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The Barbados advocate
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U.S. Prepare

Russian Blockade,
Of Berlin Likely

By CHARLES CORDUROY |
WASHINGTON, May 30. i

The United States Airforce has completed fresh up to |

the minute plans for a new Berlin airlift in the event,
Russia again blockades the city against surface transporta-
tion. An Airforce. spokesman said “we won't be caught
unprepared” if threatened new barriers ate thfown up}
against overland traffic to Berlin’s’ Western Zone, and |
Western Powers decide to supply Berlin with aid again as |

they did four years ago. |

United States civilian airlines would be called on to |
contribute a substantial capacity from their commercial
Operations. Without such aid it was doubtful that the
néw lift could be run on the scale of that in 1948-49 when |
the level of 8,000 tons daily in shipments was achieved.

any new sky |
| train that might be set up would

l be the Military Air Transport
| Service which on Sunday cele-
brates its 4th anniversary in the
unified Airforce-Navy transport
system. M.A.T.S. was only 24
days old when Berlin was block-
aded on June 25, 1948. It was
instantly called on to supply men,
planes, technical khowiedae and
supporting services such as com-
munications, weather foreca:
and navigation aid to the airlift
»peration.

Threats of a new clamp down
on land travel‘ into Berlin come
at a time when M.A.T.S. has a
trans-Pacific airlift to Japan and
Korea and special services to
Arctic bases in Gteenland, added
to its routine worldwide air ser-
vices. Despite its growth in ta-
pacity in four years, it thus would
need outside aid to cope with any

| Spearheadi

Commends
Acheson

WASHINGTON, May 30.
Secretary of State Dean Acheson
returned from Europe today to
receive President Truman’s con«
gratulations for a “wonderful and
successful job” jn negotiating the

West German peace agreement.

Greeting the Secretary as he
stepped from the Presidential
plane “Independence,” Truman
suid Acheson made a “great con-
wibution....to the peace of the
world.” Responding to the Prési-

new crisis.
a thenWent arta em de sr In the 23 months of Korean War
signed last week mean “very there have been £53,000 passexymers

and 61,000 tons of cargo carried
to the Far East and 45,000 casual-
ties evacuated from that theatre.

much” to the U.S. and peace of
the free world.

Acheson said the task now goes
to the legislative bodies on both
sides of the Atlantic—which must

*Phone Service
The Russian sector offered to
restore telephone service to West








cotton and rayon
make prompt deliveries against
overseas orders.

recently these industries had “to
meet a heavy pressure demand
from both domestic and overseas
markets. Deliveries
consequence;
ers were unable from time to time
to accept Colonial orders especially
of special types cloth and price
tended to become uncompetitive.



SAT'IRDAY, MAY 81, 1952



anc nnn laa ta nt i isle

Farnum For
Finland Fund

GOVERNMENT will boost
the Farnum for Finland Fund
by $1,440 if an enabling reso-
lution of which notice was
given at the last meeting of
the House, passes the Legis-
lature.

The total amount needed to
send Farnum to Helsinki is
$2,880 and Government pro-
pose to give 4 grant on a dol-
lar for dollar basis up to
$1,440,

Donations for the Fund are
accepted at Barclay’s Bank,
the Royal Bank of Canada
and the office of the Advocate.
Goal $2,880 00
Amt. Prev. Ack... $1,210.66
Welches Mixer School 2.50
St. Giles’ Boys’ School 48.00
St. Leonard's Boys’

School : 9.00
St. Matthias’ Boys’

School 4.30

$1,274.45

Towl

Deliveries Of

U.K. Cotton

Goods Prompt

As owing to balance of payment
difficulties the Government is hav-
ing to make cuts in imports from
outside the sterling area, attention
is drawn to improvements that
have occurred this year in the
ability of the United Kingdom
industries to

Since the war and until quite

|

suffered in
indeed manufactur-



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es For New Airlift

etc lair

France Will Crush Any

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| Further Insurrection
| —Says Brune

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PARIS, May 30.
The French. Government accused the French Com-
munist Party of plotting to seize power and promised to
crush promptly any further red “insurrection” The
Interior Minister Charies Brune vowed in a nationwide
broadcast to put down at once any violence arising from
strikes and demonstrat® 4s called by Communists to pro-
test the arrest of their umber one leadtr Jeeques Duclos.
Duclos languished in, Fresne prison waiting trial, on a
charge of acting against the internal Security of France in
leading a bloody Communist demonstration two days ago
against General Matthew B. Ridgway, new Allied Supreme
Commander for Europe.

Koje Death
Toll Mourtts
To Eight

If convicted Duclos
sentenced to unything fron
year in prison to indefinite solitary
confinement, He Secreta) y~
General of the French Communist
Party and a most influential and
important Communist leader
the western world. In a statement
issued from his prison cell Duc

could

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PRICE: FIVE CE
RECEIVES CERTIFICATE







Assistant Teacher of the Belmont Girls’ School, receiving her certificate
at Erdiston Teachers’ Training Col-

MISS “PATSY” MAYCOCK,
from Lady Seel, wife of Sir George Seel, at a presentation Finetion

| lege yesterday.

called government policy “really; | ‘ ET
stupeaytas.” | Ten Arrested |
4 Sea said Communists had |
Korean prisoner eliberately turned their anti- F I j
outiaial’ of Sei sat oan Ridgway demonstration in Paris| or reason |
that raised the two days’ toll in|°™ Wednesday night into “real
the turbulent prisdn camps. to| insurrection.” One rioter was! HAVANA, May 30,
eight dead and 17 wounded, killed more than 200 persons in-| Police announced the arrest PUTTING ASIDE EVERYTHING ELSE, a lot depends
In the third and latest incident}dured and 718 demonstrators|!ast night of ten persons the

guards fired into a work detail of
15 prisoners
after one prisoner charged
toward the guards. Two priséners
died instantly two died later of
wounds three were
wounded,

Two American and two South
Korean soldiers involved
taken immediatel
quarters of B
L., Boatner
for questioning.

arrested. Brune said the “Govern
ment is firmly
tain public order and defend the
freely chosen regime against any
attack, The Republic must defend
institutions exploited by those who
prepare their destruction for
tomorrow,

Brune’s
6 AM,

near compound 85

and others

were
to the head-
eneral Haydon
Command: nt

broadcast
( A.M,

made ut
E.S.T.) when
most Frenchmen customarily
listen to early newscast before
going to Work was regarded as a
clear warning to 800,000 members
of the French Communist party
that the government is prepared to
meet force with

oje

Three civilian
killed and
Thursday
Youngehong camp 75 miles north

internees were
13 injured in the riot

among prisoners in

KOJE ISLAND, Korea, May 30.
United States and South Korean
guards killed the fourth North













resolved to main-|armed

on the personality of the teacher Mr. Justice J. W. B.
Chenery, told a large number of teachers at Erdiston
Teachers’ Training College yesterday after 34 of their
number had been presented with certificates by Lady Seel
for courses in teaching.

aid were accused of preparing an
movement against the
Government of General Eulgeneio
Batista,

A communige said plotters were
under instructions of the deposed

President Carlos Prio Socarra Mr. Chenery stressed the importance of the teacher to
and his Foreign Minister Aure the community and said that it was an attribute when
liano Sanchez Arango, both of alling.

teachers had a love for their ¢

whom are in exile in the United - ——- Before the presentations were
States ’ YET vo made, the Cotlege choir sang

A machine gun and a numbe B. G. ACCEPTS hree songs — “Who is Sylvia”,
of other pistols were report “Gwine to Live Humble to de
seized with plotters in a raid o NEW COINAGE Lord”, and “The Crown of The
a house where men were “practi | Year.”

ing handling of the machine gui (From Our Own Gorrespondent) Mr, Chenery first said it was a



force. and other arms”, A woman GEORGETOWN, B.G great pleasure and privilege he
ratify the agreement and there- ; ; : Maw 30 ah havin uddressi th
; erli erta i of Koje én the South Korean identified as the tenant of th ay was having in addressing them
7 eee which a oa O Merdlins tp! acite citereet” ae mainland. It was a brawl among} , He spoke 36 hours after grave}jouse also was detained. Batis British Guiana is the only col- {and commended the work that
Pe aera ee U.P Communists and thus open to! The back log of orders has been|the inmates and no Allied guards rioting had caused the death of|Governmeny recently has becn |ony of those in the unified cur-|-was being done at the College.
—U.P. censorship. worked off and a general recession | Were involved. one demonstrator and injuries to accusing Prio of preparing ajrency system to accept the new ; Widespread Interest
West rman postal authori-!in the textile market has brought} Qne North Korean officer wasjmany more and 12 hours after}counter coup. Prio has denicd [eoinage, Financial Secretary, Mc; «| take it,” Mr. Chenery said,
S ties rejected the offer and said!the price down sharply (e.g. the killed and another wounded ‘French Communist leader Jacques] jpem —U Pp David told a Press Conference | nat an occasion like this swith
e e they had demanded “full and! price of American type yarn from | slightly Thursday night when @ [Duclos had been incarcerated ‘1 today. Owing to the shortage’! education so much in the fore
free” intra-city communications|\ nich many cloths are woven for|U:S. guard's Browning automa‘ic|Fresnes prison on charges «1 Smearnnen serra of nickle coins, fifty, ten and fiv¢|front and “Whither Bdveation”
if “ as they had existed before the/Colonial markets has. fallen in|tifle was discharged accidentals | plotting against the seeurity of ¢...'§ |cents are being made of a nickle | seeming,to catch the headlines of
Uniform Soon |i. ie Rot fra cot maa ty abut "ol "5 ee comma “Ball of Fite? iit vies ier in ihe tecerers score, eameabe Lovee?
propose open nes, all of from ra staples by ommu here were no indications yet jedge similar to two and one;and the Whole education system
PARIS, May 30 sneentd oe ae on Spout 20%). sibs v . eee delegtite North Kets | of just how successful the Com- W M shilling pieces current in West’ ef the colony being no dbpbe
General, Dwight kisenhawer| ina" the sovigaecir” ONL" Many (pce ot yarn and, cloth| fiat the United Navona ime! aunt dee, CG-T. (General Labor! WAS MCLCOR [ree isctowa that aa_~ | brine’ place like Bashan whl
disclosed he Will shed uniform on i ‘can be now offered from stock and] jstely stop these atrocities” and nfe " ; , diate cDavid disclosec oe Pee Pe er . aie a .
Tuesday but still will refuse to ae eek 7. "Sectors have | many mills being out of work charged that the Allies are pre- strike action was going to be. SEATTLE, Weshington result of complalgts of Sue tow wee Coos ee ee ee be
campaign for republican party|peen cut. German trunk calls'could put new orders into produc-! paring “for another mass slaugh-| Brune accused the Communiss May 30. notes, a London firm represe - ‘mae that fF he it ane
presidential nomination. Eisen- Mokurean thy |tion right away Ta 9 | ; a tive was coming to B.G. and the} : at
a n the East and West zone 1 . ter leader of preferring “rebellion A bluish white “ball of fir y ben. dhe investigate | because I think that the very
hower turned “over his post aS ‘have been subjected to these| It is not suggested that import- —UP, oici ys of his party {stre: acr he § tof | Weert rae Puen “ute and widespread interest in
Supreme Commander of Allied|q i t 1 hould import a lot of stuff the to voicing the views of his party |streaked across the sky north of| ing it is expected, when the acute and widespread | ae
ae ommunist tactics, the postal)ers should impo. : on the tribune of the National|Seattle early tod nd exploded ‘ : {every section ot the community
ho n th ribu Seattle early today a xt = sme is > > thi
Ntatire S ee to General’ officials said. consumers do not want at prices ° Assembly in a shower of sparks that turned present iseuc . k reper . i \in education ig one of the very
Matthew B, Ridgway. ; ; ; ike i “der O- ae y+ a 2 sparne tter 2g » provider : ate .) +m va phinmion
Fisenhower returns to the! ee eer ante te ee eer nee nth % tited Rhee Defies The Communist official party lithe night into day for three {Peter Motes WEE De Die | real reasons why the educaticnal
; F 16 the Elbe River frontier now are;tect manufacturers in e Uni cd | ap at's . ds io ig : : bie os . standard of this conmumunity has
United States tomorrow. Asked if routed threuan -Latoet d un-'!Kingdom. The markets are con- organ L’ ‘Humanite and itsjor four seconds. The object was ON MURDER CHARGE ‘biatch Pe es hich
he would comment On whether the | qoubtedly mabe od to. conseutnin , @ On Page 3 P. li t oo travelling “Liberation” |believed to have been a meteor Seventeen year ~ old Vere Barbade "ta ae that ‘witkat
* ; hen v4 ie ate » f Dey prj thee { » a flere seve) 2en - ater ‘a arbados an Say 6
clection of Senator Robert A.)crews of German workers under ar lamen appeared on shin he AB a Sb Hketged 2 hs on ae ‘Jackman of Hanson Tenantry St. | poasting, I think.”
Yaft* would have a discouraging ‘ ‘ again this morning. Police radio|object that rumbled across thej oY ; J » Police ‘ ;
-ffect E e, Eisenh re- Se rece Stee pecan F d trucks were out in force|sky directly over Seattle on May |@eorge was charged by the Polic But even though it were high,
plied with a chuckle: “I most cer-| P°lce: Development or PUSAN, Kpreg, Bay 20, seurdlling te Mee ee te Me eee yesterday with the murder of he'|)e said, and everybody was an
. —U.P. President Syngman Rhee defy- Oe i"

tainly would not—I am still in
uniform,” ‘ J
Eisenhower declared talking to



TWO JAPS DIE

the peers 8 few Sage rae
turnin § :
Rideway that “Burope must} LV RED RIOTS

unite far more closely or there is
no settlement for our difficulties.”
ie said that “in spite of cynics
and sophisticates, anes is
making great steps forward,”

He warned, however, of a num-
ber of dangers still facing
N.A.T.O's build-up of defences in
urope. Among these he listed:
1, Misunderstandings among na-
tions. 2. Possiple accidents and un-
foreseen incidents along the vast
perimeter of the Iron Curtain.

“Danger of thinking of these
yroblems locally.” 4, “Compla-
seney among U.S. ag our strength
grows .”

Eisenhower praised the progress
that SHAPE had made towards
the building up of*military equili-
brum” to equal Communist forces
in Europe, but. said “the path
ahead is a roe one and we
must keep our hands steady.”

Eisenhower said “there is great
ianger that we may get preoccu-
ried in our own areas. It is @
very grave mistake not to remem-
ber that events “in other parts of
the world constitute ot only a
drain in our resourees and our
surength but also are rt of our
own ideological struggle.”

The General also said he has
been disturbed by “think piéces.”
as I think you call them, on the
West growing aggressive in intent
as its strength grows. There is no

eason for that sort of fear. ae

|

|

TOKYO, May 30,

Two Japanese were killed, two

United States newsmen injured

as Communist inspired riots erupt-
ed throughout Japan.

Dozens of other Japanese were











injured and scores arrested as
mobs clashed with the Police on
the third anniversary
“martyred” unionist’s death.

Preliminary Police reports said
the two dead were rioters who
were shot when 200 Communists
stormed a police box at Itabashi
just outside Tokyo.—U.P.

$1,000,000 Jute
Scheme In B.G.

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, B.G., May 30.

British Guiana’s contribution}
towards relieving the jute world |
shortage is begigning here imme-
diately with a $1,000,000 scheme
to take care of the cultivation of
1,000 acres, in five years even-
tually cultivating a minimum of
14,000 acres, the eventual devel-
opment rate depending on seed
availability.

The project is being carried out
by a non-profit making company
named Bd. Fibre Research Coy.,
Ltd., registered in London and
financed by the U.K. Ministry cf
Materials and Jute Trade.

of a





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RIDGWAY MEETS WITH NATO MILITARY

.G. Rice Industry

(From Our Own Correspondent,
GEORGETOWN, B.G.
, May 30.

The Government announced to-
day embarking on a ten million
dollars authorised capital com-
pany for further comprehensive
development of the rice industry
and an extension of the export
trade in collaboration and co-op~
eration with the Rice Marketing
Board. The Company in the
initial stage is being backed by
five million dollars from C.D.C.
in short-term advances which
would be made available at
a small fixed interest at which
C.D.C. itself secures funds from
H.M. .

Refinancing C.D.C. would be
undertaken on completion of the
programme of works when it is
expected that the profitability of
the undertaking shall have been
clearly demonstrated The refin-
ancing might take the form of the
issue of a long term debenture
joan or by the issue of shares of
the company to be taken up by
the B.G. Government itself or
by C.D.C. or to be offered for
public subscription. The imme-
diate objective of the Company
is to take over and operate the
Mahaicony - Abary - Onverwagt
Scheme; to take over rehabili-
tate, expand and operate the
Government mill at Anna Regina
in the Essequibo County; to erect
and operate the new Mill on the
Corentyne Coast in Berbice
County .



AT THE PENTAGON IN WASHINGTON, Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway poses with the members of the Norti:
Atlantic Treaty Organization Military Committee. Seated (1. tor.) are: Vice Adm. Arthur C, Davis, deputy
U.S. representative: Lt, Gen. Paul Bly, Franee; Gen. Ridgway; Adm. Sir Cyril Dougias-Pennant, United
Kingdom, and Brigadier Richard H. Barry, British Army. Standing @. to r.) are: Gen. Mark H. Fouillien,

Belgium; Air Vice Marshal Hugh Campbell, Canada; Rear Adm. Svend
dier Gregory Ketseas, Greece; Lt. Gen. Enrico Frattini, Italy; Adm. Jonk

Ramiau-Hansen, Denmark: Briga-
heer H. A. Van Forest, ‘Whe Nether-

lands; Comdr, R. M, Sars, Norway; Brigadier Angélo De A, Ferreira, Portugal, and Rear Adm, Aziz Ulusan.











ing both United Nations and his}°Tders were reported

own National Assembly arrested
another legislator while the
Assembly was demanding the
release of ten already seized under
martial law. Rhee moved arbitra-
rily in the political crisis which

Duclos the 56-year-old pastry
cook who became a Deputy ani
rose to be number two Communist
of France was still held behind the
massive walls of Fresnes prison on

* the Sotithern outskirts of Paris.
led the Unie ee a ties He was taken there last night
paptiitetion - Koren -iee after being rae — with
him of violating the constitution |P'(tin® serene ee ae might be
of the new Republic of ae some considerable time before he
Rhee paid no attention to the|i, prought-to trial

Assembly vote demanding that he
lift martial law. The United
Nations commission’s similar re-
quest likewise was ignored. The
National Police arrested one in-
dependent member of the legisla-
ture last night and another today
making a total of 11 seized since
Rhee put martial law in effect
Sunday. He said they were guilty
of “Communist inspired” plot
against Government—U.P.

AMBASSADOR
GOES HOME

LONDON, May 30.

—U.P.



Mr. C. GLINDON-REE
members of the Press yestc rc
tion in the Primary Schoc |;
was only between one ani o

normal child in the Unite |
Mr, Glindon-Reed was speai
ing at the fortnightly Press Co



The Argentine Ambarsador \0| ference presided over by the Hx
Britain, Carlos Alberto Hogan isithe Colonial Seeretary and w
enroute home by air to attend, invited by the Press to deb

the inauguration ceremony of
Argentina’s new Government on
June 4. Hogan who left yesterday
on British Overseas Airways

the following queries

(1) Is the Director of Educ
tion aware of the general di
content over the lower standar/



a
















Primary Education
Has Improved—«zx



infant child which was found in] expert there was one or two things



A ate ite at tynwond, ar [a 54-foot well on. May 23. jstill to be learnt aud he was
in the vicinity of Lymwood, 2! Both Jackman and the child} cure that the training received
ae npeth orpeniie said Ue ‘iwere taken to the General hosvi- jat an institution like Erdiston
2 rae Sante me fire” 'Jtal on the same day but the child | would give inestimaple benefit

«, 80 4.™Mm mS anc it seomM %«

not only to the particular teachers
who had received prizes and cer-

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died shortly. after admittance
Jackman was discharged from the
hospital yesterday. ;

to explode in the vicinity of Port
Townsend on the Olympic Peni



sula 35 miles north west of here — “tg
Another patrolman who w

cruising near Creston 15 mil

east of Seattle said “I &

a brilliant white flash, It seem:

to explode out over Puget Soun:
nerth and west of me” UP.







RA!.FIGH—Makers of the
WORLD'S CHAMPION

D, Director of Education tol
lay that the standard of Educa
s had improved since 1949 anc
ne and a half years behind the
Kingdom
nd Government comm
et up to investigate the

sions were
working

the 1870 system and to subm
| recommendations
| As a result of this the 1944 Act
was passed and that covere
education in other phases, 5
Henry Hadow, whom he kn

personally, and who had invest





Plane is expected to arrive in} of elementary education? gated the conditions already m
Buenos Aires later today His) (2) ae is oe meen te | tioned had set out in 4 repo
wife and family remained in Brit- Taibr iid ‘Spa bats “te cr writ ve yes i lec i ome y Stee
tiny and an. Sinbaeny spokesman Kau! tnd Spanish to the eurviev-|eory which ad, tes ‘peo Nut |
said Hogan would be rejoining | bodie 1 4 u h Nand ‘
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them immediately after the inaug- No Records ; litage at ei a nee Tene 7 1 You are ona
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would return to London on June | period 1949-1952 and he certair Mr. Glndon-Reed beid. to int 3 A ¢ ae See eos
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**Ceases To Exist’”’ ve behind the normal child; up to go into the question. "
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TOKYO, May 30. With regard the , V going to tak ;
Japan formally notifiea the! tions 1 system he wold sas : at | wiail A. ;
Soviet Diplomatic Mission here! ' not ier vee % nl iftting aE a
that the mission has “ceased tol) tong) systems, first of all " Seema THE ALL-STEEL BICYCLE
exist” but indi¢ated it would take| "1 rae ‘ ‘ ert Nowin
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since Japan became an independ-{jege «and the new. elementary |the child. f & CO., LTD.
ent nation on April 28. Russia| cystem which required by Inu He had discussed the matter = -
did not sign the peace treaty.|ihat children be taught to read.| with certain officials of the Uni- olde. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street.
The mission, was an official Soviet) write and cipher ty College of the West Indies ’ ,
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| Occupation Government, but went after the 1914-1918 war that it|t f thirteen sh« —
jout of existence with ratification’ was difficult to recruit N.C.O’s of} ir ations that they could | i a ay
‘ . 5
‘of treaty.—U.P. a certain @ducational standard @ On Page 5







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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Caub Calling

RRIVING from Grenada yes-

terday morning by B.W.I.A.
was Mr. Gordon Carter, Deputy
Chief of United Nations’ Inter-
national Children’s Emergency
Fund (UNICEF) Area Office for
Central America and the Carib-
bean with headquarters in Gua-
temala City.

He has. stopped off here for a
few days on his Caribbean tour
to discuss with the Director of
Medical Services and the Gov-
ernment, the possible forms of
assistance for child health under
UNICEF.

Mr. Carter expects to be here
until Monday when he leaves for
Antigua. He is staying at the
Ocean View Hotel.

At the Airport to meet him was
Dr. J. P. O’Mahoney, Director of
Medical Services,

Tornadoing Tonight?
NIGHT is Tornado Night at
the Crane Hotel and I under-

stand that you can wear whatever
you wish — anything from a tail-
coat to a Bikini, in fact. There
will be musi¢, dancing, a bar and
a cool breeze, Incidentally, for
any Tornado skipper who feels as
though he is losing his “sea legs”
I would prescribe a trip outside
to look at the rollers off the reef
—that should sober him up quick
encugh! .

The dance, you may have
heard, is being run to try to
amass some money to defray the
expenses cf the Trinidad Tornado
Team which is due here scme-
time in June,

If the dance is as much fun as
Tornadoing to coin a new
word, I think — it will be a great
success,

After Three Weeks
Arm spending three weeks’

holiday in Barbados, Miss
- Yolande Clausel of St. ’ Lucia
returned home yesterday morn-
ing to resume’ her duties at
Barelays “Bank. During her stay

she was a guest at “Allworth”
Cheapside. :

On Hecliday

M** EARL GILMAN of Cali-
fornia, arrived here yes-
terday morning via Trinidad by
B.W.LA.,, for a week's holiday
and is staying at the Ocean View
Hotel. Her husband who is pro-
ar = Resort Hotel in Cali-
mia, is expected to joj or
theetty. pec 0 join her

Back From Grenada .

M*s ENA MUNRO of Terese
eauty Salon, returned
from Grenada yesterday morning
by B.W.LA. after spending a
Short holiday with her relatives.
For Health Reasons
mete GIBBS of the
overnment Printer
St. George’s, Grenada, *
yesterday morning
On a visit in the interest of his
health and is staying at the
Cosmopolitan Guest House.

On Business

M* JOHN MASSIAH, Over-
seer of Andrews Factory

in
arrived
by B.W.1A,

and son of Mr. and Mrs, Stewart
Massiah of Springhead, St. James,

lett for St. Kitts via Antipu
yesterday morning on a Buathess

visit. He expects to return on
June 9,

Proprietur Returns Home
43 oy BENTO returned to
ntigua yesterday morni
by B.W.LA, atier a pe Susie
ness visit staying at the Hotel
Royal. He is proprietor of Harp-
er’s Ltd., Druggists of St. John's,

Spent A Month
ETURNING to St, Lucia
yesterday mornin b
B.W.LA, were Miss Agatha e Mar
shall, Clerk of the Town Board
and her sister Beryl, an employee
of Cox and Co,, merchants of
Castries. They had spend abouc
a month’s holiday here staying
with Mrs. E. Griffith of “Rose-
neath”, Wellington Street,

Y attending the



“HOW'S THAT” is what one of the twin sons of England’s Norman
Yardley, seems to be yelling as he lies in his father’s arms.
The answer, if one is to judge from the expression of his twin

brother, seems to be “NOTHING DOING"!
Both boys were born in Yorkshire and their father hopes that
one day they will follow him into the county team.







Arriving Tomorrow Presentation
Mi: AND MRS, PADDY PRESENTATION of a silver
EGAN and their daughter

salver and silver cocktail
wladeline of St. Matthias Gap are shaker was made to Mr. S. I
due to arrive in Barbados gn Foster, Inspector of Waterworks,
Sunday by the Elders and Fyffes Soocuar = iba ehhocnion
_ yen et mee where on his termination of 27 years

mr. Egan who is employed PS ee ee a Commis-
wita the firm of William Fogarty sion rank in the Royal Air Force

Cbwa Egan eT Of Mr J. Hein the First World War and dur-
s ena cat ing the last quarter century he
ae (ay aap agg ng ad has seen many changes in meth-
} ghan Miss M A. Callaghan ods of work and in personnel.

He has been in charge of the

Miss D, E. Flynn, Mrs. L. M. Har- troublesome Bast

08 Water
greave, Miss S. M, Hargreave, 7 ined sone
Miss E. J. Henzell, Rev. and Mrs, â„¢#!". a roe oo yo es taf
E. M, Millier and two children #V¥® months’ leave and the stafl
Mrs. E, L. Ince, Mr. S. Mellox of the Waterworks yesterday
Mrs. R D Radcliffe Mr avail hoped that with his mental and
Mrs. P. G. Rees, Mr’ and Mrs, Physical vigour, he would fin
w. H. H. Vaughan and two chil- tee en aa hates
, dren and Mr, and Mrs. D. H, 2m [on fo taten 1A “ty

and all that he might look for-

Williams. ward to in his retjrement.

Superintendent of Police

After he was presented with
R. W. R. WEBER, Senior the silver salver and _ cocktail
Superintendent of Police in shaker, Mr. Foster said that he

British Guiana arrived here yes- had spent many happy years with
terday morning by B.W.1LA. from them, and if he were to come
Trinidad for a few days before across any more leaks he would

Jeaving on the S.S. Colombie for not fail to report them.

the United Kingdom on six n

months’ leave, While here he is Shirley’s Beauty Shoppe
laying with Mr. M. White of St. RS. DOROTHY TALMA-

Montell, has recently return-

(Lawrence,

ed from the U.S.A, -after
Students Home On attending a nine months’ course
Holiday at the Apex School of Beauty,
. 7% New York. ‘
ee Su caren She tells Carib that she intends
is taking a degree in English ‘at opening a Beauty Parlour—
McGill University is now in Bar- Shirley's Beauty Shoppe—at the
a , v,4 third floor, No. 47 Bolton Lane

bados for three months’ holicay © folie. &
which she is spending with from June 3. Bookings can be

ner

‘ . ins é at telephone No, 8345,

parents Mr, and Mrs, D. M. Dray- Made at ] :
Off tv St. Lucia

ton of Navy Gardens, Christ
Church. She arrived on Thursday R. LEON ALLEYNE, Super-

by* T.C.A,

; intendent of Works, Fort
Another student returning Royal Garage, left yesterday
frcem Canada by T.C.A. on Thurs- morning by B.W.1A. for St.

day to spend a holiday with her Tucia on a visit in the interest
relatives was Miss Pamela Reed of his firm. He expects to be
who is doing nursing at the away for about ten days.

Royal Victoria Hospital, She is

down for four weeks’ holiday

and is staying with her mother Graduated In Engineering

Mrs. F. L,. ed ‘of “Herbert R, PETER FARMER an old
House”, Fontabelle. . Lodge Boy who graduated
Congratulations in engineering at McGill Uni-

_. versity
CORSE AT ULATIONS to Miss here the

Pearl Brown daughter

on Wednesday, arrived
following day by 'T.C.A.
of and is spending a holiday with

Mr, and Mrs, Hilton Brown of his parents Mr, and Mrs, C. I.
Spooner’s Hill who celebrated Farmer of Gibbons Plantation,
her 18th birthday yesterday. Christ Church, before leaving for

1s Trinidad.

S.D.A. Minister Mr. Farmer expects to take ‘up
PAsToR M. A. JOSEPH of the an appointment with Trinidad

Seventh Day Adventist Leaseholds Ltd,

Church in St. Lucia returned His brother-in-law and sister,
home yesterday by B.W.I.A. after Mr. and Mrs. W. Beck of Trini-
Congress of tie dad who were in Canada on long
Leeward Islands Mission of S.D.A, leave also arrived here’ on Thurs-
His wife and daughter Myrtle day by T.C.A. They are remain-
who came over with him and ing for three weeks’ holiday
were staying at Berwick Guest which they are spending at Gib-
House will be remaining for an- bons,

other two weeks staying with Mr. Beck is an engineer em-
Mrs, Joseph’s mother at Kew ployed with Trinidad Leaseholds
Road, Tudor Bridge. Ltd,





neath, Wellington Street, Road, ‘tudor ‘Bria
Visit Of Sultan From “Abode Of Peace”

: LONDON, May 20,
His Honour Omar Ali Saifuddin
Sultah of Brunei—the state which
contains the richest oilfield in the
British Commonwealth — arrived
in London today on his first visit
to the United Kingdom.

He wi@l be in Lond
ene: oe the ‘Gubnmmer angers

summer “season”
and will see s mething of such
national events as the Chelsea
Flower ‘Show, the Derby, the

“Trooping of the Colour’ cere=
mony, the Royal Tournament, the
Henley Regatia, He will also
attend the Ascot races,

He will sightsee in London and
Edinburgh, visit beauty spots in
the Lake District, and the fruit-
wring county ¢ Kent frequently

scribe as ee
England,” ee

Amongst visits of especial inter-
est to the Sultan will be those to
industrial centres.

He is to visit the dockyards at
Portsmouth, Shipbuilding yards at
Glasgow and coalmines in the
Glasgow area, And he may visit
a or oil refinery under con-

ruction at Grangemouth, near
Falkirk.

He will study government
practice by attending the House of
Commons and local council meet-
ings; and education by visiting
Cambridge University.

Before returning home,

His
Honour hopes to cross to

the



Continent and visit France
Switzerland,

The Sultan succeeded to the
title just two years ago, on the
death of his brother, The state’s
capital has the same name as the
state itself—Bruei. The alternative
name, Daru’l Salam, means
“Abode of Peace.”

Although Bruei is the smallest
state on the island of Borneo, it
has created an industry whien
has become the greatest of its
kinds in the Commonwealth,

and The Seria Oilfield employs more
than 5,000 people, including 500
Europeans. The production of
crude oil now exceeds 100,000
barrels a day,

In 1951, the total state revenue
reached the record figure of over
$68,000,000, of which more than
$25,000,000 was received from
mining rents and royalties. There
was a surplus of over $60,000,000
on the year’s working,

—L.E.S.



Podgy Pig.

The days have become shorter

he spies is “rh,
and colder, and Rupert wants to Podgy.’’ he calls, ‘*come and
tun around, *‘* There's nothing ike pe It's a lovely day.’ He runs
a game of foorball for warming Pe au no. but to his SNP ee
ois ine y P, says Mrs, Bear, “ so cake of him. Keeping his eyes on the
your big ball and go out and find path betore him, the little pig
your pals. Rubert needs no plods silently onwards as if his
second bidding he first person thoughts are very tar away.



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King Baudoin In | Listening Hours
Italian Romarce | #.00-—7.15 p.m

ROME, May 30.
Young King Baudoin of Beigium

De Savoiaaosta are headed for a

meeting in Italy which may lead | sports
\to a royal wedding.

their families were already here
for a preliminary
gathering.

nouncement

An engagement an-}
is expected.

the 22-year-old daughter of the,
late Italian Viceroy to Ethiopia
at Villa Sparta residence of former
Queen Helen of Romania near
Florence. The king in semi-secret
sipped out of Brussels yesterday
by train. —C.P,

CROSSWORD







Across

Save the reverse change.

Tweiltth on the score card

Its trickle may be by dru

Thinty disguised passer (6)

. Dentists leaving ? (3)

. You see 22 move on 4 this. (4)
In the cig. auntie smoked. (5)
This summer's Lord's challenger.
(6) 20. Pines for the bird. (5)
See 13, (4)

Captain Carisen wore one, (5)

. I'd seen a carminative. (7)

Down

. Make the singer give up
Unravelied the mystery
Tags on ite antiers ? (4)
Slip up and take the message (6)
Berry for jam (4) 6 Fish (3)
Aian becomes @ fiim star (4)
Did Ada trudge fur a degree (Â¥)
Retraces the walks (8)
Decorative (6) 16 Row
May be succeaasmuiiy spun
Makes 21 usable (4)

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(Local & Visiting Members ‘
Only) Foragood time
2

By courtesy of the British
Council there will be a Film
Show in the Ballroom on
Wednesday, June 4th at 6.30
p.m.

The Garden—St. James
TO-DAY 8.30 p.m.
“KID GALAHAD”
Wayne MORRIS &
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Humphrey BOGART _

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Naval Collegg, Dartmouth
Water Polo, Scotland Yard
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Members are cordially
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of
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Fisheries Research Boat Investi-

gator with effect from the Ist
June, 1952.
Mrs. E. Chase to be Super-

visor, Main Kitchen, General
Hospital, with effect from the 16th
June, 1952.

Miss J. Pickering has been
appointed’ Stenographer-Typist to
the Natural Gas Corporation with
effect from the 26th May, 1952.

Arrangements have been made
for Mr. R. MecConney, Senior
Clerk, Accountant General's Office,
to be seconded as Chief Clerk to
the B.W.I. Central Labour Organ-
isation, Washington, with effect
from 15th, June, 1952.

The secondment will be for
three months in the first instance
and will be subject to extension
to a period not exceeding three
years .

Information has been received
from the Colonial Office that Miss
Kathleen Yvonne Bulpitt has been
selected for appointment to the
Colonial Service as Sister (De-
partmental Theatre) at the Barba-
dos General Hospital,

It is expected that Miss Bulpitt,
who is at present serving as Thea-
tre Sister at St. Helen’s Hospital,
Hastings, will sail from the United
Kingdom to take up her



was made to the Privy Council for
leave to appeal and barrister

loyd Luekhoo flew to London
ast week to argue the appeal be-
fore Lords Norman Oaksey and
Tucker.

Main argument of the appeal
was that the trial judge allowed
inadmissible evidence to be led
at the trial which was highly pre-
judicial.

Teper who served most of the
past fifteen months in hospital
was released last night and re-
united with his wife and three-
year-old son.

Defence counsel at the trial were
Lloyd Cabral, associated with
Lloyd Luckhoo instructed by Miss
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@ From Page 1

stantly changing now and Japan
may fall in under pressure
but Lan iré’s present prices
are competitive with the last
known Japanese price.

The main point is
changed circumstances of the
United Kingdom industries it
should now be possible to obtain
British goods of right type at com-

that in

Boyce of Ashton Hall St. Petor
Widow, to the estate of her hus-

band Rupert Douglas Oxenal
Boyce, deceased.
Miss M. A. Reece, instructed

by Mr. G. L. W
of the firm of Cottle Catford &
Co. appeared for the petitioner.

The wills of the following were
admitted ~ to probate, Francis
Augustus Yearwood, St. Michael;
George Duncan Albert Burke,
St. James; Caroline Edy, St.
Philip

Decree Nisi

In the Court
Matrimonial
G. L. Taylor yesterday
decree nisi in the suits,
Allan, petitioner, S. E
respondent and W. E
co-respondent; D, B.
petitioner and G. Stic.

Clarke, Solicitor



for

Causes,

Divorce
Mr.

and
Justice
granted
W._H.
Allan
Purdin,
Adderley,
Adderley,

respondent; and R. A, 3rath-
waite, petitioner and BE, G
Brathwaite, respondent,



CEMETERY OFFICE
BROKEN

The Office at Westbury Ceme-
tery was broken and entered be-
tween 5.30 p.m. on Wednesday

the annual Synoa of the Anglican
Church—something like a family
meeting to discuss and to plan
for the future—said they were
getting accustomed now to héar-
ing the Church denounce Com-
munism and to telling people tha*

in this age the Chureh was en-
gaged in a deadly battle; that
their civilisation had crashed
about their ears and that the

Christian way of life was in dire
peril of being overwhelmed, “We
have been told,” continued
Bishop Wilson, “that the weapons
of Communism are very subtle
ond insidious and are directed,
not in open assault, but like ter-
mites, eating away our civilisation
from within.”

The Bishop stressed: “The anti-
God, anti-Christian forces are to
be found at work in almost every
land—including the West Indies—
and almost every department of
life, In schools and universities,
corrupting the young in political
parties and trades unions; in
works and factories, in Town
Councils and local Government
and then, in some parts of the
world ‘there are governments
whose avowed aim is to destroy
the Christian Chureh, Catholic
and Protestant and the very way
of life for which she stands,

Oxford University versus Wor-
ceter, match drawn. Worcester
272 and 277 for 6 declared. Oxford
University 412 for 8 declared and
135 for 6 :



Teams Going By Air
To The Olympics

AN Olympic airlift, lasting ai-
most a month, will carry British
competitors in the Olympic
Games to and from Helsinki.

York aircraft will carry each
of the 17 teams to Helsinki fc ur
days before their sports are cue
to begin, to allow for acclimatisa-
tion and last-minute training

This will be the first time the
British teams have been flown to
the Olympic Games, although
seme teams were flown to the
Empire Games in New Zealand in
1950.

Frieze Wins Oaks

EPSOM DOWNS, May 0)

Captain A. M. Keith’s Fricze,
100 to 7 outsider on Friday won
the 174th running of the Oaos
Classic over 14 miles af the rolling
Epsom track. Winning purse was
£16,500.

Nineteen 3-year olds started in






SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE |
TS eT one
- - 5 .
' - S k A’S NEW LEADERS TAKE OATH IN NEW DELHI Rain Saves ennencnaneny Salvation Arn I 247ES OF EXCHANGE
a 3 } * y - RIDA MAY 2
nee Bu? cvINE e ~~ oS ' a - oe ] 3 Ta inidad 50 Yea ee oe
¢ * ‘* EONS de ee * VBA AND AIR % if i 2 ears sae em NEW YORK
Defence Pact Indians ; SMA Al : AES an suet sar 1
eee Our Gwn. Corre % ; % ‘ F-SPAIN, May 23. 73 110% Cat :
By HAROLD LOWRIE LONDON, May 30. ° ui i ~ m Army ill ce T1 4/10% Currene GY 9/10 %
Rain saved the Indian tourisis y i ( %/brate next mon the Gold sae Come Say "a
WASHINGTON, May 15. from defeat * — to-day % x Jubilee of its arrival in. Trinide CANADA 7 c
Australia is anxious to move where with eight wickets down, 9 * The celebrations will spread « 16 1/10% Cheques on Bankers 14 4/20%
into a front seat for the review they were still 170 runs behind “-“eGo6s 6669992 | cx weeks . Demand Draft u wr
and planning of world affairs. Somerset when play w In Carlisle Ba It was in 1902 that the first !Wwij0% Cable oi
And she starts a campaign this abandoned. The Indians’ opening y | small barid of Salvation Arr 74 G/10% Currency @ ‘wyhe *
week to do so when Prime Min- bat Ray blossomed out asa bow!- <4. cigudia S$. Sch. Enterprise ¢..| Officers .earmme to Trinidad ‘ oo To tees
+ ister Robert G. Menzies arrives er during Somerset's second i- sen. ¢ M., Sch. Sunshine R. M.V.| spread their doctrine and hetp }3* macs m
for a_ series of top important ae when ren, were #OINg Lady Joy M.V Compton, Sch Gyr E |} in curing the island’ il wero
talks with Secretary of State or quick runs. He claimed 5 for Smith, Motor vessel aor 1.549 , 7 , °
Dean Acheson. 53 with offspinners before Rogers, Mac er ee eet ae The celebration will inclu Revitalise Your .
Menzies will get down to the who made 53 declared the innings ARRIVALS holding of a congress over whi
fine detail of implementing the losed at 188 for 9. S.S. Craftsman 4,000 tons from 1 | Colonial William Sanson, Terti- wenn
all-for-one Pacific security and The tourists never looked like dad DEPARTURES torial Commander, whose he And You'll Feel Young—Leok Young >
Treaty signed by Australia, the getting the 289 needed for victory Lucille Smith, MW. hady N quarters are in Jamaica, will pr nine ages Meh oS mat Bere
United States and New Zealand, against the fast bowling of Trem- MV pias n. 53 Canadian ¢ ide; and a funds-raising drive cath : : a autler treme
and the setting up of the Pacitic and ‘the offspinners of Robi h. Philip Davidson assist expansion of the Afr Getting up Nights, Burning, [eehiry
Council, on who dismissed the first fou SEAWELL pervices eo waee a actnohe Cistiness, Fed
This will be composed of the batsmen before they reached ARRIVALS BY BWIA First operation of the Army © under Eyes, Swollen Ankles, koss of
three foreign ministers, who are double figures. ; ON FRIDAY Trinidad was the opening of ANE Reh Hit ott
expected to hold their first meet- Gopinath, 42 not out and Ad! tow Teena: . 4 es } . T - ainad , ne, NOW Creep
i i i; oe W. Weber, K. Gilman, G. Josept sailor’s home This was consid y Cheep,
ing this autumn to plan defences. kari 22, prevented a collapse wi h ON THURSDAY ered to be the most effecti s in 4 HOES
At present it is laid down that a stubborn fifth wicket stand and es “has Elizabeth K J means of inning its social acti 1 and pots
in = eeenk: ot an oraed tines sa aon tain came to rob xox. James Boyes, Mildred Chesterfe'd, | ities as there was then great necd ; , ’
on any one 01 em, each c . SOMCESet. ARRIVALS BY B.W.LA t . teanded ai ng ick, Act Now! In u
recognising it would be danger- Both Ghulam Ahmed and Ph: J- ON FRIDAY Me help ee C a x ~ " ’ tor and sane '
ous to its own peace and safety, kar who are suffering from strain From te Me , ; " da bi n § - sc Sone a re < iste I , se 2s
would act to meet the com- . erated ¢ - -: ire doubtful for the first Test «1- cioale Mr 3 So Mani bi te ea M ee — PE ere = . Cy stex':. pro:
mon danger. P . SAPS a though Phadkar batted in the Ernest Keeping narbour co Kianers. Aheumrtm. Bladder tecta vou.
That does not satisfy Australia . a ? a dad 5 Osan tourists’ second innings ARRIVALS BY BWA areas
Recent straws in the wind show- S oxy ‘ > A ninth wicket stand Of 98 WC- peom arensal FRIDAY
ing thi were a speech by the ey ? ?. ca tween Trevor Bailey and B. A 7 a W. Gitte a. « ‘ 4 4 &
U's. as ‘well ‘na questions in the ee ae aren foray Australian wie' et © Me, eeunee wi B.wtA New Loveliness For You
Ss . 3 set i : iF sOoper, delayed but could not 8
Risttalion patient “pointing MEWA-EMICTRD PRESIDENT Dr. Rajendra Prasad (left) and Vice President Sir 8, Radhakrishnan are shown veut Laneoghite’s victory Gee ihe per acise Oh ee a
oug that while Australia was ex- during the colorful ceremony in New Delhi as they took their oaths of office in the imposing Central Hall M.C.C. at Lords. Tattersall in A. Bento, i, Mussian ) ¥ ia \
pected to make its contribution of the Indian Parliament. A large portrait of Mahatma Gandhi looks down upon the scene, (International) bowled well to take 6 for. 68 in 26 | ON THURSDAY With j : } a |
to the defence of the free world, a be ,and Lancashire: wore deft to “% Teimeee cite, B. Farnum iad. i ad i
it had no say in global planning. B G M oy? Y ‘. get 85 for victory which they made Snoy!, E, Snoy!, S. Hochoy, C, Peterkin, | od
biccuscer tom auring ine else Merchant etitions Granted Communism 77°20! 25,1 bn Licey Eee 0m, has ie is eas
Washington visit will be Aus- e In the Court of a Scoreboard: Gl z en V. Brooke a Bancroft, P. Bancroft Si le Be ty PI
nen Ba : i of Ordinary yes- ° Z Glamorgan beat Lockhart, Peter Ince, Nacus Mousa Simple eauty an
tralia’s finan¢eial difficulties. W A ] terday, M atin 04 o.oo D Kent by an innings and 64 r Lysle Hive
Just what Menzies will propose ims ea granted the eee of ae isarml Glamorgan 375; Kent 209 and: 102 wor ewer eaibay eg Aw, h { ith Pylmolive Soa
5 ° i i is not i" ails ° ree * 4 " ie f ‘ash your face with Pylmolive Soap
cnnein. oe he Scene to (From Qur Own Correspondent) Tie, rs : Letters of M 9 = Mi ds Sa kaunpletedies beat Hamp "3 “Naarshal A. Marshall, M. J ' B Then, for 60 seconds, massage oak
ask for help both in Washington GEORGETOWN, B.G., May 29 Thees ‘werer. Whe ee ens in shire by five wickets. Hampshire | Alleyne, ¥. Ciaizel rr Paimolive's soft, lovely lather. Rinset
and London shortly afterwards. Lezjor Teper, Polish born B.G. Gy jog Be Wai he petition of 267 and 179 for 6 declared: No he | | Do this 3 times a day for 14 days.
He is bringing with him his businessman has been freed by dale, Riv re re of Clover- — Pi. h Wil. ants 268 for 8 declare +e a ies! CP his cleansing massage brings
Defence, Treasury and Foreign the Privy Council of a seven-year Widow re toad, St Michael, 8 op rtison for 5 ea | MAIL NOTICE ur ekin Palmotive's full
mee, + a : m mal servitude sentence i ned ow, to the estate of her hus- bee . utifying effect!
Affairs chiefs so that top level mpo. I Lancast bes C -
decisions be ade on the Justice Hughes in February, 2297 Otho McArthur Waithe, (From Our Own Correspondent) : cashire beat the M.C.C. by! watts tor St. John, N.B. and Montren ,
ecisions can ma : 2? deceased. TRINIDAD, May eight wickets. M.C.C. 231 and 182)». the 1 Os ‘on
spot 1951 for y setting fire to “ “yy, wate v4 , (Barnett 57 flee Jb) the M.V. Canadian Constructor
Spo, his dry business, and his fr, W. W. Reece, Q.C,, in- Yhe Bishop of Trinidad, the La , Bailey 45 not OUT); | be closed at the General Post Omer |
wite's Regent Birect property. structed by Mr. G. L. W. Clarke, Rt. Rev. D. J, Wilson, last Monday Lancashire 329 and 85 for 2, 1 Wedel Aah -Middikeccd Malle at 90
C S A ointments Following the jury's guilty ver- Solicitor, of Cottle Catford & Go evening told his flock gathered Somerset va. Indians, match | careel eg Registered Mails at 9 a.
« Os APP diet Defence Counsel asked the “PPeared for the petitioner. in the Cathedral of the Holy ro Somerset 330 and 188 for} June, 1982
The following appointments in J to reserve law points for ,, he petition of Albert Edward Trinity; that the threat to the i Mf Sadan Indians 238 and 119} ——~— a ethical ee
ai % a S deesiae eave. eae by the West Indian Forde of Whitehall, St. Michael, Christian Church “is disarming "Ge sadbnes ‘
inate with effect from the dates Court of Appeal but after hearing Sneaweer to the estate of to many peéople’s minds.” Match d 6 ershine versus Sussex. |
tioned hereunder:— the arguments the Judge refused haat, Stuart late of Near Fast His Lordship, who was deliver- i 5 ee Sussex 208 and 242 ;
mentione er ' to entertain the application. oint, St. Philip ing his sermon in connection with f° 9. Gloucestershire 447 for 7 *
Mr. L. Hoyte to be Captain, Later a successful application Petition of Constance Beatrice declared.






etiti rice if there i The popularity of John White shoes is built on
new petitive price re is proper and 6.00 a.m. on Thursday. People, the Bishop added, were the race exclusively for fillies ‘ Mas DEPENDABILITY. Comfort
pppointment about the 4th June, contact between the importers and F. A. Bullen, Superintendent of euhag used to ba told these Frieze an English bred horse, won VALUE, s well as P he ae
1952. the United Kingdom manufactur- the Cemetery, reported the inci- things. Then he asked: “How by three lengths from Zabara, an- and style? — Yes, certainly - they are as easy~
gs — benefit peste ee dent to the Police. Nothing was much difference is it making to oa se bred, Moon Star was fifting and smart looking as you could wish. But
s ose trade connection eady stolen. their loyalty to the Church and in third place. / el ha = 1 i kas
Fire At Vaughn S exists through which information Gwendolyn Clarke of the Child- thelr a nan go Christian Zabara was second favourite a their outstanding VALA hr 8 what men expect and ; on market conditions and supply ren’s Goodwill League, Constitu- witness? ” 9 to 2, Moon Star, owned by always get when they insist on shoes made by P
One and a half acres of fourth egpects is fully exchanged. tion Road, reported that an un- —_ as pbs taplncctieane «WOOL Woodward of New York, Jobn White. See them for yourself in leading
crop ripe canes were burnt when H.M. Government are anxious known boy snatched two purses were stolen trom his home be- was 9 to 1—C.P.

a_ fire
Plantation, St.

occurred at Vaughn’s
Joseph at about

to promote common interest M

containing keys and money. They
Colonial consumers and home in-

} tween 6.45 a.m, and 12.15 p.m
are the property of Phylis Year-

stores throughout Barbados,
on Thursday.

SNAKE KILLED







7.30 p.m., on Thursday, They are dustries by encouraging these wood and Muriel Elliot of the A gold ring was stolen when A snake about a foot long wa
the property of Joes River Estates trade contracts and by stimulating Leasue. The incident occurred on the house of Goulbourne Cummins killed yesterday on an alley
Ltd., and weré insured: enquiries about type deliveries Thursday. mc. ' of Spring Farm, St. Thomas, was Upper Broad Street. It as
A quantity of trash was also and prices of textiles in special eke teas en ai eta ae broken oA pro ae 9.30 seen crossing thhe road by a
mnt i i emand in the Colonial market. y Lord’s Hill, St. Michael, re- p.m, on Wednesday and 7.30 4.M. passerby who severed the -
burnt in this fire. dema ported that a quantity of articles on Thursday. Quite a number



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ASA ANOATE raters | VOBODY’S || PHOTOGRAPHS |

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anus patient ;Monda;—Do vou know where is Jessamine



the slaves and to halt the arc comes, the Registry — wes Avenue’ I thought not. Look next . |

Saturday, May “1. 1952 A Changed Soriety tivities of those who were evad- abandoned by the Ho a
ng the Act of 1607, by smug- mons. But the Secret

tee eur £ung sieves

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of Com-
of State you're driving down Beckles Read. it
mtv the colonies. for the Colonies, Lorg Safhurst





Some time vetore

‘| ADVOCATE STATIONERY



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left hand side. But don't seis





















































J nen John Beckles was The af strenuously oppus- mete a let to the Governor} j
bern he ideal the Ghece>- ot . ee ae ae to find any jessamines. They grow near |}
. > —_— tor ot i = ec i West indies In Bar- of each West indian color 7 2 ve }
Ww oO M E NX pte! vathaD sociely bad ub- badeos, the slaves, who vaguely secommending that the various St. Paul's Avenue. That is frangipani | aa f
eg in the early das afer its se ersy ‘that raged between ‘the ure that would atidin the same jessamines grow near St. Paul's Avenue ,
Dr. HYACINTH MORGAN the Grenada- rs mei, the populstion of Bar- planters and the English aboli- object as thx Registry Bill Some people spell jessamine “Jasmine”, |} |
<9 SaGds consisie® manuy of while tionists, came to believe that Beckles teck the fi opportunits é a ‘s
born member of the Uriited Kingdom Par- mali farmers, who owned 2 few their freedom had been granted to recommend < lar measure but it's really safer to call the one near}
ss ‘ acres ach rhs stur- . aie * 4 “ aa all mia vie “ om .
liament has om many occasions stressed pon pliner oor pina tien a w og ae at eens See _ favourable receptic = St. Paul's Avenue Plumere Rubra.
. c a its © help them 1 2210 iy heir masters. The ai- the ouse TT. such 2 Bill . .
that until there is greater respect for West raise crops of tobacco antl ‘titude of the planters, who op- stripped of the clauses that in- There's a long tale about how Frangi- |} @
x ae cotian. if was @ society in whi ~ t Cg Isr, a : : a |
indian women it is impossible to actueve @ properties ‘wns ‘widely diaktGanes ae oes — Aiphone - a Gor, ge aga aga pam came to be « name of the Jessamine }
triput t 1 ve - better West Indian society. atiy half of the population creased the icions of the reasonable objection i : but that's copyright in the Alcoa Book on | )
aie . ae - wVving 2 Stake m the cour slaves. That wus t ati to the r ae re ’ nee
a publicity has been given it But douse Jong the econsey af onct a cantie soled Die anne Se eas ae he eclared in 2 Piewees obtainable chiefly in Port-of-/}}
. : _ a came af sort of t i e memar beech. i might > â„¢
© West Indies to Dr. Morgan's statement ~ ane was completely ters had long feared. For, during good and could do no possible pale for more American dollars than |} The best way you know how- |
changed. The imtrotiuction of ii 782 3 rose arm: and ii-was “filly adequ: ae Len een 9 i ;
of these evident faci suget and the ponsbliuce et ie APE. JMS tee Scgroee oe ap Levu and Hat “iuly adeuuste| © T've yet been sble to hoard. seems that! - 144 ¢55 auality branded |
* : i. . 2 . et = Dee ciel ‘ ro ae . 7 iP 2 . talanbe ; = > yy
insufficient publicity has also been given ats uctor get ee ge scale a i, one of the most formidable The planters could still abject to frangipani is a French perfume (not/# Bt
ted men whe could affor c ‘+ 2 s iT) aut iW
te the work that is ber done for West sem aoe Sar ae oe insurrechonsir the island's the Bill on the ground that it Ingrid Bergman's: hers smelis like in- if PAINTS, ENAWELS, VARNISHES :
te the Ss ng buy big qientations. Gradual ‘ides sought % prevent what had ' :
. } shit « ae a § " o ‘ + ++ . + ) +
Indian women: and for the work that re- a — white farmer wa The Barbadian planters oppos- never happened. that me Africans cemse. But getting back to St Paul's|# that guarantee long run economy? |
: a OToeG anc ne s ‘ =e : ‘tear had been 7 tr in r mee t r < 7 - ?
mains to be done. There has been m re- paves of the mdenturer serv <= we ——— aan a (100 and pes at Eo nape — nue. Something very strange about }
were talc th fim. STounts. The : ; = - aieaaiia Be alte ae D |!
cent pears in this island a mesumgence of pated aac ay Shousanas Gi im- -., staves had been illicitly am- imported. This quetifer Be avenue. BM hasn't got a wall (and /{f
] viet Atvieen exives no slaves had been illic n eel ; , )
imierest about women's welfare and the This change was ‘1 ported into the isiand since the a mpathy and s ‘ty you know that one about St. )) And that goes for jobs ashore |
se aes | a Setes . aie the abolition of the siave trade. They € c_that what was tay a treme * : : hes 1 |
struggling YW .C.A., movement has this ese ard a a disp contended that ‘tie Gili nownam Herbadoc-wa: Paul, the basket and the wall). I and afloat! |
5 E and healt: the island * at iad in England anc in >
vear been voved S480 br the Government did men like Sir Peve sought to obtain « registry ef Known 7 —s astead a glorious bougamvillaea oo |
of Barbatios ae ae _mepitiation more effective than a wall in keeping jf |
“gy ; ‘tee people out and of course too beautiful |
Tr a —— She . .
The Government aiso contributes $354 for words. There are plenty of walls i] 0
annually ip the umes Association however back of St. Paul's which spoil - ” "



$720 to the SF avis

anti $720 tp the Garis

the landscape and proclaim “here begin- | {ft
wth the Bay Street Housing Estate”

where live the rugged individualists.”
(PS. Hush you fool. You promised to}
keep politics out of this. So I did Par-

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mauch alone from the Government as the



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$53,280 annually to the University College
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tion
prueior:
Sin vex

Tuesday—My memory is like a sieve. To-|
dey I saw a push cart with letters. I can't |
' remember whether they said “Stap me}

"mh



It is obvious from these few statistics a or if you want me” or “if you want me stop
thet if the stetus of West Indian women 5 fer

me” or “it you want me stop me anc
call”. Icouldn't have wanted him. But

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camps t t
must come from other than government outnurntering ne let that pass A COMPLETE RANGE OF THESE
the white planter: stead De |
Sources. coming more and more obsesset Wednesdey—Olive trees do grow in Barba- | FINE RECEIVERS
5 with ‘the of @ Slawe insur- =
The generosity of the people of the West rection dos. But not the Mediterranean olives | 5-TUBE TABLE MODEL RADIO —
dies was specifically recognised by the ii was in such 2 sucial climate vou eat at other peoples’ cocktail parties 6-TUBE TABLE MODEL RADIO : '
re 7 e ; a: s wed this lif. te . $-TUBE TABLE MODEL EADIOGEAM 275.00
Comptroller for Development and Welfare me € the The pop-gun shooting olives One of 330.00
" ‘a = ) 6 Assemb it T82 ant hme thon ; — yutsia i
in this report for 1940—42 ne 2 — i “ { Sout ft m Mihes to y Seve Colonial Secretary's window. I am g0- LET Us DEMONSTRATE ONE OF THE ABOVE SETS
One of the most striking features of the vears. He was # succe plant- to make him a present of a pop-gun | AXD JOIN THE HUNDEEDS OF SATISFIED OWNERS.
ext lies” 3 ont “is ¢ : ture ex, bemg the owner of o pre- . }
West Indies” he noted, “is the expenditure ome te tear Meade a oe so that when there is too much noise in °
of large amounts of money in weekly doier Michael and Baxters in St. Am- the Silent Zone be can hear himself
and in smalier ways of charitable someties on = iy hoo agen. the shooting DA COSTA i coe.. LID.
" ‘ . , buudit 20 Showy may — se
connected with the Churches and by mer- Mansius and his @: When is a zone not a silent zone
~} ~e omd oft _ Ss chee) then a
chants, shopkeepers and others i “Chertes Sine aa i aed A. When it is in town

vack to Culloden Road z





s dens
To-day that generosity of the West In- to Bay Street. Beckles was thus |\Thursdey—I bet you two cross-word prizes}
dian peoples is becoming sorely tamed : <— of substance, beside: for the Farnum for Finland Fund that |
rine 2 perry pos m it oi LOT
Every year sees increased demands on the House and 2 the you dont know what a brart is. Bea

ivate ix jduals xd 4com > and @ue course be became c
pr ida. als an a General and then Atiorney Gen-

newspaper relief and appeal funds have | eral of the island. Mis son, John slewes by imposing 2 tex om
ad become roufine affairs Aiepnt Beckles, later Decame every sieve owner m Barbados
- . = ae Y > : Lh c on woe “ty v oo eg +
Th aa ites Gov + of President of the Council and On this point they refuses eR netias i Saale sa allied
ne very fact that the Government of three times acted as Governor compromise. For ther claimed c Calyx. If you don't know what a caly
Barbad« nould sider the Y.WCA ' of Barbados; while this granmtisun, that the right of omposing tames Bu Beckles also songs } hw ee ‘tionary. What put
pades shel Sie sca re Edward Hyndman Beckles, be- on the people of Barbados and . prove the oocanion by cbserving is 400k it Up in @ qicuionar y ra ;
less in need of assistance from the S.P.C A. came Bishop of Sierra Leone. of passing lews for Ms mierna + the aslupd's slave lows wore ne on to Bracts was bougainvillaea. The
exon” cee Se “Tae: ‘4 yi i
ne owers of bougainvillaea are, says my} The game of games with



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S| ‘s how j agrees } or- The highwey, new cz Teguigiien wes vested the —“s mos sanguiuaryr
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an's recipe for th elmprovement of West the power and imfiue once consent of the King and the it was true, he cone le encyclopedia “arranged in groups Li © uipment fr magnifi-
ie paar sad Sotanace aust sue Soe aa es rag | rieke oe a
indian society. ae ee could“ cnr tate vn pre Ashe Ae of threes, and are surrounded by an in-}} cent and low priced selec-
7 dian mids c ri © be safely or advan ¢ wr to : , . 2 . i -
; ‘ 5 1A _ Anti-slavery ling 2 sea by those who % the lews -were Qucre of petaloid bracts There's a uon.
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nine iridretown who alwavs wears |
to offer the colonies.” measure 2 man in Bridgetown who always

be done to the island if the generous con-










r the prospect wes not be bougainvillaea. True he wears it with a E :
tribution to the University College of the Sruspere,, Constructive Statesmanship = expunged trom the pre a % wears it with chains, old | Indian Cricket Balls from
West Indies were reserved instead for the Engiand was Jonn Beckles was as firm a> There were other sihone ee “Ai © wears it Sas Balls $2.62 and English makes by
traini 4 payment of y W.C.A. official ' g to expre iieelf as D8 fellow planters in opposing that Beckies had to met. Far metal and whatever else he fancies. But | Wisden, Lillywhite, etc.
training and payment ¢ fs ais ?





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ai the 2 t is significant thet at the peak clared that the-island- had been in Bridgetown. The other day a cow)
, lanier: regarded ith alarm 7% Ss a oe . ae 3 e
everything and the fact that welfare work ar eieaant the «rowing % the crisis — he ‘was then attacked “‘with so much gaily caparisoned with Bougainvillaea |
; : yreat z yol- movement im favour of aboli- aker of the House of Assem- steble vebemenre ” the at 7 . fe
for women offers so great a scope for vol Sia ian S008 tee Slenas of Con voice was beard speak- db the claim of the rownd her horns walked under the win- | Denis Compton among others.
untary workers is from many viewpoints mons took 2 siep thal seemed - ng the laws respecting the pass laws fc

dows of the Comptroller of Customs and |
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on Of the ee cvloured people and the ulation

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desirable, but particulerly because volun | foreshadow ‘th ef the island and urging colonies. Beckles emp



















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‘ sleve trade. For in that wear a ised e . -
tary movements encourage private initi- ceodation was pase cating te Bouse t jegislation for however, that tthe British Gov- in the direction of the slaughter house. | Wickets M.C.C. size and Brass a
ative more than state-administered ongani- on the planters to take proper ‘the improvem of their condi- 9 ernn Was wowilling to exer- : nt j ruled and Shod .... @ $11)
. ie . ” am 4 care of their sleves and thu uer That such @ constructive cise the right they claimed un- ieliadionn is becoming gay. j
sations remowe all necessity ft icy was needed at the time to sess they were driven to do sc = rh * y that window dress- |
hacer ae ae save the reputation of the island by the refusal of the colonies to eS. want « Pay .
Unfortunately voluntary work requires years later—when Je enh gacane- med a ae ae hae “generally consid- ing is not taught in the ee a ads & Gloves
i *, imted Atterney the planters maintained that the «red a: highly necessary t eye a . o buv fvin
voluntary contributions and as the Comp- etn thee ce cane survaction was. des 00 the nal~° Gade” G8 was same astidtect Friday—Refused this morning t ne 2S E | 3 ; ;
troller for Development and Welfare by the British Parliament tion of the English abolition~ te Barbadian pride fish for a penny at half past nine. | A wide range of sizes and
"The passing of thet act had : there were others who British G wermmnent Smeit j Prices
nolicec ten years ago large amounts of disturbix eflect on the West @reued that the revolt was due the Bill mare pre r
money are already expend ded by charitable Indian planters. To those es- ‘© “the fact that, while the slave colonia] measyre and that they dia Saturday—There is no need to erect a statue
| pecially, who profited directly codes in the other islands had mot propase to interfere ‘unless to the originator of the Bushe experi-
societies, merchants and shopkeepers from the sleve trade, it was a ‘een révined, ameliorating the they were compelled 10 do so ir : a 0S a
: | shattering blow. Wilberforce had 4° of the blacks to a consider- the interest of the slave pepeia- ment : ; e e
There has been, too, a great change in succeeded in the first part of @me ' exter * Soe - Seated tien ae @: Beckles mai Just leave the Bay Street window as it |
inhe island sind be y ‘ crusade and they set fo won- ‘"®meined practically umchang tamed e Mother Countr; had , i
: this island and other parts of the West In- ee ae aa a, Moreover "the planters, in their placed a confidence ip the Bar is. i
1 dies since 1942 because of increased taxa- | snother campaign that uld ee = = oa ———. thet they would pass 2 Q@. Seen any oases recently? /
* a “<0 A ‘ 2 6 er of taxataon Dy tT Regist »eir wr , ;
tion, inereased elaims from organisations excite “il-degped expectations 1) re

“i cir- A. Yes, one at the Colony Club.

that camnot be gratified But, perial Government were ex- pian
cuiring only thet’

and increased cost of living and adminis- amid all the prophecies of gloom, 05 : = hey! a. domaging cums oer res
trative expenses. The dilemma facing Bar- Beckles kept his head and of- 280k Se Ras te ae
ra? : ? ee aCImE Hat feted no opposition to the f side the island. “How is it,” Dr us did John Berkles help

ss hain ts 4 Ts 30 . y
bados then is how to utilise the wide- submitting that Barbados, with Johnson had once asked of thé settle an issue in a manher that! OUR TOWN

j > Anainenioee slaves and their Planters in the Southern States brough satisfaction to the!
awake social conscience of a people at a iis ‘pennber of i of America, “that we hear the Mother Countre aod cnedit. tof













FOR THE

| rate of reproduction, had mo de-







}
J m t os he loude elps of liberty from the ; . acinus ;
time when everything depends on fundsto | sire either to perpetuate the ‘oudest yeips 0 Zz mm 1 his native lend His ievel- , ]
; = slave trade jor to evade any act oF!¥ of Negroes?” Similar headed and eonsimicfive states-| (By BEVERLY BAXTER) i ate
achieve success. + for ite abolition. opinions were now being freely manship brought advantage ta) 2 ; OLIDAY Ss.
In 1815 the English ebolition- €©*pressed about the West Indian the slaves for i m Ge those who | WE who live in St. John’s Wood may be ;
Even the young Y.W.C.A., movement | ists took another step in their P# had care of 1k __



“more caa-| part ef London, but we are also a com-





ine ; a ee . sustained efforts to improve the With a yeer, Jobn Beckles tious not t abuse or negiect! .
— limited nee cam oo to the jot of the Negro slawes. A Regis- received the chance to give prac-. them.” I resiored tra moulility munity on eur own. You may have read | Insist On
island’s women costs substantial sums to try Bill was introduced into the tical effect to his ideals. As 2 after 2 troubled period end pre-! that a - at 7 %
? . ; 2 G perioc and pr t, ome night last week, the Queen
z $ pe a a House of Commons with « two result of the slave insurrection pared the islang to mect the}. - ANCHOR PR
Fun at its present standard oA achievement: fold aim. It sought to keep 2 in Barbados and of the wide-~ ewen grester issues thet lay in | Mother, Princess Margaret, and the Duch- = ODUCTS
if it is to pay a highly trained Y.W.CA check on the mortality among spread opposition in other col- tu - } ess-of Kent came here to listen to Franz
‘ leader whose efforts will lead to the growth





Osborn the pianist. HAMS ji
and expansion of the Y.W.C.A. movement ee aes Soon, the Mild thermeid Theatee ait in | in Tins
on an island-wide basis it will need con-

' . = 2-Ib, 6-1, 10-1
; : . & an enchanted.Grove, will be playing the :
siderably more money, than it now has. | Our Readers Say: Berd. Later on, we shall have old Etonians |$ “Se tn ua
> 7} 4 2 ; Brisket i i
There seems only one way out of the | i with their tall daughters and top-hatted oe + in tins





































7 a ee ex it of “Unity, but amd political 1 rs made! sons, parkin r the annual . — ;
difficulty which faces the Y.W.C.A., and all nt ian” Ooo ea Ras een aa ai a. a their cars fo a |@ Roast Beef in Tins, 2% size
other associations engaged in social work Trade Unions And Political A pst ake : affairs may rise from any of| a ee : : i
é‘ ' ng vit When however, your leader- 4 mumber of causes, ome off The only drawback is that Hamish
in Barbados today. The government must Parties writer proceeds to complain »e, ch, I woul still contend.| pr. iis ie , : Se i Ser . Ye
istroihice legislatic ok ’ cthile that I had spoken of @ shortage ould be the smallness of the amilton, the publisher {who lives oppo- ur
vs 2 een eae + ee of my ning Consequentl community itself site me), is going to give a garden party
‘ot o The Editor btn. my — : ; community itself. me y y
for companies and individuals to deduct To The Editor, The Advocate— Barbados is clearly under a 2 - going gt g P WEEK-END PARTY
from income tax returns sums paid 1 SIR,—Your leadir ticle of ™isapprebension. I have 10 Your leader-writer’s second) to celebrate his firm’s 21st anniversary.
a 12 x eM 1s Surmsé D i Ww - ag . MAGI : . might? nd “ys £ on Pr)‘ 4 } >
ee a ' ee, ee od : uke ate on” weenie ‘politics tad Gres casei Authors are such untidy folk that they Sandwich Bread
proyvea ana roperiy congauctec ab&s ia- “ge ‘ pubis sarbacian pliti .aBOd on misun a in Se : wes ; - Carr’ a
in ee oth : ob Bestia as su did not, so far meanine Consequentiy,| Will almost certainly lower the social tone a aceon
ore th euch With the fire. 2.2 < member, mention a it) of the neighbourhood. Red Cheese FRESH
miy if such legislation is passed is there , it f either 2 by mame at any » any discus-j} - De Mace ae
ae ae ae ‘rai * tes Rl: puint lecture. Whether I have been (or,! PRECEDENCE Cheese in Tins j
any real hope of the Y.W_C.A. fulfilling th« / ’ ys has @ shortage or a le Bart intend y z Canada Dry Drinks VEGETABLES
; 7 : Son ; politics your party be pa atone ta Fe ees fe re — = I have a card of invitation from Briga- Gold Braid Rum
role which it ought to play in the life of merely ti nstrument of the uperabu it tal- become) a party aS igre ; d Rum
ing And until the on of I ahaa ane om ot, ent is a ma t of my con- DM. BEL | dier “Blastino” Critchley inviting his
sarpagos. ANG until) the majority of bar c S i 2 rt nd ar within th aM E i - z
a, xan tin the ss add that“ : t — oe naa to drink with him in the country
bacGian women al iree irom tne present — VWwCA ; . . . ”
- i es ? ; 1 « as where the YMCA | as a preliminary to a golfing “hole in one” $
timia wihiict snow D , f > : = .
ey ) ‘ j competition :
> 14 eg at nopes can ne enter- r : os oe ‘
ee, e all the ; t least ‘he has arranged the activities $
tainex improved society? ving ser S



4 in ‘ae right order.—L.ES,

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SATURDAY, MAY 31,



2 @ From Page 1
tifiecates, but would be felt
‘hroughout the island jn years to
come when the fruits
training would be disseminated
by the teachers throughout the
island. 4

“I have always thought that in

wae: fee Cee ont & Streets, Speightstown, on secondary schools had had to be TH ¢ AG s
. id, “whether it be ; Thursday night hauling away put in the lower forms of the | W/ DISTIN. ADVANTAGE.
elementary, secondary or first SELL-OUT AUDIENCE jammed the Coleridge and henareas of dollars’ worth of main school although they were sTiNcT

grade, putting aside everything

else, a lot depends on the per-
sonality of the teacher.”

No Substitute

He said that there could be no |)
substitute for teachers who had |

love for their calling, to whom
it was areal vocation and to
whom there was the knowing
that they had an opportunity of
rendering a service to the com-
munity,

And he was certain that to
all from time to time there would
come the satisfaction of know-
ing that, and that sustained them
even through those periods of
utmost gloom.

It was that sense, that higher
sense of vocation which buoyed
teachers along, even, as he had
said, in the most dull and depress-
ing hours.

In the life of every teacher,

of their ©

1952

Teachers Get



MR. J. W. B. CHENERY

see that We are not left behind
a the race for adopting these new
ideas,

Change Necessary

Pocket Theatre Group
Play to Large Audience

Goodwill League
with certificates of merit by Mrs. mad

L. Payne yesterday at the Chil- < :
dren’s Goodwill Lea sent. And so were Sir Toby Belch

They w

Parry School Hall—built to accommodate 400—on Wednes-

day evening when the Pocket Theatre Group of Bridgetown

oo Shakespeare’s ‘Twelfth Night’ or ‘What You
in,

Lasting for about three hours, the show did not cause a
dull moment for the audience. Every act drew hearty ap-
plause from them. During the acts, smiling faces showed
their appreciation.

Goodwill League
Nurses Presented
With Certificates

Three nurses of

A large part of the audience was
comprised of school children; most
of whom went to the show in
organized groups. The other part
of the audienee was chiefly made
up of residents of St. Peter and
the adjoining parishes.

“Malvolio” (Steward to Olivia),
,. played by Frank Collymore, seem-

the Children’s eq to be the favourite of the audi~
were presented ence, judging from the remarks
e by many of the people pre-

gue Centre. (uncle of Olivia) James Grossmith
ere Nurse P. Harewood, —"Feste”, a clown, Idris Mills—

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

ertificates



Store Broken

THIEVES broke into the
“Labourite” Store at the junc-
tion of Church and Orange

cloth and other goods. The
store is run by an Indian, Mr.
Kesseram.

Luckily for Mr. Kesseram
almost all—if not all—of the
goods have been recovered
While two of the thieves were
escaping with some of the
goods in grips, P.C. Howard
of Speightstown Police Post,
detected and chased them.
They dropped the grips and
made good their escape.

Other goods were found on
the beach of Orange Street.
A street lamp is just ten yards
from Mr. Kesseram’s store
but it was not burning, A
hasp and lock were removed
frdm one of the doors,





Sir John Returns



Primary Education
@ From Page 1

from the teaching of Latin and
Spanish then they could be taught.
Latin And Spanish

He realised that to introduce
that aspect of the system indis-
criminately would be useless, but
he was fortified in the view by
the fact that certain pupils of
elementary schools who hag left
tnuse schools and had gone on to

bright in English and Arithmetic
simply because they had not been
taught a language.

He had also given thought to
the possibility of Spanish be-
coming very useful to the Barba-
dian because of the potentialities
of the tourist traffic with Ven-
‘ezuela and other Spanish speak:
ing countries. ‘i

|

Small Number

He was aware that only a small
number of schools and pupils
were in fact teaching Latin and |
Spanish at present. |

Asked whether he was in effect |
aiming at free Secondary Educa- |
tion, Mr, Reed said that he ws.

He expressed himself in favour
of Compulsory Education but
pointed out that the accommoda-
tion problem would first have to
be mastered.

He told the Press that at present

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“ : 5 5 { Sones the total expenditure for the -irri Senact . 2 tet
every school master. there would. ..We, would in my opinion be Nurse E. Grimes and Nurse D. Sir Andrew Aguecheek — Miles From Inquiry the | total expenditure on dollars | Pleasant * non-irritant + invigorating + insecticidal
be such times, he said, as would 0ing the very gravest disservice Danielwho received 95, 92 and 90 Skewes-Cox and “Maria”—Elean- and of this two million dollars

make him wonder whether what oe educational future of the Marks respectively in their ex- or Hewitt-Myring. Sir John Saint returned by were used on Eduction and that

he was doing was really worth. Colony if we attempted to main- ¢@minations. “WAR IS A necessary evil” was B.W.1I.A. yesterday morning percentage was higher than in

while, but the reflecting know-
ledge that what he was doing

tain unchanged that system laid
down sixty, seventy,

or eighty present the certificates, Mr. John «g,

Before calling on Mrs. Payne to debated by the old scholars and
eniors present scholars of St.

from Grenada where lie had been
appointed a Special Commission

any other British West Indian

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5 ; ; ny. subsidiary company of Imperial Che strl
would bear fruit, perhaps not im- ¥&@?S 480. ora! M.B.E., said that it Silas Girls’ School, St. James in {0 investigate the present posi- oper 30.000 In Schools A subsidiary company of Imperial Chemical Industries Limited
i 6 ; as y < ' i . . i. " * . . i . .

ea in Ge eons “While the basis may remain jittee voor eames. ee ies the school room, st ad pea. on pty rs gyn’ the colony's He further pointed out that SOLE AGENTS AND DISTRIBUTORS
3 a bi ursda’ - e ore were roximate rty |
kept him going throughout his reine hee ee etn League saw the necessity for jowed rey a sronrernane ty "ataabs Government on future policy. Sete fe ee to ‘aeqnati- +6 mare Sa -
career which was sometimes to meet the changing thoughts and opening a day nursery for the ical gramaphone music, He told the Advocate that he sony. schools and there was ac- ee sities stein __ Ph.ags
throughout his life span. derheiits: ofthe exact 2 benefit of assisting working The Literary Group of St. Silas Spent most of his time interview? (¢ modation “for twenty-five eae A

Of all education, he said, through which we are passing. adie st 7 ee their children js run by St. Silas teachers aided 42 = eee: beoee tee thousand ‘at ten square feet per

a : * while at work. ' ‘ + 4.0w had to write his report for the 7
whether classical, mathemati We cannot be content to rest on ; : by Mr. O. W. Weekes, District * child. :
scientific or suateee. - teketee our, sures ape think Pia all oeastin of comes oon oan Welfare Officer for the area.© Government. Compulsory education would FOR BEST RESULTS FROM YOUR
which is needed to be done has j¢ stude :

A ten minute electric cut was
experienced in Speightstown. on
Thursday night. The street lights

inerease that number to at least
forty thousand and that would
mean finding accommodation for

was the ministering to the pecu-
liar qualities of man’s mind, soul,
and spirit, things which aimed at

He said that Grenada like Bar-

as student nurses by giving: them Mahle chi nveteeaati: ihe
Ss, ) 8 an e

jectures
for

been done and that no new devel-

opments aré necessary. in theory and practice

12 months. Three of these

STOCK

raismg him above the level to
which humanity if left alone was

“Therefore I feel confident that

uurses had satisfied the examiner,

and house lights all went off
around 7.30 o'clock.

canes were drying up very badly.
It was estimated that the crop

another ten thousand.
He suggested to the Press that

Dr. A. W. Scott, and the certifi- which should finish in another ; s for

apt to sink. ees So catoodts og hee with cates of merit will enable them For the past three weeks, resid« week or ten days, would be about they run 8 sempelgn * ene USE

Quoting, he said, “Education is the modern development and 10 take up responsible positions. ents of the town have been 2,200 tons of sugar as compared Planting trees al Wie wy soos
not. 00. mich the soquisitionaas ents will play their part Mrs. Payne said that she was ¢Xperiencing electric cuts. With last year’s record crop of School because i ioe dren out- ||| KOSSOLIAN MINERAL MIXTURE with Vitamin D.
knowledge but the formation of jy making their ee eihintor to pleased to see the nurses do so Not functioning since last 2,750 tons. they could vt anes rg ap FOR CATTLE
good habits” and said that that our educational development.” well in their examinations ana December, the Assembly Singers _ doors in the oo" a rovintind «ine
was as true to-day as it was a " at the end of Mr. Chenery’s hoped that they would continue Of Speightstown are hoping’ to Before going to Grenada, Sir in — tomfortahle con/i- anes a he fend
eentury ago when it was uttered| Agaress, the Principal of Erdiston their good work. begin practising next month, John spent two days in St. packed at must inevitably obtain A general Tonic and Appetizer, Damp the fee

* ic s J

by Bishop Rawle. nl
As Wordsworth said,

“We live by admiration, hope and
love,

And even as these are well and
wisely fixed,

In dignity of being we

“I think,” he said,

ascend.”

“that that
triple combination is also an in-

moved a vote of thanks,

Those who received certificates sented to the nurses,
clothing sent for the poor by the

Children’s
Miss M. E. Bailey, Mr. C. W. Boston

W. Best, Mr. T. Blackman, Mr. yYoore and Mrs. John Browne of
Boston were distributed.

were: —

S. W. Blades, Mr. H. H, Brome,
Miss G. L. Clarke, Miss U. Clarke,

There have got a new supply

After the certificates were pre-
the

gifts of of music from America,
‘Advocate’ was informed.
They are over 20 voices who
are trained by Mrs. Joseph
Haynes of ‘Camelot,’ St, Peter.
THE FIRST Sugar factory of
the Leeward Parishes to end its

Goodwill League of
sponsored by Miss V.

Another gift is expected soon,





a to see Mt. Bentenck Sugar
ctory which is about the same
size as the Grenada Sugar Factory.
e went there with the object
f seeing how the sugar industry
was organised and run in order
to give as much information as
possible on the running of a small



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; - Mrs,:H. Corbin, Mr. C, L. Cuff- . Ps ‘ 1952 crop will be Springhall, St, {#ctory making about 3,000 tons also KOSSOLIAN IODIZED SALTS
dispensable part of a teacher’s jey Mr. W. R. A. Dash, Miss fe cma rae a en ee Lucy, Shick is expan ie finish ©f sugar. | AT KOSSOLIAN IODIZED SALT LICKS
GUNES — Aiea HOM ot ee great ff 'L. Deane, Mr. W. C. Edey, sie had distributed the clothing, to-day (Friday). | ;
things of the mind and _ spirit. Mr. G. A. Holder, Miss H. H. Springhall has made this crop | ¢ ?
hope which springs eternally and poppin, Mr. I. J. King, Mr. R. E. Raia eie in the vicinity of 9,500 tons of On Bond F |
cat will one day become anamas MMEMG Met Sac eT Se BCA. Pay Tribute Sty inet Snag fe '

Miss D. P. Maycoc (elec. ‘ te. ¥ , HEAD'S ;

ment of the community and love ycCollin, Miss Z. Reeves, Miss °°" ” ay TIDUTE January 8tt Assaulting P.C. | WEATHER KNIGHT S LTD.
which as you know to quote the yg. Riley, Miss R. M. Skeete, T C A B ° h sa : |
authority ofthe apostle Paul, is yiss J. M. Skinner, Mr. J. M. oO ° ° rail waite Labourer His Worship Mr. E. A, Me
the greatest of the three. = Slocombe, Mr. W. C. Stuart, Miss Police Magistrate of’ Dis- °

“The interest in education in TRIBUTE was Leod, Police a e

this island has always been great,”

i : 9O90GGCS
he said, “and it is an interest oott, Miss S. Ward, Mr. G. L. Braithwaite, sportsman and Poli- i : Rock of Belle Gully, St. Michael,
wich pope wi never allot Wun MG." Wats Mi Sen no atc Nonny Ne srg Star tmanded oti ss tao Rep | vende Redes —
falter. We live in a day when F, Weir, Mrs. L. White. when the Barbados Cricket ; the peace when he found him | Evenflo Teats ‘ =

everything is changing and I am

i j i i i f assaulting Police Con- | Evenflo Caps & Dises
confident that the experis, the | Gordon Collin, Majarie, Hen; General Meeting yesterday even- before , His, Worship, Mr. JB 4; Sule Roach on May 29, | Gator Roach Hives %
fo the study of these matters have prizes for reliability and W. C. ing in the George Challenor nistrict’ “a”, charged with the Caroid & Bile Salts Tablets | 5

a fair chance of knowing about it:
“It is up to this community to

N.

E. E. Taitt, Miss M. C. Taitt,
Miss H, E. To

ithwai , Memorial Stand, Members stood in
‘allop, C: WwW. Braitiwaite and ince as a token of respect to the
memory of Mr.

Walcott for practise teaching.



B.F.F.A. Trophies Presente

in, Miss M. Wal- memory of the late Christopher A.

Association held

the memory of one of the original

members of the Association, Sir
Allan Collymore, Presidept of the

paid to the

Remanded

until June 6, when he appeared

their Annual

larceny of four cotton vest shirts,

Mr. J. S. B. Dear is appearing
in the case on behalf of Holmes
while Sgt. King attached to Central
Station is prosecuting for the
Police from information received.

Holmes was taken into custody

Braithwaite,
In asking members to honour

trict “A”, yesterday placed Clyde

Rock was also fined 10/- for
using indecent language on the
Wharf. Police Constable Roach
said that while he was on duty
along the Wharf he heard the
defendant using abusive lan-
guage. He spoke to him and he
still continued,

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Neilson’s Cherries in
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Association said: Eat More (Peanut Chew)

by P.C. 366 Thompson,

Mr. O. S. COPPIN, Advocate Sports Editor and Hon- “Before te wero hy A = When he tried to arrest the om. ane Bars
rary APA. rs of the meeting is begun; I think it bu ; defendant he resisted and grab- i
orary Secretary of the B.A.F.A., warned membe aes ‘in sake falas be tae St. Andrew Vestry Object defendan he ered Aus. erab- | Vigo Films

B.F.F.A. not to approach football with an inferiority com- | oon ? ;

P ord ‘ g of Myr. Christopher
plex. He said that the B.F.F.A. was similar to the B.C.A. Saraithevaite: “Crissy” Braithwaite
and the B.C.L. had produced such cricketers as Everton was well known to all players of
Weekes and Conrad Hunte of today and George Francis of the game, past and present, and

K135 Colour Films
620 Colour Films
120 Colour Films
Bath Caps

To Lecal Government Bill

The Vestry of St. Andrew
signed the seven point document
objecting to the Local Govern-

was torn irt the scuffle,

Rock told the court that he did
not know what he was doing, for
he was drinking.

; . %

: : : . was an original member of this ment Bill. “Stay away from the drinks in Johnson's Baby Talcum %

the past—Weekes and Francis having made their name IN Association. This brings the mumber of future or you will find yourself Palmer's Hair Success x
: . ali

the cricket arena. He was quite sure that Weekes, Francis “A player himself in his carlier Vestries which have signed to in serious trouble,” His Worship Lloyd yor rag in Cream %

and Hunte would not be ashamed of their B.C.L. back- days, he gave unstinted support five. Mr. McLeod told Rock, Boot's Insulin $

Ronson Lighter Kits













preciated, but this was achieved
with a minimum of
ence, thanks to the ready co-
operation of the airlines. For-
tunately the weather was a great
deal kinder for the period of this

would do every thing to further performances,
his interest in them. He felt that
Mr, Coppin had contributed much
to the Association during the past
three years.

break on Monday from Montreal,
Halifax, Boston and Bermuda via
the British Northern Islands, and
will be sailing the same night for
British Guiana via St,

Beat Schoclboys

° as
In the first division basketball
at Y.M.P.C, last
defeated Harrison

inconveni- (For Cattle) x
>

HEAR IT AT TRAFALGAR STREET.
LLL ALE

Deserved To Win

‘4

PPPS

He said tnat Westerners had games played

Vincent,
been knocking at the door for a night Pirates

Grenada and Trinidad,

to cricket in this island and in- |
ground 7 : i Boot’s Family Liniment ¥
at Coppin presented the rare achievement. ‘ Sets ate ee : 4 ; Boot’s Worm Syrup %
trophies for the 1952 B.F.F.A., He congratulated Mr, Coppin 7 eek ; Vf , Hoodoo Ant Tape
competitions at Fortrees Cat last for urging Mr. Scott to see that founder and First President of Reconstruction Of Runway Complete || xiv", 3
night. The Knock-Out Cup went the Rangers team was entered. He ee ci know iiso President of Spot Dice 1% viii to saineicaaade ane ae
. se ea aa the Challenge Cup raking Oe en ea ne the Barbados Cricket League. THE reconstruction work on Seawell runway has now hh Boge Seagal fect by your enjoyment ot — &
este . h a “Tributes have been paid to his i ‘ § 8 raider Meme Pedonpert
| Many members of the various thought’the Association had a lot iar mee by aneeth and in been completed and the Engineer loaned by the ee Fresh Vegetable Seeds ee ee prog ne x
clubs attended the function and for which to be thankful. private conversation, and I would Ministry of Transport, Mr. James, has returned to Canada Fresh Flower Seeds & a ne - y P ae
drank to the health of the winning He said although they did not 3. you now as members of this Mr. James has reported that he does not feel that there is Junket Tablets ise t aon mur studdlog, %
= win the Knock-Out Cup when they A° Mr. C. Jemmott, Presidents of met Carlton in the finals at Ken- paint token of respect to E ; Bras Kleenex Tissues York. No interference 0 Dy
the BFA. introducdd’ ‘Mr. sifigton “Oval, they showed the % minute as & oken of resp should minor defects develop it would be well within the Kotex tuning! %
Coppin. He said that the Associa- public that they knew what they pee HISIOEY: competence of the Department of Highways and Transport Modese, re rf i o_ WITH %
tion very much appreciated Mr. were about. eee to put them right. moreh Dattevies >
Coppin’s presence. He congratulated Mr, Scott, ketball : The task of rebuilding the cen- ————-—-——— pape ren Canasta Playing Cards %
Secretary of the Association, and Basketball: tral portion of a one-runway Air- , Household Rubber Gloves . x
Great Interest Mr. Archer. He complimenjed - port, and to keep that Airport Rodney DueMonday Waldorf Toilet Paper F ,, °
He said that Mr. Coppin has Messrs. _Norville, | Yearwood, ° Ca I open so that traffic is not serious- Hind's Honey & Almond $s %
shéwed great interest in the Haydes and Denny, representatives Pirates, riton ly interrupted is a rather more The R.M.S. Lady Rodney will Cream (U.S.A) % > 7 > . t x
Association and was one who of various teams, for their stalwart. difficult matter than may be ap- be arriving in Barbados at day- Boot's Mineral Salts x FOR HETTER LISTENING *
%,
‘
bi

OG
I know from behind the scenes 26-23 and Carlton de- ”

work than

geese ae
eeneeakae



long time but was not fortunate College | it was when the
that you have done everything 4, Sete a cup. They deserved to feated Modern High School gyiginal construction was in hand. | BRUCE yy a a ia a
ee ee tart ate, win the Challenge Sup ie year ound wa! ia pod Oe a It wet qisineily empimated ve WORKERS LEAVE 4
. . . “ d it an honour conferred on uintine scor 2, - it wou necessary to lay
Jemmott told Mr, Coppin. their ‘seippe, the * vom ‘an r. tens 8 for Pirates. Mr. Daniel concrete slabs but as the work FOR U.S.A | WEATHERHEAD 4 JUST RECEIVED g
Referring to Notre Dame Denny. He compared Westefhers scored 6 and Alleyne scored (14 proceeded, this was found to be S.A. pay
Rangers, Mr. Jemmott said that with the old Wanderers t for Harrison College. shall unnecessary and, in all 93 slabs Pine tet had é Welt ab] a "
the B.F.F.A. was fortunate to see “fr. felt that Rangers were lueky Brickie Lucas and Marshall were laid. Other defective spots e first batch of Barbadians A Full Range of - - -
the fruit of their trees being eaten. Win. the Knock-Out.. Cup. were the principal scorers for were reconstructed by removing forty-two in number, selected for LID
Notre Dame’s achievement was a ponrode played better bootball and Carlton. and Archer scored 6 for the sub-base and replacing it agricultural work in the U.S.A., . ii a

with a satisfactory back-fill top-

The games which were to have ped with an asphaltic cement.
been played tonight have been Work on the extensions to the
postponed until a date to be later terminal building is proceeding
decided. satisfactory.

left Seawell Airport yesterday
morning by Resort Airlines. They
will be engaged with the Mil-
waukee Gardeners Association
in Wisconsin.

PARASOLS

LADIES PARASOLS IN ...

great one and they much apprecia- should have won this cup. Modern High School.
ted and enjoyed oe rete Mr. Jemmott then called on
entering a team in the Thir C in to present the Cups.
Division of the B.A.F.A., for the i, COPPAL Ie Preevaa a'vote of
first time, win the Cup. It was a thanks,

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DIED

CALLENDAR—On







May 30, 1952, Dudley

James Callendar age 31 ears lis
funeral leaves + ate residence
Grand View Hiil ar St. Patrick's,
Christ Church for St Patrick
Church Friend
attend
Dudley Calienda son)
New York papers please copy
THANKS
HALLWe beg thror this medium to
return thanks to al @ kind friends
who sent wreaths and flowers or nt
any way expressed their sympathy in
our recent bereavement caused by the
death of Lietha Small
Ruby Hall daughter’, Inniss Hah

(son-in-law) 71.5. 52



IN MEMORIAM
INCE—With loving and happy
of our dear father and grandfat
John Archer Ince who ,
homé on May ist 1944
To live in heart
is*not to dle
To dweil with Christ
The Ince family

j



of my



OLTON—In loving memory





husband George Edwin Olton, w
cied on June Ist 1950
Time heals they say, maybe it dce
Memor, lives so does love
Down in my heart you are living
§ loved too dear to ever
Floretice Olton (widow)

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Goods, Fancy Work, Teas,
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Books, Lucky Dips, Joy Rides
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All male citizens of the United States
between the ages of 18 and 26 residing



American Consulate from July 1 to 31,
1952, for Selective Service Registration







under the Universal Mili
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Al male citizens of the Un
CAR-—Morris Oxford, tyres new. Dial| who attain the age of i: Wate ane
29.5.52--4n. | sequent to July 3i, 1952, are required
- - |to register upon the day they attain the
CAR—~One Wolseley Car in good | eighteenth anniversary of the day of
order, and Owner driven.. Redman &|their birth, or within five days there-
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CAR—Dodge Special Deluxe (X-88— |American Consulate, Bridgetown, Bar-
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29.5,.52—t.f.n NOTICE
a Sin. oaths "ieee. aalieoa Applications for one or mo t
CAR—One Citroen Saloon, owner are verter
driven and in perfect condition. Apply am Michael's Vestry Exhibitions at the
Redman & Taylor's Garage ‘ombermere Schvol will be teceived by
31.5 5¢—an_ | the Clerk of the Vestry up to 12 noon
ie on Weeneasey, ee 1952
CHEVROLET TRUCK—Engine, radiator, ‘andidates mus: @ sons of parish-
gear box, and other parts. Apply to foners in sraitened circumstances and
Collin Lorde, Gaskin, St. Philip must not be less than 16% her more
91.5.52—1n. |than 12% years of age on the Ist Sep-

CAR—1950 Ford Prefect 7,400 miles.
Excelient condition
5076 Mornings.



“HILLMAN CAR”, 1951 model in good
condition, carrying big tyres. Dial 0149
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TRACTOR—One (1) Farm all A-
Tractor with Pneumatic Lift and eomer
Apply: Manager, Four Squ ‘aectory

ws $2—6n

Ltd, St. Philip
ELECTRICAL
REFRIGERATOR—1951 5.3ft. G.E.C
Retrigeratar $400.00 Telephone 6
mornings 28,6. ends
aati







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HORSE—Suitable for riding, only tve
teeth, for sale or will exchange 6a 9°
horse for 1 smaller one. Apply to

c Lorde, Gaskin, Philip
31.5. 52511

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»—One Eavestaff Piano, a iow
one of the latest mode!s
31.5,52—2n



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TY! EWRITERS—Two (2) second hand
Typewriters in good condition, Apply:
Bernstein, No. 1 Swan Street, Phone
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POULTRY

POULTRY—Three (3) Hampshire Hens.

xckerel and a namber of Chicks, im-
sorted stock Apply to Mrs. Husbands,
No. 34, Housing Scheme



30.5.52—2n.

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RECORDS—
Norah, I will die a Bachelor, Victory Test
Match, Pirates of Piria, Jamaiea Hurn-
céne, Ugly Woman, Underground Train,
Kitech's Gepop and other numbers. Cail

(Laboratoires |.
i | JOUVEINAL, FRANCE) Obtainable at ail

tember 1952.

Forms of application will be issued
and received at the Vestry Clerk's Office
gd between the hours of 10 a.m. and

noon

E. C. REDMAN,
Clerk, St. Michael’s Vestry.
21.5,.52—6n

NOTICE
VESTRY BYE-RLECTION

I HEREBY give notice that f have ap-
pointed the Parochial Building, Cumber-
land Street, Bridgetown as the
where Parishioners of the parish of St.
Michsel and other persons duly qualified
to vote at any election of Vestrymen
for the said Parish may assemble on
Monday, the Sth day of June, 1962, be-
tween the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock in
the morning to elect « Véestryman for
the Parish of St. Michael in the place
Christopher Augustus Brathwaite, de-

ceased
PERCY H BURTON,
Parochial Treasurer,



NOTICE
I OTHELLO GITTENS heretofore
sometimes called and known by the name
of “Othello Wiltshire’ of Worthing
View Road in the parish of Christ
Church in this Island Engineer hereby
give public notice that on the Mth day
of May 1952, I formally and absolute 'y
renounced relinquished and abandoned
the use of my said surname of “Wiit-
shire” and then assumed and adopted
and determined thence forth on ali
occasions whatsoever to use and sub
seribe the surname of “Gittens” Instead
of the said surname of “Wiltshire’.
And 1 give further notiee that by a
deed poll dated the 8th day of May 1952,
duly executed and attested (and recorded
in the Registration Office of this Island
on the 20th day of May 1952) I formally
and absolutely renounced and abandoned
the said surname of “Wiltshire” and
declared that I have assumed and adopted
and intended thenceforth upon all
vecasions whatsoever to use—and sub-
scribe the name of “Gittens” instead ot
“Wiltshire” and so as to be at all times
thereafter called known and deseribea
gs hey name of eee rar
ated the 29th a7 of May 1
Gr

Late Othello ven

5. 52—8n



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NOTICE

I have been approached by several

Ratepayers of . Michael with the

tequest that I offer myself as a Candidate

arly and avoid disappointment. New }for the vacant seat on the St. Michael's
Market Store, Cheapside. Phone ‘9, Vestry regretfully caused by the death
respected friend, the late Mr.

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DRIED FRUTTS—Raisins M cents per | To the creditors holding specialty Hens

ib. Currants 43 cents per tb. C.
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lescription. Owen T. Alider, 118 Roebuck
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90.5, 52—3n

TAKE NOTICE
CENTURY

(And Crieketing Device)

That ALFRED BIRD & SONS, 1-

a company organized under the
laws of Great Britain, Manufacturers
and Merchants, whose trade or business
address is Devonshire W:



i

and all su ces

ingredients fees, and will be entitled
‘o register the same after one month
from the 29th day of May, 1952 unless
some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office
+t opposition of such registration. The

at my office
Dated thia 12th day of May 1952
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
29.5.52—3n



FOR RENT

Valuable business premises on
Rickett Street above the Post
Office with back entrance on Mar~
hill Street, Frontage contains tw»
entrance doors and large show
window, Ideally suitable for any
class of bustness, especially a
Drug Store, In close proximity t>
3 parking places and the ‘Bus
Stands Also cool and spacious
offices upstairs over the premises
referred to above. These offices

anc business premises will be
rented separately or together as
may be desired. Apply to:—

EVFLYN, ROACH & Co., Ltd.,
Rickett Street.
24.5,.52—t fn







x eer see

POR SALE
METHODIST =MANSE

Queen St. Speightstown
7

contalus

toon

© ectrie
tation
nd or

iding is solid stone and
Grawing and dining

three bedrooms, study ete.
Ughts and modern sani-

Standing on 21,025 sq. ft
thereabouts

An _excetient site for commercial
irposes
Inspection on application to Mr.

ci meryille, Speightstown Boys’
choo
ffers for
B

not

same can be submitted
St. John, C/o N. B
later than the Sth

1 i
ywe
‘une.
22.5.52—3n

SSS

$1.5.52—2n, iz our

PSS

. A. Brathwaite and have consented

to placé my services at di .
J. OQ. Topon

31,5.52—3n

INDUSTRY AGRICUL-
148



THE SUGAR
TURAL BANK ACT,
against LITTLE SPA Plantation, St.
Joseph
TAKE NOTE that I, the Owner of
the above Plantation am about to obtain
a loan of £250 under the provisions of
the above Act against the said Plan-
\tation, in respect of the Agriculture!
jyear 1952 to 1953
No money has been borrowed under
the Agricultural Aids Act, 1995, or {he
above Act ias the case may be) is
respect of such year
Dated this 3ist day of May, 1952
SMITH,
Owner

Lb. EB
31.5,52—3n



Might
THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL
TURAL BANK ACT, LHS
To the creditors holding specialty Hens
against HAYMANS and WARLEIGH

Plantations, St, Peter

TAKE NOTICE that we the Trustees
of the above Plantations am about to
obtain a loan of £6,000 under the pro-
visions of the above Act against th=
said Plantation, in respeet of the Agri-
cultural year 1952 to 1953

No money has been borrowed under
the Agricuitural Aids Act, 1905, or the
above Act (as the case may be) in
respect of such year.

Dated this 3ist day of May, 1952

R. CHALLENOR and

. A. @ K
Trustees.
Estate of C. Packer, deceased,
per C. R, Packer, Attorney.
31.5.52—3n



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
APPLICATION FOR A_NEW LIQUOR
LICENSE UNDER “THE LIQUOR
LICENSES (AMENDMENT)

ACT, 1912.
Name: BVA ROACH.

Occupation: Domestic Servant.

Residence; Durbans, St. Lucy.
Description and Situation of Premises:
a board and shingle shop attached to
residence at Durhams, St. Li
Dated this 28th day of Ma
To SYDNEY H. NURSE, E
Police Magistrate, District
Sed. EV.

‘A POACH.
Applicant
N.B.—This applicat'on will be con-

sidered at a Licensing Court to be held

on Wednesday, Iith day of June, 1982, et

Police Cort, District “EB”, at 11 o'clock,

(Signed) SYDN@" H NURSE. —
Police Magist te, District “E
31.5 .52—1n

ANNOUNCEMENTS

A FEW VACANCIES still exist t
students in the following classes being
organised by the Barbados Polytechni«
Boék-keeping, shorthand, typing, handi-













crafts, baskets, mats etc., cooking
tailoring and dressmaking, achool sub-
tects, electricity and car mechan

economics, public speaking ete. Enr :
ment closes June 7. Evening and night
classes. Enrolment forms aval able ot

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ee z

ARLEY HELL COUNTRY CLUB, St
we is now open to members and their
friends. Visitors to the Island, ana
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ADVERTISING BANDS
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n order to raise the standard of
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and individuals being as original
as possible,

Admission: Adults 1/6 Children 1/-

Bookings for Booths and Stands
contact Mr, C. Morris, Sobers
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Michael, standing om 1/8 of :« acre of} NZ
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ete., also 4 fan mills, 1 motor truck, I
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“nt the permission of the,
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PAGE EIGHT





WEIGHTLIFTING AND
BODY BUILDING—VI

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If you have been interested in By EDWIN ROGERS bed but after a period of stric
physical improvement for any bed rests, they are put throug!
considerable period, you must # series of progresSive graduyied
have heard much about the vari- exercises which are designed to
ous forms of physical training, At strengthen the heart. Thus it ap-
tuumes the stories you hear are Fears logital to assume that in
so conflicting that you wonder Normal individua:s, proper exer-
which to believe. else can bé and is of actual bene-

You should determine in your

fit to the heart.

Barbell and Dumbell training
will thus not harm the heart but
actually make it a more efficient

own mind if those who pass such
information to you are really
qualified or just repeating some-

thing that they heard, yet have and stfonger organ. However,
no first hand knowledge if the continues Dr. Petro, remember

tale is based on fact
When you decide to improve
ycurself physically, and you make

that any organ can be strained
and injureq one is not careful.
For many strong men take ad-



up your mind to be more like vantage of themselves and forget
the men whose pictures you may to realize that there is a limit to
have s@en in several physical cul- everyone's capabilities, So, “make
ture books, you may tell your haste slowly” and train selehti«
triends about your intentions, anc fically. The Dottor gives us fur-
more than likely they will scoff the ‘advice and recommends
at your hopes and your plans Soniites a e Csr ‘hate rene!
They will also ‘ — ae iemrvilen me tepching of 3
en Ss rhic ave ne s g is
‘ roan + agin bebieniiaiperia hts hand, Make your gains gradually
It makes one wonder where %« and slowly until you reach the
many erroneous opinions coula point where you can handle sub-
have originated. How such u stantial weights in all the exer-
truthful statements could havé EDWIN ROGERS cists, In this manner you are
been continued so that so many movements of the extensors and building real internal strength

have hearg of them. There is no

flexors anq thereby producing a and after all this is the kind that
a grain of truth in them.

condition of slower and incom lasts and makes your physique

Personally, ~ think that most plete reactions — this ig what be- Cally powerful and outstanding.
people are afraid of the word ing muscle-bound means. Dr. Petro concludes his article
WEIGHTLIFTING more than Let us take an example. Have by saying “that experiments have

anything else. The word sounds
tremendous therefore the lifting of
weights is understood as lifting a

you ever seen a fat person fin? been conducted on wel] trained
{f you have then you are lucky, athletes and it has been shown
for you must have been tredted that their hearts are actually

tremendous amount of old iron to a rare spectacle, a comical stronger, werk better and have
Of course, in a weightlifting sight, Their body weight is too More cardiac reserve, than hearts
contest one tries to lift the grea@‘- yreat for their leg muscles to Of normal individuals who do
est possible amount of weigh, motivate their bulk properly and not train or exercise. Thus if you
but one has to be scientifically

gracefully, consequently their are training regularly with
movements appear not that of weights, you are actually builda-
running but of a waddling duck. ing a strong, efficient heart.

Most of the overweighted persons Next Week I will explain the
find it difficult to move about in Other three major rules (1) food
any manner, let alone run. Have (2) sleep, rest, relaxation (3)
you ever noticed What torture and .maintaining a tranquil mind.

trained and so well developed in-
side and outside, that the body
can stand up to the use of heavy
weights. Remember it takes
years of training before one ever
thinks of appearing on a weight
lifting stage.



g age. ; inconvenience they have to go
Weightlifting in its graded through in order to tie their |
form can be used by the weakest ghoe laces, if they can? Watch

Tranquillity Win
Lawn Tennis
Tournament

or the strongest person. If you
are underweight and very weak
you should choose a weight which
you can handle comfortably. If
you find yourself so very week
that it is impossible for you to use
weight, you can use the plain
bar or the two collars. Every
week as you develop strength you
ean add 2% Ibs. plates.

I have asked many doctors if
they would recommend Weight
training, Most of them agree that
it is very beneficial to the pody
but one must be sure he is direct-
ed by an expert who has been in
the game for considerable time.

them get in and out of cars.
takes them so long, they strug-
gie, work up a sweat and pant
for breath when seated. Oh what
torture those poor souls endure!
But call them muscle - bound,
they become furious, No! ! They (From Our Own Correspondent
are not muscle-bound...,.. how PORT-OF-SPAIN, May 29.
could they be when they have so , Tranquillity winning four of
little muscle to speak of? Re. five matches this afternoon have
stricting fat is far more danger- Wn the Lawn Tennis tournament.
ous than any muscle-bound con- The series will be continued to-
dition could ever produce, Fat MOrTow afternoon but Tranquill-
cramps the working internal or- pi Soy Ha secured the win-
gans, demands added blood sup- "78. H 1, a
ply and definitely impedes the ouken 4 eo = scone on
movements of the body. “ re ta sete ee
Savannah by 14 points to 8.
I have often wondered why so I have been doing extensive Results: Ladies Singles— Miss
many people pass such sarcastic reading of books, especially on M. Cambridge won from Miss
remarks on weightlifting. Most the heart, in relation to weight- Gwen Pilgrim 6—3, 6—0, and Mrs.
of them have never tried it to lifting, for it is an every day D- Eyre won from Mrs. D. Worma
realize how valuable it is in mak- saying from the ‘know all’ that ©—3, 6—2 :
ing one feel so full of life and weightlifting affects the heart. .,Men’s Doubles—Patterson and
healthy. They would go on Jn an article by Dr. A. T. Petro, St. Hill won from H. S. Archer and
criticising it though they know on the effect of Barbell Exer- Nothnagel 2-8, 6—3, 7—5, 6—A.
absolutely nothing about it in cise on the heart, the doctor , “: DeVerteuil and G. Mancini
order to make such statements. says, “First of all we must realise >. wee Pp. .tximmingham and
Before I started exercising, I that the heart is essentially a 'R “Garter an aw eae ;
criticised weightlifting very muscular tube whose primary won from Dr antieee Cae ae
much, but I soon found out how function it is to pump fresh oxy- Taylor 9-7, 5——% 6—1 3-6 6 1.
wrong I was. | was to weight- genated blood to all parts of the , : rae

lifting as Saul wes to the church. body where it is needed for the
We were converted. maintenance of the body's func- GRENADA ATHLETE
ARRIVES

T remember playing a friendly tions. One important point I
football mat*h a few years ago, would like to stress at this time
during which I collided with an- is that the heart is actually a William Glittens
other player and ‘broke his ankle. muscle and that over four-fifths athlet c
ght is made up of mus-
Thus it possesses tne

Tho consequences were, he was of its wei

ordered off his feet for quite a cle fibre.

few months. They don’t criticise pame physiological properties a

Football as being dangerous or responses that muscles

any other such games, but they where in the body has, Thus we sponsored by the A.A.A. of

Just abhor weightlifting. can see that although the heart Barbados which opens at Kesing-
I have been lifting weights for pumps blood to other organs in ton Oval today. ia 4

over six years and many of my the body, it also need to be nour- Gittens expects to take part

friends ‘who have been in the ished by a proper + amount of jn the high and long epee

game lounger than I, have never blood or else it: will fail.” quarter mile flat and the hun-

received any seriwus injuries, We Dr. Petro continues, “Progres- Gred yards dash. He is stavine

might complain of a little sore- sive graduated exercises strength- at the Enmore Hotel 1 Reet

ness or stiffness, but that is all. en the heart muscles so that each _
In spite of the fact that go individual muscle fibre in the

many weight lifters and weight, heart becomes stronger and more PARADE OF ATHLETES

trained n.en are extremely flexi-jyefficient. The heart, therefore, TODAY
ble, and often exhibit their flexi- can perform its work easier and

bility at Strength shows, sarcas- better, It can contract better and

It



school boy
e from the Grenada Boys’
Secondary School, arrived yester-
day morning by B.W.I1.A. to
od take part in the three-day Cycle
every- and Athletic Sports Meeting



: ; The Amateur Athletic Assc-
tic remarks are always directed empty itself more completely ciation of “Barbados opens its
at them as being muscle bound during each cardiac circle or three-day Whitsun Meeting today

etc. by people who are ignorant heart beat. Hence more
of the meaning. unit of time is pumped through- athletes before the
It is positively amazing what a out the
vast number of things this man kidneys,
of muscle is incapable of doing,
judging by the public’s prejn- a result of this, they
diced opinion, But what is-mo: > healthy. up as the athletes march past
amazing to learn is how much less ‘It has been proven and demon- | AMong the many events to °
the person who attempts to con- strateq that people with severe Will be the one-mile cycle icc
vey these ideas can do, He, how- forms of heart disease such as f° all classes and nine-1nii
ever, covers his faults quickly rheumatic, where the valves are OP*M. The All Stars team,
by explaining that he is not cut damaged by infection, are bene- the tain oe:
F ahakd ae : is ee Ge se . o . ; 3 ingen
out for that sert of thing, T fited by exercising. For instaner, lists and it will be interesii:

blood per with a parade of cyclists
first event of
body. The brains, lungs, the programme is started.)
skin and other vital or- Jetes will parade in their

gans get more fresh blood and ap Colours and banners bearing

anc
t
i
are more "ames of the elubs will be he!

U
per

public is ready to grasp such it wan a cardinal rule in these sb ‘lle
knocks to slur the muscular cases to keep them in bed for long i ae will shape agait
athlete, particularly the lifter, periods of time, sometimes om i cplabhicceibp abbas

Why would « fot person be months, even years. They found

muscle-bound when he has
tle muscle?

B.A.A,A SPORTS

so li - Out that when these patients fin-
Muscle-bound refers ally were allowed to get up, com-

to muscle, not fat, they seek ‘o plications developeg because COMPETITORS are asked to
remind you. But let me clarify their hearts and other muscles note that the Heats for the
this point. Being muscle-bound were weak and flabby from lack !-mile Freewheel Roadster and
doe; not necessarily indicate that cf exercise.

100 yards flat—Men, will be run
one muet pnsepss a lot of muscle, To-day the view point on this off today during the Sports.

Tt is a condition which restrains subject has changed very much, The 880 yards flat will be run
action of the muscle, incomplete These same patients with rhew- on Thursday, June 5, and the
articulation of joints, restricted n.atie heart disease are put to 3-mile flat on Saturday, 3ist May.

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YOURE COMING V Nomst0 TELL YOU THE
TO THE MEETING} TRUTH, I'VE LOST ALL
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COPR. 1963, KING FEATURES BURDICATE. |

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

r Allan Collymore







ee
_
hat a the tours, they discontinued their
wW ] 1 wi membership.

it was eventually resolved that

the Entrance Fee should be $6.00

}
{

7 = so P id Of ee = —
Again President eo

and hold members, rather than
fix the fees at too high a rate
which would result in keepirg
out some people who might have!
the intérest of the island’s ericket |
at heart. |

The Meeting then elected Mr.

Cricket Association

TNE BARBADOS CRICKET ASSOCIATION yester-

lay eve re-elected the Hon. Sir Allan Collymore as
their Presi

. j J, D. C. Goddard, and Mr. E. L. G.

dent for another year. Sir Allan’s re-election Hoad, Snr. as the Barbados

was done by acclamation on the motion of Mr. J. M. Kid« representatives on the West
ney. : Indies Cricket Board of Control,

and under General Business,
voted an honorarium for the
W 3 ne Change. Mr. E. A. V. Secretary, Mr. W. F. eyes mt

tluams Was dropped for Mr, J. D. Goddard { whose services the President and |
not being électe Pe st vear oddard who, although Mr. A. DeL. Inniss paid tribute. |
nor peng elected last year, was co-opted as a member of
the Committee of Management by virtue of his position as

Captain of the West Indies Cricket Team, and the Barbados DOMINICA COLLAPSES

The Meeting also re-elected the officers and the Board
of Management of last year with o



Team.
¢ oo et ¥ yee iW re és Goddard Replaces (From OST LUCA. May 30
airmonte, First ce Preside: it; . * 7 wo
Mr. J. M, Kidney, Second Vice- Clairmonte Dominica in the second innings

President Mr. W. F. Hoyas, Hoh. Another important change which of their Cork Cup cricket game



Secretary; Mr. W. K. Atkinson, took place was the appointmen: against St. Lucia, collapsed for 15)
Hon. Treasurer; Mr. 5, of Mr. John Goddard as a repre- after one hour’s play Friday; their
Chenery; 8S. O. Cc. G ir, Seutative on the West Indies overnight score being 106 for 6.
J. D. Goddard: Mr. E 4; Cricket Board of Control in place Reid, an overnight batsman, add-
Snr; Mr. A, DeL niss: WN 9, of Mr. F, A. C. Clairmonte. Mr. ed eight runs before he was out
Inniss; and Mi N. Peirc Goddard was elected in a ballot 1.b.w. to Barrow for 48. Shilling-

SPORTS







Ol HZ Hoad was elected as the other =,
representative on th 1.C.B.C. .
By SPORTS EDITOR The Red’ tama

meeting adopted without
comment the Eighteenth Annual
Report and the Statement of Ac-

Barn Dance

at
THE BARBADOS AQUATIC
CLUB

(Loca: and visiang memwers only)

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

1. CRICKET two iess than the previous year. Saturday, 31st May

What is the name of the Following the adoption of the at 9 p.m.
Barbados cricketer who, in Report and the Statement of Music b
am Intercoloniai fixture Accounts, the President presented “CARIBBEAN |
with Trinidad, injured his the winning clubs with the re- TROUBADOURS” j
knee and was compelled by Spective trophies, congratulating }
the umpire to stand and }] e©2ch captain in turn. Admission to Ballroom
roll the ball underhand Carlton are now joint holders of $1.00
down the pitch. the Ist XI Cup, Windward Cricket 10.5.52—4n.
2. FOOTBALL | Team holders of the Intermediate er

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

3. RACING
Name the Barbados own-



——— ===, In which there were four mem- ford, who made 30 runs and Pem-
bers. The two old members, Mr. berton were the next best scores. |
. A. C. Clairmonte; Mr. E. L. G. Bowling —Drysdale 3—20, Bar-
| Hoad, Snr; Mr. E, A. V. Williams [row 2—30. The final match, Gren-}
and Mr. Goddard himself, Mr. jéda—St. Lucia starts Monday.
counts for the year 1951-52. The
Annual Report showed that the
membership of the Association at
the beginning of 1952 was 423,
‘Shield and Police Sports Club, |
jholders of the Second Division SOSSSSSSIFSISO ISSO O8Y | |
Cup.

A FETE
B At ST. LUCY’S RECTORY
—on —

Higher Entrance Fee?

The election of officers and the
‘oard of Management followed,











c/o Advocate Sports Editor,
and must reach this office

TRY OVEN FRESH SERVICE

%

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ed horse that won the !//®"¢ then the meeting considered \
Trinidad Turf Club Cup at |[}{ "otlon which had been tabled 1% whit-Monday June 2. 1952 } |
the Christmas meeting 1927. by Mr. Clairmonte, but which was % Stalls: Handicrafts, Provis- ¥
4. BOXING fe tte With by Mr. F. L. Walcottl® ~ ion. sweets, Cakes, Ice |
‘From whom did Joe {}y\0 the absence of Mr. Clairmonte, | % ‘Creams, Games $|
Louis first win the world |]{ 70%" the Annual Subscription and | % Rtas AD has }
heavyweight boxing cham- Entrance Fee be increased, % Mrs. Rosalie Alleyne ha %
ionship? It was pointed that in the past, % kindly consented to open % |
» ‘ the public had been using the |X the Fair at 1 o'clock. % |
5. TABLE TENNIS Association to facilitate their }% ADMISSION 1/- a
What is meant by the getting tickets for tours, but after 1? 3
term “Let” in table tennis? SaaS — —
NOTE: All entries for
“Sports Quiz’ shoulg be
addressed “Sports Quiz”,
by 12 noon on Saturday,
May 31 The correct
answers and the name of

the winner will be publish-
ed in the ‘Sunday Advocate’

se Seu "sale must be Get some of these for your
Sane , piaie
2 SPORTS QUIZ holiday picnic
Ra et aoe
| Bee i nie aire Delicious |
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Films for Children at British
Council at 9.00 a.m.

Police Courts—10.00 am.

Intercolonial Cycle and Ath-
letic Sports, Kensington
100 p.m.

Meeting of Sanitary Inspec-
tors’ Association, Queen's
Park—1.15 p.m.

Methodist Church Fair, Has-
tings Rocks, Police Band
in Attendance—3 p.m.

Basketball at Y¥.M.P.C.—7.30
p.m.



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U.S. Prepare

Russian Blockade,
Of Berlin Likely

By CHARLES CORDUROY |
WASHINGTON, May 30. i

The United States Airforce has completed fresh up to |

the minute plans for a new Berlin airlift in the event,
Russia again blockades the city against surface transporta-
tion. An Airforce. spokesman said “we won't be caught
unprepared” if threatened new barriers ate thfown up}
against overland traffic to Berlin’s’ Western Zone, and |
Western Powers decide to supply Berlin with aid again as |

they did four years ago. |

United States civilian airlines would be called on to |
contribute a substantial capacity from their commercial
Operations. Without such aid it was doubtful that the
néw lift could be run on the scale of that in 1948-49 when |
the level of 8,000 tons daily in shipments was achieved.

any new sky |
| train that might be set up would

l be the Military Air Transport
| Service which on Sunday cele-
brates its 4th anniversary in the
unified Airforce-Navy transport
system. M.A.T.S. was only 24
days old when Berlin was block-
aded on June 25, 1948. It was
instantly called on to supply men,
planes, technical khowiedae and
supporting services such as com-
munications, weather foreca:
and navigation aid to the airlift
»peration.

Threats of a new clamp down
on land travel‘ into Berlin come
at a time when M.A.T.S. has a
trans-Pacific airlift to Japan and
Korea and special services to
Arctic bases in Gteenland, added
to its routine worldwide air ser-
vices. Despite its growth in ta-
pacity in four years, it thus would
need outside aid to cope with any

| Spearheadi

Commends
Acheson

WASHINGTON, May 30.
Secretary of State Dean Acheson
returned from Europe today to
receive President Truman’s con«
gratulations for a “wonderful and
successful job” jn negotiating the

West German peace agreement.

Greeting the Secretary as he
stepped from the Presidential
plane “Independence,” Truman
suid Acheson made a “great con-
wibution....to the peace of the
world.” Responding to the Prési-

new crisis.
a thenWent arta em de sr In the 23 months of Korean War
signed last week mean “very there have been £53,000 passexymers

and 61,000 tons of cargo carried
to the Far East and 45,000 casual-
ties evacuated from that theatre.

much” to the U.S. and peace of
the free world.

Acheson said the task now goes
to the legislative bodies on both
sides of the Atlantic—which must

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cotton and rayon
make prompt deliveries against
overseas orders.

recently these industries had “to
meet a heavy pressure demand
from both domestic and overseas
markets. Deliveries
consequence;
ers were unable from time to time
to accept Colonial orders especially
of special types cloth and price
tended to become uncompetitive.



SAT'IRDAY, MAY 81, 1952



anc nnn laa ta nt i isle

Farnum For
Finland Fund

GOVERNMENT will boost
the Farnum for Finland Fund
by $1,440 if an enabling reso-
lution of which notice was
given at the last meeting of
the House, passes the Legis-
lature.

The total amount needed to
send Farnum to Helsinki is
$2,880 and Government pro-
pose to give 4 grant on a dol-
lar for dollar basis up to
$1,440,

Donations for the Fund are
accepted at Barclay’s Bank,
the Royal Bank of Canada
and the office of the Advocate.
Goal $2,880 00
Amt. Prev. Ack... $1,210.66
Welches Mixer School 2.50
St. Giles’ Boys’ School 48.00
St. Leonard's Boys’

School : 9.00
St. Matthias’ Boys’

School 4.30

$1,274.45

Towl

Deliveries Of

U.K. Cotton

Goods Prompt

As owing to balance of payment
difficulties the Government is hav-
ing to make cuts in imports from
outside the sterling area, attention
is drawn to improvements that
have occurred this year in the
ability of the United Kingdom
industries to

Since the war and until quite

|

suffered in
indeed manufactur-



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ED

es For New Airlift

etc lair

France Will Crush Any

|

| °

| Further Insurrection
| —Says Brune

|

|

|

PARIS, May 30.
The French. Government accused the French Com-
munist Party of plotting to seize power and promised to
crush promptly any further red “insurrection” The
Interior Minister Charies Brune vowed in a nationwide
broadcast to put down at once any violence arising from
strikes and demonstrat® 4s called by Communists to pro-
test the arrest of their umber one leadtr Jeeques Duclos.
Duclos languished in, Fresne prison waiting trial, on a
charge of acting against the internal Security of France in
leading a bloody Communist demonstration two days ago
against General Matthew B. Ridgway, new Allied Supreme
Commander for Europe.

Koje Death
Toll Mourtts
To Eight

If convicted Duclos
sentenced to unything fron
year in prison to indefinite solitary
confinement, He Secreta) y~
General of the French Communist
Party and a most influential and
important Communist leader
the western world. In a statement
issued from his prison cell Duc

could

Advocate |

in|





PRICE: FIVE CE
RECEIVES CERTIFICATE







Assistant Teacher of the Belmont Girls’ School, receiving her certificate
at Erdiston Teachers’ Training Col-

MISS “PATSY” MAYCOCK,
from Lady Seel, wife of Sir George Seel, at a presentation Finetion

| lege yesterday.

called government policy “really; | ‘ ET
stupeaytas.” | Ten Arrested |
4 Sea said Communists had |
Korean prisoner eliberately turned their anti- F I j
outiaial’ of Sei sat oan Ridgway demonstration in Paris| or reason |
that raised the two days’ toll in|°™ Wednesday night into “real
the turbulent prisdn camps. to| insurrection.” One rioter was! HAVANA, May 30,
eight dead and 17 wounded, killed more than 200 persons in-| Police announced the arrest PUTTING ASIDE EVERYTHING ELSE, a lot depends
In the third and latest incident}dured and 718 demonstrators|!ast night of ten persons the

guards fired into a work detail of
15 prisoners
after one prisoner charged
toward the guards. Two priséners
died instantly two died later of
wounds three were
wounded,

Two American and two South
Korean soldiers involved
taken immediatel
quarters of B
L., Boatner
for questioning.

arrested. Brune said the “Govern
ment is firmly
tain public order and defend the
freely chosen regime against any
attack, The Republic must defend
institutions exploited by those who
prepare their destruction for
tomorrow,

Brune’s
6 AM,

near compound 85

and others

were
to the head-
eneral Haydon
Command: nt

broadcast
( A.M,

made ut
E.S.T.) when
most Frenchmen customarily
listen to early newscast before
going to Work was regarded as a
clear warning to 800,000 members
of the French Communist party
that the government is prepared to
meet force with

oje

Three civilian
killed and
Thursday
Youngehong camp 75 miles north

internees were
13 injured in the riot

among prisoners in

KOJE ISLAND, Korea, May 30.
United States and South Korean
guards killed the fourth North













resolved to main-|armed

on the personality of the teacher Mr. Justice J. W. B.
Chenery, told a large number of teachers at Erdiston
Teachers’ Training College yesterday after 34 of their
number had been presented with certificates by Lady Seel
for courses in teaching.

aid were accused of preparing an
movement against the
Government of General Eulgeneio
Batista,

A communige said plotters were
under instructions of the deposed

President Carlos Prio Socarra Mr. Chenery stressed the importance of the teacher to
and his Foreign Minister Aure the community and said that it was an attribute when
liano Sanchez Arango, both of alling.

teachers had a love for their ¢

whom are in exile in the United - ——- Before the presentations were
States ’ YET vo made, the Cotlege choir sang

A machine gun and a numbe B. G. ACCEPTS hree songs — “Who is Sylvia”,
of other pistols were report “Gwine to Live Humble to de
seized with plotters in a raid o NEW COINAGE Lord”, and “The Crown of The
a house where men were “practi | Year.”

ing handling of the machine gui (From Our Own Gorrespondent) Mr, Chenery first said it was a



force. and other arms”, A woman GEORGETOWN, B.G great pleasure and privilege he
ratify the agreement and there- ; ; : Maw 30 ah havin uddressi th
; erli erta i of Koje én the South Korean identified as the tenant of th ay was having in addressing them
7 eee which a oa O Merdlins tp! acite citereet” ae mainland. It was a brawl among} , He spoke 36 hours after grave}jouse also was detained. Batis British Guiana is the only col- {and commended the work that
Pe aera ee U.P Communists and thus open to! The back log of orders has been|the inmates and no Allied guards rioting had caused the death of|Governmeny recently has becn |ony of those in the unified cur-|-was being done at the College.
—U.P. censorship. worked off and a general recession | Were involved. one demonstrator and injuries to accusing Prio of preparing ajrency system to accept the new ; Widespread Interest
West rman postal authori-!in the textile market has brought} Qne North Korean officer wasjmany more and 12 hours after}counter coup. Prio has denicd [eoinage, Financial Secretary, Mc; «| take it,” Mr. Chenery said,
S ties rejected the offer and said!the price down sharply (e.g. the killed and another wounded ‘French Communist leader Jacques] jpem —U Pp David told a Press Conference | nat an occasion like this swith
e e they had demanded “full and! price of American type yarn from | slightly Thursday night when @ [Duclos had been incarcerated ‘1 today. Owing to the shortage’! education so much in the fore
free” intra-city communications|\ nich many cloths are woven for|U:S. guard's Browning automa‘ic|Fresnes prison on charges «1 Smearnnen serra of nickle coins, fifty, ten and fiv¢|front and “Whither Bdveation”
if “ as they had existed before the/Colonial markets has. fallen in|tifle was discharged accidentals | plotting against the seeurity of ¢...'§ |cents are being made of a nickle | seeming,to catch the headlines of
Uniform Soon |i. ie Rot fra cot maa ty abut "ol "5 ee comma “Ball of Fite? iit vies ier in ihe tecerers score, eameabe Lovee?
propose open nes, all of from ra staples by ommu here were no indications yet jedge similar to two and one;and the Whole education system
PARIS, May 30 sneentd oe ae on Spout 20%). sibs v . eee delegtite North Kets | of just how successful the Com- W M shilling pieces current in West’ ef the colony being no dbpbe
General, Dwight kisenhawer| ina" the sovigaecir” ONL" Many (pce ot yarn and, cloth| fiat the United Navona ime! aunt dee, CG-T. (General Labor! WAS MCLCOR [ree isctowa that aa_~ | brine’ place like Bashan whl
disclosed he Will shed uniform on i ‘can be now offered from stock and] jstely stop these atrocities” and nfe " ; , diate cDavid disclosec oe Pee Pe er . aie a .
Tuesday but still will refuse to ae eek 7. "Sectors have | many mills being out of work charged that the Allies are pre- strike action was going to be. SEATTLE, Weshington result of complalgts of Sue tow wee Coos ee ee ee be
campaign for republican party|peen cut. German trunk calls'could put new orders into produc-! paring “for another mass slaugh-| Brune accused the Communiss May 30. notes, a London firm represe - ‘mae that fF he it ane
presidential nomination. Eisen- Mokurean thy |tion right away Ta 9 | ; a tive was coming to B.G. and the} : at
a n the East and West zone 1 . ter leader of preferring “rebellion A bluish white “ball of fir y ben. dhe investigate | because I think that the very
hower turned “over his post aS ‘have been subjected to these| It is not suggested that import- —UP, oici ys of his party {stre: acr he § tof | Weert rae Puen “ute and widespread interest in
Supreme Commander of Allied|q i t 1 hould import a lot of stuff the to voicing the views of his party |streaked across the sky north of| ing it is expected, when the acute and widespread | ae
ae ommunist tactics, the postal)ers should impo. : on the tribune of the National|Seattle early tod nd exploded ‘ : {every section ot the community
ho n th ribu Seattle early today a xt = sme is > > thi
Ntatire S ee to General’ officials said. consumers do not want at prices ° Assembly in a shower of sparks that turned present iseuc . k reper . i \in education ig one of the very
Matthew B, Ridgway. ; ; ; ike i “der O- ae y+ a 2 sparne tter 2g » provider : ate .) +m va phinmion
Fisenhower returns to the! ee eer ante te ee eer nee nth % tited Rhee Defies The Communist official party lithe night into day for three {Peter Motes WEE De Die | real reasons why the educaticnal
; F 16 the Elbe River frontier now are;tect manufacturers in e Uni cd | ap at's . ds io ig : : bie os . standard of this conmumunity has
United States tomorrow. Asked if routed threuan -Latoet d un-'!Kingdom. The markets are con- organ L’ ‘Humanite and itsjor four seconds. The object was ON MURDER CHARGE ‘biatch Pe es hich
he would comment On whether the | qoubtedly mabe od to. conseutnin , @ On Page 3 P. li t oo travelling “Liberation” |believed to have been a meteor Seventeen year ~ old Vere Barbade "ta ae that ‘witkat
* ; hen v4 ie ate » f Dey prj thee { » a flere seve) 2en - ater ‘a arbados an Say 6
clection of Senator Robert A.)crews of German workers under ar lamen appeared on shin he AB a Sb Hketged 2 hs on ae ‘Jackman of Hanson Tenantry St. | poasting, I think.”
Yaft* would have a discouraging ‘ ‘ again this morning. Police radio|object that rumbled across thej oY ; J » Police ‘ ;
-ffect E e, Eisenh re- Se rece Stee pecan F d trucks were out in force|sky directly over Seattle on May |@eorge was charged by the Polic But even though it were high,
plied with a chuckle: “I most cer-| P°lce: Development or PUSAN, Kpreg, Bay 20, seurdlling te Mee ee te Me eee yesterday with the murder of he'|)e said, and everybody was an
. —U.P. President Syngman Rhee defy- Oe i"

tainly would not—I am still in
uniform,” ‘ J
Eisenhower declared talking to



TWO JAPS DIE

the peers 8 few Sage rae
turnin § :
Rideway that “Burope must} LV RED RIOTS

unite far more closely or there is
no settlement for our difficulties.”
ie said that “in spite of cynics
and sophisticates, anes is
making great steps forward,”

He warned, however, of a num-
ber of dangers still facing
N.A.T.O's build-up of defences in
urope. Among these he listed:
1, Misunderstandings among na-
tions. 2. Possiple accidents and un-
foreseen incidents along the vast
perimeter of the Iron Curtain.

“Danger of thinking of these
yroblems locally.” 4, “Compla-
seney among U.S. ag our strength
grows .”

Eisenhower praised the progress
that SHAPE had made towards
the building up of*military equili-
brum” to equal Communist forces
in Europe, but. said “the path
ahead is a roe one and we
must keep our hands steady.”

Eisenhower said “there is great
ianger that we may get preoccu-
ried in our own areas. It is @
very grave mistake not to remem-
ber that events “in other parts of
the world constitute ot only a
drain in our resourees and our
surength but also are rt of our
own ideological struggle.”

The General also said he has
been disturbed by “think piéces.”
as I think you call them, on the
West growing aggressive in intent
as its strength grows. There is no

eason for that sort of fear. ae

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TOKYO, May 30,

Two Japanese were killed, two

United States newsmen injured

as Communist inspired riots erupt-
ed throughout Japan.

Dozens of other Japanese were











injured and scores arrested as
mobs clashed with the Police on
the third anniversary
“martyred” unionist’s death.

Preliminary Police reports said
the two dead were rioters who
were shot when 200 Communists
stormed a police box at Itabashi
just outside Tokyo.—U.P.

$1,000,000 Jute
Scheme In B.G.

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, B.G., May 30.

British Guiana’s contribution}
towards relieving the jute world |
shortage is begigning here imme-
diately with a $1,000,000 scheme
to take care of the cultivation of
1,000 acres, in five years even-
tually cultivating a minimum of
14,000 acres, the eventual devel-
opment rate depending on seed
availability.

The project is being carried out
by a non-profit making company
named Bd. Fibre Research Coy.,
Ltd., registered in London and
financed by the U.K. Ministry cf
Materials and Jute Trade.

of a





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RIDGWAY MEETS WITH NATO MILITARY

.G. Rice Industry

(From Our Own Correspondent,
GEORGETOWN, B.G.
, May 30.

The Government announced to-
day embarking on a ten million
dollars authorised capital com-
pany for further comprehensive
development of the rice industry
and an extension of the export
trade in collaboration and co-op~
eration with the Rice Marketing
Board. The Company in the
initial stage is being backed by
five million dollars from C.D.C.
in short-term advances which
would be made available at
a small fixed interest at which
C.D.C. itself secures funds from
H.M. .

Refinancing C.D.C. would be
undertaken on completion of the
programme of works when it is
expected that the profitability of
the undertaking shall have been
clearly demonstrated The refin-
ancing might take the form of the
issue of a long term debenture
joan or by the issue of shares of
the company to be taken up by
the B.G. Government itself or
by C.D.C. or to be offered for
public subscription. The imme-
diate objective of the Company
is to take over and operate the
Mahaicony - Abary - Onverwagt
Scheme; to take over rehabili-
tate, expand and operate the
Government mill at Anna Regina
in the Essequibo County; to erect
and operate the new Mill on the
Corentyne Coast in Berbice
County .



AT THE PENTAGON IN WASHINGTON, Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway poses with the members of the Norti:
Atlantic Treaty Organization Military Committee. Seated (1. tor.) are: Vice Adm. Arthur C, Davis, deputy
U.S. representative: Lt, Gen. Paul Bly, Franee; Gen. Ridgway; Adm. Sir Cyril Dougias-Pennant, United
Kingdom, and Brigadier Richard H. Barry, British Army. Standing @. to r.) are: Gen. Mark H. Fouillien,

Belgium; Air Vice Marshal Hugh Campbell, Canada; Rear Adm. Svend
dier Gregory Ketseas, Greece; Lt. Gen. Enrico Frattini, Italy; Adm. Jonk

Ramiau-Hansen, Denmark: Briga-
heer H. A. Van Forest, ‘Whe Nether-

lands; Comdr, R. M, Sars, Norway; Brigadier Angélo De A, Ferreira, Portugal, and Rear Adm, Aziz Ulusan.











ing both United Nations and his}°Tders were reported

own National Assembly arrested
another legislator while the
Assembly was demanding the
release of ten already seized under
martial law. Rhee moved arbitra-
rily in the political crisis which

Duclos the 56-year-old pastry
cook who became a Deputy ani
rose to be number two Communist
of France was still held behind the
massive walls of Fresnes prison on

* the Sotithern outskirts of Paris.
led the Unie ee a ties He was taken there last night
paptiitetion - Koren -iee after being rae — with
him of violating the constitution |P'(tin® serene ee ae might be
of the new Republic of ae some considerable time before he
Rhee paid no attention to the|i, prought-to trial

Assembly vote demanding that he
lift martial law. The United
Nations commission’s similar re-
quest likewise was ignored. The
National Police arrested one in-
dependent member of the legisla-
ture last night and another today
making a total of 11 seized since
Rhee put martial law in effect
Sunday. He said they were guilty
of “Communist inspired” plot
against Government—U.P.

AMBASSADOR
GOES HOME

LONDON, May 30.

—U.P.



Mr. C. GLINDON-REE
members of the Press yestc rc
tion in the Primary Schoc |;
was only between one ani o

normal child in the Unite |
Mr, Glindon-Reed was speai
ing at the fortnightly Press Co



The Argentine Ambarsador \0| ference presided over by the Hx
Britain, Carlos Alberto Hogan isithe Colonial Seeretary and w
enroute home by air to attend, invited by the Press to deb

the inauguration ceremony of
Argentina’s new Government on
June 4. Hogan who left yesterday
on British Overseas Airways

the following queries

(1) Is the Director of Educ
tion aware of the general di
content over the lower standar/



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Primary Education
Has Improved—«zx



infant child which was found in] expert there was one or two things



A ate ite at tynwond, ar [a 54-foot well on. May 23. jstill to be learnt aud he was
in the vicinity of Lymwood, 2! Both Jackman and the child} cure that the training received
ae npeth orpeniie said Ue ‘iwere taken to the General hosvi- jat an institution like Erdiston
2 rae Sante me fire” 'Jtal on the same day but the child | would give inestimaple benefit

«, 80 4.™Mm mS anc it seomM %«

not only to the particular teachers
who had received prizes and cer-

@ On Page 5

died shortly. after admittance
Jackman was discharged from the
hospital yesterday. ;

to explode in the vicinity of Port
Townsend on the Olympic Peni



sula 35 miles north west of here — “tg
Another patrolman who w

cruising near Creston 15 mil

east of Seattle said “I &

a brilliant white flash, It seem:

to explode out over Puget Soun:
nerth and west of me” UP.







RA!.FIGH—Makers of the
WORLD'S CHAMPION

D, Director of Education tol
lay that the standard of Educa
s had improved since 1949 anc
ne and a half years behind the
Kingdom
nd Government comm
et up to investigate the

sions were
working

the 1870 system and to subm
| recommendations
| As a result of this the 1944 Act
was passed and that covere
education in other phases, 5
Henry Hadow, whom he kn

personally, and who had invest





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Buenos Aires later today His) (2) ae is oe meen te | tioned had set out in 4 repo
wife and family remained in Brit- Taibr iid ‘Spa bats “te cr writ ve yes i lec i ome y Stee
tiny and an. Sinbaeny spokesman Kau! tnd Spanish to the eurviev-|eory which ad, tes ‘peo Nut |
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TOKYO, May 30. With regard the , V going to tak ;
Japan formally notifiea the! tions 1 system he wold sas : at | wiail A. ;
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PAGE TWO



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Caub Calling

RRIVING from Grenada yes-

terday morning by B.W.I.A.
was Mr. Gordon Carter, Deputy
Chief of United Nations’ Inter-
national Children’s Emergency
Fund (UNICEF) Area Office for
Central America and the Carib-
bean with headquarters in Gua-
temala City.

He has. stopped off here for a
few days on his Caribbean tour
to discuss with the Director of
Medical Services and the Gov-
ernment, the possible forms of
assistance for child health under
UNICEF.

Mr. Carter expects to be here
until Monday when he leaves for
Antigua. He is staying at the
Ocean View Hotel.

At the Airport to meet him was
Dr. J. P. O’Mahoney, Director of
Medical Services,

Tornadoing Tonight?
NIGHT is Tornado Night at
the Crane Hotel and I under-

stand that you can wear whatever
you wish — anything from a tail-
coat to a Bikini, in fact. There
will be musi¢, dancing, a bar and
a cool breeze, Incidentally, for
any Tornado skipper who feels as
though he is losing his “sea legs”
I would prescribe a trip outside
to look at the rollers off the reef
—that should sober him up quick
encugh! .

The dance, you may have
heard, is being run to try to
amass some money to defray the
expenses cf the Trinidad Tornado
Team which is due here scme-
time in June,

If the dance is as much fun as
Tornadoing to coin a new
word, I think — it will be a great
success,

After Three Weeks
Arm spending three weeks’

holiday in Barbados, Miss
- Yolande Clausel of St. ’ Lucia
returned home yesterday morn-
ing to resume’ her duties at
Barelays “Bank. During her stay

she was a guest at “Allworth”
Cheapside. :

On Hecliday

M** EARL GILMAN of Cali-
fornia, arrived here yes-
terday morning via Trinidad by
B.W.LA.,, for a week's holiday
and is staying at the Ocean View
Hotel. Her husband who is pro-
ar = Resort Hotel in Cali-
mia, is expected to joj or
theetty. pec 0 join her

Back From Grenada .

M*s ENA MUNRO of Terese
eauty Salon, returned
from Grenada yesterday morning
by B.W.LA. after spending a
Short holiday with her relatives.
For Health Reasons
mete GIBBS of the
overnment Printer
St. George’s, Grenada, *
yesterday morning
On a visit in the interest of his
health and is staying at the
Cosmopolitan Guest House.

On Business

M* JOHN MASSIAH, Over-
seer of Andrews Factory

in
arrived
by B.W.1A,

and son of Mr. and Mrs, Stewart
Massiah of Springhead, St. James,

lett for St. Kitts via Antipu
yesterday morning on a Buathess

visit. He expects to return on
June 9,

Proprietur Returns Home
43 oy BENTO returned to
ntigua yesterday morni
by B.W.LA, atier a pe Susie
ness visit staying at the Hotel
Royal. He is proprietor of Harp-
er’s Ltd., Druggists of St. John's,

Spent A Month
ETURNING to St, Lucia
yesterday mornin b
B.W.LA, were Miss Agatha e Mar
shall, Clerk of the Town Board
and her sister Beryl, an employee
of Cox and Co,, merchants of
Castries. They had spend abouc
a month’s holiday here staying
with Mrs. E. Griffith of “Rose-
neath”, Wellington Street,

Y attending the



“HOW'S THAT” is what one of the twin sons of England’s Norman
Yardley, seems to be yelling as he lies in his father’s arms.
The answer, if one is to judge from the expression of his twin

brother, seems to be “NOTHING DOING"!
Both boys were born in Yorkshire and their father hopes that
one day they will follow him into the county team.







Arriving Tomorrow Presentation
Mi: AND MRS, PADDY PRESENTATION of a silver
EGAN and their daughter

salver and silver cocktail
wladeline of St. Matthias Gap are shaker was made to Mr. S. I
due to arrive in Barbados gn Foster, Inspector of Waterworks,
Sunday by the Elders and Fyffes Soocuar = iba ehhocnion
_ yen et mee where on his termination of 27 years

mr. Egan who is employed PS ee ee a Commis-
wita the firm of William Fogarty sion rank in the Royal Air Force

Cbwa Egan eT Of Mr J. Hein the First World War and dur-
s ena cat ing the last quarter century he
ae (ay aap agg ng ad has seen many changes in meth-
} ghan Miss M A. Callaghan ods of work and in personnel.

He has been in charge of the

Miss D, E. Flynn, Mrs. L. M. Har- troublesome Bast

08 Water
greave, Miss S. M, Hargreave, 7 ined sone
Miss E. J. Henzell, Rev. and Mrs, â„¢#!". a roe oo yo es taf
E. M, Millier and two children #V¥® months’ leave and the stafl
Mrs. E, L. Ince, Mr. S. Mellox of the Waterworks yesterday
Mrs. R D Radcliffe Mr avail hoped that with his mental and
Mrs. P. G. Rees, Mr’ and Mrs, Physical vigour, he would fin
w. H. H. Vaughan and two chil- tee en aa hates
, dren and Mr, and Mrs. D. H, 2m [on fo taten 1A “ty

and all that he might look for-

Williams. ward to in his retjrement.

Superintendent of Police

After he was presented with
R. W. R. WEBER, Senior the silver salver and _ cocktail
Superintendent of Police in shaker, Mr. Foster said that he

British Guiana arrived here yes- had spent many happy years with
terday morning by B.W.1LA. from them, and if he were to come
Trinidad for a few days before across any more leaks he would

Jeaving on the S.S. Colombie for not fail to report them.

the United Kingdom on six n

months’ leave, While here he is Shirley’s Beauty Shoppe
laying with Mr. M. White of St. RS. DOROTHY TALMA-

Montell, has recently return-

(Lawrence,

ed from the U.S.A, -after
Students Home On attending a nine months’ course
Holiday at the Apex School of Beauty,
. 7% New York. ‘
ee Su caren She tells Carib that she intends
is taking a degree in English ‘at opening a Beauty Parlour—
McGill University is now in Bar- Shirley's Beauty Shoppe—at the
a , v,4 third floor, No. 47 Bolton Lane

bados for three months’ holicay © folie. &
which she is spending with from June 3. Bookings can be

ner

‘ . ins é at telephone No, 8345,

parents Mr, and Mrs, D. M. Dray- Made at ] :
Off tv St. Lucia

ton of Navy Gardens, Christ
Church. She arrived on Thursday R. LEON ALLEYNE, Super-

by* T.C.A,

; intendent of Works, Fort
Another student returning Royal Garage, left yesterday
frcem Canada by T.C.A. on Thurs- morning by B.W.1A. for St.

day to spend a holiday with her Tucia on a visit in the interest
relatives was Miss Pamela Reed of his firm. He expects to be
who is doing nursing at the away for about ten days.

Royal Victoria Hospital, She is

down for four weeks’ holiday

and is staying with her mother Graduated In Engineering

Mrs. F. L,. ed ‘of “Herbert R, PETER FARMER an old
House”, Fontabelle. . Lodge Boy who graduated
Congratulations in engineering at McGill Uni-

_. versity
CORSE AT ULATIONS to Miss here the

Pearl Brown daughter

on Wednesday, arrived
following day by 'T.C.A.
of and is spending a holiday with

Mr, and Mrs, Hilton Brown of his parents Mr, and Mrs, C. I.
Spooner’s Hill who celebrated Farmer of Gibbons Plantation,
her 18th birthday yesterday. Christ Church, before leaving for

1s Trinidad.

S.D.A. Minister Mr. Farmer expects to take ‘up
PAsToR M. A. JOSEPH of the an appointment with Trinidad

Seventh Day Adventist Leaseholds Ltd,

Church in St. Lucia returned His brother-in-law and sister,
home yesterday by B.W.I.A. after Mr. and Mrs. W. Beck of Trini-
Congress of tie dad who were in Canada on long
Leeward Islands Mission of S.D.A, leave also arrived here’ on Thurs-
His wife and daughter Myrtle day by T.C.A. They are remain-
who came over with him and ing for three weeks’ holiday
were staying at Berwick Guest which they are spending at Gib-
House will be remaining for an- bons,

other two weeks staying with Mr. Beck is an engineer em-
Mrs, Joseph’s mother at Kew ployed with Trinidad Leaseholds
Road, Tudor Bridge. Ltd,





neath, Wellington Street, Road, ‘tudor ‘Bria
Visit Of Sultan From “Abode Of Peace”

: LONDON, May 20,
His Honour Omar Ali Saifuddin
Sultah of Brunei—the state which
contains the richest oilfield in the
British Commonwealth — arrived
in London today on his first visit
to the United Kingdom.

He wi@l be in Lond
ene: oe the ‘Gubnmmer angers

summer “season”
and will see s mething of such
national events as the Chelsea
Flower ‘Show, the Derby, the

“Trooping of the Colour’ cere=
mony, the Royal Tournament, the
Henley Regatia, He will also
attend the Ascot races,

He will sightsee in London and
Edinburgh, visit beauty spots in
the Lake District, and the fruit-
wring county ¢ Kent frequently

scribe as ee
England,” ee

Amongst visits of especial inter-
est to the Sultan will be those to
industrial centres.

He is to visit the dockyards at
Portsmouth, Shipbuilding yards at
Glasgow and coalmines in the
Glasgow area, And he may visit
a or oil refinery under con-

ruction at Grangemouth, near
Falkirk.

He will study government
practice by attending the House of
Commons and local council meet-
ings; and education by visiting
Cambridge University.

Before returning home,

His
Honour hopes to cross to

the



Continent and visit France
Switzerland,

The Sultan succeeded to the
title just two years ago, on the
death of his brother, The state’s
capital has the same name as the
state itself—Bruei. The alternative
name, Daru’l Salam, means
“Abode of Peace.”

Although Bruei is the smallest
state on the island of Borneo, it
has created an industry whien
has become the greatest of its
kinds in the Commonwealth,

and The Seria Oilfield employs more
than 5,000 people, including 500
Europeans. The production of
crude oil now exceeds 100,000
barrels a day,

In 1951, the total state revenue
reached the record figure of over
$68,000,000, of which more than
$25,000,000 was received from
mining rents and royalties. There
was a surplus of over $60,000,000
on the year’s working,

—L.E.S.



Podgy Pig.

The days have become shorter

he spies is “rh,
and colder, and Rupert wants to Podgy.’’ he calls, ‘*come and
tun around, *‘* There's nothing ike pe It's a lovely day.’ He runs
a game of foorball for warming Pe au no. but to his SNP ee
ois ine y P, says Mrs, Bear, “ so cake of him. Keeping his eyes on the
your big ball and go out and find path betore him, the little pig
your pals. Rubert needs no plods silently onwards as if his
second bidding he first person thoughts are very tar away.



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King Baudoin In | Listening Hours
Italian Romarce | #.00-—7.15 p.m

ROME, May 30.
Young King Baudoin of Beigium

De Savoiaaosta are headed for a

meeting in Italy which may lead | sports
\to a royal wedding.

their families were already here
for a preliminary
gathering.

nouncement

An engagement an-}
is expected.

the 22-year-old daughter of the,
late Italian Viceroy to Ethiopia
at Villa Sparta residence of former
Queen Helen of Romania near
Florence. The king in semi-secret
sipped out of Brussels yesterday
by train. —C.P,

CROSSWORD







Across

Save the reverse change.

Tweiltth on the score card

Its trickle may be by dru

Thinty disguised passer (6)

. Dentists leaving ? (3)

. You see 22 move on 4 this. (4)
In the cig. auntie smoked. (5)
This summer's Lord's challenger.
(6) 20. Pines for the bird. (5)
See 13, (4)

Captain Carisen wore one, (5)

. I'd seen a carminative. (7)

Down

. Make the singer give up
Unravelied the mystery
Tags on ite antiers ? (4)
Slip up and take the message (6)
Berry for jam (4) 6 Fish (3)
Aian becomes @ fiim star (4)
Did Ada trudge fur a degree (Â¥)
Retraces the walks (8)
Decorative (6) 16 Row
May be succeaasmuiiy spun
Makes 21 usable (4)

Join up (3) 31 See iv
ution of Saturday § vuezie Actas,
ate & Olive @ Rive, 10 Pear

Aliso 615 Humid it

21 Keen 22, Even. 24
Sied 27 Damp

tif 3% Ovation

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(Local & Visiting Members ‘
Only) Foragood time
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By courtesy of the British
Council there will be a Film
Show in the Ballroom on
Wednesday, June 4th at 6.30
p.m.

The Garden—St. James
TO-DAY 8.30 p.m.
“KID GALAHAD”
Wayne MORRIS &
“CASABLANCA”
Humphrey BOGART _

The programme includes
short films of the Royal
Naval Collegg, Dartmouth
Water Polo, Scotland Yard
and a Charlie Chaplin movie.

Members are cordially
invited,

of
No Admission Charged.

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Fisheries Research Boat Investi-

gator with effect from the Ist
June, 1952.
Mrs. E. Chase to be Super-

visor, Main Kitchen, General
Hospital, with effect from the 16th
June, 1952.

Miss J. Pickering has been
appointed’ Stenographer-Typist to
the Natural Gas Corporation with
effect from the 26th May, 1952.

Arrangements have been made
for Mr. R. MecConney, Senior
Clerk, Accountant General's Office,
to be seconded as Chief Clerk to
the B.W.I. Central Labour Organ-
isation, Washington, with effect
from 15th, June, 1952.

The secondment will be for
three months in the first instance
and will be subject to extension
to a period not exceeding three
years .

Information has been received
from the Colonial Office that Miss
Kathleen Yvonne Bulpitt has been
selected for appointment to the
Colonial Service as Sister (De-
partmental Theatre) at the Barba-
dos General Hospital,

It is expected that Miss Bulpitt,
who is at present serving as Thea-
tre Sister at St. Helen’s Hospital,
Hastings, will sail from the United
Kingdom to take up her



was made to the Privy Council for
leave to appeal and barrister

loyd Luekhoo flew to London
ast week to argue the appeal be-
fore Lords Norman Oaksey and
Tucker.

Main argument of the appeal
was that the trial judge allowed
inadmissible evidence to be led
at the trial which was highly pre-
judicial.

Teper who served most of the
past fifteen months in hospital
was released last night and re-
united with his wife and three-
year-old son.

Defence counsel at the trial were
Lloyd Cabral, associated with
Lloyd Luckhoo instructed by Miss
Ena Luckhoo,



Prompt Deliveries

@ From Page 1

stantly changing now and Japan
may fall in under pressure
but Lan iré’s present prices
are competitive with the last
known Japanese price.

The main point is
changed circumstances of the
United Kingdom industries it
should now be possible to obtain
British goods of right type at com-

that in

Boyce of Ashton Hall St. Petor
Widow, to the estate of her hus-

band Rupert Douglas Oxenal
Boyce, deceased.
Miss M. A. Reece, instructed

by Mr. G. L. W
of the firm of Cottle Catford &
Co. appeared for the petitioner.

The wills of the following were
admitted ~ to probate, Francis
Augustus Yearwood, St. Michael;
George Duncan Albert Burke,
St. James; Caroline Edy, St.
Philip

Decree Nisi

In the Court
Matrimonial
G. L. Taylor yesterday
decree nisi in the suits,
Allan, petitioner, S. E
respondent and W. E
co-respondent; D, B.
petitioner and G. Stic.

Clarke, Solicitor



for

Causes,

Divorce
Mr.

and
Justice
granted
W._H.
Allan
Purdin,
Adderley,
Adderley,

respondent; and R. A, 3rath-
waite, petitioner and BE, G
Brathwaite, respondent,



CEMETERY OFFICE
BROKEN

The Office at Westbury Ceme-
tery was broken and entered be-
tween 5.30 p.m. on Wednesday

the annual Synoa of the Anglican
Church—something like a family
meeting to discuss and to plan
for the future—said they were
getting accustomed now to héar-
ing the Church denounce Com-
munism and to telling people tha*

in this age the Chureh was en-
gaged in a deadly battle; that
their civilisation had crashed
about their ears and that the

Christian way of life was in dire
peril of being overwhelmed, “We
have been told,” continued
Bishop Wilson, “that the weapons
of Communism are very subtle
ond insidious and are directed,
not in open assault, but like ter-
mites, eating away our civilisation
from within.”

The Bishop stressed: “The anti-
God, anti-Christian forces are to
be found at work in almost every
land—including the West Indies—
and almost every department of
life, In schools and universities,
corrupting the young in political
parties and trades unions; in
works and factories, in Town
Councils and local Government
and then, in some parts of the
world ‘there are governments
whose avowed aim is to destroy
the Christian Chureh, Catholic
and Protestant and the very way
of life for which she stands,

Oxford University versus Wor-
ceter, match drawn. Worcester
272 and 277 for 6 declared. Oxford
University 412 for 8 declared and
135 for 6 :



Teams Going By Air
To The Olympics

AN Olympic airlift, lasting ai-
most a month, will carry British
competitors in the Olympic
Games to and from Helsinki.

York aircraft will carry each
of the 17 teams to Helsinki fc ur
days before their sports are cue
to begin, to allow for acclimatisa-
tion and last-minute training

This will be the first time the
British teams have been flown to
the Olympic Games, although
seme teams were flown to the
Empire Games in New Zealand in
1950.

Frieze Wins Oaks

EPSOM DOWNS, May 0)

Captain A. M. Keith’s Fricze,
100 to 7 outsider on Friday won
the 174th running of the Oaos
Classic over 14 miles af the rolling
Epsom track. Winning purse was
£16,500.

Nineteen 3-year olds started in






SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE |
TS eT one
- - 5 .
' - S k A’S NEW LEADERS TAKE OATH IN NEW DELHI Rain Saves ennencnaneny Salvation Arn I 247ES OF EXCHANGE
a 3 } * y - RIDA MAY 2
nee Bu? cvINE e ~~ oS ' a - oe ] 3 Ta inidad 50 Yea ee oe
¢ * ‘* EONS de ee * VBA AND AIR % if i 2 ears sae em NEW YORK
Defence Pact Indians ; SMA Al : AES an suet sar 1
eee Our Gwn. Corre % ; % ‘ F-SPAIN, May 23. 73 110% Cat :
By HAROLD LOWRIE LONDON, May 30. ° ui i ~ m Army ill ce T1 4/10% Currene GY 9/10 %
Rain saved the Indian tourisis y i ( %/brate next mon the Gold sae Come Say "a
WASHINGTON, May 15. from defeat * — to-day % x Jubilee of its arrival in. Trinide CANADA 7 c
Australia is anxious to move where with eight wickets down, 9 * The celebrations will spread « 16 1/10% Cheques on Bankers 14 4/20%
into a front seat for the review they were still 170 runs behind “-“eGo6s 6669992 | cx weeks . Demand Draft u wr
and planning of world affairs. Somerset when play w In Carlisle Ba It was in 1902 that the first !Wwij0% Cable oi
And she starts a campaign this abandoned. The Indians’ opening y | small barid of Salvation Arr 74 G/10% Currency @ ‘wyhe *
week to do so when Prime Min- bat Ray blossomed out asa bow!- <4. cigudia S$. Sch. Enterprise ¢..| Officers .earmme to Trinidad ‘ oo To tees
+ ister Robert G. Menzies arrives er during Somerset's second i- sen. ¢ M., Sch. Sunshine R. M.V.| spread their doctrine and hetp }3* macs m
for a_ series of top important ae when ren, were #OINg Lady Joy M.V Compton, Sch Gyr E |} in curing the island’ il wero
talks with Secretary of State or quick runs. He claimed 5 for Smith, Motor vessel aor 1.549 , 7 , °
Dean Acheson. 53 with offspinners before Rogers, Mac er ee eet ae The celebration will inclu Revitalise Your .
Menzies will get down to the who made 53 declared the innings ARRIVALS holding of a congress over whi
fine detail of implementing the losed at 188 for 9. S.S. Craftsman 4,000 tons from 1 | Colonial William Sanson, Terti- wenn
all-for-one Pacific security and The tourists never looked like dad DEPARTURES torial Commander, whose he And You'll Feel Young—Leok Young >
Treaty signed by Australia, the getting the 289 needed for victory Lucille Smith, MW. hady N quarters are in Jamaica, will pr nine ages Meh oS mat Bere
United States and New Zealand, against the fast bowling of Trem- MV pias n. 53 Canadian ¢ ide; and a funds-raising drive cath : : a autler treme
and the setting up of the Pacitic and ‘the offspinners of Robi h. Philip Davidson assist expansion of the Afr Getting up Nights, Burning, [eehiry
Council, on who dismissed the first fou SEAWELL pervices eo waee a actnohe Cistiness, Fed
This will be composed of the batsmen before they reached ARRIVALS BY BWIA First operation of the Army © under Eyes, Swollen Ankles, koss of
three foreign ministers, who are double figures. ; ON FRIDAY Trinidad was the opening of ANE Reh Hit ott
expected to hold their first meet- Gopinath, 42 not out and Ad! tow Teena: . 4 es } . T - ainad , ne, NOW Creep
i i i; oe W. Weber, K. Gilman, G. Josept sailor’s home This was consid y Cheep,
ing this autumn to plan defences. kari 22, prevented a collapse wi h ON THURSDAY ered to be the most effecti s in 4 HOES
At present it is laid down that a stubborn fifth wicket stand and es “has Elizabeth K J means of inning its social acti 1 and pots
in = eeenk: ot an oraed tines sa aon tain came to rob xox. James Boyes, Mildred Chesterfe'd, | ities as there was then great necd ; , ’
on any one 01 em, each c . SOMCESet. ARRIVALS BY B.W.LA t . teanded ai ng ick, Act Now! In u
recognising it would be danger- Both Ghulam Ahmed and Ph: J- ON FRIDAY Me help ee C a x ~ " ’ tor and sane '
ous to its own peace and safety, kar who are suffering from strain From te Me , ; " da bi n § - sc Sone a re < iste I , se 2s
would act to meet the com- . erated ¢ - -: ire doubtful for the first Test «1- cioale Mr 3 So Mani bi te ea M ee — PE ere = . Cy stex':. pro:
mon danger. P . SAPS a though Phadkar batted in the Ernest Keeping narbour co Kianers. Aheumrtm. Bladder tecta vou.
That does not satisfy Australia . a ? a dad 5 Osan tourists’ second innings ARRIVALS BY BWA areas
Recent straws in the wind show- S oxy ‘ > A ninth wicket stand Of 98 WC- peom arensal FRIDAY
ing thi were a speech by the ey ? ?. ca tween Trevor Bailey and B. A 7 a W. Gitte a. « ‘ 4 4 &
U's. as ‘well ‘na questions in the ee ae aren foray Australian wie' et © Me, eeunee wi B.wtA New Loveliness For You
Ss . 3 set i : iF sOoper, delayed but could not 8
Risttalion patient “pointing MEWA-EMICTRD PRESIDENT Dr. Rajendra Prasad (left) and Vice President Sir 8, Radhakrishnan are shown veut Laneoghite’s victory Gee ihe per acise Oh ee a
oug that while Australia was ex- during the colorful ceremony in New Delhi as they took their oaths of office in the imposing Central Hall M.C.C. at Lords. Tattersall in A. Bento, i, Mussian ) ¥ ia \
pected to make its contribution of the Indian Parliament. A large portrait of Mahatma Gandhi looks down upon the scene, (International) bowled well to take 6 for. 68 in 26 | ON THURSDAY With j : } a |
to the defence of the free world, a be ,and Lancashire: wore deft to “% Teimeee cite, B. Farnum iad. i ad i
it had no say in global planning. B G M oy? Y ‘. get 85 for victory which they made Snoy!, E, Snoy!, S. Hochoy, C, Peterkin, | od
biccuscer tom auring ine else Merchant etitions Granted Communism 77°20! 25,1 bn Licey Eee 0m, has ie is eas
Washington visit will be Aus- e In the Court of a Scoreboard: Gl z en V. Brooke a Bancroft, P. Bancroft Si le Be ty PI
nen Ba : i of Ordinary yes- ° Z Glamorgan beat Lockhart, Peter Ince, Nacus Mousa Simple eauty an
tralia’s finan¢eial difficulties. W A ] terday, M atin 04 o.oo D Kent by an innings and 64 r Lysle Hive
Just what Menzies will propose ims ea granted the eee of ae isarml Glamorgan 375; Kent 209 and: 102 wor ewer eaibay eg Aw, h { ith Pylmolive Soa
5 ° i i is not i" ails ° ree * 4 " ie f ‘ash your face with Pylmolive Soap
cnnein. oe he Scene to (From Qur Own Correspondent) Tie, rs : Letters of M 9 = Mi ds Sa kaunpletedies beat Hamp "3 “Naarshal A. Marshall, M. J ' B Then, for 60 seconds, massage oak
ask for help both in Washington GEORGETOWN, B.G., May 29 Thees ‘werer. Whe ee ens in shire by five wickets. Hampshire | Alleyne, ¥. Ciaizel rr Paimolive's soft, lovely lather. Rinset
and London shortly afterwards. Lezjor Teper, Polish born B.G. Gy jog Be Wai he petition of 267 and 179 for 6 declared: No he | | Do this 3 times a day for 14 days.
He is bringing with him his businessman has been freed by dale, Riv re re of Clover- — Pi. h Wil. ants 268 for 8 declare +e a ies! CP his cleansing massage brings
Defence, Treasury and Foreign the Privy Council of a seven-year Widow re toad, St Michael, 8 op rtison for 5 ea | MAIL NOTICE ur ekin Palmotive's full
mee, + a : m mal servitude sentence i ned ow, to the estate of her hus- bee . utifying effect!
Affairs chiefs so that top level mpo. I Lancast bes C -
decisions be ade on the Justice Hughes in February, 2297 Otho McArthur Waithe, (From Our Own Correspondent) : cashire beat the M.C.C. by! watts tor St. John, N.B. and Montren ,
ecisions can ma : 2? deceased. TRINIDAD, May eight wickets. M.C.C. 231 and 182)». the 1 Os ‘on
spot 1951 for y setting fire to “ “yy, wate v4 , (Barnett 57 flee Jb) the M.V. Canadian Constructor
Spo, his dry business, and his fr, W. W. Reece, Q.C,, in- Yhe Bishop of Trinidad, the La , Bailey 45 not OUT); | be closed at the General Post Omer |
wite's Regent Birect property. structed by Mr. G. L. W. Clarke, Rt. Rev. D. J, Wilson, last Monday Lancashire 329 and 85 for 2, 1 Wedel Aah -Middikeccd Malle at 90
C S A ointments Following the jury's guilty ver- Solicitor, of Cottle Catford & Go evening told his flock gathered Somerset va. Indians, match | careel eg Registered Mails at 9 a.
« Os APP diet Defence Counsel asked the “PPeared for the petitioner. in the Cathedral of the Holy ro Somerset 330 and 188 for} June, 1982
The following appointments in J to reserve law points for ,, he petition of Albert Edward Trinity; that the threat to the i Mf Sadan Indians 238 and 119} ——~— a ethical ee
ai % a S deesiae eave. eae by the West Indian Forde of Whitehall, St. Michael, Christian Church “is disarming "Ge sadbnes ‘
inate with effect from the dates Court of Appeal but after hearing Sneaweer to the estate of to many peéople’s minds.” Match d 6 ershine versus Sussex. |
tioned hereunder:— the arguments the Judge refused haat, Stuart late of Near Fast His Lordship, who was deliver- i 5 ee Sussex 208 and 242 ;
mentione er ' to entertain the application. oint, St. Philip ing his sermon in connection with f° 9. Gloucestershire 447 for 7 *
Mr. L. Hoyte to be Captain, Later a successful application Petition of Constance Beatrice declared.






etiti rice if there i The popularity of John White shoes is built on
new petitive price re is proper and 6.00 a.m. on Thursday. People, the Bishop added, were the race exclusively for fillies ‘ Mas DEPENDABILITY. Comfort
pppointment about the 4th June, contact between the importers and F. A. Bullen, Superintendent of euhag used to ba told these Frieze an English bred horse, won VALUE, s well as P he ae
1952. the United Kingdom manufactur- the Cemetery, reported the inci- things. Then he asked: “How by three lengths from Zabara, an- and style? — Yes, certainly - they are as easy~
gs — benefit peste ee dent to the Police. Nothing was much difference is it making to oa se bred, Moon Star was fifting and smart looking as you could wish. But
s ose trade connection eady stolen. their loyalty to the Church and in third place. / el ha = 1 i kas
Fire At Vaughn S exists through which information Gwendolyn Clarke of the Child- thelr a nan go Christian Zabara was second favourite a their outstanding VALA hr 8 what men expect and ; on market conditions and supply ren’s Goodwill League, Constitu- witness? ” 9 to 2, Moon Star, owned by always get when they insist on shoes made by P
One and a half acres of fourth egpects is fully exchanged. tion Road, reported that an un- —_ as pbs taplncctieane «WOOL Woodward of New York, Jobn White. See them for yourself in leading
crop ripe canes were burnt when H.M. Government are anxious known boy snatched two purses were stolen trom his home be- was 9 to 1—C.P.

a_ fire
Plantation, St.

occurred at Vaughn’s
Joseph at about

to promote common interest M

containing keys and money. They
Colonial consumers and home in-

} tween 6.45 a.m, and 12.15 p.m
are the property of Phylis Year-

stores throughout Barbados,
on Thursday.

SNAKE KILLED







7.30 p.m., on Thursday, They are dustries by encouraging these wood and Muriel Elliot of the A gold ring was stolen when A snake about a foot long wa
the property of Joes River Estates trade contracts and by stimulating Leasue. The incident occurred on the house of Goulbourne Cummins killed yesterday on an alley
Ltd., and weré insured: enquiries about type deliveries Thursday. mc. ' of Spring Farm, St. Thomas, was Upper Broad Street. It as
A quantity of trash was also and prices of textiles in special eke teas en ai eta ae broken oA pro ae 9.30 seen crossing thhe road by a
mnt i i emand in the Colonial market. y Lord’s Hill, St. Michael, re- p.m, on Wednesday and 7.30 4.M. passerby who severed the -
burnt in this fire. dema ported that a quantity of articles on Thursday. Quite a number



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ASA ANOATE raters | VOBODY’S || PHOTOGRAPHS |

Ca BARBADOS aiae —o-

: : : Copies of Local Photographs

Printed by the Advocaie Ce. Lid. Broad Si, Bridectows John Bee kles DIAR Y | Which have appeared im the
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Adrocate Newspaper

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anus patient ;Monda;—Do vou know where is Jessamine



the slaves and to halt the arc comes, the Registry — wes Avenue’ I thought not. Look next . |

Saturday, May “1. 1952 A Changed Soriety tivities of those who were evad- abandoned by the Ho a
ng the Act of 1607, by smug- mons. But the Secret

tee eur £ung sieves

a



of Com-
of State you're driving down Beckles Read. it
mtv the colonies. for the Colonies, Lorg Safhurst





Some time vetore

‘| ADVOCATE STATIONERY



Se oe



left hand side. But don't seis





















































J nen John Beckles was The af strenuously oppus- mete a let to the Governor} j
bern he ideal the Ghece>- ot . ee ae ae to find any jessamines. They grow near |}
. > —_— tor ot i = ec i West indies In Bar- of each West indian color 7 2 ve }
Ww oO M E NX pte! vathaD sociely bad ub- badeos, the slaves, who vaguely secommending that the various St. Paul's Avenue. That is frangipani | aa f
eg in the early das afer its se ersy ‘that raged between ‘the ure that would atidin the same jessamines grow near St. Paul's Avenue ,
Dr. HYACINTH MORGAN the Grenada- rs mei, the populstion of Bar- planters and the English aboli- object as thx Registry Bill Some people spell jessamine “Jasmine”, |} |
<9 SaGds consisie® manuy of while tionists, came to believe that Beckles teck the fi opportunits é a ‘s
born member of the Uriited Kingdom Par- mali farmers, who owned 2 few their freedom had been granted to recommend < lar measure but it's really safer to call the one near}
ss ‘ acres ach rhs stur- . aie * 4 “ aa all mia vie “ om .
liament has om many occasions stressed pon pliner oor pina tien a w og ae at eens See _ favourable receptic = St. Paul's Avenue Plumere Rubra.
. c a its © help them 1 2210 iy heir masters. The ai- the ouse TT. such 2 Bill . .
that until there is greater respect for West raise crops of tobacco antl ‘titude of the planters, who op- stripped of the clauses that in- There's a long tale about how Frangi- |} @
x ae cotian. if was @ society in whi ~ t Cg Isr, a : : a |
indian women it is impossible to actueve @ properties ‘wns ‘widely diaktGanes ae oes — Aiphone - a Gor, ge aga aga pam came to be « name of the Jessamine }
triput t 1 ve - better West Indian society. atiy half of the population creased the icions of the reasonable objection i : but that's copyright in the Alcoa Book on | )
aie . ae - wVving 2 Stake m the cour slaves. That wus t ati to the r ae re ’ nee
a publicity has been given it But douse Jong the econsey af onct a cantie soled Die anne Se eas ae he eclared in 2 Piewees obtainable chiefly in Port-of-/}}
. : _ a came af sort of t i e memar beech. i might > â„¢
© West Indies to Dr. Morgan's statement ~ ane was completely ters had long feared. For, during good and could do no possible pale for more American dollars than |} The best way you know how- |
changed. The imtrotiuction of ii 782 3 rose arm: and ii-was “filly adequ: ae Len een 9 i ;
of these evident faci suget and the ponsbliuce et ie APE. JMS tee Scgroee oe ap Levu and Hat “iuly adeuuste| © T've yet been sble to hoard. seems that! - 144 ¢55 auality branded |
* : i. . 2 . et = Dee ciel ‘ ro ae . 7 iP 2 . talanbe ; = > yy
insufficient publicity has also been given ats uctor get ee ge scale a i, one of the most formidable The planters could still abject to frangipani is a French perfume (not/# Bt
ted men whe could affor c ‘+ 2 s iT) aut iW
te the work that is ber done for West sem aoe Sar ae oe insurrechonsir the island's the Bill on the ground that it Ingrid Bergman's: hers smelis like in- if PAINTS, ENAWELS, VARNISHES :
te the Ss ng buy big qientations. Gradual ‘ides sought % prevent what had ' :
. } shit « ae a § " o ‘ + ++ . + ) +
Indian women: and for the work that re- a — white farmer wa The Barbadian planters oppos- never happened. that me Africans cemse. But getting back to St Paul's|# that guarantee long run economy? |
: a OToeG anc ne s ‘ =e : ‘tear had been 7 tr in r mee t r < 7 - ?
mains to be done. There has been m re- paves of the mdenturer serv <= we ——— aan a (100 and pes at Eo nape — nue. Something very strange about }
were talc th fim. STounts. The : ; = - aieaaiia Be alte ae D |!
cent pears in this island a mesumgence of pated aac ay Shousanas Gi im- -., staves had been illicitly am- imported. This quetifer Be avenue. BM hasn't got a wall (and /{f
] viet Atvieen exives no slaves had been illic n eel ; , )
imierest about women's welfare and the This change was ‘1 ported into the isiand since the a mpathy and s ‘ty you know that one about St. )) And that goes for jobs ashore |
se aes | a Setes . aie the abolition of the siave trade. They € c_that what was tay a treme * : : hes 1 |
struggling YW .C.A., movement has this ese ard a a disp contended that ‘tie Gili nownam Herbadoc-wa: Paul, the basket and the wall). I and afloat! |
5 E and healt: the island * at iad in England anc in >
vear been voved S480 br the Government did men like Sir Peve sought to obtain « registry ef Known 7 —s astead a glorious bougamvillaea oo |
of Barbatios ae ae _mepitiation more effective than a wall in keeping jf |
“gy ; ‘tee people out and of course too beautiful |
Tr a —— She . .
The Government aiso contributes $354 for words. There are plenty of walls i] 0
annually ip the umes Association however back of St. Paul's which spoil - ” "



$720 to the SF avis

anti $720 tp the Garis

the landscape and proclaim “here begin- | {ft
wth the Bay Street Housing Estate”

where live the rugged individualists.”
(PS. Hush you fool. You promised to}
keep politics out of this. So I did Par-

aon



SMS Ia VU :

The SPCA. therefore gets almost a



a]





mauch alone from the Government as the



Young Women’s

the



yy

Chiistiar
parison the Government . contributes
$53,280 annually to the University College
of the West Ince



vogetner By com-





caliy
tion
prueior:
Sin vex

Tuesday—My memory is like a sieve. To-|
dey I saw a push cart with letters. I can't |
' remember whether they said “Stap me}

"mh



It is obvious from these few statistics a or if you want me” or “if you want me stop
thet if the stetus of West Indian women 5 fer

me” or “it you want me stop me anc
call”. Icouldn't have wanted him. But

+byayt » 4C tt
to be raised, funds to achieve thal aim
































camps t t
must come from other than government outnurntering ne let that pass A COMPLETE RANGE OF THESE
the white planter: stead De |
Sources. coming more and more obsesset Wednesdey—Olive trees do grow in Barba- | FINE RECEIVERS
5 with ‘the of @ Slawe insur- =
The generosity of the people of the West rection dos. But not the Mediterranean olives | 5-TUBE TABLE MODEL RADIO —
dies was specifically recognised by the ii was in such 2 sucial climate vou eat at other peoples’ cocktail parties 6-TUBE TABLE MODEL RADIO : '
re 7 e ; a: s wed this lif. te . $-TUBE TABLE MODEL EADIOGEAM 275.00
Comptroller for Development and Welfare me € the The pop-gun shooting olives One of 330.00
" ‘a = ) 6 Assemb it T82 ant hme thon ; — yutsia i
in this report for 1940—42 ne 2 — i “ { Sout ft m Mihes to y Seve Colonial Secretary's window. I am g0- LET Us DEMONSTRATE ONE OF THE ABOVE SETS
One of the most striking features of the vears. He was # succe plant- to make him a present of a pop-gun | AXD JOIN THE HUNDEEDS OF SATISFIED OWNERS.
ext lies” 3 ont “is ¢ : ture ex, bemg the owner of o pre- . }
West Indies” he noted, “is the expenditure ome te tear Meade a oe so that when there is too much noise in °
of large amounts of money in weekly doier Michael and Baxters in St. Am- the Silent Zone be can hear himself
and in smalier ways of charitable someties on = iy hoo agen. the shooting DA COSTA i coe.. LID.
" ‘ . , buudit 20 Showy may — se
connected with the Churches and by mer- Mansius and his @: When is a zone not a silent zone
~} ~e omd oft _ Ss chee) then a
chants, shopkeepers and others i “Chertes Sine aa i aed A. When it is in town

vack to Culloden Road z





s dens
To-day that generosity of the West In- to Bay Street. Beckles was thus |\Thursdey—I bet you two cross-word prizes}
dian peoples is becoming sorely tamed : <— of substance, beside: for the Farnum for Finland Fund that |
rine 2 perry pos m it oi LOT
Every year sees increased demands on the House and 2 the you dont know what a brart is. Bea

ivate ix jduals xd 4com > and @ue course be became c
pr ida. als an a General and then Atiorney Gen-

newspaper relief and appeal funds have | eral of the island. Mis son, John slewes by imposing 2 tex om
ad become roufine affairs Aiepnt Beckles, later Decame every sieve owner m Barbados
- . = ae Y > : Lh c on woe “ty v oo eg +
Th aa ites Gov + of President of the Council and On this point they refuses eR netias i Saale sa allied
ne very fact that the Government of three times acted as Governor compromise. For ther claimed c Calyx. If you don't know what a caly
Barbad« nould sider the Y.WCA ' of Barbados; while this granmtisun, that the right of omposing tames Bu Beckles also songs } hw ee ‘tionary. What put
pades shel Sie sca re Edward Hyndman Beckles, be- on the people of Barbados and . prove the oocanion by cbserving is 400k it Up in @ qicuionar y ra ;
less in need of assistance from the S.P.C A. came Bishop of Sierra Leone. of passing lews for Ms mierna + the aslupd's slave lows wore ne on to Bracts was bougainvillaea. The
exon” cee Se “Tae: ‘4 yi i
ne owers of bougainvillaea are, says my} The game of games with



sport and hand im your donation today
hat's kind of you Now I'll tell

A bract is a small leaf or scale below}
























S| ‘s how j agrees } or- The highwey, new cz Teguigiien wes vested the —“s mos sanguiuaryr
shows how little with Dr. Mo ¢ Read, serves to rer us of House of Assemil;, w the were “2 disgrace















an's recipe for th elmprovement of West the power and imfiue once consent of the King and the it was true, he cone le encyclopedia “arranged in groups Li © uipment fr magnifi-
ie paar sad Sotanace aust sue Soe aa es rag | rieke oe a
indian society. ae ee could“ cnr tate vn pre Ashe Ae of threes, and are surrounded by an in-}} cent and low priced selec-
7 dian mids c ri © be safely or advan ¢ wr to : , . 2 . i -
; ‘ 5 1A _ Anti-slavery ling 2 sea by those who % the lews -were Qucre of petaloid bracts There's a uon.
It is even arguable that more good would Loti-sle — sn a ier stransées to these upon and were tberefore & -






nine iridretown who alwavs wears |
to offer the colonies.” measure 2 man in Bridgetown who always

be done to the island if the generous con-










r the prospect wes not be bougainvillaea. True he wears it with a E :
tribution to the University College of the Sruspere,, Constructive Statesmanship = expunged trom the pre a % wears it with chains, old | Indian Cricket Balls from
West Indies were reserved instead for the Engiand was Jonn Beckles was as firm a> There were other sihone ee “Ai © wears it Sas Balls $2.62 and English makes by
traini 4 payment of y W.C.A. official ' g to expre iieelf as D8 fellow planters in opposing that Beckies had to met. Far metal and whatever else he fancies. But | Wisden, Lillywhite, etc.
training and payment ¢ fs ais ?





opposed to the syster
oppused to the syster

‘ery and the West Indig



the Hegistry Bil as proposed by while Lord Bathurs was con-
the In

. , '
per vermment. But tor; tidttastle es he is not the only bougainvillaea wearer |
x al Govern rit cil c in his atti e and de- 2






But government cannot run or suppori












ai the 2 t is significant thet at the peak clared that the-island- had been in Bridgetown. The other day a cow)
, lanier: regarded ith alarm 7% Ss a oe . ae 3 e
everything and the fact that welfare work ar eieaant the «rowing % the crisis — he ‘was then attacked “‘with so much gaily caparisoned with Bougainvillaea |
; : yreat z yol- movement im favour of aboli- aker of the House of Assem- steble vebemenre ” the at 7 . fe
for women offers so great a scope for vol Sia ian S008 tee Slenas of Con voice was beard speak- db the claim of the rownd her horns walked under the win- | Denis Compton among others.
untary workers is from many viewpoints mons took 2 siep thal seemed - ng the laws respecting the pass laws fc

dows of the Comptroller of Customs and |
i
ee (without paying excise duty) |



on Of the ee cvloured people and the ulation

4 ati “ mae , ~s ory} ie c hadew the t r
desirable, but particulerly because volun | foreshadow ‘th ef the island and urging colonies. Beckles emp



















Bats By Gunn & Moore, Gradidge,















‘ sleve trade. For in that wear a ised e . -
tary movements encourage private initi- ceodation was pase cating te Bouse t jegislation for however, that tthe British Gov- in the direction of the slaughter house. | Wickets M.C.C. size and Brass a
ative more than state-administered ongani- on the planters to take proper ‘the improvem of their condi- 9 ernn Was wowilling to exer- : nt j ruled and Shod .... @ $11)
. ie . ” am 4 care of their sleves and thu uer That such @ constructive cise the right they claimed un- ieliadionn is becoming gay. j
sations remowe all necessity ft icy was needed at the time to sess they were driven to do sc = rh * y that window dress- |
hacer ae ae save the reputation of the island by the refusal of the colonies to eS. want « Pay .
Unfortunately voluntary work requires years later—when Je enh gacane- med a ae ae hae “generally consid- ing is not taught in the ee a ads & Gloves
i *, imted Atterney the planters maintained that the «red a: highly necessary t eye a . o buv fvin
voluntary contributions and as the Comp- etn thee ce cane survaction was. des 00 the nal~° Gade” G8 was same astidtect Friday—Refused this morning t ne 2S E | 3 ; ;
troller for Development and Welfare by the British Parliament tion of the English abolition~ te Barbadian pride fish for a penny at half past nine. | A wide range of sizes and
"The passing of thet act had : there were others who British G wermmnent Smeit j Prices
nolicec ten years ago large amounts of disturbix eflect on the West @reued that the revolt was due the Bill mare pre r
money are already expend ded by charitable Indian planters. To those es- ‘© “the fact that, while the slave colonia] measyre and that they dia Saturday—There is no need to erect a statue
| pecially, who profited directly codes in the other islands had mot propase to interfere ‘unless to the originator of the Bushe experi-
societies, merchants and shopkeepers from the sleve trade, it was a ‘een révined, ameliorating the they were compelled 10 do so ir : a 0S a
: | shattering blow. Wilberforce had 4° of the blacks to a consider- the interest of the slave pepeia- ment : ; e e
There has been, too, a great change in succeeded in the first part of @me ' exter * Soe - Seated tien ae @: Beckles mai Just leave the Bay Street window as it |
inhe island sind be y ‘ crusade and they set fo won- ‘"®meined practically umchang tamed e Mother Countr; had , i
: this island and other parts of the West In- ee ae aa a, Moreover "the planters, in their placed a confidence ip the Bar is. i
1 dies since 1942 because of increased taxa- | snother campaign that uld ee = = oa ———. thet they would pass 2 Q@. Seen any oases recently? /
* a “<0 A ‘ 2 6 er of taxataon Dy tT Regist »eir wr , ;
tion, inereased elaims from organisations excite “il-degped expectations 1) re

“i cir- A. Yes, one at the Colony Club.

that camnot be gratified But, perial Government were ex- pian
cuiring only thet’

and increased cost of living and adminis- amid all the prophecies of gloom, 05 : = hey! a. domaging cums oer res
trative expenses. The dilemma facing Bar- Beckles kept his head and of- 280k Se Ras te ae
ra? : ? ee aCImE Hat feted no opposition to the f side the island. “How is it,” Dr us did John Berkles help

ss hain ts 4 Ts 30 . y
bados then is how to utilise the wide- submitting that Barbados, with Johnson had once asked of thé settle an issue in a manher that! OUR TOWN

j > Anainenioee slaves and their Planters in the Southern States brough satisfaction to the!
awake social conscience of a people at a iis ‘pennber of i of America, “that we hear the Mother Countre aod cnedit. tof













FOR THE

| rate of reproduction, had mo de-







}
J m t os he loude elps of liberty from the ; . acinus ;
time when everything depends on fundsto | sire either to perpetuate the ‘oudest yeips 0 Zz mm 1 his native lend His ievel- , ]
; = slave trade jor to evade any act oF!¥ of Negroes?” Similar headed and eonsimicfive states-| (By BEVERLY BAXTER) i ate
achieve success. + for ite abolition. opinions were now being freely manship brought advantage ta) 2 ; OLIDAY Ss.
In 1815 the English ebolition- €©*pressed about the West Indian the slaves for i m Ge those who | WE who live in St. John’s Wood may be ;
Even the young Y.W.C.A., movement | ists took another step in their P# had care of 1k __



“more caa-| part ef London, but we are also a com-





ine ; a ee . sustained efforts to improve the With a yeer, Jobn Beckles tious not t abuse or negiect! .
— limited nee cam oo to the jot of the Negro slawes. A Regis- received the chance to give prac-. them.” I resiored tra moulility munity on eur own. You may have read | Insist On
island’s women costs substantial sums to try Bill was introduced into the tical effect to his ideals. As 2 after 2 troubled period end pre-! that a - at 7 %
? . ; 2 G perioc and pr t, ome night last week, the Queen
z $ pe a a House of Commons with « two result of the slave insurrection pared the islang to mect the}. - ANCHOR PR
Fun at its present standard oA achievement: fold aim. It sought to keep 2 in Barbados and of the wide-~ ewen grester issues thet lay in | Mother, Princess Margaret, and the Duch- = ODUCTS
if it is to pay a highly trained Y.W.CA check on the mortality among spread opposition in other col- tu - } ess-of Kent came here to listen to Franz
‘ leader whose efforts will lead to the growth





Osborn the pianist. HAMS ji
and expansion of the Y.W.C.A. movement ee aes Soon, the Mild thermeid Theatee ait in | in Tins
on an island-wide basis it will need con-

' . = 2-Ib, 6-1, 10-1
; : . & an enchanted.Grove, will be playing the :
siderably more money, than it now has. | Our Readers Say: Berd. Later on, we shall have old Etonians |$ “Se tn ua
> 7} 4 2 ; Brisket i i
There seems only one way out of the | i with their tall daughters and top-hatted oe + in tins





































7 a ee ex it of “Unity, but amd political 1 rs made! sons, parkin r the annual . — ;
difficulty which faces the Y.W.C.A., and all nt ian” Ooo ea Ras een aa ai a. a their cars fo a |@ Roast Beef in Tins, 2% size
other associations engaged in social work Trade Unions And Political A pst ake : affairs may rise from any of| a ee : : i
é‘ ' ng vit When however, your leader- 4 mumber of causes, ome off The only drawback is that Hamish
in Barbados today. The government must Parties writer proceeds to complain »e, ch, I woul still contend.| pr. iis ie , : Se i Ser . Ye
istroihice legislatic ok ’ cthile that I had spoken of @ shortage ould be the smallness of the amilton, the publisher {who lives oppo- ur
vs 2 een eae + ee of my ning Consequentl community itself site me), is going to give a garden party
‘ot o The Editor btn. my — : ; community itself. me y y
for companies and individuals to deduct To The Editor, The Advocate— Barbados is clearly under a 2 - going gt g P WEEK-END PARTY
from income tax returns sums paid 1 SIR,—Your leadir ticle of ™isapprebension. I have 10 Your leader-writer’s second) to celebrate his firm’s 21st anniversary.
a 12 x eM 1s Surmsé D i Ww - ag . MAGI : . might? nd “ys £ on Pr)‘ 4 } >
ee a ' ee, ee od : uke ate on” weenie ‘politics tad Gres casei Authors are such untidy folk that they Sandwich Bread
proyvea ana roperiy congauctec ab&s ia- “ge ‘ pubis sarbacian pliti .aBOd on misun a in Se : wes ; - Carr’ a
in ee oth : ob Bestia as su did not, so far meanine Consequentiy,| Will almost certainly lower the social tone a aceon
ore th euch With the fire. 2.2 < member, mention a it) of the neighbourhood. Red Cheese FRESH
miy if such legislation is passed is there , it f either 2 by mame at any » any discus-j} - De Mace ae
ae ae ae ‘rai * tes Rl: puint lecture. Whether I have been (or,! PRECEDENCE Cheese in Tins j
any real hope of the Y.W_C.A. fulfilling th« / ’ ys has @ shortage or a le Bart intend y z Canada Dry Drinks VEGETABLES
; 7 : Son ; politics your party be pa atone ta Fe ees fe re — = I have a card of invitation from Briga- Gold Braid Rum
role which it ought to play in the life of merely ti nstrument of the uperabu it tal- become) a party aS igre ; d Rum
ing And until the on of I ahaa ane om ot, ent is a ma t of my con- DM. BEL | dier “Blastino” Critchley inviting his
sarpagos. ANG until) the majority of bar c S i 2 rt nd ar within th aM E i - z
a, xan tin the ss add that“ : t — oe naa to drink with him in the country
bacGian women al iree irom tne present — VWwCA ; . . . ”
- i es ? ; 1 « as where the YMCA | as a preliminary to a golfing “hole in one” $
timia wihiict snow D , f > : = .
ey ) ‘ j competition :
> 14 eg at nopes can ne enter- r : os oe ‘
ee, e all the ; t least ‘he has arranged the activities $
tainex improved society? ving ser S



4 in ‘ae right order.—L.ES,

A
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SATURDAY, MAY 31,



2 @ From Page 1
tifiecates, but would be felt
‘hroughout the island jn years to
come when the fruits
training would be disseminated
by the teachers throughout the
island. 4

“I have always thought that in

wae: fee Cee ont & Streets, Speightstown, on secondary schools had had to be TH ¢ AG s
. id, “whether it be ; Thursday night hauling away put in the lower forms of the | W/ DISTIN. ADVANTAGE.
elementary, secondary or first SELL-OUT AUDIENCE jammed the Coleridge and henareas of dollars’ worth of main school although they were sTiNcT

grade, putting aside everything

else, a lot depends on the per-
sonality of the teacher.”

No Substitute

He said that there could be no |)
substitute for teachers who had |

love for their calling, to whom
it was areal vocation and to
whom there was the knowing
that they had an opportunity of
rendering a service to the com-
munity,

And he was certain that to
all from time to time there would
come the satisfaction of know-
ing that, and that sustained them
even through those periods of
utmost gloom.

It was that sense, that higher
sense of vocation which buoyed
teachers along, even, as he had
said, in the most dull and depress-
ing hours.

In the life of every teacher,

of their ©

1952

Teachers Get



MR. J. W. B. CHENERY

see that We are not left behind
a the race for adopting these new
ideas,

Change Necessary

Pocket Theatre Group
Play to Large Audience

Goodwill League
with certificates of merit by Mrs. mad

L. Payne yesterday at the Chil- < :
dren’s Goodwill Lea sent. And so were Sir Toby Belch

They w

Parry School Hall—built to accommodate 400—on Wednes-

day evening when the Pocket Theatre Group of Bridgetown

oo Shakespeare’s ‘Twelfth Night’ or ‘What You
in,

Lasting for about three hours, the show did not cause a
dull moment for the audience. Every act drew hearty ap-
plause from them. During the acts, smiling faces showed
their appreciation.

Goodwill League
Nurses Presented
With Certificates

Three nurses of

A large part of the audience was
comprised of school children; most
of whom went to the show in
organized groups. The other part
of the audienee was chiefly made
up of residents of St. Peter and
the adjoining parishes.

“Malvolio” (Steward to Olivia),
,. played by Frank Collymore, seem-

the Children’s eq to be the favourite of the audi~
were presented ence, judging from the remarks
e by many of the people pre-

gue Centre. (uncle of Olivia) James Grossmith
ere Nurse P. Harewood, —"Feste”, a clown, Idris Mills—

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

ertificates



Store Broken

THIEVES broke into the
“Labourite” Store at the junc-
tion of Church and Orange

cloth and other goods. The
store is run by an Indian, Mr.
Kesseram.

Luckily for Mr. Kesseram
almost all—if not all—of the
goods have been recovered
While two of the thieves were
escaping with some of the
goods in grips, P.C. Howard
of Speightstown Police Post,
detected and chased them.
They dropped the grips and
made good their escape.

Other goods were found on
the beach of Orange Street.
A street lamp is just ten yards
from Mr. Kesseram’s store
but it was not burning, A
hasp and lock were removed
frdm one of the doors,





Sir John Returns



Primary Education
@ From Page 1

from the teaching of Latin and
Spanish then they could be taught.
Latin And Spanish

He realised that to introduce
that aspect of the system indis-
criminately would be useless, but
he was fortified in the view by
the fact that certain pupils of
elementary schools who hag left
tnuse schools and had gone on to

bright in English and Arithmetic
simply because they had not been
taught a language.

He had also given thought to
the possibility of Spanish be-
coming very useful to the Barba-
dian because of the potentialities
of the tourist traffic with Ven-
‘ezuela and other Spanish speak:
ing countries. ‘i

|

Small Number

He was aware that only a small
number of schools and pupils
were in fact teaching Latin and |
Spanish at present. |

Asked whether he was in effect |
aiming at free Secondary Educa- |
tion, Mr, Reed said that he ws.

He expressed himself in favour
of Compulsory Education but
pointed out that the accommoda-
tion problem would first have to
be mastered.

He told the Press that at present

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“ : 5 5 { Sones the total expenditure for the -irri Senact . 2 tet
every school master. there would. ..We, would in my opinion be Nurse E. Grimes and Nurse D. Sir Andrew Aguecheek — Miles From Inquiry the | total expenditure on dollars | Pleasant * non-irritant + invigorating + insecticidal
be such times, he said, as would 0ing the very gravest disservice Danielwho received 95, 92 and 90 Skewes-Cox and “Maria”—Elean- and of this two million dollars

make him wonder whether what oe educational future of the Marks respectively in their ex- or Hewitt-Myring. Sir John Saint returned by were used on Eduction and that

he was doing was really worth. Colony if we attempted to main- ¢@minations. “WAR IS A necessary evil” was B.W.1I.A. yesterday morning percentage was higher than in

while, but the reflecting know-
ledge that what he was doing

tain unchanged that system laid
down sixty, seventy,

or eighty present the certificates, Mr. John «g,

Before calling on Mrs. Payne to debated by the old scholars and
eniors present scholars of St.

from Grenada where lie had been
appointed a Special Commission

any other British West Indian

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5 ; ; ny. subsidiary company of Imperial Che strl
would bear fruit, perhaps not im- ¥&@?S 480. ora! M.B.E., said that it Silas Girls’ School, St. James in {0 investigate the present posi- oper 30.000 In Schools A subsidiary company of Imperial Chemical Industries Limited
i 6 ; as y < ' i . . i. " * . . i . .

ea in Ge eons “While the basis may remain jittee voor eames. ee ies the school room, st ad pea. on pty rs gyn’ the colony's He further pointed out that SOLE AGENTS AND DISTRIBUTORS
3 a bi ursda’ - e ore were roximate rty |
kept him going throughout his reine hee ee etn League saw the necessity for jowed rey a sronrernane ty "ataabs Government on future policy. Sete fe ee to ‘aeqnati- +6 mare Sa -
career which was sometimes to meet the changing thoughts and opening a day nursery for the ical gramaphone music, He told the Advocate that he sony. schools and there was ac- ee sities stein __ Ph.ags
throughout his life span. derheiits: ofthe exact 2 benefit of assisting working The Literary Group of St. Silas Spent most of his time interview? (¢ modation “for twenty-five eae A

Of all education, he said, through which we are passing. adie st 7 ee their children js run by St. Silas teachers aided 42 = eee: beoee tee thousand ‘at ten square feet per

a : * while at work. ' ‘ + 4.0w had to write his report for the 7
whether classical, mathemati We cannot be content to rest on ; : by Mr. O. W. Weekes, District * child. :
scientific or suateee. - teketee our, sures ape think Pia all oeastin of comes oon oan Welfare Officer for the area.© Government. Compulsory education would FOR BEST RESULTS FROM YOUR
which is needed to be done has j¢ stude :

A ten minute electric cut was
experienced in Speightstown. on
Thursday night. The street lights

inerease that number to at least
forty thousand and that would
mean finding accommodation for

was the ministering to the pecu-
liar qualities of man’s mind, soul,
and spirit, things which aimed at

He said that Grenada like Bar-

as student nurses by giving: them Mahle chi nveteeaati: ihe
Ss, ) 8 an e

jectures
for

been done and that no new devel-

opments aré necessary. in theory and practice

12 months. Three of these

STOCK

raismg him above the level to
which humanity if left alone was

“Therefore I feel confident that

uurses had satisfied the examiner,

and house lights all went off
around 7.30 o'clock.

canes were drying up very badly.
It was estimated that the crop

another ten thousand.
He suggested to the Press that

Dr. A. W. Scott, and the certifi- which should finish in another ; s for

apt to sink. ees So catoodts og hee with cates of merit will enable them For the past three weeks, resid« week or ten days, would be about they run 8 sempelgn * ene USE

Quoting, he said, “Education is the modern development and 10 take up responsible positions. ents of the town have been 2,200 tons of sugar as compared Planting trees al Wie wy soos
not. 00. mich the soquisitionaas ents will play their part Mrs. Payne said that she was ¢Xperiencing electric cuts. With last year’s record crop of School because i ioe dren out- ||| KOSSOLIAN MINERAL MIXTURE with Vitamin D.
knowledge but the formation of jy making their ee eihintor to pleased to see the nurses do so Not functioning since last 2,750 tons. they could vt anes rg ap FOR CATTLE
good habits” and said that that our educational development.” well in their examinations ana December, the Assembly Singers _ doors in the oo" a rovintind «ine
was as true to-day as it was a " at the end of Mr. Chenery’s hoped that they would continue Of Speightstown are hoping’ to Before going to Grenada, Sir in — tomfortahle con/i- anes a he fend
eentury ago when it was uttered| Agaress, the Principal of Erdiston their good work. begin practising next month, John spent two days in St. packed at must inevitably obtain A general Tonic and Appetizer, Damp the fee

* ic s J

by Bishop Rawle. nl
As Wordsworth said,

“We live by admiration, hope and
love,

And even as these are well and
wisely fixed,

In dignity of being we

“I think,” he said,

ascend.”

“that that
triple combination is also an in-

moved a vote of thanks,

Those who received certificates sented to the nurses,
clothing sent for the poor by the

Children’s
Miss M. E. Bailey, Mr. C. W. Boston

W. Best, Mr. T. Blackman, Mr. yYoore and Mrs. John Browne of
Boston were distributed.

were: —

S. W. Blades, Mr. H. H, Brome,
Miss G. L. Clarke, Miss U. Clarke,

There have got a new supply

After the certificates were pre-
the

gifts of of music from America,
‘Advocate’ was informed.
They are over 20 voices who
are trained by Mrs. Joseph
Haynes of ‘Camelot,’ St, Peter.
THE FIRST Sugar factory of
the Leeward Parishes to end its

Goodwill League of
sponsored by Miss V.

Another gift is expected soon,





a to see Mt. Bentenck Sugar
ctory which is about the same
size as the Grenada Sugar Factory.
e went there with the object
f seeing how the sugar industry
was organised and run in order
to give as much information as
possible on the running of a small



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; - Mrs,:H. Corbin, Mr. C, L. Cuff- . Ps ‘ 1952 crop will be Springhall, St, {#ctory making about 3,000 tons also KOSSOLIAN IODIZED SALTS
dispensable part of a teacher’s jey Mr. W. R. A. Dash, Miss fe cma rae a en ee Lucy, Shick is expan ie finish ©f sugar. | AT KOSSOLIAN IODIZED SALT LICKS
GUNES — Aiea HOM ot ee great ff 'L. Deane, Mr. W. C. Edey, sie had distributed the clothing, to-day (Friday). | ;
things of the mind and _ spirit. Mr. G. A. Holder, Miss H. H. Springhall has made this crop | ¢ ?
hope which springs eternally and poppin, Mr. I. J. King, Mr. R. E. Raia eie in the vicinity of 9,500 tons of On Bond F |
cat will one day become anamas MMEMG Met Sac eT Se BCA. Pay Tribute Sty inet Snag fe '

Miss D. P. Maycoc (elec. ‘ te. ¥ , HEAD'S ;

ment of the community and love ycCollin, Miss Z. Reeves, Miss °°" ” ay TIDUTE January 8tt Assaulting P.C. | WEATHER KNIGHT S LTD.
which as you know to quote the yg. Riley, Miss R. M. Skeete, T C A B ° h sa : |
authority ofthe apostle Paul, is yiss J. M. Skinner, Mr. J. M. oO ° ° rail waite Labourer His Worship Mr. E. A, Me
the greatest of the three. = Slocombe, Mr. W. C. Stuart, Miss Police Magistrate of’ Dis- °

“The interest in education in TRIBUTE was Leod, Police a e

this island has always been great,”

i : 9O90GGCS
he said, “and it is an interest oott, Miss S. Ward, Mr. G. L. Braithwaite, sportsman and Poli- i : Rock of Belle Gully, St. Michael,
wich pope wi never allot Wun MG." Wats Mi Sen no atc Nonny Ne srg Star tmanded oti ss tao Rep | vende Redes —
falter. We live in a day when F, Weir, Mrs. L. White. when the Barbados Cricket ; the peace when he found him | Evenflo Teats ‘ =

everything is changing and I am

i j i i i f assaulting Police Con- | Evenflo Caps & Dises
confident that the experis, the | Gordon Collin, Majarie, Hen; General Meeting yesterday even- before , His, Worship, Mr. JB 4; Sule Roach on May 29, | Gator Roach Hives %
fo the study of these matters have prizes for reliability and W. C. ing in the George Challenor nistrict’ “a”, charged with the Caroid & Bile Salts Tablets | 5

a fair chance of knowing about it:
“It is up to this community to

N.

E. E. Taitt, Miss M. C. Taitt,
Miss H, E. To

ithwai , Memorial Stand, Members stood in
‘allop, C: WwW. Braitiwaite and ince as a token of respect to the
memory of Mr.

Walcott for practise teaching.



B.F.F.A. Trophies Presente

in, Miss M. Wal- memory of the late Christopher A.

Association held

the memory of one of the original

members of the Association, Sir
Allan Collymore, Presidept of the

paid to the

Remanded

until June 6, when he appeared

their Annual

larceny of four cotton vest shirts,

Mr. J. S. B. Dear is appearing
in the case on behalf of Holmes
while Sgt. King attached to Central
Station is prosecuting for the
Police from information received.

Holmes was taken into custody

Braithwaite,
In asking members to honour

trict “A”, yesterday placed Clyde

Rock was also fined 10/- for
using indecent language on the
Wharf. Police Constable Roach
said that while he was on duty
along the Wharf he heard the
defendant using abusive lan-
guage. He spoke to him and he
still continued,

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Neilson’s Rosebuds

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Association said: Eat More (Peanut Chew)

by P.C. 366 Thompson,

Mr. O. S. COPPIN, Advocate Sports Editor and Hon- “Before te wero hy A = When he tried to arrest the om. ane Bars
rary APA. rs of the meeting is begun; I think it bu ; defendant he resisted and grab- i
orary Secretary of the B.A.F.A., warned membe aes ‘in sake falas be tae St. Andrew Vestry Object defendan he ered Aus. erab- | Vigo Films

B.F.F.A. not to approach football with an inferiority com- | oon ? ;

P ord ‘ g of Myr. Christopher
plex. He said that the B.F.F.A. was similar to the B.C.A. Saraithevaite: “Crissy” Braithwaite
and the B.C.L. had produced such cricketers as Everton was well known to all players of
Weekes and Conrad Hunte of today and George Francis of the game, past and present, and

K135 Colour Films
620 Colour Films
120 Colour Films
Bath Caps

To Lecal Government Bill

The Vestry of St. Andrew
signed the seven point document
objecting to the Local Govern-

was torn irt the scuffle,

Rock told the court that he did
not know what he was doing, for
he was drinking.

; . %

: : : . was an original member of this ment Bill. “Stay away from the drinks in Johnson's Baby Talcum %

the past—Weekes and Francis having made their name IN Association. This brings the mumber of future or you will find yourself Palmer's Hair Success x
: . ali

the cricket arena. He was quite sure that Weekes, Francis “A player himself in his carlier Vestries which have signed to in serious trouble,” His Worship Lloyd yor rag in Cream %

and Hunte would not be ashamed of their B.C.L. back- days, he gave unstinted support five. Mr. McLeod told Rock, Boot's Insulin $

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preciated, but this was achieved
with a minimum of
ence, thanks to the ready co-
operation of the airlines. For-
tunately the weather was a great
deal kinder for the period of this

would do every thing to further performances,
his interest in them. He felt that
Mr, Coppin had contributed much
to the Association during the past
three years.

break on Monday from Montreal,
Halifax, Boston and Bermuda via
the British Northern Islands, and
will be sailing the same night for
British Guiana via St,

Beat Schoclboys

° as
In the first division basketball
at Y.M.P.C, last
defeated Harrison

inconveni- (For Cattle) x
>

HEAR IT AT TRAFALGAR STREET.
LLL ALE

Deserved To Win

‘4

PPPS

He said tnat Westerners had games played

Vincent,
been knocking at the door for a night Pirates

Grenada and Trinidad,

to cricket in this island and in- |
ground 7 : i Boot’s Family Liniment ¥
at Coppin presented the rare achievement. ‘ Sets ate ee : 4 ; Boot’s Worm Syrup %
trophies for the 1952 B.F.F.A., He congratulated Mr, Coppin 7 eek ; Vf , Hoodoo Ant Tape
competitions at Fortrees Cat last for urging Mr. Scott to see that founder and First President of Reconstruction Of Runway Complete || xiv", 3
night. The Knock-Out Cup went the Rangers team was entered. He ee ci know iiso President of Spot Dice 1% viii to saineicaaade ane ae
. se ea aa the Challenge Cup raking Oe en ea ne the Barbados Cricket League. THE reconstruction work on Seawell runway has now hh Boge Seagal fect by your enjoyment ot — &
este . h a “Tributes have been paid to his i ‘ § 8 raider Meme Pedonpert
| Many members of the various thought’the Association had a lot iar mee by aneeth and in been completed and the Engineer loaned by the ee Fresh Vegetable Seeds ee ee prog ne x
clubs attended the function and for which to be thankful. private conversation, and I would Ministry of Transport, Mr. James, has returned to Canada Fresh Flower Seeds & a ne - y P ae
drank to the health of the winning He said although they did not 3. you now as members of this Mr. James has reported that he does not feel that there is Junket Tablets ise t aon mur studdlog, %
= win the Knock-Out Cup when they A° Mr. C. Jemmott, Presidents of met Carlton in the finals at Ken- paint token of respect to E ; Bras Kleenex Tissues York. No interference 0 Dy
the BFA. introducdd’ ‘Mr. sifigton “Oval, they showed the % minute as & oken of resp should minor defects develop it would be well within the Kotex tuning! %
Coppin. He said that the Associa- public that they knew what they pee HISIOEY: competence of the Department of Highways and Transport Modese, re rf i o_ WITH %
tion very much appreciated Mr. were about. eee to put them right. moreh Dattevies >
Coppin’s presence. He congratulated Mr, Scott, ketball : The task of rebuilding the cen- ————-—-——— pape ren Canasta Playing Cards %
Secretary of the Association, and Basketball: tral portion of a one-runway Air- , Household Rubber Gloves . x
Great Interest Mr. Archer. He complimenjed - port, and to keep that Airport Rodney DueMonday Waldorf Toilet Paper F ,, °
He said that Mr. Coppin has Messrs. _Norville, | Yearwood, ° Ca I open so that traffic is not serious- Hind's Honey & Almond $s %
shéwed great interest in the Haydes and Denny, representatives Pirates, riton ly interrupted is a rather more The R.M.S. Lady Rodney will Cream (U.S.A) % > 7 > . t x
Association and was one who of various teams, for their stalwart. difficult matter than may be ap- be arriving in Barbados at day- Boot's Mineral Salts x FOR HETTER LISTENING *
%,
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I know from behind the scenes 26-23 and Carlton de- ”

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long time but was not fortunate College | it was when the
that you have done everything 4, Sete a cup. They deserved to feated Modern High School gyiginal construction was in hand. | BRUCE yy a a ia a
ee ee tart ate, win the Challenge Sup ie year ound wa! ia pod Oe a It wet qisineily empimated ve WORKERS LEAVE 4
. . . “ d it an honour conferred on uintine scor 2, - it wou necessary to lay
Jemmott told Mr, Coppin. their ‘seippe, the * vom ‘an r. tens 8 for Pirates. Mr. Daniel concrete slabs but as the work FOR U.S.A | WEATHERHEAD 4 JUST RECEIVED g
Referring to Notre Dame Denny. He compared Westefhers scored 6 and Alleyne scored (14 proceeded, this was found to be S.A. pay
Rangers, Mr. Jemmott said that with the old Wanderers t for Harrison College. shall unnecessary and, in all 93 slabs Pine tet had é Welt ab] a "
the B.F.F.A. was fortunate to see “fr. felt that Rangers were lueky Brickie Lucas and Marshall were laid. Other defective spots e first batch of Barbadians A Full Range of - - -
the fruit of their trees being eaten. Win. the Knock-Out.. Cup. were the principal scorers for were reconstructed by removing forty-two in number, selected for LID
Notre Dame’s achievement was a ponrode played better bootball and Carlton. and Archer scored 6 for the sub-base and replacing it agricultural work in the U.S.A., . ii a

with a satisfactory back-fill top-

The games which were to have ped with an asphaltic cement.
been played tonight have been Work on the extensions to the
postponed until a date to be later terminal building is proceeding
decided. satisfactory.

left Seawell Airport yesterday
morning by Resort Airlines. They
will be engaged with the Mil-
waukee Gardeners Association
in Wisconsin.

PARASOLS

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great one and they much apprecia- should have won this cup. Modern High School.
ted and enjoyed oe rete Mr. Jemmott then called on
entering a team in the Thir C in to present the Cups.
Division of the B.A.F.A., for the i, COPPAL Ie Preevaa a'vote of
first time, win the Cup. It was a thanks,

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May 30, 1952, Dudley

James Callendar age 31 ears lis
funeral leaves + ate residence
Grand View Hiil ar St. Patrick's,
Christ Church for St Patrick
Church Friend
attend
Dudley Calienda son)
New York papers please copy
THANKS
HALLWe beg thror this medium to
return thanks to al @ kind friends
who sent wreaths and flowers or nt
any way expressed their sympathy in
our recent bereavement caused by the
death of Lietha Small
Ruby Hall daughter’, Inniss Hah

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INCE—With loving and happy
of our dear father and grandfat
John Archer Ince who ,
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To live in heart
is*not to dle
To dweil with Christ
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| For further information, consult the
CAR—Dodge Special Deluxe (X-88— |American Consulate, Bridgetown, Bar-
X-20). First class order. Owner driven. | bados. 27.5.52—1t.f.n
$2,500 or nearest. Barnes 4476, 3903. -
29.5,.52—t.f.n NOTICE
a Sin. oaths "ieee. aalieoa Applications for one or mo t
CAR—One Citroen Saloon, owner are verter
driven and in perfect condition. Apply am Michael's Vestry Exhibitions at the
Redman & Taylor's Garage ‘ombermere Schvol will be teceived by
31.5 5¢—an_ | the Clerk of the Vestry up to 12 noon
ie on Weeneasey, ee 1952
CHEVROLET TRUCK—Engine, radiator, ‘andidates mus: @ sons of parish-
gear box, and other parts. Apply to foners in sraitened circumstances and
Collin Lorde, Gaskin, St. Philip must not be less than 16% her more
91.5.52—1n. |than 12% years of age on the Ist Sep-

CAR—1950 Ford Prefect 7,400 miles.
Excelient condition
5076 Mornings.



“HILLMAN CAR”, 1951 model in good
condition, carrying big tyres. Dial 0149
or 3757 29.5.52—4n.

TRACTOR—One (1) Farm all A-
Tractor with Pneumatic Lift and eomer
Apply: Manager, Four Squ ‘aectory

ws $2—6n

Ltd, St. Philip
ELECTRICAL
REFRIGERATOR—1951 5.3ft. G.E.C
Retrigeratar $400.00 Telephone 6
mornings 28,6. ends
aati







LIVESTOCK
HORSE—Suitable for riding, only tve
teeth, for sale or will exchange 6a 9°
horse for 1 smaller one. Apply to

c Lorde, Gaskin, Philip
31.5. 52511

St



MECHANICAL

»—One Eavestaff Piano, a iow
one of the latest mode!s
31.5,52—2n



PIANC
nontl
Pho



3R26





TY! EWRITERS—Two (2) second hand
Typewriters in good condition, Apply:
Bernstein, No. 1 Swan Street, Phone
BBA $1.5.52—2n.





POULTRY

POULTRY—Three (3) Hampshire Hens.

xckerel and a namber of Chicks, im-
sorted stock Apply to Mrs. Husbands,
No. 34, Housing Scheme



30.5.52—2n.

MISCELLANEOUS

CALM ASMINE tablets: Guaranteed to
relieve the pain and agony of difficult
breathing caused by Asthma and Bron-







delay try a tube

of tablets to-day,

ten

good DRUGGISTS

29.3.52—3n.

RECORDS—
Norah, I will die a Bachelor, Victory Test
Match, Pirates of Piria, Jamaiea Hurn-
céne, Ugly Woman, Underground Train,
Kitech's Gepop and other numbers. Cail

(Laboratoires |.
i | JOUVEINAL, FRANCE) Obtainable at ail

tember 1952.

Forms of application will be issued
and received at the Vestry Clerk's Office
gd between the hours of 10 a.m. and

noon

E. C. REDMAN,
Clerk, St. Michael’s Vestry.
21.5,.52—6n

NOTICE
VESTRY BYE-RLECTION

I HEREBY give notice that f have ap-
pointed the Parochial Building, Cumber-
land Street, Bridgetown as the
where Parishioners of the parish of St.
Michsel and other persons duly qualified
to vote at any election of Vestrymen
for the said Parish may assemble on
Monday, the Sth day of June, 1962, be-
tween the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock in
the morning to elect « Véestryman for
the Parish of St. Michael in the place
Christopher Augustus Brathwaite, de-

ceased
PERCY H BURTON,
Parochial Treasurer,



NOTICE
I OTHELLO GITTENS heretofore
sometimes called and known by the name
of “Othello Wiltshire’ of Worthing
View Road in the parish of Christ
Church in this Island Engineer hereby
give public notice that on the Mth day
of May 1952, I formally and absolute 'y
renounced relinquished and abandoned
the use of my said surname of “Wiit-
shire” and then assumed and adopted
and determined thence forth on ali
occasions whatsoever to use and sub
seribe the surname of “Gittens” Instead
of the said surname of “Wiltshire’.
And 1 give further notiee that by a
deed poll dated the 8th day of May 1952,
duly executed and attested (and recorded
in the Registration Office of this Island
on the 20th day of May 1952) I formally
and absolutely renounced and abandoned
the said surname of “Wiltshire” and
declared that I have assumed and adopted
and intended thenceforth upon all
vecasions whatsoever to use—and sub-
scribe the name of “Gittens” instead ot
“Wiltshire” and so as to be at all times
thereafter called known and deseribea
gs hey name of eee rar
ated the 29th a7 of May 1
Gr

Late Othello ven

5. 52—8n



*
NOTICE

I have been approached by several

Ratepayers of . Michael with the

tequest that I offer myself as a Candidate

arly and avoid disappointment. New }for the vacant seat on the St. Michael's
Market Store, Cheapside. Phone ‘9, Vestry regretfully caused by the death
respected friend, the late Mr.

CLOTHING--Well made in good con-



dition, clothing suitable for use in
England. Man’s (large) suit, top coat,
jacket. Lady's (size 16 and 40) reason-

ble. Phone 4942. 31.6.52—1n





DRIED FRUTTS—Raisins M cents per | To the creditors holding specialty Hens

ib. Currants 43 cents per tb. C.
Herbert, 65 Tudor Street, City.
30.5,52—~2n

ee ees I ee



HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT of all
lescription. Owen T. Alider, 118 Roebuck
sireet. Dial 3299. 10,6.52--t.f.n
KHAKL PANTS—Best quality Khaki
"ants, oll sizes, Price $5.75 each
telance Shirt Depot. Palmetto Street.

29.4.52—tn.





MANICURE SETS,

rush sets,
K. R. Hunte & Co.,

raveller.
ower Broad Street 29.5.52—3n



ORMOPHYSE tablets: Guaranteed to
ejuvenate the glands of Males and
Females, also valuable as.a Brain tonic
ind for persons suffering from Head-
ches brought on by over work and
general rundown condition, (Laboratoires
CHARLES ROUX—FRANCE) Obtainable
at all good DRUGGISTS.

29.3.52—3n.

PRLANO—BENTLEY — In excellent con-
dition — Phone 8435. %4.5.52—4n

Subscribe now to the Dally Telegraph
England's leading Daily Newspaper now
arriving in Barbados by A‘
days after publication in London. Con-
tact: kan Gale, c/o Advocate Co., Lta
Local Representative, Tel.



WAXED. BOXES—Specially prepared
for storing Fish, and other perishable
commodities in deep freezers; also very
well suited for sending Gauva Cheese,
4Shaddock Rind, ete., overseas, Withnall,

Fontabelle. Phone 3400
90.5, 52—3n

TAKE NOTICE
CENTURY

(And Crieketing Device)

That ALFRED BIRD & SONS, 1-

a company organized under the
laws of Great Britain, Manufacturers
and Merchants, whose trade or business
address is Devonshire W:



i

and all su ces

ingredients fees, and will be entitled
‘o register the same after one month
from the 29th day of May, 1952 unless
some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office
+t opposition of such registration. The

at my office
Dated thia 12th day of May 1952
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
29.5.52—3n



FOR RENT

Valuable business premises on
Rickett Street above the Post
Office with back entrance on Mar~
hill Street, Frontage contains tw»
entrance doors and large show
window, Ideally suitable for any
class of bustness, especially a
Drug Store, In close proximity t>
3 parking places and the ‘Bus
Stands Also cool and spacious
offices upstairs over the premises
referred to above. These offices

anc business premises will be
rented separately or together as
may be desired. Apply to:—

EVFLYN, ROACH & Co., Ltd.,
Rickett Street.
24.5,.52—t fn







x eer see

POR SALE
METHODIST =MANSE

Queen St. Speightstown
7

contalus

toon

© ectrie
tation
nd or

iding is solid stone and
Grawing and dining

three bedrooms, study ete.
Ughts and modern sani-

Standing on 21,025 sq. ft
thereabouts

An _excetient site for commercial
irposes
Inspection on application to Mr.

ci meryille, Speightstown Boys’
choo
ffers for
B

not

same can be submitted
St. John, C/o N. B
later than the Sth

1 i
ywe
‘une.
22.5.52—3n

SSS

$1.5.52—2n, iz our

PSS

. A. Brathwaite and have consented

to placé my services at di .
J. OQ. Topon

31,5.52—3n

INDUSTRY AGRICUL-
148



THE SUGAR
TURAL BANK ACT,
against LITTLE SPA Plantation, St.
Joseph
TAKE NOTE that I, the Owner of
the above Plantation am about to obtain
a loan of £250 under the provisions of
the above Act against the said Plan-
\tation, in respect of the Agriculture!
jyear 1952 to 1953
No money has been borrowed under
the Agricultural Aids Act, 1995, or {he
above Act ias the case may be) is
respect of such year
Dated this 3ist day of May, 1952
SMITH,
Owner

Lb. EB
31.5,52—3n



Might
THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL
TURAL BANK ACT, LHS
To the creditors holding specialty Hens
against HAYMANS and WARLEIGH

Plantations, St, Peter

TAKE NOTICE that we the Trustees
of the above Plantations am about to
obtain a loan of £6,000 under the pro-
visions of the above Act against th=
said Plantation, in respeet of the Agri-
cultural year 1952 to 1953

No money has been borrowed under
the Agricuitural Aids Act, 1905, or the
above Act (as the case may be) in
respect of such year.

Dated this 3ist day of May, 1952

R. CHALLENOR and

. A. @ K
Trustees.
Estate of C. Packer, deceased,
per C. R, Packer, Attorney.
31.5.52—3n



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
APPLICATION FOR A_NEW LIQUOR
LICENSE UNDER “THE LIQUOR
LICENSES (AMENDMENT)

ACT, 1912.
Name: BVA ROACH.

Occupation: Domestic Servant.

Residence; Durbans, St. Lucy.
Description and Situation of Premises:
a board and shingle shop attached to
residence at Durhams, St. Li
Dated this 28th day of Ma
To SYDNEY H. NURSE, E
Police Magistrate, District
Sed. EV.

‘A POACH.
Applicant
N.B.—This applicat'on will be con-

sidered at a Licensing Court to be held

on Wednesday, Iith day of June, 1982, et

Police Cort, District “EB”, at 11 o'clock,

(Signed) SYDN@" H NURSE. —
Police Magist te, District “E
31.5 .52—1n

ANNOUNCEMENTS

A FEW VACANCIES still exist t
students in the following classes being
organised by the Barbados Polytechni«
Boék-keeping, shorthand, typing, handi-













crafts, baskets, mats etc., cooking
tailoring and dressmaking, achool sub-
tects, electricity and car mechan

economics, public speaking ete. Enr :
ment closes June 7. Evening and night
classes. Enrolment forms aval able ot

58 Swan Street, Second wae ia

ee z

ARLEY HELL COUNTRY CLUB, St
we is now open to members and their
friends. Visitors to the Island, ana
Tourists. 30.5,.52—2n

| The Loyal Brothers
N of the Star f

Proudly Presents
1952 BARBADOS
CARNIVAL.

At QUEEN'S PARK
ON
THURSDAY, 5th and
SATURDAY, 7th JUNE

COSTUME BANDS
STEEL BANDS
ADVERTISING BANDS
HISTORICAL BANDS

n order to raise the standard of
Carnival in this island the Steer- |
ing Committee would appreciate
the co-operation of firms, clubs
and individuals being as original
as possible,

Admission: Adults 1/6 Children 1/-

Bookings for Booths and Stands
contact Mr, C. Morris, Sobers
Lane.

Closing date for above will be
closed on %rd Tine 1982
MORE PARTICULARS LATER

Registration of Costumes, Bands
and Individuals Contact Mr. C. A,
Nurse, c/o Poor Law Board.

Special Prize of $30.00 awarded
for best appropriate Rhyme
Calypso Special Performances by
the Boodoos Brothers and Party.







A.
B,
Cc.
D.









BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PUBLIC SALES

REAL ESTATE



ATHLONE’—Lewer Black Roek, St













SATURDAY. MAY 31, 1952 *

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

THE TRAFFIC (QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY PARADE)
REGULATIONS, 1952










Michael, standing om 1/8 of :« acre of} NZ
land, containing 3 bedrooms, drawing | s ‘ S.S. “GLOUCESTER” is scheduled to
room, dining room, breakfast room The Governor-in-Executive Committee in exercise of the powers | ail from Port Pirie May 3ist, Devonport
dressing room, garage and spaciow®} conferred hi a nn ‘ une Sth, Melbourne
yard. Electric light, W.C. and Bath { on him under section 37 (2) of the Police Act, 1908, here- | june = Ese
Apply on premises to Mrs. Gladys Best.| by makes the following regulations: — names
31.5.52—In 4 ‘ In addition to,
ad ae 31 1 These Regulations may be cited as the Traffic (Queen's Birth-| nas imple «ace tor ‘chilled
aw TBHTRE, ETA EATEN situste | Gay Parade) Regulations, 1952. — ns os hs ii en TUESDAY, June 3rd
a 2 acres of | : ,
ind aa ass ccaec” 100 cen 2. The Garrison Road (that is, the read around the Garrison Lading for, tranehipment te Trintand fe and will be sailing on
atable, 7 acres tenantry, 22 acres im/Savannah) shall be I one-way to all vehicular traffic between the| 7,
sour grass, 71 acres in roads and woods ‘slands.

ete., also 4 fan mills, 1 motor truck, I
bull, 2 cows, 1 horse, 2 donkeys and 1
donkey-cart. Together also with 1,870
shares in Three Houses Factory Limited.
‘spection by appointment. Phone Mr
A. T. Skeete, “Bentiey” 2535 The
above property will be set up to public
ee for sale to the highest
bidder beyond the appraised value at 2
p.m, on Friday the 6th day of June 1952
at our Office. For further particulars
and conditions of sale apply to the under-
signed

CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Lucas Street
23.5.52—i3n







House Spot, next

LAND— 18,900 sq. ft
Pine Hill

to Lady Hutson’s House,
Telephone Mrs. Gibbons 0117
30.5.52—2n
THIS ATTRACTIVE HOME
An extremely well built modern three
bedroom (or two bedrooms and den)
BUNGALOW of stone and concrete con-

struction. Combined forty feet living-
room and gallery, fully cupboarded
Canadian styled kitch:n. Floor to ceiling
cedar lined double bedroom closet
Attractively laid out garden with frivt
trees and ample room for vegetables

to house ana

Garage with breezeway
detached seif-containcd maid’s quarter:
The Pro is Gooliy and delightfully
situated easy reach vas — =
thine. Offers over £4, le 2
ee 29.5.52—t.f.n
“RETREAT’—Airy Hall Land, St
Michael, standing on 3,520 sq. ft
land, 2 bedrooms, dressing room, draw-
ing room, dining room, breakfast roajr,
W.c. and bath (Cash or on_ terms)
Apply to Mr. Murphy at = Hall

5.52—In
FOR RENT

HOUSES

—$—$—$—$—————————

BURNLEY—Brittons Hill, Unfurnished.
From ist June. C. &. Sisnett, Phone
3374 or 4548. 28.5.52—t.f.n.

I









Grey-
stone House’ Balmoral Gap, Hastings
June-December inclusive. Dial 3729.
22.5.52—t.f.n.
_—<—— — —
HOUSE—St. Thomas. Only 6 miles,
Bridgetown, on bus line, always cool
Charming, small, new, one storey stone
house, completely furnished including

Electric Refrigerator. Phone 4942
31.5,52—1n

MARKHAM-—Unfturnished on
side, Hastings, 3 bedrooms
modern conveniences. Gas installed.
ze Elise Court, Hastings. Phone

30.5.52—t.f.n.
ROOSEVELT--Maxwell Coast. Fully
furnished including Frigidaire, telephone,
rediffusion. Phone 2224 30.5.52—2n

the sen-
with all

— ee
TRELAWNY — Hastings, unfurnished
third house from St. Mathias Gap, three

bedrooms, modern conveniences. In-
spection 10 to 12, 4 to 6 from Ist June.
31.5.52—-In

TWO SMALL COTTAGES—St. Law-
rence Gap, on sea. Fully furnished 2
bedrooms. Blectricity and water, safe
senbathing, immediate possession. Apply

‘olkywood, St. Lawrence or

1.5.52

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

BARBADOS REGIMENT
MANOEUVRES
The Barbados Regiment will be
hveiding their annual camp and
carrying out manoeuvres at
Walker's Savannah, St. Andrew
between the 13th and 22nd of
tune, and no person may enter
this area during this period with-
“nt the permission of the,
Commanding Officer. i
2. Firing with live ammunition
will take place from time to
tame during manoeuvres.
31.5.52—2n.

In







WATERWORKS DEPARTMENT
Payment of Water Rates
Consumers who have not yet
paid water rates in respect of
the quarter ending 30th June,
1952, are hereby notified that un-
less these rates are paid on or be-
fore the 7th of June, 1952, the
Department, as authorised by
section 46 of the Waterworks
Act 1895-1, may stop the water
from flowing into the premises
in respect of which such rates
are payable, either by cutting off
the pipe to such premises. or hy
such means as they me: thi.k
fit, and take proceedings to
recover any amount due.
31.5.52—2n

ARRIVED

Another Shipment of the

POPULAR

84180 GAS COOKERS
A few of these have no yet
Been booked.
Prices of next shipment will be
figher
Wh; not call at your Gas Show-
rooms, Bay Street fe) + A> ane
secure one of these



YOUR
HOLIDAY

All meals and service sup-
plied in your own cottage
on a quiet secluded beach
with perfect bathing.; $8.50

er day for single ‘sons or

15.00 double. Apply ‘Beach-

ds’, St. James or Phone

0157.
31.5.52.—6n







There are no Embalmer:
in Barbados

OTHERS SAY...

Plumbing is not
Embalming
e







WE SAY w.« >
Let’s Bury Your
Dead !!

' SELF-HELP

ENTERPRISES LTD.

Undertakers and Funeral




Directors
Tweedside Road, St. Michael s
e x
PHONES: %
Day 3958 — Night 2939 %
e °
$1.00 Shares Available s
Last Year's Dividend 5% :
».
.



'
|
|
|
|
}

hours of 7.00 a.m

and 10.00 a
Between the hours of 7

3

day of June, 1952 —

(1) the driver or



rider of any vehicle when entering the
Garrison Road from the north or Schmidt Gate, Dayrellis
Road or Hastings Road shall keep the Savannah on his

m

on the 5th day of June, 1952.

00 a.m. and 10.00 a.m. on the 5th







right;
(2) the driver or rider of any vehicle proceeding to the HARRISON | INE
Savannah by way of Bay Street, shall proceed up Bush .
Hill and keep the Savannah on his right; —
(3) the driver of a vehicle conveying persons to the Parade
may park the vehicle on the Savannah under the direc- OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
tion of the Police;
(4) the driver or rider of any vehicle when leaving the Vessel From Leaves Due
Savannah shall keep .t on his right. s.s ” Li Barbados
Made by the Governor-in-Executive Committee this 29th day of aa panes , 17th May Ist June
May, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-two. S.S. “TRIBESMAN” a &
By Command, Gos 9th May Sth June
J. C. KING, 8.8. “I TER” .. London 23rd May 5th gyre
Clerk, Executive Committee. 9.5. “EXPLORES -, ne — oe sisi
oun "i
tee HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
ee Vessel For Closes in Barbados
Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-|S.S. “CRAFTSMAN” . Liverpool Sra June

ment) Order, 1952, No. 17 which will be published in the Official

ef | Gazette of Thursday, 29th May, 1952.



For further infermation apply to









2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling COST. , ; co. TD. ents
prices of “Charcoal” are as follows: — DA ae "r & enn
WHOLESALE PRICE RETAIL. PRICE
ARTICLE (not more than) (not more than) Steamship Co
Chareoal $3.50 per bag of 110 .
Ibs. ex ship re: | Inc.
$3.75 per bag of 110
Ibs. ex store oe Se. per lb. |
Note: The increase of half cent a pound is due to the rise in first | 7

cost in British Guiana.

30th May, 1952.





Ne ee

"ORLEANS — ——



31.5.52—1n












e— -——-. = ———.- J = - The SiGe ErOMRRR" mete Sey, Mu ects Be oe ae
NEW ARRIVALS ||| 7,, | SIMGRGR cakes
ust souTHROUND
Passe james Hangers e “TINDRA “eect Meine mo
Yoke Fin Linings—Ai i ] f “TISTA’ ona May 90th June 14th
a Ee ag Arrived “Aon, sopeiie: ioe iam june i
ow : roe are “A " Jufy lth July 26th
j--Stainless vaca "ole. Shot Taffeta ......... $1.11 NORTHBOUND
Kni .
° ae ee ROBERT THOM LTD— NEW YORK & GULF SERVICE
NEWSAM & C0. stag eeinadidaiees $1.02 Apply: DA COSTA & CO., LTD. CANADIAN SERVICE
iH] Printed Poptin 79
OOOO STTTT PTET ONS TOT reno posers ss
$ Ss RE hi oaks $2.40 Range of TOOLS ?
EBONY REALTY & \|| Men’s Sharkskin ...... $3.98 fee See 6
0 1 ; whiny o| IF NOT, WHY NOT?
COMMISSION AGENCY » Gaberdine .....$4.31 They are Obtaihable at . . .
i» Tropical ....... $2.98



f
a

Marhill Street
RESTAURANT

Two storey business prem-
ises, ideally situated in heart
of city. Well established
reputation. Lessee is selling
interest, this is offered as a
going concern with an lee-
cream-Snackette downstairs
along with up-to-date fix.
tures, The entire transac-
tion can be acquired by way
of a four year lease on the
building, subject to renewal
at end of term. This offer
is seldom given to-day
where the demand for such
locations are at a premium.
All information gladly given
to interested parties at my
office,

CLEMENT S. JARVIS,
C.P.M., F.A.,
Auctioneer, Real Estate
Agent. Appraiser
Dial 5001.

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Also Sample lots of
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THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM

Corner Broad and Tudor Streets


















Sport Tweed ... .$5.77
101 different kinds Shirts

$1.68 up
Bed Sheets ......... $3.98
Blankets ........... $3.25
Mosquito Nets ........ $6.99 ROAD | SAFETY
Straw Mats .......... $1.04
Rete. sc. cise $3.48

The talk to Bus Drivers, Conductors and
Taxi Drivers by the Commissioner of Police
will now be given at the OLYMPIC THEATRE
in High Street at 11 a.m. on the 31st May, 1952.

ALL MOTORISTS ARE INVITED
TO ATTEND

THANI'S

Pr. Wm. Henry St.,
Swan St.




















Get some of these for your








holiday picnic










MARIE & SHORTCAKE BISCUITS
obtainable in $lb. Pkgs only 32¢.
per Pkge or per lb. only 54¢.














SHIRLEY BISCUITS

only 46¢. per lb.















LONDON AUTHORITY, LONDON, €.C.3

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WIBIX SODA CRACKERS



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ORIENTAL
PALACE

HEADQUARTERS FOR
SOUVENIKS
FROM INDIA, CHINA &
CEYLON

THANI'S

Pr. Wm. Hy. St. Diai 3466

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SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1952 ra BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN” '~

enna ERLE ia iain
|

HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON |

oy =" AMERICAN
: 3 PAINTING

In Our
Centuary


















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FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD.... BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES

/WELL.. THE LAST PERSON TO
fe SALEAVE MRS.OE LAZLON'S CABIN’
HAND

_\LAST NIGHT WAS A DECK~

By

uieiaineneaieeemamnesiia -
NOTHING LIKE THIS HAS aa
EVER HAPPENED UNDER ('4 DEPENDING ON YOU 2>

MY COMMAND BEFORE “ TO HELP ME FLINT... ~~—=>
> J WHAT DO YOU KNOW 2?

Frederick S. Wight
Pape ONE THING is»
ee) CERTAIN. THES _

7 E CANT
GET away!
HE - OR SHE One

c

During the past fifty
years the. United States
has fostered a_ brilliant,
varied and_ altogether
remarkable group of
painters. In this book,
the author, a_ cretic,
novelist and member-of
|| the staff of Boston’s In-

stitute of Contemporary

}| Art, tells the story — of
] | \ | ¢ S |] the coming-of-age of
: || American art, and then,

FRESH 2 or in. TOMATO SAUCE in fifty condensed and

penetrating sketehes:
assays the life and work
of fifty of the period’s
most significant paint-
ers. Each biographical.
and critical sketch is
accompanied by a repro-
duction of a major
painting by the artist,
thirty-eight in black-
and-white, twelve in
full color. The result is
as rich and representa-
tive, as informative and
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WEIGHTLIFTING AND
BODY BUILDING—VI

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If you have been interested in By EDWIN ROGERS bed but after a period of stric
physical improvement for any bed rests, they are put throug!
considerable period, you must # series of progresSive graduyied
have heard much about the vari- exercises which are designed to
ous forms of physical training, At strengthen the heart. Thus it ap-
tuumes the stories you hear are Fears logital to assume that in
so conflicting that you wonder Normal individua:s, proper exer-
which to believe. else can bé and is of actual bene-

You should determine in your

fit to the heart.

Barbell and Dumbell training
will thus not harm the heart but
actually make it a more efficient

own mind if those who pass such
information to you are really
qualified or just repeating some-

thing that they heard, yet have and stfonger organ. However,
no first hand knowledge if the continues Dr. Petro, remember

tale is based on fact
When you decide to improve
ycurself physically, and you make

that any organ can be strained
and injureq one is not careful.
For many strong men take ad-



up your mind to be more like vantage of themselves and forget
the men whose pictures you may to realize that there is a limit to
have s@en in several physical cul- everyone's capabilities, So, “make
ture books, you may tell your haste slowly” and train selehti«
triends about your intentions, anc fically. The Dottor gives us fur-
more than likely they will scoff the ‘advice and recommends
at your hopes and your plans Soniites a e Csr ‘hate rene!
They will also ‘ — ae iemrvilen me tepching of 3
en Ss rhic ave ne s g is
‘ roan + agin bebieniiaiperia hts hand, Make your gains gradually
It makes one wonder where %« and slowly until you reach the
many erroneous opinions coula point where you can handle sub-
have originated. How such u stantial weights in all the exer-
truthful statements could havé EDWIN ROGERS cists, In this manner you are
been continued so that so many movements of the extensors and building real internal strength

have hearg of them. There is no

flexors anq thereby producing a and after all this is the kind that
a grain of truth in them.

condition of slower and incom lasts and makes your physique

Personally, ~ think that most plete reactions — this ig what be- Cally powerful and outstanding.
people are afraid of the word ing muscle-bound means. Dr. Petro concludes his article
WEIGHTLIFTING more than Let us take an example. Have by saying “that experiments have

anything else. The word sounds
tremendous therefore the lifting of
weights is understood as lifting a

you ever seen a fat person fin? been conducted on wel] trained
{f you have then you are lucky, athletes and it has been shown
for you must have been tredted that their hearts are actually

tremendous amount of old iron to a rare spectacle, a comical stronger, werk better and have
Of course, in a weightlifting sight, Their body weight is too More cardiac reserve, than hearts
contest one tries to lift the grea@‘- yreat for their leg muscles to Of normal individuals who do
est possible amount of weigh, motivate their bulk properly and not train or exercise. Thus if you
but one has to be scientifically

gracefully, consequently their are training regularly with
movements appear not that of weights, you are actually builda-
running but of a waddling duck. ing a strong, efficient heart.

Most of the overweighted persons Next Week I will explain the
find it difficult to move about in Other three major rules (1) food
any manner, let alone run. Have (2) sleep, rest, relaxation (3)
you ever noticed What torture and .maintaining a tranquil mind.

trained and so well developed in-
side and outside, that the body
can stand up to the use of heavy
weights. Remember it takes
years of training before one ever
thinks of appearing on a weight
lifting stage.



g age. ; inconvenience they have to go
Weightlifting in its graded through in order to tie their |
form can be used by the weakest ghoe laces, if they can? Watch

Tranquillity Win
Lawn Tennis
Tournament

or the strongest person. If you
are underweight and very weak
you should choose a weight which
you can handle comfortably. If
you find yourself so very week
that it is impossible for you to use
weight, you can use the plain
bar or the two collars. Every
week as you develop strength you
ean add 2% Ibs. plates.

I have asked many doctors if
they would recommend Weight
training, Most of them agree that
it is very beneficial to the pody
but one must be sure he is direct-
ed by an expert who has been in
the game for considerable time.

them get in and out of cars.
takes them so long, they strug-
gie, work up a sweat and pant
for breath when seated. Oh what
torture those poor souls endure!
But call them muscle - bound,
they become furious, No! ! They (From Our Own Correspondent
are not muscle-bound...,.. how PORT-OF-SPAIN, May 29.
could they be when they have so , Tranquillity winning four of
little muscle to speak of? Re. five matches this afternoon have
stricting fat is far more danger- Wn the Lawn Tennis tournament.
ous than any muscle-bound con- The series will be continued to-
dition could ever produce, Fat MOrTow afternoon but Tranquill-
cramps the working internal or- pi Soy Ha secured the win-
gans, demands added blood sup- "78. H 1, a
ply and definitely impedes the ouken 4 eo = scone on
movements of the body. “ re ta sete ee
Savannah by 14 points to 8.
I have often wondered why so I have been doing extensive Results: Ladies Singles— Miss
many people pass such sarcastic reading of books, especially on M. Cambridge won from Miss
remarks on weightlifting. Most the heart, in relation to weight- Gwen Pilgrim 6—3, 6—0, and Mrs.
of them have never tried it to lifting, for it is an every day D- Eyre won from Mrs. D. Worma
realize how valuable it is in mak- saying from the ‘know all’ that ©—3, 6—2 :
ing one feel so full of life and weightlifting affects the heart. .,Men’s Doubles—Patterson and
healthy. They would go on Jn an article by Dr. A. T. Petro, St. Hill won from H. S. Archer and
criticising it though they know on the effect of Barbell Exer- Nothnagel 2-8, 6—3, 7—5, 6—A.
absolutely nothing about it in cise on the heart, the doctor , “: DeVerteuil and G. Mancini
order to make such statements. says, “First of all we must realise >. wee Pp. .tximmingham and
Before I started exercising, I that the heart is essentially a 'R “Garter an aw eae ;
criticised weightlifting very muscular tube whose primary won from Dr antieee Cae ae
much, but I soon found out how function it is to pump fresh oxy- Taylor 9-7, 5——% 6—1 3-6 6 1.
wrong I was. | was to weight- genated blood to all parts of the , : rae

lifting as Saul wes to the church. body where it is needed for the
We were converted. maintenance of the body's func- GRENADA ATHLETE
ARRIVES

T remember playing a friendly tions. One important point I
football mat*h a few years ago, would like to stress at this time
during which I collided with an- is that the heart is actually a William Glittens
other player and ‘broke his ankle. muscle and that over four-fifths athlet c
ght is made up of mus-
Thus it possesses tne

Tho consequences were, he was of its wei

ordered off his feet for quite a cle fibre.

few months. They don’t criticise pame physiological properties a

Football as being dangerous or responses that muscles

any other such games, but they where in the body has, Thus we sponsored by the A.A.A. of

Just abhor weightlifting. can see that although the heart Barbados which opens at Kesing-
I have been lifting weights for pumps blood to other organs in ton Oval today. ia 4

over six years and many of my the body, it also need to be nour- Gittens expects to take part

friends ‘who have been in the ished by a proper + amount of jn the high and long epee

game lounger than I, have never blood or else it: will fail.” quarter mile flat and the hun-

received any seriwus injuries, We Dr. Petro continues, “Progres- Gred yards dash. He is stavine

might complain of a little sore- sive graduated exercises strength- at the Enmore Hotel 1 Reet

ness or stiffness, but that is all. en the heart muscles so that each _
In spite of the fact that go individual muscle fibre in the

many weight lifters and weight, heart becomes stronger and more PARADE OF ATHLETES

trained n.en are extremely flexi-jyefficient. The heart, therefore, TODAY
ble, and often exhibit their flexi- can perform its work easier and

bility at Strength shows, sarcas- better, It can contract better and

It



school boy
e from the Grenada Boys’
Secondary School, arrived yester-
day morning by B.W.I1.A. to
od take part in the three-day Cycle
every- and Athletic Sports Meeting



: ; The Amateur Athletic Assc-
tic remarks are always directed empty itself more completely ciation of “Barbados opens its
at them as being muscle bound during each cardiac circle or three-day Whitsun Meeting today

etc. by people who are ignorant heart beat. Hence more
of the meaning. unit of time is pumped through- athletes before the
It is positively amazing what a out the
vast number of things this man kidneys,
of muscle is incapable of doing,
judging by the public’s prejn- a result of this, they
diced opinion, But what is-mo: > healthy. up as the athletes march past
amazing to learn is how much less ‘It has been proven and demon- | AMong the many events to °
the person who attempts to con- strateq that people with severe Will be the one-mile cycle icc
vey these ideas can do, He, how- forms of heart disease such as f° all classes and nine-1nii
ever, covers his faults quickly rheumatic, where the valves are OP*M. The All Stars team,
by explaining that he is not cut damaged by infection, are bene- the tain oe:
F ahakd ae : is ee Ge se . o . ; 3 ingen
out for that sert of thing, T fited by exercising. For instaner, lists and it will be interesii:

blood per with a parade of cyclists
first event of
body. The brains, lungs, the programme is started.)
skin and other vital or- Jetes will parade in their

gans get more fresh blood and ap Colours and banners bearing

anc
t
i
are more "ames of the elubs will be he!

U
per

public is ready to grasp such it wan a cardinal rule in these sb ‘lle
knocks to slur the muscular cases to keep them in bed for long i ae will shape agait
athlete, particularly the lifter, periods of time, sometimes om i cplabhicceibp abbas

Why would « fot person be months, even years. They found

muscle-bound when he has
tle muscle?

B.A.A,A SPORTS

so li - Out that when these patients fin-
Muscle-bound refers ally were allowed to get up, com-

to muscle, not fat, they seek ‘o plications developeg because COMPETITORS are asked to
remind you. But let me clarify their hearts and other muscles note that the Heats for the
this point. Being muscle-bound were weak and flabby from lack !-mile Freewheel Roadster and
doe; not necessarily indicate that cf exercise.

100 yards flat—Men, will be run
one muet pnsepss a lot of muscle, To-day the view point on this off today during the Sports.

Tt is a condition which restrains subject has changed very much, The 880 yards flat will be run
action of the muscle, incomplete These same patients with rhew- on Thursday, June 5, and the
articulation of joints, restricted n.atie heart disease are put to 3-mile flat on Saturday, 3ist May.

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COPR. 1963, KING FEATURES BURDICATE. |

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

r Allan Collymore







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hat a the tours, they discontinued their
wW ] 1 wi membership.

it was eventually resolved that

the Entrance Fee should be $6.00

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7 = so P id Of ee = —
Again President eo

and hold members, rather than
fix the fees at too high a rate
which would result in keepirg
out some people who might have!
the intérest of the island’s ericket |
at heart. |

The Meeting then elected Mr.

Cricket Association

TNE BARBADOS CRICKET ASSOCIATION yester-

lay eve re-elected the Hon. Sir Allan Collymore as
their Presi

. j J, D. C. Goddard, and Mr. E. L. G.

dent for another year. Sir Allan’s re-election Hoad, Snr. as the Barbados

was done by acclamation on the motion of Mr. J. M. Kid« representatives on the West
ney. : Indies Cricket Board of Control,

and under General Business,
voted an honorarium for the
W 3 ne Change. Mr. E. A. V. Secretary, Mr. W. F. eyes mt

tluams Was dropped for Mr, J. D. Goddard { whose services the President and |
not being électe Pe st vear oddard who, although Mr. A. DeL. Inniss paid tribute. |
nor peng elected last year, was co-opted as a member of
the Committee of Management by virtue of his position as

Captain of the West Indies Cricket Team, and the Barbados DOMINICA COLLAPSES

The Meeting also re-elected the officers and the Board
of Management of last year with o



Team.
¢ oo et ¥ yee iW re és Goddard Replaces (From OST LUCA. May 30
airmonte, First ce Preside: it; . * 7 wo
Mr. J. M, Kidney, Second Vice- Clairmonte Dominica in the second innings

President Mr. W. F. Hoyas, Hoh. Another important change which of their Cork Cup cricket game



Secretary; Mr. W. K. Atkinson, took place was the appointmen: against St. Lucia, collapsed for 15)
Hon. Treasurer; Mr. 5, of Mr. John Goddard as a repre- after one hour’s play Friday; their
Chenery; 8S. O. Cc. G ir, Seutative on the West Indies overnight score being 106 for 6.
J. D. Goddard: Mr. E 4; Cricket Board of Control in place Reid, an overnight batsman, add-
Snr; Mr. A, DeL niss: WN 9, of Mr. F, A. C. Clairmonte. Mr. ed eight runs before he was out
Inniss; and Mi N. Peirc Goddard was elected in a ballot 1.b.w. to Barrow for 48. Shilling-

SPORTS







Ol HZ Hoad was elected as the other =,
representative on th 1.C.B.C. .
By SPORTS EDITOR The Red’ tama

meeting adopted without
comment the Eighteenth Annual
Report and the Statement of Ac-

Barn Dance

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THE BARBADOS AQUATIC
CLUB

(Loca: and visiang memwers only)

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

1. CRICKET two iess than the previous year. Saturday, 31st May

What is the name of the Following the adoption of the at 9 p.m.
Barbados cricketer who, in Report and the Statement of Music b
am Intercoloniai fixture Accounts, the President presented “CARIBBEAN |
with Trinidad, injured his the winning clubs with the re- TROUBADOURS” j
knee and was compelled by Spective trophies, congratulating }
the umpire to stand and }] e©2ch captain in turn. Admission to Ballroom
roll the ball underhand Carlton are now joint holders of $1.00
down the pitch. the Ist XI Cup, Windward Cricket 10.5.52—4n.
2. FOOTBALL | Team holders of the Intermediate er

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

3. RACING
Name the Barbados own-



——— ===, In which there were four mem- ford, who made 30 runs and Pem-
bers. The two old members, Mr. berton were the next best scores. |
. A. C. Clairmonte; Mr. E. L. G. Bowling —Drysdale 3—20, Bar-
| Hoad, Snr; Mr. E, A. V. Williams [row 2—30. The final match, Gren-}
and Mr. Goddard himself, Mr. jéda—St. Lucia starts Monday.
counts for the year 1951-52. The
Annual Report showed that the
membership of the Association at
the beginning of 1952 was 423,
‘Shield and Police Sports Club, |
jholders of the Second Division SOSSSSSSIFSISO ISSO O8Y | |
Cup.

A FETE
B At ST. LUCY’S RECTORY
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What is meant by the getting tickets for tours, but after 1? 3
term “Let” in table tennis? SaaS — —
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s.vrrwnY. MAT 11 1H n\Rn\nos \nvocvrr r \c.r. TUBES Aussies Seek Defence Pact B> HAROI.lt I OH KII WASHINGTON MM] Australia u MIIOU* to muv Into a front an. 1 and planning of world affair.. And ahe start* ,. (.-.impaign tht> w* to do so hm Prim.Minister Robert G Mem-lee arrt*e-i for a series of top important talks with SwivUrv ol Slate Dean Acbeaon Menzir*s will jcet down to the fine detail of Implementing the %  iii-foi --iiu' Pun..Treat v signed hv Atlfl United Stateand New KaOttd. and w wttibtf up "f '''" **ari*.Council Thi< A ill be conujoaetl of in* ilnee foreign mialaurx, *ho .ire expected to hold 0Mti n ing this autumn to plan defence*. At present It is laid down that In Ihr event of .utiuti to the defence of the free work), it had no snv in global pl.mntnc INDIA'S NEW LEADERS TAKE OATH IN NEW DELHI V Rain Saves I in lit i us .'.'.:::','.'. '.*,v,'.-.v-'. SEA AM) Alii TI.AFH( -.'-'---*,*. Salvation Vrm\ h. iiuitiiHl 50 rar* £47X3 o'f EXCHANGE In Carlisle Bay V V 1-... II... MlKll MS %  I i SEAWKLL %  NfWtT-aUKTtOPIISiDINTDr Rajendra Praaad (left) and Vice President Sir S. Radhakrt %  n are shown during the colorful cenmcr.y In NtW Delhi a* 1 :N of office In the bnpealnfl Central Hatl "f the ladaan Parliament A large portrait of Mahatma Gandhi looka down upon the scene. (itifrrnarumaf I Disturbed too. a u r i n g lb* V. jihiiiKi.ni visit, will be Aue' .ili.r linai.fi&l difficult lev Just whir, pmutw will propose to ease her dollar situation Is not known. But he is expected lo ask for help both in Washington and London shortly afterwards Ha bringing wilh him his Defence. Treasury and Foreign Affairs chiefs so lhal top level penal ••rvitude sentence imposed decisions can be made on the > Justice Hughes in February. ix,. ItSl for allegedly setting fire to B.G. Merchant Wins Appeal "•• Oar II- i .(-...m-p>i GEORGETOWN, B.G, May 20 Ia*ijor Teper. Polish born B.G. businessman has been freed by if a seven-yenr Petitions i.runh-ii C. S. Appointments The following appouitmenta in n 70 .nmutr, for the I.' nd OenrTre> Erin.-h. Scoreboard Glamorgan boa! Kent by an innings and $4 run* Glamorgan 37*. Kent ?fW m.l nr? iMun.-ei I faji %  t baal H ;mi, i. hirr in nv> wickets llampiUii'e 267 and 170 for fl rlerlar. •" *• %  'or R declare,) and IOT I-inca.-li M cc h\ eight w.rRrt, Ml'l 131 its drv sorxfs I Bir w w Keece, Q.C. In'he Bishop of Trinidad, the Jrnett S7. Bailey 45 not nut) wifet uirt aSss prVSi sajr 1 M ( Rt "•* %  D J w,Uon '" Handmy £Tl\ sw ••"'i' I s for ? Following the jury'i nuTty verSoll <' l < 0 '"' < evening told his rt.k gartfcarM J 01 ??* *• l "£ m !" ""' rh die. Defence Counsel asked ihe i, P£~ r *,'" *** PJ Cathedral of the Holy ^ r rf^J...^^"T^T, 33U , d ' f I Judge to reserve |nw .w.int* f rtP Thc Petition of Albert Edw *d Trinity; thitt the threat to the r. !" '" r "'ln din< Jg and l Oitn conaideratlon by Hi iii ihe Court .it oi-dinary yesL Taylor granted the i r parlies y. %  fj£?l Chloe Ki-nesta W daift River & i Widow, to thr o*t band Oth.. McArtrig MM '" Mr. w. w. Reeee, g.c. mConiniunisin Disarming Men's Minds — IHshop Wilson \ itain savru th< I B 8 Hi eight eraeketa w e %  Sonti sbandoii 'iis' opviui u *1- %  %  foi quick run*. He cla a3 with offspinnerj. befor ( v.ho made 59 declared the am: al 188 for 9. % %  I %  -'Is. %  %  %  a I %  I laps. . ii %  Somerset. %  Qhulam AhnaM m rinej Iron i '*"'" are doubtful for ; iNniijh I'hddkur bettl %  aaivi n\ %  • i .. ind U \ i ... oir.. I.. UMIaM %  • r—. SM4.-I J"— atssix \i s\ a i i Patrto SIM It was in 1902 that the Hi small band of Salvation An Officers eame to Trii in mi Hel .*•! dl A iii inclu< i %  %  wh'iae he i aessat expansion uf eervu.-. henArm| i %  ered to IKthe moat 1 means of begmn.ng ita en icot ne a In help % %  'i wh< I %  Alp %  • %  n •/!• dim .ANADA or, I Demand Dr-'l. I Rcvifalise Xonr KIDNEYS %  ii i ..i ...— i *-kiii. Lou < barl i ..Cystex' TRINIDAD, Ma> Foi' .on ihe General Service have — made with effect from ihe date* ^^.?f. *???•'bu, af,cr near " mentioned hereunder:— po.nU 'for -.Ti,'*' ET'Sffi 2? £ lben Ed*"' West Indian f 0 ?!* 1 nf wt ''''**" 11 Christian LaaidMi Ihe estate thitt 'he threat to the f ^' %  red: Church is disarming "" of lo many people's minds i was deliver* i o.iinectlon wltii i <>f the Gloucestershire VOTaUi Match drawn. Sussex M for 9 OtaMMb declared Osford University versus Mi. the arguments the Judge refused p^Tf*" J? lU n, n luU H> l-ortUhlp. to entertain the application. n",,. ". ,'.' lll * %  crmon Mr. L. Hoyte to be Capuuo, L*ter a successful application ^EaTS ., 'w*',',''^ *' ,ce ,n '" Mnniul 8yn *Ihr Church droun Com__^ nuiiiiMii ..ti.i .. IID |upl* th' ——ii -lumnn in in* ;ipp*ai r „„,,--._, ,„, ,, \":".:~ ill thi* Igc til. Church ww w.. ihM the lrl.1 judne allowed Lo Th |, ^ r S" I. .,.,[. Wtlle: ,i,lm.lble cvideocc I. b, M .. J L h ,'..i l .' ",', r S,cfrJ;,„ '"•'"• %  'v.l„.l,„n h.d crMhed St: Mtehaeli J*2* **; **"„"* ""> '•>" who .erveil II t ol Uie G ** r| """• % %  '" All-n llu, kr. < hrttn . if.*•• in dire "* St. Jme> CaraUnt Ed. SI W" "' >* ln ovrrwhelmetl. -We Philip %  •tor with eltect Irom the lit lee to "ppeal end berrlm lune 1852 Uoyd Lurkhoo flew lo London MrV E. Ch.w lo be Supei'" %  %  "!"' theoppe.1 bevuor, Meln DMA General !J" '• OT,U N rnMn | W ""• H0.plUU,.wltl, effect from Ik. 1U. ^gg K ^ mcn „, „,. has bevn :ippe^l Mi %  %  Wed M | Jiucleri ba Mi r; i W CUrke SoUc of the flm. of Cottli Decree Nisi nf Communism nre vary subtle und insidious .ind are directed. not in o)en assault, but like terIn tM Omirl %  mites, eating awuy our civilisation Mairm...r i | ,.-„,. frOM within %  O. 1. I'.i; 1. i .„| The Bishop aliased: The antiii Oed, anU-CbrlaUan forces are lo Allan, pi i ,l,n be found at woik In aim.and v. p ,,-im. |nnd—IncludinR the West Indie* Ada.iUv, M1(l aimost ever* department of prtiuonti ind O, StC Adderley, IJ# CI m hooU and universities, raepondem. and ft, A. Bn ^.^ ta political 1 •• %  '• parties and trades unl..!" i" AN Olympic airlift. Ii oat a monlh, will nrn MM ri have been told," continued -mpelitors in the HI Bishop Wilson, "that the weapons QanaM to artd from Helsinki. York aircraft will carry e a nf the 17 teams to Helsinki | days before Ufelr sports are i ue lo begin, to allow for ace %  %  in and last-minute (raining Thll will be the first lime UM British teams have been flowi Ilr.i" Miss J Pickering am oaam (nadmiastble evidence to be U appointed Steuograpfur-Typiil t ;.t the trial which wa* hiahlv nre'* am "" ,,, ,J P !" the Natural OBB Corporation with judicial Augustus Yearwood. efrect from the Z6th May, 19&2 Tepe; Arrangements have been made past fifteen months in hospilul for Mr. R. McConney, Senior was released last night and reCiork, AccounUnt Gener.il_g Offlce, united with his wife and Ihreeto be seconded as Chief clerk to year-old son. theBW-1. Central Labour OrganDefence counsel at the trial were isation, Washington, with effect Uoyd Cabral. associated with from 15th. June, 1#52 Uoyd Luekhon lntructed hv Miss The secondment will be for En Luckhoo. three months in the first instance ..nd will be subject to extension to a period not exceedln* three Prompt Deliveries Information has been received %  ._,_ %  --. from the Colonial Office that MM .^.uiv changing noW and J.-\m Kathleen Yvonne Bulpitl has been m, f| |, Mem uf|drr y| aelected Tor Jippointment to the but l^noashtre 1 presetr prices Colonial Service as lurtar (Doare competitive with tinlast part mental Theatre) at the Barbsknown Japanese price. PFMITTtDY OPPIfF dot General Hoapltal. The main point is thai ... nnlAaVi-i It is expected that Miss Bulpitt. changed circumstances of the HKUKr.N who b nt present serving as TheaUnited Kingdom iidustrics It The office at We-'hurv Corn*the tre Sister at St He'en* Hospital "hould nowbe pwalble to obtain lt rv wm ; the ,. Hafrtings. will sail from the Unrted British goods of right type at comtWMO on Witin.sday ol lift fOf which -he tan.i Kingdom to take up her new petitive price if there is proper an d 6.00 a m on Thursday. PMplo the Bishop add'-. i i p|H.intment about the 4th June, conUct between the Importers and F A bull.-n. .v., Ming used u, be told these 1952 tn United Kingdom manufacturtlM C of the ChildS ,* neM ,„ ,-. 17 on murket conditions and supply ren's (Ji>oii faotork Councils and local and then, in < world then Bra governments ihe I74lh ru %  %  I t" M t" | Chrt 11 m Cl %  !>. CathoU. in Town Government .iris of the Olympic Games, allho gOM teams were flown to t'liiplre Game* in New Zeala.u Frivzo Wins (kit H MOM IKIWNS. KU) Captain A. M. Keiths fn /< 100 to 7 outsider on FrMa] Ing of the Ooi is IJ mill's n: ii. i Epsom track. Winning purse at e i R.M H i • ihe r.ii %  exchunvi ly for flliias ri i by thre,lengtha from / il i l i. Moon SUr -as ii third plat I Zabara was second favounu a 9 to 2. Moon Star, owned b, William Woodward of New Ym h was 9 to l _<:.r. Clamant H n.ken My UnTl Hill. St Michael, repjn on Wednesday and 7.10 ported thai a quantity of articles i.n Thursday. SNAKE KILLED A ,n;.ke .ibout .< I %  %  n %  This powerful Morris Six is a oar with proved world appeal faprov* 1 / % % %  SWTHE TRUCK & BUS TYRE THAT W*J ALREADY HMH POPULAR THAN ANY OTHER Sixty i.-. m ipre-making have uuighl llimhudut there II no >tandmi: mil — even ihn sssfol ivrc can be bcitcred. Inaf. ,u\t what ha been ir.< and Hu I vr, Dunlop Jcmnrr. fuvc develi pad bei rhi% fine hji, [uuern a rvre that i rnur->% NHW art! IMI'KdVI-M Thi. tyre, the t>r.r ml II". I aew ready ^rt 1 ** /f i" •al up fresh record* (ol i PenWusl an.l c-. „ ** jli-iuund eflicicncy |M lor y.iuiwll — 3a nteied between 0.3U Ms crussing thhe road b> passerby who %  v • yuite -i nutnbei of i">ple ga'hLtaaff. lothtinan who drive.. M .rr,.s.> Hi pour. *ah*-m hssd enfir* lhal ansssssVti %  leed ' pv*t*nh [dtmy "*^ '" ••*< He T,M %  i. :. tv make* fourtwys sn unrufleJ InM i siting Biwi kMnaeessy irs>cl lo il< p*wet He II K.I y+m. •*> of tto leatfol sdeace of • IflloUII .HUM.. lh.( -I. % %  % % %  Df Ufa .. i ii rnw h limit trou un nt fiMMii II.' iln,ka.Ceir Mii.i nil-id rrm •! % %  • •'N. nimi •-. hiaoa'ha* *' ioe sad bath -if ti**ii ana >uiv area pi-a*ur In Mad, rl iim-i. ih.-' (nr.ill. pulna in h*ar(. pali poir iu**|> lio# iiifiniil. and •rmrt -a-ilr ..-il.a fi-ar -Ml wotry If t . .uer J i., t npia* Ufa soar as %  %  %  .i. %  %  ]. I'I. ...--il. id. flrar .1 i.-.v load off Ih* haarl. ... i taal >•>• ,.:.!..-. in 'Hi Naaco from our tha !" li i* i'i>ii' i*l (a> II *• ruu tm*i •M .uo-e ar >Me h*aa. % I Vtck* V.-liivnol up t.h iHKinl Immikm nhed,tiitiM<-s [ %  -. ••ay f.i-t and you fr..(h. freely ag-.m y,CKsVA4R0-rr0'. NOSE DROPS Bi Oa ankMii| pita la •MT -MOlM >l OMt lMJT. aifci and piim jni -"fl oox.o* autata co. .TD. m Select These Tyres at Unbeatable Prices From ECKSTEIN BROS—Bay St. JOHN WHITE means made just right NEW! ( BEDFORD ) 10/12 CWT VAN Hn. 1. %  i !" l no. voi—J.~J """ " •• ,c m—n *"** a prime ar-hidi m*• *" morr trfl. toJ m am I— I-"' Morr lo.J tpma %  %  -Mt| rrl>ra n< cubK fcet %  Ihr mdy il ii|-1 boJv; io CUM l "">" '"• %  "" •'"-' '* HOR£ *"" h "" *"" %  "*' ••*,UJi,, !" or ""*' l * J '"" unl"ilinK BVJMI. For UK dr..cr. niort .all. *Hh l~ !" > Ey rBI cincr .idr| door. c. hr ta ocrn la h,.o.r-to-hi~^ Jclivtry. I....-I1" iplif. delivery m Linfesitd CARRIES MAKES MORE CALLS P"* 1 "' nd '"' """'"" COSTS LESS TO RUN mt 11, ./,.,// 1,. huh eKVlenoI 1. -<-j fty JOV pie i'i/ lo -u/iply partiriil'ir*. 1(41 IM III 1IMMI IJvlllTH. COURTESY GARAGE DIAL 4616 i



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I K.I I II. Ill I DOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. MAY 31. 15* WEIGHTLIFTING AND BODY BUILDING—VI II* HIVVIN PlIH.rR'LD.VIN ROOMS I -I th extansor* sml ,i thereby producing %  ixwidiiion of slower and mcompiele reactions — ihii* what be iver-i iii^; muscli—bound flu.iiu. than L*t us t,ou have b* %  i cotiMdnablr period, -u. must have heurd much otx, ous forms o( ,..>,. v i so conflicting that y<. afhkfl to belli You should ddini.ii" .1. fOU own nui |/iii such in to you ore really qualified or ji.-t tiling that they beard, no Bnt hand 1. tale Is based on When you decide 10 imjimv. yourself physic* ly. and you make up your mind to be more lihr %  have seen in 8s*i lure MOBS, ><>u m.> Manda aboul you mon ihsn Ukcly ibaj ;.t your hopes w.d opinions which have nt. 1 inundation. It nukes one wonder where B many erroneous opanaBl rigfenatad. How such unoeen continued so that so manj .iri oi than Then 1* n-tf a grain of truth in t,M Personally, i think thai mo-1 ar* afraid of the WEIGHTLIFTING more iiu word aounda you avai scan .. t^t pei %  liiungnt :f ,„ u >,.„,. hvu yuu ;uck weights .. uodarttood lillt hllVe ^ trMU ^ tremendous amount of old BOB t „ a rarc spectacle, a comical IffaUUtlni siKht. Thetr body weight In too one trtei t„ hfi UM grai _,. ., ,,. K mu#C |„ to eat poMiblp amount of W. .,.,, ,, ulk pi jper1y am but one has to be Ml msfully, con^emiantly their trained and N well developed Inm lv .-m.iiU appear not t|,.i of aide and outside, that the body running but of a waddling <'<*. fid up to the use of heavy Moil of lhl „ v r weighted peraons vrrighis remember it takes tln • i ., on(l run Have thinks of appearing on a weight.„„ vvrr noticed what torture and %  ft ,, inconvenience thev have to go Weight. iflint in its graded thro., R h in order to tie their -i be used by the weaW t hhoe laces, if %  >„ %  W....,, or the strongest person. If you them *et m and out of car* It nra underweight and very weak takes them so long, thev strugyou should choose a weight which K Pt work up a sweat and punt you can handle COnSfOftaWj. If f or breath when sealed. Oh what ynu !iut yourself so Vtt | ',ti.re those poor souls endurethat it is .mpossiblc for you to use But nXx them muv e b()und weight. >ou can use thr ..lain they become furious. No! They bar or the two collar*. Every are not muscle-bound how week ns you develop strength you could they J* when they hire so can add Mt lbs. plates. U u\e mu cle l0 8pe k nf „ p I have asked many doctors it '•''"'ting fat is far more dangerthey would recommend Weight " than any muscle-bound contraining. Moat of them agree that dt,,n n could ever produce. Fat it is very beiieilci.il to tin owly ri "r>* the working Internal orbut one must be sure he i* direct*n n *demands added blood suped by an expert who has been In Dlv nd definitely Impede* the ike gam c for considerable time, '"'cements of the body. 1 have often wondered why so j ntV e been aouil 8S8BE hr> many peop.e pas* such gftrrnsn. reading of books, especially on r s m ."i. rk w" w *'* lum,lr Mwl the heart, in relation ta we.ghlof them have never tried it to utung, for it Is an every day realize how valuable It is in msk*aying from the know alT that >ng one feel so full of life mid weighlli fling affect, the heart, healthy. They would go on i,, a „ ar ticlc by L>r. A. T Fetro u g it though they know ,.., u, c effect of barbell' Exvrabaolutely nothinr aboul it in dee on the heart the doctor order to make such statements. says, "First of all we mu-t realkai Before I Marte,! exercising. 1 that the heart is essentially a criticised weighiliftlng very muscular tube whose primary much, but I soon lound out how function It is to pump fresh oxywroiig I was. r was to weightgenated blood to all parla of the lifting as Saul vn ,i to Ihe Ohurch. body where it is needed for the We were converted. maintenance of the body's funcI remember playing a friendly tions. One Important point 1 football mi'-h a few years ago. would lik,. to stress at this time during which I collided with anis that We h iri is actually a other player and broke his ankle, muscle and that over four-fifths The consequences were, he was of i weight is made up of RIUBordcred off his feet for quit* %  cla fibre. Thus 11 pot* few months. They don't criticise game physiological properties and Footbal] as being dangerous or responses that muscles every"•> "'' but they where in Ihe txxlv has. Ttui m ju-'l abhor welghtlifting. con lea thai %  Jfhouall I have been lifting weights foi .imp. blood in other organs In > %  yenn. and many of my -.he body. It also need to be nourfrieiids 'eho have been in the ishrd by a proper • amount of gnmc longer than i. > ,., ,,.. I,| ( I,I or eLso it wi I fail." received any senous Injuries. We i r ivtro continues, "Profresmlghr comp.iin of %  little lorfsive graduated exercises strenglhness or stiffness, but that is allen the heart muscles so that each In spite of the fact that t individual muscle fibre in the %  any weight lifters and weight heart becomes stronger and more trained U.CI1 an extreroalj Rastl-liefBcasnt. The heart, therefore. ble and.often exhibit ihen Oeatlcan perform It. work easier nd bUity at Strength shows, sarcasbetter. It can contract better and Uc remarks are alw.M mpty itself more complet.lv at them as rxlng muaclg bound during each c.irdiac circle m etc. by people who are ignomni heart beat. Hence more blood per of the meaning u „n of timis pumped throughIt Is positively amazing what a out the body. The brain*, lungs vast number of things this man kidneys, skin and other vital orof muscle Is Incapable of doing, nans get more fresh blood anil ar judging by the public's prajua result of this, they are more diced opinion. Hut whal is mo healthy. amazing to learn is how much less It has been proven and den otithe person who attempts to conitrated that people WIN, vey these Ideas can do. He. howforms of heart disease such as ever, cover* his fault-, quick rheumatic, where the valves arby explaining that he is not rot d maged by infection are bener that sort of thing, T %  llled by exercising. For %  bed but ..fter .i perioc L4*d rests, tney f nroojn exercises v.linii strengthen Uaa bat paara logical to aaaurw normal mdlvidua.s. pioj cUican ue -.na Is of actual benent to the heart. It.iibel] and Dumbell will thus not harm the heart but 'uniiy make it s nun %  sad 'rongei organ. However, Dr. Petro, n 'hat any organ can be strained and injured if one is not careful. For many strong men tax %  vantage of themselves and forgei to realize that there Is a limit to everyone's capabilities. S i towty" and nraln ne.iiiy. The Doctor gives us further advice and recommend* training at a Gym where prop r supervision and teaching is it hand. Make your gains gradually and slowly until you n point where you can handle Hlb"tantial weights in all the exercise*. In this manner you are building real Internal and after all this is the I lasts and makes your phvsiq_ really powerful and outstanding. Dr. Petro conclude* his article by saying "that experiments have been conducted on well trained athlete* and it has been she that their hearts are actually %  tronaer. wrk better and have more cardiac reserve, than hearts of normal individuals who do not train or exercise. Thu. if vou :re training regularly with wciiht?. you are acttia ly buildirg a strong, efficient heart. Meat Week I will explain the •ther three major rule* II) food '!> sleep, real, relaxation (I) maintaining trautl mind. A %  i'reside it; Mr. J. M, Kldni % %  i iioyas, HRT-OF-SPAIN. Tranquillity winning four c nve matches this afternoon have won the Lawn Tennis tOUrnaoMnt T he ae ries will be continued tonwrrow afternoon but Tranquillity already have secured ihe winning points. This afternoon's successes enabled the home players to lead Savannah by 14 points to 8. Result; Ladles Slnjles— Miss M. Cambridge won from Miss Owen Pilgrim 6—3. 6—0, and Mrs D. Eyre won from Mrs. |) Wormi r -8. 6—I ft—2. Men's Double* -Patterson am St. Hill won from H. S Auh,., geu Nnthnagel 2—. 6—3. 7—0, 6—* A. DeVertcuil and G. Mancln won from D. Trimmmgham an. D Worme 8—2. 75. 6—1 R. Carter and S. Qua Mom. Won from l)r Manning ..nd I Taylor 9 -7.5 '.. -|. 3 _. e GRENADA ATHLETE ARRIVES William Gittens. school boi athlete from the Orennda 11m Secondary School. arrlM day morning by B.W I A t<. take part In the three-day CycU and Athletic Sports Meeting spor^ored by the A A A Barbados which opens at Kesiri ton Oval today. Ottten<, axpcct.s i, ( t UK e pou In the high and long Jumps, tl quarter mile flat and the hundred yards dash. He is sta at the Bnmore Hotel %  V public is ready to g< knocks to slur the muaeull particularly the Utter, Why would g M 1 roua oU -bound pi • 1 Te mu'ele" Mug %  %  Ug %  B %  this point. Being in. dog not neeeNsarilv indicate thai one •. too R I red )>as1 Among the manv .., nl towill IKthe one-mile cyck rj for all classes and ninetd OpaB The All Stars tOUH, LOwUI and Matthieu form of the foreign eotrUnfsnl .nd it will be inten '.' "i hi iv they wlU ihape against local cyclists. B.A.A.A SPORTS COMPETITORS are asked I note that the Heats for the I-mile Freewheel Hoadste r and HK> yards flat—Men. will be run off tixiay dudng the Sports. The 880 yards flat will be run 1 n Thursday. June 5. and the 3-mile flat on Saturday. 31st May 1 Sir Allan Collymore Again President Of Cricket Association I RIOOST ASSOCIATION' ymter•' Hi n Stc Allan Collymore u n IT Sir Allan's ro^>l7ti(.;i Um on Ihe motion of Mr. J. M Kid, ,. 11 riOn l ihe officers and the Board igemenl of l.isl y.ar with one change. Mr. E A V Mr J D. Goddard Who, althouuh '.ar. was co-opted as a member Ol — -f..*^ su m IlilMIUCI |l| ml by virtu,, of Ins position 0, I.. I Cricket Team, and the Barbados the tours, they discontinued their I membership. It was eventually resolved that 1 'be 18.00 j %  >*criptiori I 6.00, after it was emphasised 1 •hat it wan necessary to attract 1 and hold members, rather than %  tix the fees at too high a ratoj which would result in keeping out some people who might have the intreest of the island's cricket at heart. The Meeting then elected Mr. j J D. C Goddard. and Mr. K. U G. Hoad. Snr. the Barbados I repreaenutlves on Ihe Vfeit Indies Cricket Board of Control. MM under General Busines.. voted an honorinum for UM Secretary. Mr. W. F. Hoyos to whose services the President and Mr. A. DeL. Inniss paid tribute.. ** DOMINICA COLLAPSES i-.ddard Replaces Clairniontv important change which took place was ihe appouume'r of Mr. John Goddard as a repre"i-.tive on the West Indies %  i'..id ..1 Control in P i. F-OSiWA HAD r*OTH.-*5 iM COMMO. WITH THE UdCeS' i^^SESCW/ W<5rfT CLUB'TO HEAR HER TELU IT-.—.By Jinuny H ado lm %m*r HD~T3 Tax >O0 THe TRUTH HE LOST ALL INTEREST IN THE CLU8IT S JUST A W4STE OKA TIME-*X THev 0O IS 1 ST /<4XINO AND SOSSIP" ^ ~1 ^•ALL HCR TOO—.^^-V. m w ,XUW< J*S A.OUNM, am 1 *! h*^ m 'I si 1 AC. Clairmonte. Mi. %¡ odstard. srag ga a at ad in a ballot to which Uierv were four memThe two old members, Mr. ,. \ . for ">e year 1951-32. ThAnnual Keport showed that the membership of the Association at irie beginning of 1952 was 423. lW v M 8-8 th n ,ne previous year! following the adoption of the Report and the Statement of Accounts, the President presented iho winning dubs with the reapective trophies, conara tula tint. v ch captain in turn. Empire and iCWJ!"! nnw ,u ,, holdera <>t Xho 1st XI Cup. Windward Cricket Te.'in. holders of the Intermediate Shield and Police SportClub. holders of the -Second Division Cup. Mil*her Ivntrancc Fee? 1 hrelection of officers and the Board of Management followed, jond then the meeting considered ,11 motion which had been tabte,i to Mr. Otoinnonto, but which was I de.lt with by Mr. F. L. Waleott in (he alwenee of Mr. Clairmonte that the Annual Subscription and Entrance Foe be increased. It was pointed that in the p:i*t. the public had been using the lion to facilitate their getting tickets for tours, hut after SPORTS Ql 1Z By al'ORTf. EDITOR thr llirh.ol<>> AiUoulr ** %  sansri a honk on sport to the iir-l priH.ii> hu -eodi Ihe correct %  —WSgg to the (nllnUin i|u-^ti.oi%. 1. CRKKtl Whal h the name of the Barbados rrkkrtrr t-ho. In an Intercolonial fixture with Irinldid, injured hi* knee and was compelled bj the umpire to stand and roll the ball underhand iluv. n tini>ili li 2. tOOTBAM. A team UgsU oft and hy clever rombined play manages to score without aa opponent playing the ball Should the rrf-rrc .iward a So* I? 3. RAOOrQ Name the Barhadoa owned borse that* won the Trinidad Turf Club Cup at the Christmas meeting 1W7. I HllXIM. From whom did Joe Louis first wio the world hravvurlght boxing rhaaiplonship? 5. TABLE TFNMfl Wh.i H meant by the trrni 'Let' in table tennh? NOTE: All entries for "flporai QnJs** should be addressed "Sports Qali", c/a Advxate Sparta Editor, and must reach thin offire by I? noon on Haturday, May II The correct answers and the nasne of the winner will be published In UM VoMbtJ \dvoeate" nf June 1. EneJi entry must be accompanied by A COUPON as Set out below. SPORTS Ql 1/ Naj irtorti Our Own Ci>rr*MOnS*nl ST. LUCIA. May 31-. Dommica in the second innings of their Cork Cup cricket game against St. Lucia, collapsed for 135 after one hour's play Friday; their overnight score being 108 for 6. rtrid. an overnight batsman, .idded eight runs before he was out l.bw. tu Bjrrow for 48. Shllhnaford. who made 3D runs und Pamberton wer* the next best score*. Bowling —Drysdale 3—20. Barrow S—30. The final mat.u Orcn* sda—St. Lucia starts Mondas. Barn Dance THE BARBADOS AQUATIC CLUB Saturday. Sin May .19 p.m. Mu 89 "CARIBBEAN TROt'BADOVRS" \dmlm|on to Ballroom 81.00 Whit-Menday Jone 2. lBt Stalls : Handicrafts, Provision, Sweets. Cako-, Ice Creams, Games Mia. Rosalie Alleyne kindly consented to open Ukg Fan at 1 o'clock. ADMISSION 1/^.^•i^OrtO'Wrf'.-.iOO'*^*.*-'-' WHAT'S ON TODAY Film* for Childrsn at Britlsli OeoneU UN a.m. Police Courts—10.00 am. Intercolonial Cycle and Ath leUc Sports. Kensington —100 p in Meeting of Sanitary Inspector-' Association, Queen %  Park1 15 p m Methodut Church Fair. HasUnas Rocks', Police Band 111 Attendance— '.I p.m. Basketball at YH.PO.-730 p.m. WEATHER REPORT YESTERDAY Rainfall from Oodrington: ml Total Rainfall for Month to data; 2.17 ins. Highest Tompcrstnre: B7.6 *F Lowest Temperature: 77.0 *F Wind Velocity: 11 milei per hour Barometer (li %  m } 29.BT8, |3pm) 29 086 TO-DAY Sunrise: 5.40 a.m. I 10 p.m. Moon TitHt Quarter, May SI Lighting 7 00 p m Hlsh Tide: ft.:Ut B.m 10.00 p.m Low Tide: 2.X> a.m.. 3.03 p.m. TRY OVEN FRESH SERVICE Get some of these for your holiday picnic Delicious MARIE & SHORTCAKE BISCUITS obtainable in jib. Pkgs only 32c. per Pkge or per lb. only 54t. SHIRLEY BISCUITS only 46c. per lb. VVIBIX SODA CRACKERS only 38c. per lb. On gale everywhere The West India Biscuit Co., Ltd. STEP AHEAD IN LONG LIFE LIGHTNESS FLEXIBILITY MR. MR*. KENNETH HARMING request the ple TONIGHT SIM MAT, 18*2 ADMISSION: 1/Mhslr bf Mr Sydney Niles' Orchevtra Itpfreahments on Sale. Plt-sse Extend This Invlta tion vrop 1 rvast'* ns NTSOtTA.NME.*! MILTON BONNETT'S (OTTON DRESS DASH I OS l<. III 1)1 H.S s PARK llnl-l %  •IMlsfih' 1 % %  gMB *-.! %  HO* '.in. in-Ki-m mm MILK STOUT C. L. Gibbs & Co. Ltd., P. O. 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BAtt&aUtOS AB'OCATl '.TI"*tD.Y MM' H MB B-\r v D AD05-A AD\GC\TE Oar < — %  Brriutge-S %  > F. A. Ma..*** i <.. LM •— M l John IW-'-klcs \OBODYS DIARY Sslurd,. Me< 9 Ue* irtMii Dr. HYACINTH MOBCAS r* GrenaOaUUTB aaanun uf ihe VnJwc Knu-autr. PrJHMH has vm many mcmivn streaeed -Jsat seats! there is eria a ei res-sect lur Wee-. loUn wuir m inifimi • %  it*uvt Wen IIKLW MOM;. 1—I ana* ahareMW to he tot There has tor coa years a. Urn isiand a laBjea << %  Vrnr about viaett wcliare anc tne ajcto YW.CA-. ii i m i m tha, veer beer. MHI MM en* tbe GovBOMMBt *ri A Chaa c s. laejae. BTIUU! fam-en i a > half uf • iiwiiaiim Bu: uali-rt tew UM MM P^ouf-w or. %  larar I ^ MI BuJllKt BtK wai t y.;^ asJi -gir-n Tke aVof tor pla-mer*, wte -v%  slav-a. TBi: . iiltir BJBJH %  •i ::.. MM ta9str< BU. S~J .-: % % % % %  aBBB aw • : %  %  ..-• %  j %  %  w-*. %  eBstafBBBBB. Bl usB) tna. iiri' '-:.< ;....!. %  M-vAran ane 0***nMiB?i'Tt AUBL 35* SP.CA. tr-errfurr pen* e^raoa: mwcL alone tram toe GowtvamoBS a* the %  Bta and Tanc Woman's Chcafiiai: Aancir.iuc MJfe the C aiaai nn i irflita t taeaoasau. rrsity Ccflflge of the Weai Irsdses It u UWHW Iran taear lew sftantata* thai if the aia*.a at Wer %  ant < .-.. b •• %  4aai ---•" I % % %  BI I TW inberaaitT of the aeoaie irf the Ver. ladas Mi ppacaValW raeuctaaH in the CaafroilJer lor Devuiyiinit and Welfare in far; repuri ler }i "One 'A u* nnr. lnkmjf laature* trf the War. lndasf" he notoA, "* the eai—whi a n id lajtt unvunU vt moaey %  and ix. amailer waft •< cnaritabkaooelte* iiiBBjinn1 a-itfa the Cburcbec and b> nkvr!'* % % %  dhnlBiHan ad BBIMB. 4 To-dav that giaiiaaj of the Waal hv oian pt-jplee u, owoounj awreJy taxed Every year aees iiic-reaaw priw* moiyiduais and nawapaper rebef and appeal fundc have .. -vAne a". Tne wry laet tha*. the Cruvernment ul Barhadoc -i.ouid conaider the f lav in need uf iiwhtanrafrom the SP.CA ahowa how httlt it ajreet with Dr. Moigan's recipe for *.h eiaapro\*exnenl of Weal %  h is ava arguable lhal more jood would be done to the huand if the tribal aw i. to the University Collet* West Indies were reaerved uuMad for u* training and payment of Y W.C A. ofmoah But governaaent cannot run or l anp n rt avarything and the tad that w-aoare work for women often *o great a aoopr for tVJa> untary workers i lrom many mM desirable but particularly because voluntary aanot—li aroura#i private aaruative more than ataia-admuuetered orgam• %  jnateiy voluntary work requires voiunu %  and as the Comptroiier lor DeveagoaaaDt and Welfare noticed ten years ago large amounts of money are a.-aad> aapandad by charitable %  ora rl ara. merchant* and ahopkeepers There ha> been, too. a great change in this island and other parts of the Weet Indies since !W2 because of increased taxa%  and increased cost of living and adrrunistrative expenses The dilemma facing Barbados than is how to utilise the wideawake vjcial cor science -it a people at a time when everything depends on funds to achieve i you know wnere is J Avenue* I thought not Look next time anrmg down Beckles s-aal an the left hand asde Bv. dpa I expect to nnd any jcimintf They grow near It Paui i Avenue That is frangjpam jpaaaminn grow near St. Paul's Avenue ^ %  n i e people a pe]] teasasune "Jaaaaane", I raaliy sales to call the one near BL Pau.'s Avenue %  % % %  11 %  BasWa, These s a long tale about how Franginara oame to be a name of the Jessamine but that's copyright in the Alcoa Book uc riowers f^amahar cbgafrv m Port-ofII aaec able to board. It swans that tDKngxpeni is a French prfunsf (not Ittgriri Bergman s hers ameJit like inoesae. Bat getting baci. Avenue Something very strange about that avenue It hasn't got a waT (and anaary you know that one about 9t ail baaket and the wall). It has instaac a giorious aauaaaavjasasa aaacb more eBectrve than a wall sa kaaBxng : %  • %  ;:.-..•: ... -.-.... .-as Tnere BT^ plenty of walls however back of St Paul's which aaaal the 'r'*** *J— and proclaim "nere beginnetfc the B. Hfesj Estate" whart %  ssBBBsaas." r"> Vsj pronuaed to aasm politics out i>: asl ParTufda.t—M> rnernory is like AW a pusn can aasa letters 1 cant remember whether triey said "Stop me; want me atop ; n: me Etop me and r-. r".. ietnat pass PHOTOGRAPHS Caa m Lacal rhcr.. Which hc ppred m the XdrwultX-THpupvr Cu to —4m4 fra> tto ADVOCATE STATIONERY eef ao groar in Bartoujt Bui nut the MediterraDeas ulrrcs yo m al mhrT pw a lw cocktat] partiea p fjiai rtn--iia; olives One aS Uieae tree* n heannf juat outaiae tbe • >.:*ry i winooer 3 aam faaag to make hto a y r tmun of a pop-fas at> Ihjr. vbee Uiere > too agues none in tto Siieri £uoe to can hear hmafH W VJhaa. 15 u zvz* TK>: k s-ien: rone* A Wher. it ii in loam. %  M Ito younti V W.C.A., moveincat .united facUiUea 11 can oBer to the hJaiidV woman coats aubatantial sums to run at JU present sundaid. IA stiiievetneni: if it is to pay • h;hl trained Y.W.CA leader whose efforts will lead to the growth and expansion of the Y.W.CA movement on an jaisi.o-wide basis it will need considerably mor money.than it now has. There seems only one way ou'. dmVulty wh.ch faces the Y W C A and all other asaocutl'ms engaged in social work in Barbados today. The government must introduce legislation making it possible names and individuals to deduct from income tax returns sums paid to approved and properly conducted associations. Only if such legislation u passed is there any real ban of tbe Y W.C A tuUl role %  *•> %  Barbados. And until the ma) badian tbi present show unmistakably %  -erved, what hopes can be entertained of an improved society? lostoi alanteri T Irssa tne sisve tnvSr. it was s iamm € i*" wawrf.... hs s art l la the arst pan or ha eraasor sad they "*to wthat would %  ul111 I rspsrtatleas _UK* be araUBed.Bat. sa la •:. %  praatoelei I steaa I Ihalrlni kept hu head and offeld no uaananfam to the fsct %  llaiilllliil Chat B a rh a rtm wna su asanliir er stern and thesr rste ut l ea md u rti a n had no desire either U perpetuate toe %  save trade ae te evade any act I.,lu sbMiusa. In ll> the EaalUti il nlltliai UU look eaetaer aup la thru sustained scions to isspruee use lot or the Kaaro Slavs. A Beatsir Bill was astrodured into the of Commons with a tsrs m It ssaara to lumv s oa tha mortality aasaaf sou of the Btsat. that 'mm rseoalned praeUcaliy yai-t i—is %  Moreover toe ill Sato % %  as ahsw OSfcl for freedoai or the MbM la the matter of Isrsa— to ase lmprrisi GsmasaH were rapes** to the asset damaging attacks from Liberal opastea sotside the island -Mow a .Dr fa %  had mm %  Baa) of AmerKs -ihal we hear the loudest yelps of liberty i OT'vsss of Metroes** np sal nn s were new betog freely s sa ilsaiio about the Wi ; .. %  Hn Withe, a rear, 'sea %  -•< : as>aaBtoaaaa> tleal effect to his ideals. As s reeait af the sieve In Berbsdae and of the wldespcaad oppesWoa as otter coi>ou two Li sas mm prue %  van csac't know what a bract is Be a apart and toad m your donation today. id of yon Now ITl tefi. A bract as a amafl lead or scale Btawa %  don't know what a calyx at soak st aa> is a dictionary What put me on te Bracts was boutainvillae*. Tto Baaa-aa of ^wsgarnrilliri are says my \ %  %  : %  .. . : : ; ::Vet ttxoaes anal are surrounded by an mvotocre ot petaloid bracts'' There's a masi SB lalilfiBiaiii wbo always wears Donga:. .' he wears n with s l il f ttt ili cf He wears it with chains, old | metal and whatever else he fancies But he is not the only bougainvillaea wearer : in ""rsdgetown. Tbe other day a cow gaily caparisoned with Bougainvillaea rotana tor horns walked under the windows of the Comptroller of Custom* and continuvc (wjlhoul paying excise duly! in the direction of the slaughter house Bridgetown is becoming gay •. that window dressing is not taught in tbe schools. >day—Refused this morning to buy frying ( •ah for s penny at half past nine. Smelt. Saturday—There is no need to erect a statue I originator of the Bushe expenJust leave the Bay Street window as it la. Q. Seen any oases recently' A. Yes. one at tbe Colony Club. W PAINT-UP Tbe beBt trBj you taoti howwith top quality trandefl FAIJT;. ZSAKZLS. VACTISHSS that r-aH"ar:tee long run ecinoaj-! Ana that goee for Joes MBOM ani afloat! C. S. PITCHER & Co. H.M.V. KAIHOGHAMS Cric-kt-i The came o( games with equipment from our maenifireni and low priced selec*' Indian Cricket Balls from S2.02 and Kn^li-h makes bv Whdcn. Lilly while, etc. Balls Bats Wickets Pads A l.lou's A w idr ransc of sires and Prices Da Cosla & Co.. Lid. ^. %  ss.v.vss.-s.-s.v.v,vs.-.-.-.-.-.-.-s.-.-.-.-.-,-.-.-.r.-.-.-.-.-., %  • i *l toa*i at beeaertne. swciie an iur I s n aa bi salutacuoa to ike Mother Country and csedtt te arou*-.t adssastaaa to the Hares for a w.aee these . had care of ti^r-. v noie cauafter a troubled pertod and pre. sae, the aasna o> wet the even traster lasuas that 1ST to Be] .'. MI tlur IU nh i s Sav: Tnulf I f\i.,!f 1 nil PofiI ii ul Purlifm | To The £'a (Ut* Bkmkea two nun a-r-u iA CM UBJ IU on my e>7-Uir*. Barbadtai aa aucei. •nd did stat. v far as I can uoiat Barbadoa -las auBwrabundanre of political talent u %  matt*r not of my concern and acarcely within the r.owIda*e What 0 *•. that where the pool of talent arailaUe to the iaoour i-soremear was relatiV-Hy %  mall then the problem of evoi*inf separate sets of indurtriaj and poUlk-al leaders u made! snore diaVvl*. Thai saaXa of, aaTain naay rise from any of, bar of rwaaas. ae of, I woulc BUM contend.1 e tbe ••nallneaa of the Your leader-writer's aicond! set of t aaw ie rita*w* baaed on this rn^suivVT-sttndinf of my ir>>>aim-r r o n eq -jt--'lv tbourb not *ith'. is-ia Cold Storage Sneiced Hams Are. 7tb. la Brisket Beef in tins 4a) Sue Roar. Beef in Tins, zfe size For Your WEEK-END PARTY % %  >*:.;.:^ Carr-. Crackers <:=.< H BBB eJ Cheese Caeeae in Tins C a n ada Drr Drinks Cold Braid Rum Dutch Bear Danish Beer FRESH VEGETABLES .-%  • Beet, Turnips A COMPLETE RANGE OF THESE FINE RECEIVERS J-TTBI 11R.I XODC1 HMO S •-•* S-TTBI i*-uj MOiira KUHO uses I.-7I Bl TUU MOWX E%rPKH.k.*SJ •* s-Ti-H runt MOMl BS.IH(.K*M swat s-rfBt rxooa SJODIX B*rioGasj 'wt aaaaaastK rarer "-ere* Chanrrt.' LTT t DCB)0*.TKtTE OM f THI fu.l -IIAVI* rs rm HT"VIKI:D. or *\Tiit y CO.. LIB. By C.unn & Maore. (.radid.r. Deni. Cemplon amuns others. M.C.C. sire and Brass Ferruled and Shod .... B fll.M Insist On ,ANCHOR PRODUCTS | J. N. GODDARD & SONS X-VWVW.V.W.V. IV/1-.V.-. s t



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r.ir.r ?rr n\RIT\IW! ATlVOfATT. S^TCWIAY. HAT 31. l'J, CLASSIFIED ADS. Pl D L *•"" %  <" %  • %  • %  %  "' %  %  GOVERNMENT NOTICES tEirPHONC ?*og RED I \urvMibta. %  . INI. Idlr< >rw V-. I *•**—< !'•-. .• %  >• II .1 I THANKS .!-i IN HKMOUAM %  %  i Kdwln If) ttOO f.r live, .md w, i %  .ed taa pa>t aa* Mri.iiftraph r latopr < wrtiu t .MI.' R .* He I -, I Ud .M1SCKI.LANF.OIJS n_*T i I RoC-V f' r .had R !" lidrne WmCotoured Lad," C, %  IN • Ilaibadiin and *..i oM kindUi S3 <>n Street. FOR KALE AITOMOTIVL no *out !o NOTICE A.l n-*> riUHr.i of the United Mala* l^.weae. IM %  . M II M H .!<£ in IU:Ud"i *re n^rrtM to .*,., „i ihr *n*i i'fi Co-i*.i:*te from Jui/ 1 to la. IBBt. tor Solar tt*e ftarvKo Itoii.Ir.i.ori under Ira I'nKrraai Military Training Service Act toMM of Id. U-UI.* Miln to rwHU %  0.-I l !r.l,te*l.,i i ... atoi (urine Ji' Is, mi are .^^"1 *a. ih-, ettotoi Mar a W M Ito) of lha nd Prefect 1.4*0 %  acal.anl condition liwai MM hfernlnga 3* • HIMJMAN CAW. IHI modal in good .-ondMiiai. carrying liig tyre* Dial 014* M '7:.; to 1 •*—4n Ma*. MM -I Philip %  nallr Lift and -i )..., %  ajMM NffaWi to I to-*.. EXKCTBJCAL HI i. i r-iophon. Ml M • aV -. LIVESTOCK onrr r.a %  ' to Aptly > %  I u MECHANICAL TYirwc. i "id '. %  .1 ....dlllon Ap%> %  TI Street. Plaoru. I'OULTBY rori THY-Three il nd a o.mB "tro Hock Appl) I !• 1. Hanoi** *.-h*rr Mr* II ...-n.1 MISCELLANEOUS CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM .. to YOUTH a i i i i L a^d Y'it % % % %  : 1 %  l Mu-ta:ianv %  %  r.t t> in to 11 a .IS ROm, Braad : .. %  aawn 'dk i Al-M AAMINX UhlaW Oi.ranlaa. Pirala* <.f Ftfm. Jamawa Mairri %  nna. Ul> Woman, Undarijrnund Train, pep itikd olhar immbnt Ckll .arty and avoid dKappmiitmoni Now Nf.r^.t lie**, Chrap-lda phona diTTO 31 ft M-l JAMl'.S STREET METnODIST CHUECH Apimal (li.nl) .air a] Hastings Ho* kSATUftDAY May lift tu IOfMMd %  **•. ti ii ii i > -on il p.ni— 6 p.m. Prnrrfd* In aid Xma* I'uor InUn i BttUlS, HouBPhold Work, Tea*. i Games. Bj Dipa. Joy Itidtrs for children. Child'i Fancy Dnu (jini| 'tl:i rr-aavi Ho Phono M3 31 59-1. IR1EU mum-lai-iII ram* par a Cunanta 41 ctnu per tb ~ li-rbarl. M Tudor Olraei CK applk-allon will ba %  I Oia Vaalr. Ctork ~ lha hour* of 10 • n IX ftap %  a s %  51 NOTICE VfkTBt Brt-RI-ICTIUV I MrHt-BV t,vr .,(* thai I h. poimad BM ParocfrUI I) ttklit.fi > .unkorland suaai Bridxatown a* fha ptoro ra Parhklonar* M lha III Mi M Ri ill Qualified Iw lha **id Par^ii nu> ownfelr UOBMIB>. i!. i %  fi. i> I ( %  •an lha hour. M M ird II i.-fWIi momma Hi *tori V* I IhPariah of St Michael In fto> pli Otrtotophat An(U •f May IW3. 1 formally and abaolulr | nounced rallnojutohad 'id abandon tha i thru -ail -I d and i forth .ii.nl %  i eoeaalono *hi .jrlbo lha urnaana of Cmol lha aald aurna-w of "Wiii-hiiAivd I ilvp furtha* noltoo Ittai by da-d poll dafad lha Olh Oat af May lM. duly rvnulad and alirtm a Pati.ti.tmn i*' •' thn laU"d r toih dav of M. baoliitaly irn. unr-d and acardo.H-1 laid aurnama of • WiiuhUa ail dat'arad that I hava auumrd and adopl** and Utaiutod thancadinh irpan il Kcaatoiui whaUoavar to uaa—and rub n.ba Ih* nn* of "GTIifanl inaiaad o WUUhlrS and MI a< to ba ol all lima • • lha narna of "(Jillan* vncluilwalv Dalad tha tolh da y o! May IB I nTifi-14/t oi rrw*. U'a Olhallo Wirtahlra 10 S to—n REAL ESTATE vnuxiNi: Uatr Buu-R hart. Harhari. alandlng on 1 i -' lor.Uinlri 1 badraonu draa.1 t, dimm foom. broakfaai roa aira m o—, larasr and apark ni. C and %  • I* -aj> oaaaalk n •" Mr. Otody* B. IN, IK \, III .gitMh ItlKTllla \i Kl.OrHTIONS. IBS? • \ I \ n | WIL-nUllU PlANTATlcyN ond *M'Tt HAVEN" *ltuato in U Philip iUi about JB9 arrrt of land mada up a* folkna* 101 anas arable. 1 arraa laiUHiirr. B acraa H apu> tttaaa. II acrae In raatda and QiB J oai rar .U-. I fan milt., I motor truck" I bull, I roal, I horw. 1 donkey. -lII •mkcy-art. Todrlher ..m. 0TBB | ato akarr. in Thraa Haim factory Ll f d l ad toapacllon hy appointment Phono Mr A T BkeelHe.-,* Tto pompetmon tor aato to the Fuffheat bMdrr bonoDd lha appralard v.l .a al l 0 m on fttday lha alti da> f Juna lU •I our Otod. For furthar partKulara and r—idiUnn. of *ato apply to the uoder4 ARRINOTON A BEALV. L-icaa Sireat il | %  • IB i AMI is.*** a>i fi Moui lo Lady Muiaoaa Houoa. Tetophona Mr* Oibbn* i Boot, i.ral W 1 I THM ATTBAITIVI HOME Ah eatramal* wall bulll moderr. Ihto H lortT aal %  %  *room and dallary. full) cupboard Canadian Mytod Uteb FI rad-r laiaJ doubtboort Altrarllvelv i*u out !• -"" ''" %  traa-. ond ample !" %  lei vaorubl-r til The 0 I -reulive Committee in exercise of the poweis conferred ..n him untter section 37 <2i o| the Polic Act. 1906. hrrtb^ -npkrthe lolaow in* ccutalions: — 1 Thfrdhp Reculations may he ritf>d as the Trifflc (Quetn'i Birthday Parade) RefuiaUona. 1952. 3. Th Oarrtoon Road lth.it U, the road around the Garrison II vehicular traffrc betwaacn the a tha Sth day id June. 1952 2 LWtween the hours of 7 00 a m and 10.00 a.in on tha 5th day of June. 1952 — (1) the drivi-i oi ruler of any vehicle when entering the Garrison Road from the north or Schmidt Gala. Dayralli Road or Hastings Road shall kaep the Savannah on hit riflfat; (2) the driver or rider of any vehicle proceeding to the Savannah b> way of Bay Street, shall proceed up Bush Hill and keep the Savannah on his rifht; (3 the driver of a vehicle conveying persons lo the Paradmay park the vehicle on the Savannah under the direction erf tha Police. (41 the driver or ndrr of any vehicle whan leaving the Savannah shall keep .t on his right Marie by the Governor-in-Executive Committee this MUh dav if \. .. ..i.. thousand tiitw hundred and fifty-two Br Command. .1 C KING, ("lark Cxox utive CnmlUee 31.5.52-L'n SHIPPING NOTICES ikl.Al .lllMI.lt SfO** Mli'D IDOB UaBTrBB ( %  •A H B ll'I' r.LO WTM M lit Italian to .. _m Port Pirte May llrt. Oovonport i Ml. MatoOo—* iiaM MSB, BoBBI J MM la addilaan to foararal rarao Utt* %  toaot ha. a—pit apace tor chiliad and hard froron ears* CaTSMt aotaj — OB Utrooffh Bill, at l^duiR for irtnahlpmonl at Trlnkaad Id nnuah Oulana. Looward and Windward l.lamtf for furtaor aaa ta ootora apply11 RMBM WITBT tO LTB.. TSOtaVA*. B* (OITA a ITA a • u i. n BABB^kBdSs %  1 M. V. DAERWOOD will be axrlvlBU It Barbado. on TI7B8DAT. JlsBw 3rtl and wtll Be sailing on THl-RSDAT. Jane 5th. far St. I.u.. St. Vincent. GrfMaadkB. Araba. *ct*wUmm rnse^kgera sad I>e4frt*t. HARRISON LINE OCTWAID nOH VIBBBI m. "SELECTOR" TRIBESMAN" cNrrxD tanaoom EXPLORER' I-iverpool ar AKMBBBJ London L M/brouth I*r.don LrBM-agBj 17th May lit Juno 9U> Mav 5th Jun.73rd May Mh Jui.ust May l*th .lui.iRJJTKEAT Al' Michael atondlnf oi land. 1 bedroom*, dn „„ ,oom dtfuna rtM W C aad bath HCB Apply to Mr Murp't: Bg h L dn ,reakfa Ellac Court HaalUifl* Fh-iu a,. S B-t I n NOTICE hava bean approached by aovrral Jtatopaver. "' 9*7 Michael wllh tha raaiir.t Hi.it I ofler myaeM an a CandidaK S lha vacant aaal on lha II Michael try regr.-lfully cauaad b,, the doiti four raopccled Iriand lha late Mr A Brathwailr und n-ve conaanlcl ""•"" —"7 %  S.TW.T-' il J) FXfUtPk.£NT ol m cfwrn T Atldar, IIS Kocbut I MBS 10 i il t f TgP SIIIAR 1NOI STUY AURIC I I Hi" HANS At'T. ISM To lit rreallar* It ..Hi.| .pealally -. M-""i LITTLE sPA Flaatallaa. • HOMbh TAKE NOTICE lhal I. Ihe Owner I above Plantalion am about lo oblal loan of £1J under lha prow.iowi Ad totton. in le-pect .A\|i 1 HI •having Otto, and -!• Idaal lor t''tand for U•r K R. Munle a Co LUl ~ eat! S"aat n t si in v. ma Ullll 4>aner I" -I 1 >r.\. ..I I %  land* Male. i Brain totik. .uRtnni from lleadbrouaht on H ovar work and meral lundoon rondlllon i l.^hoieUii. < • HAMIJ* HOUX r-IIAMCIi UbUlnabla i all aood DRUOCiaSTS to J fll Jn TMI Hit.AS INDIBTIT AOBIC1 1 Tt %  ! BANK ACT. 1011 ra the creditor* keldlai aperlalty Hem .Salaa* %  ATM AMI and WMUfftn PU.U.IIaa. -I Fetof TAKr NT1CE lhal we lha Ti ut-t raaideiKa al Ihirhaan*. It Lucy Dated iht. toll, da, of Mav. !% To RYrlNEY II NURSE. Eaq Po„ca "-*-^.^-^aiAg9 j l l M a Ttu* applHa' an wi^I %  n IdOred at a LteaiiMiu, Court to ba h. I in W.-dna*da< lllh day of ftBM I"'' .'cue C"..'t, Dt-trlci -E". at II o el k HOOastVEl.TH.i. i Coaat Fully nrruahad inel.idlnd PjldBajaj. ulepho. -. ..llRumun PhttM W to B M St. TWT.I.AWKY Ha.Hnca. unlurnkufcrd third honor from St MaUltoa Oap •ajartlon 10 lo H. 4 to TWO SMALL CO b ra il o om a Blrrlricit • &f nhalhlnaJinnwdl'il lloll wood, tt l-wi GOVERNMENT NOTICES BARBADOS RE4.IMF.NT MANOEl'VKES Tho liarbados Regiment wll! hniding their annual ramp .md %  arrvlng oi.t mnn4>euvres Walker's Savannah, St. Anur Detween the 13th and 72nd 'une. and no person may enter this area during thin period withi tM pormlsftton of ttM Commanding Officer. 2. Firing with live aminumtioi will lake place from time u 'ime during manoeuvres. 31.5.52—n WHOLESALfc: PRICE I (not more than) $2 50 per bag of 110 lbs. ex ship 13 75 per big of 110 lbs. ex store RETAIL PRICE (not more than) 5c. par lb. Xote: The increase of half rent cost In British Guiana 30th May. 1952 pound is due to the rise in fit -t SI .8 52— li ^Mxya.s^-^eo. NEW YORK 8IBVICC. NEW ORLEANS SERVICE. NEW ARRIVALS I'asf Partout Hangers, Cake Tin Linings—Air Mail Pads. Envelopes. Leather Photo Frnmes (doubles) Chamois & Polishing Cloths l Rtalnleas Ptr>nrtnly-as etc. NEWSAM & CO. i y///rV,V.V,V.V,MW/ l A'-; EBONY llrUTT & | j; hvMH.vMUN AdttM, HIIIKUORKS DEPARTMENT PajMrnt of Water Rates Consumers who hava not yci' paid wattfr rates In nsapect o( ;he quarter ending 30th June. %  952, aro henby notified that unless these rates are paid on or be-; fore the 7th of June. 1952, the Department, us authorised by i i.ee|loii 48 of the Waterworks. X — ""• Act 1895-1. may stop the *..<• %  ^v^^VeWdVrV^eV-VinVe^ from flowing Into the pretnisM| %  -. — .— -. %  —. % %  .. ..—.%  in respect of whi'h such rite-i are payable, ritner by cutting on" ihe pipe to such premiaeB or lij uith means as they roe; ih.k fit, and take proceedings !<• recover any amount due. 31 5.52 J %  Marhill Street %  UbSTAtJKANT Two storey business premises, ideally situuied in heart of city. Well esllblisued reputation. Les.sexis selling inierMt, tins is otlered aa a going concern wun un Icccream-SnacRetle downstairs along wilh up-to-date fix. turn. The entire transaction can be acquired by way of a four year lease on the building, subject to renewal -t end of term. This offer ii seldom given to-day where the demand fur inch locations are at n premium. All information gladly given to interested parties at my office. CLEMENT S. JARVIS, C.P.M.. F.aV. Auctioneer, Real Estate Agent. Appraiser Dial 5001. Just Arrived shol TaffrU Kiiili.-d Sh.rk.kli, K.,r r |rr..| Spnjl I'ril:!. .1 rOpHn Printed l.inrn SWIM BM> Men'. Sharkskin ...I ....lin.Tro.lc.1 Sport Twee* I.I different kind* Bed sheet. Blanket. . Moaqnlto Vela Straw Mate Rip AT 11.11 feUB n. .79 M II.M II.M M41 ... BMl Shirttl.U IP 13... ...*M* M.n J1.M .315 THAWS Pr. Wm. Henry SU Swan SI. CANADIAN stance AlllllVHIi '"POPULAR A.WOt Kil'EMKXI !Si FEW VAC A.N CIH "'I oBaSJ .,lullowln. claaato briiii lha Barba*I P BdA-l ... -horthaiid. tfptris, "ai.Ji•ft. liaaBTiia. taals -tv rtmkind Unrina and dreaarnakiruf. arti W iu toata and 0SI BtotCBaiee*. aublir epeakim rto tmi;' ; June 7 atoanltto and nltf %  olmmt 'oim. %  .arable ^t to.iag._aj, The Loyal Brothers of the Star Freadlr PraaaaOa 1952 BARBADOS CARNIVAL. At QUEENf. PARK ON THURSDAY. Ith and BATtntDAY. *lh JUNE A CilSTl'Ml HANDS %  STEEL BANDH C. Al.VERTtStNO BAWDS n HISTOHlrAL BANTM In order to raia* lha rttndard of Carnival In Ihl* liland lha Stearins' Committee would appreciate tha co operation of firm*, club* and Individual, being a* original i, aa poaalhle Adaaiaaaen: Adalu 11 CBUdrea 1/Booklns* tor Boolha and Bland* Mr C. Morris. Bobors | -loaarl on -< In-. 'WV MORI PARncULAM LATSR Ragl.iraiinn of roatumas. Band* %  nd Injlvidual* Contact Mr C. A. %  lurat. c'o Poor Law Board •Racial MM af no.M awarded fsr b"l appriipnal. Bb.ra' '"'Pip**tai r...-... b th> n-*d. fw.ibei. sad Partr. I ahipmrnt will br al your Gas tho*rSBN YOUR HOLIDAY All meab anu service supplied in your own co.ta.vfon a quiet secluded beacn with perfect bathing.; 58.60 i er day for single persons or 15.00 double. Apply -Beachlands', St James op Phone 0187. 81.8.81. -on t SOME SAY Tberr are no In Barken !" OTHERS SAY I'lumbinc Is Kmbalmlns 1VK SAY . 1 Lel'i Bur. Taur Dead!! SELF-HELP ENTERPRISES LTD. I'BderUkers and Funeral II (rectors Tweedsidr Road. St. Mlehsel r MI ivi : Day 3958 — Night t939 • 91.90 Shares ATallsble Last Tear's Dividend 5% aOCTRSOL'NB TOMtA" -TiarTA. .. AUOA PCMFrawt A STEAStOER' SORTBROI'tn June 13th tune rrii Ju| lltl. Arrlraa Baraad.. Juno >th Juna loth June 1Mb July till Juiv Sttn AFH,:. T THOM LTD.— NsTW EOBal a. OULP SERVICE DA OMTA fft CO.. LTD. CANADIAN SERVICE Hivr Yoa Pall Ran B e o( TOOLS ? IT MOT, WatY NOT ? They ire Obtainable it . IBV CEXTHAL EMtHUUlTM Corner Brad and Tudor .Beela ROAD SAFETY The talk lo Bus Drivers. Conductors and Taxi Drivers by the Commissioner ol PoUc* will now be given at the OLYMPIC THEATRE in High Street at 11 a.m. en ibe SIM May. 1SZ. ALL MOTORISTS AIDE INVITED TO ATTEND I litPORT of [.ONDUN AUTHORITY A Stlf-gorerntng Public Iruxjot Public Strri€* london—thtPremier Port of the Empire — equipped for all types of ihips and cargoes. fall TOrf-Ti ir "1M. Mill £1 VPT< POBT OF I0I90I IUTR0BITY I0ID9I. LC.L TO-DAYS NEWS FLASH li I mil It KriRRULK-S IOR WALKING STICKS Also Sample lots of WALKING STICKS : SOLID BRASS LOCKS All now opened b*: JOHNSONS STATIONEEY A HARDWARE ORIENTAL PALACE KEAr0"*RTERS l*OR KlirVrVllintiw ivni* CHINA i CETLON THANI'S TRY OVEN FRESH SERVICE Get some of these for your holiday picnic Officious MARIE & SHORTCAKE BISCUITS obtainable in fib. Pkgs only 32t pot Pkge or por lb. only 54c SHIRLEY BISCUITS only 46c por lb. YVIBIX SODA CRACKERS only 38t. per lb. On tale everywhere The West India Biscuit Co., Ltd. 1 t



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PAr.r. TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE ,III:II\. MAT *. MM Qahib QaUmq A RRIVING from Grenada yesterday morning by B.W.I A. was Mr. Girdon C %  •• ROME. May SO. O" 1 '* *-'*••. nt Young King Baudo.n of Be.gium IZ w^SiiRAT ,'ST.'^ and Italian Princes-* MargherlU jUrr.ua>. i 13 - Mu.\ SSV Damn De S-voia.ost. are headed for a|; HX^.Z?"^ i£ £. meeting in luly which may lead £££ aet^J. aarfMass! to a royal wedding. Members of i Ffur. a p m TW r.w. t is p i their families were already here ;','„£!,.*!?'. T*" B '"" n *a ant SI a. for a preliminary get aqualnted gathering. An engagement M-I ""•*W. lh "•"J-J *JJ nounorment I. expected. The £T, J 1 ^ £5, K*£Zu£? Belgian King Zl probably will meet'Th* N N*> TUBB. IO IS pm M U ihe 22-year-old daughter of the "••*"" %  !•" v.t* rants, late Italian Viceroy to Ethiopia I at Villa Sparta residence of former Queen Helen of Romania near Florence. The king in semi-sacret s ipped out of Brussels yesterday by train. —C.r\ CROSSWORD HOW K THAT" Is what one of th twin -onof England's Norman Yardley, *acm* to bs vailing as he Has In hifatlier'a arms. The anawsr. If one Is to Judge from the expression of bis twin brother, neenu to be "NOTHINO DOING"! Both boy* war* born In York.blrand their father hopes that one day they will follow him Into the county teas*. Arriving Tomorrow Presentation M AMJ MRS. PADDY A PRESENTATION of a stive KG AN and their daughter /V s..lv<.r and silver cocktail tolook"ar'the'roller's orftiTe'reef u %  •' Sl Matthias Gap are jhaker was made to Mi —that should sober hlra uu quick Ul -' "' '-"' vp > %  Barbados on f 0 **". iMpector ;f Waterw i k lUl d by the Elders and Fyffes b *"• %  Un <* the Waterworks, l.ulfilo from England where %  '•'""/tmenl aD rriO-iy afternoon Ihey had been on holiday. '".' his termination ol 27 years Kgan who is employed ugh Tne dance, you may hav heard, Ii being run to try I (.mass some money to —T • a-n TI 11 r '• 1 '", 1 r "I p < T 1 .-) 1. (be iii m pf William t Mi j ii expense* el ;hc Trinidad Tornado Tiam which is due here semel/d., is a brother of time in June. Lftnvd Egi Jf Uie dance is as much fun u ether passengers arriving by Tornadoing — to coin a new In" l.allila are Mr*. M. Caiword, I think — it will be a pi Miss M. A. Callaghan. success. Ni..\.i IJ | Flynn. Mrs. L, M II.uAfter Tnre* Woli "'• lV ''. Miss s M n ..: %  A r-rVu weck aliai K. J. HatuaU, Raw and Mm FTER: spending three sraaks' I M MiiiH-r and Iwo cfaildran w^, ^ ol d i^ ln Bfrhados. Miss Mrs. E. U Incc, Mr. S Mallor, roiande Clausel of St. Lucia Mrs. K. D. RadcUflt. f^V"?. J^" 1 y pslcriiov mornMrs. P. C Kr.es. Mr and Mrs. IV!LIL isRS?* J*T dul,N %  "• H Vaughan and two chilI u During her slay, dren and Mr. and Mrs. D. II afta was a guest at "Allworth". Will" Cneapside. On II. lid..-. MM. EARI. OILMAN of Cali %  fornla. arrived ban shortly. Join her j u of service with Hum. Mr. Foster attained Commission rank In the Koyal Air Forto In the First World War and during the last quarter century h< hns seen many changes m netnodf "f work and in personnel. been la charge of the troublesome East coast Water mam. Mr. Foster I* going five months' leave and the staf! of the Waterworks yesterday hoi>cd that with his mental physical vigour, he would i congenial work They wished him long life, health, happuaat and all that he might look forB r ii ward to in his recrement. Superintendent of Police After ho was preaented with M R. W. R. WEBEK. Senior the diver salver and cocktail Superintendent of Police In shaker. Mr. Foster said Ih it he Itnush Oulana arrived here yes* had spent many happy years with •,— %  •".!yr tii |gs morning bv BW I.A. from them, und il he were Io come BWI'A "" %  ',""•' v *£**•* > %  > T,,M,:i, a l„r I law ,">. I.',..,! acruM ..y „,o k-ak h. would Sl*2*JiSm , ,r*f,' l ""-' 1 %  "•* > '' S CMomM. M not fail Io roporl Ihrm. n ii IMJIni it thi Ocean Vli n .. I'mli.a u,..^.. „,. .._ lSor of ^rTSoS 0 fi'r !" n ' lve iWtaTht Shirley'. Beauty Shopp. fornla. to SSati? tatoT-w S^'"* W,lh Mr M Wh,U ot ^ M RS DOROTHY TALMAreaee. IV1 Monteii. has recently returnc* J u r. ed from thc U.S.A., -after OtUdents Home Un atter.d.n*r H nine months' course Holiday at the Apex School of Beauty, ISS (iWEN IIRAYTON rn'W iciik. Tl. ^%  * c k*a> milt w She lolls Carib that she intend. IT Covcninu nt I'rlnlory Ip parent. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Dnj%  * at teli |inoi... No. 8345. Bt. (mrifi, Orauda, uMwl <" ol Navy Garrtcns. thusOff 10 Sl. Lucia y morning by B W.I.A. Church Sho arrived on Thursday TLifR. LEON ALI.EYNE Supcrtro.t o( his > %  %  TC -A. 1V1 mundanl of Works. Fort thc Another "'uajn'. relurmnK Royal Garage, led yesterday 11 i. %  frrm Canadaby Tt'A on ThursmorT l „ g „ y BW I.A for \Jn Business da y *o spend a holiday with her | ur a ,,„ B v ijn ln n p interest M R. JOHN MASS1AH Ovei. ", ll v .''" w "" Ml Bamela R-ed „, ni ,| rm sj, expcil. to be ss^T of A,.,I,„... v-_. wh ' is doing nursing .mi„ro,M t £diK gsis >r* i**** SH Majalah „r s„,i,,„h..„d, si Jan,.. frK 17..fi!! T JK'fil Sl' Gradualed In Engineering W> to. Sl Km, vl. Anil,,,,; V V y Iteed ,,? .|7irr.e,'. AA % %  r.MiMEK an old vhit Me ISSf f" •'' ,'"'" K,„, ,'lfe M Lodge Bo, who gradualed June B PK '" rCTum " Convrafulalinna ,n ninecring at MeClll Urjl"' '• ^r,.ehf,,',M V 8I,V '" Wedneaday, arrlviid PrPDriettlr R-lt.rr. U„ /"'ONGRATULATIONS to Mlsi here the following day by 1 C, M i-ropnetor Keturn. Home KJ p,..ri Bmwn daugHUr of md U iminii. noUdaj w,i n. rt ULNIV relumed lo Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Brown „f his parents Mi. and Mrs. C. I. .. %  ,,.".'*.'" >' e ""'ay morning ?P on, l ' "'" ''" celebrated Farmer of Glibons I lantallon, oy Ml* |,e r weeks ousi"' r >'h birthday yesterday. chn.l Church, baton leaving for EWSa "u-jroj,,." "" """ C er's Ltd.. DruKKlsls of Sl. John" Spent A Month BARBADOS AQUATIC CLUB VlarUng Memkera Only) CLUB MUllliW Back From Grenada \,flSS ENA MUKRO of Terese iZr SSfi %  Sil1 "" uad %  •! %  f 01 Grenada ycatarday inonuBl iVx visit In the health and is staying at t-oamopolitan Guest lies f/our /##../ !#• Maansfaeweal %  GLOBE I0.MII la* IflUMk Local Talent on Parade (B'dos Most I'opuUr Amateur Show) PLUS. "NO WAV OUT" Richard WIDMARK and DIAMOND IIOIISI SIIOI Betty GRABLE — Dick IIAYMES STARS ON TO-KITES rROGRAM GERALD DAISLEY 'Here comes Heaven" DOUG GRIFFITH 'You Can Do No Wrong" WINSTON RUDDER It only happens with You" J.L. UAJtNET Till We Meet Again" NEVILLE SYMMO.VDS "Crazy For Love" DARNLEY WADE "Too Young To Know" BASIL CALLENDAR "Bewitched and Bothered" GORDON G1LKES "May The Lord Bless You" IT'S A SHOW WITH .MORI! BOUNCE TO THE OUNCE TRY OVEN FRESH SERVICE Get some of these for your holiday picnic Delicious MARIE & SHORTCAKE BISCUITS obtainable in £lb. Pkgs only 32t. per Pkge or per lb. only 54t. R ETURNINt; orning Spoonert oun,lcr ,8lh of Han_, S.D.A. Minister Mr. Fanner expect* lo tak. hns. pASTOR M. A. JosEi'ii f iho u appointineiit wnh Trinidad Seventh Day A d v e n 11 s t Leaseholds Ltd. to st i %  ,,,, S tlurch ,n St Lucia ^turned His , ** uc home yesterday by B.W.I A. afU-r Mr. a **• yesterday %  f.t.i. Z TZ "^" c -'vsit-raay dy K.W.I.A. after Mr. B.WI.A wer? M r A.".iVl* M by i aU uhn K lh i-'"f*rcsv ,,f the ''"! also ttend the Aseol races. He will sight^ee In London ami Edinburgh, vhi: baauta spoti In ihe Lake District, and Ihe frul'f^wing county Oj Kent fre.,uenllv desenbed as the 'garden of England." Ainongut visits of aapaalal fStOr. eat to the Sullan will be those 1<> iiKlustn.il centres. He is to visit the dockyards at .rorlsirioulh, shipbuilding yards at Glassow and coalmine* m |ha Glasgow area. And he mav visit ihe new oil leflnery under const uctlon at (.rangornuuth naai Falkirk. Ho will study government practice by attending the House of Commons and local council meetings; and education by vWUnfl C imbridgc University. Before returning homo, MrHonour hopes lo cross lo tl.capital has the same name as th st..le itself—Bruei. The alternative In 1951, the total slate revenue name, Daru'l Salam, means teiched the record figure of over 'Abode of Paace." J88.000.000. of whirl, more than Although Bum Is the smallest $2S.00O.00O was received from Mate OH the island of Borneo, It mining rents and royalties. There has created an Industry WM0-) was a surplus or over $60,000,000 has become the greatest of its on the year's working. kind, in tha Commonwealth. -I. I s Rupert and the Toy Scout—1 fh. d„ riivt betomc ihorin i'.l ... ,!%  > % % % %  Rupfi vaau M run around rhfi*'iix>ihitii Jit • gjntv ot (o*bll to. mnswsa yuu up, M y. M,. B.jr. v jk. wur 1, t b. 1 *nd go oui ind b(l .out p.l Kxprri .*H, ru ww.H hiddiriH tH lif. ptfta %  %  %  *-Mz ^"^ ^*H ^t_" hr Hci i. Podg, P,g. "Ml. Podgy. Ti CJIIV



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SATIKDU. VI W i 19:2 BAKBADOS AlAOCATK PACE SKVF.V HENRV AMERICAN 'PAINTING In Our Centuary By Frederick S. Wight Dunni* the past fifty yearn the United States has fostwcd a brilliant, varied and altogether rkabh group of painters. In this book, the author, a cretic, novelist anil member of the staff of Boston'* In1 ..1 ContomporUy Art. tells the story of the cotiiin^-of-ufje of American art, and then. in fifty condensed and penetrating sketches. assays the life and work of tiltv ol the period's most significant painters Each biographical, and critical sketch in accompanied by a reproduction of a major painting by the artist, thirty-eii;ht in blackand-white, twelve in full color. The result is b b and representa' 1 infi.i motive and pleasurable an introduction to American paint|D| in our time as has been published in any %  ingle volume for the general reodei Tins book is not only I ; attar] of the choicest works of American painting but also a vivid fr.. section of contemporary life as seen by the trtlfti It is all here: the people and places of America, from Maine seascape to Western mountains, from Iowa farmer to New York Subway-rider. It is thus no less a pictorial record of America life than an index to artistic accomplishment. ADVOCATE STATIONERY IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only M-l I IAL Ol rillS nrr now available at our Hraiirhrw Twredwid*. .S|i<-ii>lilslonii an d Swan Stree t For your Ifeallh Hake Select these Palatul SI 92 Iradol Ml Kskuy. 1.80 I'llutft-rilH' (IBIW) .92 IM,.,-I.-| -3* Cud l.ivi-r (lil & Mull Kxtrarl Kit ScoM'l Kmulsiull 2.57 Sum BaW Cud l.in-r Oil (hlf.) IH Srvcn S Cud Liver Oil (imall) 5S Kcrrnl Compuund (lurui-l I.SO l-Vrrul Cumpmind (Mntill) 96 boalaoa *• D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street I. II o I I II I I s Thf #/•• II /.•/•• Your Ihtllar *'••. 1'urikvr a i



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ESTABLISHED 1895 SATURDAY. MAY PRICE: FTVT OM U.S. Prepar es For New Airlift RECEIVES II in II n • n Russian Blockade Of Berlin Likely \ By CHARLES CORDI'ltOY WASHINGTON, May 30. The United Sutcs Airforce has completed fresh up to j the minute plans for a new Berlin airlift in the event, Russia aoin blockades the city against surface transports. lion An Airforce spokesman said "we won't be caught | unpiepsrixi" if threatciuil new barriers are thrown up Ma lm! mrlaod traffic t<> Berlin's Weatern Zone, and, %  n Power, decide to supply Berlin with aid again as I they did four years ago. United States civilian airlines would be called on to' Irtbute a substantial capacity from their commercial operation! Without such aid it was doubtful that the new lilt could be run on the scale of that in 1948-49 when i the level of 8.000 tons daily in shipments was achieved. Truman Commends Acheson WASHINGTON. May 3.1. Secretary of Slate Dean Acheson returned from Europe today to receive) President Truman's "con* giatulations for a 'wonderful and successful )ob*" |n negotiating the wear heading any new sky train that might be aet up would be the Military Air Transport Service which on Sunday celebrates its 4th anniversary in the unified Alrforee-Navy transport system MATS was only 24 days old when Berlin was blockaded on June 25, 1948 It was Instantly called on to supply men.: planes, technical knowledge and supporting service' such a* communications, weather forecasting and navigation aid (o the airlift -; nation Threats of a new chimp down on land travel" into Berlin come at a time when MATS, has a trans-Pacific airlift to Japan and Korea and special services to Arctic bases in Greenland added to its routine worldwide air SSI vices Despite its growth in capacity in four years, it thus would need outaide aid to cope with any new crisis In the 23 months of Korean War there have been 282.000 passeruferg and 61.000 tons of cargo carried to the Par Bast and 43,000 casualties evacuated from that theatre. Farnum For Finland Fund OOVBRMMENT will boost the Farnum for Finland Fond by SI. Ui> if an enabling reaaIntloti of which notles waa given at the last meeUng ef the HoiikF. paaaetlir U|M later* The total amount needed to tend Farnum to HaUtaki la 92.B90 ai.d Oovernmont proso*f u glv* %  grant on %  dellar fot dollar bais BJ to • 1.IIQ. Donation* for the Fund .ire sreaetad at Barclay's Bank, ihe Bora* Bank of Cauada and tlir office of the Advocate. %  -....! %  -.II Asat Prev Ack. Sl.Stn 66 Wekhe. MUX School I HI. (lile. Boy. School IOO Si Leonard'* atoym' School •< 0 It JfatthKiBny School 4 :t8 Tot.' I 81.274 4S 'Phone Service The RusaUn sector offered to restore telephone service to West Berlin but only on certain lines that would be controlled by quite different Communist* and thus opert tol The back loi Deliveries Of U.K. Cotton Goods Prompt As owing Io balance of payment difficulties the Government is havings to make cuts in imports from outside the sterling area, attention is drawn to iuuirovemenla [hut have occurred this year in the ability of the United Kingdom cotton and rayon industiles to make prompt deliveries again -t overseas orders Since the war and unlil quite recently these industries had 'o meet a heavy presau e demand from both domestic nn t overseas rrarkef" Deliveries suffered >n consequence; indeed manufacturers were unable trosn iinae to time lo accept Colonial orders especially of special types cluth and price tended to become uncompetitivi But the supply position is now rensorship West Oermrm postal aUthC ties retected the offer and s they had demanded "full and froe" intra-clty commumi atlons as they had existed before the cut oft last Tuesday The east proposed to open 70 line*, all of them running through central Mcurtty police switch hoard* into Ihe Soviet sector. More than 1.000 lines bctwec of order s has been (worked off and n general recession l*'in the textile market has brought id the price down sharply te.g. the price of American tyi*J yarn from which many cloths are woven for Colonial markets has fallen in leceni months by about 30% and yarn spun from rayon staples by about 20%). Many types of yarn and cloth, can be now offered from stock and newer turned over his post as '£ %  •> ** *,i.i--ti Supreme Commander of Aii,ed tc }^ m S SCtt? £55 officials said. the East and West Sectors have '"any mills being out of work been cut. German trunk call*'could put new ordSi OHO producbetween the East iind West gone|tlon right away. It is not suggested lh.it Europe Cent ill Matthew Ii. Hidgway Eisenhower returns to the te tomorrow. Asked If 11 rnaacnt On whether the .inutitcdi -f Senitor Robert A. Taft* would have a discouragUig tffect on Europe, Elsenhower replied with a chuckle: "| most cer'amly would not—I am sliU in uniform." Eif nhower declared talking to Die :'res* a few minutes before lumleg his command over to Ridfcway that "Europe must i more closely or there is r "-ttleinent for our difficulties." lie said that "in spit< of cynics .no sophisticates. Europe is making great steps forward." All long distance lines that cross Elbe River frontier now are routed through Leipzig and un-lKingdom. Medlv exposed to censorship ••t of German workers under the direction of the peoples police —U.P. era should import a lot of stuff the consumers do not want at prices thev do not like in ord< r to protect manufacturers in the United The markets are const On Page 3 He warned., however, of a number of dangers still facing vA.T.O's build-up of defences In riuropc. Among fliese he lifted: i Misunderstandings among nations. 2. Possiple accidents and un.undents along the vast i.erimeter of the lion Curtain. "Danger of think*n Cotre-rwdenl' -iEOHGETOWN. B.G. Ms) 30 British Gulana'i contributioi towards relieving the jute world Ithi shortage is begianing here Immediately with a $1,000,000 scheme to take care of the cultivation ol 1,000 acres, in live year:* eventually cultivating a minimum of 14,000 acre?!, the eventual development rate depending on se*d availability. The project is being carried out by a non-prom making company named B.G Fibre Research Coy Ltd., registered in London ami financed by the U.K Ministry tf Materials and Jut, Trade GEORGETOWN. BO. Maj N The Government announced today embarking on a ten million dollars authorised capital company for lurthei conipieheiifivtdevelopment ol the nee industry and an extension of the export trade In collaboration and co-operatio" with the Rice Marketing Board The Company In the initial stage la being backed by five million dollars from C.D.C. in short-term advance* which would be made available at a sma.l fixed Interest at which C.D.C. iteelf secures funds from JH.MTreasury. I Refinancing t; U t_:. would Jundertaken on completion ol the I programme of works when It (expected that the profitability the undertaking shall have been [clearly demonstrated The relln(ancing might tfike the fot I OS UM issue of a long term debenture loan or by the IsMM of shares of company lo be lakra up by France Will Crush Any Further Insurreclion — Says Brune PARIS. May ;m Ihe French GovernniMit accusrcl the French Com %  Kintal Party (Sj ploUir;; t„ .| ze puv, I |ed V> crush promptly any further red a lnsurrectioi The Interior Minister Chaxies Brune vowed in a m. broadcast to put down isSj ui violeno strikes ,itid demonstrat ^ called bv Ccawmi U -.' the .irrrst of their i unber one It., h Ducloe languishrtl in Krrsnc prison waltlns; UlsJ chiirge of m ihrintcrn.il Se-ii!T!\ f France In leading a bloody ComnMinist demons'.!. ,, against tiem-ralMatthev. B Rid^wav Conimatider fur Kin op* If i.iru:, •entenced to inythln i.ti m prl "i. lo md.'i %  %  %  ueosttd of the Irasi S Co Tarty and a BIOsS InfluanUal Bd important Communist leedi the weatern work! in %  issued from his pi called goveinmem polie) stupefying Hum said Communists had. deliberately turm lh) i Rldgwny demon> on Wednesday night I insurrection." One liotSi evtsl killed more than 200 persominjured and Tlfl •ted. Brune said the Oovern nenl la Flrtnly resolved to maintain public ordei FreelJ rltoseu regionagainst any Hack. The Republic nn. institutions exploited by those who prepare theii detriietlon for tomorrow. Brunes broadcast made at A.M (I A.M BAT.) when oat Frenchmen cua:onuirlly lisirn to early newscast before Boitig to work was regarded as a i lear warning to 800.000 members of ihe French c "vernmi-nt is prepared lo nv %  Potti erlth n %  He spoke 36 hours aftci gravu rioting hud enusrxl Ihe one demonstrator ami Injurie many more and 1? I. l"i ti ii C 'mmuni-'t leadi I i qw Du Humanite' end M feii.m traveUmi "U nppeured on news stands in Porit igain ttils inoining. Ptolice radio cars and trucks were out In foreo pal oili OK Ihe illy bul no disorders were reported Iftjclos the 56-ypai-old pastrs Dsputj an i rose to be number two Communist of Fiatue v .c Itl I hsW liehmd It-. 'e walls of SYesnes pi on i %  h<* Sou* %  i. en"k(*ta of Fan: He was taken thee last nigh fte. being f'trinally charged wit plotting against thi tv. It is rxpeetrd th.i It might he some considerable time before h Is brought Ui trial. —L'.P. Kaje Death Toll Mounts To Eight KOJE ISL.VND, Korea, May 30 United states and South Korea guards killed the fourth North Korean prisoner today in a fresh outburst of rioting und gunilre that raised the two days toll in the turbulent prlnon camps lo eight dead and 17 wounded. In the third and latest lacidesd guapss 1red Into a work detail of %  i eoilipouild la after one prisoner charged tewiird Ihe guards Two pil*omr> %  !. ntly rere died latei of wound?, and three others were wounded Two American and twq Korean soldier* Isjvolved taken immediately to the hea Iquarters of HraS-Oencral Haytt in L. Boatner %")• %  C<"inand. nt for que) I'..In. amioutniM the arre; last night of ten iiersonr the %  i M U Sad of preparing %  i movement as i' i>f Dener a l Bulcetw Is Bwasta, len snv under lostnations ui the depBSe President CartOS rYiO Socinra r'orelgn Minister Aur. n in %  / Araiisex both o A ii-.iire In eadle In OM usdts* States A machine gun anil n niiinh of other pistols were I mi plo tte rs In raid o .. house where ssan ettpres i ii>K handlin.. of the machine |ui ai aihei sj nu" A om... %  he %  n iNi oi t %  house "l*o was detsl n Od. BStll Oovernrnsnt lacentk) hai DS< P i preq IT Khee Defies Parliament PUSAN, Korea, May 30 Presldenl Syngman Rhee defyng Ixith United Nations and his om National Assembly arrested another legislator while Die A*rmbly WHS demanding the lelease of ten alread> seized unsaa nxitial law. Rhee moved arbttraly in the political crisis wblrh •d the tTnlled Nations Commission for Unification and Rehabilitation ot Korea to accuse him of violating the constitution of the new Republic of Koi Rhee paid no attention l Ihe Assembly vote demanding that he martial law. The Uidted Nations commission's similar quest likewise *nu Ignored. The National Police arrested one i" jmendwr! memiT of Uu ture last night air making a total of M seised since %  martial law in esreel Sunday He said Ihey were gull y .( "C unmunist insplrC'l |1 %  gaj %  -i vernment.—I'.F. Bull of FireWas Meteor SK Mil 1. Wadungto May JO A Olui h white DSUl 01 I i %  in ka north 11 -...itt | i -arly lOdai and ln.wer of sparks IhnI turn d night into day fur bHl I four esc ends. The object wai belteeed to have been %  ReporsItketaed M bO I BSSI StdSel thai mmbled i Lh Besttl i M n n %  IftsM irhe w" In 'hf me" V p nt Taarhar of the B>lmont Ol. Ii 1 School, rscaiving her trtiflcata 8e*l, at a pre%  • naasSH at Erdiaton Trhen.Training OslTEACHERS GET CERTIFICATES PUTTINU AS1DI BVl RYTHJNG ELSE a K>1 ticdMcttls on Iha poisniiiility >1 the teacher Mr Justks J W. B. Chemry t>li a Was numb "I tesw i liston Teachers' TraininK Colssge yeslerday alter AA of their number had been present* l,I %  Piess Conference today Owing to the shortagi of nickie coin*, fifty, urn ml t %  Ilil.U %  eiU are being made of a nlckl. I ct-nuug to > ,M. I I I" ON MURDER CHARGI s. < nt* old v.am< the Wnoll if the colony bring m %  A _ it alwaj lace like Karbjd.M whUii %  %  I Mime moment -Rut that ts tis d should l %  Darbndrw can any thn' noastlni, I think Hitt even thmigh H were high, l.e said. "i><\ everybody was an expert there WSS oral still to i e learnt i %  in*'i' gtve inestimable benefit %  %  %  . .i it* Pol %  %  .'i the i Lirdei of h* fant child which was found PI fS4-f<..l well on May 23. Il<>tli .laekman tad the chll" ere taken lo the General bOSol tal on the same day hut the ski died shortly after admittanceU 0 t I „kn ,:. i di i h rsad Iroen • i" "11 "''hospital yesterday. s> Os rage s Primary Education Has Impj'oved-/^^ the BG Government itscll by CD.C. or to be offered f"i public subscription The immediate objective of the Company is to take over and operate the Mahaicony Abary Onverwag' AMBASSADOIt GOES HOME LONDON. U The Argenllne Amb.i Brnsin, Carlos Alberto Hogan rnroute home by air to ataSnd Ina ugu rail on ceremo n y Scheme, to take over rehablli-lArgentina's new Government tate. expand and operate She|June 4 Hogan who left yestorday Government mill at Anna Resrtna in the Zartequlbo Counl Mnd operate ihe new Mi'l < Corentyne COS* I! County. RIDGWAY MEETS WITH NATO MIUTAJcY LEAOEIrS British Overseas Alc< Plane is expected lo Buenos Aires latei tod wife an lamily remained in Kr %  in and an Embassy i H"gan would them immediately after tl %  I .. pis %  I t 111 l with government leadwhllr in Ruenoe Aires and \n to Ixndnn on Jurw Mr. C. UUNDON-rU i:i). Dtroctor -.( Educatioq member.s of the Press yesti relay that the stundanl i had kmpi lie und a half jnrari behind tin Kin'dom. %  tlofl in the I'nmury Sch ru oil tl % %  normal child in the Mr. Crltndon-Reed wai spsai oig at thi petes Co -. ference presided aver by the lh 'i.. Colonial s. erel i.and w Invited by the Press < %  i. i fII Is the l. I tloii aware of the ge | cniitent OVST the I I | %  r\ education" (21 w> eflt t nrorn the %  %  d Latin and Spanish to th i lum" No Ki-cords In connction with ouestlr.n Mi Ifi*1 Mid I enee of any records he eould i ol) %  period ir>i!'-i2 aid > -• AT THI PENTAGON IN WASHINGTON, Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway poses with the members of lbs Atlantic Treaty OrganJsatioD sfllltaij Committee Seated 'n^ natlon on April 28 PUl not *lvn the peaci mlsstorLwas an offtcinl S-.-a%  nher allied council for 3-<*,>.•' ;'ietloned under Allie-I . h I' mu ii a half % %  i| chilU • K %  %  um ii' would B liv %  system at ill. h*THJJ(h1 to) %  :ri. i IBTTI dad for 'h< ilr-immar Behool hoola like Harrison Collementi %  %  rvstem d hv "' Idten he taught to re id write and cipher. The OM llllSSil i [t F' ISO foui d (Occupation Government, hut went n f.,. r the 1914-1018 war tint it out of existence with ratification' was dlffleull to recruit N of treaty —V.P. a certain educational s'andird IB70 ayati ml gJStl 4 .' was pasaed and thn a il la %  a %  I : I %  been •n 1944 Aet Tb • i e was . %  %  %  f'.-r 11 The Nn System in Pai %  %  ^ lAf-HIOH—Mak.rt ol II.. WORLD'S CHAMPION CYCLE 1 %  %  'n. i' • .: time. You are on a WINNER when you ride a Raleigh! A Ralo-cS .i tfaS dsMn ef R* H IRpctnt* 1 i % %  %  %  i nth ai'l .|u' •pi • glplc that thi Hn| the "duca'ion srere tryit ion to nt tru* child. 1 the matter I the I* %  'ii'M rf the West Indies Man th 't f %  :'' %  I id benent; • On Page S RALE I THE ALL-STfeEC C %  "1 .. I %  I />^-( feu..,. Im 1 CAVE, snirilKRI* & CO., l.TI) 111. II, 12 11 BIIMICI BMMt J



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SATl'RDAV. MAY 31. IMS BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE FIVE Teachers Get Certificates • Fran race 1 (ideates, but would be felt :!.roughout the island m years lo com* when the fruita o! their training would be disseminated by the teachers throughout the island. "I have always thought that in he Mild, %  'whether it be elementary, secondary or flr-t grade, putting aside everything else, a lot depends on the per.• %  of the teacher." No Substitute He said that there could be no substitute for teachers who had love for their calling, to whom it was a real vocation and to whom there was the knowing that they had an opportunity of rendering a service to the community. And he was certain that to all from time to time there would come the satisfaction of knowing that, and that sustained them even through those periods of utmost gloom. .... It was that sense, that higher * lh w * IKW left behind (TIENLRY in ihe | Ideas. tense of vocation which buoyed teachers along, even, as he had Mid, in the most dull and depressing hours. In the life of every teacher. -Jiool master, there would j„, be such times, he said, as would r *_ !i! make him wonder whether what hi ttl doing was really worthwhile, but the reflecting knowledge that what he was doing I for adopting these new Pocket Theatre Group Pla\ to Large Audience A SILL-OUT AUDIENCE jammed the Coleridge and Parry School Hall—built to accommodate 400—on Wednesday owning when the Pocket Theatre Group of Bridgetown performed Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night* or 'What You Will'. Lasting for about three hours, the show did not cause a dull moment for the audience. Every act drew hearty applause from them. During the acts, smiling faces showed their appreciation. A large part of the audience was comprised of school children, most of whom went to the show tn organized groups. The other part of the audiente was chiefly made up of residents of St. Peter and the adjoining purishes. "Malvelio" (Steward to Olivia). played by Frank Collynwire. seeminree nurses of the Children's C d to be the favourite of the audiooodwill League wei, presented r ncc. judging from the remarks with certificates o( merit by Mr*. mo d, Good*ill League Nones Presented With Certificate Store Broken THIEVES broke Into the "Labourite" Store at the Jane Han of Church and Orange %  treats, tptlghtstown, on Thnntday night hauling away hundred* of dollar*' worth of Cloth and othT goodi The store u run by an Indian. Mr. K, -"iini Luckily for Mr. Ke*.Mvriiift colony if we attempted to msliv oimnatlons. .. WAK K X , W ssarv evil" was Uiin linrnangecl mat down "Ixty, seventy, From Inquiry Sir John S.iml it system Uld Before calling on Mrs. Payne lo drhnmj „,. Inr old scholars and %  y, or eighty IT !" -.it the "rutlcau.. Mr John „ nlors „„„„, .MU,, „ f si .' 8. W I A yesterday morning ,„., ncdiately. hut in Ihe nlng 'Winkthe basis rom Qraada whi'r,. I.r had been .presenl scholars of St. 'Pl>">""' %  BPJclal Commission brcklei. M.B.E.. said that It Silas Girls School, St James In ' In"-""!"" >~ l"esenl ponmv remain 25 l"i" ff.J*"'. "* """" the school room l 3.30 pjn on lton %  nd W* '"" !" lonv %  =sg£ggi§ STvE-ss ERSas.S *£*£&£: We cannot be content to rest on ^"/SL.... —.. .._"* Mr. O. W. Weekes. District kept him going throughout career which was sometimes throughout his life span. Of all education, he said, whether classical, mathematical, G or literary, important ,,ur nur *L and think that all the was the ministering to the pecuwhlch is needed to be done has SZjZmX* m.-n.'-mini.^ui: <**•> •-."'" "' """'Stores' while at work. The Committee, also saw tne We ir ar e Officer for the area :.cct£lty of training young women „„ m i nu iUtftrla ouJ was %  > csJeiSncTTrT SpVlghUto-^ o" ww hud to write Ids report !<>r th* Govemmenl. Primary Education From Page I t-jtin ar.d Spanish then they could be laugh' Latin And Spanish tntroduos %  %  the fad that certain pupil' it elementary %  chool* lm had left %  Is and had t schools h.itl h put to us s of tnc main school although HNS .! %  bright tn BigUs. simply because they' hn.i I U-.ught I language He hurl also giwn UtOtUfcl M the puosiliihiv of Sp coming very useful to th. dinn because of the potenti.ihti> of Ihe tourist trafnc with V.neruela aiui other Spanish speaking countries. Sm.iM Number IIMM .. m that only a small • .1 pupua ..nhing Lutin and Spanish at p" A"kiti v,lii thn he aiming gl H.f.l skid th.it hC I II,i ypressed himself HI IVtOU l iKMnted out th It %  .'".icfommiHtabltm would llrM hav.to ti-red. ii-,I'rcsi th .' s! prMsnt the total sxpendrttirs cor ow Colony was iwrtve mill. and of this •.< million n-d by vs }• liu-ition .>•.,) that was hupSsr than any other British West liuhan colony. Itlt.WH) In SchiH.ls He further pointed th m wtre spproxlmitel) Uilrts Ihousiwl ihtlilr.'ti in ths etemenhooli and thsf Mmmedstlon toi thousan.l %  '"*' P^ 1,tM -,.lel Compulsory edUCStMMl NOW... a new medicated dog soap WITH 0IS7I/CT ADVAHUGeS t .iikl i; 1 • SwXfW] pwasyti the hanh He said that Grenada and spirit, things which aimed at raising him above the level to which humanity il left alone was apt to sink Quoting, he laid. "Education i* not so much the acquisition of knowledge but the formation of good habits" and said that that was as true to-day as it was in like Bart" 1 -' !" *'' ,n "*f -.— .., ......a, ....,,. fxperiencod tn speighUtown on •.,*„. i „ ,irv awawaa BSMI the OT,v thousand and that "o"' 1 h. TOree o? TheS Th rt ' """" The slreet light, ^„eswS dr?,n,u"""r," badly. "<-"" """nWu.'ST us inrce oi mesa h „„ M uw .u UMII nW i. ..... ^.,J.....i ii... .w_ .-.;.. another tsjn thousand. by Bishup Rawli .pmems are necessary. lw 12 monlh ,„„ „, ,„„, •Therefore I feel conM.nt that ^^ •>• ""shed the examiner, 0 ^„ n 5 u ,'^ 0 ^£. k """ our edueaUonal oulhorlty by "• A w Scott, and Ihe eertirF .,,,.,„„ ,|, m weeks, raeid. keeplag Barbados In touch Kith cntes ot merit will enable Ihem !" )',?$£ lo !" have been Ihe'mo.t modern development and to take up responsible position, l !" *^. !" !" j C J" "*" v — '"""' """ o^;Xh.,"own^TrT b n y opm'ru IW •-, I. Om-d* Sir begin practising next month J lm "P*" 1 lwo days in S rernilrements will play thair part making their contribution to educationar development." At the end of Mr. Chenery's hoped that they crop of century ago when it was uttered 8 dd, es5i the Principal of Erdiston their good k. uld contir noved Those were: — IMI1> Vincent to see Mt Bentenck Sug-n school .,|u-v D0l3d l.'h.ths cilid.... doors in th--hi.i. in >ddH %  %  % %  n ,' Ldnd Hid uiteornfortahW w,> e Hoi a new MI DIM. """" '*' rr **** %  • %  • %  %  • from America, thi Toctor, hich U about Ihe %  I„ %  <',n ri.oi.i Sugar Factory iJr BIwM there with the object Arid evrn at Ihrw arr well arvl .iirlY flxed. In dlfnllv ol bciiiK we awaiM) "1 think." he said, "that that triple combination is also an indispensable part of a teacher's outfit — admiration of the great things of the mind and spirit. hope which springs eternally and it makes you feel that even the dullKnight. M vote of thanks After the certificate* were preThere hi . M. E B.„ey. Mr. C.W. Ssmn"' p„nSre„" „v U 'K V* J* U ^V£~& !" S % MUsC.L. Clarke, Ml,s U. Clarke, AlKMhor g,„ 15 ...peeled m. the Leeward Paml.es to end It. f^i b J' ">f V"T, !.. k ?ji,T" Mrs. H. Corbln. Mr. C. I.. CullMrs L Pi f,„ u so ,g vc „ tLS „, 1M2 crop will be Springhall. SI. '•" <"'* making about 3.000 Ion, ley, Mr. W. R. A. Dash. MlM „, on ev to the poor people after Lucy, which i, expected to rlnlsh "' ,u r E. L. Deane. Mr. W..C _Ede>, ulc h d d |„ ru u ,„) .he clothing lo-dov irriday). Springhall ha* made this crop til that mnsl tn.-v.ii.blv nbuin Mr. G. A. Holder. Miss H. H. Hoppln, Mr. 1. J King. Mr. R. E ToCA-Brailhwaili• oui.Knight. Mr. V 5 L. Lavnmrr, -_ >fc f .cst will one day become an ornaM)M p. "p. Maycock. Mr. J. I V. K,l_, \. I'aV 1 •TIDUU' ment of the community and love McC ollin Mis/z Recvos. Miss "•*--'• a M J which as you know to quote the authority of the apostle Paul, is the greatest of the three. "The Interest in education in this island has always been great." he said, "and It is an interest which 1 hope will never fail or falter We live In a day when everything is changing and 1 am confident that the experts, the people who hive given their lh in the vicinity of 9.500 tons of sugar. It started grinding on J. unary SuY M. E. Rdey. Miss R M Skect< Miss J. M. Skinner, Mr. J. M. Slocombe, Mr. W. C. Stuart. MU-. T. E Taltt. Miss M. C Taltt, Miss H. E. Toppln. Miss M. Walcott. Miss S. Ward. Mr. G. L. Watson. Mr. C. A. Watts. Mr. E F. Weir, Mrs. L. White Gordon ColU: derson and Willl Labourer Rpmandvtl On Boiud For Assaulting P.C n to the study of these matters have prizes for reliability and W. C a fsir chance of knowing about It. Oollop. C. W. Hraithwnii. and "It is up lo this community to N. Walcott for practise teaching. p Mr. F.. A. lie TRIBUTE was paid to the RfHUl Hilftl ^''K'n^m^Mf ptscsd'ciyds memory of the late Christopher A. * WIMrtMfT* Ror)[ (>f )h Up Gullv s Michael. BraiWiwalte. sportsman and Pull, Thirty-year-old labourer Selbei t on a iwnd for a perh>d of thre.who died on Monday last Holmes .,f St. James WBK remanded months In the sum of 13 to keep until June fl. when he appeared th.peace when he found him before His Worship Mr. EA. "•/ or assaulting I-olt. e < .11 ate of stable Roach on May iv. also lined 10'for NEW ARRIVALS AT when the Barbados held their Cricket j Annual ,.,:>.. *y u. *inil in the George Challenor !" .,^„, „.! „>„„„-,* District Ing in the George MtmorlaJ Stand. Members stood in silence as a token of respect to the memory of Mr. llraithwalte. In asking members lo honour the memory < members of the Association. Sir Allan Collymorc. President of the Association said: ,,,. Before the business of the uy charged with the 1( ^. k larceny of four cotton vest shirts. UK( indecent language Mr. J. S. B. Dear Is appearing Wnar f. |MJI CP Constabl. _.i the case on liehalf of Holmes w(( | t ht while he was •orSuil while Sgt King attached to Central alonX lnc Whlll ,„. Station is prosecuting for the rtl .f, m | ltnl u ^„ g ubiiai Police from information received, gunge. He spoke to hln Holmes was taken into custody still continued. Thompson. When he tried t idanl he resisted god m by bis shirt. His shirt ,... !" ing of Mr. Christopher 10 Lccsl LiOVCrnment Bill was torn in the scuffle. plex. lie said that the B.F.F.A. was similar to the B.C.A. Braithwalte. "Crlssy" Bralthwaito The Vestry of St. Andrew Rock told the court that he did and the B.C.L. had produced such cricketers as Everton was well known to all players of *igmd the sevsn point, document not ki B.F.F.A. Trophies Presented Mr. O. S. COPPIN, Ad MM ate Sports Editor and Honorary Secretary of the B.A.F.A., warned members of the ^P 11 ^^^^ £ !" St And w Ve 'y Object gfjjg B.F.F.A. not to approach football with an inferiority comini[ of Ml .. Christopher To Lcca! Government Bill was ton Roach n duty ird the %  l.inand he vas doing, f"i hat he Wwta^Cj^d Hun,;-„rt5;va"ndGeor8e7rrancis>f *• S'S^tLSTl. SS. ^"Sf,,."' "" ^ m '"" "^a, H^Ln Ihe d,„„ „ the past—Weekes and Francis havinR made their name in Association This brings the number of future or you win find yourself the cricket arena. He was quite sure that Weekes, Francis -A player himself in his orller Vestries which have signed to m serious trouble.' His Worship and Hunte would not be ashamed of their B.C.L. backdays, he gave unstinted support five. Mr. McLeod told Hock. to cricket in this island and in__—....._——___—^—— deed, I mitf ** %  >'• In other island' WEATHFRIIEAIVS Fvrnrlo Feeders Fveniln TeaU I ..MI.. < ap* A Ills.'. Gator Koarh Hives (arold it RHe SaltTablets III a NclK. 1 %  ( h .rhlll l'14-.l.r* In £ ound. Coppin Mr. Coppin presented the rare achievement. n-ishivmrin.* mn- HP was the > ** w* .rv SgStZJKJXL SJsfft J"aBasMl SE?cS SS% Z K**** !" ** OS Runway Complete night. The Knock-Out Cup went the Rangers team was entered. Ho .,'. ".^ Pr'-sldcnt of to Rangers and the Challenge Cun felt that B.F.F.A., had improved 1 ,,. )I ) 1(1(1 ./ c.'-nekel l^SfUB, to Wosternois. very much IhU season and he .. Tnl >utes have been paid to his Many members of the varloui ibought tlie AMx-clation had a lot m ,, mo ,y uv pen, by s|Kx*ch and In clubs attended the function and for which to be thankful. li; and I would drank to the health of the winning Ho said although they did no. ^ you nQw M mCtn l>ois of this teams. win the Knoc ... "•r"""'. private conversation, and '. h ^ 8h ^ V i!? .?"* 3k you now as member! Ck-Out Cup when they 4^^^ to stand In si] 1 silence for Mr. C. Jemmott. President of uet Cailtoii in the ilnals at Kenfl minule u m token o1 respect to the B.F.F.A.. introduced Mr Coppin. He said that the Association very much appreciated Mr. Coppin's picsence jlngton Oval, they showed the public that they knew what they were about. He congratulated Mr. Scott. Secretary of the Association, and Great Interest Mr. Archer He complin.en.ed He said th:.t Mr. Coppin has Messrs. Norvillc. Vearwood. showed great interest in the Haydes and Denny, leprosentami^ Association and was one who of various teams, for their stslwarw uld do every thing to further performances, his interest in rtictn. Ho felt that /;„..., //w. 1 Mr. Coppin had contributed much to the AsaoctaUon during the past three years. I know from behind the scenes that you have done everything within your power to see that we •UITtvw as an Assocaltion," Mr. Jcmnv.tt told Mr. Coppin. Referring to Notre Dame and Deserved To Win Pjrah's, Curlton Beat Schoolboys THE reconstruction work on Seawell runway has now been completed and the Engineer loaned by the Canadian Ministry of Transport, Mr. James, has returned to Canada Mr. James has reported that he does not feel thai than II now any grave danger of further serious failures, and that should minor defects develop it would be well within the competence of the Department of Highways and Transpori to put them right. The task of rebuilding she cen-— %  — tial portion of a one-runway Air%  1 tr m Jt port, and to keep that Airport ItodlH'Y IJlH' lUOIMlttj open so that tr idle is not serious* ly interrupted is .1 rather more The R.M.S. Lady Rodney will d.fTlcult mntter than may be aphe arriving In Barbi-dos at daypreciated. but this was achieved break on Monday from llontrt % %  with a minimum of InconvenlHalifax. Boston and Bermuda rig r:ire. thnnks to the ready cottir British Northern Islands, and of the airlines. Forwill be sailing the same night for Vine In the llrst division basketball ^ He sain tn.it Westerners had games played at Y.M.P.C. last tunately the weither was a great British Guiana via St Iveen knocking at the door for a night PIMM defeated Harrison doa | kinder for thr period of thla Grena.la and Trinidad, long lime but was not fortunate College 26—23 and Carllon dewor k than it was when the to win a cup. They deserved I" tttvtM M-Krn High befool original construction WU in hand. v.in the Challenge Cup this year 23—11. a „Aru Il W ?5 ^ S n ^iL V ^'T'I ^w and It was an honour cunfernd on Ou.ntme scored 12 and Gilit would be necessary to lay 120 their AlDDer the vwti-n Wr tns 8 for Pirates Mr. Daniel concrete slabs but as the work K 1V ?^'' I,J nKSertea KOred 6 and Alleynt scored U proceeded, this was found to be Rangers. Mr. Jemmott aald that J !" *^% !" Klii*SiT SprMarrlSOtt College unnecess.ry and. In aU 9.1 slab. the B.F.F.A. was fortunate to see *'{J 'f[ "'', 7, ^rTwereTlekv Bnckie I-ueas and Marshall were laid, either defective spot'. the fruit of their trees being oaten %  *' Ih T KS-OUT Cup were the principal scorersi 0t were reconslructed by "^ovlng Notre Dame's achievement was „ p en ^ p ,Sytd ,Sw bS^bSltand C MUm JDdA^r <** • ' ^h 7-ttctaS hSiTWtod and tBJOXOd r' n f """*"*• Mr. Jammotl then called on J !" e S^Z tonight have been Work on the extensions to the entering a cam In the Th ird Mr CoDpln 0 ^esent the Cups ^" ^~ tl i ..Tute to be later terminal building is proceeding Division of tho B.A.F.A.. for the Mj | j_ Archer moved a Vote of postponed unru a u-. iaUafaetorv. first time, win the Cup. It was thanks. WORKERS LEAVE FOR U.S.A. The first batch of Barbadians—I forty-two In number, selected for' agricultural work In the U S A..| left Seawell Airport yesterday morning by Resort Airlines. 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