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The Barbados advocate
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U.K. EARNS £20 MILLION ON W.L RUM

U.S.A. Gives Puerto Rico’ wimeunm |“ Will Discuss Sale
All Rum Revenue) vn. Offensive | | Of Citrus Fruits

W.I. Committee Chairman | Slows Down F nae
are | aes a rom West Indies
Has F ears About Canada— Determined Cotfiltianist resist- (From Our Own Correspondent)

ped on the eastern sector of the
e orean central front tonight | LONDON, May 29
W T lowed a the whole United : : "pyaai
est Indies Trade Nola cae ame kat ‘THE SALES of West Indian citrus fruits and
juices on the European continent and in Can.

LONDON, May 29 limited gains during the day.
APPREHENSIONS as to the future of Canada-| in ios arose in coe ee wy ada in the face of Government subsidised American
competition, will be one of the first subjects for

in most areas in spite of a check

West Indies trade were expressed by the|â„¢ the east central front where
discussion at the Seventeenth Congress of tlie
Chambers of Commerce of the British Empire to be





a a crea te

awe

Chairman of the West India Committee, J. M, Du ronlve ule ih een et
Buisson, at the annual meeting today. Tae,

‘ An indecisive clash i
He expressed the hope that the British Gov-| on, but the full allied strenath had

ernment would forthwith take steps to remove
restrictions on imports from Canada into the
British West Indies colonies “before irreparable

not been brought to bear in this
area,
Communist resistance was again

lightest in the extreme east where |

South Korean troops maintained

held in London next month.

Two hundred and fifty dele-
gates representing 35 Common-
wealth territories will attend for
talks beginning on June 11 and
lasting one week

House Pass

harm is done.’’ their advance north-west of Yang- |

Canada, he said, had long been a very good friend to| yang and United States’ troops
the British West Indies. But there were signs that disrup-| 0" their flank pushed 6 miles
tion of trade between the two in what was assumed to be| P't"ward above re ter
intervals of dollar conservation, had induced Canada to ee

look to , é .
pete Ftc ged edule See ee HENRY MILLER, the Jamaica skipper jumps and heads out from « dangerous corner kick against his

“THE clatvne oF Wee Wee eye eeees was clear, | West German Govt. | team i yesterday's game vs. Sparta:

colonies to the utmost considera- e - _ : sal
oharmantar neat eo | Lords Will) SendsNoteTo Allies) | 9 som bed

The chief West Indian delegate
is Mr Alan Walker, Managing
Directer of two West Indian

| Sugar firms, and a member of the
Inccrperated Chamber of Con

merce of the West Indies He
told me today that at the earliest
cpportunity he would bring to the
notice of Congress the attempt b\
America to circumvent imperinl
preference, an attempt which was

Britain Prepared Deb Raed seth ee tly ane

juices, particularly grapefruit

Waterworks
Proposals

The House of Assembly yes-
terday passed a resolution to ap-
prove the Book of Reference and
Plan of the proposed extension
of the Waterworks in the parish
of St. Michael

Mr. M. E, Cox (L) moved ine
passing of the Resolution. He said
that it was just a formal one in
Which there was a proposal to lay
a 4 inch ciameter cast iron pipe
from the existing main of the
Department at the Pine Esti
along and under the Pine E

























it must be remembered that almost BONN, May 29. |
everything they produce is either s } The West German Government At the ‘nt the Americ

a dollar earner or a dollar saver. Investigate today handed a note on the Saar Li C T Mi , e ° ° aires cae Searles e, Hae Se eens

y “4 s 5 Government pays to the United

The dollar situation can only be nm oa ine a aliona isation a eeeaonet - eitrws bin

steps which have been taken,” | | f ; | western allied Governments EASINGTON, Northeast carts n of rapetrult juice. ,

. ; Se LAS 4 N, Northea é grapefruit juice expo!

The year which began with | re garne The note was handed to John} England, May 29, Of Persian Oil ed and one dollar on fresh grap

Black clouds of gas and a, 300 id e r truit

many uncertainties had ended J, Me Cloy, United States’ High

question to the Allied High Com-

worsened by the continuation of mission for transmission to three






astate

with most of them unresolved. In Commissioner. In his capacity as | vards thick wall of rubble tonight Representative of leading firm [Housing Scheme private land for

some important respects they had (From Our Own Corresponden() this month’s Chairman of the} barred rescuers trying to reach LONDON, May 29 imperters told me today that thisfa distance of 100 yards, and f\x

increased rather than diminished. . LONDON, May 29. High Commission he was believed | 63 entombed men in a coal mine Foreign Secretary Herbert Morris : { ay -B stain | Subsidy particularly on grapefruiifthereon 2 standpipes and 2 fire
Especially is this so in the case Central figures in the drama at} to urge western powers to prevent | here. oreign Secretary erbert Morrison Bald today ritain | juice made it very dificult to scl [hydrants

of the sugar industry, the foun-|the resumption of Commons this{any measures anticipating the At least 14 other miners were was prepared to consider settlement of the Persian oil dis- | West Indian produce in Europenn} “The cost of the proposed worl

dation on which the whole econ-|a@fternoon following the Whitsun| final settlement of the Saar ques-|slready known to have lost their pute which would involve some form. of nationalisation | countries and also in Canada
























: h he said was estimated to be
emy of the British West Indies|recess were Lord Reith, Chairman] tion in a Peace Treaty. ilives in the explosion whieh “provided it was satisfactory in other respects.” Hej “We are constantly pushing Wesi fs) 150,00,
colonies was, and must long con-|0f C.D.C. and his predecessor Lord] Chancellor Dr. Konrad Aden-| ripped along the mine’s narrow described this aualifieation as “important.” Indian canned juice he said.t” Mr. J. 1. Wilkinson (EB) said
tinue to be built. Trefgarne. Seated six or seven|auer will report to Bundestag| galleries at dawn today. One Repeating Britain’s offer to negotiate with Persia. he ‘but of course American subsicly Finat st. Michael was not.the only
“The position at the beginning|feet apart in the Peers’ Gallery,! (Lower House) tomorrow on the|ociher .man was brought out ae ee hte pest Atty an wee 4) 5 r ee means that American producers parish in the island which wanted
of the year suggested that at}they listened to a surprise an-|contents of the note during the | seriously injured. Said she could not accept Persia's right to repudiate con-| can undercut the prices all th water. All other parishes were
least we should be able to count}nouncement that an inquiry is io] debate on the Saar. : tracts. ye fer. [suffering throtigh the lack of 'b
on a whole output/take place as to whether Tret- Reuter. An official statement this eve- - This statement made on the Phe ane qué wae, Oh DE good water stipply as :
of sugar within the limits pre-jgarne did or did not keep his | ning said 78 men had been trapped pening day of the House of Com- | ences and citrus exports trom "ict e t sere at ¢
scribed by the Commonwealth! Board of C.D.C. fully informed. by the explosion. Red Armed Band mons, summer session, was the | West Indies is likely to ag oaa stichast bea lates babar
Sugar Agreement in preferential] The fact that the controversy ; ‘ This meant that 63 men wete first. official“: conftiintion “that | Odssed In Comite Bay ee the must bew tie hoheuitts era
markets, even though of course.|/has arisen on a subject between Hardstaff Hits still missing 250 yards below PI j sienee KF . |Britain had told Persia she was | the report will then re sul mitted must beg the honourable mem-
more than a quarter of it ‘vould the f ‘ Ch : oS ee 1 fe ground unc 4 ring arms prepared to consider nationalisa- to the final plenary ‘ lon ¢ yor in charge of the resolution
have to face severe price com- hekk ae tine B Sea ae ek viaween L& ° : tien ; Congress where it will be con-fnot to forget the otner parishes,
As S oar’ sclos . ; * on. idan i “a « inv tp mile oles & Kin Ak
petition. Recent developments |), the Minist ae ee a 151 vs S. Africa Hopes for these men were! In North Brazil i Motrison said the offer to send sidered and adopted ith ony doarticularly St. James.
seem to threaten even that expec-| >). 1, a aoaet Bee aren ty diminishing and beginning 10, 29d@-) go 4 é "special ‘ministerial mission to| Modifications, which may br) He hoped that thoy Sere going
7 x5 Colonial -Affairs, Mr. Dugdale, NOTTINGHAM, May 29. the siiiement Kald. G > resetie! 5 . yANRE a's hte es Pabeican ote Ain thought fit to pay attention (6 Cxtending the
tation. ; ; the stiiement said. Grimy reseu RIO DE JANEIRO, May 29 Persia still steod “if that would : I
when speaking in a debate on the, The match between Notting- + aeeinnd on aa coat nal Aon crore ee 1 r | Complete reports and recon: [water supply all over the island
Rude Setback Arinual Report of C.D.C 'hamsbire and the South African4 t2's cavipped with oxynen mask A Communist armed band is at-| help”. mendations tram -Congtéss on thie!” ie upply all over the islan
‘ H : a D.C, | teen ‘ . é ad trout 4 dead [ xe] tacking ndering , > ; ; eee ations ng ess oO Mr. W. W. s) said that
“The strong hopes too, which Dugdale recalled that recently cricketers ended tamely in a draw had rought out 14 le na EPR A png and plu idering through Aiter giving the House a sum-j; and other problems will be citefiy on W rn (E) sale yet
had been centred on the cigar in-li, the House of Lords, Trefenarne here today after the touring side |°*! losion area by early this even-} cut a large area of the state of|mary of recent developments in| cylated to Government to all was time the Government te
ah dea ‘ Ley in 1 ne House of Lords, Trefgarne - ees y ing Bahia, north Brazil, according to|the dis > Morris aid Paerye ‘ 7 j them what was happening in the
dustry have received a rude set- \ 1, discussing th situati had gained a first innings lead of > 5 1e dispute Morrison sac Empire countries as soon ag the
back. To-day, that industry is wi en iscussing e s tuation nla Naval ha Ee fsap.y arising from the Gambia Poultry |* f sae " «hey were still hacking their way | from San Salvador, capital of that] sti] is. that the Persian Govern-|- : throughout the island were in the
faced not only with the disap~[6/) had intained that ail! _Fimal scores were : South Africa a tat jstill is, that th rsiar t ]
pearance of the vision of that : taint inf Pettit wed ethene os 304 and 176 for 2 wickets lina ws Dealer at SDs OF a Baae Th aa tht t fa nt have hitherto not seen fit ¢ ; ‘ same position with regard to water
increase in trade which could only| terial information was, in the Nottinghamshire 297. _ ‘[in an attempt to reach any trapper] PNP and was at Aust thought 10119 respond in any way to their re-| Nations Must Get 1s they were years ago
have been made possible by a words of Dugdale, fully re- . s live. ns rmea = by rerugec from peated suggestions of negotiation, ' They wanted to know the cause



" “a Joe Hardstaff scored 151 and be-
substantial cut in the penal rates| Ported to the Board”. Some mem-| |,10¢ ihe highest individual score rt rmed “ Ss i

‘ r ; ’ . rs ¢ tmictiy | CF § dual s ; ver unct med repo aid that . § : } > ¢ yes
Uniten Kingdom, but on. ea caisauaa Te maintain they, were | aaltist the South Africans on this : nunists engagea| Merely their intention to proceed Ack quat Sup]

\ , tour, beating Denis C ‘'s 147 in carrying out a plan reported to | “laterally.” | +
this severe disappointment, it is|Pot fully informed. A request] forthe MCC. at Lote ; re t have been worked put by positing | .“His Majesty's Government! Charles E. Wilson
now threatened with the removal] was made for an inquiry into the) ~ qyardstaft batted Six hours and Gromyko Urging {Communist leaders to disorganise | Could not accept such procedure
ef a .substantial part of the] matter. ; au

" drought ckened regions, How-
—-Reuter , eit = but on the contrary have indicated

of the delay, whether the Gov
ernment was unable to get pipe
to carry out the scheme

It was hoped that after the
appointment of the new head ot

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. ten minutes and he hit ene six and rural life throughout the country, |%2¢ they believe that their atti- WASHINGTON, May 29 the Waterworks that the system
existing market which in spite of , iS fours > thus impairing delivery of essen- | tude in this matter is generally United States Mobilisation | would have been extended within
high duties, it had contrived to dete Siacestion the The South Africans used thei: N.A.P. On Agenda tia’ food supplies ' recognised and understood Director Charles BE. Wilson to-day Jaq reasonable time Much time

ot ‘ te ey ecretary ate or ie a, ‘ articuls 2 ave Pe “fe . yencies » & na .
retain in this country. : ol Odlonina Ate, “CME “having second iniings to get in some vers PARIS. May 29 stetvadtaunlsinéd=Ahe “bana had li In Date ulat they have noted ordered ae fence ag nete 3 \ . » had sed and the public wa
We find the rum _ industry Meulted— ‘Lord +S lusetul batting practice on the the. Western Deputies toaday | altacs with satisfaction that the United}sure “adequate exports of scarce [stil] awaiting a real extension of
_ ¥ 7 1S > ; relgarne w ™ : ‘ e, UTI Che attacked gsevera 1 vil > State. pes » ave s . “ pe’? os ol ant S| 4 ar
forced to. struggle on in the face a Ute ee i OE eee wn? | ground where the First Test will | conti anid Ah ake alte i te dG saab fore Daas ie Stee States Government have spoken ]supplies” to nations allied again the system,
of a ruinous import duty rate aa a hte eae e suggestion’, | he played ihG Soviet delegation 4 dh to at oie - aS JOSE L SN . °' | publicly against unilateral cancel- | Communism In Christ Church where many
i i ' i in} Mr. ale c : “has : : sation to ag Oo au active mmunist ider- ie mertius ale f ~~ de ; ee ‘ an}
which is stubbornly retained in| Mi. DUBdale contin ed: oo cis| Eric ROwah batted with great {a meeting of the Foreign Ministers! ground member Reuter | {ation of the contractual relation-| In a formal policy declaration, |vijiages had sprung up in recent
spite of its obvious relation to} asked the Lord Chaneellor to ap-| ascurance to score 95 including 13 on ite bane of ihe-odfeement aloha i Perret ship and action of a confiscatory] Wilson directed the United States oars there was great sufferin
declining revenue returns. “At}point a person with legal experi~| sours in “just over three hours. ready reached, a western spoke i j nature to promote the adoption cf similar |in-ough jack of water. Ch
least we might have expected that}ence to conduct an inquiry into —Reuter. man said a i | ‘His | Majesty's Government] measures by other countries Churet “one tie ied thick RS crea
opportunity which would both|/relevant facts in this matter”. Andrei Gromy) the Soviat! * ~ earnestly hope that wiser counsels, Mandatory means, such as pri lated A sah fter St. “Mic Roel
have benefited the revenues of the} The name of the person selected De} ute: matiteined aid avkaelent | Air Commander taking full account of the danger-Jorities and delivery directives tof) | Sap ron ti wm i ge oa ah ree
United Kingdom ond ot the 2i is to be announced later, The B il l Ss that the North Atlanile. Treat ‘ lous potentialities of the present] United sites producers, shoul ae Foss 42 re Ae a ‘earn as
time assisted West Indian colonies] surprise of the House at the an- oUtor , ee t \ S devenatin ‘| So 6 “ill , situation will prevail in Teheran |be used when necessary to make me : m water at
and would have aes yeenae nouncement was added to by the ” 7 - ak. oe te ee nt frome lo U.S. and that negotiations can be initi- [certain that friendly powers re- viene t one ahi in ian
with open arms. Indeed we might] fact that Dugdale kept it till he mi > fe ney ni ated in an atmosphere of reason | ceived materials needed to support ages anc enantries of Mi
have been pardoned if we hac|haq answered one pt two points Sugar Producers renter ‘ ‘i rOKRYO, May 29 and goodwill,” Morrison said cefence programmes and basic{ Parish,
hoped for much more. of Cfiticism levelled in the open- , United States Air Chief.tn th —Reuter. | comestic economies, Wilson said Mr. J. A. Haynes (E) said that
P Ri ing speech of the debate by Con- LONDON, May 29. aa war Lieutenant - General In making such allocations all he too would like to add hi
Compare Puerto Rico % ’ Fresh from his sugar talks in| ‘J’ 2 D farle Partridge disclosed to-day ecautions must be taken “to} quota to the debate. In the parish
; ; se ts - ‘ ‘ ; precautions must be aken ) 4 I
“For the United Nations have ors ube The. ee: saree the West Indies, Arthur Bottom- Zroop Movemenis hat an Air Commander operati! Police Tighten Up prevent shipment or transhipment|of St. Andrew, they got a com
all the same aims and high in o ~tley Secretary for Overseas Trade \ ‘from Okinawa had been replaced 5S to the Soviet bloc of war poten-}munication about five month
priority among them is the sol- Gr thausakn ot a "Gon ano s§ to-day met representatives of the Are Dangerous loecause his Command had not Sac it M sea i ‘ tial materials and products.” ago saying that pipes were avail-
emn undertaking to regard the Dugdal ia. h , poration./Commonwealth Sugar producing dodeeh : i contributed sufficiently to the air} SeCCUPI y Vieasures cmaaiae bable Riad eglaben nik ag tad: 0
interests of non-self governing , Dugdale said the unique achieve-} oguntries. A Board of trade JERUSALEM, May 29 | way as . commend two suitable areas whet
territories as paramount — this;™ments of the Corporation in cwe spokesman said he repeated the| [stael has warned “‘intereste: The officer was Brigadier - Ger BELFAST, May 29 these pipes could be put dow:
being the word used in the short years had been due in very) assurance given in Barbados at{ Partie about the danger in un-lera, Luther Sweether, Command- Police here, tightening security They immediately did that, |
charter. large measure to the Trefgarne;the Regional Economic meeting.|Prececented troop movements ix f :

: 2 7 2 wing, who has been sent to the extensior vere being made
rum duties reveals a marked|/Reith, Dugdale said: “in him we|surances the spokesman added|™Moshe Sharett told Parliamen : ; ons were b mac

| yl on
3 pee. er of th 52 Light bombardment afeguards for the week-end visit { ‘ » - : y . co a aie a
“Unfortunately, this matter of|drive and initiative. Of Lord) Apart from these specific as-|Arab countries, acting eae ian AG Geek cae to el ae King and Queen, today de- t alian Ae ds Losing up to the present, no
United States for stig ca tained 13 suspected members ot
contrast between the conception |have a Chairman whose great and|that Government remained fully | tonight. | tags -



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the terrorist group IR.A. (Irish Council Elections It could not be the la























































4 t : ‘ ' ‘4 a signment - - * the lack of labour he
of the United States of America|successful experience in ruhning| committed to the Commonwealth He was opening the debate on) ener Partridge’ formal | @publican Army) Skeet 1: caller pet Sar is Soe
and that of the United Kingdom | public services will be of inesti-|Sugar agreement. This provides|the Syrian-lsraeli border dispute.| 9 ve aid. usince there rhe men were rounded up it bicianan te R ME, I ny 29. at data ain aneoe
of what is required m giving mable value. He has begun the)that if sugar is unrationed in} _sharett said the Security cm Fein ether position in the Far FE cares 3 pepuyh ran: argue, Ce Uk Hiatetity over Covatntist "i ip be onls too glad to work
practical effect to this high aim.|present task with characteristic| Britain in 1953 and consumption|¢il resolution of May 18 which ca fk hich | Gi city, capital of the six or GUL th ak Montk Galian irawindt saber. ‘doakun Oe hes
Whereas some £20,000,000 lev-|energy and determination”. Lins: iner@usert Mt Beast ‘a’ propor-' Ovdeted Israel to. halt drainage) other's particular abilities and| Goumties whith are still part ol] Councils according to semi. iat Ghasa’! dartanklds sud” Hot
ied by way of duty on rum im- Throughout their stay in the|tionate increase will be made in operations in the Huleh 1Ee Eee erayt SNe dae ha Haat isan Britain, ; ir nea oie te aa — h ve : . : oe aan
ported from British West Indian|Gallery, Reith and Trefgarne|quantities purchased “at the] Om the Syrian frontier and i { oe Tatton yealiod tate fi They are detained under ete tiles oF the Uatbrien os carried: ou ae greed wil
colonies are retained by the Brit-] never glanced the other's way.| guaranteed price. Arab villagers to their 7 : Si eer ra ee fo pecial powers act until after the fat Hie thaw Provincial Councht 1¢ junior member for ¢ in
ish Treasury for its own benefit.| while ‘direct references were —Reuter. the demilitarized zone j j-te,\ further . assignment tour-day Royal visit beginning on Hieditlan Hetmosiie with, siete | hurch that some information
Puerto Rico is allowed to retain] were peing made to them they | ina to aggression and an attempi| General Sweether was reported| Friday. Under this act, they can| Chistian Democrats vere - | Should ke given on this matt
the whole revenue derived from|jowered their eyes. Without in- at app@asement.” pene to have been relieved of his|be held for seven days withou mired of 3 eonlitton majorit the Mr. E. L. Ward (F) uid
Puerto Rican rum consumed on $ Deo . : He said: “This policy of ap-!command after making repeated] be charged or brought into ]> F ' oun **" would not say that the Govern-
; ; ry, the announcement of the } ; i emert showed a) a e Govern
the American mainland. Thal “hed debniec Teabens: Oi Wants Government peasement of Arab countries wilijdemands to superiors for new] court reeriots oar Thi a bow early to-| ment was doing nothing. He be-
“The contrast appears more special kignificance.- with their pile encourage the Arab fanatical irre-| equipment and replacements Similar action was taken last day seemed to have a wood thance | lieved they were doing somethi:
striking when it is remembered : =i t ¢ conciliatory trend and arouse plot ~-Reuter year when the Queen visited Psat Paints a ine but re moving te low!
OR- e > : of winning Venice city from Com- | novir too slowly
that the sum retained by the aah oe ee Perea eee Statenient On Riots for new aggression against Israel Belfast munists and the hope of securing} At the present moment, thi
Jnited Kingdom is double ‘the me a ae ona coe poe i CAPETOWN, May 29 Sharett added: Threats bs —_—— A crude home-made petrol bom) | an anti-Communist majority in the people in St, Lucy had pipes but
total Customs Revenues derived ‘ a Peet, ree ec Arab League leaders probably had oa? ye “ left at Belfast police station last) city Council of Milan they we-e without water. He fell
from all sources by the colonies —s ici rs ene: Soneerye eS anne daisnugy abue direct influence on the Lake Stic British I ish Supply night was discovered in time | Bologna, traditionally one of |it was unfair to extend wate:
in the West Indies. to as a “revelation”. Minister to-day called sor . Gov- cess formulae.” re - prevent an exptosion ' Italy's “Reddest cities, scemed|mains in other areas when there
‘“ . ” eae a ite th ‘* a Sharett reasserted Israel's claim W ill Drop By 30% This was believed to be the! stil) to be an impregnable bastion] were areas with pipes and n
a4 nee pues at x ; Sines e the Parliament} tg fyi) sovereignty over the de d work of Irish Republican extrem=| sgainst Christian Democracy he ite
e three-day trade expanding “B ¢ A Ma: J Uaings, i militarized zone. He said Syria LONDON. May 29 ists opposed to the partition of —Reuter He felt that they should not
conference between Canada and ring Ss My aps | Riots, in which 51 people were} reg) object in recent incidents had London’s fish supplie | be] Ireland and started a police check ——_ ——- ;earry on a scheme just for the
the British West Indies ended 9.49 injured followed a mass demou-| heen to cancel the former border | reduced by 20% to-morrow by the! On known suspects. : : ale ‘of. catvatine : Gre aid cis ae
Monday and officials termed it “a As You Like —Peron stration by white and coloured} between Syria and mandator continuing strike of 15,000 long A close guard was threw MAY SET UP JOINT no use having pipes and ho water
marked success”, an Ottawa re- citizens against the Government's} palestine and shift the frontie: distance lorry drivers — one third | #®Ound all police stations and pul WHALING COMPANY in them us the people would be
cg developed BUENOS AIRES, May 29. | coloured franchise policy. westwards to include the water|of°ali Jorry drivers in Britain | Jie buildings in the Or ‘ no better off. There were many
; . yr President Peron said to-day Harry Lawrence, member o!| sources.—Reuter. } ie : 5 : rae —Reuter. HAMBURG, May 29. |pipes in the island to-day withow!
from discussions are now to be] 4 Sevact : - , as Para +a hi oe The strike was called two days | inl 7 co eee os ‘ ,
; rgentina’s frontiers are open to| General Smuts’ wartime Cabinet, lithe 8 ent aeelaet road patrol The West German Government, water and Government should 46
poten Dare eas Bel all Japanese who may like to es-| said he wished to emphasise that at Se , ; ‘the Ri : "H at € | agencies and the Argentine repre- | something to satisfy the* people
7OV' nts a e ; “ “t con Dy ure, awe” 4 ’ , x ative relity ry { tove . gh nou
‘ tablish themselves here. Address-| the clash between police and , . j JAP FISHING BOAT entatives are holding preliminary | Government he thought, show
r a r - . Fxecutive | : | ‘ th .
a er 7 Cee erate ae ing 400 members of the Japanese| demonstrators occurred after the} 200 Grenadiasts eed Reuter 1 | talks in Germany on t wsibili-|use its @ndeavour to re more
not disclosed but they are Sa pect- community who flocked te Gov-| demonstration had concluded. | ij i S 3 ew fT SINKS: 10 DROWN | '¥_.% Setting up a joint » haling| water to the surface the
sd to have ine one aski ernment House to pay him tribute,| Minister for Justice Charles} ¥ ] “'¢ S ial ; company, a Germat ure 1id |started to extend the ma
Colonial Gevenantets te connie Peron said: “Bring as many|Swart, said that on ce cherie | Going lo U.! < I arms | s u TOKYO, May 29 | here today. | Mr. M. £. Cox (L) re
removing import restrictions com-}|74pinese as you dike. Any/he had, he was not prepared “t i (From Our Own Correspondent) ; { Killed In Crash ' Ten of the crew of 25 of thé! r—Reuter n sympat! ith the . remarks
pletely on a wide list of essential | Problems which may arise We) defame police by appointing a RENADA. May 29. | aa pt ten ae as ; oe ; - r made by } ible memb¢
- : _ ” ° 3 *RET ‘ ay 2 Japanese ishing 08 I ’
ple a al Eat sclve in-w woe efame appointing GRENADA, May 29 panese fishing boat Nabesaki INTO LIONS’ PIT
goods supplied by Canada, the} Shall s : : Commission of Investigation Grenada’s share of the Wind-| BUENOS AIRES, May 29. |Naru.were drowred today after JUMPS TOL PIT | et
suggestion that Britain allow Co- —Reuter. | Swart said 15 police were injured.| wards’ quot irers for work} Four pe | { collision wit United States! @ On Pages
ate Mectaghed aoe ‘their eae He rc Pees. among ee on United St ’ farms has becr ed today ibs | landing transport | oy eit ean ae M , 5 via eeg i
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coudabic tor takedien Weak. VATICAN STAM! how many were Europeans. the weekend visit of two Unit« i at ci mediately afte r the oli ion a is : a al ae : : rHE “ADVOCATE”
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anib Calling

O-DAY is a Public Holiday ir

the United States, It i

Memorial Day, also called Decora-

tion Day, first observed in 1868 by

the piacing of Flowers on the

graves of the dead in the Ameri-
can Civil War

The holiday is observed by all
of the States except that in five of
tHe southern states it is on a dif-
ferent date (April 26)

According to custom the Ameri-
ean Flag is fuwn at half-staff un-
tit noon, then at the normal posi-
tien for the balance of the day.

Back From St. Lucia
St.

—s. from a holiday in

Lucia are Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Andrieux who returned yesterday
afternoon by B.W.1.A. Travelling
on the same plane were Mr, C.
George, Mr. Lionel Gittens, Mrs.
Jean Clarke,-Miss Louise Snyder
and Hon. Aflen Lewis, Barrister
at Law and member of the St.
Lucia Legislature, Mr. Lewis plans
to spend a week in Barbados as a
guest of Mr. J. O. Tudor.

Barbados’ Smallest Club

YTCHE smallest club in the island,
The Old Etonian Club of

Barbados (present membership 3)



will be holding its annual dinner
on June 4th—the day on which
Old Etonians all over the world

dine together and drink a toast to
their school:

Sir Ecward Cunard is looking
after the dinner invitations if
there are any Old Etonians visite

ing Barbados, they can get in
touch with him at Glitter Bay, St.

James.
In Trinidad
dD" W. AUER, Manager of the
Barbados Gulf Oil Co., Ltd.,
present on a short visit to
idad and will be returning to
Barbados in a few days.

Back From Puerto Rico

}A ISS ENA BOWEN who spent

YE two weeks in Puerto Rico
staying with Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Hitt. returned home over the
week-end by B.W.1.A. Other
passengers for Barbados were Mr,
and Mrs. James F. Todd. Mr.
Todd is an engineer in San Juan.
They are here for ten days, stay-
ing at the Paradise Beach Club.

Marriage ot Mr. Smith

RAMATIST Mr. Edward
Smith bas married
again. He is 60. His bride, Mrs
Lilian Mary Denham, is 48. She
was formerly the wife of Reginald
Denham, playwright and = pro-
ducer. The wedding was at Hamp-
stead Register Office

Mr. Smith was Tory MP for
Ashford, Kent, but did not stand
at the last election. He writes
plays under the name Edward
Percy. In some he collaborated
with Regmald Denham

Earlier this year his first wife
was granted a divorce. Mrs. Den-
ham was named in the casey her
iimst ymarriage was dissolved 4n
-1946,

Edward Perey is the author of
“The Shop at Sly Corner”, which
was produced by the Bridgetown
Players earlier this month, It
was their eighteenth production,

BY THE WAY

BY BEACHCOMBER
i Forget Why

O caich elvers, as young eels
are called, you light small
in the place where you sus-
they are lurking. The
it attract them into the deep
ne which you have rigged up
near by. If the elvers escape af-
ter being captured, you light the
fires and rig up the nets all over
again. Experiments have shown
that it is only after the four-
teenth or fifteenth eseape that
they begin to be wary of the
fires, and-to keep away. So the
plain thing is to see that they do
not escape when once they have
been caught. The nets should be
deep, strong and of a very close
mesh. Even so, one or two of the
smallest elvers will always man-
age to slip through.

CROSSWORD

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Across
When the new tiny cutter
appeared. (9, 7)
7. Ho! bid for my indian washer-
9

i and 22.

man. (5) i en. (4)
11. The Prench green is upset. (7)
12. Remember these explosive letters?

(3) 18. Garrulously chatters. (4)
+. Unsweetened, (4)
7. Petro] may muke it in more ways
than one. (5)
ly The number I rot is amall. (4)
20. The song echoes to the tic relat-
ing to knowledge, (4)
21. Facts, (4) 22. See 1 Across.

Down
It’s a quostion of time, (4)
This ia one time. (4)
Headdress, (5)
Give her a ring. (6)
The Ark for instance. (9)
Unifastened, (8)
lt may strike you, (8)
. Pressing. (6)
. Feebleness. (8)

Sounds iike one cause. (3)

. Rage to the north-east. (5)
18. As to this, a hop drier. (4)



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Brides
dislike

OLGA MURPHY
The essence of chic

AY is still a not-very-

popular month for weddings
Miss A. M. White, who has
been making London wedding
bouquets for “more years now
than I care to remember,” telis
me that the 1951 bride is just
as superstitious as her mother.

Styles of bridal flowers have
changed a lot. No longer the
white traditional sheaf of

lilies; and trailing satin ribbons
are out of fashion.

“Many June brides’ will carry
handsprays of gardenias and
stephanot says Miss White.



One of the most unusual wedding
sprays she can remember was
of baby unripe tomatoes t2
match exactly a sand-coloured
dress worn by Miss Phyllis
Panting for her wedding to
designer Digby Morton.

Recent bouquets with a touch of
the unusual were white camel-
lias flecked with gold carried
by Miss Indrani Coomara-
swamy, daughter of the Acting
High Commissioner for Ceylon,

and a prayer book of white
Eucharist lilies to match the
design of her dress for Miss

Caroline Rice whe she became
Lady Plymouth.
Summer Beauty

Ww summer holidays start-

ing most news-worthy cos-
metics are cool as snow,

Three of London’s top models,
whose business it is to be beau-
tiful, pass on their personal
tips:

Olga Murphy: Essence of summer
chic is simplicity. Don’t over-
dress, over make-up or over-
eat. Gloria Clarry; The hot-
ter the waather the more water
1 drink — sometimes eight
glasses a day. I find it cooling
and good for complexion and
figure. Sylvia Shelley has just
one word for it—‘Relaxation.”

The Whitsun Hat
HITSUN WEFK HAT .
tiny, tip-tilted of green

chartreuse straw, with a white
silk ribbon and “chignon” of
enormous white cabbage roses
... Wes worn by Princess
Gourielli-Tchkonia (cosmetics
queen Helena Rubinstein) when
she arrived from New York
to open her new London salon.
WORLD COPYRIGHT
RESERVED
—L.E.S.


Rupert and the Ice-flower--38





As

the

ceaches
lepes the wild hare appears and

Rupert upper
‘eaps along beside him. ‘* Hullo,
you again!" cries the queer
creature. ‘ Did the ice-flowers bring
you tuck?" ‘I don't know,”
gasps Rupert, breathlessly. “* Ex-
eraordinary things seem to be hap-

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To Live in Bermuda
IR GEOFFREY DUVEEN, mem -
ber of the family of English
art dealers, is leaving England
next year fcr Bermuda. A house
which he is building there should
be finished by that time.

Sir Geoffrey says he is going for
health reasons. At 67 he is look-
ing forward to a kinder climate,
good golf and yachting.

In London Sir Geoffrey lives

with his wife in 9» Grosvenor
House flat. His ore son lives in
America,

Brief Visit
M* and Mrs, P. Hewitt-Myring
left yesterday afternoon for
Grenada by B.W.I.A. on a brief
visit. During their stay they will
be the guests of Brig. Sir Robert
Arundell, Governor of the Wind-
ward Islands and Lady Arundell
They expect to return to Barbados
on Friday, Mr. Hewitt-Myring is
Public Relations Adviser to C. D.
and W.-.
Returnirig to Grenada by the
same plane was Miss Elaine Wells.

On Honeymoon.
R. and Mrs, Lawrence Roper
of Jamaica who are

on
their honeymoon arrived here
from Trinidad on Monday by

B.W.1.A. Mr. Roper is a planter
in Jamaica. Mrs. Roper is the
former Faith Dignum, a niece of
Mrs. F. F. H. Hobson. They had
been in Trinidad for two weeks
and expect to be here until Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Roper are guests
at the Ocean View Hotel.

Trinidad Businessman
R. and Mrs. John G, Emanuel!
of Port-of-Spain who had
been here since 11th May returned
to Trinidad on Monday afternoon
by B.W.1.A. Mr. Emanuel is the
proprietor of Amenuels Motor
Service. During their stay they
had visited almost all the places
of interest in the island, including
the Animal Flower Cave.
They were staying at Indramer
Guest House.
Princess’s Summer
BV HEAR from Baden, in South-

ern Germany, that Princess
Margaret is expected there this
summer.

Reports say she will be the guest
of Prince Philip’s eldest sister, 45-
year-old Princess Theodora, who
has been married to the Margrave
of Baden for 20 years.

Their home is Schloss Salem,
near Baden,

But Baden will be disappointed.
I understand that Princess Mar-
garet’s engagement list for the
summer is complete. A visit to
Baden is not included in the list.

Showing The Foreigners
(CONGRATULATIONS to those

two great West Indian track)

performers, McDonald Bailey and
Arthur Wint, who showed the rest
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11.76 Mes,, 25.51 M

Soft Drinks Only
URING the Festival refresh-
ment rooms and buffets on
the main London stations will stay
open to cater for travellers going
home by late trains. Majority of
them will be open till around mid-
night: usual closing time is 10.30
There will be no extension of
licences for alcoholic drinks.
Citrus Deal
EST INDIAN citrus growers
will doubtless be interested ta
know that Britain was Palestine’s
biggest customer for citrus fruit
during the six-month export sea-
son which ended last week. Of
a total 3,750,000 cases, Britain
tcok about three millions.

Trinidad Anthurium

MONG the miny and varied
o exhibits at the West Indies
stands none attracted more a.cen-
uon from passers-by than the an-
vhurium lities flown over special-
ly from Trinidad. There were
imany offers to buy them but
these were all declined and a;
soon as the stand shut down, the

Calling The West
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815 pm Books
Film Review, 8 45



lilies were sent to brighten the
wards of nearby Westminste:
Hospital.

Incidental Intelligence
WOMAN is a strange animal
that can tear through an
18in, aisle in a crowded store, and
then go home and knock off the
doors of a 12ft. garaye.—Pageant
L.E.S.

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1951



S.P.G. Envoy
Due June 20





Rt. Rey. A. H. Howe Browne
who until recently we Bishop of
Bloemfontein is due in Barbadas
on June 20. He is the Envoy on
behalf of the Society for the
Propagation of the Gospel on the
occasion of its 250th birthday.

and will be carnying a copy of
the original Royal Charter grarit-
ed by William III on June 16th
1701, and a replica of the ship
in which the Society's first mis-
sionary sailed in 1702.

Bishop Howe Browne was com-
missioned in St. Martin-in-the-
Fields, London, in April, together
with five other bishops who are
going to places where the Society

has worked or is still working.
Bishop Browne will arrive in
Trinidad on June 12.

The Society for the Propagation
of the Gospel has worked in the
West Indies almost from its in-
ception in 1701. As early as
1710 the Society inherited the
Codrington Estates, Barbados,
which had been bequeathed to
it by General Christopher Cod-
rington, Governor of the Leeward
Islands. Part of ihe income from
these estates was used to establish
Codrington College whieh has a
noble record of nearly two and a
half centuries of work in the
Caribbean,

Bishop Howe Browne was for
some years vicar in London before
he was appointed Lord Bishop of
Bloemtontein in 1935 and was
somsecrated in S. George’s Cathe-
dral, Cape Town. He has just
recently retired from his diocese.

In response to the visits
Envoys from this country carry
ing greetings from the Society,
deputations of nationals will come
to England and will be commis-
sioned at Canterbury Cathedral on





September llth to conduct

preaching tours of the British

Isles, The West Indies will be

represented by the Rev. H. D
Edmondson of Jamaica,
Origin of S.P.G.

In 1699 the Rev. Dr. Thomas

3ray, Rector of Sheldon in War-
wickshire, was sent by the Bish-
ep of London to investigate re-
peated appeals for spiritual help
received from the American col-
onies. On his return Bray appeal-
ed direct to William Iil who on

June 16th 1701 granted a Royal
Charter to the Society for the
Propagation of the Gospel in

Foreign [Parts to send an ortho-

dox clergy to “the Plantations,
Colonies and Factories (trading
pests) beyond the seas belcohging

to our Kingdom of England” thus
taking a new step forward in
care of backward peoples, The
first missionary went to America
in 1702, Work begun about the
same time in Canada and the
West Indies. Work begun in Africa
1752. Since then work has been
done in Australia, New Zealand,
China, Japan, India, Madagascar,
Borneo, Burma, _ Singapore,
Oceania, Korea. The Society is
thus the oldest missiondry-send-

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Case Against
Cyelist Dismissed

A case which was brought by the
Police charging Golbovrne Craw-



ford of Clapham, Brittons H
with riding the bicycle X-272
on January 30 in a_ negligent

manner along Dalkeith Road was
yesterday dismissed without pre-
judice by a City Police Magis-
trate.

The prosecution brought two
witnesses but each of them gave
a different account of. what took
place. One of them could not
remember the date of the offenc«

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defendant who was riding the
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Sgt. Forde attached to the

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Nine cane fires occurred on
Monday. Over sixty-five acres of
canes were burnt. Nearly all of
these fires occurred in the Wind-
ward parishes.

At -Wotton Plantation, Christ
Church, six acres of first crop

ripe canes were burnt. They are
the property of G. Evelyn.
Seven acres of second crop ripe

canes were burnt at Harrow
Plantation, St. Philip. They be-
long to D. S. Payne of the same
plantation.

A quantity of ripe canes were
burnt at Wiltshire Plantation, St.
Philip. A fire at Windsor Planta-
tion, St. George, burnt eight and

a half acres of first crop ripe
canes. They are the property of
G. D. Pile.

Six and a half acres of first

crop ripe canes and three acres o?
first crop ratoons were burnt at

Frere Pilgrim Plantation, Christ
Church. These belong to G. M.
Drayton.

. In the Leeward part of the
island a fire at Spring Vale Plan-
tation, St. Andrew, burnt eight
acres of second crop ripe canes,
the property of J. A. Haynes.

Another fire at Joes River Plan-
tation, St. Joseph, burnt five acres
of second crop ripe eanes. This
fire extended to Frizers Plantation
and burnt one acre of second crop
ripe canes and five and a quarter
acres of young ratoons. They are
the property of Joes River Ltd.

Over the week-end a fire at
Exchange, St. Thomas, burnt seven
acres of second crop ripe canes.
They are the property of A. H.
In all instances the
damage was covered by insur-
ance,

The majority of fires that oc-
curred so far during the present
crop seasOn were spread over the
Windward parishes, “That’s where
the fire bug gets into the people
who are causing these fires,” a
planter told the Adveeate yester-
day. He said that it would be
foolish to suggest that all of these
fires were caused by carelessness
of people who threw cigarettes
from moving vehicles. ‘That is
entirely out of the question.”

“In British Guiana and some of
the other islands canes are burnt
to get rid of snakes which may
linger among the trash. We have
no snakes in Barbados, so there is
ao need to burn canes.”

Labourers Make More

He said that the managers,
owners or attorneys would not
burn the canes purposely because
in neariy ali cases the canes are
not insured for the full value. “We
get back the burnt canes and a
certain) amount of insurance
money. In some eases if we do not
make haste and grind the canes,
they deteriorate. What benefit
could we get from burning them?
None,” he said, “and apart from
that, we have had a splendid crop
season,”

“I feel that the labourers are
burning the canes. They are paid
73 cents per ton for cutting,. top-
ping, cleaning and loading the
canes, I think they get a penny
less per ton when they cut burnt
canes. On the other hand they
have no trash to hamper their
progress and they are able to load
more eanes. They make more
money working on burnt canes,
although the work is more dirty,”

He said that coming to the end
of the croy season, when the trash
is beginning to get thick, labour-
ers could be inelined to burn
canes. “These cases I have stated
are advantageous to the labour-
ers. The only way to stop cane
fires is to further reduce the la-
bourer’s wage for cutting burnt
eanes so that the good income
from these canes would not be-
come an incentive. Instead of
paying them a penny less, why
not pay them three-pence or four-
pence less,’ he said.

Burnt to be Rid of Trash

Mr. C. de Leeuw Caupain of
Plantation Skeldon, Corentyne,
Berbice, British Guiana, who re-
cently arrived in the island to
spend a month's holiday, told the
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Recreation

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Walter P. Chrysler once closed
down the huge automobile fac-
tory that bears his name because
its machines were “too noisy”
during a choir recital by a group
of his employees.

Perhaps his action was an ex-
treme example of how far Am-
eriean companies will go to keep
their workers happy, but it was
in the best American industrial
tradition of providing recreation
for employees, their families, and
their friends,

Recreation programmes for
workers were started early in
jhe last century. Sometimes a
group gathered after work and
played any game they could
agree upon. Sometimes well-
rounded plans were developed by
great manufacturers like George
Westinghouse who provided re-
creation for workers in his elec-
trical plant as far back as 1886.

Mest of these programmes
were for workers only. Now
more than 100 different activi-
ties, ranging from football and
skiing to knitting and candy
making, are arranged by 20,000
companies, employee associations
and. labour unions, and others in
the community.

The Westinghouse Company.
for example, recently turned
over a 19-acre park to the city
of East Pittsburgh. A sports field
was built in Buchanan, Michigan,
with money donated by local
concerns. Convair Aireraft Cor-
poration in Fort Worth, Texas,
brought a circus te the city which
performed without charge for
40,000 persons.

Children Not Overlooked

The Bridgeport Brass Company
in the State of Connecticut spent
$35,000 to improve the city’s
armory so that it could be used
for sports. When employees of
the General Electric Company in
Providence, Rhode Island, could
not find enough opponents for
their basketball team, they sect
up a city-wide league with the
help of the local Young Men's
Christian Association, the owner
of a lace factory, and other in-
dividuals and community groups.

Children are not overlooked.
Many firms support youngsters’
baseball teams. Others send the
sons and daughters of workers to
summer camps, and many com-
panies and labour unions give
children’s’ parties at Christmas
time.

The belief that it’s “good busi-
ness” to have contented workers
has full approval of the United
States Government. So much so
that it recently released vitally
needed defence materials to build
a new $500,000 community re-
creation centre in Mt. Airy,
North Carolina, town of only
2,500 population.

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FALSE ALARM
CAPETOWN:

The fire brigade dashed up to
a city man’s house to quell a fire,
only to find him burning leaves
in the garden. Neighbours had
given the alarm. The astonished
householder was presented with a
bill for £10 — the cost of turning
the fire engine out.



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canes before loading to get rid
of the heavy trash. In this way
the cutters are able to get be-
tween the canes more easily.

Skeldon is a Bookers concern
and Mr. Caupain is Senior Super-
visor. He said that the 1950 crop
season in B.G. was good. Th@
present season is also very good
and may prove to be a record
season.

Skeldon’s executive staff is made
up of about 12 Europeans and
over 30 natives. The factory rae
out 100 to 150 tons of sugar per
day, type of
canes.

He said that in B.G., because of
their poor soil, they experiment
with more varieties of canes than
in Barbados where the soil is
richer. He is accompanied by his
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two years ago. She is owned by
her skipper, Captain Roberts of
Grenada. Captain Roberts has
been coming to Barbados before.

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Will Serve 6 Months
For Larceny

Sentence of six months’ iz
prisonment with hard labo
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PAGE FOUR

BARBADOS S69 ADVOGATE

Gea SSS Fes

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Moral Principles
in Industry

In the United States and in
other nations of the free world
this May, people celebrated the
sixtieth anniversary of Rerum olic Congress in Baltimore that 4 th. no laws, either human or
Novarum, an Encyclical issued by "ew era in the American church divine, permit them for their own
Pope Leo XIII on May 15, 1891; was soon to dawn and that Catho- 1) of, to oppress fhe needy and the
“Qn the Condition of Labour.” lics would soon be led by the bish- \,e:ched or to seek gain from an-
May was also the twentieth anni- ops into more vigorous social others want.’
versary of an Encyclical issued by action. The second f us Labour En-
Pope. Pius XI, Quadragesimo With these questions before the ..¢jical, “On Reéonstructing the
Anno, “On the Reconstruction of Holy See, Pope Leo XIII issued 11 gocjai Order " considered many cf
the Social Order.” 1891 the Encyclical which has since {he new pro which had

There is much misunderstand- become the keystone of the Catho- oricen. in the years since the
ing in the world about the function lic attitude on labour issuance of the first Encyclical
of the Catholic Church as a guide In effect this Letter states that Pes

















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Wednesday, May 30, 1951

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By MAURICE J. TOBIN

United States Secretary of Labour

to give every worker what is justly
due him.” Further, “the rich
and employers should remember
































stuffy courtroom of the little town of Melun
has filled with a fashionable Parisian crowd. |}

They have been listening to a murder trial}?
which has gripped all France. As witness after
witness has gone into the box, the audience
of society women, authors, stage and screen
stars have heard a story of adolescent day



TECHNICAL SCHOOL

x DURING the twelfth meeting of the
Caribbean Commission in Barbados last
month it was annownced that a scheme had
been started whereby students from the

We have just Received ...

area are to be trained at the Metropolitan | to wo:kin 7 te ade : The second Letter, issued by
: wor gmen and to their child- the labour question has been under : ; i i j
Technical School in Puerto Rico. ren, The common misconception consideration by the Vatican for er vi ne gy egtrs dreams which became a terrible reality when
is that the Church attempts to many years, in spite of differences }o1q property must Sistine they led to murder.

dictate to the people what their

beliefs should be on _ matters

totally extranecus to religion.
This is not so; and I should like

in political interpretation of the
principles of the labour movement
The Pope defined certain principles
of faith and morals which must

The two accused were Claude Panconi and
Bernard Petit, both 17 when they plotted the
murder of their fellow-student Alain Guy-

guished from the right to its free
use, Important duties had to be
tied to the right of property own-
ership, Chief among these is the

Thirty students from various colonies
will receive training thanks to funds sup-

Waterproof and fKotproof

plied by the United States. The training | to illustrate why it is not so by guide the decisions of all Catho- : . .
: oe 3 ; taking as an example the origin fF... 3, ma . a duty to use property for good | ader in a forest three years ago. 72 ins. wide
syllabus includes electricity, engineering | '#*1NE “520 SSI Rerum Nova. Ls, i matters relating to labour. scciai ends rather than for ex- y e

Had they been tried shortly after the mur-
der, the case would have been heard by a
juvenile court. But F'rench justice moves
slowly. The trial of the adolescents who are
now young men opened only a week age.

The Letter called for sanitary pioitation. It was emphasised that
and health OREUTOS for workers; wealth “which is constantly being
for higher wages, shorter hours, a augmented by social and economic

progress must be so distributed

. that the common good of all
... be therefore promoted.”

The foregoing applies to one of

rum: “On the Condition of La-
bour.”

For many years in Europe and
in the United States there had
been discussions in Catholic cir-
cles concerning the attitude which
workingmen should take toward

and other technical trades in which the
student can be of use in the proposed indus-
trial and agricultural development of the
area.

TARPAULINS

made to order if required.





Maurice J. Tobin has been
United States Secretary of
Labour since August 1948.



The need for technical training in the
West Indies cannot be over-emphasised. It
has been said by experts over and over



labour organizations. These dis-
cussions involved political and
economic questions, on the one
hand, and matters of faith and

He was formerly Governor
of his native State of Massa-
chusetts and was _ twice
mayor of its principal city,

the important objectives of the
Church: peace at home. But peace
at home may bé enjoyed fully only
wher we are at peace as a nation.

THE INTELLECTUAL
The public have followed it with passionate
.f uneasy, interest. For the boys who gat in the






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problem were raised by Catholics
all over the world,

workers and further indus-
trial peace. Since he became

well as among men,

The Church in favour of

is‘



ind morals of many of their elders.

Panconi—-bespectacled, thick-lipped, the




’Phones : 4472 & 4687







rate of industrial progress and has retarded » United States f the Secretary of Labour, the | peace as a moral principle, but it ; ppec
the rise in living standards of local person- a sceties dincunsland took place | United States Congress has | is necessary to determine which of -choolboy intellectual with exctie literary
nel-as the best paid osts had to be filled _|8%ound the question of the atti- i en app wns pi _ gana ae a pro- | tastes—sat with his head bawed. LEE SOON
SUS i 3 ‘a or = *e é > e . m
Pp tude which should be taken | the minimum wage Petit—square-headed, tough, the habitual reel

by peopie from outside,

The selection of students for Puerto Rico
despite the fact that the scheme has been
financed by United States funds, has been
made in all the colonies, British, French,
Dutch and American,

It has been arranged that technical train-
ing will be available to each colony and a
Committee sitting in this island during the
last meeting of the Commission recom-
mended “that the Commission request
member governments to consider the ex-





towards the Knights of Labour, a
labour organization which ante-
dated the American Federation of
Labour. The Knights of Labour
tried to help the American work-
ingman at a time when industrial
conditions were frequently im-
morally oppressive. As would
happen many times in the future,
support for much of the good
work of the Knights of Labour
was found among both the
Catholic laity and the hierarchy.
Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore
was one of the strongest advo-
cates of support for the Knights
of Labour. When enemies, some
of them within the Church,
attacked the Knights of Labour,
Cardinal Gibbons undertook to

American workers from 40
cents to 75 cents an hour, and
it has broadened the social
security laws to cover many
additional workers. The Sec-
retary is a former member
of an independent labour
union which he joined while
employed by a New England
telephone company, He
strongly believes that most
labour-management disputes
ean be settled by friendly
discussions around a confer-
ence table. Mr. Tobin is 50
years old. He is married and
has three children.





chance for family life and recre-

There can be, and inceed there is.
much disagreement among Catho-
lies about which political and eco-
nomic actions will result in the
greatest measure for peace, It is
one of the problems that has faced
American leaders for many years

After the last war, peace war
threatened in Greece and Turkey
The United States decided that it:
objective of peace could best be
gained by aiding Turkey and
Greece, even through military as-~
sistance, Today, Turkey and
Greece are saved from commun-
ism, Yugoslavia, once a dominant
member of the communist inter-
national, as at least no longer an
‘ally of Russia and certainly is not
a threat to the peace of Europe.



truant at school whose reading did not go
beyond Jules Verne—gazed fixedly but fur-
ively at each witness.

The prosecution case brought a third actor
n the drama, still young enough to be tried
"y a juvenile court 15-year-old Nicole,
vamp of their sixth form at school and now
developed into a brassy slow-witted and phys-
ically not unattractive young woman of 18.

It was for her that Panconi shot Guyader
with a gun stolen by Petit from his police-
inspector father,

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. F: Encyclical, nor any other, invades 1 Paris hotel and a string of mistresses. He

metropolitan universities and local institu-
tions of university status for students of the
area.”

Holy Father in Rome when some
other Catholics desired that this
organization be condemied. In
this, he was joined by all but two

private economic or political

rights.
It does not tell an employer how

tect the peace, to protect a people
from international
aggression,

We in the United

communist

States have

olayed the role with such conviction that he
not only inspired the envy of his two school-
mates but dazzled Nicole.




LIDANO

AT YOUR GROCER









of the ge oe crue much to pay his employees, nor |the moral strength of knowing tha:
, These pleas of Cardina ibbons does it tell the employee how much we have not been guilty of an Day after da ier i i i
The criticism has been made time and and other like-minded members to demand in wages from the em- aggressive attack in Korea, This ¥ y raves told: Shee: koiee of Retell Price Per 2glb, Peer Weep 00
dhein acainst Barbadite CHT matters of this oft the College of Cardinals came ployer, These are political and moral integrity must be retained, the fortunes he was making from deals in rugs
8 Boit8) dos a § before Pope Leo XIII and were economic questions which must be for those without it are Godless. ind armaments of his evenings in Montmar-
kind requiring decisions of the Govern- | considered by him for many years. decided elsewhere, The advocacy of aggressive war % SS

ment to be taken before anything can be
done, are delayed unnecessarily, and often
to the detriment of those whom it was in-
tended to benefit.

' But while Barbados should lose no time
in availing itself of American generosity as
offered at the Technical School in Puerto
Rico, the Government of this island should



shrubs around the entrance of the unsight-

Meanwhiie in the United States,
many labour-minded priests were
carrying on their gooa work. Arch
bishop Ireland, of St. Paul, in the

Thus, although the Letter of
Pope Leo XIII says “the lowest
cannot be made equal with the
highest,” it makes ii clear that

is a crime against God and man,
It is a crime against God because
it tries to take from Him the deci-
sion over human life; it is a crime

State of Minnesota, in 1889 told a “among the most important duties against man, because it destroys

meeting of the first American Cath- of employers, the principal one is his moral fibre.



Was Hitler's Seeret Service

Chief



A British Agent?

yond dispute, in the light of his
eventual fate.

went on a secret visit to England
at this time. Canaris is reported

turn against him, Hitler ordered

tre night clubs and of his plans to kidnap a
Russian general in the event of a Russian in-
vasion of France and flee to Morocco to set up
a “maquis.”

Nicole engrossed in her role as “femme
fatale,” told Panconi that if he were only a
“man” like Guyader perhaps she would take
3ome notice of him.

But then Guyader told her she was not

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although his agents are believed

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smart enough for him. She enticed Petit by BY.
adopt a bold policy about technical educa- UNTIL now practically nothing By MONTGOMERY HYDE, M.P. Nazis. Here are some examples | telling him how easy it would be to rob G “
tion and build here in Barbados its own | has been known about Admiral |; He dtvte i of his handiwork, as quoted by st oe Se ae
: : Wilhelm Canaris, apart from the action at the time “would not Mr. Colvin which I must say I ader; she told Panconi she would be his if
technical school to train hundreds of tech- | fact that he ran the German recoil from destroying 10,000 find hard to believe: : only Guyader t of th ; BUKTA
nicians which the whole South Caribbean | Secret Service from 1935 until officers if they opposed them- Canaris informed us of Hitler's oe cane ee wae way,
1944, when he perished with the Selves to my will. What is that plan to launch the Luftwaffe on The play-acting which had produced the
and Barbados so obviously needs. other leading conspirators in the 1 a nation of eighty million? T London the moment Mr. Cham-| murder w tehed b istrioni Pe
plot to eee Hitler which Pn want rae eee, berlain made. his broadcast dec- it See trae y the histrionics of iN
miscarried in July of the latter yant men of brutality. laration of war. Subsequently, | Witnesses and counsel, Only the judge—obvi-
year. Until this point Canaris had Hitler was persuaded not to make : , i i
today thers 4s published a believed jthat the German Gen- this possibly heake oe pi ae affected—remained aloof from Fawn, White, Khaki
7 s “ ook which suggests that, not eral Staff was a forse which which would be of no military e jostling for the limeligh
CIVIC ACTION only did Canaris work closely could ouiride a period of Nazi importance at that stage, Camaris , r . and Cream
with the conspirators throughout er ga ea it rn re = was unable to get news through SHE FAINTED
Ti ‘ this peri at he he began to have doubts and to t s*hange ai anleticl “nerfor as :
Rr ariatian Civic Cie bas DR Pee ee, teeth GaLae wack ht Bttiord, Mownbee "that ale seit wersitg Weed Cope Tye ga cit ee eee ORES. 20-40
doing a fine job of work during the last | tant military developments | to oh oy re a oe ore dots Fecelved:-shortly after 11 he girl alternated her glib denials and occa- |
: itein . » author Te e ac ed ay oO ; t al |i : ; : : ‘
twenty. gears, ‘The. preservation’ of ‘auth Britete cu ae hm. Tae tac’ icienae is. tant dinier coe : he: morning of Sep sional impertinences with well-spaced faint- | These Shorts are Sanforized and
beauty as there is in Bridgetown is due to |in Germany as a newspaper cor- Macy which would utterly dis- Similarly Canaris tried to ing fits. She fainted four times in the course | Regimel Shrunk
the work of th Mins respondent, claims that Hitler’s credit the regime. According to inform us of the date of the| of half an hour, and finally allowed herself | ime .
e work of that body whose members have [chief of intelligence played the Mr. Colvin, Canaris did his best invasion of Norway—a warning b ; : ik soil
wooed the Legislature and parochial bod- | dual rele of German patriot and to inform the British Govern- which the Norwegian Legation in to be carried feet first from the box. | Th P ‘ * Wai :
: sf British agent. ment of Germany's military Berlin omitted to pass on because} Last night the two boys were sentenced; e lastic fitted aistband gives
ies for assistance. That Admiral Canaris was an Weakness during _the period of jt was thought too incredible to |p Ne ; ‘ ys ?
efficient intelligence chief and the Cosh crisis in ans summer be true, Panconi to 10 years’ solitary confinement for Snugness and Comfort.
oa) ies served his country well there © 938, urging Chambertain to ‘Ki ap hooti atit ve veare oP
The Esplanade, the Fountain in the Pub- [seems little reason to doubt. That call Hitler's bluff. Kill Churchill “hooting Guyader, Petit to five years for aid- .
lic Gardens, and even the Flowering {he also became implicated with To an emissary of the discon- eae” ester ee a ote ng him by getting the gun.
the: anti-Nazi generals seems be- tented German generals who When the war was beginning tc Solitary confinement is the third =













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WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1951



Legislative Council
Told 2,000 Required
For U.S. Farm Work

THE HONOURABLE the Legislative Council met at 2

p.m, yesterday, the Hon. J.

D. Chandler, presiding. The

meeting lasted 45 minutes, and then the Council adjourned

until next Tuesday.

The Clerk notified the Council that the Governor hed
granted the Honourable Mr. Chandler leave from his duties
from June 16 to September 29.

‘he Colcnial Secretary tabled
a Message from the Governor in-
forming the Council of a revision

in the proposed emigration of
Barbdadian workers to the U.S.A.
this ‘year. The Message is as
fcllows:—



His Excellency the Governor has
the honour to refer to the Resolu-
tion concurred in by the Legisla-
tive Council on the 25th April,
1951, approving of the Supple-
mentary Estimates 1951-52 No. 3.
under which the sum of $440,000
was provided for the purpose of
sending up to 4,000 Barbadians to
work in the United States of
America for a period of at least
10—12 weeks during the course of
this year, and to forward for the
information of the Honourable
Legislative Council further infor-
mation which has been received
since that Resolution was passed.

Selection

It is now expected that approx-

jnately, 2,000 Barbadians will
shorly be required for agricul-
tural work in the Mid-West of

the United States, and agents of
the prospective employers have
urranged to arrive in Barbados on
the 29th of May with the object
of selecting the workers whom
they require. There are at present
no firm indications that employ-
ment will continue beyond 12
weeks, although certification ‘for
longer periods has been grancved
by the United States Employment

Service in respect of Barbadian
workers. The earnings. of the
workers will vary, and no firm

estimate can be given at this stage.
The minimum wage rates will be
75c. per hour, and in some cases
80c. per hour.

Tenders for transporting the
workers to their respective places
of work have been called for, and
the cost of the upward passage of
each worker from Barbados to
Jamaica (or its equivalent), which
will be borne in the first instance
by the Government of Barbados,
and which, at the time the Reso-
lution was prepared, was estimated
to be B.W.I. $62.00, is now known

to amount to B.W.I. $73.36. The
whole of this cost of upward

transportation will be charged
against the worker’s account; de-
ductions will be made from his
wages in the United States and
any balance due will be deducted
from his account in Barbados.
Deductions will also be made
from the account of each worker
in Barbados at the rate of B.W."
$2.00 a week to meet at least part
of the cost of his repatriation
irom Jamaica (or its equivalent)
to Barbados. These deductions
will continue to be made so long
as the worker remains in the
United States until he has repaid
the actu®l cost of his repatriation
(B.W.1. $73.26) from Jamaica (or

its equivalent) to Barbados.

Recruitment Cost

The revised cost of recruitment
is $15,000 (in respect of 2,000
workers) compared with $40,000
(in respect of 4,000 workers) at
the time when the Resolution was

prepared. It has subsequently
been verified that in accordance
with the Migration for Employ-

ment Convention (Revised) 1949
Government Employment servi
in connection with the recruit-
ment, introduction or placiny of
migrants for employment should
be rendered free and that the
administrative costs of recruit-
ment, introduction and placing
should not be borne by the mi-
prants.





In view of this Convention
coupled with the fact that,the re-
vised cost of the repatriation of
the worker from Jamaica (or its
equivalent) to Barbados is greater
than the previously estimated
cembined cost of repatriation and
recruitment expenses, it is not
proposed to make any attempt to
recover from the worker the cost
of his recruitment expenses. Other
factors to be borne in mind in
this connection are that, on pre-
vious occasions when workers
have been sent to the United
States of America, no attempt has
Been made to recover any part of
the repatriation expenses, and that
a large number of workers, in re-

spect of whom recruitment ex-
penses will be incurred, will be
rejected for medical or other

reasons.
Message Circulated

Mr. Chandler told members
that he would give instructions
to have the Message printed and
circulated, and if they wished to
debate it, he would have it placed_
on the Order Paper for the next
meeting. :

Report of the Select Commit-
tee on Vocational and Technical

Training with special reference

to Part-Time Training of Ap-
prentices.
Statement of the sums of

money paid over to the Colonial
Treasurer by the Commissione!
of Police during the queérter
ended 3ist of March, 1951.
The Civil Establishment (Pay-
ment of Passages) Order, 1951
The Petroleum Drilling and
Production Regulations, 1951.
Report on the Vital Statistics
of the Island and other Regis-
trations for the year 1948.



ONLY

The Trade Act (Temvorary
Importation of Motor Vehiclas)
Regulations, 1951.

The Co-operative
Rules, 1950.

Societies

Questions
Honourable F. C. Hutson gave
nouce or his intention to inquire

or the Honourable Colonia! Sevre-
lary as tollows:—
What was the estimated popu-

lation of the island at Decemver
30, 1950?
Whether any information is

available showing the prob.ble
population in 10 years tame if th
present rate of increase continu
What steps, if any, are being
taken with a view to controlling
the population and the difficulties
arising from over-population?
Thé President, before starting
the business of the day, drew the
attention of honourable members
to the fact that he had been grant-
ed leave of absence, and during
that time there would consequent-
ly a vacancy on the Board of
Agriculture. Subject to the ap-
proval of the Council he was
nominating Hcn. J. A. Mahon to
serve on the Board in his plece.
Mr. Mahon agreed to serve.
The Council concurred in a
supplementary resolution for
$9,716. The money is to be used
to relieve distress caused by
storm and flood damage during
1948 and 1949.

Bill Passed

The Council then passed a
Bill to amend the Parochial Em-
ployees Pension Act, 1944
amended by Sundry Acts,
Vv. C. Gale took charge of
Bill and told the Council
its object was to authorise the
vestries, of the island to pay
bonus on the pensions of retired







as
Hon.
this
that

parochial employees. Mr. Gale
suid the Bill was a formal one
that was passed every year to

allow the vestries to continue the
practice which had begun during
the war years. He accepted a
suggestion from Hon, Frank Field
for making the form of the Bill
easier to follow in future.

The last Bill to be passed
the Council yesterday
amending the Barbados Fancy
Molasses Production and Export
Act, 1937. Object of the Bill is
to permit the sale and export of
Fancy Molasses in containers not
exceeding ten wine gallons.

The
retary
ing of the

by
was one

Honourable Colonial Sec-
moving the second read-
Bill teld the Council
that he did not pretend to have
mere than a superficial knowl-
edge of the export of Fancy
Molasses. The Bill had been on
the Order Paper for several
menaths. In order to give effect
to the export of Fancy Molasses,
he said, a time limit was impos-
ed for the export of the approv-
ed quantity.in respect of any one
year,



New Product

As canned molasses was, com-
paratively speaking, a new pro-
duct, it would naturally take
some time to establish markets
for it; and to ship, or even to
sell molasses produced in the
crop year within the period of
nine months during which ship-
ments were at present allowed
was proving to be impossible.

An objection to the Bill as
subniitted to the Council was
that people could abuse the in-
tention by exporting fancy
molasses in containers of less
then ten wine gallons, while not
being in sterilised cans. The
revised amendment therefore
specified sterilised molasses in
sterilised cans,

He would move the amend-
ments at the appropriate time.

Hon, G. D, L. Pile asked whe-
ther it would not have been bet-
ter to have .deferred the Biil
further, awaiting the report of
the Committee of Inquiry which
had visited Canada relative to
the export of fancy molasses.

The Colonial Secretary replied
that his predecessor had defer-
red the Bill while that Commit-
tee was at work. He believed
that he was right in saying that
the Committee had not yet
ported,

re-

Amendments

When it was»eonsidered by the
Fancy Molasses Export ani Mar-
keting Board about ‘a month ago
Sir John Saint, whe was Chair-
man of the Inquiry Committee
aswell as a member of the
Board had said that in his view
the amendments to the Bill did
not need to be-held up pending
the report of the Committee.

The President told the Council
that the Report of the Commit-
tee of Inquiry had been delayed,
and said he believed it would be



ready soon,
After Honourable Mr. Pile re-
peated that he thought it bette:

to defer the Bill until the report
of the Committee was laid on the
table of the Council, the Presi-
dent supported the remarks of
the Colonial Secretary relative
to what Sir John Saint had said.
Hon. Mr. Pile did not pursue
the matter further.

The Bill was then passed with
amendments,

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LABOUR OFFICER!

MR. JOHN H. MILLER, Personnel



BARBADOS

ARRIVE





Director of the Fall River Canning

Co., Wisconsin and Mr. W. H. “Bill” Meranda, Director of Traffic and
Sales, Resort Airlines arrived from St. Vincent yesterday by B G@

Airways.

This morning they begin recruiting labourers for temporary em-

ployment in the U.S

US Officials Here To

Recruit Labourers

MR. JOHN H. MILLER,
Canning Co., Wisconsin

River,

Personnel Director of the Fall
and Mr. W. H. “Bill”

Meranda, Director of Traffic and Sales Resort Airlines,
arrived from St. Vincent yesterday afternoon shortly after
2.30 o’clock by a B.G, Airways Charter flight. This morning
at 8.30 o'clock, they begin recruiting !abourers for tempor-
ary employment in the United States.

100 YEARS
AGO

WEST INDIAN
May 30, 1851

At the meeting of the
House of Assembly the fol-
lowing report from the
Resident Engineer on the
practicability of establishing
a coaling wharf at the mouth
of the Careenage was read:

“With reference to the
Royal Engineers’ Office, Bar-
bados, Governor's letter to
me of the 7th instant, I bes
to acquaint you, for his in-
formation that on examining
the mouth of the Careennge
at Bridgetown, Barbados,
with a view to report on the
practicability of forming
within the Mole, a Coaling
Wharf, accessible at all states
of the tide, by steam ships of
large draught, it appears
thit the werk is certainly
practicable, but that formid-
able obstacles are to be re-
moved...

Two diving bells at least
would be required, and, as
the progress ef such works
is necessarily slow, it is
thought that two years would
be the shortest time in
which this projec! could be
accomplished, unless it were
to be found th:t operations
were favoured by natura)
circumstances, which it
would not, afore se‘ting out,
be right to calculate on.

The construction of the
Coaling Wharf would be a
ecmparatively simple oper-
ation; but, as it would of
eourse be contingent on the
greater work of opening the
harbour’s mouth, it is not
thought necessary to enter
en its details at present. ..

I am ete.
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(From Our Own -OUNCIL
GRENADA, May 29

The Clerks Union which is
affiliated to the Grenada Workers’
Union after calming down from
a strike mood, at a veneral meet-
ing yesterday decided to request
that Government set up a Wages
Council for the Clerks in order
to achieve a satisfactory settle-
ment of the demand for improved
conditions made _ on_ business
houses,

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(From Our Own Correspondent)
GRENADA, May 29.

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Fusiliers left here last night by
R.A.S.C. Vessel for Jamaica, but a
large number still remains. Major,
the Lord Wynford, Commanding
Officer since their arrival returns
to Jamaica tomorrow leaving
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Mr. Meranda told the Advocate

that he had been to Barbados
several limes as a member of the
staff of Nationwide Airlines. On
January 15th this year, Nation-

wide and Resort Airlines merged
and they are now known
Resort Airlines,

Mr. Miller, he

said, would not
be recruiting any labourers from
Barbados, but Mr. Marvin Keil,
representing Green Giant Co., of
Beaver Dam, Wisconsin and Mr
A. L. Keene of the Keene Canning
Co., of Freeport, Illinois, who are
due to arrive in Barbados today
will be selecting their men fron
here. Mr. Meranda is represent-
ing some thirty or forty other
producers in the U.S.

Rigid Test

The men will have to go through
a fairly rigid medical test to qual-
ify. Touching on just one of the
important factors, Mr. Meranda
said he thought that a minimum
of six pairs of opposite teeth were
necessary for selection, provicing
of course that they pass the other
health requirements.

The type of work the mene will
do is mainly agricultural: reaping
peas, cherries and corn. Some may
work on beans and later on it may
be possible for some to continue
down into the southern States and
work in the sugar cane and cotton
industries,

Mr. Miller and Mr. Meranda
have already visited Antigua, St.
Kitts, Grenada, and St. Vincent.

They expect to leave on Saturday
for St. Lucia. About seven hun-
dred men have been chosen from
the Leeward Islands, approxi-
mately three hundred from An-
tigua, three hundred from St.
Kitts and Nevis and fifty to one
hundred from Montserrat

Professor Lewis

Praised In The
House Of Commons

LONDON, May 29

John Dugdale, Minister of State
for Colonial Affairs referred in the
House of Commons today to the
appointment of Professor Arthur
Lewis: who was born in St. Luaia
to the Colonial Development Cor-
poration. Dugdale said that for
some time they had hoped it
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Although
Michael was
upply water
like to say there
people in the parish
it difficult to get a
g00d supply through the lack of
mains and stand pipes

Honourable members must
ealize that St. Michael carried
approximately half pf the popula-
tion of the isand and sheuld
therefo.e have prior claim be-
cause in t:e case of any epidemic,
it will start in the most populated
areas

He said that the Chief Engin-
eer of the Waterwo:ks, from, the
time he came to the island, had
been doing his to improve
the water situation,

As far as the northern area was
concerned, the senior member fo.
St. Luay should be glad to learn
that the Chief Engineer had just
discovered some sou ce of wate

that area and was working a
speedily as possible in order to
get water into the Reservoir at
Warleigh That water which
Would supply the Warleigh Reser-
vcir could be developed and con-
centrated on the Boscobel area
and they were hoping tetore the
end of the year to have that sup-
ply developed

He assured honourable members
that the Chief Engineer was work -
ing 24 hours a day on this wate
programme and promised them

who had spoken it
might appear that St
getting
he would

wee many
who found

of

that

god

ag

best

that in the near future he would
bring a progress report to the
Hous? which would satisfy every

member, even the mos: critical,
Mr. Dowding (E) said that with
the Hon, Senior Member for
St. Michael had said, he had not
yet struck the nail on the head.

He did not believe that the work
done im St. Michael was more
than it should have been, He did
not think that that was the reas-
on for they not getting stand
pipes in the country districts.

He did not think that the Gov-
ernment was to be blamed except
1or the fact that they nad wot
made representations to the U.K
Government from the right
sources.

s ot
Church,
: Pp!
ried out,

He knew that in the paris
St. Michael and Christ
where colossal bu
grammes were being ca




water was being turned into the
buildings. In St. George, they had
only got two standpipes for which
money was voted in the House
in 1946

There is a lack of forcibleness,”
he said. Mr, Bustamante had
said that when he wanted pipes
for Jamaica, he had been to the
Crown Agents in England for
them and got pipes along with
pumps.

He hoped that the Hon. Senior
Member for St. Michael would
nave given them some assurance
that the local ‘‘overnment would

make representation to the U.K
Government, telling them what
they wanted,

Mr. G. H. Adams (L) said that

the remarks of the Hon, Junior
Member for St. George had
brought him to his feet. He

thought that the Government al-
lowed too many things to be said
against them without representing
themselves,

Mr. Adams said that he was
speaking with a sense of responsi-
bility The honourable Junior
member for St. George had said
that Mr. Bustamante had got pipes
from England for Jamaica, but he
(Mr. Adams) would prefer to see
the evidence of this deal

When he went to England, he
brought ‘up the question of pipes
in the Colonial Office, telling them
that both sides of the House did
not think that the British Govern-
ment were doing enough. They
did not think they were consider-
ing the West Indies on the ques-
tion of pipes and how essential it
was to look on the West Indies as



a priority area
He said that he was told in
London that there were pipes in

England that were quite suitable
for use as waterpipes in Barbados.
Those pipes were, however, sent
to Persia to be used in the oil-
fields which were considered more
important. He was assuring the
House that the U.K, Government
was kept constantly aware of the
situation in Barbados.

Mr. W. A, Crawford (C) said
that he was sure there was no
honourable member in the House
who was so silly enough as to be-
lieve that the honourable member
for St. Joseph was the only leader
of a majority party who spoke
with a great sense of responsibil-
ity.

The remark made by the junior
member for St. George with
reference to Mr. Bustamante’s
going to London to get pipes for
Jamaica, was repeated by Mr
Bustamante to a public meeting at
Queen's Park.

Mr Bustamante prefaced
remarks at that meeting by say-
ing that he knew what he was
about to say would be reported
in the local Press and in the
Jamaican Press well. He

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He sure
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a the senior member for St
Joseph spoke when he desired to
pontificate In any case, whether
it be in the question of getting
water mains to the West Indies
or of getting a good price for West
Indian sugar, or of getting emi-
gration for workers to the U.S.A.
the peoples of the West Indies
had a great deal for which to be
thankful to the Government of
Jamaica

The hon. junior member for St
George was getting warm when
be said that the local government
was not entirely to blame, the
U.K. Government was also to be
blamed. The honourable senio
member for St. Joseph speaking
with a great sense of respon:sibil-
ity told them that when he went
to the Colonial Office, he was told
that they could get no pipe, what
little they had, was being sent to
the oilfields in Persia, “That's
British policy for you West In-
dians in dire distress in the coun-
try villages walking two and
more miles to get a bucket of
water,” Mr. Crawford said and
added: “The British have pipes
only to be sent to the oilfields in
Persia,”

Now the Persian Government
was taking them all over. That
was what British policy had done

ve been surpr

morning paper nh

that Mr. Busta-
Statement with

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for them and where it had led
them.
He said that he was convinced

that the the local Government was
more to be blamed than the U.K
Government in the matter. If the
British only
then “let us buy the pipes outside
the U.K.”

“Give us the dollars to buy them
where we can get them cheaper—
ir Canada, in the U.S.A. It is the
business of the local Government
vhich should know the conditions

causelt Ly absence of water in our
rural areas to make the strongest
I sible representations to the
UIt. Government.”

Mr. J. E. T. Brancker (C) saic
fuat the Hon, member was em
pnasising that in view of the

wtt.ule indispensability of water
throughout the length and breadtl

of the cclony, the Governmen,
should get the material fron
wherever they could, If it were
a matter of dollars not being

uvailable, then Government shouk
make representation to the United
Kingdom for first priority in re-
spect of these dollars for the pur-
chase of the material.

Buildings were going up every-
v.here and it seemed that pipe
was available somehow for these

If this was so in respect of one
thing, why not in respect of an-
other, Mr. Brancker asked

“If we only have a_ certain

amount of dollars we should get
some pipe exclusive to anything
else. No one can do anything
without water.”
In accordance
gramme, said Mr
Commissioners of
various parishes had submitted
a list to the Government of the
additional standposts which they
gonsidered absolutely necessary in
their parishes, “Do net let us wait
until there is another war when
we will be again told ‘you cannot
get pipe now there is another war

on,

with the
Brancker, the
Health of the

pro-

Mr. F, E. Miller (1) said that it
would be well if the Government
could ask the United Kingdom to
allow them to purchase the pipe in
Canada or wherever it was avail-



able, They certainly could not
t much longer,
Mr, O. T. Allder pointed out
hat several private buildings



going up and all the pipe
wanted could be secured, At the
same time there wos a number. of
tenantries in which for about 40 or
50 years was the fruitless clamour
for a development of the water
supply

He thought that the Government
should get down to seeing that the
material imported every year b
illocated around the island.

Mr. E. D. Mottley said that the

present policy of the Britist
Government was to sell thei:
goods into countries where they

hoped to gain an export trade anc
Cisregard the social improvements
of the Colonial Empire.

The water development was oj

the utmost importance to Barba-
and he thought that somebody
must say to the United Kingdor

that they had to give them thei:
right to buy the material they
wanted where they could get it.

Mr. Mottley commended th
Chief Engineer of the Waterwork
Denartment and the work he was
There wa itugnation
Department, aid It
found that of the

amount of pipe availabk
effort was being made
the water required to

doing.
in that
would
limited
every
carry

no
he

be out

to

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ie 3. 1960” hs departed this life! iyy Fitted with “Pye" Shortwave Radio. | of thee asthe oe eat OF ee PADRES | oie ing any debt or debts in my name unless retics , : | COLOMBIE. June 10th, 1951
gig ag | Cash or terms arranged. Dial 3 . claims, and the names} FURNISHED FLAT, Pavilion Court. 4 >> * WTtt®n order signed by me. : B.W.1, SCHOONER OWNERS ae h,
You are gone but never forgotten, ange tal 3684 or 4881 | and addresses of their Solicitors, if any,! Available for a’ oximatel ; LINCOLN ,BYNOE PENRITH sivuate at the corner of \ via Martinique &
In our hearts you ever live, 27.5.51—t.£.n. | to ae es H. Lisie Thomas in! irom 5th July "Pane 2582 a one Scarborough Land Sa Ph aera and Belmont Road, St ASSOCIATION Inc.) Guadelo ”
Tv Si beques care of Messrs. i a o Chris ae chael, standing on 11,240 square feet . : ‘upe
Silieiees westhed Christian! caR—one 1047 Frazer, mileage 20,000 | Lucas Street, Sicetenias ene the | 90.5. 51—39! 90. 5. t1—2n Christ Church. | 9¢ land. The Rates is built ot dene pee Consi Tele. N
One day we'll meet where ne'er Contact H. Manning, Westmoreland, St.| Liquidator of the said Company, and. FLAT: Gesumont. Hast Inu | contains drawing, dining, breakfast ignee. Tele. No. 4047. nt —.
‘ we'll die. James 29.5.91--Gn. | (80 required | by notice in writing | niched. Dining and Sitting’ rooms, 2] _.TRe public are hereby warned against | Pon teen Te tate | PM GtOSSSS NOR SCSI OSS OSORO SSG ISESSS
ev. H. D. Brathwaite and family awe 3% Savion ————_| from the said Liquidator, are to come} bed ning ap We yen | Siving credit » wife CAMPBELL, | 0&dreoms, toilet and bath upstairs. | 5 . CARIBBEAN R
’ AR_31 Bani acti . M edrcoms, running water, Kitche: ; ‘ing credit to my wife CAMPBELL ? Be CRUISE.
30.5.51—-1n. | working ober. Paste aa ‘yeas ae at ees Gina aah Pai or re ) sas, Usual conveniences, No aul Fee DU bie (nee Sargeant) as 1 do not h aa ma bags een Sea Sarage ROYAL NETHERLANDS
ow : : # a ep as sha © chil 2 E anh & 9 myse re ‘ » feos a and servants rooms in yard,
HCPE—In loving memory of our dear Seas ae anal aD Browne Holly- specified in such notice, or in default | Snen Ul ae ix. ape in| ccntabetite one Ge = _ ind Samar Fe . Inspection every day (except Sundays?! STEAMSHIP co COLOMBIE May 30th, 1951
bel od vif . 7 : i ,| Ww » Whitepark 9 sl—3n. | thereof they will be *} | siet *\Seliaahiihienienemraie. | # any debt or debts in my nam t 4 . Trinidad, La G Pas
joved wife and mother Charlotte en y v e exchided from the; LARGE AND FLAT at the} UMless by a written order signed by me between 4 and 6 p.m. or by appointment ac, uaira, Cur-
Anes Hope died Ma," Soth, 1944. CAR—1948 Hiliman a erent soy distrilution made before | Camp, on-the-sea, St. Lawrence Gap EDGAR DUKE, | Dial 2985 SAILINGS FROM AMSTERDAM acao, Cartagena and Ja-
an que ise wee conde away condition. Dial—95-267. Dated this Meal Gly oF Mas 1951 has pe ge a Apply: Bratton, Max- Garden Land Pubic ec wit : = oT ae ; tM s cw ilenet "een Sie deel, maica,
‘ al ay « e s a3 951. we ‘oast. Dial 6357. " ace ‘ompetition a our office itr S. “Willemstad” th. June 1951.
We are here you are there ie 29,5,51.—4n. H. LISLE THOMAS. ae ae | 99.5. St. Michael. | Lucas Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, the | SAILINGS TO PLYMOUTH & a3
But for us you are always near. CAR—Chevrolet—30,000 miles, Excellent Liquidator, | Bae Ist June 1951, at 3 p.m AMSTERDAM
es — in pe ms A condition, At Golden @idge, St. George. 2.5.57—Tn.| | MARKHAM--Hastings on the sea The public are hereby warned against CARRINGTON & SEALY, MS, “Oranjestad” I4th. June 1951. Accepting Passengers,
e' Hope Family. peas Phone—95—-259. 29.5.51.—3n. “Ski, BAseooe GeO tinea,” Set See Furnished with 3 bed-ooms and with| 8!Ving credit to my wife TANTHE JONES Solicitors SAILINGS TO TRINIDAD, PARAMAR- Cargo and Mail.
aceite sedis recent ear teene eer ne eee ASSU BARBA. UTUAL LIFE | modern conveniences, Radio, Frig and| ("ee Waldron) as I do not hold myself 19.5.51—9n IBO, GEORGETOWN
SPRINGER: | In Loving Memony of our! CAR PARTS: 14 mm. Spark Plugs, Moser Harold Pee eo uIGY | Telerhone. Apply at’ Elise Court, Hast-| responsible for her ot anyone else con- a aa} mis? “nontare" 29tn, May 1981. | tt *s
vee AG Chamios Leether, Upholstery Material! having ues -» ings 26.5.51—t.f.n.| tracting any debt or debts in my name wus Cottage (Three Bedrooms M.S. “Hersilia” lth June 1951 ¢ ”
oa who passed away on May snd many other items. Enquire at the} Policy Garant ee ; that —_—_— unless by a written order sinned Us Dre, Two Large ‘Sur with maaina at Troe SATLINGS TO TRINIDAD, LA GUAIRA,
eh naee cdehres Mow ts ‘ Auto Tyre Co. Phone 2696 i Giawinal Gciiee oan demas eens = rene: _ “WRENSCOURT", Palm Beach, Hast- DaCOSTA JONES, (Shopkeeper) bury Hil, Main Road, Near Oistins CURACAO & JAMAICA. k. M JONES & Co Ltd
= ere ser Mabe 30.5.51—t.f.n. | made motets" to — ean cae ee on ene two flat Bunga- Vauxhall, Modern Conveniences, Spacious Enclored M.S. Oranjestad’ 24th. May 1981. o % .
3 an see us cep, aaa 3 0 | lows, ear the Sea, open verandahs, Chris “hure Yard, Vacant. Di 2 : 5 + a s ger ace »
ue ane a silent tear is shed, ete “= same NOTICE | ritting, drawing and dining ga 29.5, $1—2n Christ Church an we us ak ae : eet ; or Limited Pa pales ae ommodation AGENTS
hile others are asleep ss ELEC ; at unless any objpction | bedrooms, kitchenettes, pantry, toilets and Easy Terms A, Desivabic cane hi om
Ever remembered by Marion Weekes TRICAL is raised within one month of the date; and batt T : - : sPROoe Ne Phone ::: 3814
(Mother); Gloria (Daushiats thes ee heredt; the. duolicate Polley asked ta wabipsctee h, running water and electricity The publ e hereby warned against | Spacious Cottage (3 Bedrooms Aarge ®& P. MUSSON, SON & CO, LTD., j
are Family. 5. 20.5 Bieta | HEATING PADS with 3 Heats have} Will be issued : r}garagés and enclosed yard. Available | #iving credit to am’ person er Persons 1 with Basin) at Ch. Ch., Main Rd Agents,
, ) 30.5, 51—Ir sisuel eraresa: | Seth ¥ - : ee have 4 “Ry Otder from June ist. Apply: Cc. E. Clarke, 7/ “homsoever in my name as I do not hold | Near Oistins, Very Good Condition an?
JFARWOOD—In staan hein cae ] a 7 n. F, Hu ee ays CK ‘BROWNE Swan Street. Diai 2631 or 3029 myself responsible for anyone contracting; Location, Modern Conveniences, View of ht ome cee
Asay Gikesdtanee oe eared on Tha : 5 2n . . Mecedtaie 30.5.51—Tn a deen pon in my name unless ses ee Yard enclosed with Stone :
é 1 2 . ¢ eheainaeweneesivrineriiin_ Siesectalnstvnsenbonersty ary. —_—_————_—_—_——— aialeceia — | bY a written order signed by me about 5.600 sa. ft, Vacant. C Me for "7
passed to the great beyond on May PREMIER TOASTERS— just received 23.5.51—4n CARLISLE PAYN Large First Class City Stonewall Bh ’
mth 1948. : ie Jehn F. Hutson Ltd 29.5.51—2n Novi ‘a WANTED OE ona Te ness Premiags |.& Rendance, “Galvaniz«
Sleep on, dear father CE inimum charge week 72 cents and St. Geo re Roof, No Distance from Broad St., Larg
Your task is o’er; PREMIER KETTLES — Jurt received. “Applicati $6 cents Sund 2 Ords ee 30.5.8: : eorge oe ae ~d Party
= ‘ pplications for one vacant St. Philip's | ° 's undays 24 werds — over 24 1—2n Shed Gaivanize Roof and Partly E “
_usleep, John F. Hutson Ltd 29.5.51—2n | Vestry Exhibition tehie at pees words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a | ——-———————_-— ——— | closed, Very Good Condition, Moder
Fee {ues POUR PAE Mia aU Michael's Girls’ School, will be received | WoTd on Sundays THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AaricuL-| Conveniences: about 4.000 sa. ft ie
ee ape meee POULTRY by the undersigned not later than Satur- i TURAL BANK ACT, Ith | Yours for the Nearest Offer t3 22.500 | | OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM =
Sins cane sah clan rh day th June 1951. HELP TO THE CREDITORS ‘HoLpina | Mortgage if Required. A Cinch to Cline?
Ever to be. remembered by Mrs. Carlotta | CHICKS: R.O.P. White Leghorns, New Candidates must be daughters of | ——— cement SPECIALTY 11ENS AGAINST Grigg | oo Supe! SO Son Selene Sep eR: Due
Yearwood (Wife) Mrs. Marguerite | Hampshires, Rhode Islands, Plymouth perishioners in straitened circumstances, FOREMAN -- Apply Reliable Shirt | “a"™ PLANTATION, St. Andrew = | Constructed 4 Bedroom Stonewall Bung Vv os
Xearwood | (Wife), Mrs. Marguerite) cooks, White and Black Giants. $1.32 and must be over eight years and. less Peatory. ; wSinin | TAKE NOTICE that we ihe ‘Trustees | OW: G204 as New, Exclusive Residentis ‘ FR From Leaves Barbados
x “e cach 4 weeks old. From U.S.A. Gordon| than twelve years old on the 2ist July, | —————————. ¥ of the above Plantation are about rea, Curtilege and an Orehard to Ac es cael +UIST” ; 19 ee —>
children: 29:5.51—in | cach 4 weeks old. Fram U.S.A. Gordon 105" A CHAUFFEUR: Apply AJS Husbands, | obtain a loan of £3,000 under the pro. | Mite, Right of Way to Sea, about 4 mile “TRIBESMAN™ eaen ist ro 15th sane }
| iat) «i, es een eet Se eneted | Rees. Fy. ae ss | oa of the above acts gennat "thal a" GY Gowns teed aa Low, Paes | 8.8. “STRATEGIST”. London aih June ash June
i ation form, obtained from | —— beached apni Scan a ss antation, in respect of th af ° a © OPAC " at ‘
TAKE NOTICE MISCELLANEOUS the Parochial Treasurer’s Office GENERAL SERVANT: Apply: High-| gtieultural year 1951 to 1952 . "*]) Estate and Almost Anywhere, Bargain “FACTOR” Liverpool Early June Mid June ;
The entrance examinat will be held | field, Pine Hill, between 12 and 2. Mrs peat STANT kee te ee ae ne Die Bit e sree aise pe Glasgow & ;
. at the St. Michael's Girls’ School on | J. Connell ‘ ; the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the | Arranges ial 3 Py Ge Abreu iver ex 1
Th CRESS 1A oe arene sae copped: namely) Saturday t6ks crest bart Sr oe andl bpd 29.5.51—In| shove Act (as the case’ may’ bei in| “Olive Bough”, Hastings Liverpool Early June Mi June iH
at SOAP & EDIBLE PRODUCTS N which is no trouble to use- 3 ; A . ———————---—= | respect of such year 90.8.51--11 — + —— i foacensninepeteicic iedciniomtatmnecnclinill :
LIMITED, a company incorporated under | Just put it on—and you will see it keeps Clerk te her Vente MISCELLANEOUS Dated this 29th. "day of May 1951 me HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM i
the lnwa-of the Tsland of Jamated, Wasi ee ear Ate Wepiy,y o nes St. Philip 7). WAND 10 kane L. C. M. ARCHER, — * 1 , v F cl in Barbados
acturers, whose trade or business address s Lid. 30,5. 51—2n 30.5, 51—6: 2 EN et al Executor and Trustees: D ¢ | { ( \ essei or oses
8 soe at cee, Weert weingeton. Se ape erate ae rane = eee ee ieee eee ret es — deh hee ae apettinants B. H. V. OUTRAM Isp ay 0 yinastics i |
amaica, ritis: es ndies, has i am, ‘own ur oa . renta rite y 29.5.5 -3 * “ " rn ” " ~
for the registration es tikes ace in Modern and as good as new Half orig- NOTICE a Brodeur Ave. Apt. 2, Montreal, Sree eo Ben erty QUEEN'S COLLE C ike > : pe al ——— 1 Lt ay - }
Pert “A” of Register in respect of com- inal cost Phone—2405. 29.5.51—3n. Re Estate of uebec, Mrs, L, Rideau. aaah a dymnastics Diss 1 3.5. “HERDSMAN” verpoo $s! ay ae
mon soap detergents and all preparat:ons er - ee WILLIAM RUPERT St, CLAIR REDMAN | 26.5.51—8n, play w ak epeated at Queen's Colles :
for laundry purposes end also in respect “FL "removes stains and cleans —deceased —————-——-- ~-— * r . wed ne , ——— — ‘
of perfumaiy, including toilet amie | Toilet Bowls, and. is used in ihe same| NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all). a WANTED TO BUY. TAKE NOTICE ‘een Ae Gita Knee ny |
preparations for the teeth and hair and| Way as Harpic ice reduced to 42c.] persons having any debt or claim against SHARES; 500 Ordinary Shares in the Na eb ie. igs and ey ee a 7 rth “ vi
perfumed soap, and will be entitled to | tin, Obtainable at KNIGHTS tad ike Sl matate of Praia. Rupert St. Clair Eevee Co-operative Bank around $1.60, c Oo LLEEN s te aaa een ee chool's First or fu er information apply te --->
register the same after one month from { 20.5, 51—2n man, late of Hastings, Christ Church, rite P.O, Box 266 cr Phone 4796 That SOAP ace LD IIS DA COSTA & co. LTD, —Agents
the 29th day of May, 1951, unless some) So | 0 died in. this Island on the 9th day 29.5.51—2n hat SOAP & KDIBLE PRODUCTS ADMISSIC ae ‘2
ie son ahail’ ie the meantine give notice GALVANISED SHEETS—Best quality] of October, 1950, are hereby required to | —=———————________., SE IAMITED, a company incorporated under | Adulty 1 - ~ Children 6
in dupileate to me at my office of jnew sheets, Cheapest in the Island !] send particulars of their claims, duly LOST & FOUND fs laws of the Island of Jamaica, Manu 30,5. 51-2 -
epposition of such registration. The trade \e ft $5.04; 7 ft $5.88; 8 ft $6.72; 9 ft $7.56;) attested, to the undersigned, Cyo. Cottle, ae eke pen trade or business address eae St
mark can be seen on application at my {10 oS oar age oa Better hurry !{ Catford & Co, No. 17, High Street, at ee eee see se rng vee e e e Saree
cfice A. ES co., LTD. Bridgetown, Solicitors, on or before the a. : = est indies, has apple Ca ad N t l t eee
Dated this 25th day of May, 1951. 4.5.81—t.f-n. | Bist day of July, 1961, after which we Lost Sake ek ate ee La raitan: teehee TAKE NOTICE nadian atuiona eams Ss.
H. WILLIAMS, nme | Shull proceed to distribute the assets of SWE v. . S =a eeister in respect of com
Registrar of Trade Marks. LIPTON’S TEA: Fresh shipment of this] the Deceaséd among the parties entitled 2237 vice ta See _. Series Usjmon soap detergents and all preparations WN SOUTHBOUND Sails Arriv Sells
© Marks. | particularly popular Tea is now in the] thereto, having regard only. to ar eee ider please return same to Mrs, | for laundry purposes and also in respect D Saile Sells ‘ea oe
Scelesiedccadneaia a hands of (your grocer. Prices unchanged. | claims ‘of which we shall then have had|_ tiene Reaasten, Maxwell, Ok, son of perfumery, including toilet articles That SOAP & EDIBLE PRODUCT Mogwess, Rinse ne Peery M
- John F. Hutson, Ltd.—Agents notice, ahd that we will not be Hable for 5 51—In| preparations for the teeth and hair and| LIMITED, a company incorporated unde | LADY NELSON +e 14 May 17 May’ 19 May 27 May 27 May
Sa LFS ’ i t 4 5 re : re —— ————— | perfumed soap, and will be entitled & e laws o e Island of Jamaica, Manu CAN, CRUISER 17 May 20 May ee 29 May 30 May
29.5.51—2n | ¢} s 2 > P e entitled to] the laws of the Island of Jar '
the assets or any part thereof so dis LOST > , : . a ’ q Jun 8 June
Pbated Wb ke Serta. Se ances aut OS the following Tickets on the ]register the same after one month from | facturers, whose trade or business addres: CAN, CHALLENGER , 26 May 29 May 12 May ee i
f nd POOLE POTTERY—Just received in iniasetret ales : nse Geb\| Barbados Summer Meeting the 29th day of May, 1951, unless some Producer Road, West End, Kingston | LADY RODNEY ++ 5 June 6 June 11 June 20 June =. 2: June
; n or claim we shall not then have had A. 4663, A. 499% < ” 7 . z u om satne |e eroeucer eae. ve foe ELSO: 5 Jul 14 Jul, 15 July
Y Ss wall plaques in flying ducks, blue birds, ti by 3, 3, B.3702, B.4763, B.4767, | person shall in the meantime give notice | Jamaica, British West Indies, has applies | SADY N IN ++30 June 3 July uly iy
sea gulls ete., also ornaments, cigarette ares all persons indebted to the nial | B. 8322, B £324, C.4930, C.4936,)1n duplicate to me at my office of | for the registration of a trade mark ir | LADY RODNEY ++30 July 2 Aug. 4 Aug. 13 Aug. 14 Aug.
RAYMOND JORDAN boxes, jam dishes, butter dishes, ashtrays| Estate are requested to settle their in-| p arte A sore a 1483, F144, ¥. 1489, | cpposition of such registration, The trade | Part “A" of Register in respect of com eit itl all ne
‘ etc. Louis L. Bayley, Bolton Lane. debtedness without delay. FR aoua’ eae 2 ames tage -
26.5.51—6n. is ay of Ma 5 a 5 oe nak p “ted ny OFFICE, for laundry purposes god also in respect
Ask those who KNOW Deen eas Oe ere F.{1i65, GOI, G. 0164, 1.9863, 1.9068; ] Dated this 25th day of May, 1951 Of perfumery, including toilet articios | NO#THBOUND aeaeea, aetna ee, Fitba} eee sess
WALLABA POSTS-—Sizes 8, 10, 12. FRANK MESSERVEY PHILLIPS Winder please ret t H, WILLIAMS, preparations for the teeth and hair ond | ) any NELSON Sth June 10th June 20th June — 22nd June 28th June
Apply G. Mayhew. Dial 4334 or 2382. LINDSAY ERCIL RYEBURN GILL | cay ease Teturn to Barbados Tule Mealareey CET TASe HEAT k, | DereUmNeE SORDK BNE Wil BS. Rohe LADY RODNEY 1. 3 July 5 July 14 July = 16 July 9 July
eo é 26.5.51--4n Qualified Executors of the Will 51-- 29.5.51~-3n | register the same after one month fro: LADY NELSON 2.27 Juky 20 July 7 Ave 9 Aug. 12 Aug.
of the 29th day of May, 1951, unless som LADY RODNEY “96 a 28 Ault 6 Si ft 8 Sept. 1) Sept.
OR EN L We also have in stock KURBICURA William Rupert St, Clair Redman, OFFICIAL NOT person shall in the meantime give notice Ln ues a :
+ Veterinary product for the treatment deceased. in duplicate to me at my offer 6 A ‘
SOUVENIRS, CURIOS, of Thoropins, Curbs, Capped Hocks, 30,5.51—3n | BARBADOS, ICE cpposition of such registration. ‘The trad | N-B. ee aera ics pba ee aectcarniy cola ‘steele baci
JEWELS j icenlis, and Sprung Tendons in Horses - IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY mark can be seen on application at m . 3
land for Big Knees in Cattle. Price 5/- IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906, 1d reby re ioe office f-
New Shipment opened jbox. KNIGHTS LTD. 30.5.51—2n TAKE NOTICE persons having or claiming any estate, right’ or interest. ctmerilen a Pe puuenees Dated this 26th day of May, 105) '
$$$ in or affecting the property hereinafter c 7 I H. WILLIAMS, GARDINER AUSTIN & co LTD = A ents.
9 DIAL ibe property nafter mentioned (the property of the defendants) . 7 .
I HANI S We have in stock ATOMITE D.D.T. HYGEA to bring before me an account of their elaims with their witnesses, documents and Registrar of Trade Marks,
8466 , Insecticide, the Household Pest destroyer, vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday betwe the h 29.5 .51-—3r
= i ‘Ants, Cock- | _ That SOAP & EDIBLE PRODUCTS | 12 noon and 3 o'clock in the ’ » Re i nebween ihe hours of 45"
which Se ee ea tie mh ck. | LIMITED, #-company incorporated under} Bridgetown before th eee ectecrogD, « Registration Office, Public Buildings PPPOE.
roaches, Fleas, i. sd ts 7 a eer in order’ th : : DISORIENTATION TTT TET,
T to 1/3. KNIGHTS eta 5.51—3n fot laws of ane aes of saraaice, Sia eae aoe ranked according to. the fature and clos ehicest reaneeitvais ‘
HE LOYAL SGROTHERS OF ee MOUrers, WHhesS Wee ae Husnees alcewes se such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be 2 ’ :
, § is Producer Road, West End, Kingston, | deprived of all claims on or against the said property. 4 S I your A
Proudl ieee ae { EDUCATIONAL gameise, aritish West indiss, ae applied Plaintiff ; aetna HUPCHINGON BAYLEY, trustee of the will of George e ecting { PASSAGES TO EUROPE sie
rouadly reser eir - - - ‘or the registration of e trade mark in 1 iy" arren, deceased, ae
’ “Aes Rata ‘ Defend ¢ : F, 2 > . wn
fon, wosp deteogente sna. pil preparations anit GARET CADOGAN; BEATRICE LEWIS sar CLARA tEwi Contact Antilles Products, Limited, Roseau, Dominica, for ‘
s ents a a reparat.ons | p: pr. : JEWIS «a 4 4 Ss. a aili ie * :
19 BECKFORD & SMITH'S SCHOOL for laundry purposes and also in respect PROPERTY ARS AEST certain parcel of land (formerly part of Goodland plant- sailing to Europe fortnightly. The usual rts of cal art
® SPANISH TOWN, JAMAICA, BW. of perfumery, including toilet artcles aetna pate in the parish of Saint Michael and Island abovesaid Dublin, London, or Rotterdam. Single fare £70; usual
TWO ASSISTANT MASTERS: (1) A J preparations for the teeth and hair and perchen or Chetan bouts AIA Oi eke rae (oracle : reduction for children.
AT QUEENS PARK gaduate in English, with History orf perfumed soap, and will be entitied to the Weathury Cimetery on fon, on darids of Alexander Gibson on
oO Geography as subsidiary subjects. (2) Ayregister the same after one monty from private roadway or however of a place called Frolic and on a . . . s RSE ? :
ere graduate in Mathematics, with French] the 29th day of May 1951, unless some] Bill Gled 26th February, 1951. or however else the same is abutting PROM HERE IS RABY ein oe , fe RENT
THURSDAY 7th ov Latin as subsidiary’ subjects. To] person shall in the meantime give, notice | Dated 2nd May, 1951, pap S a Many Nice Things to enn ens nasatninane tna |
©: e st September 1951 rate » me hice f pict di “-
SATUR o 3 ae scale ur 20-500 i“ 25-550 ce “of caer roel Seateae, The trade H. WILLIAMS, 6599559909090 NOSSO LNT
URDAY Sth June p.a . plus marriage allowance £50 p.a.,] mark can be seen on application at my ee id NEW and renewed Bedsteads..in i a
4 vanes ding to | office, oe Mahogany, Birch, Pine, | Iran > , " J -
(and service allowancs cor o : ; Wardrot ; dé MH, f
orv: andwriting, a 's lay May, 1951. ~ Springs, Lathes, Wardrobes, @ ld ‘ :
| Sev evaing’ taitincantale 40k ps si aut ary sk 7 WILLIAMS, ; S Vanition Chests « of Drawers ‘ 7
The Secretary Registrar of Trade Marks | . . THE BARB Jashstands ahtchairs ci -
| ‘ z ADOS POLICE > TO HAND THIS WEEK
BECKFORD & SMITH'S SCHOOL, 29.5.51—3n TO-DAY’S NEWS
| Spanish Tow amai ! . f Sas allah
‘own, Jamaica, B.W.1T. | ——— — DINING, Kitchen, Faney Table 1aNT 1
: tama ANNUAL SPORTS peeing secre tameanee, ST CANADIAN ELECTRIC IRONS & TOAST
2 Waggons, Larders, Sideboards;
| HARRISON COLLEGE AND TAKE NOTICE inthe Year Book of the West er Waggone, | Lapdars, _ Bidebeatias é
UEEN’S COLLEGE Caribbean including the Bermu- " : Case; Ice Box; Rope Mats $1.08. _ ‘ ‘ED al 4 é
| QUEEN'S COLLE CAMEO Lirea ntl he et: IW xcesuNcroN ovat. {h|e East aietes int sheen rut, CENTRAL EMPORIUM |
i That SOAP & EDIBLE PRODUCTS Guianas._-$12,00 DRAWING ROOM FURNITURE . ;
| Removai of Office ‘of LIMITED, a company ineqrPorstad unger ; Cs = on in Morris, Bergere, Tub, Rus % Corner of Broad & Tudor Stre . 3 ;
- the laws of the Isiand of Jamaica, Manu- Pct q J ets :
Secretary-Treasurer facturers, whose trade or business Bes | FAB Th x epctleatione | THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1951 cecenepemaenton %
* is Producer Road, West End, Kingston, er of sek hy : nem at 3 _m,
| As from the Ist of June, 1951,} jamaica, British West Indies, has applied Kctislos “and depth het tones , x $$5566606
the office of the Secretary-| for the registration of a trade marie in Bing oe Diy PRICES OF ADMISSION: L N ee a og
7 - es art “A"’ o egister ir espec D ‘ ‘ ‘ Z
ace ki eaiaae aaa 4 aes i mon soap deterges's ond ail preparations JOHNSON’S STATIONERY ensington Stand: 4 ° ° > %
ef aoe ee a —_ “ etc S| for laundry purposes and also in respect « & HARDWARE Adults 1/6 , ‘
‘ollege wi e situated a €aY-} of perfumery, including toilet articces, Children 9d y ;
rison College (in the building yeeperslirns for ae tees ene ee ou George Challenor Stand: 1/- PRY TW. x 4 "
adioini 3 3 2s resi- rfumed soap, and wi ye entitled | = =. : % }
adjoining the Headmaster’s resi-| Porter the sania after ‘one month front Police Band in attendance. DIAL 4069 % } y ¥ i
dence). the 29th day of May, 1951, unless some FOR YOUR INSURANCE x 4 ‘
\ ' . ,| person shall in the meantime give notice NEEDS — CONSULT a ELLA PLL? ; 4
Fees for pupils, of either school} in duplicate to me at i ; hios ot ANDREW D. SHEPPARD
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the period 1st January, 1951 to 3lst Decem- q
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PAGE EIGHT



SPARTAN HOLD JA



Governor Presents

Football

Trophies

“THE JAMAICA football team concluded their tour
with a match against Spartan which ended in a three-all

draw at Kensington Oval yesterday afternoon.

The large

‘crowd that attended saw Spartan, this year’s winners of the
First- Division, bring honours even with three second half

goals,

The Governor attended the match and at

presented B.A.F.A. trophies

the end
to Spartan, Harrison College

and Notre Dame, First, Second and Third Division winners

respectively.
Major A. R. Foster Presiden
of the B.A.F.A., before the

presentation, said that the Associa-
tion was grateful to the Governor
and Lady Savage for the keen
interest they had taken in the
tour. He also thanked the
Governor for presenting the
trophies.

He said that the visit of the
Jamaica football team was a new
éra created in the history of local
foctball. It was the first time that
a team from that colony had
visited these shores and they must

thank Mr. O. S. Coppin, Hon,
Secretary of the B.A.F.A., » ho,
through his efforts, made th» (pur

possible. He said that Mr. Coppin
was the happy medium through
which the sporting public could ge
to know each other better.

To the Jamaica team Ma pr
Foster said; “Gentlemen ot
Jamaica, by your sportsmanship,
you have made us feel that sot
only have you appreciated our
company but that we have mad» a
lastinig friendship.”

He regret.ed



NEVILLE MEDFORD, Spartan
skipper, receiviny, tue First Di-
vision Cup from the Governor
(right).

their stay was such a short one but
hoped they had enjoyed it.

He said that unfortunately they
had many injuries but in spite of
mishaps they played really good
football. They fought back gal-
Jantly and although they lost the
Rtibber their ball control and posi-
tional play was above that of their
opponents. Having regards to

oOdwill, etc. he can truly say that
the tour was a success,



» Major Foster next congratulated
@ local champions of the three
visions. With special reference
to Notre Dame, he said that that
team had joined the Third Divis-
‘on in 1949. They headed that
geicn and was promoted to the
ond in 1950. Again Notre Dame
Were victorious and this year they
played in the First Division and
nearly won that trophy.

“Mr. Alty Sasso, Manager of the
Jamaica team, on behalf of the
Kingston Cricket Club, thanked
the B.A.F.A. “for arranging such
an enjoyable tour.”

He said that their stay in the
island would not be easily forgot-
ten. The hospitality shown in
Barbados will remain forever with
them. The good sportsmanship
for which the West Indies was
noted, was upheld by Barbados.
Even though the rivalry was keen
at no time did it lack goodwill.
He hoped that the time was not
far off when a West Indian foot-
ball Association would be formed,
Based along the lines of the West
Indies Cricket Board of Control.
When this was done coaches cov id
be brought from other parts of tie
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ard of West Indian football,
He congratulated the Barbados
football team for their splendid
and well earned victory and hoped
that in the near future they would
be able to imvite a team from
Barbados to play against Jamaica
The Governor said that the
Jamaica team was appreciated
very much. He wished them
“God Speed” on their return to
Jamaica and “Good Football.” He
then called for three cheers for
the visitors. ”

The Game
In the game between Spartan
and the visitors Miret at centre
forward for Jamaica, scored two
goals. The other goal was sent ii
by Cooper, their regular goalic,
who was playing at inside right.

For Spartan the goals were
scored by Gittens, left half,
Griffith, right winger and Boyce

left winger.

Spartan, who were only abie
to field ten men at the beginning
of the game, took the touch Joff.
Jamaica defended the northern
goal, Their regular goalie Cooper
played at inside right while Foote,
the youngster of the team, was
between the posts.

When the game was only a few

minutes old the visitors opened
their score. Miret, their centre

forward, received a short pass
from Cooper. He beat Cozier, the

Spartan custodian, with a light
tap into the right corner of the
nets,

Inspired by their opener, the

Jamaica team went into the al-
tesyk. The game, which started a
bit slow, brightened. Soon after
Miret received a through pass
from Skipper Miller at centre
half. He took a one time shot but
the ball travelled inches outside
the left post.

Heron on the left wing fo:
Jamaica bore down on the Spar-
tan goal area and centred beau-

tifully, Miret headed goalwards
but the ball went over the cross
bar.

Spartan had a good opportuni-
ty to equalise when Cammie
Smith, their centre forward, took
a hard shot which struck ful)
back Excel and rebounded to right
winger Chase, Chase had _ only
Foote to beat but punched the
ball wide of the goal.

At this stage Spartan got their
other player Paul Tudor came on
to the field and went to centre
forward position for the Park
team. Parchment, the Jamaica
left half, was injured and taken
off the field.

Jamaica got their second goal
shortly afterwards, Miret passed
to Cooper but Medford, left full
back for Spartan, intercepted and
collected the ball, He passed back
to Cozier who failed to gather.
Cooper then tapped the ball inte
the open goal. At half time the
visitors were still two goals in the
lead. ia wie

Miret scored the third goal for
Jamaica after receiving a lon#
pass from McLean. With only
Cozier to beat, he shot hard inte
the left corner of the nets.

Spartan then got their first goal,
Gittens, their left half, took 4
long shot which passed over th:
head of Foote and into the nets

Following this goal the pace o}
the game _ increased. Samuel!
Griffith on the right wing for
Spartan in place of Chase, score:
the second goal. He received a
pass from Ishmael and took a lob
at the goal. The ball again
travelled over Foote’s head and
into the nets.

Spartan nearly equalised when
Tudor centred from inside right
position. Boyce, the Spartan left
winger, headed goalwards but th®
ball struck one of the Jamaican
backs and went out of play. A
corner was taken but nothing re-
sulted, Cooper now changed
places in goal with Foote whe
played at centreforward,

A few seconds before
Hoyos blew off Spartan
the equaliser. It was a_ beauti-
ful shot by Boyce, into the left
corner of the nets, completely
beating Cooper

The teams were follows:

Jsmaica: Foote, McLean, Excel,
Narcisse, Miller, Parchment, Hall,
Cooper, Miret, Berry and Heron.

Spartan: Cozier, Bowen, Med-
ford, Cacogan, Gittens, Ishmael,

Zoyee, Tudor, Griffith, Smith
and Chase.

Referee
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Government

The House of Assembly yester-
day passed u resolution to approve
the Order made by the Governor-
in-Executive Committee on May
3, 1951, under the provisions of
section 4 of the Special Registra-

tion of Voters (General Assem-
bly) Act, 1951.
Dr. Cummins (L) who took

charge of the resolution, explain-
ed that there were no changes in
the main facts of the resolution,
but only a matter of a few changes
in names.

Mr. Wilkinson (E) said that it
was impossible when making a big
change to avoid errors and omis-
sions, and no doubt the Order
which was then passing was to
correct some of those errors.

He had heard many complaints
from people in different districts
that they had not received their
papers to fill out. Others who
had received them complained
that they had not seen the dis-

trict registering officer again to
hand them in.

He hoped that the Govern-
ment would instruct the district

registering officers to get in all
the returns possible in the next
few days.

Mr. Mottley (E) said that it





AICA TO 3—3 DRAW

Asked To Give More Time

appeared to him that the tack
ot insufficient information from
the beginning of the scheme

would have meant that the Gov-~

ernment would have to extend
the time.

There were some people wh
had not yet got in touch with
the registering officer through
they having to go out to their
work. ‘Anything that is worth
while, is orth while going af-

ter’, he said.



it was drawn to his notice
very stupid advertisement which
appeared in the local press. Tha
advertisement stated that if one
did not then register, he would
find himself in the position of not
being able to vote.

“It is not true”, he said. If one
were not registered cn Form “A”,
there was no person that could
prevent him from registering on
Form “B”.

He was throwing out a sugges-
tion to the Government to extend
the pericd for registering on Form
“A” to another 15 days. There
was no hard and fast rule, he said,
which said that the peried for
registering on Form “A” must
close by the end of May. } felt

le

The Derby Will be Run Today

There are 44 final acceptances
for the Derby which will be
worth £22,925 and will be the
richest in the history of the race.

It will also be the most valuable
classic race ever decided in Great
Britain, The value to the winner
will be £19,486 5s. 0d. The race
is tc be run at Epsom to-day
cver the traditional mile-and-a-
half course.

Acceptances. are:—
611 ANAMNESTES, b c, by Nasrullal

-—-Anne of Essex (Mr. P. Bull) (Cc. F
Elsey) E, Britt

1 ARCOT, b c, by Nearco Vestal
Virgin (Mrs. MW, Glenister) (G, Colling!
E. C. Elliott

0 ARCTIC PRINCE, br c, by Prince
Chevalier Arctic Sun Mr, J, McGrath!
W. Stephenson: C. Spares

01 ARDENT HOPE, b c, by Ardan-
Pobolink (Miss D. Paget) (Houghton!
G. Richards

BARNA REMEDY, br c, by Laborde

—Rose Tremiere (Lord Howard de
Walden) (J. A. Weugh?.
323 BOKARA, b_ c, by
Grangemore (Lord Glentaran)

T. Masterson

03 BRUMFIELD, b c, by
Gleanings (Maj. J H.
Easterby)

%3 CLARE HILL, br ec, by Arctic Star
Roisin (Mr. J. McGrath) (Ireland)
J, Eddery.

10 CLAUDIUS, ch c, by Caracall I-
The Golde Girl (Mrs. W. Bryant)
(R. H, Warden) - D, Page.

Nasrullah
Ireland)

Brumeux
Paine? Ww

111 CROCODILE, b c, by Devonian
Queen of the Nile (Mr. J O'Bing)
(Persse) -— IN. Sellwood,

001 EXPEDITIOUS, ch c, by Hyperio:
~-Why Hurry (Mr. J, V- Rank? (N
Cannon) A, Breasley

FAST ANCHOR, ch c, by Precipita-

tion—Overbourd (Sir H. Gray) (Ireland)

002 FAUX PAS, br ¢, by Mieuxce-
Rose Bertin (Mrs. R. Foster) (J. Law-
son) D. L, Jones,

3 FRAISE DU BOIS If, b c, by Bois
Roussel—Sugar Hills (The Aga Khan)
(H. Wragg) —- C. Smirke,

1 KI MING, br c, by
Ulster Lily + (Mr, Leyon)
1. Gosling.

20 KING CARDINAL, b c, by Persian
Gulf—Carnation (Mr. H. J, Joel) tJ,
Watts)—E, Smith.

LE TYROL, b c,

Ballyozan
iM, Beary!

by Verso IL—Princesse

—Loinfaine 11 (Mr, B, Strassburgher!
(France) —W, Snaith,

LE VENT, br c, by Mistral—East
Angelia (Mme. Lb. Volterra) (France)
R, Poincelet,

1 MALEKZADEH, bc, by Umiddad
Tophana (The Aga Khan) (M, Marsh)
010 MALKA’'S BOY, b c, by Nasrullah

‘Killie Crankie (Mr H, EB Elvin}
(Nightingall) — W. Cook,

24 MEDWAY, ch. c, by Orthodox-
Millstream (Mr, P. Bartholomew) (Win-
ter)-—-D, Smith

MYSTERY IX, b ec, by Tehran—Mis-
tress Ford (Mme. V. Esmond) (France)

-F. Palme’.
023 NEROIN, b c, by Nearco—Loves
Legend (Begum Aga Khan} (H, Wragg)
611 NORTH CAROLINA, be, hy

Kingsway—Kitty Hawk (Mrs, 1, F. C

Bryce) (Boyd-Roehfort},

£10 NOURREDDIN, br c, by Tehran—
Precocity (Mr. W. F, Phillips) (A
Waugh)-—T. Lowrey

NYANGAL, b ec, by Djebel—Sansa
(M. M. Boussac ‘France)—W. R, Jobn-
stone

14 PARADISE STREET, ch ¢, by Wat-
ling Street Heaveniy Wind (Lord
Allendale) Flsey) Littlewood

114 FART DU LYON, g ¢, by Cou
du Lyon—Aftermath (Mr. D, W. Molins
iW, Nightingall) T. Haweroft,

0 PRINCE D'OUTLLY, bi ¢, by Gun
dumar—Reine d’Ouilly (M. F. Dupre)
(Warden)

344 QUICK RETURN, ch f, by Pre-
cipitation-——-Duleamara (Mrs, G. Kohn
(Sneya)

What's on Today

Police Courts — 10.00 a.m.
Court of Appeal—10.00 a.m.
Meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce — 2.00 p.in.
Mobile Cinema gives show

(Cc; B. G



at Shrewsbury School
yard, St. Philip, at 7.30
p.m,

CINEMAS

“Globe” “Littl Giant’ — 445
and 8.15 pan,

“Plaza” (Bridgetown): “The Win-
dow” and “Tarzan Desert Mys-
tery” — 145 p.m, and 8 50 p.m

“Empire” “Two Weeks With
Love’ — 1.45 p.m. and 8,30 p.m

“Rexy': “Undercover Man” and

“Streets of Ghost Town”
pom, and &.50 pom

“Reyal’: “A Guy Could Change’
and “Along the Navajo Trail’—
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RAINCHECK, b ec, by Tourbi.lion-
Menge-Monnaie (Mr. F. TT. Williams)
(R, J. Colling) — C. Bouillon.

40 SASHCORD, b c, by Turbido—
Cordon ‘Capt. A. M. Keith) (C. F,

Elseyi—W. T. Evans.
00 SELECTOR II, ch c, by Macaron--
Scabreuse, (Mr, C. Sweeny) (H. Wragg)
11 SIGNAL BOX, ch c, by Signal Light

Mash:q (Mr. F, W. Dennis) (Ireland)
M. Molony.

622 STOKES, b c. by Mieuxce—Brave
Molly (Sir V. Sassoon) (N, Bertie) G
Richards

01 STRAIGHT QUILL, b c, by Straight
Deal—Mrs. Feather (Miss D. Paget!

(Houghton)—P. Evans.
30 SUN COMPASS, ch c,
Guiding Star (Mr. C. W. Gordon) (J
Jarvis)—W. Rickaby. .

11 S¥YBIL’S NEPHEW, b c, by Honey-
way or Mides—Sybi.’s Sister (Lore
Milford) (J, Jarvis)\—E, , Mercer,

201 TITIAN, b c, by Nearco-
Garter (Lord Sefton) (Persse)

by Borealis

Red

203 TURCO I, b ec, by Fighting Fox
-La Rose (Mr, W. Woodward) ‘Boyd
Rochfort)-—W. H. Carr,

032 TURKS RELIANCE, ch c, by
Turkhan—Some Anxiety (Mr. F. Wright!
iR. A, Jones)—J. Sime,

311 WATERINGBURY, bi c¢, by Blue
Feter—Borobella (Major L. B Holliday)
(G. Brooke)—S. Clayton.

24 WOODCOTE INN, ch _c,
Inn—British Rose «(Mrs, F. C. W New

man) (W. Nightingall).

41 ZUCCHERO, br_c.. by Nasrullah—
Cestagnola (Mr. G. Rolls) (K Cundel)
‘_L. Piggott

i MODERN HIGH WINS

Modern High School defeated

Harrison College 40—15 in their
This

Pasketball game on Monday.

js the sixth successive victory
for Modern High School.












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the officers should have more time.

He was appealing to the Gov-
ernment to see that every oppor-)
tunity was given the people to
register.

“Having read the act, nobody!
can stop me from registering!
whom I want to register on Form
B,” he said. “Please correct tha‘
mistake.”

Mr. Allder (L) said that from
the beginning, when the scheme
wag set up, criticisms were levell-
ed at the Government. The peo-
ple were not co-operating, and so
the registration of voters was nou
going on as easily as was expect.|
ed. In spite of the criticisms,/|
he said, the department responsi- |}

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ble had not tried to correct those
errors.

He suggested that the “Mobile
Cigema” and the Press should
have been pressed into service to}
propagate the scheme in_ the!

country diSstricts. “The scheme
needed more propaganda,” he
said. “Too many people are un-

willing to become registered.”
He felt that the time should be
extended to 15 or 30 days to be
sure that, through their short-
sightedness, people were not pre-
vented from exercising the vote.

Sports Window

FRIENDLY FOOTBALL
This afternoon at St. Leonard's
pasture, Richmond Gap, Rangers
will play against Westerners "A",
This is a replay. The referee will
be Mr. O. Graham
BASKETBALL (Second Division)
Lynch's Secondary School vs.
Modern High School at Modern
High School, Roebuck Street.
Barbados Regiment vs. Pirates
at Harrison College. Play in both
of these matches will begin at

Grenada Wins

GRENADA, May 29

Grenada won all three opening
games in the Windwards tourna-
ment this afternoon. Laurie Com-
missiong and Mrs. F. C. Hughes
beat Lee Wescott and Mrs. Robert
Hail 6—1, 6—1; Mrs. C. E. Hughes
beat Mrs. Olive Jardim 6—3,
6—3; Roy Hughes and Leonard
Hughes beat Edward Martin and

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WEDNESDAY M \v !. ISA B VRRAIW1S \n\IK \TI i'-... i rimEr S.P.G. Envoy Due June 20 %  M. Ho U OH I MbaU of the Society for the i*'l on th* .-ceaaion of Us ZSOth Mrthdjy. and will be carrying a copy of 111 on June 16th 1701. and a replica of the ship In whirl fl„t musionary sailed in 1702. Bishop Howe Browne was commissioned in St Martin-in-th*-PlaMa, London. In April, together with Ova otner bishops who are eoinc to places where the Society workuia tsasasop Browne will arrive in I The Society (Or the P f ttm (;,.-|>-i h.. *orkM in the West Indies UIIT In 1701. A:. 1710 th< < rited the amlah had lieon ucqurnlhed to tencral Chytatopher Cod* rlnfjton, OovarWaT of the Leeward PlTl of '.he income frorn l used to establish Codrinfitofi College trhfc noble record of neiirly two and R nturiag of work IN the bean. %  was for •cine yean vicar in London before appointed Lord Blsbofi 4 Bloemtuiitcin in 193.'i ontecrated in S drat. Cape Town, Ha I from ins dtoceae. In ii spouse to the %  nig greeting?, bom lha Society, deputation! of nationals will come in England and will he • lrorr.isrioned al Cantarbury Cathedral on 3eptautbar iiih to conduct l (ndlei "'lit iEdmondson of Jnmui'a Oiisiu of SIM. %  Bray, Rector of Sheldon .:. Warwas sent by the Bishi p of London to investigate repeated appeals for spiritual help mam thi Am. 'lines. On hll return Brav appealed direct to William 111 a/no on June HHh 1701 rjante., ., Royal Charter to the See* Propagation of the I prtt to aand an orthodox clergy to -ho PI ,.nd Factories (trading pa sftsi t" belonging 10 OUT Kinjcdom of England" thus new Men forward in cure of backward peoples. The Href mi"' l Ainerna in 1702. Work begun about the *amr lime in Canada and the West Indies. Work ben 17.12. Since the* wot k done III Australia. New Zealand China, Japan, India, Ma Borneo. Burmn Slnwwvrc. R thua the oldest mi**ioniry-$ending organ %  church of and haencircled the world. Nine Cane Fire* Foster Workers* Case \-:..III .1 I SycMfll Disinissefl A case which waabrougM by the poliocharging Oolboi lord of Clapham. Brim.:!Hill, with riding the bicycle x-2730 on January 30 In I negligent manner along UalKeith R yesterday dismissed wUti %  idlae by a city Pofi<. M irate. The prosecution brought two witnesses hut each Of U 1 dBffarant account of what toon place. One of th>m eOttM not rannmbar the data of lha offenci but was sure that it was the defendant who was riding tht bicycle X-2730. Sgt. Forde attached to the Traffic Branch at Cant) prosecuted for the Police. Cccuiretl Monday rane fires occurred on re acres of canes were burnt. Ncarh .di M the WUHU I'lintation. CsVM •ix acres of ll nurnt. Thev are l-erty of G. Evtlvn. Seven acres of second crop ripe canes were burnt at Harrow St. Philip. They belong to D S. Payne of the same phuitatlon. A quantity of ripe cane* were burnat Wiltshire Plantation, St. Philip. A Are at Windsor Plantation. St. George, burnt eight and a half acres of first crop ripe canes. They are the property of O. ! P Six and .1 half acn crop ripe canes and thu. B ratoom were burnt at rr.r. IM K iim Plantation. Christ Church. These belong to G. M, Drayton. In the Leeward part of the Bra al Spring Vale Plantation. St. Andrew, bfl a.res of second crop ripe canes, the proper!v of ,1 A. Haynev Another Ore at Joes River Plantation. St. Joseph, burnt flee acres ripe canes. This Bra extended 'o Frizers Plantation and burnt one acra el imnd crop ripe canon and five and a quarter fOung r a toon*.. They are the property of Joes River Ltd. • c week-end a fire nl ExchanKe. St. Thomaa, burnt seven fere* of second crop ripe cane*. "f A. II. Johnson. In all instance* iho am covered by insurtaca The m-joiiiy of tires that occurred so far during the present crop season *ere spread over thu %  I parishes. "That's where the lire bug gets into t. 1 who are causing these hres." & planter told the Adveeate yesterHa said that it would be foolish to .ouggest that all of these caused by carelessness nl people who threw cigarettes fron moving vehicles. "That is entirely out of the question." "In British Guiana and some of the other islands canes are garni 1 1 gc: rid of snakes which may Ong the trash. *. have m Barbados, so there is no need to burn canes." Latboirrers Make More He said that the managers. would OOl burn the canes purposely because ... not insured for the full value. We h. buTnl canes and a certain amount of insurance • In some cases if we do not make haste and grind the canes, ktTim ate. What benefit ^et from burning them" ." %  1.1 ip.ut froir, that, W( havg had .T splendid crop "I feel thai the labourers are 1 .. They are paid 7:i cent* per ton for cutting. lopping, cleaning and loading the in 1 tliink they §M a IM pel ton when they cut burnt canes. On the other hand ihoy I.IMno treat] to hamper their oil they gra able to load .anes. They make more a v working on bin although the work Is more dirty." Ht Mtd tl'at comtllg to the end on, when the trash ,s i-eginniiig to get thick, labourbe inclined to bun; < %  * 1 have stated a tageous to the labouronly way to stop cane f ur ther reduce the lawaga for cutting burnt canea so that the good Income is would not beIneenttve. bi paying them %  penny less, why no) pay them three-pence or fouiaae, H be said. Burnt to b*Rid of Travh Mr. C. da LeejUW Caupom of Plantation Sktldon. Corentyne, liritish Guiana, who rccently arrived in the island to %  pend % %  month's holiday, iold tho te that m B.G. they ruirn Recreation W D.C. rtea cied huge automobile fac' i*?ars hu na-ne because ware "too noisy" during a choir recital by a group of hi^ en.1 Perhaps hi* action was an eatreme example at hoar I I erican companies will go their workerhappy, but U was m kha beat Amm tradition of providing for employee*, their fin %  kende. Recreation programmes for workers were sUrtesl early in ihe lact century. SomeU.nes a group gathered after work and played any game they could agree upon. Sometime* wellrounded plans vs 1 gn--t manufacturerbVJ WestmKhouse who geca creat'on for workers In his elcctiu. I plant as far back as 1*80. Of thaM pruriiinai wenfor workers onh Mow more than 100 dilTerent aciiviu:ing from football and skiing to knir making, are arranged bv 30,000 companies, employee associations and labour unions, and others in the community TinWr-iinghouse Compen," for example, recently turned orer a 19-acre park to the eitv of Bast llttsburgh. A no was boil 1 in Buchanan, Michigan, with money donated by local potation m Foil Worth. Texas. %  performed witboul rharaMj for in loo peraona Children Nt Overlooked The Bi idgepoi in Ihe Stale of Cnnnccn • $33,000 to improve the efty*l armory so that it could be uaed for sporLs. When employees of the OanaraJ BacMe co:npanv in Providence. Rhoga island, could not find enougli opponents for thll team, thev s.up .^ty-wide league will; the help of the local Young Men's Wi.nitio,,. the owner of a lace factory, and other individunU and community groups. Children are not overlooked Many firms support yMingttcr*' baseball learns. Others -. in ,i ih. sens and daughters of workers U. summer camps, and manv comI lab unia children's parties at Chi time The belief lhat It's cood buslggg h) hnvr contented WOrkeni has full approval of Iks sOovernmant So much so that it recently released rtaajf) needed deft 1 % %  > all to buftd a new 5*00.000 community reangre In ML Airv. North Carolina. ., town of nnlv MM pot 1 FALSE ALARM CAPETOWN le dashed up to n's house to quell a Arc. only to find him burning leaves in the garden. Neighbour'; had given the alarm. The householder was presented with .1 tali for 110 the coal of turninj the lire engine out. "bug lo get rid aavy trash, in thu way 'he cullers ,nc able to get between thg cani-s more easily. Skcldon is .1 Hookers concern and Mr. 1 lor SuperHUM the lte> crop ood. The eery gnoi and may prove 10 be a record Kdhiug Schooner fatyi I ir^l \ Wi\ Thai KM schooner rtoreswe ghBanari aaak %  %  ice before going I %  The Florence Ewunurt MB I %  Captain Re' %  iio'i coming io Barbados before. During her t %  traded between Trinidad and Grtr.ada with p* has made trips to other Leeward %  Captain Roberts had I vated ialo a fishing schooner The ire so put in that-they can be used as hatches fc • .:, %  I l.ai-li. r I in 1 M-l long and I I of II feet. a %  %  %  ., frT: Barbados make a b %  foi thei Trinidad S 1 D. L. Job \\ ill Srx.O Months For Lunvm 1 i' with hai wag fggtageirj paeaed on IS-yaa eld labourer Noel KfnjJ 1 %  my. par of the 1 •dial King %  %  to 11 inonthi unpriaani IIIR slock feed. This was In IB4. Kfcag recatvad lha >ix month*' I w stealing lu property irf i>n<'o-t,, k i on May 13 about 4.58 1 'able 4SH < noticed him with the tun arrested him after ho could give axpfanetlon as to hd thus the waj will be denied %  W %  lar liberI'rogr amm a'*. % %  import aMP -err set up allowing (o ihlp to the B W I M %  1 .-\|...i;. -. of the !-48 period %  %  %  quota baaed on a %  %  •essential good! ihe go pea %  1 lured goods. Tl had 11 %  I ad that the\ '. %  %  the nw" to Indict ic 1 Kruler X CJP.J MORNSNGCOUGHS Placed On liond For Stealing 1 b) a City P< aid gull'y i %  % %  a ol Black Hoc* the defendant ( with the %  RHEUMATIC PAINS Her 9 it REAL re/faf . For real relief from rheumatic pains it is essential to correct thru cause. When they are 4ne lu thia 1 cumulation of bodily impanties It means that your kidneys which should Alter away these harmful impurities are sluggish and need a medicine tn tone then ID De Witfs Kutnry and BUMer Pills wr ..((•-u.illy prepared for Use pnr%  -..'. Thev sootke and ton* up diwicilerad kidneys so egeenedy that these vital orgaaa •pseduy retnrn to ihcii normal lanction of rlraiing, the ayatPSi of iinpuritw* I> Aw.ua Pels hav. been ^ olirvuig rbeumatK suSerers I in many panai of the world % with frost %  ucoBss. Thu fine mi-Tu me may be fust what you need. Go to your uat and obtain a ippry of DeWitt's Pills nght OUR GUARANTEE 11. Wrtt's (Mis are manufactured under strictly hygienic coodihona and the ingredients conform to rupd standards of onnty. DE WITT'S PILLS ll Mm t.i I i. iiwll In| %  -jilt tegatsi ts niiiasii] "tkad 'i nl npwl ni| 1.-1 ii)In .l'|>i'—*d, • Trnflli and ymi'r* % %  il'-rm* Ir.ifn o -.illinf-rr.bralsuf 1m IM: -.ii MM* lusl im rgy; i itii^ %  1 ,i .111 il rsfes %  BKKFAST TOXIC WIXE Fire /turns Shop Ami Canes A (Ire at Mjukei Mill. St 1. Mondag niht mmpleteiy deal royarl to Cknrwd n 13 address.. The fire extended t.. house and da .ii I kitflieo roof attached. It bi thi of Geuftland LbMotl ••' dwaei Rottom. s* Oem get 1* 1 sureu. t 1 ^0 hole* propertv of Mr cut r ( Jehovah J Skefdon'i executive itaff is made up of aoout \7 Ruropi 1 be factory turns OUl Ion b> 15" ton* Of d.'iy. depending on the type of 1 thai "i lie... i their poor soil, Ihey experiment with more v.uieties of canes than in Barbados where the soil richer. He Is accompanied by h 1 Sensational New Make-up : imittlatitirt anil /loirilfr Im one/ *^TMiis?l'^ IAI /ttio N EW! No' ke mke-up, not a greiy foundation! Anssl Face'' la loundatwn and powder all In one No wit nns-. PS " %  .' %  flnMrtlns. "An|il Far* son on easily ami -mootlily with • < fuaed Inlo "AnSrl lsee" mslie" stay wi mueM lonser than ordinary powder. AaS It'* nevsr SBTHsg. never treaty. NEW! Cant,pill! You'll sav Pond'i Ansel rare-' Is Ihe most ronesnient rnsfewssy JOU'v ever used — it can't -pill over handbas or clothe*. It's perfect ts us %  nvtlin.. snyxncrr vaitine Helps Mothers lo Breast-Feed their Babies



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




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P\C.E r\w> BARBADOS ADVOC \TE Ul li\l -I. \Y M \\ JO, IW.-.I QaJub Calling B.H.C. Radio Programme • i X it i kn< rial 1 %  n the F ut arail in the TW *L • d by all %  %  %  dif%  I %  afl miil position foi i %  the limy. Back From St. Lucia B ACK : H %  v. i \ i %  rvelUiu Mi C. Gilt***, Mm. Snyder .' meanbc*, of tax Bt I 0 Tudoi Barbados' Smallest Club n Briclrs dislike MAY ly EILEEN ASCROF %  %  nb in ih. %  r, nn. Rtonlan club of %  %  rnemo) rmhlp 3* nnual dinner on June Ittl r ! 13 on which Lhi wotId dine together and drink a tonM to 'ward Cunarti is inokjiif 1 ; Ing BUT'.ran get in ItUr Bay, Sf. In l 1-1 D n. w gat ot tn G U Oil Co., Lad • n virninu to Sack Front Puerto Rico fcyflSS '. 1 IWVN who ..pent .v. [Ui Mi and MiCharles OVI 1 tinB W I.A Other passenger 1..1 Barbadw were Mr. I : dd Mr. Todd is an engineer in B J %  1 ten dan sti,> 'i Club Marriate or Mr. Smith OlGA MURPHY D vnsr Mr 3ti uj baa married 1 Mi HI iK the wifr l Reginald playwright and producer 'i' %  > %  ai Hamp%  Mr. Smith wat too MP f-u Aahford, Kent, but did not stand at thr 1 Mi Rrrltei play* under iiic name Edward he collaborates %  enharri If Mi I 'i 1 ii.tm wai named In thi^ case] BBM ilrsi iinai 11 orvod In -1MB. Is Hie author of p ..i Slv C.ri.n". *hi< b 1 1 %  Bridgeto w n Ml IICI this ntnnth. It eighteenth production. BY THE WAY BY BEACHCOMBER I Forgtf H fry T mmg eels an called, a re rou marking. The ..... into the deep rtfjaid up near by, If the 1 era em ape nl %  %  ired, you light Ilw the nets all over upiln. Expci Intend na %  1 il lasnth or ttftaauth 1 > of tho So 1 inplain thine is to set* thai they do %  i %  have %  hi The nau nd of a eery eloae % %  in so, one "i two >>i the elvi .|.jh...i, ti i.. CtTos SWORD M AY u *tin a not-vecyiMipuiin month tm wtddtngf Mtal A. M Unite who baw neen making Ixmnim wedding bouquets for "more years now 'iiriii 1 care to tat n a sit bcr,'' teiis mc that the 11M bride is just as superstitious as her mother. Styles of bridal dowers have gad a lot. No longer Use %  .. lilies; and nailing satin ribbon.ire out or fashion. na or Idea mil carry prays a) guidenuM und •tephanotlx." says Miss White. One of the mt UIMiaual wedding sprays she can re m e m b e r was of baby unripe tomatoes ti match exactly n sand-coloured dress worn bv Miss Phvllk r.Himfoi hi oatlgner filch* Morton. Rrceiit bouquets with a IOUCO of iti," unusual wan lias flecked with gold carried by Miss Indrani ('• %  iraawamy. daughter of the Acini:; High Coninb %  loner for Ceylon, and u prayer l*mk 01 white lucharist lilies t< match ilia design of her ibex for Miss Caroline Rice wlun ii Lady Ply mouth. Summer ISeuutv yin-iii summci holidays sUrt ing inont ncw.s-worlhy cosajattea gra coo] .1^ snow Three of Lo n don 1 top models, whose business It Is to be boau< bful. |„iss on thrlr personal lip Olfa Murphy: fgasiHB of summer able it simplicity. Don't overdra over muke-uj) or over(ilaria t'larry; The hotter the wouther tbc inonj aratex I drink — sometimes eight glasses a day. I IInd il COOUDg and Rood for complexion and BgUra, Mylvia Shelley has just one word for It—"Hclaxatioti The UhitMin Hut W HITSUN WKFK IIAI tlnv. Up-tfltOd el r.-<'i; %  u ( itraw, with a white ilk ribbon and "chignon" of out white eabbi \>.. I worn by frutersa <>mirlrlll-Trhkonia (eoametlea mieen llrlena Rubinslein) when she arrived front New York to open her new London salon. WOltl.1) COI'YRIUHT HRSERVfc'D —L.K.8. To Live in Bermuda S IR GEOFFREY DUVF) ber of the CaBtU} of English grl rtaalm is leaving Bngund next vrar fcr Bermuda A BOUM which he is building there should be finished hy that time < going for • sons At 67 he is looking forward to a kinder climate. * %  ..,! golf ami yachting. In I-ondan Sir Geoffrey Jive* with hit wife in % %  House fiat. His or.r ion lives in All .C| I, .1 Brief Visit M R and Mrs P Hcwttt-Myrina left yesterday afternoon for 1 by II W.I.A on a brief visit During theii tay ti.11 will Uthr guests of Brig. Sir R.tK'rt Arundell. Governor of the Windward Islands and Ladv Aiundell Thev cxiiecl to return to Barbados on Friday. Mr. Hewitt-Myrmg is Public Relations Adviser to C D. IDd W Hcturnlii; to Grenada bv the same plane was Miss Elaine Wells. On Honeymoon M R. and Mrs Uiwreiio* Roper of Jamaica who are on their honeymoon arrived here from Trinidad on Monday b) B W I A Mr Hoper M a planter in Jamaica Mrs. Roper is the formei Falih Dignum. a niece of Mrs F F II llubeoii. Thev had been 111 Trinidad for two weeks and expect to he here until Friday. Mr and Mrs. Roper are gueslr at thr Ocean View Hotel Trinidad Businessman M R and Mrs John G Emanuei of Port-of-Spain who had been here smc( Ilth May returned to Tiinidad on Monday afternoon by B w 1 A Mr EmanuH is the of Amenuels Motor Service. During their stav thev had visited almost all the plaCCS of interest m the island, including the Animal Flower Cave They were staying at Indramer Quasi House. Princess's Summer F HEAR from Baden. In Southern Germany, that Princes? Margaret is expected there this • N.. T 10 4 %  S0U....U I. r ( ih. %  ••. A'. *ir I.JO a m From 1 SIS %  %  Tt 30 %  ,./! V I M (UIIIIKIMA M.mb.r.Only; MATINBC TODAY AT IRSOW NIGHT AT *.UI MATIKttE SA1 MNC AT IS OtLOCK I, wr.il imrulkMl rFnim %  • I \I UCftl !*.' *-!> -AM M 11 Tntpinriur SUMnta 1 lorsn 1 APT > '".UHU rAHKiii i i> ot 1 Th* C"l—iw. 1 • JO am Th N— > 1 ...m Hntam tit am (k-,1 .* %  %  I l-lr •.,*,!! K-w.. It I* p.: I 4 ii—.-. W m l>MI tm ,-„i II.. > %  %  • I Rhyihm HriHUfVHi*. *" pm M-mi BtatWa Plv.-i I n p in I r..m Ti.r TH.. T.OS p Th Me* tllpn N->-alUna HMwr.i li'li*-. T W p in Rnl lll*r Day. 00 ... K..I... NcwarMl His K ..i B.-.k.. r.i H*d. • pm run RfMw. %  IJTs LIVE FOR TODAV \ lonel> man .ind a lo\el> ;irl lind the love %  hut makes llicm ease ... A love they ha\e no riyht to . A love the> defy the whole ^o f .H :SS5SWS55*4W5K'-'-iJ;-,-i GLOBE Tll-DAV (V TO MIIKIIllW. 1.15 A S.15 I'M BOD ABBOTT lOuCOSTEUO Little 6&t LlO-w WBLW 01 I nctfJi.Mf tm\j,i (KM VE0OUCO %  spjvosorji aoagqrMLwo AND CORVETTE K 225 Randolph SCOTT Ella RAINES HOYY —i Mails June 2nd i Th Third Pro i n< psHMaaann %  t OHi UA i WAV -.'• .•< 1 looo pm IOI.% P „ lo W 10 M „ pa Canadian Chrr II.1S Men., as -1 M. Ri porti -iii aha iii be thessjeet of Prince Philip's eldest vear-old Princess Thrxilora, who has Iwen married to the Marfrave of Baden for 20 years. Their home is Schloss Salem, near Ilailcn But Baden will be disappointed. I understand that Princess Margaret's engagement list foi Lbe summer is complete. A visit to Baden Is not Included In the list. Showing The? Foreigners C ONGRATULATIONS to those two great West Indian track po formers, McDonald Bailey and Arthur Wint. who showed the real of the International Held a clean pair of heels In the recent British Games organised by the "News if the World" at the White City. Thev proved too good for all competition and I quite agree with Mac who. after the meting was over, turned to one spectator an-i said. "I think we have made the foreigner* realise this is our n.rk Don't you" 1 Herring Report M R. A. ANDERSON, of the Herring Industr) Board, who %  isiied the Oailbbaati area to discover what prospect-* tlMgg ware b>i i that part of the woi Id, hj rv ai I) completed his report. It will be placed before tbe Boaid in the near future. No itatamaBt will he made until the Board ba*/l iM.I tbe report .nd tl. likely to be until Mr. Andersoi has recovered, from hat s'ii ht indisposition. Soft Drinks Only D URING tbe Festival 1 I inent rooms and buffets on the main London open to cab lera going home by late trains, Majority of them will be open till am.mo rnl lnight: usui There will be no CUtM licences for alcoholic drinks Citrus Deal W EST INDIAN 1U doubtless beinterasted hi know thai Britain wss Palactini i blgajeai nistosnei fot itrua fruii nuiing the six-month export sraweek <>i a total 3.750.000 eases. Britan U.ok about three mill Trinidad Anthurium AMONii Ihe m nj and in J\. exhibits at th'West Indie ataiids none attracted n>. | uon from paaaara-by iban .nurium inn Flown over specially frnTi Trinidad. TbSM A. ie many offers %  .> buj thi-m Init %  < %  all dei Una soon as the stand shut down, Uic era sent to brighten tin wards of nearby WHospital. Incidental Intelligence A WOMAN is ., strange .iniii i) B5-%  • "ft that I. II i 18m. aisle in a Crowded store, and then go home and knock off the doors of i. 12ft. garage.--Pageant. /. E .s vorn I. AST iHA.XCE TO SEE | 'TWO WEEKS i | WITH LOVE "I TO-DAY Rupert and the Ice-flower-38 %  'i r%  %  1 ."' i J ." i sL %  i tloy cutter II i> Ir iii) %  r.liin washer%  !•''31 V Uxiten. 1*1 %  ncn trn-p l upMt. (ti Uuawretennl. *• v it tn moro sraya iai untirr I rot W amall. II g ecaoca io uie tie reiatIn %  I r HjrtM i J. Pacts, i41 aa Sea l ACOM. Batra It's a QUMUHH ot ilroa. (4( t'tiia u uiw luns. in HeaddrM'. u OITB htr a. rtns. IS! HaAiH i.ir inalanco. (SI nl. 181 rtruts rou. 1*1 j. (Bl fWU.t u. ISI < SuUild* tlhC '.TIC CaUM. 131 to ihr nort!i-*aat. 151 I. As io tnia. a nop drier. il A. Rjpfri fcjch* lefK* di* iM h.rr leapt 'bis beside h yOU SgMB ' int. enwtun "Did ihr Kf-ito*. >OJ ln.k t "I don'i gup* Kiipci:. bffSathV %  taordinnv ihinas *rn III. .[>;: ipr.ir* jnd %  lb. ,,„„HRen bt na 1 knew, Bare he h*ppting. bul "H. btiTi .top 1 calls thr "You're (wjily i ih* top' dit i it' p tin! iktit I f-H*. bui paoi K-iprn tmrei mAf i"i* %  Icdga %  iTi-u-u h in. .Koi tight •• Ereot rod rate T* •J0ea tt 3 U f **it! loan i Joseph ^ka f ontaine Ctten IIAI. WALLIS' :ember !" .FRANC01SE R0SAY t JESSICA TANDY • nm mm ,. W1UJAM DIFTTRi£ %  IHM. ,. u IM, "ONI: SOLID' WKKK" | ft/If llint/ 4mI. ttltI. I l ill. .Imif Lit Wm. FOGARTY LTD. JUST RECEIVED... CELLULAR ALL WOOL BLANKETS These Lan-Air-Cel Blankets will keep you warm in Cold Weather and Cool in Summer. YOU'LL LIKE ITS FLEECY CHARM AND WANT TO USE NO OTHER. Size 63 x 84 $28.44 each. Wm. FOGARTY LTD. 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PARE FIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE HI DM slt\Y MAY 3, l51 SPARTAN HOLD JAMAICA TO 3—3 DRAW Governor Presents Football Trophies THE JAMAICA lootball team concluded their '.our willi a match against Spartan which ended in a U draw at Kensington Ova) yesterday afternoon. The large d saw Spartan, this year's winner FIi (.ihi-i mm ni AskeiS To iii\e More Time have more time. He was appealing to the Gov•n m<>nt u. aee thai every opporitlve CornaiHtei M uW have mmnl I was given the people to 3. i95i. under ihr provisions of ei have to extend rfMa I rMd the a. %  (km 0* n There were some people wh. ran -wp m P from resisiennit \. ,. issi. had not yet B o! In tou.h win. V.m I wjnt io reilir CHiinlM (L) who took Ihe i-nl-lnlng officer through **"• ,d %  "** %  • nrtttake. i F" correct tha* . ihe iniii'i lads "f the resolution, while, I* worth while r< ld but only a maii'-i Ol :". he said. %  %  Mr. VYHkinaen (E> laid that it H was Etrasffl • %  h cn making a tac very stupid advertisement which %  j"'.irci! in QM I d m I the Or ,l0 nmiituUU-a the 1 and well earned victory and hoped and Lady Savage for the keen 'Out in the near future th\ would they had tiken in Ihe be able to mvlte a team from He alto thanked tbe Barbados to play against Jamaica for presenting t h *• The Governor said that the Cophlai Jamaica team 11. aid that the MM! Ol trie vcrv much. He wished thesn Jamaica football team was a new Cod Speed" on shell Bted in the history of local Jamaica and "Good Football. n lif en called for three cheers foi a team from that colony had the visitors. visited the*e shore* and thev i thank Mr. O. S Coppui The Game Sccrctar> Ol the ll.A.i'.A ho, In the game betwee Thr.mtft) his efto Mlret at centra possible. He said that Mr. Coppln lorward roi Jam 'ITheoihi', Which the sporting pi Cooper, their regular goa ivho was playing at inside right. from people in different districts "It is not true", he sa %  that they had not received their were net registered en Form "A". kl Others who there was no person that Bfved them complained prevent him from registering or thdt they had not seen the Hi']• %  <-, IV trtcl reghtterlng officer again to He was throwing (Mil hand there In ticn to the Oovcrnment to extern' He hoped that the Governthe period lor raglataring on Form Ihe dMriCV "A" to another 15 days. Uteri registering Eneei ma no hard and fast rule, he tbe PStume possible in the next \hich said that the period fo registering on Form A" must Mr. Mottle* < Mid that it elnw hy the end of M;.-. Mi. Altder (LI said that from th,. kec inning, when th. ere levaU%  nment The pecI %  !,. were not co-operating, and s> '.in rOBjMnttOn of voters was not going on as easily as wag expect d. in spite ol the critkeums, t BUD, the deparlmeiit respunnhle had net tried to correct those errors. He suggested that the "MobiI-| Cinema" and the Pres should! have been pressed into service W liiupagati the scheme in the' couBtrv district! "Th#> schemej needed more propaganda." he. aid. Too many people are unwilling to become registered." He felt that the time should be Id. txtended to 15 or 30 days to be I. that, through their short• ightedness. people were not prc.cnled from exercising the vote. Glands Made Young -Vigour Renewed Without Operation pMOb rilrnvm whU-h i-l.. %  n,#ni in i1 Txwtnr Al—.l-il. "till *•** tn (Bkr. bBt lh^ i %  j.. . i fill inilfonritT kno '<> nrnn and vital oriani. WiHtdn*w. 1 ind mark* .>fd-' nn *rr anil t" I n.w k %  !> p--Wrr an.I B en aland • and ft. n ImlTi.van si ti .I thai BMftlnr. T.^W r n %  tor-r. caTl-.! VI <> irm.lrMl ll haa l---n .• i i Oi.>ii-Bii.|-andlariowvn. ..I.at all ili-nindtrO't llTAlia from n.ur I • %  la) today. Put II hla Imwovcnirni tn Jl hour*. Tna* th* lull boil • day-, iintl-i Ih* poaltlvo i i hat It '" I ||] ,.i„l l... I* yaara younger or mun'y In-1 i-turn -J nnity |ta< kao >U littl*. aad th^ -uar prr.ta.ti Vi-Tabs aia.aaaal aioal Vltmlltv to knrw each other letter. To the Jamah leesn Mi Fo*irr said, "Oentlemen Jamaica, by your you have made HI reel thel in!% I sve you apptt i k< l company but that we have mad a Friendship.'' He regret:ed The Derrn Will be Run Today portsmansl-.i (Infflth. right left mingei %  %  %  red by Gittens. left half, nicer end Bnyco able •\r-c only Held ten men at the hem -,l the game, took the Jamaica dnggnded tl>.northern ituil Their regular goalie Cooper played at Inside right while Footi\ the youngster of the team, was bet w een sne |M*a. When the game was only minutes old UU VhttUSni ...re. Mn-et. their leccived a short ptM frtmi C' tbe nets. Inspired by their OpetMl El • 1$ ni.iir,. icam snint Uuo Uie aitr/k. The gni%)e. which started a htt alow, brightened. So>n after Mlret received i thnninti pas I from Skipper Mill.-, at centie 'If. Mo took a 0M time shot bu' UM ball iravelled inches the left post. Jamaica bore down Oil the Spaitan goal area and centred beautifully. Mlret headed goal ward, but the IM*I1 went over the BRM bar. Spartan had a ^--^1 opportunity t i equalise when Cammi'-' Smith, their centre forward, took **' a hard shot which struck full back Excel and rcbmnid'vi to right ednsjjB) Chase Chase had opu foot! to lj--;.l bUt punched aw i..11 wide < %  tingoal. OB tne left wing foi B „, -n IMI There are 44 final UNrHrcK b i Dvrby which iii i ;* '"' worth £22.935 and will be the a BAatscosUX b Ichest in the history of the raee. Cord-wi .rapt A. u It will also be the most valuable u S r L w ^ c I n JF\*J l \ tt classic racj ever decided in Great i3J£r3Pc Britain. The valu P to th* winne•rill be 119.486 s-t. Od : is tc be run at Epsom to-day i.ver the traditional ntHe and e half course. -.,„ Acceptances are:— •' '' % %  > %  ll ANAUNtsrrKS, b c. by Ha..ull-I upened —Anns or Bass* iM P 1 eontrc r 1 "'' I i ABf-oT h i, i.v Pfaarea v.i Virgls 'Mi. V blenhrtsri n Coilmf i c rnmti %  VIICIH PSUMCf ii • bv Printd H<>*'d "< Waldrn> hy SlrMt* ^: %  0 Pi*i Hooatatenl I' Kvm. M ttm COMPASS ch r. h> n-.i — n cidin* ettf Sporls Window i an vni \ iooTBti.1. nASRBlltAI.I. i*iri4 Dl iii-.it. *....i.d..t *-a^ MaSfia II.*h >.S...i .i Huh Hrhaal a...U-. Sir* HarkaSat R-tlaiiat .. .1 ii4inf" (lli. ria* I ll SYBILS NEPHEW, b way or MMBybl %  %  — Utitordi .J J.-ti. F. IJfrrcrT. il TITIAN, b t. by iiiil'i >Lti r| i Srltoiti iP#iac TI ion ll b f by FiaM.KB r.. La Rot'Mr W H.—l—irt'Boyd... (.' %  'i j % %  ,_ roi TURKS KlXIANCr ,j HaandnuvTurth... *• • *aausa r wu.. by Biummt l*t.r BorobalU 'Maji I v. %  .. Metirnlhi (,.| a n* "•'" Grenada Wins GttENADA, M..v 29 Orenadi "P" 1 "" 1 games In the Windwards tournament thin afternoon. U>w I>PM.olni Nmr.t,, C>>rtair>ala .Mr G i r a ast t i Ihf KXVI1.I.E MEDFOBP 8prt*n Mcippi'i. rufivln,. tue Fimt Dl vision Cup fiam the Oovsrnor (right). ihelt gay are such a short one bul hoped 'bey had enioywl It. %  e .id ih.it uniortanately theshad many Injuries but HI splta %  >' A1 thls U g l spartan got their mishaps they played really gootl uthcr uUlvl r J..,„i TttdOT came On footU-ill. They fuiiRht back gal. xhp fU w umV wl lU ,„ cC ntri! Jantly and allhough they lost the -^^A position 1 Rtftb. r th. Ii boll control and posi, l>nm Piircimient. tioti.il play was above that or then l( ri hil jf Wi opponents. llnvlnR regards to iifr hD ^^ goodwill, rt. he can truly say thai Jamaica got their second goal shortly afterward*. Mlret ( ; %  llajo. Pbrte. neat "— " c *" l ''" ll Mwlfor< 'U 11 ,uM the local champions . %  N BsU* Mn rxprniTioL'p Uhv lliitty 'Mr. FAST ANCHItB. -h c b> Prrcipila ... i.. ... %  -, II Ol DM rAUX PAS. br c. by W<-uyri lain H Filter. U. l>w I rRAisr. DO BOta it be, >>y BnJ ILm-wl Sunar HUK .Tlw Asa Kh..n • H WII C, nminit. 1 Kl SUNG, br .. by .n1 '* 08 *" t'l.lcr l.iiy-iMr l^ynm >M. Bsorgi KIN<: (ABHINAl. b B. hy F*** !" !" ZI MODERN HIGH WINS lc V *" '" Hod Hth School defeated Harrison College 18 in theU I'iisk.tball name on Moni-.'I "is is HIP I^.inlalnf ll iM. It ii Bt" %  nana. ':,.": UALgKZ'Pin 1049. OfvUton and (mnnui-t. ... ...< Second In 1950. Again Notre Dame !" were victorious and this year they m,rct pHyed in the First Division and Jam .. Ihe open goal. At half tune Uie t%S^ |0 l S|g v.silor, wee Mill two gWll I* th. '""'""•^ W dthe.h tf d^^ |ter receiving a lornnearly won that trophy. P" 'rom McLeat. With only Mr Ally SaSSO, Manager of thCosle. to heat, he shot lard ml. Jamaica icnm, en behalf of the. tho left corner ot the IK Kingston CrtcVet Clob, thanked Sporlan then got their flrsi RI^H the UAFA. Tor arrangin| each Qlttarat, their leit half, took a V abk IOUT." lon B shot which passed ovei th d that their s.t i* In the head •>' Fooie and mto the new island would noi pe easit> lorRotFollowing mis g*x>\ the pace o' trn. The hospitality shown in the name increased Saniuc' paatiadBs wlU remain forcvor with QriftVh on the riahi wing foi them. The ood portsmansht;i Spartan in place ol %  1 .-. s "r"' for which ihr West Indies was (rio seronrt ROIII He fOOBlVee % %  noted, s*..-upheld b) Barbedoi ]t ^... from uhmael and t'H.k %  % %  Even thouKh Ihe nvalij was keen .,, m( Rnn |. The hall IgBbi ol no tune did It lark food will. n^veH^ over F<"te s head and He hoiwd that the time was not h|lo Ihp neU I1T ofT when n West Indian footSpartan nearly equalised when b^ll Association w^l' 1 l r ,, ;J ,,T Sl, t : Tt.dm cent.e.l from in idl based along the lines of ihi srost .,,. lll((|l goyce, the Spartan lefi Indies Cricket Board of Contr. i goalwerdl but W %  irner was taken out nottl lultM Cooper now changed i i .,. %  m sou lellh Wdtt wt-played ai centrefoi s ard A few seconds before Refaraj i, f Spartan at eag the equaliser. II %  into the hm cornet ol Uii nel The lean Jamaica: poote Hi Lean fcwi I Miller Parchmont, Hal|. M '.-i Berrj and Heron, Spartan: Cosier BOWOfl sledlord Cat Ishri > %  I pjoyi i TudOl • ll lIAth, Smith Mi AS-. Kl ; BOI i iit. i uithndoN ilomc l %  W i i I MVsrF.HV IX. traai rord .Mm* PalBM*. (.13 NKMOM. b • I.**-.*) .nr..m AS_Khan. H. Wraa(.11 NOHTU CAROIISA h c. Kitty Ha* Mr. ••. T. • Rryir> .Boyd-Hncmorn. alfl snritKtmilN. b i PrKoHty ' W P PhilHpi' U Vawgh'—T Lowr N. ,.llt M 1 yrl.'K HITlltN .'. i joHalkMI lll.lt .< % %  ra 'M ,&, (g Trallir o\ No. 14 M \KI -i kl MI \i KM I Vi:lllt'LI. is IN \ 111 fONDITION 1*0 m DSO ON Tilt ROAD. Spare made availsble br CANADA DftV for Kafrr Motorlur.. What's on Today Police oaaves — moo s.m 4 ourt nl Appeal—10.00 a.m. Merlins wf tbe Chamber of ( ommerce — "J.OO p..n. Mobile Cinema llvra show at HhrewsbOry Srhaol yard. M I'hlllp. at 7 30 p.m CINEMAS i.iab> UMaS OMaat* — i — < •"w %  %  ARK roe leswawc foif rut: / ATHI.KTU: mmro To avoid ITIII-.-UI ,i pains and to krrp u P year stride Vott should rub down with !i\i:mnii. THE CiRKAT PAINKII.I.ER on sale a*. KMi.ll is DRlfi 8TOHEH i RTPTOUI orr Ms. ts i nil. Ml THUS IIZ E KHVKS N" H/ ypK wtvo. csw XKRR HZ m-HKTHIl QHT J. A. 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ence a

U.K. EARNS £20 MILLION ON W.L RUM

U.S.A. Gives Puerto Rico’ wimeunm |“ Will Discuss Sale
All Rum Revenue) vn. Offensive | | Of Citrus Fruits

W.I. Committee Chairman | Slows Down F nae
are | aes a rom West Indies
Has F ears About Canada— Determined Cotfiltianist resist- (From Our Own Correspondent)

ped on the eastern sector of the
e orean central front tonight | LONDON, May 29
W T lowed a the whole United : : "pyaai
est Indies Trade Nola cae ame kat ‘THE SALES of West Indian citrus fruits and
juices on the European continent and in Can.

LONDON, May 29 limited gains during the day.
APPREHENSIONS as to the future of Canada-| in ios arose in coe ee wy ada in the face of Government subsidised American
competition, will be one of the first subjects for

in most areas in spite of a check

West Indies trade were expressed by the|â„¢ the east central front where
discussion at the Seventeenth Congress of tlie
Chambers of Commerce of the British Empire to be





a a crea te

awe

Chairman of the West India Committee, J. M, Du ronlve ule ih een et
Buisson, at the annual meeting today. Tae,

‘ An indecisive clash i
He expressed the hope that the British Gov-| on, but the full allied strenath had

ernment would forthwith take steps to remove
restrictions on imports from Canada into the
British West Indies colonies “before irreparable

not been brought to bear in this
area,
Communist resistance was again

lightest in the extreme east where |

South Korean troops maintained

held in London next month.

Two hundred and fifty dele-
gates representing 35 Common-
wealth territories will attend for
talks beginning on June 11 and
lasting one week

House Pass

harm is done.’’ their advance north-west of Yang- |

Canada, he said, had long been a very good friend to| yang and United States’ troops
the British West Indies. But there were signs that disrup-| 0" their flank pushed 6 miles
tion of trade between the two in what was assumed to be| P't"ward above re ter
intervals of dollar conservation, had induced Canada to ee

look to , é .
pete Ftc ged edule See ee HENRY MILLER, the Jamaica skipper jumps and heads out from « dangerous corner kick against his

“THE clatvne oF Wee Wee eye eeees was clear, | West German Govt. | team i yesterday's game vs. Sparta:

colonies to the utmost considera- e - _ : sal
oharmantar neat eo | Lords Will) SendsNoteTo Allies) | 9 som bed

The chief West Indian delegate
is Mr Alan Walker, Managing
Directer of two West Indian

| Sugar firms, and a member of the
Inccrperated Chamber of Con

merce of the West Indies He
told me today that at the earliest
cpportunity he would bring to the
notice of Congress the attempt b\
America to circumvent imperinl
preference, an attempt which was

Britain Prepared Deb Raed seth ee tly ane

juices, particularly grapefruit

Waterworks
Proposals

The House of Assembly yes-
terday passed a resolution to ap-
prove the Book of Reference and
Plan of the proposed extension
of the Waterworks in the parish
of St. Michael

Mr. M. E, Cox (L) moved ine
passing of the Resolution. He said
that it was just a formal one in
Which there was a proposal to lay
a 4 inch ciameter cast iron pipe
from the existing main of the
Department at the Pine Esti
along and under the Pine E

























it must be remembered that almost BONN, May 29. |
everything they produce is either s } The West German Government At the ‘nt the Americ

a dollar earner or a dollar saver. Investigate today handed a note on the Saar Li C T Mi , e ° ° aires cae Searles e, Hae Se eens

y “4 s 5 Government pays to the United

The dollar situation can only be nm oa ine a aliona isation a eeeaonet - eitrws bin

steps which have been taken,” | | f ; | western allied Governments EASINGTON, Northeast carts n of rapetrult juice. ,

. ; Se LAS 4 N, Northea é grapefruit juice expo!

The year which began with | re garne The note was handed to John} England, May 29, Of Persian Oil ed and one dollar on fresh grap

Black clouds of gas and a, 300 id e r truit

many uncertainties had ended J, Me Cloy, United States’ High

question to the Allied High Com-

worsened by the continuation of mission for transmission to three






astate

with most of them unresolved. In Commissioner. In his capacity as | vards thick wall of rubble tonight Representative of leading firm [Housing Scheme private land for

some important respects they had (From Our Own Corresponden() this month’s Chairman of the} barred rescuers trying to reach LONDON, May 29 imperters told me today that thisfa distance of 100 yards, and f\x

increased rather than diminished. . LONDON, May 29. High Commission he was believed | 63 entombed men in a coal mine Foreign Secretary Herbert Morris : { ay -B stain | Subsidy particularly on grapefruiifthereon 2 standpipes and 2 fire
Especially is this so in the case Central figures in the drama at} to urge western powers to prevent | here. oreign Secretary erbert Morrison Bald today ritain | juice made it very dificult to scl [hydrants

of the sugar industry, the foun-|the resumption of Commons this{any measures anticipating the At least 14 other miners were was prepared to consider settlement of the Persian oil dis- | West Indian produce in Europenn} “The cost of the proposed worl

dation on which the whole econ-|a@fternoon following the Whitsun| final settlement of the Saar ques-|slready known to have lost their pute which would involve some form. of nationalisation | countries and also in Canada
























: h he said was estimated to be
emy of the British West Indies|recess were Lord Reith, Chairman] tion in a Peace Treaty. ilives in the explosion whieh “provided it was satisfactory in other respects.” Hej “We are constantly pushing Wesi fs) 150,00,
colonies was, and must long con-|0f C.D.C. and his predecessor Lord] Chancellor Dr. Konrad Aden-| ripped along the mine’s narrow described this aualifieation as “important.” Indian canned juice he said.t” Mr. J. 1. Wilkinson (EB) said
tinue to be built. Trefgarne. Seated six or seven|auer will report to Bundestag| galleries at dawn today. One Repeating Britain’s offer to negotiate with Persia. he ‘but of course American subsicly Finat st. Michael was not.the only
“The position at the beginning|feet apart in the Peers’ Gallery,! (Lower House) tomorrow on the|ociher .man was brought out ae ee hte pest Atty an wee 4) 5 r ee means that American producers parish in the island which wanted
of the year suggested that at}they listened to a surprise an-|contents of the note during the | seriously injured. Said she could not accept Persia's right to repudiate con-| can undercut the prices all th water. All other parishes were
least we should be able to count}nouncement that an inquiry is io] debate on the Saar. : tracts. ye fer. [suffering throtigh the lack of 'b
on a whole output/take place as to whether Tret- Reuter. An official statement this eve- - This statement made on the Phe ane qué wae, Oh DE good water stipply as :
of sugar within the limits pre-jgarne did or did not keep his | ning said 78 men had been trapped pening day of the House of Com- | ences and citrus exports trom "ict e t sere at ¢
scribed by the Commonwealth! Board of C.D.C. fully informed. by the explosion. Red Armed Band mons, summer session, was the | West Indies is likely to ag oaa stichast bea lates babar
Sugar Agreement in preferential] The fact that the controversy ; ‘ This meant that 63 men wete first. official“: conftiintion “that | Odssed In Comite Bay ee the must bew tie hoheuitts era
markets, even though of course.|/has arisen on a subject between Hardstaff Hits still missing 250 yards below PI j sienee KF . |Britain had told Persia she was | the report will then re sul mitted must beg the honourable mem-
more than a quarter of it ‘vould the f ‘ Ch : oS ee 1 fe ground unc 4 ring arms prepared to consider nationalisa- to the final plenary ‘ lon ¢ yor in charge of the resolution
have to face severe price com- hekk ae tine B Sea ae ek viaween L& ° : tien ; Congress where it will be con-fnot to forget the otner parishes,
As S oar’ sclos . ; * on. idan i “a « inv tp mile oles & Kin Ak
petition. Recent developments |), the Minist ae ee a 151 vs S. Africa Hopes for these men were! In North Brazil i Motrison said the offer to send sidered and adopted ith ony doarticularly St. James.
seem to threaten even that expec-| >). 1, a aoaet Bee aren ty diminishing and beginning 10, 29d@-) go 4 é "special ‘ministerial mission to| Modifications, which may br) He hoped that thoy Sere going
7 x5 Colonial -Affairs, Mr. Dugdale, NOTTINGHAM, May 29. the siiiement Kald. G > resetie! 5 . yANRE a's hte es Pabeican ote Ain thought fit to pay attention (6 Cxtending the
tation. ; ; the stiiement said. Grimy reseu RIO DE JANEIRO, May 29 Persia still steod “if that would : I
when speaking in a debate on the, The match between Notting- + aeeinnd on aa coat nal Aon crore ee 1 r | Complete reports and recon: [water supply all over the island
Rude Setback Arinual Report of C.D.C 'hamsbire and the South African4 t2's cavipped with oxynen mask A Communist armed band is at-| help”. mendations tram -Congtéss on thie!” ie upply all over the islan
‘ H : a D.C, | teen ‘ . é ad trout 4 dead [ xe] tacking ndering , > ; ; eee ations ng ess oO Mr. W. W. s) said that
“The strong hopes too, which Dugdale recalled that recently cricketers ended tamely in a draw had rought out 14 le na EPR A png and plu idering through Aiter giving the House a sum-j; and other problems will be citefiy on W rn (E) sale yet
had been centred on the cigar in-li, the House of Lords, Trefenarne here today after the touring side |°*! losion area by early this even-} cut a large area of the state of|mary of recent developments in| cylated to Government to all was time the Government te
ah dea ‘ Ley in 1 ne House of Lords, Trefgarne - ees y ing Bahia, north Brazil, according to|the dis > Morris aid Paerye ‘ 7 j them what was happening in the
dustry have received a rude set- \ 1, discussing th situati had gained a first innings lead of > 5 1e dispute Morrison sac Empire countries as soon ag the
back. To-day, that industry is wi en iscussing e s tuation nla Naval ha Ee fsap.y arising from the Gambia Poultry |* f sae " «hey were still hacking their way | from San Salvador, capital of that] sti] is. that the Persian Govern-|- : throughout the island were in the
faced not only with the disap~[6/) had intained that ail! _Fimal scores were : South Africa a tat jstill is, that th rsiar t ]
pearance of the vision of that : taint inf Pettit wed ethene os 304 and 176 for 2 wickets lina ws Dealer at SDs OF a Baae Th aa tht t fa nt have hitherto not seen fit ¢ ; ‘ same position with regard to water
increase in trade which could only| terial information was, in the Nottinghamshire 297. _ ‘[in an attempt to reach any trapper] PNP and was at Aust thought 10119 respond in any way to their re-| Nations Must Get 1s they were years ago
have been made possible by a words of Dugdale, fully re- . s live. ns rmea = by rerugec from peated suggestions of negotiation, ' They wanted to know the cause



" “a Joe Hardstaff scored 151 and be-
substantial cut in the penal rates| Ported to the Board”. Some mem-| |,10¢ ihe highest individual score rt rmed “ Ss i

‘ r ; ’ . rs ¢ tmictiy | CF § dual s ; ver unct med repo aid that . § : } > ¢ yes
Uniten Kingdom, but on. ea caisauaa Te maintain they, were | aaltist the South Africans on this : nunists engagea| Merely their intention to proceed Ack quat Sup]

\ , tour, beating Denis C ‘'s 147 in carrying out a plan reported to | “laterally.” | +
this severe disappointment, it is|Pot fully informed. A request] forthe MCC. at Lote ; re t have been worked put by positing | .“His Majesty's Government! Charles E. Wilson
now threatened with the removal] was made for an inquiry into the) ~ qyardstaft batted Six hours and Gromyko Urging {Communist leaders to disorganise | Could not accept such procedure
ef a .substantial part of the] matter. ; au

" drought ckened regions, How-
—-Reuter , eit = but on the contrary have indicated

of the delay, whether the Gov
ernment was unable to get pipe
to carry out the scheme

It was hoped that after the
appointment of the new head ot

\" n who might still be

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. ten minutes and he hit ene six and rural life throughout the country, |%2¢ they believe that their atti- WASHINGTON, May 29 the Waterworks that the system
existing market which in spite of , iS fours > thus impairing delivery of essen- | tude in this matter is generally United States Mobilisation | would have been extended within
high duties, it had contrived to dete Siacestion the The South Africans used thei: N.A.P. On Agenda tia’ food supplies ' recognised and understood Director Charles BE. Wilson to-day Jaq reasonable time Much time

ot ‘ te ey ecretary ate or ie a, ‘ articuls 2 ave Pe “fe . yencies » & na .
retain in this country. : ol Odlonina Ate, “CME “having second iniings to get in some vers PARIS. May 29 stetvadtaunlsinéd=Ahe “bana had li In Date ulat they have noted ordered ae fence ag nete 3 \ . » had sed and the public wa
We find the rum _ industry Meulted— ‘Lord +S lusetul batting practice on the the. Western Deputies toaday | altacs with satisfaction that the United}sure “adequate exports of scarce [stil] awaiting a real extension of
_ ¥ 7 1S > ; relgarne w ™ : ‘ e, UTI Che attacked gsevera 1 vil > State. pes » ave s . “ pe’? os ol ant S| 4 ar
forced to. struggle on in the face a Ute ee i OE eee wn? | ground where the First Test will | conti anid Ah ake alte i te dG saab fore Daas ie Stee States Government have spoken ]supplies” to nations allied again the system,
of a ruinous import duty rate aa a hte eae e suggestion’, | he played ihG Soviet delegation 4 dh to at oie - aS JOSE L SN . °' | publicly against unilateral cancel- | Communism In Christ Church where many
i i ' i in} Mr. ale c : “has : : sation to ag Oo au active mmunist ider- ie mertius ale f ~~ de ; ee ‘ an}
which is stubbornly retained in| Mi. DUBdale contin ed: oo cis| Eric ROwah batted with great {a meeting of the Foreign Ministers! ground member Reuter | {ation of the contractual relation-| In a formal policy declaration, |vijiages had sprung up in recent
spite of its obvious relation to} asked the Lord Chaneellor to ap-| ascurance to score 95 including 13 on ite bane of ihe-odfeement aloha i Perret ship and action of a confiscatory] Wilson directed the United States oars there was great sufferin
declining revenue returns. “At}point a person with legal experi~| sours in “just over three hours. ready reached, a western spoke i j nature to promote the adoption cf similar |in-ough jack of water. Ch
least we might have expected that}ence to conduct an inquiry into —Reuter. man said a i | ‘His | Majesty's Government] measures by other countries Churet “one tie ied thick RS crea
opportunity which would both|/relevant facts in this matter”. Andrei Gromy) the Soviat! * ~ earnestly hope that wiser counsels, Mandatory means, such as pri lated A sah fter St. “Mic Roel
have benefited the revenues of the} The name of the person selected De} ute: matiteined aid avkaelent | Air Commander taking full account of the danger-Jorities and delivery directives tof) | Sap ron ti wm i ge oa ah ree
United Kingdom ond ot the 2i is to be announced later, The B il l Ss that the North Atlanile. Treat ‘ lous potentialities of the present] United sites producers, shoul ae Foss 42 re Ae a ‘earn as
time assisted West Indian colonies] surprise of the House at the an- oUtor , ee t \ S devenatin ‘| So 6 “ill , situation will prevail in Teheran |be used when necessary to make me : m water at
and would have aes yeenae nouncement was added to by the ” 7 - ak. oe te ee nt frome lo U.S. and that negotiations can be initi- [certain that friendly powers re- viene t one ahi in ian
with open arms. Indeed we might] fact that Dugdale kept it till he mi > fe ney ni ated in an atmosphere of reason | ceived materials needed to support ages anc enantries of Mi
have been pardoned if we hac|haq answered one pt two points Sugar Producers renter ‘ ‘i rOKRYO, May 29 and goodwill,” Morrison said cefence programmes and basic{ Parish,
hoped for much more. of Cfiticism levelled in the open- , United States Air Chief.tn th —Reuter. | comestic economies, Wilson said Mr. J. A. Haynes (E) said that
P Ri ing speech of the debate by Con- LONDON, May 29. aa war Lieutenant - General In making such allocations all he too would like to add hi
Compare Puerto Rico % ’ Fresh from his sugar talks in| ‘J’ 2 D farle Partridge disclosed to-day ecautions must be taken “to} quota to the debate. In the parish
; ; se ts - ‘ ‘ ; precautions must be aken ) 4 I
“For the United Nations have ors ube The. ee: saree the West Indies, Arthur Bottom- Zroop Movemenis hat an Air Commander operati! Police Tighten Up prevent shipment or transhipment|of St. Andrew, they got a com
all the same aims and high in o ~tley Secretary for Overseas Trade \ ‘from Okinawa had been replaced 5S to the Soviet bloc of war poten-}munication about five month
priority among them is the sol- Gr thausakn ot a "Gon ano s§ to-day met representatives of the Are Dangerous loecause his Command had not Sac it M sea i ‘ tial materials and products.” ago saying that pipes were avail-
emn undertaking to regard the Dugdal ia. h , poration./Commonwealth Sugar producing dodeeh : i contributed sufficiently to the air} SeCCUPI y Vieasures cmaaiae bable Riad eglaben nik ag tad: 0
interests of non-self governing , Dugdale said the unique achieve-} oguntries. A Board of trade JERUSALEM, May 29 | way as . commend two suitable areas whet
territories as paramount — this;™ments of the Corporation in cwe spokesman said he repeated the| [stael has warned “‘intereste: The officer was Brigadier - Ger BELFAST, May 29 these pipes could be put dow:
being the word used in the short years had been due in very) assurance given in Barbados at{ Partie about the danger in un-lera, Luther Sweether, Command- Police here, tightening security They immediately did that, |
charter. large measure to the Trefgarne;the Regional Economic meeting.|Prececented troop movements ix f :

: 2 7 2 wing, who has been sent to the extensior vere being made
rum duties reveals a marked|/Reith, Dugdale said: “in him we|surances the spokesman added|™Moshe Sharett told Parliamen : ; ons were b mac

| yl on
3 pee. er of th 52 Light bombardment afeguards for the week-end visit { ‘ » - : y . co a aie a
“Unfortunately, this matter of|drive and initiative. Of Lord) Apart from these specific as-|Arab countries, acting eae ian AG Geek cae to el ae King and Queen, today de- t alian Ae ds Losing up to the present, no
United States for stig ca tained 13 suspected members ot
contrast between the conception |have a Chairman whose great and|that Government remained fully | tonight. | tags -



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4 t : ‘ ' ‘4 a signment - - * the lack of labour he
of the United States of America|successful experience in ruhning| committed to the Commonwealth He was opening the debate on) ener Partridge’ formal | @publican Army) Skeet 1: caller pet Sar is Soe
and that of the United Kingdom | public services will be of inesti-|Sugar agreement. This provides|the Syrian-lsraeli border dispute.| 9 ve aid. usince there rhe men were rounded up it bicianan te R ME, I ny 29. at data ain aneoe
of what is required m giving mable value. He has begun the)that if sugar is unrationed in} _sharett said the Security cm Fein ether position in the Far FE cares 3 pepuyh ran: argue, Ce Uk Hiatetity over Covatntist "i ip be onls too glad to work
practical effect to this high aim.|present task with characteristic| Britain in 1953 and consumption|¢il resolution of May 18 which ca fk hich | Gi city, capital of the six or GUL th ak Montk Galian irawindt saber. ‘doakun Oe hes
Whereas some £20,000,000 lev-|energy and determination”. Lins: iner@usert Mt Beast ‘a’ propor-' Ovdeted Israel to. halt drainage) other's particular abilities and| Goumties whith are still part ol] Councils according to semi. iat Ghasa’! dartanklds sud” Hot
ied by way of duty on rum im- Throughout their stay in the|tionate increase will be made in operations in the Huleh 1Ee Eee erayt SNe dae ha Haat isan Britain, ; ir nea oie te aa — h ve : . : oe aan
ported from British West Indian|Gallery, Reith and Trefgarne|quantities purchased “at the] Om the Syrian frontier and i { oe Tatton yealiod tate fi They are detained under ete tiles oF the Uatbrien os carried: ou ae greed wil
colonies are retained by the Brit-] never glanced the other's way.| guaranteed price. Arab villagers to their 7 : Si eer ra ee fo pecial powers act until after the fat Hie thaw Provincial Councht 1¢ junior member for ¢ in
ish Treasury for its own benefit.| while ‘direct references were —Reuter. the demilitarized zone j j-te,\ further . assignment tour-day Royal visit beginning on Hieditlan Hetmosiie with, siete | hurch that some information
Puerto Rico is allowed to retain] were peing made to them they | ina to aggression and an attempi| General Sweether was reported| Friday. Under this act, they can| Chistian Democrats vere - | Should ke given on this matt
the whole revenue derived from|jowered their eyes. Without in- at app@asement.” pene to have been relieved of his|be held for seven days withou mired of 3 eonlitton majorit the Mr. E. L. Ward (F) uid
Puerto Rican rum consumed on $ Deo . : He said: “This policy of ap-!command after making repeated] be charged or brought into ]> F ' oun **" would not say that the Govern-
; ; ry, the announcement of the } ; i emert showed a) a e Govern
the American mainland. Thal “hed debniec Teabens: Oi Wants Government peasement of Arab countries wilijdemands to superiors for new] court reeriots oar Thi a bow early to-| ment was doing nothing. He be-
“The contrast appears more special kignificance.- with their pile encourage the Arab fanatical irre-| equipment and replacements Similar action was taken last day seemed to have a wood thance | lieved they were doing somethi:
striking when it is remembered : =i t ¢ conciliatory trend and arouse plot ~-Reuter year when the Queen visited Psat Paints a ine but re moving te low!
OR- e > : of winning Venice city from Com- | novir too slowly
that the sum retained by the aah oe ee Perea eee Statenient On Riots for new aggression against Israel Belfast munists and the hope of securing} At the present moment, thi
Jnited Kingdom is double ‘the me a ae ona coe poe i CAPETOWN, May 29 Sharett added: Threats bs —_—— A crude home-made petrol bom) | an anti-Communist majority in the people in St, Lucy had pipes but
total Customs Revenues derived ‘ a Peet, ree ec Arab League leaders probably had oa? ye “ left at Belfast police station last) city Council of Milan they we-e without water. He fell
from all sources by the colonies —s ici rs ene: Soneerye eS anne daisnugy abue direct influence on the Lake Stic British I ish Supply night was discovered in time | Bologna, traditionally one of |it was unfair to extend wate:
in the West Indies. to as a “revelation”. Minister to-day called sor . Gov- cess formulae.” re - prevent an exptosion ' Italy's “Reddest cities, scemed|mains in other areas when there
‘“ . ” eae a ite th ‘* a Sharett reasserted Israel's claim W ill Drop By 30% This was believed to be the! stil) to be an impregnable bastion] were areas with pipes and n
a4 nee pues at x ; Sines e the Parliament} tg fyi) sovereignty over the de d work of Irish Republican extrem=| sgainst Christian Democracy he ite
e three-day trade expanding “B ¢ A Ma: J Uaings, i militarized zone. He said Syria LONDON. May 29 ists opposed to the partition of —Reuter He felt that they should not
conference between Canada and ring Ss My aps | Riots, in which 51 people were} reg) object in recent incidents had London’s fish supplie | be] Ireland and started a police check ——_ ——- ;earry on a scheme just for the
the British West Indies ended 9.49 injured followed a mass demou-| heen to cancel the former border | reduced by 20% to-morrow by the! On known suspects. : : ale ‘of. catvatine : Gre aid cis ae
Monday and officials termed it “a As You Like —Peron stration by white and coloured} between Syria and mandator continuing strike of 15,000 long A close guard was threw MAY SET UP JOINT no use having pipes and ho water
marked success”, an Ottawa re- citizens against the Government's} palestine and shift the frontie: distance lorry drivers — one third | #®Ound all police stations and pul WHALING COMPANY in them us the people would be
cg developed BUENOS AIRES, May 29. | coloured franchise policy. westwards to include the water|of°ali Jorry drivers in Britain | Jie buildings in the Or ‘ no better off. There were many
; . yr President Peron said to-day Harry Lawrence, member o!| sources.—Reuter. } ie : 5 : rae —Reuter. HAMBURG, May 29. |pipes in the island to-day withow!
from discussions are now to be] 4 Sevact : - , as Para +a hi oe The strike was called two days | inl 7 co eee os ‘ ,
; rgentina’s frontiers are open to| General Smuts’ wartime Cabinet, lithe 8 ent aeelaet road patrol The West German Government, water and Government should 46
poten Dare eas Bel all Japanese who may like to es-| said he wished to emphasise that at Se , ; ‘the Ri : "H at € | agencies and the Argentine repre- | something to satisfy the* people
7OV' nts a e ; “ “t con Dy ure, awe” 4 ’ , x ative relity ry { tove . gh nou
‘ tablish themselves here. Address-| the clash between police and , . j JAP FISHING BOAT entatives are holding preliminary | Government he thought, show
r a r - . Fxecutive | : | ‘ th .
a er 7 Cee erate ae ing 400 members of the Japanese| demonstrators occurred after the} 200 Grenadiasts eed Reuter 1 | talks in Germany on t wsibili-|use its @ndeavour to re more
not disclosed but they are Sa pect- community who flocked te Gov-| demonstration had concluded. | ij i S 3 ew fT SINKS: 10 DROWN | '¥_.% Setting up a joint » haling| water to the surface the
sd to have ine one aski ernment House to pay him tribute,| Minister for Justice Charles} ¥ ] “'¢ S ial ; company, a Germat ure 1id |started to extend the ma
Colonial Gevenantets te connie Peron said: “Bring as many|Swart, said that on ce cherie | Going lo U.! < I arms | s u TOKYO, May 29 | here today. | Mr. M. £. Cox (L) re
removing import restrictions com-}|74pinese as you dike. Any/he had, he was not prepared “t i (From Our Own Correspondent) ; { Killed In Crash ' Ten of the crew of 25 of thé! r—Reuter n sympat! ith the . remarks
pletely on a wide list of essential | Problems which may arise We) defame police by appointing a RENADA. May 29. | aa pt ten ae as ; oe ; - r made by } ible memb¢
- : _ ” ° 3 *RET ‘ ay 2 Japanese ishing 08 I ’
ple a al Eat sclve in-w woe efame appointing GRENADA, May 29 panese fishing boat Nabesaki INTO LIONS’ PIT
goods supplied by Canada, the} Shall s : : Commission of Investigation Grenada’s share of the Wind-| BUENOS AIRES, May 29. |Naru.were drowred today after JUMPS TOL PIT | et
suggestion that Britain allow Co- —Reuter. | Swart said 15 police were injured.| wards’ quot irers for work} Four pe | { collision wit United States! @ On Pages
ate Mectaghed aoe ‘their eae He rc Pees. among ee on United St ’ farms has becr ed today ibs | landing transport | oy eit ean ae M , 5 via eeg i
) ~j s y a 6 cr . ' F orauo OO “ ane eemeumana anes
ty cme ss . “ D fas 33 but sai e did not know] upped by 50 to 200 as a result I ar 1 Cor vA rr 29-ton fishing boat sank] a - ta et
coudabic tor takedien Weak. VATICAN STAM! how many were Europeans. the weekend visit of two Unit« i at ci mediately afte r the oli ion a is : a al ae : : rHE “ADVOCATE”
avanviabie ana é e . :% " ‘ 5 yaras aeep nere on sunda ifter ’
y . ay sa \ Pc men at scruitin rent © he hiel er d Y Muir > a ’ ’
B.W.I delegates have intimat- d e ROME, May 29. . whee ee eee S a = ecruitir Re he 5 i 0 cur re 1 off Muira Penin=[ poon tint) he ‘alagga li i bavs for NEWS
ed that the next big move is un to The Vatican will issue a series] a 3 er & now &¢ ir cere pe an} s é suth of Tokyo guards through t loo#. ‘be
Britain. Their own Governments,|of postage stamps bearing the| gerous- weapons and attack Tt em ab Ly Oth hiel t Pe, rr CAC \ maritime safe board ; troll fore h : edo DIAL 31 13
they disclosed, are sympathetic| portrait of Pope Pius X (1903 the police. He had no info for St 1 accomy } he remainds f thel ic » kept the beasts at bay |
vith Canada’s urging to the West] 1914) on ue occasion of his beati- | wether any women were I — Office ‘at ‘ : ging burns , papers at | Day or Night
@ On Page 2 —Reuter. —Reuter. they lea el Reut p.—Reuter —Reuter See ee een


PAGE TWO





anib Calling

O-DAY is a Public Holiday ir

the United States, It i

Memorial Day, also called Decora-

tion Day, first observed in 1868 by

the piacing of Flowers on the

graves of the dead in the Ameri-
can Civil War

The holiday is observed by all
of the States except that in five of
tHe southern states it is on a dif-
ferent date (April 26)

According to custom the Ameri-
ean Flag is fuwn at half-staff un-
tit noon, then at the normal posi-
tien for the balance of the day.

Back From St. Lucia
St.

—s. from a holiday in

Lucia are Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Andrieux who returned yesterday
afternoon by B.W.1.A. Travelling
on the same plane were Mr, C.
George, Mr. Lionel Gittens, Mrs.
Jean Clarke,-Miss Louise Snyder
and Hon. Aflen Lewis, Barrister
at Law and member of the St.
Lucia Legislature, Mr. Lewis plans
to spend a week in Barbados as a
guest of Mr. J. O. Tudor.

Barbados’ Smallest Club

YTCHE smallest club in the island,
The Old Etonian Club of

Barbados (present membership 3)



will be holding its annual dinner
on June 4th—the day on which
Old Etonians all over the world

dine together and drink a toast to
their school:

Sir Ecward Cunard is looking
after the dinner invitations if
there are any Old Etonians visite

ing Barbados, they can get in
touch with him at Glitter Bay, St.

James.
In Trinidad
dD" W. AUER, Manager of the
Barbados Gulf Oil Co., Ltd.,
present on a short visit to
idad and will be returning to
Barbados in a few days.

Back From Puerto Rico

}A ISS ENA BOWEN who spent

YE two weeks in Puerto Rico
staying with Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Hitt. returned home over the
week-end by B.W.1.A. Other
passengers for Barbados were Mr,
and Mrs. James F. Todd. Mr.
Todd is an engineer in San Juan.
They are here for ten days, stay-
ing at the Paradise Beach Club.

Marriage ot Mr. Smith

RAMATIST Mr. Edward
Smith bas married
again. He is 60. His bride, Mrs
Lilian Mary Denham, is 48. She
was formerly the wife of Reginald
Denham, playwright and = pro-
ducer. The wedding was at Hamp-
stead Register Office

Mr. Smith was Tory MP for
Ashford, Kent, but did not stand
at the last election. He writes
plays under the name Edward
Percy. In some he collaborated
with Regmald Denham

Earlier this year his first wife
was granted a divorce. Mrs. Den-
ham was named in the casey her
iimst ymarriage was dissolved 4n
-1946,

Edward Perey is the author of
“The Shop at Sly Corner”, which
was produced by the Bridgetown
Players earlier this month, It
was their eighteenth production,

BY THE WAY

BY BEACHCOMBER
i Forget Why

O caich elvers, as young eels
are called, you light small
in the place where you sus-
they are lurking. The
it attract them into the deep
ne which you have rigged up
near by. If the elvers escape af-
ter being captured, you light the
fires and rig up the nets all over
again. Experiments have shown
that it is only after the four-
teenth or fifteenth eseape that
they begin to be wary of the
fires, and-to keep away. So the
plain thing is to see that they do
not escape when once they have
been caught. The nets should be
deep, strong and of a very close
mesh. Even so, one or two of the
smallest elvers will always man-
age to slip through.

CROSSWORD

3



Percy

fires
pect

that








Across
When the new tiny cutter
appeared. (9, 7)
7. Ho! bid for my indian washer-
9

i and 22.

man. (5) i en. (4)
11. The Prench green is upset. (7)
12. Remember these explosive letters?

(3) 18. Garrulously chatters. (4)
+. Unsweetened, (4)
7. Petro] may muke it in more ways
than one. (5)
ly The number I rot is amall. (4)
20. The song echoes to the tic relat-
ing to knowledge, (4)
21. Facts, (4) 22. See 1 Across.

Down
It’s a quostion of time, (4)
This ia one time. (4)
Headdress, (5)
Give her a ring. (6)
The Ark for instance. (9)
Unifastened, (8)
lt may strike you, (8)
. Pressing. (6)
. Feebleness. (8)

Sounds iike one cause. (3)

. Rage to the north-east. (5)
18. As to this, a hop drier. (4)



AOSSRIATPEN

Solution of yesterday
1, Memoir; 6. Top; §
32 Hate; 15, Tu
18. Ra

8 purzie.—Across:
» Inure; 10, Crowds
4, Sid, 16, Radiator
Bet; @1, Generate; 22
Lemur, Down: 1, Military; 2.
: S, Mutilate; 4, Orchid; 5,
., Odds; 8, Pass; 13,
15. Drier; 17, Team;





ad; 20,










urage; 3,




En
Root
Rapid:

49, En ——

SHeERe &
JUST IN.

DIAL 4606




Brides
dislike

OLGA MURPHY
The essence of chic

AY is still a not-very-

popular month for weddings
Miss A. M. White, who has
been making London wedding
bouquets for “more years now
than I care to remember,” telis
me that the 1951 bride is just
as superstitious as her mother.

Styles of bridal flowers have
changed a lot. No longer the
white traditional sheaf of

lilies; and trailing satin ribbons
are out of fashion.

“Many June brides’ will carry
handsprays of gardenias and
stephanot says Miss White.



One of the most unusual wedding
sprays she can remember was
of baby unripe tomatoes t2
match exactly a sand-coloured
dress worn by Miss Phyllis
Panting for her wedding to
designer Digby Morton.

Recent bouquets with a touch of
the unusual were white camel-
lias flecked with gold carried
by Miss Indrani Coomara-
swamy, daughter of the Acting
High Commissioner for Ceylon,

and a prayer book of white
Eucharist lilies to match the
design of her dress for Miss

Caroline Rice whe she became
Lady Plymouth.
Summer Beauty

Ww summer holidays start-

ing most news-worthy cos-
metics are cool as snow,

Three of London’s top models,
whose business it is to be beau-
tiful, pass on their personal
tips:

Olga Murphy: Essence of summer
chic is simplicity. Don’t over-
dress, over make-up or over-
eat. Gloria Clarry; The hot-
ter the waather the more water
1 drink — sometimes eight
glasses a day. I find it cooling
and good for complexion and
figure. Sylvia Shelley has just
one word for it—‘Relaxation.”

The Whitsun Hat
HITSUN WEFK HAT .
tiny, tip-tilted of green

chartreuse straw, with a white
silk ribbon and “chignon” of
enormous white cabbage roses
... Wes worn by Princess
Gourielli-Tchkonia (cosmetics
queen Helena Rubinstein) when
she arrived from New York
to open her new London salon.
WORLD COPYRIGHT
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Rupert and the Ice-flower--38





As

the

ceaches
lepes the wild hare appears and

Rupert upper
‘eaps along beside him. ‘* Hullo,
you again!" cries the queer
creature. ‘ Did the ice-flowers bring
you tuck?" ‘I don't know,”
gasps Rupert, breathlessly. “* Ex-
eraordinary things seem to be hap-

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To Live in Bermuda
IR GEOFFREY DUVEEN, mem -
ber of the family of English
art dealers, is leaving England
next year fcr Bermuda. A house
which he is building there should
be finished by that time.

Sir Geoffrey says he is going for
health reasons. At 67 he is look-
ing forward to a kinder climate,
good golf and yachting.

In London Sir Geoffrey lives

with his wife in 9» Grosvenor
House flat. His ore son lives in
America,

Brief Visit
M* and Mrs, P. Hewitt-Myring
left yesterday afternoon for
Grenada by B.W.I.A. on a brief
visit. During their stay they will
be the guests of Brig. Sir Robert
Arundell, Governor of the Wind-
ward Islands and Lady Arundell
They expect to return to Barbados
on Friday, Mr. Hewitt-Myring is
Public Relations Adviser to C. D.
and W.-.
Returnirig to Grenada by the
same plane was Miss Elaine Wells.

On Honeymoon.
R. and Mrs, Lawrence Roper
of Jamaica who are

on
their honeymoon arrived here
from Trinidad on Monday by

B.W.1.A. Mr. Roper is a planter
in Jamaica. Mrs. Roper is the
former Faith Dignum, a niece of
Mrs. F. F. H. Hobson. They had
been in Trinidad for two weeks
and expect to be here until Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Roper are guests
at the Ocean View Hotel.

Trinidad Businessman
R. and Mrs. John G, Emanuel!
of Port-of-Spain who had
been here since 11th May returned
to Trinidad on Monday afternoon
by B.W.1.A. Mr. Emanuel is the
proprietor of Amenuels Motor
Service. During their stay they
had visited almost all the places
of interest in the island, including
the Animal Flower Cave.
They were staying at Indramer
Guest House.
Princess’s Summer
BV HEAR from Baden, in South-

ern Germany, that Princess
Margaret is expected there this
summer.

Reports say she will be the guest
of Prince Philip’s eldest sister, 45-
year-old Princess Theodora, who
has been married to the Margrave
of Baden for 20 years.

Their home is Schloss Salem,
near Baden,

But Baden will be disappointed.
I understand that Princess Mar-
garet’s engagement list for the
summer is complete. A visit to
Baden is not included in the list.

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Soft Drinks Only
URING the Festival refresh-
ment rooms and buffets on
the main London stations will stay
open to cater for travellers going
home by late trains. Majority of
them will be open till around mid-
night: usual closing time is 10.30
There will be no extension of
licences for alcoholic drinks.
Citrus Deal
EST INDIAN citrus growers
will doubtless be interested ta
know that Britain was Palestine’s
biggest customer for citrus fruit
during the six-month export sea-
son which ended last week. Of
a total 3,750,000 cases, Britain
tcok about three millions.

Trinidad Anthurium

MONG the miny and varied
o exhibits at the West Indies
stands none attracted more a.cen-
uon from passers-by than the an-
vhurium lities flown over special-
ly from Trinidad. There were
imany offers to buy them but
these were all declined and a;
soon as the stand shut down, the

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1951



S.P.G. Envoy
Due June 20





Rt. Rey. A. H. Howe Browne
who until recently we Bishop of
Bloemfontein is due in Barbadas
on June 20. He is the Envoy on
behalf of the Society for the
Propagation of the Gospel on the
occasion of its 250th birthday.

and will be carnying a copy of
the original Royal Charter grarit-
ed by William III on June 16th
1701, and a replica of the ship
in which the Society's first mis-
sionary sailed in 1702.

Bishop Howe Browne was com-
missioned in St. Martin-in-the-
Fields, London, in April, together
with five other bishops who are
going to places where the Society

has worked or is still working.
Bishop Browne will arrive in
Trinidad on June 12.

The Society for the Propagation
of the Gospel has worked in the
West Indies almost from its in-
ception in 1701. As early as
1710 the Society inherited the
Codrington Estates, Barbados,
which had been bequeathed to
it by General Christopher Cod-
rington, Governor of the Leeward
Islands. Part of ihe income from
these estates was used to establish
Codrington College whieh has a
noble record of nearly two and a
half centuries of work in the
Caribbean,

Bishop Howe Browne was for
some years vicar in London before
he was appointed Lord Bishop of
Bloemtontein in 1935 and was
somsecrated in S. George’s Cathe-
dral, Cape Town. He has just
recently retired from his diocese.

In response to the visits
Envoys from this country carry
ing greetings from the Society,
deputations of nationals will come
to England and will be commis-
sioned at Canterbury Cathedral on





September llth to conduct

preaching tours of the British

Isles, The West Indies will be

represented by the Rev. H. D
Edmondson of Jamaica,
Origin of S.P.G.

In 1699 the Rev. Dr. Thomas

3ray, Rector of Sheldon in War-
wickshire, was sent by the Bish-
ep of London to investigate re-
peated appeals for spiritual help
received from the American col-
onies. On his return Bray appeal-
ed direct to William Iil who on

June 16th 1701 granted a Royal
Charter to the Society for the
Propagation of the Gospel in

Foreign [Parts to send an ortho-

dox clergy to “the Plantations,
Colonies and Factories (trading
pests) beyond the seas belcohging

to our Kingdom of England” thus
taking a new step forward in
care of backward peoples, The
first missionary went to America
in 1702, Work begun about the
same time in Canada and the
West Indies. Work begun in Africa
1752. Since then work has been
done in Australia, New Zealand,
China, Japan, India, Madagascar,
Borneo, Burma, _ Singapore,
Oceania, Korea. The Society is
thus the oldest missiondry-send-

ing organisation of the church of
England, and has encircled the
world.

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with riding the bicycle X-272
on January 30 in a_ negligent

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Nine Cane Fires
Gecurred Monday

Nine cane fires occurred on
Monday. Over sixty-five acres of
canes were burnt. Nearly all of
these fires occurred in the Wind-
ward parishes.

At -Wotton Plantation, Christ
Church, six acres of first crop

ripe canes were burnt. They are
the property of G. Evelyn.
Seven acres of second crop ripe

canes were burnt at Harrow
Plantation, St. Philip. They be-
long to D. S. Payne of the same
plantation.

A quantity of ripe canes were
burnt at Wiltshire Plantation, St.
Philip. A fire at Windsor Planta-
tion, St. George, burnt eight and

a half acres of first crop ripe
canes. They are the property of
G. D. Pile.

Six and a half acres of first

crop ripe canes and three acres o?
first crop ratoons were burnt at

Frere Pilgrim Plantation, Christ
Church. These belong to G. M.
Drayton.

. In the Leeward part of the
island a fire at Spring Vale Plan-
tation, St. Andrew, burnt eight
acres of second crop ripe canes,
the property of J. A. Haynes.

Another fire at Joes River Plan-
tation, St. Joseph, burnt five acres
of second crop ripe eanes. This
fire extended to Frizers Plantation
and burnt one acre of second crop
ripe canes and five and a quarter
acres of young ratoons. They are
the property of Joes River Ltd.

Over the week-end a fire at
Exchange, St. Thomas, burnt seven
acres of second crop ripe canes.
They are the property of A. H.
In all instances the
damage was covered by insur-
ance,

The majority of fires that oc-
curred so far during the present
crop seasOn were spread over the
Windward parishes, “That’s where
the fire bug gets into the people
who are causing these fires,” a
planter told the Adveeate yester-
day. He said that it would be
foolish to suggest that all of these
fires were caused by carelessness
of people who threw cigarettes
from moving vehicles. ‘That is
entirely out of the question.”

“In British Guiana and some of
the other islands canes are burnt
to get rid of snakes which may
linger among the trash. We have
no snakes in Barbados, so there is
ao need to burn canes.”

Labourers Make More

He said that the managers,
owners or attorneys would not
burn the canes purposely because
in neariy ali cases the canes are
not insured for the full value. “We
get back the burnt canes and a
certain) amount of insurance
money. In some eases if we do not
make haste and grind the canes,
they deteriorate. What benefit
could we get from burning them?
None,” he said, “and apart from
that, we have had a splendid crop
season,”

“I feel that the labourers are
burning the canes. They are paid
73 cents per ton for cutting,. top-
ping, cleaning and loading the
canes, I think they get a penny
less per ton when they cut burnt
canes. On the other hand they
have no trash to hamper their
progress and they are able to load
more eanes. They make more
money working on burnt canes,
although the work is more dirty,”

He said that coming to the end
of the croy season, when the trash
is beginning to get thick, labour-
ers could be inelined to burn
canes. “These cases I have stated
are advantageous to the labour-
ers. The only way to stop cane
fires is to further reduce the la-
bourer’s wage for cutting burnt
eanes so that the good income
from these canes would not be-
come an incentive. Instead of
paying them a penny less, why
not pay them three-pence or four-
pence less,’ he said.

Burnt to be Rid of Trash

Mr. C. de Leeuw Caupain of
Plantation Skeldon, Corentyne,
Berbice, British Guiana, who re-
cently arrived in the island to
spend a month's holiday, told the
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Foster Workers’

Recreation

WASHINGTON, D.C.

Walter P. Chrysler once closed
down the huge automobile fac-
tory that bears his name because
its machines were “too noisy”
during a choir recital by a group
of his employees.

Perhaps his action was an ex-
treme example of how far Am-
eriean companies will go to keep
their workers happy, but it was
in the best American industrial
tradition of providing recreation
for employees, their families, and
their friends,

Recreation programmes for
workers were started early in
jhe last century. Sometimes a
group gathered after work and
played any game they could
agree upon. Sometimes well-
rounded plans were developed by
great manufacturers like George
Westinghouse who provided re-
creation for workers in his elec-
trical plant as far back as 1886.

Mest of these programmes
were for workers only. Now
more than 100 different activi-
ties, ranging from football and
skiing to knitting and candy
making, are arranged by 20,000
companies, employee associations
and. labour unions, and others in
the community.

The Westinghouse Company.
for example, recently turned
over a 19-acre park to the city
of East Pittsburgh. A sports field
was built in Buchanan, Michigan,
with money donated by local
concerns. Convair Aireraft Cor-
poration in Fort Worth, Texas,
brought a circus te the city which
performed without charge for
40,000 persons.

Children Not Overlooked

The Bridgeport Brass Company
in the State of Connecticut spent
$35,000 to improve the city’s
armory so that it could be used
for sports. When employees of
the General Electric Company in
Providence, Rhode Island, could
not find enough opponents for
their basketball team, they sect
up a city-wide league with the
help of the local Young Men's
Christian Association, the owner
of a lace factory, and other in-
dividuals and community groups.

Children are not overlooked.
Many firms support youngsters’
baseball teams. Others send the
sons and daughters of workers to
summer camps, and many com-
panies and labour unions give
children’s’ parties at Christmas
time.

The belief that it’s “good busi-
ness” to have contented workers
has full approval of the United
States Government. So much so
that it recently released vitally
needed defence materials to build
a new $500,000 community re-
creation centre in Mt. Airy,
North Carolina, town of only
2,500 population.

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FALSE ALARM
CAPETOWN:

The fire brigade dashed up to
a city man’s house to quell a fire,
only to find him burning leaves
in the garden. Neighbours had
given the alarm. The astonished
householder was presented with a
bill for £10 — the cost of turning
the fire engine out.



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canes before loading to get rid
of the heavy trash. In this way
the cutters are able to get be-
tween the canes more easily.

Skeldon is a Bookers concern
and Mr. Caupain is Senior Super-
visor. He said that the 1950 crop
season in B.G. was good. Th@
present season is also very good
and may prove to be a record
season.

Skeldon’s executive staff is made
up of about 12 Europeans and
over 30 natives. The factory rae
out 100 to 150 tons of sugar per
day, type of
canes.

He said that in B.G., because of
their poor soil, they experiment
with more varieties of canes than
in Barbados where the soil is
richer. He is accompanied by his
wife.

depending om the

makes tt

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Fishing Schooner
Pays First Visit
The 50-ton fishi schooner

Florence Emanuel

rrived here
over the week-end first visit
to the island. She is here to load
ice before going On to the fishing
banks.

The Florence Emanuet was puilt
two years ago. She is owned by
her skipper, Captain Roberts of
Grenada. Captain Roberts has
been coming to Barbados before.

During her two years sea-going, climbing will
she mostly traded between Trini- an@ thus the way
dad and Grenada with petrol. She for expansion of what is officially
has made trips to other Leeward tered “the B.W.I. dollar liber-
alization

and Windward Islands.
Captain Roberts had her reno-
vated into a fishing schooner. The

cargo.

She will be sailing from Barbados
for the fishing banks to make a
catch for either Martinique

D. L. Johnsen.



Will Serve 6 Months
For Larceny

Sentence of six months’ iz
prisonment with hard labo
was yesterday passed on 33-yea
old labourer Noel King of Chap-



man Lane, St. Michael, by a
Police Magistrate of District “A”,

for larceny.
Seibert Waldron, keeper of the









eriminal records told the court | quickly restore lost energy; fortify you
that King has 11 previous con- i ‘ ¥ f ,
; guinst fever and the exhaustion of
victions for larceny and on the
last conviction he was sentenced Placed On Bond | long-term fatigue.
to 11 months’ imprisonment with y: . wae
hard labour for stealing stock For Stealing | Take home ;
feed. This was in 1946, ‘ ' a bottle today !
King received the six months’ Sider John, a labourer of Ci } 4
sentence for stealing lumber the Garden, St. Michael was yesier- .
property of DaCosta & Co. Ltd. day placed on a bond for three q a
on May 13 about 4.55 p.m. Po- months by a City Police Mar-| OUR he
lice Constable 488 Collymore istrate when he was found guilty] GUARANTEE
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he got it. Later the same day Cpi vepherd of Black Roek] form to rigid standards of purity. ABBEY :
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King asked for leniency from bag of bottles, Dy: ve S PILLS ) 1
the Court
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The Florence Emammel is 80 feet This quota
Jong and has a draft of 11 feet. essential

applied to certain

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Another quota based on a
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¢

cent. quota removed completely!
allowing umrestricted exports of!
such goods as wheat, flour, miner-
als, foodstuffs and some manufac-
tured goods.

This it is learned was what
Canadian trade officials had in}
mind when they called the cor-|
ference i

The fact that they said they
were «happy with the results of
the meeting appears to indicete
they may soon achieve their
original goal.

ADVOCATE

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On W.I. Rum



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PAGE FOUR

BARBADOS S69 ADVOGATE

Gea SSS Fes

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Moral Principles
in Industry

In the United States and in
other nations of the free world
this May, people celebrated the
sixtieth anniversary of Rerum olic Congress in Baltimore that 4 th. no laws, either human or
Novarum, an Encyclical issued by "ew era in the American church divine, permit them for their own
Pope Leo XIII on May 15, 1891; was soon to dawn and that Catho- 1) of, to oppress fhe needy and the
“Qn the Condition of Labour.” lics would soon be led by the bish- \,e:ched or to seek gain from an-
May was also the twentieth anni- ops into more vigorous social others want.’
versary of an Encyclical issued by action. The second f us Labour En-
Pope. Pius XI, Quadragesimo With these questions before the ..¢jical, “On Reéonstructing the
Anno, “On the Reconstruction of Holy See, Pope Leo XIII issued 11 gocjai Order " considered many cf
the Social Order.” 1891 the Encyclical which has since {he new pro which had

There is much misunderstand- become the keystone of the Catho- oricen. in the years since the
ing in the world about the function lic attitude on labour issuance of the first Encyclical
of the Catholic Church as a guide In effect this Letter states that Pes

















Death Plot Boys Set A Nation Arguing =

CAN YOU IMAGINE THIS || BacrieaL

mae SPANISH
nmi? | MMAR

PARIS.
DAY after day, for more than a week, the, » ve oS eee
Advocate Stationery

















Printed by the Advocate co., Ltd. Broad St.. Bridgetown

a i ent

Wednesday, May 30, 1951

ame



By MAURICE J. TOBIN

United States Secretary of Labour

to give every worker what is justly
due him.” Further, “the rich
and employers should remember
































stuffy courtroom of the little town of Melun
has filled with a fashionable Parisian crowd. |}

They have been listening to a murder trial}?
which has gripped all France. As witness after
witness has gone into the box, the audience
of society women, authors, stage and screen
stars have heard a story of adolescent day



TECHNICAL SCHOOL

x DURING the twelfth meeting of the
Caribbean Commission in Barbados last
month it was annownced that a scheme had
been started whereby students from the

We have just Received ...

area are to be trained at the Metropolitan | to wo:kin 7 te ade : The second Letter, issued by
: wor gmen and to their child- the labour question has been under : ; i i j
Technical School in Puerto Rico. ren, The common misconception consideration by the Vatican for er vi ne gy egtrs dreams which became a terrible reality when
is that the Church attempts to many years, in spite of differences }o1q property must Sistine they led to murder.

dictate to the people what their

beliefs should be on _ matters

totally extranecus to religion.
This is not so; and I should like

in political interpretation of the
principles of the labour movement
The Pope defined certain principles
of faith and morals which must

The two accused were Claude Panconi and
Bernard Petit, both 17 when they plotted the
murder of their fellow-student Alain Guy-

guished from the right to its free
use, Important duties had to be
tied to the right of property own-
ership, Chief among these is the

Thirty students from various colonies
will receive training thanks to funds sup-

Waterproof and fKotproof

plied by the United States. The training | to illustrate why it is not so by guide the decisions of all Catho- : . .
: oe 3 ; taking as an example the origin fF... 3, ma . a duty to use property for good | ader in a forest three years ago. 72 ins. wide
syllabus includes electricity, engineering | '#*1NE “520 SSI Rerum Nova. Ls, i matters relating to labour. scciai ends rather than for ex- y e

Had they been tried shortly after the mur-
der, the case would have been heard by a
juvenile court. But F'rench justice moves
slowly. The trial of the adolescents who are
now young men opened only a week age.

The Letter called for sanitary pioitation. It was emphasised that
and health OREUTOS for workers; wealth “which is constantly being
for higher wages, shorter hours, a augmented by social and economic

progress must be so distributed

. that the common good of all
... be therefore promoted.”

The foregoing applies to one of

rum: “On the Condition of La-
bour.”

For many years in Europe and
in the United States there had
been discussions in Catholic cir-
cles concerning the attitude which
workingmen should take toward

and other technical trades in which the
student can be of use in the proposed indus-
trial and agricultural development of the
area.

TARPAULINS

made to order if required.





Maurice J. Tobin has been
United States Secretary of
Labour since August 1948.



The need for technical training in the
West Indies cannot be over-emphasised. It
has been said by experts over and over



labour organizations. These dis-
cussions involved political and
economic questions, on the one
hand, and matters of faith and

He was formerly Governor
of his native State of Massa-
chusetts and was _ twice
mayor of its principal city,

the important objectives of the
Church: peace at home. But peace
at home may bé enjoyed fully only
wher we are at peace as a nation.

THE INTELLECTUAL
The public have followed it with passionate
.f uneasy, interest. For the boys who gat in the






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; : morals on the other, Questions | foston. In thess positions he | It is for this reason that the}dock with a look of resigned bewilderment
again that the absence of technically concerning faith and morals as e Chureh has set itself the duty of ’ :
: ‘ fostered many laws to rah a ~ as | had aped with 1 r
trained personnel has remained a severe | they are related to the labour | strengthen the position of | W2ging peace amonc peoples as p grotesque fidelity the manners c S. PITCHER & co.

handicap to the area. It has kept down the

problem were raised by Catholics
all over the world,

workers and further indus-
trial peace. Since he became

well as among men,

The Church in favour of

is‘



ind morals of many of their elders.

Panconi—-bespectacled, thick-lipped, the




’Phones : 4472 & 4687







rate of industrial progress and has retarded » United States f the Secretary of Labour, the | peace as a moral principle, but it ; ppec
the rise in living standards of local person- a sceties dincunsland took place | United States Congress has | is necessary to determine which of -choolboy intellectual with exctie literary
nel-as the best paid osts had to be filled _|8%ound the question of the atti- i en app wns pi _ gana ae a pro- | tastes—sat with his head bawed. LEE SOON
SUS i 3 ‘a or = *e é > e . m
Pp tude which should be taken | the minimum wage Petit—square-headed, tough, the habitual reel

by peopie from outside,

The selection of students for Puerto Rico
despite the fact that the scheme has been
financed by United States funds, has been
made in all the colonies, British, French,
Dutch and American,

It has been arranged that technical train-
ing will be available to each colony and a
Committee sitting in this island during the
last meeting of the Commission recom-
mended “that the Commission request
member governments to consider the ex-





towards the Knights of Labour, a
labour organization which ante-
dated the American Federation of
Labour. The Knights of Labour
tried to help the American work-
ingman at a time when industrial
conditions were frequently im-
morally oppressive. As would
happen many times in the future,
support for much of the good
work of the Knights of Labour
was found among both the
Catholic laity and the hierarchy.
Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore
was one of the strongest advo-
cates of support for the Knights
of Labour. When enemies, some
of them within the Church,
attacked the Knights of Labour,
Cardinal Gibbons undertook to

American workers from 40
cents to 75 cents an hour, and
it has broadened the social
security laws to cover many
additional workers. The Sec-
retary is a former member
of an independent labour
union which he joined while
employed by a New England
telephone company, He
strongly believes that most
labour-management disputes
ean be settled by friendly
discussions around a confer-
ence table. Mr. Tobin is 50
years old. He is married and
has three children.





chance for family life and recre-

There can be, and inceed there is.
much disagreement among Catho-
lies about which political and eco-
nomic actions will result in the
greatest measure for peace, It is
one of the problems that has faced
American leaders for many years

After the last war, peace war
threatened in Greece and Turkey
The United States decided that it:
objective of peace could best be
gained by aiding Turkey and
Greece, even through military as-~
sistance, Today, Turkey and
Greece are saved from commun-
ism, Yugoslavia, once a dominant
member of the communist inter-
national, as at least no longer an
‘ally of Russia and certainly is not
a threat to the peace of Europe.



truant at school whose reading did not go
beyond Jules Verne—gazed fixedly but fur-
ively at each witness.

The prosecution case brought a third actor
n the drama, still young enough to be tried
"y a juvenile court 15-year-old Nicole,
vamp of their sixth form at school and now
developed into a brassy slow-witted and phys-
ically not unattractive young woman of 18.

It was for her that Panconi shot Guyader
with a gun stolen by Petit from his police-
inspector father,

The case revealed that the murder came as










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; i : raise its efforts to help the poor. ation. It condemned excessive The decision, the Truman Doe- | | climax to a long period of intense schoolbo
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ing additional scholarshi Yailoble .45 essential righteousngss of the we to mn aor at See the U.S. was forced to make in | He posed as a black marketeer with a suite in Ask for - -
: nal scholarships @ Knights of Labour before the t it be clear that neither this Korea. We went into Korea to pro- ' 3 aire
. F: Encyclical, nor any other, invades 1 Paris hotel and a string of mistresses. He

metropolitan universities and local institu-
tions of university status for students of the
area.”

Holy Father in Rome when some
other Catholics desired that this
organization be condemied. In
this, he was joined by all but two

private economic or political

rights.
It does not tell an employer how

tect the peace, to protect a people
from international
aggression,

We in the United

communist

States have

olayed the role with such conviction that he
not only inspired the envy of his two school-
mates but dazzled Nicole.




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of the ge oe crue much to pay his employees, nor |the moral strength of knowing tha:
, These pleas of Cardina ibbons does it tell the employee how much we have not been guilty of an Day after da ier i i i
The criticism has been made time and and other like-minded members to demand in wages from the em- aggressive attack in Korea, This ¥ y raves told: Shee: koiee of Retell Price Per 2glb, Peer Weep 00
dhein acainst Barbadite CHT matters of this oft the College of Cardinals came ployer, These are political and moral integrity must be retained, the fortunes he was making from deals in rugs
8 Boit8) dos a § before Pope Leo XIII and were economic questions which must be for those without it are Godless. ind armaments of his evenings in Montmar-
kind requiring decisions of the Govern- | considered by him for many years. decided elsewhere, The advocacy of aggressive war % SS

ment to be taken before anything can be
done, are delayed unnecessarily, and often
to the detriment of those whom it was in-
tended to benefit.

' But while Barbados should lose no time
in availing itself of American generosity as
offered at the Technical School in Puerto
Rico, the Government of this island should



shrubs around the entrance of the unsight-

Meanwhiie in the United States,
many labour-minded priests were
carrying on their gooa work. Arch
bishop Ireland, of St. Paul, in the

Thus, although the Letter of
Pope Leo XIII says “the lowest
cannot be made equal with the
highest,” it makes ii clear that

is a crime against God and man,
It is a crime against God because
it tries to take from Him the deci-
sion over human life; it is a crime

State of Minnesota, in 1889 told a “among the most important duties against man, because it destroys

meeting of the first American Cath- of employers, the principal one is his moral fibre.



Was Hitler's Seeret Service

Chief



A British Agent?

yond dispute, in the light of his
eventual fate.

went on a secret visit to England
at this time. Canaris is reported

turn against him, Hitler ordered

tre night clubs and of his plans to kidnap a
Russian general in the event of a Russian in-
vasion of France and flee to Morocco to set up
a “maquis.”

Nicole engrossed in her role as “femme
fatale,” told Panconi that if he were only a
“man” like Guyader perhaps she would take
3ome notice of him.

But then Guyader told her she was not

severe sentence a French court can impose. It



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officer imbued with a e Ger- from ndon positive proof that 4,7.“ eas ae eee r
But the motto of the Civic Circle is to man service traditions of the old the British will make war if we Basie oe ae hae —— working hours, without any of the small lux- Dry Goods Dept.
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operate without attracting public notice,

betrayed his country is a_ thesis

make an end of this regime. The

although his agents are believed

uries granted to other long-term prisoners.

smart enough for him. She enticed Petit by BY.
adopt a bold policy about technical educa- UNTIL now practically nothing By MONTGOMERY HYDE, M.P. Nazis. Here are some examples | telling him how easy it would be to rob G “
tion and build here in Barbados its own | has been known about Admiral |; He dtvte i of his handiwork, as quoted by st oe Se ae
: : Wilhelm Canaris, apart from the action at the time “would not Mr. Colvin which I must say I ader; she told Panconi she would be his if
technical school to train hundreds of tech- | fact that he ran the German recoil from destroying 10,000 find hard to believe: : only Guyader t of th ; BUKTA
nicians which the whole South Caribbean | Secret Service from 1935 until officers if they opposed them- Canaris informed us of Hitler's oe cane ee wae way,
1944, when he perished with the Selves to my will. What is that plan to launch the Luftwaffe on The play-acting which had produced the
and Barbados so obviously needs. other leading conspirators in the 1 a nation of eighty million? T London the moment Mr. Cham-| murder w tehed b istrioni Pe
plot to eee Hitler which Pn want rae eee, berlain made. his broadcast dec- it See trae y the histrionics of iN
miscarried in July of the latter yant men of brutality. laration of war. Subsequently, | Witnesses and counsel, Only the judge—obvi-
year. Until this point Canaris had Hitler was persuaded not to make : , i i
today thers 4s published a believed jthat the German Gen- this possibly heake oe pi ae affected—remained aloof from Fawn, White, Khaki
7 s “ ook which suggests that, not eral Staff was a forse which which would be of no military e jostling for the limeligh
CIVIC ACTION only did Canaris work closely could ouiride a period of Nazi importance at that stage, Camaris , r . and Cream
with the conspirators throughout er ga ea it rn re = was unable to get news through SHE FAINTED
Ti ‘ this peri at he he began to have doubts and to t s*hange ai anleticl “nerfor as :
Rr ariatian Civic Cie bas DR Pee ee, teeth GaLae wack ht Bttiord, Mownbee "that ale seit wersitg Weed Cope Tye ga cit ee eee ORES. 20-40
doing a fine job of work during the last | tant military developments | to oh oy re a oe ore dots Fecelved:-shortly after 11 he girl alternated her glib denials and occa- |
: itein . » author Te e ac ed ay oO ; t al |i : ; : : ‘
twenty. gears, ‘The. preservation’ of ‘auth Britete cu ae hm. Tae tac’ icienae is. tant dinier coe : he: morning of Sep sional impertinences with well-spaced faint- | These Shorts are Sanforized and
beauty as there is in Bridgetown is due to |in Germany as a newspaper cor- Macy which would utterly dis- Similarly Canaris tried to ing fits. She fainted four times in the course | Regimel Shrunk
the work of th Mins respondent, claims that Hitler’s credit the regime. According to inform us of the date of the| of half an hour, and finally allowed herself | ime .
e work of that body whose members have [chief of intelligence played the Mr. Colvin, Canaris did his best invasion of Norway—a warning b ; : ik soil
wooed the Legislature and parochial bod- | dual rele of German patriot and to inform the British Govern- which the Norwegian Legation in to be carried feet first from the box. | Th P ‘ * Wai :
: sf British agent. ment of Germany's military Berlin omitted to pass on because} Last night the two boys were sentenced; e lastic fitted aistband gives
ies for assistance. That Admiral Canaris was an Weakness during _the period of jt was thought too incredible to |p Ne ; ‘ ys ?
efficient intelligence chief and the Cosh crisis in ans summer be true, Panconi to 10 years’ solitary confinement for Snugness and Comfort.
oa) ies served his country well there © 938, urging Chambertain to ‘Ki ap hooti atit ve veare oP
The Esplanade, the Fountain in the Pub- [seems little reason to doubt. That call Hitler's bluff. Kill Churchill “hooting Guyader, Petit to five years for aid- .
lic Gardens, and even the Flowering {he also became implicated with To an emissary of the discon- eae” ester ee a ote ng him by getting the gun.
the: anti-Nazi generals seems be- tented German generals who When the war was beginning tc Solitary confinement is the third =













to have had several opportunities

In the case of Panconi and Petit the sen-





















: hich I find difficult to accept proof? An _ open led, fro) j ,
to get things done tactfully a ita heiat Goarkeaionarin Oe caring it Sut
. ‘ without further evidence than Britain to Assist Czechoslovakia fe att a es t i g — . Q x
Mr. Colvin has adduced. in the event of war. Finally. we are informed that | ‘ence 1s largely a formal one. Q %
Th Versaille Treaty had All tk ; his Service warned us of the They have already t lv th % Fi x
. : ¢ » aT'Sé aS Mu é d » e ssary suecee ; > sadyv spe arly ‘ie ant ee
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1951



Legislative Council
Told 2,000 Required
For U.S. Farm Work

THE HONOURABLE the Legislative Council met at 2

p.m, yesterday, the Hon. J.

D. Chandler, presiding. The

meeting lasted 45 minutes, and then the Council adjourned

until next Tuesday.

The Clerk notified the Council that the Governor hed
granted the Honourable Mr. Chandler leave from his duties
from June 16 to September 29.

‘he Colcnial Secretary tabled
a Message from the Governor in-
forming the Council of a revision

in the proposed emigration of
Barbdadian workers to the U.S.A.
this ‘year. The Message is as
fcllows:—



His Excellency the Governor has
the honour to refer to the Resolu-
tion concurred in by the Legisla-
tive Council on the 25th April,
1951, approving of the Supple-
mentary Estimates 1951-52 No. 3.
under which the sum of $440,000
was provided for the purpose of
sending up to 4,000 Barbadians to
work in the United States of
America for a period of at least
10—12 weeks during the course of
this year, and to forward for the
information of the Honourable
Legislative Council further infor-
mation which has been received
since that Resolution was passed.

Selection

It is now expected that approx-

jnately, 2,000 Barbadians will
shorly be required for agricul-
tural work in the Mid-West of

the United States, and agents of
the prospective employers have
urranged to arrive in Barbados on
the 29th of May with the object
of selecting the workers whom
they require. There are at present
no firm indications that employ-
ment will continue beyond 12
weeks, although certification ‘for
longer periods has been grancved
by the United States Employment

Service in respect of Barbadian
workers. The earnings. of the
workers will vary, and no firm

estimate can be given at this stage.
The minimum wage rates will be
75c. per hour, and in some cases
80c. per hour.

Tenders for transporting the
workers to their respective places
of work have been called for, and
the cost of the upward passage of
each worker from Barbados to
Jamaica (or its equivalent), which
will be borne in the first instance
by the Government of Barbados,
and which, at the time the Reso-
lution was prepared, was estimated
to be B.W.I. $62.00, is now known

to amount to B.W.I. $73.36. The
whole of this cost of upward

transportation will be charged
against the worker’s account; de-
ductions will be made from his
wages in the United States and
any balance due will be deducted
from his account in Barbados.
Deductions will also be made
from the account of each worker
in Barbados at the rate of B.W."
$2.00 a week to meet at least part
of the cost of his repatriation
irom Jamaica (or its equivalent)
to Barbados. These deductions
will continue to be made so long
as the worker remains in the
United States until he has repaid
the actu®l cost of his repatriation
(B.W.1. $73.26) from Jamaica (or

its equivalent) to Barbados.

Recruitment Cost

The revised cost of recruitment
is $15,000 (in respect of 2,000
workers) compared with $40,000
(in respect of 4,000 workers) at
the time when the Resolution was

prepared. It has subsequently
been verified that in accordance
with the Migration for Employ-

ment Convention (Revised) 1949
Government Employment servi
in connection with the recruit-
ment, introduction or placiny of
migrants for employment should
be rendered free and that the
administrative costs of recruit-
ment, introduction and placing
should not be borne by the mi-
prants.





In view of this Convention
coupled with the fact that,the re-
vised cost of the repatriation of
the worker from Jamaica (or its
equivalent) to Barbados is greater
than the previously estimated
cembined cost of repatriation and
recruitment expenses, it is not
proposed to make any attempt to
recover from the worker the cost
of his recruitment expenses. Other
factors to be borne in mind in
this connection are that, on pre-
vious occasions when workers
have been sent to the United
States of America, no attempt has
Been made to recover any part of
the repatriation expenses, and that
a large number of workers, in re-

spect of whom recruitment ex-
penses will be incurred, will be
rejected for medical or other

reasons.
Message Circulated

Mr. Chandler told members
that he would give instructions
to have the Message printed and
circulated, and if they wished to
debate it, he would have it placed_
on the Order Paper for the next
meeting. :

Report of the Select Commit-
tee on Vocational and Technical

Training with special reference

to Part-Time Training of Ap-
prentices.
Statement of the sums of

money paid over to the Colonial
Treasurer by the Commissione!
of Police during the queérter
ended 3ist of March, 1951.
The Civil Establishment (Pay-
ment of Passages) Order, 1951
The Petroleum Drilling and
Production Regulations, 1951.
Report on the Vital Statistics
of the Island and other Regis-
trations for the year 1948.



ONLY

The Trade Act (Temvorary
Importation of Motor Vehiclas)
Regulations, 1951.

The Co-operative
Rules, 1950.

Societies

Questions
Honourable F. C. Hutson gave
nouce or his intention to inquire

or the Honourable Colonia! Sevre-
lary as tollows:—
What was the estimated popu-

lation of the island at Decemver
30, 1950?
Whether any information is

available showing the prob.ble
population in 10 years tame if th
present rate of increase continu
What steps, if any, are being
taken with a view to controlling
the population and the difficulties
arising from over-population?
Thé President, before starting
the business of the day, drew the
attention of honourable members
to the fact that he had been grant-
ed leave of absence, and during
that time there would consequent-
ly a vacancy on the Board of
Agriculture. Subject to the ap-
proval of the Council he was
nominating Hcn. J. A. Mahon to
serve on the Board in his plece.
Mr. Mahon agreed to serve.
The Council concurred in a
supplementary resolution for
$9,716. The money is to be used
to relieve distress caused by
storm and flood damage during
1948 and 1949.

Bill Passed

The Council then passed a
Bill to amend the Parochial Em-
ployees Pension Act, 1944
amended by Sundry Acts,
Vv. C. Gale took charge of
Bill and told the Council
its object was to authorise the
vestries, of the island to pay
bonus on the pensions of retired







as
Hon.
this
that

parochial employees. Mr. Gale
suid the Bill was a formal one
that was passed every year to

allow the vestries to continue the
practice which had begun during
the war years. He accepted a
suggestion from Hon, Frank Field
for making the form of the Bill
easier to follow in future.

The last Bill to be passed
the Council yesterday
amending the Barbados Fancy
Molasses Production and Export
Act, 1937. Object of the Bill is
to permit the sale and export of
Fancy Molasses in containers not
exceeding ten wine gallons.

The
retary
ing of the

by
was one

Honourable Colonial Sec-
moving the second read-
Bill teld the Council
that he did not pretend to have
mere than a superficial knowl-
edge of the export of Fancy
Molasses. The Bill had been on
the Order Paper for several
menaths. In order to give effect
to the export of Fancy Molasses,
he said, a time limit was impos-
ed for the export of the approv-
ed quantity.in respect of any one
year,



New Product

As canned molasses was, com-
paratively speaking, a new pro-
duct, it would naturally take
some time to establish markets
for it; and to ship, or even to
sell molasses produced in the
crop year within the period of
nine months during which ship-
ments were at present allowed
was proving to be impossible.

An objection to the Bill as
subniitted to the Council was
that people could abuse the in-
tention by exporting fancy
molasses in containers of less
then ten wine gallons, while not
being in sterilised cans. The
revised amendment therefore
specified sterilised molasses in
sterilised cans,

He would move the amend-
ments at the appropriate time.

Hon, G. D, L. Pile asked whe-
ther it would not have been bet-
ter to have .deferred the Biil
further, awaiting the report of
the Committee of Inquiry which
had visited Canada relative to
the export of fancy molasses.

The Colonial Secretary replied
that his predecessor had defer-
red the Bill while that Commit-
tee was at work. He believed
that he was right in saying that
the Committee had not yet
ported,

re-

Amendments

When it was»eonsidered by the
Fancy Molasses Export ani Mar-
keting Board about ‘a month ago
Sir John Saint, whe was Chair-
man of the Inquiry Committee
aswell as a member of the
Board had said that in his view
the amendments to the Bill did
not need to be-held up pending
the report of the Committee.

The President told the Council
that the Report of the Commit-
tee of Inquiry had been delayed,
and said he believed it would be



ready soon,
After Honourable Mr. Pile re-
peated that he thought it bette:

to defer the Bill until the report
of the Committee was laid on the
table of the Council, the Presi-
dent supported the remarks of
the Colonial Secretary relative
to what Sir John Saint had said.
Hon. Mr. Pile did not pursue
the matter further.

The Bill was then passed with
amendments,

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MR. JOHN H. MILLER, Personnel



BARBADOS

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Director of the Fall River Canning

Co., Wisconsin and Mr. W. H. “Bill” Meranda, Director of Traffic and
Sales, Resort Airlines arrived from St. Vincent yesterday by B G@

Airways.

This morning they begin recruiting labourers for temporary em-

ployment in the U.S

US Officials Here To

Recruit Labourers

MR. JOHN H. MILLER,
Canning Co., Wisconsin

River,

Personnel Director of the Fall
and Mr. W. H. “Bill”

Meranda, Director of Traffic and Sales Resort Airlines,
arrived from St. Vincent yesterday afternoon shortly after
2.30 o’clock by a B.G, Airways Charter flight. This morning
at 8.30 o'clock, they begin recruiting !abourers for tempor-
ary employment in the United States.

100 YEARS
AGO

WEST INDIAN
May 30, 1851

At the meeting of the
House of Assembly the fol-
lowing report from the
Resident Engineer on the
practicability of establishing
a coaling wharf at the mouth
of the Careenage was read:

“With reference to the
Royal Engineers’ Office, Bar-
bados, Governor's letter to
me of the 7th instant, I bes
to acquaint you, for his in-
formation that on examining
the mouth of the Careennge
at Bridgetown, Barbados,
with a view to report on the
practicability of forming
within the Mole, a Coaling
Wharf, accessible at all states
of the tide, by steam ships of
large draught, it appears
thit the werk is certainly
practicable, but that formid-
able obstacles are to be re-
moved...

Two diving bells at least
would be required, and, as
the progress ef such works
is necessarily slow, it is
thought that two years would
be the shortest time in
which this projec! could be
accomplished, unless it were
to be found th:t operations
were favoured by natura)
circumstances, which it
would not, afore se‘ting out,
be right to calculate on.

The construction of the
Coaling Wharf would be a
ecmparatively simple oper-
ation; but, as it would of
eourse be contingent on the
greater work of opening the
harbour’s mouth, it is not
thought necessary to enter
en its details at present. ..

I am ete.
| W. C. WARD, Lt.-Col.

ne

WAGES COU
(From Our Own -OUNCIL
GRENADA, May 29

The Clerks Union which is
affiliated to the Grenada Workers’
Union after calming down from
a strike mood, at a veneral meet-
ing yesterday decided to request
that Government set up a Wages
Council for the Clerks in order
to achieve a satisfactory settle-
ment of the demand for improved
conditions made _ on_ business
houses,

FOR JAMAICA
(From Our Own Correspondent)
GRENADA, May 29.

Abcut thirty men of the Welsh
Fusiliers left here last night by
R.A.S.C. Vessel for Jamaica, but a
large number still remains. Major,
the Lord Wynford, Commanding
Officer since their arrival returns
to Jamaica tomorrow leaving
Captain Coad in charge.

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Mr. Meranda told the Advocate

that he had been to Barbados
several limes as a member of the
staff of Nationwide Airlines. On
January 15th this year, Nation-

wide and Resort Airlines merged
and they are now known
Resort Airlines,

Mr. Miller, he

said, would not
be recruiting any labourers from
Barbados, but Mr. Marvin Keil,
representing Green Giant Co., of
Beaver Dam, Wisconsin and Mr
A. L. Keene of the Keene Canning
Co., of Freeport, Illinois, who are
due to arrive in Barbados today
will be selecting their men fron
here. Mr. Meranda is represent-
ing some thirty or forty other
producers in the U.S.

Rigid Test

The men will have to go through
a fairly rigid medical test to qual-
ify. Touching on just one of the
important factors, Mr. Meranda
said he thought that a minimum
of six pairs of opposite teeth were
necessary for selection, provicing
of course that they pass the other
health requirements.

The type of work the mene will
do is mainly agricultural: reaping
peas, cherries and corn. Some may
work on beans and later on it may
be possible for some to continue
down into the southern States and
work in the sugar cane and cotton
industries,

Mr. Miller and Mr. Meranda
have already visited Antigua, St.
Kitts, Grenada, and St. Vincent.

They expect to leave on Saturday
for St. Lucia. About seven hun-
dred men have been chosen from
the Leeward Islands, approxi-
mately three hundred from An-
tigua, three hundred from St.
Kitts and Nevis and fifty to one
hundred from Montserrat

Professor Lewis

Praised In The
House Of Commons

LONDON, May 29

John Dugdale, Minister of State
for Colonial Affairs referred in the
House of Commons today to the
appointment of Professor Arthur
Lewis: who was born in St. Luaia
to the Colonial Development Cor-
poration. Dugdale said that for
some time they had hoped it
would be possible to associate a
leading man of colonial origin
with the direction of the Corporat
tion’s affairs



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Although
Michael was
upply water
like to say there
people in the parish
it difficult to get a
g00d supply through the lack of
mains and stand pipes

Honourable members must
ealize that St. Michael carried
approximately half pf the popula-
tion of the isand and sheuld
therefo.e have prior claim be-
cause in t:e case of any epidemic,
it will start in the most populated
areas

He said that the Chief Engin-
eer of the Waterwo:ks, from, the
time he came to the island, had
been doing his to improve
the water situation,

As far as the northern area was
concerned, the senior member fo.
St. Luay should be glad to learn
that the Chief Engineer had just
discovered some sou ce of wate

that area and was working a
speedily as possible in order to
get water into the Reservoir at
Warleigh That water which
Would supply the Warleigh Reser-
vcir could be developed and con-
centrated on the Boscobel area
and they were hoping tetore the
end of the year to have that sup-
ply developed

He assured honourable members
that the Chief Engineer was work -
ing 24 hours a day on this wate
programme and promised them

who had spoken it
might appear that St
getting
he would

wee many
who found

of

that

god

ag

best

that in the near future he would
bring a progress report to the
Hous? which would satisfy every

member, even the mos: critical,
Mr. Dowding (E) said that with
the Hon, Senior Member for
St. Michael had said, he had not
yet struck the nail on the head.

He did not believe that the work
done im St. Michael was more
than it should have been, He did
not think that that was the reas-
on for they not getting stand
pipes in the country districts.

He did not think that the Gov-
ernment was to be blamed except
1or the fact that they nad wot
made representations to the U.K
Government from the right
sources.

s ot
Church,
: Pp!
ried out,

He knew that in the paris
St. Michael and Christ
where colossal bu
grammes were being ca




water was being turned into the
buildings. In St. George, they had
only got two standpipes for which
money was voted in the House
in 1946

There is a lack of forcibleness,”
he said. Mr, Bustamante had
said that when he wanted pipes
for Jamaica, he had been to the
Crown Agents in England for
them and got pipes along with
pumps.

He hoped that the Hon. Senior
Member for St. Michael would
nave given them some assurance
that the local ‘‘overnment would

make representation to the U.K
Government, telling them what
they wanted,

Mr. G. H. Adams (L) said that

the remarks of the Hon, Junior
Member for St. George had
brought him to his feet. He

thought that the Government al-
lowed too many things to be said
against them without representing
themselves,

Mr. Adams said that he was
speaking with a sense of responsi-
bility The honourable Junior
member for St. George had said
that Mr. Bustamante had got pipes
from England for Jamaica, but he
(Mr. Adams) would prefer to see
the evidence of this deal

When he went to England, he
brought ‘up the question of pipes
in the Colonial Office, telling them
that both sides of the House did
not think that the British Govern-
ment were doing enough. They
did not think they were consider-
ing the West Indies on the ques-
tion of pipes and how essential it
was to look on the West Indies as



a priority area
He said that he was told in
London that there were pipes in

England that were quite suitable
for use as waterpipes in Barbados.
Those pipes were, however, sent
to Persia to be used in the oil-
fields which were considered more
important. He was assuring the
House that the U.K, Government
was kept constantly aware of the
situation in Barbados.

Mr. W. A, Crawford (C) said
that he was sure there was no
honourable member in the House
who was so silly enough as to be-
lieve that the honourable member
for St. Joseph was the only leader
of a majority party who spoke
with a great sense of responsibil-
ity.

The remark made by the junior
member for St. George with
reference to Mr. Bustamante’s
going to London to get pipes for
Jamaica, was repeated by Mr
Bustamante to a public meeting at
Queen's Park.

Mr Bustamante prefaced
remarks at that meeting by say-
ing that he knew what he was
about to say would be reported
in the local Press and in the
Jamaican Press well. He

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He sure
mante ide the
a5 great a sense of responsibility
a the senior member for St
Joseph spoke when he desired to
pontificate In any case, whether
it be in the question of getting
water mains to the West Indies
or of getting a good price for West
Indian sugar, or of getting emi-
gration for workers to the U.S.A.
the peoples of the West Indies
had a great deal for which to be
thankful to the Government of
Jamaica

The hon. junior member for St
George was getting warm when
be said that the local government
was not entirely to blame, the
U.K. Government was also to be
blamed. The honourable senio
member for St. Joseph speaking
with a great sense of respon:sibil-
ity told them that when he went
to the Colonial Office, he was told
that they could get no pipe, what
little they had, was being sent to
the oilfields in Persia, “That's
British policy for you West In-
dians in dire distress in the coun-
try villages walking two and
more miles to get a bucket of
water,” Mr. Crawford said and
added: “The British have pipes
only to be sent to the oilfields in
Persia,”

Now the Persian Government
was taking them all over. That
was what British policy had done

ve been surpr

morning paper nh

that Mr. Busta-
Statement with

wa

m





for them and where it had led
them.
He said that he was convinced

that the the local Government was
more to be blamed than the U.K
Government in the matter. If the
British only
then “let us buy the pipes outside
the U.K.”

“Give us the dollars to buy them
where we can get them cheaper—
ir Canada, in the U.S.A. It is the
business of the local Government
vhich should know the conditions

causelt Ly absence of water in our
rural areas to make the strongest
I sible representations to the
UIt. Government.”

Mr. J. E. T. Brancker (C) saic
fuat the Hon, member was em
pnasising that in view of the

wtt.ule indispensability of water
throughout the length and breadtl

of the cclony, the Governmen,
should get the material fron
wherever they could, If it were
a matter of dollars not being

uvailable, then Government shouk
make representation to the United
Kingdom for first priority in re-
spect of these dollars for the pur-
chase of the material.

Buildings were going up every-
v.here and it seemed that pipe
was available somehow for these

If this was so in respect of one
thing, why not in respect of an-
other, Mr. Brancker asked

“If we only have a_ certain

amount of dollars we should get
some pipe exclusive to anything
else. No one can do anything
without water.”
In accordance
gramme, said Mr
Commissioners of
various parishes had submitted
a list to the Government of the
additional standposts which they
gonsidered absolutely necessary in
their parishes, “Do net let us wait
until there is another war when
we will be again told ‘you cannot
get pipe now there is another war

on,

with the
Brancker, the
Health of the

pro-

Mr. F, E. Miller (1) said that it
would be well if the Government
could ask the United Kingdom to
allow them to purchase the pipe in
Canada or wherever it was avail-



able, They certainly could not
t much longer,
Mr, O. T. Allder pointed out
hat several private buildings



going up and all the pipe
wanted could be secured, At the
same time there wos a number. of
tenantries in which for about 40 or
50 years was the fruitless clamour
for a development of the water
supply

He thought that the Government
should get down to seeing that the
material imported every year b
illocated around the island.

Mr. E. D. Mottley said that the

present policy of the Britist
Government was to sell thei:
goods into countries where they

hoped to gain an export trade anc
Cisregard the social improvements
of the Colonial Empire.

The water development was oj

the utmost importance to Barba-
and he thought that somebody
must say to the United Kingdor

that they had to give them thei:
right to buy the material they
wanted where they could get it.

Mr. Mottley commended th
Chief Engineer of the Waterwork
Denartment and the work he was
There wa itugnation
Department, aid It
found that of the

amount of pipe availabk
effort was being made
the water required to

doing.
in that
would
limited
every
carry

no
he

be out

to

the

villages



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May, 1951, for the purpose of:—

Receiving and considering the Actuary’s

; — aeaene
( egy dio sane .
(* LA S S I FIE D A D S | PUBLIC NOTICES FOR RENT PE | PUBLIC SALES | GHIPPING NOTICES «
| '
= Ten cents per agate line on week-days Minimum charge week 72 cents ay oo eneeetthnisonaesenaneep ee | Ten cents per ate line on week-day ;
TELEPHONE 2508 end 12 cents per agate tine on Sundays, | 86 cents Sundays 24 words — over é Land cents per . tine on. Suanaue wa sae
mininum charge $1.50 on week-days| WOrds 3 cents a word week—4 cents a The public are hereby warned against | minimum che sdk Genshetoe 3 wg emt eineniinenine nae omrnt EEE SaeH nn eaten *
and $1.80 on Sundays. word on Sundays. Kiving credit to my wife ALMA OLETHA j and $1.80 on S : : = PAAR = ‘
‘ — 20C = ne f ” om So SOGEPIOOILS
For Births, Marriage or Engagement FOR SALE ~ aeration nemiah meine | — ——<—eetigee, | SOCK (nee Springer) as I do not hoid! PODS SE IES
announcements in Carib Calling the | j HOUSES sayeoit reiponmie for her ar anyone | eo e $ |
charge ts $3.00 for any number of word: a fw E + cspiisiaeiacaes else contracting any debt or debts in| M.V Dae . oe '
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each Minimum charge week 72 cents ang| "N THE\MATTER OF THE COMPANIES BOULOGNE — § ; my name unless by a written order signed " Care ees ae Sennen
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508 $6 cents Sundays 24 ‘ -- uver 24 * ACT 1910 Fully furnished Vv ; sheet raat me : REAL ESTATE Em Ae. ieren a. . cs oe = 4 '
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death | Seats aw wees 4 cents a} yy and Dial 8459 a? W. N. ROCK annette iapenteonat —— ce enie tan Sk hier ee } ea
: : . rd on Su day N THE MATTER yes g ‘ : : 29.5.51—2n HOUSE-At Ps pac stings. One gers only for St. Vingent, Salting } = :
ee rae ce KNITTING MILLS LIMITED | “CARDIFF Mawar F mnt Michael theta pee canis af Coen Yeoman dinates ae dar s \ Cie Gle Transatlantiaue
Sh aE NP RTRN oenor ee NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Juiv_ . Maxwe ‘or June and; 90 5 51 . Michael. | Drawing and PD: Roon ‘ ete a“
: a IVE? he July. Phone a7 o 8nd | 29. 5.41—an S 3 ining Rooms, 3 Bedroom 1: MCiesibteed. eth ene vs
IN MEMORIAM | sees of the abovtnamed Company.) — Ld: ae Sars ad aa each with water, Kitchenette, Lavatory eee PG sh chs ae wee St 3 >
Al i AUTOMOTIVE eS ee voluntas ity wound up,/ FLAT — (1, Furnished Fiat at} ,,J0® Public are herelyy warned against — eee ae an henmteay La $40.00 thy Abtigus, Menipertak Slevin SAILING TO 5
+ on or before the 2nd day of Dundee, St. Lawrence Gap, suitable Biving credit to any persor . er THOR, and is in. pertect order & St. Kitts. Sait rida
BRATHWAITE: in Loving Memory of | - a ya - July 1951, being the day for that panes |S : , e ap, suitable rly howsoever ae apna or persons For particulars apply to D'Aroy A . itts. ailing Friday Ist id
our eat Mother hrs, "Geraine | g CAM, oct, oxford 18i@ Perfect gon | xed by ‘the underaianed, to wend. their|eago" PPL’ OP Premises, Gt EMALS| maselt ranpomnible, fv angane’ contract. | Seat Magarine Lane, Dial oT re §\] ENGLAND & FRANCE
Brathwe vhs “te ife | &* i c , new tyres ar at-} name: da S asi ~e ee t : eee ff 26.5.5 " ; om is
ie 3. 1960” hs departed this life! iyy Fitted with “Pye" Shortwave Radio. | of thee asthe oe eat OF ee PADRES | oie ing any debt or debts in my name unless retics , : | COLOMBIE. June 10th, 1951
gig ag | Cash or terms arranged. Dial 3 . claims, and the names} FURNISHED FLAT, Pavilion Court. 4 >> * WTtt®n order signed by me. : B.W.1, SCHOONER OWNERS ae h,
You are gone but never forgotten, ange tal 3684 or 4881 | and addresses of their Solicitors, if any,! Available for a’ oximatel ; LINCOLN ,BYNOE PENRITH sivuate at the corner of \ via Martinique &
In our hearts you ever live, 27.5.51—t.£.n. | to ae es H. Lisie Thomas in! irom 5th July "Pane 2582 a one Scarborough Land Sa Ph aera and Belmont Road, St ASSOCIATION Inc.) Guadelo ”
Tv Si beques care of Messrs. i a o Chris ae chael, standing on 11,240 square feet . : ‘upe
Silieiees westhed Christian! caR—one 1047 Frazer, mileage 20,000 | Lucas Street, Sicetenias ene the | 90.5. 51—39! 90. 5. t1—2n Christ Church. | 9¢ land. The Rates is built ot dene pee Consi Tele. N
One day we'll meet where ne'er Contact H. Manning, Westmoreland, St.| Liquidator of the said Company, and. FLAT: Gesumont. Hast Inu | contains drawing, dining, breakfast ignee. Tele. No. 4047. nt —.
‘ we'll die. James 29.5.91--Gn. | (80 required | by notice in writing | niched. Dining and Sitting’ rooms, 2] _.TRe public are hereby warned against | Pon teen Te tate | PM GtOSSSS NOR SCSI OSS OSORO SSG ISESSS
ev. H. D. Brathwaite and family awe 3% Savion ————_| from the said Liquidator, are to come} bed ning ap We yen | Siving credit » wife CAMPBELL, | 0&dreoms, toilet and bath upstairs. | 5 . CARIBBEAN R
’ AR_31 Bani acti . M edrcoms, running water, Kitche: ; ‘ing credit to my wife CAMPBELL ? Be CRUISE.
30.5.51—-1n. | working ober. Paste aa ‘yeas ae at ees Gina aah Pai or re ) sas, Usual conveniences, No aul Fee DU bie (nee Sargeant) as 1 do not h aa ma bags een Sea Sarage ROYAL NETHERLANDS
ow : : # a ep as sha © chil 2 E anh & 9 myse re ‘ » feos a and servants rooms in yard,
HCPE—In loving memory of our dear Seas ae anal aD Browne Holly- specified in such notice, or in default | Snen Ul ae ix. ape in| ccntabetite one Ge = _ ind Samar Fe . Inspection every day (except Sundays?! STEAMSHIP co COLOMBIE May 30th, 1951
bel od vif . 7 : i ,| Ww » Whitepark 9 sl—3n. | thereof they will be *} | siet *\Seliaahiihienienemraie. | # any debt or debts in my nam t 4 . Trinidad, La G Pas
joved wife and mother Charlotte en y v e exchided from the; LARGE AND FLAT at the} UMless by a written order signed by me between 4 and 6 p.m. or by appointment ac, uaira, Cur-
Anes Hope died Ma," Soth, 1944. CAR—1948 Hiliman a erent soy distrilution made before | Camp, on-the-sea, St. Lawrence Gap EDGAR DUKE, | Dial 2985 SAILINGS FROM AMSTERDAM acao, Cartagena and Ja-
an que ise wee conde away condition. Dial—95-267. Dated this Meal Gly oF Mas 1951 has pe ge a Apply: Bratton, Max- Garden Land Pubic ec wit : = oT ae ; tM s cw ilenet "een Sie deel, maica,
‘ al ay « e s a3 951. we ‘oast. Dial 6357. " ace ‘ompetition a our office itr S. “Willemstad” th. June 1951.
We are here you are there ie 29,5,51.—4n. H. LISLE THOMAS. ae ae | 99.5. St. Michael. | Lucas Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, the | SAILINGS TO PLYMOUTH & a3
But for us you are always near. CAR—Chevrolet—30,000 miles, Excellent Liquidator, | Bae Ist June 1951, at 3 p.m AMSTERDAM
es — in pe ms A condition, At Golden @idge, St. George. 2.5.57—Tn.| | MARKHAM--Hastings on the sea The public are hereby warned against CARRINGTON & SEALY, MS, “Oranjestad” I4th. June 1951. Accepting Passengers,
e' Hope Family. peas Phone—95—-259. 29.5.51.—3n. “Ski, BAseooe GeO tinea,” Set See Furnished with 3 bed-ooms and with| 8!Ving credit to my wife TANTHE JONES Solicitors SAILINGS TO TRINIDAD, PARAMAR- Cargo and Mail.
aceite sedis recent ear teene eer ne eee ASSU BARBA. UTUAL LIFE | modern conveniences, Radio, Frig and| ("ee Waldron) as I do not hold myself 19.5.51—9n IBO, GEORGETOWN
SPRINGER: | In Loving Memony of our! CAR PARTS: 14 mm. Spark Plugs, Moser Harold Pee eo uIGY | Telerhone. Apply at’ Elise Court, Hast-| responsible for her ot anyone else con- a aa} mis? “nontare" 29tn, May 1981. | tt *s
vee AG Chamios Leether, Upholstery Material! having ues -» ings 26.5.51—t.f.n.| tracting any debt or debts in my name wus Cottage (Three Bedrooms M.S. “Hersilia” lth June 1951 ¢ ”
oa who passed away on May snd many other items. Enquire at the} Policy Garant ee ; that —_—_— unless by a written order sinned Us Dre, Two Large ‘Sur with maaina at Troe SATLINGS TO TRINIDAD, LA GUAIRA,
eh naee cdehres Mow ts ‘ Auto Tyre Co. Phone 2696 i Giawinal Gciiee oan demas eens = rene: _ “WRENSCOURT", Palm Beach, Hast- DaCOSTA JONES, (Shopkeeper) bury Hil, Main Road, Near Oistins CURACAO & JAMAICA. k. M JONES & Co Ltd
= ere ser Mabe 30.5.51—t.f.n. | made motets" to — ean cae ee on ene two flat Bunga- Vauxhall, Modern Conveniences, Spacious Enclored M.S. Oranjestad’ 24th. May 1981. o % .
3 an see us cep, aaa 3 0 | lows, ear the Sea, open verandahs, Chris “hure Yard, Vacant. Di 2 : 5 + a s ger ace »
ue ane a silent tear is shed, ete “= same NOTICE | ritting, drawing and dining ga 29.5, $1—2n Christ Church an we us ak ae : eet ; or Limited Pa pales ae ommodation AGENTS
hile others are asleep ss ELEC ; at unless any objpction | bedrooms, kitchenettes, pantry, toilets and Easy Terms A, Desivabic cane hi om
Ever remembered by Marion Weekes TRICAL is raised within one month of the date; and batt T : - : sPROoe Ne Phone ::: 3814
(Mother); Gloria (Daushiats thes ee heredt; the. duolicate Polley asked ta wabipsctee h, running water and electricity The publ e hereby warned against | Spacious Cottage (3 Bedrooms Aarge ®& P. MUSSON, SON & CO, LTD., j
are Family. 5. 20.5 Bieta | HEATING PADS with 3 Heats have} Will be issued : r}garagés and enclosed yard. Available | #iving credit to am’ person er Persons 1 with Basin) at Ch. Ch., Main Rd Agents,
, ) 30.5, 51—Ir sisuel eraresa: | Seth ¥ - : ee have 4 “Ry Otder from June ist. Apply: Cc. E. Clarke, 7/ “homsoever in my name as I do not hold | Near Oistins, Very Good Condition an?
JFARWOOD—In staan hein cae ] a 7 n. F, Hu ee ays CK ‘BROWNE Swan Street. Diai 2631 or 3029 myself responsible for anyone contracting; Location, Modern Conveniences, View of ht ome cee
Asay Gikesdtanee oe eared on Tha : 5 2n . . Mecedtaie 30.5.51—Tn a deen pon in my name unless ses ee Yard enclosed with Stone :
é 1 2 . ¢ eheainaeweneesivrineriiin_ Siesectalnstvnsenbonersty ary. —_—_————_—_—_——— aialeceia — | bY a written order signed by me about 5.600 sa. ft, Vacant. C Me for "7
passed to the great beyond on May PREMIER TOASTERS— just received 23.5.51—4n CARLISLE PAYN Large First Class City Stonewall Bh ’
mth 1948. : ie Jehn F. Hutson Ltd 29.5.51—2n Novi ‘a WANTED OE ona Te ness Premiags |.& Rendance, “Galvaniz«
Sleep on, dear father CE inimum charge week 72 cents and St. Geo re Roof, No Distance from Broad St., Larg
Your task is o’er; PREMIER KETTLES — Jurt received. “Applicati $6 cents Sund 2 Ords ee 30.5.8: : eorge oe ae ~d Party
= ‘ pplications for one vacant St. Philip's | ° 's undays 24 werds — over 24 1—2n Shed Gaivanize Roof and Partly E “
_usleep, John F. Hutson Ltd 29.5.51—2n | Vestry Exhibition tehie at pees words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a | ——-———————_-— ——— | closed, Very Good Condition, Moder
Fee {ues POUR PAE Mia aU Michael's Girls’ School, will be received | WoTd on Sundays THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AaricuL-| Conveniences: about 4.000 sa. ft ie
ee ape meee POULTRY by the undersigned not later than Satur- i TURAL BANK ACT, Ith | Yours for the Nearest Offer t3 22.500 | | OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM =
Sins cane sah clan rh day th June 1951. HELP TO THE CREDITORS ‘HoLpina | Mortgage if Required. A Cinch to Cline?
Ever to be. remembered by Mrs. Carlotta | CHICKS: R.O.P. White Leghorns, New Candidates must be daughters of | ——— cement SPECIALTY 11ENS AGAINST Grigg | oo Supe! SO Son Selene Sep eR: Due
Yearwood (Wife) Mrs. Marguerite | Hampshires, Rhode Islands, Plymouth perishioners in straitened circumstances, FOREMAN -- Apply Reliable Shirt | “a"™ PLANTATION, St. Andrew = | Constructed 4 Bedroom Stonewall Bung Vv os
Xearwood | (Wife), Mrs. Marguerite) cooks, White and Black Giants. $1.32 and must be over eight years and. less Peatory. ; wSinin | TAKE NOTICE that we ihe ‘Trustees | OW: G204 as New, Exclusive Residentis ‘ FR From Leaves Barbados
x “e cach 4 weeks old. From U.S.A. Gordon| than twelve years old on the 2ist July, | —————————. ¥ of the above Plantation are about rea, Curtilege and an Orehard to Ac es cael +UIST” ; 19 ee —>
children: 29:5.51—in | cach 4 weeks old. Fram U.S.A. Gordon 105" A CHAUFFEUR: Apply AJS Husbands, | obtain a loan of £3,000 under the pro. | Mite, Right of Way to Sea, about 4 mile “TRIBESMAN™ eaen ist ro 15th sane }
| iat) «i, es een eet Se eneted | Rees. Fy. ae ss | oa of the above acts gennat "thal a" GY Gowns teed aa Low, Paes | 8.8. “STRATEGIST”. London aih June ash June
i ation form, obtained from | —— beached apni Scan a ss antation, in respect of th af ° a © OPAC " at ‘
TAKE NOTICE MISCELLANEOUS the Parochial Treasurer’s Office GENERAL SERVANT: Apply: High-| gtieultural year 1951 to 1952 . "*]) Estate and Almost Anywhere, Bargain “FACTOR” Liverpool Early June Mid June ;
The entrance examinat will be held | field, Pine Hill, between 12 and 2. Mrs peat STANT kee te ee ae ne Die Bit e sree aise pe Glasgow & ;
. at the St. Michael's Girls’ School on | J. Connell ‘ ; the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the | Arranges ial 3 Py Ge Abreu iver ex 1
Th CRESS 1A oe arene sae copped: namely) Saturday t6ks crest bart Sr oe andl bpd 29.5.51—In| shove Act (as the case’ may’ bei in| “Olive Bough”, Hastings Liverpool Early June Mi June iH
at SOAP & EDIBLE PRODUCTS N which is no trouble to use- 3 ; A . ———————---—= | respect of such year 90.8.51--11 — + —— i foacensninepeteicic iedciniomtatmnecnclinill :
LIMITED, a company incorporated under | Just put it on—and you will see it keeps Clerk te her Vente MISCELLANEOUS Dated this 29th. "day of May 1951 me HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM i
the lnwa-of the Tsland of Jamated, Wasi ee ear Ate Wepiy,y o nes St. Philip 7). WAND 10 kane L. C. M. ARCHER, — * 1 , v F cl in Barbados
acturers, whose trade or business address s Lid. 30,5. 51—2n 30.5, 51—6: 2 EN et al Executor and Trustees: D ¢ | { ( \ essei or oses
8 soe at cee, Weert weingeton. Se ape erate ae rane = eee ee ieee eee ret es — deh hee ae apettinants B. H. V. OUTRAM Isp ay 0 yinastics i |
amaica, ritis: es ndies, has i am, ‘own ur oa . renta rite y 29.5.5 -3 * “ " rn ” " ~
for the registration es tikes ace in Modern and as good as new Half orig- NOTICE a Brodeur Ave. Apt. 2, Montreal, Sree eo Ben erty QUEEN'S COLLE C ike > : pe al ——— 1 Lt ay - }
Pert “A” of Register in respect of com- inal cost Phone—2405. 29.5.51—3n. Re Estate of uebec, Mrs, L, Rideau. aaah a dymnastics Diss 1 3.5. “HERDSMAN” verpoo $s! ay ae
mon soap detergents and all preparat:ons er - ee WILLIAM RUPERT St, CLAIR REDMAN | 26.5.51—8n, play w ak epeated at Queen's Colles :
for laundry purposes end also in respect “FL "removes stains and cleans —deceased —————-——-- ~-— * r . wed ne , ——— — ‘
of perfumaiy, including toilet amie | Toilet Bowls, and. is used in ihe same| NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all). a WANTED TO BUY. TAKE NOTICE ‘een Ae Gita Knee ny |
preparations for the teeth and hair and| Way as Harpic ice reduced to 42c.] persons having any debt or claim against SHARES; 500 Ordinary Shares in the Na eb ie. igs and ey ee a 7 rth “ vi
perfumed soap, and will be entitled to | tin, Obtainable at KNIGHTS tad ike Sl matate of Praia. Rupert St. Clair Eevee Co-operative Bank around $1.60, c Oo LLEEN s te aaa een ee chool's First or fu er information apply te --->
register the same after one month from { 20.5, 51—2n man, late of Hastings, Christ Church, rite P.O, Box 266 cr Phone 4796 That SOAP ace LD IIS DA COSTA & co. LTD, —Agents
the 29th day of May, 1951, unless some) So | 0 died in. this Island on the 9th day 29.5.51—2n hat SOAP & KDIBLE PRODUCTS ADMISSIC ae ‘2
ie son ahail’ ie the meantine give notice GALVANISED SHEETS—Best quality] of October, 1950, are hereby required to | —=———————________., SE IAMITED, a company incorporated under | Adulty 1 - ~ Children 6
in dupileate to me at my office of jnew sheets, Cheapest in the Island !] send particulars of their claims, duly LOST & FOUND fs laws of the Island of Jamaica, Manu 30,5. 51-2 -
epposition of such registration. The trade \e ft $5.04; 7 ft $5.88; 8 ft $6.72; 9 ft $7.56;) attested, to the undersigned, Cyo. Cottle, ae eke pen trade or business address eae St
mark can be seen on application at my {10 oS oar age oa Better hurry !{ Catford & Co, No. 17, High Street, at ee eee see se rng vee e e e Saree
cfice A. ES co., LTD. Bridgetown, Solicitors, on or before the a. : = est indies, has apple Ca ad N t l t eee
Dated this 25th day of May, 1951. 4.5.81—t.f-n. | Bist day of July, 1961, after which we Lost Sake ek ate ee La raitan: teehee TAKE NOTICE nadian atuiona eams Ss.
H. WILLIAMS, nme | Shull proceed to distribute the assets of SWE v. . S =a eeister in respect of com
Registrar of Trade Marks. LIPTON’S TEA: Fresh shipment of this] the Deceaséd among the parties entitled 2237 vice ta See _. Series Usjmon soap detergents and all preparations WN SOUTHBOUND Sails Arriv Sells
© Marks. | particularly popular Tea is now in the] thereto, having regard only. to ar eee ider please return same to Mrs, | for laundry purposes and also in respect D Saile Sells ‘ea oe
Scelesiedccadneaia a hands of (your grocer. Prices unchanged. | claims ‘of which we shall then have had|_ tiene Reaasten, Maxwell, Ok, son of perfumery, including toilet articles That SOAP & EDIBLE PRODUCT Mogwess, Rinse ne Peery M
- John F. Hutson, Ltd.—Agents notice, ahd that we will not be Hable for 5 51—In| preparations for the teeth and hair and| LIMITED, a company incorporated unde | LADY NELSON +e 14 May 17 May’ 19 May 27 May 27 May
Sa LFS ’ i t 4 5 re : re —— ————— | perfumed soap, and will be entitled & e laws o e Island of Jamaica, Manu CAN, CRUISER 17 May 20 May ee 29 May 30 May
29.5.51—2n | ¢} s 2 > P e entitled to] the laws of the Island of Jar '
the assets or any part thereof so dis LOST > , : . a ’ q Jun 8 June
Pbated Wb ke Serta. Se ances aut OS the following Tickets on the ]register the same after one month from | facturers, whose trade or business addres: CAN, CHALLENGER , 26 May 29 May 12 May ee i
f nd POOLE POTTERY—Just received in iniasetret ales : nse Geb\| Barbados Summer Meeting the 29th day of May, 1951, unless some Producer Road, West End, Kingston | LADY RODNEY ++ 5 June 6 June 11 June 20 June =. 2: June
; n or claim we shall not then have had A. 4663, A. 499% < ” 7 . z u om satne |e eroeucer eae. ve foe ELSO: 5 Jul 14 Jul, 15 July
Y Ss wall plaques in flying ducks, blue birds, ti by 3, 3, B.3702, B.4763, B.4767, | person shall in the meantime give notice | Jamaica, British West Indies, has applies | SADY N IN ++30 June 3 July uly iy
sea gulls ete., also ornaments, cigarette ares all persons indebted to the nial | B. 8322, B £324, C.4930, C.4936,)1n duplicate to me at my office of | for the registration of a trade mark ir | LADY RODNEY ++30 July 2 Aug. 4 Aug. 13 Aug. 14 Aug.
RAYMOND JORDAN boxes, jam dishes, butter dishes, ashtrays| Estate are requested to settle their in-| p arte A sore a 1483, F144, ¥. 1489, | cpposition of such registration, The trade | Part “A" of Register in respect of com eit itl all ne
‘ etc. Louis L. Bayley, Bolton Lane. debtedness without delay. FR aoua’ eae 2 ames tage -
26.5.51—6n. is ay of Ma 5 a 5 oe nak p “ted ny OFFICE, for laundry purposes god also in respect
Ask those who KNOW Deen eas Oe ere F.{1i65, GOI, G. 0164, 1.9863, 1.9068; ] Dated this 25th day of May, 1951 Of perfumery, including toilet articios | NO#THBOUND aeaeea, aetna ee, Fitba} eee sess
WALLABA POSTS-—Sizes 8, 10, 12. FRANK MESSERVEY PHILLIPS Winder please ret t H, WILLIAMS, preparations for the teeth and hair ond | ) any NELSON Sth June 10th June 20th June — 22nd June 28th June
Apply G. Mayhew. Dial 4334 or 2382. LINDSAY ERCIL RYEBURN GILL | cay ease Teturn to Barbados Tule Mealareey CET TASe HEAT k, | DereUmNeE SORDK BNE Wil BS. Rohe LADY RODNEY 1. 3 July 5 July 14 July = 16 July 9 July
eo é 26.5.51--4n Qualified Executors of the Will 51-- 29.5.51~-3n | register the same after one month fro: LADY NELSON 2.27 Juky 20 July 7 Ave 9 Aug. 12 Aug.
of the 29th day of May, 1951, unless som LADY RODNEY “96 a 28 Ault 6 Si ft 8 Sept. 1) Sept.
OR EN L We also have in stock KURBICURA William Rupert St, Clair Redman, OFFICIAL NOT person shall in the meantime give notice Ln ues a :
+ Veterinary product for the treatment deceased. in duplicate to me at my offer 6 A ‘
SOUVENIRS, CURIOS, of Thoropins, Curbs, Capped Hocks, 30,5.51—3n | BARBADOS, ICE cpposition of such registration. ‘The trad | N-B. ee aera ics pba ee aectcarniy cola ‘steele baci
JEWELS j icenlis, and Sprung Tendons in Horses - IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY mark can be seen on application at m . 3
land for Big Knees in Cattle. Price 5/- IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906, 1d reby re ioe office f-
New Shipment opened jbox. KNIGHTS LTD. 30.5.51—2n TAKE NOTICE persons having or claiming any estate, right’ or interest. ctmerilen a Pe puuenees Dated this 26th day of May, 105) '
$$$ in or affecting the property hereinafter c 7 I H. WILLIAMS, GARDINER AUSTIN & co LTD = A ents.
9 DIAL ibe property nafter mentioned (the property of the defendants) . 7 .
I HANI S We have in stock ATOMITE D.D.T. HYGEA to bring before me an account of their elaims with their witnesses, documents and Registrar of Trade Marks,
8466 , Insecticide, the Household Pest destroyer, vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday betwe the h 29.5 .51-—3r
= i ‘Ants, Cock- | _ That SOAP & EDIBLE PRODUCTS | 12 noon and 3 o'clock in the ’ » Re i nebween ihe hours of 45"
which Se ee ea tie mh ck. | LIMITED, #-company incorporated under} Bridgetown before th eee ectecrogD, « Registration Office, Public Buildings PPPOE.
roaches, Fleas, i. sd ts 7 a eer in order’ th : : DISORIENTATION TTT TET,
T to 1/3. KNIGHTS eta 5.51—3n fot laws of ane aes of saraaice, Sia eae aoe ranked according to. the fature and clos ehicest reaneeitvais ‘
HE LOYAL SGROTHERS OF ee MOUrers, WHhesS Wee ae Husnees alcewes se such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be 2 ’ :
, § is Producer Road, West End, Kingston, | deprived of all claims on or against the said property. 4 S I your A
Proudl ieee ae { EDUCATIONAL gameise, aritish West indiss, ae applied Plaintiff ; aetna HUPCHINGON BAYLEY, trustee of the will of George e ecting { PASSAGES TO EUROPE sie
rouadly reser eir - - - ‘or the registration of e trade mark in 1 iy" arren, deceased, ae
’ “Aes Rata ‘ Defend ¢ : F, 2 > . wn
fon, wosp deteogente sna. pil preparations anit GARET CADOGAN; BEATRICE LEWIS sar CLARA tEwi Contact Antilles Products, Limited, Roseau, Dominica, for ‘
s ents a a reparat.ons | p: pr. : JEWIS «a 4 4 Ss. a aili ie * :
19 BECKFORD & SMITH'S SCHOOL for laundry purposes and also in respect PROPERTY ARS AEST certain parcel of land (formerly part of Goodland plant- sailing to Europe fortnightly. The usual rts of cal art
® SPANISH TOWN, JAMAICA, BW. of perfumery, including toilet artcles aetna pate in the parish of Saint Michael and Island abovesaid Dublin, London, or Rotterdam. Single fare £70; usual
TWO ASSISTANT MASTERS: (1) A J preparations for the teeth and hair and perchen or Chetan bouts AIA Oi eke rae (oracle : reduction for children.
AT QUEENS PARK gaduate in English, with History orf perfumed soap, and will be entitied to the Weathury Cimetery on fon, on darids of Alexander Gibson on
oO Geography as subsidiary subjects. (2) Ayregister the same after one monty from private roadway or however of a place called Frolic and on a . . . s RSE ? :
ere graduate in Mathematics, with French] the 29th day of May 1951, unless some] Bill Gled 26th February, 1951. or however else the same is abutting PROM HERE IS RABY ein oe , fe RENT
THURSDAY 7th ov Latin as subsidiary’ subjects. To] person shall in the meantime give, notice | Dated 2nd May, 1951, pap S a Many Nice Things to enn ens nasatninane tna |
©: e st September 1951 rate » me hice f pict di “-
SATUR o 3 ae scale ur 20-500 i“ 25-550 ce “of caer roel Seateae, The trade H. WILLIAMS, 6599559909090 NOSSO LNT
URDAY Sth June p.a . plus marriage allowance £50 p.a.,] mark can be seen on application at my ee id NEW and renewed Bedsteads..in i a
4 vanes ding to | office, oe Mahogany, Birch, Pine, | Iran > , " J -
(and service allowancs cor o : ; Wardrot ; dé MH, f
orv: andwriting, a 's lay May, 1951. ~ Springs, Lathes, Wardrobes, @ ld ‘ :
| Sev evaing’ taitincantale 40k ps si aut ary sk 7 WILLIAMS, ; S Vanition Chests « of Drawers ‘ 7
The Secretary Registrar of Trade Marks | . . THE BARB Jashstands ahtchairs ci -
| ‘ z ADOS POLICE > TO HAND THIS WEEK
BECKFORD & SMITH'S SCHOOL, 29.5.51—3n TO-DAY’S NEWS
| Spanish Tow amai ! . f Sas allah
‘own, Jamaica, B.W.1T. | ——— — DINING, Kitchen, Faney Table 1aNT 1
: tama ANNUAL SPORTS peeing secre tameanee, ST CANADIAN ELECTRIC IRONS & TOAST
2 Waggons, Larders, Sideboards;
| HARRISON COLLEGE AND TAKE NOTICE inthe Year Book of the West er Waggone, | Lapdars, _ Bidebeatias é
UEEN’S COLLEGE Caribbean including the Bermu- " : Case; Ice Box; Rope Mats $1.08. _ ‘ ‘ED al 4 é
| QUEEN'S COLLE CAMEO Lirea ntl he et: IW xcesuNcroN ovat. {h|e East aietes int sheen rut, CENTRAL EMPORIUM |
i That SOAP & EDIBLE PRODUCTS Guianas._-$12,00 DRAWING ROOM FURNITURE . ;
| Removai of Office ‘of LIMITED, a company ineqrPorstad unger ; Cs = on in Morris, Bergere, Tub, Rus % Corner of Broad & Tudor Stre . 3 ;
- the laws of the Isiand of Jamaica, Manu- Pct q J ets :
Secretary-Treasurer facturers, whose trade or business Bes | FAB Th x epctleatione | THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1951 cecenepemaenton %
* is Producer Road, West End, Kingston, er of sek hy : nem at 3 _m,
| As from the Ist of June, 1951,} jamaica, British West Indies, has applied Kctislos “and depth het tones , x $$5566606
the office of the Secretary-| for the registration of a trade marie in Bing oe Diy PRICES OF ADMISSION: L N ee a og
7 - es art “A"’ o egister ir espec D ‘ ‘ ‘ Z
ace ki eaiaae aaa 4 aes i mon soap deterges's ond ail preparations JOHNSON’S STATIONERY ensington Stand: 4 ° ° > %
ef aoe ee a —_ “ etc S| for laundry purposes and also in respect « & HARDWARE Adults 1/6 , ‘
‘ollege wi e situated a €aY-} of perfumery, including toilet articces, Children 9d y ;
rison College (in the building yeeperslirns for ae tees ene ee ou George Challenor Stand: 1/- PRY TW. x 4 "
adioini 3 3 2s resi- rfumed soap, and wi ye entitled | = =. : % }
adjoining the Headmaster’s resi-| Porter the sania after ‘one month front Police Band in attendance. DIAL 4069 % } y ¥ i
dence). the 29th day of May, 1951, unless some FOR YOUR INSURANCE x 4 ‘
\ ' . ,| person shall in the meantime give notice NEEDS — CONSULT a ELLA PLL? ; 4
Fees for pupils, of either school} in duplicate to me at i ; hios ot ANDREW D. SHEPPARD
| will be received as follows:— eppSR en ot igs Seneca ST trade 2 Representing |
ee ma can. 5 a eee» Con! ion Life Association
| AT HARRISON COLLEGE: office. ; ; ! C/o F. B, ARMSTRONG LTD.,
on Mondays, Tuesdays and Dated this 25th day of May, 1951. LRIDGSTOW! 3ARBADOS.
| Wednesdays 9.00 a.m.—12 noon H. WIGHIAMS, | wet Tel. 2340 | EXT ;
| Fridays. 9.00 a.m.—12 noon 5.8130 | \ RAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING
Indian Chief Saturdays 9.00 a.m.—10.00 a.m. |
, ie all —_ +
249 AT QUEEN’S COLLEGE: ; ' ‘
Dazzlin Spectacular, Brilliant | ica
8B P ; F on Thursdays 9.00 a.m.—12 noon TAKE NOTICE | All Roads lead to...... i | eel
"i “ BELLEPLAINE PLAYING FIELD ); * 7 lh
THE CARNIV Al. BAND All cheques for fees ps respect CORONET | ‘On. THURSDAY, JUNE 7th ) TWENTY-SECOND QUINQUENNIAL :
of pupils of these schools must be] hat.SOAP & EDIBLE PRODUCTS | (Bank Holiday) | INVESTIGATIO y ;
“ini ; ae ate . : 1 * $ N AN IVISION OF ;
From Trinidad, drawn in favour of the “Treasurer, | LIMITED, a company incorporated under /)) A GRAND PICNIC & FAIR {| 8) New Convenience i ore PROFITS $
Gov Body, Harrison Col- the laws of the Island of Jamaica, Manu { | 3
Sway to the Rhythm of Trinidad’s rOverning | 00y, facturers, whose trade or business sddress | () ~— In Aid of - r (
. lege ‘Queen's | College. » ad, West End, Kingston, ST. ANDREW BABY CLINIC
Lee + & is Producer Road,
zeading Steel Band beaten by a 29,5.51—2n.| Jamaica, British West Indies, has applied { Dancing from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m | “
team of experts. oe “| Gor the registration of a trade mark in Four Entrance Prizes to be given he Cc . | ,
The 1951 Costume Champions Part “A” of Register in respect ot soit. ) STEEL BAND and LUC KY DIPS \ or ustomer ‘Ss | NOTICE is hereby gi h Ext dinar: 3
. “ . ppar lone : + 5
from the South will bring glam- |-44699G9CGG0GS999 99999 98* mon sap Geer ee Oe OTe reepect 1 Well stocked Bar—Hetreshments (\t . ee is hereby given that an xtraor inary
cur straight from the History for laundry purmmehiding toilet. articles, |e On sale iI, Genera! Meeting of the abovenamed Society will Sy
Books when staging the Execu- preparations for the teeth and hair and DON'T MISS IT FOLKS} be held at the Society’s Office, Beckwith Place,
and will be entitied to ADMISSION — 2/- ‘ 5 Af : : ¢
Bridgetown, at 2 o'clock p.m. on Wednesday, 30th

At 7.30 p.m. on 7th. June,
Queen’s Park will be transformed
into a family land of Song and
Colour.

Don’t Miss it.

ADMISSIO

Adults 1/6 Children 6d.
N.B.—All persons who have ob-
tained booths and stalls are asked
to have them erected not later
than June 4th so as to obtain
lights

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blemishes. Ordinary treatments give only
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the germ cause. The new discovery, Nixo-
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&$S troulle

FOR

OR ANY

OF

THE VALUABLE

FREEHOLD BUILDINGS
OCCUPYING

THE WHOLE OF ONE SIDE
OF

THE MARKET SQUARE
IN

ST. GEORGE, GRENADA.

‘FOR DETAILS Apply to:-

P.O. Box 6, St. George,
GRENADA.

ALL





<
ovrrFr ee %

1h iew of the island wide Wage

Increase, the above represents a splen-
¢id opportunity to any GO-AHEAD
businessman.

PSS |

office.
Dated this 25th day of May, 1951.
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marts
29.5.$.—3n0






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ARRIVED!

SOLD!

New Shipment of Gas
Cookers arrived, all

sold before arrival. ;
See them at Gas Showroom
before delivery and

Book your order TO-DAY
for next shipment.

HARRIET
CRAIG

A exciting

‘woman,

strange and

at war with
everything and everyone

who stood in her way.



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COLLECTIONS : You are invited to use our High
Street entrance, where we can now give you
speedier service with a minimum of waiting.

For Sale or Lease

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payments.

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OF CANADA

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Handsome, <-storey stone
property with shingle roof
and pine floors. Contains 2
reception, dining room, 4
bedrooms, 3 baths and toi-
lets. Extensively remodelled.
Walled grounds of about
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residence suitable for Doc-
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Johe MM. Biadon |

REAL ESTATE AGENT















| S. H,. Dalgliesh, Manager.








Ae ASSETS EXCEED $2,497,000,900
PLANTATIONS BUILDING
Phone 4640
















Report on the working of the Society for
the five years ended 31st December, 1950.




POF

2. Declaring the rate of Compound Rever- i 8
sionary Bonus to be apportioned to the %. 8
Policies entitled thereto. nea

3. Declaring the rate of Interim Bonus fot M
the period 1st January, 1951 to 3lst Decem- q
ber, 1955. i,

. ‘ ‘ j
4. Considering recommendation of the Board—

of Directors that a sum not exceeding
£2,500 be granted as a gratuity to the
Staff of the Society. i

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_ Copies of the Actuary’s Report may be obs
tained on application at the Society’s Office on or
about 2ist instant. é



LPP PPP PPL LLLP

+ Ls }
By order of the Directors, - i
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% Cc. K. BROWNE, bs
% Secretary. SE
5 Beckwith Place,
, Bridgetown,
: 13th May, 1951.
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PAGE EIGHT



SPARTAN HOLD JA



Governor Presents

Football

Trophies

“THE JAMAICA football team concluded their tour
with a match against Spartan which ended in a three-all

draw at Kensington Oval yesterday afternoon.

The large

‘crowd that attended saw Spartan, this year’s winners of the
First- Division, bring honours even with three second half

goals,

The Governor attended the match and at

presented B.A.F.A. trophies

the end
to Spartan, Harrison College

and Notre Dame, First, Second and Third Division winners

respectively.
Major A. R. Foster Presiden
of the B.A.F.A., before the

presentation, said that the Associa-
tion was grateful to the Governor
and Lady Savage for the keen
interest they had taken in the
tour. He also thanked the
Governor for presenting the
trophies.

He said that the visit of the
Jamaica football team was a new
éra created in the history of local
foctball. It was the first time that
a team from that colony had
visited these shores and they must

thank Mr. O. S. Coppin, Hon,
Secretary of the B.A.F.A., » ho,
through his efforts, made th» (pur

possible. He said that Mr. Coppin
was the happy medium through
which the sporting public could ge
to know each other better.

To the Jamaica team Ma pr
Foster said; “Gentlemen ot
Jamaica, by your sportsmanship,
you have made us feel that sot
only have you appreciated our
company but that we have mad» a
lastinig friendship.”

He regret.ed



NEVILLE MEDFORD, Spartan
skipper, receiviny, tue First Di-
vision Cup from the Governor
(right).

their stay was such a short one but
hoped they had enjoyed it.

He said that unfortunately they
had many injuries but in spite of
mishaps they played really good
football. They fought back gal-
Jantly and although they lost the
Rtibber their ball control and posi-
tional play was above that of their
opponents. Having regards to

oOdwill, etc. he can truly say that
the tour was a success,



» Major Foster next congratulated
@ local champions of the three
visions. With special reference
to Notre Dame, he said that that
team had joined the Third Divis-
‘on in 1949. They headed that
geicn and was promoted to the
ond in 1950. Again Notre Dame
Were victorious and this year they
played in the First Division and
nearly won that trophy.

“Mr. Alty Sasso, Manager of the
Jamaica team, on behalf of the
Kingston Cricket Club, thanked
the B.A.F.A. “for arranging such
an enjoyable tour.”

He said that their stay in the
island would not be easily forgot-
ten. The hospitality shown in
Barbados will remain forever with
them. The good sportsmanship
for which the West Indies was
noted, was upheld by Barbados.
Even though the rivalry was keen
at no time did it lack goodwill.
He hoped that the time was not
far off when a West Indian foot-
ball Association would be formed,
Based along the lines of the West
Indies Cricket Board of Control.
When this was done coaches cov id
be brought from other parts of tie
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ard of West Indian football,
He congratulated the Barbados
football team for their splendid
and well earned victory and hoped
that in the near future they would
be able to imvite a team from
Barbados to play against Jamaica
The Governor said that the
Jamaica team was appreciated
very much. He wished them
“God Speed” on their return to
Jamaica and “Good Football.” He
then called for three cheers for
the visitors. ”

The Game
In the game between Spartan
and the visitors Miret at centre
forward for Jamaica, scored two
goals. The other goal was sent ii
by Cooper, their regular goalic,
who was playing at inside right.

For Spartan the goals were
scored by Gittens, left half,
Griffith, right winger and Boyce

left winger.

Spartan, who were only abie
to field ten men at the beginning
of the game, took the touch Joff.
Jamaica defended the northern
goal, Their regular goalie Cooper
played at inside right while Foote,
the youngster of the team, was
between the posts.

When the game was only a few

minutes old the visitors opened
their score. Miret, their centre

forward, received a short pass
from Cooper. He beat Cozier, the

Spartan custodian, with a light
tap into the right corner of the
nets,

Inspired by their opener, the

Jamaica team went into the al-
tesyk. The game, which started a
bit slow, brightened. Soon after
Miret received a through pass
from Skipper Miller at centre
half. He took a one time shot but
the ball travelled inches outside
the left post.

Heron on the left wing fo:
Jamaica bore down on the Spar-
tan goal area and centred beau-

tifully, Miret headed goalwards
but the ball went over the cross
bar.

Spartan had a good opportuni-
ty to equalise when Cammie
Smith, their centre forward, took
a hard shot which struck ful)
back Excel and rebounded to right
winger Chase, Chase had _ only
Foote to beat but punched the
ball wide of the goal.

At this stage Spartan got their
other player Paul Tudor came on
to the field and went to centre
forward position for the Park
team. Parchment, the Jamaica
left half, was injured and taken
off the field.

Jamaica got their second goal
shortly afterwards, Miret passed
to Cooper but Medford, left full
back for Spartan, intercepted and
collected the ball, He passed back
to Cozier who failed to gather.
Cooper then tapped the ball inte
the open goal. At half time the
visitors were still two goals in the
lead. ia wie

Miret scored the third goal for
Jamaica after receiving a lon#
pass from McLean. With only
Cozier to beat, he shot hard inte
the left corner of the nets.

Spartan then got their first goal,
Gittens, their left half, took 4
long shot which passed over th:
head of Foote and into the nets

Following this goal the pace o}
the game _ increased. Samuel!
Griffith on the right wing for
Spartan in place of Chase, score:
the second goal. He received a
pass from Ishmael and took a lob
at the goal. The ball again
travelled over Foote’s head and
into the nets.

Spartan nearly equalised when
Tudor centred from inside right
position. Boyce, the Spartan left
winger, headed goalwards but th®
ball struck one of the Jamaican
backs and went out of play. A
corner was taken but nothing re-
sulted, Cooper now changed
places in goal with Foote whe
played at centreforward,

A few seconds before
Hoyos blew off Spartan
the equaliser. It was a_ beauti-
ful shot by Boyce, into the left
corner of the nets, completely
beating Cooper

The teams were follows:

Jsmaica: Foote, McLean, Excel,
Narcisse, Miller, Parchment, Hall,
Cooper, Miret, Berry and Heron.

Spartan: Cozier, Bowen, Med-
ford, Cacogan, Gittens, Ishmael,

Zoyee, Tudor, Griffith, Smith
and Chase.

Referee
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Government

The House of Assembly yester-
day passed u resolution to approve
the Order made by the Governor-
in-Executive Committee on May
3, 1951, under the provisions of
section 4 of the Special Registra-

tion of Voters (General Assem-
bly) Act, 1951.
Dr. Cummins (L) who took

charge of the resolution, explain-
ed that there were no changes in
the main facts of the resolution,
but only a matter of a few changes
in names.

Mr. Wilkinson (E) said that it
was impossible when making a big
change to avoid errors and omis-
sions, and no doubt the Order
which was then passing was to
correct some of those errors.

He had heard many complaints
from people in different districts
that they had not received their
papers to fill out. Others who
had received them complained
that they had not seen the dis-

trict registering officer again to
hand them in.

He hoped that the Govern-
ment would instruct the district

registering officers to get in all
the returns possible in the next
few days.

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AICA TO 3—3 DRAW

Asked To Give More Time

appeared to him that the tack
ot insufficient information from
the beginning of the scheme

would have meant that the Gov-~

ernment would have to extend
the time.

There were some people wh
had not yet got in touch with
the registering officer through
they having to go out to their
work. ‘Anything that is worth
while, is orth while going af-

ter’, he said.



it was drawn to his notice
very stupid advertisement which
appeared in the local press. Tha
advertisement stated that if one
did not then register, he would
find himself in the position of not
being able to vote.

“It is not true”, he said. If one
were not registered cn Form “A”,
there was no person that could
prevent him from registering on
Form “B”.

He was throwing out a sugges-
tion to the Government to extend
the pericd for registering on Form
“A” to another 15 days. There
was no hard and fast rule, he said,
which said that the peried for
registering on Form “A” must
close by the end of May. } felt

le

The Derby Will be Run Today

There are 44 final acceptances
for the Derby which will be
worth £22,925 and will be the
richest in the history of the race.

It will also be the most valuable
classic race ever decided in Great
Britain, The value to the winner
will be £19,486 5s. 0d. The race
is tc be run at Epsom to-day
cver the traditional mile-and-a-
half course.

Acceptances. are:—
611 ANAMNESTES, b c, by Nasrullal

-—-Anne of Essex (Mr. P. Bull) (Cc. F
Elsey) E, Britt

1 ARCOT, b c, by Nearco Vestal
Virgin (Mrs. MW, Glenister) (G, Colling!
E. C. Elliott

0 ARCTIC PRINCE, br c, by Prince
Chevalier Arctic Sun Mr, J, McGrath!
W. Stephenson: C. Spares

01 ARDENT HOPE, b c, by Ardan-
Pobolink (Miss D. Paget) (Houghton!
G. Richards

BARNA REMEDY, br c, by Laborde

—Rose Tremiere (Lord Howard de
Walden) (J. A. Weugh?.
323 BOKARA, b_ c, by
Grangemore (Lord Glentaran)

T. Masterson

03 BRUMFIELD, b c, by
Gleanings (Maj. J H.
Easterby)

%3 CLARE HILL, br ec, by Arctic Star
Roisin (Mr. J. McGrath) (Ireland)
J, Eddery.

10 CLAUDIUS, ch c, by Caracall I-
The Golde Girl (Mrs. W. Bryant)
(R. H, Warden) - D, Page.

Nasrullah
Ireland)

Brumeux
Paine? Ww

111 CROCODILE, b c, by Devonian
Queen of the Nile (Mr. J O'Bing)
(Persse) -— IN. Sellwood,

001 EXPEDITIOUS, ch c, by Hyperio:
~-Why Hurry (Mr. J, V- Rank? (N
Cannon) A, Breasley

FAST ANCHOR, ch c, by Precipita-

tion—Overbourd (Sir H. Gray) (Ireland)

002 FAUX PAS, br ¢, by Mieuxce-
Rose Bertin (Mrs. R. Foster) (J. Law-
son) D. L, Jones,

3 FRAISE DU BOIS If, b c, by Bois
Roussel—Sugar Hills (The Aga Khan)
(H. Wragg) —- C. Smirke,

1 KI MING, br c, by
Ulster Lily + (Mr, Leyon)
1. Gosling.

20 KING CARDINAL, b c, by Persian
Gulf—Carnation (Mr. H. J, Joel) tJ,
Watts)—E, Smith.

LE TYROL, b c,

Ballyozan
iM, Beary!

by Verso IL—Princesse

—Loinfaine 11 (Mr, B, Strassburgher!
(France) —W, Snaith,

LE VENT, br c, by Mistral—East
Angelia (Mme. Lb. Volterra) (France)
R, Poincelet,

1 MALEKZADEH, bc, by Umiddad
Tophana (The Aga Khan) (M, Marsh)
010 MALKA’'S BOY, b c, by Nasrullah

‘Killie Crankie (Mr H, EB Elvin}
(Nightingall) — W. Cook,

24 MEDWAY, ch. c, by Orthodox-
Millstream (Mr, P. Bartholomew) (Win-
ter)-—-D, Smith

MYSTERY IX, b ec, by Tehran—Mis-
tress Ford (Mme. V. Esmond) (France)

-F. Palme’.
023 NEROIN, b c, by Nearco—Loves
Legend (Begum Aga Khan} (H, Wragg)
611 NORTH CAROLINA, be, hy

Kingsway—Kitty Hawk (Mrs, 1, F. C

Bryce) (Boyd-Roehfort},

£10 NOURREDDIN, br c, by Tehran—
Precocity (Mr. W. F, Phillips) (A
Waugh)-—T. Lowrey

NYANGAL, b ec, by Djebel—Sansa
(M. M. Boussac ‘France)—W. R, Jobn-
stone

14 PARADISE STREET, ch ¢, by Wat-
ling Street Heaveniy Wind (Lord
Allendale) Flsey) Littlewood

114 FART DU LYON, g ¢, by Cou
du Lyon—Aftermath (Mr. D, W. Molins
iW, Nightingall) T. Haweroft,

0 PRINCE D'OUTLLY, bi ¢, by Gun
dumar—Reine d’Ouilly (M. F. Dupre)
(Warden)

344 QUICK RETURN, ch f, by Pre-
cipitation-——-Duleamara (Mrs, G. Kohn
(Sneya)

What's on Today

Police Courts — 10.00 a.m.
Court of Appeal—10.00 a.m.
Meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce — 2.00 p.in.
Mobile Cinema gives show

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RAINCHECK, b ec, by Tourbi.lion-
Menge-Monnaie (Mr. F. TT. Williams)
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201 TITIAN, b c, by Nearco-
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by Borealis

Red

203 TURCO I, b ec, by Fighting Fox
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032 TURKS RELIANCE, ch c, by
Turkhan—Some Anxiety (Mr. F. Wright!
iR. A, Jones)—J. Sime,

311 WATERINGBURY, bi c¢, by Blue
Feter—Borobella (Major L. B Holliday)
(G. Brooke)—S. Clayton.

24 WOODCOTE INN, ch _c,
Inn—British Rose «(Mrs, F. C. W New

man) (W. Nightingall).

41 ZUCCHERO, br_c.. by Nasrullah—
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i MODERN HIGH WINS

Modern High School defeated

Harrison College 40—15 in their
This

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the officers should have more time.

He was appealing to the Gov-
ernment to see that every oppor-)
tunity was given the people to
register.

“Having read the act, nobody!
can stop me from registering!
whom I want to register on Form
B,” he said. “Please correct tha‘
mistake.”

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the registration of voters was nou
going on as easily as was expect.|
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errors.

He suggested that the “Mobile
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have been pressed into service to}
propagate the scheme in_ the!

country diSstricts. “The scheme
needed more propaganda,” he
said. “Too many people are un-

willing to become registered.”
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extended to 15 or 30 days to be
sure that, through their short-
sightedness, people were not pre-
vented from exercising the vote.

Sports Window

FRIENDLY FOOTBALL
This afternoon at St. Leonard's
pasture, Richmond Gap, Rangers
will play against Westerners "A",
This is a replay. The referee will
be Mr. O. Graham
BASKETBALL (Second Division)
Lynch's Secondary School vs.
Modern High School at Modern
High School, Roebuck Street.
Barbados Regiment vs. Pirates
at Harrison College. Play in both
of these matches will begin at

Grenada Wins

GRENADA, May 29

Grenada won all three opening
games in the Windwards tourna-
ment this afternoon. Laurie Com-
missiong and Mrs. F. C. Hughes
beat Lee Wescott and Mrs. Robert
Hail 6—1, 6—1; Mrs. C. E. Hughes
beat Mrs. Olive Jardim 6—3,
6—3; Roy Hughes and Leonard
Hughes beat Edward Martin and

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



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



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



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