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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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ESTABLISHED 1895







Memorandum Will Be
Sent To Select Co’ttee

_THE ST. THOMAS VESTRY yesterday adopted a
majority Report of a Committee rejecting the Local Gov-
ernment Bill, and recommending certain amendments to
the Vestries Act. A memorandum will be sent from the
Vestry to the Select Committee of the House which is
studying the Bill.

A four-man Committee of the Vestry had been appoint-
ed'to examine the Bill, and after meeting on two occasions,
submitted a majority Report signed by three members of
the committee and another signed by the other member.

Signatories to the majority Report were : Mr. K. Sandi-
ford, Mr. S. A. Walcott and Mr. W. T. Gooding. Mr. C.
Collins, the other member of the committee, who signed
the minority Report which was rejected, favours the Local
Government Bill but expressed disagreement with certain
sections,

The Vestry’s Memorandum to
the Select Committee of the House
will be to the effect that the Ves-
try are in favour of retaining the
Vestry System with amendments
to the Vestries Act.

_ The general comment expressed
in the majority report are that
the Vestry are of the opinion that
no advantage would be gained by
replacing the Vestry system by
the proposed form of Local
Government, because the proposed
change, in their opinion, would
work les efficiently and the cost

Two Children Die
After Accident

Roy Rogers (6) and Charles
Rogers (4) two brothers who were
involved in an accident with the
motor car M-691 on Prospect Road,
St. James, on Sunday, died at the
the General Hospital yesterday
between 5 and 7 p.m.

The boys’ eight-year-ola sister

Rita Rogers who wag. also

of administration would be|inyolved in the accident is in a
greater, critical condition at the hospital
Central Control The car is owned by Herbert

* The Majority Report states that|Husbands of Lower Westbury

| “on examining the Bill closely,
it is obvious that the reason for
replacing the Vestry- system by
the proposed form of Local Gov-
j ernment is to place more control
over local affairs in the hands of
the Governor and the Governor-
in-Executive Committee.

They are in favour of retaining
the Vestries with amendments to
the Vestries Act, and go on to
state that “with amendments to
the Vestries Act, and working in
conjunction with the proposed
Public Health Act, the present
system would be much more
efficient than dividing the Island
into large areas administered by

Road, and at the time of the acci-~
dent was driven by Harold Had-
dock of Westbury Road.



various Committees, appointed by
Coun .who would be controlled
to a 1 extent by the

Central Gov ent.

Although the Councils would be
elected bodies, they would be
elected by a majority who neither ;
contribute anything towards the
revenue of the district, by way of
taxation, or bear any responsi-
bility in respect to the expendi-
ture of the revenue.”

Dealing with the Bill in detail,
the signatories to the Majority
Report state that they are not in
favour of dividing the Island into
3 areas for the reasons stated in
the general comments and ob-
servations, and recommend that
the parochial boundaries remain
@s they are. They are however
in favour of a municipality of the
City of Bridgetown, but not the!
proposed boundaries. |

Parochial Tax
They express the view that
“anyone having the right to elect

Â¥ a member of the Vestry should!
pay some parochial. tex,” and|

af suggest the Vestry Act iyv11-5 sec.
aa 14 “be. amended so that the|
e qualification for an elector be a

British Subject of full age, not
Subject to any legal incapacity to



for purpose of trade tax, does not

SECOND PRIZE







Farnum Fer
Finland Furd

July is fast approaching,
but the Fund to defray the ex
penses of ace cyclist Ken Far-
num to the.Olympic Games in
Helsinki in July has not even
reached the half-way mark.

Donations are accepted at
the Royal Bank of Canada,
Barclay’s Bank, and the office
ot the Advocate.

Goal $2,880 00

Amt. Prev. Ack. - $1,004.24
BE. Proctor 4.00

Total $1,009. 24



Avecident Victins In

pital Show that the condition

-\ Critical Condition

Reports from the General Hos-

c

48-year-old James Searles an ex-
he
e\

policeman who was taken to t
General Hospital and detain
after he was involved in an acc
dent on Black Rock, St. Miche

xe

with a motor car on Sunday night

is still very critical

At the ume of the

incide

Searles was going in the direction

of St. James,

vestigations showed that the nun
ber of the car was X-1275 own¢

1

The car, he told the ;
Police. did not stop and later in-|and Queen's College each recei

by Charles Ward of Dayrells Road,

Christ Church and drivén by Ed-| very nice tableau,
Win Clarke of Codrington Hill, S\.'to the point

Michael,



stock were very original 1

At Empire

ey

St. Thomas Vestry Reject Maude Bill:
Propose Changes In Vestries Act

Pr

ject scheme was to illustra-e-the following theme: “You are

offered a two acre plot of

te

cattle and/or stock vou

ve
t

ly

COMBERMERE SCHOOLS’ project of “A Model Farm at Seawell” brought Second Prize in the Junior
Division at the Empire Week Exhibition for Schools.



TUESD. @, MAY 20, 1952





Carrington Village Girls’
First In Junior Division
Week Exhibition

o

Carri Vi
ize in

being

ton ‘chool was awarded First
it the Empire Week Exhibition
sere Scoool Hall.

under 14 years of age) the pro-



the Junior: Divisi
held at Combe
Th the Junior Division *

ie of a large

Barbadian family. Your father has been
round at Seawell and has accep-
idinys and holding showing crops,
uld raise to make the most of

d. Do a model of the bu

uur holding”.
vingion’s Village Girls’ p wing to deseribe every itcm
V ry cl qt 1 project

oropriate The § were On the whole, there was a creat
nedelled The models of the neount of imprevement in the

Division and the number of










' India 169 Runs
Behind M.C.C.

(From Our Own Correspondent)
| LONDON, May 19

BAD LIGHT brought about an early close to the second
day's play in the match between the M.C.C. and Indian
tourists at Lord's, When stumps were drawn, the Indians
had scored 214 for 8 in reply to the M.C.C, total of 383 for
& declared. They were indebted to Roy and Mantri who
put on 101 for the first wicket before both fell to Malcolm

vote, and paying parochial taxes
in the Parish for which he would
be entitled to vote. They suggest
further that the Vestries Act be



amended “so that the present
qualifications be reduced by half,”
and observe “that as advocated
in Section 51 (3) of the Local
Government Bill, Local Govern-
ment Officers will lose the pro-
tection they now enjoy under the
Security of Tenure Act, and will
therefore be at the merey of the
whims and fancies of the council.”
Such treatment they consider
unfair and unjust, and point out
that “it compares very unfavour-
ably with the present conditions
under the Vestry system.
Dealing with Part VI of the
Local Government Bill, the majori-
ty of the Committee of the Vestry
state, “we consider that the rate
should be a uniform amount per
dollar on the rental value of prop-
erty, but that all land in the Par-
ish should be rated at the same
value per acre,’ and continue “we
could never be in favour of sec-
tion 59 (1) of the Local Govern-
ment Bill, as it would be a danger-
eus and unfair piece of legislation.”

Not Both

While agreeing that a chattel
hcuse, the annual value of which
does not exceed $50.00 and is oc-
cupied by the owner thereof
should be exempted for the liabiJi-
t ty of rates, and recommending
an amendment to the Vestries Act
to this effect; they state that “we
ere not in favour of a chattel
house and land on which it is
erected be deemed to be separate
hereditaments, and that the owner

or the house, but not on both.

They express disagreemeiut with
section 86 (2) of the Bill, and state
that they consider that the Vestries
Act 1911—5 Section 53 (7) (a) “is

charge more than 50% of the aver-
age net profit of such business or
tenantry to management.” They
consider ‘that the allowance al-
lowed to be charged to any one
proprietor of a business should be
increased from £600 (as in the
Vestries Act) to $5,000 as recom-
mended in the Bill and recommend
that the Vestries Act be amended
to that affect.”









petson, whose assessable income





They are not in favour of any|have

exceed $1,000, be exempted from
that tax, and recommended that
‘the Vestries Act 1911—5 Sec. 53
(2) (d) be amended by substitut-
ing £10 for £5,

They state that “it appears to
us that the Councils would have
power to extract taxes from the
rate payers for whatever purpcse
they may desire, although the
members of that Council may not
be paying taxes. ®

They consider that tne Churches
end Church Officers are the com-
mitments, of the Vestries and
should be financed by the Councils
according to their requiremenjs,
and not left to exist on grants
made to the Diocesan Synod, de-
pendifig on the whims and fancies
of .the Governor-in-Executive
Committee.

Mr. Collins in his minority re-
port states “I am of opinion that
the Local Governments, as pro-
poced in the Local Government
Bill, would be an improvement on
the Vestry System,” but he points
out that “I do not agree with all
the sections of the Bill, bu! agree
with it in principle

He favours the division of the
island into six areas instead of 3,
with a municipality of the City of
Bridgetown, but not the bounda-
ries of the Municipality.

He suggest that the island be
divided into the following areas:
St. Lucy and St. Peter; St. Jarges
and St. Thomas; St. Andrew and
St. Joseph; St. John and St.
George, St. Philip and the whole
of Christ Church.

In most other respects he agrees
with the views expressed on the

should be taxed on either the land| details of the bil



Communist

Denial A Lie

MUNSAN, Korea, May 19.
The top United Nations truce
negotiator on Monday described
as an out and out lie a communist
denial that the Reds had agreed

correct whereby proprietors of all|
businesses are not allowed to}

te allied screening of captured
communists Vice Admiral C.
Turner Joy, senior U.N. delegate,
told the Reds “had the results
been to your liking you would
enthusiasticall) welcomed
the product { reenir cP)
















Parachutists
Hold Hostages
In Jungle

Turner Joy |
To Go Home |

TOKYO, May 19. |
Vice-Admiral Charles Turne
Joy leader of the U.N, delegation)
at the Korean truce talks is to}
return home to the United meen

next month to become Superin-

MIAMI, Florida, May 19
Grim drama was being enacted
Brazil ngles

where I



deep. in



tendent of the Naval Academy at} Mc nday

Annapolis Maryland, civilian aviation invé
Major General William K.ja Brazilian air fore:

Harrison Deputy commander Uni-|to win freedom



ted States 8th Army and member) group of parachut





of the truce delegation sinod| Gordon Benne chief a¢ "

January will take over leadership; the Miami International District
of the delegation from May 23.) Office of the C.A.A.,. said 30q¢
Admiral Joy’s successor as Com-j more armed i ts wer
mander Naval forces Far East] holding Scott A. CAA
will be Vice Admiral R. O. Briscoe] @Viation safety advisor from Mi-
Commander of the U.S. Seventh}#â„¢i, and Major Miranda â„¢@erre

of the Brazilian Air Force

Fleet.

“for practical purposes” his job
as chief negotiator was done after













} : 7 ij(rain), Somerset 115, Shac)
ese ropa were put torwara] How Much Does (esr. “One waster out frst |tom ‘nye fort Kent, Clam
o | oe . r ae gan, Kent 408 and eighteen
There was nothing left to: Gomes Know Barker got five wekets for 11 icne, Glamorgan 244, G. Smi
negotiate except for the actual Py eed Rudder 4 for 12, and Taylor five for 64
time of sighing, but it appears, From Our Own Cc t Fr.) at J - | orth nts vs. Middlesex. Mir
: ' 4 7 zt PORT-OF-SPAIN 19. all of wickets; — 1 for 5, 2 for 5, rf f = poly
that ea ate TACT eee Trinidadians a all _¢,| 3 for 12. 4 for 13, 5 for 19, 6 for | dlesex 278, Northants 294 for
ested in talking than in signing bes te en "| 22, 7 for 31, 8 for 31, 9 for 31, 10|Barrick 130 not out (rain.)
the spokesman added. vis: Sema Bow: cATneet ennae citi maree, ae ....| Notts vs. Essex, Notts 268 and
—U.P. rae Me T ae de a i| Empire were leading with 102/95 for one, Essex 227
RY ne ' ae ee : »-|runs as skipper Robinson and/ Surrey vs. Su x, Sussex 365
Y : ; ; ; , Hune opened the second innings for nine declared (Lock fi
Court Recessed Commur a , ) which lasted one hour, six minutes 93) and at tor none "s imrey 432
J 5 i when an appeal for light was |\¢,. we Jeclared, Fletcher 116
° T Gor ted th ‘ ic ia for seven declare Fletcher
R 1 | own wy Mentsitin tent | Setanta tor. | granted The score was 30 for) ponctable 7
ul = Not Ku A ee ts ; ee . | two wickets. Hunte caught Gore "Aine ore seit) Whawurinke:
WASHINGTON. May 19 rep nae ae batcngt x “t..| bowled Anthonyson 20, Robinson |. i?" o¢ BELOIT dae
United States Supreme nurt +o oa lama run out 4, Taylor 3 not out, Nor- lan ’ a 245. i, . as Ht
day recessed until next Monday to j ville not out 0. Extras 3. as a
without announcing a decision on | ment ork The first Test match ends to-|lies six for 55
resi T ; : co *| motrow erences
President Truman’s seizure of |truct | . _ winner .
steel mills. There was no indica- T ili “All FIRST WEST INDIAN
tion when the court would make: Gon erm, latent aie TO BE ADMINISTRATOR
its decision known. ; for The Chairman of the Sanitary ba Iti ns el f :
The nation’s highest tribunal sp L a m| Commissioners of St. Thomas will| KINGSTON, Jamaica, May !
has been considering for six d: ense of al l~| be paid a travelling allowance of Henry L, Lin Jamaican prin-
the const onal issue on whether Ce 8.00 per ontt h retroactive ‘ l tant ecret
Truman eded his px ect f the 2 of March la
‘ Auet ¢ Other members of the Boa
> te t { ve r i at the rate of 1( per t W
UP c

mnt





Hilton of Lancashire who had come in as last minute sub
stitute for Jenkins of Worcestershire.
seiidaetnetogtt Metis eer ee es

1, Roy showed a delightful rang:
J -
Sports Window

of strokes in seoring 62
» ving Simpson a catch at mick







YACP.0. will play MO.0R. |\Halleys catch to dintiles Mant
and Carlton—Pirates in two wag the highlight of the
First Division games of Basket Flinging himself sideway
ball tonight at Y.M.P.C. Play | took at full stretch with his 1
starts at 7.30 p.m. jhand a ball travelling wide

These two matches were }him and low, Mantri had sco
originally scheduled to have led 37,
been played on Saturday night Brightest cricket of the
the 10th, but were postponed. | was at the Oval where Suri

Each team is comparatively hit up 448 for seven declat
strong and the matches should against Sussex. Fletcher
be interesting. r.ade 116 led the way with

ye Bedser in a first wicket partn:
- ‘ o * a whip of 162 in just over
Enzpire 135, 20—2 |hours.
| Sussex bowling was far f

hostile and the late Surrey b:

Antigua 33 imen hit powerfully.

| Yorkshire beat Worcestersh

A U.N. Spokesman at Munsan ee sain they were being usedy, ANTIGUA, May 19 by an innings and 73 runs, Yo
said today that Admiral Joy had} /'* ‘eporent a eee ib fal) Heavy rains this morning caused |Shire 399, Worcestershire |
asked to be relieved as senior - aie # ik ‘lis a aie et “i “| the wicket to be unfit for play until! (Truman seven for 46) and
truce delegate to take up his new} ," landin op aah ars = Poa P=" 3.50 p.m, 3 Wardle 6 for 75.
appointment if the Communists the rit mehieta® "Pi oe ) ror) In 42 minutes Antigua’s inning Close of play scores De
did not accept within two weeks World Roe ‘i a4 oon “1 was closed with 13 runs added to | vs. Leicester, Derby 225 and
the Allies final compromise pro-} "OU" killing a oe . es | the overnight score. The total was|for five, Leicester 178, Glas
posals for armistice put forward] Pri! 29 killing 50 persons.— on April 28. The Admiral felt that figures. Two batsmen made five Hants vs. Somerset, Hant

runs and two made four each, one | for nine declared and 136 {
| made two runs and four made one















>i t CARRINGTON VILLAGE GIRLS’ SCHOOL carried off First Prize in the Junior Division at the Empire
Second Prize went to Comber-, entries was well over last year'd Week Bxhibition, The Exhibition opens today.
mere School. Combermere pic-| Posters 3 El atk nia sipibliiiessaeched ec eee nami
sented a realistic setting such as! Queen's Coll rr ee bia “"
: s Jueen’s College carried off First
background with clouds. It was} ps 1, ; i e > e Cc
[the only school which did not vse} Sreieat atlas of anetent Ageaea mit ers i ‘ te { & a
ly a a oa A se it rtiful group of posters, Second a a q ? a n
the Square plot. It presented a] p went ~ Girls’ Foundation in i is cery
| plot in the shape of the are of a} =, { Third Prize to Alex+ ® ‘ © s
cirele eee x
oe : School. n | h a
Girls’ Foundation School wa ye Alexandra School's posters Joi S e ul ourne
Laer the Third Prize, Their e especially impressive. Thib
|praject was also well | d@ne is â„¢M vy aue trone colours e ia ast: said oS inh
| Fourth Prize went to Bay Stt: et| jp: P Oo 1¢ce THE CHANCERY SUT in which the funds and man-
| Boys oe for a well laid outl” Consolation Prizes went to Come e : agement of Colleton, Trent, Lascelles, Mt. Prospect and
project. | : = ak . 7 3 7 :
. , ‘ | bermere ts ay Stree 3 é § ; ras vg afore € f
St. Mark’s Boys’, Boscobel Bey one ey nee Dee pi Mikes Ope ay (87 rn eee aa Four Hills are in dispute, was heard before the ¢ f
vod}. eck HT mick: . cereals . PORT-OF-SPAIN, May 19 Justice Sir Allan Collymore yesterday and adjourned 1 \
}Consolation Prizes, Queen's College] attracted the attention of the Mr. Peter Smithers, whose aj; Wednesday, pending the recovery of Reginald O. Carrin
wand gs - o ee 4 Sb uct e » ' Jorlir nite ri 4
parried, a lighting aystorn which | passer-by. : aren ws lane Ree ee tae ton, a plaintiff of the suit, who was not well enough to b
showed up the project t was a Rites ty mieieinn) suane vate Secretary to the ne ee” | ese oC mina
but not exagtly | Be h ee general were Not) tor of State for Colonial Affairs | present at the Court yesterday.
A pecularity about hitto if oi if oe iemwy lattase |e announced to-day, will hav« The cases before the Chief ama and the plantations were for
St. Mark's is that they presented |j,> was in evidence. ter-'to resign from the chairmanship | justice which are being heard as the society. - ar
Tt oe = The competition in the Senior of e bn ae eae hl “Lone, are RK, OU, Carrington versus Yesterday Wallingford Chritch-
Division takes the form of an of the waeeEve ive arty, Nt") Perey G. Seales and RK; ©. Scan- low who had featured in the buy~
ant Smithers said “my new dutic: |tlebury in respect to Colleton and ing of the estates, gave eviden
The Exhibition is open to schools will make it impossible for me (>| Trent, James Connell versus P. G He said that prior to October ov,
j te and will remain so on continue but I shall still attend |Seales and C, C, Skinner in re- | 1941, he was in communication
| Wednesday and Thursday, On! meetings as an observer to Miniv-|spect to Lascelles and Mount jqwith Percy Seales of Colon, Paw-
Fri and Saturday it will be, ‘er Mr. H. L. Hopkinson | Ercagens and H, M. Best versus fama, relative to the purchase of
pened to schools and the general — — | P. Seales and Harris. estates in Barbados. On October
| public ; . : A iri ey hap Teen Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C,, instruet- |6, he met Seales at Seawell slong
Friday afternoon from 3.00 to 'e wilt be Pay yrbers ine ee 2 ed by Messrs Carrington & Sealy !with John Scantlebury and Reg-
00 the Police Band, conducted by tive members at thet Next Mee ire appearing for the Plaintiffejinald Carrington, The three of
lGapt. €. BE. Raison, by kind pers) !8. Mr. Bernard Braine who/and Mr, G, H. Adams, instructed | them drove to his’ office in Bridge-
' on ef Colonel R. 'T’. Michelin | Visited the West Indies last. ye by Messrs Haynes and Griffith for| town and had a discussion,
! Commissioner of Police, will give | but had to,eut short his trip be» (ihe defendants, :
ba concert of appropriate music at cause of the general election The plantations were bought Seales told him that Carrington
tt chool being considered, He is at pre jointly by the plaintiffs and the}had also come to buy an estate.
: ‘ ent secretary of the committe :, defendants. The plaintiffs ave;,lt was decided that they would
ail 7 * 2 ) prior to his appointment, My. |cleboing that the its are sone Seti buy, a
| @h rd Strike In ; Smithers shad put down on ardes | in possession — an contro eerie _ See sent Sur
i a | papers 62 questions on the Wes! |“ aac to and have faile. ane ie cana at “the Matha.
| Six Months Indies to be sapwered betwer i eee Busbonaliee bok ey dus: Progréasive Sac ete Seat
‘ id-July. These deal oe : . : a8 eg oo a
| WINDSOR, Ontario, May 19. | FO” dow ol ath ‘eottettibe o ),, | They have sold and otherwise dis- | ond Seales, President of the Bar-
| Ford geass Company ‘ ¢ Colonial Development Corpor ) | reahiivaee, “seltiseuaaer “ on oon ene eve: eee .
Canada, Monday faces its thire » Caribbes He has had « v. . é oi ;
jinajor rk atop re. within | alk |-wi a. e: pong I ; ‘he " ‘stocks and have never accounted! They said they wanted 12
}} toppags withdraw these yu 1ey hay or. hig saeivee . swstates and he was told to recom-
fmonths, Ford office workers went, been taken up by other members | °° Dave refused to account or Jestates and he was a eco)
Prt trike late yesterday re back he 2 i ithe i | imake settlements with the plain mend estates and submit to Seales.
ade pendiha wit ¢ last August of the a HE ee ane aaa .| tiffs in connection with the pur- | After the meeting, he got in tou:
P (CP) ae , a gust raised in the House in the near! chase monies received from sales | with Mr, R, E. Gill in connect







|) with Colleton in St. Luey an
| The plaintiffs want te snare of] Peter and afterwards Scantlebury,

ich plaintiff to be aseertained by Carrington and Seales had a loot

the Court and for that purpose—|eround at the estate ar
|| necessary accounts and en-; satisfied. Gill decided to a
juiries be taken and made. They!they bought it for £6 200 J
vant the payment and transfer} took them to the Royal Bank of
the defendants to themselves} Canada on the same day, the
f what shall be found to be theirs| seventh, but did not get 9»
nd also the appointment of alarranged then and the money \
receiver eventually deposited at the C
Management dian Bank of Commeresr
They are asking that the plan- Account Opened
tations be managed by such a An account was opened at the
receiver under the directions of] Royal Bank of Canada for
the Court the three—Carrington, Seantiebur
The parties in the case are|and Seales. They took possession

connected

with a society in Pan- @ on page 3

The choice af these who
recognise Quality, and
of those who employ

Exonomy...

rare combination realised

K. W. V.

“THE LABEL WITH THE KEY”

Wines, Brandies and Liqueu

K.W.V. PAARL TAWNY

K.W.V. Coronation Wine

K.W.V. Old Brown Sherry

K.W.V. Amontillado Sherry

K. W.V. Old Oloroso Sherry

WV. Sweet Vermouth.

V. Dry Vermouth

VAN DER HUM LIQUEUR
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PAGE TWO







Caub Calling

ON’BLE V. C
Managing Dire
Advocate Co., Ltd,. ret
St. Vincent by B.G
terday after nayi
to that colony.
Education Adviser

M®*; J. L. NICOL, _O.B.F.,
Education

Adviser to the
Comptroller for Development and
Welfare, returned from Antigua
by B.W.LA. over the week end
after paying a visit to the colony.
oa was accompanied by Mrs.

Vicol.
On Holiday
RRIVING from Trinidad yes-

terday by BIW.LA. were
Mrs. E. Prodgers and Miss E.
Prodgers. They have come over
for a holiday and are staying at
“Waverley”, St. James.

Resident Tutor
WAR. STANLEY SHARP, Resi
4v4 dent Tutor in the Leewarc
Islands for ‘he University Colleg
of the West Indies, left for thi
United Kingdom on long leave by
the De Grasse yesterday evening }?






He was accompanied by his vem

and little son.

Mr. Sharp and family arrived
over the week end by B.W.1A.
from Antigua and were guests of
Mr. and Mrs, A, Douglas-Smith' ,
at Sandy-Hook, Maxwell's. ,

Also leaving by the De Grasse

for the U.K. on five months’ holi-
day was Mr. R. Taylor, articled
Clerk to Messrs Cottle, Catford

& Co,, Solcitors of High Street.

For Helsinki
R, TREVOR GALE, Advertis-
ing Manager of the Advocate

left yesterday evening by the S.S. >

De Grasse for England, He will
be away for about five months.
Mr. Gale, who’ now combines a
much needed vacation with busi-
ness on behalf of his firm, will
take the opportunity to visit the
Continent,
He will
Games at
Advocate and
England will

cover the Olympic
Helsinki for the
on his return to
be joined by Mrs.
Gale, tele |
His many friends including
Carib, whom he once impersonat-
ed, will join in wishing him
boy voyage and a safe return.



MR. TREVOR GALE (left) chats with Mr. Gilmour Roacheford, Hon.

Secretary of the Amateur Athletic

Mr. Gale is covering the Olympics at Helsinki later this year for

“pee ae AAvouayS,



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MR. & MR# HILARY ROETT

St. John’s Ambulance Married Last Saturday
‘. A™ ST. .STEPHEN’S Churc!
Brigade Saturday afternoon, Mis.
the arrivals

E A MONG by Dorothy Corbin,
L.W.LA, on Monday from of Mr, and Mrs. E.
Trinidad was Mrs, F.

Davie- Brighton, Black Rock,

eldest daughter
W. Corbin of
was mar-

BARBADOS

Returned Yesterday
MONG the passengers return-
d ing yesterday by the S.S.
De Grasse were Dr. and Mrs. K
Simon, Mr. "Cameron Hewitt of
Alleyne, Arthur; Mr, Wm. McD.
Forde, Government Surveyor of
Shipping and his daughter Mrs
George Fergusson, and Mrs. §S,
Phillips and her niece Miss Y.
Barnwell. They were all cruise
passengers who travelled up to
Jamaica.
Special Classes
a ete eS morning classes
for the New Session were
started at the Housecraft Centre.
These classes are the regular eve-
ning classes but the #pecial train-
ing for school teachers and club
members which wiil be for one
year’s duration will begin on
Tuesday, 27th May.
After 26 Years
M®* & MRS. J. J. CASTO of
Barranquilla, Colombia, ar-
rived by the French s.*. De Grasse
yesterday afternoon for a_holi-
day. They expect to be here fo
about two weeks staying at tihe
Crane Hotel. 4
Mr. Casto who is in the Real
Estate business is paying his firs
visit to the island since 1926. Hi
wife was last here in 1947,

To Join Her Husband
RS. CARLISLE BURTON wa:
a passenger for England on
the De Grasse which left her
yesterday afternoon. She has Rone
to join her husband who is tak-
ing a course in Librarianship a
the Leeds School of Librarianship
Mr. Burton is Assistant Libra-

rian, Public Library.

Spent Two Weeks

1
Ss





Smith who is here for a_ short ried to Mr. Hilary Roett only son :

visit, : of Mr. and Mrs. F. Roett of St. FTER spending two weeks
The St. John Ambulance Bri- James. on in Barbados staying at the

gade, London, have sent Mrs. The bride who was given in Ae sete s On ana ie

Davie-Smith to the Southern mirriage by her father wore a jatas jvmiae by the as oe

Caribbean for a period of two di! + of en we aan, ee veil Grasse , aoe

years. held in place by orange blossom: - Crim =» % anaci ;
Her work is to organise First aod she carried a bouquet o See Pte, See

Queen Anne’s lace and Pink Roses
Her only bridesmaid was Miss
Joan Carter who wore a dress of
blue net over shotted taffeta and
her bouquet was of pink roses.
The ceremony was fully choral

Aid classes, chiefly in the country
districts of Trinidad, Grenada, The
Leeward Islands and Barbados
with the object of increasing mem-
bership in the St. John Ambulance
Brigade.

Her present visit is to get in 4nd was conducted by the Rev.
touch ‘with people who would be B. C. Ulyett. The duties of best-
willing to organise these classes, â„¢@an were performed by Mr

Talk Tonight Paves Grant and the ushers vvere



N. Goddard and Mr. B,

ISS MARGARET HART who Maithews,
’ is at present at the ¥.W.C.A,, A reception was held at Tur-
will give a talk of her organisation ner Hall Pltn. the home of the

over Rediffusion
o'clock to-night.

Service at 8 05 bride’s aunt and the honeymoon

will be spent at Bath, St. John.

Geologist Leaves

as Canvasser
at the end of last month
Walcott of ‘Dalmeney”

tired
B.M.L.A,
and Mrs,



“TAS pm "Rendezvous, 7.45 p.m PI
. oe sonal Portrait, 8.00 p.m. Linger A
FTER paying a short visit to] While, 8.15 p.m. Radio Newsreel, 8.3(
Barbados, Mr. John Mason,] P-â„¢ Report From Britain, 845 p.m
F net cael . ao a '| Interlude, 8.55 p.m. From The Editorials
a Geologist employed with the 9.00 .m. Books To Read, 9.15 p.m. The
Union Oil Company in California,} arts, 9.30 pm. Ray's A Laugh, 10.00 p.m
left for Venezuela by L.A:V. on] The News, 10.10 News Talk. 10.15 p.m
Sunday. He expects to go on to] Herbert Hodge Tolking, 10.30 p.m. ‘Till
: + The Se. ia 7 ry
Lima before returning to the USA,| 4 The Seas Gang Dry.
Other passengers leaving on 536605
2 PSEC E SEES SSS LOS y)
Sunday by L.A.V, for Venezuela " cn
were Mrs. Errol Steele of Bonnie G A i E T Y

of the}

ector of Messrs Caleb and Joshue
Griffiths and Co., Ltd., Clothin
Manufacturers of Newport.



Listening ‘Hours

4 00—7.15 p.m. 19.76M 25.53M



4.00 p.m. The News, 4.10 p.m. The
Daily Service, 4.15 p.m. New Records
4.45 p.m, Sandy McPherson, 5.00 p.m
Cricket, 5.15 p.m. Nights at the Opera
6.00 pm. Ulster Magezine, 6.15 p.m
Meet The Commonwealth, 6.45 p.m
Sports Round-up and Programme Parade
700 p.m. The News, 7.10 p.m, Home
News From Britain,
7.15—10.30 ® m 25 53M 31 22M





\ The weekly Club
Dinner Dances



.from the top of the bookcase.





ADVOCATE



The Magician Made an Offer

— He'd Change Everyone Into Something Else —
By MAX TRELL f

“MY friend Merlin the Magician |
is here,” Mr. Punch said with a
smile as Knarf and Hanid entered
the playroom. “If there’s anything
you'd like to be changed into for
an hour or so, I'm sure he'll be)
happy to oblige.”

“Exactly!” said a cackling voice

Knarf and Hanid looked up and
saw Merlin the Magician sitting
on top of the bookcase with his feet
stretched out op the Dictionary and
his elbows resting back on the
Geography. “I'll change you into
anything you like, from a dragon
to a gnat,” he added. Then he
cackled again.

Knarf and Hanid couldn’t make |
up their minds what they felt Like |
being changed into,

“A dragon’s quite nice,” Mr.
Punch suggested. “Of course you'd |
have to have lots of room for ~—
tail. And you'd probably have to
stay on a mountain inside a deep

cave.



Merlin the Magician was sitting in
the playroom.

“Can’t say 1 recommend any-
body changing himself into a cat,’
said Merlin. “When you come back
| you do odd things. You arch your
back and scratch. You climb up
fn’ Li trees when a dog comes along. You
Didn't Like It
hunti at night in the cellar

Merlin said: “I’ve changed lots of | le sien: ou dren milk out of a
folks into dragons, Most of them | saucer. And, strangest of all, you
oe like 7 1X > always start washing your face

“Why?” aske narf.

with your hand.”

“They always came back with | h
sore throats. Dragons, you know, Can't Sleep
breathe out fire and smoke. That “Owl?” said Mr. Punch,
generally gives you a sore throat “You can’t sleep at night for
until you get used to it.” months afterwards,” said Merlin,

“How about being a duck, my | shaking his head. “Don’t be an owl.”
dears?” Mr. Punch suggested “A bee?” said Mr. Punch.
again. “Ducks are pleasant little] «[ye changed people into bees
creatures. They seem to have a) They can’t stop humming.”
great deal of fun paddling across| «A Jjjion?”
ponds then diving their heads down “Oh, no. Whenever you talk you

for worms and things in the mud.”

Merlin said: “Lots of my friends | | roar, Hivesy body Oe ee
got themselves changed into ducks. | “‘’’ a Pia! 4 3
None of {im were pleased.” | _ By this time Knarf and Hanid

Hanid asked why Merlin’s friends | didn't know what they wanted to

c be changed into. Everything seemed






weren't pleased to get themselves | .
changed inte Sucks. | ba be bad. They finally asked Merlin

“They came back and couldn’t | & suggest something himself
wi right for several weeks,” said “Wel, he said, “I'd suggest you
Merlin, “They all waddled, And|change yourself into a couple of

every now and then, for no reason | children having an ice-cream soda
at all, they’d go and duck their | That’s the best thing of all, You
heads in a bucket of water.” jcome back feeling fine.”

Knarf and Hanid decided not to| So that’s what Knarf and Hanid
be ducks, | let Merlin the Magician ¢hauce

“What about a cat?” said Mr.|them into—a boy and girl havirg
Punch. “There’s an interesting ani- | an ice-cream soda, And sure enough
mal to be changed into?” they came back ke sentinn fir

NOTICE

JT IS NOT CUSTOMARY to publish a paper
following a Bank Holiday, but by special
arrangements the SUNDAY ADVOCATE
will be published as usual on May 25th.



Dundee’, St. Lawrence Gap. She
was accompanied by her mother ate Garden—St. James - ~~ :

Mrs. M. coaachart and her little| “DAVID HARDING * each in inti are aa requested to
daughter Mary Ann, COUNTERSPY” % send in all changes of copy by 4 p.m. on
%. Sieele w > resides i Willard PARKER. & Xle > - . ie
Mrs. Steele who now resides in) .punLpoG DRUMMOND ° WEDNESDAY and Bookings for Advertising

Barbados has gone over for a STRIDES BACK’™ | o ‘ a Mail 1
holiday. Her husband is proprie- Ron RANDELL ® spaces will be closed the same hour.
tor of Steele’s Book Stores in| 4” FRAY & SAT. 80 PM s
Caracas, | wa Pet. ro Wom anon i. § YOUR CO-OPERATION is specially invited
From Venezuela MANETS. KUMAON’ in this most important matter.
Mes: OLGA GARAVINI and | *seeceassgeesssees: ee :
her son Sadio were the on- By order of the Management
ly passengers who arrived here 7
en Sunday by L.A.V. from Mai- g
quetia. They have come over for >
a holiday which they are spend-| CO LO N Y = ADV T
ing at the Hotel Royal, |
For U.K. Holiday L |
R. J. N. WALCOTT whe re-}

LIMITED.

tockley, are now on their wax) will recommence 2009000O90000004
to England to spend about five on SATU y ] GODPLO DODO OOO
Association of Barbados. months holiday. They left yes- signsmabaluniieer we | :
terday evening by he ss. De DINNER JACKETS G iL 0 B E
_ Grasse. \ or
LOUNGE SUITS TODAY: 5 & 8.30 P.M. — LAST SHOWING

LOTUS PERFUMED COLOGNE

Perfumers down the ages have
never invented a more delightful,
easy form of physical refreshment
and pleasure than that in use by
women the world over in the
present day, when perfumed
Colognes are used to stimulate
and invigorate the body after
bathing. Highly concentrated Co-
lognes, delicately perfumed with
haunting fragrances are splashed
lavishly over the body, cooling it
and giving a day-long aura of
‘freshness which can be attained
in no other way.

Perhaps one of the most de-
lightful of these ‘day-time’ frag-
rances is that of Lo us Perfumed
Cologne—a fine. extra strength
Cologne from Bond Street, Lon-
don, which is treasured by select
fashionable women the worl
over, and which can be obtained

in two sizes—the handy, easily
packed three-and-a-half ounce
bottle, and the larger bathroom

containing seven ounces.

BY THE

size,



D*. STRABISMUS (Whom
God Preserve) of Utrecht

has at last succeeded in isolating
the Bamp, which is the basic re-
agent at work in the science of
electrostatics, or electricity dor-
mant and at rest.

To make electricity active even
when it is inactive is an achieve-
ment which is bound to have far
reaching ‘consequences, especially
on the «determination of atomic
weights by using positive rays on
the parmbola system, The whole
field of electric traction of mole-
cules will be transformed, if dis-
placement of current can be con-
eee alin the. Slectvomitive Couperin, may be intern while the electromitive

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SHOPPING BAGS with Zipp Fasteners
WHITE HANDBAGS Latest Styles ..

Lotus Perfumed
been given

Cologne has
the name of a sacred
flower which has been a symbol
of loveliness and mystery down
the ages, and which has been the

voice, the turn of your head .
Cologne habit is one which gives
almost as much pleasure to your
friends as to yourself. It
you a person whose proximity is

subject of countless beautiful le- pleasant, and whenever the sub-
gends and poems Reference is ile, haunting fragrance of Lotus
made to the Lotus flower in Ho- Cologne is present, it evokes

mer’s Odyssey and in early San- memories of you.

. The

makes



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in the temple sculpture of An- @ heavy perfume wou oe un-
cient Egypt, India ate China. suitable—in very hot climates for in aig
Though not a floral scent, Lotus instance, where exotic fragrances
Perfumed Cologne thas a_ rare, Can be over-powering, for travel
romantic note, faintly spicy and When you are inclined to be
subtle, which makes its exotic headache-y and jaded, for sport
name perticularly apt. when you want to keep fresh and THE UNSHINE '
alert, or for working hours when Z
There are a thousand and one only a light hint of perfume if wise! PL
ways in which it is an indispens- discreet, And on those occasions aa
able part of the fastidious toilet. st night when you feel ‘too tired “a



The skin is perfumed with it, the to sleep’ a luke-warm bath fol-
hair and the bath. Used often it lowed by a light Cologne friction

keeps you fresh all day and be- and just a spray of perfumed Co- |
comes as much a part of your logne on your pillow soon brings

personality as the tone of your pleasant dreams.

\\ A :
Y eeecen By Beachcomber

forces are switched off. Condens- talk of removing drink-stains
ers will become superfluous, and from things. All seem agreed that

Riesenheim’'s Law will be super-
seded, Of thermodynamics I will
say nothing at the moment,

Sponsored radia
M* reference to the possibility
of a radio programme
sponsored by Snibbo has set many
a foul tongue a-wagging. Some
say that the mere mention of
Snibbo will degrade radio to the
level of a crude entertainmen
“in lieu of a highly dignified edu-
cational conduit,” Others fear tha. name by cdeed-poli to Swift. Ii
a Third Progamme concert of may have a useful psychologica

Couperin may be interrupted by effect on him.
EE ET SE SS ST IT,

an effort to sell Snibbo by radic

the present effort
swamp-music, As

to sell
one
my

tongue is so far





tied that I am pushing the ides
as hard as I can

Tail-piece
MAN who tried

jet-plane said his name
Snale, I



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| iWCILLE NO RN MAN S.Z.SAKALL

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(DIAL 2310)
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FRID: 2.30 — 4.45 & 8.30 pm. &|

|
Continuing Daily 4.45 & 8.30 p.m.!





=

WESTWARD THE WOMEN

Robert TAYLOR — Denise DARCEL



TOMORROW — 5 & 8.30 P.M.
By The Teenagers’ Request

THE STRIP

(Mickey ROONEY — Louis AE SOME)

OPENING THURSDAY, 22ND — § & 8.30 P.M.

TEXAS CARNIVAL

Esther WILLIAMS — RED SKELTON





BRIDGETOWN
























~BARBARFES



OISTIN







Under vat zie ; rod DEAL 5170) (Dial 8404)
le ie atronage o' oday omeorrow
Coie nt: Michelin 4.30 & 8.90 pm, bi ie seen
Sommissioner of Police - 4 van
To-day 4.45 & 8.90 p.m. ||PASS TO ROMANCE| wes my GUY
Martha O'DRISCOLL
THE BLUE LAMP . and
Jack UVARNER—also : MANEATER OF PITTSBURGH
‘SALUTE TO DUKE
ELLINGTON” KUMAON |] John wayne, Randolph
phere. Spovet 1.30 p.m. BU Scott
BADLANDS” Thurs, Special 1.30 p.m THURS. (only)
Pim Holt, Richard Martin |TLAST OF THE 4.45 & 8.30 p.m.
“PRS Ee LAW"
Sacer ype “HERE CO th
George O'Brien BUCCANEERS || “MERE COMES the,
SAT, Special 0.30 & T.90~ and Dorothy LAMOUR &
“RED DESERT” “COPPER CANYON”

Don BARRY &

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Soming Thurs. aa

PAINTING the CLOUDS
WIETH SUNSHINE

(Technicolor)

____ KAZAN
Opening FRIDAY
445 & $8.30 p.m.

“DRUMS in the

DEEP SOUTH"
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James CRAIG

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Opening FRIDAY,

“ON MOONLIGHT
BAY" (Color)
Doris DAY &
Gordon MacRAE

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EMPIRE

Last 2 Shows TODAY
BETTE DAVIS






















ROXY

TO-DAY Last 2-Shows 445 & 8.17
Ann SHERIDAN — John LUND
in

“STEEL TOWN”
Color by

ew
WED. & THUR. 4.30 & 815
“THE LOST MOMENT”
and

“SINGAPORE”
starring
Fred MecMURRAY — Ava GARDNEF

ROYAL

445 & 8 30
GARY MERILL

in
“ANOTHER MAN'S POISON”



TOMORROW
GEORG ZUCCO

(Only) 4.30 & 8.30 Technicolor

in

“THE FLYING SERGEANT”
and

“I ACCUSE MY PARENTS"

with
MARY BETH HUGHES

OLYMPIC

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in DUNCAN BEALS:
“TYCOON” -
and “THE DARING CABALLERO".
“PHE MYSTERIOUS DESPERADO” and
starring op
Tim HOLT wee Richard MARTIN James CRAIG Joan LESLIE

in
“NORTH WEST STAMPEDE”



THUR (Only) 4.30 & 8.15
John MILLS — Martha SCOTT

in
REMEMBERED”
and
RAIDERS”

R. 4.36 48.15
“HOPPY'S HOLIDAY”

and
JOHNNY HOLIDAY”
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MAY 1952

yut—27

TUESDAY. 20,

Reger and the Toy Sec









The four pals decide what they © thar we might borrow. It belongs
are going to do to make sure that to Mrs. Bunn who sells teas. Let's
Santa Claus sees the king tree. ask her.’ Mrs. Bunn is surprised
Then they seperate Rupert to see him, but she smiles. *My
and Bil! run to the v ‘Our signboard’s broken, she says.
job is to find a sign-pesi ro show ‘Ti you'll ask your Daddy to fix
where the tree is,’ says Rupert. it for me afterwards you may
**Look, there's one over there borrow it.”

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TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1952

Edril Wins In



Eleventh

By Our

EDRIL scored a convincing vic-
tory in the Tornado Class when
the Eleventh Regatta of the
R.B.Y.C. was sailed in Carlisle
Bay on Saturday. Her skip-
per Ivan Perkins kept her in the
lead throughout the three rounds.
At the finish she was well ahead
of Vamoose.

The race was sailed south about,
At the start a fresh south
east breeze blew but it shifted east
as the afternoon wore on. There
will most likely be one protest.
At the end of the race Mischief
was seen flying the protest flag.

The race was sailed south about.
has a difficult job working out the
times. But some helmsmen make
it even more difficult for this hard
working Committee. They drop
out of races and the Committee is
at a lost to know whether they
have committed a breach of the
rules or have stopped because of
a breakdown.

The Committee realises that it
is very difficult for a helmsman,
whose mooring is off the Harbour
Police Pier or along the Fonta-
belle coast, to sail back to the
Aquatic Club after breaking down
out in the Harbour. But these
helmsmen can at least be consid-
erate enough to telephone the
Yacht Club and inform the Com-
mittee of the reason for dropping
out of the race. This would facili-
tate the work of the Committee
and at the same time assist in the
publication of the correct points,

All the B boats raced with the
exception of Okapi and Wizard.
During the first round Flirt pull-



| spors
QUIZ

By SPORTS EDITOR

The Barbados Advocate
will award a book on sport
to the first person who sends
the corre¢t answers to the
following questions.

1. CRICKET

What is the name of the
Barbados cricketer who, in
am Intercolonial fixture
with Trinidad, injured his
knee and was compelled by
the umpire to stand and
roll the ball underhand
down the pitch.
2. FOOTBALL

A team kicks off and by
clever combined play man-
ages to score without an
opponent playing the ball.
Should the referee award a
goal?
3. RACING

Name the Barbados own-
ed horse that won the
Trinidad Turf Club Cup at
the Christmas meeting 1927.
4, BOXING

From whom did Joe
Louis first win the world
heavyweight boxing cham-
pionship?
5. TABLE TENNIS

What is meant by the
term “Let” in table tennis?

NOTE: All entries for
“Sports Quiz” shoulga be
addressed “Sports Quiz”,

c/o Advocate Sports Editor,
and must reach this office
by 12 noon on Saturday,
May 31. The correct
answers and the name of
the winner will be publish-
ed in the Sunday Advocate

of June 1,
Each entry must be
accompanied by A COUPON

as Set out below.
SPORTS QUIZ





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% HIGH SPEED GRINDING MACHINES
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% BODY REPAIR FLEXIBLE FILES
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PRESSURE GAUGES 0-400 Ib.

’ ECKSTEIN BROTHERS

Regatta

Yachting Correspondent

ed away from Moyra Blair, Fan-
tasy and Rascal. At the end of
this round was about ten sec-
onds ahead of Rascal. Fantasy
was third, followed by Ranger.

Flirt kept the lead finished
the coer round 18 seconds which
of Rascal. Moyra Blair, whic
overtook Fantasy, was
minute and 20 seconds behind
Rascal. Mischief received a min-
ute from Gipsy but at this stage
she was only 40 seconds ahead.

Rascal overtook Flirt in the last
round, She went on to beat Flirt
by a minute and a second. Third
was Moyra Blair, a minute and 29
seconds behind Flirt. Mischief
came fourth, two minutes and two
seconds later. Gipsy finished 33
seconds later.

C Class honours went to Mad-
ness. This was also a very inter-
esting race. Madness sailed beau-
tifully. _ In the first round she
went ahead of Miss Behave and
Folly. She finished this round
five minutes and 13 seconds ahead
of Gannet. which was second.
Third was Folly, 12 seconds later.
Magwin was fourth, five seconds
ahead of

Madness held on to the lead.
She finished two minutes and 54
seconds ahead of Gannet which
defeated Rogue by two minutes
and 49 seconds. Scamp finished
fourth, two minutes and 22 seconds
later.

Gnat scored another victory in
the Intermediate Class. At the end
of the first round Invader was in
the lead. She was two minutes
and 31 seconds ahead of Reen, sec-
ond. Third was Clytie, a second
later. Mohawk was fourth, fol-
lowed by Gnat.

Gnat soon overtook the other
boats. She beat Invader, second,
by a minute and 55 seconds. Third
was Reen, 56 seconds later. Mo-
hawk was fourth, beating Clytie
by 28 seconds. Mohawk was
however disqualified for striking
the western mark in the second
round.

D Class honours went to Sinbad.
Hurricane and Rainbird did not
start. Hurricane is at present in
St. Vincent. She was sailed there
by her owner-skipper, Ian Gale.
Corkie Roberts, owner-skipper of
Rainbow went as crew.

Seabird was 16 seconds ahead
of Sinbad at the end of the first
round. Van Thorndyke was third,
a minute and 37 seconds later.
Sinbad soon overtook Seabird and
went on to win the race. She fin-
ished two minutes and 27 seconds
ahead of Seabird, second. Van
Thorndyke was third, four min-
utes and 22 seconds later.

Edril scored a surprising victory
in the Tornado Class. She led
throughout the race. At the
finish she was 31 seconds ahead
of Vamoose. Comet was third.

The Twelfth Regatta of the
R.B.Y.C. will be sailed in Car-
lisle Bay on Saturday, May 24,
(Bank-Holiday).

The le were as follows:—

B Class: Rascal; 2. Flirt; 3.

Moyra Blair

C Class: 1. Madness; 2. Gannet;

3. Rogue.

Intermediate: 1. Gnat; 2. In-
vader; 3. Reen.
D Class: 1. Sinbad; 2. Seabird;

3. Van Thorndyke,
Tornado Class: . 1,

Edril; 2.
Vamoose; 3. Comet.

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1. Gipsy 33.27 34.31 34.32 34.10 5 11 115 165
4. Hi He 38.33 39.03 39.34 39.03 D.S.Q 0 101
5. Mischief 33.17 35.01 34.39 34.19 4 12 116
6, Flirt S441 35.38 36.04 35.28 2 14 131
7. Moyra Blair 36.42 36.04 35.55 35.54 3 13 oy
8. Rasea!l 34.40 35.46 34.45 35.04 1 15 102
9. Okapi DNS. — _ 66
13. Ranwer 38.31 39.52 37.31 38.38 7 9 101
481. Fantasy 35.22 37.44 38.53 37.20 $ 10 ill
TORNADO CLASS
T.K, 34 Comet 22.35 21.68 22.25 22.9) 3 10 100 132
TK 35 Bdril 20.01 23.04 22.22 21.49 1 es 115
T.K. 37 Tempest DNS - 43
T.K. 38 Thunder D.N.S é 79
TK. 40 Vamoose 22.35 21.51 214 22.00 ’ il 128
2
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§ $ 3 & 2
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1, Miss Behave 41,50 44.21% 7 a 50 110
2. Seamp 40.54 41.315 4 7 78
3. Madness 40.35 39.15 1 10 72
7. Rogue 40.24 40.23 3 8
9. Folly 43.5: 43.374» 6
10, Gannet 38.16 38.35 2 9 ge
11. Magwin 43.21 42.22% 6 5 73
INTERMEDIATE
1. Gnat $8.55 40.20 39.37 1 12 126
2. Invader A152 44.21 43.06". 2 1 a
4. Coronetta 4112 42.31 415i 6 8 97
7. Mohawk 40.52 43.45 42.19 DS.Q 0 9
8. Skippy 44.08 DNF. 0 Mm
9. Dauntle 45.36 45.35 45.352 6 7 o4
ll. Reen 43.22 43.30 ; 0 91
12. Dawr 47.07 . 0 7
18. Clytic 42.07 42.55 42.31 4 9 65
D CLASS
2. Imp D.N.F DNF 122
$ Rainbird DNS INS 10,
4. Seabird 45.21 47.37 46.29 2 1 lod
7. Sinbad 42.39 44.52 43.45 2 i 12 76
8. Peter Pan DNS DNS
Olive Bl N.S 7
10. Van Thorndyke 47.10 50.02 48.36 3 10 84
12, Rainbow D.N.S DNS 4
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CHANCERY SUI
ADJOURNED

of Colleton that day and he was
appointed to look after the culii-
vation. For the purpose of culti-
vation, he was given a £6)0
cheque, and $9,500 waS deposited
as_a Savings Account in the Royal
Bank of Canada.

from page 1

After other negotiations for
other plantations, he interviewed
a Mr. Spencer in connection wiih
Trent Plantation and this was
eventually bought for £10,000,
£1,000 being paid from the pro-
ceeds of Colleton produce, The
sale of Trent was completed in
June, 1942. $9,300 came from the
profits of Colleton, $9,000 from

the Royal Bank of Canada on the
instructions of a cable from Pan-

ama and $30,000 through Mr.
Seales in Panama.
Before Seales had left for,

Panama, he had approached him
with the suggestion tlgat it would
be advantageous to acquire Las-
celles and he started negotiations
with regard it, When he notified
Seales of his pragress, Seales said
he would see the others and come
over. Lascelles was bought on
May 3, 1943, and he assumed its
management. Mount Prospect and
Four Hills were bought on sub-
sequent occasions.

Comnany Suggested

He said that Mr. Haynes,
Solicitor, had suggested to him
that the plantations should be
formed into a company. He in his
turn threw out the suggestions to
the various parties, but Seales
objected.

His connection with the work-
ing of the estate ceased in May,
1943,

All the estates were in order
at the time they were bought, he
said, but Colleton and Trent were
lying fallow at present. He was
not certain about the state of the

the

others.
He was asked under cross-
examination if in 1943 when he

sent in the income tax return, he
was not sent for and told that as
the property was the property of
the Barbados Progressive Society
they would have to tax them as a
society and he acquiesced. He re-

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In the Assistant Court of Appeal

yesterday Their Honours Mr.
J. W. B. Chenery and Mr. A. J. H.
Hanschell gave judgment for the

defendant James Harewood and
made an order that the plaintiff
Almina Harewood of Well House,
St Philip, should be paid the
amount of $150 in the suit which
Almina Harewood brought against
James Harewood, asking the court
to inquire into the matter of an
acre and a half of land which they
both had a hand in

Mr, E, W. Barrow appeared on
behalf of the plaintiff and submit-
ted that the question of jurisdic-
tion did not enter in the case and
the court was not asked to decide
the question of title as the convey-
ance would have shown.

When the suit went to the Petty
“Debt Court of District “C” His
Worship Mr. A. W. Harper gave
judgment for James Harewood and
ordered Almina Harewood to pay
the costs of 6/-. Almina Harewood
later appealed against Mr. Har-
per's decision.

Hawker Fined £4.

Edna Lewis (64) a hawker of
Westbury Road, St, Michael, was
yesterday ordered to pay a fine of
£4 for selling 12 bananas to Lo-
renzo Morton for 12 cents on Tudor
Street, City. The bananas should
have been sold at three for one
penny. The offence was commit-
ted on May 19 about 10.15 a.m,

The fine which was imposed by
His Worship Mr. G. B, Griffith,
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A”, is to be paid by month-
ly instalments of £1 per month or
three months’ imprisonment with
hard labour,

The case was brought by Inspec-
tor Charles Roberts,



ee EEEEROnEED

plied that he had given an idea
then of what the position was.

He said that there
any suggestion that he might be-
come a director of the plantations,
but on @ certain letter being read
to him, he corrected himself and
said that there had been talk of
his being a director.

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Tuesday, May 20, 1952

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GOVERNMENT
VEGETABLES

IN the Estimates for 1952-53, the estim-
ated revenue of six district agricultural
stations is $22,000. General running ex-
penses are estimated to be $61,300 and con-
tingencies are $5,000. The Government is
therefore budgeting for a possible loss of

$44,300 in the current year and a prebable
loss of $39,300.



In view of the importance of agriculture
to the community and the need for experi-
ments of the kind that are being conduct-
ed at the six stations the loss of these
substantial sums might be accepted with
resignation. But before such acceptance
can be counselled closer scrutiny of the
purpose for which the stations were pro-
vided is advisable.

~ The six district agricultural stations, one
in St. James, one in St. Peter, ome in St.
Andrew, one in Christ Church, one in St.
Philip and one in St. George were started
with funds provided by the British tax-
payer under C.D. and W. scheme D 217.
This scheme has expired and the Govern-
ment of Barbados is continuing the stations
which are eventually expected to become
self-supporting.

Already two at least of the six stations
pay for themselves.

At most of the stations mixed farming
is carried out. The stations vary in size
between 10 and 15 acres in extent and diff-
erent crops are planted. There is always
some acreage under cane, some under
bananas, others under tomatoes or beans
and others are allotted to fodder grass, eot-
ton or kitchen gardens.

Livestock are kept at all the stations al-
though some stations specialise in live-
stock more than others.

Behind the variety of experiments lies
the central intention of discovering what
type of farming and what size of holding is
best suited for peasant farmers in Barba-
dos. It is impossible to exaggerate the im-
portance of the work being done at these
six stations or of the significance of their
role in deciding whether or not improved
peasant farming can be economically
carried on if irrigation can be provided.

In one respect, however, the value of the
experiments seems to be undermined \by
what can only be regarded as a weakness of
the scheme. Any visitor to an agricultural
station must be impressed by the high
standard of vegetables grown in the kitchen
garden and sometimes in open fields. But
at one station at least observation shows
that customers have to wait unreasonably
long periods before they can obtain small
quantities of vegetables at times when
there are no other customers. A fault such
as this can easily be remedied, if it is
acknowledged to be a fault.

In this connection too it is pertinent to
ask whether greater patronage of agricul-
tural stations would not result if the
stations were to advertise the vegetables
which they can supply and the prices at
which they are being sold. Outside the
stations, too, a simple signboard could be
hung advertising “vegetables sold here” and
giving the day’s prices. Once the public
realised that the products of the agricul-
tural stations were for sale the stations
could easily make arrangements based on
experience of consumers’ demands to have
readily available at a small counter quanti-
ties of freshly picked vegetables.

While it is appreciated that kitchen
gardens form only a small part of the
activities of agricultural stations they do
form a part and the present delays experi-
enced by the relatively small number of
people who seem to realise that vegetables
can be bought at these stations suggests
that that part is inadequately per-
formed. The taxpayers who make good
the estimated deficit of between $39,300
and $44,300 this year are entitled to
express their opinion and to request that
a greater drive to market vegetables grown
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Rebels Suffer Heavy Losses

HANOI, May 19.

FRENCH and Rebel forces suffered
“substantial” losses Sunday night in fight-
ing around Hanoi Defence perimeter, a
military communique said today.

A French and a loyal Vietnamese unit
were attacked by strong rebel forces and
suffered “substantial” losses in the Dong
Trieu region, while elsewhere the Com-
munist enemy was beaten off in sporadic
Clashes around Hanoi defence outposts.

French fighter and bomber planes
blasted enemy concentrations in villages
in Communist held territory 40 miles to
the southeast of here, the communique
said.

Authorities said the threat of increased
Communist violence and sabotage to mark
today’s anniversary of the birthday of

Rebel leader Ho Chi Minha failed to}
materialise.—-U.P.

The Puerto Ricans have found
a word for it, and in so doing
have paid Britain a compliment,
for the word is “Commonwealth”,

Up till now, the Puerto Ricans,
like their British @aribbean coun.
terparts, have seen’ only three
choices for their destiny. There
have been the Independenistas,
whose spiritual brothers in Jam-
aica and Trinidad, cry ‘complete
self-government’; those demand-
ing Statehood, as many British’
West Indians seek Dominion
status; and the few who were
content as things were,

Neither of these was a happy
solution.

Independence, while pandering
to the chauvinistic clamourings
of the emotional and irrational,
would have meant economic
chaos, probably poverty, for
Puerto Rico is still a country of
primary products, with little hope
of existing alone and frigndless
in a buyers’ world,

Statehood may well have been
the bridge between political and
economic independence, but the
burden of federal contribu-
tions would have weighed
heavily upon the island. She
just could not have afforded
it just as the British West
Indies cannot afford to become
integrated into metropolitan,
Britain, with its imppssible
concomitants of taxation.

Remaining as she was,
out of the question, The emo-
tionalists would have ranted
from the roof tops—even, more
than they already do. The Span-
ish words for ‘colonialisim’,
‘imperialism’, and ‘exploitation’
probably sound worse from the
impassioned Puerto Rican demp-
gogue than they do from e
quack orators in Trinidad’s
Woodford Square.

And speaking of this business
of translation,, there is no lit-
eral equivalent in Spanish for
the English word, ‘“common-
wealth’— a sad commentary in
itself. Consequently, the Puerto
Ricans have had to invent a
Spanish phrase embodying the
concepts of freedom in associa-
tion with a broader political
entity: “estado (state) libre
(free) asociado (associated)”.

Thus, from now on, when
Puerto Ricans, speaking in Span-
ish, refer ito “El EStado Libre
Asosiado de Puerto Rico”, They
do not mean “the associated free
state of Puerto Rico”, but “the
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico’.
There’s quite a difference.

The new constitution even de-
fines Commonwealth as a politi-
cal entity “in which political
power resides ultimately in the
people, hence a free state, but
one which is at the same time
linked to a_ broader political
system in a federal or other
type of association and_ there-
fore does not have an independ-
ent and separate existence.”

This new constitution came
after much head scratching to
find a formula to satisfy the
various schools of thought, The
Commonwealth idea proves, if
nothing else, that a rose by an-
ether name can smell much
sweeter. Nearly three and e
half million Puerto Ricans turn-
ed out to register their votes in
favour of it, and even its un-
kindest critics must call it an
honest attempt to eat your cake
and have it too—even, in fact,
better baked.

The new constitution is the
work of a convention of popu-
larly elected delegates, which
sat for some four and a_ half
months drafting the constitution
and holding public debates and
discussions on its terms and
Needless to say public
proceedings of

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Birth Control

To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,— One would think from
the correspondence on Birth
Control which appears in your
columns that it was about to be
made compulsory in this island.
I think we can safely say that
Birth Control is NOT going to
be made compulsory, therefore
the people who consider it
wrong will not practise it.

They should not be so intol-
erant and selfish however, as
to try to deny it to those who
want it. Birth Control Clinics
should be established in this
island without delay for those
poor women whose health is in
process of being ruined by con-
stant child-bearing, bringing
unwanted ohildren into a world
that has not sufficient food or
work for them,

Let the anti-Birth Control
people have as many children
as they like but let them not
interfere with others who think
differently,

JANE,

Sunday Cricket Tournament
To the Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—I noticed not long ago an
announcement in the Press, the
Advocate I think, that arrange-
ments had been made by a num-
ber of Cricket Clubs in the vari-
ous parishes to play a series of
tournament games on Sundays,
and I am wondering whether
the Clergy and serious Church-
gving people who are concerned
about preserving the Sabbath for
its proper and invaluable uses
saw the paragraph, and what
their mind is about the matter.

Whatever may be advanced
about children playing a quiet
game on Sundays out of church
hours—and even that is a risky
business—as this very announce-
ment shows—it is very difficult
to regulate the position once the
door is open — however, that
maybe I am sure that tourna-
ments are bound to interfere very
greatly with the worship and
other beneficient uses of the
Lord’s Day,

It is not only the teams of
players that would be affected,
but the crowds of their friends.
How many of them would still
find time and be inclined to at-
tend Church or Sunday School
and study the Christian Ideals
and Wav of Life?

In writing this I do not admit
at all that I am a narrowminded
old fogev or killjov—I claim on
the contrary to be a_ public-
snirited citizen aiming only at
the general well being. Law and

(By a Special Correspondent)

the convention ran hi
throughout the time it sat, a4
when a few weeks ago the final
draft was put to the popular
vote by referendum, none of
the voters were in any doubt as
to its implications.

This constitution must now
be approved by the United
States Congress so that the in-
sular administration can fune-
tion under their new form of
government. Actually, this is
likely to be mere formality, for
the only requirements of the
U.S. Act of Congress providing
for self-government in Puerto
Rico under a home-written con-
stitution were that the constitu-
tion provide for a Government
republican in form, contain a
bill of rights, and be in harmony
with the constitution of the
United States.

These requirements have ap-
parently been met, although the
worthy Co. samen will un-
doubtedly wish to dot an ‘i’ here
and cross a ‘t’ there, The con-
stitution is republican in form.
It derives its entirely
from the people. It provides
for legislative, executive and
judicial branches, each with
clearly defined powers which
constitute a system of checks
and balances following closely
the system of the United States
Federal Government. The exe-
‘cutive and legislative branches
are popularly elected, the judges
of the courts appointed by the
Governor with the advice and
consent of the Senate.

* But there are some interesting
and unusual features about this
Puerto Rican constitution,

Most unusual is perhaps the
formula for insuring minority
representation, in accordance
with the popular support of
minority candidates, whenever
one party or ticket elects more
than two-thirds of the members
of either house.

There is a bi-cameral legisla-
ture—a Senate of 27 members
and a House of Representatives
of 51 members. But, depending
on the particular situation, the
number of seats in the House can
be increased by as many as 17
to give minority parties repre-
sentation, and the number of
seats in the Senate by as many
as nine for the same purpose,

Another protection for minor-
ity parties is a provision for the
election of 11 senators and 11
representatives at large. No voter
may vote for more than one such
senator and one such represen-
tative. Thus, it would be diffi-
cult for a single party to con-
centrate its strength so as to
elect an entire slate of legislators
at large.

The Puerto Rican Bill of
Rights, too, goes even further
than the United States Federal
Constitution, incorporating all
that are to be found there plus
a few more found in State con-
stitutions or just thought up for
the occasion,

Further, it recognizes as
human rights, but does not
guarantee because the Puerto
Rican economy cannot yet physi-
cally provide for them, such
rights as the right of every
person to enough food, housing
and other essentials,

Such frankness is refreshing,
and British West Indian politi-
cians who promise the people
the moon every election time
could well take to heart with
what honesty their Caribbean
colleagues have faced up to their
situation.

An _ interesting guarantee in



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Puerto Ricans Find A
Word For It

this Bill of Rights is the section
preventing unreasonable searches
and seizures and specifically
stating that (1) wire-tapping is
prohibited, (2) only judicial
authority may ‘issue a warrant
for arrest or s@izure, and (3)
e obtained in violation
of this section shall be inadmis-
sible in the courts.

Women will now benefit by
the elimination of a number of
legal discriminations presently
existing, as, for instance, from
serving on juries. The new con-
stitution’ prohibits racial dis-
crimination (as is already the
case) plus discrimination on ac-

count sex, social origin or
condition, or political or re-
ligious ideas.

For the first time, too, is in-
eee in fundamental law
in Puerto Rico the right of trial
= jury in dises of felony. This

use provides that verdicts
must be rendered by no less
than nine members of a jury of
twelve.

A number of the sections per- point six months before the election, for two

tain to economic rights: the
right of a worker to choose his
occupation freely, to receive
equal pay for equal work, to
receive a reasonable minimum
wage, to be protected
risks to health or person in his
employment, to receive extra
compensation as provided by
law for work in excess of eight
hours a day but not less than
time and one-half for overtime;
the right to organize and bar-
gain collectively, the right to
strike, to picket and engage in
other legal concerted activities.
However, it is also provided that
the Legislative Assembly may
enact laws to deal with emer-
gencies that imperil public
health or safety or essential pub-
lic services.

Believing that every possible
safeguard must be taken to in-
sure the independence of the
judiciary, all judges are pro-
hibited from contributing direct-
ly or indirectly to any political
organization or party, from hold-
ae any executive office in any
political organization or party,
and from participating in any
political campaign. Any judge is
prohibited, also, from being a
candidate for any elective public
office unless he has resigned his
judicial office at least six months
prior to his nomination for such
office.

The final resolution of the new
constitution is salve for the
chauvinists. It is worth quoting
in full,

“Thus, we attain the goal of
complete self-government, the
last vestiges of colonialism
having disappeared in the
principle of compact, and we
enter into an era of new de-
velopments in democratic civ-
ilization, Nothing can surpass
in political dignity the princ-
iple of mutual consent and of
compacts freely agreed upon.
The spirit of the people of
Puerto Ries is free for great
undertakings now and in the
future. Having full political
dignity, the commonwealth of
Puerto Rico may develop in
other ways by modifications
of the Compact through mu-
tual consent. :

The people of Puerto Rico
reserve the right to propose
and to accept modifications ia
the terms of its relations with
the United States of America,
in order that these relations
may at all times be the ex-
pression of an agreement free-
ly entered
people of Puerto Rico and the
United States of America.”

Or may it be that the sting is yet
in the tail?



Say;

Order, and good behaviour and
manners in general, are so closely
bound up with religious faith
and Christian principles and
rules that it is essential for us
jall, and our young people in
particular, to be constantly
taught and reminded about them,
and the Sabbath is the golden
ppportunity for the Clergy and
Church helpers to perform this
vital service. I appeal also for
the co-operation of people with
social and intellectual influence.
FRANCIS GODSON.
May 16, °52.
Trade Unionists

To The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—I was intrigued by the
headlines of your Sunday’s paper
—From a West Indian point of
view Koje doesn’t come into,
or rather, doesn’t particularly
register in your mind. What ap-
pealed to me most was the
“Trade Union Students want
more money” at the bottom of
the front page.

When one seriouSly considers
that these students are coming
Trade Union leaders of the West
Indies, it makes one shudder for
the future.

It is a pity we were not in-

formed by your paper what the
present personal allowance is, a3
we could then be in a_ better
position to judge the merits of
$2.00,
The bogey of Trade Unionism
in the W.I. is the inability to ap-
preciate the “Rock” on which it
is built—i.e. Moral Obligation.
The leaders started off on the
wrong foot — mumbers and
haven't yet been able to get into
proper step.

It is very clear that these
Students know nothing of the
real meaning of Moral Obliga-
tion—to be given the opportun-
ity of learning something for
nothing and afterwards reaping
the reward of that knowledge by
earning a salary only paid to
specialized men, is worthy of
greater thought.

JOHN SHANNON.

Buy The Lady Boats
To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—-, have been a seafarer
for many years, having worked

for the Canadian National
Steamshi»y Company -and a
few other companies in and
out of Canada, Upon read-
ing and hearing about the

withdrawal of the Lady liners
from the West Indies run, I
became very interested, though
I am not employed with them at
the moment. But I must give a





thought. to the. many boys in
these islands Who may be put
out of employment, to join the
other scores of seamen on these
shores. Their complaints year
jin and year out about trade
difficulties and their losses do
mot worry me a bit. The C.N.S.
have been squealing for the
past twenty three years or more,
since they took over from the
Royal Mail Co., despite the sub-
sidies paid by these islands and
British Guiana. We must take
into account the subsidies are
taxpayers’ money and though a
small percentage of our boys
make a living they have got to
work very hard for it,

What I would suggest to the
entire Caribbean area is to buy
the ships frompthem for what
they are worth. We can make
‘them pay. en the taxpayers’
peg | will in ~ ee
jes. Wages and general handling
would be\ mudi less, more em-
pl nt, more travel facilities
for our people, one on the direct
run to the U.K, and one to
Canada via the U.S.A. To be
candid we have enough money
in Barbados, Trinidad and B.G.,,
Grenada and Jamaica for that
matter. Either the respective
Governments run them as the
Federated Caribbean Line or a
Private compeny 6n the share
basis. We have now our unified
currency, our air service, why
not our steamship service? This
is food for thought, be inde-
pendent of anybody's chips for
the service of our Caribbean
peoples.

D. C, ALLETTE,
Seafarers Union.

. ; Trinidad
Prizes from St. John the
Baptist Fair

To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—The winners of bicycles
which were raffled in aid of St.
John the Baptist Vicarage Fund
are Miss June Burnett of Hole-
town, ticket No, 642, 14t prize;
Mr. Wilbert Brathwaite of
Gibbs, St. Peter, ticket No.
3983, 2nd Prize.

Will the winners please con-
tact Mr. S. A. Walcott, Apes
Hill, St, James, with their win-
ning tickets.

The amount realised by the|the melodramatic appearance which could

Fair and the raffle was $1,559.93
sand I weuld like to take the)
opportunity to thank those firms’
end individuals who so kindly |
contributed ta this great suc-!
cess, BEN MOORE

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ADVOCATE STATIONERY

Even if most Americans
want him

By ROBERT E. SHERWOOD
Dramatist: Biographer: and close associate
of American Statesmen

THE greatest living historian, Arnold Toyn-
bee, arrived in New York the other day and
,€xpressed the thought that he would like to
' have a vote in this year’s presidential election,

_ Since all Englishmen have so great a stake in
. the outcome.

His words brought home to all of us Ameri-
cans the unappetising fact that this year we
are voting not as residents of remote com-

| munities in New Hampshire or South Dakota
but as reluctant citizens of the world.

FARTHENWARE
THE WORD FOR UNITY ALUMINUMWARE
The political pot has come to the boiling ENAMELWARE

and all

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The other can be summed up in one three
letter word: “Ike.”

To many millions of Americans those three
‘letters spell “national unity”, and that is what
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DIFFERENCES ARE SLIGHT

General Eisenhower has captured the popu-
lar imagination on both sides of the political
fence to an unprecedented degree.

Had he not decided last January to pro-
claim himself a Republican, he would now be
the odds-on favourite for the Democratic
nomination—which gives you a pretty fair
idea of how slight are the doctrinal differences
between the two parties.

If the race should be between Ike and any
one of the seven leading Democratic aspirants,
the campaign will be conducted on a reason-
ably high plane.

DON’T WANT BICKERING

Foreign policy ‘would not be an issue of
political strife.

There would be no bickering or black-
guarding over the mutual security pro-
gramme, the North Atlantic Treaty Organisa-
tion, the United Nations in Korea, the British
in Malaya, Suez, of the Sudan, or the French
in Indo-China,

The vast majority of the American people
don’t want such bickerings.

Whether or not they like the present world
situation (and, obviously, they don’t like it
any more than you do) they know now that
the situation exists and they want a President
of stature and strength to cope with it.

Eisenhower is deeply committed to the
foreign policies started by Roosevelt and ex-
panded by the Truman Administration, and
that is the chief reason why his candidacy is
vigorously opposed by powerful elements in
his own party and why he may fail to gain
the nomination, despite the upsurge of popu-
lar enthusiasm in his favour.

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You may well ask, “If most Republican
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their candidate, how can he be stopped?”

The answer lies in the peculiar and complex
processes of American party politics.

If you ask me to tell you in a few words
what these processes are, [ must confess utter
inability to do so.

I have been an American citizen since
birth 56 years ago, and I still don’t understand
our political conventions, and I don’t think
anyone else does, either.

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The formidable Republican opposition to Da Costa & Co Ltd
Eisenhower is led by Senator Robert A. Taft, °9 ©
who has been trying unsuccessfully for 12
years to reach the starting post.

This is undoubtedly his last chance.

Backing Taft are the Old Brigade of ir-
reconcilables, the perennial haters of Roose-
velt and Truman, who opposed all aid for
Britain before Pearl Harbour, and all such
measures as the Marshall Plan since the war.

With them is a solid body of conservative
citizens who sincerely believe that the only
way to get the Democrats out is to oppose
them on every issue, foreign and domestic.

Also, in the Taft faction, is General Douglas
MacArthur, who might explode all over the
American scene if the opportune moment
arrives.

TWO SOLDIERS, TWO ENEMIES
The personal enmity between MacArthur
and Eisenhower is one of the most significant
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TWELFTH NIGHT
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Olivia a regional centre to train their
NINA MICHELIN
Viola -< : ‘vsonnel
. sti tic aeons PAULINE DOWDING pet .
Maria, Olivia’s woman ELEANOR HEWITT- During the next 18 months,
MYRING ground services in the area will
1equire some 1,600 persons with
gp phe F Iliyria and the direct from “othe Globe" to Wake- bet er training; 800 of these will
ase eld. He act ir Andrew’s part be present staff (both government
souet anita’ te oc : sea aw i oe mete gg woot and nine Pima er whose
a A untry i3 it, for he was admir- training shcul be augmented,
large enough to travel for three able as Sir Toby’s butt. nd the r iain dae will he ne
ina from the coast before its Maria cements or will be needed for
boundaries are reached, accord- Maria loo a " expansion of existing services
orm of travel whether by coach, could do to marry her. And, if regional centre be started on a
horseteack or foot is not known, there is any fault to be found with eel ge gg MP see cone
- je ae oonne roughly fix > eg ae —~ is not common re aa ken a a dapat i +
its boundaries. e country is enough. though the maid of a year, with the possibility of lete f
ruled by a bachelor Duke: its Countess she is not the Countess’ expansion, It points out that there
aristocracy includes Lords, at Social equal, but rather of the serv- A SCENE from the play “Twelfth Night”, which is being produced *by James Grossmith and Philip a8 no adequate exisiiig civ INSIST ON
— one Countess, and, two je er ae. S the Saye are Hewitt-Myring. Ron. 6 aining seats in on of “er :
nights who appéar to have ye when he maids of — SpE oe Phe ae wee ed eee f+) egylghhe aim — TI aribbean countries which coulc ‘ 7
strayed thither from Elizabethian Countesses are of equal or more EDUCATION VOTES serve to meet these needs in its ay
England. There is an army— pa of superior birth to their anesranisaisment esent form. Countries whose
comprised largely of Officers— thet vee nollie caleaeeee bas nationals wotild benefit from such
i ‘ C appearing dif- a centre are Colombia, Costa Rica,
° et and, of course, -—_ Dey roles, which is the ( INNE Ck SSAR y Bl RD VV — ania unin me SOLD AT ALL THE LEADING STORES
In this country of romantic io bo abel Sedge Mate ico, Nicaragua, Panama, El Salva-
geography heart troubles are achieved by q ¢ 1 nb : : 5 : 3 doy and Venezuela, All concerned
popular. Illyria, therefore, has interpestatino. of the a oan THE ADDITION of Latin, Spanish and Mathematics SearaET 1 theim he seems to have pre Spanish-speaking, and the
much in common with Ruritania, He played the difficult part of | to the curriculum of the Elementary Schools in Barbados pate ne gh oo mal aca peaiied re reemmnenes Ss “a a
a doe 'ane wean y gingomered land, Malvolio. with restraint and avoid- is a most absurd proceeding. It does not take one of Her away from the conclusion arriv- i RaRnelaea Caan the "lanunnaaia
be cae reigning house is pre~ ed the pitfall of overacting in the Majesty’s Inspectors to see that the addition was unneces- ed_a living employment, and general
: er by a be.uuful young cross-gartered scene with Olivia. , a less 1 an insult to tl Se lary Sck ls of this If 1@ did not examine ther itd 7 Pe ‘ 7
princess. In Ruritania there are (Idris Mills is a Shakespearean sary, useless and an insult to the Secondary Schools of this 1.0, ne failed as an administra- ®Viation conditions and problems
blacke villians than in Illyria, clown par excellence. His inflex- island. Further it was a fundamental error in that it tended tive officer to weigh, not only the 2"¢,28 similar as possible to those
but this needs must be for Ruri- ions of voice brought out all the to unbalance the scale of values. facts and circumsiances existing 1% the maiority of the countries
tania is altogether a more glamor- ie = hw ae ne Pont It was unnecessary because it correctly and in other ways fill at the time, but to guage the of the region.
ous state, Hunting the “Heart” ow archaic, urther- had been conclusively proved that junior administrative posts, mak- effect which might result from
is in both states the main occu- Pre he oon delightfully, the number of children who dur- ing out pay sheets, checking stores, any decision taken by him, Secty. of State For The
Pation and sport of those who Phili +e Zanes 3 » writes ing the last ten years had acquired writing reports, etc. Colonies To Visit W, Africa
figure in the local Debrett. And Dp itt-Myring in his inter- 4 ‘secondary educé and who That point ne@ds no ifurther Net Result
if we find the inhabitants of ies Feat teen Note, “. . .can had found it impossible to explanation. And what is the effect? Poten- The Secretary of State for the
Illyria a trifle tedious we are re- er cot oe in the female employment in consonance The subsidiary point is that tial employers say that children Colonies, the Rt, Hon. Oliver Lyt-
i 2 8; which is more than Shake- that education, indicated a wrong t re teachers in the Elemen- cannot write oper letters of telto 1S.0.. I ’ > ylan
minded by the Production Note speare could.” Are these as good “\"* Me . . aS ye. pro} elton, D.S.0., M.C., M.P, ple
that Illyria was inhabited before as Shakespeare's youths is the agar rage a hte it one ae ahenten a aoeeecehiens Saconepey: teachers to visit West Africa, leaving the
Barbados had been heard of, and next question, and the answer is PP&SSe® Me bees dal hicl . ited tc ‘Seber’ Hair onbiiaee say that pupils coming from the United Kingdom on May 22 and
We must gain what consolatioa in the negative. The arts f and vocational schools which not inclined to learn them either elementary schoo’s have not ac- spending some time in Nigeria, the
we can from this fact Olivia, Viola and Maria were wou ap ry achools by supplying Mand ean som, & oe i Sie’, | oo Sneleiny 'f Sewn Satelk < tem, Sleeve Lae. sao Tas ARRIVED
ima a peared i ee fore tne secondary schools by supp!) g Many o nese om my person roundwork on hich to build: Gambia before re‘urning to the .
Artificial Play or toe = you Shakes a vias opportunity for those with partic- knowledge were compelled. to Stee WEEN hen Ray that can United Kingdor 1 ‘a dune 10.
“Twelfth Nigl.t” is one of ee thiaenot _ ti eapeere's ay) ular aptitudes and whose abilities seek out tutors to keep them of them cannot fai “anda of sur- 5 ; POMPEI LOTION BATH ©
Shakespeare’s most artificial py pis Siiiiiases ‘These Settee did not afford them to make the ahead of the children. It was an Cates rh bartaly given dimen: i y ? ATH CAPS
; ¢ ; 7 x . - st use the classica raining. embarrassi situati for some |. a AZURES T ZAS
plays. He has put into the mouth day present somewhat similar full . Lean gine “ae vay wets yt situation for some yions. (One workman, the most EXHIBITION AZUREA LOTION BREAST PUMPS
ef his character Fabian the difficulties to the singing parts in ,. Pilger eaters ens 9 : efficient of his kind in this island ~ . . me . a ‘
remark. “If this were played li labour this point but because I An Insult ; FLORAMYE LOTION VAGINAL SPRAYS
upon a stage no I ei ae i cognate a oe a eater desire to make it clear that teach~ The addition was an insult to tells. me that some cannot read EXTENDED
a stage Ww, c on- castrati singers. nd i ina EPs + a er =e yas : ‘A > velve shes ruler 4 4 EVE D' J : SON'S
demn it as an improbab.e fic- Michelin and Pauline Dowding did ©* parents, children and the pub- the Secondary Schools because it = m1 ave I mae wey ‘ : : Tc Ln eee rg ee eran
tion.” ‘This was said of Mal- not convince us, the fault is not lic should not misunderstand 1 T was an implied accusation that 11, qeachicg’ bt smuaenalee’ ap- ORE SS tie nbereee ano wD Also DUNHILL CIGARETTY, HOLDERS WITH FILLERS
satin’ é ; : wh irs. ~ add simply: these schools were not carrying out “© ° . en by the public in Ivan Payne’ re , oo ere ver eee _
eee be ome me +e wane Sehts wnick wae: ane Ii we already had a surplus their functions as adequately and Pears to have been justified by Hehipition of oil cations ba
app aN . : i is un~ ef children who had a secondary efficiently as was desirable and Subsequent circumstances. If we ;
titling the play “Twelfth Night common in their male forebears” ; : : the Museum, the exhibition
: Wh J Will? Shakespeare in these parts. Nina Michelin as instead of technical education the Elementary Schools had to be @re to have technical and voca- will not end to-day (Tuesday) |
or at you 1 Shakespeare ce ot - but who could not find suitable pressed into service. And e tional training then the addition ;
appears to feel that any title the Countess gave to her role in eae s th x : but will be extended until |
oe A , “iCall it Hat o like’ turn the required frigidity and employment it was unnecessary Secondary Teachers sat under of mathematics might be justi- Wednesday 28th May. | poeomrmrapeatcemnene
wi o — “Call it what you e warmth, and her every move- to add [ the ranks of thd this insult without a protest or fied; but for the correctness ot ie
in modern parlance. And, some nent was graceful. Viola was in- potentially discontented. even a grumble when they knew the record and in fairness to my- }
pf the wee has — eereee clined to address the audience in- Some might be heard to eee that the material turned out from self let me add that at the time anvnnwtyactnatemeshcisattammsasisieetiesattststipeiiagses |
ere-not for the eyes of readers stead of Olivia in her love scenes, 2gainst me, the argument that I the Elementary schools was notethe decision was taken to add
of The Advocate. : this was, apparently, a “family @0 not want poor ewionele = Fue of the required standard. En- maths to the curriculum there "Can you lend me a
So artificial a play requires an failing” for Sebastian was inclined taught Latin ete., but the real trance exams, hag proved this was no efrtainty that we would 2?” ee)
extremely skilled cast to infuse to do the,same. truth is that I want to see them statement, get technical and voéational a Paradol tablet ; \}
life into its plot, further, it must Small Auditorium taught. and taught properly too, Analysis gchoo!s vt i
be a caste able to speak Shake- C those things which will help them Now let us examine the funda- if the. implied -~ criticisms ‘ @e
speare’s lines so that these carry In so small a theatre as the to make a living. What does it mental issues. The Director of ; . . PEAS elas 5
See ¢ Sas ¥ Pocket Theatre the audience is pene » elementary school boy Educ: By + ee, cror OF against the Elementary Schoois {
meaning and conviction to the : benefit the elementary sch boy Education must have _ satisfied i {
a za embarrassingly near the stage; y-no is destined to be a carpenter Simealf ’ 7 wae mean anything then they show ))) Vv
eudience. The amateur cast of 4 a mucite, woo 18 Gestined e a cary Himself (a) that it was necessary that the basic training ia h 5
es mh 2 there is, therefore, no necessity > the at ‘i 7 : 1a e basie training for whic
fs — RPo ; . to know that Latin caput means to have more dre ase 3 v \
b 1 i nor iildren taught I
the British Council’s production (except in asides) for actors to head and manus means hand, For tin, Spanien « 2 or 2 taugh' : these schools were established Originally This Week’
thus started with a severe handi- address the audience during the jne there is a difference between thet the Bie hoe Sahaeieton ’) and maintained is not being i KARDOMAH TEA—per 1,-Ib pkts ae. 35
cap, which it only surmounted action of the play. Every word the delightfully aesthetic and the carry viementary schools were given, If this basie training is not o \OFFEE 1 :
ae | Re : ag a rte aes ic é carrying out their curriculum ful- 5 y} AK. COFFEE—per '5-Tb pkts, . 10 64
when Sir Toby Belch, Sir Andrew can be heard in so small an audi- golidly practic 7 si : being given then these schools | 0) a ae ;
Aguecheeck, "Maria and Feste torium, and it is stultifying to the ~ 14 Was useless because even the Se a ie teal tas ert t ey are not functioning as efficiently : é Neen SARDINES—per tin 20 18
were on the stage. The pace of role if the audience is addressed few who knew Latin and Spanish ing of 1 Se tes should *be ex. #8 they should. Wren a Girt doesn’t want to leave | a oe rappel nent ped abe. nay 1.92
the production was not fast meee of = See would find little use for it (and tended and (d) that there was a J Jeave it to parents and the class—-and have to make embarrass. CRAWFORD'S CBEAM CRACKERS
enough, and other scenes drag- eaviey aS 1 yh G ntl 71’) especially Latin) in everyday life. sufficiently large number of quali- public to say now _ whether tng explanations—-it's Paradol she | )) —per tin 1.64 1.20
ged, Nina Michelin and Pauline was adequate, and, the Gentlemen ne children in the elementary fied teachers to carry o the Other subjects should have bee asks for. For Parado . SLEFTEeItG) SSWPTTT ER eo — a naeenrnnacinshann nes iene
- d he Duk 2 f each carry Lit i J d have been aradol means quick SWIFTS POTTED MEAT, PATE OT
Dowding are both inclined io attending ; . ie indeed 4 their schools are those who become work added to the curriculum of the] relief from suffering cause I" kt SAVOURY SPREAD--pe ith ener
eccent sentences in the wrong sat payie sith dignity aoe labour 's, artisans and public, He cannot now, without doing Elementary Sch»ols when the periodic pains—headache shane tt SWIFTS CHEESE—12-0z fin Pie : "3
ee ao we ee oe teens The play was beautifully oe ue h as policemen, violence to his reputation as an fundamentals were not being} without disagreeable after-effects, |} LION CURRY POWDER—ver tin 4 07. 6 )
al weep, o a —o ines costumed, and great credit is are « - y anne a i edue! tionalist, say that he did not taught efficiently. Ask your druggist for Paradol, |t CANADIAN PURE ALMOND, CHERRY,
was haited and the dramatic due to Sandra Grossmith for ste i sp al and wri oe english entertain these questions If he a ee scientifically compounded from i { RASPLERRY., ESSENCE bent 19
effect lest. the lavish and delightful rare r ; ae te ee ingredients. The name “Dr. Chase” |) ©:&,8-. COD ROES—per tin : 49
A Poor Part clothes worn by the inhabit- te your assurance 1 nan }} DOMINION SWEET CORN (Cream Style)—per tin 40 Hh
Risley Tucker looked magnifi- ants of Illyria. aeons DR ch 22 |\ DENMOR SLICED HAM—per 1b 1'o1
7 ; ; ‘“ to the eye. A good start was ’ \) ,
Srsino a muslanchely cue be made by using a Theatre Page » CHASE'S i COCKADE FINE RUM i
Sad len seen ae with a placard to denote the PARADOL i sn ae) SaaS ; 2 »
was less\ convincing, “Shake- MIMh Bue foeuont nfo ao | STANSPELD, SCOTT & CO. LTD. |
mwa 3 a tunately, this was soon discon- vick Relief from Pain mmm eed

tian for his is a poor part. Alfred
Pragnell, however, did his best,
and he succeeded in making
Sebastian live in the duci
scene. It is to be hoped that we
hall see Mr,, Pragnell again in
future productions. Geoffrey
Hunte as the Sea Captain has a

bark which is worse than his* is Troy” and it was, It would n
bite. Richard Le Fanu was both have been preferable not to @ S e@

a convincing Sea Captain and have begun with placards than re
Elizabethian, He spoke his lines to abandon their use half wh

with feeling, distinction and a eee ee cen, ee

clarity not found elsewhere in ave eye OUR Se Lwne By

the caste. If cnly the lovers hd

tinued. The reason was that
scenes in the text labelled
“Street adjoining Olivia's
House” or “Room in Olivia's
House” took place in the Gar-
den. This did not matter, for
Shakespeare’s players placed a
placard on a cart saying “This

tem” as Philip Hewitt-Myring
says, but, need the audience be









LSP oo



appreciated Shakespeare’s Eng- th it. One longed
lish as did Mr. Le Fanu, the pro- earn eee “shade” during ae THE NEW
duction would have been out- performance.
standing. ® The theory held locally that
The ports of Sir Toby Belch Sir Shakespeare is too difficult for
Andrew Asuecheek, Maria, Mal- amateurs has been smashed. It is For Weddings, Anniversaries
volio and Feste played by James to be hoped that further Shake- Birthdays, Christenings, ete,

Grossmith, Miles Skewes-Cox,
Eleanor Hewitt-Myring, Frank
Collymore and Idris Mills respec-
tively. could searcely have been
bettered. The play was vigorously
alive when these players were on
the boards.

James Grossmith is an excellent
Shakespearean actor, whether
drunk or sober during the course
of the play his performance was
finished and convincing. Miles
Skewes-Cox might have come





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on an even larger scale. Great
credit is due to all concerned for
a really worth while evening's en-
tertainment, which is not to be
limited to Bridgetown, The criti-
cism offered is not unkindly meant,
for it would be ungracious in this
cultural desert to destroy any

mirage provided by those who are
not themselves professional
players.

—NEVELLE CONNELL.



THE PLAY “Twelfth Night” opened at the Pocket Theatre, “Wakefield”, last night and will be staged

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ar: TELEPHONE 2508 oe REAL ESTATE THs RAE Bazeras AGRICUL- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all|~—\yonTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW oo,
A DO BANK AOT, 1943 persons having any debt or claims against SOOSS
UGLAS FTR PURLIN and prin-| Te the creditors > Mene ZEALAND LINE LIMITED.
DIED FOR ciple close bearded and shingled roof, | *€sinst GRANE cca RETREAT @r affecting the csiate of Ade Moo | (M.A.NZ LENE) 2 The M.V. “CARIBBEE” will
oa covering a pen 140 ft. x 60 ft., two spans Finstations tn Bt, Geemnees. lete ot Primes % ‘peint Mich “GLOUCESTER” is schediiled to|® 30cePt, Catgo and | Passaigets
nday, 19th May, 1952 20 feet each containing 20 trusses and| TAKE NOTICE that ee ey ot a —_ Dans —_ se ee eat from Port Pirle May ‘Bist soon ibe & for Dominica, Antigua, Monts
The funeral Ww le ———— " ti * * in tl w ied 0; e itr “ a y a”, :
. prospect \TOMOTIVE approximately "20,000, feat of Tumher | the above Plantation am sbout to obtain |day of July 1981 are died on the 14th) Sune Sth, Melbourne June 1th, Sydnev | Scling priday aard_ inst. Kitts, Sto ped in 24 Hours
og AU , ‘s Sloman. a Somes wee Hanson | loan of £18,000 under the provisions of} in particulars of their ciAims duly at-|June 24th, Brisbane July 5th, arriving at Salling Fridey 06 ine. |
Cemetery ends odel. | , on me oe oy t against the said Plantations to the undersigned Hesketh | Barbados about August @th. : ee eo eee” wh La) -
atten | CAR—Ford Prefect late | 1000 mn ge | — -0.5—Oo. |S report of the Agricultural year 1952} Chatham Pollard, c/o Messrs Haynes &| In addition to general cargo this vessel R 2ccept Cargo and Passengers for a ,
a Beatrice Rogers |General condition good. Mileage unde? | “EinGALOW-—At Garrison with bull +a Grifith, Solicitors, No, 12 High Street,|has, ample space for chilled and hard | § Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
2 \Â¥6.000. Apply: Withnall, | Fontabell@, |, reases, gus, electricity, ru t] No, money iaas been borrowed under | Bridgetown on oF before the 30th dag | frozen cargo. R Nevis, and St. Kitts, Sailing
| Phone 3409 5.52 ‘lin B only £3,600 ee = ne ee Atts fat. ke or the |of May 1962, after which date I shall pro-) Gargo accepted on through Bills of | ¥ i Mv “CACIQUE DEL.
ll ) ? 2 ‘Act i. oa 7 : . a , p
IN MEMORIAM Austin, A. 70 Hampshire, in| *t SE 73:82 gn: |" Dated ‘Chie 11th day of Ray, “i082 cand to distribute the newts Oe teerets | Lading for Wanchioment st Trine 23 (8 Seaccgers tor ec Luc, “Be
Di 26 c $ i ND: 3s Pe Saye rustees, Ertate of E T. h ving regard only to such claims of which ir ulana, ‘ar an ra . assengers or . aucta, =

aed a 5.6.83 AND: Spots of Land at Fitts Vil- P # . 7 = ec") | Islands m Vincent, Grenada, and Aruba

GRANT: ¥ loving memory of 16.6,58—S0- |e a. 2 . per A. P. COX. I shall them have bad notice and I will ; ; ; .

Beloved Mother, Beatrice Grar - msncmsne te cae oan buding Bn am Road, Attorney. not be liable for the assets or any part For further particulars apply- Sailing date to be notified.
died on the 12th May 1932 . Asistin A-99 199) model. yoy: |L. M. Clarke, Jeweller, No Soc 17.5.52—3n. | theteot so distributed to any person of | PURNESS WITHY & CO., LTD BW SCHOONER se wid

Hing mother so gen q i driver in < ol 0 é . . . : det - “+ ” , 4
Gant a ennert memory she left {w. G. Nowell, Bushy Park, St Thomas. | St., or Phone 3757 or Ole. THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL- bs had or claim 1 shall not then ‘TRINIDAD. ASSOCTA’ 3
| behind 17.5.53-—-S 20.5.52—1n TURAL BANK as 7 mand ali yee ndchted and Consignee. Tele, No. 447 —
. t . — capeeeeieasatsinsiitiieatiiniiadteaaicreialt inten. 2 persons 1 to the said DA COSTA & CO., LTD., Bleeding gums, sore mouth, or loose
: ng nights she bore | ——————— a
Long. ams, Jong niet ' SATCOw Ti) Hillman Car 1861, perfect| "SHARES—.. limited number of OR- To. the creditors Belding specialty l-ns] estate are requested to settle their said BARBADOS, BW. teeth mean that you are & Victine at esase
God himself knew what AR One (eying Big Tyres. Phone | DINARY SHARES in THE BARBADOS vetemen indebtedness withou y. rhea ot :
oe ™ 0149 or 3787 195.52—-Sn.|SHLPPING & TRADING CO. LTD. at Dated this 24th day of March 1952 That wal eventually catise you te lone ail
And took our dear Mother awa eee Daodel. Manel as pe One Fear ee duty. Before your time Bince the great wroria
Teday hath 2 nt a ~ le = = sities iste " mnileage suitabie r + eet tak War tout the world s9 tha —_ a
hemnories « wen ea sae apply: R. G that four ov e
James Grant (Husbar Melvor (USA +] Tax o 500.00. 5 are sufferers sooner or late: in
; Rockley Goli Club Tel AUCTION bef it is
lone, Norman, Hazied? Vaspert i ” 0.5.52—10 No bas time and stop these diseases before
4 20.5.5 7 ——————— money been borrowed under too late, because they often cause not only
; 20. 5. 52 Bans as ae ar seas the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the CANADIAN SERVICE $28 joss'of teeth, but also chronic rheuma~
One MON TRUCK—Ring_ 2831 Nick | aemaged in ee. nace titted above Aat in respest of such year. NOTICE tism and heart trouble.
Deane. Francia Plantation, St. George. | to offer this vehicle for sale by Aucti hee disco’
So skin | Sites this vehicle tor sale by Aucko, | Trumecs, Maas of 8. T. Cox, Letters of application will be received From Montreal and Halifax eee - my: very of an Pri vn
siden — May at 2.30 p.m. undersigned up to 4 p.m. on $$$ | scientist, fights these troubles in @ new
| SackouP. Hillman 10 h.p. Pick-up| JOHN M. BLADON & COMPANY, per A. P. COX, Thursday May 22nd for one vacant Expected Arrival | and quick way. It penetrates right to the
lin good working order, Dial 3878 Auctioneers. Attorney. j River Side scholarship tenable at St. iontreal Halifax Dates, Bridgetown, | Toot of the trouble, stops gums bleed-
. | DaCosta & Co Ltd. Electrical Dept 18.5,53—4p. 17.5.52—3n. | Michael's Girls’ School. Barbados ing the very first cay, qi 'y wages the
9 j,' DaCosta ¢ ’ ee . - Rs tes s.s. “SUNDIAL” 3 soreness out of mouth, and soon
2 5.52—In nceseneceer eee ta ———————— Candida: must be daughters of . - 30 April 5 May 25 May
se gl i ctneeiene SLL Gi” LAWRENCE GAP, | 205 AGMERULMUBAS AIDS ADT. 1008 iperyats in straitened ciroumstances and 8.8. “ORIONE” Coe ae or 19 May 2 June enter We anne, tha reantis thst
REIZAR—In ever loving env Tu AY 20th from 13 To the erediters holding specialty lens | must be between the age of 9 years and |'¥- “SKAUVANN” 30 May 4 June 20 June users get: “I suffere
ESD. *% MORRIS r Amosan users suffered from Trench

Kathleen Keizar who pasted | ELECTRICAL CHAIRS, ROCKERS, UPRIGHT CHAGRS, against WELOHES Plantation, §t.'12 years, s.s. “A VESSEL” i Es 14 June 19 June 4 July Mouth and Prorrhea for ten years. M:

Teward on) May 20th, 14 1 cence —_——-- ROUND DINING TABLE (sand box Thomas. The application must be accompanied |< _—— — S aaa ums were sore and blee: and T had
“Time takes off the ede of privt | BATTERIES Ediswan Batteries. @ } TAKE NOTICE that I the owner of the | with a birth certificate, . ost four teeth, while several other teeti:

feet) TABLES, PLANT STANDS ali in UNITED KINGDO) ERVI
But memory turns back every | voit, 21, 18 anc 15 plates; 12 Volt, °.| Mahogany, Rush bottom Shaire, electric | 2bOve Hamed plantation, am about to | ay MS cE Weny Snings locrTnen henrd of this ‘new
Cee ney ena) Gwen amd Avs) snd 13 plates, Get our prices Sirs\ | standing lamps. double hedetesd, spring obtain a loan of £3,000 under tue _ DOROTHY BARROW, From South Wales, Liverpool and Glasgow Uiscovery Amosan. In 24 hours %
rey (daughters Annette c@rand- | Dial 9878 and 4710, Da, Costa & Co. L4G.) mattress, single bedstead; Mah “Night | gs) of the above Act, against the Secretary, River Side Club, cnn EE eR ee ne cmemameunanemrtnnnn 1 Ae 2s See Bee Ieee ;
dauanier) ene ~).5.52—10) | Electrical Dept 16.5.52—60. | poy Bureau, Cedar Hanging Wardrobe. gar, Molasses and other crops of the Bank Hall X Road, South Expected Arrtva\ ‘The soreness in my mouth d fi
ae meena ‘carthenware, kiteh, @ | Paid plantation to be reaped in 1963 St. Michael Wales Liverpool Glasgow Dates Bridgetown three days and in two weeks 1 found shat
: _ wien T= . ; ; ~~ 4i0aa0 | & aware, oar ware, en ware No money has yet been borrowed | 20.9.52—In - my loose teeth were mui Higbee 6

LOVELI—In constant meme ELECTRIC MOTORS _ he 220) Cement lee Box-Double electric Stove. | oocinst the sald crops eee Z I cowld eat the hardest of food.”
dear Husbe nd F f Alvin GC | ts, Single Phase, Dial 3878 or 47™)./ Oven, Singer Treadle Machine, with Dated this 17th Bye ¢ May, 1962 THE BUGAR INDUSTE arene nena 5.8. ‘N 0. ROGENAES .. 28 Apr.t 2May 6 May 20 May

Lovell who was called to rest « way |DA. COSTA & CO. LTD Electrics! |} moter and light. TERMS CASH. jay © ay, A STRY AGRICUL- 8.5 ‘SUNMONT”’ ap aa 19 May 28 May 14 June Guaranteed

18, 1960 ] Dept 16.5.53-—6n ®. ARCHER McKENZEE, FF POE TURAL BANK ACT, 194% 8.8 “FEGGEN” : § June 18 June 24 June 10 July Amosan works eee and so certain

y ise 3 . se ¥ —-— ti \ s. “SUNWHIT” .. 30 Jun 5 1 ly 1 that i uarantee si our
fon eater | VAN BATTERY CHARGERS AT 6 Sdn. 11.8.08--On, | To bebe oragitore pelaing, spectelty Mens ” sind diieal Mies Seen from biceaibe, ond sore mouth. st .
No treasure on earth « replace z% fee wp to DR ie Rt Batter ains| lantation, St, Lucy. your your or
a eee : t } Amps se —_—<—$—$—$ TAKE NOTICE that I, the Owner of money back on return of empty ie.
a Seer eee Sree p equivalent at 6 Amps. Ser of UNDER THE SILVER i Don't take a chance on losing your A
» pens le Phase circuit. Dial NEW ARTERS the above Plantation am about to obtain ae sy ©
da w fe mia (Dauginte | =87 “% DA. c ost A & CO. LTD HAMMER The Star on Hair Dressing Mee of £250 under the provisions of UNITED KINGDOM ANI) CONTINENTAL SERVICE mUfOrIDg | te Sle et Amos Phat
Authymn. Arinda, _ is | Electrical Dept 165.536 On Tuesday 2th the Furniture at “Le- Saloon of Shepherd Street, moyed a yon ee ee ey vane te) From Antwerp, Rotterdam and London chemist today under this cae poets
Mr. & Mrs. Bila ee ces "wie Used only | TOMAuet Dover Reach, order of Mrs to 48, Tdor ‘Street on where ‘old to 1983 . vas Sess vaio osa Othing ae $he
2.5. E DGE--Deep Freete. Grafton Simpson and new ¢ ts can conveni- No money has been borrowed i E ted uacgntee pro-

} 2425 00. Phone 97-37 ently att ed to, especially by ana Aur a n bo ‘owe un C3 K i xpec Arrival ts you.
= 3 a » FROTMAN & CO. || Soheiniment gf sting and ‘scalp | [above Act ign the case’ may” Be) in movery Kotterdam Londen Dates Reldectown, | For Pyorrhea~Trench Mouth

Daddy v w ar ro “4 rea’ en Ou! aum —le =
y HLM.V. RADIOGRAMS —— New Moat 0.5.-in |] Woon — 1 p.m. to 8 9m "ited thie Tith day of May, 1982 m.v. “BRUNO” 12 May 15 May 22 Ma ag I

. ith 2 speed Changers and Record Cab- . . s. “ FEDER. ee 9: ee y y une i
; . } et. Dial 3878 or 4110, DA. COSTA & A. SIMMONS, 8.8 AL VOYAGER i8 June 16 June 23 June 7 Juky ARRIVED t
; = ' : TD. Electric pi ner
eee EDUCATIONAL 17, 8:88—3n. Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703 Another Shipment of the
ee = misses him 7 = ~- | VACUUM CLEANERS— Three pines to NOTICE Ne cia cetnninediats—vaaian POPULAR
mstant - , _ 1: sleet nm. Kee inact bd ners J
Beushier Amina Sen Ste ieBa’ COSTA| APrLICATIONS ty oo oor more | GOVERNMENT NOTICES 0 ecm 048 oooxRs
» ’ Electrical Dept a —— st ~~~ Vestry Exhibitions | e ia Sey ds these have nov yet
————————— em 16.5.82- at Harrison liege will be received | ee DONE:
unsere Treast Sa hat aiial ~=|by the Clerk of the Vestry up. to, *) APPLICATIONS FROM WOMEN FOR TRAINING AS — of next shipment will be
jevoted and asbar *STOCK moon on Friday, the 23rd day of May,/} T TRAINI - fe.

Philips wt LIVES 1982 MIDWIVES AT THE MA ERNITY NG Why not call at your Gas Show- |

oe et in eae te tapered Bee | eee Pat wns Oe Sena HOSPITAL — __.-_--—— ||] rooms, Bay Street TO-DAY anc

WE oo og wen » corel eee ee i MG, Comper. | inn cam ast be tae ee Fe mt APPLICATIONS are invited from women between the ages of 18 NEW YORK SERVICE. secure one of these cookers. |
Tne days we pe not * rtland. St. Peter. Phone ee sn oa 2 of age eon Seth June.| and 30 for training as midwives at the Barbados Maternity Hospital. if Ya
Are very~herd to find . 952, proved Baptisma) . . A STEAMER sails May 9th— yes Bar 3
Life was desired | eee eee icin Ol gent Certisnete which must accompany the The course of training will extend over a period of 18 months ‘A, STEAMER sails eee bartasoe May Sith.

But Jesus knew Eternal rest MULES: 2 a Mules | TS | applica | and wili start lst Al t, 1952 | odpeceegeuiven oe ‘
a a Ring Francia Plantation, 2851 Forms of application can be obtained and W s on is ugust, . | — = ss o El l ll .
for you 5s 1 . 2 * ne
py ag wl Ae RT oss 20.5.52—in | from the Vestry Clerk's Office. Selected opplicants will receive a training allowance of $14.00 | NEW ORLEANS SERVICE. ecirical nsta! ations
family. 20.5.52—1r an 2 | per month. : The “ALCOA PIONEER” sails May 10th i 1
bf ite MISCELLANEOUS E. C. REDMAN, = s Phe ee at vo —arrives Barbados May 24th. R pair
TUDOR: aio : ——_—_ Clerk, St, Michael's Vestry, | Applications should be addressed to the Matron, Maternity Hos- MER eels Many: Oth—eeriven: Batvados suns TU. and he 8.
Ten cor the ; MOAT nay eaten, a | pitai, Bank Hall, St. Michael, and should be submitted not later than |= ee Our Wiring Department carries
The hil See On a Pusatin. Price 2/- bot. Knight's NOTICE the 14th June, 1952. 14.5.52.—2n. | CANADIAN SERVICE 5 ee nan “unbertone
is cae |e eS RES | reer a oan eee iin ae a
hear ae er lov cmp. | QUEEN'S COLLEGE will be received by MEDICAL OFFICER GRADE ‘B’ TUBERCULOSIS DIVISION, | M Arrives Barbados | Factories.
Mother Sen ‘ ot ¥ all the Clerk of the Vestry up to 12 noon HEAL’ s/s “ALCOA PILGRIM” ane see, ae or Dial 3878 or 4710
- ° y n .
(sister), § ner). Even | spain; colours with 'reund or square on Wednesday, an May 188, LTH DEPARTMENT, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO oe a FT: oo to. ~~ oe PIER, aR. ay UO
Small (Niece) . 99.5:08--do | tables to matoh. | Pure hase yours now **| parishioners in straitened circumstances Applications are invited for appointment to the vacant post ot ae ee pa - May 30th vues 9th Practice on Ours.
17.6.53—mn. | and mast ot ns _ — a Medical Officer Grade ‘B’ Tuberculosis Division, Health Department. : Beh Ae xm ee ee ~ ih =. sctrical Dept reve
" ~ : {nan os igsd to be proved by a Baptigmal | Trinidad and Tobago ag NORTHBOUND 16.5.52—6n.
HOUSES . 1.008 ee reovagl. a mmggor Gactificate ‘which rust cnungeny tet a s/s “ALCOA POINTER” Due Barbados May 17th for St. Lawrence River Ports
: jkeep yo Floers looking new. Dial | application 2 7 ait
BILTMORE—Fitty V J ee 18.8.52-60. | ors ine Vesta Gaxs Ome $5,280x240—$5,760 per annum. A salary above the minimum
—Fitts Village, BIOS eee anenneen | TESS ae Bs sa 3 il : *

On sea. Three Bedrooms, Dining and| GARDEN HOSE: x" Garden How between the hours of 19 a.m. andj will be paid if the officer's experience justifies it. ROBERT THOM LTD.— NEW YORK & GULF SERVICE
Drawing rooms, Electricity, running water and Fittings. City Garage Co., 12 noon Qualifications :— Apply:— DA COSTA & CO., LTD. CANADIAN SERVICE
ir each room. Garage and servant's room. | Street 1.5. S841 BC REDMAN. i f
Dial 0285. 176.630 | Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry. (2) Medical qualification registfable in Great Britain and by| .s.sosesesosescooocosos": r
tn TRONERS—Oprim Industrial Ironers. A 17.5.52-@". ne Medical Board of Trinidad and T .-PEVOOSSCOOGSSSSFFTF9 F209 | % ONE “FRIGIDAIRE” Electric

FARAWAY-=St. Philip, coast. 3 bet!-\ complete Broner for Home ot Lan. | Soe obago. Deep Freeze.
weomen Fully farniened, Lighting Plant. |‘Diat S818 or ene, DA COSTA & CO WANTED i (b) More than five ($) years’ Post-graduate experience as a IF YOU REQUIRE— 8 |% _oNE “WESTINGHOUSE” Electric

‘atermill supply, Double Car Port, LTD,, Electrical Dept. Chysics 4 atin Hn R ice mak ine, ‘i
servant rgomnay Prom. May, jet. Phen | 19.5.89~60 | Ehysiclan, with experience in 8c trestment of Tuberculosis and SHIP'S TACKIM, FISHING LINES, HOOKS, PAINTS, }|% base ey.
GA. ae OE ence ee re HELP : ‘i i :
a= | NEW STOCK OF BOOTS De eeheesicsitecetielioneaierer Status : . OR BUILDERS HARDWARE OF ANY KIND Pedy Sal. me heated cote ane

-- ern furnished Bunéa- SAL’ lor Cattle, sheep , *
BUNGABOW—-Modern f hed B TS for Cattle, sheep ete. 2 ibs for or

An Assistant WORKS ENGINEER. |

crpable of supervising 2 workshop and) Permanent and pensionable. TRY unit.

low on St. James Coast, 3 bedrooms, gic. at Bruce Weatherhead Limited, seai-






2 toilets ang “baths, running hot and ce ng Agents for Messrs. Boots Lid. of | p, z oe M One gas heated stainless steel
Rater. A Poder canvenienges. f cttingham 20.5 52—-Sn Pounds. igen eee eee -| Quarters :— CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD hot water urn.
’ §.5.53—t ———_ A | must have knowledge of seale drawt- ; ji e q
a RECORDS Clearing our stock of MGM I snd experience in the direction of | Not guaranteed, but where available, rent is payable by the SPECIALIST IN DWARE COLLINS’ LTD.
NAVY GARDENS: Well f tecords. Three for Two Dollars, you’ | ‘sbour lofficer at a rate of ten percent (10%) of his salary. In the case of



modern house, July to Dec. i
Linen “and silver if necessars
able rent. Phone 2580 20.5

f testimonials t be ‘ ‘.
Contes eee neeieen isis must «a | an overseas officer who is not pri ywided with quarters, a house allow-

1952. For particulars relating to salary ance will be paid equivalent to the difference between rental paid by |



a’
Subseribe now to the Dally Telegraph
England's leading Daily Newspaper nov
arriving in Barbados by Air only @ few
jays after publication in London Con
tact: kan Gale, c/o Advocate Co., Lid

Local Representative, Tel. 3118.
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NEWHAVEN — Crane Coast, 4 bed
rooms, Fully furnished, lighting Plo |
Watermill supply, Double Garage thre
servant rooms. For May and from Oc
tober Ist Phone 4476.

and other conditions, appl: te:
Manager, The Barbados Pounace Limi-| the officer and ten percent (10% ) of his mofithly salary subject to a

ne he oe oe Part jRoad.| maximum of fifty dollars ($50) per month for a married officer and
twenty dollars (20) per month for an unmarried officer.
Passages :—



J& R BREAD

PROVIDES THAT TRIPLE GOODNESS
BEST IN NUTRITION

tian NT EEE
An Assistant FOREMAN capable ot |
epee Fe gy ee Depart-
ment, Applicant m ve knowledge , ;

ment King sketches and reading blue|_. Free first class passage on first appointment for the officer and
prints, te oe | bis family not exceeding five (5) persons in all in the case of an
Copies of recent monials must be | . °

submitted with application by 3ist May officer recruited overseas.

1952, For particulars relating to salary j ‘ *

and. other conditions, apply to: “ Subject to review at any time and not as a permanent right of
Manager, The Barbados Foundry Limited, the officer, free passages on leave « fter a minimum tour, not exceed-
P.O. Box 91, White Park Road, Bridge-

10.4.52—t.f.0



atl etalon ipeaerees
“SILVER WATERS"—Silver Sands. F:
the months of June, July, September t
December. 17,.5.52
TRINITY COTTAGE—fully furnished
three bedrooms, complete with tele
phone. and refrigerator, situated a!
Derricks Bay, St. James. Phone 2959

Eel
TO CLEAR—VINOLIA BABY POWDER
Oc, reduced to 40c., — Soap 2c, re-
wuced to 8c, KNIGHT'S LTD
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VAT—One (1) 6,000 gallon Oak Vat —
spply D, V. Scott & Co., Lid., White
Park Road. 1,5 52—t.f.n



































27.4.52--t4.n x: t town, Barbados. tiss2—on,|ing the cost of a normal sea passa ye to the United Kingdom for the b -
TAX — We have tock Prom Laistre a § ‘ i i i i
Pee nenatay’ Near” Brendsn:| . Vee nave in-stock Tee tasire | SOOK-KEEPER — Wanted for the officer, his wife and children sub.ect to a maximum of three (3) ecause it’s Vitamin enriched!
Beach; newly painted; comprising Wax (Black) for all iow ise, bot, | Roberts Manufacturing Co., 4d. A Books adult fares, 7
Bedrooms, Dinning and Drawing od eee P rT en & 48.9 keeper (male) must have knowledge of 3 .
enclosed: Gallery, Toilet ‘NIGHT'S LTD 20.5.52—3 | Book-keeping etc. Apply in wating to a Attention :—
Mlectric light. Large Yard enclos v re pean the Manager, Government Hill ree -r ive tre
Land to make garden, Fruit trees bearir a = 16.5.52—4n . ay and operative trea ment for the officer only, si +
Approved tennant. Apply within, Phor LOST & FOUND ees Private consulting practice will not be permitted.
4925. 18.5.52 Monee he ond one. for Te Gate Method of Application :—
————_—<$<—<—$— $$ $< heatre, Apply person any day - F
aaa STORE AND OFFICE wr eee a, 2 tween 10 a.m—4 p.m. 18,5.52—2n. Applications should be submi ed to the Colonial Secretary, BEST IN TEX’ TURE
modern Store and one spaciou s aiinaresianiiaigt oe . oe
Office at No.’ 22 Swan Street. Apply t mS eae OUSEKEEPER — Manager. Four Winds | Colonial Secretariat, Port of Spaiii, Trinidad and Tobago, to reach
C. L, “Nicholls, No. 18 pena Bees - SWEEPSTAKE TICKET: Series X. | “lub. 19.5.52—3n | him not later than June 30th, 1952. . ; evenly soft and fine
9.9.5 4380 Finder lea: return same to $$$ em
a —_--—-— ——.| OP sarenall, Market Hill, St. George, HOUSEKEEPER: Refined elderly, Lady Copies and not originals of testimonials should be submitted.
ews flere: 2.5.62—1n | 28 working hi eepe’ r 0!
.) mewaen Seared wd Loa or nadies, able to control servants. Free P .M, RENISON,
SWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Series BB, {com and board Dial 4480 Colonial Secretary. +
wy Finder please return to Wyatt 20,5.52—1n 20.5.5 in
Alleyne, Baatbourne Land, St. Philip, | eesestss uate’ Anois .5.52—In. ih *
20.5.82—1r SERVANTS—2 general servants. Apply ——

Vr, Lisle Bailey, Pavilion, Hastings.

toe s2—-1n| VETERINARY OFFICER, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,

BEST IN FLAVOUR
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Applications are invited for appointment as Veterinary Officer, mly our special balanced-

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BACKACHE : ) flay ; an 844
The application of Charles Edey shop ——————— — |}jepartm ids avour recipe can give it!
S HEADACHE - eeper of Hutson Alley, St. Michael A: are hereby warned against ! partment, of Agriculture. Trinidad and Tobago, on agreement for | P &
RHEUMATISM fo wider of Liquor License No. 190 of ,1952 | Giving credit to my wife SYLVJA|3 years,
ranted te him in respect of a board and DRAKES (nee STRAKER) as I do 2 —

NIGHT RISING
TIRED FEELING

IMPURE BLOOD
LANGE BOTTLE

| _—
hold myself responsib'e for her or anyone Salary : '

else contracting any debt or debts in my $3,600x120—$3,840x240—-$5,760. No private practice is allowed.
nate unless by a written order signed by | Qualifications :—. h |
Sm DRAKER. A veterinary qualification wegistrable in Great Britain or any q ,

20,5.82—2n self-governing Dominion of the British Commonwealth.
nik Duties -—

(a) To examine animals belonging to Government and to advise
Heads of Departments as to their care and treatment,
0 (b) To superintend Government Quarantine Stations.
eee (c) To examine livestock arriving in the Colony.

pam (ad) To perform such duties as may be required under the

Diseases of Amimals Ordinance and the Dogs Ordinance.
(e) To give general advice to the public on matters relating to
Animal Husbandry and Animal Health.

(f) To carry out investigations into the cause and treatment of

hingle shop at Hutson Alley, St
hacl, for permission to use said
w Heense at a wall shop at Reed
et, St. Michael

ted this 19th day of May, 1952
fo.--R A. MeLEOD, Esq,

Polee Magistrate,

District "A".









CHARLES EDEY,
Appiicant.
N.B.—This application will be consid
ed at a Licensing Court to be held at
oice Court, District “A* on Friday the
th day of May, 1952 at 11 o'clock, a.m,

E. A. McLEOD,

Police Magistrate, Dist. "“A’
20,5.52—I1n

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1-DAY NEWS ELAM

2

ees

with a choice of three

pis or tacks to post up Ho ongines an using
tices. Save time, money and
gore fingers by using a... .
_ TACKER MACHINE.

JGHNSON’S STATIONERY

% No more need for drawing
*
Ms
°

Gasolene. Vaporising
Oi and NOW DIESEL





If not saved but secking

LLL LEE

Slaten ous ohla ot g Salvation, please write for diseases in the Colony and in Animal Husbandry,

1 + — _ _ x

'FLOWERED GLASS x % i REE HOOK ts) To ae generally in all matters connected with the Gov-

| ___ for doors. x Which Makes ernment Stock Farms and the livestock industry of the Colony. This wonderful machine is now also

FQGHNSON’S HARDWARE. * (h) To examine and treat animals where required. available with FULL-TRACKS

tp OOOO AOS $ “GOD’S WAY OF Travelling :—

SO APP OOTET IOI, | The officer will be required to keep a motor car. You'll be truly @mazed to sce this small-

Ss 5 E RE AD 0 : YT SALVATION PLAIN” Travelling allowance will be paid under the Travelling Allow~ looking unit jobs, both in the
ARDE ‘ S 1s 8. Roberts, Gospel ances Regulations. field and on the road, that aré beyond wheel

Quarters :— Tractors of twice its Horsepower.
| Not provided. In the case of an, overseas officer a house allow-

PRET

nie are 1 â„¢ S| Book & Tract Service, 30
. AQUATIC CLUB m4 Central Ave., Bangor, N.I.

(MEMBERS ONLY)

PPPOE LEE





{ance will be paid equivalent to the difference between rental paid
by officer and 10% of his monthly salary subject to a maximum of}
$50 per month for a married officer and $20 per month for an un-

This Tractor is indeed the friend of both the
small and large Plantation owners alike and
the price is well within your reach.

married officer.

aiinmaets We shall be pleased to arrange a

By courtesy of the British
Council there will be ® §
showing of selected short






Magnificent Photo Cards

W ashing Machines. of Modern -British Cara! | Free first class passage for the officer and his family not exceed-

films in the Ballroom on |
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| ‘ .,
ieicaey, tit May, at | | ing five persons in all, to the Colony from the place of recruitment demonstration at your request ,
0 pm. O | 7 \on appointment and back again to the place of recruitment upon the
8.30 p. I ‘
ithe subjects include Brit- » Those Machines are entirely | satisfactory termination of his agreement. ROBERT THOM LIMITED
ish News, Swimming, Plas- X)] cigtes,sct oooh, 48 minutes eo. | Leave |
ties (in colour), and : t 3 inter remove the cloth ¢ wh ch | 30 days per annum cumulative for the three years.
sel Meaminin « een washer s
movie of Charlie Chaplain. bles ths ‘ieee aed Peery aa Applications should be submitted to the Colonial Secretary, Col ae 4 ESY GARAGE
Members are cordially in- So simple, So labour saving, | FLAKES a * Trinidad and Tobago, not later than 16th June.
vited. i . TD Elect, Dept. at £ P. M. RENISON,
No admission charge. . 68.598 very B-ounce packet conteins 2 ice DIAL 4616
% | photo cards, (Full set, 40 cards) Chet: Sey. | sl :
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TUESDAY, MAY. 20, 1952



HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON |

|

WHAT ARE YOU DOING
IN MY CABIN?..

A BILLION YEARS
OF SILENCE / IT
GIVES ME THE
CHILLS / INTRUSIONS /
COULD do] in , LET'S GET BACK/





( AN? NOW, MR. JOHNNY
HAZARDP,,, GOME THING
IN SMALL PAYMENT

FOR YOUR HELP...

LADDIE,T DINNA KEN
WHO HAS A BETTER RIGHT
THAN YOU TO BE KISSED



BY





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A COINCIDENCE /?
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TIRED OF
LISTENIN’ TO YOu!

NO-THANKS -
I JUST CAME
FROM ONE #

OH/ RIP KIRBY, THE }J
DETECTIVE! GOSH,
I'VE READ ABOUT

{T COULD MEAN
SOMETHING, RIP...
ACCORDING TO THE



HER AT JUST ABOUT THE
TIME HE MET
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Pkgs. Birds Jelly Crystals .... 0 ;

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D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street

THE COLONNADE

THE BARBADOS MUTUAL
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY

AT THE

“111TH YEARLY ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING
HELD ON FRIDAY, 25TH APRIL
The Directors Reported that

$2.235.039 NEW BUSINESS

issued in J+51 was a

RECORD

For the Society



GROCERIES





Other Principc:| Features were :—

INCOME : From Premiums .... $1,042,105.70
» Interest, Dividends
and Rents nN $451,682.18

Less Income Tax 54,428.62 397,253.52

CLAIMS: By Death 43 under 70 Policies assuring .... 131,083.00
Bonus ; i 91,071.00

By Maturity 236 Policies assuring 361,004.00

Bonus 149,416.00

RATE OF INTEREST: Before Payment of Income Tax 4.53 per cent
After Payment of Income Tax 3.98 per cent

COMMISSION & EXPENSES OF MANAGEMENT :
Ratio to Premium Income ee

LIFE ASSURANCE FUND :
ded as result of year’s working
The total Fund is now .... sabi

INVESTMENT RESERVE FUND:
Now Totals

17.23 per cent

$ 440,645.92
$10,391,159.16

$ 623,915.06

Cc. K. BROWNE,
Secretary.



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A DOUGLAS FIR PURLIN prin.
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FOR SALE covering a pen 140 ft. x © ft., two on

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av —_———— . ===" | approximately 20,000 feet of lumber.
ost AUTOMOTIVE Apply to W. A. Yearwood, Hanson
pee Se ee Ce ee Plantation, St. George. Phone 4022.
eee ae attnd. en's |"CAR—Ford Prefect late 1950 model. 11.5.80—8n.
re asked to attend alii Se oak gO OE a eae eee
: 3 one |General condition good. Mileage um er
Stepher G, Beatrice Rogers. .. .} 16,000. Auly * Sitnnall, Fontabelie,|, BUNGALOW—At Garrison with built
—— |Phone 3409 8.5.52—t.f.n. | !> Presses, gas, electricity, running water
—— omnaees \ at a bedrooms only £3,600. Phone Wells
IN MEMORI | CAR-—Austin, A. 10 Hampshire, in \t 2861 ov 8693 17.5.32—§n
cxeellent condition, Dial 2534. C ~ it. o
GRANT: & loving memory of our dear | Styart : 16.5.52-—3n , ln ioe of Tend at Fitts Vil-
beloved Mother, Beatrice Grant. who} ———————__-— —— ae, . nes on © main Road,
died on the 12th May 1932 GAR Austin A-70, 1951 model. Owner | very good building sites. Apply to
‘A loving mother so gentle and kind.|driven, in perfect condition Apply: |L. M. Clarke, Jeweller, No. 12 James
What a wonderful memory sh le(t}w. G. Nowell, Bushy Park, St. Thomas St., or Phone 3757 or 0148.
behind, ; 17.5.52-—-3n 20.5,.52—1n
a oe ne on ee ey ag ee ee
eee “pai x ; CAR~—One (1) Hillman Car 1951, perfect SHARES—.. limited number of OR-
Tn God himself knew what conaition, carrying Big Tyres. Phone | DINARY SHARES in THE BARBADOS
est, 0149 or 3787 19.5.52—3n. rr? TRADING CO. LTD, at
oc uw dear Mother sway - . per share. Free of stamp duty.
Sisey tgadmen-sapeoape bs PODGE CAR 191 Model. Excel- CARRINGTON & SFALY
of ty Years ago lent condition Low imileage—suitable 13.5,52—12n
Jabaen Geant, 1. band), Melvor (U.S.A [ie est. ae sad Apply: R. G
lone, Norman, Hazledine, Vaspert a Rockley Golf ¢ ee 5 a, = AUCTION
pe a Se eaestens —_—_—__—— ~—| FORD PREFECT CAR—1948 Mogel
— _oneeninigieeasntccacittiagsle | ITE SA . . ek %
memory of ¢ One #RON TRUCK RE ee damaged in accident. We are inst
beloved Marie died May 20. 195 Deane. Francia Plantation, wa in to offer this vehicle for sale by Auction
God took her | it was His wil memeuer'? Garage on Friday 2rd
ol ,eart » veth still _— oe . ay at 2. p.m.
But in our t - - Vera ' PICK-UP: Hillman 10 h.p. Pick-up] JOHN M. BLADON & COMPANY,
Gone but not reo -
The Hamblin family., Lionel Innis lin good working order. Dial 3878. asetlonanar:
amblir ’ Brg | DaCosta & Co., Ltd. Electrical Dept. 18,5,.52-—4n.
. o 20.5. 52—8n
PIZAl s i iielaier VIVILLE, ST. LAWRENCE GAP
REIZAR--In_ ¢ loving me | TUESDAY h *
> AY 20th from 11.30 MORRIS
Kathleen Keizar, who pasied to hes ELECTRICAL CHAIRS, ROCKERS, UPRIGHT CHASRS,
Feward on: May 20th, # os. | Pace ———— =| ROUND DINING TABLE (sand box
“Time takes off the edge 0 | BATTERIES Ediswan Batterie | feet) TABLES, PLANT STANDS all tn
But memory turns back every teat Volt, 11, 13 and 16 plates; 12 Volt, °.| Mahogany, Rush bottom chairs, electric
Lieyd Keizar (husband), Gwen and A | and 13 plates. Get our prices first.| standing lamps. double Bedstead, spring
(daughters), . Annette (grax Dial 3878 and 4710, Da, Costa & Co. Ltd. | mattress, single bedstead; Mah Night
daughter) 20.5.52—1) | Electrical Dept 16.5.52—69. | pox Bureau, Cedar Hanging Wardrobe,
+ ‘t - a ns : — 290 tlusware, earthenware, kitehen ware
LOVELI-—-In constant memor f ELECTRIC MOTORS—‘e hp. M0 a3 Cement Ice Box-l electric Stove.
@ear Husband snd Father Aivin ¢ >it Single Phase. Dial 3878 or 4718). Oven, Singer Treadjle Machine, with
Lovell who was called to rest on M DA. COSTA & CO Lae, ee moter and light. TERMS CASH,
18, 1960 Dept 5.5 fh ARCHER McKEN:
We miss you because we } a Auction .
You were dearer than riches or & SWAN BATTERY CHARGERS 17.5.
No treasure on earth replace ¥ | Will charge up to 18 six-volt ee 8 ———
ri 1emory ’ grow old jor t r equivalent ot 6 Amps. For use
Siler sto he reer ed b a eo 1 10 Volt Single Phase circuit, Dial UNDER THE SILVER
Leveli (Wife). Cardemia (Dauginte 2878 or 4710. DA. COSTA & CO. te ' HAMMER
Atittgimn., Arinda, Amalthia. (Sons',| Electrical Dept 16.5.53—-6".) On Tuesday 2th the Furniture at “te
Mr. & Mrs. Biades (Friends ee ee et ae ~ | Touquet” ver Beach, order of Mrs
20.5 FRIDGE—Deep Freeze Used onl
Fiche eS, Phone THM | SRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.
LOVELI--In memory of our dear t : 20.5.52-—Bi . ‘Auctioneers. .
ee ee aay, eee LM V. RADIOGRAMS — New Models 20.5,52—1n
Aah a ne sari, eee ith 3 speed Changers and Record Cab-
We lost a dad with heart of gold ie ial 3878 or 4110, DA, COBTA &
He was dearer to US than weelth [i Dial 3 A *
0 hlect t.
untold Co, LTD,, Electrical Dep 16,5.52—6n EDUCATIONAL
Although we smile and seem carefree Se Cena
No one misses him more than we eine ae nh Croat
VACUUM CLEANERS—Three sizes to OTI
In constant memory by Carder lect from. Keeps inaccessible corners N
(Daughter Amalthia (Son). aga | ‘an. Dial 3878 or 4710. DA. COSTA APPLICATHYONS for one or more
20.5.52—-1n | CO. LTD., Electrical Dept. vacant St. Michael’s Vestry Exhibitions
an ————— j 16.5.52—6n.]at Harrison College will be received
PRreELLips casured memories of ¢ | i ~.~|by the Clerk of the Vestry up to 12
devoted f and husband = Is LIVESTOCK yom on Friday, the 23rd day of May,
Phillips who departed M “ :
1946, to cy centr tases Candidates must be the sons of
We do not wish a special di | ALSATIAN PUPS by Imported Pedi-| 5arishioners in straitened circumstances

Apply: K. M. G. Cooper,
Phone 91-68
18.5.52—4n,

gree Sire

} and must not be less than 9 nor more
Vvortiand, St

than 15 years of age on the 30th June,
1952, to be proved by a Baptismal
Certificate which must accompany the

To bring. You to our mind cea
The days we do not think of yc ‘ete
Are-very*rard to find

Life was desired

























\
|
nina “ee Ms MULES: 2 American Mules (11 years | application
Die Tees Bee Bevery rest : | ay Ring Francia Plantation, 283: |" "Forms of application can bs ‘eenaed
Ever to be remembered by the Phillty | 20.5 in |from the Vestry Clerk’s Office.
Sap ere | SCE 5 E. C. REDMAN,
, Tuas a i 1 | MISCELLANEOUS Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry.
TUDOR: a joving memor s | en 10.8 52-in,
Tudor who diced on Ma 9, 19 | AGA-REX COMPOUND for Sreeree
G6d saw the road was gettir ro | Lior a palatable creamy Emulsion 0 “
The } foo hard to climb | quid Paraffin Price 2/- bot. Knight's NOTICE
He ge closed her loving eve Ltd 20.5. 52—3n APPLICATIONS for one or more vacant
Avid witispered “Peace be thine” \— St. Michael's Vestry Exhibitions at
Ever 40 be remembered by her lovit CHAIRS-Juat received another ship- | QUEEN'S COLLEGE will be rwoncet by
Mother, Viola--Williams, Elsa Sem? nent of Stack-a-bye chairs all the Clerk of the Vestry up to 12 noon
(Sister), Seymour Smali (Brother) Eve ypular colours with round or square on Wednesday, 28th May 1952. |
Smail (Niece) 20.5 52~in | tables to match. Purchase yours now at Candidates must be the daughters of
oe &. R. Hunte & Co., Ltd. Dial 9136 parishioners in straitened circumstances
. 7 | 17,5.52—2n, |and must not be less than 9 nor more
Dik RENE 1 i aniediegremnnapsanesicnetnaeneiesenten than 12 years of age on, the Bnd, Sep:
ee | FLOOR POLISHERS. Used in conjum tember |, to prove a iP toma
HOUSES | tion’ with Johnson's Floor polishes wil Corsiionte which must accompany the
kee 7 5 kK Ww. ial] &
nn — — ina net 3 Ae on 4710, Flows eRe 165 62—6n Forms of application will be issued and
BILTMORE—Fittr Village, St, James. |" received at the Vestny Clerk's Office
On sea. Three Bedrooms, Dining and| GARDEN HOSE: te” Gardem Hose | between the hours of 10 a.m, and
Drawing rooms. Electricity, tunning water |ond Fittings, City Garage Co., Vietorla| 12 noon. a
Seca Sere Oe ei eh | Ce Clerk, "Bt. Michael's Vestry,
FARAWAY Si. Philip, coast, 3 bed-| oe ein nn ert S) .=
—SSt. Philip, coast. bed- | complete kroner for Home or Ty
rooms, Fully furnished. ‘Lighting Plant. | pial 3878 or 4710, DA. COSTA & CO WANTED
Watermill supply. Double C - Perk, tvo] LTD., Electrical Dept, en
servant rgoms, m May Ist. Phone $.52~6n. —
4476. _ Be 10.4. 52—t.f.n | A ve Me HELP

1 ieee nahin
neem | NEW STOCK OF BOOTS’ MINERAL
BUNGALOW—Modern furnished Bunsa- SALTS for Cattle, sheep etc. 2 Ibs for

An Assistant WORKS ENGINEER,























low on St. James Coast, 3 bedrooms, gic, at Bruce Weatherhead Limited, seil- | oppable ‘supervising a workshop and
2 tollefs afd baths, running hot ard cx ng Agents for Messrs. Boots Ltd. of hag eg MA eo ae Sugar Machin-
water.. All “modern convenience I ottingham 20.5.52—5n J ery repair work desirable, Applica t
2472. = 6.5.63-t.! —_—_—_—_$_$_S——_$_ $n ——— | must have knowledge of scale drawiiy
Natal poorer mn RECORDS—Clearing our stock of MGW] ond experience in the direction of
NAVY GARDEN Well = furnisr records. Three for Two Dollars, you | ‘abour.
modern house, July to Dec. inclusive | choice. A. BARNES & CO., LTD. Copies of recent testimonials must be
Linen “and silver if necessary 94 62—t.f» |cubmitted with application by 3ist May
able rent...._Phone 3589 20.5 | ene 11952 For particulars relating to salany
—-— on ee Subseribe now to the Datly Telegraph} and other conditions, apply to: The
NEWHAVEN — Crane Coast, 4 bed-| mngiand’s leading Dally Newspaper nov | Manager, The Barbados Foundry Limi
rooms, Fully furnished, lighting Plo | arriving in Barbados by Air only a few|ted, P.O, Box 91, White Park Road,
Watermill supply, Double Garage, thré jays after publication in London, Con- | Bridgetown, Barbados. 14,5.52—6n.

servant rooms. For May and from Oc
tober Ist Phone 4476.

tact: kan Gale, c/o Advocate Co., Lid
Local Representative, Tel. 3118.
17,4.62—4.f.n

ann ee EDP
An Assistant FOREMAN capable of

10.4. 52—t.f.n supervising our Machine Shop Depart-



: a eal ment. Applicant must have knowledge
“SILVER WATERS”—Silver Sands, F< To CLEAR—VINOLIA BABY POWDER | i'n making sketches and reading blue

the months of June, July, September + 0c t , — Soap 2c. re- prints,

December. 17.5,52—8) eee * anaers LD Copies of recent testimonials must be
————— - 7 : 20 5.52—gn | submitted with application by 3st May

TRINITY COTTAGE—Fully_ furnished 1952. For particulars relating to salary





























~ BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PUBLIC NOTICES |

NOTICE

Re Estate of
: ADA MOORE deceased











TUESDAY. MAY 20, 1952

SHIPPING NOTICES |Pyorrhea and







TRE 8u ms " ae as ad ——
GAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all| —“\on@REAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW ao,
TURAL BANE ACT, 1948 persons having any debt or claims against 7
To the erediters lena toe s ZEALAND LINE LIMITED. 2 *
arainst GRANT sa RETREAT ng the cetate of Ade Moore (MAN Z LINE) The MV. “CARIBBEE™ will
ane Ss and deceased, late of Prince of Wales Road, | accept Cargo and Passengers
in 654, Joseph. Bank Hall in the parish of Saint Micn-| 8.8. “GLOUCESTER” is scheduled to for Dominica, Antigua, Mont<
TAKE NOTICE that J. Attgrney, of|ael in this Island who died on the 14th | ali from Port Pirie May Sist, Devonport ad weeets aed ae! as 4 urs
the ade Feaeaees am about to day of July 1951 are requested to send a0 =. coenme, St 14th, ie ot Sailing Friday 23rd inst |
i - , ne he a wr al ” - “
noun. of ¢1afee sina the proviniens fim porticulere, of thei cima duly ot |Barbadon about August Oh he Mv. “MONEICA” wil aid
in respect of the Agricultural year 1952|Chatnem Pollard, c/o Messrs Haynes & In addition to general cargo this vessel sategt Care sae veneers ~ | E 4
to 1983 Griffith, Solicitors, No. 12 High Street,|has ample space for chilled and hard ce, Antigua, Mon! ;
No money as been borrowed under| Bridgetown on or before the 30th day | frozen cargo. Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing
the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the} of May 1952, after which date I shall pro- uareday th. inet
above Act in Cargo accepted on through Bills of The MV. “CACIQUE DEL
respect of such year ceed to distribute the assets of the deceas- - t at Trinidad to SARIBE” will «
Dated this 17th day of May, 1952 Lading for transhipment a) a c will accept Cargo and
- a ed among the parties entitled thereto | pritisn Guiana, Leeward and Windward Passengers for St. Lacia, St
rustees, Estate of E. T. COX, hewing regard only to such claims of which , Grenada, and Aruba,




i shalt them have had notice and | will







Islands

Vincent,

















































’ Attorney. {not be lable for the assets or any part} For further particulars apply- Sailing date to be notified.
17.5.52—3n. | theteof so distributed to any person of | FURNESS WITHY @ CO., LTD., B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS
whose debt or claim 1 shall not then TRINIDAD. ASSOCIATION GNC.),
THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL- | bave hed notice. and Consignee. Tele, No. 4047 a
ACT, 1943 And persons indebted to the said DA COSTA & CO., LTD., Bleeding gums, sore mouth, or loose
To the holding specialty “= estate are opapaned to settle their said BARBADOS, B W.I tooth mean, Saat fou. B80 8 Vict ot eee
Plantation, indebtedness without dela’ ' disease
T, NOTICE Dated this 24th aay of March 1952 that Wil oventneny seuss you a eR
that 4, Attorney, of your Wem a8 nave to
; . oD fore r ti Bince the it Worla
the above Plantation am bout to obtain HESKETH CHATHAM POLLARD, y efore your time: Puiscases have spread
of the above yg he ng ane tt uni | Executor of the will of TRFOUR HOU AE ur out pf every five people
an Se caareee Ot mee Ae eerares 26 18 0am giz ae are sufferers S00ner or ate eg before tis
: ate t an 0} se diseases
No Dna has been borrowed under a too late, because they often cause not only
above Act in of such we & NOTICE CANADIAN SERVICE the loss of teeth, but also c theuma~
Dated this 17th day of May, 1962. New Discovery: Saves Teeth
Trustees, Estate of E. T. x, nen of application will be received From Montreal and Halifax oe the discovery of an American
undersigned to ‘ en fights roubles new
per A. P. COX, Thursday May 22nd i an moaned Expected Arrival | and quick way. Tt penetrates right to the
Aitorney. a... ae. ,tgholarahtp tenable at St. Jontreal Halifax Dates, Bridgetown, wee the ae a ot iP oane og 4
-6.88-—Sn. ‘Condidates on $8. “SUNDIAL” a erat SM ging soreness out of your mouth, and soon
THE AGRICULTURAL AIDS ACT, 1905! parents i daughters of] 5S uQRIONE” |. s,s May ay wd tightens the The following letter
* in straitened circumstances and | *° = - ‘ oa 14 May 19 May 2 June from Mr. W. W. B. shows the results that
To the oreditors eens, specialty Wess | ee be between the age of 9 years and “e eee = May oe a ane 2, aune Amoran users 1 get: aneeees sem Treneh
ageinst WELOHE Plantation, ears. 8 * VESSEL” ‘ i J $ 3 fouth and orn! *
‘Thomas. The application must be accompanied | —— = sce Peis me wate sore and bleeding nd 1 ha
TAKE NOTICE that I the owner of the | with a birth certificate. UNITED KINGDOM SERVICE tow) tems Seat. ve al abe gues Seat
above named plantation, am about to, - al = many tht and then heard of this new
obtain a loan of £3,000 under tue DOROTHY BARROW, From South Wales, Liverpool and Glasgow discovery In 24 hours after using
BS 3 of the ee a bi Secretary, as Side oa nt can = Amosan Ty uae Rae stomped bleedin:
war, Molasses and other crops 0! e ank Hall Road, South Expected Arrtva\ The aan ippeases:
pald ‘Plantation, to be reaped in 1960 |, St. Michael Wales Liverpool Glasgow Dates Bridgetown, taree days and in two weeks, 1 lowed tet
o money has yet been borrowed 5.52--In I could eat the hardest of food.”
against the said crops a ——— s.s. “N, O. ROGENAES” . 28 April 2May 6 May 20 May ’
Dated this 17th day of May, 1992 THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL- | ¢.°. “SUNMONT” eh ee 19 May 28 May 14 June Guaranteed
F. F. PILGRIM, TURAL BANK ACT, 194% 5.8 (FEGGEN” , js June e June 2% June 10 July oft works Le == 80 certain
s. “SUNWHIT” 30 Jun July 14 July 1 August guaran your
Te the creditors holding specialty Hens ¥ hai ist Sree Oe ae your: sore mouth and
ey ee ee ee cal beer; money back on return of empty
the above Plantation eh dour to ‘ontain KI ER Dee Mnne docaery front *fheumatiam
: Ss jan
The Star Beauty Hair Dressing noe of Peg under the provisions of UNITED NGDOM ANI CONTINENTAL Ss VICE and heart groubie Get Amosa i rene
. y ye e above against the said Ptantat . chemist today under rom-cla -
Saloon of Shepherd Street, moged in respect of the aeseuitaeel ar 1983 From Antwerp, Rotterdam and London y “tee. You risk
to 48, Tudor Street — where old to 1983. F iiisiastn ween f Amosa no‘hing as the
8 ey fe ylang oP meee has been borrowed under a eueeetes Arrival | aa
" > ’ e ric ‘al Aid t r Ant Rotterdam Brid . a
appointment of styling and scalp above Act ‘as the A SS ao be) = Pee wners “ae For Pyorrhea~T. Mouth
treatment. Hours: 9 a.m.—l2 respect of such year.
Noon — 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Dated this 17th day of May, 1952 m.v. “BRUNO” . .. 18 May 15 May 22 May 2 June il
A SIMMONS, s.8. “FEDERAL VOYAGER" 13 June 16 June 23 June 7 July ARRIVED ‘
ner
17.5.62—3n. Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703 | Another Shipment of the

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

APPLICATIONS FROM WOMEN FOR TRAINING AS
MIDWIVES AT THE MATERNITY TRAINING

HOSPITAL
APPLICATIONS are invited ¢rom women between the ages of 18

and 30 for training as midwives at the Barbados Maternity Hospital.
The course of training will extend over a period of 18 months
and wili start on Ist August, 1952.
Selected applicants will receive a training allowance of $14.00
per month. to
Applications should be addressed to the Matron, Maternity Hos-
pitai, Bank Hall, St. Michael, and should be submitted not later than
the 14th June, 1952. 14.5.52.—2n. |









MEDICAL OFFICER GRADE ‘B’ TUBERCULOSIS DIVISION,
HEALTH DEPARTMENT, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Applications are invited for appointment to the vacant post of
Medical Officer Grade ‘B’ Tuberculosis Division, Health Department.
Trinidad and Tobago.

Salary :—

$5,280x240—$5,760 per annurn. A salary above the minimum
will be paid if the officer’s experience justifies it.

Qualifications :—
| (a) Medical qualification registfable in Great Britain and by
the Medical Board of Trinidad and Tobago.

(b) More than five (5) years’ Post-graduate experience as a
Physician, with experience in te treatment of Tuberculosis and
chest diseases, .

Status :—

Permanent and pensionable.

Quarters :—

Not guaranteed, but where available, rent is payable by the
officer at a rate of ten percent (10%) of his salary. In the case of
an overseas officer who is not provided with quarters, a house allow-
ance will be paid equivalent to the difference between rental paid by
the officer and ten percent (10%) of his monthly salary subject to a
maximum of fifty dollars ($50) per month for a married officer and
twenty dollars (20) per month for an unmarried officer.

Passages :—

Free first class passage on firet appointment for the officer and
his family not exceeding five (5) persons in all in the case of an
officer recruited overséas. 5

Subject to review at any time

|

and not as a permanent right of

h bedrooms, complete with tele oar wa an aenielaehe —|and other conditions, apply to: The c Prez
tree End refrigerator, situated ot} , VAT OMe 2) 6,000 gallon Oak War ic | Manager, The Barbados Foundry Limited the officer, free passages on leave «fter a minimum tour, not exceed-
Bay, St. James. Phone 295% oY *% i P.O. Box 91, ite Park Road, = 5 ; ee
Derricks Bay nes eas—ttn | ark Road, 1,8,82—t..n | Ten, Barbados. 14.5.52—4n, | INE the cost of a normal sea passa ye to the United Kingdom for the
a ENUGGERY' Near Brand WAX—We have in stock Prom Lustre] Fook a Cy amaciea, fom) Wie officer, his wife and children sub,ect to a maximum of three (3)
Beach: ete Jah dj pel risina ey bent eaa 108 Bg soe. Wer Roberts ‘Manufacturing Co, Ltd. A Book- | adult fares,
r y 7 Tat! ore Try @ o e ce er yi o ¢
pe aire to Drawn Moen | KNIGHT'S LTD. 20.58.6887 | EOODER a) Te Dy. a mel ate 4 Medical Attention :—
Flectrie ight Large Yard enc losed Alsc mane cenmenenitie the Manager, Government Hil ed Free X-ray and operative trea ment for the officer only, 59
Land to make garden ruit trees beari . mn, s . a
Approved tennant. Apply within. Pho LOST & FOUND Pl en Ene nee ne Sane) Private consulting practice will not be permitted.
4925. 14.5.52 CASHIER ag sae eee for he ine Method of Application :—
Te eects ines Theatre. Apply in person any day be- : .
MODERN STORE AND OFFICE oo me Teco. tween 10 am.—4 p.m. 18.5.52--2n. Applications should be submi ed to the Colonial Secretary,
One modern Store and one spaciou eigenstate a ¥ N
Office at No.’ 22 Guan Riteet. Acply t a bal SUSEKEEPER — Manager. Four Winds | Colonial Secretariat, Port of Spaii, Trinidad and Tobago, to reach
C, L. “Nicholls, No, 18 deme tae " SWEE TICKET: Series X lub, 19.5.52—3n | him not later than June 30th, 1962 .
5.5 52-6 4390 Finder pleas return same to ————$— LT, 3
thes es é € i. eaosee Beene siti a acres, HOUSEKEEPER: Refined elderty_ Lady Copies and not originals of testimonials should be submitted.
Re ‘ 2.5.52—1n | 98 Ww eepe!
Reward efered ae si adies, able to control servants. Free PM. RENISON,
GWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Series BB.|Tcom and board. Dial 4400. Colonial Secretary.
9 Finder please return to Wyatt 20.5.52—In 20.5.52—1n.
Allovne, Eastbourne Land, St. Philip -










20,.5,52—1r
ED

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

iy, Lisle Bailey, Pavilion, Hastings.



Bring Prompt Relief trom |





Police Magistrate,
District "A'’.



20.5. 52-—2n



CHARLES EDEY,

S BACKACHE BF | one application of Charles Edey shop- | —_—————_—*
& HEADACHE _ ee eoper of Hutson Alley, ate Michael wvink PORES eS hereby waned against
b) RHEUMATISM feo oS - older of Liquor License No, 190 of 1952 cre’ o my wife
WIGHT RISING ranted to him in respect of a board and einen ee SIR ARSS) se 1 do mn
hingle shop at Hutson Alley, St old myself responsib'e for her or anyon
TIRED FEELING Michael, for permission to use said else contracting any debt or debts in my»
Paiteone license at a wall shop at Reed a unless by a written order signed by
. ; St. Michael e
40. . Dated this 19th day of May, 1952 CYRIL DRAKES
Wy ec 3/- (ok A. McLEOD, Esa, 7 Weston, St. James
PORE ALEESALOOL SASSO I OO, a A perinanh:
. N tie: be consid
% i * * ‘ N.B.—This application will
: )-l \ \ ‘. ed at a Licensing Court to be held ot
% if A S ARWS FL sSth SM solice Court, District “A” on Friday the

th day of May, 1952 at 11 o'clock, am.
BE. A. MecLBoD

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”

20.5.5;

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LPSLSSELSOSPPOSS SFOS

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x wh ‘yp % | Book & Tract Service, 30
s° AQUAT if ( i [ B | { Central Ave, Bangor, N.I.
+ } 4 ‘
Sy S| leseseceenesss166sssese!
21
* (MEMBERS ONLY) }3}|
x ” ~
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By courtesy of the British % . e
Council there will “be 2 ¥ Bendix Automatic Magnificent Photo Cards
showing 0 selected short ¢ rei .
showing ohe palroom on || Washing Machines, ||| ¢f Modern British Carat
Wednesday, 2ist May, at } | '
a > | y
8.30 p.m ° |
% The subjects include Rrit- > These Machines are , entirely 02
3 in Pl . utomatic, simply load with _
ae ewe, SMS, oa lothes, sét to wash. 45. thinutes ‘
» tics (in colour), and a t % ter remove the clothes which
movie of Charlie Chaplain. + e been washed, rinsed three ]
: time and da dried
Members are cordially in- ¥ So : ae e ot Gime saving | FLAK fe
8 vited » tet DA COSTA & CO |] \ \
y, LTD Elect Dept
g No admission ¢ Ze x a oe 16.5.52-—~6 Every 8-ounce pecket contsins 2
“4 x |
ALATEST photo cards, (Full set, 40 cards)

—————_—
SERVANTS—2 general servants. Apply
20.5.62-—In

—_————————————
PERSONAL
— - ———-— |jepartment of Agriculture. Trinidad and Tobago, on agreement for
SYLVJA ja years,

r Duties :—-





_—_ TS
VETERINARY OFFICER, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Applications are invited for appointment as Veterinary Officer,

Salary :— ’

$3,600x120—$3,840x240~-$5,760. No private practice is allowed.

Qualifications :—

A veterinary qualification tegistrable in Great Britain or any
self-governing Dominion of the British Commonwealth.

(a) To examine animals belon to Government and to advise
Heads of Departments as to their c and treatment.

(b) To superintend Government Quarantine Stations.

(ec) To examine livestock arriving in the Colony.

(d) To perform such duties as may be required under the
Diseases of Amimals Ordinance and the Dogs Ordinance.

(e) To give general advice to the public on matters relating to
Animal Husbandry and Animal Health,

(f) To carry out investigations into the cause and treatment of
diseases in the Colony and in Animal Husbandry.

ég) To assist generally in all matters connected with the Gov-
ernment Stock Farms and the livestock industry of the Colony.

(h) To examine and treat animals where required.
| Travelling :—

The officer will be required to keep a motor car.

Travelling allowance will be paid under the Travelling Allow-
ances Regulations...

Quarters :—

Not provided. In the case of an. overseas officer a house allow-
ance will be paid equivalent to the difference between rental paid
by officer and 10% of his monthly salary subject to a maximum of
$50 per month for a married officer and $20 per month for an un-
married officer.

Passage :—

Free first class passage for the officer and his family not exceed-
| ing five persons in all, to the Colony from the place of recruitment
on appointment and back again to the place of recruitment upon the
satisfactory termination of his agreement,

Leave :—

30 days per annum cumulative for the three years.

Applications should be submitted to the Colonial Secretary,
Trinidad and Tobago, not later than 16th June,

P. M. RENTSON,
Colonial Secretary.
20.5.52—1n.





$4180 GAS COOKERS

A tew of these have nov yet
been booked.

eo higher.

Why not call at your Gas Show-
rooms, Bay Street TO-DAY anc |





NEW YORK SERVICE.

A STEAMER sails May 9th—arrives “arbados May 2lst.
A STEAMER sails May 28th—arrives Barbados June 12th



secure one of these cookers.

eo

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" NEW ORLEANS SERVICE.

Electrical Installations



The “ALCOA PIONEER” sails May 10th—arrives Barbados M 24th. 1 i
A STEAMER sails May 24th—arrives Barbados June 7th. - aid Repairs.
ee nn ern cere TT Our Wiring Department carries
CANADIAN SERVICE a complete stock of Wiring
Accessories and will undertake

the installation or repair of all
kinds of Wiring Jobs in Homes

SOUTHBOUND
SAILS FROM

Montreal Arrives Barbados or Factories.
6/s “ALCOA PILGRIM” May 5th May 17th Dial 3878 or 4710.
s/s “TINDRA” ‘ May 16th May 26th Learn to remember numbers
s/s “TISTA” .. May 30th June Sth Practice on Ours,
s/s “ALCOA POINTER” Jume 13th June 28rd DA. COSTA & CO., LTD.,
Electrical Dept.
NORTHBOUND 16.5.52-—6n.

s/s “ALCOA POINTER” Due Barbadoy May 17th for St. Lawrence River Ports



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One 5 gal. gas heated coffee per-
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+ This Tractor is indeed the friend of both the
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HENRY











































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A COINCIDENCE /?
I GET SICK AND

TIRED OF
LISTENIN' TO you!

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Other Principal Features were :—

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PAGE FIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1952
BOXING LAWN TENNIS

WATER POLO The last clash between these
two Clubs was held in Barbados

Starfish. Goldfish 4”*ereh To — Savannah — fchtootsimss Mm":

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Starfish yesterday beat the As a whole the Goldfish play- eee ee a ton gery oe ag been selected and jceount of themselves. F pean LF sp. che. Constipation,
s ‘ re . e of ers ec ve , s as follows
Som thei W: is Po _ at Re cies Anderson from a Guiana. Men Dr. ¢ Manning, E, P. , pe flavor tan ase ee tyler irom yo sitive
in eir ate 10 rate: > teams : ‘ a a . c a f mes
at the Aquatic Club, and Gold- Queen's College— N. Grannum, a tae’ Cane title sents Taylor, J. L, St. Hill, P. M Patter+ Police Defeat guarant rer aaa Bur one
fish beat Queen’s College 3—1. B. Williams, Phylis FitzPatrick, Ankarah for the World feather. °°", (Captain); J. D, Trimingham, Sea eo Pao
Star Water Polo player Jean G. Reed, C, Pasteur, P. Browne, weight championship and Ander- © wane D. Wood, Mrs, D James St. Scouts
Chandler sent in four goals for A, Raison. gon for the Empire lightweight Lac pees ee . — me .
Starfish, her sister Phylis one and Goldfish— B. Hunte, G. In- title. Worme, Mrs. R. Bancroft, Miss G. ‘Phe Second Division basketball
June Hill (Holborn) one. grum, J, Eckstein, J. M¢Kinnoon, The Ankarah bout has been Pilgrim Al aes match which. was played at Dis-
It did not take much to see as Mrs. B. Foster, P, Pitcher. arranged by Nottingham promoter _ The team will be playing the triet “A” yesterday evenin THE MOST PERFECT AND EFFICIENT WASHING



the game got going that it would Convent—A. Fletcher, B. Han- Reg King who has obtained the <8th Tournament against Tranquil- tween Police and James =.
be Starfish who would end up sél, E. Parson, M. Chabrol, T. sigmatures of the Gold Coast ity at the Tranquility Courts com- Boys’ Scouts resulted in a victory

winners. They were playing al- Walbridge, F. Palmer ang M. fighter and France’s European mencing on Friday 23rd. . for Police by a margin of 46 points
together superior Water Polo and Lopez. champion Ray Famechon for a ‘The Team with the exception to 7. Richards, Dodson and In-
the le& practised, quickly tiring Starfish— M. Legge, Phyhs final eliminator for the world of Mrs. R. Bancroft and E. P. spector King of Police scored 2!,

Convent girls played gamely, Chandler, J. Chandler, M. Chan- title at the Notts County football Taylor will be leaving on Wednes- 11 and 14 points respectively,
but could not cope with their dler, Pat Chandler, F. Cat- 8round on June 9th. day night at 9.30 p.m. from Sea- while M. Bynoe scored the 7
The BBB of C have recognised well. Mrs. Bancroft will join the ,points for his team.

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Son pant chat Annas ae ane Not Impressive in . the United States. Final Nine Men’s Doubles, Four Men's 10.00 a.m.
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advantage, but she got little help. Swedish First Division team jeff wacant when Arthur King !°WS:— ‘hi Nothnagel, (C
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fish match, Mrs, Brenda Foster Sweden's largest daily, added: papers, The fight will take place tain); F. Gun-Munroe, unter

scored two for Goldfish and Jean — Americans played — at Porteawl, near Cardiff. The aon ae teat E vimioa 4

ee i ,, Short passing game, but would not th. aaner, A, Ce Verte, &. 2c

eee "Willions nouns eonvince us that they are a rea ae June mn PA G. Mancini, T. Schjolseth, P. Wad- WEATHER REPORT
Queen’s College played a fait figet. class ‘soccer’ tegem,* 8h ee ae ee dell,

j oa sets seat 7 In individual criticism of the ° 1 Ladies: Miss Mildred Cambridge, Sunrise: 5.39 am.
Same and were penetrating, but Corinthian players, Dagens Ny- B’dos Friendly Football Mrs, O. Galt, Mrs. Eyre, The Sunset: 6.17 p.m.

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ESTABLISHED 1895







Memorandum Will Be
Sent To Select Co’ttee

_THE ST. THOMAS VESTRY yesterday adopted a
majority Report of a Committee rejecting the Local Gov-
ernment Bill, and recommending certain amendments to
the Vestries Act. A memorandum will be sent from the
Vestry to the Select Committee of the House which is
studying the Bill.

A four-man Committee of the Vestry had been appoint-
ed'to examine the Bill, and after meeting on two occasions,
submitted a majority Report signed by three members of
the committee and another signed by the other member.

Signatories to the majority Report were : Mr. K. Sandi-
ford, Mr. S. A. Walcott and Mr. W. T. Gooding. Mr. C.
Collins, the other member of the committee, who signed
the minority Report which was rejected, favours the Local
Government Bill but expressed disagreement with certain
sections,

The Vestry’s Memorandum to
the Select Committee of the House
will be to the effect that the Ves-
try are in favour of retaining the
Vestry System with amendments
to the Vestries Act.

_ The general comment expressed
in the majority report are that
the Vestry are of the opinion that
no advantage would be gained by
replacing the Vestry system by
the proposed form of Local
Government, because the proposed
change, in their opinion, would
work les efficiently and the cost

Two Children Die
After Accident

Roy Rogers (6) and Charles
Rogers (4) two brothers who were
involved in an accident with the
motor car M-691 on Prospect Road,
St. James, on Sunday, died at the
the General Hospital yesterday
between 5 and 7 p.m.

The boys’ eight-year-ola sister

Rita Rogers who wag. also

of administration would be|inyolved in the accident is in a
greater, critical condition at the hospital
Central Control The car is owned by Herbert

* The Majority Report states that|Husbands of Lower Westbury

| “on examining the Bill closely,
it is obvious that the reason for
replacing the Vestry- system by
the proposed form of Local Gov-
j ernment is to place more control
over local affairs in the hands of
the Governor and the Governor-
in-Executive Committee.

They are in favour of retaining
the Vestries with amendments to
the Vestries Act, and go on to
state that “with amendments to
the Vestries Act, and working in
conjunction with the proposed
Public Health Act, the present
system would be much more
efficient than dividing the Island
into large areas administered by

Road, and at the time of the acci-~
dent was driven by Harold Had-
dock of Westbury Road.



various Committees, appointed by
Coun .who would be controlled
to a 1 extent by the

Central Gov ent.

Although the Councils would be
elected bodies, they would be
elected by a majority who neither ;
contribute anything towards the
revenue of the district, by way of
taxation, or bear any responsi-
bility in respect to the expendi-
ture of the revenue.”

Dealing with the Bill in detail,
the signatories to the Majority
Report state that they are not in
favour of dividing the Island into
3 areas for the reasons stated in
the general comments and ob-
servations, and recommend that
the parochial boundaries remain
@s they are. They are however
in favour of a municipality of the
City of Bridgetown, but not the!
proposed boundaries. |

Parochial Tax
They express the view that
“anyone having the right to elect

Â¥ a member of the Vestry should!
pay some parochial. tex,” and|

af suggest the Vestry Act iyv11-5 sec.
aa 14 “be. amended so that the|
e qualification for an elector be a

British Subject of full age, not
Subject to any legal incapacity to



for purpose of trade tax, does not

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Donations are accepted at
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Goal $2,880 00

Amt. Prev. Ack. - $1,004.24
BE. Proctor 4.00

Total $1,009. 24



Avecident Victins In

pital Show that the condition

-\ Critical Condition

Reports from the General Hos-

c

48-year-old James Searles an ex-
he
e\

policeman who was taken to t
General Hospital and detain
after he was involved in an acc
dent on Black Rock, St. Miche

xe

with a motor car on Sunday night

is still very critical

At the ume of the

incide

Searles was going in the direction

of St. James,

vestigations showed that the nun
ber of the car was X-1275 own¢

1

The car, he told the ;
Police. did not stop and later in-|and Queen's College each recei

by Charles Ward of Dayrells Road,

Christ Church and drivén by Ed-| very nice tableau,
Win Clarke of Codrington Hill, S\.'to the point

Michael,



stock were very original 1

At Empire

ey

St. Thomas Vestry Reject Maude Bill:
Propose Changes In Vestries Act

Pr

ject scheme was to illustra-e-the following theme: “You are

offered a two acre plot of

te

cattle and/or stock vou

ve
t

ly

COMBERMERE SCHOOLS’ project of “A Model Farm at Seawell” brought Second Prize in the Junior
Division at the Empire Week Exhibition for Schools.



TUESD. @, MAY 20, 1952





Carrington Village Girls’
First In Junior Division
Week Exhibition

o

Carri Vi
ize in

being

ton ‘chool was awarded First
it the Empire Week Exhibition
sere Scoool Hall.

under 14 years of age) the pro-



the Junior: Divisi
held at Combe
Th the Junior Division *

ie of a large

Barbadian family. Your father has been
round at Seawell and has accep-
idinys and holding showing crops,
uld raise to make the most of

d. Do a model of the bu

uur holding”.
vingion’s Village Girls’ p wing to deseribe every itcm
V ry cl qt 1 project

oropriate The § were On the whole, there was a creat
nedelled The models of the neount of imprevement in the

Division and the number of










' India 169 Runs
Behind M.C.C.

(From Our Own Correspondent)
| LONDON, May 19

BAD LIGHT brought about an early close to the second
day's play in the match between the M.C.C. and Indian
tourists at Lord's, When stumps were drawn, the Indians
had scored 214 for 8 in reply to the M.C.C, total of 383 for
& declared. They were indebted to Roy and Mantri who
put on 101 for the first wicket before both fell to Malcolm

vote, and paying parochial taxes
in the Parish for which he would
be entitled to vote. They suggest
further that the Vestries Act be



amended “so that the present
qualifications be reduced by half,”
and observe “that as advocated
in Section 51 (3) of the Local
Government Bill, Local Govern-
ment Officers will lose the pro-
tection they now enjoy under the
Security of Tenure Act, and will
therefore be at the merey of the
whims and fancies of the council.”
Such treatment they consider
unfair and unjust, and point out
that “it compares very unfavour-
ably with the present conditions
under the Vestry system.
Dealing with Part VI of the
Local Government Bill, the majori-
ty of the Committee of the Vestry
state, “we consider that the rate
should be a uniform amount per
dollar on the rental value of prop-
erty, but that all land in the Par-
ish should be rated at the same
value per acre,’ and continue “we
could never be in favour of sec-
tion 59 (1) of the Local Govern-
ment Bill, as it would be a danger-
eus and unfair piece of legislation.”

Not Both

While agreeing that a chattel
hcuse, the annual value of which
does not exceed $50.00 and is oc-
cupied by the owner thereof
should be exempted for the liabiJi-
t ty of rates, and recommending
an amendment to the Vestries Act
to this effect; they state that “we
ere not in favour of a chattel
house and land on which it is
erected be deemed to be separate
hereditaments, and that the owner

or the house, but not on both.

They express disagreemeiut with
section 86 (2) of the Bill, and state
that they consider that the Vestries
Act 1911—5 Section 53 (7) (a) “is

charge more than 50% of the aver-
age net profit of such business or
tenantry to management.” They
consider ‘that the allowance al-
lowed to be charged to any one
proprietor of a business should be
increased from £600 (as in the
Vestries Act) to $5,000 as recom-
mended in the Bill and recommend
that the Vestries Act be amended
to that affect.”









petson, whose assessable income





They are not in favour of any|have

exceed $1,000, be exempted from
that tax, and recommended that
‘the Vestries Act 1911—5 Sec. 53
(2) (d) be amended by substitut-
ing £10 for £5,

They state that “it appears to
us that the Councils would have
power to extract taxes from the
rate payers for whatever purpcse
they may desire, although the
members of that Council may not
be paying taxes. ®

They consider that tne Churches
end Church Officers are the com-
mitments, of the Vestries and
should be financed by the Councils
according to their requiremenjs,
and not left to exist on grants
made to the Diocesan Synod, de-
pendifig on the whims and fancies
of .the Governor-in-Executive
Committee.

Mr. Collins in his minority re-
port states “I am of opinion that
the Local Governments, as pro-
poced in the Local Government
Bill, would be an improvement on
the Vestry System,” but he points
out that “I do not agree with all
the sections of the Bill, bu! agree
with it in principle

He favours the division of the
island into six areas instead of 3,
with a municipality of the City of
Bridgetown, but not the bounda-
ries of the Municipality.

He suggest that the island be
divided into the following areas:
St. Lucy and St. Peter; St. Jarges
and St. Thomas; St. Andrew and
St. Joseph; St. John and St.
George, St. Philip and the whole
of Christ Church.

In most other respects he agrees
with the views expressed on the

should be taxed on either the land| details of the bil



Communist

Denial A Lie

MUNSAN, Korea, May 19.
The top United Nations truce
negotiator on Monday described
as an out and out lie a communist
denial that the Reds had agreed

correct whereby proprietors of all|
businesses are not allowed to}

te allied screening of captured
communists Vice Admiral C.
Turner Joy, senior U.N. delegate,
told the Reds “had the results
been to your liking you would
enthusiasticall) welcomed
the product { reenir cP)
















Parachutists
Hold Hostages
In Jungle

Turner Joy |
To Go Home |

TOKYO, May 19. |
Vice-Admiral Charles Turne
Joy leader of the U.N, delegation)
at the Korean truce talks is to}
return home to the United meen

next month to become Superin-

MIAMI, Florida, May 19
Grim drama was being enacted
Brazil ngles

where I



deep. in



tendent of the Naval Academy at} Mc nday

Annapolis Maryland, civilian aviation invé
Major General William K.ja Brazilian air fore:

Harrison Deputy commander Uni-|to win freedom



ted States 8th Army and member) group of parachut





of the truce delegation sinod| Gordon Benne chief a¢ "

January will take over leadership; the Miami International District
of the delegation from May 23.) Office of the C.A.A.,. said 30q¢
Admiral Joy’s successor as Com-j more armed i ts wer
mander Naval forces Far East] holding Scott A. CAA
will be Vice Admiral R. O. Briscoe] @Viation safety advisor from Mi-
Commander of the U.S. Seventh}#â„¢i, and Major Miranda â„¢@erre

of the Brazilian Air Force

Fleet.

“for practical purposes” his job
as chief negotiator was done after













} : 7 ij(rain), Somerset 115, Shac)
ese ropa were put torwara] How Much Does (esr. “One waster out frst |tom ‘nye fort Kent, Clam
o | oe . r ae gan, Kent 408 and eighteen
There was nothing left to: Gomes Know Barker got five wekets for 11 icne, Glamorgan 244, G. Smi
negotiate except for the actual Py eed Rudder 4 for 12, and Taylor five for 64
time of sighing, but it appears, From Our Own Cc t Fr.) at J - | orth nts vs. Middlesex. Mir
: ' 4 7 zt PORT-OF-SPAIN 19. all of wickets; — 1 for 5, 2 for 5, rf f = poly
that ea ate TACT eee Trinidadians a all _¢,| 3 for 12. 4 for 13, 5 for 19, 6 for | dlesex 278, Northants 294 for
ested in talking than in signing bes te en "| 22, 7 for 31, 8 for 31, 9 for 31, 10|Barrick 130 not out (rain.)
the spokesman added. vis: Sema Bow: cATneet ennae citi maree, ae ....| Notts vs. Essex, Notts 268 and
—U.P. rae Me T ae de a i| Empire were leading with 102/95 for one, Essex 227
RY ne ' ae ee : »-|runs as skipper Robinson and/ Surrey vs. Su x, Sussex 365
Y : ; ; ; , Hune opened the second innings for nine declared (Lock fi
Court Recessed Commur a , ) which lasted one hour, six minutes 93) and at tor none "s imrey 432
J 5 i when an appeal for light was |\¢,. we Jeclared, Fletcher 116
° T Gor ted th ‘ ic ia for seven declare Fletcher
R 1 | own wy Mentsitin tent | Setanta tor. | granted The score was 30 for) ponctable 7
ul = Not Ku A ee ts ; ee . | two wickets. Hunte caught Gore "Aine ore seit) Whawurinke:
WASHINGTON. May 19 rep nae ae batcngt x “t..| bowled Anthonyson 20, Robinson |. i?" o¢ BELOIT dae
United States Supreme nurt +o oa lama run out 4, Taylor 3 not out, Nor- lan ’ a 245. i, . as Ht
day recessed until next Monday to j ville not out 0. Extras 3. as a
without announcing a decision on | ment ork The first Test match ends to-|lies six for 55
resi T ; : co *| motrow erences
President Truman’s seizure of |truct | . _ winner .
steel mills. There was no indica- T ili “All FIRST WEST INDIAN
tion when the court would make: Gon erm, latent aie TO BE ADMINISTRATOR
its decision known. ; for The Chairman of the Sanitary ba Iti ns el f :
The nation’s highest tribunal sp L a m| Commissioners of St. Thomas will| KINGSTON, Jamaica, May !
has been considering for six d: ense of al l~| be paid a travelling allowance of Henry L, Lin Jamaican prin-
the const onal issue on whether Ce 8.00 per ontt h retroactive ‘ l tant ecret
Truman eded his px ect f the 2 of March la
‘ Auet ¢ Other members of the Boa
> te t { ve r i at the rate of 1( per t W
UP c

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Hilton of Lancashire who had come in as last minute sub
stitute for Jenkins of Worcestershire.
seiidaetnetogtt Metis eer ee es

1, Roy showed a delightful rang:
J -
Sports Window

of strokes in seoring 62
» ving Simpson a catch at mick







YACP.0. will play MO.0R. |\Halleys catch to dintiles Mant
and Carlton—Pirates in two wag the highlight of the
First Division games of Basket Flinging himself sideway
ball tonight at Y.M.P.C. Play | took at full stretch with his 1
starts at 7.30 p.m. jhand a ball travelling wide

These two matches were }him and low, Mantri had sco
originally scheduled to have led 37,
been played on Saturday night Brightest cricket of the
the 10th, but were postponed. | was at the Oval where Suri

Each team is comparatively hit up 448 for seven declat
strong and the matches should against Sussex. Fletcher
be interesting. r.ade 116 led the way with

ye Bedser in a first wicket partn:
- ‘ o * a whip of 162 in just over
Enzpire 135, 20—2 |hours.
| Sussex bowling was far f

hostile and the late Surrey b:

Antigua 33 imen hit powerfully.

| Yorkshire beat Worcestersh

A U.N. Spokesman at Munsan ee sain they were being usedy, ANTIGUA, May 19 by an innings and 73 runs, Yo
said today that Admiral Joy had} /'* ‘eporent a eee ib fal) Heavy rains this morning caused |Shire 399, Worcestershire |
asked to be relieved as senior - aie # ik ‘lis a aie et “i “| the wicket to be unfit for play until! (Truman seven for 46) and
truce delegate to take up his new} ," landin op aah ars = Poa P=" 3.50 p.m, 3 Wardle 6 for 75.
appointment if the Communists the rit mehieta® "Pi oe ) ror) In 42 minutes Antigua’s inning Close of play scores De
did not accept within two weeks World Roe ‘i a4 oon “1 was closed with 13 runs added to | vs. Leicester, Derby 225 and
the Allies final compromise pro-} "OU" killing a oe . es | the overnight score. The total was|for five, Leicester 178, Glas
posals for armistice put forward] Pri! 29 killing 50 persons.— on April 28. The Admiral felt that figures. Two batsmen made five Hants vs. Somerset, Hant

runs and two made four each, one | for nine declared and 136 {
| made two runs and four made one















>i t CARRINGTON VILLAGE GIRLS’ SCHOOL carried off First Prize in the Junior Division at the Empire
Second Prize went to Comber-, entries was well over last year'd Week Bxhibition, The Exhibition opens today.
mere School. Combermere pic-| Posters 3 El atk nia sipibliiiessaeched ec eee nami
sented a realistic setting such as! Queen's Coll rr ee bia “"
: s Jueen’s College carried off First
background with clouds. It was} ps 1, ; i e > e Cc
[the only school which did not vse} Sreieat atlas of anetent Ageaea mit ers i ‘ te { & a
ly a a oa A se it rtiful group of posters, Second a a q ? a n
the Square plot. It presented a] p went ~ Girls’ Foundation in i is cery
| plot in the shape of the are of a} =, { Third Prize to Alex+ ® ‘ © s
cirele eee x
oe : School. n | h a
Girls’ Foundation School wa ye Alexandra School's posters Joi S e ul ourne
Laer the Third Prize, Their e especially impressive. Thib
|praject was also well | d@ne is â„¢M vy aue trone colours e ia ast: said oS inh
| Fourth Prize went to Bay Stt: et| jp: P Oo 1¢ce THE CHANCERY SUT in which the funds and man-
| Boys oe for a well laid outl” Consolation Prizes went to Come e : agement of Colleton, Trent, Lascelles, Mt. Prospect and
project. | : = ak . 7 3 7 :
. , ‘ | bermere ts ay Stree 3 é § ; ras vg afore € f
St. Mark’s Boys’, Boscobel Bey one ey nee Dee pi Mikes Ope ay (87 rn eee aa Four Hills are in dispute, was heard before the ¢ f
vod}. eck HT mick: . cereals . PORT-OF-SPAIN, May 19 Justice Sir Allan Collymore yesterday and adjourned 1 \
}Consolation Prizes, Queen's College] attracted the attention of the Mr. Peter Smithers, whose aj; Wednesday, pending the recovery of Reginald O. Carrin
wand gs - o ee 4 Sb uct e » ' Jorlir nite ri 4
parried, a lighting aystorn which | passer-by. : aren ws lane Ree ee tae ton, a plaintiff of the suit, who was not well enough to b
showed up the project t was a Rites ty mieieinn) suane vate Secretary to the ne ee” | ese oC mina
but not exagtly | Be h ee general were Not) tor of State for Colonial Affairs | present at the Court yesterday.
A pecularity about hitto if oi if oe iemwy lattase |e announced to-day, will hav« The cases before the Chief ama and the plantations were for
St. Mark's is that they presented |j,> was in evidence. ter-'to resign from the chairmanship | justice which are being heard as the society. - ar
Tt oe = The competition in the Senior of e bn ae eae hl “Lone, are RK, OU, Carrington versus Yesterday Wallingford Chritch-
Division takes the form of an of the waeeEve ive arty, Nt") Perey G. Seales and RK; ©. Scan- low who had featured in the buy~
ant Smithers said “my new dutic: |tlebury in respect to Colleton and ing of the estates, gave eviden
The Exhibition is open to schools will make it impossible for me (>| Trent, James Connell versus P. G He said that prior to October ov,
j te and will remain so on continue but I shall still attend |Seales and C, C, Skinner in re- | 1941, he was in communication
| Wednesday and Thursday, On! meetings as an observer to Miniv-|spect to Lascelles and Mount jqwith Percy Seales of Colon, Paw-
Fri and Saturday it will be, ‘er Mr. H. L. Hopkinson | Ercagens and H, M. Best versus fama, relative to the purchase of
pened to schools and the general — — | P. Seales and Harris. estates in Barbados. On October
| public ; . : A iri ey hap Teen Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C,, instruet- |6, he met Seales at Seawell slong
Friday afternoon from 3.00 to 'e wilt be Pay yrbers ine ee 2 ed by Messrs Carrington & Sealy !with John Scantlebury and Reg-
00 the Police Band, conducted by tive members at thet Next Mee ire appearing for the Plaintiffejinald Carrington, The three of
lGapt. €. BE. Raison, by kind pers) !8. Mr. Bernard Braine who/and Mr, G, H. Adams, instructed | them drove to his’ office in Bridge-
' on ef Colonel R. 'T’. Michelin | Visited the West Indies last. ye by Messrs Haynes and Griffith for| town and had a discussion,
! Commissioner of Police, will give | but had to,eut short his trip be» (ihe defendants, :
ba concert of appropriate music at cause of the general election The plantations were bought Seales told him that Carrington
tt chool being considered, He is at pre jointly by the plaintiffs and the}had also come to buy an estate.
: ‘ ent secretary of the committe :, defendants. The plaintiffs ave;,lt was decided that they would
ail 7 * 2 ) prior to his appointment, My. |cleboing that the its are sone Seti buy, a
| @h rd Strike In ; Smithers shad put down on ardes | in possession — an contro eerie _ See sent Sur
i a | papers 62 questions on the Wes! |“ aac to and have faile. ane ie cana at “the Matha.
| Six Months Indies to be sapwered betwer i eee Busbonaliee bok ey dus: Progréasive Sac ete Seat
‘ id-July. These deal oe : . : a8 eg oo a
| WINDSOR, Ontario, May 19. | FO” dow ol ath ‘eottettibe o ),, | They have sold and otherwise dis- | ond Seales, President of the Bar-
| Ford geass Company ‘ ¢ Colonial Development Corpor ) | reahiivaee, “seltiseuaaer “ on oon ene eve: eee .
Canada, Monday faces its thire » Caribbes He has had « v. . é oi ;
jinajor rk atop re. within | alk |-wi a. e: pong I ; ‘he " ‘stocks and have never accounted! They said they wanted 12
}} toppags withdraw these yu 1ey hay or. hig saeivee . swstates and he was told to recom-
fmonths, Ford office workers went, been taken up by other members | °° Dave refused to account or Jestates and he was a eco)
Prt trike late yesterday re back he 2 i ithe i | imake settlements with the plain mend estates and submit to Seales.
ade pendiha wit ¢ last August of the a HE ee ane aaa .| tiffs in connection with the pur- | After the meeting, he got in tou:
P (CP) ae , a gust raised in the House in the near! chase monies received from sales | with Mr, R, E. Gill in connect







|) with Colleton in St. Luey an
| The plaintiffs want te snare of] Peter and afterwards Scantlebury,

ich plaintiff to be aseertained by Carrington and Seales had a loot

the Court and for that purpose—|eround at the estate ar
|| necessary accounts and en-; satisfied. Gill decided to a
juiries be taken and made. They!they bought it for £6 200 J
vant the payment and transfer} took them to the Royal Bank of
the defendants to themselves} Canada on the same day, the
f what shall be found to be theirs| seventh, but did not get 9»
nd also the appointment of alarranged then and the money \
receiver eventually deposited at the C
Management dian Bank of Commeresr
They are asking that the plan- Account Opened
tations be managed by such a An account was opened at the
receiver under the directions of] Royal Bank of Canada for
the Court the three—Carrington, Seantiebur
The parties in the case are|and Seales. They took possession

connected

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PAGE TWO







Caub Calling

ON’BLE V. C
Managing Dire
Advocate Co., Ltd,. ret
St. Vincent by B.G
terday after nayi
to that colony.
Education Adviser

M®*; J. L. NICOL, _O.B.F.,
Education

Adviser to the
Comptroller for Development and
Welfare, returned from Antigua
by B.W.LA. over the week end
after paying a visit to the colony.
oa was accompanied by Mrs.

Vicol.
On Holiday
RRIVING from Trinidad yes-

terday by BIW.LA. were
Mrs. E. Prodgers and Miss E.
Prodgers. They have come over
for a holiday and are staying at
“Waverley”, St. James.

Resident Tutor
WAR. STANLEY SHARP, Resi
4v4 dent Tutor in the Leewarc
Islands for ‘he University Colleg
of the West Indies, left for thi
United Kingdom on long leave by
the De Grasse yesterday evening }?






He was accompanied by his vem

and little son.

Mr. Sharp and family arrived
over the week end by B.W.1A.
from Antigua and were guests of
Mr. and Mrs, A, Douglas-Smith' ,
at Sandy-Hook, Maxwell's. ,

Also leaving by the De Grasse

for the U.K. on five months’ holi-
day was Mr. R. Taylor, articled
Clerk to Messrs Cottle, Catford

& Co,, Solcitors of High Street.

For Helsinki
R, TREVOR GALE, Advertis-
ing Manager of the Advocate

left yesterday evening by the S.S. >

De Grasse for England, He will
be away for about five months.
Mr. Gale, who’ now combines a
much needed vacation with busi-
ness on behalf of his firm, will
take the opportunity to visit the
Continent,
He will
Games at
Advocate and
England will

cover the Olympic
Helsinki for the
on his return to
be joined by Mrs.
Gale, tele |
His many friends including
Carib, whom he once impersonat-
ed, will join in wishing him
boy voyage and a safe return.



MR. TREVOR GALE (left) chats with Mr. Gilmour Roacheford, Hon.

Secretary of the Amateur Athletic

Mr. Gale is covering the Olympics at Helsinki later this year for

“pee ae AAvouayS,



?





MR. & MR# HILARY ROETT

St. John’s Ambulance Married Last Saturday
‘. A™ ST. .STEPHEN’S Churc!
Brigade Saturday afternoon, Mis.
the arrivals

E A MONG by Dorothy Corbin,
L.W.LA, on Monday from of Mr, and Mrs. E.
Trinidad was Mrs, F.

Davie- Brighton, Black Rock,

eldest daughter
W. Corbin of
was mar-

BARBADOS

Returned Yesterday
MONG the passengers return-
d ing yesterday by the S.S.
De Grasse were Dr. and Mrs. K
Simon, Mr. "Cameron Hewitt of
Alleyne, Arthur; Mr, Wm. McD.
Forde, Government Surveyor of
Shipping and his daughter Mrs
George Fergusson, and Mrs. §S,
Phillips and her niece Miss Y.
Barnwell. They were all cruise
passengers who travelled up to
Jamaica.
Special Classes
a ete eS morning classes
for the New Session were
started at the Housecraft Centre.
These classes are the regular eve-
ning classes but the #pecial train-
ing for school teachers and club
members which wiil be for one
year’s duration will begin on
Tuesday, 27th May.
After 26 Years
M®* & MRS. J. J. CASTO of
Barranquilla, Colombia, ar-
rived by the French s.*. De Grasse
yesterday afternoon for a_holi-
day. They expect to be here fo
about two weeks staying at tihe
Crane Hotel. 4
Mr. Casto who is in the Real
Estate business is paying his firs
visit to the island since 1926. Hi
wife was last here in 1947,

To Join Her Husband
RS. CARLISLE BURTON wa:
a passenger for England on
the De Grasse which left her
yesterday afternoon. She has Rone
to join her husband who is tak-
ing a course in Librarianship a
the Leeds School of Librarianship
Mr. Burton is Assistant Libra-

rian, Public Library.

Spent Two Weeks

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Smith who is here for a_ short ried to Mr. Hilary Roett only son :

visit, : of Mr. and Mrs. F. Roett of St. FTER spending two weeks
The St. John Ambulance Bri- James. on in Barbados staying at the

gade, London, have sent Mrs. The bride who was given in Ae sete s On ana ie

Davie-Smith to the Southern mirriage by her father wore a jatas jvmiae by the as oe

Caribbean for a period of two di! + of en we aan, ee veil Grasse , aoe

years. held in place by orange blossom: - Crim =» % anaci ;
Her work is to organise First aod she carried a bouquet o See Pte, See

Queen Anne’s lace and Pink Roses
Her only bridesmaid was Miss
Joan Carter who wore a dress of
blue net over shotted taffeta and
her bouquet was of pink roses.
The ceremony was fully choral

Aid classes, chiefly in the country
districts of Trinidad, Grenada, The
Leeward Islands and Barbados
with the object of increasing mem-
bership in the St. John Ambulance
Brigade.

Her present visit is to get in 4nd was conducted by the Rev.
touch ‘with people who would be B. C. Ulyett. The duties of best-
willing to organise these classes, â„¢@an were performed by Mr

Talk Tonight Paves Grant and the ushers vvere



N. Goddard and Mr. B,

ISS MARGARET HART who Maithews,
’ is at present at the ¥.W.C.A,, A reception was held at Tur-
will give a talk of her organisation ner Hall Pltn. the home of the

over Rediffusion
o'clock to-night.

Service at 8 05 bride’s aunt and the honeymoon

will be spent at Bath, St. John.

Geologist Leaves

as Canvasser
at the end of last month
Walcott of ‘Dalmeney”

tired
B.M.L.A,
and Mrs,



“TAS pm "Rendezvous, 7.45 p.m PI
. oe sonal Portrait, 8.00 p.m. Linger A
FTER paying a short visit to] While, 8.15 p.m. Radio Newsreel, 8.3(
Barbados, Mr. John Mason,] P-â„¢ Report From Britain, 845 p.m
F net cael . ao a '| Interlude, 8.55 p.m. From The Editorials
a Geologist employed with the 9.00 .m. Books To Read, 9.15 p.m. The
Union Oil Company in California,} arts, 9.30 pm. Ray's A Laugh, 10.00 p.m
left for Venezuela by L.A:V. on] The News, 10.10 News Talk. 10.15 p.m
Sunday. He expects to go on to] Herbert Hodge Tolking, 10.30 p.m. ‘Till
: + The Se. ia 7 ry
Lima before returning to the USA,| 4 The Seas Gang Dry.
Other passengers leaving on 536605
2 PSEC E SEES SSS LOS y)
Sunday by L.A.V, for Venezuela " cn
were Mrs. Errol Steele of Bonnie G A i E T Y

of the}

ector of Messrs Caleb and Joshue
Griffiths and Co., Ltd., Clothin
Manufacturers of Newport.



Listening ‘Hours

4 00—7.15 p.m. 19.76M 25.53M



4.00 p.m. The News, 4.10 p.m. The
Daily Service, 4.15 p.m. New Records
4.45 p.m, Sandy McPherson, 5.00 p.m
Cricket, 5.15 p.m. Nights at the Opera
6.00 pm. Ulster Magezine, 6.15 p.m
Meet The Commonwealth, 6.45 p.m
Sports Round-up and Programme Parade
700 p.m. The News, 7.10 p.m, Home
News From Britain,
7.15—10.30 ® m 25 53M 31 22M





\ The weekly Club
Dinner Dances



.from the top of the bookcase.





ADVOCATE



The Magician Made an Offer

— He'd Change Everyone Into Something Else —
By MAX TRELL f

“MY friend Merlin the Magician |
is here,” Mr. Punch said with a
smile as Knarf and Hanid entered
the playroom. “If there’s anything
you'd like to be changed into for
an hour or so, I'm sure he'll be)
happy to oblige.”

“Exactly!” said a cackling voice

Knarf and Hanid looked up and
saw Merlin the Magician sitting
on top of the bookcase with his feet
stretched out op the Dictionary and
his elbows resting back on the
Geography. “I'll change you into
anything you like, from a dragon
to a gnat,” he added. Then he
cackled again.

Knarf and Hanid couldn’t make |
up their minds what they felt Like |
being changed into,

“A dragon’s quite nice,” Mr.
Punch suggested. “Of course you'd |
have to have lots of room for ~—
tail. And you'd probably have to
stay on a mountain inside a deep

cave.



Merlin the Magician was sitting in
the playroom.

“Can’t say 1 recommend any-
body changing himself into a cat,’
said Merlin. “When you come back
| you do odd things. You arch your
back and scratch. You climb up
fn’ Li trees when a dog comes along. You
Didn't Like It
hunti at night in the cellar

Merlin said: “I’ve changed lots of | le sien: ou dren milk out of a
folks into dragons, Most of them | saucer. And, strangest of all, you
oe like 7 1X > always start washing your face

“Why?” aske narf.

with your hand.”

“They always came back with | h
sore throats. Dragons, you know, Can't Sleep
breathe out fire and smoke. That “Owl?” said Mr. Punch,
generally gives you a sore throat “You can’t sleep at night for
until you get used to it.” months afterwards,” said Merlin,

“How about being a duck, my | shaking his head. “Don’t be an owl.”
dears?” Mr. Punch suggested “A bee?” said Mr. Punch.
again. “Ducks are pleasant little] «[ye changed people into bees
creatures. They seem to have a) They can’t stop humming.”
great deal of fun paddling across| «A Jjjion?”
ponds then diving their heads down “Oh, no. Whenever you talk you

for worms and things in the mud.”

Merlin said: “Lots of my friends | | roar, Hivesy body Oe ee
got themselves changed into ducks. | “‘’’ a Pia! 4 3
None of {im were pleased.” | _ By this time Knarf and Hanid

Hanid asked why Merlin’s friends | didn't know what they wanted to

c be changed into. Everything seemed






weren't pleased to get themselves | .
changed inte Sucks. | ba be bad. They finally asked Merlin

“They came back and couldn’t | & suggest something himself
wi right for several weeks,” said “Wel, he said, “I'd suggest you
Merlin, “They all waddled, And|change yourself into a couple of

every now and then, for no reason | children having an ice-cream soda
at all, they’d go and duck their | That’s the best thing of all, You
heads in a bucket of water.” jcome back feeling fine.”

Knarf and Hanid decided not to| So that’s what Knarf and Hanid
be ducks, | let Merlin the Magician ¢hauce

“What about a cat?” said Mr.|them into—a boy and girl havirg
Punch. “There’s an interesting ani- | an ice-cream soda, And sure enough
mal to be changed into?” they came back ke sentinn fir

NOTICE

JT IS NOT CUSTOMARY to publish a paper
following a Bank Holiday, but by special
arrangements the SUNDAY ADVOCATE
will be published as usual on May 25th.



Dundee’, St. Lawrence Gap. She
was accompanied by her mother ate Garden—St. James - ~~ :

Mrs. M. coaachart and her little| “DAVID HARDING * each in inti are aa requested to
daughter Mary Ann, COUNTERSPY” % send in all changes of copy by 4 p.m. on
%. Sieele w > resides i Willard PARKER. & Xle > - . ie
Mrs. Steele who now resides in) .punLpoG DRUMMOND ° WEDNESDAY and Bookings for Advertising

Barbados has gone over for a STRIDES BACK’™ | o ‘ a Mail 1
holiday. Her husband is proprie- Ron RANDELL ® spaces will be closed the same hour.
tor of Steele’s Book Stores in| 4” FRAY & SAT. 80 PM s
Caracas, | wa Pet. ro Wom anon i. § YOUR CO-OPERATION is specially invited
From Venezuela MANETS. KUMAON’ in this most important matter.
Mes: OLGA GARAVINI and | *seeceassgeesssees: ee :
her son Sadio were the on- By order of the Management
ly passengers who arrived here 7
en Sunday by L.A.V. from Mai- g
quetia. They have come over for >
a holiday which they are spend-| CO LO N Y = ADV T
ing at the Hotel Royal, |
For U.K. Holiday L |
R. J. N. WALCOTT whe re-}

LIMITED.

tockley, are now on their wax) will recommence 2009000O90000004
to England to spend about five on SATU y ] GODPLO DODO OOO
Association of Barbados. months holiday. They left yes- signsmabaluniieer we | :
terday evening by he ss. De DINNER JACKETS G iL 0 B E
_ Grasse. \ or
LOUNGE SUITS TODAY: 5 & 8.30 P.M. — LAST SHOWING

LOTUS PERFUMED COLOGNE

Perfumers down the ages have
never invented a more delightful,
easy form of physical refreshment
and pleasure than that in use by
women the world over in the
present day, when perfumed
Colognes are used to stimulate
and invigorate the body after
bathing. Highly concentrated Co-
lognes, delicately perfumed with
haunting fragrances are splashed
lavishly over the body, cooling it
and giving a day-long aura of
‘freshness which can be attained
in no other way.

Perhaps one of the most de-
lightful of these ‘day-time’ frag-
rances is that of Lo us Perfumed
Cologne—a fine. extra strength
Cologne from Bond Street, Lon-
don, which is treasured by select
fashionable women the worl
over, and which can be obtained

in two sizes—the handy, easily
packed three-and-a-half ounce
bottle, and the larger bathroom

containing seven ounces.

BY THE

size,



D*. STRABISMUS (Whom
God Preserve) of Utrecht

has at last succeeded in isolating
the Bamp, which is the basic re-
agent at work in the science of
electrostatics, or electricity dor-
mant and at rest.

To make electricity active even
when it is inactive is an achieve-
ment which is bound to have far
reaching ‘consequences, especially
on the «determination of atomic
weights by using positive rays on
the parmbola system, The whole
field of electric traction of mole-
cules will be transformed, if dis-
placement of current can be con-
eee alin the. Slectvomitive Couperin, may be intern while the electromitive

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Lotus Perfumed
been given

Cologne has
the name of a sacred
flower which has been a symbol
of loveliness and mystery down
the ages, and which has been the

voice, the turn of your head .
Cologne habit is one which gives
almost as much pleasure to your
friends as to yourself. It
you a person whose proximity is

subject of countless beautiful le- pleasant, and whenever the sub-
gends and poems Reference is ile, haunting fragrance of Lotus
made to the Lotus flower in Ho- Cologne is present, it evokes

mer’s Odyssey and in early San- memories of you.

. The

makes



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in the temple sculpture of An- @ heavy perfume wou oe un-
cient Egypt, India ate China. suitable—in very hot climates for in aig
Though not a floral scent, Lotus instance, where exotic fragrances
Perfumed Cologne thas a_ rare, Can be over-powering, for travel
romantic note, faintly spicy and When you are inclined to be
subtle, which makes its exotic headache-y and jaded, for sport
name perticularly apt. when you want to keep fresh and THE UNSHINE '
alert, or for working hours when Z
There are a thousand and one only a light hint of perfume if wise! PL
ways in which it is an indispens- discreet, And on those occasions aa
able part of the fastidious toilet. st night when you feel ‘too tired “a



The skin is perfumed with it, the to sleep’ a luke-warm bath fol-
hair and the bath. Used often it lowed by a light Cologne friction

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Edril Wins In



Eleventh

By Our

EDRIL scored a convincing vic-
tory in the Tornado Class when
the Eleventh Regatta of the
R.B.Y.C. was sailed in Carlisle
Bay on Saturday. Her skip-
per Ivan Perkins kept her in the
lead throughout the three rounds.
At the finish she was well ahead
of Vamoose.

The race was sailed south about,
At the start a fresh south
east breeze blew but it shifted east
as the afternoon wore on. There
will most likely be one protest.
At the end of the race Mischief
was seen flying the protest flag.

The race was sailed south about.
has a difficult job working out the
times. But some helmsmen make
it even more difficult for this hard
working Committee. They drop
out of races and the Committee is
at a lost to know whether they
have committed a breach of the
rules or have stopped because of
a breakdown.

The Committee realises that it
is very difficult for a helmsman,
whose mooring is off the Harbour
Police Pier or along the Fonta-
belle coast, to sail back to the
Aquatic Club after breaking down
out in the Harbour. But these
helmsmen can at least be consid-
erate enough to telephone the
Yacht Club and inform the Com-
mittee of the reason for dropping
out of the race. This would facili-
tate the work of the Committee
and at the same time assist in the
publication of the correct points,

All the B boats raced with the
exception of Okapi and Wizard.
During the first round Flirt pull-



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QUIZ

By SPORTS EDITOR

The Barbados Advocate
will award a book on sport
to the first person who sends
the corre¢t answers to the
following questions.

1. CRICKET

What is the name of the
Barbados cricketer who, in
am Intercolonial fixture
with Trinidad, injured his
knee and was compelled by
the umpire to stand and
roll the ball underhand
down the pitch.
2. FOOTBALL

A team kicks off and by
clever combined play man-
ages to score without an
opponent playing the ball.
Should the referee award a
goal?
3. RACING

Name the Barbados own-
ed horse that won the
Trinidad Turf Club Cup at
the Christmas meeting 1927.
4, BOXING

From whom did Joe
Louis first win the world
heavyweight boxing cham-
pionship?
5. TABLE TENNIS

What is meant by the
term “Let” in table tennis?

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the winner will be publish-
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Regatta

Yachting Correspondent

ed away from Moyra Blair, Fan-
tasy and Rascal. At the end of
this round was about ten sec-
onds ahead of Rascal. Fantasy
was third, followed by Ranger.

Flirt kept the lead finished
the coer round 18 seconds which
of Rascal. Moyra Blair, whic
overtook Fantasy, was
minute and 20 seconds behind
Rascal. Mischief received a min-
ute from Gipsy but at this stage
she was only 40 seconds ahead.

Rascal overtook Flirt in the last
round, She went on to beat Flirt
by a minute and a second. Third
was Moyra Blair, a minute and 29
seconds behind Flirt. Mischief
came fourth, two minutes and two
seconds later. Gipsy finished 33
seconds later.

C Class honours went to Mad-
ness. This was also a very inter-
esting race. Madness sailed beau-
tifully. _ In the first round she
went ahead of Miss Behave and
Folly. She finished this round
five minutes and 13 seconds ahead
of Gannet. which was second.
Third was Folly, 12 seconds later.
Magwin was fourth, five seconds
ahead of

Madness held on to the lead.
She finished two minutes and 54
seconds ahead of Gannet which
defeated Rogue by two minutes
and 49 seconds. Scamp finished
fourth, two minutes and 22 seconds
later.

Gnat scored another victory in
the Intermediate Class. At the end
of the first round Invader was in
the lead. She was two minutes
and 31 seconds ahead of Reen, sec-
ond. Third was Clytie, a second
later. Mohawk was fourth, fol-
lowed by Gnat.

Gnat soon overtook the other
boats. She beat Invader, second,
by a minute and 55 seconds. Third
was Reen, 56 seconds later. Mo-
hawk was fourth, beating Clytie
by 28 seconds. Mohawk was
however disqualified for striking
the western mark in the second
round.

D Class honours went to Sinbad.
Hurricane and Rainbird did not
start. Hurricane is at present in
St. Vincent. She was sailed there
by her owner-skipper, Ian Gale.
Corkie Roberts, owner-skipper of
Rainbow went as crew.

Seabird was 16 seconds ahead
of Sinbad at the end of the first
round. Van Thorndyke was third,
a minute and 37 seconds later.
Sinbad soon overtook Seabird and
went on to win the race. She fin-
ished two minutes and 27 seconds
ahead of Seabird, second. Van
Thorndyke was third, four min-
utes and 22 seconds later.

Edril scored a surprising victory
in the Tornado Class. She led
throughout the race. At the
finish she was 31 seconds ahead
of Vamoose. Comet was third.

The Twelfth Regatta of the
R.B.Y.C. will be sailed in Car-
lisle Bay on Saturday, May 24,
(Bank-Holiday).

The le were as follows:—

B Class: Rascal; 2. Flirt; 3.

Moyra Blair

C Class: 1. Madness; 2. Gannet;

3. Rogue.

Intermediate: 1. Gnat; 2. In-
vader; 3. Reen.
D Class: 1. Sinbad; 2. Seabird;

3. Van Thorndyke,
Tornado Class: . 1,

Edril; 2.
Vamoose; 3. Comet.

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The points and times for the Eleventh Regatta are as
follows :—
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1. Gipsy 33.27 34.31 34.32 34.10 5 11 115 165
4. Hi He 38.33 39.03 39.34 39.03 D.S.Q 0 101
5. Mischief 33.17 35.01 34.39 34.19 4 12 116
6, Flirt S441 35.38 36.04 35.28 2 14 131
7. Moyra Blair 36.42 36.04 35.55 35.54 3 13 oy
8. Rasea!l 34.40 35.46 34.45 35.04 1 15 102
9. Okapi DNS. — _ 66
13. Ranwer 38.31 39.52 37.31 38.38 7 9 101
481. Fantasy 35.22 37.44 38.53 37.20 $ 10 ill
TORNADO CLASS
T.K, 34 Comet 22.35 21.68 22.25 22.9) 3 10 100 132
TK 35 Bdril 20.01 23.04 22.22 21.49 1 es 115
T.K. 37 Tempest DNS - 43
T.K. 38 Thunder D.N.S é 79
TK. 40 Vamoose 22.35 21.51 214 22.00 ’ il 128
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1, Miss Behave 41,50 44.21% 7 a 50 110
2. Seamp 40.54 41.315 4 7 78
3. Madness 40.35 39.15 1 10 72
7. Rogue 40.24 40.23 3 8
9. Folly 43.5: 43.374» 6
10, Gannet 38.16 38.35 2 9 ge
11. Magwin 43.21 42.22% 6 5 73
INTERMEDIATE
1. Gnat $8.55 40.20 39.37 1 12 126
2. Invader A152 44.21 43.06". 2 1 a
4. Coronetta 4112 42.31 415i 6 8 97
7. Mohawk 40.52 43.45 42.19 DS.Q 0 9
8. Skippy 44.08 DNF. 0 Mm
9. Dauntle 45.36 45.35 45.352 6 7 o4
ll. Reen 43.22 43.30 ; 0 91
12. Dawr 47.07 . 0 7
18. Clytic 42.07 42.55 42.31 4 9 65
D CLASS
2. Imp D.N.F DNF 122
$ Rainbird DNS INS 10,
4. Seabird 45.21 47.37 46.29 2 1 lod
7. Sinbad 42.39 44.52 43.45 2 i 12 76
8. Peter Pan DNS DNS
Olive Bl N.S 7
10. Van Thorndyke 47.10 50.02 48.36 3 10 84
12, Rainbow D.N.S DNS 4
14. Hurricane D.N'S D.NS og



CHANCERY SUI
ADJOURNED

of Colleton that day and he was
appointed to look after the culii-
vation. For the purpose of culti-
vation, he was given a £6)0
cheque, and $9,500 waS deposited
as_a Savings Account in the Royal
Bank of Canada.

from page 1

After other negotiations for
other plantations, he interviewed
a Mr. Spencer in connection wiih
Trent Plantation and this was
eventually bought for £10,000,
£1,000 being paid from the pro-
ceeds of Colleton produce, The
sale of Trent was completed in
June, 1942. $9,300 came from the
profits of Colleton, $9,000 from

the Royal Bank of Canada on the
instructions of a cable from Pan-

ama and $30,000 through Mr.
Seales in Panama.
Before Seales had left for,

Panama, he had approached him
with the suggestion tlgat it would
be advantageous to acquire Las-
celles and he started negotiations
with regard it, When he notified
Seales of his pragress, Seales said
he would see the others and come
over. Lascelles was bought on
May 3, 1943, and he assumed its
management. Mount Prospect and
Four Hills were bought on sub-
sequent occasions.

Comnany Suggested

He said that Mr. Haynes,
Solicitor, had suggested to him
that the plantations should be
formed into a company. He in his
turn threw out the suggestions to
the various parties, but Seales
objected.

His connection with the work-
ing of the estate ceased in May,
1943,

All the estates were in order
at the time they were bought, he
said, but Colleton and Trent were
lying fallow at present. He was
not certain about the state of the

the

others.
He was asked under cross-
examination if in 1943 when he

sent in the income tax return, he
was not sent for and told that as
the property was the property of
the Barbados Progressive Society
they would have to tax them as a
society and he acquiesced. He re-

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LAND DISPUTE
SETTLED

In the Assistant Court of Appeal

yesterday Their Honours Mr.
J. W. B. Chenery and Mr. A. J. H.
Hanschell gave judgment for the

defendant James Harewood and
made an order that the plaintiff
Almina Harewood of Well House,
St Philip, should be paid the
amount of $150 in the suit which
Almina Harewood brought against
James Harewood, asking the court
to inquire into the matter of an
acre and a half of land which they
both had a hand in

Mr, E, W. Barrow appeared on
behalf of the plaintiff and submit-
ted that the question of jurisdic-
tion did not enter in the case and
the court was not asked to decide
the question of title as the convey-
ance would have shown.

When the suit went to the Petty
“Debt Court of District “C” His
Worship Mr. A. W. Harper gave
judgment for James Harewood and
ordered Almina Harewood to pay
the costs of 6/-. Almina Harewood
later appealed against Mr. Har-
per's decision.

Hawker Fined £4.

Edna Lewis (64) a hawker of
Westbury Road, St, Michael, was
yesterday ordered to pay a fine of
£4 for selling 12 bananas to Lo-
renzo Morton for 12 cents on Tudor
Street, City. The bananas should
have been sold at three for one
penny. The offence was commit-
ted on May 19 about 10.15 a.m,

The fine which was imposed by
His Worship Mr. G. B, Griffith,
Acting Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict “A”, is to be paid by month-
ly instalments of £1 per month or
three months’ imprisonment with
hard labour,

The case was brought by Inspec-
tor Charles Roberts,



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plied that he had given an idea
then of what the position was.

He said that there
any suggestion that he might be-
come a director of the plantations,
but on @ certain letter being read
to him, he corrected himself and
said that there had been talk of
his being a director.

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Tuesday, May 20, 1952

_ v ’ 7
GOVERNMENT
VEGETABLES

IN the Estimates for 1952-53, the estim-
ated revenue of six district agricultural
stations is $22,000. General running ex-
penses are estimated to be $61,300 and con-
tingencies are $5,000. The Government is
therefore budgeting for a possible loss of

$44,300 in the current year and a prebable
loss of $39,300.



In view of the importance of agriculture
to the community and the need for experi-
ments of the kind that are being conduct-
ed at the six stations the loss of these
substantial sums might be accepted with
resignation. But before such acceptance
can be counselled closer scrutiny of the
purpose for which the stations were pro-
vided is advisable.

~ The six district agricultural stations, one
in St. James, one in St. Peter, ome in St.
Andrew, one in Christ Church, one in St.
Philip and one in St. George were started
with funds provided by the British tax-
payer under C.D. and W. scheme D 217.
This scheme has expired and the Govern-
ment of Barbados is continuing the stations
which are eventually expected to become
self-supporting.

Already two at least of the six stations
pay for themselves.

At most of the stations mixed farming
is carried out. The stations vary in size
between 10 and 15 acres in extent and diff-
erent crops are planted. There is always
some acreage under cane, some under
bananas, others under tomatoes or beans
and others are allotted to fodder grass, eot-
ton or kitchen gardens.

Livestock are kept at all the stations al-
though some stations specialise in live-
stock more than others.

Behind the variety of experiments lies
the central intention of discovering what
type of farming and what size of holding is
best suited for peasant farmers in Barba-
dos. It is impossible to exaggerate the im-
portance of the work being done at these
six stations or of the significance of their
role in deciding whether or not improved
peasant farming can be economically
carried on if irrigation can be provided.

In one respect, however, the value of the
experiments seems to be undermined \by
what can only be regarded as a weakness of
the scheme. Any visitor to an agricultural
station must be impressed by the high
standard of vegetables grown in the kitchen
garden and sometimes in open fields. But
at one station at least observation shows
that customers have to wait unreasonably
long periods before they can obtain small
quantities of vegetables at times when
there are no other customers. A fault such
as this can easily be remedied, if it is
acknowledged to be a fault.

In this connection too it is pertinent to
ask whether greater patronage of agricul-
tural stations would not result if the
stations were to advertise the vegetables
which they can supply and the prices at
which they are being sold. Outside the
stations, too, a simple signboard could be
hung advertising “vegetables sold here” and
giving the day’s prices. Once the public
realised that the products of the agricul-
tural stations were for sale the stations
could easily make arrangements based on
experience of consumers’ demands to have
readily available at a small counter quanti-
ties of freshly picked vegetables.

While it is appreciated that kitchen
gardens form only a small part of the
activities of agricultural stations they do
form a part and the present delays experi-
enced by the relatively small number of
people who seem to realise that vegetables
can be bought at these stations suggests
that that part is inadequately per-
formed. The taxpayers who make good
the estimated deficit of between $39,300
and $44,300 this year are entitled to
express their opinion and to request that
a greater drive to market vegetables grown
at agricultural stations be made,



Rebels Suffer Heavy Losses

HANOI, May 19.

FRENCH and Rebel forces suffered
“substantial” losses Sunday night in fight-
ing around Hanoi Defence perimeter, a
military communique said today.

A French and a loyal Vietnamese unit
were attacked by strong rebel forces and
suffered “substantial” losses in the Dong
Trieu region, while elsewhere the Com-
munist enemy was beaten off in sporadic
Clashes around Hanoi defence outposts.

French fighter and bomber planes
blasted enemy concentrations in villages
in Communist held territory 40 miles to
the southeast of here, the communique
said.

Authorities said the threat of increased
Communist violence and sabotage to mark
today’s anniversary of the birthday of

Rebel leader Ho Chi Minha failed to}
materialise.—-U.P.

The Puerto Ricans have found
a word for it, and in so doing
have paid Britain a compliment,
for the word is “Commonwealth”,

Up till now, the Puerto Ricans,
like their British @aribbean coun.
terparts, have seen’ only three
choices for their destiny. There
have been the Independenistas,
whose spiritual brothers in Jam-
aica and Trinidad, cry ‘complete
self-government’; those demand-
ing Statehood, as many British’
West Indians seek Dominion
status; and the few who were
content as things were,

Neither of these was a happy
solution.

Independence, while pandering
to the chauvinistic clamourings
of the emotional and irrational,
would have meant economic
chaos, probably poverty, for
Puerto Rico is still a country of
primary products, with little hope
of existing alone and frigndless
in a buyers’ world,

Statehood may well have been
the bridge between political and
economic independence, but the
burden of federal contribu-
tions would have weighed
heavily upon the island. She
just could not have afforded
it just as the British West
Indies cannot afford to become
integrated into metropolitan,
Britain, with its imppssible
concomitants of taxation.

Remaining as she was,
out of the question, The emo-
tionalists would have ranted
from the roof tops—even, more
than they already do. The Span-
ish words for ‘colonialisim’,
‘imperialism’, and ‘exploitation’
probably sound worse from the
impassioned Puerto Rican demp-
gogue than they do from e
quack orators in Trinidad’s
Woodford Square.

And speaking of this business
of translation,, there is no lit-
eral equivalent in Spanish for
the English word, ‘“common-
wealth’— a sad commentary in
itself. Consequently, the Puerto
Ricans have had to invent a
Spanish phrase embodying the
concepts of freedom in associa-
tion with a broader political
entity: “estado (state) libre
(free) asociado (associated)”.

Thus, from now on, when
Puerto Ricans, speaking in Span-
ish, refer ito “El EStado Libre
Asosiado de Puerto Rico”, They
do not mean “the associated free
state of Puerto Rico”, but “the
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico’.
There’s quite a difference.

The new constitution even de-
fines Commonwealth as a politi-
cal entity “in which political
power resides ultimately in the
people, hence a free state, but
one which is at the same time
linked to a_ broader political
system in a federal or other
type of association and_ there-
fore does not have an independ-
ent and separate existence.”

This new constitution came
after much head scratching to
find a formula to satisfy the
various schools of thought, The
Commonwealth idea proves, if
nothing else, that a rose by an-
ether name can smell much
sweeter. Nearly three and e
half million Puerto Ricans turn-
ed out to register their votes in
favour of it, and even its un-
kindest critics must call it an
honest attempt to eat your cake
and have it too—even, in fact,
better baked.

The new constitution is the
work of a convention of popu-
larly elected delegates, which
sat for some four and a_ half
months drafting the constitution
and holding public debates and
discussions on its terms and
Needless to say public
proceedings of

was

clauses.
intergst in the



Our Readers

Birth Control

To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,— One would think from
the correspondence on Birth
Control which appears in your
columns that it was about to be
made compulsory in this island.
I think we can safely say that
Birth Control is NOT going to
be made compulsory, therefore
the people who consider it
wrong will not practise it.

They should not be so intol-
erant and selfish however, as
to try to deny it to those who
want it. Birth Control Clinics
should be established in this
island without delay for those
poor women whose health is in
process of being ruined by con-
stant child-bearing, bringing
unwanted ohildren into a world
that has not sufficient food or
work for them,

Let the anti-Birth Control
people have as many children
as they like but let them not
interfere with others who think
differently,

JANE,

Sunday Cricket Tournament
To the Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—I noticed not long ago an
announcement in the Press, the
Advocate I think, that arrange-
ments had been made by a num-
ber of Cricket Clubs in the vari-
ous parishes to play a series of
tournament games on Sundays,
and I am wondering whether
the Clergy and serious Church-
gving people who are concerned
about preserving the Sabbath for
its proper and invaluable uses
saw the paragraph, and what
their mind is about the matter.

Whatever may be advanced
about children playing a quiet
game on Sundays out of church
hours—and even that is a risky
business—as this very announce-
ment shows—it is very difficult
to regulate the position once the
door is open — however, that
maybe I am sure that tourna-
ments are bound to interfere very
greatly with the worship and
other beneficient uses of the
Lord’s Day,

It is not only the teams of
players that would be affected,
but the crowds of their friends.
How many of them would still
find time and be inclined to at-
tend Church or Sunday School
and study the Christian Ideals
and Wav of Life?

In writing this I do not admit
at all that I am a narrowminded
old fogev or killjov—I claim on
the contrary to be a_ public-
snirited citizen aiming only at
the general well being. Law and

(By a Special Correspondent)

the convention ran hi
throughout the time it sat, a4
when a few weeks ago the final
draft was put to the popular
vote by referendum, none of
the voters were in any doubt as
to its implications.

This constitution must now
be approved by the United
States Congress so that the in-
sular administration can fune-
tion under their new form of
government. Actually, this is
likely to be mere formality, for
the only requirements of the
U.S. Act of Congress providing
for self-government in Puerto
Rico under a home-written con-
stitution were that the constitu-
tion provide for a Government
republican in form, contain a
bill of rights, and be in harmony
with the constitution of the
United States.

These requirements have ap-
parently been met, although the
worthy Co. samen will un-
doubtedly wish to dot an ‘i’ here
and cross a ‘t’ there, The con-
stitution is republican in form.
It derives its entirely
from the people. It provides
for legislative, executive and
judicial branches, each with
clearly defined powers which
constitute a system of checks
and balances following closely
the system of the United States
Federal Government. The exe-
‘cutive and legislative branches
are popularly elected, the judges
of the courts appointed by the
Governor with the advice and
consent of the Senate.

* But there are some interesting
and unusual features about this
Puerto Rican constitution,

Most unusual is perhaps the
formula for insuring minority
representation, in accordance
with the popular support of
minority candidates, whenever
one party or ticket elects more
than two-thirds of the members
of either house.

There is a bi-cameral legisla-
ture—a Senate of 27 members
and a House of Representatives
of 51 members. But, depending
on the particular situation, the
number of seats in the House can
be increased by as many as 17
to give minority parties repre-
sentation, and the number of
seats in the Senate by as many
as nine for the same purpose,

Another protection for minor-
ity parties is a provision for the
election of 11 senators and 11
representatives at large. No voter
may vote for more than one such
senator and one such represen-
tative. Thus, it would be diffi-
cult for a single party to con-
centrate its strength so as to
elect an entire slate of legislators
at large.

The Puerto Rican Bill of
Rights, too, goes even further
than the United States Federal
Constitution, incorporating all
that are to be found there plus
a few more found in State con-
stitutions or just thought up for
the occasion,

Further, it recognizes as
human rights, but does not
guarantee because the Puerto
Rican economy cannot yet physi-
cally provide for them, such
rights as the right of every
person to enough food, housing
and other essentials,

Such frankness is refreshing,
and British West Indian politi-
cians who promise the people
the moon every election time
could well take to heart with
what honesty their Caribbean
colleagues have faced up to their
situation.

An _ interesting guarantee in



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Puerto Ricans Find A
Word For It

this Bill of Rights is the section
preventing unreasonable searches
and seizures and specifically
stating that (1) wire-tapping is
prohibited, (2) only judicial
authority may ‘issue a warrant
for arrest or s@izure, and (3)
e obtained in violation
of this section shall be inadmis-
sible in the courts.

Women will now benefit by
the elimination of a number of
legal discriminations presently
existing, as, for instance, from
serving on juries. The new con-
stitution’ prohibits racial dis-
crimination (as is already the
case) plus discrimination on ac-

count sex, social origin or
condition, or political or re-
ligious ideas.

For the first time, too, is in-
eee in fundamental law
in Puerto Rico the right of trial
= jury in dises of felony. This

use provides that verdicts
must be rendered by no less
than nine members of a jury of
twelve.

A number of the sections per- point six months before the election, for two

tain to economic rights: the
right of a worker to choose his
occupation freely, to receive
equal pay for equal work, to
receive a reasonable minimum
wage, to be protected
risks to health or person in his
employment, to receive extra
compensation as provided by
law for work in excess of eight
hours a day but not less than
time and one-half for overtime;
the right to organize and bar-
gain collectively, the right to
strike, to picket and engage in
other legal concerted activities.
However, it is also provided that
the Legislative Assembly may
enact laws to deal with emer-
gencies that imperil public
health or safety or essential pub-
lic services.

Believing that every possible
safeguard must be taken to in-
sure the independence of the
judiciary, all judges are pro-
hibited from contributing direct-
ly or indirectly to any political
organization or party, from hold-
ae any executive office in any
political organization or party,
and from participating in any
political campaign. Any judge is
prohibited, also, from being a
candidate for any elective public
office unless he has resigned his
judicial office at least six months
prior to his nomination for such
office.

The final resolution of the new
constitution is salve for the
chauvinists. It is worth quoting
in full,

“Thus, we attain the goal of
complete self-government, the
last vestiges of colonialism
having disappeared in the
principle of compact, and we
enter into an era of new de-
velopments in democratic civ-
ilization, Nothing can surpass
in political dignity the princ-
iple of mutual consent and of
compacts freely agreed upon.
The spirit of the people of
Puerto Ries is free for great
undertakings now and in the
future. Having full political
dignity, the commonwealth of
Puerto Rico may develop in
other ways by modifications
of the Compact through mu-
tual consent. :

The people of Puerto Rico
reserve the right to propose
and to accept modifications ia
the terms of its relations with
the United States of America,
in order that these relations
may at all times be the ex-
pression of an agreement free-
ly entered
people of Puerto Rico and the
United States of America.”

Or may it be that the sting is yet
in the tail?



Say;

Order, and good behaviour and
manners in general, are so closely
bound up with religious faith
and Christian principles and
rules that it is essential for us
jall, and our young people in
particular, to be constantly
taught and reminded about them,
and the Sabbath is the golden
ppportunity for the Clergy and
Church helpers to perform this
vital service. I appeal also for
the co-operation of people with
social and intellectual influence.
FRANCIS GODSON.
May 16, °52.
Trade Unionists

To The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—I was intrigued by the
headlines of your Sunday’s paper
—From a West Indian point of
view Koje doesn’t come into,
or rather, doesn’t particularly
register in your mind. What ap-
pealed to me most was the
“Trade Union Students want
more money” at the bottom of
the front page.

When one seriouSly considers
that these students are coming
Trade Union leaders of the West
Indies, it makes one shudder for
the future.

It is a pity we were not in-

formed by your paper what the
present personal allowance is, a3
we could then be in a_ better
position to judge the merits of
$2.00,
The bogey of Trade Unionism
in the W.I. is the inability to ap-
preciate the “Rock” on which it
is built—i.e. Moral Obligation.
The leaders started off on the
wrong foot — mumbers and
haven't yet been able to get into
proper step.

It is very clear that these
Students know nothing of the
real meaning of Moral Obliga-
tion—to be given the opportun-
ity of learning something for
nothing and afterwards reaping
the reward of that knowledge by
earning a salary only paid to
specialized men, is worthy of
greater thought.

JOHN SHANNON.

Buy The Lady Boats
To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—-, have been a seafarer
for many years, having worked

for the Canadian National
Steamshi»y Company -and a
few other companies in and
out of Canada, Upon read-
ing and hearing about the

withdrawal of the Lady liners
from the West Indies run, I
became very interested, though
I am not employed with them at
the moment. But I must give a





thought. to the. many boys in
these islands Who may be put
out of employment, to join the
other scores of seamen on these
shores. Their complaints year
jin and year out about trade
difficulties and their losses do
mot worry me a bit. The C.N.S.
have been squealing for the
past twenty three years or more,
since they took over from the
Royal Mail Co., despite the sub-
sidies paid by these islands and
British Guiana. We must take
into account the subsidies are
taxpayers’ money and though a
small percentage of our boys
make a living they have got to
work very hard for it,

What I would suggest to the
entire Caribbean area is to buy
the ships frompthem for what
they are worth. We can make
‘them pay. en the taxpayers’
peg | will in ~ ee
jes. Wages and general handling
would be\ mudi less, more em-
pl nt, more travel facilities
for our people, one on the direct
run to the U.K, and one to
Canada via the U.S.A. To be
candid we have enough money
in Barbados, Trinidad and B.G.,,
Grenada and Jamaica for that
matter. Either the respective
Governments run them as the
Federated Caribbean Line or a
Private compeny 6n the share
basis. We have now our unified
currency, our air service, why
not our steamship service? This
is food for thought, be inde-
pendent of anybody's chips for
the service of our Caribbean
peoples.

D. C, ALLETTE,
Seafarers Union.

. ; Trinidad
Prizes from St. John the
Baptist Fair

To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—The winners of bicycles
which were raffled in aid of St.
John the Baptist Vicarage Fund
are Miss June Burnett of Hole-
town, ticket No, 642, 14t prize;
Mr. Wilbert Brathwaite of
Gibbs, St. Peter, ticket No.
3983, 2nd Prize.

Will the winners please con-
tact Mr. S. A. Walcott, Apes
Hill, St, James, with their win-
ning tickets.

The amount realised by the|the melodramatic appearance which could

Fair and the raffle was $1,559.93
sand I weuld like to take the)
opportunity to thank those firms’
end individuals who so kindly |
contributed ta this great suc-!
cess, BEN MOORE

| IKE COULD LOSE

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ADVOCATE STATIONERY

Even if most Americans
want him

By ROBERT E. SHERWOOD
Dramatist: Biographer: and close associate
of American Statesmen

THE greatest living historian, Arnold Toyn-
bee, arrived in New York the other day and
,€xpressed the thought that he would like to
' have a vote in this year’s presidential election,

_ Since all Englishmen have so great a stake in
. the outcome.

His words brought home to all of us Ameri-
cans the unappetising fact that this year we
are voting not as residents of remote com-

| munities in New Hampshire or South Dakota
but as reluctant citizens of the world.

FARTHENWARE
THE WORD FOR UNITY ALUMINUMWARE
The political pot has come to the boiling ENAMELWARE

and all

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The other can be summed up in one three
letter word: “Ike.”

To many millions of Americans those three
‘letters spell “national unity”, and that is what
; Americans crave most fervently.







DIFFERENCES ARE SLIGHT

General Eisenhower has captured the popu-
lar imagination on both sides of the political
fence to an unprecedented degree.

Had he not decided last January to pro-
claim himself a Republican, he would now be
the odds-on favourite for the Democratic
nomination—which gives you a pretty fair
idea of how slight are the doctrinal differences
between the two parties.

If the race should be between Ike and any
one of the seven leading Democratic aspirants,
the campaign will be conducted on a reason-
ably high plane.

DON’T WANT BICKERING

Foreign policy ‘would not be an issue of
political strife.

There would be no bickering or black-
guarding over the mutual security pro-
gramme, the North Atlantic Treaty Organisa-
tion, the United Nations in Korea, the British
in Malaya, Suez, of the Sudan, or the French
in Indo-China,

The vast majority of the American people
don’t want such bickerings.

Whether or not they like the present world
situation (and, obviously, they don’t like it
any more than you do) they know now that
the situation exists and they want a President
of stature and strength to cope with it.

Eisenhower is deeply committed to the
foreign policies started by Roosevelt and ex-
panded by the Truman Administration, and
that is the chief reason why his candidacy is
vigorously opposed by powerful elements in
his own party and why he may fail to gain
the nomination, despite the upsurge of popu-
lar enthusiasm in his favour.

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A MATTER OF MYSTERY

You may well ask, “If most Republican
voters make it clear they want him to be
their candidate, how can he be stopped?”

The answer lies in the peculiar and complex
processes of American party politics.

If you ask me to tell you in a few words
what these processes are, [ must confess utter
inability to do so.

I have been an American citizen since
birth 56 years ago, and I still don’t understand
our political conventions, and I don’t think
anyone else does, either.

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The formidable Republican opposition to Da Costa & Co Ltd
Eisenhower is led by Senator Robert A. Taft, °9 ©
who has been trying unsuccessfully for 12
years to reach the starting post.

This is undoubtedly his last chance.

Backing Taft are the Old Brigade of ir-
reconcilables, the perennial haters of Roose-
velt and Truman, who opposed all aid for
Britain before Pearl Harbour, and all such
measures as the Marshall Plan since the war.

With them is a solid body of conservative
citizens who sincerely believe that the only
way to get the Democrats out is to oppose
them on every issue, foreign and domestic.

Also, in the Taft faction, is General Douglas
MacArthur, who might explode all over the
American scene if the opportune moment
arrives.

TWO SOLDIERS, TWO ENEMIES
The personal enmity between MacArthur
and Eisenhower is one of the most significant
under-the-surface elements in the present

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Olivia a regional centre to train their
NINA MICHELIN
Viola -< : ‘vsonnel
. sti tic aeons PAULINE DOWDING pet .
Maria, Olivia’s woman ELEANOR HEWITT- During the next 18 months,
MYRING ground services in the area will
1equire some 1,600 persons with
gp phe F Iliyria and the direct from “othe Globe" to Wake- bet er training; 800 of these will
ase eld. He act ir Andrew’s part be present staff (both government
souet anita’ te oc : sea aw i oe mete gg woot and nine Pima er whose
a A untry i3 it, for he was admir- training shcul be augmented,
large enough to travel for three able as Sir Toby’s butt. nd the r iain dae will he ne
ina from the coast before its Maria cements or will be needed for
boundaries are reached, accord- Maria loo a " expansion of existing services
orm of travel whether by coach, could do to marry her. And, if regional centre be started on a
horseteack or foot is not known, there is any fault to be found with eel ge gg MP see cone
- je ae oonne roughly fix > eg ae —~ is not common re aa ken a a dapat i +
its boundaries. e country is enough. though the maid of a year, with the possibility of lete f
ruled by a bachelor Duke: its Countess she is not the Countess’ expansion, It points out that there
aristocracy includes Lords, at Social equal, but rather of the serv- A SCENE from the play “Twelfth Night”, which is being produced *by James Grossmith and Philip a8 no adequate exisiiig civ INSIST ON
— one Countess, and, two je er ae. S the Saye are Hewitt-Myring. Ron. 6 aining seats in on of “er :
nights who appéar to have ye when he maids of — SpE oe Phe ae wee ed eee f+) egylghhe aim — TI aribbean countries which coulc ‘ 7
strayed thither from Elizabethian Countesses are of equal or more EDUCATION VOTES serve to meet these needs in its ay
England. There is an army— pa of superior birth to their anesranisaisment esent form. Countries whose
comprised largely of Officers— thet vee nollie caleaeeee bas nationals wotild benefit from such
i ‘ C appearing dif- a centre are Colombia, Costa Rica,
° et and, of course, -—_ Dey roles, which is the ( INNE Ck SSAR y Bl RD VV — ania unin me SOLD AT ALL THE LEADING STORES
In this country of romantic io bo abel Sedge Mate ico, Nicaragua, Panama, El Salva-
geography heart troubles are achieved by q ¢ 1 nb : : 5 : 3 doy and Venezuela, All concerned
popular. Illyria, therefore, has interpestatino. of the a oan THE ADDITION of Latin, Spanish and Mathematics SearaET 1 theim he seems to have pre Spanish-speaking, and the
much in common with Ruritania, He played the difficult part of | to the curriculum of the Elementary Schools in Barbados pate ne gh oo mal aca peaiied re reemmnenes Ss “a a
a doe 'ane wean y gingomered land, Malvolio. with restraint and avoid- is a most absurd proceeding. It does not take one of Her away from the conclusion arriv- i RaRnelaea Caan the "lanunnaaia
be cae reigning house is pre~ ed the pitfall of overacting in the Majesty’s Inspectors to see that the addition was unneces- ed_a living employment, and general
: er by a be.uuful young cross-gartered scene with Olivia. , a less 1 an insult to tl Se lary Sck ls of this If 1@ did not examine ther itd 7 Pe ‘ 7
princess. In Ruritania there are (Idris Mills is a Shakespearean sary, useless and an insult to the Secondary Schools of this 1.0, ne failed as an administra- ®Viation conditions and problems
blacke villians than in Illyria, clown par excellence. His inflex- island. Further it was a fundamental error in that it tended tive officer to weigh, not only the 2"¢,28 similar as possible to those
but this needs must be for Ruri- ions of voice brought out all the to unbalance the scale of values. facts and circumsiances existing 1% the maiority of the countries
tania is altogether a more glamor- ie = hw ae ne Pont It was unnecessary because it correctly and in other ways fill at the time, but to guage the of the region.
ous state, Hunting the “Heart” ow archaic, urther- had been conclusively proved that junior administrative posts, mak- effect which might result from
is in both states the main occu- Pre he oon delightfully, the number of children who dur- ing out pay sheets, checking stores, any decision taken by him, Secty. of State For The
Pation and sport of those who Phili +e Zanes 3 » writes ing the last ten years had acquired writing reports, etc. Colonies To Visit W, Africa
figure in the local Debrett. And Dp itt-Myring in his inter- 4 ‘secondary educé and who That point ne@ds no ifurther Net Result
if we find the inhabitants of ies Feat teen Note, “. . .can had found it impossible to explanation. And what is the effect? Poten- The Secretary of State for the
Illyria a trifle tedious we are re- er cot oe in the female employment in consonance The subsidiary point is that tial employers say that children Colonies, the Rt, Hon. Oliver Lyt-
i 2 8; which is more than Shake- that education, indicated a wrong t re teachers in the Elemen- cannot write oper letters of telto 1S.0.. I ’ > ylan
minded by the Production Note speare could.” Are these as good “\"* Me . . aS ye. pro} elton, D.S.0., M.C., M.P, ple
that Illyria was inhabited before as Shakespeare's youths is the agar rage a hte it one ae ahenten a aoeeecehiens Saconepey: teachers to visit West Africa, leaving the
Barbados had been heard of, and next question, and the answer is PP&SSe® Me bees dal hicl . ited tc ‘Seber’ Hair onbiiaee say that pupils coming from the United Kingdom on May 22 and
We must gain what consolatioa in the negative. The arts f and vocational schools which not inclined to learn them either elementary schoo’s have not ac- spending some time in Nigeria, the
we can from this fact Olivia, Viola and Maria were wou ap ry achools by supplying Mand ean som, & oe i Sie’, | oo Sneleiny 'f Sewn Satelk < tem, Sleeve Lae. sao Tas ARRIVED
ima a peared i ee fore tne secondary schools by supp!) g Many o nese om my person roundwork on hich to build: Gambia before re‘urning to the .
Artificial Play or toe = you Shakes a vias opportunity for those with partic- knowledge were compelled. to Stee WEEN hen Ray that can United Kingdor 1 ‘a dune 10.
“Twelfth Nigl.t” is one of ee thiaenot _ ti eapeere's ay) ular aptitudes and whose abilities seek out tutors to keep them of them cannot fai “anda of sur- 5 ; POMPEI LOTION BATH ©
Shakespeare’s most artificial py pis Siiiiiases ‘These Settee did not afford them to make the ahead of the children. It was an Cates rh bartaly given dimen: i y ? ATH CAPS
; ¢ ; 7 x . - st use the classica raining. embarrassi situati for some |. a AZURES T ZAS
plays. He has put into the mouth day present somewhat similar full . Lean gine “ae vay wets yt situation for some yions. (One workman, the most EXHIBITION AZUREA LOTION BREAST PUMPS
ef his character Fabian the difficulties to the singing parts in ,. Pilger eaters ens 9 : efficient of his kind in this island ~ . . me . a ‘
remark. “If this were played li labour this point but because I An Insult ; FLORAMYE LOTION VAGINAL SPRAYS
upon a stage no I ei ae i cognate a oe a eater desire to make it clear that teach~ The addition was an insult to tells. me that some cannot read EXTENDED
a stage Ww, c on- castrati singers. nd i ina EPs + a er =e yas : ‘A > velve shes ruler 4 4 EVE D' J : SON'S
demn it as an improbab.e fic- Michelin and Pauline Dowding did ©* parents, children and the pub- the Secondary Schools because it = m1 ave I mae wey ‘ : : Tc Ln eee rg ee eran
tion.” ‘This was said of Mal- not convince us, the fault is not lic should not misunderstand 1 T was an implied accusation that 11, qeachicg’ bt smuaenalee’ ap- ORE SS tie nbereee ano wD Also DUNHILL CIGARETTY, HOLDERS WITH FILLERS
satin’ é ; : wh irs. ~ add simply: these schools were not carrying out “© ° . en by the public in Ivan Payne’ re , oo ere ver eee _
eee be ome me +e wane Sehts wnick wae: ane Ii we already had a surplus their functions as adequately and Pears to have been justified by Hehipition of oil cations ba
app aN . : i is un~ ef children who had a secondary efficiently as was desirable and Subsequent circumstances. If we ;
titling the play “Twelfth Night common in their male forebears” ; : : the Museum, the exhibition
: Wh J Will? Shakespeare in these parts. Nina Michelin as instead of technical education the Elementary Schools had to be @re to have technical and voca- will not end to-day (Tuesday) |
or at you 1 Shakespeare ce ot - but who could not find suitable pressed into service. And e tional training then the addition ;
appears to feel that any title the Countess gave to her role in eae s th x : but will be extended until |
oe A , “iCall it Hat o like’ turn the required frigidity and employment it was unnecessary Secondary Teachers sat under of mathematics might be justi- Wednesday 28th May. | poeomrmrapeatcemnene
wi o — “Call it what you e warmth, and her every move- to add [ the ranks of thd this insult without a protest or fied; but for the correctness ot ie
in modern parlance. And, some nent was graceful. Viola was in- potentially discontented. even a grumble when they knew the record and in fairness to my- }
pf the wee has — eereee clined to address the audience in- Some might be heard to eee that the material turned out from self let me add that at the time anvnnwtyactnatemeshcisattammsasisieetiesattststipeiiagses |
ere-not for the eyes of readers stead of Olivia in her love scenes, 2gainst me, the argument that I the Elementary schools was notethe decision was taken to add
of The Advocate. : this was, apparently, a “family @0 not want poor ewionele = Fue of the required standard. En- maths to the curriculum there "Can you lend me a
So artificial a play requires an failing” for Sebastian was inclined taught Latin ete., but the real trance exams, hag proved this was no efrtainty that we would 2?” ee)
extremely skilled cast to infuse to do the,same. truth is that I want to see them statement, get technical and voéational a Paradol tablet ; \}
life into its plot, further, it must Small Auditorium taught. and taught properly too, Analysis gchoo!s vt i
be a caste able to speak Shake- C those things which will help them Now let us examine the funda- if the. implied -~ criticisms ‘ @e
speare’s lines so that these carry In so small a theatre as the to make a living. What does it mental issues. The Director of ; . . PEAS elas 5
See ¢ Sas ¥ Pocket Theatre the audience is pene » elementary school boy Educ: By + ee, cror OF against the Elementary Schoois {
meaning and conviction to the : benefit the elementary sch boy Education must have _ satisfied i {
a za embarrassingly near the stage; y-no is destined to be a carpenter Simealf ’ 7 wae mean anything then they show ))) Vv
eudience. The amateur cast of 4 a mucite, woo 18 Gestined e a cary Himself (a) that it was necessary that the basic training ia h 5
es mh 2 there is, therefore, no necessity > the at ‘i 7 : 1a e basie training for whic
fs — RPo ; . to know that Latin caput means to have more dre ase 3 v \
b 1 i nor iildren taught I
the British Council’s production (except in asides) for actors to head and manus means hand, For tin, Spanien « 2 or 2 taugh' : these schools were established Originally This Week’
thus started with a severe handi- address the audience during the jne there is a difference between thet the Bie hoe Sahaeieton ’) and maintained is not being i KARDOMAH TEA—per 1,-Ib pkts ae. 35
cap, which it only surmounted action of the play. Every word the delightfully aesthetic and the carry viementary schools were given, If this basie training is not o \OFFEE 1 :
ae | Re : ag a rte aes ic é carrying out their curriculum ful- 5 y} AK. COFFEE—per '5-Tb pkts, . 10 64
when Sir Toby Belch, Sir Andrew can be heard in so small an audi- golidly practic 7 si : being given then these schools | 0) a ae ;
Aguecheeck, "Maria and Feste torium, and it is stultifying to the ~ 14 Was useless because even the Se a ie teal tas ert t ey are not functioning as efficiently : é Neen SARDINES—per tin 20 18
were on the stage. The pace of role if the audience is addressed few who knew Latin and Spanish ing of 1 Se tes should *be ex. #8 they should. Wren a Girt doesn’t want to leave | a oe rappel nent ped abe. nay 1.92
the production was not fast meee of = See would find little use for it (and tended and (d) that there was a J Jeave it to parents and the class—-and have to make embarrass. CRAWFORD'S CBEAM CRACKERS
enough, and other scenes drag- eaviey aS 1 yh G ntl 71’) especially Latin) in everyday life. sufficiently large number of quali- public to say now _ whether tng explanations—-it's Paradol she | )) —per tin 1.64 1.20
ged, Nina Michelin and Pauline was adequate, and, the Gentlemen ne children in the elementary fied teachers to carry o the Other subjects should have bee asks for. For Parado . SLEFTEeItG) SSWPTTT ER eo — a naeenrnnacinshann nes iene
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ee ao we ee oe teens The play was beautifully oe ue h as policemen, violence to his reputation as an fundamentals were not being} without disagreeable after-effects, |} LION CURRY POWDER—ver tin 4 07. 6 )
al weep, o a —o ines costumed, and great credit is are « - y anne a i edue! tionalist, say that he did not taught efficiently. Ask your druggist for Paradol, |t CANADIAN PURE ALMOND, CHERRY,
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Risley Tucker looked magnifi- ants of Illyria. aeons DR ch 22 |\ DENMOR SLICED HAM—per 1b 1'o1
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tian for his is a poor part. Alfred
Pragnell, however, did his best,
and he succeeded in making
Sebastian live in the duci
scene. It is to be hoped that we
hall see Mr,, Pragnell again in
future productions. Geoffrey
Hunte as the Sea Captain has a

bark which is worse than his* is Troy” and it was, It would n
bite. Richard Le Fanu was both have been preferable not to @ S e@

a convincing Sea Captain and have begun with placards than re
Elizabethian, He spoke his lines to abandon their use half wh

with feeling, distinction and a eee ee cen, ee

clarity not found elsewhere in ave eye OUR Se Lwne By

the caste. If cnly the lovers hd

tinued. The reason was that
scenes in the text labelled
“Street adjoining Olivia's
House” or “Room in Olivia's
House” took place in the Gar-
den. This did not matter, for
Shakespeare’s players placed a
placard on a cart saying “This

tem” as Philip Hewitt-Myring
says, but, need the audience be









LSP oo



appreciated Shakespeare’s Eng- th it. One longed
lish as did Mr. Le Fanu, the pro- earn eee “shade” during ae THE NEW
duction would have been out- performance.
standing. ® The theory held locally that
The ports of Sir Toby Belch Sir Shakespeare is too difficult for
Andrew Asuecheek, Maria, Mal- amateurs has been smashed. It is For Weddings, Anniversaries
volio and Feste played by James to be hoped that further Shake- Birthdays, Christenings, ete,

Grossmith, Miles Skewes-Cox,
Eleanor Hewitt-Myring, Frank
Collymore and Idris Mills respec-
tively. could searcely have been
bettered. The play was vigorously
alive when these players were on
the boards.

James Grossmith is an excellent
Shakespearean actor, whether
drunk or sober during the course
of the play his performance was
finished and convincing. Miles
Skewes-Cox might have come





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a really worth while evening's en-
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limited to Bridgetown, The criti-
cism offered is not unkindly meant,
for it would be ungracious in this
cultural desert to destroy any

mirage provided by those who are
not themselves professional
players.

—NEVELLE CONNELL.



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; 20. 5. 52 Bans as ae ar seas the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the CANADIAN SERVICE $28 joss'of teeth, but also chronic rheuma~
One MON TRUCK—Ring_ 2831 Nick | aemaged in ee. nace titted above Aat in respest of such year. NOTICE tism and heart trouble.
Deane. Francia Plantation, St. George. | to offer this vehicle for sale by Aucti hee disco’
So skin | Sites this vehicle tor sale by Aucko, | Trumecs, Maas of 8. T. Cox, Letters of application will be received From Montreal and Halifax eee - my: very of an Pri vn
siden — May at 2.30 p.m. undersigned up to 4 p.m. on $$$ | scientist, fights these troubles in @ new
| SackouP. Hillman 10 h.p. Pick-up| JOHN M. BLADON & COMPANY, per A. P. COX, Thursday May 22nd for one vacant Expected Arrival | and quick way. It penetrates right to the
lin good working order, Dial 3878 Auctioneers. Attorney. j River Side scholarship tenable at St. iontreal Halifax Dates, Bridgetown, | Toot of the trouble, stops gums bleed-
. | DaCosta & Co Ltd. Electrical Dept 18.5,53—4p. 17.5.52—3n. | Michael's Girls’ School. Barbados ing the very first cay, qi 'y wages the
9 j,' DaCosta ¢ ’ ee . - Rs tes s.s. “SUNDIAL” 3 soreness out of mouth, and soon
2 5.52—In nceseneceer eee ta ———————— Candida: must be daughters of . - 30 April 5 May 25 May
se gl i ctneeiene SLL Gi” LAWRENCE GAP, | 205 AGMERULMUBAS AIDS ADT. 1008 iperyats in straitened ciroumstances and 8.8. “ORIONE” Coe ae or 19 May 2 June enter We anne, tha reantis thst
REIZAR—In ever loving env Tu AY 20th from 13 To the erediters holding specialty lens | must be between the age of 9 years and |'¥- “SKAUVANN” 30 May 4 June 20 June users get: “I suffere
ESD. *% MORRIS r Amosan users suffered from Trench

Kathleen Keizar who pasted | ELECTRICAL CHAIRS, ROCKERS, UPRIGHT CHAGRS, against WELOHES Plantation, §t.'12 years, s.s. “A VESSEL” i Es 14 June 19 June 4 July Mouth and Prorrhea for ten years. M:

Teward on) May 20th, 14 1 cence —_——-- ROUND DINING TABLE (sand box Thomas. The application must be accompanied |< _—— — S aaa ums were sore and blee: and T had
“Time takes off the ede of privt | BATTERIES Ediswan Batteries. @ } TAKE NOTICE that I the owner of the | with a birth certificate, . ost four teeth, while several other teeti:

feet) TABLES, PLANT STANDS ali in UNITED KINGDO) ERVI
But memory turns back every | voit, 21, 18 anc 15 plates; 12 Volt, °.| Mahogany, Rush bottom Shaire, electric | 2bOve Hamed plantation, am about to | ay MS cE Weny Snings locrTnen henrd of this ‘new
Cee ney ena) Gwen amd Avs) snd 13 plates, Get our prices Sirs\ | standing lamps. double hedetesd, spring obtain a loan of £3,000 under tue _ DOROTHY BARROW, From South Wales, Liverpool and Glasgow Uiscovery Amosan. In 24 hours %
rey (daughters Annette c@rand- | Dial 9878 and 4710, Da, Costa & Co. L4G.) mattress, single bedstead; Mah “Night | gs) of the above Act, against the Secretary, River Side Club, cnn EE eR ee ne cmemameunanemrtnnnn 1 Ae 2s See Bee Ieee ;
dauanier) ene ~).5.52—10) | Electrical Dept 16.5.52—60. | poy Bureau, Cedar Hanging Wardrobe. gar, Molasses and other crops of the Bank Hall X Road, South Expected Arrtva\ ‘The soreness in my mouth d fi
ae meena ‘carthenware, kiteh, @ | Paid plantation to be reaped in 1963 St. Michael Wales Liverpool Glasgow Dates Bridgetown three days and in two weeks 1 found shat
: _ wien T= . ; ; ~~ 4i0aa0 | & aware, oar ware, en ware No money has yet been borrowed | 20.9.52—In - my loose teeth were mui Higbee 6

LOVELI—In constant meme ELECTRIC MOTORS _ he 220) Cement lee Box-Double electric Stove. | oocinst the sald crops eee Z I cowld eat the hardest of food.”
dear Husbe nd F f Alvin GC | ts, Single Phase, Dial 3878 or 47™)./ Oven, Singer Treadle Machine, with Dated this 17th Bye ¢ May, 1962 THE BUGAR INDUSTE arene nena 5.8. ‘N 0. ROGENAES .. 28 Apr.t 2May 6 May 20 May

Lovell who was called to rest « way |DA. COSTA & CO. LTD Electrics! |} moter and light. TERMS CASH. jay © ay, A STRY AGRICUL- 8.5 ‘SUNMONT”’ ap aa 19 May 28 May 14 June Guaranteed

18, 1960 ] Dept 16.5.53-—6n ®. ARCHER McKENZEE, FF POE TURAL BANK ACT, 194% 8.8 “FEGGEN” : § June 18 June 24 June 10 July Amosan works eee and so certain

y ise 3 . se ¥ —-— ti \ s. “SUNWHIT” .. 30 Jun 5 1 ly 1 that i uarantee si our
fon eater | VAN BATTERY CHARGERS AT 6 Sdn. 11.8.08--On, | To bebe oragitore pelaing, spectelty Mens ” sind diieal Mies Seen from biceaibe, ond sore mouth. st .
No treasure on earth « replace z% fee wp to DR ie Rt Batter ains| lantation, St, Lucy. your your or
a eee : t } Amps se —_—<—$—$—$ TAKE NOTICE that I, the Owner of money back on return of empty ie.
a Seer eee Sree p equivalent at 6 Amps. Ser of UNDER THE SILVER i Don't take a chance on losing your A
» pens le Phase circuit. Dial NEW ARTERS the above Plantation am about to obtain ae sy ©
da w fe mia (Dauginte | =87 “% DA. c ost A & CO. LTD HAMMER The Star on Hair Dressing Mee of £250 under the provisions of UNITED KINGDOM ANI) CONTINENTAL SERVICE mUfOrIDg | te Sle et Amos Phat
Authymn. Arinda, _ is | Electrical Dept 165.536 On Tuesday 2th the Furniture at “Le- Saloon of Shepherd Street, moyed a yon ee ee ey vane te) From Antwerp, Rotterdam and London chemist today under this cae poets
Mr. & Mrs. Bila ee ces "wie Used only | TOMAuet Dover Reach, order of Mrs to 48, Tdor ‘Street on where ‘old to 1983 . vas Sess vaio osa Othing ae $he
2.5. E DGE--Deep Freete. Grafton Simpson and new ¢ ts can conveni- No money has been borrowed i E ted uacgntee pro-

} 2425 00. Phone 97-37 ently att ed to, especially by ana Aur a n bo ‘owe un C3 K i xpec Arrival ts you.
= 3 a » FROTMAN & CO. || Soheiniment gf sting and ‘scalp | [above Act ign the case’ may” Be) in movery Kotterdam Londen Dates Reldectown, | For Pyorrhea~Trench Mouth

Daddy v w ar ro “4 rea’ en Ou! aum —le =
y HLM.V. RADIOGRAMS —— New Moat 0.5.-in |] Woon — 1 p.m. to 8 9m "ited thie Tith day of May, 1982 m.v. “BRUNO” 12 May 15 May 22 Ma ag I

. ith 2 speed Changers and Record Cab- . . s. “ FEDER. ee 9: ee y y une i
; . } et. Dial 3878 or 4110, DA. COSTA & A. SIMMONS, 8.8 AL VOYAGER i8 June 16 June 23 June 7 Juky ARRIVED t
; = ' : TD. Electric pi ner
eee EDUCATIONAL 17, 8:88—3n. Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703 Another Shipment of the
ee = misses him 7 = ~- | VACUUM CLEANERS— Three pines to NOTICE Ne cia cetnninediats—vaaian POPULAR
mstant - , _ 1: sleet nm. Kee inact bd ners J
Beushier Amina Sen Ste ieBa’ COSTA| APrLICATIONS ty oo oor more | GOVERNMENT NOTICES 0 ecm 048 oooxRs
» ’ Electrical Dept a —— st ~~~ Vestry Exhibitions | e ia Sey ds these have nov yet
————————— em 16.5.82- at Harrison liege will be received | ee DONE:
unsere Treast Sa hat aiial ~=|by the Clerk of the Vestry up. to, *) APPLICATIONS FROM WOMEN FOR TRAINING AS — of next shipment will be
jevoted and asbar *STOCK moon on Friday, the 23rd day of May,/} T TRAINI - fe.

Philips wt LIVES 1982 MIDWIVES AT THE MA ERNITY NG Why not call at your Gas Show- |

oe et in eae te tapered Bee | eee Pat wns Oe Sena HOSPITAL — __.-_--—— ||] rooms, Bay Street TO-DAY anc

WE oo og wen » corel eee ee i MG, Comper. | inn cam ast be tae ee Fe mt APPLICATIONS are invited from women between the ages of 18 NEW YORK SERVICE. secure one of these cookers. |
Tne days we pe not * rtland. St. Peter. Phone ee sn oa 2 of age eon Seth June.| and 30 for training as midwives at the Barbados Maternity Hospital. if Ya
Are very~herd to find . 952, proved Baptisma) . . A STEAMER sails May 9th— yes Bar 3
Life was desired | eee eee icin Ol gent Certisnete which must accompany the The course of training will extend over a period of 18 months ‘A, STEAMER sails eee bartasoe May Sith.

But Jesus knew Eternal rest MULES: 2 a Mules | TS | applica | and wili start lst Al t, 1952 | odpeceegeuiven oe ‘
a a Ring Francia Plantation, 2851 Forms of application can be obtained and W s on is ugust, . | — = ss o El l ll .
for you 5s 1 . 2 * ne
py ag wl Ae RT oss 20.5.52—in | from the Vestry Clerk's Office. Selected opplicants will receive a training allowance of $14.00 | NEW ORLEANS SERVICE. ecirical nsta! ations
family. 20.5.52—1r an 2 | per month. : The “ALCOA PIONEER” sails May 10th i 1
bf ite MISCELLANEOUS E. C. REDMAN, = s Phe ee at vo —arrives Barbados May 24th. R pair
TUDOR: aio : ——_—_ Clerk, St, Michael's Vestry, | Applications should be addressed to the Matron, Maternity Hos- MER eels Many: Oth—eeriven: Batvados suns TU. and he 8.
Ten cor the ; MOAT nay eaten, a | pitai, Bank Hall, St. Michael, and should be submitted not later than |= ee Our Wiring Department carries
The hil See On a Pusatin. Price 2/- bot. Knight's NOTICE the 14th June, 1952. 14.5.52.—2n. | CANADIAN SERVICE 5 ee nan “unbertone
is cae |e eS RES | reer a oan eee iin ae a
hear ae er lov cmp. | QUEEN'S COLLEGE will be received by MEDICAL OFFICER GRADE ‘B’ TUBERCULOSIS DIVISION, | M Arrives Barbados | Factories.
Mother Sen ‘ ot ¥ all the Clerk of the Vestry up to 12 noon HEAL’ s/s “ALCOA PILGRIM” ane see, ae or Dial 3878 or 4710
- ° y n .
(sister), § ner). Even | spain; colours with 'reund or square on Wednesday, an May 188, LTH DEPARTMENT, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO oe a FT: oo to. ~~ oe PIER, aR. ay UO
Small (Niece) . 99.5:08--do | tables to matoh. | Pure hase yours now **| parishioners in straitened circumstances Applications are invited for appointment to the vacant post ot ae ee pa - May 30th vues 9th Practice on Ours.
17.6.53—mn. | and mast ot ns _ — a Medical Officer Grade ‘B’ Tuberculosis Division, Health Department. : Beh Ae xm ee ee ~ ih =. sctrical Dept reve
" ~ : {nan os igsd to be proved by a Baptigmal | Trinidad and Tobago ag NORTHBOUND 16.5.52—6n.
HOUSES . 1.008 ee reovagl. a mmggor Gactificate ‘which rust cnungeny tet a s/s “ALCOA POINTER” Due Barbados May 17th for St. Lawrence River Ports
: jkeep yo Floers looking new. Dial | application 2 7 ait
BILTMORE—Fitty V J ee 18.8.52-60. | ors ine Vesta Gaxs Ome $5,280x240—$5,760 per annum. A salary above the minimum
—Fitts Village, BIOS eee anenneen | TESS ae Bs sa 3 il : *

On sea. Three Bedrooms, Dining and| GARDEN HOSE: x" Garden How between the hours of 19 a.m. andj will be paid if the officer's experience justifies it. ROBERT THOM LTD.— NEW YORK & GULF SERVICE
Drawing rooms, Electricity, running water and Fittings. City Garage Co., 12 noon Qualifications :— Apply:— DA COSTA & CO., LTD. CANADIAN SERVICE
ir each room. Garage and servant's room. | Street 1.5. S841 BC REDMAN. i f
Dial 0285. 176.630 | Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry. (2) Medical qualification registfable in Great Britain and by| .s.sosesesosescooocosos": r
tn TRONERS—Oprim Industrial Ironers. A 17.5.52-@". ne Medical Board of Trinidad and T .-PEVOOSSCOOGSSSSFFTF9 F209 | % ONE “FRIGIDAIRE” Electric

FARAWAY-=St. Philip, coast. 3 bet!-\ complete Broner for Home ot Lan. | Soe obago. Deep Freeze.
weomen Fully farniened, Lighting Plant. |‘Diat S818 or ene, DA COSTA & CO WANTED i (b) More than five ($) years’ Post-graduate experience as a IF YOU REQUIRE— 8 |% _oNE “WESTINGHOUSE” Electric

‘atermill supply, Double Car Port, LTD,, Electrical Dept. Chysics 4 atin Hn R ice mak ine, ‘i
servant rgomnay Prom. May, jet. Phen | 19.5.89~60 | Ehysiclan, with experience in 8c trestment of Tuberculosis and SHIP'S TACKIM, FISHING LINES, HOOKS, PAINTS, }|% base ey.
GA. ae OE ence ee re HELP : ‘i i :
a= | NEW STOCK OF BOOTS De eeheesicsitecetielioneaierer Status : . OR BUILDERS HARDWARE OF ANY KIND Pedy Sal. me heated cote ane

-- ern furnished Bunéa- SAL’ lor Cattle, sheep , *
BUNGABOW—-Modern f hed B TS for Cattle, sheep ete. 2 ibs for or

An Assistant WORKS ENGINEER. |

crpable of supervising 2 workshop and) Permanent and pensionable. TRY unit.

low on St. James Coast, 3 bedrooms, gic. at Bruce Weatherhead Limited, seai-






2 toilets ang “baths, running hot and ce ng Agents for Messrs. Boots Lid. of | p, z oe M One gas heated stainless steel
Rater. A Poder canvenienges. f cttingham 20.5 52—-Sn Pounds. igen eee eee -| Quarters :— CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD hot water urn.
’ §.5.53—t ———_ A | must have knowledge of seale drawt- ; ji e q
a RECORDS Clearing our stock of MGM I snd experience in the direction of | Not guaranteed, but where available, rent is payable by the SPECIALIST IN DWARE COLLINS’ LTD.
NAVY GARDENS: Well f tecords. Three for Two Dollars, you’ | ‘sbour lofficer at a rate of ten percent (10%) of his salary. In the case of



modern house, July to Dec. i
Linen “and silver if necessars
able rent. Phone 2580 20.5

f testimonials t be ‘ ‘.
Contes eee neeieen isis must «a | an overseas officer who is not pri ywided with quarters, a house allow-

1952. For particulars relating to salary ance will be paid equivalent to the difference between rental paid by |



a’
Subseribe now to the Dally Telegraph
England's leading Daily Newspaper nov
arriving in Barbados by Air only @ few
jays after publication in London Con
tact: kan Gale, c/o Advocate Co., Lid

Local Representative, Tel. 3118.
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NEWHAVEN — Crane Coast, 4 bed
rooms, Fully furnished, lighting Plo |
Watermill supply, Double Garage thre
servant rooms. For May and from Oc
tober Ist Phone 4476.

and other conditions, appl: te:
Manager, The Barbados Pounace Limi-| the officer and ten percent (10% ) of his mofithly salary subject to a

ne he oe oe Part jRoad.| maximum of fifty dollars ($50) per month for a married officer and
twenty dollars (20) per month for an unmarried officer.
Passages :—



J& R BREAD

PROVIDES THAT TRIPLE GOODNESS
BEST IN NUTRITION

tian NT EEE
An Assistant FOREMAN capable ot |
epee Fe gy ee Depart-
ment, Applicant m ve knowledge , ;

ment King sketches and reading blue|_. Free first class passage on first appointment for the officer and
prints, te oe | bis family not exceeding five (5) persons in all in the case of an
Copies of recent monials must be | . °

submitted with application by 3ist May officer recruited overseas.

1952, For particulars relating to salary j ‘ *

and. other conditions, apply to: “ Subject to review at any time and not as a permanent right of
Manager, The Barbados Foundry Limited, the officer, free passages on leave « fter a minimum tour, not exceed-
P.O. Box 91, White Park Road, Bridge-

10.4.52—t.f.0



atl etalon ipeaerees
“SILVER WATERS"—Silver Sands. F:
the months of June, July, September t
December. 17,.5.52
TRINITY COTTAGE—fully furnished
three bedrooms, complete with tele
phone. and refrigerator, situated a!
Derricks Bay, St. James. Phone 2959

Eel
TO CLEAR—VINOLIA BABY POWDER
Oc, reduced to 40c., — Soap 2c, re-
wuced to 8c, KNIGHT'S LTD
2










VAT—One (1) 6,000 gallon Oak Vat —
spply D, V. Scott & Co., Lid., White
Park Road. 1,5 52—t.f.n



































27.4.52--t4.n x: t town, Barbados. tiss2—on,|ing the cost of a normal sea passa ye to the United Kingdom for the b -
TAX — We have tock Prom Laistre a § ‘ i i i i
Pee nenatay’ Near” Brendsn:| . Vee nave in-stock Tee tasire | SOOK-KEEPER — Wanted for the officer, his wife and children sub.ect to a maximum of three (3) ecause it’s Vitamin enriched!
Beach; newly painted; comprising Wax (Black) for all iow ise, bot, | Roberts Manufacturing Co., 4d. A Books adult fares, 7
Bedrooms, Dinning and Drawing od eee P rT en & 48.9 keeper (male) must have knowledge of 3 .
enclosed: Gallery, Toilet ‘NIGHT'S LTD 20.5.52—3 | Book-keeping etc. Apply in wating to a Attention :—
Mlectric light. Large Yard enclos v re pean the Manager, Government Hill ree -r ive tre
Land to make garden, Fruit trees bearir a = 16.5.52—4n . ay and operative trea ment for the officer only, si +
Approved tennant. Apply within, Phor LOST & FOUND ees Private consulting practice will not be permitted.
4925. 18.5.52 Monee he ond one. for Te Gate Method of Application :—
————_—<$<—<—$— $$ $< heatre, Apply person any day - F
aaa STORE AND OFFICE wr eee a, 2 tween 10 a.m—4 p.m. 18,5.52—2n. Applications should be submi ed to the Colonial Secretary, BEST IN TEX’ TURE
modern Store and one spaciou s aiinaresianiiaigt oe . oe
Office at No.’ 22 Swan Street. Apply t mS eae OUSEKEEPER — Manager. Four Winds | Colonial Secretariat, Port of Spaiii, Trinidad and Tobago, to reach
C. L, “Nicholls, No. 18 pena Bees - SWEEPSTAKE TICKET: Series X. | “lub. 19.5.52—3n | him not later than June 30th, 1952. . ; evenly soft and fine
9.9.5 4380 Finder lea: return same to $$$ em
a —_--—-— ——.| OP sarenall, Market Hill, St. George, HOUSEKEEPER: Refined elderly, Lady Copies and not originals of testimonials should be submitted.
ews flere: 2.5.62—1n | 28 working hi eepe’ r 0!
.) mewaen Seared wd Loa or nadies, able to control servants. Free P .M, RENISON,
SWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Series BB, {com and board Dial 4480 Colonial Secretary. +
wy Finder please return to Wyatt 20,5.52—1n 20.5.5 in
Alleyne, Baatbourne Land, St. Philip, | eesestss uate’ Anois .5.52—In. ih *
20.5.82—1r SERVANTS—2 general servants. Apply ——

Vr, Lisle Bailey, Pavilion, Hastings.

toe s2—-1n| VETERINARY OFFICER, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,

BEST IN FLAVOUR
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Applications are invited for appointment as Veterinary Officer, mly our special balanced-

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BACKACHE : ) flay ; an 844
The application of Charles Edey shop ——————— — |}jepartm ids avour recipe can give it!
S HEADACHE - eeper of Hutson Alley, St. Michael A: are hereby warned against ! partment, of Agriculture. Trinidad and Tobago, on agreement for | P &
RHEUMATISM fo wider of Liquor License No. 190 of ,1952 | Giving credit to my wife SYLVJA|3 years,
ranted te him in respect of a board and DRAKES (nee STRAKER) as I do 2 —

NIGHT RISING
TIRED FEELING

IMPURE BLOOD
LANGE BOTTLE

| _—
hold myself responsib'e for her or anyone Salary : '

else contracting any debt or debts in my $3,600x120—$3,840x240—-$5,760. No private practice is allowed.
nate unless by a written order signed by | Qualifications :—. h |
Sm DRAKER. A veterinary qualification wegistrable in Great Britain or any q ,

20,5.82—2n self-governing Dominion of the British Commonwealth.
nik Duties -—

(a) To examine animals belonging to Government and to advise
Heads of Departments as to their care and treatment,
0 (b) To superintend Government Quarantine Stations.
eee (c) To examine livestock arriving in the Colony.

pam (ad) To perform such duties as may be required under the

Diseases of Amimals Ordinance and the Dogs Ordinance.
(e) To give general advice to the public on matters relating to
Animal Husbandry and Animal Health.

(f) To carry out investigations into the cause and treatment of

hingle shop at Hutson Alley, St
hacl, for permission to use said
w Heense at a wall shop at Reed
et, St. Michael

ted this 19th day of May, 1952
fo.--R A. MeLEOD, Esq,

Polee Magistrate,

District "A".









CHARLES EDEY,
Appiicant.
N.B.—This application will be consid
ed at a Licensing Court to be held at
oice Court, District “A* on Friday the
th day of May, 1952 at 11 o'clock, a.m,

E. A. McLEOD,

Police Magistrate, Dist. "“A’
20,5.52—I1n

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2

ees

with a choice of three

pis or tacks to post up Ho ongines an using
tices. Save time, money and
gore fingers by using a... .
_ TACKER MACHINE.

JGHNSON’S STATIONERY

% No more need for drawing
*
Ms
°

Gasolene. Vaporising
Oi and NOW DIESEL





If not saved but secking

LLL LEE

Slaten ous ohla ot g Salvation, please write for diseases in the Colony and in Animal Husbandry,

1 + — _ _ x

'FLOWERED GLASS x % i REE HOOK ts) To ae generally in all matters connected with the Gov-

| ___ for doors. x Which Makes ernment Stock Farms and the livestock industry of the Colony. This wonderful machine is now also

FQGHNSON’S HARDWARE. * (h) To examine and treat animals where required. available with FULL-TRACKS

tp OOOO AOS $ “GOD’S WAY OF Travelling :—

SO APP OOTET IOI, | The officer will be required to keep a motor car. You'll be truly @mazed to sce this small-

Ss 5 E RE AD 0 : YT SALVATION PLAIN” Travelling allowance will be paid under the Travelling Allow~ looking unit jobs, both in the
ARDE ‘ S 1s 8. Roberts, Gospel ances Regulations. field and on the road, that aré beyond wheel

Quarters :— Tractors of twice its Horsepower.
| Not provided. In the case of an, overseas officer a house allow-

PRET

nie are 1 â„¢ S| Book & Tract Service, 30
. AQUATIC CLUB m4 Central Ave., Bangor, N.I.

(MEMBERS ONLY)

PPPOE LEE





{ance will be paid equivalent to the difference between rental paid
by officer and 10% of his monthly salary subject to a maximum of}
$50 per month for a married officer and $20 per month for an un-

This Tractor is indeed the friend of both the
small and large Plantation owners alike and
the price is well within your reach.

married officer.

aiinmaets We shall be pleased to arrange a

By courtesy of the British
Council there will be ® §
showing of selected short






Magnificent Photo Cards

W ashing Machines. of Modern -British Cara! | Free first class passage for the officer and his family not exceed-

films in the Ballroom on |
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| ‘ .,
ieicaey, tit May, at | | ing five persons in all, to the Colony from the place of recruitment demonstration at your request ,
0 pm. O | 7 \on appointment and back again to the place of recruitment upon the
8.30 p. I ‘
ithe subjects include Brit- » Those Machines are entirely | satisfactory termination of his agreement. ROBERT THOM LIMITED
ish News, Swimming, Plas- X)] cigtes,sct oooh, 48 minutes eo. | Leave |
ties (in colour), and : t 3 inter remove the cloth ¢ wh ch | 30 days per annum cumulative for the three years.
sel Meaminin « een washer s
movie of Charlie Chaplain. bles ths ‘ieee aed Peery aa Applications should be submitted to the Colonial Secretary, Col ae 4 ESY GARAGE
Members are cordially in- So simple, So labour saving, | FLAKES a * Trinidad and Tobago, not later than 16th June.
vited. i . TD Elect, Dept. at £ P. M. RENISON,
No admission charge. . 68.598 very B-ounce packet conteins 2 ice DIAL 4616
% | photo cards, (Full set, 40 cards) Chet: Sey. | sl :
5669099005 0IS SSS 20.5.52—I1n. —————————__==_== Ss














TUESDAY, MAY. 20, 1952



HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON |

|

WHAT ARE YOU DOING
IN MY CABIN?..

A BILLION YEARS
OF SILENCE / IT
GIVES ME THE
CHILLS / INTRUSIONS /
COULD do] in , LET'S GET BACK/





( AN? NOW, MR. JOHNNY
HAZARDP,,, GOME THING
IN SMALL PAYMENT

FOR YOUR HELP...

LADDIE,T DINNA KEN
WHO HAS A BETTER RIGHT
THAN YOU TO BE KISSED



BY





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A COINCIDENCE /?
T GET SICK AND
TIRED OF
LISTENIN’ TO YOu!

NO-THANKS -
I JUST CAME
FROM ONE #

OH/ RIP KIRBY, THE }J
DETECTIVE! GOSH,
I'VE READ ABOUT

{T COULD MEAN
SOMETHING, RIP...
ACCORDING TO THE



HER AT JUST ABOUT THE
TIME HE MET
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THE COLONNADE

THE BARBADOS MUTUAL
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY

AT THE

“111TH YEARLY ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING
HELD ON FRIDAY, 25TH APRIL
The Directors Reported that

$2.235.039 NEW BUSINESS

issued in J+51 was a

RECORD

For the Society



GROCERIES





Other Principc:| Features were :—

INCOME : From Premiums .... $1,042,105.70
» Interest, Dividends
and Rents nN $451,682.18

Less Income Tax 54,428.62 397,253.52

CLAIMS: By Death 43 under 70 Policies assuring .... 131,083.00
Bonus ; i 91,071.00

By Maturity 236 Policies assuring 361,004.00

Bonus 149,416.00

RATE OF INTEREST: Before Payment of Income Tax 4.53 per cent
After Payment of Income Tax 3.98 per cent

COMMISSION & EXPENSES OF MANAGEMENT :
Ratio to Premium Income ee

LIFE ASSURANCE FUND :
ded as result of year’s working
The total Fund is now .... sabi

INVESTMENT RESERVE FUND:
Now Totals

17.23 per cent

$ 440,645.92
$10,391,159.16

$ 623,915.06

Cc. K. BROWNE,
Secretary.
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av —_———— . ===" | approximately 20,000 feet of lumber.
ost AUTOMOTIVE Apply to W. A. Yearwood, Hanson
pee Se ee Ce ee Plantation, St. George. Phone 4022.
eee ae attnd. en's |"CAR—Ford Prefect late 1950 model. 11.5.80—8n.
re asked to attend alii Se oak gO OE a eae eee
: 3 one |General condition good. Mileage um er
Stepher G, Beatrice Rogers. .. .} 16,000. Auly * Sitnnall, Fontabelie,|, BUNGALOW—At Garrison with built
—— |Phone 3409 8.5.52—t.f.n. | !> Presses, gas, electricity, running water
—— omnaees \ at a bedrooms only £3,600. Phone Wells
IN MEMORI | CAR-—Austin, A. 10 Hampshire, in \t 2861 ov 8693 17.5.32—§n
cxeellent condition, Dial 2534. C ~ it. o
GRANT: & loving memory of our dear | Styart : 16.5.52-—3n , ln ioe of Tend at Fitts Vil-
beloved Mother, Beatrice Grant. who} ———————__-— —— ae, . nes on © main Road,
died on the 12th May 1932 GAR Austin A-70, 1951 model. Owner | very good building sites. Apply to
‘A loving mother so gentle and kind.|driven, in perfect condition Apply: |L. M. Clarke, Jeweller, No. 12 James
What a wonderful memory sh le(t}w. G. Nowell, Bushy Park, St. Thomas St., or Phone 3757 or 0148.
behind, ; 17.5.52-—-3n 20.5,.52—1n
a oe ne on ee ey ag ee ee
eee “pai x ; CAR~—One (1) Hillman Car 1951, perfect SHARES—.. limited number of OR-
Tn God himself knew what conaition, carrying Big Tyres. Phone | DINARY SHARES in THE BARBADOS
est, 0149 or 3787 19.5.52—3n. rr? TRADING CO. LTD, at
oc uw dear Mother sway - . per share. Free of stamp duty.
Sisey tgadmen-sapeoape bs PODGE CAR 191 Model. Excel- CARRINGTON & SFALY
of ty Years ago lent condition Low imileage—suitable 13.5,52—12n
Jabaen Geant, 1. band), Melvor (U.S.A [ie est. ae sad Apply: R. G
lone, Norman, Hazledine, Vaspert a Rockley Golf ¢ ee 5 a, = AUCTION
pe a Se eaestens —_—_—__—— ~—| FORD PREFECT CAR—1948 Mogel
— _oneeninigieeasntccacittiagsle | ITE SA . . ek %
memory of ¢ One #RON TRUCK RE ee damaged in accident. We are inst
beloved Marie died May 20. 195 Deane. Francia Plantation, wa in to offer this vehicle for sale by Auction
God took her | it was His wil memeuer'? Garage on Friday 2rd
ol ,eart » veth still _— oe . ay at 2. p.m.
But in our t - - Vera ' PICK-UP: Hillman 10 h.p. Pick-up] JOHN M. BLADON & COMPANY,
Gone but not reo -
The Hamblin family., Lionel Innis lin good working order. Dial 3878. asetlonanar:
amblir ’ Brg | DaCosta & Co., Ltd. Electrical Dept. 18,5,.52-—4n.
. o 20.5. 52—8n
PIZAl s i iielaier VIVILLE, ST. LAWRENCE GAP
REIZAR--In_ ¢ loving me | TUESDAY h *
> AY 20th from 11.30 MORRIS
Kathleen Keizar, who pasied to hes ELECTRICAL CHAIRS, ROCKERS, UPRIGHT CHASRS,
Feward on: May 20th, # os. | Pace ———— =| ROUND DINING TABLE (sand box
“Time takes off the edge 0 | BATTERIES Ediswan Batterie | feet) TABLES, PLANT STANDS all tn
But memory turns back every teat Volt, 11, 13 and 16 plates; 12 Volt, °.| Mahogany, Rush bottom chairs, electric
Lieyd Keizar (husband), Gwen and A | and 13 plates. Get our prices first.| standing lamps. double Bedstead, spring
(daughters), . Annette (grax Dial 3878 and 4710, Da, Costa & Co. Ltd. | mattress, single bedstead; Mah Night
daughter) 20.5.52—1) | Electrical Dept 16.5.52—69. | pox Bureau, Cedar Hanging Wardrobe,
+ ‘t - a ns : — 290 tlusware, earthenware, kitehen ware
LOVELI-—-In constant memor f ELECTRIC MOTORS—‘e hp. M0 a3 Cement Ice Box-l electric Stove.
@ear Husband snd Father Aivin ¢ >it Single Phase. Dial 3878 or 4718). Oven, Singer Treadjle Machine, with
Lovell who was called to rest on M DA. COSTA & CO Lae, ee moter and light. TERMS CASH,
18, 1960 Dept 5.5 fh ARCHER McKEN:
We miss you because we } a Auction .
You were dearer than riches or & SWAN BATTERY CHARGERS 17.5.
No treasure on earth replace ¥ | Will charge up to 18 six-volt ee 8 ———
ri 1emory ’ grow old jor t r equivalent ot 6 Amps. For use
Siler sto he reer ed b a eo 1 10 Volt Single Phase circuit, Dial UNDER THE SILVER
Leveli (Wife). Cardemia (Dauginte 2878 or 4710. DA. COSTA & CO. te ' HAMMER
Atittgimn., Arinda, Amalthia. (Sons',| Electrical Dept 16.5.53—-6".) On Tuesday 2th the Furniture at “te
Mr. & Mrs. Biades (Friends ee ee et ae ~ | Touquet” ver Beach, order of Mrs
20.5 FRIDGE—Deep Freeze Used onl
Fiche eS, Phone THM | SRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.
LOVELI--In memory of our dear t : 20.5.52-—Bi . ‘Auctioneers. .
ee ee aay, eee LM V. RADIOGRAMS — New Models 20.5,52—1n
Aah a ne sari, eee ith 3 speed Changers and Record Cab-
We lost a dad with heart of gold ie ial 3878 or 4110, DA, COBTA &
He was dearer to US than weelth [i Dial 3 A *
0 hlect t.
untold Co, LTD,, Electrical Dep 16,5.52—6n EDUCATIONAL
Although we smile and seem carefree Se Cena
No one misses him more than we eine ae nh Croat
VACUUM CLEANERS—Three sizes to OTI
In constant memory by Carder lect from. Keeps inaccessible corners N
(Daughter Amalthia (Son). aga | ‘an. Dial 3878 or 4710. DA. COSTA APPLICATHYONS for one or more
20.5.52—-1n | CO. LTD., Electrical Dept. vacant St. Michael’s Vestry Exhibitions
an ————— j 16.5.52—6n.]at Harrison College will be received
PRreELLips casured memories of ¢ | i ~.~|by the Clerk of the Vestry up to 12
devoted f and husband = Is LIVESTOCK yom on Friday, the 23rd day of May,
Phillips who departed M “ :
1946, to cy centr tases Candidates must be the sons of
We do not wish a special di | ALSATIAN PUPS by Imported Pedi-| 5arishioners in straitened circumstances

Apply: K. M. G. Cooper,
Phone 91-68
18.5.52—4n,

gree Sire

} and must not be less than 9 nor more
Vvortiand, St

than 15 years of age on the 30th June,
1952, to be proved by a Baptismal
Certificate which must accompany the

To bring. You to our mind cea
The days we do not think of yc ‘ete
Are-very*rard to find

Life was desired

























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nina “ee Ms MULES: 2 American Mules (11 years | application
Die Tees Bee Bevery rest : | ay Ring Francia Plantation, 283: |" "Forms of application can bs ‘eenaed
Ever to be remembered by the Phillty | 20.5 in |from the Vestry Clerk’s Office.
Sap ere | SCE 5 E. C. REDMAN,
, Tuas a i 1 | MISCELLANEOUS Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry.
TUDOR: a joving memor s | en 10.8 52-in,
Tudor who diced on Ma 9, 19 | AGA-REX COMPOUND for Sreeree
G6d saw the road was gettir ro | Lior a palatable creamy Emulsion 0 “
The } foo hard to climb | quid Paraffin Price 2/- bot. Knight's NOTICE
He ge closed her loving eve Ltd 20.5. 52—3n APPLICATIONS for one or more vacant
Avid witispered “Peace be thine” \— St. Michael's Vestry Exhibitions at
Ever 40 be remembered by her lovit CHAIRS-Juat received another ship- | QUEEN'S COLLEGE will be rwoncet by
Mother, Viola--Williams, Elsa Sem? nent of Stack-a-bye chairs all the Clerk of the Vestry up to 12 noon
(Sister), Seymour Smali (Brother) Eve ypular colours with round or square on Wednesday, 28th May 1952. |
Smail (Niece) 20.5 52~in | tables to match. Purchase yours now at Candidates must be the daughters of
oe &. R. Hunte & Co., Ltd. Dial 9136 parishioners in straitened circumstances
. 7 | 17,5.52—2n, |and must not be less than 9 nor more
Dik RENE 1 i aniediegremnnapsanesicnetnaeneiesenten than 12 years of age on, the Bnd, Sep:
ee | FLOOR POLISHERS. Used in conjum tember |, to prove a iP toma
HOUSES | tion’ with Johnson's Floor polishes wil Corsiionte which must accompany the
kee 7 5 kK Ww. ial] &
nn — — ina net 3 Ae on 4710, Flows eRe 165 62—6n Forms of application will be issued and
BILTMORE—Fittr Village, St, James. |" received at the Vestny Clerk's Office
On sea. Three Bedrooms, Dining and| GARDEN HOSE: te” Gardem Hose | between the hours of 10 a.m, and
Drawing rooms. Electricity, tunning water |ond Fittings, City Garage Co., Vietorla| 12 noon. a
Seca Sere Oe ei eh | Ce Clerk, "Bt. Michael's Vestry,
FARAWAY Si. Philip, coast, 3 bed-| oe ein nn ert S) .=
—SSt. Philip, coast. bed- | complete kroner for Home or Ty
rooms, Fully furnished. ‘Lighting Plant. | pial 3878 or 4710, DA. COSTA & CO WANTED
Watermill supply. Double C - Perk, tvo] LTD., Electrical Dept, en
servant rgoms, m May Ist. Phone $.52~6n. —
4476. _ Be 10.4. 52—t.f.n | A ve Me HELP

1 ieee nahin
neem | NEW STOCK OF BOOTS’ MINERAL
BUNGALOW—Modern furnished Bunsa- SALTS for Cattle, sheep etc. 2 Ibs for

An Assistant WORKS ENGINEER,























low on St. James Coast, 3 bedrooms, gic, at Bruce Weatherhead Limited, seil- | oppable ‘supervising a workshop and
2 tollefs afd baths, running hot ard cx ng Agents for Messrs. Boots Ltd. of hag eg MA eo ae Sugar Machin-
water.. All “modern convenience I ottingham 20.5.52—5n J ery repair work desirable, Applica t
2472. = 6.5.63-t.! —_—_—_—_$_$_S——_$_ $n ——— | must have knowledge of scale drawiiy
Natal poorer mn RECORDS—Clearing our stock of MGW] ond experience in the direction of
NAVY GARDEN Well = furnisr records. Three for Two Dollars, you | ‘abour.
modern house, July to Dec. inclusive | choice. A. BARNES & CO., LTD. Copies of recent testimonials must be
Linen “and silver if necessary 94 62—t.f» |cubmitted with application by 3ist May
able rent...._Phone 3589 20.5 | ene 11952 For particulars relating to salany
—-— on ee Subseribe now to the Datly Telegraph} and other conditions, apply to: The
NEWHAVEN — Crane Coast, 4 bed-| mngiand’s leading Dally Newspaper nov | Manager, The Barbados Foundry Limi
rooms, Fully furnished, lighting Plo | arriving in Barbados by Air only a few|ted, P.O, Box 91, White Park Road,
Watermill supply, Double Garage, thré jays after publication in London, Con- | Bridgetown, Barbados. 14,5.52—6n.

servant rooms. For May and from Oc
tober Ist Phone 4476.

tact: kan Gale, c/o Advocate Co., Lid
Local Representative, Tel. 3118.
17,4.62—4.f.n

ann ee EDP
An Assistant FOREMAN capable of

10.4. 52—t.f.n supervising our Machine Shop Depart-



: a eal ment. Applicant must have knowledge
“SILVER WATERS”—Silver Sands, F< To CLEAR—VINOLIA BABY POWDER | i'n making sketches and reading blue

the months of June, July, September + 0c t , — Soap 2c. re- prints,

December. 17.5,52—8) eee * anaers LD Copies of recent testimonials must be
————— - 7 : 20 5.52—gn | submitted with application by 3st May

TRINITY COTTAGE—Fully_ furnished 1952. For particulars relating to salary





























~ BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PUBLIC NOTICES |

NOTICE

Re Estate of
: ADA MOORE deceased











TUESDAY. MAY 20, 1952

SHIPPING NOTICES |Pyorrhea and







TRE 8u ms " ae as ad ——
GAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all| —“\on@REAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW ao,
TURAL BANE ACT, 1948 persons having any debt or claims against 7
To the erediters lena toe s ZEALAND LINE LIMITED. 2 *
arainst GRANT sa RETREAT ng the cetate of Ade Moore (MAN Z LINE) The MV. “CARIBBEE™ will
ane Ss and deceased, late of Prince of Wales Road, | accept Cargo and Passengers
in 654, Joseph. Bank Hall in the parish of Saint Micn-| 8.8. “GLOUCESTER” is scheduled to for Dominica, Antigua, Mont<
TAKE NOTICE that J. Attgrney, of|ael in this Island who died on the 14th | ali from Port Pirie May Sist, Devonport ad weeets aed ae! as 4 urs
the ade Feaeaees am about to day of July 1951 are requested to send a0 =. coenme, St 14th, ie ot Sailing Friday 23rd inst |
i - , ne he a wr al ” - “
noun. of ¢1afee sina the proviniens fim porticulere, of thei cima duly ot |Barbadon about August Oh he Mv. “MONEICA” wil aid
in respect of the Agricultural year 1952|Chatnem Pollard, c/o Messrs Haynes & In addition to general cargo this vessel sategt Care sae veneers ~ | E 4
to 1983 Griffith, Solicitors, No. 12 High Street,|has ample space for chilled and hard ce, Antigua, Mon! ;
No money as been borrowed under| Bridgetown on or before the 30th day | frozen cargo. Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing
the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the} of May 1952, after which date I shall pro- uareday th. inet
above Act in Cargo accepted on through Bills of The MV. “CACIQUE DEL
respect of such year ceed to distribute the assets of the deceas- - t at Trinidad to SARIBE” will «
Dated this 17th day of May, 1952 Lading for transhipment a) a c will accept Cargo and
- a ed among the parties entitled thereto | pritisn Guiana, Leeward and Windward Passengers for St. Lacia, St
rustees, Estate of E. T. COX, hewing regard only to such claims of which , Grenada, and Aruba,




i shalt them have had notice and | will







Islands

Vincent,

















































’ Attorney. {not be lable for the assets or any part} For further particulars apply- Sailing date to be notified.
17.5.52—3n. | theteof so distributed to any person of | FURNESS WITHY @ CO., LTD., B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS
whose debt or claim 1 shall not then TRINIDAD. ASSOCIATION GNC.),
THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL- | bave hed notice. and Consignee. Tele, No. 4047 a
ACT, 1943 And persons indebted to the said DA COSTA & CO., LTD., Bleeding gums, sore mouth, or loose
To the holding specialty “= estate are opapaned to settle their said BARBADOS, B W.I tooth mean, Saat fou. B80 8 Vict ot eee
Plantation, indebtedness without dela’ ' disease
T, NOTICE Dated this 24th aay of March 1952 that Wil oventneny seuss you a eR
that 4, Attorney, of your Wem a8 nave to
; . oD fore r ti Bince the it Worla
the above Plantation am bout to obtain HESKETH CHATHAM POLLARD, y efore your time: Puiscases have spread
of the above yg he ng ane tt uni | Executor of the will of TRFOUR HOU AE ur out pf every five people
an Se caareee Ot mee Ae eerares 26 18 0am giz ae are sufferers S00ner or ate eg before tis
: ate t an 0} se diseases
No Dna has been borrowed under a too late, because they often cause not only
above Act in of such we & NOTICE CANADIAN SERVICE the loss of teeth, but also c theuma~
Dated this 17th day of May, 1962. New Discovery: Saves Teeth
Trustees, Estate of E. T. x, nen of application will be received From Montreal and Halifax oe the discovery of an American
undersigned to ‘ en fights roubles new
per A. P. COX, Thursday May 22nd i an moaned Expected Arrival | and quick way. Tt penetrates right to the
Aitorney. a... ae. ,tgholarahtp tenable at St. Jontreal Halifax Dates, Bridgetown, wee the ae a ot iP oane og 4
-6.88-—Sn. ‘Condidates on $8. “SUNDIAL” a erat SM ging soreness out of your mouth, and soon
THE AGRICULTURAL AIDS ACT, 1905! parents i daughters of] 5S uQRIONE” |. s,s May ay wd tightens the The following letter
* in straitened circumstances and | *° = - ‘ oa 14 May 19 May 2 June from Mr. W. W. B. shows the results that
To the oreditors eens, specialty Wess | ee be between the age of 9 years and “e eee = May oe a ane 2, aune Amoran users 1 get: aneeees sem Treneh
ageinst WELOHE Plantation, ears. 8 * VESSEL” ‘ i J $ 3 fouth and orn! *
‘Thomas. The application must be accompanied | —— = sce Peis me wate sore and bleeding nd 1 ha
TAKE NOTICE that I the owner of the | with a birth certificate. UNITED KINGDOM SERVICE tow) tems Seat. ve al abe gues Seat
above named plantation, am about to, - al = many tht and then heard of this new
obtain a loan of £3,000 under tue DOROTHY BARROW, From South Wales, Liverpool and Glasgow discovery In 24 hours after using
BS 3 of the ee a bi Secretary, as Side oa nt can = Amosan Ty uae Rae stomped bleedin:
war, Molasses and other crops 0! e ank Hall Road, South Expected Arrtva\ The aan ippeases:
pald ‘Plantation, to be reaped in 1960 |, St. Michael Wales Liverpool Glasgow Dates Bridgetown, taree days and in two weeks, 1 lowed tet
o money has yet been borrowed 5.52--In I could eat the hardest of food.”
against the said crops a ——— s.s. “N, O. ROGENAES” . 28 April 2May 6 May 20 May ’
Dated this 17th day of May, 1992 THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL- | ¢.°. “SUNMONT” eh ee 19 May 28 May 14 June Guaranteed
F. F. PILGRIM, TURAL BANK ACT, 194% 5.8 (FEGGEN” , js June e June 2% June 10 July oft works Le == 80 certain
s. “SUNWHIT” 30 Jun July 14 July 1 August guaran your
Te the creditors holding specialty Hens ¥ hai ist Sree Oe ae your: sore mouth and
ey ee ee ee cal beer; money back on return of empty
the above Plantation eh dour to ‘ontain KI ER Dee Mnne docaery front *fheumatiam
: Ss jan
The Star Beauty Hair Dressing noe of Peg under the provisions of UNITED NGDOM ANI CONTINENTAL Ss VICE and heart groubie Get Amosa i rene
. y ye e above against the said Ptantat . chemist today under rom-cla -
Saloon of Shepherd Street, moged in respect of the aeseuitaeel ar 1983 From Antwerp, Rotterdam and London y “tee. You risk
to 48, Tudor Street — where old to 1983. F iiisiastn ween f Amosa no‘hing as the
8 ey fe ylang oP meee has been borrowed under a eueeetes Arrival | aa
" > ’ e ric ‘al Aid t r Ant Rotterdam Brid . a
appointment of styling and scalp above Act ‘as the A SS ao be) = Pee wners “ae For Pyorrhea~T. Mouth
treatment. Hours: 9 a.m.—l2 respect of such year.
Noon — 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Dated this 17th day of May, 1952 m.v. “BRUNO” . .. 18 May 15 May 22 May 2 June il
A SIMMONS, s.8. “FEDERAL VOYAGER" 13 June 16 June 23 June 7 July ARRIVED ‘
ner
17.5.62—3n. Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703 | Another Shipment of the

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

APPLICATIONS FROM WOMEN FOR TRAINING AS
MIDWIVES AT THE MATERNITY TRAINING

HOSPITAL
APPLICATIONS are invited ¢rom women between the ages of 18

and 30 for training as midwives at the Barbados Maternity Hospital.
The course of training will extend over a period of 18 months
and wili start on Ist August, 1952.
Selected applicants will receive a training allowance of $14.00
per month. to
Applications should be addressed to the Matron, Maternity Hos-
pitai, Bank Hall, St. Michael, and should be submitted not later than
the 14th June, 1952. 14.5.52.—2n. |









MEDICAL OFFICER GRADE ‘B’ TUBERCULOSIS DIVISION,
HEALTH DEPARTMENT, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Applications are invited for appointment to the vacant post of
Medical Officer Grade ‘B’ Tuberculosis Division, Health Department.
Trinidad and Tobago.

Salary :—

$5,280x240—$5,760 per annurn. A salary above the minimum
will be paid if the officer’s experience justifies it.

Qualifications :—
| (a) Medical qualification registfable in Great Britain and by
the Medical Board of Trinidad and Tobago.

(b) More than five (5) years’ Post-graduate experience as a
Physician, with experience in te treatment of Tuberculosis and
chest diseases, .

Status :—

Permanent and pensionable.

Quarters :—

Not guaranteed, but where available, rent is payable by the
officer at a rate of ten percent (10%) of his salary. In the case of
an overseas officer who is not provided with quarters, a house allow-
ance will be paid equivalent to the difference between rental paid by
the officer and ten percent (10%) of his monthly salary subject to a
maximum of fifty dollars ($50) per month for a married officer and
twenty dollars (20) per month for an unmarried officer.

Passages :—

Free first class passage on firet appointment for the officer and
his family not exceeding five (5) persons in all in the case of an
officer recruited overséas. 5

Subject to review at any time

|

and not as a permanent right of

h bedrooms, complete with tele oar wa an aenielaehe —|and other conditions, apply to: The c Prez
tree End refrigerator, situated ot} , VAT OMe 2) 6,000 gallon Oak War ic | Manager, The Barbados Foundry Limited the officer, free passages on leave «fter a minimum tour, not exceed-
Bay, St. James. Phone 295% oY *% i P.O. Box 91, ite Park Road, = 5 ; ee
Derricks Bay nes eas—ttn | ark Road, 1,8,82—t..n | Ten, Barbados. 14.5.52—4n, | INE the cost of a normal sea passa ye to the United Kingdom for the
a ENUGGERY' Near Brand WAX—We have in stock Prom Lustre] Fook a Cy amaciea, fom) Wie officer, his wife and children sub,ect to a maximum of three (3)
Beach: ete Jah dj pel risina ey bent eaa 108 Bg soe. Wer Roberts ‘Manufacturing Co, Ltd. A Book- | adult fares,
r y 7 Tat! ore Try @ o e ce er yi o ¢
pe aire to Drawn Moen | KNIGHT'S LTD. 20.58.6887 | EOODER a) Te Dy. a mel ate 4 Medical Attention :—
Flectrie ight Large Yard enc losed Alsc mane cenmenenitie the Manager, Government Hil ed Free X-ray and operative trea ment for the officer only, 59
Land to make garden ruit trees beari . mn, s . a
Approved tennant. Apply within. Pho LOST & FOUND Pl en Ene nee ne Sane) Private consulting practice will not be permitted.
4925. 14.5.52 CASHIER ag sae eee for he ine Method of Application :—
Te eects ines Theatre. Apply in person any day be- : .
MODERN STORE AND OFFICE oo me Teco. tween 10 am.—4 p.m. 18.5.52--2n. Applications should be submi ed to the Colonial Secretary,
One modern Store and one spaciou eigenstate a ¥ N
Office at No.’ 22 Guan Riteet. Acply t a bal SUSEKEEPER — Manager. Four Winds | Colonial Secretariat, Port of Spaii, Trinidad and Tobago, to reach
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PAGE FIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1952
BOXING LAWN TENNIS

WATER POLO The last clash between these
two Clubs was held in Barbados

Starfish. Goldfish 4”*ereh To — Savannah — fchtootsimss Mm":

: fd t Sadler Team Selected .2.2222%°2,2%,"%
Beat Convent, Q.C. LONDON Toe tu t repre Savanan ezine ty ee Base



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Two coloured boxers very much etal Clubs in Trinidad versus terlation there Mecturbing othe her trou-
: a igor 7 ; dis Team should give a good| (i Nes Steetadhe.
Starfish yesterday beat the As a whole the Goldfish play- eee ee a ton gery oe ag been selected and jceount of themselves. F pean LF sp. che. Constipation,
s ‘ re . e of ers ec ve , s as follows
Som thei W: is Po _ at Re cies Anderson from a Guiana. Men Dr. ¢ Manning, E, P. , pe flavor tan ase ee tyler irom yo sitive
in eir ate 10 rate: > teams : ‘ a a . c a f mes
at the Aquatic Club, and Gold- Queen's College— N. Grannum, a tae’ Cane title sents Taylor, J. L, St. Hill, P. M Patter+ Police Defeat guarant rer aaa Bur one
fish beat Queen’s College 3—1. B. Williams, Phylis FitzPatrick, Ankarah for the World feather. °°", (Captain); J. D, Trimingham, Sea eo Pao
Star Water Polo player Jean G. Reed, C, Pasteur, P. Browne, weight championship and Ander- © wane D. Wood, Mrs, D James St. Scouts
Chandler sent in four goals for A, Raison. gon for the Empire lightweight Lac pees ee . — me .
Starfish, her sister Phylis one and Goldfish— B. Hunte, G. In- title. Worme, Mrs. R. Bancroft, Miss G. ‘Phe Second Division basketball
June Hill (Holborn) one. grum, J, Eckstein, J. M¢Kinnoon, The Ankarah bout has been Pilgrim Al aes match which. was played at Dis-
It did not take much to see as Mrs. B. Foster, P, Pitcher. arranged by Nottingham promoter _ The team will be playing the triet “A” yesterday evenin THE MOST PERFECT AND EFFICIENT WASHING



the game got going that it would Convent—A. Fletcher, B. Han- Reg King who has obtained the <8th Tournament against Tranquil- tween Police and James =.
be Starfish who would end up sél, E. Parson, M. Chabrol, T. sigmatures of the Gold Coast ity at the Tranquility Courts com- Boys’ Scouts resulted in a victory

winners. They were playing al- Walbridge, F. Palmer ang M. fighter and France’s European mencing on Friday 23rd. . for Police by a margin of 46 points
together superior Water Polo and Lopez. champion Ray Famechon for a ‘The Team with the exception to 7. Richards, Dodson and In-
the le& practised, quickly tiring Starfish— M. Legge, Phyhs final eliminator for the world of Mrs. R. Bancroft and E. P. spector King of Police scored 2!,

Convent girls played gamely, Chandler, J. Chandler, M. Chan- title at the Notts County football Taylor will be leaving on Wednes- 11 and 14 points respectively,
but could not cope with their dler, Pat Chandler, F. Cat- 8round on June 9th. day night at 9.30 p.m. from Sea- while M. Bynoe scored the 7
The BBB of C have recognised well. Mrs. Bancroft will join the ,points for his team.

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Maa umal, Jean Chander a= ———— «MR, Contest and the NBA of Team on Saturday: afternoon and LEC I URE eed a advantages of the Ace with any oth
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Opposing team who tried to Brazilian Team Sek 1g ee gg My vn Sho aeke onenenibiil consists f WHAT'S ON TODAY Machine.
mark her off, then she would taka ‘ a , : a - . rah .
faa a mee nyt es thatthe fight should take place Pwenty-five Matches made up of-— Court of Original Jurisdiction °
Son pant chat Annas ae ane Not Impressive in . the United States. Final Nine Men’s Doubles, Four Men's 10.00 a.m.
ed a good game. + Se STOCKHOLM, May 17 fromenie "te settled ty © opin Singles, Four Mixed Doubles, Four | Meeting, Legislative Council— (1) Really Efficient Service
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Standing player was Annettc headlined “Brazilians Got Win, but cjiff Anderson is to meet Tae team to represent Trand¥ cae of Assembly (2) te sh and Quicker Finish

Fletcher, their captain. She is a were not impressive” in comments Tommy McGovern. the British

(ood swimmer an , on last night's soccer game here quility against Savannah was Mobile Cinema, Black Bess
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the position readily and pass 9 between Corinthians and the for the Empire light-weight title, ;

advantage, but she got little help. Swedish First Division team jeff wacant when Arthur King !°WS:— ‘hi Nothnagel, (C
In the Queen’s College-Gold- Djargarden The newspaper, took out American citizenship ores stem M eH ae

fish match, Mrs, Brenda Foster Sweden's largest daily, added: papers, The fight will take place tain); F. Gun-Munroe, unter

scored two for Goldfish and Jean — Americans played — at Porteawl, near Cardiff. The aon ae teat E vimioa 4

ee i ,, Short passing game, but would not th. aaner, A, Ce Verte, &. 2c

eee "Willions nouns eonvince us that they are a rea ae June mn PA G. Mancini, T. Schjolseth, P. Wad- WEATHER REPORT
Queen’s College played a fait figet. class ‘soccer’ tegem,* 8h ee ae ee dell,

j oa sets seat 7 In individual criticism of the ° 1 Ladies: Miss Mildred Cambridge, Sunrise: 5.39 am.
Same and were penetrating, but Corinthian players, Dagens Ny- B’dos Friendly Football Mrs, O. Galt, Mrs. Eyre, The Sunset: 6.17 p.m.

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TITSnAT. MAY M IMS BUtBADOS \n\'(M\TF. PAGE Edril Wins In Eleven th Regatta By Our Yachting Correspondent rd away irom Moyra Blair. Fantaay and Rascal. At the and if '.his round she was about tan eec11 nds ahead of Rascal Fantasy wao thud, followed Li Ranger < FUrl kept the lead and flnUl.nl he second round II sac on da ahead Moyra Blair which ertuok Fantasy, was third. a minute and 20 teconda behind Rascal. Mischief received a minute from Oipay but at thU st n;i%  In was onl> 40 seconds ahead. R ,..l aasartOOk Fttn ID the Ian imind She went on to be*tt Fliri by %  minute and a second. Third was Moyra Blair, a minute and 2H seconds behind Flirt. Mischief came fourth, two minuteand two seconds later. Gipsy finished 33 it even more difficult for thU hard seconds later. working Committee. They drop C Class honours went to alcdout ef race* and the Committee is new. This was also a vary inter%  t a lost to know whether they eating race Madness sailed beau.omnirltcd breach of the rules or have stopped because of %  breakdown The Committee realises Ihat it is very difficult for a helmsman, whose mooring is oft the Harbour Police Pier or along the Fontabella coast, to sail back to the Aquatir Club after breaking down ..ut in the Harbour. But these h. %  lmsriii m ran nt least be CODBMEDKH. scored a convincing victory in the Tornado Class when the Eleventh Regatta of taw RB.YC. was sailed in Carlisle Saturday. U per Ivan Perkins kept her In the lead throughout the three rounds. At the finish she wu well ahead <>' Rascal of Vamoowe. The race was sailed south about. At the start a fresh south east breeze blew but It shifted east as the afternoon wore on There will most likely be one protest At the end of the race Mischief was wen flying the protest flag. The race was sailed south about, has a difficult job working out the limes. But some helmsmen make 11th R.B.Y.C Regatta The pinm.follows :— and times (or Regatta ill the pleasure of two cars . L i, I* I r I-RICE OF fourth, tv l.:t. crate enough to telephone the j ,t. Yacht Club and Inform the Committee of the reason for dropping out of the race ThU would fadlltntc the work of the Coaaragtaag and at the same time assist In the publication of the correct points. All the B boats raced with the exception of Okapi and Wizard. Durinit the lirst round Flirt pullUfully. In th* nrst round she went ahead of Miss Behave and Folly. She finished this round live minutes" and 13 seconds ahead i.f Gurnet, which was second Third was Folly. 12 seconds later Magwin was fourth, flvo seconds ..head of Rogue. Madness held on ti. the land She finished two minutes and 54 seconds ahead of Gunnel which defeated Rogue by two minutes •end*. Scamp finished and 22 seconds %  H-<-' HI >Unl* v TK a* < r DSft 10 01 DM 1 tsn ij Dam 1 l> il IBS i gartinl 8 Frtei Pali L D.NF %  *ill *!)T in i *2J 4S.pT>, is as gun SPORTS QUIZ By SPORTS GDITOB The r. .T i. ..;..-. Advocate will award a beok on sport la the Ural person who sends the rorrefl answers to the (nilon Inc ueeMinnv 1. CRICKET What K the name of the Rarhado" rrickelet who. in aB Intercolonial fixture with i iiHnl.il injured hb> hoec and watt compelled by Ihr umpire to stand and rail the ball underhand dawn the pitch. 2. FOOTBALL A team kicks off and by clever combined play manages lo *. nrr without an opponent playing the ball. Should the referee award a 3. RACING Name the Barbadoa owned horse that won the Trinidad Turf Club Cap at tin Christmas meeting 1927. 4. BOXING From whom did Joe lnh Bret wra the. world heavyweight boxing • hamploimhtp? 5. TABLE TENNIS ui'ii W meant by the term 'Let' In Uble tennis? NOTE: All entries, for "Sports Qoli" should he addressed "Sport* Quit". e'o Advocate Sport* Editor, and must reach thr office by 12 noon on Saturday. May 31 The correct answer* and the name of the winner will be published In the Sunday Advocate of June 1. Each entry most be accompanied by A COl'PON a* Set out below. SPORTS QUIZ Name ClfAJVCERY SUIT ADJOURNED i page 1 Gnat scored another victory in the Intermediate Class. At the and of the tirst round Invader was in the lead. She was two minutes and 31 seconds ahead of Reen. second. Third was Clythv a second later. Mohawk was fourth, followed by Gnat. Gnat soon overtook the other boats. She beat Invader, second. by a minute and 55 seconds. Third was Reen. 56 seconds later. Mohawk was fourth, boating ClyUo by 28 seconds. Mohawk a. however disqualified fn striking anpoti the western mark in the second vation For th,purpose of nil I... round vation. be \a, given a iltt HI raa de D Class honours went to Sin bad. ch.et.ue. mid SU.500 v. Hurricane and Rainbirrl did not a< j_ Sa< mgi Account in the R>' Mart. Hurricane is nt present In Ikmk of Canada. St. Vincent. She was sailed there After other negotiation.. I a* by her owner-skipper. Ian Gale, other plantation' Corkle Robert-, owner-skipper -f ( Mi s connevHon win Rainbow went as crew. 'I i PuuttaUoti and Seabird was 16 ppoond % %  IttuaU) iMiughi foe El of Sinbod at the end of the llr.'t £1,0 rrorn the pr %  round. Van Thorndyke was third, pgedi of c 'lelon product 1 a minute and 37 seconds later, sale if Trtirl WM completed In Sinbod soon overtook Seabird and June, UMt M.3UU .ami frmn UM vent on to win the race. She finproflu ol CoUoton |0,0Q ishod two minutes Bnd 27 seconds the Royal Bank of Canada on tho ahead of Seabird, second Vnn instructions of a cable from I'anThorndyke was third. Tour minama and $3t).0v0 liuough Mr. utes and 22 second.* Inter Scale* in Panama. LAND DISPUTE 3ETT1LED In the A TrHff* COUft o( Appeal Then Honour-. Mr j v, ii Chonor) and Mr. A. J. H. ill gave iiidtrmeiit for the Mtndanl H awavoasj and n order that the pUintirl Harew..i at Wi U rfouso, St Philip, %  hpuld b. paid the of Hill in the suit which Alimua Hawirwood tsraught ig t I! .iskliuj theuuM lo Inquire into the matti t acre and a half of land whlcl Ihr h and in Edril scored a surprising victory IWon S...li in the Tornado Class. She led Panama, ho had throughout the race. At the **'lh Bag %  uapaotton ttf-i W finish she was 31 seconds ahead be advantage.. of Vamoose. Comet was third. eollta and np started negi The Twelfth Regatta of tho WlU1 'cgard It. When lie notifled R.B.Yr. will be sailed In Carfe*\e* of his prores*, Seales said on Saturday. May 24 (Bank-HoLday) The result* were as follows — ft Class: 1. Rascal; 2. Flirt. S. Moyra Blair. C Class: 1. Madness: 2. Oannet; 3. Rogue. Intermediate: 1. Gnat: 2. Invader; 3. Reen. 3. Van Thorndyke Tornado Class: I Vamoose; 3. Comet. of h ould see th> ethers and come Dvti UaaxatUaa waa bought on May 3, 1943, and he assumed Itg management. Mount Prospect and >\>ur RUal aaan (K>ughi on fuhseq uen t occasl on s. W ft.iirow appeared on behalf of the plainUfl n %  ted that the %  paid by monthly Instalmentof L I per month m throe monthimprisonment with hard labour. The COMv-as brought by Inspc lor Charles Roberts. its %  , KATES OF EXCHANGE S i in i ia i-ih at**, ran rSAI>4 ChrqiMW Oil Bank Ifc'itand n-ll asgat nr..n^ : KM .!..,. I" M v u Gneri.i 1943. All the estates were In order a *m \5>a Ot lhtl limr thp > *•*• bought, he ... UM Eat said, but Colleton and Trent wen* lying follow at present. He pnsj not certain about the state of the others. He WM asfcad under crossIt 111 |04l WIUTI 111 •pnl in the Income lax return, he was not sent for uud told that thfl property was the property the Barbados Progressive Society to him. he corrected himse. id< ~.t T ;. lo-i BLOOD IMPURITIES \oftim V'sttltG 'caus* bole system.' Skin eruption jMaf^ rrntauoo* simplr rhcumauim and painful as* s are nature's signal thai you need Clarkc'i nag) SKt* %  anal Blood Mistun*. This famous methoine help* aj cleanse the blood stream of impunocs and %  cap you fit and free from these and similar ibawornt complaints Be n# to ask for AflWS CLARKE'S^ mm Blood jyjixtureaaa TOOLS TAPS It DIES PIPE V4". V. Vi", *". *". 'A". 1". 1V4". WA'. 2". 3' BSF '.. :i/16". *•, 5/16", V, 7/16', W. /16", g", V SAE or NF V. ', 5 16". V. 7 16". H". 9/16", H", V USS or NC %  V', 5/16". \", 7/16", Vi", 9/16", %', V ENGINEER B.P. HAMMERS ',lh. -,1b. mib., l-,lb., 2Mlb.. 31b. FILES FLAT. HOUND, HALF ROUND, SQUARE HIGH SPEED GRINDING MACHINES HIGH SPEED TWIST DRILLS BODY REPAIR FLEXIBLE FILES OPEN & BOX SPANNERS PRESSURE GAUGES 0-400 lb. ECKSTEIN BROTHERS piled Ihat he bad given then of what the pOPttkH He said that there w any suggestion that he might hceoma i dinctor ol the pi-muition* the property of bui on %  eartala lettar iwing raw u .c ..... ..gresaive Society lo him, ha corrected himself: an. thay would ha-ve to tax tham as a said fiat there had been talk -and he .irquicsced. He r— Ml Wing a director. V.V.'/! r ;'S.'.'. W*V>V^*. BAY STREET DIAL 4269 W/,V//////////AV////////V///.V,V,V///<'.V.','---', TUTU t" iel.is--made \* l,-,\ liy your atijoyin. .ii.. piugiaiiuncj uii.ii ht to you by piU'ate Una direct from our stu Helsinki next July. EnU I The n.t %  ..int MI1UI the prlie. In the rvent of lher< %  %  mil iiiiln.' the least Pi Editor will win the prl lltm/i\TW. I'd from l 1 (I puiile whlrh ran help you l il uig. M Ihr MII" time you will nil BarhadsV mole Olympic hope la r.i and try your skill. > I1M .1. opened by the Editor will win being no earrr< I udutlon the pM rt.ra whlrh k op. iie.l first by the Enlraree fre of one rarh H.IMIII.MI .il.ing < printed helnw %  \ny entry whlrh Is no| miunlnl by ihr rntranre fee will be ImmrdUlely drstroyed. All entrantf..r IhN .nmp'IMIon %  t-. abide by thrderUlon f the Editor ol the llarbadea AftvoraW. Th ...niprliiiun will he rlmrd on Irlday. Ui,\ May at 4 p.m. Ml rnvelorrH must be elrarh injrk.J CROM tVOKI* li //I I t OMI'FTITION and addrrorg to the Editor, the ILirhadm Advocate. 34 Broad Sire. I Thr name of Ihr winner will be pulili.li.il In the Sunday vi .. .1. of May ZS pahi,:n people* hail dw.U in Ar %  %  given lull %  nard. 1 \ 1 inn \i. %  h uritrt. 1 ,.i. iium truth ., 'abhn . |U 1 11 I of the -ti igus 1 iai wen ol the 1 o panrgT ipoi 1.max I q Knota Iditlon •*>I'ranigreaaion rnaoy mit did i widow ihrov. into \t o-Which of Judahpo slain by the Lord* %  .ihor :* -Syriibol for nlver 1 Thu. picture is tellinu you a gtory—Uslling you of Lumber and Sr.inRles and Cement; of beastta) Cement Sheets. Galvanized Roofing and Ceiling Boards Above all—where they are stocked for you to see and buy! a A KB ADOS CO-OP t OTTOJV FAt TORY , TO. I 40—Hrunui money. Aurj:. i.ful ;*n %  1 Mini mm t cmBB S m FAMMUM I niriea ran be posted or delivered to the "Ad vacate Stationery" or Advertising Otnce ,'s.;'.:','.',' pgsajgasjgaiasasgPM



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TAGF. SIX R\R!Ur>OS AHVOfATF TITSDAT. MAT IB. %  *--_ CLASSIFIED ADS. IM III M SALES I'I III M \OIUIS mr***o*r isoa niFD rlOOLfO* O R." MM I'l*.' V Uav. Iffit %  -.-rMB v apt i : % %  | M IIM ItTT 'i tM>"l M~"Oon %  > %  h. .. %  |Utht<. Kaiaar ->%  I—sad "• "no > Mi •"** -TWTJUkd -fT "ir r<\* %  B* Mm Wfiy " %  IM KMH ihu-bf€l< Ow*n and A <•* .* %  %  • %  > I %  iaUghlCT %  ion SALE HEAL ESTATE 111 SI'QAB PfDI Al'TOMOTIVr. A DOUOLAB rm PUaUM and ana dpi* (M h a*.idad -Ml BMngltd roof, M*BB*S OUIU ...->,., i M |fl a M ft two •***•* r—— Jri f**t MTh containing M UMM M4 TAaU. • ivrmrlmitr i -^.BBO lr*t of liimh** A,>plti. W A V %  .tailor,, til QHrlr .. I.IUI I I TVBAL BAJtB Alf. BMB % %  .l*i„, %  * %  ***.. I.A. lord 1 QMji r-1 NMJH | -i | M :,*.• i a. Font* I M Ho H %  ...) %  %  "• -I DM C II i, in pi' 1 At, Hi' I Hi.ima.iCar iwi.patta.-i ,ui( Big Tyre*, pnon Ti II.M IM1 Mod*l ftoa, if.ll'ta' *uil*b.. Nt Apu<> 1-lCK UP I Mod w ELECTRICAL Minn llATTrWM d.i-ai. B-' 1 ^ ,f IIMA n T *~ ""' %  .,,ai SSI. *. 4..0 I... Co*. CoLl-. ElMUical D*pt I ID %  II 8 MQALMI At (hrtiNp with bum utlrteH n.nning wat-r i IM ptMM Waft* IT 1 * that I. All*f<> -b*Y* Plantation un •Mm to a* MB af HUH uaatar la* gritHS.. HM AM ** %  -"•> U -*ud WlWll M lM iMrrt of Ui AartrulWPW y**t ISSt VOTICF J %  -*. A iiKTAArlO LTD I ie.5M-or YTVIII*. XT lAWRINCr HAP TUrSDAY nJi Itom II MORRIS CUAIRH. MUCKKHS Ul'HIUin l IIAHtl. ROVND DINING TABlX lund boa Ifvl TAHlS CI.ANT tTANDH % %  t> > %  > % %  -<. Hu. pouoin choui. *-*ctrte iMpUBJ UUHM -l.>-l>l" Or-lill..'. %  %  '.' %  i.utttn... •'i>i' MMd; BUh NUkl Fn> B-iw... <<-d-r MMitinB Wiinlrobo. MWBM, klt'l %  *ILI I. Itoa-DBubM 4cUtc Btovc (AMI. *ngn TT QOdJ* Machine. WtOI atxl ll*ht TTHMP PA8H • \hCHB* McKSMZBl. i" l.-V 3> l M* i %  TI UOIt i_ i I |l. AM wii u paiwl (on iii.vr II MV UDIOOUW -f Ptft" 7S o. M> DA CWTA • iv* Art M nnn l af %  uch J-I >.WMJ BUi ink •*> of aUy. i**rw*to*. tVUW of E T. COX. •MAI' t "X IBS lilt •IbAlINUItlll ACBJtt n HI BANK AC*t I'... Ik* nitlUf fc.ljiiii It w M*I> iiDiAjtnt rti — iii*. UtMII. TAKE NOTXX th-t .. Alto(n. I..•bov* Plantation am about to obt.. loan of *]•• undat lb*> jr oaMlB l tli* BboA* Ad acalntt In* •*>•* Plaiila Km. In r—pCt of ah* Afticultufal y '' %  to IBM No aaaaxa> baa bnn bona om M AjrWulluial Aid* Act. IBB*, or IK.%0 Act In raapwl of aucb >oot I>-l*d Ihla 111b da> of May. IBM Ttuaajaaa, EMaU of B T COX. R* EaUf o" ADA MOOBI a* a—d NOTICE IB HERXPV GIVB* ibat all aaaanna havlaff mar datot at lUuni aa>">*< a* BfBpttln. in* ****** of Ada Maaai •aca**d. laU of frlnr* of W.Ut Red Bank Hall in lb* parlan of Saint BWBa*I In thla lUan who m On IB* 14" day of Jol IBM ar. r*airt*4*d to **rui W f .iui.iN .ii laaB M • tno Cbfjinim Poll*Io r o M*xr* noun a OrMlUi. Boax-rtot.. No II Nigh i*t***i %  TMrwn on %  >, bofor* lhJtHh dad ,rf %  > '••• %  ""' -bf" dal* I afaall mi" ,, I i -Ink..I. I'. BBB*. %  >' BBi BBBBBI lh* part.*. *III*>d lh.rrt.. >M **ia*nl> U> HK-nrlainu uf ******* I %  *.''! Uxx* havr bod oUc and 1 will %  '. fix tb* **M-ti or an> pait Unfnif an dlaUlbotod lo anpa**>n of _M dabt ar rlaim I .h-ll not ux*n b*vo p*xl uouc* Aixl all vonoi^ ii.d**iid to lb* Mid ***• ar* r—iwaatad to aMUa Iboar aai.i uxiabt*dnaaa without d*U> Dawad tbla Mtb da* of March 1BU % % %  maTIrl CHATHAM POI^AI o.aiifUd Baocutor of tb* wi Ada Moor* i „ %  SHIPPING NOTICES | Pyorrhea and Trench Mouth / M AMI I IM llllll Ii par A P oox. IT t S*--3n B Gl*OUC*BTI*U(' U •cBodolad t. from Pad Ptrk. M-< ! %  iwonp.,1 j ltn Mb. Malboum* J-M Mtb. %  * %  •' Jo.i* >atb. ibfhona July Mb. %  l*tn .t Barbado* about Auaruat m* %  daJltxHi b **n*r*l cargo thia *aaa*l •Mpi. ***** for chiliad and bard n ca*B" on ihroufm Bill* at %  ami M TTMildaO I I i„--.,., 1 I%  I.land* further par•*.•* %  lar* BMEI MBNBBB WITBT a CO LTD. IBINUIAD. BBfl CO.. LTD >-,'* %  '*'*'*'-'-'' Th* M V CAfUBBBa: t or* P Don U ni*-. W Btor*. Batilruj rrtdav nrd BHI Tb* MT %  *iOTKKA w. *f*jfaH Oar*** >id f""m" *>* Iromiuica. Aii| hlay abbd for ixv* va.mil attva* 8ld> x-lx.lar.hlp laiiabia at Bt MlCnaat'i fiirlr Bcnool. CBttflMalag nuM bo dau.hl*r> *> pa ran la lit •Ii*iim*d clrrunatanr** aixi moat ba botwron lb* aga of yaar* ana Ix.tUfTHY HAKNOI* INDER THE SILVER HAMMER On TVM-1 THUQIH-' Dm*i Baaeh %  /•**• of Mr* Gration Simpaoii BBANKKR. T-IOTMAN CO.. A.rUdBr-r, ID I IB—I. VACUUM C1.EANT.BB-Tbca* %  :t**pa to*afbW BYlfi .r 4110 DA i irn tiwirtcal Dapt innviKiwi. I,l\ ISTIMK AISATIAN run *. Plantation aBSV m i BV i -MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE NIW QDAITIM ,r Ktar B**„l Ball I HI of Shaphrrd Htm-t. '"04,-0 I fAjgg. Mint — *!"" ' %  lad to. aapoci. ol MfUBfJ -' Hour* a a 1XHXTA RBI), u TUdor fUravt -. aa-in |. 11.. ••tlt*>. haldlag % % %  H ll f l ll-n ag-.n.i ^A VIIW rianlaUaa. HI. I a. • TAKE NltTICr. that t lh* <*m*i o b* ibm1'lantatlon oan about u> obtan 1 Mail of 11th day \ Ma*. .— A MMMUNI*. Oanr CANADIAN SERVICE From Bbabaal oaf IIIU* iE]^ bal klMchrc SUN DIAL t>HIONE "RKAl'VAMi UNITED KIN'iDOM SERVICE From South Wale*. Liverpool and Glafhfow %  N O ROOHfAtB-' %  aUNMONT' • %  rtoaEN' 1 si-HiniiT' I l**roa*l Ulaagaw 3 Ma* 6 May IB May m Mb? t .luba • Jui. 14 Jul. Una ( in-" IB May UNITED KINGDOM ANI' CONTINENTAL SERVICE From Anlvverp, RxUeTdiun and London Now Diwcovtry Svo* Ttfrth Aataiaa. lb* di-co*." af mm ABWrtBB n a-SiK ftBbli .! %  •** ? hU ",. l n • "•" and qalf" way. It prxi't*i "if 11 * *•' %  root af tt> troybl*. atap* *Mpa"^*Jl f j llx .*ry flr.t dai. Q-aicbly xotta ypa Wifiiian HI of roar moatb. **d gaen ***& W* JFTuZii thVcmfu^blt *-i**--' %  %  -' -"' w^r-drra-Tron... Moain and Pvoinx* IJI •* %  f uau a*r* aora aad BiraeUnfi 1 a* fM( loath, wbll* *.rroi •.•I* irt'iug loo**r all tin llai. aaBBTTblnpa and tbni hrard of S arry at—aaao. iu *• ior*ai M aay gxau had fiBB*—* io>*n*u In aayiaatr IBrar Bay* and la two •%  i kMB. t**1l< %  oiu.li iiahfr 1 MMM (3 tbliard..! .(food Goartanlofrd I !• (itatanlrad .l'*'l.ng • .. .Klb to .. baca oo >aaot| %  ,k|* 0*1 Aa i aaaa !>" %  ai iird-Hlullton-clU 1 ii.r.i,.i AniTal D*ta* ll-l-i.i..,. Mar bad** FXDXHAL VoVAOER 1J Jo,. IB Jun* Jun* " Afcots : PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phono 47*3 AmoMi-S^r^' Tor PyoriJic4--rrtit lh* ,\ REX COMPOUND .i i.ali.tai-1* ctaomy | P*rafBn PIKI foi ConatlpoEmulaion < %  ( boi Knight'. N B M-3.1 riff "~ .1 ..: ., ...... %  ( mm •HI %  d or %  PI rd .. %  Hi u 1 Co Ufa. ii t it %  HOUSES .' mi-. OB *M Tnra* BIroot Drnma aDrawing raom. HaM> cJI* i unnln w*l. ir cacb room Gaf*g* Dial WB %  I POUBHEU Uaad I li JI.TII..OII> Floor poiim* ur Floors looltlnc n*w ,710 IB.B.Bi NOTICE Af'PLICATIONS to. on* ..r mor* vacant „I. Michael'* Voair* EObibltl.in. -t QUXKN'S COUXOE will b* !" *lv*.l i.> i* Clara of In* V**tr* up to U noon Wrd-aadat. HUi May IBM Candid-la. moat ba ah* daughUr. ol pariah lonar* in atralunad ClretiaaBiABaa* arxt rnuat not ba laaa Ihan • >• %  ""Or* than II yoar. af % %  <-n lb* BBfl b*P•, aafaag IBM to B* nrovad by a Bapturnal C*rtmeaU wbKh muM ix*MT,pan' th* ^'rm.'"" appllaaUo*. will ba laauod and raivtd ,t in* V.itr.' CWr*. Ofoc* IKM.* jnd ilitlna*. City t Btr**i I iba. Lighting 1" %  ill uppl. DMiblg I lVM na Prom %  '*' ','' IrUJNElUa— OptUii Induitital Iron*** hrono* I". Hon.. *""' Kim aaia or altB DA. COBTA a. i LTD. Klrclraral Dapt. ,-**, HVKOAIIOWMod. i low %  n -* •; iol'.*l> ilflDgt Ub i. ri a<*f. A I M rt .IKK "r ILHrTSMIM.KAI LLTi fr Calll*. .•*!> ate. I lb. to. I I*d... %  I r wpalhrrhrad Limit**. Agcnla for Mraata Boot. Lad NAVY G modarn hfl | jflV*l .1 II abi* in.; i 1 ,,„ I, ; %  %  Dae !•• i ,i NFWHAVBM Crana CoaaL b*.i rooeaa PuUy furnlahad. lighting Pi* > Hal*ril] auapl*. Doubla Oaiagc. th-arr.m -oc-n. ror Ma* and fron. C. tobar ... Phon* ,„,„_,,„ i" -Siivrr Sad> K • ,lun*. July. rWptrmbor J HECUHDS Claaring **> BIBBB B %  irmili Tl.r** lot Two Ho llar a, ,lt-K* A. BAJU4B. fa CO LTD S.,b.lh* now lo lh. Dall* T.tagr.a %  ".ngland'. leading D.iiy Nawapapaa .•i.lng in Harhadoi >..t,, ,fi*r pub' :.! K*prra*iitatl< r only %  aaatta I AdvocaU Co. TO CLXAH VINOl IA BABY POWWH o, .adixad !". Soap * ,,^*d lo lar. KNIGHTS LTD M ft *—3 C REDMAN. Mwhari'* Vaatry IB 5 SS -In GOVERNMENT NOTICES APPLICATIONS FROM WOMEN FOR TRAINING AS MIDWIVES AT THE MATERNITY TRAINING HOSPITAL APPLICATIONS • invilod uyin womon between the ages of 18 and 30 (or naming a midwlvea ai Lb* Barbados Maternity Hospital. The course of training will rxtond over a period of 18 months and will start on 1st August. 1B5*. selected pppllcanU wiU rocei.r a training allowance of 114.00 I per Dtonth. ** Application, should be addte*.-ed to the Matron, Maternity Hospital. Bank Hall. St. Michael, and should be tubmltted not later than the 14th June. 1952 14.5.52—Sn. ^AlcM&**mMjpfr> NEW YOHK SERVICr-. ARRIVED kaatber BblgairBl *f tat POPULAR MIOAS COOKIIt low ol lhaar hav* not t %  MB of neat .lilpment will be Xi not call at your G*. Sbowia. Bay Btreat TO-DAY sat ra on* of then ~ NEW ORLEANS SERVICE. Barbadoi May Mlh %  -i .id I .i (\N.MHV srRVICf MEDICAL OIT1CER GRADE B' Tl BERCLU>8I DIVISION. HEALTH DEPARTMENT. TRLNIDAD AND TOBAGO Applications are invited for appointment lo the vacant post of Medical Officer Grade H Tuberculosis Division. Health Department. Trinidad and Tobago inniini. A salary above the minimum expuvience justifies it. S,2B0x24o—$5,7o0 par tvill bt paid if the ofllcer'! guAllQcallaHUi b*. (s) Medical qualnwauoii i.n^irable ui Groat Britain and ii* Modlcal Board of Trinidad and Toba*ju. b> wAV.-r.li IIELP (b) Moev thau live to) year* 1 hysiclan. wllh exp.-ilencr In l!'tpoaa.-BrBdu*ltexpexHonco ea a treatment of Tuberculosis ond VK-M diSBBBB.. An Aaaltlanl WORKS EMOUl*UI. .pabt* af auparvlglnf a workihop BBd PoundryESiperlene* In Bug** MBCbln*ry rapalf work dealrabk. Appllc I i,.1 li.i.knowloatg* ol *cal* draw.. and axparlanc* In lh* diraciion of abour Cuiii-a o( irernt t**timotMaU mu-t % %  • -ubmitted wllh anplicr — ISS3. for particular* oth*i Managor. T i.d Pt> Itrldgelown %  rbadoa. An A*allanl FOREMAN eapabi. ol .. i-rMiing our Maehln* Shop Dep-riBMfft Applicant mu.t hav. knowladg. in making nbcUh*. and laafllng blur ^Copia* of r*c*nl tartimoni.W rnu.1 b. .kbnilltrd *"lb application by *l*t Mi IH. For parUeular* raUUng to aator> ..million., apply to: Th _nag.I. Thllaibado* FoundlV LiaUUM. O P-x Hi. Whit* Pnrh Road. Brtdg*,wn. Uarbodo*. 14.S SI <* %  Pennanont and pensionablt gJSJjgtB-Waa. Nol guarsnleed. but whertavailable, rent i, payable by the nfflcer ai a ralo of len purceni ilO"*) of hlg salBr>' In the case of m oversees officer who is not provided with quarters, a house allowlattng to'siiaw [ anew wtU be paid oquivalent lo me difference between rental paid by the officer and ten percent (lO^s i .f his monthly salary subject to a maximum of fifty dollars ($50) ptr month for a married officer and iwttily dollars (20) per month lor an unmarried officer rsssages :— apply F.i.i.dr Th.; UmlRoad. -.J In OI tinoiMi "ALCOA PILGRIM "TINDRA" %  TIBTA' %  -ALCOA Bxjornar Ml FROM 1nU..I May Ml. Ug] UK. M.n Mlh i .. rt*M Rarbada' May llth Ma* 3Blh Jlill* Bill Juag llrd for St l^wr*nr* Kiv lleilriral Inslallilions ana Repairs. Our Wiring Dapartm*nl rarrl.* %  complala *toch of Wiring Accaaaoriaa and will tigdarlBk* lh* Vnatallalxxi or r*pir of all kind, nf Wiring Job* m llorr-ei>i Factoria* Dud SS7I or 4710. Laorn lo r*an*mb.r numberPracilcr on OUT* DA COSTA m CO LTD Bectixal D*pt. MIB. tr ROBERT TH0M LTD.— NEW YORK OULF SERVICE Apply;DA COSTA CO.. LTD. CANADIAN SERVICE t appointment for the 'fllcer and j persons in all in tiie case of an Free ftrst class passage on I' his family not exceeding five (I officer recruited oversea*. Subject to review at any time and not as a permanent right of i'i. free passages ort of Spat... Trinidad and Tobago, to reec! tiim not later than June 30*. 1B52 Copies and not originals of bsj Imonialg should be submitted. P \: RENISON, Colonial Secretsu-y. 20.5.52—In K.'*'*'*-*-**-*** IF VOL' REQUIRE— SHIP'S TACKLE. FISIIINIi LINES. HOOKS, PAINTS. OR BI'ILDERS HARI>WARE OF ANY KIND TRY IMIIAI I Ol Allin LTD. SPECIALIST IN HARDWARE %  jaasjeBBdy*)*) ,'****i**oe**S^rxx>**xmt M *t>m*Xm&'st* 1 ****'' J & R BREAD PROVIDES THAT TRIPLE GOODNESS BEST IN NUTRITION because it's Vitamin enriched' VETERINARY OFFICER. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. TRJNtDAD AND TOBAGO Application* are Invited fo> | ppoiiiunent as Veterinary Officer r-i ailment of AKrirulture. Tniiif ,. .HUI GLASS ; for door*. li;il >-"-N B UARDM kiU $...." ........;;*.".'.'*' %  %  %  ''''•'•>• BARBADOS ; ;• AQUATIC CLUB IMI MBI;RS ONLY) C i By courtesy of the Hi Council there will Bhowlnf. of selected 'hort ,. m on o Wednc-iriry I M B.Sn p.m I'lascolour). and niov... ikl I T : .• '' %  MenuV :| V [ >" •; D charge. ;; ^t<-> ^ which haan awhM rlnaad Ihra* dti*d I DA COSTA a CO I.Til tlat-l D*pl iiM ai salary :— >3.600x 120—$3.840x240—ga.0 Qualifications :— A veterinary quahllcaUon n-oiatrable In Great Britain It-Kovernln. Dominion of the iliitUh Corarnonwealth. rrblNBS*— (a) To examine animalii,'i..i.ing lo Government and to advise Heads of Departments as to their < areand treatment. tb) To superintend Government Quarantine Stations (c) To examine livestock ;n riving; In the Colony. To perform such dutu as may be required under Uhe Diseases of Animals Ordinance and the Dogs Ordinance. (e) To give general advuv to Hie public on matters relating to Animal Husbandry and Animal Health. (f> To carry out investigation', into the cause and treatment of' disease*, in the Colony and in Annual Husbandry. tfil To assist generally in :U matten connected with the Gov-| eiiirnent Stock Farma and the livestock industry of the Colony. ihi To examine and treat .mrnals where required. Tnt-elluu :— The officer will be require*! uj keep a molor car. Travelling allowance will i-paid under the Travelling Allowances Regulatioths.. Qnartera :— Not provided. In the case of an overseas officer a house allowance will be paid equivalent to the difference between rental paid bv officer and 10T of his monthly salary subject to a maximum of WO per month for a married officer and $20 per month for an unmarried officer FLAKES Evof* l-ounet patItt co*tf*M I pkoto c.,di. (Ml •**, 40 can*) Free flmt class passage for the officer and his family not exceed. in* five peraxsna In all. to the Colony from the place of recruitment i on appointment and back again to the place of recruitment upon the | itlsfactory termination of his agreement. Leave :— 30 davs per annum cumulative for the three veers. Applications should be submitted to the Colonial Secretary, Trinidad and Tobegr. not later than 16th June. P. M. RENISON, Colonial Secretar>' 20.5.52—In WORLD'S MOST COPIED TRACTOR tilth a rhiiicf ol three I.I:I/III>'.. ~ lining t,n %  /..i .•. I 'iiHttrisinn Oil anil NOW DIESEL fall wonderful machine is now alee available with FULL-TRACKS You'll be truly ainaacd to see this small* looking unit performing jobs, both in the Held and on the road, that are beyond wheel Tractor, of twice its Horsepower. • This Tractor is indeed Ihe (riend of both the small and larje Plantation owners alike and the price is well within your reach. Wm shall B>*> pleased to arrange m dt-mnnslralian at gnur rmmjmmmi IIOIII SIT TIIOM LIMITED TOITRTESY GARAGE niAL I6



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f AGE SIX BARBADOS \nV0CATF •nTsnxv M\V M. Hit CLASSIFIED ADS. PI III M SALES PI IM H \OIHlS DIFD r parmtv J,.,. M I * % %  mm • TTLE^**OHf 250B I (HI SALE AUTOMOTIVE HI \1 ESTATE A IKJIOLAB mi If BUN and pnaclplc t"e DhiUid Bad itn|lr-l roof, ... Infl I I-. IU II %  11 1WO MUI h> feel each nmUtalM M %  WMiBMUl, JB.BBQ I-.I Appl* to A (.AH "Md QMBBdfl rondHKM SBBS WithM ,. fe ^ Ithnall. r iml a Ba lW .. vrtr i BggtAI lOVtBd M blblmKeis-ir h.i paaBtd 1" tnri^ . M > •Binf Ukl "w "*** "* IVt-d Ke. >' rot .0-H.u.. daughter One WON TUCK BMC ""J*"*" t> #—l e FlHtK nanMUon. S* "*?": h !> F*ta>*iP thai at" a%  -' I in good m I LML--I* EUCTEICA L KATTKHMM -M-wan BauwM; .MM m a.-.• n C-MB Co u* 11 la M'MOAUiW Al Gainae* "I" £lfc rbona Wall* ins *> Ilit ee-*IU halaia, iMMt MM afloat fAIIU OMANT ul WiaUT TAXB Ihe > tw PUnlaOun %  UMB M at IMN uodH Ik* pro.rtBhMti ai !• % %  ..have AM againat the aasd f m rraatrt of the AdrtruKoral Qatraasas onl> XI wilh In.ill i Ma rnoam -as Ut< nine wn*i Ihe AfrtcwMuaet AMi Ail In W M' I VOTICF Land al I ItUsAJIY SHAMS Ml THX aA—APtd hillMWu A 1MADU... to LTD at iJ pal ihala froe al lUmp duly fAKKINt.TON A e>AI Y AUCTION rtiKJt WULTBCT CAB INI i wcurani We are %  MrBsaM HI A PON A flAirANY. tivnix nitflNCl TAIUJt U—* feet TABLJCS PLAKT WAS •>• % %  *' Rush bUBtn chain .laniUbd Bueea d onfall M i l l H spring .-•w, alntw B-JBhtasil; SUh NldM p.r.. tvim. t -dBa? HMHfutg WiTttrowe. aB In (%  *. ">i. "idslI HI IHDI'aTKl' i.BJ< I 1 Tt SAL BUUtK ACT INI a ia* aaadHan kaUlaf ->-*ahi It — aaaUMA UD1ATM ria-lail.a M. T\Kt NOTIC* thai a. AUMMl, •* I...bava PlaailBUaa, am about 10 oW-.m HIM W SUM* uadat U.a ravul->na .1 Ika ali i AM NJMMI th* Mild PUniliop. I* raa. r | of In* AiilculLital >-ar %  *: ID I Ml N.. molHrv baa baan bonna.tl un>la> Hi' Airlrulturai A.d. A. I ISM. o* lb* x>\a Ac! In la ap a c t of aura >"•" I'-Ird " nth da> Of Ma, 1SU Tr.H**.. IMW at %  T COX. AA IIOOII .. XOT1CK IS HKKCriV GIVB* inal all B£fi3?£VE.g Bank llaU in In* aailaiv of Saiai %  aal in th laland who d.-d a. IM MM My of Julr IBM ara taquaatad u> an*i H parlH-ulat* -.( K*t> .^Ima •"% |i L y | to ina unOrrmVM-d Haak*H> Chln-n Hollar*:. < i Ma llamra A .fhfBnS HdlMHBF N* II -H" Sltr. i S u" laal. aflor a.Wr daU 1 anall f>ro aula lh aaaauoflna Ml atwnd ina aaiua. a..lltlad iSafrlo HavMiS % %  afdaaMyunochclauniolwSu1 1 aliJn ifean have bad noUca and 1 will n.* I1..1.K lot IM aaaota of any id.Uaatavl B> dlaUIDHilol •>noo< cl**>l or clam. .*. A P oox. Alt.x.i.|1 • 5S—In SHIPPING NOTICES Pyorrhea and Trench Mouth jNTBii rnni %  /I U \>l( I IM IJMITWU iBt A H 1 UNBI J U n. SMB. Win*" Barbadoa -Boul In addil^n Sa %  *naral canio Ihla vaaaal ha* aanfla apara for chiliad and hard ftoaan cargo %  ^s ra! TM a 5-S.is HtllMh OwlaaM, Lard and Wiodwa-.l lalanda For furlnrr p*rinl*ra apt* LTD The \l V TAIIIBMBt will anapl Cargo and P— imgara (-, DaBBBkBM Ailm.Mi.l.l. and S Klrta. SaAllntf nidt) T> % %  SIT I>afnli-ca!' AnllajuB, Ml Navbf and !W Klrla. BaUInd Thunday SMh Inal The M V -CACKIC-; lAhlMC -HI -KCW Cnra>. l-.-e.ia.,lor S' Vincent. Uronada. and Aruba V.ilinl data (u be nouned HWI BCMUOMISi OSSI-" AUniMIATKlN (INf '. TaU. Na at*T Slopped in 24 Hours Mala are raojuaalad 1 ..labt.diieaa wllhoul iMieO ihu Man any Lallan of BV ina Thor-l. arlUa UuMr aald \ W • AW rt'/.W//AV-'-'-'''''''' NOTICE ba reenvad TAKI NOTICX thai I ihe alxna named pUnlaliiX' a •BMM a loan of SI.SM pt.n1>MMi> of Ihe riMi< • Ai I B.iBr. •aid a %  aaelaltr braI ">UM ba Betw % %  % % % %  i II >aara ffki SMSM Ma> Sand for onr nivir ii.ie %  rholanhlp lataMMa al atarhaei. OKU' School ilialtanad cUcuiHiBlli SM Biaaj ,.. eon pa-ta-t. %  %  I %  M % % %  IBM %  MrMMH Depl RCMW SteSCBNEK. IT I >•—J 11 • %  %  •HAM* X— **!**;' ; % %  %  ..--..a, !-.. rM)(R THE SILVER HAMMER i Tu*ad*> nr %  Daawi fearh •"*' •' *"• .. %  .( %  i .i.iBKANIUK. TKUTMAN a CO.. <" lm i n M ft ftft—'.r I ll I VIIOWI NEW Q-JAKTVIU Tie MM Banol Hair Dreawg; Saloon of Shepherd Slrrel. ino-^ejl ia 4S. Tudow H*l ohere old and n— cUanta aliandod ippoliMmant of MyL troatmani H*ur> %  ,u, birth ceAIIWal* InJHOTHV HAHMUW % %  .ii X it't-i 'll MM... SACUCNAY TtBMINALS CANADIAN SERVICE From Munin-ul and llaliiix -SUNU1AI." OUOMI '.BKAlTVAh* i. E i M 'la> XaaaaUd Afrtral %  lalaa. aniplaa*. II.M.Ja. %  %  S .' %  % % %  M Jun4 July UNITED KIN'.DOM SERVICE Fram South Wales. Liverpool and Glaagow |. ia'radllan holdlal ia-, I.IH BMSI %  >rA VII rianlaUai. Ml. Lmtf. TAKt M)TICi: 'hat I V' MM Bl Ihe abo>f ruathlion aan ahnut o "bum a loan of CVM undar the i>rovlan M ,fc above AM agatnil ii>r uid rtnniaiion, Agiicu.t.i'l )#*• IMS ; ;sr' Iho Agli above A ullural Aide Act ,1 Slay. lM %  N n hocr.\At> % %  SUNSIOMT 1 i BJOOIH "•CSW1I1T lit May H Juh. %  July M May 1 J % %  10 Jul> : A,u' M IMTEU KINGDOM ANII CONTINENTAL SERVICE From Antwerp, Kolterdun and London Iiaja and alop II Niw Diatovsry MM Ufh %  ai.nn tM dtao**rr of an Anarlcan n,n. LL-L nahM UMM Iroah t aa ID a aa* rLmllir uapr* yet I ur-i-dtr^nirnn.,. tMUTxd l-.orrhaa l^r lao y-.r. Mv BUM ••" r and bU.d.od ai-l I. ToM foar laaih. whUr aewiiT vnt B .-ti.i.ii l>— i all ll' li nai.T Ihinfa and than Aa.M^'aTTrU Tha anrrnaa i mm three daji and in m. loo.* lerlt. Ban BuKli UBhle/ I co-Id rat Iha nardeti ol loor Guarontscd beton M i_ _ur not rune (lirouK T" ..HerdaaB Laadaa I laarled Arrlral Dale. ii. I'll .'.-.... M.rC.a,.. Amosan for i yorriic4--rrtck Mi %  SJS'. Ill till Mni ai %  i %  • ply X iiiMMSj S> Fa. *• VI tc • \. '• CMlWa* *i I tha CWra of tha Vaary M> %  TMUy. tha Sard day a GOVERNMENT NOTICES Cardidataa jj-iani-c.'i !d muai no 'i HUB w MlSCU-t-ANEOUM X i-OMPOVKD tot table craanv %  -An Ple 1 ba* •ftiaia-a-ava ehair -r-1 coloun ith raund •\jehaa. youn I MBS a. CB LML B*ai . %  . .itiTvioM-rii" On aaa. Thraa B< '' Draxind raMBa. Eiec> ir. each room Oarite Dla< U1M :: 5 APPLICATIONS FROM WOMEN FOR TRALMNG AS MIDWIVES AT THE MATERNITY TRAINING HOSPITAL MMMBBBMSMBI APPLICATIONS -rs invittxi nom women between the ages ot IB S M? i-*u^ SMV Jun7 and 30 for irsinin* ss DUdwlv-a st tM Bsrb-vdos Maternity HospiUlThe course of traininf will -xtend over s period of 18 months 1 ana wih start on 1st August. IMS. ^rlected .-ppllc-nts wul rtce.vr s trslnin* aUowsnce of 114.00 E C BXPSIAN I P^T BaOOtb. Can. at MMBBMI va-try ApphcsUof.* should be addressed t ibe Matron, Matern.ty Hospitai. Bsnk Hall, St. Michael, sntt ihould be iubmttted not later than \m./IScoa. S hm **'* SEW YOltK SCRVK*. AlimVKD '"POPULAR "' BUM OAS COOKSBS A low nf theee have not -at bean boohad. price, of newt iMpmer.i arUl ba higher Why not eaU M your Cai Showroom* Bay StraM TO-DAV ant MCUI one of tbBM COOkaTB. NEW OUeftANI SERVICE. arrive. BarbadoNoncE Ai'i IS Stl Mai' %  _L Michael-* VaMTJ QllaWa COCLaTOE wlU W raco.**. Cork of tha Vaatry u_M 11 I ,££. F .... I BMNM 1 Walormlll lUBVl) arrr^n .-r %  i the 14th June, 1952 14 5.52.—In. MEDICAL mutt* GKADt B TtBCRCl'LOSlS DIVISION. HEALTH DEPAETMEN1 TRINIDAD AND TOBAOO AppLcauons are mviled for appointment to the vacant post of Msdacsl Officer Grade B TubcTculosi> DivlsLon, Health Department. Tnnklad And TcdMJfo aMian ;— 15.140x240—*5."60 per iiwuu. A saUry above the minimum iU ba paid if the officer** eatpartence justifies K. CANADIVN SERVICE •Ol TIBOIAH DUNOAtAJV U %  = toi:a|a aHpkniu. Haler All in<-l-r%  J*T? • .-. :. M NTWHAVSV* Crane Coaa*. 4 bed rooma. TuU, hnU-had, lighting n. Wate-mm —pi.lv Dounle Oa.ae tr ar-.nl -on-i* F..r Stay and bom 0* ,^, ,., Ph.r. %  %  „ .,_,, %  'Bn.vm WATXBS"-ilvar Band*. • ihe monlM of Juna. iuty. >Vl*J''j" I TBINITV COTTAGE fully furnish' three bed.-,,, Manfsbrta with ll uhotta a-id lelrtgaratot. Bllualed y Bl land* > n u-i< .. I, i>alaiid %  leodllH Dally Naapapar no.,n.ing m Barbados by Air only a la ,nii 'Her publication In London Cm -c! a. II OaM. C/o Advocate Co Ltd .1.1 Hepreeanlallve. Tal "'• ( li. CLJ1AB VWOL1A BABY POWTMB h, reduead lo Soap .r W% Vr %  -.IBIS Medical quaUv.auofi i.-t-.;rsble in Great Britain and MB Medicsl Board of TTtnidad and Toba.u. (b) MMarw than As *l ywag-"|osVBTS*dtiBtB BVpariMtOB aa a .hv.ioian. u.::r*tment of Tuberculosis and ALCOA PIIGBIM %  TINOBA" %  TIBTA • ALCOA POD!TEH" .-All* HUM Moalresl May ilh run Harbsdu* May 11th May IBth June BUI June SBrd re (liter IVit. Elrrlriral Installations ana Itepsirs. Out Wiling Department earner a compUrte MOO* Of WlHi.it AIL BMIi nil and will unde'takc Iha IpslallaUon ol rapalr of all Minds ol Wiring Jobo HOBhM m FaclorMa. Dial 1STI or 4110 Laarn to mimMr numberPractice on OuTB. DA COSTA S CO. LTD %  Voctrlral Depl If.SJ) Sn HELP A. BSBBSsSMl -pabla M <-.. .r.ln idstaUlM with application b 1 %  U roc parta>ulan relati'i md other oonditlons. appl) JBIIIBM Tha Barbadoa fo* %  tl. White I Bridgetown. Barbadoa %  TIR lleaeh. I i...i,..,„ i HOIHIN •HIM 'Ml •>< I I' %  One modem Stor. i I al N .M'ilil I LTD Psora Luatn lor all amoalh k-lhPrlc. lar hot LOST & FOUND LOST swrs:pMTAKr. Ticitrr SWrJDPslTAXL TtCKET Herla. BB %  III. Finder ptaaaa raluin lo W^att i |i. ., i..iid HI PhlUp M B U— H An Aftixant rOPXMAN capabia ol ,i pervlsing our MMhln. Shop **££ %  .,ent Applicant must have knowladge in mablng shaMhM and raaaUng hlue | Copies of leeant taatlnsonlala must ba .ubmltted with applscauoti by list Me. Ustt rot partlciiUrs lalatlng to Mlary snd Other condltama. appl* to Th. V..naf r The Bsrbsdoa Fouiwn l -l ,m 1 *^' MM St. While Pa.h Road. aMSataBBBSBMIM W.ISS—n | and Lstnatonable. Not fuaranteed. but wher* -vaUsble. rent Lf payable by tha ofTlcer st a rate of tan parcent 110i j of his salary. In the ease of JJTMBT an o**"** aceT who a "^ P*"' ,Vld *d wltn Quarters, a house allowto Mian! jnca will ba paid equivalent to IDs difference between rental paid by ,d£ : LST' ihe officer and ten percent (10'r I .f his monthly salary subject to a *rs aoad. maximum of fifty dollar. laiOj /r month for a married officer and u> '.M-^iy dollarn (20) per month I*. an unmarried officer. appointment for the officer and persons in all in the case of an ROBERT THOM LTD.— NEW YORK GULF SERVICE Apply;DA COSTA Jk CO.. LTD. CANADIAN SEBVICE vyieys o aoo oee ias onnonr o c i(i BM>ooooo< : re*eyeyeya^a>^' IF YOU REQVIKE— SHIP'S TACKLE, FIKHIM. 1JNFS. lluiiks. PAINTS, OR BI'ILDERS HARDWARE OF ANY KIND THY CENTRAL fOl.NDHV LTD. -. I IM l-l IM HABDWASE I FOR SALE 'rKlOtDAIRE-' Kactrlc S IOIIISS i in. I1.IOK-KEEPEH Wanted for 1 flobeits MBJiufacturta* Co.. Ud. A^B 0 "*, | cooper imale. Biusl have hnowledg.< B* Bo.*.*cep|ng elc Appl> *•'• %  • "" C Manages. 5T > %  % % %  '.„_„ J and not a* a permanent rifht of (tor a minimum loui. not exceed i BJ io the Unltaxl Kingdom for the I l,0l to a maximum of three (3) OUStKIEPKF Manager Fi It i I LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICI I I .!. i I ISO ol .IBS ... rw-|>e.l of a boat .1 RUSMa AI'O |4i mlaauai IS "ae %  I JI wall shop al %  si .ti. da] "A" i Mm IIOlSFKEXI'sUl Baflnad aldert* Lad> .. working l.ousakaM*a lor IS) -Id iiJIas abl* hi control servants Fro.iom und board Dial 44S0 %  0 JSS-ln Free nxst claas passsgc on H his family not eaceeding five (01 rdTicer recruited oversasas. Subject to review at an> Urn ilie i>fhcer, free passage MC the coat of a iormiil sea |BM OfbCwl, his wife and rhiidrer, • laduM frea. Medical AlteMIioo :— Free X-ray and operaUve ata Private consultiiig practice > Methad ef AfaaUeaUeo :— Applicalioias srrould be aubnn ed to the Colonial Secretary. Colonial Secretariat. Port of Spat... Trinidad and Tobago, to react.! him not later than June SOsh, 1952 Copies and not originals of i.Imonlals should be lubmittad. P ,M. RENISON. Colonial Secretary. 20.5.52—In. J & R BREAD PROVIDES THAT TRIPLE GOODNESS i inent f>r the officer III not be permittBd i.lv HBnVANTB—I ganaral aarvanU Appl PERSONAL r pnblir > herebv wi AKEIt' 8lt1B| DRAjhyj m • ••..Id rns^lf .espi el>e .untrBcting any debt or debM I VETERINARY OFFICER. DEPARTMENT OF AORICl'LTURE. TRINIDAD AND TOBAOO Applications are invited foi appointment as Veterinary Officer liepmtment of Agrirultunv Trinii.id and Tobago, en agreement for, I written order Ugne.1 %  OOasSatBaMMBjBgaMsMaeMBFaaaMgj Da. ) M.\,\ tl.tMi | .ii Ne martneed (or drs' piu ur lark* |e 1'I up i"> llces Ssve time, meiiey aiiU sore fingers by lng s IMMV M V "1M IfJlLNHON QBJJB BJ BBJgfl App.iCai ,. -ill be coi •d at a Mcnsing Court lo lie hel I "A Oth day of May. IBM at 11 o(M. a I la II. on. I M of I ,.(1 D GLASS ^ ll" .t~ JOIi^^'-"* •*>> %  * %  tARIIAlrOS AQIAIK (III! ;. ubjecis In •' • •' an-, Swimmlnn, Plas;, If not saved but le-klng Balvation. plssae write for SULK HOOK Which Mskte J "GODS WAY OF ? SALVATION PLAIN" S Roberts, Ooapel Book Tract Sat vice, 30 Cenusl Are !" Bsngor, NX -*-'-***e***.*^a>'e-*,'.-**e*e'e**V**--. (gOMaM It"ONI.Vi By courtesy of thr BrttMt Council there will be showlnt; %  asle t-liTi In th< a pjn pjn The 1 h Ne... tics (In colour), and Srle %  vltcd. No admilon charge^ iiiHiiiinno Beiidix Aulomatir Washing Machines. PI are cntli ,;. MMl Ba B.n t.l mliiulei Itaan WBirie.i rlnaad Ihree t damp drtad So ISKHIT saving. I COST A a CO Dept l5'l SB Salary :— ,3.600x120—$3.840x^411—*:. ll 1 1 iMI iin-.iii.iii-. :— A veterinary quahllcalloii n'msirable in Gre-i liri elf-govemliui Dominion of ttW llritUh ConunonweBlth BEST IN NUTRinON because it's Vitamin enriched' BEST IN TEXTURE evenly soft and fine. &f BEST EN FLAVOUR >nly our special balancedflavour recipe can give it No private practice t-. allowed. (B) To examine animal* belonging to Govemmenl and lo advise Heads of Departments as to their rare and treatment. (b) To superintend Oovei riient Quarantine Stationa (e) To exsvmlne livestock %  ruing In the Colony. (d) To perform such dutu BJ may be required under trie Diwaaes of Animals Ordinance BV| the Dogs Ordinance. (e) To give general adv. lo the public on matters relating to Animal Husbandry and Animal n. ..ith. (f) To carry oul invcMigmmn-. Into the cauae and treatment of 1 diseases in the Colony and in Annual Husbandry. tg) To assist generally In 111 matter* connected with the Oovment Stock Farms and the lu*-,iuck industry of thr Colony, (h) To examine and treat .mimals where required. IT. i Ml ini BBI The ofHcer will be requtre— 30 days per annum cumulative for the three years. Applications should be submitted to the Colonial Secretary. Trinidad and Tobago, not later than 16th June. P. M. RENISON. Colonial Secretary 20.5.52—In uith a choice o/ three engine* - %  u/tina (iasotene. I 'tiporisiitfj Or*/ fggifl VOH MESEL This wonderful machine is now ale* available will. FULL-TRACKS You'll be truly afmaied to see Ibis smnllui.Lin ; unit performing jobs, both In the h.-ld and on the roasL that are beyond wheel Tractors ol twice Ita Horsepower. This Tractor is indeed the friend of both the small ..in. large Plantation owners alike and the price is well within your rrach. IIV shall -w4 pleased to arrange a demonstration at your request f ROBERT THOM LIMITED COURTESY GARAGE DIAL 4116



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PAr.i: roi i: BARBADOS . 1— BXRRMMK VDVIK MI TI I -II W MAY 20. IK1 AftOtifllL T„e>da>. Ma% 20. 1952 COVEBNMENT VEGETABLES IN the Estimates fur 1952-53. the estimated revenue of six district agricultural stations is $22,000. General running expenses are estimated to be $61,300 and contingencies are $5,000. The Government is therefore budgeting for a possible loss of $44,300 in the current year and a probable loss of $39,300. In view of the importance of agriculture to the community and the need for experiments of the kind that are being conducted at the six stations the loss of these substantial sums might be accepted with resignation. But before such acceptance can be counselled closer scrutiny of the purpose for which the stations were provided is advisable. The six district agricultural stations, one in St. James, one in St. Peter, one in St. Andrew, unc in Christ Church, one in St. I'lnlip and one in St. George were started with funds provided by the British taxpayer under CD. and W. scheme D 217. This scheme has expired and the Government of Barbados is continuing the stations which are eventually expected to become self-supporting, Already two at least of the six stations pay for themselves. At most of the stations mixed farming is carried out. The stations vary in size between 10 and 15 acres in extent and different crops are planted. There is always some acreage under cane, some under bananas, others under tomatoes or beans and others are allotted to fodder grass, cotton or kitchen gardens. Livestock are kept at all the stations although some stations specialise in livestock more than others. Behind the variety of experiments lies the central intention of discovering what type of farming and what size of holding is best suited for peasant farmers in Barbados. It is impossible to exaggerate the importance of the work being done at these six stations or of the significance of their role in deciding whether or not improved peasant farming can be economically carried on if irrigation can be provided. In one respect, however, the value of the experiments seems to be undermined fey what can only be regarded as a weakness of the scheme. Any visitor to an agricultural station must be impressed by the high standard uf vegetables grown in the kitchen garden and sometimes in open fields. But at one station at least observation shows that customers have to wait unreasonably long periods before they can obtain small quantities of vegetables at limes when there are no other customers. A fault such as this can easily be remedied, if it is acknowledged U> be a fault. In this connection too it is pertinent to ask whether greater patronage of agricultural stations would not result if the stations were to advertise the vegetables which they can supply and the prices at which they are being sold, Outside the stations, too. a simple signboard could be hung advertising "vegetables sold here" and giving the day's prices. Once the public realised that the products of the agricultural stations were for sale the stations could easily make arrangements based on experience of consumers' demands to have readily available at a small counter quantities of freshly picked vegetable. While it is appreciated that kitchen gardens form only a small part of the activities of agricultural stations they do form a part and the present delays experienced by the relatively small number of people who seem to realise that vegetables can be bought at these stations suggests that that part is inadequately performed. The taxpayers who make good the estimated deficit of between $39,300 and $44,300 this year are entitled to express their opinion and to request that a greater drive to market vegetables grown at agricultural stations be made. Puerto Ricans Find A Word For It The Pueriu Rican* have found (By a Special C orrrsnondrnl 1 a word for It, and in so doing !" have paid Britain a compliment, nl k| <'oniiuan counterparts, have seen' only three (Or Iheir destiny Then-. have been the InH< srsdeslals*. whose spiritual brothers In Jamaica and Trinidad, cry 'complete %  elf-government': those demandinn Statehood, as many BritishWest Indians Mck Dominion status: and the few who were COnlOBl IN thing* were. Neither of these was a happy solution Independence, while pindering In the chauvinistic clnmourings of the emotional and irrational, w. uld have meant economic chaos, probably poverty, for Puerto R:co is still %  country of primary products, with little hope of existing alone and friendless in a buyers' world. Statehood may well hive been the bridge between political and economic Independence. 6ut the burden of federal contributions would have weighed heavily upon the island. She Just could not have It Just M the British West Indus eanaot afford to become integrated into metropolitan. Britain. with its impossible concomitants of taxation lining M she was, was out of thi' c|uistnni The emotionalists would hove ronted from the roof tops—even nor* than they already do. TinSpanish words for 'colonialism', %  imperialism', and 'exploitation' probably sound worse from the impassioned Puerto Rican detr.igogu? than they do from the quack orators in Trinidad's Woodford Square. It. IM IS SnllVr llNIV> l.-.ssi-s HANOI. May 19. FRENCH and Rebel forces suffered "substantial" losses Sunday night in lighting around Hanoi Defence perimeter, a military communique said today. A French and a loyal Vietnamese unit were attacked by strong rebel forces and suffered "substantial" losses in the Dong Trieu region, while elsewhere the Communist enemy was beaten off in sporadic clashes around Hanoi defence outposts. French fighter and bomber planes blasted enemy concentrations in villages in Communist held territory 40 miles to the southeast of here, the communique n|4 Authorities said the threat of increased Communist violence and sabotage to mark today's anniversary of the birthday of Kebel leader Ho Chi Minna failed to materialise.U.P. And Fpeaking of this bi of translation., there Is no h*eral equivalent in Spanish for the English word, 'commonwealth"— a sad commentary in it;-If consequently, the Puerto Means have had to invent a Spanish phrase embodying the concepts of freedom in association with u broader political entity: "e*la4 (stale) Ubre (free) aoorUdo public interest In the proceedings of the convention ran high >' the t„ne l| I f'-w weeks ago t.he final draft *M put to ihr ixipitiiii vote by referendum, none of the voters were In any doubt as to its implications. This constitution must now be approved by the United State*. Congress so that the insular administration can function under then new form of government. Actually, this 11 likely lo oe mere formality, for the only requirements of the U.S. Act of Congress providing for self-government in Puerto Rico under a home-wnttcn constitution were that the constitution provide for a Government republican in form, contain a bill of rights, and be In harmony with the constitution of the United States. These reqummcnU have apparently been met, although the worthy Congres'imen will undoubtedly wish to dot an V here and crow a f there. The constitution is republican In form. It derives its powers enUrely from the people. It provides for legislative, executive and judicial branches, each with clearly denned powers which constitute a system of checks and balance* following closely the system of the United States Federal Government. The executive and legislative branches are popularly elected, the Judges of the courts appointed by the Governor wiUi the advice and consent of the Senate. • But there are some interesting and unusual features about .this Puerto Rlcan constitution. Most unusual Is perhaps the formula for insuring minority representation, in accordance with the popular support of minority candidates, whenever one party or ticket elects more than two-thirds of the members of either house. ThSrS is a bi-cameral legislature a Senate of 27 members and a House of Representatives of M members. But, depending on the particular situation, the number of seats in the House can be increased by as many as 17 to give minority parties representation, and the number of •eats in the Senate by as many as nine for the same purpose. Another protection for minority parties is a provision tor the etccUun of 11 senators and 11 representatives at large. No voter may vote for more than one such senator and one such representative. Thus, It would be dimcult for a single party to conesntfStS it* strength so as to elect an entire slate of legislators at large. The Puerto Rican Bill of Rights, too, goes even further than the United Slates Federal Constitution, Incorporating all that ore to be found there plus a few more found In State constitutions or )ust thought up for the occasion. Further. it recognizes si human rights, but does not guarantee because the Puerto Rican economy cannot yet physically provide for them, such rights as the right of every person to enough food, housing and other essentials. Such frankness is refreshing, and British West Indian politicians who promise the people the moon every election time could well take to heart with what honesty their Caribbean colleagues have faced up to their situation. An interesting guarantee in this Bdl of Rights is the section preventing unreasonable searches and. leisures n,| specifically •.fating that <1 wire-tapping is prohibited. (2) onlj authority may hsMe a warrant for arrest or BMBHre, and (3) evidence obtained in violation of this section shall be inadmissible in the courts. Women will now benefit by the elimination of a numbei legal IKE' COULD LOSE Keen if most Americans ivant him Bv ROBFRT E. SHKRWOOD Dramutisl: Biographer: and clone associate nl American Statesmen THE greatest living historian. Arnold Toynbee. arrived in New York the other day and =,uoi"-pVnu; Pr0Med <" '""UKht that he would like t, existing, as, for instance, from a%c a vo e m this year s presidential election XVIS.'-plSibiu^r.cur X: ?!"" a E 8"'""' h"ve so great a stake in crimination (as %  < already the 'he outcome. His words brought home to all of us Americans the unappetising fact that this year we are voting not as residents of remote communities in New Hampshire or South Dakota in Puerto Rico the right of trial but as reluctant citizens of the world, by jury in djises of felony. This) %  ••>• llaeilirli' THE WORD FOB UNITY The political pot has come to the boiling point six months before the election, for two main reasons. One is that this is the first national election in 24 years in which the incumbent President case) plus discrimination on account of sex, social origin or condition, or political or religious ideas. Tor the first time, too, is Incorporated in fundamental li clause provides that verdicts must be rendered by no less than nine members of a jury of twelve. A number of the sections pertain to economic rights: the right of a worker to choose his occupation freely, to receive work, to Ii equal pay for equal receive a reasonable ••• %  wage, lo be protected against | ••> not himself a runner. 25LEii**f"r!SS EEL The olh "", be summed up in one three compensation as provided by letter word: "Ike." law for work In excess of eight j hours a day but not less than! time and one-half for overtime; letters spell national unity and that is what the right to organize and bargain collectively, the right tn strike, to picket and engage in other legal concerted activities. However, It Is also provided that the Legislative Assembly To many millions of Americans those three Americans crave most fervently. PLASTIC PROPELLING PENCILS LONG LEAD, SCRIPTO PENCILS, BREAK PROOF 18c. each #.## %  im r. 8>JL ADVOCATE STATIONERY I AIM III N\\ \Ki: \i.r\ii\i \n\ Mil EN AM EL WARE and ell KITCHEN and HARDWARE DIFFERENCES ARE SLIGHT General Eisenhower has captured the popuenact laws to deal with emeri 0 r imagination on both sides of the political gencles that imperil public , health or safety or essential pub-, fen to an unprecedented degree. Had he not decided last January to proclaim himself a Republican, he would now be the odds-on favourite for the Democratic nomination—which gives you a pretty fair idea of how slight are the doctrinal differences i the two parties. If the race should be between Ike and any lie services. Believing that %  cry possible safeguard Inust be taken to insure the Independence of the judiciary, all judges are prohibited from contributing directly or indirectly to any political organization or party, from holding any executive office In any political organisation or part and from participating in any one of the seven leading Democratic aspirants, political campaign. Any Judge Is tU .„ ,_ *' A \ _. _ prohibited, also, from being a candidate for any elective public office unless he has resigned his judicial office at least ilx months prior to his nomination for such office. The final resolution of the new constitution is salve for the chauvinists. It Is worth quoting in full. "Thus, we attain the goal of romplete self-government, the lost vestiges of colonialism having disappeared in the principle of compact, tad we enter into an era of new developments in democratic civilization. Nothing can surpass in political dignity the principle of mutual consent and of compacts freely agreed upon. The Bplrlt of the people of Puerto KM* la free for itn-iil undertakings now and in the future. Having full political dignity, the commonwealth of Puerto Rico may develop In other ways by modification* of the Compact through tual consent. The people of Puerto Rico reserve the right to propose and to accept modifications I the terms of its relations with the United States of America, in order that these relations may at all times be the expression of an agreement freely entered into between the people of Puerto Rico and the United States of America." Or may it be that the sting is yet in the tail? Our Headers Say; Bittk Control To The Edifor, The Advocate— SIR.— One would think from %  he correspondence on Birth Control which appeal's in your columns that it was about to be made compulsory in this Island. I think we can safely say thot Birth Control is NOT going to be mude compulMuy. therefore the people who consider It wrong will not practise it. T'lcy sh/HlM not be ro Intolerant and selfish however, in to trv Ti> djgfU it to those who want It Mirth Control Clinics should be established In this island without delay for those poor women whose health is in process of being ruined by owistant child-bearing, bringing unwanted children into a world that has not sufficient food or work for them. !-•( thg auti-llirth Control people have* as many children .is rIn-v hko hut let them not Interfere with others who think ditterentlv. JANE. >umhiY Crfckat Tmirimnunt To the Editor, The ytdrocatr. SIR,—1 noticed not long ago an ran ou n cerosol m the press, the Advocate I think, that arrangements h id been nade by -• number of Cricket Clubs in the various parishes to play a series of tournament games on Sundays, ond I am wondering whether the Clergy and serious Churchgoing ifcople who are concerned abou? preserving the Sabbath for Its prooer and invaluible uses saw the p-.iagi.tph. and what their mind is about the matter. Whatever may be advanced about children playing n ouiet game on Sundays out of church hours—and even that is a risky business—as this very announcement slums—it issjT) difficult to regulate the position once tho i open — however, that n am/ha I an sure that tournaments are bound to interfere verv greatly with the worship and Other i'cneficient uses <*t the Lord's Day. It is not only thr teams of To T*e Editor, The Adi %  is that would be affected. sill, L have been i>ut the crowds of their friend* • How many of them W it and inIncUi* d bind Church > -r Sund is School and study the Christian Ideals and WBV of Life? In wriUntf this I do not admit %  I -ill that 1 a.m a nnrrowminded nld foeev or killiov—1 claim on the contrary tn be a pubikig only si the general well bcinj; Order, and good behaviour and manners in general, are so closely bound up with religious faith and Christian principles and rulithat II Is essential for us oil, and our young people in particular. to be constantly taught and reminded about them, and the Sabbath Is the golden opportunity for the Clergv and Church helper* to perform this vital service. I appeal also for the co-operation of people with social and intellectual Influence. FRANCIS GODSON. May 16. '52 Trtulf I'ninnM* To The Editor, The Adeocflfe. SIR,—I was intrigued by the headlines of your Sunday's paper —From ,i West Indian point of view Koje doesn't come into, or rather, doesn't particularly register in your mind. What appealed to me most was the "Trade Union Students wont more money" at the bottom of the front page. When one seriously considers that these students are coming Trade Union leaders of the West Indies, it makes one shudder for the future. It Is a pity we were not informed by your paper what the present pcisunal allowance Is. a %  we could then be In a better IHiaition to judge the merits of $2.00. The bogey of Trade Unionism in the W.I. it the inability to appreciate the "Rock" on which it is built—i.e Moral Obligation. The leaders started off on the wrong foot — numbers and haven't yet been able to get into proper step. It is very clear that these Students know nothing of the real meaning of Moral Obligation—to be given the opportunity of learning something for nothing and afterwards reaping the reward of that knowledge by earning a salary only paid to specialized men, is worthy of greater thought. JOHN SHANNON. Hay The Lady Bonta cote — seafarer many" years, having worked %  or the Canadian National CossaVBD* and a law inner companies m and out ef Canada. Upon reading and hearing about the withdrawal of the Lady Vota from the West Indies run, I became very interested, though I am not employed with them at gut Hut I muit give a thought, to the many boys in these Islands #ho may be put out of employment, to Join the other scores of seamen on these shores. Their complaints year in and year out about trad* difficulties and their losses do not worry me a bit. The C-N.S. have been squealing for th< past twenty three years or mor* since they took over from the Royal Mail Co., despite the subsidies paid by these islands British Guiana. We must tako Into account the subsidies are taxpayers' money and though a small percentage of our boys make a living they have got to work very hard for it. What I would suggest to thi entire Caribbean area is to buy the ships from* them for what they are worth. We can make them pay. Then the taxpayers' meney will remain In the colonies. Wages anifgengral handling would be mud less, myre employment, more travel facilities for our people, one on the direct run to the U.K.. and one to Canada via the U.S.A. To be candid we hare enough nsonay in Barbados. TrlDidad and B.G Grenada and Jamaica for that matter. Either the respective Governments run them as the Federated Caribbean Line or a Private comprmy on the share basis. We have now our unified currency, our air service, why not our steamship service? This is food for thought, be Independent of anybody's -hlos for the service of our Caribbean peoples. D. C. ALLETTF-. Seafarers Union. PHZPM from Si. John Ihv Baptitt Fair To The Editor. The Advocate — SIR.—The winners of bicycles which were raffled in aid of St. John the Baptist Vkangg LfUDd are Miss June Burnett of Holetown, ticket No. 642. i. r t prtse; Mr. Wilbert Brathwalte of Globs, St. Peter, ticket No. 3983. 2nd Prize. Will the winners please contad Mr. S. A. Walcott. Apes MIL St Jair.es. with their winning tickets. the campaign will be conducted on a reasonably high plane. DON'T WANT BICKERING Foreign policy "would not be an issue of political strife. There would be no bickering or blackguarding over the mutual security programme, the North Atlantic Treaty Organist tion, the United Nations in Korea, the British in Malaya, Suez, of the Sudan, or the French n Indo-China. The vast majority of the American people don't want such bickerings. Whether or not they like the present world situation (and. obviously, they don't like it any more than you do) they know now that the situation exists and they want a President Of stature and strength to cope with it. Eisenhower is deeply committed to the foreign policies started by Roosevelt and expanded by the Truman Administration, and that is the chief reason why his candidacy is vigorously opposed by powerful elements in his own party and why he may fail to gain the nomination, despite the upsurge of popular enthusiasm in his favour. A MATTER OF MYSTERY You may well ask, "If most Republican voters make it clear they want him to be 'heir candidate, how can he be stopped?" The answer lies in the peculiar and complex processes of American party politics. If you ask me to tell you in a few words what these processes are. 1 must confess utter inability to do su. I have been an American citizen since birth 56 years ago. and 1 still don't understand our political conventions, and I don't think anyone else does, either. C. S. PITCHER & Co. WHY NOT CONSERVE VALUABLE FOOD? MIIIMiS DEEP I ll /i: PHICE S425.00 — AVAILABLE FROM STOCK — 0* f Oil t LV <.. I III. Ilec. Ds-pt. &f&f&f&f MMMMMMMMHMMHMMM I MMMM t M TAFT KEEPS ON TRYING The formidable Republican opposition to Eisenhower is led by Senator Robert A. Taft. who has been trying unsuccessfully for 12 years to reach the starting post. This is undoubtedly his last chance. Backing Taft are the Old Brigade of irreconcilables, the perennial haters of Roosevelt and Truman, who opposed all aid for Britain before Pearl Harbour, and all such measures as the Marshall Plan since the war. With them is a solid body of conservative citizens who sincerely believe that the only way to get the Democrats out is to oppose them on every issue, foreign and domestic. Also, in the Taft faction, is General Douglas MacArthur, who might explode all over the American scene if the opportune moment arrives. TWO SOLDIERS, TWO ENEMIES The personal enmity between MacArthur and Eisenhower is one of the most significant under-thc-surface elements in the present situation. This is a long story going back to the Philippine Islands, 15 years ago, when MacArthur had the rank of field-marshal and Eisenhower was his aide, with the rank of major. Neither will admit this enmity publicly; both have admitted it privately in no uncertain terms. If a stalemate develop;, between Eisenhower and Taft in the Republican convention two months hence. MacArthur might make The amount realised bv the the melodramatic appearance which could J3r ; n t*?„",£ ruk"'*" s, p ** ** "> !" • v*-**** • comopnoriuniiv lo (hank (how Arms promise candidate. : n &f ... %  I TASTY *4*** TA8TY BITS Anchovies Sardines Cheese In Tins Cod Jtoes Kippers in Tins ('a IT'S Biscuit* Cocktail onions Ann Pasto Hon. D'oeuvnH MEAT DEPT. Sweet Bread* Calves Liver Kabbits Fillet Sleaks Frozen Haddock ORDER EARLY FROM ^ GODDAftDS For Empire No Pimlr I.IQt'Olt DEPT, Bristol Sherry Sandemon's Sherry Sauiernes Rhine Wins* Scotch Whiskey Rye Whiskey Tulorg Beer BHI Als Guinness Stout Gold Braid Rum i old) Canada Dry Ginger Ale FINE MEATS Hams in tins (1 lb.. 2 lb. 6 lb. 10 1b.) Cold Storage Hams • Ik. f Ox Tongues Luncheon Beef v ,^^^^^^*,^.^^^^^',^*y*^^^^^^^'**'Vvv*-^v ^'*'-'



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r\c.r. EIGHT BATEK rOLO B\RP\nn<: \nvoc.vrr TTESDAT. MAT M. 1S! UUMM, Starfish. Goldfish Beat Convent, Q.C. Ankarah To Meet Sadler SUirllh yesterda> oeat Hal Ursulin,Convent to UM BlM %  ft0 in .it tinAquatii I'lui nan beat Quai Star Water I*li player Jean Chandler sent in < %  ur goals for Starfish, her sislrr Miyll* one and MN Mill (Hulbvrn) OS**, It did not take much the game got going th.it h who would end up winners. They were playing altogether Polo and the leipractised, quirk f iMSf Convent girls played gamely. but could not cope with UstUT energy and swift swimming. As usual. Jen Chandler always o u br wa m players from Qi opposing te.im who tried. 0 mark her off, tn.ni she would Uko .1 pOVNgfnj] thrust .it the Mia. June Hill and Annette vd j nood game. %  for Convent the moat outstanding player w n s eUUMtl Fletcher, their captain good swimmer and could sum u.. the position readily and pats •> advantage, but she got little heli In the Quean's CoUesje-GOldfish m LI \'< WSpapei Dagen:. Nysetter liCadlined "Brazilians Got Win, but impressive" In comments on last night's soccer tame here between Corinthians and the Swedish First Division team l>Jargarden The newspaper, Swt'ii.-n'Urgajag daily, added: "South Americana played excellent! *h'irt passing game, but would no* cdnvincc ua that they are a real •oecar team In individual criticism of the players. Dngens Nyd Venataa Dagblinvt said Bs tts sda rmht Claudlo once again was the outstanding man on the squad; t oiiowd by k*|t instdu Jackson centra, half Goyano, and left lull back. Jiilianu."-C.F. LONDON Two coloured boxers very much In the naws are Roy Ankarah from the Gold Coast and Clifl Anderson from Brltb.ii Both have recently been signed up for eliminator title fights. Ankarah for the World featherweight championship and Anderson for the asnpire hahtweishi title. The Ankarah bout has been arranged by Nottingham promu'.tr Keg King who has obtained the signatures of the Gold Coast fighter and France's Europe. !" champion Ray Famechon for a final eliminator for the world title at the Notts County football ground on June 9th The 3BB of C have recogm -• i the contest and the NBA <1 America has been asked to follow suit. Sadler himself is ready to mart the winner but Is anxious that the light should take place in the United States. Finn! decision retarding the venue miv eventually be settled by a spin of a coin. Cliff Anderson is to meet Tommy McOovrrn the British champion In a final eliminator for the Empire light-weight title. left vacant whan Arthur King took out American etasamshlp papers. The light will take Btoea at Portcawl. near Cardiff. The date will he June I Ith or llth —L E ? B'dos Friendly Football Association Today';. Knock • out ScmiFlnal. Ranger* vWesterner* at Shell. Referee: Mi. O Qiahsssl LAWN TKNNIH Savannah Team Selected The team to represent Savannah etal Club* in Trinidad venue Tranquili' %  Verted and is as followDr ( \launiriK. F. i' Taylor, J. U St. Hill. IV M 1 i X .rme. Miss l> Wood, Mrs, D. lias a Pilgrim HI will be playing the lament against TranqulU ity at the TrastqutUty Courts coin:. Friday 23rd. The Team with the exception of Mrs. R. Ram-1 oft and E. P. T.ivlor will txiMVing on \v. M .. day night at 9.30 p.m. from SeaI ell. Mrs. Bancroft will join tt | earn on Saturday afternoon and K. P. Ta 1 ktrUhj ti.e veek The Toumanv Twenty-live Matches made up of Nine Men's DouMea, Four Men ibaas, Four nd Four Lrfdlts Douhsaa. The Taam to represent TYaiianah w s r loa/i: — M. M Fuchi Nothnagel. (Captain). F. Gun-Munroc. lluntar Archer. Ralph Carter Arth • Skinner, A. de Verteuil, E. Forjon-l c c wad. dell. Ladles Miss Mildred Cambridge. Mrs. O. QaK, M c I %  %  Misses M. & D. Trcstrail, Miss 1). Thonipso". Mis da Verteuil. Ml-* M. Archer. The last clash be t ween thaae wo Clubs was held In Barbados HI IBM when Tranquliity won theTournament Nineteen Matches '< %  Six. If K P. Taylor can obtain the necessary leave to enable him to play in the Men's Single* aa weU ., the Men's Doable*, the Baraeiiian Team should give a good i-count of thernaatres. Police Defeat James St. Scouts The Second Division basketball match which wa> played at Duiinct "A" yesterday even In* between Police and James Street Boas/ Scouts resulted In a victory fOI Police by a margin of 48 points V> 7. Richards, Dodson and In%  i King of Police scored 2'. II and 14 points respectively while M. Bynoe •K'ored the 7 jxdnts for hie team. Thcyll Do Ic Every Time — WHAT'S ON TODAY Court of Original Jurisdiction 10 00 a.m. Mratuig. LegtslsUve Council3 "0 p.m. MecUng. Bouse of Assembly 3.00 pal. MobUe Otasata, Black Bass Bo>V School Pasture, at. PUr V 30 s m. WEATHER REPORT Sunruie: 5 39 a.m. BuriMt; tt 17 pm. Moon: LaHt Quarter, May lighting: 7 00 p.m. ~ .,,!" ni-fS*TT !• luffft , Kina sag tonxM aron l-a- ,lr-:Nd> %  ••*y f H''"""..r. Wo.i.Mtbiiri.,*i H r laa !•• m *. rh in It min-t •*-! •" <"-'r •"1tka e-Oi bsi l*. tsh" < ia %  - %  HML 'ioe M^tiwa aa .omfcMs sr>a 'rrii-iior. (h.-r.. <>bti. otaar troa i,U*cinM hr Piii %  • %  %  Hsaaaaa*. %  l-%rtUiHi-wL Baeaach*. ConMlpsiton aaa at sf a i Satuiiif %  Omt Mytas fraai j rSS'"* '^> -"il" ">• P*M fUTsnt'ae'Myla~ !" 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PAGE TWO BAHRMHis MIMII Ml II I SDAY. MAY 20, IJ52 QcUiib Callinq H E V < CAM Managing 11 tares ill uned from Si Vincent by 6VO. Ai terday after paying a l .. to that colony. tducutior. Adviser M R. J. L MOM. O.B-1 to the I'ompirol t Welfare, rath Antigua b3 H W.I A .i i.ftcr pji'inc a ffsH lo the colony. e was accompanied by Mrs. On Holiday \ MOVING fran Trfak terda\ I: \V ] A were Mrs. E. Prodgcrs and %  fnr a hnlidav and nrp staving at Resident Tutor AR. STANLEY SHAM'. U"M %  %  **• den* Tutor in the l*4wun Islands fa Collegi f ths Wei i:... left fa tb United Kingdom on tang l< v<1>\ 'hi i>. Oruai He wn ttOFornpenied by hi 14 wWIA Trinidad waa Smith rho st. Brigade and Mile aon. Mr Sharp and fumily arriveog. over the week ••mi by B.v/j KM St. John s Amb"larce from Antigua and wonguests of Mr and Mrs. A. !)<>uj i %  v the tie Crane for the IK 00 i day was Mr. it Taylor, articled Clerk to Mil—n CottI< i at Co.. S %  %  For Helsinki I i R. TREVOR GALE, AdvcrtU. D MR A HILARY KOrTT Married Lait Saturday A I B •STEPHEN'S I bai Returned Yesterday AMUWG tbe passengers return-iA Ing yesterday h %  %  Simon. Mr. Cameron Hewitt of Arthur; Mr. Win. bfcl %  Shipping and hi* daughter Mn NM.'!. bui Ing for school teachers and club members which wnl I*, f ,< %  ,. :u year's duration will begin on Tuesday, 27th May. Aftci 26 Years M R. MRS. J. J. CASTO of nved by the French s.=. De Graise yesterday aftarao m for a holiday They expect to DS MN •bout two weeks slaying at ttt t ran* Hotel, Mr. L'aito who is in the R?al %  Vl-it to Lie island since 1928. HI In 1M7. To Join Her Husband URTOM i %  England on which l-ft her %  i d who M IIS I AH1.1SI.E BUD %  paassngar for E< Monday Cm -..•u:.i.„ „n ,. um ;,; o,:.;.":s."„,.'.i ,V'i'.;i:,'. J -'-•'Dorothy Corbln, eldest daughter \,i of Mi M W. Corbln of ri 6 n. v DavisBrighton, Blaeh Rock, was narfor a short ried to Mr. Hilary Koett only son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Roett of St. John Ansbulanos Bfihave sent Mrs Tb the s. hen ]>! ;r B| n f ;; \jv."4i(-'ribbeun for a period ol two di aj of tow with finger Up veil left yasterdaj eventa *** '?_ P lacr by orange blossoms De Grasse for England. He will %  %  I b, iwu %  %  monthA "v '" the counto Queen Anne's lace and F Mr (.ale who now combines a district* of Trinidad, Orei only bridesmaid was Mist much needed vacation with bu '""> %  r •*• wn c • dress oi %¡ ess on behalf f bis firm, will ith the object of Increasing memplus set fieta at importunity to visit the bersblp In the St. John Anoulancs nor bounuct was < %  pink roses. Continent Unmade The ceremony was fully choral Ho will cover the Olympic "" wm conducted by Ihe Ri Games at Helsinki for' He lOUCU with people who would be I 1 C. I'llvetl The duties of best. Ad vacate ..-.'I m 1" "*"*U to o^.mise these cla— r-.i |1>( .l |.> Ml England will be joined by Mrs. Talk Tonight <; %  '!' % %  Ii AMI** MARGARET HART who \ His many friends UJcludn^ 1V1 s ai presenl .n lbs YW< A. A IOCSDUOP wag held U l TurCarib. whom he once Impersonalv ,\\ B v ,. talk of bar organisation wr Hall Ptto UM horns of lb ed. will Join In wishing Imn i n SCTVlcs M B 04 I Ld**g sun! and lbs bont boy vsyage and a safe return. o'clock to-night. 1V ,H u (1< nl lit „ alh( SI John Geologist Leaves A FTER paying a short visit to Barbados, Mr John Mason. "..Hi in i nlon Oil c-.riip.iny in California, litt for Venezuela by LA.V. on b n i i i urnlng* to the USA. Hher %  sving on *i ... \h Brrol Staafa Of Bonnie si Las rones Gap sinwas accompanied by bar motbai Stl and hei little Mary Ann. ssta v.h a % %  gona ovtr for a ler hn-hai tot or BtaabVs n* I-• %  Burloti is Assistant iJbr.i i. Public I. Spent Two Weeks A FTER spendini; two we k> in Ilarbados staying at the hride who wonivrn in Marin ' Hotel, Mr and Mrs. J. L erdoy evening Qrasst. M %  setor of Messr Caleb and Joshur li ntbs and Co Ltd Manuiacturtrs of Newport. Listening Ifours The Magician Made an Offer — He'd Change Everyone Into Something Else— By MAX TKLl.L I J f J?2 -MY friend Merlin the Magician la here." Mr. Punch said with a amile as Knarf and Haniil entered the playroom. "If there's anything yuu'il like to be changed into for in hour or so. I'm sure hell be ha(>i>y to i "Eartly!" said a cackling voice top of the bookcase. Knarf and Harm! looked up and %  aw Merita Ihe Magician sitting en top of the bookcase with his feet 0 rt SB lbs Ihctionary and his elbows retting back on the Geography. "I'll change you Into anything you like, from a dragon to a gnat." he added, cackled again. Knarf and Hamd couldn't make M ._ up their minds shat they Mt hkc %  *• "•J'^g'**' Rupert and the T on Scent—27 -ittinr in .'hanged Into. "A dragon's quite nice," Mr. I ^ — S1bavaBg35g£ i .... ...„ ihsl to M-v Bann who wlfc SaniTcfia. riagtre.. a*k h.. %  Mrsfcato a. awwwtf Th*., ,h. B-p'i n> •• •*. My %  ad R """ %  *' "'• ub „ lc • %  rss*D aah rest Dwidy to 6a mm ... you msy "Look. irwr-| oiw ovti ihcre borr back and scratch. You elimli — • ,L. i, I tree* *hen a dog come* along. Voti „ 7 .... w J, ,r' hur,lln •' n iBhl in ,he *" rl "" B ^aid: "1 ve changed lots of ( or m j ce y ou drink milk out of a folk, into dragon.. Most of them ,, U(€r> Andi Blr anget of all. yon didn't like It.' alwaystart washing your fact %  .-ked Knarf. with your hand." "They always came back with sortop hummins.'' "A lion?" "Oh, no. Whenev,great deal of fun paddling across [ tbsil li.ads down for worms and things in the mud." ^ ^^ -^ fr j fh tened. %  said: "Lou of my fr and. gj (i %  gj^ cilher .. got thsnualvsa changod into ducks. '.,-m were pleased." Hanid asked why Merlin's friends w n i Bssjassd to get Ihenisel into ducks. rame back and couldn't LOWEST FARES* now in effect —for 60-day trips Fly fQt to BRITAIN KM CANADA — aid lake ao'vosfofla cf tO-DAY tXCURSW FA MS TO CANADA combined i In new low JOVRIST fAKtS, CANADA TO BSITAIH now fly, TREVOR OALE (left) chat* with Mr. Qllmour Roachcford, Hon. Secretary of the Amateur Athletic AN-fwlntioti of Barbados. Mr. Gale la covering the OlympKs at Helsinki later thla year for Uie Advocate. From Venezuela js/fliS. OLOA OAJtAVINI and AVL her son Badlo wars tbo only pajaengers srbo an I. A.V, from Mai• which they aie intndi Hotel Royal For U.K. Holiday M il. J. N. WAIX'OTT who reUrad a. Canvasser of the UMl.A M lbs end of last month and Mrs. Waktitt of "D ll RockJay. are now on tbair H 10 England to spend about live U holiday. They left yes%  ncilnf. by he BJ. De Gnsssw, LOTUS PERFUMED COLOGNE Perl n the ages have %  %  • i mine delightful. easy form of physical ref and plei in use by women the W01 Id m resent day, wban jMffunu^i olognes an UWd to stimulate and tavjgjorals the • bathing. Hli.'iK eoutentrated Colognes, delicately perfu.ned with haunting fragrances are splashed . %  mid pring a day-long aura of freshness which can 1K> attained in no othet r Iightful Qf tbsss M.i>-tiine" frag%  i .: Cologne don. whfd fashionable wn-nen 11 %  ta two od-a-half ounce bathroom %  i •• : rfu aad Cologna has %  %  n< wcr which ha of lov Mta ssi and mystan down I EUbjSCl "I ;iliftil lent poorns Reft nade to lbs Lotus flower In rlorm i i Myssey and In ear) %  ., : ..i :r-. In the templi sculpture of Anpt, India gild (lima t ai scant, Lotus I not*, faintW i %  Inch makes rtkulariy apt. %  %  fast i unod with it. the hair and the buth. t's. '. h iii da) .irni if%  11 %  voice, the turn of your head . The one which give* almost as much pleaii:i fOUl I U SBlf, U make 0 i -i i • %  %  '\imity ipleasant. and wb" never the subUa. hauniini; (ta I avoksi memories of It Is used for all occasions when a heavy perfume Would %  %  %  'ragrances can be ov for trave'. %  jaded, for sport | %  %  OUTS when gbt hint ..I pt %  ocrasiuns %  it night nhSII you fed B luke-warm bath fol.i light Cotagn and Juat a spray of peif vour pillow %  pleasant dn \\\ THE WAY By Beachcomber D R STUAItlSMfS (Whom re) of utredht %  %  agent at work in the i electricity dormant and ill iTo make etertrictty %  when it ,Inactive ) %  .. %  ment which Is hound 1" inaerital especially on the de'crminati sn < %  atosak ayi |gj t by in Ing t"^ Itlvs rays on t.'ic paTsrboui system The whoi.f.eld Of I i I placement <• currant can bo eontsiuicd srhl e tbe otoctromltlve an Will i %  ititnua, and Rie-enhelmi, Law will 1M* BUMrI •ti.nm dniimii-s I Will 1 Ing Si tin inoinent. 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II I SDAV, HAV 2i). 19;; TWELFTH NIGHT or WHAT YOU WILL UAKHADOS ADVOCATE P.V.F FIVE TWIItTIl \H.III By Ull IIWI SHAkHSPKKRH POCKET THEATRE CASTE .. jumurv Tut Or-lno. Dull* o( IU>iU S. baatiaii. OiMih.t io VUII* n. frWful I* VMM* irtvnd U CanlMmcn alianidin on Uir Duk* Vale-nUn*. fc.r Try Belch, untie lo Olivia !>ir Andrew Asufchnk S^alvollo. Steward Io Olivia rVblai.. Servant* 1 Olivia rcne. a ilown %  .. \aola Hurl*. Olivia* woman uorruf mnrn KnniAHO LafAVU vMt HOOHL niRD ruvtt JAMIfi tifto*t-.M .:; i MILKS .-KI.MI S rl^SK I IH.t.YMc ilti (ITHU (1IIJ 11)1113 VllJS KINA >4IOfkL..N PAUUNI [XJWCINO ILCANOM lU^rTTM*KlC*f: Seen*: A city In Hljri* and the direct from "Tha Globe" to Wafccee* roast near II. field. He acted Sir Andrews part Hlyria is B country with a sea as I Imagine Shakespeare uoula coast and a city. The country .J have wished it. for he was admirlarge enough to travel lor thiec able as Sir Toby's bull. hours from the coast before \U Marin boundaries are reached, accordMaria looked and was enchant%  %  sea captain, what ing; it was the least that Sir Tohv form of travel whether by coach, could do to marry her. And, if horaeb .ck or fool is not known, there is any fault to be found with so that w e cannot roughly t:x -Maria it is that she is not common its boundaries. The country is enough. Although the maid of a ruled by a bachelor Duke: it* Countess she is not the Countess' aristocracy include. Lords, at social equal, but rather of the scrvleast one Countesa, and. two in wench type. For, the days are Knights who app*ar to have no1 vel when the maids of strayed thither from Elizabethian „ f "" tca ? es are "' ^ ual * mon Rvgional Aviation Training Gentrr I KEAL. May 18. A suivey of the need for trained personnel t,> provi.tr ground service* in the nations of '•oan urea has been csr%  %  lion tarn* irt ol Uft %  %  is a sin 1 ; T puoti %  In utiii.'inn Mln their i Enidand. There is comprised largely of Officers— a priesthood. and, of course, musicians. In this country of romantic geography heart troubles arc popular. Hlyria, therefore, hamurn in common with Runlania, %  rmv— of,en of "uPfTior birth to their - p -^_ mistresses. Frank Collymore has that rare ability of appearin* different in new roles, which is the hall mark of a good actor. This is no magical quality but is achieved by a careful study and interpretation of the port. He played the difficult part of A SCENE from the play "Twelfth Night", which is being produced by /-fOromllh and FhUip II. BAM MJ.IIK EDVCATIO\ \OTB8t UNNECESSARY BURDEN THE ADDITION of Lsattl 3\ nllh and Matin a inure recent y discovered land. Malvollo with restraint and avoidwhere the reigning house Is proed the pitfall of overacting In the sided over by a be-utiful young cross-gartered scene with Olivia. princess. In Rumania there an.'<"•' Mills is a Shakespearean blacker villians than in lllym. clown par excellence. His inflexbut this needs must be for Runlons ' voice brought out all the tama is altogether a more glamorhumour "1 his lines—even that lb* 1*8*1 \x wound .' view HI the ii i ORM 1.600 UStSWM i.ilJi 100 ( LblM •rtO •VfJitH lenl %  nd prl i wboM b numtntadi %  •fill he needed for expansion of existing si i • tOasta that the CSflltn litstarted on a i .%  %  %  %  n It points out that there hdeqi %  tot] training centre In ann <>f lha %  bicii eould i asj t.i JnasM UMsM needs In its in iiuiiitiirs whose %  a centre %  i Cotta Rica. I a b m il i II % % %  lum Ken •tfua, I'unama, El Salvai '. \ ikint. and the rrunends that the oanpoJnMd • ,. ,.(,,, NUblished. \loc;Utl : : Io the curriculum of the Elementary Schools In Barbados • aboiird proCCOdlUg, II docs not take one of Her .... %  [iispoctors to see that the addition was unnecesed at wry, UMIOM and on Inoull to too Secondary Schools of thl island. Further It was a fundamental error In that it tended './,... only the to unbalance the scale of values. Cacti in — It was ui • Ctly and In "thcr w.iys fill at the time. I ous state. Hunting the -Hearf vvl "ich is now archaic. FurtherhC4 j btffii conclusively proved that junior administrative posts, makeffect which mlf*it n-.uK from Is in both state,the main ecum ?,Cf. h e ang delightfully. Ihe num bcr of children who during out pay snecu, checking stores, any derision taken by ban pution and sport of those who oh.u\f u!L5ff -? u' Wr .' leS Ing the last ten >-es had acquired writing reports, etc. v ., figure in the local Ihbrcti. And. ?J £ g**, l,1 M >' r n '"his intera „ ,: point neds no (further BwSMll eatinx ProducUon Note. ". can r7d (o m t t impo; ilble rtloo. And what .> %  at least put women in tne fen..... kUary point is that Hal *mr .1 childr. roles; which is more than Shakeln;il jducati'^i. %  paachiara JB thil Pasnsjacannot write proper letters "ok.w. Are these iis Hind , ,., wno know neither sppllcatio AtH WV-! Afn,.. I. •^rt^SKr?L!i y 5Er ll-JL me ^^Sfn^tl^fSS aflkaant of bii kind In this Island if we find the inhabitants Hlyria a trifle tedious we ar minded by the Production Note speare that Hlyria was inhabited before Barbados mid been heard of, and Wo must gain what consolation we can from this fact. Artificial Play "Twelfth Nigl.t" is one of Shak>spe..rc's most artificial plays. He h< put Into the mouth day ""presenr*somewha"t" slmll pf his character Fabian the difficulties to the singing part untry where the language. it. anil general aviation conditions and proolfflU .ne as similar as possible to those • >f the countries of the region. Secty. of State For The Colonies To Visit W. Africa Tha Basfatai ol st •. Colondaa, tka Rl H< n Ollvar LytD.SO, af.C, atJP the negative. The OUvla. Viola and Mi written for youth, for there "U/.'JyEiJH s ,a tM P care s d fl >; u^BpUttaassTand whoaa aoaluai seek out tutors convention was accepted d|(1 ££ .,„,„„ lj]0tll ,„ m;ik( ,i l0 nh Hl ,f the ohildn fulh-.t last of ttM elasfieal tisdnlnf. embarrassing situation for of thei ^ !" ; r,„. „.,„„* %  '" >U labour this point but be< fleZ ificlSli and pSSfne I^dlnsVdJd UVd thaJbtha Socondarj Schools bee \M ^^J^ F t ^ b Z. T S^S^iii Ue %  hottld not muumderrtand It I ^ m implied aceusatlor Temark. "If this upon a stage now. I coulo conby nutrar oemn it as an improbab tlon." This was said of Mainot convince us. the fault Is not volio's conduct, und it might be wholly theirs. Both had an enapplied to the play. Indrcd. in Raging elegance which was untitling the plov "Twelfth Night common in their male forebears or What you Will" Shakespeare ln the** parts. Nina Mtchelin a< pf the names it has been ca.lod c med Q addtess fhc BudK n cc tells me that some the UvrUv nu In-, ruler 1 "ihilt '"Kress here 'o point n the addition employment II unnr OaS Isasaji of Old this LnauH without a protest or fled; but for tha potentially discontented. pnuUda when tlu-v ktu-u the record and In fairness to myuan H, mmtnm IUS-SM W %  " "ptba hSSWd i" am.rn,.thai ths material Usmad OUt from self let me add th t |1 thg Urn* nre not for the eyes of readeri tead of ollvla in ncr i ovc Bcenes. 'n*l ' c thc argumi-nl thai f the hlemenlury BChOQU was unt the decision was taken In n<\* of The Advocate. this was ap p ar cntlv. a "family do ,l l wi,nt P r children to bo of tho required sUndaid. Knmath,, \ 0 the curriculum lherSo artificial a play requires .in falling''for SebasUan was Inclined t*>UR'" l ,,T1 %  • t,ul the real %  hav proved this wai n^ C (rtalnty that w r Vatfld extremely .killed cast to lnfU3 lo do Ihe same. l !" IB I hut I wan, lo sue Uicm M-lcmci.t. g^ lcc hnlcal and va life Into its plot, further. It must Small Auditorium taught and taught Mfup-r'y too. Analysis be caste able to speak Shake. „ "\TT !" n „ th hose things which will help them Now | et u examine tfie fundaif &. ,„ p l|d i tats SJ^JTB s*L a i:\ri OvmSD Owing to ths Interest shown hy the public In Ivan Payne's EshllKUon of oil psinUngs at lh Mnemn. the eihlbltlon will not end today (Tuesday! but will he eitended until Waaasassts JHth May head and manus the productioi enough, and other scenes dragged. Nina Michchn and Pauline Dowding are both Inclined lo ecaot a r ntan ces in the wrong place so that the onward emotional swetp of Shakespeare'.-Unas was halted and the dramatic sffect lest. A Poor Part Itisley Tucker looked magnificent and Imposing as Duke Orsino. as a melancholy lover he was less convincing. Shakespeare was very unkind to Sebastian for hi. 1 is a poor part. Alfred Pragncll. however, did his best, nnd hi* succeeded In making Sebastian live In the duel scene. It is to be hoped that we rhnll sec Mr. Pragncll again in future productions Geoffrey Hunte as the Sea Captain has i bark which Is worse than hw' bite. Richard Le Fanu was both I nmiclng Sea Captain and Elizabeth Ian. He "poke his lines with fc.Iiiik'. distinction and a clarity not found elsewhere m the caste. If enly thc lovers h 'I appreciated Shakespeare's English as did Mr. Le Fanu. the production would have been outStanding. • The psrtl of Sir Tobv R1rh Sir Andrew A"uerheek. Maria, Maifast Instead of the character concerned. Fabian, played by Othn Gill, was adequate, and. the Gcntlemc attending the Duke—even if on was a lady—performed thei small parts with dignity. The play wss besiiUfully costumed, and great credit is due to Bandra Orossmith for the lavl-h and delightful clothes worn by ths Inhabitants of Hlyria. It was a treat to the "> % %  A good start w made by using s Theatre Pago with a placard to denota Uir nest scone's locaUon, unfortunately, this wsa soon dlscontinned. Tho reason wss that scenes In the toxt labelled "Street adjoining Olivia' Honse" or "Uoom In Oltvlai Hooss" took place In ths Garden. This did not nutter, for Bhakepeare'a players placed a placard on a cart saying ,Thi is Troy" and It was. It would bass been prefers bis not to have begun with placards than to abandon thoir use half way. Doubtless Shakespeare "would have envied our lighting systern" as Philip Hewitt Myrlng says. but. need the audience be Minded with It. One longed for a little "shads" during the performance. Thc theory h.ll locally U Shakespeare is too dtrVu!* amateurs has been smash) tng of languages —.. iBkt .i • leave it to parents l especially Latll ,public to saj now whcthei The children in tin other subjects should havi added i" thc cuntealun "t tht labourers, art -. fsiihottt da g Uamsntarji Bob ofti ad* servants, such ag policemen, vloleneo l. nil ha null warn nyt being to under... that he did not taught erilcientlv. stand, speak Bth a I sin IhtSS quastton li J. E. B. volio and Fe*' nlayed bv Jnme* to be hoped that further ShakcGrossmith. Miles Skewes-Cnx. spearcan productions will follow Eleanor Hewlt'-Mvrln*. Frank on an even larger scale. Great Cnllvmore ,nnd Idrl Mills respeccTedit is due to all concernr.l f >r Uvely. could scarcely have be— n a really worth while evening'* Sp> bettered. 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St. Thomas Vestry Reject Maude Bill Propose Changes In Vestries Act 11us r rii %  /.i Memorandum Will Be Sent To Select Co'ttee THE ST. THOMAS VESTRY yesterday adopted a majority Report ol a Committee rejecting the Local CJoverrunent Bill, and recommending certain unandn the Vestries Act. A memorandum will be sent from the Vestry to the Select Committee ol the House which ii studying the Bill. A four-man Committee of the Vestry had been %  PpOin ed to examine the Bill, and after meeting mi two occasions, submitted a majority Report signed by three mem: %  the committee and another signed by the other member. Signatories to the majority Report were Mr. K Sumliford, Mr. S. A. Walcott and Mr. W. T. Oooding, Mr. C. Collins, the other member of the committee, who the minority Report which was rejected, favours the Local Government Bill but expressed disagreement with certain .Vrt'ldt'llt V ii'lili: III The Vestry's Memorandu Fa mum For Flnhmd Fund July It tut appreacaiag. b.it thi Fund to defray the ex penaeof ace n i.uiti lo tae Obyatjuc OajBM In Rsbinkl in Jnrj hinot even reached the lialf way mark Don., i i ted at tfcf Royal Bank of Canada, Barclay Bank, and the office oi the Advocate. ooai %  m Ami rnv. Ark si B Proctor A 00 Toul SU I M Currington Village (.iris* Firsl In Junior Division \l Empire Y> eek Exhibition! was swarded > .-k Exhibition fri the J i ihe prohe f 'llowing theme: "You ,i infather has been i well mid has ml holding shnwinj^ ci •} •. ilst to nuki your holding". flgun ihc Select Committee of the House will be to Uu effect that the VMl try are in favour of retaining the vestry System with ,t mend menu to the VetUies Act The general comment expressed in the majority report arTThat „ K y %  %  *" <>• %  Charle. the Vestry are of the opinion that £S£I y ..uo we.e no advantage would hagained by, lnvolvcd ' - accident with tha replacing Te Vestrys&inT b? m ,,l V"" "-_ >'-^' Hoad. Two Children Die After Accident St. James, on Sunday, died at the the General Hospital jsatsrdsj between S and 7 p.m. The boy*' eight-year-... Rita Rogers who %  "^ involved in '.he .II uleiit ii_ critical condition at the hospital The car is owned by Herbert Husbands of Lower Wet>tbur> Road, and at the time of I dent was driven by Harold Hadthe proposed form of Local Government, because the proposed change, in their opinion, would work less efficiently and th coat of adminiitration would %  raster. Central Control • The Majority Report states mat 'on examining the Rill closely. It is obvious that the reason for replacing the Vestrysystem by.dock of Westbury Road. the proposed form of Local Government Is to place more control over local affairs in Ihc hands of the Governor and the Governorin-Executive Committee. They are in favour of retaining the Vestries with amendments to the Vestries Act. and go on to state that 'with amendments to the Vestries Act. and working In eon) unction with the proposed Public Health Act. the present system would be much more efficient than dividing the Island into large areas administered by various Committees, appointed by Council*, who would b controlled to a very large extent by the Central Government. Although the Councils would be elected bodies, they would be elected by a majority who neither contribute anything towards the revenue of the district, by way of taxation, or bear any responsibility in respect to the expenditure of the revenue Dealing with the Bill in detail, the signatories to the Ma|orlty Report state that they ar e not In favour of dividing the Island Into S areas for the reasons stated in the genen i comments: and ob-i servatlons. and recommend that the parorhial boundaries remain as thev are. They are however Jn fav< ur of a municipality of th City af Bridgetown, but not the proposed boundaries. Parochial Tax Th< > express the view that "snytasS having the right to elert a member of the Vestry should pay some parochial bx, !" and the Vestry Act iwil-S sec. 14 "be amended so that tho < notification for an elector be u iii itish Subject of full age, not subject to any legal tecapaeity to fof or lrade tax ^^ not vote, and yym 8 parochial taxes rx(W(| $ noo ,,. ."' h V£" r 1 '" h tor wh i^ hc wouIt l.ihBi tax. and recomrnei be entitled to vote. Thev suggest .„. Vestries Ad 1011 3 Sec ">3 further that the Vestries Act bej ( a ^/^ ^0,,^ b) u bstitut.imended "so that the present; mg £ in f„ r £3 qualifications be reduced by hair" [ y^ 8lotc nat „ apP e U rs .0 and olwtrve "that as advocated ^ lhe Councils WO. J}K ot ,"*£ Loc 1 Power to extract taxes from the """" rate payers for whatever purpOiticul Condiliou %  %  ml Ba pltal show (ha) riie i-uiidilion ( Id James Scar I. pcUeaman who was taken lo Hi General Hospital and detainI %  Black ii<>ck. Bt Dtoi ear %  * Buiraay nigh* %  At tliv Searles was going In th< of St. Jams*. The car. 1 Id not stop and %  1 vestigatlons showed that U bcr of Mie car WM X I :' bj Charles Ward vt Dayrelti Roar, hutch and driven by Enwin Clarke of Codrington Hill. S. Michael. SMOMI l'ltl/1. %  Secon-! P cmi. rl backgrom. 1 Id not 1 < %  plot in thi 1 the Third lr.. 1 1 projtcl was als-. wv| %  %  'project. 1.and Queans Coll Ughiing aystom wi 1. h risowad up the project tt was a exaetly pecularity about is that tiny presn*tii l 1 the numb 1 .4 Fasten 1 lor th.ir I |ol hli I Prise l Alex* Ive Tina %  n Pngea went to Comben< re colouriDJ I I %  ,-.. ttenUon of at* iaL iafaW P"' | fUfmr'**" ,''" U _^L* %  SM ^SBBBBsl 1saW a UN ***** • HBH fci^ in ;faSS>" 9? 1 BSBBV^V^ BSBllsf' V^SaslBBasi %  Ssai fc ^? %  ma a s %  % %  I I ' M last year ktorio don In the senior iM tha tam of an %  will 1 Thursday On md s lurda* tt will be < hook .md the general 1 C. at. I 1 i %  %  rlH T Mlchelln Police v* ill giv Week BshlMtlon. Smithers Joins The Col. Office Third Strike In Six Months May is ...-.,. ..... %  k.'i-s I In .last An PORT-or-SPAIN M %  pointmami ,.-. p .. ina ne s*mi MI Affair* was anpotiaead lo-das wtll 1 v lo resign from the ehali of ih' v.i 1 1 d 1 us of the cwiaai wallin Pan %  SattSMffa said "nty new thin will make it impoasibl, I i. .!'' %  I %  (. Mini %  tea will iw aUttad bj 1 UV" DMRBll '' "" %  W.-.l I mil. but had t' nil sscsi hla trip bi oauae "' '•*• sanai •lection i>eins ocaiasftsred Hi %  PYloi '' %  %  %  %  locations on the We Indies to be -1 now and mid-.ltilv Tin the main tvlih m %  %  dtbdraw iteaa bill I 1 up (., otbsi %  -. %  1 ihe eeeatnlttae and trill 1 raised in I lha nasi tutun IMaulalioiiM Chancery Suit Adjourned THI CH \M 1 cv SI 1 in wiuci. lha fa usmsnl "( Coltoton, in i I 110 %  v Four Hills BM In dls^uU was heard JusUos Bii Ail. in CoUymore yesb .1 inKtoa, u plslnufl ol ths liirl, who was not well n present at the OoUsi yrnterday. t.iiiona were for IA UU lew who had featured in the buying <>f the estate*, gave evideiu' lf S in. ira iiemg heard H ii. Can laffton 1 U. flealea in reapaat a> Colletoii 1 1 rant, Jam** Council venue IV C laUaUMI ta Uateailea >nd II M (. said th.it prio 1941, he was in communication nd Mounr v >nh Percy Seales Best verso. ,jna, ralaUvi DUSa m Barbados. On October W.i Hisiructin. na 1 t hi Me-.1 ( irrington saalj (with John ft 1 roi (he Plalntlfl mnld Carriii(nM hem drove to his offl I %  COMKEr.MF.KE SCHOOLS' project of "A Modal Va DiviHion at the Emplra Week CxhlblUoa for Schools at Sea well" brougbt Sacoud Pine in the Jit in Section Government BiU, Local Oovemment Officers wUl lose the protection they now enjoy under the Security of Tenure Act. and will therefore be at the mercy of tha whims and fancies of the council." Such treatment they consider unfair and unjust, and point out that "It compares very unfavi >bly with the present condit under the Vertry system. Dealing with Part VI of the Ixx-al Government Bill, the majority of the Committee of the Vestry stabs, "we consider that the rate fchould be a uniform amount per dollar on the rental value of property, but that all land m the Parish should be rated at the sajnei value per acre.'' and continue we .ould never be In favour of section 50 (!) of the Local Government Bill, as it would be a dangercut and unfair piece of legislation." Not Both While agreeing that .1 chuttel h. use, the annual value of whi.h does not exceed *5"i 00 and is occupied by the owner thereof should be exempted for the llabUi< ly of rates, and recommendini. an amendment to the Vestries Act to this effect, they state that we __ -re not in favour of a chattel George. Si Philip house and land on which it ial of Christ Church erected be deemed 10 be separate | in most other res[ Councils I according to their requiremee^t, and noleft t,. exist on grants nude to the Diocesan Synod, depending on the whims and nn> 1 if -h( Omvernoi m-Eaecuti CoiBmlUae Mr. Collins in his mlnori'y 1 port states "I am of ops %  1 1 . verami Bill, would l>e an iniprovement the Vestry System,'' but he point* out that "I do not agree with all the sections of the Bill, bu: agree with It in principle He favours the dMsl 1 islaDd UitQ ix areas instead of 3. with a municipality of II Bridgetown, but not the boundaries of the Municip-ility He suggest that tha Island be divided into the sOUowtn St. Lucy and St Peter Si .T-irues and St. Thomas: St Andrew and St. Joseph, St John and St. d the whole aim • Turner Joy To Go Home TOKYO, May 19 Vice-Admlral Charles Turoei Joy leader of the U.N. dsslOfBtion the Korean tiuce tsJ return home to the United States next month to become aajperlntendent of the Naval A' %  Lta Maryland. Major General William K. Harrison Depot c ,inni;inder Unl8th Army aii'i the truce delegation aince January will take over leadership asassfassOB from M..y ZS Admiral Joy's successor as Commander Maval forces Far Eat will be Vice Admiral R. O BilscoCommander of the XJ&. Saventi Fleet. A U.N. Spokesman at Muaaan said today that Admiral Joy had asked to be relieved aa senior tiuce delegate to take up Hoept within I* the Allies final compromise pro|M>M!S for anvJattca put forward April 28. The Admiral fell th %  ai chief negotiator was done aftei these propotelii were put forward There was nothing left 1-. negotiate except for the actual tune of signing, but it appeal* that Communists are more tntertsted In talking than in signing* the spokesman added I P Communist Denial A Lie tfUNSAN, Korea, May is. The top United Nations truce negotiator on Monday described ss an out and out lie a communist denial that the Reds had agreed U allied screening of captured; communists Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy, senior U.N. delegate. Parachutists Hold Hostages In Jungle MI \MI Plorld M deep In ( I M %  %  %  %  group of parachutists. 1 %  >lt A MiSste ami. and Major Minndi -sjaeri He sai.i t in g used, as hostages In in a'tSHIpl transportation for pa .. hrltiop1 I strip 3.7 1 the spot When rwayi ptaoe crashed on %  India 169 Runs Behind M.C.C. (trnin tlur OsrB <'orr**|iindent| LONI> •' LIGHT brought alx>ut sossWlycli H lo I the match bs t wtsri tinIf.C.C and I i Whsfi stumps wi-ic IIMWH. the Indians sd 314 for 8 In reply to the M.C.C. i(t;il of SI red I my were indebted to Kov and Muntri who pul <„i |0I for the lirst wkket before? both fell to M i Hilton "i LafKashire who ruid come in as last minute (or Jenkins of Wufceatersiiiir towed % %  daUgl I la M-.nini M ,. ving a^mpaon %  I b liailey's Catch to dl i": highlight of Flinging took at tu h rlS* 1 . | him and low. Maiitn had BCO : M Adams, in tu.. h 11... i md Grlmlh fin > %  i l .i .' .. were lioiigli' and Uu iU.*fndauts Die pUMiitlfla are tBusi OM uajandanU a..in punst.^iou JIHI nave eentr and have ffl.k nd tteglit>.: lo in.mage iht plan %  I n.ii.k.mannei i Mtluiwlse dl-.'n. I HI • : d lit counterl to SSi nt %  inneeUen wiiii the pui ,, I I i".i ui.ide. They %  Lhwnaalvea ill be found tobi psytaunenl .ii %  Sports Window Y.M.PC. will plsy H.C.OB and Carltoa Pirates in two Firat Dlvialon saaiea of Basket ball tonight at Y MFC Play atarta at 7.30 p.m. These two matches were originally scheduled to have been playad on Saturday nifht the 1'itii. but wore poatpoiiod. Each Utan la coraparaUvaly strong sad tha matches shoald i.iinterssUng. tu, Caiirt Reccgflcd iI iiiiii". Not KIIIMMI Ifow tfuch DfH's Gomes Know POK'l i Trinidadians In "11 %  nrighuwt erlcJeet M at thx 11:! against Sussex. flstSBH i aatfa US lad the way with I %  iir*t wicket psitni blup of i2 bo ....'.. %  tar I .n iii,. Ub Bu men hit powerfully. Yorkshire beat Worrestersh by an innings and 13 nil •Uilre JOS. ITOI (Truman seven for t" I % %  (oi 7*. Close of pi.iv li. i %  has] sd (rain), MM I 101 one. GlamorRioi 244. five for 64 North nti Middlesex M dasSSS 278. Norlhanta 294 for I Notts vs. Essex, Notts 208 ai I leading with 101 S8 for one. E""ex 227 runs aa akippti Itoblnson and Sum I ox, Suwex n lha second innings for nine declare hour, nix minutes M| anf) 2 | | ..< Cow i The i. neeted with Management re asking tha* managed by such .. %  be hud .dso amalgamate and sevenths for Caiiliiwi.ii ind fo-i. I '. he tin %  %  l*rios PrO| f Colon 1 tales and ho eras, told n out g i ite Aftei Ihe mi etln i. Ui Mr ll IOil th Colle'nM In St l Peter and afh rnnitoii god Btalea I >und at tlic attati aatlsfle.1. Oil .i< M. they IIOIIHIM It ft took ihstn to the Ro Canada on the mr d ie\'enlh bttl n allied th) %  i %  %  • dian Rank of Cona T nW Ci Arrmint Opened .... t tha %  %  Ihe Hi %  • *n pare S Empire I SS, 20—2 Antigua %  >' %  '> ANTIGUA. May IB. Heavy tains this mwni', the wieket lo be unfit for play until In 42 minutes Antigua's inning UU closed with 13 runs added In '.. MNsrsifhl sars 11M letal U None reached double figures Two batsmen made iiv two made four each, one made two runs and foui %  ra to without announcing a dascudoo Tniman '$ seirure of steel mills. There was no IndleStion when the court would make Goi %  %  • n The nation's highest bibtn has bean considering for ehi %  ii. appeal for light granted. The score was 30 for two wickata. Hunte caught Gore M.thonyson 20, Robinson run out 4, Taylor I not out. Horit O Extras 3. Test msteh ends tofo r Const ;hli %  wick ISS and li r 24^ lies six for M JK whose assessable income, the product of screening -4CF>. | Travelling Allowance The Chairman of the Sanitary Commissioner* of St. Thomas will be paid a travelling allowance of •*'ith retroactive %  memberi of the Hoard %  -nd at the rate FUST WEST /\/>/n /" ///: WmNISTKATOK KINGSTON i %  May 18 ii' of Domlnlcu I ii % %  ,...-• O) Jhst cfwke ai JthoM who hcxoqiiiM Quality, and o$ i/wAc who umplou £co/wjnu. .. A rare combination realised in K W. V. THE LABEL WITH THE KEY" VI iltes, llritndivs und Lu/ueurs K. W. V. PAABL TAWNY K W. V. Coronation Wine K.W.V. Old Brown Sherry K. W. V. Amontillado Sherry K. W. V. Old Oloroso Sherry K.W V Sweet Vermouth. K. W. V. Dry Vermouth K. W. V VAN DER HUM LIQUEUR K. W. V. Superior "Key" Brandy The PUton of Ifoalth anil If


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