which includes Ic.i.in Dining Tuble .with pti Bcnsw., Ccnich. Ornament Tables, C OBMML Bocken. and Arm Clmlr.. Waggon all In Mahogany. Black Mar bit Top Table. Pictures, Curtain. Glav and China. Brass. Silver and Plate. Ware. Forks, Spoon.. Cutlers at) Han saree Olaas. large Old China Bow and Old China Tea Service. Oak Chain and Hoekers. Single Iron and Painted Wooden Bed. lead, wllh Springe ami Mattresses. Dressing Tables, good Mirrored Praia, Lad.v. Dnl. yobling Screen all In Mah.^anv M T Wa.h I Chamber Ware. Mirrors, Books. Linen Press Planlers Desk, larder.. B ilrhr.i Tables, Lawn Mower. Cement \>la. Perfection 3-Bumar OH Btova and Sal. 1130 o. I.Hk. Tenna Cash RRANKER. TROTMAN A CO.. AurUaataers. 1JS.W— it. ri:nso\ %i credit to rr ilMaj Wllku mpon.lhle hr "iracting anv debt imle-s by a wrlll. irebv warned again.t wile, Winifred in.".. %  n i as I do noi hold FRED Al.nF.HT SMITH. St Paul Ave Bay Land. St Michael UorUadon 1I1U in The insbli,ii..M .I..IIH wife. Unthe d'ibbes errei as I do net bold myaelf %  Wo for bar or anyone slsa con% %  acting anv debt or debt. In my name by a wiltlen order algned b > %  "• tSgdl LESUE OIBBES. Wealbi.iv H..a.l. si. Mlebaal 14S1S In 1 public aie hereby warned a I .resin h> my wife, Florence ii.'.Sargeanti as I do not hoW %  •ipon.ible for her or anyona it-ting any dabt or debt. Ii i.nleaa by a willicit order > "tad i DOUG1AS DBAYTON. Near Crane. si I'hllip •fr*--*'eVWe'-'---*e*.***e*e*-'-*-'>'e*-'^ § MR MILTON BONNETTS J ANNUAL I (01 ION HISS DANGi I X At QUEEN'S PARK HOUSE ^ Ij SATURDAY. MAY 31ST \ ;. 1952 ;. S SIBSCRIPTION: 3fi ^ \ I A|„,|„ Met ir f.ilir-i**' \ OrchfHtra MEDICAL OFFICER GRADE %  TCBERCLLOMS DIVISION. 111 \ 1. I 11 lil.l'AK I MI.N 1. I KIN ILIAD AND TOasAGO Applicauons are invited for apDoUetment to the vacant post oi Medical Officer Orade 'B' TuberculosU Division. Health Department. Trmidad and Tobago. SalBTji :— •5.280x240—S5.T60 per annum. A salary above the miiumum will be paid if the officer*;; experience Justifies it. QoilMaal lf iaB i— (a) Medical qualification rcgistrable in Great Britain and by the Medical Board of Trinidad and Tobago. (b) More than live (5) years' Post-gradual** experiencu s rii>Klcian, with experience In lha treatment of Tuberculosis and rjhajtt diseasu>. Permanent and pensionable. UtiarMrs :— Not guaranteed, but where available, rant is payable by the .iflleer at a rate of ten percent (10"*) of his salary. In the case of an overseas officer who U not provided with quarters, a house allowance will be paid equivalent to the difTeratice between rental paid by Ihe officer and ten percent (10 ) of his monthly salary subject to a maximum of Qfty dollars ($S0j per month for a married officer and twenty dollars (20) per month for an unmarried officer. Paasages :— Free Ilrst class passage on first appointment for the officer and his family not exceeding five (5) persons In all in ana case of an ufllcer recruited overseas. Subject to review at any lime and not as a permanent right of the officer, froo passage* on leave after n minimum tour, not exceeding tha cost of a normal saa paasage to the United Kingdom for the ofneer. his wife and children subject to a maximum of three (S) adult fares. Medical Aiti-n t.i-n :— Free X-ray and operative treatment for the officer only. Private consulting practice will not be permitted. Mataved ar Appllcalia:— Applications should be submitted to the Colonial Secretary, Colonial Secretariat. Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, to reach him not later than June ;)0oh. 1952. Copies and not originals of testimonials should be submitted. 1 .M. WCNISON. Colonial Secretary. 20.5.52—3n RAFFLE in Aid ol Uta 111 XTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Tito PRIZE DRAWING for the above will now take ulave en HaWrday. June 7lh. Holders of Rattle Books; .rr asked to return Counterfoils on or before SatasraUy. 'lay Slat. English & Shorthand Would an >M A B A I • any other had T A IT I kind of 'A Ba rbndo. like to ll>lng your most dUTiniM Engli.h look with you lo Cornbern lurday inooni. Whv ru i k up once a month C B BOCK Gaidart MflSBRBSS, First Patia Fas— %  -! Olsun HlU. Ch Ch KITCHEN CUTLERY OF ALL DESCaUTTION SPOONS. KNIVES. FORKS. FISH TURNERS. ETC. Obtainable at . THE 4VXTRAL EMPORMUM Corner Broad and Tudar fllreetM O*n>0aBs a f>Ba>. a e>0*>OOOaB-VV' J OV/-V)-/r>WJ J %  B0 •• Junt .-1 riitfil APEX HAIR PREPARATIONH JOHNSON'S BABY OIL ii v RAZOR m \ni PLASTIC BINOCULARS CLKARSPECS—treated UMaaa far keeplni lena J Spectacles and Glasses riser. FRESH VEtiFTABLE SEEDS YOUR DRUG STORE. THE rosMoroi ir\> Juit a few yarns off Braad St. In PR. WH. H'y. STREET Phone: 4441 or ZH1 P. A. CLARKE BEftTOFMriFMtlabella—A 1 loewy house and .cll-conljlnad nnewe with Main houae has outaide galkerlas, Urge living room, breakfa kltchon. 4 badrworna usual off.. ... %  -..• %  • i tiuarters. Annexe conUins large verandah, living room, kitchen, 7 roomy bedroom., and garage Gas and electricity laid on Further detail, on ippltcatlon *'-" N' I I %  .' mg—A modern bungalow of .tone conatrurtion on choice corner lite wllh approx frontage, of 110 ...id SO fl Pleaunt garden, well laid old with Sower bed.. BBS*, asCrete terra.a w-rrtl n.alura fruit .red Verandah, good living room, 1 bedrooms with b.nll-in wardrobes, toilet and shower, modern kltchon. garage wllh covarad Bathing and bus within anl." oust BR instruction wtlh evertte roofing, jrge llvliig ruo.it. gallery. S bedrams, kitchen, laundry, a aer%  nta* room, and garage. Fly." artrlted doors Ihroushout and mpfct bo I It ... cupboard* Pleasant Bigjhbourhood and good view. lerand.ih. garage and aervanta* quailers Excellent sandy beach {.nd bathing PNOFT.BTV. White Park Rnad— Solidly built 1 .tore, house with bedrooms, ipaclou* rrccption and dlrung rooms, slao detached ansMdH with living room and a bedrooms Alio.it a acres Ideal for fl-t., guest noil* or school. BSTATE BOI'SE. st Thonuuv9 bedrooms. 7 enclosed ..ii bill Id i rigs 'oral ston tonally F*rtet Modem %  3 i modelling and redecoration has Just been comi .-'.-.I The i ..„. of ample Oi mansion*, opens on lo wide verandah* with most attractive • eoaeape view. The S bedrooms ..re Sited wllh built-in cupboards ami also wash-basins, and'the Iwo bathroom* have II I sTBBSf (Irmahd n.->i coitlaln* 1 garngao. large slorerooitis and sen ant.' quarters, grounds of about V of an acre are well laid out and fenced. Mains nnd wall wai A most desirable and recomsftandad property aWBaUSal ll-lhlMI Maxwpll Coast Very well bnlt .tone house near co-.i ith spacious drawing having French windows faai room, ntle.1 kiMben. 4 double bedrooau, B-car garoda. aervanU' quarbyra and pnvala access lo good beach Thl. properly, which also Includes u detached and readily saleable building plot i>t>resents sslrwinelsound value. HFONE BI N'OALOM. Main ItOBd. W.inhi.ig |] monlh.. old. con%  lrucln>n corafullt nupervlaed Living room, gallary. 3 badrootna with washbaims, a-parala UHlet rnd bathroom, kitchen, detached •ervanta' quartan und garage .'l.J.Knr.. enclosed b> louae conlnli alnlnst .BaaMaX 5 and fence Trio .ines laws— galleries. 3 doubU* ttadroosB*, imposing hall, all usual clBres. garagas and onUHUadUig. VILLA BOSA'. Paaaaga Road. Qta V-rv attractive and catil.ally located (ton* bunxilow with .....pile csrriag*wa.r on approximately 14.000 ntiuarr> feet Thla wr.l built tropertt contains a front nailery large kwnge. aapara'e dining room, a I urge bodi %  >.. 1 bathroom* and toilet. p.ntry and kitchen. Good court OBAMVIUaT Flint Hall ..rny ) *lorey house with galler. living and dining rooms. c; h frt.lt trees and pasture, also itain. goad building plot on ner site. RENTALS 4IYEBAL Fl B.MHli AND t \l 1 BM.III i. Httl *%* FOB BFM BKAL ESTATE AOENTS ADCTIONXnS Pbons 4*4* Planl.ll.ns BuildlnB 9* lVEILSOl^'S CHOCOLATE 1L\US II SM ARRIVED I LaWfe Variety Of Flavour. Obtainable From All Poolers Got Yours Today REALTORS LIMITED. OFFEn Levelv Blona Houaa. coamprUIng up.ta.rs. thraa badrworna. large living room, dining room. I toilet, and bath, one with tub bath and hot and ''*' "*atr. gallery. Dow mi* in 3 rpan roovril. kitchen, and dtower room Mandlnar on approxImetoly Its Arras of land spout lop >aid< from Ctbbt. lieach Inipect.on by appointment only BUNGALOW At Blua Waters. Borklsy. Comprising three bedroom., dining and living room, kitchen, toilet and large tiled balh Standing on appro.Imately it .BOB square feat of land Approximate, t ISO yard* from Uta f. naoua Rorkie> Beach Thl* buiigalow MS never been lived in. Very reasonabla price, imrnsdlale possession. BCNOALOW Al Rock ley New Road: on approximately IS.OS0 square feet of land. Magniiye.it view of Oosf COUSM Threa bedrooms, drawing and dinm*! room, kitchen Downstair*. Oaraga. servant room with balh and tmitt, nd enouajh ruom fesr laundry or workshop BfK0AI4)W At Rocklav Maw Road. Three badioom. drawing and dining room. £"5" !" fe n r !i 'atlat and bnlh Ail built In cupboard. Very dose to Sl'iLS?*.? '--J?^.-4* 1 %  v lta u •P 1 %  ""* *** popular residential are,. I H IM II I r I. At Maxwell* Coast Road. Threo bedroom, wllh running water, combination drawing and dlnlnf room, modern kitchen, toilet and balh. Gocxl rwaldenllal area Excellent sea bathing A sound Invastmenl at DM BBtS low reaeev* pn.,. W TBD AJ. Al It*.lev Partiv (tone and Uth and plaster compririnf three bedrootiui. dining and living room, loilet and bath, and a large gallei.. Tha out building* comprise servant, mom and %  araa* standing on I pproxlmatety 1OO00 square fact of land Thl. house U Vciv close U> tl^ famotu Rockley Beach BIN* ALOW Terrace. Very Mlracttvaly dewlrnerl Cranprlnng >atha I" : Codrlnaton Hill room, dining and drawn alactnc light installed and baths sttachad, dining the west and a nice patio lo ine a i of Und HCNOAJ.OW •raw TAN At Navy Clardens Throe badrooma. 1 dining and living room, panttp-. kitchen an. nyard with toilet and bath Laundry lovely home, offered al a rorrepetluv* prlcw and bath*, communal roonv a ovrvanU roornt ind gonsgw TTIU I. a At Rocklev New Road ton dining and living ro. Mew oS Golf Course and o serranU room down.talr* BJABJ VISTA Modern 3 bedroom bungalow with combtnsl lively open gallery offering inagnllVenl at line All built In cupboard. Garage -nd ii. I U SPRAV w .,** "*** 1 v Bo J< 1 ABBODllnsj lamo... Rockley Beach Best .rob.thlng in Mland D..1ded into three Sat. bringing total rental of tlBLyo gastaty. Thar* will be many prospective purchaser, for this property MALTA At Oibbs Baach. Bt. Peter. Ona storey dwelling house Ttira* bedloosna, S tssthroonu. dining and drawing rooms, big gallery facing tha %  e* Hum m cupboard. Laundry. I g.irafr*. 3 servant, room*. *. Acre "tNDOVri Another love I v rt* and baths, i Quarter. St. Petar. Another lovely house 3 bedro ,____.__ J cold water Outstanding view lo the sea Extensive outbuilding* '"* *>''. J servants rooms, isundry. workshop. Exlcsiii.a ih specially .eaectsd fruit trea. Tie peopert. has been well U in excellent condition Immadlsto poas..ikm Vary low REALTORS LIMITED. YOUR REAL ESTATE AGENTS SPOTUGHTS THE HOUSE OF THE WEEK Situate at Rockley New Road. Recently constructed. Overlooking Golf Course. Moderate Price. 151 152 Roebuck Street. BRIDGETOWN Phone N... 4900.



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%  TODAY, MAY 25 193! SUNDAY Ihvoi \Ti I Churvh B cj |i ea — 5= ; T r\i | | tJB m Hl Cawmur, •t— and Sermon 9 a>,..-. 11 %  •rai EurhatiM I' m Sun II., %  I rl ti I... Bonda. *,„„, MVSfc HAY • 30 m -T | I %¡ Baai lllin, HAll. • .*.,... H !" K 1 %  ASD. p„, „* | MKMOP.AL II q m Mr C f i awaaaai P D Tpm M, D nJ! HANK HAIX • JO -.,. Mia. G £ir T P m M. H Grmnt *" I-**" !" *. Ipn Mr E MXAH-II m Mr Ci ERENIZm V am ft, Croat* 7 p "i Mr W Hi Ul-*H II w Mr T pm The M,..„ n Uaiul SHHEUSB1 i,v n 4ni U.nr Blkr L nBa —.. H Sat ^ C Crow* d. S. w c c !" HICES II pm Mr Annual m— JM# Merlin III lllll m< ,, I <: Urn* Mr • n. Mr U ll MM U A S T p B Hev T J r.irlai %  ,r %  B I Mr I. ! MAI. % %  %  : OrM PStOVll ii in Mr C nni VAUXHALL am RL T J rurn i „ ,, M D Whlt ^->VK MKS. „,„,. iT^T'e. "' "* 1 "•* %  LVttS '"' H, "' chr "" Preacher .TI Jvenlna Brrvi.e. rrancta ^niUrtCK-ll Prrnrhpt N. I Hah C^mnunH. i %  .-.^ u)| .^Pel %  %  Ml II c"iii,.epi.-, %  m EII'FUM, ItrrtDf. Ailtiur m ft —lug *•.,*, %  ArTIIIT &II-M.I VITII niMDAV ll, !" HSMTS "" v """*" be under Ihe li-adrntiip of th. H X %  ruee-Oaf**, .Aanckint pastor, a *> p %  M. .1 BTedaaaSai Friday: Ml ">' Vo..in. mi. >|| w ran,h *** IBruea-Ciara* .I Mr. ni> Br owna im %i VAIIOS ARM! wr.l i I.'.I, I' >;. L .||ifr-i n .. ii. ttuiiMU Meeting Conunindri •nil MlMaM URirxiirruwN OOTHAI u n HMlMaa Mitimi lir ..mparvv M*inc. T p .i. %  HVUBW MMIIHI Mafir M DIAMOND CORNER II a m Hf o" Mrvlins. )p m Cor.ip.ny Mrtimi, 1 p ... *-K.,l.i... Mr.tn l-aplait, |. M.< illO nM.it u H in* Mrrtim i p n< ilolilni.I'. H li KOAOfl il a m Holincw llrr. Irtl. 3 p m Compam Mrrlmi 7 p ir. Salvation Mrrtiiin MajM L Ha-lln. CARI.TON II a in lloiinna Mdin< 3pm Cumpany Miiri|. 1pm tarVa%  lari Mrrtiiw Cnplaui E Uourne CHIX-KKR HA1J. II a n. Ildllnaaa MMHn. 3 pin Cuip\< MaaUrui, t p m Salvation Mmlng num Fir t i i ban h %  Hi..tin.-i, l ,.,... |i,, vii.,i | ...'I.... II ..L|| : |l I,. Wadnoada.i I p m A Hervice whu-n lnrluUr>> Traftmonira < %  ( c*rmnn Bftanea Ha-llna SUNDAV. MAV *. MH > Hablril al UIIMMI*. Mill AND BODY OaNa. Tail News Leakage ToCommunisIs LONDON. M.. 2.1 British Soiurilj Chiefs hav* ordered the siuppinn of %  ICNK which has allowed the vital detail* of troop movements and of new equipment to leach Vw intelhgencc sertficeN of iron curtail countries Service and reBifental journala carrrjrlnf those item* have been available to almoit aovone Nut 4 few i'.iv. Ihe wish of the War Orlici K UM Embitaslea of CotronunWt t-ojitroiled governments. An end to thi* indiaciniu.j;circulation Is ordered In a coniidential letter recently jtfeulat.ii to all editorby the Director of Personal Security The letter says "All possible steps should be taken to see that copies of journals do not re?rn the Embassies and Legations Of Russia, Albania. Hulpina. CBacrMV slovakla. Hungary. PoLunl. Rn%  ni'fiil nermxw" have tei .|£h' to obtaii ml ici-hnu-al fcn%  i not *uprlict %  CmbaKSies One method was to :x>ugh certain tribuUnf EfMocii a %  normal and reasonai %  :. surname." of thi-xe UK' They include a Icadiu.' [^.ntlon bookshop, a ml fncj in ILiifa. a bookshop .n Ci i-\\mun| the publications „i it'red were the quarterly journal ol the Royal Signals, the Royal Army Ordinance Corps Journal, nnd Army Equipment Review ami l.-Kimental. Journals of unn, in the Par and Middle East. Another method WsU direcl to the editors H CUntl iryini this recently hava been : nod %  > laaVJudc • Foreign OfPcir in Jakarta. Initoncsia: %  civlH • %  \ then rinsing ill %  %  %  WtB oe upplici 'i> Puolk I STRIKE AT FORD CO. OF CANADA PLANT WINDSOR. Ontario. M The ri I L'.inad.. plant was shut dmvn toou win over 12.000 workers H! It %  BlC* winker* : %  pay. Other workers r doss picket lines Ml up by 2C j hers —II' wvm AWAY NASTY <• i-." UKE MAGIC '.IIIH 8!CMi.T KCMUTEI eOCKltVS WHITE RES M.n.~mM .,^... a. .loolharRUShot ihase •b.r, oi ma,. <. i~0> M M,d.i,Mk,iu • &f Irnportanl Foalu.e. TWO-*.' 1-HtaM lMkU*-> WSI* l^b U f—mk*+ C01 can help you to success through personal postal tuition I .-Wno of %  to Prvaaai Postal %  — The rVnn.il CoBsaa a> Y u hare the unv chance to %  One of th.-s* lounc. will lead (o your advanvemeM .i M.tKo*. ta-fl. aa aa I m abapw, fc.ii.ga ralkW TOUGH *W RELIABLE BSi BH ..i .1 i wiuu ISi.lla-ii.i lllatlao. >rr IrrlaSr ib> i amaawnili Tit, Hlfclr Thr ,..vt .11 JII ,i j,.. Psaaa il %  aaSBSa anS Hrallh >\b K*> la Scrlplar.. by Mary SUarr FSSy I %  II, lh bodInlo Ti n.i Lave, I' Priwdpla -.f ..n nappm Foil 50 years Goodyear tyrcbuUdinj methods have set the pace of Profress. That is why Goodyear—the original pioneers of the Giant Pneumatic—are able to build into their tyres more stamina, more non-slip road grip, more downright reliability, than you get with any other make. > : By fitting these highmileage, trouble-free tyrea you can bring your running costs right down low. CB.7—ll-S THERL'S A GOOBYfA* OtAHT SP£C/Aliy BUILT FOR EVSRY TOUGH THAHSPORT JOB GIAHT TYRES 1 ill •>*.*>.• ..-..-, piw.. .a n aSaS a> fcSWa /l WVBa t.i > a ••—1 fcaa> ar ^ bak t-r, MM .•-.. *~akk —-Waa M aaaat r.l s a.f v naaalkaMJ. fcaaci """" ""*"" %  • a^-*la — <><•*** •MHHI •>* oa..aaa afcaa, Mil w %  •<— >aa A ar IKa a*1 wart '-•(•> .fcrla ttn a..*., wv. fca--.. a 1.—1. 1 paaiau .:.. P WO* atl m~A -J.IIT.H1 IIAMitSa. -a e**.— w...-, a-„ w~. ap laiPLI YOU* MONIY aaCK % %  l l a— -^ J— —*— _,. .„.. ... ...„ __. ... 1 ai m -**a— ii'-i'"i A. a .."( a^ ,-(,.., rav io %  I I I I !_ P-tak laaaliina Polua Sia<-. Sta.l Str, VHli-t ' -CHOOt CLRTIMCATl 1 troi Special Cash Offer for this Week OALTANISBO < oinu (.Ain> MII;KTS 21 r.auur v li ll„ ; li.. fi.. |„ Mli S5.II0. S.-..11I. S7.:is prr Shp.l Jli (inui;,. H li n ||.. | S 1,. |„ ni SSBIIs.:|(l; s; nil per HaM <• M \ INBBD KII11.1 1 IN i.'i in-.. rMfl \ eft. kaa] si |iai nwh liAI.VWISIII \lll.s M ITc pU ll> 111 Mill l(.ill) HIMIKI.\; : in Itolls :i II. wide v .16 ll. I.1111; 111 SIIMHI per Hull BARBADOS BAtDWAM 00. I.111. No. Ill Suun SI. I'h..n.-. Iloii. Hja :,;l ,1 ALUMINIUM SHEETS | I ll.. I II M|. !l f,.. nil,.. || (| ,;. I, v I, J( (;.,„,.,. I .IMII.V MAKI. Mil! Wl.l Ml SI, Midi I VOl'R IIM|I IIIIMI MS SOU • I PLANTATIONS LIMITED ..-.-.-.-.-.-,-.-,-.-.-. %  %  %  %  %  %  %  A.::::::::::::::; : %  %  %  .: %  •.-.-....... CITY GARAGE TRADING CO, LTD. PART ONE ORDERS "... I .!< > All rank* will parade ai for .1 coinbanea rrhearaal Ram Brown bvlla and s Thaiv .II be led Knur. At V..ill.'i panda I II. and dl Hi i hour ii Blrtiirln n cap* haaraal • Kriila(l"n. Ihay r.nr-rt qualify i compulaory paradr without Ic.ivc. and >lun(ara who do nol arrive imni liullv rod Ihe parad* A,il Sirii-'l N C O't Will i.tlrn-1 Ilia Signal Ourar


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I'M.I SIXTKEN ••I SIIIV UlVOCATi: SUNDAY. MAY 2i. I5! f Al s full Chi ire hil wh wh Ro. a %  Agricul tu re Report f SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC SUGAR BONUSES .UON. In th. I -non* on 1 over root hirer (To. I 1 'tTSS^ %  Mb Th.latter n., ,,01. I B 111 11 Mi ' 1, n! ...v.mcM. or w infirm. gp,o.pm., nfi I. ran 'AW.-.-.'.: %  .: %  %  .:• I Aurteul,i„,„,<„| „|„i, „,„ lal,l ..ul >i r ,. "' i ..i,.n..i.,i, r...r.m.i,i,i si.. In C.rlnlo Bay and .ilant Kncnd Ur, ,mi ,ri-S h virgin. '""""" "> B .W U1W wp WW ,. __ „, , .. ls ..r. .,„d in Ih. various rainfall rauaorira n on n ,nc rf,rct '" '"' !. r.itmn* kot lunar BOW an.l .1 ih. bland. Ih.total nvcr.gr dcaoa or ,imnn manor nn ranf ,„„, H ui.. c~ !" cm „ _„, ,_ ._,, '"' "" %  "•" %  ,r.l. ,1. .... ... T> am. of our I total to rwo, .-. April IHM. ul. 7JW niche* ami .loal\ nilgs .ina /*m* r,n PUKRTI. RICO ,o for April for thepan In Canerlelds {.""A^KI'IO*" rh* ConllrnutUon hai now toon •,„,,.,,,. r ^,. i 'N. Irani both thr o *.. vi una.n. A arou. a '"' I-nilcl Klnttiom and United •"?"£* ,*":'*"' P ,1 America that the anla J,.., \rron\ci ,.r,. known I :. feni ma-i W.V/WV.V.V^.V.VAV.'.'/VI'IV/.V/.'.'. ,'.v.v.v/rtw; H tt.bh-rrt January to Apr!'. 1S2 tl ior th* i : ruling period for ltM Ml %  t total I %  a red at a ii of Si I W %  •M %  oat feeding bug* and lhat the mi found damaging cane Home area* in Barbadi to a genus know, in jury I mealy ly bug Ill-VlS ifl brio: i in St. %  %  u Weed Ant Control \?*r.l. the Wood id. Inspccloi : i.c ui i ; RIM r II r.n PirjPTo mm rirr 1.. tl MudrhiK I in. Miriam r .*•! %  h I %  ii. Jordan i r VARTisiqui: • *.in,..,i4v c r.i.(iii PM T KIIT-4 e m>n*r not drawing on I I>i Mill Stock do mit the four bonus** tUM ir. -nin' (liavi nnlr.il. J I %  J. U J.mc. J %  1 1 .., %  us*. %  %  • %  g plant CJ i.-l rondiI _.lining to i moisture on the m.irket during the ii vi ry limited • jlHirlage ol p4ntll1| r> |l %  't %  ini Aurieultiire %  in T m | ISkaptd ranalield* I* p Criia, high. Ilolaniral Aupi-ixiniately 30,000 lint year rcdUnasj ,ire growina in pou. at i and arlu be tramthe Held during tho m.'i.th of May. i i ilings ot B. 49 Series %  Ukg !•( net Ye-r Seedtil at Henley and Clifton QfM raloons. On tho -if these triali, two seed. mts h.iv. been dmcarded on cci in • ( their poor pcrforman-p Mi toona, Ci seedling which Pro* month d aB %  Dlanl outatano'.ng results DFI'AKTVKCM on Thurntay lor ANHGUA I) BnpIUIr l> ITUaM WI1M.II M'l Wlltun. D Uum. % %  Lum | 'VlfAD %  L**M i a H c a iaM.au. V Mltchliipon. C rlu*i. I UfcH. J %  !"" r, K HUU H H Scout Notes t II. O'Nrale, A^.>t' lion >>fllcer and formerly np Scout master of the St. Lucjj Church Group, with the approval MR. A MKS. KISNI.rii HARDING ret)ue*l Ihe | %  .-,' %  theft Wl tl ll\\(i -.1 thr Children %  Goodwill tLracue (Sllr II | 'i, SATL'ltUAY NIOHT 31st MAY. 1952 UMOHIONi XIMii.,. as*Mr Sidney Mien' Orchestra %  cent:. Oft Side. •S£*&*i~£S£nZ ''rhi"Ao.l„-Ar C-immMo ..iMl sweet ,. d .__, h „_ -skpn IO rori. nan %  i Area oi D\swto f.r SH^ISS > Sam-.,-r-of Ibi IS i*3nai ir-dlati con '"" '" P-npantion. wuh wf|w| f|om m Apra onimi lhan *>n* Plant cane trial at totlage Mr Ilumphr-% \\..l.,..t .atataMt*. ?^_?I*!?^^'!y^9'_ Urn OOM and tonnorlj Cub ...iiftinmcd. only U.4INJ gave tf ,„,., of ,. Group I ollnK nn otitslunding vield. and the |>-5| wllh hl Rp|jr o^l of th* m-iiith. Kiallty of thi. was v*ry commissioner. been appointed _, „ Area or Dtstrfd aVOUtmatttl nf-t'ic The T, '*'o Firm Haioon TrUls were Midland Area with effect from %  11 udvauccd ,: '"• '" the low and one in 24.&.ftl • by the end Bul^i.-Smlth. which --finding, greatly uu'yielding ;iiT Resident Tutor "( i<< Bxtrafill III April Stun %  .:.' %  %  tried. It has a Mural Depart nw-nt of the appb'ii muriate >>i p lash during i.mK tt'>od juice. B. 4744 and D. slly College of the West Indioa, -.ith. Cot I on T.ic COtton close %  cfivBOn began .>n 1st M i] Thoaa %  ultivaton. nol previous!) done %  pulled up and destroyed their ptanl rwidues during the month. ThiPeasant Aurmiltural ln4T419 gave yields nimilar tu (ho** his nccepteo" the Island I liven by the standard varieties, sicncr's bnrlUUon to baoonM Both bad quite good juice*. The Commljislon i (M the B i ile quality I I B 47380 was outArea with effect from 24.5.52 standiiiu in till?, trial, nd the ., MEM vield was not far below M .' I*ouglrs-Sm.th has had experience as a Scout and WarrantIn the trial in the high raine £ ,r u,cr '" En I Bl £ nri i Bnrt hold lk >tnlwcll V/ix\ nadge thi t< d B78 peasant hold mlssioncr for St. Michael—West, in the Northe r n An*;., with effect One ********* il •! from HAM The Oroupi under KeodaJ was also cut. Here B. hti ^pen'is.on will ^ the James 4b364 gave the heaviest yield of s rM ., ard c „ n Memorial Church aloon cane, and has a fairly Groups. Mr. Furlev was until re*ood Juice. If. 45151 gave the ,-ently I Dtatrlcl rnmmisslnncr i.-\t heuvlest yield of cane. Thi* m si. Vincent, variety ha* an excellent Juice. • • IM HM Cafjai are thin h C'o-operntive Offlcei %  iltended S meetings of co-opera. %  .,i tor the annual eumpctiiion bald In with iAarkultural S ry'i annual exhittll Th.< i"'..>i numbei nl g| Hi.ii! BUI il Ihe end of ling roung stock bora dtmnK the month. Four hundred and ll** %  i milk ivcn* Head .il voiin-j lock old 1V( ,.,,„,,, n A|) n | ThpBf * % %  i.s follow*.— St Barnabas CoFour hund.ed and RUteei ., M., ra*stlh| Sorietv -4. stud %  ervtcsa weiv paiH fOd It j.,., Willll CoHHMratlvsj Savings tinned Fund. All Gr the Stations durlnc the month. Steles} I. Christ Church Co*s"st by sending their These wcie as follows:—hulls ..perativc Producers' imd Market'"rcct to Mr. I.ynrb at th FARM'M FOR FINLAND i FUND We have received a t'.,m -,t frornl Mr. L A. Lynch for dnnati.mfumi .Seoul Group.tu thi ..IMIVC meniqM in, bucks hpai M tan, 74 and Bocieta 1. A public meeting. "'Ih fsChool 1 under the ausnicei Co-opersjuva Tradu tu l.i under the ausptce* ol The --i.,n-i\ is ii(tdresed by tie Coojteratlve Oflleer on ihe subject. %  <-. -.; i-iali..,, *ith special rofn n p rrt i *nce to_Co-operative DevelopU.W.I. I rUOC UrilC Avlre^ses Hrln Fnlyinolottiral The number oi inotti liorti vm naraaltea bred In April wag 7V.U4U.II0U. of which a 1<>1 l^J5.uoo waf available tar ttfc*iriani la BrsUati Guiana*' During (ributinii The total bred in the ihe month, the Co-operative %  .,-,,„, v*tt lory go far this year Ii OCBcer alsmet the n.anag*m*nt v, a t Crlonv s exhibit It I* %  140.554.000 and the number committee of the Chiiat Church huge case of tabM teeth made by liber;.ted U 131.73S.O00. n-opeialive In-otlucers' and Marthe Myemon Tenth Company^ Factor) count! ol CUM joints kctinit Society [or thf second lime factory .t I jivaiitill*. It is the a bj moth borei araM HMI assisted in bringing the first tim, %  display rrom thi* facccmplclcd during Apnl and the Sociely'i; accounts up-to-date lor^has been seen at the Fair. a tat* I icsuliilfacloiily IIK. amount borer dan Field exi mutation <•' i p'ani cine and of cane awaiting w .i Count i | tnolh borer egg* bi' I lid in plots at Codrmgton and It i.r amouni of paiatlHam by au Trtchoirjinma were CCaOUmiod In Registration pi .ati.nn for the regl*' • i -t-npi-i itlve race ead dining the month. !_ ln„n. tho ,..,.1 now un.lc, m J SHL'VSS" l.r.it.on l.v tie Rcgi.tra, .., :. "niLi d ,. ,,, J „pjoW tha, ,l,oc I SSmSi A no -it. Lietics w.ll be registered early M i> nidiid'; traditional industries re also rcpn-sente.1 by a display sugar and rum, loajilhai arlta i model nf an ->il wlr and pictures of the asphalt lake A huge bunch of pink an'.'unian lilies. Irondoii from front nf < ghlblt Is .. *te*l band )>inK-(>nw winch was Jcfi in Bniam by ih.Trinidad AllStat i nreuastori Orch< tn sftai tti '.'in |ai .. IITIU i Bsurbi ... %  ,., a big display of bOfUM Of mm ..f HV I Al,,r,n ,.. .,.,. %  h^rowc,,,.,,,,,... I, ,.., j5 CSlS '^uo:' prkM 10 planting in 1951 waa exof the Co-operative Oltlcer to inoul cmp tv lls vlMtD Though struct the ollieer. of societie In gnomted to And Hum and *r there is no damage t" voung ihe keeping of such simple also make up the hulk of v doe U) I ..counts and rec-rdK ai may !• p!. t> m Rhsj VTlndwai I l-lai.t there is *o far mi evidence iircsaa rj exhibit.—B.C.P. K . \„A %  A ""n"''* 1 numb, i ,>i standard oot Horer And Bmril ., „ itM() b(tokh p( accounts at0 HVrdniick Coulrol ,. lt ,,„ >*. US( of ,. p The growth if young cane in ..,-eral.v,. societies. Il la hoped ,.,. ,,;' '", tin ib „,..,..!, ..-„,,.. ..I. ,„.kc „. .; %  :;:, •" %  ol UMia M will i. the bushierTHE ASCOT SHOES AN IRISH LINEN SUIT ONLY $36.00 EA. Ideal for the Tropia • P C. S. MAFFEI & Co., Ltd Tup Scorers in tailoring Prince Wm. Henry Street CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. 10-13 BROAD St Ascot Shoes inc irpnrale all these features ited with British Pootwear of th* hiagheai (Tiki %  1. Selected ti| per leathers 2. FnitHsh bend soles :i. Comlort-Fitlinij Snles, 1. Style and Crufiniansiup Wo have In stock a wide riM ol then hiRh i^radt' shoes in Brown Willow. Full Brogue, Black Box Full Brogue. Brown Perforated Casual*, and many styles in Brown and Naw Suede*. Price ranging from $19.10 to S27.67.' Phone 4267 for |p;i I van i svd CORRUGATED SHEETS 20 Game and 28 (inline EVKRITK t'OKRl I. U I 11 SHEETS EVER1TK TKAFFORD TILES STANDARD IIARDBOARD Tho Board ol 1.0(10 L'ws INSULATING u M.I.lit i Mill M M I Hi i Mil i MOULDINGS WOOD MOULDINGS, corner & flat ALUMINIUM MOULDINGS L. WILKINSON & BAYNES CO., LTD. Buy a Carib (the finest beer brewed anywhere). Carib takes this opportunity of wishing good luck and good sailing lo the Tornado Association shortly meeting the Trinidadians. And why don't you attend the grand lotsa dance lo be held at the Crane on Saturday 31st May there'll be lotsa music, lotsa dancing lotsa fun and of course lotsa Carib.



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iwtap. Afrocst c ESTABLISHED 185 HARBArj?.-" MAY %  : %  U.S. FORESTALL FRENCH MOVE IN E.D.C. Schuman Threatened Not To Sign Peace Contract PARIS, May 23. UNITED STATES officials moved quickly-to stop the French threat not to sign ihe peace contract with West Germany and the European De fence Community (EDC) Treaty. To meet French demands for a United States "guarantee" against any possible German secession from the EDC pro iect or any German betrayal of the Peace Contract. U.S. officials showed the French a copy of the declaration the U.S. Secretary of State Acheson will make at the scheduled Tuesday signine here of the EDC Treaty. Promot United States fiction followed the French decision last nmht to instruct Foreign Minister Robert Schuman not to sum the peace contract in Bonn Monday, unles.th Unite,! States—-md Britain—i thi,,< mi i condition for the signing the two important pacts. Schuman MI Instructed b) to tress home these point amli AetlMOtl and British Foreign rj Anthony Eden at Bonn where the Big Thrc M meeting before the schr.l Ing of the contract on Hand with Wnt Ocrman ch nceTlor Konr^d Adenauer. German Betrayal United Slates ufllcials hoped that the French fears of Germm betrayal would be eased by th< planned Acheson declaration which he drafted weeks r.gn and brought with him on his flight to Bonn yesterday from Washington. The declaration more or less fulfils the conditions laid down hv the French National Assembly February, a resolution following tht hectic debute over ihe EUropnan 'Army. U geassurcs; the: French of the United States Intention fi> maintain troop* in BlIfOM and of its Interest in seeing tegrlly" of EDC maintained As a result of ihe latest French threat to make it difficult for the two pacts on which United State* — — '"" •^'IW* In Ritror* i. bauo incre may l* some bet nuriuto changes in the wording of Achedeen Laloo, 30. died at the Colonial Hospital following 'he arrest cf Pjiragoobar. T h • %  policeman was X-ray:".—iCP> Industrial Relations In T'dari Satisfactory Mli. SOLOMON iKX HOY. lalour Commissioner of Trinidad who is now in Barbados to deliver •he TradUnion studifits, told the Advoc.iti Mate <>f industrial relations In Tnmd .1 ii quite satitll< laid that the principles of collective bargaining were accepted and wimh pr/.-Uaed in the organize*! | ihe Trade Union movaaMM In that, organization of workei was being extended greatly I covet wi.it: fields. Mr. Hochny arrived hen day mornlni by ll.W.l.A. and is staying at the Hastings Hotel i hut in the oil industry collective i produced an agreement ; new formula of cost of living allowance! Mjowlngj the Introduction hy DM Government of rw index i %  de the old cost of living figures. Agreements "Agreement* are also concluded Moping industry for the "' purpose," he an id. The sugar crop is almost ended but unfavourable weather conditions in 19SJ have been respanble for the drop m their estimated output. In that industry. vhere there is no voluntary collective bargaining, wages are [UlatOd hy the Wages Council appoint* d by Hi* Kxn-llciu v (ha He said that the basic wages of nrkers m th.-t Induatrj %  < creased on the recommendation ol the Council .'or this crop arid ectually, this had produced a 4*'* increase ( u i thg beak tvagea which i 1*40. The textile industry has started epcratlona, but the Mage >s experimental an,| full production might " "iiH the next six tnontha. Construction work is proceeding nil the Dew cement factorv. while ("tie new n lining tank erected bv Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd i | ing completion. Mr. H.-:, %  tl i ,%. the three major projects being undertaken to Trinidad at the tuna and which should (ontnbule largely to the eronomic^/nprovemenl of the colony. SIM DAMAGE DONE IN FIRE DETROIT, M One fireman was killed and two others emoualy mimed when lire swept Detroit's largest lumber yard causing an estimated $1,000.000 damage. Twenty-two tire companies battled the blare which started shortly after 2.00 a.m. They attempting to confine it to the block square area in which It began. Another square block section ot F. M. Sibley Lumber Company lies lust across the street. -U.F. Fin 1 l)a4-g City Houses Two houses were damaged when i urred al Oaroatl Stn %  I City, shortly after II o'clock on Friday night. The lire started'at a DOUae owned by Mariorlc letwicsi and occupied by Gwendolyn Held Reid was not at home at the lime of the fire. The house collapsed and some of the household effects were destroyed. The other hOOM is owned bv Doris Allamby. About 12x8 feet of the roof were burnt. The fire was put out bv the Fire Brigade under the command of Major 1 Craggs. Fire Officer ,yr fUesiage [mm thr H, It.,., iL f, "We UP s friendly people." -..m His late Majesty. King Oeorge VI. In a broadcast me* I sagt to you last Ohrlstmaa Day. Indeed it is this special aptitude for friendliness and gocratic respect for the opinion of others Uiat ha* knit to aether, halo MI unique a partnership, the British Common wealth nnd Rmpir* Mistake and mumnder-landing* there have been ; but these have never done more than temporarily obscure thIdeals for which so many have ; %  iru.-^ini w.isi braee o gasf 1 vettaO, with -oncenty of pur • %  To day we stand on the threshold of t. new tUttabe than ern Let us rightly draw lssfplrstion from thr proud sixliiiilh centur> whence prang the s?ed of Empire but let us alo renew our faith in the principles of social bar mony and fellow feeling whlrh brought that seed to flrsr; and, resolve, moreovor. by word and deed, to profler Uic same good will to those people beyond our gates who have espoused another way of life. And now a special message for you. young people, who are so accustomed to take for granted the friendship that ex ist between the peoples of our many races. That l all to the good: but do not forget those we call foreigners, many of whom nnd their way into our land* to visit ua. or live with uV Here they are best able to see for themselves the true meaning which lies behind our celebration of Empire Day. Tear honexty. courage and kindliness towards them will help W overcome Uio imly misunderstandings which keep nation* apart. Therefore let each one of you to-day. make a special efTort to win the friendship of some child who lives beyond I oar realm-. My be*t wishes to yon allyonng and aid-for happtnesasal above all, for yonr con1 tinned endeavour In our ulti mate purpose of world peace. OOWRIE. Empire Day, 1962. Queen 9 8 Message To Empire Youth Her Majesty the Quee.i haa iraelously given her patronage to Empire Youth Sunday. May '-Hi. and has sent the fi ll..wlnn Message lo all who will iik,nan In the obwr.ance: "I am grateful for the kind message which baa been sent me on the eceaslo.i of l in"" %  Youth sunday, and 1 am glad to know thai young people all over the Commonwealth are learning Increasing!) lo \ ilne this opportunity for a rommon -u i of wumhip and dedlcattatL "At the Ihrrshotd of m* reign. I am strenglhened by the knowledge thai I have the loyal support of the toung people of many lands, differing ha colour, race and creed, but one In the membership of our great Family of Natk.us. with Its traditions of brotherhood. ehlvalr> and service. May f.od heir us to upheld I hose (r Ad it Ion* and so >rrc bolh each other and mankind. 23 May. Iflftt. Mii.oir AMI m% UIIIIM Racial Discrimination Bill I ill \ ( i\vui-i\ In House Of Commons , LtlXUON. Mav 23, A bill to wtpo ,,ut Hi.. diaerimmaUon thfuushou: Britain ..ml 'h,Colonies w Mroduc*d in thr H i Comnmr: t-dn> hut tempeg..t] i-v.. lo r lack ..[ y quorum J nockwg) long time champi< •es estimated uiuiei BritlM i ind to Implement the I'nite.. Notions D.. Hntntln BJjlhta in addition to .,, I hat all non-whltfc .ire*aI)oweti to elect representa livee i l^-,;islati\Councils LKSn (.HOI I' AT .. %  .!'. 11.11. Th Bl mike all n| Iranai nut diarrli tt v form Racial prejudice m private employment ... i %  Brednrai paid, Thr bill would .ipp"t.iiuiiv In %  irie-i th%  .: itujier 1 A\ l.ooo.o,)n >•'. ihem in Brtluh terwould also eonaa ,mdei (ireat Iniiistice Onlj one othi servative Cuthbcii Alporl p,.k. •luring the debate He charge* that Bi,. 1 .1 n i-i-ra injustice b in Africa as g result of the Himsh ieople's aasocin'inn with it in the last lob yearg, After an hour*! discussion the speakei found ihare were not * ateUtuta a quorum nnd postponed tindelate. It will come up again next Friy. Broekv.j. noted that though Kenya has a Legislative Council not a single repreaentaUvi t" it elected by the .V0OO.0Q0 Afrlani there In Northern Rbodeaia md Nyasalimd African i right lo elect representatives %  hfea. Moat of ihem have no demoalic rights at all even in Britan eitimalm. to have lass than M,I*'M eoloure %  ,ift."^i'. Drartices are creeping in he said Faster Gets Power To liaptise W HENRY, ihe fortyId woman who began -' t.int earlier this month S ut a step further this week en Khf claimed to have reeefw d 1 w to bapttae "beUevei whh the Holy Qboat and KH. I f'uiiii^ this peat week, the tall T UiHler woman who lived in stmorf than twn weeks 1 doori to mans i member* %  coatai MISI Mon io which -in,i,„ belonga, %  ti. spent with them man) 1< %  hours, elNimhig "to baptlei i Sh. claoni io have rece i ved the power in to banUae them during her faat. She prays with them and then m.iklng signs and i'. i culations, and unintclligihl. utii r | ; iKand them to "Speak I in unknown tonguce." Taking the cue tram r.er. those I i"' iInHuh (iltoat", dance vlaorouily, iriKMimg gucb * undi II come noni the mouth of Henry. Tinstrange conduct has attracted dall) for the past week, i.ige trowds of curtoui netghbour*, %  iseie of whom stuiiil imund .111111/ 1 t the Hlghi. while others laugh Henry's general physical enndiIion .ipuearN to l>e the same as it wa* prior faj her beglnnlnK 1MI* htat .md there are unconllruu'd report* of her hnving rcrcH 1 d hasketv" from tune to tlrne trooa other member* of the %  She revealed vrsterday that she would continue the fast which was and tomorrow until WhitH %  She gald th..' 1 aril reauaM her regular activities In the Church on Whltaundl Depicting the "Oocoannt Tree". Club 11 G.I.U. Hold Annual Fete Mrs. Turner Tells Members Not To Slacken Effort* Warrants Pti&enfekl To Sv&uter& Red Prisoners Subdued KOJE tSUAND Kp y. 24 Rebeinoui Communist 'Wieis Iwg.ii, knuckling UOdei to 111lg.-General Ita.vdon I. BootlM 'nuKii new Cuiamaiulant of Koje Island prison camp. Reels hnulenl d< wrt theh illegal t.uiutinit fliigs %  %  %  tnop.i^;iM((.i bannen in vioridden compound '17 ,m I %  thr, Clg/lt Oth prlsouct CMiili nret i.,ov. Benm it<*a th Oonzjile* Vidcla, Mothei ol Ihe Wot 1 1 %  • lU the United : hc.-idgunrlerin New York. She %  %  hen, noil %  lal lei lory a I of UM U.N. (in* 1 1 FuuriHts II iilirtl Of Gush, Jewels ROME. May 24. 1 oil %  vMJ.000 in jewellery and monej I %  an the out %  .md Julin Subhach of Rue El Chamn in Cairo, reported to' the Home police lh.it a black leather hi 1 ! : year, for I '"'"' inthoCoi 1 "'"'"' s %  : 1 I ie worr.r % %  Bsrtedoa in hai ... ami louki'iy. and, "i proi I ... v ,.p. being of its mornbori in a would have; b* n j ( %  I .fforl 1 log othet ... 1 irlng the ye ,, %  %  Hit* NtieH Cllig 1 Club. %  %  L %  tarred b ever-men I % %  < 11 pu ad to m arnmenl hai acsmowledged itv xcelleni wori nlng bv subetanl -f nov %  -. %  %  go< • de1(4 >MK. M,iy 24. ItaJVi politic^ p.ut.f. ,iiDObUixlng to gei ..1 the mamlnun w le Sunda foi HunlclpaJ .Mm ii n iv throw It nme Nap %  1st ,..., %  Cot ciclory Ing strength %  *lped by thi' grow,f %  ..ao-| iiaiian Social Morernonl ,: 11 Rirlgway as police '•'irruchout Fran-e nrepnred for toda>. %  Jd .Mgeuan died ot wounds received in a between %  France. ed %  %  swinring police charged a moo of grave." krrs at Monlbeliard I'< %  munist party lo prr/est Use arriv*l next week nf new N'.ATO Supremr| I colonialism In North AA AulhoriUes said one pi battle ..t La II ,v i Tough Republ Companiei fC.ns. 1 wen rnit tO OW II hi All ii port a Cot aaad to ow M %  |..l cits troopei '"lib. :ind rifle butts Authorities aal of North African ed and overturned ii pollci i r Jho choics of* ifwAc wlw hsu&qnxM Qualify, and 0$ thoM wPw employ £jco/wmy. . A rare corhbination realised in K. W. V. %  THE LABEL WITH THE KEY WinvH, Itrumlivs untl Uqtuurt K. W. V. PAARL TAWfcY K. W. V. Coronation Wine K.W.V. Old Brown Sherry K. W. V. Amontillado Sherry K. W. v. Old Oloroso Sherry K.W V Sweet Vermouth. K. W. V. Dry Vermouth K. W. V. VAN DUR HUM LIQUEUR K. W. V. Superior "Key" Brandy 'i


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iwtap. Afrocst c
ESTABLISHED 185
HARBArj?.-" MAY :


U.S. FORESTALL FRENCH MOVE IN E.D.C.
Schuman Threatened Not
To Sign Peace Contract
PARIS, May 23.
UNITED STATES officials moved quickly-to stop
the French threat not to sign ihe peace con-
tract with West Germany and the European De
fence Community (EDC) Treaty. To meet French
demands for a United States "guarantee" against
any possible German secession from the EDC pro
iect or any German betrayal of the Peace Contract.
U.S. officials showed the French a copy of the
declaration the U.S. Secretary of State Acheson
will make at the scheduled Tuesday signine here
of the EDC Treaty.
Promot United States fiction followed the French de-
cision last nmht to instruct Foreign Minister Robert Schu-
man not to sum the peace contract in Bonn Monday, unles.-
th Unite,! States-md Britaini The Cabinet also decided to seek
uppnrt from b'h 'he
lUted BUIm and Britain tor
France's North African D
though ii did not po.> thi- ,,< mi
i condition for the signing
the two important pacts. Schu-
man mi Instructed b)
to tress home these point amli
AetlMOtl and British Foreign
rj Anthony Eden at Bonn
where the Big Thrc M
meeting before the schr.l
Ing of the contract on Hand
with Wnt Ocrman ch nceTlor
Konr^d Adenauer.
German Betrayal
United Slates ufllcials hoped
that the French fears of Germm
betrayal would be eased by th<
planned Acheson declaration which
he drafted weeks r.gn and brought
with him on his flight to Bonn
yesterday from Washington.
The declaration more or less ful-
fils the conditions laid down hv
the French National Assembly
February, a resolution following
tht hectic debute over ihe EUro-
pnan 'Army. U geassurcs; the:
French of the United States Inten-
tion fi> maintain troop* in BlIfOM
and of its Interest in seeing
tegrlly" of EDC maintained
As a result of ihe latest French
threat to make it difficult for the
two pacts on which United State*
'"" ^'IW* In Ritror* i. bauo
incre may l* some bet nuriuto
changes in the wording of Ache-
f. rmed ioitrees.U.P.
Police. Prisoner
Have Grim light
PORT-OF-SPA1N, May 23.
A tragic encounter between a
police constable and a prisoner in
the lonely wastes of Wtllei Field,
former United States airbasc
here which will probably provide
mott drama than could emanate
from the pen of | top DOtcfc
Hollywood flcttoa writer, took
I lace yesUeruty afternoon.
Constable Ragoobar is reported
to have been engaged in a grim
life and death struggle with a
m m he had seen lurking arounu
a stolen and burnt car. The two
men fought the policeman with
regulation baton and a man with a
crowbar for close on an hour.
The fight which had no specta-
tors was reminiscent of a struggle
In the famous film "Spoiler*"
Rookm>deen Laloo, 30. died at the
Colonial Hospital following 'he
arrest cf Pjiragoobar. T h
policeman was X-ray:".iCP>
Industrial
Relations In T'dari
Satisfactory
Mli. SOLOMON iKX HOY. la-
lour Commissioner of Trinidad
who is now in Barbados to deliver
he Trad-
Union studifits, told the Advoc.it-
i Mate <>f industrial rela-
tions In Tnmd .1 ii quite satit-
ll< laid that the principles of
collective bargaining were accept-
ed and wimh pr/.-Uaed in the
organize*! | ihe Trade
Union movaaMM
In that, organization of workei
was being extended greatly I
covet wi.it: fields.
Mr. Hochny arrived hen
day mornlni by ll.W.l.A. and is
staying at the Hastings Hotel
i hut in the oil industry
collective i
produced an agreement ;
new formula of cost of liv-
ing allowance! Mjowlngj the Intro-
duction hy Dm Government of
rw index i
de the old cost of living figures.
Agreements
"Agreement* are also concluded
Moping industry for the
"' purpose," he an id.
The sugar crop is almost end-
ed but unfavourable weather con-
ditions in 19SJ have been respan-
ble for the drop m their estim-
ated output. In that industry.
vhere there is no voluntary col-
lective bargaining, wages are
[UlatOd hy the Wages Council
appoint* d by Hi* Kxn-llciu v (ha
He said that the basic wages of
nrkers m th.-t Induatrj <
creased on the recommendation
ol the Council .'or this crop arid
ectually, this had produced a 4*'*
increase (ui thg beak tvagea which
.....i 1*40.
The textile industry has started
epcratlona, but the Mage >s experi-
mental an,| full production might
" "iiH the next six
tnontha.
Construction work is proceeding
nil the Dew cement factorv. while
("tie new n lining tank erected bv
Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd i |
ing completion.
Mr. H.-:, tl i ,%. .
the three major projects being
undertaken to Trinidad at the
tuna and which should
(ontnbule largely to the erono-
mic^/nprovemenl of the colony.
SIM DAMAGE
DONE IN FIRE
DETROIT, M
One fireman was killed and two
others emoualy mimed when lire
swept Detroit's largest lumber
yard causing an estimated $1,000.-
000 damage.
Twenty-two tire companies
battled the blare which started
shortly after 2.00 a.m. They at-
tempting to confine it to the block
square area in which It began.
Another square block section ot
F. M. Sibley Lumber Company
lies lust across the street.
-U.F.
Fin1 l)a4-g
City Houses
Two houses were damaged when
i urred al Oaroatl Stn I
City, shortly after II o'clock on
Friday night. The lire started'at
a DOUae owned by Mariorlc
letwicsi and occupied by Gwen-
dolyn Held Reid was not at home
at the lime of the fire. The house
collapsed and some of the house-
hold effects were destroyed.
The other hOOM is owned bv
Doris Allamby. About 12x8 feet
of the roof were burnt.
The fire was put out bv the Fire
Brigade under the command of
Major
1 Craggs. Fire Officer
,yr fUesiage
[mm thr
H, It.,., iL f,
"We up s friendly people."
-..m His late Majesty. King
Oeorge VI. In a broadcast me*
I sagt to you last Ohrlstmaa
Day. Indeed it is this special
aptitude for friendliness and
gocratic respect for the opin-
ion of others Uiat ha* knit to
aether, halo mi unique a part-
nership, the British Common
wealth nnd Rmpir*
Mistake and mumnder-
-landing* there have been ; but
these have never done more
than temporarily obscure th-
Ideals for which so many have ;
iru.-^ini w.isi braeeo gasf
1 vettaO, with -oncenty of pur

To day we stand on the
threshold of t. new tUttabe
than ern Let us rightly draw
lssfplrstion from thr proud
sixliiiilh centur> whence
prang the s?ed of Empire
but let us alo renew our faith
in the principles of social bar
mony and fellow feeling whlrh
brought that seed to flrsr;
and, resolve, moreovor. by
word and deed, to profler Uic
same good will to those people
beyond our gates who have
espoused another way of life.
And now a special message
for you. young people, who are
so accustomed to take for
granted the friendship that ex
ist between the peoples of our
many races. That l all to the
good: but do not forget those
we call foreigners, many of
whom nnd their way into our
land* to visit ua. or live with
uV Here they are best able to
see for themselves the true
meaning which lies behind our
celebration of Empire Day.
Tear honexty. courage and
kindliness towards them will
help W overcome Uio imly
misunderstandings which keep
nation* apart.
Therefore let each one of
you to-day. make a special
efTort to win the friendship of
some child who lives beyond
I oar realm-.
My be*t wishes to yon all-
yonng and aid-for happtnes-
asal above all, for yonr con-
1 tinned endeavour In our ulti
mate purpose of world peace.
OOWRIE.
Empire Day, 1962.
Queen 98 Message
To Empire Youth
Her Majesty the Quee.i haa
iraelously given her patron-
age to Empire Youth Sunday.
May '-Hi. and has sent the
fi ll..wlnn Message lo all who
will iik,- nan In the obwr.-
ance:
"I am grateful for the
kind message which baa
been sent me on the ecea-
slo.i of l in"" Youth sun-
day, and 1 am glad to
know thai young people
all over the Common-
wealth are learning In-
creasing!) lo \ ilne this
opportunity for a rommon
-u i of wumhip and dedl-
cattatL
"At the Ihrrshotd of m*
reign. I am strenglhen-
ed by the knowledge thai
I have the loyal support
of the toung people of
many lands, differing ha
colour, race and creed,
but one In the member-
ship of our great Family
of Natk.us. with Its tradi-
tions of brotherhood.
ehlvalr> and service. May
f.od heir us to upheld
I hose (r Ad it Ion* and so
>rrc bolh each other and
mankind.
23 May. Iflftt.
Mii.oir ami m% uiiiim
Racial Discrimination
Bill I ill\( i\vui-i\ In
House Of Commons
. , LtlXUON. Mav 23,
A bill to wtpo ,,ut Hi.. diaerimmaUon thfuushou:
Britain ..ml 'h,- Colonies w Mroduc*d in thr H i
Comnmr: t-dn> hut tempeg..t] i-v.. lor lack ..[ y
quorum j
nockwg) long time champi< -
es estimated uiuiei BritlM
..... i ind to Implement the I'nite..
Notions D.. Hntntln BJjlhta in addition to .,,
I hat all non-whltfc .ire*aI)oweti to elect representa
livee i l^-,;islati\- Councils
LKSn (.HOI I' AT ...!'. 11.11.
Th Bl mike all
n| Irana-
i
nut diarrli ttv form
Racial prejudice m
private employment ... i

Brednrai paid,
Thr bill would .ipp"- t.iiuiiv In
irie-i th-
.: itujier 1 A\
l.ooo.o,)n >'. ihem in Brtluh ter-
would also eonaa ,mdei

(ireat Iniiistice
Onlj one othi
servative Cuthbcii Alporl p,.k.
luring the debate He charge*
that Bi,. 1 .1 n i-i-ra
injustice b in Afri-
ca as g result of the Himsh ieo-
ple's aasocin'inn with it in the last
lob yearg,
After an hour*! discussion the
speakei found ihare were not *
ateUtuta a
quorum nnd postponed tin- delate.
It will come up again next Fri-
y. Broekv.j. noted that though
Kenya has a Legislative Council
not a single repreaentaUvi t" it
* elected by the .V0OO.0Q0 Afrl-
ani there In Northern Rbodeaia
md Nyasalimd African i
right lo elect representatives
hfea.
Moat of ihem have no demo-
alic rights at all even in Britan
eitimalm. to have lass than M,I*'m
eoloure ,ift."^i'.
Drartices are creeping in he said
Faster Gets
Power To
liaptise
W HENRY, ihe forty-
Id woman who began
-' t.int earlier this month
Sut a step further this week
en Khf claimed to have reeefw d
1 w to bapttae "beUevei
whh the Holy Qboat and Kh.
I f'uiiii^ this peat week, the tall
T UiHler woman who lived in st-
morf than twn weeks
1 doori to mans
i member* coatai mis-
i Mon io which -in- ,i, belonga,
ti. spent with them man) 1<
hours, elNimhig "to baptlei
i Sh. claoni io have received the
power in to banUae them during
her faat. She prays with them
and then m.iklng signs and i'. i
culations, and unintclligihl. utii r |
; iKand them to "Speak I
in unknown tonguce."
Taking the cue tram r.er. those I
" i"' iIn- Huh (iltoat", '
dance vlaorouily, iriKMimg gucb
* undi ii come noni the mouth of
Henry.
Tin- strange conduct has
attracted dall) for the past week,
i.ige trowds of curtoui netghbour*,
iseie of whom stuiiil imund .111111/
1 t the Hlghi. while others laugh
Henry's general physical enndi-
Iion .ipuearN to l>e the same as it
wa* prior faj her beglnnlnK 1MI*
htat .md there are un-
conllruu'd report* of her hnving
rcrcH 1 d hasketv" from tune to
tlrne trooa other member* of the

She revealed vrsterday that she
would continue the fast which was
and tomorrow until Whit-
h . She gald th..' 1 aril
reauaM her regular activities In
the Church on Whltaundl
Depicting the "Oocoannt Tree". Club 11

G.I.U. Hold Annual Fete
Mrs. Turner Tells Members
Not To Slacken Effort*
Warrants
Pti&enfekl
To Sv&uter&
Red Prisoners
Subdued
KOJE tSUAND Kp
y..
24
Rebeinoui Communist
'Wieis Iwg.ii, knuckling UOdei to
111lg.-General Ita.vdon I. BootlM
'nuKii new Cuiamaiulant of Koje
Island prison camp. Reels hnulenl
d< wrt theh illegal t.uiutinit fliigs
tnop.i^;iM((.i bannen in vio-
ridden compound '17 ,m I
thr,
Clg/lt Oth
prlsouct
CMiili nret i.,ov. Benm it<*a
th Oonzjile* Vidcla,
Mothei ol Ihe Wot 1 1

lU the United :
hc.-idgunrler- in New York. She !
hen, no-
il lal lei lory a I of Um
u.n. (in* 1 1
FuuriHts II iilirtl
Of Gush, Jewels
ROME. May 24.
1 oil
vMJ.000 in
jewellery and monej I
an the out

.md Julin Subhach of
Rue El Chamn in Cairo, reported
to' the Home police lh.it a black
leather hi 1 1: car by
.,.
pair a punctuj 1 .
Subba-I -I- ; Ice 'h..! tW)
1
<.fl on a
1
aalil he ati-t hi- wife u
h,i: .:
100.000 Italian Lire |Mo"l an 11 -
imounl
Sterling. 1 Swiss ami
I

t'.r.
1 oki 1
lcr thai captive*
ng to olx'% onlen
Althouiih IV1.
U ind still Hew
ners |hj
ii in Una
The 'ommunl.t
Secreti
.il.lic.!i':i 11,
breaking to Colnnal
'wo predM
iwanqanl rai
I iti (i

I other eom-
fiiiiirnicn ban-
. rt 1 M" b I
I baekdown came
II v frana Pi i
Wiisiimgi.m the
oi Boat
lump eon
hnn - i*.r.
Italy's Political
Parlies Rally
THF \ur m.iI S, "it. 1
[enca was held at the cool n<
yuarten. Hc< kl. 1
morning when Mniot J K. Grlltlth.

ercd an addreaB, and n li
I the I"! 11 Seoul Move-
ment ilunng the past year
Short ..Lin .* nrar alto given
by Mr W It Carl.....( Mi 1 It
BpHBgOl a*hO t'k the opportun-
ity to make tome intry pertinent
observations regarding training
and din kpiiM
n< ton deJivi 1 ing hli Addrei.
lo the Conferem e, m .|"i OrilHth
presented Warrants lo a numbef
ot Bcoutan who hnve t
livated, ami who I
|i tit i'i ibJ .
The various speaker' 1
urged thr nei d for ndtUl
movement, and -inpha*b,ed that
111 ind the
fundamental principle, of trout-
ina tbeuld n praeiiead
i'i
general failing off in
prii ting through
Inertia and a lack of appreciation
rf those principles, both among
llii' iiimiii scouts and UM COUt
master*, and exhorted n 1
have the icpoiisii'iiitv '.i leading
ie rouni 1 1 "ever*
ngig 1 qj 11. tin- Hovan 1 !
lhat hi : '
i td [01 '*'*
hours and opportunit) wat taken
t di*us munbei ol
.I rs which II
,er< not Lhc Move
ment
1 nil th i
"i r.S'l'KKDlAY Ihe 1 .i,i ,[,,.,,
il leie at ijvu-.- tia w* lurnaeilv
openeil by Mis. R, N Tui
lary. After hem; inn ..,:i;, ,-., ,y ti ,,,..,
Ml 5. Tin mil!
the Annu.-il Kete <>! :
year, for I
'"'"' inthoCoi 1
"'"'"'s....... :'1 I ie worr.r
Bsrtedoa in hai ... ami
louki'iy. and, "i proi I ... .v,.p.
being of its mornbori in a
would have; b* n j
( !......I.fforl
1
log othet ... 1
irlng the ye,, .


Hit* NtieH Cllig1 Club.

L

tarred b
ever-men
I
< 11 pu ad to m
arnmenl hai acsmowledged itv
xcelleni wori
nlng bv subetanl -f nov

-.
go<

.
de-
1(4 >MK. M,iy 24.
ItaJVi politic^ p.ut.f. ,ii-
DObUixlng to gei ..1 the maml-
nun w le Sunda foi HunlclpaJ
.Mm ii n iv throw It nme
Nap
1st
,...,
Cot
ciclory
Ing strength

*lped by thi' grow-
,f '..- ao-|
iiaiian Social Morernonl ., are drawn
mainly from a Dtnw
lion.
V* prtad H 11, and ti
,: might
weaken '.1 c Iltclenl
'o give the Communists 1
key

outdnr*
meeting* laet
night at thr

r-iod outside 0M old Ron
oaeeurn the main
.
1,,1 w
it.r.
Mb-t'lianiral I'urn tun
!^jiii|)ii;ciit \\aihJilc
For Ookoniet
1 NTH : ;
Mcli-nifrftion '< fai
DM Colonial may be advanrefl
by the- import
j,,.-. .1 1.. i- 1 'i no .. ,l'i
Count net.
! This view wi
Mr. If. I. d'A. Ilopkimufti. Mm-
Iftei "' St.ite for Color*
he addreated rapreaental
iitli ,.fter 1 do-
'
Ing lit Kriflelrl
j
1..... the
nl and thaj n
kr-t f'., the ti
.. ....
mie.*.
The den
USP of mme UUUI gtXl)

arhich can be used with tha
Tordson Majni ti MM
bv the F ird Ml t'.r (J
1.....nbara, v.- -. r. 1 i-
SCORES INJURED IN RED RIOTS
'. COSTUME PARADE at t
l the prise for the most On.___
Prate which received the prute for the cheapest comma.
The asllpr and Hi* flrlde". by Club 6 which
Also winning for Club 6 was Crocui Bag*'
PARIS. May 24.
reported one h
'^?rea inlured in yes*erd.iy>
,:
11 Rirlgway as police
''irruchout Fran-e nrepnred for
toda>.
Jd .Mgeuan
died ot wounds received in a
between

France.
ed


swinring police charged a moo of grave."
krrs at Monl-
beliard I'<

.
munist party lo prr/est Use arriv-
*l next week nf new N'.ATO
Supremr- |
I
colonialism In North AA
AulhoriUes said one pi
battle ..t La II ,v

i
Tough Republ
Companiei fC.ns. 1 wen
rnit tO OW II hi All ii-"
port a Cot
aaad to ow
M |..l
cits troopei
'"lib. :ind rifle butts
Authorities aal
of North African
ed and overturned ii pollci
i r
Jho choics of* ifwAc wlw
hsu&qnxM Qualify, and
0$ thoM wPw employ
jco/wmy...
A rare corhbination realised in
K. W. V.
THE LABEL WITH THE KEY
WinvH, Itrumlivs untl Uqtuurt
K. W. V. PAARL TAWfcY
K. W. V. Coronation Wine
K.W.V. Old Brown Sherry
K. W. V. Amontillado Sherry
K. W. v. Old Oloroso Sherry
K.W V Sweet Vermouth.
K. W. V. Dry Vermouth
K. W. V. VAN DUR HUM LIQUEUR
K. W. V. Superior "Key" Brandy
'i


PAGE TWO
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. MAT IS, 19332
te REPAIR
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Choking Curbed in 3 Minutes
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DANCE
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33
QaJub CaUwef
MR K K. WALCOTT.
M.C.P.. and Mr* Wain
*l 10-
'urM from the USA via Tnni-
*"' flo**d yesterday morning by
DWl
H W I .A. after
\irport
1 H Win
absence for five
meet I hen
raon ri.pi
i- *. i.-ki inn i
i-l u*f I" lr-iilh hihI .hi pmh [.

r.#i -- ,. I.. h. aii' Jl i,..< |o t.ka mU ai I
N'i iimI'* r I.- lis vnu hale awl-
l..rC U -
I
..ii|. > "-it" n In;
laka i%
Ms A baa t Y.e..

.II..
I
.i ntaht and ha baa had a
IbtWaf N<
. V I
I lima .1 all MGKDACO i
!a

y tMi-k i-uarant..
.'
anlirrly arall. Ilka Maw parson, and
tuny aatlarud altar i-klr,.
It . i .
ay and I ha full purrhaaa pi
b' r.fui.il..1 i;t HKNDAO
ahM |.-Uv unl a* a how
. n li.niaiii ami MSf Bsstefc
FTww. Tn.
Mendaco'
j ' Ml M -i. I...
EMPIRE
THEATRE
NOW SHOWING
X6t-lflH"1Df
5^4% a**"*

BROADWAY'S
BIGGEST STAftE
HIT-NOW A
WONDERFUL
MOTION PICTURE!
/
TW3 hill! Canada Dry Gatsfsej Al-
...Canada lr> Water-i wo bj*i k'.im
beverage* for raising or drink >i
freshmvnt "Pin-Poini Cakhkg**foa
glV* ihcm the liin>. -lasiui* In.... | .
thafgi%n ran long Ui(inscT>H>>mcni.
"flfe,
'IBP
Manager of Standard Lif?
* M" JOHN HAMILTON. Mhn-
UtM i for lilt West Indies of
ihe Standard Life Aaauranee Com-
pany with headquartet* in Trim-
idod. arrived here yesterday morn-
lini by B.W.I.A. on a faur-da>
11. .:i- -. vim' Ha i,.' aaeoaa*
onied by hi* wife and they are
saying at the Orean View llbtcl
v. i. -/MrI.hi Merchant
MR. A. J HU1ZI-A0UIAB
merchant of Caracas Vane-
mjcIb, left for La Guaira ve~ -
day momlng by B.WI.A. fte.-
,-mending a short holiday staying.
I .=n the Ocean View Hotel. He **
panied by his mti*
,. Il'.,i-. vnio.m Couple
MR AND MRS K F. N N Y
HUTCRINSON wlm were
arrtad here three weeks atx,
lay moming by
BW.IA from Trinidad where
.' a h.id i/cen on their hon.*>-
Old Combermerian
MR FREDERICK RASTMOND.
an Hi. ( nbara artaa who
residing In the U.S.A.
i 22 years it now back
i l for holiday He
rank men and is spend-
lr a month slaving with Mrs. K.
of DaUulth Road
rtond 1-' a Civil Servant
to the State Insurance
ant in Mi York
A viaw. taken through tha Jamaica stand, of thp Hr* Iilaod Cot
ton display, at the British Industrie. Fair Miss Beryl MrBtirnle of
atertal can be worn as she
Trinidad, shows bow attractively thr
waits to answer enquiries from visitors.
After A Mor.th
ArrER spending month"
I.....rJay In Trinidad, Mis:
;;;^i,rZnHarbr- A** ^^ * M.l Evc-
IBWIA mormng b> Wedneaday. There were also ai * Shell l*mi-
. -r . '*!" who, though new to Barha- 2?* ''"""'lation who arn\ed on
.CCOUntant in Trinidad rjlu audiences .mm .huled "ev- Tl)"t-,jy h. ItW.I.A. fro,,, Trim.
*A l(FM\'INC from Trinidad yrs- Tal numbers. da''- H* * accompaniod by his
T* terday morning for a holidav The programme opened with faj SH^.*"." lh.py flrc "',yini:
-re Mr and Mrs. H. L. Cole -'musing prologue by Miss KIii'j "I1-01 ,,0>'l .
vi .'ill lie spending three weeks Clarke followed by A La Bun Mr Kemahan who is well has
lltf ! Hi -md Mrs. C. R. Aimae and the SIceDing ileaut\ Known hrt* was '"*t in the island day
Mugical Evening
MANY munol tjU-taM
present i
ning at the
Judy Graham of Bay
Wednesday.
Superintendent Shell
Leaieholds
I N HARHADOS for s,\ ***
Attended Convention
RF.V It j CHRISTIAN. Man-
ager of the Review aii-1
Herald Press in Washington. D.C
lefi last nigh! by BW.IA. fo
after .ittending ll
i' Lcaward l-l: il Seventh It,\ An
1 Venezuela, he goe*
io Jamiir.i before returning fan
Washington on June 2.
Rev Christian who was repre-
cnting the General Conference oi
Itay Adventi"
Churche in Washington said thai
reporta from their work here con-
information that their
membership nad grown wi'h ere;.-
rapidity, showing a gun of 300*"
rjvat the two preceding periods
Ilunng his stay in Barbados
Rev. Christian was a gu**l at thr
HoWl 1'nyal.
Other S.D.A. Ministers who
enme ever for the Convention at d
are still-In the island are Rev. F. S
Thompson and Rev J Emmer-
in, President and Treasurer re-
spectively of ihe Caribbean Union
in Trinidad and Rev. C. U Pad-
dock Manager of the Pacific Press
in Cristobal. Canal Zone who are
staying it the Hotel Roval, jut
Rev. L. B Reynolds, Fditor of the
Mesaaie Magaslae. a religmus
trurnal which is published ii.
N.i-hvillc. Tennessee for thr
oi.lnured membership of the S.I> A
BBd Hev. G. C. Osgood fron>
Maravpi Trinidad, who are stav-
ing a' tne Hastings Hotel.
For Three Months
ARRIVING from Vcne/u-l
Wednesday bv the SS.
< olrmbit were Mr > and Mrs.
Joaquin Espijo who are now hr-ir-
for three months' holiday staying
tit ihe Hastings Hotel.
Mr. Espijo Is a businessman
from Caracas.
Congratulation!
CONGRATULATIONS to Mr
and Mrs. Marcus Athcih ol
Lowar Bank Hull X Rond wh-
celebrated their 2Sth weddini cin-
i Thursday.
Aerial Photographer
A RRIVING on Friday afternoon
liy LAV. from MaiquetU.
a/ai Btr, Gonzalo Plaza. Acruil
rlkOtofrapher employr.l wiin the
Government of Venertiel i He
ovor for ten days' holi-
._ .^. . ... ..,-----is staying at the Hotel
nslrona of "Sherbrooke." Waltz rendered on ihe piano by In 'S4y w'"en he was sin tinned t Royal.
etm Hill. Worthing. Misa Judv Graham. There were ^nnK Gurden, Black Rock be- Mr. Gonzalo told Carlb that the
Cola Who '- a nephew of Mien vocal solos h> Miss Gloria orT hr ** iransferrcd to Trinl- view of Barbados from the air \
Aimslrong Is emplo
untanl 'iiii the Es
m
did
-ed as an Selby, Mr. Stephen Fleming* and
Stand- Mrs. Leslie Cole. This group end-
ed with a small choir of twelve
T l; U., -1...L..J V.?icW *,nS,n Ihe Hallelujah
10 Join her liutbar.d chorus, conducted by Mr Colls
MRS. R E DELAFILED arrived Bayley and accompanied bv Mr
esterduv from George- t'leve Jonea.
Trinidad by B W.LA. tc The next group included Saw
loin her husband. Rev I>laneld ^"O* bv Mi-. Ben Gibson. Ml
over last week h- Hector BlackmanS singing of I'll arr spending as guests at Ca
dtand the Seventh Day AdvcnliM Walk Beside You and Mrs. Paul bank Hotel.
She wa.-ace-.inpan.ed w"hin*' My World and Thank Mr. Qulndsland is Sub Manager
hei Lhrae children Trevo., t;od" For A Garden. Mr Valenc- "f ""' Itegota branch of the
BBd Hardin. Bowers sang Mothe, Macrae an.I National City Bank of New York
Hat I Ma field who had been Mr. Hubert Globs played Madri- /v_ i, ,.,
ying at the Hastings Hotel, Is *le "nd Sarabande on the violin. *-'n Holiday
residence at "Sunset l groups included n dancr C PENDING month's holiday
1th his family ** Miss Urtfa Clarke and songs ^ with her brother-in-law and to _.
hope to remain here for one by Mrs. Nigel Rudder and Mrs. sister. Rev. md Mrs. H. V Ami- month
Bertie Selby. strong of St. Philip's Rectory la
Vocal solos by MUs Judy Miss M. Hutchinson of Trinidad
T"(eh jt zts. ThM" -KSras; "r>^"o srSs shw,aTvod ,",crd"v mornln"bv
thurch will hold their an- armmnanimenl -n,l-l iK. .. Z_
Canadian* End Holiday
beautiful .mil from what
little of the Island he has alreadv
seen he like* it and intends to re-
-^.a. in reside)
rPw- Rorklev
-Ii
Fair at Haitingi Rocki
npaniment ended the
pro>
He
week by T.CA. and U
i a guest of Mr and Mr
It. Talon of the Windsor Hotel
BV THE WAY fly Beachcomber
lames
irch will hold their an-
nual Charity Fair at Hastings gramme
Rorkf on Saturday 31st May.
1962. Mrs. Challenor will open For Four Weeki
Wat'j&wS STnTt:jdou' rs \oh^
intrtatj of Utility stalls refresh- ^rbr! r?sK "b^a^'
ments. game, and a children's Mgia ttkllSKJF '" '
Fam> Dress competition which IJJri ,._! M"nx"'u,
will take place at 4 p.m. The ^lV'<,
Police Band under (.'apt C. E
liaison will be in attendance
xiiiSV *i I HAVING fo, Trinidad
(AILING on Wednesday evening JLv B.W.I.A. on Knday nioimnu
last by Ihe S.S. Cotoanbtc for wwe Mr. and Mrs. Kooeri Kun. 'EXPANSION in one dlrtcUOD
'rinidad was Mr. E. F. Ferrcira, and two childron They arrive-, L^ Batani i-'lraction in another:
'roprietoi of St Ann's Pharmacy, here on Wednesday by the >t i a l"w nf nature.' If these
ball < n five weeks" holiday. t'olembte from England and wet" word* of a "thinker" mean any-
Whilc in Tnnidad. he will be staying at the Windsor Hotel. thingand I see little reason to
eehflni with Mr. Louis Bapllste. Mr. Kuna is Manager ol the n-sume that the pronminioiien'..'
r Romeo Streel Port-of-Spain. British Bala Shoe Company ir nowadays of people eulled thlnk-
For Tennii Tournament t-'aalgtaa, St. Lucm. ers lum anj m.aning--:they
Bancroft ..ft to. Muaiciana From Trinidad KELfiSf!SJ?^hS&
ildad by BWLA. Air- -VfR. AND MRS. PHILIP BER- ^^^^rTk-^^SSrJt
ways yesterday to take part in BVJ. MUDEZ of Trinidad are at course vice versa, i wd..l thai
the Savannah-Tranquihly tennis present in ihe isUno on lour a knock-knrxd rider eoutd suc-
tournament which opened on months' holiday. They are flay- tCed In getting astride I
rnda*. She was accompanied by ing at Ma reset Beieh Flat, St. without hunching nil knees un-
her husband. I^iwrenco. dcr nls ri,in and resting his fee*.
M.s Eric Taylor left by th* Mr. Bermudez is the owner of on the nags back, like lew- old
opportunity. Mr. EncTay- Bermudez Building jnd has an Marquis of Chasscnmuehcs. He
several other Industrie*, could crask I walnut bet
Banker From Bogota
MR. AND MRS 1 V A K turn.
QUINDSLAND and their ,
two children War Jnr and BtttSM
Louellan of Bogota. Columbia. A FTF.R spending ten davs' holi-
have just arrived In Barlwdos for I\ da) H Klngsley flub. Bnth-
s holiday which they ,shebn. Miss Winnifred Johnson
WOO runs a nursing home nt .'.
Dere Street. Porl-of-Spain and he/
totar Miss Emily Johnson, a Civil
Servant att.ched to the Port-of-
Spain branch of the Post Office,
are now at the Hotel Royal for a
further stay.
Mlsa Winnifred Johnson expect-
here for nlxxil nitHer
I'hile her sister will l>e re-
milnins until June 11.
On Caribbean Tour
MAKINC a tour of the Carib-
bean area in the interest of
his firm is Mr. C J. Songhursl
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES Advertising Manager of the British
URTON who were holiday- American Tobacco Co. in Englann
ing here for the p ist few week:* He arrived yesterday mornina
staying at Paradise Beach Club, by B.W.I.A; from Trinidad and
r**urned to Canad i OB Thursday w||| l remaining for three days.
by T.C.A Ing it 'he Ocean View Hotel.
MRS. R.
rrlnadi
ii would be quire coj;i
to omif all mention of this article,
to long as (he u'^rd \crr prinled
in large lerfera on a bit of fur-
uiiurc ii rinim. sou), or on fhc
u-all of a room dtirina a plai/.
Yrs. iruly,
Ted Rudauncl:.
husband leaves fi
dad on Wednesday when
lake part in Ihe Men's I>
.- i
is a complete ban Ireatmcnt
natural oils which dry hair lacks, il acts as
heahhgiy ingh>non:il contains puicSilvikim
natural food A few minutes' daily nuvuge wfek
Sihiinn I onon with Cdl will bring ncv. lire, healih
and vitality lo your hair, and will keep it pcdcciK
groomed throughout die .!.n
Silvikiin
LOTION WITH
Trim- interest
he will His last visit lo Barbados was IH his"knees, "and often did. to the
ibtes yiars ago Mrs. Bermudez has shame and annoyance Of Ihe mav-
, ** ,,' visited (be island on many oc- oi and the notary of laio-.iilhe
Swimming and Cycling' cation*. and lo ,he delight -,f the vlUag-
ARKIVING m Barbados on There j re both musicians and ers. The cure remained ncu*rw
Thursday from TrinidJd b; havo appeared in many publu Snibh"
T.C.A. wore Mr and Mrs Stewai I Performances in Trinidad. They .
tiering, two Canadians from * Interested in meeting and IV"!" ' -___- imiir eorr."
-. .onto who are here on their first P *y'ng for the public and are ^ *^\^ al/Zn,\,i
holiday visit. They have come " willing to meet a group of spondeni.- MJ*. O
over for two weeks which they are '?'*' ".y > talent In th. api.e haf J^^bJ^SStT Ol
jpend.ng as guest, a. the Hotel -WWof sem.-clasaie or classic,., r^"**jflgf ^ "JSS tS
Kirs, rjermuuez niays me ceim i'i""""" "?-----"""ainai mi
while Mr. Bermudez plays the need be no furtheri "'"",t*
viobB and piano. fit ihe end. when th.
Mr and Mrs. Gearing have al-
Vready spent a week in Trinidad,
mosl of which time they were a'
Mayaro Beach. Thev like swim-
ming and cycling and have ridden
\ from the Royal to the Airport ann
rv'.um.
In addition lo the flowers, they
ike the beaches and life in general
i.ind.
Mr. Gearing is ptnpnetnr Of
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Store In Toronto.
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Sunday .vnvoc.xTr
PAG: rim
Ai II.. ii
PAINTING THE CLOUDS
ir.. .. ii.

UN IlNG THK
at i he Plaza.
I I breefcy
Sfngtani low versus
marriaifp-f"! moitignll
a'l famous
i" the s*;i" |R which .1


.....over which sup-
The. atoi
serves mostly aa a aasieana
< tasaassau
dancing of Gei e N.-i
vaj) ibis singing old rv< n
ites b^
* ,'""", Pl<
colourful want Inteneoeen i-.
^tWl V. ''
cinia ouan, rni
a profosi , om, frQ(n the
Whet. Lucille M -ogpthcr
pointed ha
decide lo go Id !.t V
love Joes srtn e*U
the wheel" of rom
BSSSSrOUSt) oil
phere of luxury

The buy
the dance sequences in which
Gene Nelson- >kill Thr
has full scope. The \
comhinntinn |
by the gum and
and controlled cnlistlu-.
Nelson, n one of them. II
l

1 soring the
i cannons
.....imtaJn ami

heir wiy


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i h. while
i "color, is
ilarli
i a fluor mi'lcr
(hat chitm .
typical h Latin and i ;"*' ur\
*enlation
' i
A in ,_,
RED SK'F.S OP
gananil she
to look at, but has rrlvs In tuna
know.* how tr. dm tt. Borro
from radio, from th
two duel Men i did see. it would

v. .i lutla in-
hava on it 1 am going
Virgin pass on and It will give you
and roori the t'lm
the rota '
who SU
Ire, 01
FARM AND GARDEN
K> AI.KHOI \
\ II.1..M1F rXONtlMKS
Wg arc appealing this week especially to village folk.
Last week we i welled on the question of windbreak bor-
ders for the garden and the use ol dual purpose plants for
this purpose Mch as pigeon pea and t.iiinea corn. In many
COUOtTj rr. sultablr wind protection is not
always enough wl i I . rut ttraytag stock acts
as a atrong deterrent lo the cultiva'i n of food gardens.
Un
complete E eon* : in Bn ly. hi- illalogiie >
. i.
11 UUa tha w n
beautv. ptooda ii
IIKNNIB MOIIOAN
JAMES CRAIQ
Foretl Hra-
>mbats false eg
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Bd I
Of | ,,, .
I the men
work with dan
by the
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. ans."
It. i- hard
Constanoo Smith
lunter.

ESTHER WILLIAMS who is f
tursd In "Teas* Carnival" now
Hhowliia at Tha Globe'
Radio Notes
In the coming week the BBC
will broadcast two plays In the
rl Oversea* Service The
: is on Wednesday, 28th snst
adaptation of Henry Seton
Herrunan'l "The Last Hope'
- will last for an hour be-
klng at 9 p m The second
la/o de la Roche's 'Whileoaks'
i the distinguished actress
icv Price taking the par! of
in' This was the play in which
Mis* I'rlre appeared for 827 per-
' mances at the Little Theatre
m 1936. which she revived
j.g the war and with which
has always boon particularly
Kiated. In it the plays a cen-
W.....i-i .i* you "ill know If you
have road the story Miss Price
now no more than a sprightly
venty-two but has a way oP
deputing with the utmost convlc-
the characters of very old
ladles. "Whtteoakt" will be on
the alt tor an hour and halt
beginning at 8 30 ji in on Satui
day, 31st ln.it. Both Ihecv plays
will be broadcast in the 25 and 31
mctrt bands, 11.73 and 9.58 mega-
cycles respecUvely.
The Week's Music
There are two good musical
programmes from I-ondon In the
coming week The first is the
regular Sunday evening 'Uritlsh
Concert Hall" which on the 25th
LOS| will present Music from Brit-
ish Films played by the London
film Symphony Orchestra con-
ducted by Hubert Clifford. This
begins at 9 p m The second is
'From the Third- Programme on
Thunday at the *at!i time with
thret songs of Henry Purccll'i
and Gordon Jacob's quintet f (liimit and string quartet The
songs will be sung by Raw
(tenor) accompanied by Geotie
Malcolm on the harpsichord: The
quintet will be rendered by Fnjd-
erlck Thurston 00 the elai Bt I fi l
the New I^>ndon Quartet. In ad-
dition lo these two full-length
programmes we lake this oppor-
tunity of reminding our readers ot
the weekly quarter hour of Charlie
Kunz at the piano which Is on the
On Pace IS
To ke*p that spvvial
appointment 1
This is the punctual friendly clock that reminds
the norM of it% appointments -aVK lupn
Smith i cases
with plated i ut alarm
ilt\.k "Uh 4-inch dial .
Bniivhrr>
/locks I.U
SinM/f/akmd
oataimi i
at all I.UHU jr. aa i. lias
suvii i
tffmu oan
ttpO aid complete loss uf hope
We ha\ some of
these vill me-. reeanU] and the1
number of idle >poU attached u<
cottages is aaUMushmg. In the
aggregate, the aretf of these unu&d
plots, would run into
figures Can we afford this ayrt,
or thing a
should be directed lo I
mics in the home with less depen-
dence on the bnpo
con*equentl> finer visits to the
shop.-, win i. n :

I' ., .
ilMHIt the
home, while UW n i no lack i
evidence that there n pISBtj .i
leisure and uin.
time, the teplui varj
the ii k |,m.i>;
m k
the majority think that in .'. num-
ber of eases the Vacant 1
to BjUsani
too occupied otherwise u. bother
about them But. run-: i.f . M
.'-.
ently are not uiteu-stwi in thu
things around them, and in the
absence of village leadei.s and
community intcrv.t leading .to
helpful n [versified activities Ui
honw making, Uv
The sad part of it is that with a
lew ibowen tin- soil la so i tap on
*ive and short aeaum crops soon
catch on. Tine, i
here and there which show son*
pride in ownership wttl
r-ring shrub or two In
and an jnrxpensive btll
BM DSM k wfinli not anl.v
penni'.N prlv... > bill -Hows a num-
f-h.ip acttvltla* to be
punued fir. of
straying stock and the cui l
These .... in,
the know-how u all the?,
urge and the arlll ire ksehlng
In mailers 'iich as drainage and
sanlUtlon Ihe isl.iinl
bles.-.e.l .mn the tmlli is that \ ,1-
lagc life generally is so easy and
free from otlmlnlMrative compll-
Mlage or-
Disnisoticn
is allowe-d to fend for Umetll
There is a givat deal of diacusslon
in connection with th.' saaude
Report and < nave nc
had tlie opportui
it In detnll it hardly coo
in the put column
If we are pat one general
lonniitril. huu.vvi. a wuulil ba
thai aonaidvratioD might wall be
given to the possibility of provid-
ing a measure of responsibility In
matters of village administration
umong the people themselves,
especially in the very populous
centres. Encouragement at trfVt
could be formation
0) Village committees fol pad
Iurposes. Thu-, in ou
lurrleane Relief CORUI
each large vUlagi
,. tieim ndoui u I b formal *
conesrnlng ihe nahira <<1 hum*
canea won hi l>.
all arrani,.'
fornu "f aid con-
t" Ued by auch a eonunltl

headquartei otflSBlsaUon. Agal .
a Food Production Con.
irovlde the drive and m I -
the DMtUH
jffeating food plot* and thr uje
if unoccupied land could accom-
plish a great deal, bsctudlng even
(he selling up of marketing anl
cullictini; depots There Is much
to be done, but the people must
be trained to help themselves And
there la no shortage of possible
leaders.
i.anli'iiiiij! Hints For
Amateurs
Cabbage* can be grown all the
sol aid, hut their beat time
i fron Oetohei to June. Cab-
baces are grown from Imported
seed, and It Is advisable to get
">ur ><*ds from tha Department
of Sri. nee and Agrlcultuie U is
UmJ eng how the difference in
tlie d.o^sghi hours of one couii-
: lo iinuiher will affect the
KfOWth at s- ment', sreda have not onlv been
'.'too bn: they have been
ported from countries which eiavv
i similar climate to Barbados
ince of success when plant-
ing their seeds is naturally great-
er. Tlie Department of Sole
and Atiriculture is also most
willing to give advice to anyone
on the planUng and
: their vegetable
gged n
aWing the Ciihhnge Seeds
.un-il the right type
in-ftcee-l b\ tow-
ing ihcm in a nursery bed. or
.-x. When the seerlllngs
first
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\\ hides ale K-UII Iirngglsl
131 goeboek Rl Dial M13
romp "P. leave them I
bOBM until they are f
six inches tall. Whei i iucIi
growth has been all i thi-v
must be trnnsplantet: > big
l>ed.
Thi; oe i ,. ha- ahead* r>,. .
udvlatd, ihould be la an open
sunni* position, and mu-t be Mil
before hand with pien-
' .' asril rotted pen manure.
Befoir ihe seedlings art- planted
out - that the l>ed Is In a damp
. i mill \ condition suitable to re-
ceive th, s.t'.lling^. plant diem
eighteen inches to two feet apart
they are firm In the
ground, and, do this planting out
job In Ihe late afternoon.
Careiin: for the Cabbage*
TWO waaki after the seedlings
have been planted out give them
an appucanon Of V.OJsC (garden
vegetal le manuie) and sol week-
nfter this llrst appllcalion of ma-
nure, give another one.
V.O.M is an excellent manure
for th. vegetable gaiden. but it
must he applied carefully. Sprin-
kle H on the ix-d brmrea ihe
plants taking hi. not to let It
come hi eontael with t<>e leaves.
a* It Is .nit to blister them. Break
the lurface of the soil over the
V.G.M. "h a hand fork and
then *- it In,
To i ..iiin.ii.- (he Supply
Thne to five months after sow-
ing the seeds the cabbages should
be headed, and ready for picking.
Mil* long l>efore this. In order
in Reap up a steady supply of
Cabbages more seeds should have
been sown, so ttiat there will be
isblages In at least three stages
In the garden at Ihe same time
To keep up this rotation seeds
should be sown every few weeks.
Disease1* of Cabbages
i :. ,i., .u el tit ' att.u k
cd by small green caterpillars
win Ii. ftilling OR the cabbage
lain reduce them to skeletons.
id. ire often the cause of the
cabnages forming poor heads, or
no heads at all. Al the first sign
of these pests, the cabbages should
be dusted with a mixture of:
Pans C.reen 11 part)
Slacked Lime (7 parts)
Put the mixture in a bag and
dual the planta when they are
damp. Hind picking of the cater-
pillars is also elTet tiv.
It must be remem -ere.1 USSJ
"Paris Green" Is poisonous and
onQ the outer leaves of the cab-
bage should be dusted, as these
a* later discarded.
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cheat, throat, and back at b-d-
tima. The
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front Vlcka Vapi B
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These vapours di
aoae, sootne sore throat, and
oalrn coughing. Anl, i baa
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PACE FOUR
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, MAY 25. 1952
cer
me no
w.i. board jTOREvhe Fantasy Wins In Bs
B.G.mn Shooting Cup: B'dos Seconff At Twelfth Regatta
RACING NOTES
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Body, Memory, Brain, Mus*
do , and Enduranco Bottor
Than Gland Operation!.
/.;. a & top/'/\
T*** dmtotairWon l;,lilld of Conlr..|
,b^'.p,?c*d ln 'hnYrent hands since their Annual General
Mecbng in Urit ,.,,,,, when Sir Errol Do. SanioaTnd
Mr C A Mfrr, replaced Mi R K Kunes and Mr. D P. Ucy n
and fsecrclarv respective!* '
. J*ff i*!^'.'01"*! l"1* ,i"in,,"*d' reoched a u where there
must be changes to relate It to the general conditions obtaining in
international crlcgi-: *
IM-VITABLE
T WAS inevitable that distinct chances would have to be made
M. almost at once and it was safe to assume that even without a
change in the personnel administering the affairs of the West Indies
Cricket Board of Control that amendments would have to be made in
m conditions
With the election of new i.triceri to boot there could never have
been better scope afforded for the introduction of these changes
Peculiarly enough, however. I am considerably worried over the
first change that the new administration are reported to be planning
FANTASY was first in the "B" Class when the Twelfth
Recatta of the Royal Barbados Yacht Club was Blltod in
Carlisle Bay yesterday evening The boats sailed north
about. Ranger was second and Mischief third,
fourtr
Sports Wuutou
STARFISH will mt" Queen'*
Collage and Ooldflab the Umu
bus Convent to end tin- &r*t
round of the Ladles' Watai
Polo ganai at the Aquatic
Club tomorrow evening.
In Division "B" Polic* are
to play Wtaipporays and Bool
taa Harrison College on Tuen
day.
Thursday, Whlpporays "A"
will play Swordflsh and Bom
tax "A" Snapper-.
r wilful VifBtir. AbiHiwb
fsajsrar.
Ia> ug n triinj
No ;(.-i|fr U II Tiiiuin far >*u (o iiifT-r
Irum Lot* ef Vl|... Sn4 MtnhM7
W-m-.iv * Mr. ftfMBim. IMI
WfuO. Sl<*l akin. DtotMMn and Koi
*p in.ifad i icinlT iak thi* uraplr
l Irratnrri a Itw fli>a and vo* 111
rnd thai jmir K-M< (Ur .! r- -ill AM lhal .eur
ne anl.lt. aM n" rw< u innoi'U
Iraaiorre Yea will And >ju,ru> it..-,.

r la mi* diaf...( .nun
M Ni and nuralif **
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*ai<-ita tablfi ....
I* ha.a * th
than an ihn authod
Aforks In 24 Hours
Trill paw ixa4.it) dmevaii, known
Meat, ha. e*en waitd r (r.o.pi
m:a and in MhMod rtn, n >.
n almoal mirtcilcm It ni -i"*i
(in.I. taiai mat lid 4rArd all eMi..
imar.t It Ml r.ir. \\\e% saaaaj * M m. II h."
i* Miond all pee lot In
4 lhal lha wtfa a
. and Bnlihad with lh* lea
Ilia And th-t baaalr ! tr.li
.ikan. diMov.rt it tl
11 Hint. r*"U>
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n and wnan In a>i4dl< or of*M atn -
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rUi riai ..- Hh.unt.nti..! .- - rrl. ^4
it:, aalatl
I mi. larmuia. -nih ti.t ila ipl-ndid
rirwia HBn in* .itM aiaMv -.i.., ,^4
litti'muretra apprlila. unat ar'alai
RreMta la .. n*r'et.L 1 :, ...u
paeata" at
Guarantowd To Work
V,.Tafc. at.
..(c.iil.i and la ilti-if r-. ,.,.i| MI.I.
If ar.d .f..|T i0 mUlKnt in Atn.n.. ..
aoa al lit ofnarDiLI* .uo.i, Vi IM.
ai. .... dittnautad h, CI--UU hi!,^1T
dar a e-aatantra al <. <
Fa. Ihla aaaaan > ano.id nd .i(-(,..i,i
drulk and l.filaiin't'i'o ih-tWlitat'iVtani
".ry >" Viteea r,ci anl> h...
wa li-.r ii.i.hi wiKin t hrlsinc
NEW PAY SYSTEM
IN A RECENT issue of the Trinidad Guardian it was reported that
* the West Indies Cricket Ilonrd "1 Control, whose Headquarters *-,.. *'-,:..-
are now in Tnnldi.il arc ulannina to abolish the system of paying ! r'r*p
i- i art in West Indies cricket and substitute ihe 1 ---------
:.;nd .1/ a bonus for hirh all players on the team would be eligible.
On the face nf it. thin in a wonderful departure from the estab-
lished custom and one which I would support wholeheartedly m
, WHFN THE TIME IS RIPE FOR SUCH.
1 have always argued, long baton the Went Indies Cricket Board
as the professionals on the 1950 team to England, that Ihe time had
long since past when Hie composition uf representative West Indus'
teams, in the true essence of UK. term woUM comprise a majority of
players who could affnrd a sfg months' tour of England or any other
international cricket centre without any appreciable assistance from
Ihe W- ;. i itrol.
Vic Wilson
Hits 230 For
Yorkshire
and the two England batsmen.
Robertson and Compton both
made centuries in the Middlesex
> bones about the chances of tola, ot 407 for 5 decIarcd ,Killllsl
- >hot the chances_of the Leicestershire.
ripailmanl Thla
mllliana iiuS.i'rt but
your on patt ulai rai
lhaUel Baalur *ourlt
rwrm
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l ailh Ihla *!* | akt nti.l Brliw >i. a nr. Ilir4 .*>.
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INSURMOUNTARI.E however iii my opinion is,Ihe obstacle of im-
imth.i'.e ptqutri mania and expedlen>> In view of Ihe forthcoming
visit of an All Indian laam to the West Indies early next year.
Skipper John Ooddajd, who Will in all probability captain tho
I West Indies in these series, had made
Wl Indies against India. Be > ....
State iSS! P^SSsi^SS10 WE CAN OBTAIN plaAyer1hSunce'r0rSwrw,thMGdl.!
This means that Wt MUSI I | Frankie Worix-U. e.ri hU"ThiffS acice In fir.
?,.M crlckA rnfkLTg SrJu of the"
tth.,1 is the position as far a, these players are concerned? First Glamorgan total of Sfll against
and foremost Worrell and Waekwa nan b--en made some very nttrac- Somerset
tive offers for t i| coaches during the winter, the same One place where batsmen did
time at which the Indians propore to visit us. not get on top was ;.t Rushemten
where 20 wickets fell for 319
TEMPTING OFFFKS AHer the Surrey acor. had reach-
V\7< RRBLL hai been offi red < ogagement in India with ed 15B for 2. the England kij.|i v* piesages nnd ex|ienPN |uiid f..r Ins wife :md hinwlf and We<-kes Freddie Brown and Australian
j has been offered something on similar lines in CevI >n. lefthander Tribe brought about ;i
If we take into eoraMdwratlon tha ilniincinl resources of the West collapse, the last eight wickets
InHir, ii is obvious that we nmnot offer these professionals any falling for 24. Brown who linish-
BttracUve M .it leaat Ntlatacton counltr Offan for their ervicea here edwlth 6 for 42. at one siage took
during Ihe Indian tour if m further complicate the situation by 'or 2 ln ,ne course of twi
0irei1n| ahtm something which every member of the team will g*''- Trtbc
i
I'mc theory is a sound one but certainly not one which can be
implemented without a gradual progress Ion towards this goal as
desirable as it might be.
Let us take the ease of the l4R Australian team to England.
In addition to then expenses and allowances for kit and weekly com-
; mitmcnls. they were all granted a bonus of 800 at the end of the
I tour.
This is a standard at which the West Indie:
I salute the time when u is made pri U
AFTER last week's lilt at the classification system, I decided
hat Ibis week was not by any means too BI Ij a tune to have
4i the framing of programmes. Actually, it tics in quite well with
had to say on classification, since, is we shall see. U
re dependent on each other, if we are to achieve well balanced
acing. in which good hursts have a chance or earning their
Flirt came reward.
As I see it. rating in 'he West Indies should be so designed, that
----- (n ,h- r riass went Ihe mOBl P"ntable **!* "' burses for an owner lo have, would be.
to "g2 G.nnet was aecoVd "",'" a *(" A- cla" hon*- r ,KK' l> tK"5 * T" ,hew **""*<*
-h,U t,mn ??rne trdrd ** iaa,,Q' f C,Ai,W- th" rcnll> '" '"-
Gn'il wJ"PriAt t e Intermed- t*"? compete.,n H iaavaaj but these are excep.ions. at
late Clasa Reen was second and * " lon* M ^^ P1"*-*"1 r' t importation continues.
Coronetta thud. NOW) prior to the War. I think i" would be fair to say that racing
Sinbad scored another victory WwJ U,K ,nied on the above lines. The breeder, or owner, of a good
in the D Class. Seablrd was sec- p pi,., creoleBaclu-lm 1 Vtofft, or Dick Turpln. spring to mind__
oi.d and Hurricane third could be certain ot reaping hi* reward in D. class' while the owner
Honours in the Tonindo Class of .,...,. ihe Brown Ayah, would imd ample
went to Vamoose Ednl was see- opiJOrtunltiea of winning lucrative prize, in A. How doe- this situa-
tion compare with what we rind to-day? 1 think we shall find, on
Hiiit'.itiou. that undesirable changes have taken place.
Let us take the case of D. class racing first. During the War as
i ted classes standard fell, and the intensity of creole brved-
g increased, good Creoles were produced, which were capable of
inning races in A., B. and C. As a result, it beeime usual for tha
itstanding Creoles of any one year, to be promoted rapidly Into
tear classes, where owing, be It emphasised, to the subnormal
standard of the imported horses, they did quite well. In the years
immediately following the War, they continued to hold their own,
hut. as more and better, horses were brought out. they fell back
vtcadily. until to-day, it Is clear. Hint only the very best can hope to
succeed In this company. Unfortunately, clnsstilers seem to have
ban llOW in appreciating these changed conditions, and are still
o rush the best Creoles ,,{ ihe year through the creole
classes, and into the importeds. Hence, instead of lhes_ood Creoles
;u cumulating in D.. us used to be the ease, the D. class then constituting
sort of creole A. class, we have D. denuded of horses. Now those
frame races lake a band and seeing only a few potential entries
i. proceed to cut down on the number of races for this class. What
IS the result? .We find good Creoles like Mary Ann and Watercress.
PARIS Mav 24 starved nf opportunity, with 3 races allotted to them per meeting.
In the second round of the while F class 4-year-olds and over. re specially ""f^*'0^
Men's Doubles. Ken MacGicKor L.tler. with rare exceptions, are downright bad horses (how bad they
and Frank Sedgman of Australia were last meeting, was clearly shown by the performance or the u
top seeded pair. Irounced Ismail class, Betsam, when he ran second, in this company with his full shiro
A weight), and it Is douhtful whether their presence should be an-
80. 83. 61. In the third couraged on the tracks at all. Certainly, in my view
nd of the Men's Singles, Budge pense of good Creoles, like those in D. who
" ntertain any hopes of a profitable meeting,
even as was the ease with Watercress into B.
Tm alutsoa is staple, More races for the D. classiand less
I ustUng Of ihe good, hut not exceptional, ereoles into . There are
sums that both these desirable changes are being considered, but. in
my opinion, they are overdue.
To obtain some idea as to what is happening in A.. 1 went 'hrou^gh
old Race Books, starting from 1947 up to November 19M. P*,lod
- During that time, I total >f 80 r ice, were framedIJW "*
A class, bv the B.T.C.four races per meeting. Of these races. nnl>
., x ,; ... p going tn horaai<******* g-.
and 2 to horses classified in C. Now It It MjHQr. gjg
out that th- unfortunate A's can compete, in nolOther c^a m but their
own. and it seems surely unjust that Just under half of their tares
are won by outsiders.
To mk mailers worM, lb. A. c1a? r.cc. I" Barbados ually
con.il o. one 5',. one 71, ^ ^SP'gLfLS S? mjllnl.'
ar^A^MagsAM r-as? 3
SKtiW-mw|^H2i*
T. h.ndlc.p. M all II Ukfe .">!..hj!
esult. a really good racehorse.
>nd and Comet third.
The results were as follows:
B ClaarI. Fantasy 2. Ranger
3. Mischief.
V Class:1. Rogue; 2. Gannet;
3. Scamp.
Intermrdlate:I. Gnat; 2. Keen;
3. Ccronetta. '
D. <-U:I. Sinbad; 2. Seablrd;
3. Hurricane.
Tornado I. V;m..vf 2 Kdn
3. Comet.
Australians
Beat Eg^tiaiis ;;;V
LONDON. May 24.
in most parts of the country,
lialsmen were very much on top.
Yorkshire's Vie Wilson, a left-
hander made the season's topseore
iS.'ffir*^? fi5?Ca*!? Acf,,' and Alec S,.k of Ewpt".
Patty of Los Angelc.
seeded player, took five
feat Jacqiu* Paten of Belgium
62. 26. 62. 28, 63.
Darkncs.i halted the match be-
tween Erie Sturgess of South
Africa and Fiance's Paul Remy
With Sturgess holding thr edge
Sets went 84. 119, 46. 99.
r.r.
Kail, v Cracks
200 Met.rs Rt onl
._ not at the <
are forced, if they
, to adventure into C. or
LONDON. Muv 24.
MaeDonald BUlav, iirmsh sprint
_ hampmn ran the fastest 200
ho had 40 hit off his flrst metres accomplished by any
six overs without taking a wicket British athlete in this country
fiiiUAed with 4 for 82. when he returned the time of 20H
Northants in their turn were al- eecs. al London White Citv II
ways struggling against Surrey's WM ai^ tne speediest in Britain ,
pace bowlers and after Surndge bv any athlete on the curved track A*
A?d lLCn three.uqulckw S^ft and * nfth of a second bette,
an V)"gh 'he'ail than Mel lotion's winning el!.-!-.
in the 1948 Olympic Games at
Wtmblajr.
In Wesl Indies erieket achievement
4tmnttteatert m
th ATLAS*A
BUT certainly
that we hav
there is not time for .-m*-!
be accused of having lulled
NO MONEY MADE
ilh a (our to tha West Indies, and experience h.ii
never made money on M.C.C. tours to these pa
to finish with five for 49 out of thi
might well aim and ,0,l * Un-
important milestone The ^'f board: Essex v Ballay was com
India 195. Essex 144 for 3. J?j CawSElT Gmes U
Glamorgan v. S.OMersat crown hU great afternr-.n which
made full amends for his recent
failure In I .on Amtelr*. Bailey
Gloucester had won the 10J metres In 14
ecs.. onlv a 1 see i
Nott- WOT|d record of which he is joint
_ year, not only without
nf racing luck, and
without having a f
thing about which
* inning
brilliant B2.
slight"chance to get his own back
" "itly beyond his best distance.
.nighl conceivably go through
race mioilunate, but not of' basic importance), but
tone, of winning a race, which surely some-
classincrs. and those who draw
up the pro-
lht. iirammcs. should
onecrn themselves.
cm especially as one would not like to
sense of dangei
Glamorgan 361; (Munccr 133)
Somerset 2 for 3.
Gloucester v. Kent.
254; Kent 36 for 2.
Lancashire v. Nottingha
The solution seems to
class horses from running
ie lo lie. not
, A which
. ingbam 165, (Tattcrsall 5 for 45)
, to the West Indies would Lancashire 113 for 2.
holder. This was Ii
metres in Britain.V.P.
plaeency by imagining that an Indiui tea.....
be a greater drawing card than the M.C.C. or. granted that this Is so. Leicester v. Middlesex. Middle-
would be more popular to Such an extent that would justify Weal wx *07 'or 5 u*^- (Robertson 182. Warwickshire v. Worcesle
Indies cricket authorities in making a most fir reaching and important Compton 109); Leicester 14 for 0. Worcestershire 274; (Fmyi
departure in its administration. ._r*.r.tna.n,s .v _?urrcy- Surr*v Hollies 6
CaMatl IN
bli
1091
io much in barring the B.
ould make for poor fields.
leasing the A. class
ire exlirrrn-Iy
races In which
am pete, while mate /* r"Kl.Pn!y,^eo
the B. ciasa eouio *"Trv ,. wnn, i, seeniii to me that the B.
-"......'' """HSVX,no. eBcSed"^merely .ob..uUnfJ. lo,
^"rSIS eZ'ln comwle. WhlU lh. unlorlon.te Km h.
ALTHOUGH we hop
IJiMrd of Conlrol
lh.il this drum of Ihe Wcsl Indies Ctickel 182; Norlhanln 137.
uitenalli.es In Ihe not too distant future, yet
Suiiex v. Hampshire Sussex
28 for I
Yorkshire
.... could never condone liny preclplUle act ol the Wal Indies Cricket >J0- <,*""'"" 5 ">' > Hamp- shire 385 for 9 (Wilson 2301
Board of Control th.v would detinllely pliy havoc with our chance. sh,TC 6J ror 3- a'"a
against India ^^^^^_^^^^
for .; WaVwukshTre innova.,,. 1. would ^^"^^^^^"(oT^:' AlTcr a...
. """, ,"' M iVrace? a -car ope" ,;, the besl horses in Ihe area, docs
, v I>erb,,hire_ York- a <*<>> !'' '", r^Tmounl.
disproportionate amount.
WOULD \LL KOi'NDKK
G.I.U. FETE
UNIVERSAL-Df -. > b-oi-
M. Rot snd Furrjl.
No odour No Trclk.
protecuon igamit White
polnh over trciied wc>J
ECONOMICAL H
diluted 'or uie goe
Shly eonecntrjied tavet carriage. Wrien
urthct and (Oitt lest.
*
PERMANENT -Cjnnnt.
the fibrat. toughens the
For permanent proteino"
uh-oui or evaporate. Combinoi with
imber and mak it fire-rettitant.
Allot freier^
i(l>. Ke
r.e Co
Jnn'ji vn -
. From Pace 1.
daring the fete open."
Mrs. "Laddie" Challenor.
President, then endorsed
can*
sand-
Vice-
OUITE ;i few MMtaTI of tins colUHU have informed me that they
ecntldar Keith Millar t Auatnua the ban all rounder in the
world today and have asked for some figures by which they can sub-
st intiate their argumcnl.
First .of ill I agraa with them and here .ire some lacts which they
can nive the sceptics to digest.
Keith Miller is generally concede*! In International cricket circles Turner'* remarks and added "A
t the besl all rounder in the world today. This is abundantly borne good member of the Union is an
out by his Test fiuures to date. He lias made '..741 runs in Test cricket advantage for the Union." Mrs.
and lias taken 94 wickets. Bentley then gave a review of the
Only one player has surpassed the 2.000 runs and 100 wickets past year's work done by the girls -"", ">.. ClU-S,,J? .
ggregate In Test cricket and thai WUir, d m.odes with 2.325 runs of the Union and suid that she was >;?r?vf"-cTZ.,'' *t.? L
and 127 wickets. very pleased that Mm. Turner had ^ub V ^nK? "P" a bIx Pnce
South Africa are due to tour Australia next winter and with the consented to open the Union fete
five Test* lhal will !* played, together with the l\vo Test matches on the second occasi
which Ihe Australians will play against England in England next pressed deep regret at the absence
cummer, tins total should I*- well within Miller's reach. of the Patron and Patroness. His
It Is interesting to note thai on the recent West Indies tour io Excellency the Governor and Lady
Australia, Iwo Austi .' .- ImiwUts, W. A. Johnston (total 111) and Savage.
R. R. Lindwall (total 101) reached their 100th Test wicket.
The Stalls
SHOOTING
iced drinks, sweets.
wuhes. and syrups.
Costume Paratie
Highlighting the afternoon's
activities was the Costume Parade.
The winner of the best group was
Club 11 who represented the
"Cocoa nut Tree". Second priie
went to Club 16"The Gypsy
The prize for the cheapest coatatriC
was won by Club 6 for the "Crocus
=kL" Bh dress"and for the original
costumeNo. 6 "A sailor and his
bride". The prize for the second
original was won by Club 20
"Candv Girls".
Later In the afternoon the
Mobile Cinema Entertainment (by
Indians Fare
Badly Against
Essex
Tnhh' Trnnii*:
INTERCLUB K.O.
COMPETITION
The opening games of the Men's
Inter-Club Knock-Out Competi-
tion were played at the Y.M.C.A.
Naval HalLon Friday night. Barna
defeated Fox and Pelican defeated
Y M.P.C. three-one.
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There was the Judging of the the kind permission of the Direc-
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T T WAS LEARNT today ">** British Guiana, led by Colonel W. A. 15 wnosp 5la|. reprMcntPCt a the Crick* Field There was also
Orrctt had won the Duke of Gloucester Challenge Cup Rifle garden. Other stalls were "very a Dress Show and Variety Enter-
Shooting eompaUtlori with I.IM poinLs. Barbados ran into second attractively decorated and con- tainment by Club 6 which was
place with 1.114 points while Jamaica occupied the third place with talned various descriptions of work well attended
1,106 points. done by the girls themselves. there
To Trinidad, however, went the Empire Day Challenge Cup and There were handicrafts, house- wheel, and other games
the team was captained by Doctor E. Richardson. Barbados finished hold requirements, baskets, lucky There was dancing on Ihe green,
well below Trinidad, In the fifth p&ea with 9*2 points, but on this dips, novelties, cake icing decora- the music being supplied bv the -
occasion, British Guiana ... Mow them ith !38 points while Jamaica Uons. preserves, wines* bottled Police Band under the ...r-rvmion "'"*". behln'1 lhe wicket _ofl Aobey Marines and Everton pl.i>s
ILLFORD. May 24.
The touring Indian crWteten
allar their lirst victory of the
tour against Oxford University
fare match which began here today. jhe results of the Barna-Fox
re all out in their first in,,tch were as follows:
Innings for 195 and they would Goodridge (Barna) lost to Mcd-
have fareel even worse had it not fnrd: 21-17, 11-21. 21-12, 10-21,
been for an invaluable 8th wicket 10-21. Stoute beat Simmons 21-H.
partnership of 78 by Adhikarl and 21-14, 17-21, 21-17. Stout and
Gnpinath Greenidge beat Hendy and Sim-
Adhlkari hit splendid 61 be- moill 22-20. 21-13. 21-23, 22-20.
tore being run out and Gopinath xhe results of the Pelican-
was not out 34. The match was y.M P.C. match were as follow
a triumph for Ray Smith who. Phillips (Pelican) beat Gooding
despite a groin trouble took 21-12. 25-23. 21-23. 23-25, 22-20
ui.kets for 37 with accurate seam siocombe lost lo Humphrey 19-21.
bowling. 21-16, 21-19. 19-21. 16-21. Phil
Essex began well by putting on up, ana Worrell be-at Humphrey
64 for the first wicket and finished and Gooding 21-11. 24-22. 21-18.
Archer 2L-1I,
w *e m^y-giroSndn day 7" Cor 3 mua""being"only WSBnA
a fine innings of 81 before being On P.iday night Y-M.C.A. meets
finished still lower with 931 points.
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ttM
I
IOCKO. the baby monkey. Ui
" "ul on a limb lo greet
tuBiy like* very
Harrison College sufltml thru H.COj
lirst Baxko'.biill defeat this season It
at the hands of the swift playing. Tl '
Sractlse-d V M F C player* u* HTon
"day nijthl ll YM.PC. In
29 In 'he other Th.
match. Harrison Collf-gv Old 11
High School '.'.'
* bcUei
The h.c o nun Mull i '"
Hitfh Sohoo! | -ch m
I .1

he game look It .
ra pUtyiruj a/Hll i
bu? skill or that lhc>
| fit. but m*%l of them are >>u ji through
ihey W* M i >.< i
t Modern High -School hov* *.<-
to (x> intimidated nd Mrc la-t. Hid
.- -. -. I''*
All the Modem Bovs tad
were friKtrated thmutfi th< .,,. Y.M.P.C a l
ainaerlv way of
the firs? quarter Or '3T
hand H.C, Old Boyi were pressing
the |amc <.ih....n Pinned DOWl
\-. li Um ll.w
* ,n *"' '"* '" ck
i mece** out
Serond Quarter n. Yt OH
to outrun
. i H.C O' t po
rt were
Modern Boys did not t ,; l[Uj IO tncB. ,1;..
>* 'I aj some rhaiirc '
score we 18J. ]U n-|f ,ITtll. ,|. n
Then tew way the gkti i 23^9
otai chug-ad ho with DO* lead ymp*
Modem Boys began plnying i p ^ their arjercvovo way i I
H.C Old Boyi warc put on Uv ind ,..,. .,. ,,.,;,..
defensive as Ihtir op p.. .i-ir .llui t\>ll can comhininj heitpr and ptorcva .(. ln 1n,. tninl : ,
through with more ajnu*i
the end of the third rju..t b
Modern had mmpod to ril poll riie last quarter, to U
m,i H.C.O.B, had onls addad I itkar Iflfin vmit
more to tukl Uaflf Rora . N freezed thi
Th.- ba quw n n 10
MAY 25 NO. 225
The Topic
of
Last Week
r
STOP FA
JC-H wiihPhen
O Slop Getting Uo
Nights "tSST

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in a mortar and
UllM a little ..t a tune "',------------" ...... Z ""
the custa. ..,,,* u ;,,,d >ou-n n,ake \
", mixed ''"i??*^"*?".!!*
)It Um s/hou mixture. Arirt then
Use etooouta that you
Uqulfled with 1.11 f 'milk .
the Ore snd lin.-llv add the tl
rpoooMI ., ,,,.<,,, r, 1 pITm-SST
'* lu" If you happen to be the earne
shirt
blouse with llic existing
amainlng. mere!
rutting sleeve-lops ai-d neck. Hut
in most cases it is belter to re-
in the whole garment.
I .inn fronts of tha
KLIM odd* aeiirlihmMt ta cooked dlihas
KLIM M recemmendcrf tor in.'ont f*dl9
KLIM it ioft In tke taaciolly pocksd tls
KLIM >\ pioducvd under itriet*i( csnlral aaaaaasaHafl
K1L2M MILK
FIRST IN PPCfftlf^t 1HI WOULD OVIR
32: -----''-..... .iiT^SSbSd'
v, may bo able to remodel thi
Naughty Fr>
For 25 fryi l yolk. I glass
'if milk, OTaBM
oz.. Horn I Ul
,.:,
: mun
-1 lard lo blcuse you can cut from the cor-
fry; lOng I ^spondlng shirt sections The
Mix the egg uith Hie puSJaT. alai"** *OU may be able ba | ||
tin- rum, ,|II!il ',1'' aKtfUng alaavw. if not.
the milk, Qm baMrbaiuHa of aoaa, cut their from the towar part of
"ii and ornnxc rind, the the shut, foliar and jokes con be
ige jui.-e. and tha pil ,l"" U* icm-inlng spare
mini Ihon.iiKlilv v ,'
\ I irtaduour. Smaller blouses for actioolalrla
Th paste must be smooth and like "' ,l,",> boyt can alao ba in.ido
about two mort lMaal|llII" frorri unwanted
Iq a warm spot in "r pi'i-tly-worn shirts. Collars,
ton I'ut some oil or lard cun* *"d "onU ,or wP-"ng wiih
in the Irving pan and as soon ai ytur own .uiW or lor !i
>(ne up plain frocks can t*e fa*hloned
R an the
ml firm lake ihcm
a pan. Put them in .1 dlah
ft
na icmg
ifar
Tried I.....;l.....1-
:
poonrui
left-over pie<
Aprons And Overalls
I i.ich are badly a
lop ""' neck, front 01
still provide plenty ol g<*-<
for making useful aprons or uv.r-
i':.,. tkaJ BtyaBi aui ba 1 il
in in tha b..ck of a ahlrl 8
make a paper patter;. Hi

LETT: Lavender orgsadts
iiloose. showing machln* em-
inoldery on collar snd cufls.
CENTRE: Full longUi eve
nlna cloak, brilliantly coloured,
with enormous sleeves, and
bsndn of embroidery.
RIOHT: Oreon cotton blouse,
with high collar, vertical pleat-
ing, and balloon sleoves.
B ublespoonsfuUi 8lae of lnc blb cul ^e lwo sections
nil in fi >
Icing sugar.
Rreiik the egg In a mixing bowl,
pOOttful Of oil
the sugar. Add as much flour as
bWMth and
s>>ft paste. You'll n#Bd
1 .i. Whan
tin- pasta la ready, put it on the
re joined UtejOthOf
make the collar. If you match the
m can't go wroi
oupl<- of pockets
1
'L.lHlii
afOTaH
BflUkc afTan- for tackling the
111K housework can be made
TIPS
m
s/it*

may use, you OBB be -u-
>y i>f a delicious tup of lea il
J yuu put in Kjr.1
Fragrant, refreshingand ,
litUe goes a lung way!

loard that .lrlp( of fo^ or Iour
old -h.rt-s. adding a few strips of
anget until it dressmaking left-overs if you like,
will be as thick M > fining frays very little, and
and round .. your linger. Make ax ihe material is not
1 nail OOUgnnUta, Fry then, ir | ., concentrate on quick.
Irrd or oil and sift some icing pi
'ugar on top. <'wing.
'Heat Up The Cliablie, Harry!'
ACATFHI\<; S( h.
ting the
rt-mo before hie Mrvea N should
1 in Fjiglainl
rail when it was far
tore 1 ornmon than 11 is today
for wine to >>* corked, and when
wine- waiters knew alxut wine
m Toregi ine-waltei
rtetthet knows nor enres what is
n:d unless he is in the
the nan who sticks the
labels on the bottles he thinks it
Is safe to assume that he Is
serving what was ordered ."JOB
we're out of Pommard labels."
1 K Back on .< Deauni
It's St. Julien I'm send
I'll have in '
ind if I say it's Pommard it's
Pommard."
LONDON.
When the I
ol lo-nwrTow mane a col-
lection of clothes. Ok)
into the trap of Mediating their

I Wot 1
: their own.
iii)
S to
St. ItartuVa An 1
don. Jn '
paring for their annual die..
show, timed to lake place i-i
.liim- |\m the I
will have an au
mkidiiiii well-know, t
dress designers.
And tneir ideas? "Do
foe Pans 10 give the leao in
Lets tart
something our ei\- Bo the)
have steered clear of the Ed-
wardian look, the petit-garcua
ind Ihe too-m 1
look, currently in ogU*
college look" takes Its In-
rron el
If Vict.-l I 111
So lleevea are enormous, ba!-
looning out between shoulder
By IMIKOTIIV BARKI.I.Y
gnd elbow, waists are wa i
like, tightly gartered with SO.
elastlclsed belt, and klrts are
full, with can-can frills OnM-
cending a provocative couple ol
inches below the dress hem-
line.
And they have llxed ideas oi
rnlimr. "You must Ite adven-
turous with colour," they say.
"English clothes are oh. so dull."
ran* bright 'plashes of It
purple, orange, and green.
The prtie exhibit in this "all-
my-own work" collection is a
evening cloak, (see H-
n), Its high collar, bin
sleeves, and flowing skirt give it
a festive air. But its colour Is th?
student's real Joyit Is a brll-
B "ling orange, with a
vivid mauve lining. It Is de-
signed lo cause something cf a
stir amongst the bl.uk and
1 mid-browns prcferrcl
by the majority of womenif
there is someone modern enough
to wear it.
In the show, ihe "college
trend' will be illustrated in
dresses, casual beach-
wear, cocktail dresses and
nttng with all kinds of
i including thxi
ings-a-yard cotton and furnishing
fabrics. These malaria
as successful as th,*>,
higher pi
is good. The blouse llli
on the right, is In three-sl
a-yard cotlcn one 01 tho
cheapest available. Bm the
blouse looks expensive because
(il is wri:
Ifaebll h one of
the new detalla thla year, tl
done on nn ordlnar]
sewing il th en < ".-
attachment, end
. .
grand-scale evening di'
every material from
silk. HlUlnery "ullophane'
>tr.iw emteh i 11 be bimghi by
.the yard, already "crinkled", i*
stitched OH in intricate scroll
The blouse, illustrated
here, is in lavender orgS
1 iiilii.nd.i v round the
b nislorms it into some-
thing 'speclar for party and
evening wear,
This dress 1 he
that lo-morrow'i deslgnei
am where they are gouig
[ung they get there.
Paris Accaaa arias
Paris fashion* houses are show-
ing eye-catching accessories in
ihcir nw coll"Ctions. Fou*r-inch
l>el!.-. with big
tton
baav) aai -nogs m
ihe form of bunches of bright
red cherries made of coloured
r.ike chignon.
worn at the
Heh matches
tho belt of a dress, or the dress
And popular
arhltg gabardine, white
ottoman, white flannel, white
1 ike*, cloth, and
un eeothJ White jer-
anod for evening sweaters.
ihse is one being
. by Oivenchyit is hip-
unwaisted. and embroi-
-ound the light high neck-
line with a wide band of coral
lined edge-to-edge with
ilk.
By the way, .the designers havo
line on white. It is, they
say. not at all an unpractical
colour. i no more dirt collecting
than any other pastel shade.
tig?
Canadian
Girls For
England
TORONTO. May 14
. Canadian girls who are to
be in England for the Coronation
r may bring a purse v
-n every school-girl
Canadian food miu-
R Ton who re-
cently took over control of Lon-
don's fashionable department
frtore Fortnuin i.nd Mason, ex-
pressed this hope In Toronto last
The rather of ix girls and three
boys, he said his daughters had
influenced him into choosing only
In future for the exchange
tours he sponsors between 50
young people of Britain and
The former Tory M.P. lor Mac-
eteafleld said it had been found
thai Canadian girls took greater
OOyl in life In
Britain, even down to details in
;iC, and that British |4s
ore interested
1 f living down to shop-
ping for POO I
.....nt (.aii.uli.iu girls to be
;it the Coronation.
1 rl they lake with *hem
: nn .ill the sthool-girls
hi tne form perhaps of
doll ra ^^'llrl the (Jueen can uso
iba Hunks Ml.
ihe girls could extend
lion for Ihe Queen to
n ike c ; ii her iocond .iome,
th.it she might so arrange her
1
ear and bring the two
> and] closet to-
gether.
mj iHT^-onai
that the girls will b*
abhl l<" offer an invita'.ioi sho
1 estsl.'*
10tM\ > THOVCBT
His work Is done, and we
have only to avail ourselves of
Ood's rule In order to receive
II.. blcsnlSg, which imablea us
to work out onr own salvaUon.
Mary Baker Eddy.
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matching Powder. Follow
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fashion right. Key lips to
clothes with Gala Lipstick or
Lip Line. Match nails to lips
with Gala's jewel-bright Nail
Colours, and see that you
have a perfect skin by using
Gala Face Creams.
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lAIIU \II\IIC Ml
PAGE M.VF.N
SEWING CIRCLE
VEILS FEATURF IN U.S. HAfS
(Bv PKNNY NOLAN)
SHORTS FOUNDATION
To make a foundation pattern
he slacks founda-
tion draft described last Band*)
measure three Inches down from
crotch Una mi niMde leg seam and
two Inches down from crotch line
on stole seam. Jotn these two
point* with a straight line and cut
off Of course these measurements
may vary somewhat with Individ-
ual taste. You may use any meas-
urement desired at the aide seam
and make the crotch want ml one
inch longer Be sun- to cut beck
and front patterns ..like
BJ>d
Jotn these print:-
tut out lliu. line dost
cur! m the yoke section as In
Diagram II Add seam* to all
edge* ct yoke.
Pot leats In the bottom section
T>/4 C *A M JH
grMt IV. Measure three
inches from centre front and
quaff pleat line from bottom of
ihorts Measure one and one half
riches from first pleat line and
make second pleat line also squar-
ing from bottom of shorts Cut
these lines and spread each two
inches for two one Inch pleats.
Add seams and hem.
The back may bi made by the
foundation or may haw
The back yok. a usually made the
same width all across the back.
~CsA4-lfAAA I
To add more width to the bot-
tom of the shorts follow diagram I.
Measure two inches on the crotch
curve and two inches on the bot-
tom. Slash from the bottom to but
not through the crotch curve and
spread the slash one Inch at the
bottom. Add another inch to the
bottom at the side seam Make
these additions to both front and
back patterns.
If you are going to cut a cuff
on the bottom be sure to fold the
cuff in the paper pattern exactly
as you want it before cutting the
side seam and Inside leg team.
Cuffs arc very popular Just now
and do give a nv re finished ap-
pearanre to shorts.
In making both slacks and shorts
It is the usual custom to divide the
front waist dart into two small
pleats. The back dart should be
sewn as a dart
!.....'.iii. i! Ml tad IV dgflsMN -
strate the procedure for designing
Man A6vut7own
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Mr Ion the richli i < .mm<-d (
ihrec rmirinoiK *hitr .1 i-1. -
Hi.- other tut i.irl With .
Sailor t* in rjnih atrtBfd ttrsm.
tiuleblnr Ihe Mt rings
ClOLOMAL DOCTORS
.WDNURSI&
t \N Mil IN I IK 1 Kit VN'.
KITES'
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Bath Towalfl In tonsj I urtii
,t; e w
know '
i ,
I lie I
tun"* '
is your* u.
maidenmr/nl
T> I At-ft AM IL
shorts with a yoke and pleats. To
cut oiT Um voke measure six and
1 inches down on the
Sal scim and three and
one ball Inches on the side seam
DEAR Mrs. Clarke.
A married man t* bl love U'ir'i
me and hut wife u making a loi of
noim. 1 team to know if I can
continue or not Can you help HW,
pieaM?
We.I, of course, my dear, there
is only one answer to what you
nsk and, Indeed that should be
obvious. He is not your man
you know, and taking Mm I SfaJ
from his wife is something I can
never agree with. No.
you must leave thi- mm alone if
vou wish to avoid unhappines*
and trouble.
Thank you DO./*, tor your
nice letter, and I'm so glud thai
you found my auvice helpful.
Your problem certainly is a big
one. my dear. Let us try to col-
lect the facts from your lottaj
Your husband is away, and
doaetVI communicate with you;
hi f. mily dislike you and "real
you badly; you are living with
another man.
If. al you tell me. you
cannot get on with Ins family,
| suppose there is nor vary much
.i \ orybod..
miserable by trying. Wi
huaband b i i
do writ* to him. I said llio
same im i Itsfq M fOU
You must botti
mind" just how \
are going to tTJ
of it ..i .
to hre.il
member that wha' .
will afltet JFOUr whole future.
do think eaiefullv
and make .1 ras;
.
and it is a good thing to IdM

. .
: 1 1. St M
h
..ml th.it vour
tumble is Jlltl one J those
I !- that do beset
1,- ,.ii mi occasion, Ho*
chcrked lor II < Oil l"
own mind
DKAH ** Clarke.
A lot 0/ boya arc ii lorr
me and 1 rwffcj Boa/I
psbf r.. kfi p
MISS CINDERELLA'
HM| V.-.I..H' ftj
my de;n
boys all competing foi
Your letter if quite sweel attd
: ,......,...'
grandmother T..k, Um
love, mi doatr, bml that Om
right answn 11
. lor
caption to 1 ' faan !>"
periods, roufhlj traund and
I3th day befare Um
onset of the next period. It is
possible, of course, my
dear. 10 say dclWiilely ||
caption will oci'iir at tl
Um ii."- t pro)
far Anphuv paw han.....
baan marrtad .1 Kimii time "
yet, so don't worry about the
I feel sure thai tl
eosna iletki :i trug Mmrse Jus*
LONDI >n
Wednesday Hay Itth. \.
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1
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.1 Ml \V. WAV 23 I'l..'
BARBADOS& ADVOCATE
Sunday. May 23. I'L'.:!
in: I'm j %iii;ii
THK ittampt b -^rap the local Vestry
.-.vstem end I<> substitute .1 m stem of Dis-
incila ii meeting with general dis-
piVOVal and stout opposition. The vrstru's
uf the isl.tnii :iftrr ;i general COIlfl
which they sent delegates, have agreed on
: in the Secretary of
State f laturc setting out in detail their
opposition to the change. There seem* to
be some unanimity of opinion of which the
Legislature is bound to take cognisance
For many years now there was general
agreement that the vestry system was in
need of amendment in order to suit it to
modern needs U 1 *hen, and
ittl] 1*. thai there might well be a Corpor-
ation for the Cltj ol Bridgetown. Such
provision has been made in the new Bill
now before the Legislature; but the whole-
sale scrapping of the entire vestry system
is the sublect of strong objection.
Tlu-iv are two points of objection to the
new hill Some of the protagonists for
change admit that the present bill and the
original recommendations of Sir John
Maude are in no way related except that
they both aeek to end the vestry system.
Others who ore the strongest support. 1.
of the old system argue that it has worked
well for three hundred years and must
have had some merit to be able to with-
stand the teal of time. They admit that it
is due for revision in view of the demands
of modern society on local government;
but they question the wisdom of discard-
inn the entire -. item without any attempt
having been made to amend it and to find
out whether it was adaptable to the needs
of present day society.
It doe-, seem that this is point ol ob-
jection which needs an answer.
It cannot be claimed that the attempted
change in local government has caught the
public unawares as the change in the Let-
ters I mmended by Sir Mark
Young and which caused such a furore in
this island. It was known since 1946 that
there was bound to be some change in the
vestry system In his Speech to the Leg-
islature in 1946. Mr. J. D. Rankine the Act-
big Governor pointed significantly 10 the
fact that the system needed revision to
adapt it to modern needs if it was to aUf-
vive. Nothing was done until the appoint-
ment of Sir John Maude by the Govern-
ment to investigate and report on the sys-
tem. Now that the results of that
investigation have been seen there is grave
dissatisfaction.
Those more intimately concerned with
the details of the bill register objection to
the concentration of power in the hands of
the Executive Committee and the severe
reduction of the number of people who
will be able to take part in local govern-
ment under the provisions of the new bill.
They further argue that the essence of
local government lies in the number of
people directly connected with and inter-
ested in the various districts who bike
part in its administration and that the
lessening of that number is bound to re-
sult in the reduction of the efficiency of
that administration.
With all these objections the Govern-
ment must be prepared to deal but it is the
duty of those who object to the provisions
of the new bill to be ready to offer sug-
iions for the revision of the vestry sys-
tem. It is no use objecting to the scrap-
ping of a system to which objection has
been taken without being able to offer sug-
. ions which might make it workable
and capable of serving the needs of the
community. The Vestry system has its
merits but Its supporters must face real-
ities and be prepared for the ehal
which are necessary it it is to survive in
this island.
Iloafll Safely
THK Police alone cannot make the
1 though effective police action
to tbuaafi "f road
Onlj an island-wide road safety
campaign will arouse people to the danger
on the roads.
In 1939 road deaths in Great Britain had
high total of 6.648, by 1941
1 lad t< 9,168. The
iMinisliv of Transport then in co-operation
with the Royal Society for the Prevention
Of Areidents launched a road-safety cam-
paign. One of the most effective features
as a small poster depict-
ing a miserable woman dressed in black
and underneath a caption "Keep death
off the road"
By 1948 road deaths in Great Britain
had dropped to 4.513. This lowering of the
death rate on the roads of Great Britain
was only achieved by a nation-wide cam-
paign in which local authorities, education
authorities, the Press and radio and ad-
vertising played important parts. But
over a year ago in Barbados, a private
company published a series of DO'S and
DON'T S for road users in co-operation
with the Commissioner of Police. It
would be wrong to think that insufficient
public opinion exists in Barbados for such
a campaign and that safety in the road
cannot be obtained in countries with a
higher level of education.
The greatest factor of safety on Barba-
dos roads is the narrowness of the roads
themselves which prevent excessive speed-
ing of the kind which is permissible in
countries with mile after mile of straight
Open highways. But despite this narrow-
.peedini! is still the greatest enemy
of road safety In the island. Consequently
with the passim; of protective legislation
to assist police to prevent speeding, there
must he an all-island effort made in the
schools, cinemas and Press to warn
children and adults of the danger of death
on the roads.
The Highways and Transport Authori-
ties can also assist in the road safety cam-
paign by the provision of signs at danger-
ous bends
But the major responsibility rests on the
drivers of vehicles. Statistics show that the
majority of accidents are caused by fail-
ure of the human element. Barbadians
have for loo long been deluding them-
selves into behoving that they were a
nation of good drivers. They must be
hocked out of their bad complacent
habits and be compelled either to observe
the highway code or to refrain from driv-
ing motor vehicles.
Mlti 1 -rirane lloue
THE latest report of the Comptroller for
1 >. velopment and Welfare contains a photo
reproduced from the Daily Gleaner of
Jamaica showing damage to dwelling
houses in Kort Royal, Jamaica caused by
the hurricane of August 195L It is not a
pretty picture but perhaps if it were repro-
duced and circulated throughout the island
of Barbados it may avert some of the
damage which is experienced by some
householders of this island almost annually
during the hurricane season whether or not
there is any danger of hurricane.
In the chapter devoted to housing in this
report the statement is made that "there is
no doubt that much of the damage caused
by the storm was the result of poor con-
st! uction and the use of timbers (often hid-
den in the structure) which attracted
bffl mites "
Mut reference t<> the photo reproduced in
Sir George Seele's report should remind the
people of Barbados of something that is
.-.: ient throughout the island. Where
wooden houses are securely laid on the
ground or on a stone foundation the chances
of their being blown over by high winds
are not great. But where houses are placed
amateurishly on loosely packed stones there
is little safety and no likelihood of their
escaping damage from any wind velocity
greater than average. Persons who place
their houses on weak structures or poraoni
who build their houses in land liable to
flooding arc no! serving their own interests
and are imposing unnecessary burdens on
the community since their imprudence will
inevitably lead to disaster and expenditure
of relief "monies. Now is the time for the
Government to issue precautionary' notices
and to take steps where necessary to pro-
tect persons who rashly expose themselves
to damage normally caused by storm or
hurricane.
1-1 hi ohm \< 1 or -ruri/111 \m.iii
Tbmc*l entertainment in Rugl-ind can now be enjoyed in the most informal and friendly netting In
* public taoiixe, everyman's nsctlng pUct for talking end drinking. This performance of 8bake*pcar* *
Twrlfth Night" 1* given under condlUon* which must be far law than n-nal u those under which
It wm flm performed at the end of the Mxtcenth century. In the reign of Queen Elisabeth I. aa no
for this performance the acton were aa Intimately aurronnded by their 1
midlence.
*Eitter The Players'
Wmvtn ami VUam la 0* .* May afame
THE public house 1* pecu-
liarly English phei.nmenou It is
not only a place where alcoholic
11 freshments may be hi night and
consumed; it is .1 place In which
10 matt, play names, dance and.
above ull. talk in warmth* ana
comfort. Comfor*. is indeed the>
ration d'clrv uf the public house.
nnd the customers can play darts.
the piano, jute-boxes and those
wonderful machines where, if
enough balls slide between
enough pegs, the victorious score
goes ut !o thousands. ."II for a
I-unv Hut in recent years the
Englishman has found in his pub
.1 novel method of entertainment
Poetry-reading and the per-
forming of plays.
Two hours before cloning time
tht atmosphere Is already some-
what thick with smoke, and num-
erous glasses are lying on the
low tables and the bar. The
n.om is quiet for a busy sub-
urban public house with its
usual number of some twenty
patrons A bier barrel in one
comer haa been converted nil.>
;m aquarium and through its
glass panel green fish can be wen
swimming endlessly about. TMl
agitation, the deft gesture* of ts*>
barman and the occasional 'cluck'
of glass on wood are the only
consequential movements In the
saloon..
But ihc quietness that has
fallen over the customers Is not
one- of those silences that come
inexplicably in u crowded room.
The men and women leaning
Igainsl the bar and setting down
their glasses with careful noise-
lessness are listening to a young
man reciting poetry. He is one
of the Barrow Poets, a company
of about ten ex-students of Urn-
don University who give poctry-
reuding* cv 1 v Thursday evening
in pubs in the London suburbs.
Their venture Is typical of the
trend in recent years towards a
popular interest In the arts.
During the recent war in one of
the Industrial cities of the ",'.-
Riding of Yorkshire a series of
subscription concerts at bin
Ihe Halle Orchestra played, com-
manded full houses; yet only two
decades before the only public
concert hall In the city had leen
turned through lack of enthu-
siasm into a cinema. The pave-
ment-artists, who display their
drawings in the streets sketch
them on the pavement-stone n
mould Ihem in the sand at the
na lloa. now hold an annual
exhibition in London The Brit-
ish Poetry Association is attempt-
ing to create a wider Interest In
poetry through its many branches
throughout the country and In
Ihe Commonwealth; a sparse
number of slender magazines de-
voted to poetry, like James
Ream OwaWlo, UHI 'i na Ana
Council has recently agreed to
devote a sum of money "to en-
courage the appreciation of
l-oetry through the *noken wort
in England and Wales
But these undertakings cats*
only for those who arc sufneien'-
Iv "interested In some cultural
activity to devote an afternoon
or evening to visiting an exhibi-
tion or going to a public hall
One society, however, the Com-
mittee for Verse and Prose Rcci-
liy HI III lllltlt
taiinn, now familiarly xnown as
I'oetry and Plays in Pubs, has
1 ve men
and women who, Uvough lack
if ODpor unity, knew and cared
very little foi poetry and dram*
the ch..l,o- 1.. ;.
as n part of their norn
to-day routine. For fourteen
years, financed by the Brewers'
Association, they have been giv-
ing plan and poetry-readings
In public houses. Their readers
i.ave ineludad nioh famous ac-
Bybtl ThorncUko and
m. : mat Raw
T>ic Barrow Poets, the VOuna>
ing of this m-
all amateurs, and have operated
their scheme for several month*
with Increasing: RU
genual difficult v In pn
to an untrained audi-
ence is the immediate tendency
t" rldioule; Indeed thnit beau
1 usually fully .,-..
much courage li required to
scmbly v normally
Wftandi no further than rueh
popular lyrics as Neili (Van.
The felicity of MiC ;idveritm-
B due not entirely to the
bravado necessary to put auajtl
1
rfced. "lit .1 careful mCh-
od of approach. Thei
If at Ihc scheduled tune
a round
,-f dunk-, (ufu Hv UM onij
iilinks that they need to pay f":
during the "hole evcnnu: A
11 matte 1 '
if policy Uiaj have no marks
turn from the othor \ hl-
-raoat of them
had alre. m '"iig ap-
j rentireship in drinking before
the society was < rmcelved. At
what he I mellow
moment, one of 1
Mice with a short anno
mil Mm programme lo-
gins. Authors vary from Shake-
speare and thi Book of Job U
W. 11 Auden and the speakers
vea. Each of t:
recites, without book, from what-
ever position m the room he m
1 un. and occasionally tin
haif-houfs etjuonce of poem
is broken by a song M
on the flute or a rudimentary
rither.
If fee audience is at DnM BOl"
barrareed and
Barrow Poets end with a sing-
song round the piano, which goal
-(.11 n.wards removing the dis-
T.nelion in tta au.t:--nic's mind
between what they have just
heard nnd the ciiterlaintiien*
they provuii- loi '1. .- one
man drew eftd* one of U
nfter a aerfatinance and eiudou
lv asked in a tone of the utmost
suspicion if they had 1
the Church. But rnemh
often make
pofatt of coming back when UU
next poet '> *ake
place.
The same success bat
ed the other iactivity of the
Committee Verse and Prose
ReottatiOB. It- play performing
offshoot, formed m 1938. is ap-
propriately known as the Tav-
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that guarantee long run economy!
And that goes for Jobs ashore
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C. S. PITCHER & Co.
erners. This Company Li based
in Londonof necessity as "
its actors have full-time day
Jobs. They have given Shake-
p ai.\ Twelfth Night to the
hop-pickers who stream In
every autumn out of
London U, the nelds of Kent
Photograph'- of this perfor-
Whlch was given at the
annual Whllbread Hop Festival
show both the extreme delight
of the audience and the diffi-
culties of improvising stages
and rtivssing-rooms b Wan
situations. In the open air
dressing and makmg-UP sim-
ply takes place behind a bush.
the organiser Henry
: .v. has sent a company
of the Tavenwn by barge to
visit Thames-side pubs. They
have slso branched out experi-
mentally in sending three com*
panle on week-long tours to
public hrustg in YormnbJi
Atlre, Northumberland and
the Midlands. Th,- company now
has over a hundred actors and
tins three ten-week seasons
ipart from tou
iitsHie 1/indon, a total of some
thirty pub".
The plays are performed
home made platforms, using
.. r furniture comes
hand, ..nd with painted screens
M ha.keloths. The connection
between audience and actors I:
even cloftr than it was in the
inn-yard performances of the
Hith century. in the modern
company members ol the audi-
1*1 bean indeed so close
to the p ay that they have bd
lilting on the actual props In
!.-' .V.iiiv >( the am hem 1
ever seen live actors be-
(bre; and it is their novel and
incredulous pleasure that brings
the Taverne.-s their richest rc-
arpfd. They have discovered.
too. Ihnt. however unsophisti-
cated lUatl liMenci- may be,
they cannot get away with
rate play, however well
>l The Taverner"
great* iwcttgea have been
Shakespeare*! Hamlet
Othello. John Drinkwjiter":
Bird in the Hand. J U Pricsl-
U-\- They Came to a (It*,
during F< !,\.,i year, Twelfth
NUM. The general require-
men's seem to be a good story.
plenty ol action and thought-
ful (fig
'wo adventure* may be
doing more for British drama
and poetry than is at first ob-
vious. An art which flourished
only amongst (he few can never
have the iiee[.er value of an art
which is the product of the
national consciousness. The ex-
'. the Barrow Poets
and the Taverners shows that
their audiences have sounder
undards than the liter-
ary specialist might expect. As
one of the men leaning against
iss panel of the fishes*
rial li tening with
tomed attention to m
of poetry: i like it be-
II makes me think.'
WHY NOT CONSERVE VALUABLE FOOD?
In
siiiim; s 11111- 11111/1:
run 1;
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AVAILABLE FROM STOCK
Mhli y i O.. I If- ll>. aVepl.
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS NEED REGRADWG 6 Headers Say:
In my lag) ItOtM 1 anticipated
| one argument which
rnaffbt haw 11 en rueas] ba gsawrar
to my objection to the addition of
Latin and Spanish to the curricu-
lum of th. Ik Bventary Sehoob.. 1
rhjbt
(>ri Wednesday one n
hU profound disagroement
u>ed me of not wanting
these children to be taught Latin.
agreement is based on
two fallacies. The first l| thai a
knowledge of Latin U the hall
mark of intellectuality. This is
As there might
I*' others of the same school of
thought. 1 should like to ask what
. ol ;, rudlmenl
ledge of Latin to the potcnti.il

i-ond fallacy li
'
ithei things.
k how can Latin help the
child v. h
English which la our Mother
tongue and the basis of all other
training and our means of self
based en

the trimmings and t'-
1 ,. rloosti
,- children
to earn a living and lit them for
their place* in that s<" I
A Difference
l>n me state emphatically here
and now thai my object
, -
tary Schools being taught Latin.
Qreekt Hin luat
Arabic, but I object to the addi-
tion of a curriculum which is not
being etni kmuy t lughl lodaj
The raaulti or examinations of
"Elementarv pupils tceldl
U* St. Michael's Girls' School
Combcrmere and t h e Lodge
School, th.- experience of master
workmen and others connected
with the Bursary system and my
OWB where youngsters cannot
write simple letters correctly.
point to the fact that th.- ohUdlWfl
turned out from
Schools are not getting Ihe thor-
ough ground hi Rnghsh nd
Arithmetic which the. I
acquired.
Age Clrnupinii
Th.- :eason Is easy to
some stage in the cv
changes Wrlieh OIU *.*tem hnv
-i y which did
'" 11

but one

I'luduce age-grouping in
an educational s>.~iem where
there is no provision for compui-
ndencet. The essence ol
ipini is that Ihe children
111 the group should have started
..nd moved on to the
UUM as the> progressed
mentally. In this iland some
people -"'ill bebe\e that a child
Ol r.\e is top young to enter
school i.nd when be is sent at
even or eight he has to be put
in the second or third standard
and taught to spell "cat" and
1 ,i "!!'' The worst part
1- that this backward
I Inld must bp put in a 'stream'
called C while there are 49
others In he class. And he mual
!* taught the MUtM ihmgs which
lunior ' .limn into

Standard next door This
is where the teacher is at a dis-
tinct disadvantage, and. 1 repeat.
burdened unncceeaarily.
The Schools
The Bra) step In IhU series of
I have been the
introduction of Nursery Kinder-
garden. Junior. Senior and Pri-
mary schools finishing at 11
ud either
for Secondary bKhnlca] or voca-
. uning.
I am not ovcrhntkinic 1
the Com-
mon course but let it be Intro-
duced i.nd become the "normal"
course where everv child can
benetit from it and not where
dc-pite il* excellence, it puts the
routine Of the *vstein askew.
Out Of Gear
II rnusl not l>e understood i.hat
1 decry the merit of thai
ductions Imt I am convinced that
injected as they are into a s\--
tcm which had not rfotved
sufficiently, they throw the
mschineiy out of gear. And 1 in
mallj ivarai to uj peraoi 01
thing which disrupts the WOTtlng
of a system which Bappitag Mm
onlv smattering of adhueatloa
thousands of our children wtU
ever gel.
in England the Ek
*vtem provide* education in the
Nursery School under five years,
the Infant School live to anan
yearn, the Junior School eight to
eleven years and the Ssnioi
School twelve lo fifteen (reari
The term "BeiUOl UU | OsOOl nol
and cannot mean in Barbados
what it does in England because
ef the break down which 1 hare
shown ah
((impulsion. It is therefore infln-
ttrly abturd to atti
secondary education In the Har-
Samentary Schot
done in the English Senior
Schools because they lack the
HirIh Control
To The Ediior. The /idrocote
SIR.There are many grfU-
ka fl : Birth Control.
ti ... the world la becoming
over populated but It WOUM be
nent and
'
kUled m the last war. The num-
iii 1
in Korea and jrei those who must
die m the Third World WM
which now threatens mankind.
1 id ,.t concentrating so
on With Control, whj
ore attention to
'i'l* eonti ii 'i.l strive
. health.
Aim to preserve rather than
a life
HOHM-r CAV1
graded system which gives .1
'primar>-' education up I
yeart and then e secondary
stage.
The aee land la to
discard the 1MB Act and to pro-
vide education not to IS years but
jp to 18 years. Tin lo
le for the
hools before we
csn make use >>f the hum
which has l lllion and
J. E. B.
Thank* Chihlnn f
To 0M Cantor. Ihc Advocate,
SIR. I would like lo thnnk
those pupils cf Elementary Boys'
have by their
"widow's mites I'lclped to swell
the Farnum For Finland Fund.
T.. their mini iture mmd> he
I represented as a pro-
totoype of all such bos
; greet odds for a pla<
the sun.
Their pennls. given in most
cases from an attentuated bud-
set are of gr'at imi*rtance as a
symbol of solid..
By their magnlfleent response
Ihey have put to shame their
elders and done much to restore
'>ur faith in human natur
If there are any schools which
raei Ived, my circular
lo not attribute
It to lack of intention to write
you but make your
tu d lust the same.
With apologies to Arthur Hugh
Clough. I close with Ihe adapta-
"And Iho.nfl th* mmall M.lwcfiptum.
worltil lack ol
< (mm Mhoola and haSSMi
Coinea asnttj Bi>odlns In in* rt."
Yours faithfully.
I \ LYNCH
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f ^maieL aiaal equipment from mir magniti-
Balls
Hats
ent unil low priced %clec-
tinn.
Indian Cricket Balls from
$2.02 and English makes hv
WKden. I.illywhite, etc.
By Gunn & MiMirc, (iradidge.
Denis C'oinptoii nmonu others.
Wicket^cc * "nd B"ssF":
ruled and Shod ____@ $11.04
Pads *\ l.lovis
A wide rauge of sizes and
Prices
Da Costa & Co., Lid.
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IT'S SO
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I MUST DKI.\K IT AIL Tilt. TENS
3-YEAR OLD
GODDARDS
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SCXDAY M\V S IHI
Sl'KDAV MiMi. Mi
PACE SINE
EXPERIMENTS IN BUILDING
decade or more, tlvJ
'W of the world's greut-
.ate fortunes, ii mounting
to hundreds of millions nf
hav* been trying to
urvvt that the nations of the
i m l.ve together peace.
fully in an enlightened democra-
tic capitalistic system. They are
the gran.linns of the late Ameri-
can oil magnate and philanthro-
pist. John 1>. Rockefeller, who
amassed riches through the oil
industry toward the end of the
nineteenth fltMiy,
Although assured from birth
of grim wraith, prestige, and
MCUrtty. Hie M>ns of John D.
Rockefeller. Jr.. sincerely want to
make their own contriiuiti.i t<>
COMI '*" modern socieu on .
scale as impressive as their
giandfathcr'j business triumph* or
their fatner s unprecedented
philanthropic contributions. They
are John D. Rockefeller. III. 4B
Nelson Aldnch Rockefeller. 44|
L.-urn nee Spelman Rockefeller
42; Winthrop Hock-feller, 40; a'i.1
David Rockefeller. 37. While each
is ambitious fur personal suceest.
t.'.ir p-oMem as they see it is
tting accumulated wealth
efflcMnUy and benehci.it I v into
tfalg economic structure.
Wink very" much unalike and
while they operate in widely
divergent fields, the live brothers
Mill maintain ;, tiifhtly united
family circle that permits them to
KOrt their collective strength
In behalf, of what
they regard as the common good.
Objective of the broth,
ers is to advance the health gild
prosperity of low-income groups,
and of people in the underdevel-
oped area* of the world. It will
be some time before historv can
judge finally th success of their
'Tort. but substantial
briietils already have been
I:rought to at least two countries
of South America through their
promotions of better health, agri-
cultural, and economic pro
i IfflRK I
The grandtooa grew up in a
strict and religious family at-
mosphere. Their father. John D.
Rockefeller. Jr. the only direct
degn
the lack
ng at the home
that, wftiiW-
helr to the fabulous fortune, had
a strong sense of stewardship
toward this wealth. His sons
began their day with familv
prayers at quarter of eight
U father read a passage
from the Bible before breakfast
Tlu. went on long walks together
and the relationship between th.
I Bfl Bfsj their father was based
on respect and affection. Th-
boys went to a coeducational
chool m whose classes WOM
students representing every ran
;md creed, and vi
of economic amuem
of ii Their train
impressed on UVi
the possession of money m
responsibility, money represented
merely a tool with which thev
could work and the Important
thing was how they used the tool
and what ihey built with It.
When John D. Rockefeller re-
tired from active business while
still in his fifties, h*. turned over
to John D., Jr, the business res.
ponsibilities as well as the ex-
tensu-c philanthropies he had
Urted. TBil phil niilimuic work
i represented by such enter-
prises as the Rockefeller Foun-
cation. Ihe Rockefeller Institute
for Medical Research, the t.l nil
Education Board, uid manv
other contributions to
culture, and learning designed to
secure the widest benefits to
mankind generally. This family'?
philanthropies, which are applied
on a world.wide basis, them-
selves are in the neighbourhood
of S1.0OQ.000.00O.
Money has come to the
brothers directly and. indir.nK.
through trust funds set up for
them and their children (nowi
totalling <21) and their grand-
children. They have the yg i ,f
Income from these trusts through
their lifetimes, after which the
Income will go to their children.
That is as long as the trust fonda
can be milntained under the
Jaws of New York State, and the
Rockefeller wealth then must be
split up among the grand child-
ren of the live brothers and their
sister. Mrs. Irving Pardee. Due
to these circumstances as well
the fluctuatmg values of man)
HEIRS to one of th* greatest fortunes in the United State- (left to right) Nel.on Latirance. John D III
and David Rockefeller four of the five grandsons of the late John D Rockefeller meet to sttscOM wav-
of using their talent* and money to promote international understanding
y*;r'apP'"; J3SJ.'" "";'-- ad the Qmh N..i...n.,i ,. i ,,
difficult for the Rockefellers Rink, on* of the largest financial 11 .,- v when he tarved If tl
tafnn

the '
I
land m a tt ..ml. .
rid h.Mowing his gracna-
d then in dn
.ir becaBie n
Rockifellci Found.'
. .vS? rl.r, ' up as a eral Othei of.,.
. ! .H.Sir'f"'1111-'"1''' J<* the philanthropic phiUiilfii.
KLj l\:.'^"!\M^1.,''',k.::; wo* to winch John D. Jr.. has f then personal wruun or me ex- o,.,. vU. ,,,..,,. tf
Mir BKtf haw. however. 7,lh ,.,..,. ,h,. ,..m '
mow .pan |, etermli M to sin.
such
orcd by Hockcfrlk-r Brother!. ,., ,
US?**** "","," 1"-"t!"" 35 "
their n.-k capital. They also /,_._ __ ,., ,..,,.......

ship
t covering twelve and
half
York City.
Ill 0< New
alty project made

0 much Of his own Ufa- Npoi I
time. The others, as they iln- boaid of Colonial Wt l
"f whiS is K ,' ""1; *lUiV helping to carry entirely a I Tbo
one *V*Sw JBmJ Si rS!.o >. the ..,..,.,..
North American rraVtropolii n.'"1 ""'^ '"' ",ht'' lulfiirn
IWtrOgH
bulk Of the brothers" and th<
in oil l
John D.. III. bag
mternatlona:
his i
t Virginia ti> iti "i Igg
miury appear
OPEN AIR THEATRE-
iiv r.KoKi.i: m mi
Vein ssea Help
H.W.I. IVade Drive

as a free I
Jegai i>. mi.
el the It.
M ny | I
; responsibilities'


have a col i on
nmnity funds, and Protestant,
. ,
1
Youth Hi stria, Inc. ,

iii by mcourafdng j/oui
walHint: and I ft in>
and oUmi
! i the I'S
Kavy d *) Id Wat n
in in. RockafaUe) concept, th
philanthropic pi toctplt
POODN I
inry as a tool to maki
availab'e lha Bsl IB '
and sel!
rably linked i lha di

Nelson, the < .
Ann lu.i. he si n
Unatoc "f tha
Inf'-'i -An i *" and lo-
H Id War II
he was ; kagl tain l.S
Bl '< hi charge 01
n 1..1 oi a Ith a i i
Ins Ho
ial Dai oioMi
..I ^ Board Ml ud >" Baptembi
...
in plamanl
Pmiit Pbu
ration with undei -
daaalopad areas ol tii,
. M
it Hodarn Art bi Ne s
from 3.000 tn H 000; he >;.iv '
(innn> ni'i'.i
! ,! i.i DTOCUfl i
Amen, an
i "rontrfbittlon

Ufa of the natfc
rFwund-
ti..n- \jme. Ment
.....>...... - nWlt
l>a -"U, m.i. Li. l.ll-l..
i ,.n.. o,. rant*
l-hini ..mP.i,. .....I.l.-u.I
t-1 t \v %
fftfff
tf t 'rfty
^ t ^ 11- x ^ t
*^ it ^ ^ t1
altnoufn 'he sky is still vtglbto.
i.i tad Tv(
lirround tin theatre on ,ctri.
lOat concealing it t<( [{
. '.- of otbei man >! tho .I1(,.(
gardens of the Villa Ftoridiuna. in ',,.
ItatU c- mprises a -np
LOffDON.
lOWB West Indian
eel bava (olaod In the effort
nig more trade to the WOBt
Thaj are ararldngj ""nl
i .....
Ii Hish Indvistrles
itagfl aomawhal higher London, answering raouirin'rrnr.
lb.m the shooting range nt th the world', bu.-ines- men
Club. On both sides of interested in West Indian trade
thr stage hedges six feel high Ml Baryl M.Hyrnie. founder
and parallel with th. orchestra ,,t Carib Thaatra In
taraj cur- Port-of-Spaln Trinidad
I "!......f i:lamour I
Opposite the sta^e a double ., t stan.i ii |.i
row of small shrulm kei| l.isely roMon Bhe waan a ei.|..urful
I 1 and !" i than Ihe dm I Vrhll h
level "f ihe stag* provldoa ac- '*>. famous cotton.
Ad ..'.ii fa Ihe <* 'be Jamaican stand is Miss
mambon of tbo otcnoama. Bennett, who broochi hei
In a semicircle from onr side Jamaican folk-aongi to Britain
Of the orcheslr.i to the other '<< ** "w 'asl becoming well-
cxtonds double row of ftoCsfl "noarn ra>
aeats. Kntr.in.e- to seats aro ides over a stand hoded vmIIi a
mm both sides of the orchestra "presentativ. cUaplB) ..f Jamai-
and from the far and "t tha
irena
ti prixliire.
Diagram of open air stone thoaVe In Villa Floridl
'A' shows hedge curtains: '' Is built up gravel
represents double row of stone seata.
space between orchestra and 'D' which
Since Pygmalion the Pocket
Theatre has burst the seams of
its trousers as It were, and the
audience can breath.' a bit more
betel} tl result "f one parti-
tion having been removed.
But the Pocket Theatre re-
mains a Pocket Theatre for all
that. In the tropics where Bar-
bados happens to bo situated, a
pocket theatre is a Hot Pocket
theatre. Handkerchiefs are
needed and fans to stir the slug-
uish air. As N'cvillc C.mnell re-
minded us in his review of
Twelfth Night, we must appre-
ciate what the Briilsh Council
has done by giving us a Pocktf
Thenlre and now Shakespearean
costumes as parts of an oasis in
what he calls a cultural desert.
Those of us who have visited
the Pocket Theatre are quite
prepared to believe that a play
in Wakefield is better than none
id the Empire, but most an) Cul
out theatrical cloth merely to
have a theatre pocket siae? The
, Theatre i* good up to a
It is not a substitute for
the Glossop-H arris Companies
nor does it offer the amenities
,,f the Empire or Drill Hall in-
pcrfect as these mikht be when
compared with European or
North American Theatres.
The Pocket Theatre is belter
than no theatre at all. But from
a climatic view poi.it. until U ll
air conditioned, it cimnot attract
more than the rellivly small
number of less than 100 people
whom It can accomodate in close
proximity.
Whatever the future of Ihe
Pocket Theatre may be. it cannot
oe said to be doing more than
just keeping drama alive and
warm. And to rest content with
a pocket when a real theatre can
be obtained would be contrary to
that Barbadian common temW
lor which we are alternately
praised and blamed by admirers
and critics.
The question remains to be
answered, what kn.d of REAL
theatre? If I may take the
liberty of making a suggestion.
I would answer. ,,n open air
theatre As a
the British Army on tin out*
break of the IB3I' war, I am
entitled at the very :
express a soldier's opinion of the
kind of war memorial which
would be pleasing to the gallant
young Barbadian, who gave theil
Uvaj without thought ol n
pense in the last Great War.
Several of the Bai had tans who
Ml In that war were old school
fellows of mine and their name:.
remain green in u.y memory
and In the memories of their
loved ones who mOurn U
But what has the public of
Barbados done to ntnambar
them* Their names are to be
added to a war memorial What
a cold un-Barbadian way of
remembering galla.it youth.
A memorial ODon-tUI brO
would beheld lha I"
i and groan Ute memory
ol the dead.
At the going down of the sun
and even In the hi at Ol DM da)
wc should remember tbem when-
ever the open-an theatre was
(h-amatl4 perl
musical concert '.ores by
distinguished \ | II
The tradition "f Um OPOn-alr
theatre extends bach to Roman
.- i i (reel Urn* Al DJEBLE In
i l'n//u..h
and Rome I havi
air ItOM theatres of
. lid easily bfl
i.d in Barbadoi ABEND Van
BUCHELL'S drawing of the
l than theatre, ir
on B.inkside. shows a theatre
with the centre open to UH laa
and a large platf.ir.il BtafM with
standing space f.
' *
these the
f would like to sec M" Bar-

arhlh ^tin txlat
in the \ .on the
m r-looktrtg U
M :
The theatre is built under tall
oaks and evergreens which
supply almost complete envoi
whtre an tnti The BarbaotM, THnidad and Dm
Windward i lai > ti.< n
ulos hes no Villa com- ,,wn sl.md- in the Commonwealth
pnrnbl,. loth. Flondi lion, giving the Waal Indli I
i i rv King of Naptea iggar displ.....t lha Pali than
I by his mbttroai my othei ;.
But Bar! Itea ..ith with flvo oul of the If
IrUCtlon of -lands In thi- jOCllou
.in en-.i,i thootra modelled on
ti.....oo Ulustrato d Tha taal vaar Ii
land facing the st..i | .e ltf.12 Fair.
Oan tnel Si I " land.
which belongi to the llai
Museum would be an OXCSgUei clothing.
I an t>i>en ,.le trees '*Uj.
requite five years in Barbados u,f(,re ,,.,,1,,^, nmv ,(l.,
to reach I height which provides , ?O0(U, ^md DC]
bade I ' told too
that hedges of the size and One visitor admired I partlrU*
thickness required for curtains lariji splendid Baa latand i ''
require five years to grow to nigntdm Mil UeByrnJa told
full sire But I do HOt think flvg could 00 bought iii
years too long a time to v B8
for an open-air the.iire. Barba. Is LS f... ., l,(. I......hat
iaa existed lor so manj ' iW navai wear out,-
hundreds or years without "' Ml '
Open-air thealie th.d another -ubU-s Is ti..t I ,..,........t
lioutom aiU speed !' tha ti,. hug. d.M,iv ..
by unnoticed. Only let the f,A*r,_on. .' xt"t'"
aparatlono l>e made
n .! Inb nded
but the
I bottlea of rum on UM
ud .ne onjj rhui.ii k
with coliHired water.
Hut vudtO) l II theni-

anned. to
of fresh
rdf Site for
; ... grdad up m
soon as the decision Is taken to
I-lant the -hade tree* which
ought to M full] grown in mf>7. ive% mmazCil (,,
I could montlon the great fiultti 1>0,n ,,. ,
' i :' I I- I, ..1. !'.! J..FI .
auch a theatre would give to Apart fnmi huge pili^,
'h^ h.urist industry, but I he- grapafrult. uglta and li
tieve that Barbad...n i.^peel f canned
and
i idlng hats, hand-
in their honour 01 d that i
(.ppeal to much
Is necessary. I under
stand thai their lives an English- _
i .
nnaai.ala P
h< air,, in | prh Ifa
Coast. His cil'
i.

I. id.Mile
ahlblt in. hi

l hemlcal Works.

'lyed by
'-hemlcal W< '
This di-.pl*
_ri
.....ns.oii
Ial Thenlre should such industries
I-- fc,
Contains :
C deulln PhOgphOI
I., PI
1 Coppat Cobal
i."(me iron, Sodium Chloi -
H(MTS MIM'IF MIMI! u
SALTS I ON t \ I 11.1
t.uii balanced quaiihti.
ntlaJ eli nieiit i ll
clum, ph phot i
cobalt, Iron, todtoi
mangain log* Ihel with
an Ms* i i....." n if
It ; i
tie.d og thai

quote ml
them dlrectlj nh Mm
MBII lin\s inn I ||
( i.s iii milk
Add .'. i bfimlll
Mi, ral a o each cwi
>f e......ntraU fed hn milk
iiUmIui (Ion Al" i ii..1
:.,,
. mg up
to :i gallon plus ii oa. rot
i three
Off i twi
ii ; i
Mineral Salts dally,
Riilleekm and Fat Stock
Add 2 lbs. of MlndU
Mineral Ball tn t
enti itai fad. AJtarn-
atlvoly, glva -' i//. with (he
fo d i, h .i .v.
Oaafo In l;ii, and
ih-> Qaata
QrVg "ne le.ispoonfill of
r Mn I \1 .,1 Sail
daily with -
Horses
.1 .
(live 2 to 4 on of Boon
Mui.hf Mn.. i.i S.dt dail.
with rations.
reartfagi
OlVO one <" BOotl Mindlf
Miner.,I Salts dally wllh
ration
Pee*
el, feed 1 t0 1 table : DOOfl
ful Boots Ulndll

"I th far CenU"
BRI'fF WEATHERHEAD
I.....rtlM Zln.iM "
'in. ..I rrii.lir, new

On pj,. It.
I.TII.
CADBURY'S
DAIRY MILK CHOCOLATE
USE A
RIPPINGILLES
BLUE-FLAME
STOVE
FOR EASY & CLEAN
COOKING
A.S.BHYDEM SONS (iiimjs) LTD.
AGENTS.
A PRESCRIPTION
HAS TO BE
PERFECT
IVIHi sil V |\ THr: CORHKCr
(OMI'IMMMM. OF rRLSCRfl'-
noNi is tn work ok
SKII.LLII IANM
Of I>ru^ Stores
.i Brldgatown with the
largest stork of the most modern
. wllh a staff of qualified
diuggists all these . to-
,ih ;. deep sense of our
bill). al public health
In tha fort i.....t
Ing you day and
KMI.HIS- Dltl (. STORES
Hrlllnt Aienls for
'BOOIS IIHI ii CO."
FOOD VALUES
U/Uk7tu*e I UAnutaifal
CELLOPHANE
PAPER
m Whrte and Coloufi S12.1 20" 25'
I Ir. par ihatl
SPICM DISCOUNT FOR URGE ORDIRS
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PAGE TIN
M M).\Y AbVIM Ml
-.( M>\\ M \\ .!."> IS32
THE PEOPLE OF BARBADOS
*-lutes'
Saint


:
this po
. bofla la
sixteen "ftx1'
ub"Ut

dreadful cres
looked on 1 >
Undri tut I
pox nnd 'Jil
about

and li-
as raanv ; twenty out
1

u drn In
l"48. .1 large number
Bar-
bad< to b,
vant-
wp supposed to h
this bland, and DennM MrLeod
states that at the
ferae years, only eighteen had

jrt the Iro

1

. 34th
Ifll, i 01 m're than paring
imere
had b
the type ot
III oX that ateies). Thi
from A
lowlng
Papai
i u,-< ranUn tail
..;;
a
i
g
-
ligjv. whnl

' .-iir P'v
I 1


tvlth their infee -
:
tr> spread th
.V We dn

- ice than
*


ttitm

Otl OU:
BOHI SAY .
u n.iiv uinrviV Plantations, but been returned 'poo.
''' com b nd arm w*n> lo b* irai.t-
IV M on.- ,.,
The male adulla .rf Ihear unfi.r-
I........ <".' Ihoa. who
...r..l. u.h had
i.. mililar.v aar.
..mplrtM Uieir lime v .,. , .^ anp^^^ ,,
:. a, rn<- eendllloi M ,Wl,. holdlna. uf[.
,,,-Kr.. ..lavs, when ,e Pm-
,dlhae.
R5, 'IS,;" p'..;! ; 3K~. ror ovarv :
... of land thev owned
In 1*60. the
The rlisasterous emigration BiK these 'poor whites' warn killed
of the lower classes of People by the House of Assembly. A. Mr,
Southern Continent, ha* Andeison of Jasnatea "anted to
tended considerably to .the de- locate some families of these peo-
l the Militia. b) dimtn- p|a ,,n nil plantation III that
ishing our Numbers. In a Island, but ih- lb-i. > <>r A rm-
I i'- i,ly refused to grant the meagre
., this and cirtumM-iibed urn ol moo lowWdl the payment
within .-nch narrow uounda:"- -i.. ru^pratUOB asqafjasw. U1U-
eve.y possible encouragement ,nately nothing was done foi thesB
should be afforded to the pool
jnd labouiious, to exert 'hen
industry and ingenuity in such
useful Employment*, as are
suited to the humble Condition
These men. my lord, form the
real strength of the Country
;md were they placed it
earn a subsistence foi
themselves nnd families, would
i'> opulenn But. un-
poUea
Kevails here, few of our
.iniatioiu. have a -utllcient
i ( lab puren to culti-
Issir Lands, yet many
I n,i'. nad ag Tradee-
men wno wouM bo aqualh
kbiy 'rigaged in jgruul- _i'a--
tuial Oecupationv. wh.lc the in- -\SSSaljSo i
wh.u. rnoehanic, u ,ltr "V^w^'. 5 r'i
destitute Ol .-mployment; or If "" "prk '
; treated and finds The big sporting event- ol he
reat dimculty In obtaining "" v'Tt.'"fi ^ '.k'"^^
thai UndO. Eg Wertnesrta>
hi h dlscouragnnents he is com- '',
(lelled to forego his fond at-
ta hmoad to his nativt- bV
to the neighbouring
Colonies, where his skill and
Diligence are better rewarded.
Thus the strength ol the Coun-
(To be Continued)
Quoted by Sollers. in "M.ir>--
land Historical Maganne,"
II. 41n
(ialaodai of Hum*.- Office
Papon, IV. no. 39.
"An Enquiry into the Causes
of the Frequent Executions
at Tyburn," London 172S.
!,, 1i Mandevll
JOttmal of the Barbados
Museum and Historical
V VIII. page
181162.
Radio Notes
CONQUER PAIN
SCIENTIFICALLY
O
AUkCltii >"lUlu '*" ""a**1** "sdka*ss, Un Phsnsonln.
*-----*ZJ Cadsif-. Acsr/lsslkylk AcM-a4 QUINlNi. These foer
fnee'idnss, sessnttflesllir balsiKsd. work lynerglsUcBJIythat Is they relieve pain (an, restore your senss of well-being I
i welcomed by Doctors! Over Ii.000doctors sn^denUeu
In Great Britain akrne use It In their surgeries t revert.
jueiij
cold., headachea. toothache, rheumatism, neuralgiathis wonderful
new ipecfnc brings you amazingly quick relief from all of them I
nSBSSsfigft? Wm lltti%- YO" "" &U7 "
lai^ii*/ a *o-ublet en*eloaes-
enough to Bring qnkk relief 'rom a
bout of pain. Or in handy 20-tablet
boxei. Or In SO-tablet bottleskeep
of these In your house.
ARM YOURSELF
AGAINST PAIN .
GET 'ANACIN' TODAYt
mm >*'
eKM * f*0> * I
HASTINGS BARBADOS
Under new nunagement.
Dally and longlenn rate*
quoted on -equest
Permanent guests
welcom*
Dinner and 'Cocktail
parties am nged.
J. H. BU<'KLAND.
Proprietor

he latter
i ii n i.
these two greit British racing
classics will be broadcasi by Ray-

to this anw at
[hose lunea 10 IS for the Der-
by and live nun'
ilmi,"rt"^^drcr-^'.....;'
.ion Stock deprived of a due ;h(. iy m(.Ur i,nml; there will be a
i"1'1"1' i '-" ' in subject 1 must be per- neaday, 28th inst. for the Derby
milted to remind your Excel- ,|0wcver an OB ol th
i the ogdjuon ol thai eomnaantar) will u- repeated foi
profound ph]Li*ophci palev. Uebgnari in thia area at 5.00 p.m
who asy?its- that the decay of on boU I lifting fifteen
population la the greatest evil minutes.
that a state can suffer; and the On Saturday. 31st. inst ! UM
m ("iivoiiMit Of It. the Object same time 5 00 pJn
which ought In all countries, to will be on cye-wilnes* iiccounl of
be aimed at in preference to the final duy's piny in tin I
every other political purpose Amateur Golf (3
whatever." Again. "Einployiiicm l*re*twielc.
| ..iiiL.'Lon. u II atTordl Antith-i eye-witness account of
the only medium of distribution. > sporting went will !> I
by which Individuals can ob- Sunday. 25th inst Bl I l p.m
lain from the common Stock a with u ilve-.mmile account of the
supply of the want-* of thel, occ'-r match. Australia vs. fcng-
Familles." (4) UBad n Vienna._________
xP'
YEAST-YITEI

S^s^s In tin- re-o is of St. Michael's
i- nix*, it will be found
:. U awtc M well provided
th rattlae, were eraplo>d ii
i-eev Ihe city clear of vaRiant*
.> watchmen were usually
0 i1. and unable to ubta.n any
- employ inetil
livery Act
v ig puosed In 1834, It was con-
thai this fo,ce would be
... i adequate to protect the property
the merchant.-, should the freed
ham. *lvs take 10 acts .4 steuling and
i ,i;i Act was passed in
had '834 foi the establishment of un
' efficient police force for Dridge-
n am. This force gave employment
iis'.ged to some of the freed white inden-
ad sen'ants, and even after it lM_i m p m
-kh ran away was expanded and became an--------------
r IU land wide force, for many years _*m PS.'TS. -..
emalned a < mpletot) whiti p m Lmi
-. ' '' '
were mtt t- ,,, ejavory atoppi
enturod servant and fre. K '. V^^"
i ; '
TO-DAYS NEWS HASH
< UXOrllAM: 1'APKR
Has Arrived
To
JOHNSON'S STATIONIRY
WE ARC RELEJNG Ot'T
OUR STOCK OF
WINDOW GLASS
A Bargain for Builders
JOHNSON'S HARDWARE
ORIENTAL
PALACE
HKADOUARTEUS FO
SOUVENIRS
FROM INPIA. 'UI.NA a
oitlon
THANI'S
IT. Wm IIJ. St. DU, i The Only Pain believer
containing Vitamin B<

If you are suffering from a Cold.
Chill, Hcad-i-rH: 01 Ntuc Paio
nan taking YEAST-VITE
Tablets AT OKCB Y..uw,Ubc
V owrjoyed at the diilcrmrr i:
T" s\ inakr. B) eOB, YOUT I'.iii. t old,
\ \ or Civil ump' mi
\ \ di-uppcar, sod you' I Ictl ever
-----"^ I RELIEVES OUft fAIN
a no
makes rou fin wai
_ '**fLfM>n-\ There's nothing else like
HEADACHES {YBAS1 vm It'auM
NERVE PAINS S'^IV pain reliever
>n. .....) wntCa ALSO contains
COLDS, C!1ILLS ;> .,, b
Btiri Get youraeh* .upplv of
j assssuTM 1!m.'s''",^!S
PAIN1* .:.t-uick re-
K*mS < Hal und ltd Ix-ncr, tool
YEAST-VITE
Frank B. Armttronf & Ctf., Ltd.A*entg.

The abolition of slavery stopped
arvant nnd freed
the remaining ones of their bond-
.. estimated U
lofth.ii peopla iu
. i otl ppt i .. have .
or these unfortunai
pBtBssvrnn'd to this
icon put

.WONDER WHEELS N
Why Hercules c
arrive in Barbe
in perfect concU
The special Hercules pajlung
methcxls the result of \c 'v^ars
study of packing for countries
overseas en-urcthiv The well-
wrapped pan s are placed car:' ully
in strong ca'.cs so that thev ::. be
simply, safely and correct'y as-
emblcd on arrival at dVastin ion.


SUNDAY. \1\'.
-INDXY ADYiM Ml
p.xr.r. n i w \
Tftr iMMMf */ I'm I iiiLi.uit I'ti/ti'ifurl _'
The Truth in
Do Hurry up Dear' the King told Her Your Horoscope
//. uuh.i ihiii: w:\tJH hi.
V IN'(; BDWAR11
in Buckingham Palace SnoMng, which' Qu<<
toi i;i
Royal imtT at n
cii*ar with their heads pi do d out of
ni**ht. "i i .I) fouri with Ihcir heads
close to the nrepL<-
FJcclntit:.
and gas though tlw-
who pretested had
triumph.
One nigh! the lights!
throughiH-t ill.' !'......
one candle could be ,
The Kin* r*pr,cd hi*
pinion of hi- hou-ilmUi
aunarmrnt in H I
term* and. iiuv that day. tin-
pjUcr ha. MW !<< n ulih-
out 1U slock or rm rfii'
The plunibmii n
Ised, more bathroonu
ed, and the ni
three basins In
washing the b I
hands and thud for '
Below stair* the ne* i
was welcomed,
never allowed iMi
staff, to address
era, to address her il
point of rtiqmt
to excess but Km.
was always on good ti
Pahuc :
Alexniul' I
ful greeting for hat n
Indeed. Inr m ,'
a barrier bet ifMB
and her guest-
ed her friendly re] iti
her staff, who fell !*
punclion about replying at tin-
lops of their mm. >
The King did. bowl t
Ish one redutu
icing an ornamental and mucn
bemediilled person
solemnly by the ridebOfd every
night at dinner he asked what
the man was suppesrd I
ing.
Abolished
"He Is Tow
taster," replied h i
secretary.
-What does hi
Kin*;
"Nothing, sir."
"*4nd how rnurh do i
for if?"
"Six hundred pounds a year.
So the office Ml .ibolMi.-d
sad the nun tivrn win .
work at the tMUcr.
Though King I'dward did
much b
Palace t<> its
he disliked th(. p ace, It held
memoriae of a ati
ways happy, childhood.
it wu I he often
endured fits of i
living then' and it mi > I
r iiiiiiiii r i ( III .I .al UBnSS in
lllmpsrd Ills multuT's Khiisl. anil
heard the echo of lu-r % tiler.
Court 11f.- ttUI po-sesaed its
comic moments.
On one occasion. wbeD the
King ncinvi hit
p.ige cat I of their
robes as far as the Throne
Room door .in them so I could
., itialH-e.
The Mix-up
I he aiidirnrr ever, the Arch-
bWaaf) of < inter bun, perhaps
uniMarr that "his past* had
aone it dulv, proceeded lo
kwwdB, III feel be-
i in- rnIjruled < Iili IiIn train
.mi aaktan heal to rrwuf the
miforlunalr Primitr from fall-
ing on his face.
Then
The King was to r*
day the Lord Mavur and Com-
. and the
Ixuvlon County- Coun
lowed by a lapan
and
"
A* dip Uooa be-


through the i
entrance and the less important
K
illy, the K o i
h state thai the
.iff, highly n .

Slid direct.' 1 then) to the front
door.
At the foot of iii
met the City
Fathers L.CC aldermen
cent fur-trimmed robea btuow-
iiiK aroii'i
The imall Koreans found

Ad Iff the lime
Itad themselves
from the
delegation was in disorder.
Hafllcl
As the Koreans rushed
around trying to
out, in strode ihe .'
.
They mounted the staircase
pursued by the bafllrd Palace
doorkeepers, ante n.uld nut tell
ane Eastern face from another.
King Edwards C
more confusion among
i i
I for June 28. 1902. bul
nn tha Mth the. Palace on-
that the King
. ii.,t.- operation
for "p
This was almost re;
sentence, for the King
imger young, al
were feared
.., tli.in DOWI I
Besides, "nerrtyph Ultls"
good deal m
n the modern word
drills."
The Royal Household area
thrown
. |ha whole
lion ceremony and ap-
We'll soon have tha-. better.
with
London.
pease the disappointed guests.
Sacred'
Vei) U ubleeorne t h e a e
lv some
of the i as, whose
mild not
'
Maharajah InaJ
all his suite of 200 mu-t live Bl
strict Hindus. They had to be
t Ith I h0UM
comi la
As Hii- icred" cow mil* I
never be kdled. the Palace sub-
sequently had to pension il off
for the rest of it- life In the
ground* of an English Mggja,
The Hindus were I
hlbited from drinking
which had passed through
Ihey had to be
i "ige, on
;. well.
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THIS
OUE81 \s \<>l Mil M x
II \*AJAll 111 1 A I'AKTH't -
I.ABI.V LAJtOI (.nn
The I ventually
-i and the
King arrived P il I 111
lop of Die Grand Staircase.
Hut there was no Mgn of Queen
Alexandra.
The King went along to his
' nei door
Ned week
A MIDMI.IIT caller
when ilu- Kim'. afasj
slrepini;;
HOW Tin: I'aia.r ri a
"face-lifliny";
Till: NIGHT (he Kaiser
ne i:!i cried; und
THE I rTTKK that tola
(lornmnv s war secrets.
and did I
loved oft
them,
o i he i . more fortunately
i i the Palace wmuuw:..
s.tw -oicn liveried lootmen
! i .in.ii ate !!.
rangle and go crawling
.ii a,K' on all I
. ii M. \uulra had caught
her l<> la pesrl necklace in the
k n( hrr roarii, and.
all had to lie rctrirvcil he I ore
ihe Bfeeeaesea aseved
i'-i- ii.,- it lend JeueU were
irushed
Kindneas
ararda abort -
i e aSection-
atel) Then exasperated) he
thai n the did ad

fo pet i-rou'ned ar all .'
The llitth
There was another hitch somo
.
lam nl.
A great procession was drawn
link: the llgnal |
on*. The sppolntad hour came
ed. The inniuti
mark< I
He had
.:
great Increase In
popularity-largely
I acts of
thinking
if conferring gifts
.. .
Fin instance, one d iy
yacht
i ibj bj the
King that he "deserved a noil"
i horit) tor
\ e "i abeence on full
pay ai\ri letter olferinn ilie
by
fa.Id. hlddi
carriages, had in
llnding out what had h.i|M'",'i
:i their Stale
Ktna hd heard thai the
in| lamas) made
..i hi (o ontlnne
I Ol .ri'm nl
. Royal
polntmcnt
ga 4ln pare IS
Itch Germs
Killed in 7 Minutes
MIUI0HS Of tUKUB agree with idmtttt findings that :
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PAINS
Here Is REAL flitt . .
For real relief from rheumatic
paioa it is essential to conn t
B asBgah When tbey are dac
to OW accumuUtton of bodily
uapunars rt means that your
kidneys which should filter
away these harmful unpuhtiri
are sluggish snd need a medicine
to tooe them up. De Wilts
Kidney and Bladder Pills are
necially prepared for this pui-
poae. Tbey aoothe and tone up
disordered kidneys so eflecUTely
thai these vital organs speedily
return to their normal hk I 0* M
CJcaimg the system of impurities.
VDeTwiU's Puts have been
relieving rheumatic sufferers
in many parts of the Sforid
with grc.ii
ssedicine may be just what
yea need. Go to your
chemist and obtain a
IBM ,
Pill, right
GUARANTK
Pa Watt's Pu* * ,
aaaaaa'aili'1 under stnt :ly hygicru
ferss to rigid standards of parity
a
. . it : #-* u i: it i' .1 # a t s
In a ' |.nil will take I I
ire ihe an-srer.
. formulated I g listing
. i.. .
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i iiiuad wiiler uainl* Uy lr ay ugrnuar.
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but thill is I'Xlirtl.v uluil you ore filling whrn
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THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM
Bpnrlalfal in Hardware
What a bad start for a
day's work if you wake
ur feellnit tlr*.l and
listless, tn-'i'ail Ol "ink-
lirisk and full of
Ono woman who can
Bspreolate '^" dtfTi-rrn
her own asperlence. w
taklnif Kruschan.
alwavK uitrd to waka tn tha
inui nil feeling rery ilrod. Now
I have losl .ill that t ireilneaa and
k arake aaargw.
riiThen r i made mi tenl yes.re
..i a wulfS-rd with
ml welling* round mv ankloa.
these pain- an-l -wnllinaB I lake
KrneolieB Belle reui*riv and
,i, uffoly ",.uu,
I keei (too p
beoau thj liver.
t l-1 ii' i wrln and keeps
working smoothly und
w*nl cf thla
. (t-shenad
body. Pi '.moos
pel I ad and
,. im oeeee.
Anil ai wttb Kru-
i i-Ksponda
i i
, immaU
Chemists and Htoroa.
REDIFFUSI0N
isi.i n.i i.isiimxi.
in-: mi it it tk \k.m.i;.\h stkiit
:-,.
','-*---*--,*,'.*--
.::...'.:,;;',
-'
yo o"a, -
To keep
;. regular
'takeEHO'S
SpukLteg 1-NO'S "liuii Sail'' first thing in the
morning freshens you up both mentally and physi-
cally. It clean the bead] dean n anJ refreshes the
mouth, remove*: ill lymptomi >i Uvetiassnesi. UNO'S
contains no luiNi punjatives. Its gentle laxative
aciicn is non-habit-ionnini;. l-N'O'S is suitable lor
delicate stomachs, sale lor children and invalids.
Keep your "Fruit Salt" handy.
Eeio's
Fruit Salt'
Urn mn*i \P*o -
5P IALLY
u\> 0MMI VDJ li
far ihio 01 I \u ACTION,
SICK HI sDAt IM .
I IMKIMIM BS,
mi KM -M M,
IMH(.*Mlt)\. He.
Sold in bottles for
lasting freshness.


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Ministers Examine W.I. Stands At K1F TELEPHONE AND GENERAL
TRUST






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GROUP RESERVES FURTHER STRENGHTENED
Great Scope For Expansion in Portugal
Serious Effects of Jamaican Hurricane:
Service Rehabilitation
Rapid
Sir Alexander Roger's Review of Wid?spr?ad
Intctests



amlne "
The t,..
, Ht Lucy.

Irrk in llir Uoh
of the cricketer. la no*
vnitgrV questions on the Colon>
e n-t.ry- Office in Barbados,
intry With Mr II "band* he
i/crr flown
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the stand hnd
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bwkwwofi

mud.
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ItracUng the eye
Maie>l"
nil. day long. Bui
ild be."
of il: One. win.
stand",
most In-
i

in their go
unustte."
B,UI
Tin- Romance of Buckingham Palace
11 ii


ha tune's

DC along
.

to help
K
i man*

Ni'vir Knm
bUnd m.m ntvar anew'
I ..
i Prince and. a In
tin- Prtooa of w.iii-o. (ram one
him conduct blind

Bctton "
... i
..
i i that he was suffer uu;
'.'s horse
D the 4.1S
race nt Kenipto,, 1'ark. The
in I Ii
\i MOS1 i Mt LA81
NKWi in \\ \v ivi.K TO
HEAJL
..
and lust btian BaJdnlghl Hie
.it Buckingham Palace Indeed,
The Twenty-sixth Aknua,
10 '.i the Telephone
iiat, Limned. w>i
i :-.1.1.11
llowtag n. a speech by Si;
Roan, KCIE, chair-
i!K director.
The director! repOtt and stale-
accounts sent you On
UBuji show iinWan'"n n
he profit at 87.339 fOl
I 1951 after charging tM.2un
(against 87.400 in 1850) for tax-
up by C 1.302 Dividend-
i interest, arid sundry receipts si
L'252.558 increased by 5.684.
Management expenses V i
mil higher, whlli
I less by 339 due lu llu
i tirement of a director a year ago
Interest paid on loans and de-
iHjslts to the trust Is less by
i: 4,119, reflecting withdrawals b..
i i and associated com-
panies
Piotits tax and income tax ai
I M M i . orb naarh ll pi i earn
our groas prom. This percent-
avemgri age >! taxation is on much too high
i irnlr and It t* devoutly to be
ii at n. far distant dale
it will be much lower no that en-
isum is can again ven-
ture iind expand with some safety.
Traiufi m of 10.000 to revenue
ind 25,ooo to conttty
henries resHva increase these to
i 110.000 and 100.000 respective-
Ly The 7 per cent. Preference
ivldltld and 'he usual 8 per
OnHnarj dividends rtqil I
nt deducting tax.
I 100,948 lo i>e carried for-
ward, against 9ft.752 brought In
rahue reserves amount to
8E1Y1TEX
(flotfti of JJijtmcftoii
RESILIENT DECORATIVE TILES FLUIMEH JWNTLESS SURFACIMQS
sum
Investments ut 1,382.727 ihow
i'i increase of 264.703, malnl
iCCOUnted for by the Iransfcr of
trie trust's investment in Telephone
Properties. Limited, from the HtRI
liiu companies"
Di Telephone Pro-
now 'orms part
i.f I he total of Investments quoted
gi & the .
litludeH In the figure of
ei.8 i
tments at
lecembet 31, IM1 T*
iliUal over-
of C713.7SI. or
.. i l pel cent ovai 'ho net book
C 181 Rl
consider the val-

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demonstrates the neces*nv tot a
continuous flow of new
a successful and ever-expiind.nu
public utility
slanoai .it 311,204 are
- ' at a <
BtkSBOt of the transactions already
laacflbad
As announced in the circular
letter to stockholders dated April
12. 1952, the trust has Issued 373 -
000 new Ordinary shares of 1
each at 23s. per share, and I am
t.l.'ul to l>e able to say this was 0
inmplete success. Acceptances rc-
' mi cam of the
shares offered were received, ud
sppltcatkmi f>r addition. i snarei
:-oiiBiderably exceeded those a vail-
Obll It was essential for us to
broaden the base upon which ti>
carry the initial faanotpj Of tin
overseas telephone operating iuih-
panies and so enable the trust to
.. bu] Hi full
their further development
GRour AcciHM -
i in- uhst.iutliil gnHi n-^erves
Capital and revenueamount to
992.141. BU increase of 18.347
over I9M The statement regard-
ing the telephone operating and
subsidiary companies ac-
companying the balance-sheet
hows net assets of 2.549.492, to
which Is added 26.422. being the
balance of hurricane damage ex-
i after writing oft* 13.-
200) Incurred in Jamaica, and
referred to In my remark* on the
We-' IndkM cob postal
DfYH-OPMSNTS IN PORTUGAL
1 M uat holds a
Dt In The Anglo-Portu-
"iicsc Telephone Companv. Limit-
ed, with which it has now been
i for a quarter of a cen-
;urv
The group through the mediun-
Of the tru;;l has provided and it
continues to provide financial.
LitKineeTtng. ad-
Mstan< i arta mv.ilunme
hel|. .it .ill tfalMi to that Imporinnt
company, The Anitlo-Portuguese
Teieph'inc Company) Limited
Following uix>n the introduction
of pint tariffs In Portufa] In M i
]":,o. the s.on of tin lotepbotM sarvlca UWa
has proceeded apace. Theadditio-i
of 8.296 new stations to i i
during 1951 brought the t<,t.ii num-
ber of telephones in operation to

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i'h Atlantic Treaty Or-
e. an nation conferences held
i'ortugal in February, 1952, served
io reveal to many for the first t
ha general signs of order prevail-
ng in Portugal and the successful
for progress which i- n
Vldetlt there. condiUon* whuli J(e
not always to be found in n.jnv
filter countries of the world at the
inn-
Inddentalb the Telephone Com-
l^any at short notice did much to
i KtaojJea and cumpli-
caled service lo the delegates in
confurenee and out of it
Vt'i'iru
TsH trust has an Important in-
vestment interest in Venezuela
through Telephone Properties.
Limited, and the Nacional Tele-
phone Company of Venezuela, its
onncxlons with the telephone
communications service of that
country having been unbroken
ince 1928.
The expansion and moderniza-
tion of Caracas and all important
towns in Venezuela continue at a
rapid pace, creating great demands
on the public services.
rurthej telephone expansion and
Jevelopment programmes have
ii'. prepared and arc being sub-
mitted shortly to the Venezuelan
iiithorlties. and it Is hoped that a
'nial plan to meet the modern re-
quirements of the service over a
lumber of years will be approved
.ii the near future.
During 1951 7.261 stations were
.idded. bringing the total to over
72.100 at December 31 last, but in
Spile Of this the waiting list
rnaus heavy-
Venezuela is undoubtedly one of
'he wealthiest of the South Am-
. u m it-public*, and an Important
factor in the substantial expansion
of the economy, which |g largely
based on the petroleum Industry,
her welcome for and protection
>f foreign capital, a policy which
: is been maintained over a long
iH-riod of years.
The bolivar is firmly established
i hard currency, and there are
io restrictions on remittances
Wr.M Indus
The board* and managements of
ur associated telephone operating
i.inpanies in Jamaica, Trinidad.
;k) Barbados continued their
i h | of expanding and improving
. 'ilejiiiona services to the pub-
lic In their respective territories.
In this the\ were fully supported
v the trust with its technical, re-
rih and manufacturing usso-
kitO
During the .year the trust ud-
i .meed on temporsry loan to these
,7est Indies companies an adrti-
1 onal 223,000 towards their
i.velopment pmgrammes.
pOO which colkvlively (hey 01-
ome f.3B8.nou. having pro-
batanea from their #wn
mi. i
In spite t '
al development from August on-
ards. the comp.in> expend' n
some Ci2U.0OJ or. capital work.
ind added 969 tgfjuM d.
vcar, making a total of 14.406 n
;5i Thi
gross plant asset- of the compan.
now exceed the 11.000.000 mark.
amounting t .. .
ndex in
Jamaica has risen sharply
tantul wage inereHses for the
company's *t.'fT have been greed
f:er negotntions with theti trad
union represen'a1lve\ Th '
t" the increased cost of nlant ani
nca materials, can 0*ii)
be met by increased oh
sari lee, and ai i
i has been made under the
ns of ! iephone
It is hoped that these
will he granted wi'h the minimum
to enable the eompnnv to
proceed with development
Trinidad
Dnivortusllv .uoeeptod tor
irsMf-tll.uis.ii in >Ukx*. iitiful-.
oisuoas ami |>uUa iMilkluujs U
-4.140*.
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impanv 11
unqianv in 19
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l
ipment **
.

gport which will be 11-
ud cheap
i OWer ;md troni-
Jamaica
The

maicn o '
.
another
interrupted nr-igresa Ii

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i . The iiniin. PH
,ii .11. hanil-

rtom' I "I
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lowed
'
[lot .
llf .^r cent P
,,-' i .,.f.Ked
.
.
.-es nt par. of
'irh th btl "c w._
' mdln*of
r the l^il.-inee
localb nt Jamaica.
At December 31. 1951. Trinidad
Consolidated Telephones, Limiu-ti.
haa 16.170 stations in service
auUbintial gain ol 1J76 station..
Nearly 1200,000 was expends i
upon additional automatic ex-
change equipment, and the ,
sion of the cable network UirouK.i-
l oid. A tribute was paid
in the annual report of the Trini-
dad Company to the very great
assistance received from their
aasociatea and consulting engineers
in Britain.
Barbados
in Barbados additional exchange
equipment enabled 525 stations t<>
be added to the telephone eom-
pny"s system, making 4,855 in
service at December 31, 1951an
increase of over 12 per cent.
Some 36000 was expended
upon this company's smaller but
extremely ellleient and up-to-date
plant, and considerable further
expenditure is planned for 1952.
As a consequence of the rlsin.'
cost of plant and man
materials, and |m .
resulting from negotiations with
the local trades union, it has been
Mwary to increase the charge-
for telephone service and. after
isultation with Barbados Go\
iment authorities and other re-
sponsible and representative bodies
in the island, these were put Into
effect on April 1 last.
The telephone companies with
which the trust la activrlv associ-
ated added some 18.500 tclcphon< s
to then svstems during 1951. ili-
.. tin- total in service '..
nearly 217.000. The value in
sterling of their gros* telephone
nlant. land, and buildings amounts
to over 15.000,000. and the
leplicement value at to-day's
prices would hw very conslder-
.blv higher.
Tng Nations Pkobiems
' >vershadowing the oountry*!
'"-dav is the rearmament
programme. A necessary evilbut
qi faced and dealt with as
expeditiously and effectively as Is
within our power. Indeed, under
present world conditions there the possibility of this becoming
almost .i permanent feature of our
i muat not
lose sushi of 'he fad hi
trial snd e mull go
I on i rsxtaeaj
Acceptltuj this, the ohalln

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,i often been said,
oils bv dint of harder work
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- .i.. >o stem the
ncmic tide,
. record
. .,,
' -if 'he trust on'l it
nl i '
'. val'.v and hbj)
lice through I'-
ll vaar
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srvn.W. MAY !5. 152
srsnw \dvocatf
PACK THIRTEEN
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD
BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES
TUAM* OCOCf*SS \
*/Va? CO*..
S-OL.\'f. <-x .
I *UT T"tl^ tVrf Tug ,^ -~ *
WHfN LAU*I CAMf ,'VA I \l.
S4r )\\ :l
BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
BRINGING UP FATHER
v. "*Be * 'm oorrcwj
ACP AVJO <& NOr
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PVPC T"AK*( >UU POP
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YOU
6es-
I-EB-A
RIP KIRBY
BY ALEX RAYMOND
THE
9W
PHANTOM
LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES
OU* fcefcHSAllALF-MllE AHEAD.
6hTVTH,fn&&l6HT FOCWABD. DAVE,
CIRCLE WES7 U COME UP .N BACk
OF'EM.
SABGE SAlP* MI&V.T K TWPOZEN
6WJ6.EPS*Wi5HI WAS HOME -
WISH I WAS ANV PLACEj
BUT HEBE
tHETCUCWUFlATftAJL
M COULD FOLLOW
WNPfOLDEP 6ET 'HE
7 jEEP,SM/fH.'
:.' '
Red Kidin* Hood ^
Outsmarta the Wolf t
onr bright, -innv Jj\ a htl< girl ulrfd
.led Riding Hood went to mil her
gnndmothcr > ho li la a big d*'k I 'Tf< She * tinging
tuppil> M h* uippol along
Rut ding Kid laoiria* R#d R1.ne lUsl
and ran to ihe (nWnni"n> totiaar
Whrn Red Riding Hood .rmrt. h*
rvuixisl on h*r j-vl unsl. "\hi" No*
cr-rd Red Riding I
t her haiku I he
kh. he forgt-i Red Riding Hood and
dwdout lu hu more K0..1I Pudding'
So mii 10 maketo acooomxa! -and
M niitrmoui Treat your family to
Mytl Pudding today
fcfc
vV Cto
lo In Late
King George VI

StCMtclS Sup'c&ftUL
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only
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l'kK>. ........i Iriim Sugar .... S .11 .40
l"k|i,. I.iplnn's Tea II lb.) .79 .72
Tin- Krrlrmil ...........:|K .::.".
Tins Drill/ MiM'aroni uilh CmMM .:M .:HI
Tin. Tun InrHiiuil Clfcl I "" "
Bottles Mayonliiiiso...... Til iH
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Tins ltriisscls Spniulk ..............
Tins Cauliflower ...................
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Tins CaUrj (wholt) .................. ;
Tina Celery^cot) .
Tint Ynitnu Qnta PttJ (Itne) ......
Inis VoMBf Cin-rn IVus (fine) ........
'I'ins SitiniM li ......................
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D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
THE COLONNADE 1. II O < I II I I S
THE PERFECT PAIR
_____FOR_____
PERFECT ENJOYMENT
OF MOTORING
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SINDAY ADVOCATE
SLVTJAY, MAY 23. 1S2
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TELtPWONt >9M
THANKS
BODr.ER*tli> e express -----
tnana. and sincere ipaix
tmpaUo tpriHtari to us through
recent _d WWMM M
nt entire ami r*nr
-*f ihe undersigned desire lo
Iho who eipresaed .yrapalh*,
the death ..f Cat! I I
. i HMM
Mr-
I .
BBS J-

IN MKMOKIAM
dear mother Houmond Lash la
passed'aw*. May SS. ISO
The around of her profess*
Jesus and III- Blond Hr give*
BossInn of everlasting Bond.
Ever 10 ba rarrxembered I
daughter CEHMAINF. LASMLEY
B.3 51lit
I OH KALE
AUTOMOTIVE
iXttl, In appls-i>> wider leil
PMM >- H.aH Ch Dial a*3A
ihOitiui and done only
Haw '. -
island Can be
m contact Mr C
4 v.]-. | M|
dariu
iaj.IiIk Car "t good -n!"-
) mils* par gallon For further -
r nation Dial 41B0 ci
' tin. i.ja '>
1AH M <
M.r.i. I h p
..i. ktami
| liaBO mile*.
excellent cundl-
furt Hoyal Garage Ltd Telephone
CAR-Fasd Prefect law IBM moatol
Gen-cal rondiUoo good Mileage usata.
*V ApPl>; Wtlhnall. 1 on label .a.
ram stM - -* n
CBANDLEBIn lmi memory of
beloved grandmother Hulh II'
Cr-andler who deponed thw lit.
May Mlh IMI.
God .aw the mad > Betting rough.
The Mil- were hard to climb;
He gent I > closed her I,*...
And whispered, 'peace I*
Only those who love ran tall.
The pain of parting without farewell
May .he resi in pea..-
Ever la be remembered l>v
,.-.:. !-.,
MMM
MA am OOD In loving memory of Eu-
ralcnr liana Harewood of SUBber'a
Tenantry Black Bock hn *a> .allrd
AR. On. Vauxhall cm
1 good lyraa In BMeUenl
4il< Giimlhv Rockley.
B h.p wilh
md.it.on Dial
j i hi
IHICilDAlRK. WaatmahuuM In good
orx.ng order Dial sOBfl Tcmpro Elee-
(iAKRARD RECORD CIIANGKKS
Speed. A (aw left Coll rarly an.
i.rnl disappointment I' C I Mall.
i 1...1 2i* a ii
Dew in MM
B*l happy mcmorie.
Tha hoarla thai loved y
ett afloction
Alway. will k>v* you in
ire (nndlv
rlina lo your
with Haap-
daalh Junt
H 11 -'- !
AH-- <-< !!>*
iinldipi.
. Riio '*Htrr*<.
nvNiiao
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Till memory ladan and l.fe drpar
You'll lira (orovor in oui |Mrta.B
Tony ion> and Uta Doitm Family
B8 SI-In.
I Oil RENT
HOUSES
-One !! Fotd I'rafacl Baa
I*, Naoraat oft>r to Uta.00 1'hona
Mil. MAM-a.
l.\!VOl nvCBMKFm
AniMIOI IADII<
UtaM In raahwna. humr aaMl
i coptaa ..
-I HAMiAU.
liflVFK.NMENl NOTICE
riLUT BKIIH.LIOWN.
KAKRAIHIS
Tllr. ( U'SINC, DATE for p-
for pott of additional
i'ILOTBrtdrrlown. is nodlU'd ..*
|7th May. i52 No am
:> M w,i ..tier Ihm date will
yn.- Klrrco
23 5 Min.
rs in ii Mriiiis
italoM Matnaidi riialall.n .1 r*Mi
TAKE NOTICE thai I. ownar of tho
-i plantation, am about to
ota n a loait of 4.00u undor Uta pro-
Ulo.ii of Iba abnvr Art. aomat tha
lucr. Uolauaa and olhrr crops of ttm
ant plantation to ba raapod in MB)
" oon borrwwad

i UMj
I -i ,
thi> nrd da>
T E conniN.
IXKCTKIt'AI.
IIErmOERATOa. Oonrial ricrti.
, ru fl. a> now >'i yoora ouaranta*
L>Ha U S U In
KADIO-On* G.EC Rodio
Oorrajd Itocurd ChanBar w
lOPUU Hood, plavi 10 In I
>rd> miKod. Con ba aold aapi
.alilnat Dial 4T1> 1
. itATOR Uaad
>.>a.n* BurnUM rofrUraian
fin00 In food latiramo urdai
ipntad at K R. Iluntr
Ml Broad St. 1
NOTICE
TOOK LAW BOARD
!rom (rftto I
vrr I hov* aa<
.....H
art uiidn for
whKh thai*
.i.-rm-tl.
w \\ii:ii
IIMI AIIOVAI
HELP
HOVSB MAIDOi
ratliasM rafarapoao,
~"- M Oaoroo
rEAt-KKMA f.
ry School lo Ii
.. S. r.^,1 l>fin..t,
rvata School
alno Drt
'III \TIII-.
> ad Enprrlmcatf Amanrm I oily
doom pvaiuon oa coonaouUoal
HrcroUry alao willing to trawoL
i,. XX C 0 AdvotaU Co
MISCELLANEOUS
iHT STOhlr-
TBIft IIJUU1 CilUUI
SatraHO taaar.la.IUa.
I M)i wiahful of rnioriac thii
oMol In lha Sopt-mbry U-'in f 1SHL an
nirancv Examination will ba held at Uw
L.iHa athoDl n Saturday Juno Ilat. bo-
flnPHHl IS o'clarli a m
Appltcajitt moat not ba vouruyn than
twari and n.ofitha ar ohlai than
yoira on data of E*omlwatM>n
FOR SALE
OHaVaWaatlll
-1.(1' Mill < Olf-.. I I It
St Jowoph
Maalr n n Jardaa* Orrwatao
Mi II and Blam* VouraaH
^^^^^a'a',-,%-.'-%*Ja.-,',*^*,*,
Ih..
lor
>i iioj wiuch .
Dor 1U arw .'" to apply fix
mar Iwt fiwnt Call lelapium*
d ii will bo aostad to you Tho
I lha Entranca Eiatninalion. on
i of wh.ch
hip- will b* awarded
SHIPPING NOTICES
PUBLIC SALES
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
-.AlLlNa l'i"i I i "Hi
1 1 COTTICA. istb May, ISM
M s NtsToK. aoth May. Ittt
M . BONAIRE. 11th Juno. IMS.
M a BTENTOR. ITth Juno. ItM
M t>. HEHTIA. 4th July, lfttt
MAILINU TO ton
M t U II.IJIXJSTAI). ItUi Juata. IBM
mum. TO TRINIDAD. FABAMARJBC
AND naiTIBH fir IAN A
8 K COTTICA, and Juna. 1NJ.
M S Nestor. 14th June. 1SA3
: S BONAIIUe. aoth June, IMS
U S HTENTOR. lllh July. MM.
SAIUMQ TO TRINIDAD AND
CVRACAO
| HE9TIA, Jill Ju*. ItU.
a. r avaaoN, son a co. ltd
Aiaata
REAL ESTATE
SHARES -.'. limited number of
DINAPY SHARES In THE BARBADOS
Mili-1 INc: A TRADINO CO LTD. at
El per ahare. Ptoo of atamp duty.
CAKMINOTON Si SCALY
! Wj
The M V "rACIQUl!
lAKIDI will arretii t ar0 and ,
l-.wnpn for St Lufla. Si. ,
Vincent, Grenada, and Aruba ,
Sailina Wianaadar BHb Inat.
Tha M/V "lBA^IfJtA will [
vcept Cargo and paenaoni lo* t
Dominica. Antiua. Montaarral.
Nevia and Bt. Kltta. SaiUnB
Thursday. Sath Inat
The at/V CAJUBBBar' will
accept Carap and Paaiinser* for
Dominica. Antlaua, Monlaerrat.
NevU and 81. Kltta laillns Sat-
urday, m jui
1WJ. ........'i" OWNSB*
ABBOCIATIOV (INC.)
< .....ii... Tata. Mm. WC
Bna-Std* Br.ia. |
M-do a* ft land, well appointed
with three b*d-raoma and all other
Modem Haaaa on W H
r -in undialurbed
Ihr Harbour with three t**
Tlll bath and M
ST. in ;i -i :
SubatanUal Hauf Ml
ii llitda.ru>>. n. lUndnta; i
fl Und r
Removal iSotice
We oaUre to inform our
custofnen tbat on tha 29th,
30th &s 31st, wa shall ba
inoving our of&cea and
itoclu to our new premises,
Lwer Buy Street, foimer-
lj occupied by Ralph Beard,
and consequently will bt
t-'osed to business.
STOKER BYNOE LTD.
Uere'i. TE SH1LJJNGS
for you
Whet are tbase nv* )um-
bUd words'-
'1IIIINS
OTBtJ
r r I- n k t i t -
'WHIT
SO.
First correct entry open-
ed sets the prize.
Closing data May Si, at
12 noon.
Mark your reply "Corn-
petition and teM It to
NEW INDIA
ASSl/KANCE CO. LTD ^
IS Hifh Street
Canadian National Steamships
LIVESTOCK
ALHATkAN rUPW bt' Imported Fedl-
Bi-e Sire Apply K U U Cooper.
Boriland. Bt Peter 1'rione II--"
BUNGALOW -Modem fi.rtii.ni-d Ruraa-
low on St James Coaat. 1 pedrwmi,
t HMIet* and balh.. runnlnf hot nnd cold
tABIer All modorn >onvonlences 1)1.1
ITS ll.B-l.li>
BUNQAIOW Manweir. Coast. Chn.t
Chuirh. hilt* furnished house with tour
bedroom* Good eea balhiiut To an ap-
proved leaani for Ih* monyt of June
Applv Mra. J H Wllhlnton, Phone 1404
tJJi-as
CHANDOS *nd
rtlahed Trlaphona,
A\a ..ii.ie lat June
Ml X
CARDIFF, Maawellrurnnhed e>
cept linen and cutlery For June an>
July Apply to Mr- Damley Gibbons
Phone 1173 Bj53 S
FLAT PULI.V FURNISHED In 'I
Blone House' Balm,.-. I (lap. Ha.i
J tine- Derem bar milK- Dial 3T2B
M 9 53
**>
.. .ii Mtkai,
II Ihe end of .
inn.nr ao
MOUEBM SIOBK AND OFFItV
One mad.rn Slope and one pacio
OfBce at No Swan Btreet Apply
C. L. NIcboKs, No IS Swan Street
IS S tB-4,
ROOM- Fumlnhed room Wlllt hun-r-
fteepina facllnie-. all ninvanlenraa, few
minutes (rim. Aquatk- Club Dial '-
relia Mil bill In
BOOM A
and i>antry i
Apply v.. ,,.
lanie room. Kitchen
|M| 1 Ipal and water
Whilepark Road.
nin nV
It'ASIDE BUNOALOW. al Pain
'"'>, Haalina. fully fumlahad. S bed-
i>". from Juna lit Bale sea balhina
ply fc> Mr. Fred Rttarli
-WlimSANDS'. Bj
fully f.rnlUied I
June For particular'
Uutrtur Oap
Qyctist Injured
MELVIN BROOME (34) of
Chelsea Road, St. Michael, was
treated al the Ccneral Hospital
yasterday morning lor bruises on
his left hand which he sustained
when he fell from his bicycle
which he was riding along Black l
Rock about 8.15 a m the same
flay.
The front fork r.f the bir;
was damaged.
BHOOp MARE Or KLDLNG HUKBE
mind mar* raced as "May loch",
rhooled for polo, well ma., .ared
MO so van ba aoen Balantyne plantation
MECHANICAL
4U4
(.rFTCK KqUU*UENT OrUlnal O
r Addln* and Cnlculolina Mathu
. i.rnnuB Facll Electur Calrulalota 8\i-
ninn Filing Byaffm. Fire proof b.
ir. Bradahaw A Company
X I r.j i l
KA1 JUG H -apaad Bi-yele with
E-NGINE. Apply Marshall Edward.
i.r. RoabuoK auaot. SI >Sl.f.l
MISCELLANEOUS
AhTlytiSB M every deacrlpllor.
niata, China, old J-- i-. in e Hllvar
W.tarcolouro. Early books. Maps. Auto-
graphs ate. at Oontnawa Antique Shop
ad*BjBg Boysl Yacht Club.
Iltt-Ui
AGA-REX COMPOUND
ion, o palatable rr
Iquld Paraffn Price
Ltd
'or Conaupa
iv Einulaion H
- boi. Kniahii
SO i.SS3n
IIKNMUW | DUG MIXTURg"a SBn-
.1 t..ni. which anna, a dos to hi. be.i
id.I.on Buiiabla for dosa of all
aaas and all breed. Prices BBc ,m|
St M Kniahtfr Lid____________Biaa-Sn
"DO-DO" Tableta relievo Aalhma and
im dlAVult hiealhii'i Mil
ihlpmant lull arrived. Kmnin
I i.i
1SS.M
WU'A RECORDS; Clearance*. T
foe SI BO The Traveller. Club. Diod-
sjiaw Building. St Michael. Ran*.
SB SBI
(i.rmal occaslona Prelty droaaea
rt help and cocktail handbag. al
auae nylon -lockings- at the Mod.
Pre-. Hhoppe. n..l Street
km i
Thrre .hops altualad
day* from data of aal
BBSS
ajgah
. M w \i ;
... Dial
RESIDENCE-with ill
lenience, -.intet.lc lor a
>r a Oucal House. For par.
41BB Bl*3--In.
WILTSHIRE PLANTATIONT
ellitighoiu* 'WHITE HAVEN"
St Philip wiUt about SOI -
land made up a. follow,
arable. 7 an
M
,..I1K
1 wood.
. _-tBB, i donkeya und
donkey-cart. Together alao with I.SM
aharea m Threa llo.i.e. Factory Limiled
IwapscUon by appoint men I Phono Hr
A T Skeete. "Renllov" SSS3 Tha
aboil- properly will be aet Up to publ
| far aala In ti.e highest
bidder beyond the appraised v.lue at S
l> in on Friday Ihe Bin day of June 1BU
al our Office. For further partM-uUrs
nnd londlllon. of aal* apply to the under,
signed
CAKRINGTON A SleAIA
Lucaa Btresrl
III 33 5 SB- |lfl
I'NOEK THE SILVER
HAMMER
ala of I- HMeele al Whllrnavcn a
hlllp
BRANKFR. TRilTMAN CO.,
-"I I II II. H Ml
LADY BHDNXY
CANADIAN I'HAIJ J:N.F.H .
IADY NELSON
CANADIAN CHUlSBSt
CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR
LADY RODNEY ......
alia Sails
Mealraal N.'II..
IB May II Mav
30 May S June
B Juna II Juna
an Juna U Juna
30 Juna 3 Jui
II Julp it July
NUHIMMI Nil Aral-
' 11*. CaWnajBi
CANADIAN
CONBTBUCTOR
LADY RODNEY
CANADIAN
C1IAIJ.ENC.ER
I.AUY NELSON
CKN CHUUtEJt
CANADIAN
CONSTRUCTOR
LADY RODNEY
It 4..
May
23 June
S July
14 July
IT Jua*
n Jum
.' .n*
is June
11 July
a July
M July
Juke 11 July
Bt July Au"
GARDINER AUSTIN A CO LTD.-Atnt.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
On Tuesday. THh bv order of 1
Oration Slmp.in we will -ell the Fu
lure al "Le Touquat". Doier Bi
which include. Ulnlnfl Table lo tea
Upright Hush Chain. Verandah and Dsak
Chair.. Moiri. Ru.he.1 Chairs in Bird
Radio and Folding Card Table.. Ulan
. Tea Servlcta. Spoon.. Fork.
Cullery and Ruga, Conaoleinn. Tea
> | nice Cabinet. Dumb Walter.
larders. En.im Top Table.. WesUnghouse
Ret r In era I or wllh n new unit. El*
TOBBBBt and Iron, Single Bedilead. __
Iprlnga, Deep-.leap Mallraeae., Droning
Table, and Cheat of Drawers, Mirror*.
Pillow*. Medicine Che.li. KHciien Uli
II.. Crockery. Good Caledonian Do'
HAIR CBXAM-The
ilv.la Hair Cream Is
-I 94 cents par Jar
New Improv t-l
here al *S cent.
SJSi3- lit
Oven. KeakM and
Cart wheel Bart
I.,.!.>.., fJMBR
weights i .i* i. Boa
nv. Garden Bench. BU
Garden Ti"iLi. Canv
Cot. and many other Ham. Thla Fum
la in peiiect condition.
SALE 11.90 O'CLOCK TERMS CASH
Hit ANKER, TROTMAN % CO,
ABeUooeera-
tt,a4t ag
PRIMUS. Thl. name Is y
ertlScate against Are haaard. Do not
ise cheap Inferior makes Thai do net
>< and which are dangerous Pi
toics uw less fuel aie Ih* most
.omlcal and eflWlenl lypo af cooking
ppcralua made G W Hutchinnori it
co ud a
K
DANCE
II. SI 1.II I
Al UNITED SOCIAL CI.CII.
MarchSeld, SI Philip.
0 lent L> DM Managemem
ADMISSION. I .
Mu.li by Mr C It hi.i-i.i-.
Orahealra
BEFHESIIMENTS ON > ALE
f>tfB>t#a
MADAM IIIIIM
HAIR 'STVLIST RKAi'TV
s< IIOOI.
NO 4T SWAN STREET
ll Pemiane.it Wave
Porrnanenl Wave
Machlnelsss Wate
Coif! Wave
Mud Pack
Henna Pack
Bleach Fack
racial Pack
Facial Maaaaga
Hot M.d-OII rx-i.l
Blue Blnar
Easst
Hair D?e
Touch Up
Bob H^l
Curl
Isldin.
M id Bleach
I .j. BI-.-.).
Lemon Bleach
" and Lalh Dyv
ii i ...i m rna-M
H-t- trala Tf.-i-.i-i |
Hot MuaUrd OH Facial
RtBjB
ESS Shampoo
Mad PBcki
I
t#Baaaiifjs>m
PLASTIC
In aw.ited
KamcoaH f
pla.tl
HAINCOATS
coloui' SIM e
Mi.-- S3 OH
In
i-hlldrei
camera. A. O.
Lid. Dial 31BB
IBS- Vn
- ..T-.. ,.,, (.. 11.* 11.11. I-lrirsrl.
Knilands leadlnf Dally Naw^aper now
arriving in Barbados by Air only a few
days after publication In London Con-
ta.l tan Oala. e/o AdvocaU Co. Lid
1^ .... K.preeentaUvr. Tal llli
1T. ati f.a
I 111
Malts..
imilian n
M MM M
M
iBpaaag ,,
.1 diwim ii-ai.-'
15511 Ii
a dreaa nullon.
|Ma.lli- belt, and <
. Hi... Shoppc. B
beer, bi
Higher
AIIHIVIH
aats)H Shlgneal af U.
POPULAR
B4IM OAS COOHBai
r of these have no. pafl
ohad
of net ihlpmant will ba
... D .. Ihasr.
TO-DAY IM
a cookers.
FOB III VI
Vaiaabat Bumnas- premise, on
Be -ett Btraat -hove Ihe Fo.1
OBn-e with back entrance on Mar-
BtSSa omtains tw >
. ilranaa ri.x... ..id larps ,.*
windaw. Ideally .ulUbtc for any
ctaai of b u.l new, especially a
Drug Hlor. In close pr-i 3 caiklng places and the Ru-
Htandf Alao cool and paclou.
olBce. upstairs over tha premises
rararrsd to above Theae oSVei
a-i buainaaa premisaa will be
ranted aeparaleb o. insether .i>
ras- be oaslred. Apply w
' II YN ROACH A Co. Ltd.
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
in Thursday 3Sth hv order of
.-*. ShiLUme we will sail their fur.
ure at "Lauriston' Straihclyde
which includes
Ic.i.in Dining Tuble .with pti
Bcnsw., Ccnich. Ornament Tables, C
ObMmL Bocken. and Arm Clmlr.. Wag-
gon all In Mahogany. Black Mar bit
Top Table. Pictures, Curtain. Glav
and China. Brass. Silver and Plate.
Ware. Forks, Spoon.. Cutlers at) Han
saree Olaas. large Old China Bow
and Old China Tea Service. Oak Chain
and Hoekers. Single Iron and Painted
Wooden Bed. lead, wllh Springe ami
Mattresses. Dressing Tables, good Mir-
rored Praia, Lad.v. Dnl. yobling
Screen all In Mah.^anv M T Wa.h
I Chamber Ware. Mirrors, Books.
Linen Press Planlers Desk, larder..
B ilrhr.i Tables, Lawn Mower. Cement
\>la. Perfection 3-Bumar OH Btova and
Sal. 1130 o. I.Hk. Tenna Cash
RRANKER. TROTMAN A CO..
AurUaataers.
1JS.Wit.
ri:nso\ %i
credit to rr
ilMaj Wllku
mpon.lhle hr
"iracting anv debt
imle-s by a wrlll.
irebv warned again.t
wile, Winifred in."..
n i as I do noi hold
FRED Al.nF.HT SMITH.
St Paul Ave Bay Land.
St Michael UorUadon
1I1U in
The insbli-

,ii..M .i..iiH
. wife. Unthe d'ibbes
errei as I do net bold myaelf
Wo for bar or anyone slsa con-
acting anv debt or debt. In my name
by a wiltlen order algned b> "
tSgdl LESUE OIBBES.
Wealbi.iv H..a.l.
si. Mlebaal
14S1S In
1 public aie hereby warned a
I .resin h> my wife, Florence
ii.'.- Sargeanti as I do not hoW
ipon.ible for her or anyona
it-ting any dabt or debt. Ii
i.nleaa by a willicit order >
"tad i
DOUG1AS DBAYTON.
Near Crane.
si I'hllip
fr*--*'eVWe'-'---*e*.***e*e*-'-*-'>'e*-'^
MR MILTON BONNETTS J
ANNUAL
I (01 ION HISS DANGi I
X At QUEEN'S PARK HOUSE ^
Ij SATURDAY. MAY 31ST \
;. 1952 ;.
S SIBSCRIPTION: 3fi ^
\
I A|- ,- | Met ir f.ilir-i**' \
OrchfHtra
MEDICAL OFFICER GRADE '' TCBERCLLOMS DIVISION.
111 \ 1. I 11 lil.l'AK I MI.N 1. I KIN ILIAD AND TOasAGO
Applicauons are invited for apDoUetment to the vacant post oi
Medical Officer Orade 'B' TuberculosU Division. Health Department.
Trmidad and Tobago.
SalBTji :
5.280x240S5.T60 per annum. A salary above the miiumum
will be paid if the officer*;; experience Justifies it.
QoilMaallfiaB i
(a) Medical qualification rcgistrable in Great Britain and by
the Medical Board of Trinidad and Tobago.
(b) More than live (5) years' Post-gradual** experiencu s
rii>Klcian, with experience In lha treatment of Tuberculosis and
rjhajtt diseasu>.
Permanent and pensionable.
UtiarMrs :
Not guaranteed, but where available, rant is payable by the
.iflleer at a rate of ten percent (10"*) of his salary. In the case of
an overseas officer who U not provided with quarters, a house allow-
ance will be paid equivalent to the difTeratice between rental paid by
Ihe officer and ten percent (10 ) of his monthly salary subject to a
maximum of Qfty dollars ($S0j per month for a married officer and
twenty dollars (20) per month for an unmarried officer.
Paasages :
Free Ilrst class passage on first appointment for the officer and
his family not exceeding five (5) persons In all in ana case of an
ufllcer recruited overseas.
Subject to review at any lime and not as a permanent right of
the officer, froo passage* on leave after n minimum tour, not exceed-
ing tha cost of a normal saa paasage to the United Kingdom for the
ofneer. his wife and children subject to a maximum of three (S)
adult fares.
Medical Aiti-nt.i-n :
Free X-ray and operative treatment for the officer only.
Private consulting practice will not be permitted.
Mataved ar Appllcalia- :
Applications should be submitted to the Colonial Secretary,
Colonial Secretariat. Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, to reach
him not later than June ;)0oh. 1952.
Copies and not originals of testimonials should be submitted.
1 .M. WCNISON.
Colonial Secretary.
20.5.523n
RAFFLE
in Aid ol Uta
111 XTON MEMORIAL
SCHOLARSHIP
Tito PRIZE DRAWING for
the above will now take
ulave en HaWrday. June 7lh.
Holders of Rattle Books;
.rr asked to return Counter-
foils on or before SatasraUy.
'lay Slat.
English & Shorthand
Would an
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I any other
had
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kind of 'A
Ba rbndo.
like to
ll>lng your most dUTiniM Engli.h .
look with you lo Cornbern
lurday inooni. Whv ru
i k up once a month
C B BOCK
Gaidart MflSBRBSS,
First Patia Fas '-!
Olsun HlU. Ch Ch
KITCHEN CUTLERY OF ALL DESCaUTTION
SPOONS. KNIVES. FORKS. FISH TURNERS. ETC.
Obtainable at . .
THE 4VXTRAL EMPORMUM
Corner Broad and Tudar fllreetM
O*n>0aBsaf>Ba>.ae>0*>OOOaB-VV'J OV/-V)-/r>WJ J B0
Junt .-1 riitfil
APEX HAIR PREPARATIONH
JOHNSON'S BABY OIL
ii v RAZOR m \ni -
PLASTIC BINOCULARS
CLKARSPECStreated UMaaa far keeplni lena j
Spectacles and Glasses riser.
FRESH VEtiFTABLE SEEDS
YOUR DRUG STORE.
THE rosMoroi ir\>
Juit a few yarns off Braad St. In PR. WH. H'y. STREET
Phone: 4441 or ZH1 P. A. CLARKE
BEftTOFMri- FMtlabellaA 1
loewy house and .cll-conljlnad
nnewe with
Main houae has outaide galkerlas,
Urge living room, breakfa
kltchon. 4 badrworna
usual off.. ... -.. i
tiuarters. Annexe conUins large
verandah, living room, kitchen,
7 roomy bedroom., and garage
Gas and electricity laid on
Further detail, on ippltcatlon
*'-" N' I I..... .'
mgA modern bungalow of .tone
conatrurtion on choice corner lite
wllh approx frontage, of 110 ...id
SO fl Pleaunt garden, well laid
old with Sower bed.. BBS*, as-
Crete terra.a w-rrtl n.alura fruit
.red Verandah, good living room,
1 bedrooms with b.nll-in ward-
robes, toilet and shower, modern
kltchon. garage wllh covarad
Bathing and bus within
anl." oust
bR
instruction wtlh evertte roofing,
jrge llvliig ruo.it. gallery. S bed-
rams, kitchen, laundry, a aer-
nta* room, and garage. Fly."
artrlted doors Ihroushout and
mpfct bo I It ... cupboard* Pleasant
Bigjhbourhood and good view.
lerand.ih. garage and aervanta*
quailers Excellent sandy beach
{.nd bathing
PNOFT.BTV. White Park Rnad
Solidly built 1 .tore, house with
" bedrooms, ipaclou* rrccption
and dlrung rooms, slao detached
ansMdH with living room and a
bedrooms Alio.it a acres Ideal
for fl-t., guest noil* or school.
BSTATE BOI'SE. st Thonuuv-
9 bedrooms.
7 enclosed
..ii bill Id i rigs
'oral ston
tonally
F*rtet Modem
3 i
modelling and re-
decoration has Just been com-
i .-'.-.I The i ... of ample
Oi mansion*, opens on lo wide
verandah* with most attractive
eoaeape view. The S bedrooms
..re Sited wllh built-in cupboards
ami also wash-basins, and'the Iwo
bathroom* have II I sTBBSf
(Irmahd n.->i coitlaln* 1 garngao.
large slorerooitis and sen ant.'
quarters, grounds of about V of
an acre are well laid out and
fenced. Mains nnd wall wai
A most desirable and
recomsftandad property
aWBaUSal ll-lhlMI Maxwpll
Coast Very well bnlt .tone house
near co-.i ith spacious drawing
having French windows
faai room, ntle.1 kiMben. 4 double
bedrooau, B-car garoda. aervanU'
quarbyra and pnvala access lo
good beach Thl. properly, which
also Includes u detached and
readily saleable building plot
i>t>resents sslrwinel- sound value.
HFONE BI N'OALOM. Main ItOBd.
W.inhi.ig |] monlh.. old. con-
lrucln>n corafullt nupervlaed
Living room, gallary. 3 badrootna
with washbaims, a-parala UHlet
rnd bathroom, kitchen, detached
ervanta' quartan und garage
.'l.J.Knr..
enclosed b>
louae conlnli
alnlnst
.- BaaMaX 5
and fence Trio
.ines laws galleries. 3 doubU*
ttadroosB*, imposing hall, all usual
clBres. garagas and onUHUadUig.
VILLA BOSA'. Paaaaga Road.
Qta V-rv attractive and cati-
l.ally located (ton* bunxilow with
.....pile csrriag*wa.r on approx-
imately 14.000 ntiuarr> feet Thla
wr.l built tropertt contains a
front nailery large kwnge. aapar-
a'e dining room, a I urge bod-
i ->.. 1 bathroom* and toilet.
p.ntry and kitchen. Good court
OBAMVIUaT Flint Hall
..rny ) *lorey house with galler.
living and dining rooms.



c;
h frt.lt trees and pasture, also
itain. goad building plot on
ner site.
RENTALS
4IYEBAL Fl B.MHli AND
t \l 1 BM.III i. Httl *%*
FOB BFM
BKAL ESTATE AOENTS
ADCTIONXnS
Pbons 4*4*
Planl.ll.ns BuildlnB
9*
- lVEILSOl^'S
CHOCOLATE 1L\US
II SM ARRIVED I
LaWfe Variety Of Flavour.
Obtainable From All Poolers
Got Yours Today
REALTORS LIMITED.
OFFEn
Levelv Blona Houaa. coamprUIng up.ta.rs. thraa badrworna. large living
room, dining room. I toilet, and bath, one with tub bath and hot and
''*' "*atr. gallery. Dow mi* in 3 rpan roovril. kitchen, and dtower room
Mandlnar on approxImetoly Its Arras of land spout lop >aid< from Ctbbt.
lieach Inipect.on by appointment only
BUNGALOW
At Blua Waters. Borklsy. Comprising three bedroom., dining and
living room, kitchen, toilet and large tiled balh Standing on appro.-
Imately it .BOB square feat of land Approximate, t ISO yard* from Uta
f. naoua Rorkie> Beach Thl* buiigalow MS never been lived in. Very
reasonabla price, imrnsdlale possession.
BCNOALOW
Al Rock ley New Road: on approximately IS.OS0 square feet of land.
Magniiye.it view of Oosf Cousm Threa bedrooms, drawing and dinm*!
room, kitchen Downstair*. Oaraga. servant room with balh and tmitt,
- nd enouajh ruom fesr laundry or workshop
BfK0AI4)W
At Rocklav Maw Road. Three badioom. drawing and dining room.
"5" fe*n*r!i 'atlat and bnlh Ail built In cupboard. Very dose to
Sl'iLS?*.?'--J?^.-4*1 vlta*u' P1 ""* *** popular residential are,.
I H IM II I r I.
At Maxwell* Coast Road. Threo bedroom, wllh running water,
combination drawing and dlnlnf room, modern kitchen, toilet and balh.
Gocxl rwaldenllal area Excellent sea bathing A sound Invastmenl at
DM BBtS low reaeev* pn.,.
W TBD AJ.
Al It*.lev Partiv (tone and Uth and plaster compririnf three
bedrootiui. dining and living room, loilet and bath, and a large gallei..
Tha out building* comprise servant, mom and araa* standing on
I pproxlmatety 1OO00 square fact of land Thl. house U Vciv close U>
tl^ famotu Rockley Beach
BIN* ALOW
Terrace. Very Mlracttvaly dewlrnerl Cranprlnng
>atha I" "
: Codrlnaton Hill
room, dining and drawn
alactnc light installed
and baths sttachad, dining
the west and a nice patio lo ine a
i of Und
HCNOAJ.OW
raw tan
At Navy Clardens Throe badrooma. 1
dining and living room, panttp-. kitchen an.
n- yard with toilet and bath Laundry
lovely home, offered al a rorrepetluv* prlcw
and bath*, communal
roonv a ovrvanU roornt
ind gonsgw Ttiu I. a
At Rocklev New Road
ton dining and living ro.
Mew oS Golf Course and o
serranU room down.talr*
BJABJ VISTA
Modern 3 bedroom bungalow with combtns-
l lively open gallery offering inagnllVenl
at line All built In cupboard. Garage -nd
ii. I U SPRAV
w .,** "***1*v BoJ<1 ABBODllnsj lamo... Rockley Beach Best .ro-
b.thlng in Mland D..1ded into three Sat. bringing total rental of tlBLyo
gastaty. Thar* will be many prospective purchaser, for this property
MALTA
At Oibbs Baach. Bt. Peter. Ona storey dwelling house Ttira* bed-
loosna, S tssthroonu. dining and drawing rooms, big gallery facing tha
e* Hum m cupboard. Laundry. I g.irafr*. 3 servant, room*. *. Acre
"tNDOVri
Another love I v
rt* and baths,
i Quarter. St. Petar. Another lovely house 3 bedro
,____.__---------------------------------------J cold water
Outstanding view lo the sea Extensive outbuilding*
'"* *>''. J servants rooms, isundry. workshop. Exlcsiii.a
ih specially .eaectsd fruit trea. Tie peopert. has been well
U in excellent condition Immadlsto poas..ikm Vary low
REALTORS LIMITED.
YOUR REAL ESTATE AGENTS
SPOTUGHTS
THE HOUSE OF THE WEEK
Situate at Rockley New Road. Recently constructed.
Overlooking Golf Course. Moderate Price.
151 152 Roebuck Street.
BRIDGETOWN
Phone N... 4900.


TODAY, MAY 25 193!
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CARI.TON II a in lloiinna Mdin<
3pm Cumpany Miiri|. 1pm tarVa-
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SUNDAV. MAV *. MH >
Hablril al Uiimmi*. Mill AND
BODY
OaNa. Tail
News Leakage ToCommunisIs
LONDON. M..
2.1
British Soiurilj Chiefs hav*
ordered the siuppinn of Icnk
which has allowed the vital detail*
of troop movements and of new
equipment to leach Vw intelh-
gencc sertficeN of iron curtail
countries
Service and reBifental jour-
nala carrrjrlnf those item* have
been available to almoit aovone
Nut 4 few i'.iv.
Ihe wish of the War Orlici K UM
Embitaslea of CotronunWt t-oji-
troiled governments.
An end to thi* indiaciniu.j;-
circulation Is ordered In a conii-
dential letter recently jtfeulat.ii
to all editor- by the Director of
Personal Security
The letter says "All possible
steps should be taken to see that
copies of journals do not re?rn
the Embassies and Legations Of
Russia, Albania. Hulpina. CBacrMV
slovakla. Hungary. PoLunl. Rn-

ni'fiil nermxw" have te-
i .|h' to obtaii
ml ici-hnu-al fcn-
i not *uprlict
CmbaKSies
One method was to ,
:x>ugh certain
tribuUnf EfMocii .
a normal and reasonai:.
surname."
of thi-xe uk'
They include a Icadiu.'
[^.ntlon bookshop, a ml
fncj in ILiifa. a bookshop .n
Ci i-\\mun| the publications i -
it'red were the quarterly journal
ol the Royal Signals, the Royal
Army Ordinance Corps Journal,
nnd Army Equipment Review ami
l.-Kimental. Journals of unn, in
the Par and Middle East.
Another method WsU
direcl to the editors HCUntl
iryini this recently hava been
: nod '> laaVJudc Foreign OfPcir
in Jakarta. Initoncsia: civlH

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Foil 50 years Goodyear tyrc-
buUdinj methods have set
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why Goodyearthe original
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their tyres more stamina,
more non-slip road grip, more
downright reliability, than
you get with any other make. >
: By fitting these high-
mileage, trouble-free tyrea
you can bring your running
costs right down low.
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Ram Brown bvlla and s
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BUant araUaa.
Band prMlicr. will I... hrld on Uondav SB. Wed H and Thur
uniform will he won. lor all band a**c*Kr* unlll aftar O*
Paradr
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Th* Itrgimantal Sport* will br nrld on Baturdav ~ '
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Surfacers. thinner. Peroalaetic
Varnish, Metal-primer. Sealers,
Peraa Exterior Forest Green and
Boaver-brand Paints all colours
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Zephyr Six
\ grwt car to know, a superb car to own. this n.w
'Zephyr Six'* Powerful, smart, super-fast, it com-
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1eamed-up with iU sister-model, the Consul', the
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restful. rttaMtng.
front Whsal Sutpeniion; built-in
r tnitint-actrtfl tmowh-ttoprlnx Hydraulic Bra-n.
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IfJMUL CCUl!
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the best oil your money can buy.
Preserve the value ol youi car, S
by Using Esso Extra Motoi Oilf
Mcause it contains:
1. "Special Inhibitor"
-prevents corrosion of alloys.
2."Oxidation Protector
-avoids oxidation of lubricant;
3. "Special Detergent"
fights carbon and varnish deposits'
4.
"Unequalled High Viscosity
Index
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TRAFFIC
SUGAR BONUSES
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nfi I. ran 'AW.-.-.- '.:.:..:
I Aurteul- ,i,,<| |i, , lal,l ..ul >i r ,. -
"' i ..i,.n..i.,i, r...r.m.i,i,i si.. In C.rlnlo Bay and .ilant Kncnd ,
Ur, ,mi ,ri-S h virgin. '""""" ">
B .W U1W wp WW ,. __ , ,..... ..ls..r. .,d
in Ih. various rainfall rauaorira n"on "n ,nc rf,rct '" '"' !. r.itmn* k- ot lunar BOW an.l
.1 ih. bland. Ih.- total nvcr.gr dcaoa or ,imnn manor nn ranf ,, Hui.. c~. cm _, ,_ ._,,
'"' """" ,r.l. ,1. .... ... T> am. of our I
total to ...... rwo, .-.
April IHM. ul. 7JW niche* ami .loal\ nilgs .ina /*m* r,n pukrti. RICO
,o for April for the- pan In Canerlelds {.""a^ki'Io*"
rh* ConllrnutUon hai now toon ,,,.,,,.r^,. i'n.
Irani both thr o *.. vi una.n. a arou. a
'"' I-nilcl Klnttiom and United "?"* ,*":'*"' P
,1 America that the anla J,..,
\rron\ci ,.r,. known I :. feni
ma-i
w.v/wv.v.v^.v.vav.'.'/vi'iv/.v/.'.'. ,'.v.v.v/rtw;
H
tt.bh-rrt
January to Apr!'. 1S2
- tl ior th*
i : ruling period for ltM Ml
t total I
. a red at a
ii of Si
I W M

oat feeding
bug* and lhat the mi
found damaging cane
Home area* in Barbadi
to a genus know, in -
jury I
mealy
ly bug
Ill-VlS ifl
brio: i in
St. * u
Weed Ant Control
\?*r.l. the Wood
id. Inspccloi
: i.c ui i ; rim r ii "
r.n PirjPTo mm
rirr 1.. tl MudrhiK
I in. Miriam r .*! h
I
. ii. Jordan
i r VARTisiqui:
*.in,..,i4v c r.i.(iii *
Pm t kiit-4 e m>n*r
not drawing on I
I>i Mill Stock do
, mit the four bonus**
tUM ir. -nin | remind him lhat those four
i bonus** take a* much In sugar a*
the total of th* gJIOMMOi
i
ery trwiea? '
Mi. Wll
bonjse*:B.I'.P.
Ant
examined four Gov-
tl ;,lh B lUdinga, ( ',,., "! v.iriou (ane Held* :
deeliniiiK. i condition nol uniawal on : c M In BOim areas, th*

i <*r% number of wocd
nests found ". J ivrkm
>' (liavi nnlr.il. J I
.....
J. U J.mc. J
, 1 1 ..,
us*.



g plant cj
i.-l rondi-
I
_.lining to
i moisture
on the m.irket during the
. ii vi ry limited

jlHirlage ol p4ntll1| r> |l
't . ini Aurieultiire

' in t .m | ISkaptd ranalield* I* p' Criia,
high.
Ilolaniral
Aupi-ixiniately 30,000 lint year
rcdUnasj ,ire growina in pou. at
- i and arlu be tram-
the Held during tho
m.'i.th of May.
i i ilings ot B. 49 Series
Ukg !( net Ye-r Seed-
til at Henley and Clifton
QfM raloons. On tho
-if these triali, two seed-
. mts h.iv. been dmcarded on
cci in ( their poor pcrforman-p Mi
toona, Ci seedling which Pro*
month "d aB Dlanl
outatano'.ng results
DFI'AKTVKCM on Thurntay
lor ANHGUA
I) BnpIUIr l> ITUaM Wi1m.ii M'l
Wlltun. D Uum. % Lum
| 'VlfAD
L**M i a h c a
iaM.au. V Mltchliipon. C rlu*i. I
UfcH. J !"" r, K HUU H H "
Scout Notes
t II. O'Nrale, A^.>t'
lion >>fllcer and formerly
np Scout master of the St. Lucjj '
Church Group, with the approval
MR. A MKS. KISNI.rii
HARDING
ret)ue*l Ihe | .-,'
theft
Wl tl ll\\(i
-.1 thr Children Goodwill
tLracue (Sllr II |
' 'i, SATL'ltUAY NIOHT
31st MAY. 1952
UMOHIONi XI-
Mii.,. as*Mr Sidney Mien'
Orchestra
cent:. Oft Side.
S*&*i~SnZ ''rhi"Ao.l-Ar C-immMo
..iMl sweet ,.d.__, h_ -skpn io rori. nan i Area oi D\s-
wto f.r SH^ISS > Sam-.- ,-r-- of Ibi IS
i*3nai ir-dlati con '"" '" P-npantion. wuh wf|w| f|om m Apra
onimi lhan *>n* Plant cane trial at totlage Mr. Ilumphr-% \\..l.,..t
.atataMt*. ?^_?I*!?^^'!y^9'_ Urn OOm and tonnorlj Cub
...iiftinmcd. only U.4INJ gave tf ,,., of ,. Group I
ollnK nn otitslunding vield. and the |>-5| wllh ,hl Rp|jro^l of
th* m-iiith. Kiallty of thi. was v*ry commissioner. been appointed
_, Area or Dtstrfd aVOUtmatttl nf-t'ic
The t, '*'o Firm Haioon TrUls were Midland Area with effect from
11 udvauccd ,: '" '" the low and one in 24.&.ftl
by the end tum :..u nunfiill iirea. B. 4738 was out- Mr. Aubre> Bul^i.-Smlth.
which --finding, greatly uu'yielding ;iiT Resident Tutor "( i<< Bxtra-
fill iii April Stun ! .:.' tried. It has a Mural Depart nw-nt of the
appb'ii muriate >>i p lash during i.mK tt'>od juice. B. 4744 and D. slly College of the West Indioa,
. -.ith.
Cot I on
T.ic COtton close cfivBOn began
.>n 1st m i] Thoaa ultivaton.
nol previous!) done .
pulled up and destroyed their
ptanl rwidues during the month.
Thi- Peasant Aurmiltural ln-
4T419 gave yields nimilar tu (ho** his nccepteo" the Island I
liven by the standard varieties, sicncr's bnrlUUon to baoonM
Both bad quite good juice*. The Commljislon i (M the B
i ile quality I I B 47380 was out- Area with effect from 24.5.52
standiiiu in till?, trial, nd the ., ,
MEM vield was not far below M.' I*ouglrs-Sm.th has had ex-
perience as a Scout and Warrant-
In the trial in the high rain- e !,ru,cr '" EnIBlnrii Bnrt hold*
lk>- tnlwcll V/ix\ nadge
thi
t< d B78 peasant hold- trig* to -' fcpfil 'ld of ratuon can*, but the mlcg ^ gr-rrcna T J Furlev 1
Burins tin Pni Q'ality for the irim tinu;_ was ,uh .supeT.niend...,! Mlntstir, BeSil
ul the act- a* ffI f* that of B. 37101 Methodist circuit, has accepted
ing S.in.-i Peasant Agricultural 47419 also gave a good yield ,n<. [sljllll) ,,,sltl mvlU-
Inslriii li i paid their lirst vlsil <** J',,0*'n '"-ne w,tn *a lu,ce tion tq become Assistant Cro-
of UupoeUon to the Khool fW- ""''"> mlssioncr for St. MichaelWest,
_ in the Northern An*;., with effect
One ********* il ! from HAM The Oroupi under
KeodaJ was also cut. Here B. hti ^pen'is.on will ^ the James
4b364 gave the heaviest yield of s,rM., ard cn Memorial Church
aloon cane, and has a fairly Groups. Mr. Furlev was until re-
*ood Juice. If. 45151 gave the ,-ently I Dtatrlcl rnmmisslnncr
i.-\t heuvlest yield of cane. Thi* m si. Vincent,
variety ha* an excellent Juice.
IM HM Cafjai are thin
h C'o-operntive Offlcei
iltended S meetings of co-opera-
. .,i tor the annual
eumpctiiion bald In
with i- Aarkultural S......ry'i
annual exhittll
Th.< i"'..>i numbei nl
g| Hi.- ii! BUI il Ihe end of
ling roung
stock bora dtmnK the month.
Four hundred and ll** i
milk ivcn*
Head .il voiin-j lock old .1V(. ,.,,,,, n A|)-n| ThpBf.
' * i.s follow*. St Barnabas Co-
Four hund.ed and RUteei ., m., ra*stlh| Sorietv -4.
stud ervtcsa weiv paiH fOd It j.,., Willll CoHHMratlvsj Savings tinned Fund. All Gr
the Stations durlnc the month. Steles} I. Christ Church Co- *s"st by sending their
These wcie as follows:hulls ..perativc Producers' imd Market- '"rcct to Mr. I.ynrb at th
FARM'M FOR FINLAND i
FUND
We have received a t'.,m -,t frornl
Mr. L A. Lynch for dnnati.m- fumi
.Seoul Group.- tu thi ..Imivc men-
iqM
in, bucks
hpai M
tan, 74 and
Bocieta 1. A public meeting. "'Ih fsChool
1 under the ausnicei
Co-opersjuva Tradu
tu l.i under the ausptce* ol The
--i.,n-i\ is ii(tdresed by tie Co-
ojteratlve Oflleer on ihe subject.
<-. -.; i-iali..,, *ith special rof- n n-p rrt i
*nce to_Co-operative Develop- U.W.I. I rUOC UrilC
Avlre^ses Hrln
Fnlyinolottiral
The number oi inotti liorti
vm naraaltea bred In April wag
7V.U4U.II0U. of which a 1<>1
l^J5.uoo waf available tar ttfc*- iriani la BrsUati Guiana*' During
(ributinii The total bred in the ihe month, the Co-operative .,-,,, v*tt
lory go far this year Ii OCBcer als- met the n.anag*m*nt v,at Crlonv s exhibit It I*
140.554.000 and the number committee of the Chiiat Church huge case of tabM teeth made by
liber;.ted U 131.73S.O00. n-opeialive In-otlucers' and Mar- the Myemon Tenth Company^
Factor) count! ol CUM joints kctinit Society [or thf second lime factory .t I jivaiitill*. It is the
a bj moth borei araM hmI assisted in bringing the first tim, display rrom thi* fac-
ccmplclcd during Apnl and the Sociely'i; accounts up-to-date lor^- has been seen at the Fair.
a tat*
I
icsuli-
ilfacloiily Iik. amount
borer dan
Field exi mutation <' i -
p'ani cine and of cane awaiting w
.i
Count i | tnolh borer egg* bi'
I lid in plots at Codrmgton and It
i.r amouni of paiatlHam by au
Trtchoirjinma were CCaOUmiod In
Registration
pi .ati.nn for the regl*-
' .....i -t-npi-i itlve
race ead dining the month. !_
lnn. tho ,..,.1 now un.lc, mJ SHL'VSS"
l.r.it.on l.v tie Rcgi.tra, .., :. "niLi d,. ,,,
J pjoW tha, ,l,oc I SSmSi A no -it.
Lietics w.ll be registered early
M i>
nidiid'; traditional industries
re also rcpn-sente.1 by a display
* sugar and rum, loajilhai arlta
i model nf an ->il wlr and pic-
tures of the asphalt lake A huge
bunch of pink an'.'unian lilies.
Irondoii from
front nf
< ghlblt Is ..
*te*l band )>inK-(>nw winch was
Jcfi in Bniam by ih.- Trinidad All-
Stat i nreuastori Orch< tn sftai
tti '.'in |ai .. iitiu i
Bsurbi ...,.,
a big display of bOfUM Of mm ..f
HV I
Al,,r,n ,.. .,.,. h^rowc- ,,,.,,,,,... I, ,.., j5 CSlS '^uo:'
prkM 10 planting in 1951 waa ex- of the Co-operative Oltlcer to in- oul cmptv lls vlMtD
Though struct the ollieer. of societie In gnomted to And Hum and .....*r
there is no damage t" voung ihe keeping of such simple also make up the hulk of v
doe U) I ..counts and rec-rdK ai may ! p!.t> ,m Rhsj VTlndwai I l-lai.t
there is *o far mi evidence iircsaa rj exhibit.B.C.P.
K.--------- \a --------- A ""n"''*1 numb, i ,>i standard
oot Horer And Bmril ., itM() b(tokh p( accounts at0
HVrdniick Coulrol ,.lt ,, >*. US(. of ,.p.
The growth if young cane in ..,-eral.v,. societies. Il la hoped ,.,. ,,;' '", ,
tin ib ,..,..!, ..-,,.. ..I. ,.kc . .;:;:, "
" ol UMia M will i. the bushier- -
THE ASCOT
SHOES
AN
IRISH
LINEN
SUIT
ONLY $36.00 EA.
Ideal for the Tropia

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10-13 BROAD St
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. ited with British Pootwear of th*
hiagheai (Tiki
1. Selected ti| per leathers
2. FnitHsh bend soles
:i. Comlort-Fitlinij Snles,
1. Style and Crufiniansiup
Wo have In stock a wide riM ol then
hiRh i^radt' shoes in Brown Willow. Full
Brogue, Black Box Full Brogue. Brown Per-
forated Casual*, and many styles in Brown
and Naw Suede*. Price ranging from $19.10
to S27.67.'
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INSULATING u M.I.lit i Mill
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Buy a Carib (the finest beer brewed
anywhere). Carib takes this
opportunity of wishing good luck
and good sailing lo the Tornado
Association shortly meeting the
Trinidadians. And why don't you
attend the grand lotsa dance lo be
held at the Crane on Saturday 31st
May there'll be lotsa music, lotsa
dancing lotsa fun and of course
lotsa Carib.


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