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PAGE EIGHT Harbour Log IN CARLISLE BAY r* PORT : M AlroiMHru a. Varhi Taw III. M> r.ancea W. Xm0. Bch ^". **b ei.le-,e. s.h gmanuei '•" %  -. ad> Mta-lrr-i Bch. Moll, p Wal £e. Svh Vmi-I Pila.ru>-. S. >*i 1*1. Zaifctan. Sth. dkirla Henn.tla. Brh Freedom Floory. Sm Ziu Wonita. Sch %  Mm Eel. Sen \le.maid C. Brt Cmriria. Bch. r M. Tintiii. AI*n*L> MV Monrka. tne torn net. Capf Hutto*, (torn Grenada Schooner DOn,. aa torn 1*1. Cap! Clmlm*. Crom It h Guiana Seho-.i-.r Sra U,i-n. 1* i,* net, Capl MM ss inte,prater. 4.0*1 IOM net. Capl Colt*, from Liverpool. %  I Lake Canim. 4 W4 tonrrM, Cap! Wright, from Curacao. DEPARTf-trs 1.8 Johilla. 1M tonMI, Capl Vivian. for l.ip-aml %  *hoor-.r Burma D, M Ism oat Cap) Kifii. for Truitriad Schooner Mint Caroline. M Ion. rw-V, Capl Jo—ph. ImDon.imea Schoortar Prinm. Inul-e. M Iom n*l. Capl Mitchell, for SI Lucia. as s^a nr-Kf tan iom net. Cap* EM*, for New Brumwick S Quean Ann. SOU Inn* Ml Capl McDonald, f S' Kilt* IN TOl'C'H WITH BARBADOS COAST. STATION Cable and Wiraleaa hipa in rough ihelr liarhad... coau IS Polaitoi. s s Ji.hiit*. as Mcua Polart*. SI. I^rdr Nicafaaiua, SS Owyhen. ss QN.,I, Anw. as Hunwhit. SS Rtnn>. SS Corfu l.iaiwl. S-H. No*oan. ss Atwwmiiiiwt, ^a oolfito. %  s Silverook. U Ollir.... I 8 Niuarual. SS KaiiMil iki. Bl Hiluii, *1 r*.-l*< HOodl. R Mi.t. 8 8 (Joreii of Brrmudl. SB. Queen Elisabeth. SB Monte Eepe1a*. II. Branl. SB Alcoa P.Ianss Kallo. SB Hint.il.. **. Liudad Trujillo. II Alhelduk*. SS II* Dr Rr. SS llo%  hoop. %  a Norfolk. S S AI..J Purlfan BB. lg.,r. SS Aniolu S %  N n H Hermann Fiii/en ss 11.1 n„d, BH Aiaer.ra. S .fa. Ruftna. H8 1'nlvtrader. SS. Otenvawa, SS Work) Ti.itl.-i, SS rradart, G la*-, ss Kan KJIV. Irr M>'"iri..i. %  *. I..i Nekon BARBADOS ADVOCATE Empire Trounces Everton To Take Second Place In First Division Line-up. EMPIRE outplayed Everton in the:r lirst division football fixture at Kensington yesterday afternoon to win the name by 4 KoaU to one before a larxe crowd. All the goals were scored during the second half hour %  play. it Empire brought in Barrow anu Wood in their line-up, while RouTIIF.SDAY. MAY 2. 15 •Rascal" Scores Connell Leads First Victory In Rif|e g hoot Jackson Defeats Dutchman LONDON. >,,... | Van Dam. Dutch MinQievvfisn Champion, wa> beaten on poui* over tea rounos by bill JBLMSUII coloured Jamaicau. al ine luTipresi rial), neie tonigm, m u liaTiit li inson was seen to good arivantag' in the role of goalkeeper rot Empire, Barrow headed In an accurate eomer by Harper t< open the score while Wood tent In two and Dravton the other Reece, the Everton half-back, sooted the lone goal fot his team. Empire who defended the goal from the screen end were Urn on the oA*entve, and within five minwnicn Jackson's long straight jell utes of play, they were awarded WB lh dommatinf ucioi a penalty for foul play by the v n Oam coult not fmd the Everton full back Robinson Baranswer to the tall slenderly built row. who took the shot, kicked Jamaican s long jabbing straight straight to goalkeeper Reece. who left, delivered wltn the advantage ha iL ,l V imcully ln vln OI • remaritabl* reach of B2 incnes. The Everton front line soon got The Dutchman, too. was under moving and bore down on their the aii4dvanu., of haviM cut* opponents. They were however ne „ „„„ h „ eycs ln Ihp ^ given two corners, one fiom each -ound ide. but without result. Empire now took over and kepi '" ,, l "VL "**"*• ??" T, re ball in tneir OvOOtwnta' area be ** n ? w ?, ,m u ,24 ff2? lef's and rignU to the t^e ball in tneir opponent.;' for some tune but failed 1 l i* theh %  t-fenre gel Dead and body but he coul IllUe at close quarters where Jn-kson covered up well. the Jackson relied mainly on hi?clvleft, making little use of hb right, • half back, raced down except to acore occasionally with >d sent in a good effort a good hook to the body on the Over The Bar Shortly ufterwards. Whit Everton onNide left, after r ing from the field which goalkeeper Robinson pushcounter. Van Dam. who wf 'poken for holding in the seventh ruin attacked fiercely in the last t rounds. Going in with both han-ls gwrtl lug he caught Jackson with several ny by TCA from Am Una Monlt.al i(i.Ja-wakhlna CUik, Mr r-i. f ... m.r Or Wlll...tn Oarnar. Mr k Mm r. H. Mrtirecn. Mr Mn Konnolh Proud. Mr 4. Mm John M.< *ril Mia> Pamrla Mm J.nMaiwrll, Ml a. Mra Jark Gallop. Mr S MAlbl Clasnor Mr. Mildrwl Wllwn Arriving on Sai.inlaj. by T C.A. frran n. 1.1....L — Mr. d Mr> Clifford Hoy. Mr a Mra Gilbert Mlnoraon l.'.vln fm Toionto M TCA Mr. Mra. Ronald M.Leod. Mr Mn Robert Botinden Leavlna for Bermod.t by T C A. Mr. Waller Davidwn. Mr CKorkil Markham. Ml* Dorl* M Talr. Mr .'trh.i McKetuir. MUa laal Manlaon. Mr* h.ila Hi Kiitin Hum on. Wr Palrirk Laorra.) Mr. f C & Man, POT Trlii'rlari Mr Ian SumiM. M> nannolph Uil-I mi. ARRIVALS—Ry R.W I A L TfVoni Trinrdad Pamela Weaket. AubrejChaae. E. J O'Dowd. Vida IXirlly. Charl-s. Durii* Malrolm J..ne. Pal slieppaid. Kenneth kbVl>ar.l. Alma anfl.ih. Kenneth Jone.. Mr A Pmnrr Jean Ah. i,.ft. Pamela Altcrufl. kurial Manner an. Marry l>avtea. Octavia Robltr..i. Kvelyn llmk.it Lynda lla.-fcni. jmu, Co.hin. Mary Corbin. Hnvmtmd l>l(*orlh Roberl Al'wooll Dorothy Blarbman. nure naratheraa Allan lj.wrai.re. Fmrenra Thin pa. William Triori*. Marsurrl MrKlnnon. Vlrki Taurel. Del ford Roarh William Kunwln rloreiiie Knew lea. Allie Whrnrll. lira.. Andrew-. Gail Andrews, Arlmir Andrew.. Valaixe Oale David Wealern. Tj.tia Ramirar. Allan Jona.. Alfred Maikla. Sally Mackle. Brian Markie. B.->iclan .\ilMtlie, aturelte Markk.. A.ilh.i.is Mackla. Joaaph tlaldry. Philip Oaldn rrorn Si. Lur-ia Val McComle. William Armaironi Michael Tlmpwn. Qeorire Weld, Juh.mii* WlUon rron. Muni: Mra R Japp Mr K. Gltllna l-rom l.a Goaln. Paul Heiar, Norn Hew. K.-iilque Kern, I.Iana Cavalleioa. Ai lonlo Sanlaello. Amalia Ranliiella. Ilrlen Nafy. Albert Waaner. I.tdor Eder. John hUnMiirn Prom Anllfua Rav D. Mooie ^;ary Coomlie Ocili Cow. Plataon Ar.iter. Harry McKmrT Prom Ban Juaii Jamea C Hoi.n.:, .•i! over UM bar. Evcrtoii kept on preasinB ami Robinson at this stage waculled U|HMI tc do some work between the uprights. The Empire forwards now took O'er and bombarded the Everton i-al On one occasion. Barrow good punches and seemeo* to have hit the upright with one when ,hf Jamaican :irlng. goalkeeper Reece was out of pollHe could not wipe out Jackson's lion; and nt another time Smith, l*"d on points over the earlirr the Empire renlre-half. sent in a rounds, however. hard one which missed the cross The decision in favour of Jack>*r by inches. son did not meet with the approval The interval was token shortly of a section of the crowd, who afterwards without any scoring. evidently thought Van Dam should On.resumption. Everton nttackh ave got the verdict through his ed the Empire goal and forcei their opponents to concede i Bar, but without result. immediately afterwards, -the Empire forwards made a raid and m on accurate corner kick by .Warper from the left side, Barrow ended into the goal to open the roring. Empii %  lit this time ihe Everton d*Mnc il Into their way Empire's Second aggression towards the end of the corfight —Beater. RUGBY RESULTS LONDON. April SO Results of Rugby Union games played on Saturday: Aberavon 8. Uanelly 6; Abcrtlllery 10. BridgIN YACHT CLUB REGATTA "Rascal', owned and skippered by George Stoute. scored her first victory for the season when she defeated all other B* class yacht* at Ihe Seventh Regatta of the R.BVC 'ailed at Carlisle Bay oif Saturday At previous Regattas 'Rascal gained two second positions and was once third. The boat! sailed a .outh-about race in a medium but variable breeze. The sea was fairly calm and no accidents occurred. Coming second in the 'B' Class wa Teddy Koad's 'fanfav which he himself skippered. Although "Fantaau" started eft the season without anv exceptional! •onnd time this season Coming second was R. D Murphy's "Van Thomdukt" and third was Olir. BIojson", owned and skippered bv Winston Hassell The results are: B' Claw: I. Rascal 2 Fantasy. S. Okapi. C Cism 1 Rogue 2 Hi Ho 3 Peggy Nan. /.i Irr mediate Class: 1. Skippv 2 Invader. 3 Dawn. 'D' Clou: I. Peter Pan. 2 Van Thorndyke S. Olive Bl U-Col. J Connell ended up vtth the highest figure, m out of a possible 150 points when members of the B.R.A., fired 10 roundg at each of the three distances 300, 500 and 600 yards at the Govi ment Rifle Hange on Saturday U.-Col. J. Connell reached 49 out of M points 31 the 300 yards, and 4B out of aO at ihe AUO vards Lt C. E. Neblett. who gained .second position in points with 140. reached 48 at the 800 yards. During the practice, the light was changing and the wind fish tailing Yesterday's practice was the las' before jhe Qualifying shoot for the Fronlenoc Trophy which take, nlsce on May 6. "I ate. the eight best cores: i oi i .. i % %  Hi T .1 Mr Km, %  1 A t'api J H Jordan C.pt C H B. Wa..teRldasrdaoti .in %  ,,!!. — *a __u *"d 0; Barnstaple . Pensance anfl n n n B> a* n rvom Mr C Si. bridge 13; Bridgfwater and Albion I, Pontypridd H; Bristol 5. Coventry 0; Ebb Vale 6, Gross Keys No sooner was the ball out of 3 Gloucester 8. Devonwort Serthe Everton goal area than II was vices 7, Hartlepool Rovers It. (back again, and from a melee R'oaksldc 14. Neath , Mesteg 8. iWood sent in the second for "*• Newport 24. Penar'.h 0; PlyEmpire, mouth Albion 8. Swansea 0; PontyEVerton now took over and ^ ooi 3 Cardiff 8; Taunton 0; ExWhite on the left wing tent in a E 0 1 3 Torquay Athletic 0; (ard one lml Itubiii-on was nil Cheltenham IS. SS RUGBY LEAGUE CHAMPIONEverton tried to decrease this smp I He sal-Finals) lead and rro playing with their Huddersneld 9. Swlnton 0; Wignn full bacV down the field, l>ut In s '•• ,,ra,c 5; iilf r *P 1 y M *y 3 a spite of this, they failed to peneH * 1 x )trat theEmpire defence. League Matches — WhiteThe Empire forwards en the haven 5, OLdham 3; Yi>rk 9. Dewsother hand were still looking for *>'* • —(CJ.) goals and Wood, their centre forrriiTitw nmi ward, took a (food shot from tho *ALIAN5 WIN right wirua which beat goalkeeper ROME, May 1 Reece and hit the cross bar. IJrutcrsints Plero and Inzao, of Half back Reece Ihen cleared Italy, took firsv and second places and the Everton front line Ihen In one of the most dlmcuk conmade a raid: Cox. their inside left, tests of the Italian international tent in a grounder from close horse show here todav—the six range, whjch was stopped bv obstacle, event. UeutenanV Imoa Robinson. was the only rider to clear the E\*erton again attacked and thin 80 nvMres hurdle which was \tio time they were successful erntn bighest lump of the six cloaHy C Reece headed In from a free uiaeed obstacles. He won on Eleto d was placed second on Bramio. —Renter 1I'"IM. MAT t. ItSS I a.m. Tha N—. TIN am w... Anatyil. 1 II a.m Kymphonv „( Slruia, ,L I? Cteiierall. Speakina | i.m. r m „; Ih. Edliurial. iio ..... Proar.iin,,, Pa IT 1 l?,""e. ,,BC ?( >" P'>"> Oraaesara ?a% m ^ clo t: Down %  No " •" Mew. 1110 pm New. Aiuil.. H 11 |H pm T e Piano for Pleaa U i n. M n,. 11,1—-,. Chow ip,.. on UK. Job fJkVBJn WSZ ;_ %  • %  J'-br, BBS*. R..KI 2 %  • The Newa. %  III p m. Hntiu. Satan Brililo I \* ,, ,„ Kp,„|, H, vk .„ a— pm Dadli. The, lr a B-TtoTli H-.KlM.uu p ,., Tha N,., UfTS The D.i|, Sarv,,,, 4 ,„ m v „„, lha Tune. .1pm Veroniro Man-f P n. Proaranin.iParade JO u in tft A? 1 %  • pm Voira ... Vkilln. om foncrrlo T ,. .„ The N t.ls p.m. Kewa Anal} ward Ho IBM DETAHTCRl-.s-Bv B W I A L For Trinidad. Mr John Prrrrla. Mr clarenoe to nlea, Mra Marj>me tin %  ... M,Joan Bbw, MRufin rielri. Mr* Krela l'lr:n. Mr, RR-haiti Pleld. Mr William Vaanvood. Ml". Thoma* Bumall. bTir* Avrll Rawlim. Mr George Buwen. Mil* Barbara Ba|.iiMi %  riatli MrSH.vi Jack man. Mr Kennrth Brnlhwalie Mr Baraaford nernard. S^ Trlsnarp laradlo. Mr. William Malonia, M.-. Jaroualloe Malona. Mr Alfred U kick. Eiieonraged by their success. Everton now fouitht for the equaliser but soon found themselves further down when Wood scored into an open goal with Reece well down the field. Matter of Minute* France, Portugal Line Up For World Cup LONDON. May 1. Frnncp and Portupal wre named on Sunday to Ml t V Mi, Mil Danall Blacken Mr Paanari MMrs Anna Mend. t u. Mt Carman Mei.dOSS, MY. Harold P.il .. t>n MiVile-n Chlnili>s. MIM ASBlha Paui-Cl^rle.. MM Carmen Durley. Mi Pimela Gi.t. lay, Matr Richard Out lay. Ml I I. i Praaton. Mra. A1U Burke Wr Krnetl Brunyosh. Mr Aaron Kar,Miaa Gwen Ci-mberbalch. Mr Carlyle lli.ricn MLOlorta Harawood. Ml* Lilian Daniel. Mlaa Evalyn BhlitS. Cmdi ri .11... Hayward. Mrs Muriel Cjimi.i-in, Mr Job" CarnUt-haal. Mr Maurke Wai.on Mi. llna Lavatoch. MY narrell i^veiock nllKu II.. %  aj W..i Itogara. Mr Granlly ate San Juan Mr lle.l. . M.I' It jjas only a matter of minute* vacancies among 18 rountn-. iifterwnrds that Empire made anwnlc h will contend for the WorK other attack, and Drayton bee* So £ CPr Cu P ln Braatll this summer Reece with u good shot to register "** organlxing committee ch >-e the fourth for his team. them to replace Turkey and Sco-The game then ended with Km'""d which have decided not *o pire winners by four goals to one Participate —(0* 1 The referee was Mr. D W Sayers, while the linesmeii we-e Mr. Paul Wilklns and Mr. O. S. Coppin. Empire: Robinson. Rvnoe, Grnn'. Symm.nds. Smith. AUeyre. Barrow. Dra..-'on. Wood Taylor, liar P*r. Evertan: Reece. Robiisor Culnepper. C. Reece, S Culpjpper. Hall. Oltoh, Blades, Conliffe. Cox. While. kin.. Mr. Albert Ko*rii lluiha.. Mini Masan ll.igl*. Rev Alfred Browne Mr. Enid Nlrol. Mr Jamra Nicol. Mr Jaik Fo.lei For La Oualra Mra Rlleeii Ia-iim.in. Mali Kile I*hinan. Mr Alfred I.Hn,*i. l'.tr Roberl Lehman. Mr Keiih iii.m.i-. Mra Ba>ban. Mitchall. Mr Lyell Mlfcnall, Mi. %  • %  Khan, Mr Ariur Khan. Ml* Bdilh Kh"n. MiaBllvlKhan. V, Monica Khan. Mlaa Loreiu KKin Mi' Maraarel PuPnti Barbados Friendly Football Association Today's Fixture Berwick va Colla al BhaU Mele.ee Ml J Arvhar Adv-oeau. v. Tambroae al Bl Lao... The \T'o-*fhrr TODAY SOB Riaea | 5.43 a.m. Sun Sets; 6.12 JN. Moea < Full I May 2 LLflktlng: 7.00 p m High Water: S.lg am YESTEBDAY Rainfall (Cedrington) nil. Temperature 29.951 <3 p m.) 29.MS. tJuST GET SETTLEP IN AN OPRCE, AND -rwiC GUY STpVfrrS t3UrVWMHG TMINS5 UP- "THAN* TO *STBW" HOeVmlS, STAMCbRD, CGNrt Obtainable Prom All Drug and D-rp



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TU M\Y 2 INK BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE 1HHI IFoley ids As i,rt'iuid.ii Police Supl. • Advocatr f QrrrolHMxI. i.-< CABTRD S Major T. F>ic\. AsaUtau; Suprnnti : proceeded on s. a \ %  Qi Suprrmi" of Maior a ! Mas e< i the stums; M the Tribunal srHl < %  • %  announce!. Mt Grantley Adams. Barrlstcrat-la* "' 111 represent tho workers' On IUI H 1 IEAM PHOT*M.K\Hli:i .1 i:.i*lhatiri'< Su>r*. Lett •aha iMi Trmlrall: fdUinui I li timllnn loni-v If (hrMttiil \Verkev I'ntil ['on !" i !• rteht fSsSSMUOSTl : \M|1Univ Mn-h.iH Vilenliur f'rri* 'A .'nil %  I i %  O lssa s fa' fell From Tree: Displays %  m pellet assess ih v %  liitdary teM Day de\ ftojral AII roraa plane an. I %  ran h* ..... H | easuurb ;. %  M \\ U | %  %  Ol tr. nblr > BarUMM w < %  can null. -i1,.\ u %  'or poll i Wrat Sr. %  %  %  II Mil' T. hike tl.i I i eouAui %  i rfag h. i. wee i < %  v i, .. n ojh Fi Mndln rare i onfldem ibei would not > requred irtri.trr Injiiretl %  %  : %  hi* fHI fi .huh he tSMjSSBL at n~ h<; l.oen i\ rfimti ii, %  THE MODERN DRESS SHOPPE For STYLE plus Teeth Loose! Fusiliers Postpone Visit (Advocate Corrr>uaiia>iil; ( 18TRIB9 April . it woi dmouneed uiia weak lb i owing In difficult) OK with the K A.SI -i a was lo have DfOUfhl UM Iml%  knOni FueUfcsn Erotn Jamaica for the ceremony on Home Fortune St. Lucia, on May 21. the visit has been pos tp oned until Met UNEMPLOYMENT IS OUR GREATEST EVIL — Says W.L Primatr tlEOR'.FTt fit big sUon of employers and worl thedra! Church ol Sitmt 'ooni >o it and l|eard His Grace the Mow Reveti'nd Johri Knight, Primate oi tlic West Indies Province of the Church of England and the Lord BisJiop of tn Dtoeen British Guiana make en appeal to H ela fthd rmpli.vri:, in ihis country to do thfil uui W tnd recovt'tv. Pour Charged ftotnee Opens Trade Arson Will Cheaper Flour (Advocate C'orretpondi'nt) CASTRIES. April 29 Arranaamanu are proefi Isbj the purt'linso of flour IS COTCf tbl Windward and Leeward Island* requirement': on*a tender balls by the Trade Commissioner in Montreal It i h> iMthad will eventually effect ft reduction in I he pric .. been Ihr • J id Tr) '"Caribia** Or "CMribbva" LONDON. A naflSMtSQO .fiat the pn>powxt \. I union imuld be Bribla" or 'Cartbooa" %  %  Dell] Trlriraph tr, C u coaton-Ntan, .y\ iiifct iu i a name lia a nice dear rlns about and b i road ."im Italian confuatot arone In vh* lirat place 'ihroufli %  light aaoaraphicaJ nuscah ii%  It #ai UM irsl lUCb observance In Brltlah Quiana of Industrial Slindai and Ills (".race dclivnen UM address %  tared that an f tcon o m fc Bituatlon hat developed in world demands m evei %  CODDtTT, We mm produce mure Roods and battai :ivlccs as a condition t-i our recovery from the present ilia which beset us. "I( we l-il lu meet this economic pioblem now. v.p know wnat to io..k forward to. We aball aartancc further deterioration m larda of living, ami much hardSI times than we are now expat It u.lug." The primate observed lhai mo of the trreate^t e\tls was uide%  praad nnamploymenl in many countries, tneludinc our own. He did not dispute the fuel that the whole problem of unemployment %  of groat complexity )! %  as quite sure then Ob" solution to be found' quickly, but he wi aqualta arsl thai >f the bsM brain In rverj io this pn I i. % %  %  (nation. "In this couniry' coir.mucd Qi % %  '. "tha meal asp I ol the problen .1 ichool, £v*l i %  rt* of oui %  f i 0 and ft two or three yaari of enforcco Idleneu whlcti elapsos l-efore the> get into a lob of son^e kfa i;%  -ii character. i • whkh KUltabla wora would give to mk" tbalr plaeeawi eemannut) R| II %  %  %  . %  colled blind alley ocioi ,tion-. .,, ., it brtngi n and moral SVUS in .U train" —t*an l're*v AFTER H0000 FIRE Q\ l iRl i I w\ | ill 28 I -iflCI the |10,0Q %  ted i building in ttreal %  %  pi SalvaUon Army Central H • . his wife and then two Tbi aoi u ad gbawt .MII r uv 1 the bulldll I %  -lie fire i* %  Sulatman Shaw, Sultan ..' The lira I i I boun of Apni II last. Haai .... n Mngl-i Ma} H /// Trinitliitl Fair Pulling %  I u %  .,i. r Fan H, %  uhted II i I Of the F %  i cmn the H %  i %  ... •i . • Fame n .it %  hmllat %  i pan. arouW Honed bV prso %  ll • itti ndlni the K$m lion Con %  ru hop.i would return to ti„ ,, hon id write aboul tha Pali i %  i pi. CLARKE'S 'OLOS3 MIXTURE CtUim the system irom blood impurities ; many sufferen from rhe imatic aches and pains, lumbago, neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and minor skin ailments, can derive great benefit from this well-known medicine. 'a IIQUIO .. r.llif FORM BRUaH... UP... TOUR... SMILE... Stop *yc;r + :.,,. nr J Trench Mii'h in 24 : nmuh diwr-Ihi'MiiMitH tn, .,l,i ., ILHxav tl Naw Oitcovory %• txgt %  • %  ."'.."" a guni -.f. i. '*"' !"' *-ih. mi >.,. %  ..i _.._ %  .if nuiiHi i %  Gim. cte fl Am v. rar Pfrrh* ., from$2 50toS8.95 Ladies Dresses "m Cocktaila weddinq or otte-rnoon A tinn aaaorlment in siock io chooae Iiom In a variety ol material!, and laleat atylea. from $12.00 t quarte) %  104 •re coll, i utpost on II • Venenielan froni valuad st.fi94.iT which 1 ..:inn frot ,i-la I %  i %  • outboard export effort and no man Deeded 1 i %  i %  Windolene ocaSS fa*:' %  %  rtrmii Thy think her undies V ;V\_ are new— They look new — because they're always washed in LUX I.ux ua^hinj kps Tha! new lool: : %  H s and y'fti.; lothes v. %  '. OAINTY CLOTCE1 • IKC NEWI rot H Hint-; BECOMES \ Piti HE IN A NEW VAUXHALL nun OR rrwtfl turn i UM CUOKI New shipment ol these Cars recently Arrived. lioiinti Tlio.il LTD. IOIIITKSV ABtACC 4. \ciLike M \(.l( Your Backache • • nay be dut) to sluggish Kidney Aclion f IPF IS NOT . arw.1 >.h-o oa *ara troubled with I he, rheumatic paint, mil, JI lung Riutdca and otm., fumbaao ot tuRimon urinary ditunJer* due Ui •lii>uii*h kidney aam. • !.v put up with rain and %  %  '• ../ arasS' 'to>d of I> .%  > Pilli. Orutt/ul >"n and of all agii mt and ruim-rful ih' .;.'. imr and urinary annMprK M lAte fnmdt It. I*. QUICK.. EASY WAY TO STOPYOURCOLD When you reel h and coM lbs n tutty oUvery i or chill run*, ilimuph \our body — QHieki hutiy lor the Menihotstunt'. Put some of ihi* bfoothabl • bain on iroui i.-tieiandiliro;ti and tub it well inio ih,i4ifl Mcnthoattam' skm to whan IM pain aad loraaeaola in K--ui to Iccl warm and soml'uitiiblc. Also ptr %  Mcntholauun' in your no* ao that its hculina vapours ar mhafed into your breaihir.i DO Mgas, ( "Ids and Chillgo quickly tlh thii doubl. action, tie! J jar or tin 01 'Mrntholaium' to-day, but make sure it is genuini Mentholatum' (Ask foi Ml NT lit' I \Y-IUM '). caacB iE CT i a IH laSi .indJirMadf <>nh hi \ The Marshnbiini I < %  Btoaoh, I nsbnd



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IMC.i I in H BARBADOS ADVOCATE n mi.vv MAI -'. ISVI BARBADOS fi| ADVtMTE *.,.—, *., — f .—., ••" %  • % %  SB. W S.S*. UM O >kl. %  MM •*%  U Ss M hsei if l...\ 2. 193(1 Accusing Finger Shadow BEHI'ND a screen of secrecy negotiations have been proceeding to decide the future of oil in Barbados. The services of Mr. Tanner, a Onncdian Oil Expert were obtained free of charge ana it was felt that the island was indeed on dw vere of exploiting its oil potential. Elgh; days ago the representatives of Trinidad Leaseholds walked out of the negotiations but the Government has mad \o announcement on the matter in spi! t of the fact that a spate of rumoui has been circulating. When the development of oil became a possibility it was assumed that the British Union Oil Company with their associates would be granted the licence to drill. It was almost entirely due to the labours of experts employed by the B.U.O.C. that it was realised that Barbados may be a lucrative source of oil It is more than imperative that the drilling for oil in Barbados be carefully regulated so that the impact of oil drilling on the island's economy be as limited as possible. If two or more companies were t^ drill in Barbados the effect would not be beneficial to the colony. Competition in wages, disruption of the Sugar Industry and general spoliation of the island must be avoided at all costs. There is no doubt that the moral claims ol B.U.O.C. and their associate company are unanswerable Trinidad Leaseholds is a British Company with long experience of West Indian labour, If QM lact that the Leaseholds representatives have walked out of the discussions reflects the view that there is some insurmountable obstacle to agreement the people of Barbados should know what it is that has caused difficulty in retelling agreement. The iawee Involved in thin matter are of vital importance not only to Barbados but to the Commonwealth and some preference should be given to a British Company if their requests are at all reasonable. The semi-political discu-siuns that have been taking place with only representatives of Barbados present do not take sufficient cognisance of the importance of the matter with which they are dealing. Oil is not the answer to all the problems of Barbados. Indeed there are many who arc very anxious about the results of drilling in an island as small as this. The Sugar Industry will be the mainstay of Barbados long after oil will have been exhausted, the beauty of the island will be an everlasting attraction to visitors to these shores and the establishment of secondary industries will do more than anything else to relieve the problem of unemployment in Barbados. This is not to say that if oil is present in large quantities drilling should not take place. But the activities of the oil company should be regulated with a view to safeguarding the long term interests of the island. The island is grateful for the advice glvtO by Mr. Tanner but it is often difficult for a person accustomed to thinking in terms of a big country to deal with the especial problems of a small place. Mr. Tanner's recommendations must always be carefully scrutinised to see whether they recognise local peculiarities and do not merely reflect the practice in larger countries but which may be inapplicable to Barbados. Above all the public should be kept informed of developments and not be allowed to garner the news from rumour which may be incorrect in important respects. The Go\ eminent should lose no time in Issuing u statement on the negotiations. HIS KXlbU-KJCY'S >|Tch at vofidury industry. If we cannot the re-opening ... the Legl |f, Snnlaliii gel the machinery for is peiiiNiM, the most ramarkabl.* off seemdary industry. then ,ri raostn limes of any (jovernni followed their economic develon>t ug irvrv in p'-nlation indu*lu-ing his regime in this Colony, mat, not preceded It. It Is all trie, in Brit -h Honduras; tractor* tis appreciation of condition?, hi* vary well to pander to the tastincan d other agricu. ural mill In TJ neceslive snobbery of a community by nre at any r. te easier to obtain pretending to teach Spanish In than induslna machinery, elementary schools, but with the ; have wrltb i so far as if these prevailing circumstances outs dc projects must i • run by Governthese schools, this guarantee-, m .„t I don't i that they must __ frustration The present Adminii,*. Government iBSBtred, Thi< 1 populariy accepted as being in the nation confronts the laegislalurf* tee is also His I xcellency's view best English Conservative tradiwith repeated resoluUons for the when In a s artling proposal 'in. depends on the local expenditure of huge sums of (startling to ihe Government knowledge of the best English money for any Issue except the Party) he acce, *H i principle a tradition. which abolition of unemployment. When policy of Government sponsored spect is slight it comes to that their maximum Joans to private enterprise. Shades be seventy thousana Q f N.. on Street; how could he! At least one Administrator refuses nprchensive grasp of the .-ry fundamentals, his mm. tal analyst* af the nnancal and atomic measures essential to ihe progress of the Colony, is. by popular consent, imprevuve Whether his speech will be ledge I It Is significant that the speech seems pointedly avoided any specl'lc dollars political comment, and this, whe.i rumours of Ministerial Status are >o prevalent in Party circles. Jn a welcome contrast to the known policy of the party in power. His Excelle.icv leave* no Firstly doubt as to w-hat in his opinion Barbad The present project at Scawetl is not considered In the writers' opinion a project for the unemployed; and for two reasons Puerto negligible number of lo lhc SQUar are employed in relaot ourBi nas to be ideologically Isolated by his principal legislative advisers Bravo, Governor Hlco. wnose population lie Is only half that ... ...mured an industiial hould have priority in Barbados, tion to the massive expenditure.— development ot Canbbean, if not i have found that the determlnsas an un< mployment project thii Hemispheric importance This HOT uf prlorttaM is a most dlfflWOald bs exactly the reverse remarkable development haa been cult problem, but there is one Secondly, our expenditure of hug* entirely <;<.\. mment inspired priority which I suggest is lnessums should never be utlrzcd fot Munoz Mann, now Governor, one capable. That I* to ensure that temporary employment That type t j m ,. political leader, socialist economic development—the develof expenditure may suit countries p ,„bably, but where Puerto Rico opment of production — Is given where huge unemployment numis concerned, realist primarily, will its proper place at the head of bers recur with the economic trade ,„, d own ln history as the greatest "he queue, for without fulfilment cycle of "depression proportions. Caribbean Statesman of the cenof Its purpose gmta* community where a subtury He gave every conceivublt national wealth, there can be little stantlal proportion of the employconcets i on i 0 invite industry into hope of substantial development of able are permanently out of work. n(s country" *•* Puerto Rico has trie s.-ial :-ivic BBd ii.iili. Kv:v per.i.'. % %  '.. I'll-" I '" %  ,.,,. ,,-.-,.( | .. hlev.rr.f ,• slandard of living which 'his compound "we can afford to borrow. t haa i UBt announced its intentior. should have priority In schemes (urther to canvass labour for Its of productive employment where p^^ on y,,. farms and p i anU ,. idltmns obtain ^Permanent Uon of he Un(frd stiltw( j^,,^ unity seeks In this paper on Sunday last, was Editorial to which that quotajobs. A minimum of' £100,0M lion from His Excellency's speech from revenue should be annually may now be considered complementary. It dealt with ui.employment, and Its concluding paragraph began with these words. "Time Is running out. Action cannot be postponed" That summarises In earmarked" for putting the unemployed to work ily half the popuot Barbados to the And theirs ii latlon density square mile. If we hope to gel industry we must do all Puerto Rico has done, and if possihle more. Everv from direct tax withheld, every concession denied. mdernn the unemployed His Excellency s comment secondary industries. I am glad to ,""..' ... note, does not accept what this !" pregnant sentences the paper Implied In Sunday's leader. urgency of the unemployment that the absence of minerals holds .Ituatlon in Barbados. For about out poor prospects for industrial./.3JJgiJ5J£. lf ^ h ,, no *£d fifty lobs two thousand men will atlon. One cannot IM> opposed to ">*_ %  *[' ^^d^oS^rf^t* rush into Cavans Lane; struggle. His Excellencywise preference human ty idrmUIHn of spin. •osc shirts, riak suffocation and for a number of small indu.ti.c* •>* %  PP' n . "' '^""^ l "i_ being trampled, although the Job* to any one big enterprise, but why !" *5JJ n *A b^Sldm^ui I'llei", are specifically advertised for not let on grab one of the recom" Seamen with papers. It is Just mendatlons of Ihe many expert* hope, even against hope, that for secondary Industrie!. "luates these men. The lallousreferv und corruption of Indiffer%  %  r11 i I %  .i -II ini'V.ileiil In some socially depressed areas, has not even touched our people. They deserve lo be helped that sooner or lalcr must demoralize thimi utterly Their Idleness stands as an accusing finger poised Excellent v's cautionary censuring^y at Ihe conscience of (.. tha Harbour scheme the leadership of IhU country If | hould be well (Krtidered. He is His Excellency nall/ed thai we not opposed lo the scheme, but cannot achieve pmere*s w ihoul ireful measurement of his the cure of unemployment; but ll^TT"' i • i words leave-, this scribe at least we will never achieve it if our payment can be termed J^Jimm^mg^m^gt ^^ ^ hat capital we mav I* able b.v a collection of ideolo K isis at Sitting On The Fence li A .llll.Mil. I '.tllillilis m ii to create a happy country .... So let us go forward together with courage and resolution towards that happy country." Sir Staffard Cnpps's Budget broadcast. MAYBE a hundred years from now A happy nay will dawn When men will ask "What's income tax?" And me and Crlpps are gawn When men ill ask "What's income tax When no one's earning money?" And mghi and day will laugh and play And live on milk and honeyMaybe a thousand years from now Shaw's superman will reign A man who lives on little pills; Is little else but brain Who's never neard of income tax Who's never heard of money. Whose sex apll is almost nil Who asks "What's milk?" "What* honey' i.il thousand years from now In agi.s dark and dim No man o. superman mav^livc: No it. no he no him. No living thing ir>ay walk the earth Nor ilv. nor swln.. nor crawl. The >kv the sea, the i-id may be Chock full of sweet dam ell. So do noi grudge that extra houi Those taxes off your pay Each sacrifice brings nearer still The happy, far off day When men will not pay income tux Or earn their dally bread Nor eat, nor drink, nor plan, nor think Because they'll all be dead. HUSH A BYE JUNIOR An American doctor complains lh.it American children won't listen to mother's lullabies because they're not up lo date and realisUc. IF you don't go to sleep this minute. Elmer. I shall sing you a lullaby. Aw, pee, Mom. "HL-h a bye Baby on the tree top." Yeah, and I know rhe reri line, loo. All right. Elmer. If you're so smart, what is It? "Hush a bye Baby on Ihe Iree fop, u-MIe Momma poes out u'ith a puu to bebop." How dare you say such a thing, Elmer? You know perfectly well Momma never goes out wllii anybody but Poppa. So Hd mill. II y pl.u %  • i iilniost everythlng else that Is less Important. Of course II's Excellency Is right In his choice of priorities, u^. ...... JU --. ., —--There ( ..n IKno priority over the try One for preference that doctrine of the class struggle which assurance of a livelihood for subsupplies material to be finished il accepts, does no* acknowledge slantial numbers of the people. In the greater manufacturing that the progressed the community Why build more schools to turn centres. Such a secondary industry U out more educated citizens when needs something he present workng .^pltal we can borrow, why not class party to implement His let us concentrate In a big way Excellency's economic directives; upon one major secondary Industhat party for convenience of tlvpi-ovisi.-ii Is being made apparently even contemplated for Iheir employment The practio of earning a livelihood can in Itself he educative The hundreds of bo; dependent upon Id be the suppry of varn and encouragement to pr v, lire Just completed is the transfer )oUI-'upped "itala Palace: "This from Lhasa of troops of the Dalai vear wfil see tie end* of peace.In Lama, with two batteries of 30 ihe Lands of Poo." year-old mountain guns and a few Reports frors IJiaa say the ren.odcrn Brens. to the province of cutting target is an Increase of Tsang. home territory of the exihe present li.000 regulars and Ued Panchen Lama, pawn of '.ho iMilitia to 10O.*>0. If there are not communists. lough guns tc go round, they will borders of Eastern Turkestan i.ssian force* have completed, a iring ofmountain forts and tsirc %  rilelds. which the^ have p.ist anded over to the newly arrived Chinese Liberation Forces." Ono of the airfields la within 100 mile-. Kashmir. this y.rsss ripsaw ^-. skirmish are a pair ot omni|otent enthroned little boys— relncarnatDaVa'l **l lamas. In conical nats and i-and-yellow silk gowns use swords anfl spears. Medieval reiruiling sergeants— Mr-capped, kiee-booted. swarthy i-.irruigMl pouj riders with plaited hair and silvtr daggers at their he I ta—-have arrived at TibeUn ullages along nearly 2.000 miles of the Jndian border. Bait r>r Recruits Their recnutlng notices, roughnunareus ot mi.es IBROTUM; ly pVinteK^mbo.. pa,>cr. picSinin. Chamdo. and Jyekundo Neither has ever played game or seen a toy. or met fellow child. Both have alrea l> completed their studies in logic, philosophy, theology, and melawlthaul ever leaving their sllk-scarvcd thrones and bannered boudoir: The Dalai L u m a, Lhasa's KUprenie ruler with ihe qunlifl-d hen lama supporters, in)prova „, tne Senior Oracle. Panchen Lima, Is 12 But ttMJ are about tha only individuals t Tibet or China who know nothing of the threats and fears excluded in their names. They an SfU screenetl by their septuagenarian ,>( ii.fitThe Lhasa forces have deposed and transferred all the Panchen Lama's troops, police, and Government officers. Suspected Communists and militant Panchen lama supporVws ( ludl Into monastic dungeons The Chinese Communists have •built three v4artlme alrstrlpf. iun iSSSaSS^i^J, RBackground fob-co SSSTlea, „,.,! ,.^.ln. ,0fttfiSttSJSte*; Urn,,.hr. S.rvlc Often eiiouafi u riflh line. "WHKS dadda a tables daddus alu-aui teemed lo be out some place. Maybe tftOM oid timers irho torofe fhe l|h, I thought you said .... Old Man Grimjaw (raising his -iiht foot): Silence, sir By your ungenllemanly conduct, sir, you have outraged ihe hospitality of this roof. Get oul, sir. before I kick you out. sir, and never darken these doors again, air. (Hurried exit of Egbert) HEART TO HEART CHAT IT IS Incredible to me, dear, that you should have any iiualms about being a farmer's wife. I' think you are very fortunate. Indeed, to be engaged to such a worthy young man. You say his m inn'.rs are uncouth and that his| c]r>thes smell of p.g'i swill when he takes you out; of an evening. You should not be so particular, dear An honest man with an unpleasant odour is belter than a scented villlan. Try ammonia, dear, and look on the bright side | M-ripttoP i being For Your BATHROOM .. LAVATORY BASINS S5 X l 22 ' With or without PMrstal COOMBS BASINS with Pedi.l 4472 4617 III t KHI III STORKS INTERNATIONAL THE PAINTS GOVEB i mil nooi i\. iMivrs OANBOLINEANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT-Ior galvanized iron roofs. 37.20 per gallon tin (Imperial I. "PROPELLER" READY MIXED OIL PAINT—tor wooden shingle, asbestos cement, uni aluminium roofs — 34.95 per gallon tin (Imperial). Iiislriietiona for iv: Oalvsiuied Iron. fSLtHi *' rk 1 ".""*' 'iS ut '* "• veathcr lor at least a year before painting. Then apply I coal of paint. Porprevlousl, painted work, if the surface is In good 1 SySTfri""! *23i *P"< nd "W'y I "l of paint. 'or previously painted work, if Ihe surface liin poor condition, rub down thoroughly, clean, and apply 1 coat of ••International" Red Lead Graphite P,i,„er. followed by 1 coal of paint. Wooden ghlnglt. lJtoSToluSli "J" ," '." ot .*" "'""rnational" Primer for WOHI, rollowed by 2 coati of paint condli',on V ",'!'u l, |"""" e i *""'• ,hc '""'" '• %  *<** condition, rub down, clean, and „pi,lv 2 coats nf point £ n r H,',f !" ' U ', y r'""" wo,k •<• %  *" %  U In poor condl on, rub down thoroughly, clean, and apply 1 Voat of pa"„"""' al P m fnr Wood '''"< W • "S Asbestos Cement I and ap^'coaS'Tp:^' "* ^ K h ". -* Al ii minium. l-edTy rcoa't ofpaln', <" ' Ye """ Pf m <>~". " Tnd 'E2tf%g%%£p^ d " n U, " >U h,J <*•* %  Sliced' '"' prod f "I '"Icrnatlonal Pol.,.., Lit., an. bf —London Expreti Service. DA COSTA & Co., LTD. HARDWARE ABD ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT. FINE FOODS FOR YOU! Life Depends On Water %  WE can live without housi' 01 • %  { other too of hours mid minutes from earliest times It ll something we seldom thln.t provid.-.! men wltli olKgt Watei is common, easily trunsportatloni wilei accessible, und cheap. II is cheaper location of cities and than dirt. You enn buy, watet n form ol Ice wat* %  af atMaa, delivered by Up to-your ally lor cooling and praaarvi bath and sink, lor .' nlckle n Ion. walei i> the great determlnai I while jusi ordin, <\ dirt fill costs political boundaries, from a dollar uj>. and top^il come, ^^ t tt r S l Wlly l wh crisis occurs there n.durally is compeuil, that we rcaliuour do|>endnce twa uixm water Even then we mostly Um take -itoPB.U' meaMires such as federal governments B1u1 ste| prohibiting ihe watenng of l-wns aneTeMabllsh prioril S ^ultm, ofl II .upply for a prohibit rtreet washing, oi ie< rjw hours %  da> o] In New withdrawal for atari York recently, go.ng without shavgeneratlnc. or ration the juppi Ing on one day a week mdusiries. h i naragniph. here arc ten ot , .,t water. Our disregard of the Import the prim I hill. .JiH Water Is benevolent, "hen denses lo form clouds, and lal^r run-olT, and thjg i,1 ,J\properly Mi.mi.Red. It can be pro fulls back to the earth as rain A .tviitmn SSuSP5ueGt and will support prosperIt is oovious that Iheiv i "T.-oucommunities .1 Its flow is Rain which falU on the land is use in crying for ram if we allow if-is wisclv used Our water problem* disposed ot In some or all of four il to wash across our fields and '. '.,! the outcome of our efforts to ways: nome evaporates directly, make its quickest way to the MM adni.1 ,IUI phygtaal mviniumanl to some is held In the surface soil along some river bed Mms orta! Maids, BBd subsequently evaporated oy limited comprehension has wa ted cal rain forests and swamp land .lie unlit for permanent settlement. Even passing floods make life miserable for many cities and farm districts. Extiana _(np re.ni deserts over the fa.-e late rivers and streams. The of Ihe cailh and devastated m.. amount of rainfall available for dustrial areas. m d-nanrti upon H i--"" ^"' """•"' l "' n '" "" %  "'' IX ^^22^ There is, without doubt. ^.of hydmlogy ,wh,eh Is concern^ atmUon in I( | aril to "f^' V". water in many parts of the world. (eograph.cal Svulctty „, drm kllb i P or (lllK rwi>P usable water Is fast becoming lha That part of the rainfaU that is m "!-"f ^ tor ">." .P a n"" absorbed bv the ground is of verv ' <'ncu lure and Industry and the growth of communities. Many m -Ity and town that only a few ,, one use" and anoihe, S. .„', with the p.onertie, and dlstr.bu %  "* Jjjjjj municipal or provincial J* lion of water) was taken in reecH J''; and ,n It was recognition of the m ,; |h uiiiil.ution and tnuWDOfl ol wiiler obev a fundamSQtalla* Of etpiilihnum. This reis called Ihe hydrologu * imi-.rtan... /eta. It 'leprcsenls the balance cf unl11 l oin5 lnP v sl "luierground ycar> aBO n(l(| adequate reservoi. that exists between (1) reservoir of w.,:-i that exists under capac.ty is finding that an unoceans, lakes, streams and underpractically all of the earth's expected increase in population %  verv one "f which hai been the ft rainfall :.nd water luppl) nu i ground waters, (2i ihe solid part surface, it is this ground water, as ^j,^ lu wa ,„ up p| v> T he farm-r hnii of hVDdnds ol volumes of fix-come a dangerous mlluencIn of Ihe earth, and (3) the atmo-It is called, that reeds springs and finds that he must dig deeper wells. iethnl.ll writing;: Moisture in the/our civilization. It lead, lo faultj phere wells II furnishes i n gomp places, where water is Lit Bnfceg 0TKS '/ ,ir ttmmtm drawn from ait.: 'irinkimf water la our greiileJ thinking about colon.zation and Water is cea sel SS Sl y drcUlaUng It dissolves ml ill Is being carried fn. from low* immigration, blinds us t<, ihe confrom the earth to the atmosphere the soil, thus supplying f,od lo watersheds to nil up th. SaUth asain. the plants. capacity, and leads us int" i UJ Judgments about the localakes, i iver.and OP > SSg of water ,.i%  and prospects of factories. .ir; this confor our use is lo intercept it in the most as bad as a shortage. Tropii grow only wl* Sis sea is the homu ol the llsh an' PIIM HUM. I'OW III III II MILK r. Ilh tin MIOH I! MEATS TRIPE — LIVER RAIiniT PORK SAl.'SAGES STEW VEAL STEW BEEF STEW 1 \-.!!', COCOMAI.I I'm. SPA fiELWTINE .. QUAVAS .. I^DY KANE .SOUPS Mixed VegeUblL uf Onions, Beef and ve geta ble Hioih llrNTI'.Irs MIXED FRUIT PUDDlNi; SULTANA PUDDING l'OKK„M VEAL LOAFPATE de FOIE J & It BREAD on in n IIIOU 1,O/H, Mt its



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i. %  after 10 o'clock an accident occurred on Dottlns' Alley, City, between a bicycle owned by Medford Hunte of Parish Land. St George, and ridden by MacDonald Walrond of Airy Hill in the wine Parish, and another bicycle, owneti by Leslie Nurse of Mansion Road, Bank Hall. The front wheel and fork of Hunte's bicycle were damaged. HPWO .MOTOR LORRIES belonging to Messrs. General Traders Ltd., Staple Grove, Christ Church, were Involved in a collision on Sunday at about 7.30 a.m. on St David's Road. Christ Church. The radiator, fan and right head-lamp of one of the trucks were damaged. 'TMIE IX>SS OF three boxes of M. potatoes valued $10 was reported by James A. Tudor, He reported that the potatoes were taken from his residence "Lemon Grove". Weslbury New Road on Saturday. A CRICKET MATCH was played at Highland Grounds on Sunday between a team captained by Carl Drakes, and another skippered by 1. Dawson. The game ended In a draw. Drakes' team won the toss, but the entire side fell for 117 runs. In reply Dawson's team knocked up 106 for the loss of five wickets when stumps were drawn. Drakes captured three for 42 runs. G LADYS LAWRENCE of Christ Church was seen in difficulties while bathing opposite Denise Monlc". near Balhsheba, on Sunday morning at about nine o'clock She was rescued by Carlton Moore and Seibcrt laawrci.ee. both of Christ Church. B ARBADOS EXPERIENCED very dry week-end. Between Saturday and up to 6 o'clock or Sunday morning only one part of rain fell. This was in the Parish of St. Philip. On Sunday ami up to 0 o'clock yes(enl.iy morning a parts fell but 01 Ihta oeRf th parts fell during the day in one parish—St. John. The returns for IbM per lot during the night were St Thorn 10 parts. St. Joseph four pans St. James two parts and St. Johr three parts. TowriPlanning Inquiry THE T'llluwing text has been ssued by the Acting Colonial Secretary, notimng the appointment <>f Mr H. A. Vaughan to a Commission of Enquirv WHEHEAS by the Commission of Enquiry Act, 108. it is enacted that It cttall be lawful for the -:n-Exe when he had found him guilty of having gambled on Conchs Alley on March 18. Watson was charged along with Brandford King and Claris Bourne of Culloden Road. King and Bourne pleaded guilty, but Watson who admitted being nearhjy at the time of "the arrests, denied that he had been gamliling ime. The It wait disclosed that anyoneMMUM time. The Postmaster told the "Advoate" that though at the lime of losing it was nut possible to ascertain the actual amount of stamps sold, he was certain that the sale had been a big one having regard to the consistent demand throughout the day. This barrage of purchasers was ntlcipated he said, and therefore plans were made to get .hums or king as smoothly as possible and to the satisfaction of the public. Two ladies were called upon to sell to those persons who only wanted sets of stamps and there wag an abnormal demand for these. They Just vanished as it were, he said. In a shnit time no less than about live selling points were established including one in the informal ton Branch. He thought the work had been performed splendidly and to the sjtisfactiun it ihc publK. The rtamps are of twelve denonrinattOfsl tanging from I cent to two dollars and forty cents. The •icllinK of the issue also beiMN II! l:nKI.,' .1 1-1. Crown Agents for the Colonies the owner, under the 190J—4. %  upant, or caretaker Petty Trespass Act "Just Taking A Walk" FRANCIS WEBSTEK of Church Villa**, St Michael, was sen'i'i.u'1 to It days' imprisonment with hard labour ycaterdav bv "I. Worship Mr D. D Morris. ShM found guilty of Marina In "th Avenue. Belleville. ith intent lu comml*. an offence. Webster was seen about 1140 pm In 7th Avenue. Belleville. king around at. the bouses He went to a fate and began tq open it but was arrested When asked what he WM doing tliere that time he said he was just taking .1 walk 'Moneku" Biwk For Overhaul The motor vessel Moafk. atal an absence from the isUisl of OWV six months, sailed to Nf tlie Cn-eenasje yesteria> The M— fca with its sister sh\p C.'ribbce once made regular call* ban, Av least once e\vi. tu. weeks it wan in port with passengers and cargo chiefly comprising fresh fruit and cabbages from Dominica Then* it changed skippers, and Captain Hinson. the m>w skipper, began trading with Curacao and Aiube, The main purpiwe of UM Mon rk*' visit Is an overhaul After a year of Maxb s tiling, ttaa boitorn needs cleaning, and IBM shin minor repairs Three passengers who come up j with her from Curacao said that they enjoyed .hell trap up The weather was very fine, peiniutmtha isaaael to covei ,iu> > %  >.-! iron. Grenada hen^ in one a... V.VW.Vs Fresh for youi Pets! PIRINA DOG CHOW PIRINA BABBIT CHOW h Jason Jonas & Co, Lid DUtrlbaUra. 'Polick' Up lly End Of May Divers did not work on lh< r.iUch yesterday. <)n Thursday la.-.' wt>k hitof sails were liroiighl up and pi--...I out tha biu kUhg formal 1 c-ccupied by the Departmeni < Science and Agrieultoie This is only .1 arrangement until other pecotn modation can b"found the Advo esle was Informed yesWrday. Bad Brakes OSCAR WOKHE1J. Of hrj Land, was round guilty of driving the motor lorry M Ml 00 II.ill -s Ito.id, ., highway, *itli IraMBeleni brakes on Februuiy 3. Mr. A. J H. Hanschell ordered him to pay a fine of £3 111 two months or in default one month's imprisonment. 30/FOR GAMBLING CHAHLFS KlNfi. a labourer of Black Hock arM fined 30/by Mr A J. H. Hanschell yesterday Prince Alfied FLYING FISH SCARCE Flying Fish were ve die Public Market yesterday evening The fishing boaU that re'urned between 2 and J p m brought in mostly shark. On Sunday evening Hying fish 1 .'ere so plentiful Dial thev were selling at threiOBnU aactl bu yoartaTday avanlnsj || ml '..ill al H VtlAKS AOO ADVtH'ATi:, MAY I. 182k 1 baUaya thai the daath of Mi Wailiiiigt.Mi ll.1tp.-1 will !>.. felt b> iiii m loai lo tha 1 ommuniti i. Harpar, tha rniichteii.'.1 City ralht 1 and Vaatryman v well known h, SVaryafM, and there can he Mr) lew who have noi come to root-mse In him 11 man <>l conapieuatn h ash ol p tir poaa wide %  i.vinp.ilhie-,. anil voiiud jud. ment wild ., tOUCtl of mnills in the ihreetion ol social life C.OC II NATURAL G A S WHY? IMPORTS YESTERDAY Over 1.322 bags of fine sail along with ample supplies of beer vermouth, and onions arrived from Liverpool for Barbados Sunday. These were the cargo of -s Interpreter. The Interpreter brought a varied cargo. Biscuits, stoves cod livi oil, enamel ware and hardw were other items Included in the .cargo. On Saturday, the Flaater called (rota Curacao, and Trinidad. Iv cargo Included rtfsBO, ftan paste, machinery, cycles, mo'oi paj v bolts and sU-el bars. Both venae's operate under the Harriaon Line. Arriving here yesterday morning was the Shoo.ier D'Ortar with ll tons of firewood, and 500 bags of charcoal The D'Ortar cam* Iron* British Guiana .-: %  L Tha .w HORHIS Sts U | su with a brUli.ni pfr a a as yjM waiul sjsjsjsji .-*> IIBH saghw. 1 .. al asau • *uaia tha aajaawai •! d U rssHI—lly ipr| It it • Mf >af . la*osadat froat 1 %  MM MS"DMSt re*d-holding Inrihuil kjdnvlii: bnkm !•• pss km i a slepBSMg, wkl dM> *IHM |IVM fall >Wwi of ro*d and UaSc. tmi Bgka mr* sassftag gh-ss wstpln* MS I W I SOS raaoow srlviag 'aUgM. la aMMktiaa M all IMM fastam Uwwa b. of MM, UM UWUIMNUI UURR11 % %  flail 11 T l| *yd. Mui r-iakibrr. Iss Us sssl km avkssp esn*. ic itx a BTOM M 11 1 VIN-. OOHI I a Course of It EX A L 1 RISMA-f.kX STOMAOal HMrasflal \\v |ln oner these I HE\ \tA. PRODUCTS (Oil I.ltl.R OIL KMIXHION I in i.ilatahle form Suitable foi chil.lieii and adulU COLD AND INUI tN/A MIXTl'ltE SVKI V Or HYI'tlPHOSPIIITKS .... KNIGHTS' DRUG STORES FOB I • >. 1 1-l.iiMi 1 1 CHH'K THIS LIST NOW! I.S' HOYS' 1, BOSK— C.rcv only @ > .72 pair HOYS' SIIIKTS In ^l^i|M'^ ami phiin colour* 'u* 87c. 12.01. $2.42 and S2.S2 rach BOYS' K.TON CAPS S i' 2c. and 3ic. racli PLASTIC HKl.TS S Me. .. BLACK and TAN LACK SHOKS (Si.f 2—.i| J5.ll pair BLACK I.AI'K SHOKS (Site 2— i) M.S0 pair TAN LACS SIIOKS (She 2—5) S 6.20 pair KHAKI IIKII.L from H7r. to $1.12 yd. VIHI.S DM II I.IM Ss In Nu\i. Koyal HroHii Hrigr, Pink, QrMB, l.nlil. IVII.II ..ml White .i 2... Sic., and 7r. a Yd. DYED TOIIKALCO—ill WhiliRoyal and Navy. < llll.DION S LACK SHOKS In Black ami Tun (BhaN II—I) u Wl a pair OIKI.S' LACE SIKIKS— (Sirei 2—S) rn' S.ll a pair PANAMA HATS ',i< $1.02. fl.79 and SI.82 each BKRKTS in Qreea, Beig*, Brown Sox.-. Bed, Km ill .in.l N:iv> al SI 111 rach. /s m irio.xEHr Balers, Qataik. Peneltai glmpiaeia, Holders. OeUea I'l... ..HUM. K.li'rliriink und \Van-riiinii\ Fountain Prna. HARRISON'S BROAD ST. THIS CHAP LOOKS PLEASED WITH LIFE HE SMOKES "DOBIES FOUR-SQUARE PIPE TOBACCO. 99 THE FIHST LETTER to >SSM-JSSSSI I Adrocalc 'es FORT ROYAL I.AIIll.i: LTD Phone 238S Diitributort Phone 4504 Liberty of London ... The name alone i* your miaranliT ol Kine Fubrics. w.. hare INTLII fiPLN 1'IIJI i: Crease resitting .16" wide—per yd ( T 1 (j|) PLAIN LIBERTY LINEN (reuse rc-.isli.iu. in Shade* of <.reen, Siixr. Diirk Hrnvvn. I.ij.'hl firry, Ko%e. Heine. A|in. I....lit lllue. Pale Pink, Tan und (iniiiniin. W wide— JUT \A. ^IPHP CAVE SHEPHERDS Co., LTD. 10, 11, 12, & 13 BROAD STREET.



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i*\r.F six HENRY BARBADOS ADVOCATf. L-W ^l ^3f ^__ BY CARL ANDERSON I TITSDAV MAV 1. l3tl WCKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY Ta_* NO • -HE' -^ • VEV8 COQLIIS" %  IT CU3HT TD BE lACNDESC.,. FOX>) BY CHIC YOUNG THE LONE RANGER I COME (HSUVfR. NO*M SIM leCMPlV! WEU CATCH AT LEAST ONE Of wOlt MM) FRANK STRIKER .. €. I'LL TAKC TN pu a?*, T< MIDOLf &f ITl-Wlie* MWraofH-M '*J rASI HI'S GO* 6UM' N^PAUNCM IS f ASV ii.i.l BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC-MANUS I .A3SS-T.i<. ifi **f3€-''V i IgBC A*£> 1%* I %  %  %  M*flW A**CT MAVF BEF-. _OKI^. c-HgMjr <>%  inr.\'. _.\D PCO S-BUT AIL. Tnfi FOCO-Ahf'TB SOvkT A*COf. ij* ; a L. KIRBY TseRvES IH'M RK3MT. BY ALEX RAY .OND J WHAT'S TH '*Ajn *' %  &-N8LW 0(3 iDB* •. U* S?\ Tug ,\-CfcX M*t AR* *CJ R-'V v L .'. sufTord Pork SAHUIN • Pah IhOTT* Oxfmd Sa*ae l'..lr-th.-ri.<• i ambr u\i, SkanvatM Piiieapplr Jam (2 lb.) .. Marmalade Jim it lb.) ttarm .l..!r !.m ) INCE & Co.. Ltd. UIAL 7236 ROOUCK ST. mm MOMif LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC • iMtrruic A,,(,, f -|>i,. i. arturlfiTudJnihehome. %  Iwa.t rMd) c. render Srw m! when ao accident occur.. Never newifhoutthimfe. _. reliable ann..,,!,! ' that i* MI helpful in guarding ag.t.nit Infection, i..urine I AMHcptlc i real I htallh [".MO.II. i.fcccpn l> ::..„, >OL) r home. J B1 ,! — — Obtainable at THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK ft RAY I SUPPIHL %  : At mt £W [ \l* THk lM£-\ a OONT U) (TOTUE PURU6U. 0 AtWAlP S 3 VVHEBtARE WhOSr WHO V/AIM Wt TAKE THEM \ALt OUR WEALTH. MOORES 'iFWEIWFUSrTHElR" Apr iwtwnL t*eiov, .1; OIR HAPi y FEE PAYiAKoON! 0 jlOGT WHO WALKS %  Wri' /•r from frt-ri/ Co// Hi Ot ? COLLINS Ltd. dF and wlrcl your Favnnritr Line S>oWMvta CJt


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TUESDAY, M W I M5o BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN <.* I HA Ml \ I NOTICES. DIED DOIOLAS ERNESTINF. 1 .WIN her residence. "O-Celta" Bay St m, S_nda> SOih Ap.-.l %  < JH am Hrr ***£ "S %  B '** !" 1 "" '•" afternoon at CD Ch Cemetery NELLIE DOUGLAS .daughter Chr. rt Chui lor l-ll. thence inrtands air invited. Mela Preacod. ILiUrrl Bealhwaite. l-lian Belaravc. Driaci.... Helen Fort* .Children.; Oi.rt r m cod. Biiean Goddam. 'Grande.iidirn Trim.tad Papei. |>'.HH cop% THANKS We the uruler.tgned bra lo thank all '-"*' %  %  < '' %  % %  '• %  %  latter, or in BBS ..ihrr ..s tOetr tvmpiihv . irii ... ( ., *"'" %  T Fon IJIVI MOW* ',, "• %  tln *. rUn.lahrt freer. Hay ha SISS !" **^ %  • * %  %  not** ih heal., • %  ••on* SB4S ,, ,.., ,. GRAND VIEW -Qa*-,rnm*nl ll.ll. k%  -> io Ociooar. Appl> r C W 4 SB -to i irn r HAMILTON n i.n*d ] 1 „ „„ *>. Apply lo Mia* Itavlrv. tl.i.thw. Ft l.inii Dial 1144 M In Kalol. BfM .n Mr A< ft*. %  Fraiai Mr .(, | Wai Mt At Mr. Uilhai as W--In CAPT EDMl'Nn LEON JORDAN u VenetlM 1. It A eerelY all hi* nit-i vr.i. .' Ha ~i% % %  SI Mich*. iiill. r*l and afla hJM M UEL. JOH11AN n >1M In i \nr.r. COOL IUNIU •* m pe. ... nn ih " • %  .1.' art. | .-,.. s..,. 'Lie* Rock ft j,, irn...r.ed or unfumlahnl 1 bedroom ~ 'is modern convenience* Oaa InjU!i*d for rooking ApplyEh*c Court, listings H4.M~l.fn '"'-' NT l*ptr Bay si 0 M N4W -iverl Tor particulars apply HelrieldNest door. 1 S So i„ ri in M s;us IN MEMORIAM In loving mernur) of our dear n..>1l..r and artndmothrr. FMIRFNCE MATILDA llrlATllWATTE who departed Ihl* life on IMMol Ma>. %  ••It Two tears have paurd ulnce thai *ad dar. Whan one wt loved was called aa<. God took her homr n . ||i. mil. Bui in our hearts the liveth •nil Elhel niathuatle •daughter >. Elkren Uiathwatte 'grand daughter. AUCTION You place lod -t %  HkMkr, Rum. Gm.and included, tn in* srvoral I • %  .I DAHCV SCOTT Got IN VfeMJ %  I daa> belovad Fjth and ll.ii.j;id JONATHAN HERBERT OHI.ANI-1 QPUM p.rtad (hi. Ufa on Ind May. l-* Salnta ili'inn-l ... Hold Commumon aUU writk m Still with U a bwyond tha y*\\ Pralilnd. ptaadiny .ithoui rail THE OIBBS FAMILY 1 5 SB—In FOR SALE CAR. Auatln. >u Oln-dci. It II |f I >4-*lr.. adlualablr >loarlr hwl. f.-.l int. aullMaB filled lo luggo** loinpaitinont. only 13.TOO mllra. ounn drivrn. 1 ipara TJTH A.I condlUon, oRrn to S H. Bft-tw. DtaJ asu %  m la CAR—Ft.rd IS h.p rrborad dilTcrrnllal. imUn-y. clutch. All pod workUiaj ordrr **• % %  00 or 1. S Kim, C,o llr-1.1 % %  ivimviio Bt 2 1 ddsro REAL ESTATE BUNGALOWA aubManllal Will Hun(Wtow. \.-< .ndjii on thrao tdr.. DrawIIJ % %  Bit. cocnoincd. I b-droom.. kuchri. MOa, panirj. tolkrt and Barth Water and r.iwic aarvagaa. Frull and coconut ;mi* on approaimabily on* aria of Li d b'trunce In Marine Garden. Cap. oupwite Hotel Royal Apply to Owner 0O IVrnnatfront 4 pm. lo S p m w K> u ndart, Wcdnaadaya and Salurday. (,., sn'pwtlun. thereartar waled orler ,., mtm f as so an LAND rWoo or tour, apota with utiuwd m Falrfleld I*nd. Tudor Bridie Gap, S(. MKhael Appl> lOoHTONSituate In P.f* Road. Bt. Michael, atandlnf; „, tr „ "iu.ufeet of land ri>* Ixxiee U built of alone and conUna callery. drawliuf. dlnlrif. .lit ma; "'."', '"""•"' %  -l room*. Pantry. .Iichep, c and bath downataira. 4 badlooma <3 with runnlnf water) upatalra InapectMn any day (except Sunday* t< at > p rn CAB Po'.llnc ConveitinbM Coup* ocraUnnal four paaaengar In d 001 o"** 1 Reasonable price far quick rial*. Phone CAR Mom. fi p 4 door Sedan in A I Mechanical condition Newly o..iui rd Fort Hu>-al Garaiie. f S%0 n %  Al*70TT--4WtUBlo at (ha ntre*n< i'-—I. Chriat Churoh. atandlni on I1JM S.|uare Feet of land, with rldM of *a* lo Wor.hlna; Beach The >.-..it* contains BaJlary. drawing n.d dlnl-wi rocra. ttvrm bedroonu. j pantry. :.*chei. a>-i uaual out-offlcaa I Oaraaw and •ortante' rooma In th yard Inapectloh on application to the laruini 'Mr* Watklna ovary day lecn>t I SundaVBi betwaon the houra of 3 and < p.m. The ..l.ovc will be aet up for aale at I public competition at out OnV* In Lucaa )*irret en Friday the Mh of Nay IMu it 1 p.m. CAJUUNGTON a. SKALY. emu f.M.^ V- Ford aaaflcM pi radiator good irtrt %  haft, ri %  X. -i Trafaldar Street auto Tv.e OOMPhoue MM. M 4 90— 1 f n KUX-TWCAI. — Immerawn Iteatar* Thaa will warm your wi'.-i for %  having In a llHy Drof In and aa* lham John F H.it..i Limited aa 4 w in PUPS. i.. Pup*. Applv 3104 or J144 M 4 SB—7t. i umi 11 Navy Garden* Ch. Ch. -•..,%  bedroo 1 -q feel -n.i Can be aeon al an) IT* by appoii men! Apply C. A. Pelrce %  %  BM I r749 I* 4 Mi Tn. All THAT certain meatuaie or itore known aa No 40 Roebuck Street slandtof on 1TM aq It. of land. The buiidlnv: ha. been rerenliy remodelled nud renov.ited lru|-ntlon on a| Inf. oppoallc PlantaUom SUaet or Phone J0M EAR P LUGS—To keep inarrt Ih II obHltrated Motl ." able for Re*lHotel*. Bo.udl KNIGHTS BMW WORM M 4 SO-In FLNTQIT PAINTS— BnuaBnapn KarHtaraon Incomparable Foreat Green Sun prool KEYSTONE White and colour*, ipeelal prUnaia, dlatanipera Palnia PS M gin. Dlilamper O So gin. %  %  A BARNES Co Lid. 4 i Her*. PIANO-One Mendel anhn> PWno. if"" (nndllK.n InapecUon at the Medica Supertntendant Quartera. General HOP pltal Dial BOS. > fO—an PtSlFUMEB — SCANDAU MY SIN AKPCGE. MoMFNl sri'HEMI UtOl AMOUR SHANGHAI AU KNIGHTS DRUG '" B, £ !" •AlefTp 1 C I Spccl.l nffer Oloaa *W Ha. B 45 per gallon Come and get ihim. A BARNES ft Co Lid YANDLEYS Bond Street Perfiin Lavender Water. Cologne. April Vol Perfume, lartu* Cologne. Fore P..w* PIHIH lOllMS NOTICE FAJUH" OP BT. PETIB Wanted by U> Pool **,.P !" ***""?! for lh AbTiahoua* a fully quallBad Nuraf .•oablo of taking charge of Midwlf> Salary M no per monlh .._._„. Appl>ranta mu#t pra-enl themaelve. with Birth Certificate and credential* to the PMO at hi* rea-lanc* Ro*e ill*. Petar on or bJore April Nth up Id 10 Signed 0 ^Y^Srf^h.. H U^he ...tentlon nf the Vratry of the Part-. of Bt Andrew to be c-uaed to b* in tioduccd into the Houae ot A*e*rnt>ly of thii laland a BlU lo aBhori*e the Y-atr, to borrow a aunt "? %  %  % %  C 1 000 0 0 for the purr— o*J* >>, *f ,7.1 ^iw mof on the P".* Church d f„providing *q.upm*..l 'P-w. trte /,• the narw chapel ab !" .t to be "'•_'' M Slmnna. the loan to cm '"**** Ve-t.v Clerk. St Andrew St BB-an n 4 Mk-dn The undenlgnod will oBer #r aal* tu '"dillc competition at their office Jamrsr^eet. Bridgetown, on Frldiy the lath KB* 1SU. al a p.m. I acr* 1 rood. B J i*rche* of land al Maxwell, near Ton Itoch. Chrtrt Church. Thl. land whtc. .. on the public rood h.-i. .. f %  %  fead. and farea th* bungalow recanth iiillt by Mr. M. L. Harrlaon For further particular* and condition' ol aale apply to HUTCHT4SON A tlANTiri-D Solicitor*. Jamao SUeel PERSONAL hr^eby warned TTfj; Pl.'RIJC LBOTTU llAHKEH IIBW JOHDANI M I do not hold myaalf raapondbl* for h*>o< iinyone elaa contracting anv debt or deht* in my name unl !" In %  written Order *lg*ied by me Sgd CHAHI.ES CIJIMENT IIAHXZJt Mh New One) THTC PVB1JC are narrbr warned -a.'Utat giving credit lo my Wlf* CONST ANCX IAUC1C BAYLRY I nee KRATIIWArTEi a* I do not hold my.ell reaporurtbl* for her or anyone elaa contrartlng any debt or debt* In my name uiwcaa by a written order .Igned by me Sgd CARl.TON C BAV1.EV Mill Yard. Button. HIII. 8* Michael S B>— In THE PUBLIC are hereLy warned %  rainat Bln credit to my wife EIJUE ni*ST_V THOMPSON -on* alar conbractlng any debt or debt* In my name unleai by a written i d*r ugnrd hsnSgd WAI-TTR THOMPSON. Contaeit. SI Thomaa TUT rVBLIC are hereby warned n'ainat giving credit lo my wife CLOS.L-iA RATSON me* Hamn at I do *.t hold myaelf reaponalble lor her or iivyorw alee contrartinaT ant debt >r i-t* In my name unieaa b IIOJT *urned by m*> Sgd HAWIX C BATSV.N ( -ry Hall St Philip I.OVT A HUM" HABARIMIS I\N(V MOI.ASwrS 1'KOIII I TIOS VMl I \ PORT MAT! 1937 AND 1S9 Under the jioc-vc Acts, the Fancy MoUssea Control and Mjrkrtinc Board has allocated the following amounts ol Fancy Molasses to Umanufacluted for toe purpose of export by ihe plarttaUon i and lactoties named. These allocations ate subject to approval bv the iovernor-in-Executive Committee at Ihe expiration of seven days lorn the date of this publication — Naase a PlanUtWn or Fseisry Wase Ca lls— Bt'Ile and Waterford H6;>.000 Cliff 3M.S00 CoUeton (Si. John! 368,000 Fair View 388,000 Frere Pilgrim 181.000 Gibbons and Ealinj Grove 423,500 Harrow 272,000 Kendal 526,732 Moncrleffe 213,900 Newton p466.000 Spencers ...... 183.825 P. Fartayriea Ajidnws 917.449 ItatTBHjtai S0.UOO Pool 149,089 Sandy Lane 200.000 ToUl 5.360.595 POST OFFICE NOTICE AIR MAILS Air M.iil* for the I'mled States are dosed at 9 00 A M on Saturdays and n*t P.M. which is a print. %  %  sner m ihe l\as! Office Notice o' 18th April Moils are also close.1 for the United States at 11.45 AM on Mondays and 200 P.M. on Wednesdays Letters for CANADA for despatch on Tuesdays must be routed vi. Trinidad untl Ihe higher rate of postage affixed, namelv 30 cents fatt '? M LOST tE TICKET ..—return Bki— While of My lrda Hill. L-rorl*h Village OFFICIAL NOTICE II 111. .s N I'l RM'ANI f < M\Nl I lit I n,. I Hi I ml ; with their Tilda i live BBtMB *• ail pn • %  Incitnibraitcr ol the Del.tidanli o clock in the afteriu I—(..re ba* and ranked according w otherwtw MS peraona will be precluded from th.. M-nefli Ue u aald propeiiy H, i„ -. aaprlvi it> thereof ri.i%  iioLMAM WIIUABI 1 SYDNTE1 JOHN ALUEHT WII4.IAMS and IIOl MAN EI'OENP WH.IIAMS .11 ...t.nj % %  ., BanBi ;.i ana ..< UMHI eonai %  .... J F,..,„, [KNEtT HFIGHTON 11(1^' M I i II \r .rrtam piece or parrel of land .Muate Ihe t lit ..i nndaei.-wn and I.land ..I Harbado* oiea.ureme.,1 i*fh Sara hundred aiul abrtal iFiereal-iut. BtiuitiiK ,,m Unimting on ainda of one Mil Rill. S*h.l ..„ land, of one Cummm. o, street on land, or Keren Hewitt and on Ba*tei< Road ot Ihe *aie inav abut and Unind loaeihei with the <1 lhere..n em-led and all and .insular olher ihe tn.ikluuf on the the uid parcel of land erected and limit .indi with ihe appurtenance* and ill ALL THAT certain piece ,.r pBlL ". 1^"'! "!'" %  %  "neap-ide In the Olv Of R-ldaetown ind bland i ','" > l "niaining by ad"aiurentent ninelrrn hur>drrd and quare feet or thereal-.ut. abutting and bounding on land* now or late of J E Maeon. Loui. Bar) f lb* Parochial "V! !" 1 "* n %  '"" "", '•''• %  T N Hall ana aaj n, t pu i„,r ,„*\ logcthcr w.m "he^T 1 F how v '"', "'•* in *" '*"" 3*2 • bul • nd houna • maiilai olher the b'uiidm^r an^l'erect Ion. ^rThe^Vid 0 "u.*!rl *" land -recte-d and built .landing -..I I. ||uj ,). "ir .ulimm-. H Mareh. IHV i April. IBM II WILLIAMS Regi-tiai in t-haurery. %  n.lell WffS Ruad In in* by adare feet or raat| Knight. Ma—ii Hal) u.wever ale* riling houae ,nd ereellon. a and beina OFFICIAL NOTICE IAHBADOS In U* Annual Cart ef Appeal CYRIL BRICK" BHtWKS-Pla7nllfT CLARENCE BURTON KINO-Defendanl In punuance of an Order In thl. Court in the above action made on the *Tth day of Apill ISM. I give nolle* to all persona having anv ettalc. right or InterAll thai cerlam pm-e or parrel of lend -Uunle al King (;.'.n,r Rnad at.Tr.aid |n Ihe Mid paruh of Saim Mi.h.i ,„) ureiiient Twenty nmprrrhe. and OIIC half ol a perch be the .aine more or lea* unclutive of one perrh and one half n a perch contained In the Public R..ad hereinafter n|en lloned. hulling and ho.uid.uii nS landai asal ll.ell--n .lrceased, on land* of ('aniline Ox*t. on b.nd. of Mi** Martin and on Ihe Public Road called King George Road herein ifier mentioned or however else the •ante may butt and bound lo bring before !" "o account off their said claim, with meir •iinnn. document* and voucher*. I<> be examined bv me on an, Tueaday, or Friday between the hour* uf 1J •noon, and J o'clock In Ihe afternoon, al the mce ol the Clerk of live A.-i.t-i (\„„. >f Appeal at the COUtt ll-.u-e lliidgctown before Ihe 12th day uf Jul> IBM. in oidai h claim, may be ranked accord 'l i perwi i UM h—nil .. I rid In ili-i.i Mil I again*t the aaid property Claimant, are al... notiflrd that the* ,u.l stlend Ihe *a>d C.Kirl an Wcdnc* i> the llth day of Julv isso, ol IB rrtock am when their -aid claima Will be ranked Qlven under n.y hand thi. BTth dgv of prll. IBM rucn A* %  A-i, ol A p| SALE af Appeal. OFFICIAL BARRADQI la the AHl.taal Oar %  Eq.it.ibl.Junad 1'VRII BRICK HHOOKS Plaintiff 1-ARF.NCK lit'HTON KING Defendant Notice U hereby given thai by virtu ol an Order of the AaviiUnl Court ..i Appeal dated the a71h dav ol April IPS! there win be art up for aale to the high ..1 bidder al the ilrTU. uf the Clerk the Auutant Court of Appeal at Pit Court House. Bridgetown, hours of IS inoom and ) afternoon on Fndav Ihe 14 II thai certain piece or panel of land lale at King George Road If I siBlll SB %  aid pariah of Saint Mind aforesaid containing by admea.inent Twenty one petchea and perch be Ihe lame rnaeg of lea* Unlive or on* perch and one half ol a rh contained In the Public Road here. Her mentioned! butting BrH) hound lug land* of one Hretton decesssaL on Sm of Caroline Osier, on land, of Mi run and on the Public Id id called >g George Road herelnafler mentioned however elae the aame mahull B i>d ind and if not then told Ihe *atf prop' — "I be aot up for sale on every BUTFOR SALE TWll ATTRACT1VF BKAf'll BIILIIINC. SITUS AT '.innin \< ii ST. IE1J K PSHtE H.0BB AND Ja.OOil MARTIN GRIFFITH FOUR WINDS PA IT UMMJ in or Pr. %  to lirinsi iI SQ U SSasr* lo be aiaan .J i .-on Sfad %  ffgp OFFICIAL NOTICE SHIPPING NOTICES ihe afternoon at 'I i*re Ihe nd dav of June .' I ranked aorordK.j In the i>Ch pet—-. w II 1* a on or aauunat Ihe MI lei that .i. ckuma may ba ie*pectlvely ihe benedt. of any decree and ba PLAINTIFF CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS DEFENDANTS : THELMA N.HM.\ AC \TIIA ti: V.;NST fpalSHJ PROPFRTV AII TH\T aaaaaast %  %  .as %  IssiR b S ho...e caiie.i %  AMI1H1 loEi-ihet with Ih. land wher.ui 'he mmr atandand thereto .Uelown and l-land of BarbadiH. ... ... iei-eiit ITS" he the u.e more or lr~* Ilnnand bound rut i..peM\ ol the aaid Thelnie \. m the North and B-a1 • i ih* uui place iCut" and ou the South on V/elni^ton Sireet may butt aid hound together wit I nil ."her building* on trie -aid land erected an I bu.it Handing and bens Wit* 'he an mbelonging lo Ih* delandanta OFFICIAL NOTICE %  %  IN II I persona having o. ciam-iag any r.iair in ua aSe. I .reinetl* to bring brfi.rv BBS an accounl of thai vouchers to be e.-mined ba and 3 O'clock in tl.e -ll.tn,IN IBM. I i lir Ol i 1IANCERY hereby i.. ani or m l* real ..i any lien ..i % %  •• Limbrain* -leiitioned irhe piuperty ol the Defendanll lalma with then wllneaae*. das i Tuasday or Friday between Hat t Ihe Hem-trull..n OfKir. |V,hli. Building.. I MaISBO in ..rd.i thi-l such claint* nuiy be %  taluie and ptn.rHv thereof I.-I J from Ihe hcnerlla of any drcree ami be aid property %  I -iNli I .. %  IllMII MI*f rVAI.AMO LINt IJMITIU MANE LOfRi S b TSEVONM aarpactad to ar> ri-* at Trinidad from Aiistrsluui por-j about aath May S t CITY OP DlRPI-E' aalU Port I Irss April apth. Ad eta I da May Mh Mai i-.rne. May lam Sydney, May aSth, Brie• .ne. June tlh. arriving al Trinldal >n*ut 4th July. rSmrOwdoa aboul Julv Mh. Theaa vaasats hay* ampi* apace to* chilled, bard froten and general cargo Cargo arrapisd an through Bfua ol %  wILi tran ahlpment a| TTUikSsd t -i ftntiin Ouwna. Barbad>>*. Wind, .r.1 A, a-ewssrd Islanda. F.* further parttculara apply l'. KNEraS WrTtTY A CTWaTPANY. LTD Aganu Trinidad DA COBTA a* CO. LTO „ %  %  MBSB* • Tfca M V fBanTM '* %  > St i'-u St. Aruba. data u gi.-en The M V "Carlbbae" Ca 'SO >nd riiiiui Oaaal tea. Antigua, <| Bt Utta-Nevla. date ">U ba given B-W.I. Schooner Owners* ABBBCUUB*. (Ipr.) Tel. 4647 W Mcocu SiaonuJupCo. N.T. %  iii April am April •Vat, NKW T0BR SSBs-BTB BBBT* B'daa p| \ \:itDEFENDANT 1'HniTHTV AIL THAT rarlai und* ol Ventn.-t ireb in inn i".il> I'll and one t| laltrr B* Ui..l. ol Ctapham .... CYHII BBRRBJ BROOKS ,V DINE ROBINSdN p.... pan-el ol inianoni *ltuata at Venn ..r %  .land conlalniiig by aliiwn %  b l—i I I Ilie r pan.h ol I On. a. i. II Brt. land* ic publ the Ea.l OB %  *BSH 1 I u T and F D. I • T and -...1 Hi, %  me* and BlU Hied Id Mai. h. IBM nil \ 1 Ull I OFFICIAL NOTICE BaUBADOl IN IN Pt'RSt'ANCE ol Iht %  in or aiin-iuta the property t.. buns baton me an arm FBSB hlfl IS BB %  • % %  %  ..... b :ui-i. gg|i III I Ol H1 1 l.ill..'IV .1.. BM c i rabnsj boapi deprived at.lloned Hh.property .,! win. lb i n*MU ,nv.i ay or Friday taotwern the hour* of 11 Begi.ii..i. Of) r ,ni ItuiklinS' Of June IKJu In BBBBf thai -uch oltiBSS may be nd ranked anniiluig lo the nalur* and i II* ih.-nol > eapeellvelv i pe'un* will be precludeii Irom the brncflt. of anv deiree and be 1 claim* on or again*! Ihe >.iUI propeili MAHJollll. I.IHTTA III'KINSON .) .Iihcd actln* e.r, ..II n| Nathaniel Kvervlev deed. JOSH I A ISADORE DAFZA parrel .f butd canbllnlssl by Ftvi AcreM therealMnil* i.isei area conlamlng by adnieaam. (Eight A,re. ... ih. %  ill) part of the land. ..I W.wthina View the p-ruh of Ch'i.t Church and l.land aforMOMI lonuuning by admcaiiurriiienl Three Acrr*. Two Roods or Iherrabouls abutting and hounding on land* of the F.-late ol Nathaniel EvoTslay SS "AICOA ROAMER' l< A RltNNRRAKOA RANOKRNEW ORLEANS BEBVICS SMS. ^ *Mnd March *'h April !• h April Bth April Urd April 4th May -ni IMrtol MI Naasa sf ship BR. -Alcna Piignm" !? %  H* 0 •"•""•nl' I B Alcoa Pali lot NORTHSOUND Naaaa el bbip *S "Alcoa Pt anl" s %  Seabrtwaa" S 'Alcoa Puritan" CANADIAN BBRV1CB Balls Mastr.al 1 j^, ga| IrfS ISft Nay aath IsffajpaBBi I Anrfrta Barbadaa May llth MayUtti > % %  Barbadai rSf Bt i .i.re,„-c River Porta SI John. Ilallfaa %  t. Lawrenca Rlrar Port. IL John. Montreal hand* South Eaaterly i If if IT J. i. nan ..id on a K.nt I Of W r ol the .aid parcel M the agaafl may ab 11 m %  bevi .J Club on lao.1 on land, ol the Estate af i Si.ieen Feel wide at the I land leading 1M II 1 and il D.t.d nth April. 1 OFFICIAL NOTICE < lining iSrctlass IV i Li, Ctl ma .i ned bv t aft. i ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL He open. To-dary May and ipvi N... Q. V. BATSON ai ih. .oucher. I., lie eaam noon and :i ..'elo.in the ancrnoon • ll.idselown Wlor* lha .""h i J .. .i rat 1 lr*i*tration OrTk-e. %  ubhc lliillding*. 1 will 1 %  ii lalatis NEVNOUi i > Ml HirtCMIRaMJll l.le.S.-l I 'II IMITTIN I'BHTY *ll. THAT ..". %  i parcel .-I land situate at i in Ih* pin i h ** %  an I l.lanil of Barbad.n aforesaid ii>ienr.Hie acr* fifteen and a hall per. lie. ahull Ihe F-tate ol Sarah III... l ands I nf S E *n all but BOW of on* I least lei ..n Ihe I'.l.'i. Bsad fSH 01 i.-sd In oimii ni. II leei wide or howv. r rbh* the rime mav abul bound logelhi-i with Ihe rSK*aauaM OS uwolltng h..u*e and all %  '"• aopurlrianir rat | af H.lxidant 11*4 UP." March. IBM. %  .-..' Bv %  •. % %  %  i0 II WILLIAMS. <..„ %  BASKET BALL On Saturday. 23rd April, al Y M P (' Kn.ui..|s Mf> SehtMil di'fcal.-.i MaiiiMiii Culli'in 42—8 On Saturday. 30th Apul. %  Modern High School grounds Modmi llixh s. hi I dt r. ..ted Lynch'BssmrJaxj Icnoi I i; 10 The follnwinK re|.n BBJstl I M IIS In both (lamf*:V. Bkssttf Kapt). It Greavc M. Richards, C Holder. K t'orhi L Union. O. Trolman. 2 5.5—li EARTHENWARE DISHES. JUGS & PLATES You have to go far to beat our Prices t IHi; < IVIH Al IMI'OIIII I Broad Street. ceeding Friday until the same 1 Ban i*m i Dated thi. aru sold lor %  Ag Clerk ..I Ihe W.VVIIJI DRCGCIST An esparienred Druggi.i Apply by letter to General Manager. Knights Ltd St 4 3n noTTLKS -White } gill heer boltle* with cartons in good condition Mt each Carton Hanrhetl l^r*er. B CO Ltd >* 4.Ml-3n MISCELLANEOUS r*. JOffN JRAYTON CaneSeb w higtily rrctsmmenda Kenneth Car luuM an *>per1*nced Cook. Builrr OJ Crusuffuer and two young maldi Al. Bo'eaford Blarkriuin aa Chauffoer Tel* iono Sin j ] IB—sn NOTICE May. the Office Saturday Ih* Stth M-. Lpaiinj Srhool Neil Icrn? Sn | Career* The Harbado. Ail.. i aa a Sub-Editor Apply I giving full detail, lo Ul Advocate M Broad Street Cm** Hewmrd. II .SDAY "111 TilAV. at I FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD EFFKCTS Philip I Cn rll bj i ii.ion Al "KICKS", SI, umlture. Spring nile.1 and Tibre Mattregw.. Towel Baclt. Mirron. Cabin. •. OnnwehaM, Hanging Scales. Document Cabinet Cushion,, Icnni.-. Net Royal i .;..-.vi ,t, i Sprue, lleclinlng ( hair. Unoleum. large model Tor Mill. Mahogany and Ebony oecaaional Tables. Slate topped Table. Aluminium topped Table. Marble toppetl Tables. 1! Mahogany Dining Chairs. Mj.hogany Side Board. Mahogan. double ended Sofa. Upholster.-, Settee Mahogany and Bentwood Rockers. Cedar Wardrol.Mahogany Bedroom Furniture, M,ihogany, Manehinecl and Iron double, and single Bedsteads all kinds of miscellaneous Ite.iroom rurnlture, Medicine Cab' Inet. Shaving Cabinet. Marline Rack, Indian Hammock. Folding Cots. Westminster Chiming Clock. Microscope, Folding Chair., Rugs, and rrumy other Interesting Hems. Vie. lag mar.lni „f an. day arise to sale CASH ON I ALL OF .1 .'flu AL'CTIONKEIIS DIXON n 4 rlmk ^ ^ r Jt BOYS PLASTIC BELTS multl eol.L, Jfc t^, VELVET Itlltllt,v u, ,„, B1 cl Ntrj m 0rmm REAIirMADE 8POT WEAB POB I.AIIIES AT THE %  NIOAUsVAl DRESS SDOP. WILLIAM FOGARTY LID. Inc. B. G. Just Arrived ANOTIIF.R SHIPMF.NT OF: "Prestcold" Refrigerators 7.7 and 4,5 C. Ft Hcrmelitally sealed Units all fclecl Body 5-year Guarantee Here are a few users picked at Random ... they should know, follow their example Windsor Caslle. Admlrally, Austin Motor Co. British Oversea, Airway, Corp.. Cnaaley Motors, %  lolls Rovrc. Come in how much for SewceX Tin New Fordwn Thames Tnitks M TOUEJI . and (hey suy M the job . tad •• hi-n they do Bced aiicnimn. we see to it that 'off-the-roiJtime' it reduced to ihe absolute minimum. What's more, our service facilities save you pounds, for we charge low fiied prices for spjrrn and mechanical repairs. That's why '1 h*une Trucks pay better! Ask us about them—and about the diesel taafpux which it aviilabic for ceruin mnrlsii • CHARLES MfENEARNEY & CO., LTD. I IS Mil III I lilt MS GCTTIMG POPUI IK IT'S CROWN GINGER ALE



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fcicai Ve ri. FIVE I I '. is Irar S5. ST. LUCIA WILL BE SHIPPING CENTRE! Daily Plane Service Between London—W.I. B-SK (From Our Own Correspondent) . LONDON. MM 1. OversMs Airways Corporation CoastalMm m the near future commence operating a daiK reTiahly^ar" L " d n a,,d ,ne *** ,ndi w " ^f Presently they o)>erate thn weekly Making possible tfali ..u.liti.. %  ,.,' i service i-. the fact thai stunt I v two services from London i i Canada, presently operated Constellations, are be by Stratocruiscrs Century For Nabaclis GEORGETOWN. April jfl 100 Years Ago. Vo persons descendants ol negro slaves, pool:-,, their money and bougm j., abandoned sugar estate go Britisn (iuiana calle u Nabaclis. btfluata 15 miles east of Georgetown on the Atlantic seaboard, Nabaclis is now a thriving villasot peasant larmers with the status ol a Village Council. To mark the centenary of th v founding of the village there were celebrations from dawn till night on Thurs.lj, April 27, and the village was host to prominent cttttana iium all over the Colony including His Excellency the Governor. Sir Charles Campbell Wool ley. K CM G O.B.E.. M.C.. and Lady Woolley and residents from neighbouring villages. The seven-mile deep flagbedecked village took on an air of gaiety for the occasion and villagers, many of them descendants of the original founders were present at Divine Service in the early morning. The centenary t*iy was welcomed at Nabaclis and all other villages with (ho pealing of Church Bells at dawn. After Divine Service conducted by Rev. A. R. Bowen. President of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of B.G.. the: villagers moved over to the new I Village Hall which was formally I opened by Mr. D. L. B. Wiekham. District Commissioner. After the ribbon was cut, the building was sprayed with perfume, and two trees planted at the entrance by' Mrs. Wickham and Mrs. St (ieome Cooper. Governor Arrives The Governor arrived shortly berore 2 p.m. und presided over a public meeting in the new Hall. Addressing the gathering. sir Charles thanked the villagers for the warm welcome accorded Lndy Woolley and himself. It was a happy and great occasion, It was not only festive but historic. His Excellency recalled that in the historical review of the village which was read earlier at the meeting, reference was made to the t6 stalwarts who exactly 100 years ago pot together In a true co-operative spirit and bought n abandoned sugar estate which was now their heritage. He said he used the term coOuaraUegj spirit becuuse It was that spirit they should foster totlay. That was the Government's poTTey. It was a matter of great personal interest to him. His Excellency continued, that they should develop the co-operation movement among them. Already great strides were being made In going forward, but, he said. "I want to commend St to you and I would ask you to get in touch with people like Mr C C. I* Gordon and find out whnt it is all about and to see whether here In Nabaclis vou cannot form a Co-operative Society, which I am sure will be of great benefit to you all." Before concluding: his speech the Governor announced that to mark the occasion he had appointed the Chairman of the Village. Mr T 11 Benn. a Justice of the Peace. The B.G Militia Rsnd was present for the celebrations which concluded in the evening with a Grand Ball In the Village Hal' replar 5/Limit On Meals Removed //V BRITAIN LONDON. May I. The British Government today cancelled the regulation which fixes a maximum price of flv shillings on restaurant meals. The limit was Imposed in 194.2. Other austerity laws afTeclmti British stomachs, social gatherings and tourist facilities were likewise withdrawn. The chief effect is thnt the Gourmet may sit down to a meal lasting all evening, of as many Courses as he wishes, instead of a maximum of three In a written reply to .i House of Commons question, the Minister of Food. Maurice Webb said— "I hope, as a i esult of this itap, th:it the tourist and catering IndustHl will be able to make a bigger contribution to our balance of payient-i which Is. of course. %  rgent of our economic problems —Renter FOR EAST CARIBBEAN IF PROPOSAL GOES THROUGH Change In King's Title Likely CAPETOWN. May 1 Prime Minister Daniel Malar said today that great changes in the structure of the British Commonwealth left no doubt t hat there would be change in the present title of King George". He told the Senate that Canada was particularly dissatisfied with her present position. Dr. Malan said that India's decision to become a Republic—after which King George dropped the title "Emperor of India" — moa.ii that "If South Africa wanted tr become a Republic then we could become that without isolation ani without revolution."—Renter. M UliHMl TnWl Ro> Marshall finish* liee leg. Psn| papp \K: FsNtMNG It COLD I a drive in their nrt prartlr sad. the H. !ii-ii whom 19.483 cam* from 82 countries outside Italy Largest number* of foreign visitors to the Fail ame. in order, (TOO! Switzcrl in' German.. France. Austrfa, i r' in. Belgium. United States, Egypt, tollund and the Scandinavian countries, Foreign countries with the biggest numbers of exhibit were France. Czechoslovakia Yugoslavia. Westerr and t many. R-nelux. Switzerland and the United States. Italian exhibitors reported millions of lire worth of contracts concluded at the FM Particularly good business wa* claimed in cooking machines Including big South-American contracts for pustrv making machinery. —Itfu'rr Britain Will Have Terrible Time SAYS CONNALLY WASHINGTON. May i Senator Tom Coni.ally. Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said In mi Intcriew published today thai Britain is going to have a terrible lima lling in the dollar ajep" The interview was published by the independent week I \ newsmagazine I'S. News and World Report. Senator Connelly dismissed a suKgesllon of American dollar aid in paying off certain war debts by saying that Britain obtained the money In sterling and "let them pay back In sterling" On Europe, h. 1 about i..j .. i he thought start tajku | hat the United State. toWUJTd*. helpl New Caribbean Canal Two Peasants Vital To U.S. Defence *r£SoW A KM HIi ..inbr I. 'KrHn O.I, Own Col-rev |w.i.d.-in LONDON HARRISON MSI „iii,,.,i ....inn,. H • %  i i.rop..s:il tn iitili-c Si. Lurii. aIII.rpntiv ('arihb.-i.il -| M |i|iiHLwill. I'.K hill tH-en .lllln.' '..ilihusi-rd id.ii Ihe propmiit li.nl not yel hi-en lhi> romp.inv mi.I ili.n no -.tnleim-i. ml.' al this inn. iin, Mn ,U Si. Lucia Leg-C Is 25 Years Old ( tdvaralr < ...i „„ %  ni, I A*1 KIKS. Ma1 vet Jubilee for elected lalion on the St Lui ia Legislative CiHincii was celebrated on Moniinv „, colourful traditional The fun. tloo in ths Council Chatnbn was attended by th majority v (ndtvldual At the same time it C.D.C. are alxo ioterestod LOCK n! I ho .i i i. IHNNM :<• ate st fnigli: distribute ihj ID not confirmed olllclally This areaessl It l IH.UMI woald involve Ihr Introriuitlun of <• Rinall vessel. jppro\*mif<~h nsne hundrrd imis which woiM be saed for lbs sawsrd sitiiimeol rrom St. I.uria to thr -"idler I'Unri. at frrlshl fruin thr I K, Out ths ., ,i rleS i den! km. the .ii. WASHWCTON i uiisiiuclion of an inter-orean canal actxi imperative tn full American defence This is the warn ing today of Rep Donald 1. OToolt '[ >-JSJ Y %  )• Chairman of a special subcommittee of the Hour Merchant Marine CornmHtee. which recent I v returned from a first hand survey of the Panama Cono! and the proposed site ucross NicaiM-ui Eurepean recovery after the of tie Marshall Plan In 1953. %  *! think it would dlfcourias Iheir efforts to get on then (eel he ald Adion by the Congress to plan iinin.ii.iteiv tor developmaH ol the Nicaragua Canal Wil) urged by OToolaj Other members of the aubcufnmdteu RP,, bXiehjenwgjuyr \, PA) and Fugate (D-VA ). agreed that the matter Is In need of u-. mediate condderatlon. Factors Several factor* were cited by Rep i (Tools in bearing his deMtd for prompt DCO0A The) srs I. Vulnerability of the Panami i,d L'anal lo attack by the A-Bomb eople to Australia and Canada ind so on. I do not think thev vll ever he nble to maintain the oh Brltiafa -ystem to 'he extent thai they have maintained it before "Oreat Britain now wants to All the dollar i*ap. Thev want to pa off $.ooo.ono.noo ritat thev owe :< India and Pakistan, and Southeast Asia, and so ea. "They did not get dollars from those countries—they got -lerllng Well, let them pav them back In sterling" Reuter Labour Wins By On* Vole F/INOON, Mi i The two months old Hritish Labour Government escaped defeat bj one eobi the %  paafcai casting vote in an unexpected dlvtaloa in the House of Common!! tonight—Reuter %  H I M, S\l 4 I II? THIS STR^ speculation seen by many l ??*l n 5 ''"-'i iptton baionsdng to the *r^ n Z J>la,es %  to whether II % saucer" be • rne Navy cays "the Navy is not engaged in conducting research or in flving any Jet-powered circular-shaped aircraft —Cxprat*. 3 Unsyirfpathetlc attitude of the Panama go%ernment, which forced the IJnite % %  \vmpatlictic reception sffordedi oy the kovernment of Nlcaiagua ] under which the I'niter Slate* can proceed with the con-1 •trucUon of a canal throuxh Its territory, already exiats The Nicaragua canal, he said. 1 VOUld be entirely at sea level I Bngina ar iai dimculties would be minimised because it would pass through l^ake Nicaragua for a nib* dantial part of its length. A second ranal seroas C>ntmi America would persnlt Quicker access of Aaterlean warships between lh AllsnUe sad l'sclllr Oeeaaa, the dhUnre between thr east and west coasts of Ibe i mi. ii States being rrdueed ronsldrrably, OToste ssid The turbuleat ps41Ueal ellmate created by a flve-dsy revo-. lutlon In Panama, whirh occuricd at the same time that the Congressmen visited Ihe Csast Zone, hastened their decision la %  vim.incarefully the possibilities of a new water artery In Nicaragua. O'Toolc plans to hold th. pttUk hearings soon to thrash out the entire trans-isthmian ;>M blent. which has grown into a bitter major controversy in %  %  gnag during the last year Among Ihe witnesses slready invited to testify a General Anastnoca, Nicaraguan strong man. who has brought itafauny -ind nrospenty to this 'argest Cen%  -.i Amc'cun nation afler %  turbulent political historv Darsonsu} t.Hik the ppUfg OToole < nmilroul oVSI ihe pronosed rtrtTK The "ftsr thn suggested the following calypso foi the West Indies cricket team, who a mated by the weather tucks April has been playing, are disregarding snow and blow to cricket .,• I.IV-bournc. "Oh for home in April Now that England's here For the English find In April That the Arctic snows (ippear; On frozen wicket i tis' eriekei (Thai's what we're posed to play) Bui we'd better be t. some winter sport In read'ness for Mav A poet said that April Uughed her girlish laughter; He didn't know his April Or all that follows after. Its far from wrlisl.. hi mighty churlish With blizfarri and (,.-•, and thaw If this l!. a laugh, vou don't know the fiaif f '",' lM """ '"""' *" f I prarmiht ROME, May 1 1 rep hoi %  !. .1 and six wounded in .i ctafh with police vesterday at Celaim Rome, near Ihe estates of Pine %  .Torlonii. News of the shooting R ims todu and wi> %  nnounccl by Ijihoui loader Cluscppe Di Vittorio at a massive Communist-organise.! meeting MJ the heiirt of Rome. The clash occurro' while pen.ants 'ne waltlnjc outside the Ineaiuiawi headqnarfe: for me announce, ,rut setting off or hidden explosives in shim using the hwfcS. oi t. v ,,-., pie ubotagt methods." Sea level canals do not face such potential ounce. ,„ „,„.,., fare "Preliminary studlei of the pubcommittee indicate that thfl pbtentisllties pf a sea-lew through Nlearsgu , "The v.,v ,i/,. „f [ J( kc Nirstagiia wouUtel guarantat againsman* of th.. -dangerihreatei I r ,n ?. m ''' (i .. %  %  A Nicuranuaii canal save at leant M hours in m *. b iv -'> Atlantl Pacific ports "This oooooml tinued. trould quickly eriluig lion through !-,%. 10 Killed In "fW'f'fsWi Ihiy" DemotUtrationB JOllANNBSBUItc;, stay l At least ten natives were tx '.., o|ieiicl lire in the African diltiu ol wTiwatcTsrend today after the; had bet toned Pollca roreaa imbtllsed demonati % % %  UM I subuibs all round i' %  ghi rtoui ) %  i if i|iiiett;, marl i %  '" %  i-oi among non-v hltss whiiii fmicd many industries and .school* tO drat down and %  breed and ">iik di At Bopbistown, Weal U burg, polite o|iened fire when tone ( f .ind the Hi-trnt iiiinud two Al killed At Alexandr. north of Johannesburg I iroon earri n Bred anei lhe> %  tn stoned and at least 10 paof) believed ll P i" 1*0 ops I ed Are si Orlando, west ol Bet -Imru Plr n and sdjotoli town.—Renter id state as well as a large %  — %  ""i "i Ibe pubii, Those present mluosd HI Oi %  %  U %  ircitblshi p .I Port ol Spam. AeuBf Chssl I . %  i IB Jn Ucg Dab i B Hall I Hsrbadt* the only Oral urvtvini % %  "iliei 0i tn. i *ho b ted b> the Oovennnent apeclallj tot tali tancnon rk4 Hon'ble ( Mdntosh „f s VU vent and delegates hTORI "Ihci Windwsrd Inlands Mi Honour DM A>limnMtraloi J.M Stow. C.MCi in,|>. police guard of honour on his .itrival and following the welcome b) Ihe Aichbishop, the Chief Justice .lit A. II. ,11,! ti 'fie ion.,, il chamber Ho Keith Alley no i rowp "I %  %  laid OB the tobl* H iength> Mitorlc doeumani trscin^ the islnnd's conttl programme. A resolution of loyally to [ho King, which v as moved In the :%  %  dot Bled nwmbr ind seconded by the Hi n'lile < \ Heaubrun. beniu M member WAS carried by all Unoani The Admimatra'-v in %  wtlcomed the vlsit'-ig diKnltarlbs and delegates and then read a aiessane from the (, -.rnoi who regret ted his inabilr. i l ni'ssuite from the Hmi '.I. t A Marryahow veteran ol the Ot %  lature Hon'ble Oarnel Oordon win. ijoya tin i.iii.-.t gnl rolcen nV 11. I %  lp repllo i t.> the Ad inislratof's address The entir* assembliige then sleeembtr Antioutiinu his decision the sherlfT ikl he could not accept :• .l-fen,,tended that Ihe accident was due to a m*vhan|cat defeet in tho )eep—Retiler fVO PROOF w VtfUHGTON, May-j Mn Preda HUl rr i'ti Comniuni i ni..11 I.I to n. ti, da* told %  had i %  i| P.ofes.s.,1 Lattlmore,! Ea. ten, export and former| i. %  . i %  %  %  1 1 ihe CM line Outer i 200,000 IN MAY DAY PARADE ift R< '•' %  %  %  t shipp ni; optrai \ Ni' an ru m canal 1 nil %  largest of .,.ir naval %  50 Years 1 is fast sppruaching the hall %  %  structed with tl.i aertng knov Of American te"Not kj %  ravourable impressii! site m Nicaragua :iti. attitude of the Nlosragua toward In) %  have th


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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. MAT 2. UM Catib galling Going To Cbicco M R AND MBS. J. R McLEOD who arc from Torunio returned to Canada by TC.A yesterday Mr McLeod run been i>rom"ted !•> Office ManaKcr in CWctgQ Mhd bCt I'IV U %  ['lotwdiru: there to Ul ati .ipi-nntnu-'iiT l. < %  !( %  -.laying nt Ci.cr.iti.mk To Viiit Hii Home Province PLAZA M H I' L 4 ..Arr'fJ "VE OF THE W.l. CRK'KLTEftS are Walratt. extreme rlaht heartily en)ayini let* to right : A. Rae. Booties Willie ft, rjuiU.nl—Paul Popper here u.th (1>de e The otherare. I, Ranuilhln. and WS if 0 ? olh ,', r """ thv ,,on Antiguan Weddinc Empress Hall In London last week. A PRETTY wedding look ulai ror five and a half hours of nonI\ | u i atop music at the National Ja*z Church Band Concert Twenty bands, %  .,. h when M playing throrof the old Dixieland of Mr a Tuesday at the McthodlM in St John's. Antigua, %  Hilda Brown, daughter id Mrs J. A N Brown, %  A jjTnu_r_r uT!:" -_ '. n p rvnani ot si. Jotin'M wai oS'th? .*2r'' y" ,r •£•"^ m ,,nc ,n Mr W|!| *•* %  <-> s< Wan? ,, !" m u J'""^ .', n ""I K,H Ml F "" Kelslck. brother ThJK.J'. Ji,^ eanlinuouilv. of ,„, bridegroom w. batman atood. is a keen jazz fan Back From Press Talks Mclnlosh bridesmaid. The bride's sister Dr. Caroline Ramosar was here from Truiiilad for the occasion Dr H ON. V. C. CALE MLC nn<1 Mrs Con "* Stephen*. Mrs. Managing: Director of the J""* !" Wa •• Mrs. Daphne Advocate Co. Ltd. who was in !" lo,,e *"• " %  who canw Trinidad for the Caribbean Press rom 5l Km IO a,,rnrt ,nr wc '*" Association meetlriK returned to dm *' Thp honc y rri, x* li being Barbados on Sunday by B.W.I.A. Bpcnl "' Johnson's Point. AntlRja Farewell J^ISS H.RIDLER. ODE., after XTJ. eighteen months' stay in Barbados. Is leaving on May 5th tor Trinidad where she will ho tne guest iff Sir Hubert and Lady Ranee, until she leaves for England on the Golflu, on May 10th. After spending the summer in Eng and. she hopes to visit the Kingdom of Jordan and also Cyrennk-a at the invitation of Mr. and Mrs. Perowne. She wishes to thank all ber friends in Barbados for their kindness and hospitality After 41 Yean In U.S.A. A MONG the passengers arrlvIng by the S.S. Port Amhmt on Monday was Mr. Laurie A. Forte from New York. City. Mr. forte who Is a Barbadian from the Parish of St Thomas, ha been In the United Stales for 41 On Short Visit M R. DAN I* BLACK ETT. Editor or "The Torch", was a passenger by II.W.I.A. yesterday for Trinidad on a short visit In connection with the colony's new constitutional set up. During his stay, he will be the guest of Hon'ble Roy Joseph, Mayor of San Fernando and Mrs. Joseph. Visiting His Sister M R. AND Mrs E A. Barrett who are from Abbotsford British Columbia left on Saturday morning for Si. Kilts by H.W.I.A. to spend three months wilh Dr. and Mrs. E. Jardine. Mrs. Jardinc is Mr. Barrett's sister. They arrived a week ago by T.C.A.. and their short stay here was spent at Cacrabank. T C.A. yesterday lor England vis iniiidad, Bermuda ana Canada. He u going to England for about three months and men fatal over to Masss CstTSM BS Italy, h. nome province which he his not visited In twenty-seven for Four Week.' Holiday M ISS JEAN M PttCTl AS. daughter of Ml -did Mrs Stanley dc Freilas of St. Vi armed, here recently for four weeks' holftay and Is staying at lbs Si Lawrence Hotel Miss de Freltas spent part of be* school days at the Ursuline (onvent here. Up to a few years as she used lo be on the Barbados staff of the Royal bank of Canada. She now lives in St Vincent where the works in the Government Office Second W.I. Appointment R EV. RAYMOND WARNER w.is an arrival on Saturday by the Gnlfiia from England intransit for St. Ttiomnwhere he will take up an appointment as Superintendent of the Methodist Church This is Rev. Warner's second visit to the West Indie-, the first being in 1943 when he went out to St. Kilts-Nevis and remained for six years before returning to : England on a year's furlough. Married on Ssturdav O N SATURDAY' afternoon at 5 o'clock. Miss Ruby Sampson. daughter a| Mr. and Mrs H U Sampson of "Seaton". Black Rock. was married at the Jamci Strec*. Methodist Church, to Mr Bernard 'Bunny' Lewis, son of Mr and Mrs. T. Bruce Lewis ot Chancery La no, Christ Church. The Bride, who was given In marriage by her father wore i dress of white faconne with 4 prat] Ing Icing train, her hcaddi was of pearls, held in place by QtMfjB Ann's Lace and tube Mrs Gordon Cole, Ihe Brides sister wan Matron of Honour. Her dress was of pink tafleta with a full skirl. Her headdress lace stole and she tu i ,i a bouquet of artificial gardenias The ceremony, which was fullychoral was performed by the Re '. H. McCullough. The Bestman was Mr. John Lewis, the Bridegroom'a Dial MM far Reaervstlana Last Two Shaw* TO-DAY S 8 3D p m. md Th* Action Dr WBDNBSDAT a Tanss-a*! isisrs final lruulntant of Sfcm-M— TSBC llinSWO a AMD Hollywood M.t i--up Artist. Miss M.ma l-ulsa Huartc, now in H.TI>.MIiil* with Max Factor, Jr himself. The Max Factor Hollywood Art S; Make-Up classes, being presentf*d free i>f chnrKe at Cave. Shepherd 4 Co, Ltd. offer invaluabs* ni-trm-liiin tu the women of iniscity on how to become their own i-i-on.il inak--ii|i nrlii and achieve for themselves the f:ishii*i:il>ly glnmourous screen--t 1 r type of make-up perfec4har, and it* usjtsan were Mr. tiordon Coil and Mr. Keith Lewis The rweption aygaj held at Seaton". Bluck Rock, und uV honeymoon is bakfsOJ Sw I'owell SprinK Hot< i. Former Headmistress M ISS NELLY ROBINSON. M.B.E.. who arrived here on Wednesday from Antigua returne-l on Saturrluy by B.W.I.A. Miss Robinson 1* a well known figure In Antlgun she used to be Headmistress of X. O. R. Memorial High School and is now retired She was a guest of Mr and Mrs C. ;:. Allamby of Ekllnboro. Barbarees Hill. Pvneirsilon or the cu < Caichj -nrt o* eliw i daeii .m.i uiu< UM rtif plarr for t\r*. ( An eawiarn i Puradr.IlCSl ClOH I uu If Wen _ 16. Tha stsl* 01 %  2fl Pie habH f I I in i*~ i *int' a. 1 Iminoii"! H Compln li. Comings And Goings M R JACK O'DOWD EGAN, Director of Messrs Willii Fogarty Ltd.. returned from short visit to Caracas. Venezuela via Trinidad on Sunday B.W I A. A LSO arriving on Sunday B.W.I A. was Mr. Kenneth Girling of Telecom munlcatlo who re'urned from Miami R. W. A. CRAWFORD. M.C.P.. KSfl tor Trinidad on Sunday iv It W I A. intransit for Georgetown. B.C., on a short visit. \DVERTISE in the ADVOCATE AQl'ATIC CLUB CINEMA |M.mb.r. Only) •i(iMI. ii i -i t.n BUD ABBOTT und LOU COSTELLO in 'KEEP "EM FLYIXGDuring his period abroad most of his time was spent In the Fur Industry and he has now returned home to pay a short visit to his son Mr. Oliver Forte and his sister Mrs. G. W. Hope of Good Hope. St. Michael Mi Forte thinks bis home t"wn looks quite changed In appearance and feeK that many improvements have taken place during his absence. Ife expects to spend about four weeks here before returning to the U.S. Here for the Day ^, I NTRANSIT on the Golflto" on Satlirday for Trinidad were Mr. and Mrs. Ken Kelshall and their baby daughter Kay. Mr. Kelshall Is an officer of the Colonial OfnT* in Trinidad and has been to Knglan.1 on a course. His wife is Mr. Charlie Taylor's sistar, and they spent the day with the Taylor's while the "Golflto" was in port. nupert and the Dragon Pills — 30 Id : MR. AMI MRS. "BTNNY" LEWIS BY THE WAY A MONG the unanswered questions of our time is this: Do codfish talk to each other in the spawning season? Norweg'ao scientists, equipped with everything but elephants, ate >ctting out to probe this matter to Its aalty depths. Now it seems lo me that. Just as mice make a squeaking sound which is called, by aesthetes, "singing." so codfish probably moke a sound, or series of sounds, which Is scientists. 'talking". Axel Gries. the faiium ichthvologue, claimed heard one cod say l< "Good spnwningalled, by I'rofc: .> %  s Swedish that he • another nean. %  nominal'' And let us not forges Wordsworth's: On April daws u-hol u*ot his dearest Vtsfl? A conversation uHth some iorrly Ath^ One d*51T while reading ShakespeftTC TO a salmon, lie heofrrf fhe rreatare mtsrmar Midiii.. "Oamnioaf* Hn/cWrm Hum/it HTVI plan to make Ihe nation*> allscd Industries more popular" is said to mean 'brighter railway stations." The wait* music relayed through louil-speakers would be more popular If girl purters could be hired as dame partners. The man who goes about tapping wheels should be dressed in Lincoln green, with a feather in his cap. Rose-leaves should fall frnm the roof now and then Finally the announcements could be more attractive: "Hallo, folks' This is Waterloo Wanda laUlni you that t>'-* IB i nlsjatf lonesome. It's waiting for—just von. al platfnini 1 And, bilks. Whare do l llimk she's going to stop' 1 Thufll slay you' She'sli.| |*i" .it Mot! %  %  n. Hnlt'tsb.. SudKcfold. and Abbots I'udding. Can you beat that? Oh. and listen folks You golta thange By Beachcomber at Mulsham for Beetleharrow. Why' Don't ask me! My Colleague, lamp-trimmer Fred Grey, is now going to sing for 'Mother Machree Swing Fred!" Somethin/i Brewing I HOPE the report Is true that a film chief said the other day, talking of music for a film. •'You can't monkey with Wagner/' When I told this to Snert Vo5h, and his Hot-Time Swlngar.K>* Vosha said. "Aw, nutsWe gonn. git the led outer dat guy Wagner' boots, an' pep him up a bit. wb coloured scarfs struck In da bruter mute 'em. kinds, an' a swell chorus uv nifty pilgrims latntnta-ta." "What's Ihe film asked "What the hell*" replied Vosha. Hat don't make no difference to da band dSnl it Wagnai got class. You don't have ter hnvi no special film for a hot rendition uv dat guy's number*" RETURN to SCHOOL BOYS' SHOES in TAN "* BLACK 5.23 to 6.40 T0BRALC0 in NAVY ,nd R0YAL IMITATION l40 LINENS IN ALL SCHOOL COLOURS .86 and .94 EXCERCISE BOOKS. INKS. PENS, NIBS, t#% *" 1 PAINT BOXES Etc. All. AT LOW I'lllllS EVANS AND WIIITFIELM BROAD STREET ilh MARTHA BAYE—CAROL BRUCE—DICK FORAN A t'Blvvrul I'.i lurr WEDNEKDAV > %  I mi 110 p.mIIII ll-n \ 1 NICHT -1 111 BRENDA JOYCE — DON PORTER PATRICIA MORRISON la "DANGER WOMAN" You cn add new charm ,nd feminine aiuaaion to your beauty. Learn the newest An of Make-Up •pe* c,cdb >' \ Msx Fa,hl foe yo"' ryP e C^eafoiyouecolcogCoer^fo-yoo."— Yoo-ll Iw" •bouiiitlART SCHOOL OF MAKE-UP... AT CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. Commencing WEDNESDAY 3rd May at 9.30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Laugh and dance at CASUARINA CLUB nitght THE JEFFREY'S RADIO TROUPE of Stars w.;i be there under that Maestro of Fun Laudy De Montbrun. Come Dine Dance, and laugh at Casuat.na Club, 'next to Cable Office) St. Lawrence. ADMISSION: 41c. Dinner* (reservation* 1 8496) and Snackt (including Black Pudding and Souae— from 7 p.m. Dancing and the Jeffrey's Troupe from 9 p.m. on The night was made for Love—but the moonlight was made for Sea Bathing Come and have both at CASUARTNA CLUB You make the dale— we'll do the catering. STEAKS. SNACKS or WHAT YOU WILL I Come in slacks, shorts or just a bath suit. The new spot with some new ideas. CASUARINA CLUB 'Member* Only) There will be Moonligi t tonight. I


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Publisher: Advocate Co.
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Publication Date: Tuesday, May 02, 1950
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FIVE I I '. is
Irar S5.
ST. LUCIA WILL BE SHIPPING CENTRE!
Daily Plane Service
Between LondonW.I.
B-SK
(From Our Own Correspondent)
_ . LONDON. Mm 1.
OversMs Airways Corporation CoastalMm
m the near future commence operating a daiK
reTiahly^ar" L"dn a,,d ,ne *** ,ndi w- ^f
Presently they o)>erate thn-
weekly
Making possible tfali ..u.liti..,.,'
i service i-. the fact thai stunt I v
two services from London i
i Canada, presently operated
Constellations, are be
by Stratocruiscrs
Century For
Nabaclis
GEORGETOWN. April jfl
100 Years Ago. Vo persons
descendants ol negro slaves, pool:-,,
their money and bougm j.,
abandoned sugar estate go Britisn
(iuiana calleu Nabaclis. btfluata
15 miles east of Georgetown on
the Atlantic seaboard, Nabaclis is
now a thriving villas- ot peasant
larmers with the status ol a
Village Council. To mark the
centenary of thv founding of the
village there were celebrations
from dawn till night on Thurs.lj,
April 27, and the village was host
to prominent cttttana iium all over
the Colony including His Excel-
lency the Governor. Sir Charles
Campbell Wool ley. K CM G ,
O.B.E.. M.C.. and Lady Woolley
and residents from neighbouring
villages.
The seven-mile deep flag-
bedecked village took on an air
of gaiety for the occasion and
villagers, many of them descend-
ants of the original founders
were present at Divine Service
in the early morning.
The centenary t*iy was wel-
comed at Nabaclis and all other
villages with (ho pealing of Church
Bells at dawn. After Divine
Service conducted by Rev. A. R.
Bowen. President of the Evangeli-
cal Lutheran Church of B.G.. the:
villagers moved over to the new I
Village Hall which was formally I
opened by Mr. D. L. B. Wiekham.
District Commissioner. After the
ribbon was cut, the building was
sprayed with perfume, and two
trees planted at the entrance by'
Mrs. Wickham and Mrs. St (ieome
Cooper.
Governor Arrives
The Governor arrived shortly
berore 2 p.m. und presided over
a public meeting in the new Hall.
Addressing the gathering. sir
Charles thanked the villagers for
the warm welcome accorded Lndy
Woolley and himself. It was a
happy and great occasion, It was
not only festive but historic.
His Excellency recalled that in
the historical review of the village
which was read earlier at the
meeting, reference was made to
the t6 stalwarts who exactly 100
years ago pot together In a true
co-operative spirit and bought n
abandoned sugar estate which was
now their heritage.
He said he used the term co-
OuaraUegj spirit becuuse It was that
spirit they should foster totlay.
That was the Government's poTTey.
It was a matter of great personal
interest to him. His Excellency
continued, that they should de-
velop the co-operation movement
among them. Already great strides
were being made In going forward,
but, he said. "I want to commend
St to you and I would ask you to
get in touch with people like Mr
C C. I* Gordon and find out whnt
it is all about and to see whether
here In Nabaclis vou cannot form
a Co-operative Society, which I
am sure will be of great benefit
to you all."
Before concluding: his speech the
Governor announced that to mark
the occasion he had appointed the
Chairman of the Village. Mr T 11
Benn. a Justice of the Peace.
The B.G Militia Rsnd was
present for the celebrations which
concluded in the evening with a
Grand Ball In the Village Hal'
replar
5/- Limit On
Meals
Removed
//V BRITAIN
LONDON. May I.
The British Government today
cancelled the regulation which
fixes a maximum price of flv
shillings on restaurant meals. The
limit was Imposed in 194.2.
Other austerity laws afTeclmti
British stomachs, social gatherings
and tourist facilities were like-
wise withdrawn.
The chief effect is thnt the
Gourmet may sit down to a meal
lasting all evening, of as many
Courses as he wishes, instead of a
maximum of three
In a written reply to .i House of
Commons question, the Minister
of Food. Maurice Webb said "I
hope, as a i esult of this itap, th:it
the tourist and catering IndustHl
will be able to make a bigger con-
tribution to our balance of pay-
ient-i which Is. of course. .
rgent of our economic problems '
Renter
FOR EAST
CARIBBEAN
IF PROPOSAL GOES
THROUGH
Change In
King's Title
Likely
CAPETOWN. May 1
Prime Minister Daniel Malar
said today that great changes in
the structure of the British Com-
monwealth left no doubt t hat
there would be change in the
present title of King George".
He told the Senate that Canada
was particularly dissatisfied with
her present position.
Dr. Malan said that India's de-
cision to become a Republicafter
which King George dropped the
title "Emperor of India" moa.ii
that "If South Africa wanted tr
become a Republic then we could
become that without isolation ani
without revolution."Renter.
M UliHMl TnWl
Ro> Marshall finish*
liee leg. Psn| papp
\K: FsNtMNG It COLD
I a drive in their nrt prartlr
sad. the H.
!ii-i lulu-- .ii. i.i iii- pUv i.i Kin irlrket \<\i
ieven\ XI Chrlailtni I* hrrnnri Hi,
THIRD POSlTtOfS
BUENOS AIRES. May 1
Argentine's "third position,"
halfway between "coPectlvlsrn and
individualism" was ndvnnrevl ns
the only alternative to a clash
between capitalism and commun-
ism by President Juan I'cron in a
three hours address inaugurating
the new Parliament this morning.
Reuter.
4,000,000 Visit
Milan Trade- Fair
MILAN. May 1.
The Great Milan Samples Fair
closed its doors tonight after
marking up neatly 4.0O0.0OO
visitors In 20 days Eight thousand
exhibitors from 42 countrts
porte-J that they had done egtoal
lent business with buvers, .>i
whom 19.483 cam* from 82 coun-
tries outside Italy
Largest number* of foreign
visitors to the Fail ame. in order,
(TOO! Switzcrl in' German..
France. Austrfa, i r' in. Belgium.
United States, Egypt, tollund and
the Scandinavian countries, For-
eign countries with the biggest
numbers of exhibit were
France. Czechoslovakia Yugosla-
via. Westerr and t
many. R-nelux. Switzerland and
the United States. Italian exhibi-
tors reported millions of lire worth
of contracts concluded at the Fm
Particularly good business wa*
claimed in cooking machines In-
cluding big South-American con-
tracts for pustrv making
machinery.
Itfu'rr
Britain Will
Have Terrible
Time
SAYS CONNALLY
WASHINGTON. May i
Senator Tom Coni.ally. Chair-
man of the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee, said In mi Intcr-
iew published today thai Britain
is going to have a terrible lima
lling in the dollar ajep"
The interview was published by
the independent week I \ news-
magazine I'S. News and World
Report.
Senator Connelly dismissed a
suKgesllon of American
dollar aid in paying off certain
war debts by saying that Britain
obtained the money In sterling and
"let them pay back In sterling"
On Europe, h.
1 about
i..j ..
i he thought
start tajku |
hat the United State.
toWUJTd*. helpl
New Caribbean Canal Two Peasants
Vital To U.S. Defence *rSoW
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br I.
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LONDON
HARRISON MSI iii,,.,i ....inn,........H
i i.rop..s:il tn iitili-c Si. Lurii. a- III.- rpntiv
('arihb.-i.il -|M|i|iiHL- will. I'.K hill tH-en .lllln.'
'..ilihusi-rd id.ii Ihe propmiit li.nl not yel hi-en
lhi> romp.inv mi.I ili.n no -.tnleim-i.
ml.' al this inn. iin,
Mn
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Si. Lucia
Leg-C Is
25 Years Old
( tdvaralr < ...i...... ni,
I A*1 KIKS. Ma- 1
vet Jubilee for elected
lalion on the St Lui ia
Legislative CiHincii was celebrated
on Moniinv , colourful traditional
The fun. tloo in ths
Council Chatnbn was
attended by th majority v
(ndtvldual
At the same time it
C.D.C. are alxo ioterestod
Lock
n!
I ho
.i i i. ihnnm :< ate st
fnigli: distribute ihj .
id not confirmed olllclally
This areaessl It l .....ih.umI
woald involve Ihr Introriuitlun of
< Rinall vessel. jppro\*mif<~h nsne
hundrrd imis which woiM be
saed for lbs sawsrd sitiiimeol
rrom St. I.uria to thr -"idler
I'Unri. at frrlshl fruin thr I K,
Out
ths
. ., ,i
rleS
i den!
km.
the
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WASHWCTON
i uiisiiuclion of an inter-orean canal actxi
imperative tn full American defence
This is the warning today of Rep Donald 1. OToolt
'[>-JSJ Y ) Chairman of a special subcommittee of the Hour
Merchant Marine CornmHtee. which recent I v returned from
a first hand survey of the Panama Cono! and the proposed
site ucross NicaiM-ui
Eurepean recovery after the
of tie Marshall Plan In 1953.
*! think it would dlfcourias
Iheir efforts to get on then (eel '
he ald
Adion by the Congress to plan
iinin.ii.iteiv tor developmaH ol
the Nicaragua Canal Wil) urged
by OToolaj
Other members of the aubcufn-
mdteu Rp,, bXiehjenwgjuyr \,
PA) and Fugate (D-VA ). agreed
that the matter Is In need of u-.
mediate condderatlon.
Factors
Several factor* were cited by
Rep i (Tools in bearing his de-
Mtd for prompt DCO0A The) srs
I. Vulnerability of the Panami
i,d L'anal lo attack by the A-Bomb
I Limitation of the size of
American warships, because locks
Panama tanal are now too
Calypso In Tin
Snow
Senator Connally said he did not
think the "dollar gap" could be
filled sad he seas not (n ravour
of Hlllnx It with American dollar-
"Great Britain is going to have
I tcTs'.ble lime niling the dolln
because she has lost mol ot
forpign hi vestments.
"Duiing the war they Ilquloatt
I most of thatyou cannot create
gap
button
*I think Great Britain ,. *
to have to export g tot of her i>eo-
ple to Australia and Canada ind
so on. I do not think thev vll
ever he nble to maintain the oh
Brltiafa -ystem to 'he extent thai
they have maintained it before
"Oreat Britain now wants to All
the dollar i*ap. Thev want to pa
off $.ooo.ono.noo ritat thev owe :<
India and Pakistan, and South-
east Asia, and so ea.
"They did not get dollars from
those countriesthey got -lerllng
Well, let them pav them back In
sterling" Reuter
Labour Wins
By On* Vole
F/INOON, Mi i
The two months old Hritish
Labour Government escaped de-
feat bj one eobi the paafcai
casting vote in an unexpected
dlvtaloa in the House of Common!!
tonightReuter
HIM, S\l 4 I II?
THIS STR^
speculation
seen by many
l??*ln5 ''"-'i iptton baionsdng to the '
*r^n Z J>la,es * to whether II % saucer" be
rne Navy cays "the Navy is not engaged in conducting research or in flving
any Jet-powered circular-shaped aircraft Cxprat*.
3 Unsyirfpathetlc attitude of
the Panama go%ernment, which
forced the IJnite Jon 13 bases guarding the ''anal
ami the entire vital Caribbean
In contrast, OToolt poinwl In
;!> \vmpatlictic reception sffordedi
oy the kovernment of Nlcaiagua ]
under which the I'niter
Slate* can proceed with the con-1
trucUon of a canal throuxh Its
territory, already exiats
The Nicaragua canal, he said.1
VOUld be entirely at sea level I
Bnginaariai dimculties would be
minimised because it would pass
through l^ake Nicaragua for a nib*
dantial part of its length.
A second ranal seroas C>ntmi
America would persnlt Quicker
access of Aaterlean warships be-
tween lh AllsnUe sad l'sclllr
Oeeaaa, the dhUnre between thr
east and west coasts of Ibe
i mi. ii States being rrdueed
ronsldrrably, OToste ssid
The turbuleat ps41Ueal ell-
mate created by a flve-dsy revo-.
lutlon In Panama, whirh occur-
icd at the same time that the
Congressmen visited Ihe Csast
Zone, hastened their decision la
vim.in- carefully the possibili-
ties of a new water artery In
Nicaragua.
O'Toolc plans to hold th. pttUk
hearings soon to thrash out the
entire trans-isthmian ;>m blent.
which has grown into a bitter
major controversy in gnag
during the last year
Among Ihe witnesses slready in-
vited to testify a General Anas-
tnoca, Nicaraguan strong
man. who has brought itafauny
-ind nrospenty to this 'argest Cen-
-.i Amc'cun nation afler tur-
bulent political historv
. Darsonsu} t.Hik the
ppUfg OToole < nmil-
roul oVSI ihe pronosed
rtrtTK
The "ftsr thn
suggested the following
calypso foi the West Indies
cricket team, who a mated
by the weather tucks April
has been playing, are disre-
garding snow and blow to
cricket ., i.iv--
bournc.
"Oh for home in April
Now that England's here
For the English find In
April
That the Arctic snows
(ippear;
On frozen wicket i
tis' eriekei
(Thai's what we're
posed to play)
Bui we'd better be t.
some winter sport
In read'ness for Mav
A poet said that April
Uughed her girlish laugh-
ter;
He didn't know his April
Or all that follows after.
Its far from wrlisl.. hi
mighty churlish
With blizfarri and (,.-,
and thaw
If this l!. a laugh, vou
don't know the fiaif -
" f'",'lM """ '"""' *"f"
I prar-
miht
ROME, May 1
1 rep hoi !. .1
and six wounded in .i ctafh with
police vesterday at Celaim
Rome, near Ihe estates of Pine.-
Torlonii. News of the shooting
R ims todu and wi>
nnounccl by Ijihoui loader
Cluscppe Di Vittorio at a massive
Communist-organise.! meeting mj
the heiirt of Rome.
The clash occurro' while pen.-
ants 'ne waltlnjc outside the
Ineaiuiawi headqnarfe:
for me announce, ,rut quot. A debate broke out lm
the headquarters and spn.id to th'-
wintmg rrowdl mi table Pqllc
who tried a) i i.mi. hi, th. .-row I
'i" i with B hmi 0| rtoaes
Tney rfplied. tiring first in the air
then on the ground.
Iteuler.


rid ship.
Nirsragua-both by
\ Major Portion
A day .- pent n I
|M mile* long and 1*
x jld form the
it the Nil ai lanae
'anal pi
iter lake, r.tih Inrg-

jdvsntages, wculd soften the bar*
n 'hips CTOsslna
Ihe Paeillc.
biliti Uial the Sovlal
In H-bomb or will
H -ome dsv make It ea-
thal we do not put All our
one brisket." said O'Toole
two planes, two car-
- rwo <-snnls are better
n than one."
sea level
ugh Pananvi
u h has refu-ed to
< on Air bases
i need for canal tl. feme.
' President Arias.
'i through a coup.
promises no more friendly treat-
ment in a fresh treaty Inasmuch
as Anas
tor m having the anamg Oeoeral
Assembly cancc! the American air
oase 'igreements "
Kxpansion
The expansion of the Panam.i
Canal through the Lake Terminal
plan Is opposed by most military
nuthonties on the pound that |U
locks feature would prove sgeep
tionally vulnerable to atomli !-
taek, he pointed out.
"Furthermore." he .
"locks can be rendered useless
by the cutting off of i i
power, by concussion, by throw -
log a harmful of emery |Kwder
Into working parts. b> setting
off or hidden explosives in shim
using the hwfcS. oi t.v ,,-.,
pie ubotagt methods."
Sea level canals do not face such
potential ounce. , ,.,.,
fare
"Preliminary studlei of the pub-
committee indicate that thfl pbten-
tisllties pf a sea-lew !
through Nlearsgu ,
"The v.,v ,i/,. f [J(kc Nirsta-
giia wouUtel guarantat agains-
man* of th..-danger- ihreatei I
r,n?.m'''(i ..
A Nicuranuaii canal
save at leant M hours in
m*. b*iv",-'> Atlantl
Pacific ports
"This oooooml
tinued. trould
quickly eriluig
lion through !-,%.
10 Killed In
"fW'f'fsWi Ihiy"
DemotUtrationB
JOllANNBSBUItc;, stay l
At least ten natives were tx
'.., .
o|ieiicl lire in the African diltiu
ol wTiwatcTsrend today after the;
had bet toned
Pollca roreaa imbtllsed
demonati um i
subuibs all round
i' ghi rtoui )
i if i|iiiett;, marl i
'" i-oi among non-v hltss
whiiii fmicd many industries and
.school* tO drat down and
breed and ">iik di
At Bopbistown, Weal U
burg, polite o|iened fire when
tone(f .ind the Hi-trnt iiiin-
ud two Al......
killed At Alexandr.
north of Johannesburg I
iroon earri n Bred anei lhe> tn
stoned and at least 10 paof)
believed ll P i" 1*0 ops I
ed Are si Orlando, west ol
Bet
-Imru Plr
n and sdjotoli
town.Renter ,
id state as well as a large
' " ""i "i Ibe pubii,
Those present mluosd HI
Oi U ircitblshi p .I Port ol
Spam. AeuBf Chssl I i
IB Jn Ucg Dab i B Hall I
Hsrbadt* the only Oral urvtvini
"iliei 0i tn. i .
*ho b .....ted b> the Oovennnent
apeclallj tot tali tancnon rk4
Hon'ble ( Mdntosh f s VU
vent and delegates hTORI "Ihci
Windwsrd Inlands
Mi Honour DM A>limnMtraloi
J.M Stow. C.MCi in,|>.
police guard of honour on his .it-
rival and following the welcome b)
Ihe Aichbishop, the Chief Justice
' .lit A. II. ,11,! ti
'fie ion.,, il chamber
Ho Keith Alley no i rowp
"I laid OB the tobl* h
iength> Mitorlc doeumani trscin^
the islnnd's conttl
programme.
A resolution of loyally to [ho
King, which v as moved In the
:- dot Bled
' nwmbr ind seconded by the
Hi n'lile < \ Heaubrun. beniu
m member was carried by
all Unoani The Admimatra'-v in
wtlcomed the vlsit'-ig
diKnltarlbs and delegates and then
read a aiessane from the (, -.- rnoi
who regret ted his inabilr.
i l ni'ssuite from the
Hmi '.I. t A Marryahow veteran
ol the Ot lature
Hon'ble Oarnel Oordon win.
ijoya tin i.iii.-.t gnl rolcen nV 11. I
lp repllo i t.> the Ad
inislratof's address The entir*
assembliige then sl mark of respect to tha
-In. tin!..I ii-i-
For lieeiioni At nOon
arge luncheon receptloi wk belfl
it Hotel St. Amolne.
Capti
Marine Buperlntei
It. i on Steii.nst .
England, las been in Si
this week on a visit of insp.tlan
of the port facilities and thi de-
bility of Castries being; made a
transhipment port for steam hlag
of hi- Company t'npt Si ts
-siena
Pra ci
i < ..I eo OBE President of
the St Lucia Seamen and Wator-
fronl Worben rr ..i. Unkm, sfl
Messri Mlnvlellr ChastanjB.
dm in i^enta
I .1 llir ,,n-
not yel known, but meanwhile
xui.-lm turn of the new Govern-
ment warehouse on the northern
wharf by the Colonial Develop-
mra' i "iporatlon is |ir uceitrilini! to plan.
Queen's Nephvw
Uriel 10
PERTH, Hcotland Mat I.
V Scottish Cot-ii
nephew ..f tjuw-i ffliiabuii. r,
id suapende'l hs licence for a
si foi Iriving a jeep uudci the
Ituencc i f dunk
Timothy Patrick Bowea-I.yM.
f ve.u old Tllird l^ll of Sti itn
r.-irl of
Strathmore and Kinghnrn, colld-
. | .,i otV tin- I'elth tO
Aberdeen road last I>eeembtr
Antioutiinu his decision the sherlfT
ikl he could not accept : .l-fen,,-
tended that Ihe acci-
dent was due to a m*vhan|cat
defeet in tho )eep-
Retiler
fVO PROOF
w VtfUHGTON, May-j
Mn Preda HUl rr
i'ti Comniuni i ni..11 i.i to -
n. ti, da* told
had i
" i| P.ofes.s.,1 Lattlmore,!
Ea. ten, export and former|
i. . i
1
1 ihe Cm
line Outer
i
200,000 IN MAY
DAY PARADE
i- ft R< ''

t shipp ni; optrai -
\ Ni' an ru m canal "
1 nil
largest of .,.ir naval

50 Years
1 is fast
sppruaching the hall
.
structed with tl.i
aertng knov
Of Ameri-
can te- -
"Not kj ravourable
impressii!
site m Nicaragua :i- ti.
attitude of the Nlosragua
toward In)

have th<- I
own ticket "
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\o Disclofmrr On
Coat! Price
, export-
Bnt today
i I
1 Up Nott-Baker.
'
\i MM
| | ' |
ted by the
Bo not think it
ihe price
their foreign
sales" R tiller
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PACE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY. MAT 2. UM
Catib galling
Going To Cbicco
MR AND MBS. J. R McLEOD
who arc from Torunio return-
ed to Canada by TC.A yesterday
Mr McLeod run been i>rom"ted !>
Office ManaKcr in CWctgQ Mhd bCt
i'Iv U ['lotwdiru: there to
Ul ati .ipi-nntnu-'iiT
l. < '!( -.laying nt Ci.cr.iti.mk
To Viiit Hii Home
Province
PLAZA
M
H I' L 4
..Arr'fJ
"VE OF THE W.l. CRK'KLTEftS are
Walratt. extreme rlaht heartily en)ayini
let* to right : A. Rae. Booties Willie
ft, rjuiU.nlPaul Popper
here u.th (1>de
e The other- are.
I, Ranuilhln. and
WS if0? olh,',r """ thv,,on Antiguan Weddinc
Empress Hall In London last week. A PRETTY wedding look ulai
ror five and a half hours of non- I\ |ui -
atop music at the National Ja*z Church
Band Concert Twenty bands, ..,. h when M
playing thror- of the old Dixieland of Mr a
Tuesday at the McthodlM
in St John's. Antigua,
Hilda Brown, daughter
id Mrs J. A N Brown,
A jjTnu_r_r uT!:" -_ '. 'n'prvnani ot si. Jotin'M wai
oS'th? .*2r'' y",r "^ m-,,nc",n Mr W|!| ** <-> s<
Wan? ,, mu J'""^ .',n ""I K,H* Ml F"" Kelslck. brother
ThJK.J'. Ji,^ eanlinuouilv. of ,, bridegroom w. batman
atood. is a keen jazz fan
Back From Press Talks
Mclnlosh
bridesmaid. The bride's sister Dr.
Caroline Ramosar was here from
Truiiilad for the occasion Dr
HON. V. C. CALE MLC nn<1 Mrs Con"* Stephen*. Mrs.
_ Managing: Director of the J""* Wa" Mrs. Daphne
Advocate Co. Ltd. who was in *lo,,e *" " who canw
Trinidad for the Caribbean Press rom 5l Km* IO a,,rnrt ,nr" wc'*"
Association meetlriK returned to dm*' Thp honcyrri,x* li being
Barbados on Sunday by B.W.I.A. Bpcnl "' Johnson's Point. AntlRja
Farewell
J^ISS H.RIDLER. ODE., after
XTJ. eighteen months' stay in
Barbados. Is leaving on May 5th
tor Trinidad where she will ho
tne guest iff Sir Hubert and Lady
Ranee, until she leaves for England
on the Golflu, on May 10th.
_ After spending the summer in
Eng and. she hopes to visit the
Kingdom of Jordan and also
Cyrennk-a at the invitation of Mr.
and Mrs. Perowne. She wishes to
thank all ber friends in Barbados
for their kindness and hospitality
After 41 Yean In U.S.A.
AMONG the passengers arrlv-
Ing by the S.S. Port Amhmt
on Monday was Mr. Laurie A.
Forte from New York. City. Mr.
forte who Is a Barbadian from
the Parish of St Thomas, ha
been In the United Stales for 41
On Short Visit
MR. DAN I* BLACK ETT.
Editor or "The Torch", was
a passenger by II.W.I.A. yester-
day for Trinidad on a short visit
In connection with the colony's
new constitutional set up.
During his stay, he will be the
guest of Hon'ble Roy Joseph,
Mayor of San Fernando and Mrs.
Joseph.
Visiting His Sister
MR. AND Mrs E A. Barrett who
are from Abbotsford British
Columbia left on Saturday
morning for Si. Kilts by H.W.I.A.
to spend three months wilh Dr.
and Mrs. E. Jardine. Mrs. Jardinc
is Mr. Barrett's sister.
They arrived a week ago by
T.C.A.. and their short stay here
was spent at Cacrabank.
T C.A. yesterday lor England
vis iniiidad, Bermuda ana
Canada. He u going to England
for about three months and men
fatal over to Masss CstTSM BS
Italy, h. nome province which he
his not visited In twenty-seven
for Four Week.' Holiday
MISS JEAN M PttCTl AS.
daughter of Ml -did Mrs
Stanley dc Freilas of St. Vi
armed, here recently for four
weeks' holftay and Is staying at
lbs Si Lawrence Hotel
Miss de Freltas spent part of be*
school days at the Ursuline (on-
vent here. Up to a few years as '
she used lo be on the Barbados
staff of the Royal bank of Canada.
She now lives in St Vincent where
the works in the Government
Office
Second W.I. Appointment
REV. RAYMOND WARNER
w.is an arrival on Saturday
by the Gnlfiia from England in-
transit for St. Ttiomn- where he
will take up an appointment as
Superintendent of the Methodist
Church
This is Rev. Warner's second
visit to the West Indie-, the first
being in 1943 when he went out
to St. Kilts-Nevis and remained
for six years before returning to :
England on a year's furlough.
Married on Ssturdav
ON SATURDAY' afternoon at
5 o'clock. Miss Ruby Sampson.
daughter a| Mr. and Mrs H U
Sampson of "Seaton". Black Rock.
was married at the Jamci Strec*.
Methodist Church, to Mr Bernard
'Bunny' Lewis, son of Mr and
Mrs. T. Bruce Lewis ot Chancery
La no, Christ Church.
The Bride, who was given In
marriage by her father wore i
dress of white faconne with 4
prat] Ing Icing train, her hcaddi
was of pearls, held in place by
QtMfjB Ann's Lace and tube
Mrs Gordon Cole, Ihe Brides
sister wan Matron of Honour. Her
dress was of pink tafleta with a
full skirl. Her headdress
lace stole and she tu i ,i a bouquet
of artificial gardenias
The ceremony, which was fully-
choral was performed by the Re-'.
H. McCullough. The Bestman was
Mr. John Lewis, the Bridegroom'a
Dial MM
far Reaervstlana
Last Two Shaw* TO-DAY
S 8 3D p m.
md Th* Action Dr
wbdnbsdat a Tanss-a*! isisrs
final lruulntant of Sfcm-M TSBC llinSWO a AMD
Hollywood M.t i--up Artist. Miss M.ma l-ulsa Huartc, now in
H.tI>.mI L*p Class. ..i t'.i\i Shepherd 4 Co Ltd achieved her mastery
of i'.iiitifyin-4 art in th. Max Fartor make-up studios in the nlm
capital I.v worsCiilg{ ctm>iil* with Max Factor, Jr himself. The
Max Factor Hollywood Art S; Make-Up classes, being
presentf*d free i>f chnrKe at Cave. Shepherd 4 Co, Ltd. offer
invaluabs* ni-trm-liiin tu the women of iniscity on how to become
their own i-i-on.il inak--ii|i nrlii and achieve for themselves
the f:ishii*i:il>ly glnmourous screen--t1r type of make-up perfec-
4har, and it* usjtsan were Mr.
tiordon Coil and Mr. Keith Lewis
The rweption aygaj held at
Seaton". Bluck Rock, und uV
honeymoon is bakfsOJ Sw
I'owell SprinK Hot< i.
Former Headmistress
MISS NELLY ROBINSON.
M.B.E.. who arrived here on
Wednesday from Antigua returne-l
on Saturrluy by B.W.I.A.
Miss Robinson 1* a well known
figure In Antlgun she used to be
Headmistress of X. O. R. Memorial
High School and is now retired
She was a guest of Mr and Mrs
C. ;:. Allamby of Ekllnboro. Bar-
barees Hill.
Pvneirsilon or the cu <
. Caichj -nrt o* eliw
i daeii .m.i uiu< UM .
rtif plarr for t\r*. (
An eawiarn i------
Puradr.IlCSl
ClOH
I uu
If Wen _
16. Tha stsl* 01
2fl Pie habH f I
. I
......in i*~ i *int' a.
1 Iminoii"! H Compln li.
Comings And Goings
MR JACK O'DOWD EGAN,
Director of Messrs Willii
Fogarty Ltd.. returned from
short visit to Caracas. Venezuela
via Trinidad on Sunday
B.W I A.
ALSO arriving on Sunday
B.W.I A. was Mr. Kenneth
Girling of Telecom munlcatlo
who re'urned from Miami
R. W. A. CRAWFORD. M.C.P..
KSfl tor Trinidad on Sunday
iv It W I A. intransit for George-
town. B.C., on a short visit.
\DVERTISE
in the
ADVOCATE
AQl'ATIC CLUB CINEMA |M.mb.r. Only)
i(i-mi.ii i -i t.n
BUD ABBOTT und LOU COSTELLO in
'KEEP "EM FLYIXG-
During his period abroad most
of his time was spent In the Fur
Industry and he has now returned
home to pay a short visit to his
son Mr. Oliver Forte and his sister
Mrs. G. W. Hope of Good Hope.
St. Michael Mi Forte thinks bis
home t"wn looks quite changed In
appearance and feeK that many
improvements have taken place
during his absence. Ife expects to
spend about four weeks here
before returning to the U.S.
Here for the Day ^,
INTRANSIT on the Golflto"
on Satlirday for Trinidad were
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Kelshall and
their baby daughter Kay. Mr.
Kelshall Is an officer of the Col-
onial OfnT* in Trinidad and has
been to Knglan.1 on a course. His
wife is Mr. Charlie Taylor's sis-
tar, and they spent the day with
the Taylor's while the "Golflto"
was in port.
nupert and the Dragon Pills30
Id
:
MR. AMI MRS. "BTNNY" LEWIS
BY THE WAY
AMONG the unanswered ques-
tions of our time is this: Do
codfish talk to each other in the
spawning season? Norweg'ao
scientists, equipped with every-
thing but elephants, ate >ctting
out to probe this matter to Its
aalty depths. Now it seems lo me
that. Just as mice make a squeak-
ing sound which is called, by
aesthetes, "singing." so codfish
probably moke a sound, or series
of sounds, which Is
scientists. 'talking".
Axel Gries. the faiium
ichthvologue, claimed
heard one cod say l<
"Good spnwning-
alled, by
I'rofc: .>
s Swedish
that he
another
nean.
nominal'' And let us not forges
Wordsworth's:
On April daws u-hol u*ot his dear-
est Vtsfl? ,
A conversation uHth some iorrly
Ath^ -
One d*51T while reading Shake-
speftTC TO a salmon,
lie heofrrf fhe rreatare mtsrmar
Midiii.. "Oamnioaf*
Hn/cWrm Hum/it
HTVI plan to make Ihe nation-
*> allscd Industries more popu-
lar" is said to mean 'brighter
railway stations." The wait*
music relayed through louil-speak-
ers would be more popular If girl
purters could be hired as dame
partners. The man who goes
about tapping wheels should be
dressed in Lincoln green, with a
feather in his cap. Rose-leaves
should fall frnm the roof now
and then Finally the announce-
ments could be more attractive:
"Hallo, folks' This is Waterloo
Wanda laUlni you that t>- '-* IB
i nlsjatf lonesome. It's waiting
forjust von. al platfnini 1 And,
bilks. Whare do l llimk she's
going to stop'1 Thufll slay you'
She'- sli.| |*i" .it Mot! ' n. Hnl-
t'tsb.. SudKcfold. and Abbots
I'udding. Can you beat that? Oh.
and listen folks You golta thange
By Beachcomber
at Mulsham for Beetleharrow.
Why' Don't ask me! My Col-
league, lamp-trimmer Fred Grey,
is now going to sing for
'Mother Machree Swing
Fred!"
Somethin/i Brewing
I HOPE the report Is true that
a film chief said the other
day, talking of music for a film.
'You can't monkey with Wagner/'
When I told this to Snert Vo5h,
and his Hot-Time Swlngar.K>*
Vosha said. "Aw, nuts- We gonn.
git the led outer dat guy Wagner'
boots, an' pep him up a bit. wb
coloured scarfs struck In da bru-
ter mute 'em. kinds, an' a swell
chorus uv nifty pilgrims latntn-
ta-ta." "What's Ihe film
asked "What the hell*" replied
Vosha. Hat don't make no differ-
ence to da band dSnl it Wagnai
got class. You don't have ter hnvi
no special film for a hot rendi-
tion uv dat guy's number*"
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nitght
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TU M\Y 2 INK
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE 1HHI I-
Foley ids
As i,rt'iuid.ii
Police Supl.
Advocatr f QrrrolHMxI. i.-<
CABTRD S
Major T. F>ic\. AsaUtau;
Suprnnti :
proceeded on s.a \
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Suprrmi"
of Maior a ! Mas.....<- who ha*

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Maim- Vtolcj will
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Adams
Represents
Union
I AtUtHi.tr Ctri-.|Hiiii1riil I
CASTRIES. April 20
Bli Clem MSI
Chief Ju Ucc
end Lota irdl
able la 11
trndc dispute
i.tn it frorket Unl n and tfas
1
of Cattria
i i ',
Censer..
-.ther Judl ,
re beln-
have t>e< i
the stums; m the Tribunal srHl <
announce!.
Mt Grantley Adams. Barrlstcr-
at-la* "' 111 represent
tho workers' On
IUI H 1 IEAM PHOT*M.K\Hli:i .1 i:.i*lhatiri'< Su>r*. Lett
aha..... iMi Trmlrall: fdUinui I li timllnn loni-v If
(hrMttiil \Verkev I'ntil ['on i
! rteht fSsSSMUOSTl : \M|1Univ Mn-h.iH Vilenliur f'rri* 'A .'nil
' I i ......- Olssasfa' I{i\al Ma\-I)a> fell From Tree:
Displays
m pellet
assess ih
v liitdary te-
M Day de-
\ ftojral Aii roraa plane an.
I ran h*
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h | easuurb
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requred irtri.trr
Injiiretl
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tSMjSSBL
at n~ h<;
l.oen i\
rfimti ii,

THE
MODERN
DRESS SHOPPE
For STYLE plus
Teeth Loose!
Fusiliers Postpone
Visit
(Advocate Corrr>uaiia>iil;
( 18TRIB9 April .
it woi dmouneed uiia weak lb i
owing In difficult) OK
with the k a.si -i a
was lo have DfOUfhl Um Iml-
knOni FueUfcsn Erotn Jamaica for
the ceremony on Home Fortune
St. Lucia, on May 21. the visit has
been postponed until Met
UNEMPLOYMENT IS
OUR GREATEST EVIL
Says W.L Primatr
tlEOR'.FTt
fit big sUon of employers and worl
thedra! Church ol Sitmt 'ooni >o it
and l|eard His Grace the Mow Reveti'nd Johri Knight,
Primate oi tlic West Indies Province of the Church of
England and the Lord BisJiop of tn Dtoeen British
Guiana make en appeal to H ela
fthd rmpli.vri:, in ihis country to do thfil uui
W tnd recovt'tv.
Pour Charged ftotnee Opens Trade
Arson
Will
Cheaper Flour
(Advocate C'orretpondi'nt)
CASTRIES. April 29
Arranaamanu are proefi Isbj
the purt'linso of flour IS COTCf tbl
Windward and Leeward Island*
requirement': on*a tender balls by
the Trade Commissioner in
Montreal
It i h> iMthad will
eventually effect ft reduction in
I he pric .. been Ihr
. J id Tr)
'"Caribia** Or
"CMribbva"
LONDON.
A naflSMtSQO .fiat the pn>powxt
\. I union imuld be
Bribla" or 'Cartbooa"

Dell] Trlriraph "
tr, C u coaton-Ntan,
- .y\ iiifct iu i a name lia a nice
dear rlns about and b i road
."im Italian confuatot
arone In vh* lirat place 'ihroufli
light aaoaraphicaJ nuscah ii-
It #ai UM irsl lUCb observance
In Brltlah Quiana of Industrial
Slindai and Ills (".race dclivnen
UM address
tared that an ftconomfc
Bituatlon hat developed in world
demands m evei . CODDtTT, We
mm produce mure Roods and
battai :ivlccs as a condition t-i
our recovery from the present
ilia which beset us.
"I( we l-il lu meet this econo-
mic pioblem now. v.p know wnat
to io..k forward to. We aball aa-
rtancc further deterioration m
larda of living, ami much
hardSI times than we are now
expat It u.lug."
The primate observed lhai mo
of the trreate^t e\tls was uide-
praad nnamploymenl in many
countries, tneludinc our own. He
did not dispute the fuel that the
whole problem of unemployment
of groat complexity
)! as quite sure then
Ob" solution to be found'
quickly, but he wi aqualta arsl
thai >f the bsM brain In rverj
-
io this pn I
.
i. (nation.
"In this couniry' coir.mucd
Qi '. "tha meal
asp I ol the problen
.1 -
ichool, v*l i rt* of oui
f i 0
and ft
two or three yaari of enforcco
Idleneu whlcti elapsos l-efore the>
get into a lob of son^e kfa
i;- -ii charac-
ter.
i
whkh KUltabla wora would give
to
mk" tbalr plaeeawi
eemannut)
R| II

.
colled blind alley ocioi ,tion-. .,, .,
it brtngi n
and moral SVUS in .U train"
t*an l're*v
AFTER H0000 FIRE
Q\ l iRl i I w\ | ill 28
I
-iflCI the |10,0Q
ted i building in
ttreal , pi SalvaUon
Army Central H
. .
his wife and then two
Tbi aoi u ad
gbawt .mii r uv
1
the bulldll I -lie fire i*

Sulatman Shaw,
Sultan ..' .
The lira I i I .
boun of Apni II last. Haai
....
n Mngl--
i Ma} h
/// Trinitliitl
Fair
Pulling
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Fan
H, .
uhted II i
I
Of the F

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the H
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Fame n .it hmllat
i pan. arouW
Honed bV prso
ll itti ndlni the
K$m lion Con
ru hop.i would
return to ti ,, hon......id write
aboul tha Pali
i i pi. .
CLARKE'S 'OLOS3 MIXTURE
CtUim the system irom blood
impurities ; many sufferen from
rhe imatic aches and pains, lumbago,
neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and
minor skin ailments, can derive great
benefit from this well-known medicine.
'a IIQUIO .. r.llif FORM
BRUaH... UP... TOUR... SMILE...
Stop *yc;r + :.,- ,.nrJ
Trench Mii'h
in 24 "
:
nmuh diwr--
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'*"' !"' *-ih. mi >.,...i _.._
.if nuiiHi i
Gim. cte fl

Am v.
rar Pfrrh* .,
from$2 50toS8.95
Ladies Dresses
"m Cocktaila weddinq or
otte-rnoon A tinn aaaorl-
ment in siock io chooae
Iiom In a variety ol mate-
rial!, and laleat atylea.
from $12.00 Ladies' Hats
The finest asaottment in
stock now. Many ol them
ato nchly trimmed. With
colourful foalhera. beauti-
ful flowers or hull
priced from $5.19 "P
Ladies' Housecoats
Select Irom ihia Fine Aa-
aoitninnt whether cotton,
rayon ot nylon You an
auio to iind your atyie at
prices ranqinq -
f-m 54.32 m $18.00
Accessories
Gold buttonsqold bells-
feathers (towers velvet
ribbons rayon ribbons
vetllnqs and many other
at-cettsoriee for you at the
MODERN
DRESS SHOPPE
WITH CHE CORRECT SHAPE TOOTHBRUSH
FAST BOWLn LANOI 1*11 RRI in .. U.oi diirinc Ih- East!
B-iTir. The aasssaa h Ran tOarsstall
$4,000 Of Goods
From Venezuela
Tin; i i *^* TAM
Qaiiart HRaes. followed
-!it .it thr- rlehi Pau
Tin: fiflo
bl < hrKllanl.
P 'i pat
ill In ir I .- llmll
Ittr ind Wllllim*.
:-..] 2R.
Iluiina the ln>t quarte) 104
re coll,
i utpost on ii
Venenielan froni
valuad st.fi94.iT which.....
1 ..:inn frot
. ,i-la
-
I
i outboard
export
effort
and no man Deeded -
1 i
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Windolene
ocaSS fa*:'

rtrmii
Thy think her undies
V ;V\_ are new
They look new
because they're always
washed in LUX
I.ux ua^hinj kps Tha! new
lool: : H s and
y'fti.; lothes
v.

. '. OAINTY
CLOTCE1 IKC NEWI
rot h Hint-; becomes \ Pitihe
in a new VAUXHALL
nun or rrwtfl turn i um cuoki
New shipment ol these Cars recently Arrived.
lioiinti Tlio.il LTD. ioiiitksv ABtACC
4.
\ci- Like
M \(.l(

Your Backache

nay be dut) to sluggish Kidney Aclion
f IPF IS NOT . arw.1 >.h-o oa
*- ara troubled with I he,
rheumatic paint, mil, ji lung
Riutdca and otm., fumbaao ot
tuRimon urinary ditunJer* due Ui
lii>uii*h kidney aam.
!.v put up with rain and !'
. relief by UUuna Doan'a Hackaihe
Kxtney Pill*, lliey nimulatr and
tdnrya and w help thrm \- I
ihcran* mlahi eolket In ilir
dlitrcn. Doaa1! Pull lave helped it. u*and* j
hem help you.
HAW A CBSTVKY el mettn in .,l,.,,~,
Mlmtnn du* to \naJtquei* ki.hu; actum. u >./
arasS' 'to>d of I> .-> Pilli. Orutt/ul >"n and
of all agii mt and ruim-rful ih' .;.'. imr
and urinary annMprK m lAte fnmdt
It.
I*.
QUICK.. EASY
WAY TO
STOPYOURCOLD
When you reel h
and coM lbs n
tutty oUvery i
or chill run*, ilimuph \our
body QHieki hutiy lor the
' Menihotstunt'. Put some of
ihi* bfoothabl bain on iroui
i.-tieiandiliro;ti and tub it well
inio ih,- i4ifl Mcnthoattam'
skm to
whan im pain aad loraaeaola
in K--ui to Iccl warm
and soml'uitiiblc. Also ptr
Mcntholauun' in your no*
ao that its hculina vapours ar
mhafed into your breaihir.i
DO Mgas, ( "Ids and Chill-
go quickly tlh thii doubl.
action, tie! j jar or tin 01
'Mrntholaium' to-day, but
make sure it is genuini
* Mentholatum' (Ask foi
Ml NT lit' I \Y-IUM ').
caacBiECTia
Ih laSi .indJir- Madf <>nh hi
\ The Marshnbiini I < Btoaoh, I nsbnd


IMC.i I in H
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
n mi.vv MAI -'. isvi
BARBADOS fi| ADVtMTE
*.,.,--------*., f..,
"SB. W S.S*. UM O >kl. * MM *- USsMhsei
if
l...\ 2. 193(1
Accusing Finger
Shadow
BEHI'ND a screen of secrecy negotiations
have been proceeding to decide the future
of oil in Barbados. The services of Mr.
Tanner, a Onncdian Oil Expert were obtain-
ed free of charge ana it was felt that the
island was indeed on dw vere of exploiting
its oil potential. Elgh; days ago the repre-
sentatives of Trinidad Leaseholds walked
out of the negotiations but the Government
has mad \o announcement on the matter
in spi!t. of the fact that a spate of rumoui
has been circulating.
When the development of oil became a
possibility it was assumed that the British
Union Oil Company with their associates
would be granted the licence to drill. It was
almost entirely due to the labours of experts
employed by the B.U.O.C. that it was real-
ised that Barbados may be a lucrative
source of oil
It is more than imperative that the drill-
ing for oil in Barbados be carefully regu-
lated so that the impact of oil drilling on
the island's economy be as limited as pos-
sible. If two or more companies were t^
drill in Barbados the effect would not be
beneficial to the colony. Competition in
wages, disruption of the Sugar Industry
and general spoliation of the island must
be avoided at all costs.
There is no doubt that the moral claims ol
B.U.O.C. and their associate company are
unanswerable Trinidad Leaseholds is a
British Company with long experience of
West Indian labour, If Qm lact that the
Leaseholds representatives have walked
out of the discussions reflects the view that
there is some insurmountable obstacle to
agreement the people of Barbados should
know what it is that has caused difficulty
in retelling agreement.
The iawee Involved in thin matter are of
vital importance not only to Barbados but
to the Commonwealth and some prefer-
ence should be given to a British Company
if their requests are at all reasonable. The
semi-political discu-siuns that have been
taking place with only representatives of
Barbados present do not take sufficient
cognisance of the importance of the mat-
ter with which they are dealing.
Oil is not the answer to all the problems
of Barbados. Indeed there are many who
arc very anxious about the results of drill-
ing in an island as small as this. The
Sugar Industry will be the mainstay of
Barbados long after oil will have been ex-
hausted, the beauty of the island will be an
everlasting attraction to visitors to these
shores and the establishment of secondary
industries will do more than anything else
to relieve the problem of unemployment
in Barbados.
This is not to say that if oil is present
in large quantities drilling should not take
place. But the activities of the oil com-
pany should be regulated with a view to
safeguarding the long term interests of
the island.
The island is grateful for the advice
glvtO by Mr. Tanner but it is often diffi-
cult for a person accustomed to thinking
in terms of a big country to deal with the
especial problems of a small place. Mr.
Tanner's recommendations must always
be carefully scrutinised to see whether
they recognise local peculiarities and do
not merely reflect the practice in larger
countries but which may be inapplicable
to Barbados.
Above all the public should be kept in-
formed of developments and not be allow-
ed to garner the news from rumour which
may be incorrect in important respects.
The Go\ eminent should lose no time in
Issuing u statement on the negotiations.
HIS KXlbU-KJCY'S >|Tch at vofidury industry. If we cannot
the re-opening ... the Legl |f, Snnlaliii gel the machinery for
is peiiiNiM, the most ramarkabl.- off seemdary industry. then
,ri raostn limes of any (jovernni followed their economic develon- >t ug irvrv in p'-nlation indu*-
lu-ing his regime in this Colony, mat, not preceded It. It Is all trie, in Brit -h Honduras; tractor*
tis appreciation of condition?, hi* vary well to pander to the tastinc- and other agricu. ural mill In TJ
neces- live snobbery of a community by nre at any r. te easier to obtain
pretending to teach Spanish In than induslna machinery,
elementary schools, but with the ; have wrltb i so far as if these
prevailing circumstances outs dc projects must i run by Govern-
these schools, this guarantee-, m.t I don't i them nothing but illusion and What I do mcai i> that they must
__ frustration The present Adminii- ,*. Government iBSBtred, Thi< 1
populariy accepted as being in the nation confronts the laegislalurf* tee is also His I xcellency's view
best English Conservative tradi- with repeated resoluUons for the when In a s artling proposal
'in. depends on the local expenditure of huge sums of (startling to ihe Government
knowledge of the best English money for any Issue except the Party) he acce, *H i principle a
tradition. which abolition of unemployment. When policy of Government sponsored
spect is slight it comes to that their maximum Joans to private enterprise. Shades
be seventy thousana Qf N.. on Street; how could he!
At least one Administrator refuses
nprchensive grasp of the
.-ry fundamentals, his mm.
tal analyst* af the nnancal and
atomic measures essential to
ihe progress of the Colony, is.
by popular consent, imprevuve
Whether his speech will be
ledge I
It Is significant that the speech seems
pointedly avoided any specl'lc dollars
political comment, and this, whe.i
rumours of Ministerial Status are
>o prevalent in Party circles.
Jn a welcome contrast to the
known policy of the party in
power. His Excelle.icv leave* no Firstly
doubt as to w-hat in his opinion Barbad
The present project at Scawetl
is not considered In the writers'
opinion a project for the unem-
ployed; and for two reasons Puerto
negligible number of lo lhc SQUar
are employed in rela- ot ourBi nas
to be ideologically Isolated by his
principal legislative advisers
Bravo, Governor
Hlco. wnose population
lie Is only half that
... ...mured an industiial
hould have priority in Barbados, tion to the massive expenditure. development ot Canbbean, if not
i have found that the determlns- as an un< mployment project thii Hemispheric importance This
HOT uf prlorttaM is a most dlffl- WOald bs exactly the reverse remarkable development haa been
cult problem, but there is one Secondly, our expenditure of hug* entirely <;<.\. mment inspired
priority which I suggest is lnes- sums should never be utlrzcd fot Munoz Mann, now Governor, one
capable. That I* to ensure that temporary employment That type tjm,. political leader, socialist
economic developmentthe devel- of expenditure may suit countries p,bably, but where Puerto Rico
opment of production Is given where huge unemployment num- is concerned, realist primarily, will
its proper place at the head of bers recur with the economic trade ,, down ln history as the greatest
"he queue, for without fulfilment cycle of "depression proportions. Caribbean Statesman of the cen-
of Its purpose
gmta*
community where a sub-
tury He gave every conceivublt
national wealth, there can be little stantlal proportion of the employ- concetsion i0 invite industry into
hope of substantial development of able are permanently out of work. n(s country" ** Puerto Rico has
trie s.-ial :-ivic BBd ii.iili. Kv:v per.i.'. '.. I'll-" I '" ,.,,. ,,-.-,.( | .. hlev.rr.f ,
slandard of living which 'his com- pound "we can afford to borrow. ,t haa iUBt announced its intentior.
should have priority In schemes (urther to canvass labour for Its
of productive employment where p^^ on y,,. farms and pianU,.
idltmns obtain ^Permanent Uon, of ,he Un(frd stiltw( j^,,^
unity seeks '
In this paper on Sunday last, was
Editorial to which that quota- jobs. A minimum of' 100,0M
lion from His Excellency's speech from revenue should be annually
may now be considered comple-
mentary. It dealt with ui.employ-
ment, and Its concluding paragraph
began with these words. "Time Is
running out. Action cannot be
postponed" That summarises In
earmarked" for putting the un-
employed to work
ily half the popu-
ot Barbados to the
And theirs ii
latlon density
square mile.
If we hope to gel industry we
must do all Puerto Rico has done,
and if possihle more. Everv
from direct tax with-
held, every concession denied.
mdernn the unemployed
His Excellency s comment
secondary industries. I am glad to ,""..'
... note, does not accept what this *
pregnant sentences the paper Implied In Sunday's leader.
urgency of the unemployment that the absence of minerals holds .
.Ituatlon in Barbados. For about out poor prospects for industrial./.- 3JJgiJ5J. lf ^ h,,no *d
fifty lobs two thousand men will atlon. One cannot Im> opposed to ">*_*[' ^^d^oS^rf^t*
rush into Cavans Lane; struggle. His Excellency- wise preference human ty ,idrmUIHn of spin.
osc shirts, riak suffocation and for a number of small indu.ti.c* >*PP'n. "' '^""^ "l"i_
being trampled, although the Job* to any one big enterprise, but why *5JJn*Ab^Sldm^ui I'llei",
are specifically advertised for not let on grab one of the recom- "
Seamen with papers. It is Just mendatlons of Ihe many expert*
hope, even against hope, that for secondary Industrie!.
"luates these men. The lallous-
referv
und corruption of Indiffer-
r11 i I .i -ii ini'V.ileiil In
some socially depressed areas, has
not even touched our people. They
deserve lo be helped
that sooner or lalcr must demor-
alize thimi utterly Their Idleness
stands as an accusing finger poised
Excellent v's cautionary censuring^y at Ihe conscience of
(.. tha Harbour scheme the leadership of IhU country
If |
hould be well (Krtidered. He is His Excellency nall/ed thai we
not opposed lo the scheme, but cannot achieve pmere*s w ihoul
ireful measurement of his the cure of unemployment; but
ll^TT"' i i words leave-, this scribe at least we will never achieve it if our
payment can be termed J^Jimm^mg^m^gt ^^ ^
hat capital we mav I* able b.v a collection of ideoloKisis at
Sitting On The Fence
li A .llll.Mil. I '.tllillilis
m ii to create a happy country ....
So let us go forward together with courage
and resolution towards that happy country."
Sir Staffard Cnpps's Budget broadcast.
MAYBE a hundred years from now
A happy nay will dawn
When men will ask "What's income tax?"
And me and Crlpps are gawn
When men ill ask "What's income tax
When no one's earning money?"
And mghi and day will laugh and play
And live on milk and honey-
Maybe a thousand years from now
Shaw's superman will reign
A man who lives on little pills;
Is little else but brain
Who's never neard of income tax
Who's never heard of money.
Whose sex apll is almost nil
Who asks "What's milk?"
"What* honey' '
i.il thousand years from now
In agi.s dark and dim
No man o. superman mav^livc:
No it. no he no him.
No living thing ir>ay walk the earth
Nor ilv. nor swln.. nor crawl.
The >kv the sea, the i-id may be
Chock full of sweet dam ell.
So do noi grudge that extra houi
Those taxes off your pay
Each sacrifice brings nearer still
The happy, far off day
When men will not pay income tux
Or earn their dally bread
Nor eat, nor drink, nor plan, nor think
Because they'll all be dead.
HUSH A BYE JUNIOR
An American doctor complains lh.it Ameri-
can children won't listen to mother's lullabies
because they're not up lo date and realisUc.
IF you don't go to sleep this minute. Elmer. I
shall sing you a lullaby.
Aw, pee, Mom.
"HL-h a bye Baby on the tree top."
Yeah, and I know rhe reri line, loo.
All right. Elmer. If you're so smart, what is It?
"Hush a bye Baby on Ihe Iree fop, u-MIe Momma
poes out u'ith a puu to bebop."
How dare you say such a thing, Elmer? You
know perfectly well Momma never goes out wllii
anybody but Poppa.
So Hd out d'ii/i aitubodu but Mamma'' Remember that
i BWMl and Lou*." Mom, "When Dadda
coin,., limn, bs his babe in the rwst"?
Sure 1 remember it, Elmer. Havent 1 sung it
to you often enough?
places wh<
Kindt! [until/ about that
pg home." in thoie lul-
harbour schemebut motropo'tlan centre
trade by
we have no guarantee of that.
This should not necessarily be |
priority.
To revert to the recommenda-
tions of the expertswhatevei
niln when
populated a i
I ural area.
Rnrhados
, riMtrr II..i
ly spell
ippllcd to an over-
1 Itackw.ird agrlMll-
is the altitude
labour Party Administrate
. linn i .ilv toward lli-
lssue This, e.i-ilv the major
problem of the Colony, Is given
i ..> mill.ii y pl.u i iilniost every-
thlng else that Is less Important.
Of course II's Excellency Is
right In his choice of priorities, u^. ..- ....JU. --.-----., ---
There (..n Ik- no priority over the try One for preference that doctrine of the class struggle which
assurance of a livelihood for sub- supplies material to be finished il accepts, does no* acknowledge
slantial numbers of the people. In the greater manufacturing that the progressed the community
Why build more schools to turn centres. Such a secondary industry U
out more educated citizens when
needs something
he present workng
.^pltal we can borrow, why not class party to implement His
let us concentrate In a big way Excellency's economic directives;
upon one major secondary Indus- that party for convenience of tlv-
pi-ovisi.-ii Is being made
apparently even contemplated for
Iheir employment The practio of
earning a livelihood can in Itself he
educative The hundreds of bo;
dependent upon
Id be the suppry of varn and encouragement to pr v, lire'' "loth to the texllle finish- prise both loc airy and from abroad;
Ing mill* In laincashlre Professor such acknowledgement would
Simev tlrst made the suggestion destroy Its theory of the class war.
and It has been reiterated by nullify Its propaganda, and cer-
others The competitive future of talnly weaken Its political Jntiu:
caving our secondary schools an- the Lancashire textile industry Is ence But class as Ed th Cawll
tuallv soon forget the meaning ot dependent upon such suppl'. and said Of patriotism, is not ''"ouRr,
their education after several years these are being threatened by the We will only achieve Piogrtss
u( post schrn.1 idleness. We are further rapid Induslriall/.iii.m of wheie our leadership "* "'"P'"''
nutting the cart before the horse. the East from which those sup- by community as distinct from
phes forme.ly were obtained Such ihe partisanship of class We owe
a spinning Industrv on any sub- His Excellency a debt for his un-
atanttal basis can employ thous- examplcl pointing of the way.
United King- ands. The whole economy of some "Time is running mit Action
States have areas is entirely based upon such cer.not be postponed
No modern world
iken this road to
The educational Ihe
d reforms of the
dom and United
llty ha*
development.
i, practice
Land of Prayer Gets Ready
lly Kidney Smiih
GANGTOK. India.
*TMBET. in** Land of Prayer.
M. has decided to go on a defen-
sive war footing "gahi^t Commu-
r.ist threaui.
The Lhasa Government of
hereditary noeles and "divinely
lHH.lnted" mufiks is planning thn
only on a one-man-from-one-
family basis among the trading
,-md farming middle classes who.
U SsSjr have not a man to spare
must elthi
heaviest defecg* budget and the equal to UV --
liggesv army fi Tibet's history. or hire a servant to join for them
Advice has fome from toe otn- Another forceful military meas-
Idpowrt JBenfcr Oracle ui Q> lire Just completed is the transfer
)oUI-'upped "itala Palace: "This from Lhasa of troops of the Dalai
vear wfil see tie end* of peace.In Lama, with two batteries of 30
ihe Lands of Poo." year-old mountain guns and a few
Reports frors IJiaa say the re- n.odcrn Brens. to the province of
cutting target is an Increase of Tsang. home territory of the ex-
ihe present li.000 regulars and Ued Panchen Lama, pawn of '.ho
iMilitia to 10O.*>0. If there are not communists.
lough guns tc go round, they will
borders of Eastern Turkestan
i.ssian force* have completed, a
iring ofmountain forts and tsirc
rilelds. which the^ have p.ist
anded over to the newly arrived
Chinese Liberation Forces." Ono
of the airfields la within 100 mile-.
Kashmir.
this
y.rsss ripsaw ^-.
skirmish are a pair ot omni|otent
enthroned little boys relncarnat-
DaVa'l **l lamas. In conical nats and
i-and-yellow silk gowns
use swords anfl spears.
Medieval reiruiling sergeants
Mr-capped, kiee-booted. swarthy
i-.irruigMl pouj riders with plaited
hair and silvtr daggers at their
he I ta-have arrived at TibeUn
ullages along nearly 2.000 miles
of the Jndian border.
Bait r>r Recruits
Their recnutlng notices, rough- nunareus ot mi.es ibrotum;
ly pVinteK^mbo.. pa,>cr. pic- Sinin. Chamdo. and Jyekundo
Neither has ever played
game or seen a toy. or met
fellow child. Both have alrea l>
completed their studies in logic,
philosophy, theology, and mela-
wlthaul ever leaving
their sllk-scarvcd thrones and
bannered boudoir:
The Dalai L u m a, Lhasa's
KUprenie ruler with ihe qunlifl-d
hen lama supporters, in- )prova, , tne Senior Oracle.
Panchen Lima, Is 12 But ttMJ
are about tha only individuals t
Tibet or China who know nothing
of the threats and fears exclud-
ed in their names. They an SfU
screenetl by their septuagenarian
,>( ii.fit-
The Lhasa forces have de-
posed and transferred all the
Panchen Lama's troops, police,
and Government officers. Sus-
pected Communists and militant
Panchen lama supporVws
(ludl .
Into monastic dungeons
The Chinese Communists have
built three v4artlme alrstrlpf.
iun iSSSaSS^i^J, R- Background
fob-co SSSTlea, ,.,! ,.^.ln. ,0- fttfiSttSJSte*; Urn,,.- hr. S.rvlc
Often eiiouafi u riflh
line. "WHKS dadda a
tables daddus alu-aui teemed lo be out some place.
Maybe tftOM oid timers irho torofe fhe l| jmpii.
Right now your Poppa's working late at the
office so he can buy you a noo baseball bat for
pom birthday.
Yeah. And a noo mink coat for the sleno-
mnifccr, M0, / puess. You can'l fool tne. Mom.
When your Poppa comes home I shall tell him
what a naughty little boy you've been.
If I'm still awake maybe I'll fell Mm what
nauphfy lilile boy HE'S been. Good-night, hlom.
Uood-nlght, Elmer. I'm ashamed of you.
I'm ashamed of both of you. Mom. But / '-in
take ii. Have a tuvfl lime. Mom.
NIGHTSHIRT BLUES
People may laugh at the physician who said thnt
men ought to wear nightshirts because "the
pyjama is helping to bring about the decadence uf
our good old institutions." Uu; they should re-
member that the nightshirt, in its prime, was a
most effective garment when worn by an angry-
father surprising his daughter with a young man
in the front parlour.
I.et us reconstruct a front parlour scene at mid-
night in the year 1870.
Egbert: You know, Arabella, that I have ncvci
boon insensible lo your charms. It Is, Indeed, onlj
with the utmost restraint that I can compel these
osssr .ii ins. ever ready, nay, anxious,'to embrace
that frail and lovelv form I see before me, to re-
main.
Arabella: Hist' But what ii that? (A heary
fooisfrp is heard on the stair. Arabella throws a
brauHf(illy-rimed stroon and falls info Epb-rri'i
arms. tSif-r Arabella'! father. Old Man Grimjau1,
COmptotg bMlfl 'liuhtshirt. boots. Dundreary whis-
kers and candle. The draught from flu- hall Is
blowing hard acroti his hairy legs, giving Egbert
a fleeting impression of corn u-at-nio In the breeze I.
Old Man Grimjaw 'staring hard a: Egbert)
Dastard!
Eibert (flushing): I beg your pardon?
Old Man Grimjaw: Dastard, I say.
Egbert: <>h, I thought you said ....
Old Man Grimjaw (raising his -iiht foot):
Silence, sir By your ungenllemanly conduct, sir,
you have outraged ihe hospitality of this roof. Get
oul, sir. before I kick you out. sir, and never
darken these doors again, air.
(Hurried exit of Egbert)
HEART TO HEART CHAT
IT IS Incredible to me, dear, that you should
have any iiualms about being a farmer's wife. I'
think you are very fortunate. Indeed, to be en-
gaged to such a worthy young man.
You say his m inn'.rs are uncouth and that his|
c]r>thes smell of p.g'i swill when he takes you out;
of an evening. You should not be so particular,
dear An honest man with an unpleasant odour is
belter than a scented villlan.
Try ammonia, dear, and look on the bright side |
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Life Depends On Water

WE can live without housi' 01 { other too f loth Ing (or months, we ean live power and cleclrUii
wittKHit rood for days, but to live water; meehaniuil ;
Vithoul water is figured In terms proeesscs m industi >
of hours mid minutes from earliest times
It ll something we seldom thln.t provid.-.! men wltli
olKgt Watei is common, easily trunsportatloni wilei
accessible, und cheap. II is cheaper location of cities and
than dirt. You enn buy, watet n form ol Ice wat*
af atMaa, delivered by Up to-your ally lor cooling and praaarvi
bath and sink, lor .' nlckle n Ion. walei i> the great determlnai I
while jusi ordin, <\ dirt fill costs political boundaries,
from a dollar uj>. and top^il come, ^^
"tttrSlWllylwh..... crisis occurs there n.durally is compeuil,
that we rcaliu- our do|>endnce twa
uixm water Even then we mostly Um
take -itoPB.U' meaMires such as federal governments B1u1 ste|
prohibiting ihe watenng of l-wns aneTeMabllsh prioril .
S ^ultm, ofl II .upply for a prohibit rtreet washing, oi ie<
rjw hours da> o] In New withdrawal for atari
York recently, go.ng without shav- generatlnc. or ration the juppi
Ing on one day a week mdusiries.
h i naragniph. here arc ten ot
, .,t water. Our disregard of the Import
the prim
I hill.
.- JiH Water Is benevolent, "hen denses lo form clouds, and lal^r run-olT, and thjg i-
,1 ,J\- properly Mi.mi.Red. It can be pro fulls back to the earth as rain A .tviitmn
SSuSP5ueGt and will support prosper- It is oovious that Iheiv i
"T.-ou- communities .1 Its flow is Rain which falU on the land is use in crying for ram if we allow
if-is wisclv used Our water problem* disposed ot In some or all of four il to wash across our fields and
'. '.,! ..... the outcome of our efforts to ways: nome evaporates directly, make its quickest way to the mm
adni.1 ,iui phygtaal mviniumanl to some is held In the surface soil along some river bed Mms
orta! Maids, BBd subsequently evaporated oy limited comprehension has wa ted
cal rain forests and swamp land
.lie unlit for permanent settle-
ment. Even passing floods make
life miserable for many cities and
farm districts.
Extiana _(np i oiiomiu
iihout rsxkonliuj
nature's unchanging
All ihe w.iter gvallabta so man
Is derived from the condensed i
pour of the iitinosphere. An
(IWien.lv on plants, some lllters through th.' mil.i.nis of acres ol l.ui.i ,..u..\, by
tOB Livers and passes to the rocJQr sharp drops in crop yields, starved
strata beneath, gad SDBM runs jIT cattle. si>re.ni deserts over the fa.-e
late rivers and streams. The of Ihe cailh and devastated m-
.. amount of rainfall available for dustrial areas.
md-nanrti upon H i--"" ^"' """"'l "' n'" """'' IX ^^22^ There is, without doubt. .
^.- of hydmlogy ,wh,eh Is concern^ atmUon in I(.|,aril to
"f^'V". water in many parts of the world.
(eograph.cal Svulctty , drm'kllbiP or (lllK.rwi>P
usable water Is fast becoming lha
That part of the rainfaU that is "m"!-"f ^tor ">." .Pan""
absorbed bv the ground is of verv ' <'ncu lure and Industry and
the growth of communities. Many
m -Ity and town that only a few
,, one use" and anoihe, S. .', with the p.onertie, and dlstr.bu- "* Jjjjjj'
- municipal or provincial J* lion of water) was taken in reecH J''; and ,n"
It was recognition of the m
. ,; |h uiiiil.ution and
tnuWDOfl ol wiiler obev a funda-
mSQtalla* Of etpiilihnum. This re-
..... is called Ihe hydrologu * imi-.rtan...
, /eta. It 'leprcsenls the balance cf unl11 loin5 lnP v"sl "luierground ycar> aBO n(l(| adequate reservoi.
that exists between (1) reservoir of w.,:-i that exists under capac.ty is finding that an un-
oceans, lakes, streams and under- practically all of the earth's expected increase in population
verv one "f which hai been the ft rainfall :.nd water luppl) nu i ground waters, (2i ihe solid part surface, it is this ground water, as ^j,^ lu wa, ,upp|v> The farm-r
hnii of hVDdnds ol volumes of fix-come a dangerous mlluenc- In of Ihe earth, and (3) the atmo-- It is called, that reeds springs and finds that he must dig deeper wells.
iethnl.ll writing;: Moisture in the/our civilization. It lead, lo faultj phere wells II furnishes in gomp places, where water is
Lit Bnfceg 0TKS '/ ",ir ttmmtm drawn from ait.:
'irinkimf water la our greiileJ thinking about colon.zation and Water is ceaselSSSly drcUlaUng It dissolves ml ill Is being carried fn.
from low* immigration, blinds us t<, ihe con- from the earth to the atmosphere the soil, thus supplying f,od lo watersheds to nil up th.
SaUth asain. the plants. capacity,
and leads us int" i
UJ Judgments about the loca- lakes, i iver.- and OP > SSg of water ,.i-
and prospects of factories. .ir; this con- for our use is lo intercept it in the most as bad as a shortage. Tropi-
i
grow only wl*
Sis sea is the homu ol the llsh an'
PIIM HUM.
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STEW VEAL STEW BEEF
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COCOMAI.I
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PACK F1VP.

Religions
And Customs
O/India
ALtCTlll ON "Religion- and
Customs of India" arlll be
aiven by Mr. C. John, ai Hie
Y MCA. at 8 o'clock I
night.
Mr John* has spent several
yean in India and travelled ex-
tensively throughout that country
At the conclusion cf the Lecture
anyone present Is im ited to ask
questions on the sub'ect
SIX ACJIDENl occurred ovc,
the week-end. but in nu
instance was anyone severely in-
jured.
Four menJoseph A 11 e y n a,
Clyde Cirter,_Darnley Codnngton
and Charles "icilywere in)ureo
when a lorry on which they were
travelling, struck a rock in the
road at about 230 a.m on Satur-
day.
The lorry, which Is owned by
Wlllla-.i Gittenn of South Dsttriflt,
St. 'jeorge and was also being
drnen by him. whs conveying a
bo.irded and shingled house along
v/arner Road, Christ Church when
the accident occurred. Fourteen
men wen- on the platform of :he
iorry. The house, which ki '.lie
property of Horace AUeyne Qj
Mapp Hill, St. George, was being
removed to Dover.
AU the injured men were t;iken
to the General Hospital. Codnng-
ton and Sealey were detained.
while the others wore treated and
discharged.
WAKEFIELD ROAD. St. John
was the scene of an accidem
at about 9.30 a.m. on Saturday
between the motor lorry T-190.
owned by George Moore of Small
Town, St. John and driven by
Thaddius Moore of Barrack Road,
Bank Hall, and a bicycle ridden
by Kenneth Holder of Venture, Si
John.
The bar, head-lamp and back
wheel of the bicycle were damaged
Holder was taken to the General
Hospital by the Police van. He
was treated by Dr. David Payne
and detained.
A DONKEY -DRAWN cart,
owned ai d driven by Prince
Fields of My Lord's Hill. St
Michael, was involved In rn
accident with a motor cycle, owr.cd
and ridden by Grant Crookcndnlr
of St. George, at about 4.15 pjn
on Saturday on My Lord's Hill.
The shaft of the cart was broken
while the front fork, handle-bars
and head-lamp of the motorcycle
were damaged.
ON 8ATABDAY night shortl>
after 10 o'clock an accident
occurred on Dottlns' Alley, City,
between a bicycle owned by Med-
ford Hunte of Parish Land. St
George, and ridden by MacDonald
Walrond of Airy Hill in the wine
Parish, and another bicycle, owneti
by Leslie Nurse of Mansion Road,
Bank Hall. The front wheel and
fork of Hunte's bicycle were
damaged.
HPWO .MOTOR LORRIES be-
longing to Messrs. General
Traders Ltd., Staple Grove, Christ
Church, were Involved in a
collision on Sunday at about 7.30
a.m. on St David's Road. Christ
Church. The radiator, fan and
right head-lamp of one of the
trucks were damaged.
'TMIE IX>SS OF three boxes of
M. potatoes valued $10 was re-
ported by James A. Tudor, He
reported that the potatoes were
taken from his residence "Lemon
Grove". Weslbury New Road on
Saturday.
A CRICKET MATCH was play-
ed at Highland Grounds on
Sunday between a team captained
by Carl Drakes, and another
skippered by 1. Dawson. The
game ended In a draw.
Drakes' team won the toss, but
the entire side fell for 117 runs.
In reply Dawson's team knocked
up 106 for the loss of five wickets
when stumps were drawn.
Drakes captured three for 42
runs.
GLADYS LAWRENCE of Christ
Church was seen in difficul-
ties while bathing opposite Denise
Monlc". near Balhsheba, on Sun-
day morning at about nine o'clock
She was rescued by Carlton
Moore and Seibcrt laawrci.ee. both
of Christ Church.
BARBADOS EXPERIENCED
very dry week-end. Between
Saturday and up to 6 o'clock or
Sunday morning only one part of
rain fell. This was in the Parish
of St. Philip.
On Sunday ami up to 0 o'clock
yes(enl.iy morning a '
parts fell but 01 Ihta oeRf th
parts fell during the day in one
parishSt. John.
The returns for IbM per lot
during the night were St Thorn
10 parts. St. Joseph four pans
St. James two parts and St. Johr
three parts.
TowriPlanning
Inquiry
THE T'llluwing text has been
ssued by the Acting Colonial
Secretary, notimng the appoint-
ment <>f Mr H. A. Vaughan to a
Commission of Enquirv
WHEHEAS by the Commission
of Enquiry Act, 108. it is enacted
that It cttall be lawful for the
-:n-Exe tee, whenever he shall deem it
advisable, to issue a Commission
appointing a Commissioner and
authorising such Commissioner to
enquire into the conduct of any
officer in the public service of the
Island:
AND WHEKRAS the Governor-
in-Executive Committee deems a".
advisable to issue a Commission
appointing a Commissioner an.t
authorising him to enquire into
allaajatiOfM ugainst the conduct of
officers In the public service:
AND WHEREAS the Governor-
m-Executive Committee is of the
opinion that such an inquiry is for
the public welfare:
NOW THEREFORE, know ye
that by these presents and by the
power and authority in me vest-
ad. I Alfred William Lungley
Savage. CMC, Governor of the
Island, do hereby. In Executive
Committee, appoint and constitute
you. the said Hilton AukusIus
Vaugln. to be a Commissioner
fur the MtrpOM of inquiring
"whether there Is any justi-
fication for allegations that
payments, rewards or other
considerations have been
sought, offered, piomistjl. made
or received by or to the Archi-
tect and Town Planning Officer
or other public servants em-
ployed in the Department of the
Architect and Town Planning
Officer in connection with the
construction of building* for
which the said Department is
responsible; and If so. in what
circumstances the transactions
took place and what persons
were Involved therein "
and of reporting thereon:
AND I further authorise you In
the prosecution of your enquiry
to obtain such evidence or infor-
mation as you may deem neces-
sary in the furtherance of your
lnvestig.itInn. subject to lbs re-
visions of the Commission of
Enquiry Act. 1906:
AND I hereby direct you to
hold your Enquiry at the Town
Hall on such dates as you shall
appoint.
AND I further direct you to
render a report of the said En-
quiry within thirty days of the
commencement thereof, but in
any case not later than the thir-
tieth day of June. 1950
Qto*n LIMIT im hand and
the Great Seal of the Island.
this first day of May. one thou-
sand nine hundred and fiftv in
tha Pourtecalfa Year of His
M ijr-ly's Deign
llv His Excellency's Command,
P. F. CAMPBELL.
Acting Colonial Secretary.
What's on Today
Medina of Barbados Asso-
ciation In Aid of in.mi
Deaf and Dumb, at Social
Welfare Office, garrison.
2.30 p m
Meeting or House a( Assem-
bly at .: 00 p m
Football al Queen's Park at
V00 p m
I'.iIj. Rand Concert at Bay
Street. LtplaUiade. at 00
p m
Baoket Ball al V.M1 A at
7 30 and 8.39 p m.
First House of Assembly
Meeting For 1950 Session
WANTD-100,000 FOR? DOS DEVELOPMENT CO.
All Day Rush
For New
Stamps
Several employe
Office had to do the work of sell- ^ed rrT .A,
ing stamps yesterday, when the .nm,w '
new issue was on sale for the first I
Perjury Case
Dismissed
THEIR Honours of tne Assis-
tant Court of Appeal Mr, O, L
Taylor and Mr. J W B Chenery
yesterday upheld a decision of
Hi* Worship Mr A J. II. Han-
Shell who dismissed a case which
iginald Easlmond of Britton's
Hill brought against Egbert
Gilkes. alleging that he had com-
mitted perjury on December 31.
1948. The alleged perjury was
claimed to have been commiited
during a case which was heard
before His Worship Mr. II A.
Talma. In that case Easlmond
had accused Gilkes of fraudulent
conversion of 50c.
The ense arose out of transac-
tions In ...nnection with A.M.E.
Church 'unds.
Eustini nd was represented by
Mr Ward, Mr. Douglas appeared
for Gilkes. Eastmond appealed
agaiiu-; Their Honours' decision
The charge wug brought up on
rMlntal, but Mr. Ward con-
centrated on three instances of
the alleged perjury in his address
to the court.
One point which was strongly
argued was whether a denial bv
Gilkes of his having said he hail
had n sum of money in hand could
constitute j perjury if It were
proved that he had not said In
hand, but that he had had the
mone% to the credit of the church
Stick No
Bills
Posteri, cannot be vtuck on build-
ingn. tree-., walls, fence*, and the
like, unless permission has previ-
ously been given in writing by the
owner, occupant, or person in
charge of the premises.
This information was gleaned
by a representative of the Advo-
cate yesterday, when he tried to
find out whether there is any
official Regulation concerning the
posting of bills, elc.
The indiscriminate posting of
those van-coloured bibs of paper
along the highways presents an
unsightly appearance, and ihi*
occupants of premises thus decor-
to bejustifiably
FIRST MEETING of the BotlM
of Assembly since the re-opening
for the 1930-51 Session takes place,
at 3 p.m.. today, with loo Govern-
ment measure* on the Order
Paper
The first it a Resolution to
make it lawful for a VatTtrJ lo
lease bind with.n then parish lor
u period not exceeding 21 jtan
Purpose of the Resolution is to do
way with im UBwkfkty practice
of having to pas* an Art Mcfa
time that a Vestry wishes In lee
land for mure than a year.
The second Government
measure is Resolution to sanc-
tion and confirm the rules
entitled the 'Merchandise Mark:
Rules 1MB." made by the (legisti..
on April l. 1950, under the provi-
sions of the Mcichanditc M-.i
Act. 1949.
First item under Private Mem-
bers' Business is a Bill tabled b)
Mr. F. E C Bethell to vest
parcel of land in St. John in the
Ilishop of Barbados and the He t< of St. John.
Mr. D D Garner is then ex-
pected to move the passing of an
uddress tu the Governor siskin*:
that i:i00,000 be appropriated
from the Gener.il Revenue for th
establishment of the Barbadu
Development Co.
NearbyHut
Not Guilty
THKIIt Honours of the Assistant
Court of Appeal vesterday e
firmed a decision of Mr. H
Talma, Police Magistrate
District -A". Mr. Talma had fined
Josefih Watson of Hopes Alley.
City. If> when he had found
him guilty of having gambled on
Conchs Alley on March 18.
Watson was charged along with
Brandford King and Claris
Bourne of Culloden Road. King
and Bourne pleaded guilty, but
Watson who admitted being near-
hjy at the time of "the arrests,
denied that he had been gamliling
ime. The
, It wait disclosed that anyone-
mmum
time.
The Postmaster told the "Advo-
ate" that though at the lime of
losing it was nut possible to
ascertain the actual amount of
stamps sold, he was certain that
the sale had been a big one having
regard to the consistent demand
throughout the day.
This barrage of purchasers was
ntlcipated he said, and therefore
plans were made to get .hums
or king as smoothly as possible
and to the satisfaction of the pub-
lic.
Two ladies were called upon to
sell to those persons who only
wanted sets of stamps and there
wag an abnormal demand for
these. They Just vanished as it
were, he said.
In a shnit time no less than
about live selling points were
established including one in the
informal ton Branch. He thought
the work had been performed
splendidly and to the sjtisfactiun
it ihc publK.
The rtamps are of twelve deno-
nrinattOfsl tanging from I cent to
two dollars and forty cents.
The icllinK of the issue also be-
iMN II! l:nKI.,' .1 1-1.
Crown Agents for the Colonies
the owner,
under the
190J4.
upant, or caretaker
Petty Trespass Act
"Just Taking
A Walk"
FRANCIS WEBSTEK of Church
Villa**, St Michael, was sen-
'i'i.u'1 to It days' imprisonment
with hard labour ycaterdav bv
"I. Worship Mr D. D Morris.
ShM found guilty of
Marina In "th Avenue. Belleville.
ith intent lu comml*. an offence.
Webster was seen about 1140
pm In 7th Avenue. Belleville.
king around at. the bouses
He went to a fate and began tq
open it but was arrested When
asked what he WM doing tliere
that time he said he was just
taking .1 walk
'Moneku"
Biwk For
Overhaul
The motor vessel Moafk. atal
an absence from the isUisl of OWV
six months, sailed to Nf
tlie Cn-eenasje yesteria>
The Mfca with its sister sh\p
C.'ribbce once made regular call*
ban, Av least once e\vi. tu.
weeks it wan in port with passen-
gers and cargo chiefly comprising
fresh fruit and cabbages from
Dominica
Then* it changed skippers, and
Captain Hinson. the m>w skip-
per, began trading with Curacao
and Aiube,
The main purpiwe of Um Mon
rk*' visit Is an overhaul After
a year of Maxb s tiling, ttaa boi-
torn needs cleaning, and IBM shin
minor repairs
Three passengers who come up j
with her from Curacao said that
they enjoyed .hell trap up The
weather was very fine, peiniutm-
tha isaaael to covei ,iu> > >.-!
iron. Grenada hen^ in one a...
V.VW.Vs
Fresh for youi
Pets! !
PIRINA DOG CHOW
PIRINA BABBIT CHOW
h Jason Jonas & Co, Lid
DUtrlbaUra.
'Polick' Up lly
End Of May
Divers did not work on lh<
r.iUch yesterday.
<)n Thursday la.-.' wt>k hit-
of sails were liroiighl up and
pi--...I out leriiit* th.
with a pile of lumber
The ballast of the Patlrk hai HV
!., t.u-kle.1 vet Pl.m- are afoo-
fos gelling h'up before the end o!
May
Fined For Assuult:
Appeal Fails
TWO decisions of His Worship
Mr. II. A. Talma were yesterday
confirmed by Their Honours of
the Assistant Court of Appeal
Mr. G I. Taylor and Mr. J. W B
Chasatr) Mr Talma had fined
Orlando Boyce 20/- and Eldine
Boyea 10 when he found them
guiltv of having nsaaulted Bea-
trice Roett on December.il. I94S.
W)Ilium Becktes of the same
address. H'Tl'iii'i- Hill, was fined
20 loi committing the same
offence He appealed, did not
appear at the retrial and the de-
cision ;inaint him remained in
force
Thau Honoun ordarad BacUaa,
and the Boyces to puv % l .ipp Mat
costs
PEASANTS' LOAN
BANK REMOVED
The Peasants' Loan Bank h'
in en removed from the rife Daai
the Chll:i. .Mil Leagii
CrocgM u> tha biu kUhg formal 1
c-ccupied by the Departmeni <
Science and Agrieultoie
This is only .1
arrangement until other pecotn
modation can b"- found the Advo
esle was Informed yesWrday.
Bad Brakes
OSCAR WOKHE1J. Of hrj
Land, was round guilty of driv-
ing the motor lorry M Ml 00
II.ill......-s Ito.id, ., highway, *itli
IraMBeleni brakes on Februuiy 3.
Mr. A. J H. Hanschell ordered
him to pay a fine of 3 111 two
months or in default one month's
imprisonment.
30/- FOR GAMBLING
CHAHLFS KlNfi. a labourer of
Black Hock arM fined 30/- by
Mr A J. H. Hanschell yesterday
Prince Alfied
FLYING FISH SCARCE
Flying Fish were ve .
die Public Market yesterday
evening The fishing boaU that
re'urned between 2 and J p m
brought in mostly shark.
On Sunday evening Hying fish
1 .'ere so plentiful Dial thev were
selling at threi- OBnU aactl bu
yoartaTday avanlnsj || ml '..i- ll
al
H VtlAKS AOO
ADVtH'ATi:, MAY I. 182k
1 baUaya thai the daath of Mi
Wailiiiigt.Mi ll.1tp.-1 will !>.. felt b>
iiii m loai lo tha 1 ommuniti
i. Harpar, tha rniichteii-
.'.1 City ralht 1 and Vaatryman v
well known h, SVaryafM, and there
can he Mr) lew who have noi
come to root-mse In him 11 man <>l
conapieuatn h.....ash ol ptirpoaa
wide i.vinp.ilhie-,. anil voiiud jud.
ment wild ., tOUCtl of mnills in
the ihreetion ol social life
C.OC II
NATURAL
G A S
WHY?
IMPORTS
YESTERDAY
Over 1.322 bags of fine sail
along with ample supplies of beer
vermouth, and onions arrived
from Liverpool for Barbados
Sunday. These were the cargo of
-s Interpreter.
The Interpreter brought a varied
cargo. Biscuits, stoves cod livi
oil, enamel ware and hardw
were other items Included in the
.cargo.
On Saturday, the Flaater called
(rota Curacao, and Trinidad. Iv
cargo Included rtfsBO, ftan paste,
machinery, cycles, mo'oi paj v
bolts and sU-el bars.
Both venae's operate under the
Harriaon Line.
Arriving here yesterday morn-
ing was the Shoo.ier D'Ortar with
ll tons of firewood, and 500 bags
of charcoal The D'Ortar cam*
Iron* British Guiana
.-:
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Tha .w HORHIS Sts U | su with a brUli.ni pfr
aaasyjM waiul sjsjsjsji .-*>iibH saghw. 1
.. al asau *uaia tha aajaawai ! d
U rssHIlly ipr| It it Mf >af . la*osadat froat 1
mm MS"DMSt re*d-holding Inrihuil kjdnvlii: bnkm ! psskmi
a slepBSMg, wkl dM> *ihm |Ivm fall >Wwi of ro*d and UaSc. tmi
Bgka mr* sassftag gh-ss wstpln* msiwI sos raaoow srlviag 'aUgM. la
aMMktiaa m all imm fastam Uwwa b. of mm, Um uwUimnuI UURR11
flail 11 T l| *yd. Mui r-iakibrr. Iss Us sssl km avkssp esn*.
ic itx a
BTOM m 11 1 vin-. OOHI
I a Course of
It EX A L 1
RISMA-f.kX
STOMAOal HMrasflal
\\v |ln oner these I
HE\ \tA. PRODUCTS
(Oil I.ltl.R OIL KMIXHION
I in i.ilatahle form
Suitable foi chil.lieii and adulU
COLD AND INUI tN/A MIXTl'ltE
SVKI V Or HYI'tlPHOSPIIITKS ....
KNIGHTS' DRUG STORES
FOB I >. 1 1-l.iiMi 1 1 -
CHH'K THIS LIST NOW!
I.S'
HOYS' 1, BOSK C.rcv only...........@ > .72 pair
HOYS' SIIIKTS
In ^l^i|M'^ ami phiin colour* 'u* 87c. 12.01. $2.42
and S2.S2 rach
BOYS' K.TON CAPS......Si' 2c. and 3ic. racli
PLASTIC HKl.TS...............S Me. ..
BLACK and TAN LACK SHOKS
(Si.f 2.i| ............ J5.ll pair
BLACK I.AI'K SHOKS (Site 2i) ...... M.S0 pair
TAN LACS siioks (She 25) .....S6.20 pair
KHAKI IIKII.L ......from H7r. to $1.12 yd.
VIHI.S
DM II I.IM Ss In Nu\i. Koyal HroHii Hrigr, Pink,
QrMB, l.nlil. IVii.Ii ..ml White .i 2... Sic., and
7r. a Yd.
DYED TOIIKALCOill Whili- Royal and Navy.
< llll.DION S LACK SHOKS
In Black ami Tun (BhaN III) u Wl a pair
OIKI.S' LACE SIKIKS (Sirei 2S) rn' S.ll a pair
PANAMA HATS ',i< $1.02. fl.79 and SI.82 each
BKRKTS in Qreea, Beig*, Brown Sox.-. Bed,
Km ill .in.l N:iv> al SI 111 rach.
/s m irio.xEHr
Balers, Qataik. Peneltai glmpiaeia, Holders. OeUea
I'l... ..hum. K.li'rliriink und \Van-riiinii\ Fountain Prna.
HARRISON'S BROAD ST.
THIS CHAP LOOKS
PLEASED WITH LIFE
HE SMOKES
"DOBIES
FOUR-SQUARE PIPE
TOBACCO.
99
THE FIHST LETTER to
>SSM-JSSSSI
I Adrocalc 'es
FORT ROYAL I.AIIll.i: LTD
Phone 238S Diitributort Phone 4504
Liberty of London ...
The name alone i* your miaranliT ol Kine Fubrics.
w.. hare -
INTLII
fiPLN 1'IIJI i:
Crease resitting .16" wideper yd.....(T 1 (j|)
PLAIN LIBERTY LINEN
(reuse rc-.isli.iu. in Shade* of <.reen, Siixr. Diirk Hrnvvn.
I.ij.'hl firry, Ko%e. Heine. A|in. I....lit lllue. Pale Pink,
Tan und (iniiiniin. W widejut \A. ^iPHP
Cave Shepherds Co., Ltd.
10, 11, 12, & 13 BROAD STREET.


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HENRY
BARBADOS ADVOCATf.
L-W^l ^3f^__ _
BY CARL ANDERSON
I
TITSDAV MAV 1. l3tl
WCKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
Ta_* NO -hE' ------------------- -^
VEV8 cOQliiS"
IT CU3HT TD .
, BE lACNDESC.,.
FOX>)
BY CHIC YOUNG
THE LONE RANGER
I COME (HSUVfR. NO*M SIM leCMPlV! WEU CATCH ,
AT LEAST ONE Of wOlt MM)
FRANK STRIKER
.. .
I'LL TAKC TN pu a?*,
T< MIDOLf ?ITl-Wlie*
MWraofH-M
'*J rASI HI'S GO* 6UM' '
N^PAUNCM IS f ASV "
ii.i.l
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC-MANUS
I .A3SS-T.i<. ifi **f3-''V
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COOL BEAUTIFUL
FERGUSON FABRICS
FOR WEAR AT NIGHT.
STOCKED BY LEADING STORES.
99
Hake v.iiir Srtftliiins
\m i*fsf...
Ivet. Mu.i. pm lb
CVtmu per lb
Tin. TMhIom
Taenato Juic
.. FRiii Salad
mm & sampson
!; m RW'EIVED
s
Pah Hi..ii>.'. sufTord
Pork Sahuin
Pah IhOTT* Oxfmd
Sa*ae
l'..lr-th.-ri.<-
i ambru\i, SkanvatM
Piiieapplr Jam (2 lb.)
.. Marmalade Jim it lb.)
ttarm .l..!r !.m 11 untie) A Palmer"*
BhrulU4 linr : of
\-oH-.i (1 lb)
Tin ( nurd I'mhi (I lb)
HhWtCft-t (1 rt>)
INCE & Co.. Ltd.
UIAL 7236 ROOUCK ST.

mm
MOMif
LISTERINE
ANTISEPTIC
iMtrruic A,,(,,f-|>i,. i.
arturlfiTudJnihehome.
Iwa.t rMd) c. render
Srw m! when ao acci-
dent occur.. Never
newifhoutthimfe.
_. reliable ann..,,!,!
' that i* mi helpful in
guarding ag.t.nit In-
fection, i..urine
I AMHcptlc i real
I htallh [".mo.ii. i.-
fcccpn l> ::..- , >OL)r
home. JB1,!
Obtainable at -
THE PHANTOM
BY LEE FALK ft RAY
ISUPPIHL : At mt W [
\l* THk lM-\
a OONT U) (TOTUE PURU6U. 0
AtWAlP
S3 VVHEBtARE
WhOSr WHO V/AIM
Wt TAKE THEM
\ALt OUR WEALTH.
MOORES
'iFWEIWFUSrTHElR"
Apr iwtwnL t*eiov,
.1; OIR HAPi y FEE
PAYiAKoON! 0
jlOGT WHO WALKS
Wri'
/r
from frt-ri/
Co// Hi Ot
? COLLINS Ltd. dF
and wlrcl your Favnnritr Line
S>oWMvta CJt a
BEADTT HREPARATIOKB
OlMWHtOIIMNl
CLEMEIVT'S
INDIAN TONIC
An rxtrpiional Tonic, containlof-
Mult Extract. Nujc Vomica. Damlana etc. Tndirnfr.l in
ssaA^vRlE^^1......
Wc haw Jmi mim|._
ARRID DEODORANT
Price: 8/- A JAR
Messrs Booker's n-oos) |MStores lid.
Breaa tr..t and Alp],. Pb.rm.cy, Hiillni.
ike
TTUIm!
BRITISH
BERGOUGNAN
TYRES
PLAXT *Trt*XS |.TB.-Dhtrlbuton
So will you when vmi bale at home
with Fleiif hinann'i Fait Rding Dry-
Yea*t. No h-mimitr ,|.th to the
grorerNex'ervlin.. -", .nt tr. half
Nommrwornevahn-it ym*
Fleiachmanna won yeaat Mayi fretl. for Weetta. 0
luwinAifcAmrv.thM aitingrrtultv G.-t
FlfMrhmann'iPait Ri.int Q
todajjt v m K.
:r^
hbh m roojDOi
I
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ik-'
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^. Let .n.i 10 minute*.
Then Wit When diMolve4.
'"'paclcafm1iirilonecom.
iiretMd yea rake in any
*" 5&5KT ?fes^ mt/;out refriger&t/'on
The
TELEHOIST
HydrauUt Tipping Oeor
PrKlilon built, and da.l|nMj to minimi..
ttraln on cha<.ii, Talaholat Hydraulic Tlp-
plnf Caar can ha nttad to almoat an, trpa of
hort or long whaalbaia ,.h|cla. SpMatf
lippin, I. controllod from tha drWar'a cab
and tha bod, can ba raiiad or low.rad and
held at any Intermediate poertton.
All Talaholat equipment It auaranteed for
twelve month..
arbaan flni akalaeii
J* r"r '.....,H,ails '""' "" bh 1,,|5 ror Bartad.,
www estatk in mam i*. m,
flat Slrprl.


TUESDAY, M W I M5o
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE SEVEN
<.* I HA Ml \ I NOTICES.
DIED
DOIOLAS ERNESTINF. 1 .WIN ,
her residence. "O-Celta" Bay St m,
S_nda> SOih Ap.-.l < JH am Hrr
*** "S B'**1 "" '" afternoon
at CD Ch Cemetery
NELLIE DOUGLAS .daughter
Chr.
rt Chui
lor
l-ll.
thence .
inrtands air invited.
Mela Preacod. ILiUrrl Bealhwaite.
l-lian Belaravc. Driaci....
Helen Fort* .Children.; Oi.rt rm.
cod. Biiean Goddam. 'Grande.iidirn
Trim.tad Papei. |>'.hh cop%
THANKS
We the uruler.tgned bra lo thank all
'-"*' '< ''" '
latter, or in BBS ..ihrr ..s
tOetr tvmpiihv . irii ... (.,
*"'"' T
Fon ijivi
MOW*
',, "tln*. rUn.lahrt freer. Hay ha
SISS**^ ***' not** ih heal.,
on* SB4S ,, ,.., ,.
GRAND VIEW -Qa*-,rnm*nl ll.ll. k-
-> io Ociooar. Appl> r C
W 4 SB -to
i irn r Hamilton
n i.n*d ] 1-------------------
*>. Apply lo Mia* Itavlrv. tl.i.thw.
Ft l.inii Dial 1144 M In
Kalol. BfM .n Mr A< ft*. -
Fraiai Mr .(, |
Wai Mt At Mr. Uilhai
as W--In
CAPT EDMl'Nn LEON JORDAN u
VenetlM 1. It A
eerelY all hi* nit-i v- r.i. .' Ha ~i-......
SI Mich*. ii-
ill. r*l and afla hJM M
UEL. JOH11AN n
>1M In
i \nr.r. cool iuniu * m pe. ...nnih
' .1.' art. | .-,.. s..,.
'Lie* Rock ft j,,
irn...r.ed or unfumlahnl 1 bedroom ~
'is modern convenience* Oaa In-
jU!i*d for rooking Apply- Eh*c Court,
listings H4.M~l.fn
'"'-' NT l*ptr Bay si 0MN4W
-iverl Tor particulars apply
Helrield- Nest door. 1 S So i
ri in m s;us
IN MEMORIAM
In loving mernur) of our dear n..>1l..r
and artndmothrr. fmirfnce MATILDA
llrlATllWATTE who departed Ihl* life on
IMMol Ma>. It
Two tears have paurd ulnce thai *ad
dar.
Whan one wt loved was called aa<.
God took her homr n . ||i. mil.
Bui in our hearts the liveth nil
Elhel niathuatle daughter >. Elkren
Uiathwatte 'grand daughter.
AUCTION
You
place lod -t
HkMkr, Rum. Gm.- and
included, tn in* srvoral I
.I DAHCV SCOTT Got
IN
VfeMJ
I
daa> be-
lovad Fjth and ll.ii.j;id JONATHAN
HERBERT OHI.ANI-1 QPUM
p.rtad (hi. Ufa on Ind May. l-*
Salnta ili'inn-l ...
Hold Commumon aUU writk m
Still with Ua bwyond tha y*\\
Pralilnd. ptaadiny .ithoui rail
THE OIBBS FAMILY
1 5 SBIn
FOR SALE

CAR. Auatln. >u Oln-dci. It II |f
I >4-*lr.. adlualablr >loarlr hwl. f.-.l
int. aullMaB filled lo luggo** loinpait-
inont. only 13.TOO mllra. ounn drivrn.
1 ipara TJth A.I condlUon, oRrn to
S H. Bft-tw. DtaJ asu
m la
CARFt.rd IS h.p rrborad
dilTcrrnllal. imUn-y. clutch. All
pod workUiaj ordrr ** 00 or
1. S Kim, C,o llr-1.1
ivimviio Bt 2 1
ddsro
REAL ESTATE
BUNGALOW- A aubManllal Will Hun-
(Wtow. \.-< .ndjii on thrao tdr.. Draw-
iij Bit. cocnoincd. I b-droom.. kuchri. -
MOa, panirj. tolkrt and Barth Water and
r.iwic aarvagaa. Frull and coconut
;mi* on approaimabily on* aria of
Li d b'trunce In Marine Garden. Cap.
oupwite Hotel Royal Apply to Owner
0O IVrnnat- front 4 pm. lo S p m w
K>undart, Wcdnaadaya and Salurday. (,.,
sn'pwtlun. thereartar waled orler ,.,
mtmf as so an
LAND .
rWoo or tour, apota with
. utiuwd m Falrfleld I*nd.
Tudor Bridie Gap, S(. MKhael Appl>
lOoHTON- Situate In P.f*
Road. Bt. Michael, atandlnf; , tr
"iu.u- feet of land
ri>* Ixxiee U built of alone and con-
Una callery. drawliuf. dlnlrif. .lit ma;
"'."', '""""'-l room*. Pantry. .Iichep,
* c and bath downataira. 4 bad-
looma <3 with runnlnf water) upatalra
InapectMn any day (except Sunday*
t< Tilp attove will ba aot up for aale tn
Public Competition al our Ofllre In
l'-" Street. Bridgetown on Friday
the Mh May IW> at > p rn
CAB Po'.llnc ConveitinbM Coup*
ocraUnnal four paaaengar In d001' o"**1
Reasonable price far quick rial*. Phone
CAR Mom. fi p 4 door Sedan in
A I Mechanical condition Newly o..iui
rd Fort Hu>-al Garaiie.
f S%0 n
Al*70TT--4WtUBlo at (ha ntre*n<
i'-I. Chriat Churoh. atandlni on I1JM
S.|uare Feet of land, with rldM of *a*
lo Wor.hlna; Beach
The >.-..it* contains BaJlary. drawing
n.d dlnl-wi rocra. ttvrm bedroonu.
j pantry. :.*chei. a>-i uaual out-offlcaa
I Oaraaw and ortante' rooma In th yard
. Inapectloh on application to the laruini
'Mr* Watklna ovary day lecn>t
I SundaVBi betwaon the houra of 3 and
< p.m.
' The ..l.ovc will be aet up for aale at
I public competition at out OnV* In Lucaa
)*irret en Friday the Mh of Nay IMu it
1 p.m.
CAJUUNGTON a. SKALY.
emu f.M.^ V- Ford aaaflcM
pi radiator good
irtrt haft, ri - X. -i
Trafaldar Street auto Tv.e OOM-Phoue MM.
M 4 90 1 f n
KUX-TWCAI. Immerawn Iteatar*
Thaa will warm your wi'.-i for having
In a llHy Drof In and aa* lham
John F H.it..i Limited
aa 4 w in
PUPS. i..
Pup*. Applv
3104 or J144
M 4 SB7t.
i umi 11 Navy Garden* Ch. Ch.
-..,- bedroo
1 -q feel -n.i Can be aeon al an)
it* by appoii men! Apply C. A. Pelrce
- BM I r749 I* 4 Mi Tn.
All THAT certain meatuaie or itore
known aa No 40 Roebuck Street sland-
tof on 1TM aq It. of land. The
buiidlnv: ha. been rerenliy remodelled
nud renov.ited lru|-ntlon on a| lion lo the underalgnrd
The properly will bt iM up lor aale
by public comoetltmn at our ofner.
-me. Street. Bridgetown, on Friday.
Ilth Mny 1MB, at a p m
YEARWOOD A UOYCB
SolKltm*
n 4 SO-IIn
MISCELLANEOUS
bond Enquire Gardiner >
Inf. oppoallc PlantaUom
SUaet or Phone J0M
EAR P LUGSTo keep
inarrt Ih
II obHltrated Motl ." able for Re*l-
Hotel*. Bo.udl
KNIGHTS Bmw worm M 4 SO-In
FLNTQIT PAINTS BnuaBnapn KarHtaraon
Incomparable Foreat Green Sun prool
KEYSTONE White and colour*, ipeelal
prUnaia, dlatanipera Palnia PS M gin.
Dlilamper O So gin. *
A BARNES Co Lid.
4
i Her*.
PIANO- -One Mendel anhn> PWno. if""
(nndllK.n InapecUon at the Medica
Supertntendant Quartera. General HOP
pltal Dial BOS. > fOan
PtSlFUMEB SCANDAU MY SIN
AKPCGE. MoMFNl sri'HEMI UtOl
AMOUR SHANGHAI AU
KNIGHTS DRUG '"B,
AlefTp 1 C I Spccl.l nffer Oloaa
*W Ha. B 45 per gallon Come and get
ihim. A BARNES ft Co Lid
YANDLEYS Bond Street Perfiin
Lavender Water. Cologne. April Vol
Perfume, lartu* Cologne. Fore P..w*
PIHIH lOllMS
NOTICE
FAJUH" OP BT. PETIB
Wanted by U> Pool **,.P***""?!
for lh AbTiahoua* a fully quallBad Nuraf
.oablo of taking charge of Midwlf>
Salary M no per monlh .._._.
Appl>ranta mu#t pra-enl themaelve.
with Birth Certificate and credential* to
the PMO at hi* rea-lanc* Ro*e ill*.
Petar on or bJore April Nth up Id
10 .
Signed 0
^Y^Srf^h.. H U^he
...tentlon nf the Vratry of the Part-.
of Bt Andrew to be c-uaed to b* in
tioduccd into the Houae ot A*e*rnt>ly
of thii laland a BlU lo aBhori*e the
Y-atr, to borrow a aunt "? *
C1 000 0 0 for the purr o*J*>>,*f
,7.1 ^iw mof on the P".* Church d
f- providing *q.upm*..l 'P-w. trte
/, the narw chapel ab.t to be "'_''
M Slmnna. the loan to cm '"****
Ve-t.v Clerk.
St Andrew
St BB-an
n 4 Mk-dn
The undenlgnod will oBer #r aal* tu
'"dillc competition at their office Jamr-
sr^eet. Bridgetown, on Frldiy the lath
Kb* 1SU. al a p.m. I acr* 1 rood. B J '
i*rche* of land al Maxwell, near Ton
Itoch. Chrtrt Church. Thl. land whtc.
.. on the public rood h.-i. .. f -
'- fead. and farea th* bungalow recanth
iiillt by Mr. M. L. Harrlaon
For further particular* and condition'
ol aale apply to
HUTCHT4SON A tlANTiri-D
Solicitor*.
Jamao SUeel
PERSONAL
hr^eby warned
TTfj; Pl.'RIJC
lbOttU llAHKEH iibW JOHDANi M
I do not hold myaalf raapondbl* for h*>-
o< iinyone elaa contracting anv debt or
deht* in my name unl In written
Order *lg*ied by me
Sgd CHAHI.ES CIJIMENT IIAHXZJt
Mh
New One)
, THTC PVB1JC are narrbr warned
-a.'Utat giving credit lo my Wlf* CON-
ST ANCX IAUC1C BAYLRY I nee
KRATIIWArTEi a* I do not hold my.ell
reaporurtbl* for her or anyone elaa con-
trartlng any debt or debt* In my name
uiwcaa by a written order .Igned by me
Sgd CARl.TON C BAV1.EV
Mill Yard. Button. HIII.
8* Michael
S B> In
THE PUBLIC are hereLy warned
rainat Bln credit to my wife EIJUE
ni*ST_V THOMPSON I do not hold rrryaelf rvapoivilble for net
a* an>-on* alar conbractlng any debt or
debt* In my name unleai by a written
' i d*r ugnrd hs- n-
Sgd WAI-TTR THOMPSON.
Contaeit.
SI Thomaa
TUT rVBLIC are hereby warned
n'ainat giving credit lo my wife CLOS-
.L-iA RATSON me* Hamn at I do
*.t hold myaelf reaponalble lor her or
iivyorw alee contrartinaT ant debt >r
' i-t* In my name unieaa b
iiOjt *urned by m*>
Sgd HAWIX C BATSV.N
( -ry Hall
St Philip
I.OVT A HUM"
HABARIMIS I\N(V MOI.ASwrS 1'KOIII I TIOS VMl I \ PORT
MAT! 1937 AND 1S9
Under the jioc-vc Acts, the Fancy MoUssea Control and Mjrkrtinc
Board has allocated the following amounts ol Fancy Molasses to
U- manufacluted for toe purpose of export by ihe plarttaUon i and
lactoties named. These allocations ate subject to approval bv the
iovernor-in-Executive Committee at Ihe expiration of seven days
lorn the date of this publication
Naase a PlanUtWn or Fseisry Wase Calls
Bt'Ile and Waterford H6;>.000
Cliff 3M.S00
CoUeton (Si. John! ............................ 368,000
Fair View ..................... 388,000
Frere Pilgrim .............................. 181.000
Gibbons and Ealinj Grove ................... 423,500
Harrow ....................................... 272,000
Kendal................................ 526,732
Moncrleffe.................................. 213,900
Newton ........................ p- 466.000
Spencers ...... 183.825
P. Fartayriea
Ajidnws .............. 917.449
ItatTBHjtai S0.UOO
Pool............ 149,089
Sandy Lane..... .............. 200.000
ToUl 5.360.595
POST OFFICE NOTICE
AIR MAILS
Air M.iil* for the I'mled States are dosed at 9 00 A M on Satur-
days and n*t P.M. which is a print. sner m ihe l\as! Office Notice
o' 18th April Moils are also close.1 for the United States at 11.45
AM on Mondays and 200 P.M. on Wednesdays
Letters for CANADA for despatch on Tuesdays must be routed
vi. Trinidad untl Ihe higher rate of postage affixed, namelv 30 cents
fatt '? m
LOST
tE TICKET
..- return Bki -
While of My lrda Hill. L-rorl*h Village
OFFICIAL NOTICE
II 111. .s
N I'l RM'ANI f
< M\Nl I lit
I n,.
I Hi I
ml ;

. with their
Tilda i
live BBtMB * ail
pn * Incitnibraitcr
ol the Del.tidanli
o clock in the afteriu
I(..re ba*
and ranked according w .
otherwtw MS peraona will be precluded from th.. M-nefli
Ueuaald propeiiy
H, i -.
aaprlvi
it> thereof
ri.i-
iioLMAM wiiuaBi1
SYDNTE1 JOHN ALUEHT WII4.IAMS and
IIOl MAN EI'OENP WH.IIAMS .11 ...t.nj ......,
BanBi ;.i ana ..< UmHi eonai .... jf,..,, ,
[KNEtT HFIGHTON 11(1^'
M I i II \r .rrtam piece or parrel of land .Muate
Ihe t lit ..i nndaei.-wn and I.land ..I Harbado*
oiea.ureme.,1 i*fh Sara hundred aiul abrtal
iFiereal-iut. BtiuitiiK ,,m Unimting on ainda of one Mil
Rill. S*h.l .. land, of one Cummm. o,
street on land, or Keren Hewitt and on Ba*tei< Road ot
Ihe *aie inav abut and Unind loaeihei with the <1
lhere..n em-led and all and .insular olher ihe tn.ikluuf
on the the uid parcel of land erected and limit .indi
with ihe appurtenance* and ill ALL THAT certain piece ,.r pBlL
". 1^"'! "!'"" ' "neap-ide In the Olv Of R-ldaetown ind bland
i ','">' l"niaining by ad"aiurentent ninelrrn hur>drrd and
quare feet or thereal-.ut. abutting and bounding on land*
now or late of J E Maeon. Loui. Bar) f lb* Parochial
"V!1"* "n ''"" ""- ," ''' * T N Hall ana aaj n,t pui,r ,*\
logcthcr w.m "he^T1 "F how*v'"', "'* in*" '*"" 3*2 bul nd houna
maiilai olher the b'uiidm^r an^l'erect Ion. ^rThe^Vid0 "u.*!rl *" land
-recte-d and built .landing -..I I. ||uj ,). "ir ......ulimm-.
H Mareh. IHV
i April. IBM
II WILLIAMS
Regi-tiai in t-haurery.
n.lell
WffS Ruad In
in* by ad-
are feet or
raat| Knight.
Maii Hal)
u.wever ale*
riling houae
,nd ereellon.
a and beina
OFFICIAL NOTICE
IAHBADOS
In U* Annual Cart ef Appeal
CYRIL BRICK" BHtWKS-Pla7nllfT
CLARENCE BURTON KINO-Defendanl
In punuance of an Order In thl. Court
in the above action made on the *Tth
day of Apill ISM. I give nolle* to all
persona having anv ettalc. right or Inter-
All thai cerlam pm-e or parrel of lend
-Uunle al King (;.'.n,r Rnad at.Tr.aid |n
Ihe Mid paruh of Saim Mi.h.i ,)
ureiiient Twenty nm- prrrhe. and OIIC
half ol a perch be the .aine more or lea*
unclutive of one perrh and one half n
a perch contained In the Public R..ad
hereinafter n|en lloned. hulling and
ho.uid.uii nS land- ai asal ll.ell--n .lr-
ceased, on land* of ('aniline Ox*t. on
b.nd. of Mi** Martin and on Ihe Public
Road called King George Road herein
ifier mentioned or however else the
ante may butt and bound lo bring before
"o account off their said claim, with
meir iinnn. document* and voucher*.
I<> be examined bv me on an, Tueaday,
or Friday between the hour* uf 1J noon,
and J o'clock In Ihe afternoon, al the
mce ol the Clerk of live A.-i.t-i (\.
>f Appeal at the COUtt ll-.u-e lliidgctown
before Ihe 12th day uf Jul> IBM. in oidai
h claim, may be ranked accord
'- l

i perwi
i UM hnil .
! .. I
rid In ili-i.i Mil
I again*t the aaid property
Claimant, are al... notiflrd that the*
,u.l stlend Ihe *a>d C.Kirl an Wcdnc*
i> the llth day of Julv isso, ol IB
rrtock am when their -aid claima Will
be ranked
Qlven under n.y hand thi. BTth dgv of
prll. IBM
rucn
A* '
. A-i,
ol A p|
SALE
af Appeal.
OFFICIAL
barradqi
la the AHl.taal Oar
Eq.it.ibl.- Junad______
1'VRII BRICK HHOOKS Plaintiff
. 1-ARF.NCK lit'HTON KING Defendant
Notice U hereby given thai by virtu
ol an Order of the AaviiUnl Court ..i
Appeal dated the a71h dav ol April IPS!
there win be art up for aale to the high
..1 bidder al the ilrTU. uf the Clerk
the Auutant Court of Appeal at Pit
Court House. Bridgetown,
hours of IS inoom and )
afternoon on Fndav Ihe 14
II thai certain piece or panel of land
lale at King George Road If I siBlll SB
aid pariah of Saint Mi-
nd aforesaid containing by admea.-
inent Twenty one petchea and
* perch be Ihe lame rnaeg of lea* Un-
live or on* perch and one half ol a
rh contained In the Public Road here.
Her mentioned! butting BrH) hound lug
land* of one Hretton decesssaL on
Sm of Caroline Osier, on land, of Mi
run and on the Public Id id called
>g George Road herelnafler mentioned
however elae the aame ma- hull Bi>d
ind and if not then told Ihe *atf prop-
' "I be aot up for sale on every but-
FOR SALE
TWll
ATTRACT1VF
BKAf'll BIILIIINC.
SITUS
AT
'.inn- in \< ii
ST. IE1J K
PSHtE
H.0BB
AND
Ja.OOil
MARTIN GRIFFITH
FOUR WINDS
PA IT UMMJ
in or Pr.
to lirinsi i- I
SQUSSasr* lo be aiaan
.J i .-on Sfad

ffgp
OFFICIAL NOTICE
SHIPPING NOTICES
ihe afternoon at 'I
i*re Ihe nd dav of June .'
I ranked aorordK.j In the .
i>Ch pet-. w II 1* .
a on or aauunat Ihe mi
lei that .i. ckuma may ba
ie*pectlvely
" ihe benedt. of any decree and ba
PLAINTIFF
CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS
DEFENDANTS : THELMA N.HM.\ AC \TIIA ti:
v.;nst fpalSHJ
PROPFRTV
aii th\t aaaaaast .as IssiRbS ho...e caiie.i
AMI1H1 loEi-ihet with Ih. land wher.ui 'he mmr atand- and thereto
.Uelown and
l-land of BarbadiH. ... ... iei-eiit ITS"
he the u.e more or lr~* Iln- n- and bound rut of the aaid .i.nsr* and on land* of a i-..-- csuasd
'Bedford Col the i>i..peM\ ol the aaid Thelnie \.
m the North and B-a-1 i ih* uui place i-
Cut" and ou the South on V/elni^ton Sireet .
- may butt aid hound together wit I nil ."her building*
on trie -aid land erected an I bu.it Handing and bens Wit* 'he an m-
belonging lo Ih* delandanta
OFFICIAL NOTICE

IN II I
persona having o. ciam-iag any r.iair
in ua aSe. I .reinetl*
to bring brfi.rv BBS an accounl of thai
vouchers to be e.-mined ba
and 3 O'clock in tl.e -ll.tn,-
IN '
IBM. I
i lir Ol i 1IANCERY
hereby i..
ani or ml*real ..i any lien ..i Limbrain*
-leiitioned irhe piuperty ol the Defendanll
lalma with then wllneaae*. das i
Tuasday or Friday between Hat
t Ihe Hem-trull..n OfKir. |V,hli. Building..
I Ma- ISBO in ..rd.i thi-l such claint* nuiy be
taluie and ptn.rHv thereof i.-i J
from Ihe hcnerlla of any drcree ami be
aid property
I -iNli I .. . IllMII MI*f
rVAI.AMO LINt IJMITIU
MANE LOfRi
S b TSEVON- M aarpactad to ar>
ri-* at Trinidad from Aiistrsluui por-j
about aath May
S t CITY OP DlRPI-E' aalU Port
I Irss April apth. Ad eta I da May Mh Mai
i-.rne. May lam Sydney, May aSth, Brie-
.ne. June tlh. arriving al Trinldal
>n*ut 4th July. rSmrOwdoa aboul Julv Mh.
Theaa vaasats hay* ampi* apace to*
chilled, bard froten and general cargo
Cargo arrapisd an through Bfua ol
.....* wILi tran ahlpment a| TTUikSsd
t -i ftntiin Ouwna. Barbad>>*. Wind, .r.1
A, a-ewssrd Islanda.
F.* further parttculara apply
l'. KNEraS WrTtTY A CTWaTPANY. LTD
Aganu Trinidad
DA COBTA a* CO. LTO .
.. Mbsb*
Tfca m V
fBanTM '*>
St i'-u St.
Aruba. data u
gi.-en
The M V "Carlbbae" .
Ca'SO >nd riiiiui
Oaaal tea. Antigua, <|
Bt Utta-Nevla. date
">U ba given
B-W.I. Schooner Owners*
AbbbcUUb*. (Ipr.)
Tel. 4647
W Mcocu SiaonuJupCo.
N.T.
iii April
am April
Vat,
NKW T0BR SSBs-BTB
BBbT*
B'daa
p| \ \:it-
DEFENDANT
1'HniTHTV
AIL THAT rarlai
und* ol Ventn.-t
ireb in inn
i".il> I'll and one
t| laltrr B*
Ui..l. ol Ctapham '
....
CYHII BBRRBJ BROOKS
,V DINE ROBINSdN
p....
pan-el ol i-
nianoni *ltuata at Venn ..r
.land conlalniiig by aliiwn
b li I I Ilie
rpan.h ol
I On. a. i.

II
Brt.
-.....
land*
ic publ
the Ea.l OB *BSH '
1
I u T and F D. I

T and
-...1 Hi,
me* and
BlU Hied Id Mai. h. IBM
nil \ 1 Ull
I
OFFICIAL NOTICE
BaUBADOl
IN
IN Pt'RSt'ANCE ol Iht

in or aiin-iuta the property
t.. buns baton me an arm
FBSBhlfl IS BB ..... b
:ui-i. gg|i
III I Ol H1
1 l.ill..'IV

.1..
BM
.....c i
rabnsj
boapi
deprived .
at.lloned Hh.- property .,!
, win. lb i n*MU ,nv.i
ay or Friday taotwern the hour* of 11
Begi.ii..i. Of) r ,ni ItuiklinS'
Of June IKJu In BBBBf thai -uch oltiBSS may be
nd ranked anniiluig lo the nalur* and i......II* ih.-nol > eapeellvelv
i pe'un* will be precludeii Irom the brncflt. of anv deiree and be
1 claim* on or again*! Ihe >.iUI propeili
MAHJollll. I.IHTTA III'KINSON .) .Iihcd actln* e.r,
..II n| Nathaniel Kvervlev deed.
JOSH I A ISADORE DAFZA
parrel .f butd canbllnlssl by Ftvi Acre- M therealMnil*
- i.isei area conlamlng by adnieaam. (Eight
A,re. ... ih. ill) part of the land. ..I W.wthina View
the p-ruh of Ch'i.t Church and l.land aforMOMI
lonuuning by admcaiiurriiienl Three Acrr*. Two Roods or Iherrabouls
abutting and hounding on land* of the F.-late ol Nathaniel EvoTslay
SS "AICOA ROAMER'
l< A RltNNRR-
_____AKOA RANOKR-
NEW ORLEANS BEBVICS
SMS. ^,*-
Mnd March
*'h April
! h April
Bth April
Urd April
4th May
-ni IMrtol mi
Naasa sf ship
BR. -Alcna Piignm"
!? ,H*0* """nl'
I B Alcoa Pali lot '
NORTHSOUND
Naaaa el bbip
*S "Alcoa Pt anl"
* s Seabrtwaa"
S 'Alcoa Puritan"
CANADIAN BBRV1CB
Balls Mastr.al 1 j^, ga|
IrfS ISft
Nay aath IsffajpaBBi
IAnrfrta Barbadaa
May llth
MayUtti
>' Barbadai
rSf Bt i .i.re,-c River Porta
SI John. Ilallfaa
t. Lawrenca Rlrar Port.
IL John. Montreal
hand*
South Eaaterly i
If if IT J. i. nan
..id on a K.nt I Of W
r ol the .aid parcel
M the agaafl may ab
11 m
bevi
.J Club on lao.1
on land, ol the Estate af
i Si.ieen Feel wide at the
I land leading 1m II
1 and i-.....l
D.t.d nth April. 1
OFFICIAL NOTICE
< lining
iSrctlass
IV i
Li, Ctl.....ma .i
ned bv t
aft. i
ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
He open. To-dary May and ipvi N...
Q. V. BATSON
ai ih. .
.oucher. I., lie eaam
noon and :i ..'elo.- in the ancrnoon
ll.idselown Wlor* lha .""h ......i J .
.. .i rat
1
lr*i*tration OrTk-e.
ubhc lliillding*.
1
will 1
ii
lalatis NEVNOUi i > Ml HirtCMIRaMJll
l.le.S.-l I 'II IMITTIN
I'BHTY *ll. THAT ..". i......... parcel .-I land situate at i
in Ih* pin i h ** an I l.lanil of Barbad.n aforesaid taihiiuj by aduieu>ii>ienr.Hie acr* fifteen and a hall per. lie. ahull
Ihe F-tate ol Sarah III........lands I
nf S E *n all but BOW of on* I least lei ..n Ihe I'.l.'i. Bsad fSH 01
i.-sd In oimii ni. II leei wide or howv. r rbh* the rime mav abul *
bound logelhi-i with Ihe rSK*aauaM OS uwolltng h..u*e and all
'" aopurlrianir rat | af
H.lxidant
11*4 UP." March. IBM.
.-..' Bv ..... . i0
II WILLIAMS.
<...
BASKET BALL
On Saturday. 23rd April, al
Y M P (' Kn.ui..|s Mf>
SehtMil di'fcal.-.i MaiiiMiii Culli'in
428
On Saturday. 30th Apul. !
Modern High School grounds Mod-
mi llixh s. hi I dt r. ..ted Lynch'-
BssmrJaxj Icnoi I i; 10
The follnwinK re|.n BBJstl I
M IIS In both (lamf*:-
V. Bkssttf Kapt). It Greavc
M. Richards, C Holder. K t'orhi
L Union. O. Trolman.
2 5.5li
EARTHENWARE DISHES. JUGS & PLATES
You have to go far to beat our Prices
t
IHi; < IVIH Al IMI'OIIII I
Broad Street.
ceeding Friday
until the same 1
Ban i*m i
Dated thi. aru
sold lor
Ag Clerk ..I Ihe
W.VVIIJI
DRCGCIST An esparienred Druggi.i
Apply by letter to General Manager.
Knights Ltd St 4 3n
noTTLKS -White } gill heer boltle*
with cartons in good condition Mt each
Carton Hanrhetl l^r*er. B CO Ltd
>* 4.Ml-3n
MISCELLANEOUS
r*. JOffN JRAYTON CaneSeb
w higtily rrctsmmenda Kenneth Car
luuM an *>per1*nced Cook. Builrr oj
Crusuffuer and two young maldi Al.
Bo'eaford Blarkriuin aa Chauffoer Tel*
iono Sin j ] IBsn
NOTICE
May. the Office
Saturday Ih* Stth M-.
Lpaiinj Srhool Neil Icrn?
Sn | Career* The Harbado. Ail..
i aa a Sub-Editor Apply I
giving full detail, lo Ul
Advocate M Broad Street
Cm** Hewmrd.
II .SDAY "111 TilAV. at I
FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD EFFKCTS
Philip
I Cn
rll bj i
ii.ion
Al "KICKS", SI,
We an initrucUM by Mi, r M. Winu* lo
Ihe following valuable fUmltur. and effeela.
Afllluue Mahogany C'ell,.iette, Mahogany Tip-lop Table.
Mahogany dining table, oval Walnut table. Mahogany serving
tebU Mahogany rhina cabinet Deal table* (all nlxe^ i Dairy
utenalU. 2 Cream Separator.. Mahogany dinner waggon, Cada'r
Prewa. PaiiiWl Bedroom > umlture. Spring nile.1 and Tibre
Mattregw.. Towel Baclt. Mirron. Cabin. . OnnwehaM, Hang-
ing Scales. Document Cabinet Cushion,, Icnni.-. Net Royal
i .;..-.vi ,t, i Sprue, lleclinlng ( hair. Unoleum. large model Tor
Mill. Mahogany and Ebony oecaaional Tables. Slate topped
Table. Aluminium topped Table. Marble toppetl Tables. 1!
Mahogany Dining Chairs. Mj.hogany Side Board. Mahogan.
double ended Sofa. Upholster.-, Settee Mahogany and Bent-
wood Rockers. Cedar Wardrol.- Mahogany Bedroom Furniture,
M,ihogany, Manehinecl and Iron double, and single Bedsteads
all kinds of miscellaneous Ite.iroom rurnlture, Medicine Cab'
Inet. Shaving Cabinet. Marline Rack, Indian Hammock.
Folding Cots. Westminster Chiming Clock. Microscope, Folding
Chair., Rugs, and rrumy other Interesting Hems.
Vie. lag mar.lni f an. day arise to sale
CASH ON I ALL OF .1 .'flu
AL'CTIONKEIIS
DIXON IIHiM : 4G4S
ri-*.ni \iiii\s bi li.dim;
FOR SALE
FIsBUS BAGS. Heady
laundered. For further
particulars apply K. R.
Hunte Si Co., Lid. Dial
4611.
264.50.-6n
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nvlon STocsoras tut ,, m v, Bhmim
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IN TOl'C'H WITH BARBADOS
COAST. STATION
Cable and Wiraleaa advlae thai they ran now communieaie
with the follow in >hipa in rough ihelr
liarhad... coau
IS Polaitoi. s s Ji.hiit*. as Mcua
Polart*. SI. I^rdr Nicafaaiua, SS
Owyhen. ss Qn.,i, Anw. as Hunwhit.
SS Rtnn>. SS Corfu l.iaiwl. S-H. No*-
oan. ss Atwwmiiiiwt, ^a oolfito. . s
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SS KaiiMil iki. Bl Hiluii, *1 r*.-l*<
HOodl. R Mi.t. 8 8 (Joreii of Brrmudl.
SB. Queen Elisabeth. SB Monte Eepe-
1a*. II. Branl. SB Alcoa P.Ian- ss
Kallo. SB Hint.il.. **. Liudad Trujillo.
II Alhelduk*. SS II* Dr Rr. SS llo-
hoop. a Norfolk. S S AI..J Purlfan
BB. lg.,r. SS Aniolu S * N n H .
Hermann Fiii/en ss 11.1 nd, BH
Aiaer.ra. S .fa. Ruftna. H8 1'nlvtrader.
SS. Otenvawa, SS Work) Ti.itl.-i, SS
rradart, G la*-, ss Kan KjIv. Irr
M>'"iri..i. *. I..i Nekon
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Empire Trounces Everton
To Take Second Place
In First Division Line-up.
EMPIRE outplayed Everton in the:r lirst division football
fixture at Kensington yesterday afternoon to win the name
by 4 KoaU to one before a larxe crowd.
All the goals were scored during the second half hour
'' play. it-----
Empire brought in Barrow anu
Wood in their line-up, while Rou-
TIIF.SDAY. MAY 2. 15
Rascal" Scores Connell Leads
First Victory In Rif|e ghoot
Jackson Defeats
Dutchman
LONDON. >,,... |
Van Dam. Dutch MinQievvfisn
Champion, wa> beaten on poui*
over tea rounos by bill jblmsuii
coloured Jamaicau. al ine luTipresi
rial), neie tonigm, m u liaTiit li
inson was seen to good arivantag'
in the role of goalkeeper
rot Empire, Barrow headed In
an accurate eomer by Harper t<
open the score while Wood tent
In two and Dravton the other
Reece, the Everton half-back,
sooted the lone goal fot his team.
Empire who defended the goal
from the screen end were Urn on
the oA*entve, and within five min- wnicn Jackson's long straight jell
utes of play, they were awarded WB* lh* dommatinf ucioi
a penalty for foul play by the vn Oam coult not fmd the
Everton full back Robinson Bar- answer to the tall slenderly built
row. who took the shot, kicked Jamaican s long jabbing straight
straight to goalkeeper Reece. who left, delivered wltn the advantage
haiL,lVimcully ln "vln OI remaritabl* reach of B2 incnes.
The Everton front line soon got The Dutchman, too. was under
moving and bore down on their the aii4dvanu., of haviM cut*
opponents. They were however ne h eycs ln Ihp ^
given two corners, one fiom each -ound
ide. but without result.
Empire now took over and kepi '" ,, l"VL "**"* ??" T,
re ball in tneir OvOOtwnta' area be**n. ? w?,,m "u- ,24 ff2?
lef's and rignU to the
t^e ball in tneir opponent.;'
for some tune but failed 1
l i* theh t-fenre
gel
Dead and body but he coul
IllUe at close quarters where Jn-k-
son covered up well.
the Jackson relied mainly on hi-
?clv- left, making little use of hb right,
half back, raced down except to acore occasionally with
>d sent in a good effort a good hook to the body on the
Over The Bar
Shortly ufterwards. Whit
Everton onNide left, after r
ing from
the field
which goalkeeper Robinson push- counter.
Van Dam. who wf 'poken
for holding in the seventh ruin
attacked fiercely in the last t
rounds.
Going in with both han-ls gwrtl _
lug he caught Jackson with several
ny by TCA from
Am Una
Monlt.al
i(i.- Ja-wakhlna CUik, Mr r-i. f ...
m.r Or Wlll...tn Oarnar. Mr k Mm
r. H. Mrtirecn. Mr Mn Konnolh
Proud. Mr 4. Mm John M.< *ril Mia>
Pamrla Mm J.n- Maiwrll, Ml a. Mra
Jark Gallop. Mr S M- Albl Clasnor
Mr. Mildrwl Wllwn
Arriving on Sai.inlaj. by T C.A. frran
n. 1.1....L
Mr. d Mr> Clifford Hoy. Mr a Mra
Gilbert Mlnoraon
l.'.vln fm Toionto M TCA
Mr. Mra. Ronald M.Leod. Mr
Mn Robert Botinden
Leavlna for Bermod.t by T C A.
Mr. Waller Davidwn. Mr CKorkil
Markham. Ml*
Dorl* M
Talr. Mr .'trh.i McKetuir. MUa laal
Manlaon. Mr* h.ila Hi
Kiitin Hum on. Wr Palrirk Laorra.)
Mr. f C & Man,
Pot Trlii'rlari
Mr Ian SumiM. M> nannolph Uil-I
mi.
ARRIVALSRy R.W I A L
TfVoni Trinrdad
Pamela Weaket. Aubrej- Chaae. E.
J O'Dowd. Vida IXirlly. Charl-s. Durii* '
Malrolm J..ne. Pal slieppaid. Kenneth
kbVl>ar.l. Alma anfl.ih. Kenneth Jone..
Mr A Pmnrr Jean Ah. i,.ft. Pamela
Altcrufl. kurial Manner an. Marry l>av-
tea. Octavia Robltr..i. Kvelyn llmk.it
Lynda lla.-fcni. jmu, Co.hin. Mary Cor-
bin. Hnvmtmd l>l(*orlh Roberl Al'wooll
Dorothy Blarbman. nure naratheraa
Allan lj.wrai.re. Fmrenra Thin pa. Wil-
liam Triori*. Marsurrl MrKlnnon. Vlrki
Taurel. Del ford Roarh William Kunwln
rloreiiie Knew lea. Allie Whrnrll. lira..
Andrew-. Gail Andrews, Arlmir An-
drew.. Valaixe Oale David Wealern.
Tj.tia Ramirar. Allan Jona.. Alfred Mai-
kla. Sally Mackle. Brian Markie. B.->i-
clan .\ilMtlie, aturelte Markk.. A.ilh.i.is
Mackla. Joaaph tlaldry. Philip Oaldn
rrorn Si. Lur-ia
Val McComle. William Armaironi
Michael Tlmpwn. Qeorire Weld, Juh.mii*
WlUon
rron. Muni:
Mra R Japp Mr K. Gltllna
l-rom l.a Goaln.
Paul Heiar, Norn Hew. K.-iilque Kern,
I.Iana Cavalleioa. Ai lonlo Sanlaello.
Amalia Ranliiella. Ilrlen Nafy. Albert
Waaner. I.tdor Eder. John hUnMiirn
Prom Anllfua
Rav D. Mooie ^;ary Coomlie Ocili .
Cow. Plataon Ar.iter. Harry McKmrT
Prom Ban Juaii
Jamea C Hoi.n.:,
.i! over Um bar.
Evcrtoii kept on preasinB ami
Robinson at this stage wa- culled
u|hmi tc do some work between the
uprights.
The Empire forwards now took
O'er and bombarded the Everton
i-al On one occasion. Barrow good punches and seemeo* to have
hit the upright with one when ,hf* Jamaican :irlng.
goalkeeper Reece was out of poll- He could not wipe out Jackson's
lion; and nt another time Smith, l*"d on points over the earlirr
the Empire renlre-half. sent in a rounds, however.
hard one which missed the cross The decision in favour of Jack-
>*r by inches. son did not meet with the approval
The interval was token shortly of a section of the crowd, who
afterwards without any scoring. evidently thought Van Dam should
On.resumption. Everton nttack- have got the verdict through his
ed the Empire goal and forcei
their opponents to concede i
Bar, but without result.
immediately afterwards, -the
Empire forwards made a raid and
m on accurate corner kick by
.Warper from the left side, Barrow
ended into the goal to open the
roring.
Empii
lit this time ihe Everton d*Mnc
il Into their way
Empire's Second
aggression towards the end of the
cor- fight Beater.
RUGBY RESULTS
LONDON. April SO
Results of Rugby Union games
played on Saturday: Aberavon 8.
Uanelly 6; Abcrtlllery 10. Bridg-
IN YACHT CLUB
REGATTA
"Rascal', owned and skippered
by George Stoute. scored her first
victory for the season when she
defeated all other B* class yacht*
at Ihe Seventh Regatta of the
R.BVC 'ailed at Carlisle Bay oif
Saturday At previous Regattas
'Rascal gained two second posi-
tions and was once third.
The boat! sailed a .outh-about
race in a medium but variable
breeze. The sea was fairly calm
and no accidents occurred.
Coming second in the 'B' Class
wa Teddy Koad's 'fanfav
which he himself skippered. Al-
though "Fantaau" started eft the
season without anv exceptional! -
on nlekinu u- form ard .Vreartv h.-s
two win* to hr "redM
Tinni in 'ho v. Cat" '-is Mrs.
John riandler'.- """or"'. skip-
pered by Carol Burke On r.
tus occasion^ the "T:o i ?;
two seconds but his not
scored a win.
The C" Ctass race
by "Rotr-ie". own*
by Gerald Nicholls So far the
Rojue has now scored three wins
and was once third.
Father Hopkins' "Hi Ho", which
it was thought would not be sail-
ing this season, came second,
while third position went to
PeoOK Nan', owned by W. Alston
of Trinidad.
Twelve boats started in the
-ntermcdlaie Class. Honours
went to "SHppu". owned and
skippered by O. Coy Second was
Donald Stoute-a. "'nradVr". which
has already scored a win and was
once third while third was
"Ddion". owned and skippered bv
Arthur Evelyn.
"Peter Pan", owned and skip-
pered by Eric Ralson, carried off
"D" Class honours for the K<>nd
time this season Coming second
was R. D Murphy's "Van Thom-
dukt" and third was Olir. BIoj-
son", owned and skippered bv
Winston Hassell
The results are:
B' Claw: I. Rascal 2 Fantasy.
S. Okapi.
C Cism 1 Rogue 2 Hi Ho
3 Peggy Nan.
/.i Irr mediate Class: 1. Skippv
2 Invader. 3 Dawn.
'D' Clou: I. Peter Pan. 2 Van
Thorndyke S. Olive Bl
U-Col. J Connell ended up
vtth the highest figure, m out of
a possible 150 points when mem-
bers of the B.R.A., fired 10 roundg
at each of the three distances 300,
500 and 600 yards at the Govi
ment Rifle Hange on Saturday
U.-Col. J. Connell reached 49
out of M points 31 the 300 yards,
and 4B out of aO at ihe AUO vards
Lt C. E. Neblett. who gained
.second position in points with 140.
reached 48 at the 800 yards.
During the practice, the light
was changing and the wind fish
tailing
Yesterday's practice was the
las' before jhe Qualifying shoot for
the Fronlenoc Trophy which take,
nlsce on May 6.
"I ate. the eight best
cores:
i oi i ..
i
Hi T .1 Mr Km,
'' 1 A
t'api J h Jordan
C.pt C H B. Wa..te-
Rldasrdaoti
.in ,,!!. *a_____u *"d 0; Barnstaple . Pensance anfl n n n b> a* n
rvom
Mr C
Si.
bridge 13; Bridgfwater and Albion
I, Pontypridd H; Bristol 5. Co-
ventry 0; Ebb Vale 6, Gross Keys
No sooner was the ball out of 3- Gloucester 8. Devonwort Ser-
the Everton goal area than II was vices 7, Hartlepool Rovers It.
(back again, and from a melee R'oaksldc 14. Neath , Mesteg 8.
iWood sent in the second for "* Newport 24. Penar'.h 0; Ply-
Empire, mouth Albion 8. Swansea 0; Ponty-
EVerton now took over and ^ooi 3' Cardiff 8; Taunton 0; Ex-
White on the left wing tent in a E0"1" .3' Torquay Athletic 0;
(ard one lml Itubiii-on was nil Cheltenham IS.
SS RUGBY LEAGUE CHAMPION-
Everton tried to decrease this smp I He sal-Finals)
lead and rro playing with their Huddersneld 9. Swlnton 0; Wignn
full bacV down the field, l>ut In s- ',,ra,c 5; iilf- r*P1*,y M*y 3 a*
spite of this, they failed to pene- H*1x)-
trat the- Empire defence. League Matches White-
The Empire forwards en the haven 5, OLdham 3; Yi>rk 9. Dews-
other hand were still looking for *>'* (CJ.)
goals and Wood, their centre for- rriiTitw nmi
ward, took a (food shot from tho *ALIAN5 WIN
right wirua which beat goalkeeper ROME, May 1
Reece and hit the cross bar. IJrutcrsints Plero and Inzao, of
Half back Reece Ihen cleared Italy, took firsv and second places
and the Everton front line Ihen In one of the most dlmcuk con-
made a raid: Cox. their inside left, tests of the Italian international
tent in a grounder from close horse show here todavthe six
range, whjch was stopped bv obstacle, event. UeutenanV Imoa
Robinson. was the only rider to clear the
E\*erton again attacked and thin 80 nvMres hurdle which was \tio
time they were successful erntn bighest lump of the six cloaHy
C Reece headed In from a free uiaeed obstacles. He won on Eleto
d was placed second on Bramio.
Renter
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DETAHTCRl-.s-Bv B W I A L
For Trinidad.
Mr John Prrrrla. Mr clarenoe to
nlea, Mra Marj>me tin ... M,- Joan
Bbw, M- Rufin rielri. Mr* Krela
l'lr:n. Mr, RR-haiti Pleld. Mr William
Vaanvood. Ml". Thoma* Bumall. bTir*
Avrll Rawlim. Mr George Buwen. Mil*
Barbara Ba|.iiMi riatli Mr- SH.vi
Jack man. Mr Kennrth Brnlhwalie Mr
Baraaford nernard. S^ Trlsnarp la-
radlo. Mr. William Malonia, M.-. Jar-
oualloe Malona. Mr Alfred U
kick.
Eiieonraged by their success.
Everton now fouitht for the equa-
liser but soon found themselves
further down when Wood scored
into an open goal with Reece well
down the field.
Matter of Minute*
France, Portugal Line
Up For World Cup
LONDON. May 1.
Frnncp and Portupal wre
named on Sunday to Ml t
V Mi,
Mil
Danall Blacken Mr Paanari M-_____
Mrs Anna Mend.tu. Mt Carman Mei.-
dOSS, MY. Harold P.il .. t>n Mi- Vile-n
Chlnili>s. Mim ASBlha Paui-Cl^rle..
Mm Carmen Durley. Mi Pimela Gi.t.
lay, Matr Richard Out lay. Ml I I. i
Praaton. Mra. A1U Burke Wr Krnetl
Brunyosh. Mr Aaron Kar,- Miaa Gwen
Ci-mberbalch. Mr Carlyle lli.ricn Ml-
Olorta Harawood. Ml* Lilian Daniel.
Mlaa Evalyn BhlitS. Cmdi ri .11... Hay-
ward. Mrs Muriel Cjimi.i-in, Mr Job"
CarnUt-haal. Mr Maurke Wai.on Mi.
llna Lavatoch. MY narrell i^veiock
nllKu
II..
aj
W..i ,
Itogara. Mr Granlly .
ate San Juan
Mr lle.l.
. M.I'
It jjas only a matter of minute* vacancies among 18 rountn-.
iifterwnrds that Empire made an- wnlch will contend for the WorK
other attack, and Drayton bee* SoCPr CuP ln Braatll this summer
Reece with u good shot to register "** organlxing committee ch >-e
the fourth for his team. them to replace Turkey and Sco--
The game then ended with Km- '""d which have decided not *o
pire winners by four goals to one Participate (0*1
The referee was Mr. D W
Sayers, while the linesmeii we-e
Mr. Paul Wilklns and Mr. O. S.
Coppin.
Empire: Robinson. Rvnoe, Grnn'.
Symm.nds. Smith. AUeyre. Bar-
row. Dra..-'on. Wood Taylor, liar
P*r.
Evertan: Reece. Robiisor Cul-
nepper. C. Reece, S Culpjpper.
Hall. Oltoh, Blades, Conliffe. Cox.
While.
kin.. Mr. Albert Ko*rii
lluiha.. Mini Masan ll.igl*.
Rev Alfred Browne Mr. Enid Nlrol.
Mr Jamra Nicol. Mr Jaik Fo.lei
For La Oualra
Mra Rlleeii Ia-iim.in. Mali Kile I*h-
inan. Mr Alfred I.Hn,*i. l'.tr Roberl
Lehman. Mr Keiih iii.m.i-. Mra Ba>-
ban. Mitchall. Mr Lyell Mlfcnall, Mi.
Khan, Mr Ariur Khan. Ml* Bdilh
Kh"n. Mia- Bllvl- Khan. V, Monica
Khan. Mlaa Loreiu KKin Mi' Maraarel
PuPnti
Barbados Friendly
Football Association
Today's Fixture
Berwick va Colla al BhaU
Mele.ee Ml J Arvhar
Adv-oeau. v. Tambroae al Bl Lao...
The \T'o-*fhrr
TODAY
SOB Riaea | 5.43 a.m.
Sun Sets; 6.12 jn.
Moea < Full I May 2
LLflktlng: 7.00 p m
High Water: S.lg am ,
YESTEBDAY
Rainfall (Cedrington) nil.
Temperature Icmnernlure i Mill ) 74.8^ F
Wind Dlrecitea (9 n, i
(3 p.m.) E.
Wind Velocity 15 adles per
hour.
Barometer (9 a.m > 29.951
<3 p m.) 29.MS.
tJuST GET SETTLEP IN
AN OPRCE, AND -rwiC
GUY STpVfrrS t3UrVWMHG
TMINS5 UP-
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STAMCbRD, CGNrt.
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