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rAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE W.I. 1950 Tour Opens To-day SATURDAY, MAY i. 15 Yet To Win a Gttme A t Worcestersh ire B> H..M. Today ihe West Indies open their tour proper against* Worcestershire at Worcester. ;md the.r perform-nc In 'his initml ame ot what promises to be a memorable tour will be followed with interest throughout the crick'tinn world. Barbados Friendly Football Aaaociation In MMH "i* vim to ba enMitd to-dav? The who know how t,, use their fei and wrists well." Mr. Kidney forecast that by U end of the tour Frank Worrell •' Never before perhaps hat a tour been packed with so much interest, and many Questions will be answered before the final same Is played. Caa late Weal Indies beat eefi.uid ID Eniland la perhaa* the mal pertinent qaesUan. and a victory bj the tourists will answer It eATeetlvel*. To-day's game will be the sixth asion on which the West Indies aWerton and Collet* ended tip e batted agaii.st Worcester. Wm a* 1 "* ot football In a onenonc of the other five have %  draw when the two teams met the visitors been able to defeat In • Second Division return FixCan they do so ture at Queen's Park yesterday position of the Everton. College Draw 1—1 SECOND DIVISION 1950 team, and its performances in the prat-lice games, give it a talr chance of avenging the defeat >t its predecessors, but in any would be hailed as one i.f the !) %  : *"* M ,hp Hmo wl11 **> • batsmen in tiio world Frankie VTuriell lie said that Wo,, ell was n great batsman who was unlikely | 0 do things in a sensational way. but would go along steadily, beating the field with Ins cleverlv placed alrefcaj keenly fouftht one. I9M In the 1900 tour.—the first visit Of a West Inrtle 213 la the Lancashire Leagae last '"U* ut jseason. He was more orthodox li ,? £ fft" gWP **• In style thai, another excellent ^ ,,r n ** and 6 \ A *. batsman with Ihe team. Everton ( "* S*'J£ !" ** * "' t h ^"V* g^g-A-sna s? aas; r&xv s howling. ihe AskedI if he thought the leading .„_, West Indies leagues of to-dn> were 13 *'* of Iho same standard BJ Qioaa 'I'h.-re was m. Ilxturo with Worwhen he played (or the West |n'"eater in 190B. and in 1923, when dies In the 'twenties, Mr. Kidney ''" weal radial paid their third said the. .i, :i> as good. >''"' to EngUnd. the game had to idoned owing to a severe storm. Before that however, the county had scored 223 with George John, Trinidad fi no baa West Indies scored 145 Joe Small top-srorlng with M W. %  • % %  •> i %  ..I .olln t.-.l l7Ti tor '" in their second Innings, when m broke, and ended the [>BM SnulVn" Browne, famous spinner had taken 4 or those I nrlekata for 45 %  M.I, ..Hall and added that a great asset w that there were a greater number of first class plnyer* in the West Indies to-day than years ago. Iiiinn—In The West Indie, players have certainly impressed English en lies during their series of practice S ine* since then arrival, though t Cold weather rnuM ttuve been a grc.ii One man who has attracted ittenUsa la the xmnjr ferclNs bal Ken Tretlrall, but perhaps Use player who ha caught the Imagination more than any other Is Sonny Ramadhln, the 2t-year old spin howler. Turning Uie ball either way. he save hatamen a treat deal of trouble and took 14 wickets al low cost His colleagues regard him as i pi ise bowler and uie confident ha will have ;i very Miccessful tour. The players doubt whether they can preserve the WaM Indies unbeaten record since ths .n. hut are hoping to win at least one of this Test series. All over England cricket enthusiasts are wailing to see the tourists in action, and are hoping the weather will be favourabl Our London cuiiesponilenl u Ing from Worcestershire s a that Worcester turned on sunsh to-day to welcome thi WaM In dies cricket team. Ten weeks agi the County ground OB winch to-| morrow'* match li to be play K"O? ^.i"! ,d r W ,| Cr CaU .T?"w * '""' ''*• %  Ui,ck W* in %  1 W i k s "IT "P"""* 't bowler 1 " ' nearby „ )r rounl> Rrnlind i nnd th „ „„. took II wickets in Ihe game, and reanftad it. .i thrilling finish arltfa tlie homesterf. winning by one wlCkat tlcirge Headley, our i' u in .mil .lack Grant. th€ skipper did not play, ami the I ' % % % % % % %  %  01 !'• M d 23ti in .hen firs! innings with Knurl top. ..sun; with HO mrt out. Tranquillity Tennis Club of Trinidad will h, learn to play against the Savannah et al Clubs next week a> the Savannah Club. Ihia is the annual tournament played by theae Clubs. The Tranquillity team is due tu arrive <>n Thuraday 11th and th matehea will start on Fridav 12th continuing until Saturday 20th. -* The Tranquillity team comprisethe following MEN: H. ••Futchie" Nothna^cl tCaptainl. Arnaud ueVert-uil (Vice Captain). F Oun-Munro. T Schtolscth. P WaddeU. D Seandella. LAOIES. Miss M Comfcridfo, Miss. M. Trestrail. MBN C, rteVc teuil. Miss A. Reid. he lollowins have b-1 ted to represent Savannah et al Clubs — MEN: Dr H E. Skeete (nonpliying Captain). Dr C. G Man•g. E. P. Taylor. G H. ManDJrgL K. Worme, J. D Trimlngham Dr. A. C. Edwards. J. L. St Hul. D I. Lawless, F l> Barnes. < \ I'attrrson, C R Packer (extraLadles: Mrs. R. S. Bancroft. Mi % %  J Wood, Miss D. Wood. Mrs. A i. rkln-. Miss Ens Bowen. Mr A. A. Gibbons, Mrs. J. Conm-ll Ma* I. Lenagan. Mrs F. D. Barnes (extra). The Savannah team will pair up and ploy in the events as under Men's Sinsles: G II. Manning D E. Worme. Ladies Singles: Mrs. It. S. Bsncioft. Visa J. Wood. Men's Deaales: Dr. C. G. Manning, E. P. Tsylor, J L. St Hill, D. f. Lawless. F. Patterson. Ladles' Deaalea: Miss En* Bowen, Mrs. A. A. Gibbons, Mrs J. Council. Misa I. Lenagan Mixed Doubles: Miss l> Wood, J. D Trimlngham, Mrs. A. L. Perkins, Dr. A. C. Edwards "nfOdei Cls*a r F*I. liatrlilTf O WarfOSt 'SI SlKhtw. C PlUlllpa l'i"l". n CaW • 'fmrodei. I Dwuiy Ranirn'; forward* t Carter 'St M1I MrCcllin 'RNSI Drilled'. B ilwih lOSfeVl, C Oantffctr -Colt... C >*nod 'B*iirr-' Play cpmnwyc^l ***.f Both teams scored during the second half of play, right winger '': in i of Everton opening for hat team with a powerfully klcku long range shot. The goal waa scored 10 minutes fter the resumption. Reid. College's left winger took a low well-judged try from well within the area to equalize about 10 minutes later. \i:i:r,-.M>,Rverton started an aggressivi more from the whistle and their forwards made many unsuceeas' Mil attempt* to score. College. however, soon got Into form an-1 the game was afterwards evenly contested. Near the final stages, Everton lought hard to force a win. but loud kicking full backs. Forde and Morrison negatived their best efforts. The teams were:— F.eerton: Boxitl. Hall. Culpep*J h M d T P* r Sf *"'Areher. Leacock. BbT hop, Burnett, Olton. Austin and Alleync. fail l-.wler irettirur the fo'HNPe: Roscffi, Morrison, of Q for 85 I L ordp a,bb '•all -the match ended In a 1—1 draw Y.M.P.C. v Lodge l^kln Road— Lodge won 4To Discuss India's Visit To W.I. BOMBAY. Muy 5 While in Ixtndon for which ho len by .nr today. A. S. De Mello President of the Board of Contro' for Cricket In India, will discuss with the President of the West Indies Cricket Control Bourd the two West Inquestion of India's visit to the who West Indies in IM2-5J,—Rafc iCO d -Renter. | E. L. O. HOAD against Worcestershire, the %  other une taring Ben Sealy In — 1033. Constantino s 47. and Gomez later, in 1933, the *iT*. the best efforts. River, Severn. Rut to-day the wlekel K hard and lirm and lndlialian-> are that the match will be pla>ed under the bet eoiidluun>nt >• HI .HI nil-it ij b> the tourists. All the way from lndun this otternuon the team kept glancing out of the carriuge windows of their train. They were looking at bunks of dark clouds on cither side of the track. Their biggest (ear was that It would be cold and damp but the sun broke through warm and strung as they ni.ucii Worcester nnd now thev hove been reassured. One problem which the batting side will have to overcome tomorrow morning i* the absence of sight screens. This could be a big handicap to the tourists But Worcester is a small ground and the erection of screens would mean the loss of seating capacity. On arrival nt Worcester station the team—back at full strength with the return of Roy Marshall from hospital — were greeted by the Mayor who extended them a hearty welcome to the city. Al the hotel. Brigadier M A. Qreap. Worcester Secretary, waa iviiltinf to rtiterate that greeting Manager Jack Kidney called the team tocether an hourlong meeting as MH>II as formni!tiej had been completed and after tactical tUacuatton the lean ^n announced. Howorth 7 Toda The County replied with 215. DaCoslu taking 3 for 32. H Howorth top-scored with M for the County l heir seei venture f est Indies were allout for 197 if which B. J. •aley made 103 After looking the losers, the County playtook advanluta of B J tleidlne . the visitors and won in a SEALEr How finish. I9:i9 On the last occasion, in 1939, the West Indies again lost. Worcester weie all out for 83. Martindalc 4. Tyrcl Johnson 3 and Constantino 2 sharing the wickets between them West Indies replied with 142 of which Headley made M) and Gomez 28 In their second try the County compiled %  -•!>!. Cooper getting 92 Set to get 233 for a win. Uie West Indie-, wore all out for 147. And 'i. on to 10-dav. Much water has passed under the bridge, and the West Indli Uiis their jubilee year, are out to %  i.n.-.ih.i.iic their hard won pi in the sun. Like their predec sura they will tight clean and keen, nnd like every true sportsman. I say may they have a fair share of Fortune's favour, and 'may the best team win The Weather TODAY .Sun Rk*e*i 5.4t a.m Baa rteia: fiz am Meet, (Lasl Qasrter): May g. Llchtimr: 7.M p.m. High Water: Ml a.m.. 1.15 YESTERDAY Rainfall (Codrlngton 1: Nil. Total for Month to Yesterday: .SO Ins. Temperature (Max.) sa.ft I Temper ..lure


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MAY it, (Ml BARDAIMX ADVOCATF KNOS AlrtES, May ft, Workri MgonAeV walked out in orderly fashion at thus bringing to a half m packing house* throughout the country and alo >einforcementi were on hand to prevent disturbances while "(rigoriAcos'" assigned adminitrative employee-. to take over ihe maintenance of freezing chambers with n view to pnvwittBf damage to equipment. which would have been caused by flopping the i PAGI THRIX The strike, which was called h) the Ml PaCkM Federation •i scheduled to last until patkei are willing to discuss new working conditions The atnke will In halt meat loadings to Iti I will also .iMt.-t domestic provu ion of cold and canned BMUI sausages and other "frigorllii-o" by-products although carcass i supplies (or home consumption are not affected since State-ownefngoriticos" and slaughter hnuM>. which are not included In the strike will be able to make up for the %  mall volume of i %  rblefa foreign "frigorlllcos" normally supply to tho home market I M iiinent newspapers. which normally support U tOdgJ ftlVg %  %  IT 11 r r i' ,-attention to the -frigonii %  despite It* importance This was taken to DMBB UMI I he 'Trigorlflro" strike is imi favoured l>\ the pnxGtivi nin.ii' general. Del Trnbjo. and it Is presumed thut authorities will call heads uf the Meat Workers Fedi-ation In an effort to settle Ih. unkf K anon as posMble Although workers are slrtkint galnM foreign-owned "fiigont 1 cos." tht>*e havr been %  subsidised' 10 the tune of about 30.000.00n pesos a month for the past in order lo cover the deiioil MI -leer mejt production BO that atiy In their operating cost as a result C new wage demands will auto m atl cally in-.in an Incrc i i from the ( h Henry VHI'a mm Cellar Leaves Whitehall LONDON King Henry Vlll't. roomy win.cellar in Whitehall GardtaV. weighing some 800 tons, has been moved bodily 43 feet from It: original position in one most unique engineering nuns in historv A CARTOON FOR A DISSATISFIED CUSTOMER J'ea's Stowawavi Il.ucl \\ .1. LM In Itritain LONDON the larxc.t number of Muwawjy. Irom the We.t Indies %  Tiivlng In Hrilailt come from Jamaica, which n!.„ -upplles Ui Flying Boat BiH.gcl Beer II urns Kerosene worker^ of tha second largest number of rtowoperaawayin tin Empn. and the world Thi icient monument, a crypt rri,| v hv 2 feet long. 32 feet wide and 22 s i,',J; f-^t R Mnc hlgh wfUt movad ie facts feet 6 I ft-hUe the *tnke. which hay illegal bg Government und its new site In one piece and redenounced as unpatriotic by CGT „, t ed 2 0 feet below its original itfeilKd lodav Although mcomlevel because it interfered with nHvr ,amif, number al llv I Rl D IMN i;i I | ...i i. is-. -' ,n i MTtsseeeatMsl LONDON %  %  Britain's m %  beer be.. 1 i irn and bred wittiin .i si.in' M lu.n In ami haMhiel e Yon know I've been oVtl Mrl 'he war years ind ha*, had iiuich true* with the wet i. "tf ti'.r •iskcd giniI: Drink I medium-range aircraft Hal i "' %  ,f Ihet wtihy-'" LONDON A uev. i i.ing. al metal, medium-range dying boa'., capable of cntafln, i| ;•"" i and carrying ~4 panengari, I... Ignad l>v Sininders-Hcl.ui. of Oowea, tela of Wight The Dying boat, which will be known i.s the ''Ducheat". will be Qhi if IMPORTS > ESTERDA ) .oriimeal arrived in the %  %  %  ting oil. and gum tine s s cargo from %  tails, ribs. suouta, bui. k an* han • Aire* b> ss p. f rort i>map' up i aSeWon of His Worship ii IU nails gea annvunting to H.I in ii ,uo which Heckles .igaiiist Fiu Maxwell <>l tal i lalnawj tbat Maxreed to make IS cot coven. radlea which IK-U-WIM '". %  I.Ii1il!.i>. GIMHIV ill IxMgue' lbgave Maswell to do tju but Maxwell d in and the „>t ( .. na.le BODILY HARM %  %  H PlunM \-, i a auk. Good mornings Gillette ludc I qqei %  the • wiUi 263 r,KOnGF.TOWH. May 2. Hem > Algoo. 47-year-old Mahalca businessman was sent tn prison for 7 years penal servitude on Tuesday after a jurv had found !" y " !" ' !" him guilt) of maliciously setting h „ bas m<,,,t "JS 0 "* "?*' 2 Ore to h,s $i5.non buafawas preijf' ; r hou,c v ( h T n *** '"* tnisea which was completely de'"J ",!" %  ,s ""&£ '* lr rC,, ar stroyed by lire during Ihe earlv * be open lo visitors by special hours of April 29. 1949—9 uav's nr nH m '" t after his insurance nf the premibes Tnf movm •" %  • % %  by coning increased by $2,200 The a,rut '""*l le *' framework mverdict of the iury'wM by a 10—2 ,sial position It would have bin~British Guiana II dered building operations and Oambia came 153 fviithermori' would have projected „. .... :iii feet beyood the buUdhlg UM .0* 'oreign stowaway: and would not have blended witti lfi !" '" ""' ,mm ^* '' l ,, Bl ••'•"••' any ;irchifecturnl fe.itlire ,rom Spain, the highest uiinvidii.il today the cellar is hidden in 1O,BI 265 ,roni Portugal. 130 from Poland, and 110 from Finland lv in the world mm-, iian n ...., An offlcinl of the (Inn s.ild the leeti high treason !.. %  -i (x-i I;I % % %  %  • %  i' jusl citv n Wisconsin li |ii'iin\ fi-i IM.V of 1.300 Hir .m OI.M-I ii oul i .'IHI null's and two eanta parjkta-•> i of 1,141 BiJuahstowaways b etwae n a a rg ati mlh lo ti oul Bir si.,u. iMn and March 31. IMu. Nigeria pragU i iid have iiethlng Naturally, \ i like ..1,1-tin countries they have come Y,\ IcV AgUrea ahow tha irdci md Mr K'le. nskrtl K Bri' aways were repatriated to the place from which they i plied "They ara in eertatn caves -hi ibo r" with the ihre. iddl The cost per ton mill ,l record %  |utl ovgi n canti par Baf< rr I j;nt n i 11 ton mile for IJ00 4M alia and bar J ahum 21 eanl (oi J.000 muei Bsieiej whose j %  %  Tin atrerafl i an all*ii|i plained that on at weight of tSO.000 it. arijng apap new been in tjf or. ft ft in I lengU |. < %  pre ui i/ed m %  air conditioned. pj ., ,„,., %  i Empire Atrwayi are Stafford's remark thai I cotaaderlng tha alrcran foi |oui would bring the av neys such ns that betwwn Aus,„ half-wav 1-t ^ trajia and New Zealand ., .,,, „,,,, ,,,,. Captain Clarke. m;>iiNginu s,nrAigon deliberately set flra to it ,lrd 0, "J'V mfar ^ nf ,., %  • naui nee Too Precarious To Be Socialised lacks The cell" tttanl LONDON .-.nrit.-i < iciu.ni Attiee >^ ha hai no plani to extend lowered "i itain's luond programme of sowith a v.ew to starting a new con'.V 111 %  i"^ '" lch at t cifl i ( ': fl '' on J, ,r J lB J^ (1 n „ „, hp eern With Ihla nhlaH ha m,n,i 1ime Attiee told a meeting of the the Crown lirfheV ^llaiad that' ***" thc ' %  %  '* lv moved "yal Academy of Art AL^IC^^ hnnzontalty and was lowered to The pursuit of art must tMVH%  oodj! nmr? a .dclm v ** %  ,,PW Me not nc brick was ably be an adventure, and 1 think foria. lleSeld another £s Co M <"urbed tod Jha. fWW original .1 U probable that the ..oungailis. v iU B g r cracks are still there but disturbed cracks an widened not will still find getting a livelihood INS rather precarious —LN.S. FOR LASTING QUALITY & SHADES INSIST ON J£GlSTERj£C tion of t'ie I .1<\Mhmg*ranfa eommerctal enift huilt to carrs I. %  • .%  long tagi ionrN 0i Atlantic %  "osslng. Three year-; aco the firm Irst boot fi ghter __ mS BEE POLrCIES COBBY. gMGLANI) Ma Tlie Corby lown council have i td paraeoi living in council-owned houses to Rl provided they carry S2.800 insurance policies to cover pasaarsby who might he stung I.VS. When your BACK ACHES... B* •*•• al ""*-'. '••• %  % %  KII nvi %  ib wi iM waatM star In nW nii-m. TMMI aackacht, haaiirhr. rhtMMliwn. duhirlwfl i-.l •• thai I.") ant' l.-im, MMI IdUw T* mab* yw k-W . -.,.k prvpcli •ndlekrafillirniiii (mloi'ld UN [MJ'• K-tor. Pili IUI'I Kkaw* hi. >.kl. nd t .. •nr-Wtfcwd SUod •f ntmt ariSa and WMMI D HMI pm*. it*Mi ig (W la rr iw. and %  BBa*. Than PSB %  tal katUM Uk kttti .~l 1-ll.r and M are r...U la daw* rl. bn. liHSat an tha %  •*•> IWd Kidnr hlb in tha BBW radian toil, tha rad %  anda. On|f 2 al al ggg gaaBh W % %  ith my Mlwaukce .ill III! • eouldn t %  .k. Britain i 9 r< wasn'l %  iv mil last night Sn Stafford %  i little relnforei nenl but i till .i to lowei tha inn. ol i--ci. %  . i ireri "'111 %  pint, i ordi red i tankard of mild ale . %  .i i nuldii't 11 hw rht ila %  nl wi tasteaud seemed to havi .. mora ".IV..Ill i % %  11 pint mad i here was -i deep tmitv Bavoui to it d convmeaa mo of these i re tur ned to ihc bv for lb i fall thai tha stuff II points' tlly, I hadda seftemup f r n few Cockne) i%  %  Mi bbe Sn BhtatYord hjh Anyw %  n hpgn ba i U go I 4 Rheumatism hile You Sleep ^Sl M haafl it lag I kW 'me raadbH ira> hack on yi> x ihroat luifatr, kill* nulhoni of gcrm—r i* abaoI'H.K tjir *-<.. I In 1111 nnti you trr I acoM Mining in >our ParsHti S'rgl* I itiaiioe. Il inaj Mte ..,1 |*ni. LISTERINE^zz/^ BRAND PAINTS AN I. C. I. PRODUCT A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (BIHK) LO. AGENTS .i^t asksngsrakM i • kahM) i "* I '•*> Dl 4*—* >llaiK uvi u aaUH ••< P.-Md b. DaMn. 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PAHfc HHR BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATl'RIIAY. MAY 6, ISSu WS^Sk-^S^LIFE ON 5/A WEEK IOIIM k arma M., Sj.lnrd.iy. Hay ft. 1950 H< II,.,. I t.,.U. ,, M.II.I;. Public llililics to has lor some years past bacn divided on the future or the companies. One tfroup has I >l:c Utility Companies should be nationalised and run by the State. ban* felt that private enterprise has done fcood work in tht paM and if any control vrr required, the supervision Public Utilities Board would be more conducive to cfliciency. The latter point of view seems to have gsilMd graatar favour, and His Excellency has given notice that a Bill for setting up such ,i Board will be placed before the Legre during the present session. Ii li to be hoped that the composition of the Buurd. will be given careful thought. The interference of politics into every i r of Barbadian life is not a complete tog. The Board to be 111 fill must hove wide powers and the exercise of those powers must not be influenced in any way by political considerations. Hi has not y* -*n revealed what powers the Board will have but if it is based on the Canadian precedents they will include the regulation of charges, the safeguarding of fair distribution and the investigation of complaints. In Canada the Board has not operated as an arbitrator between the Company and its employees and that is right as long as the principle of private ownership is recognised. The function of the Board has been to regulate the interests of the Company and the public. The Board should have power to insist on expansion and it is to be hoped that it will be able to obtain for the Public Utility Companies the Currency and licences necessary for the purchase of machinery and equipment for expansion, from the country best able to supply them. The recent difficulties of the Electricity 'Corporation have been due to break-downs in Iheir plant and although public criticism has been directed to other matters, the principal cause for dissatisfaction has been the partial cessation of the supply of curItJjt Now there remains a large number of houses which require electricity and which # the Company Is not yet in a position to satisfy. Action must be taken to give every facility to the Company to obtain the machinery by which they shall be in a position to satisfy the demands made upon them. In Barbados, one of the matters which has always exacerbated public opinion is the lack of information which they face on matters vital to the country. A Public Utility Board can be made the vehicle of nation so that members of the public can gather then information from reliable %  MM i-i.. The Barbados Telephone Company also cpai d >n. Good work has been done by them in extending the dial system tq country parishes but there are many would-be .subscribers in districts nearer to town who have been waiting for many months to have a telephone installed. Closer co-operation between Government, through %  Public Utilities Board and the Company may tadlrtate their efforts at extending man? Hold of operations. The GAS Company has given good service to the community but their future is over.shadowed by the refusal of the House of Assembly to pass a Bill under which the Company would be enabled to supply Natural (i.is to consumers at a reasonable rate. Because of this uncertainty the Company cannot be blamed if they do not undertake greater expansion or are unable to reduce the cost of supply. The people of Barbados are not unmindful of the great difficulties faced by the Utility Companies. It is their hope that the formation of a Public Utility Board will help to create those conditions in which the Companies-a*ill be able to give the best to tne community. We face the distressful fact that a large number of our fellow creatures, our imniedi. • %  and felloe -.iliitn*. are not getting reasonable and adequate 1 support (even with the help of charity) In the fundam e n t a I forms of food, clothing, and shelter, and we CBflBOt leave It It that. As I put it in my previous article, humane feeBrsg and so— ^ cial justice and ... r GODSON. security place in* better provision for them upon us as an inescapable duty. If II shovM mean increased taxation, though 1 do not think so, then, as Mr. Mottley exclnmed. let there be increased taxation.* I propose thai we should per uni our ••id people wfce are able to io SB doliur. Ikhl-werk and earn up la •/w !'• i week. without includiiiK it in tba c KOpUtations under the head i : SBJ Means Test, but regarding .t as a healthy and necessary supplement to the peiudon. This boon u now provided for in the Mother Country. stand. Pensioners are allowed to work for as much as 20/a week without interfering with the pension, which Is now actually 2t —their figures are vastly and necessarily bigger Ulan ours, of course. (But I believe the age for the Iree-gift pension is still "> years). But if a pensioner can earn more than 20 -. the surplus is correspondingly deducted from the pension; and the peastanei %  reouircd to make a weekly declaration. Similar arrangements should be made here it stands to reason that if an old person got mo.' | was ablo %  real living, or a sab staatlal wage, thai would operate to suspend, or at least modify thai pension. which had I-.granted at a tune of ... uncmplo} ment Now would it not be immensely Dealer for pensioners to go on doing a little work, if to idle around with half support and have to bfi;. Or perhaps to work surreptitiously and against the pension law. and with a consciousness, maybe, of obtaining small sums by dishonest untruthful means. Besides, they could do useful light work, if no more, in the home or yard or garden, i work which at present householders find it very difficult to get done, or which remains un done. (• %  ally, coupled with the abov concession 1 sanest thai the Old Age I'rn-i.M, Committee* should be given authority to Issue hoil term Ticket* to applicants win are likcl> to no bark to work tickets for. say 4 or 6 week* Then such a pensioner would have to return at the end of th short time and report his or her position and jamings. If 'nothing doing' the Ticket would be renewed. If on the other hand work had been taken and the earnings did not exceed the */or 5, permitted, well and good, but should thr> do so the sjnouni %  would be suitably adjusted, or suspended altogether until permanent qualification was nttalnThis provision would save a good deal of trouble in the working of the Scheme, and the loss to the Treasury which is at present taking place—no one can tell to what extent. FOLLOW THAT CAR! DESIRE MEETS % TIIHI M-EYED PKIMIIOKE IW Hornurtl Wiekwieed STOkr. GABRIEL (Devon). HERE we are on n fine sunny day In spring showing England to KYX 2. our promising postwar car. and for her first run we've chosen the old t>cat down to Devon. 1 keep telling KYX 2. or Desire as we call her In the fnmily. what a lucky car she is Here she I*. slutted with happy people rolling through the lanes of Devon in ihe sunshine of an English spring Before we've finished with her. Desire should be an authority on her native land, for we are going to show her all the things shed have missed had she been sent abroad for export—the things that go to make up England. Lark SOIIU WE are going to show her pubs (at least, the outside of them). thatched cottages, flowers In th-? hedgerow*, birds, market towns and cathedral cities, people ai work, nnd rivers where the best fish lie. 1 or.ee knew un Englishman In Australia who had %  gramophone record of I lark singing at dawn. It was a simple bit of recording. but he used to play it for hours on end, till the tears ran down his cheeks and mode pools in the dust at his feet. Desire will hear the lark for herself She'll hear the barn owl In the ruined tower at night, and the country church bells on Sunday morning. Just now we an* Introducing her to primrose*. England without primroses In April ^.unthinkable, and yet hundreds of cars leave these shores every dav without ever having experienced the ancient rustom of taking the family out primrosing. Here in I>evnn the banks and the edges of the woods are yellow with their (lowers, and ai one of my boys so rightly says. "Thev make vou feel sort of happy, don t they?" Besides picking them and being made happy by them, have you ever considered the story of their life? & The primrose (Primula vulgarity is only a humble country flower Itut it comes from a very good family called the Primulaccac. The name goes back to the Romans, you know. I'nri* Flower THERE'S nothing wrong with being called eulaaru. It refers to thetl abundance, not their manners. Indeed, they've been an emblem of Tory respectability for generations. They joined the Conservative Party at the lime of D'sraell. The primrose was his favourite flower, and Queen Victoria sent him a bunch every year for hi' birthday. Neither of them knew that the party was harbouring a plant with a political secret. The leaves of (he primrose branch from the root and not the stem. You mustn't tell Lord Woolton or the Primrose League this, but the botanical word for such leaves is "radical". It.t .MII studied the love-life of primroses. In the langunge of botany, they hybridise very readily. The polyanthus Is one of the results. Its ancestors were a gay primrose and a cowslip that slipped once too of ion. Two Kinds IF you take a dozen primroses. all apparently the same, and look at Ihem closely you will find thai half the flowers are different from the other half. One lot have a *'.iing ir. % %  centre that looks like a g-cen glass-eye. This is the stigma or end of the pistil. The other lot have a group of five litt'e yallOVf things covered in pollen. They are named stamens. Flowers of the first kind are called pin-eyed and of the second thrum-eyed. Now split them down the cantTS and you'll see that the pin-eyed pistil-packing momma also has five stamen*, but they are down at the bottom where the nectar is. And the one with the stamens at the top has n pistil at the Ixrttnm that's more like a sawnofT shotgun. It is all an e aborale device to encourage crossbreeding, and so produce bigger and more beautiful primroses. The bee which unconsciously acts as Cupid, can transfer pollen from a thrum-eyed primrose to a pin-eyed one more easily than to another flower of the same type. It's a splendid arrangement. The only trouble U that at the lime the primroses flower there are vcrv few boos about Early birds get the worm, but early flowers don't get the bee. So every year millions of dear lill'e primroses are deprived of of parenthood, and If it wasn't f, ,h,,,r ability to Increase then' numbers by spreading oul underground we might live tfl >> prlmroseless world. As usual, Shakespeare puls i better than I do. In "Winter' Tale" he says: — pole primroses That die unmarried, ere they can behold Briuht Phoebus In his stretn a tuaiadu Most im-idrn' to maids. II doesn't harm the primrose plant to pick the flower, you 11 be glad lo hear, but you shouldn i dig up the roots until the flowers have, died down. Fresh primrose leave* chopped up in sa'nd are a substitute for tottuse. For further reading I am told that no primrose lover should miss Fenglor and Preiitl's "Die Naturlirhen pflanzenfamUlcn" (Leipzig 1887-1908) I'll bet Us %  !" -L.E.S. U. S. Has £230 Millions Headache I h*ii ttnbh #•/ffirfon'M Ifcfs/ Hit IMIar Trail** By FRFDrkKK COOK NEW YORK. THK huge synthetic rubber factories America built in wartime, when the Japanese cut off Malayan supplies of the real thing, have developed into one of the biggest post-war headaches for this country. Sines the middle of 1947, leaders of the lyre and rubber industries, top Army brasshats and Government experts have been deep in discussions about what to do wilh them The discussions are still poing on. And no solution is in sight: The problem America faces is this: Shall the factories be kept going;, holding* down the amount of natural rubber America imports? MUM; DOLLARS If the answer is Yes, that means w t e-rn fewer dollars in Malaya. And that nn.ans the U.S. taxpayer has to go on finding dollar.-, under the Marshall Plan, or we have to cut U.S. buying still more. Or Shall the factories close, throwing thousands out of work? If the answer to that is Yes, can the Truman advisers weather the trade union storm? Far mere importantly, can America be sure that in a future war her rubber supplies will not again be cut off? Is it a risk she dare take? There are more than £23>t millions In Cli-vernmrnt-uwned factories involved. •SELL THEM' The original post-war talks resulted in the 194B Rubber Act. which runs only until June 30 this year. In mid-January President Truman sought to end the deadlock with a plan to sell the to private industry "as soon as possible' 1 ami to accompany the deal with regulations and restrictions aimed at preventing a price war between natural rubber and svnthetic. Uut his close adviser, Mr. J. R. Sleelman, has admitted: "No permanent or long-range solution to many of the problems has been found." STATE MONOPOLY OR .. Tied up with the dilemma in which Washington linds itself are issues which cannot be brushed aside, like Government ownership of a monopoly or private enterprise. At stake, too. are the 9,400.000 acres of rubber trees owned and cultivated by Americas friends—ourselves, the Dutch and the French. Core of the whole business is national defence. The President's latest report stated flatly .hat rubber was "indispensable." BEST MEN QUITTING' Yet a trade leader, pointing out that Communist revolutionaries in the Far East were a grave threat to a steady rubber supply, said gloomily: "This country cannot really count on a single ton. "The rubber estates could produce over 2 million tons a year, but last year's output was less than 1 £00.000. .. ._ "The real reason Is that many of the best estate managers are quitting. They eat and! sleep with a gun beside them and they aref gottms tired of it. They can't take it any more." 1ft FACTORIES SOLD The majority of America's synthetic capacity is still either producing or in itand by condition. Effective capacity of the VA industry is said to be 800,000 tons annually, enough to keep the country going if non-essential uses were trimmed away. Of this total, the present law demands that 600.000 capacity be kept either in use or ready to produce within 90 days. Eighteen Government factories have already been sold, at about a third of their %  uii;in:il c..st. Five others, declared surplus, have found no buyers yet WEARS BETTER Backers of the synthetic rubber programme claim that the new "cold rubber" scheme (in which it is processed at 41 decrees Fahrenheit, as against 120 for stan D.V.SCOTT TO-DAYS SPECIALS a co.. LTD. at the COLONNADE Usually I.KTONA APRICOT JAM (l'/a-tb tins) 54 QUAKER OATS (Lar^c Pku) MC EWAN'S (Red Label) MB 2 For Your BATHROOM. LAVATORY BASINS 25 x 18 — 22 x 16 With or without Pedwtal "INTERNATIONAL" PAINTS COVER THE WORLD! Ill D IIOOI IAI. IV\IVIS "DANBOUNE" ANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT -for galvaniMd Iron roofs. — $7.20 per gullon tin (Imperial). "PROPELLER" READY MIXED OIL PAINT—for wooden shin£lc, asbestos cement, and aluminium roofs — %  $4.93 per gallon tin (Imperial). Instructions for use:— OtvlvaulE*d Iron. 1. For new work, allow the surface to weather for at least a year before palnUng. Then apply 1 coat of paint. 2. For previously painted work, if the surface is in good condition, rub down, clean, and apply 1 coat of paint. 3. Por previously painted work, if the surface Is In poor condition, rub down thoroughly, clean, and apply I coat of -InternaUonal" Red Lead Graphite Primer, followed by 1 coat of paint. Wooden SbingU. 1. For new work, apply I coat of "International" Primer for Wood, followed by 2 coata of paint. 2. For previously painted work. If the surface is in good condition, rub down, clean, and apply 2 coats of paint. 3. For previously painted work. If the surface is in poor condlUon. rub down thoroughly, clean, and apply 1 coal of "International" Primer for Wood, followed by 2 coats of paint. Aibtstos Comant. 1. For new work, apply 1 coat of "International" Cement and Plaster Primer, followed by 2 coats of paint. 2. For previously painted work, rub down thoroughly, clean, and apply 2 coats of paint. Aluminium. 1. For new work, apply 1 coat'of "Yellow Primocon", followed by 1 coal of paint. 2. For previously painted work, rub down thoroughly, clean, and apply | coat of paint. Try these fine products of International Paint*, Lid., and Of I'.M-I'ii ri-lt DA COSTA & Co., LTD. dard synthetic), produces a tyre which wears; L^ 20 per cent, better than natural rubber L.F..S. j ^^ HARDWARE AND ELECTRICAI. DEPARTMENT. Ol It III AIM us SAY. Barbados Needs What Ships It Can Hold The Editor. TV Adeorafe SIR,— Tinnews that lb* Har riaon steamship Una an oontatn* plalmi! niiikmg nrrangrmenta to tranship their cargo nl St. Lucia and thi.t the Canadian National Steamship may llnd It imposnible to continue their service to the West Indies is i> serious matter for ll-irbados. %  S'r,.r5K U .l tnTi' JdJS %  "'*" •• >>" %  " r Vb *" Um m "" ion the -hop-kecper to make los-s on the sale of his buslnes LABOURER %  lav Grouping The Editor, The ^deocatc hoping -ExitEnter—the good Th~-e arc several reasons fi this action, the go slow movement. SIB.-While Order Paper looking nt the House grouping _, — ,_ ., of the same age should have the HI re same reasoning powers, intellect Age-grouping or whatever vou may call it. and old days of a sane and prope. thus we tlnd boys and girls, both education' I I bright and dull placed in the same RIC C. standard, whether they deserve It I hmi or not. In the vain hope that some tht Editor. The Advoaiic n ;i,Kle in.iy hap|K'ii lo Hie dull SIH.—TIm*. pr-rson* w i-, (L tenthe children, thus gaining oneness of Jod the singing competition ot of intelligence in Ihe form. Queen's Park on Tuesday night mie Speaking of dullness reminds us „r May 2. must have been trulv .~. an address, which I think that backwardness may be due wrapt with enthusiasm There is of paramounl importance for mainly to three reasons: Innate no doubt that all voices blended aavenil branches of labour; one the future of this Island, and that dullness, extraneous and removnicely and the singing and can frequently hear th e remark • % %  %  request given by a certain able causes. Other causes may be expression was very good. The When labourers an Mwkcn to member for the abolition of the long absence from school-work, rendition of Ihe selected test tune about this, that the Insurance age-grouping system. frequent migration from 1 one "I am Alpha and Omcgu" created Companies ran nay, they tan. but This system has been an endschool to another, inferiority. Ihilt ROU i pa | h os within the hearts tba excessive claims mean an less controversy, as there are many home conditions, and differences of each one and brough' continuiDcrease In the premium and a who cond.ne it. and, on the rowof efflcienry in the teaching given, oil* applause from lovers of music vtGf^ssrt&?i x. "r^r.',,;: FSUTZ 1U!" ^< !" ^j-. %  *.-".> -i&gfitz&ETiSiiB the wanton destruction of cargo Assembly forthls session, caused by Ihe wilful and reckless handling of the cargoes by the BSJB LEON PILGRIM. teachers Rocb e f k "•*: St. Michael. movement of "the labourer and the denced by the great number of them v dSuTnot to give of their best in boys and girls who "pass" their they ahouW be given hope Ste of lh bK waam their way through school in a strengthen their self-respect and It ^ high time that the Govphenomenal time, and then leave determination to succeed. eminent, who are responsible for with a modicum of knowledge, the welfare of the community, There Is many a boy and girl baw through the labour offV these several matters Partvwith a vlewto savlnB~what Such boys "and""girls have little a d-'cr.ent to the educational SIR. -Government should be imi/hilining we now hold ambition for they have been advancement of the student. progressive and give the general While on this subject It would )udcr ( | )>v their years, instead of It Is painfully obvious to one public all assistance they can and h* well to parUnent. Any person going to get a Passport and being Ignorant of the fact that he has to take 5/6 in stamps, finds that after making his way to the Station, he is told he must go to the Post Office nnd acquire a 5/fi Sump, this being the only place from which a /stamp can be purchased. The Police Department could certainly be allowed to have £3 in stamps to save this waste of valuable time. Will Government give this matter their consideration and save the valuable time of the citizens. CITIZEN fllsjaf To The Editor Tht Adrocatc SIR,—As a contributor to the General Bus Co., how often 1 have coveted the fortune of the disgruntled peoples who have the liiurlv service of the St. George Hus Co Has it ever occurred to the Directors of the General Bus Co j that an hourly service betwceo Horse Hill and Bridgetown would t i.rove advantageous? and a trans • t fcr bus between Martins Bay and I Clifton Hall, an age-long neces Mty? It may sound Incredible, but : 'tis true that people frequerrtlv walk from Horse Hill. Paris Hill. Fisher Pond, Sweet Bottom and | other distant districts to New| bury, through force of circue • stances, to patronise the St George buses. Would not Uusj %  am UsfldaaSBssss %  sjafwasts Would it be right to tell them Those not your buses". How often school children are left bv the roadside at the mercies of others, with no excuse whatever; after having already pur chased tickets from the General I.us Co It Is that those who have, cannot ,-ppreciate what others long for FAIRPLAY long it continues we shall the Treasury to draw a Vouchei • LETTERS whrh are sltned with a nom de-plume, bat anarromi< I.IM-.I by the customary bans fides, will be Ignored. Many such reach the Editor's desk each week, and readers aw again reminded of the necessity far the writers name to V known to the Editor, not for publication, bat as an assurance of good faHh. TKIPK. UVfcK. KAI1HIT. STEW VBAL, STKW BKKF, STEW LAMB Tins Plum Rose Powdered Milk— lib !H.. ., Hunters Royal Pork Sausages—Vjilb and I Hi ., 0\lWd Sausage—lib .. Apple Saure—37c. ., Prunes „ Slice and Pickled Cucumber—18c. .. Fish Paste—a*. MAMMOTH CI.FANSER BRILLO SOAP PADS -22t*. pkg. And the Finest J & K. CM Taattt BAKERY GOODS GOOD A ttns.



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SATURDAY. MAY t, ma BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE The Petroleum Act 1950 Now In Operation Mor* Seawell Equipmenl The Pelroleum Act 195Q, came into operation on April 27 when it was proclaimed in the Official Gazette. The following is the full text of fee Art which received the •Merit of the Governor on January 5, 1950. HAHHAIn IS Ait Act to MM in the GoeernorliL-ti.i uni Cummlllce Ihe property In petroleum and natural 001 u'trhin ihe /iland and to make procuiuii u-it'i respect to (he Petroleum Quota Payments 7. (I) Subject tn the provisions of this section, every o 1 of land situated in a pooling in which a productive well located shall be entitled to from the Governor-in-Executivc Committee in respect of the petroleum recovered from such well during his ownership of such land. the right must be obtained, or of the Commission to a* aaj of them, have not ,h as shall appear to the Commit n necessary power" ol dMSkaalto I>e entitled thereto. 13 > Any monies deposited In the Out, legal dtsal or otherwise; ma i nln g unclaimed at the that the person with %  %  :rom the di to grant the right unreason* ,v,, "h 'hey were deposited ii. the ably refuse* to grant il. or Public Treasury shall be tiammem ~fr StawtU after reasonable consideration '"red to and form |art of thThev were dur.m; the day dlshas been offered, demand" general reveiiuei or the Island charged t.v motor veaael l.n.uii terms, which having regard to '*' A '"otiies paid out under which arrived frum Tin imstanccs. are un"' u ,"" ,n m l '"" %h, 1; Thursday The raaaoaukMa '"' '1 *' e et ,u 1 *'BMui any handled the lighter cargo i I i Any licensee or lessee ??" m *," d mi,d u ^ n ,h Commisthe Government crane w* desirous of obtaining an " n \ n, p 1 *? on %  ut mn > *"•> in taking on* the he .. mav \l'i>rlhnlHa IMPAIR. _.._!_ — OCCUPYING the sect the Qt %  .gin unsafe. a mi<". ,., gtedar iruK tyrea, wobble wheels, iron rele forms and othei equip* W hat The Chief Justice Said ancillary ti i =MiJ=*afe=i!-: ss^u ssatrjsusrs petrolei alctuatad : 111 i-il lion of the ting of petroleum and natural pai. •fid /or purpose* crnnected uith Ihe mat UTS aforesaid. (Mh January, 1950). Be it enacted by the Governor, Council and Assembly of this Island and by the authority of the same as follows: — 1. This Act may be the Petroleum Act. 1950. 2. (I) In this Act. except where the context otherwise requires, the following expressions have the meanings hereby respectively assigned to them, that is to say— "Ancillary Rights Commission" means the Commission constituted by and in accordance with the provisions of the Schedule to this Act; "ln-.d" includes land covered '" %  mean, Ihe pen„ for *£?" ?""• ">*' uih (S) An ght may make applies!" n v 'hcle*s recover riling to the Ancillary Se^tiJLTLST ?**?," t0 ighi. under la (2) A petrolcun shall be of such an bear the same tied as twenty-live per royalties payable In respect of petroleum recovered from a productive well during the relevant payment, 'hexto him lext succeeding %  t,lon "*•' **< tuQl the cimimCommittee thZSt^mF^^'i' stan.es aliased to justify the grunt Lie aft*. | ,.|| fcactsnasi a nrori... live wall with.n ih„-!! quotapayn.cn; | ZJSmTS^,-JiJStSL u amount as shall „ .,. d|r€c thl v i,,Ti • t,?. T U ^^L. lt Z possible aft* Ih. „..!>omcal Gazette' and "[£ 'seven., an application in pursuance Of newspapers of the Island. bsection ( 1 > > %  J9 An. question %  nB P"per His Honour ihe Chief Judc heeu s,r All,n Coll > mo1 ' reported to have commented on UM I of a Common Pleas Jury r. these words. "I must confers th.it II a a most surprising rss I •ted on ••ver.tl.al Is your verdict cranes *he exact words ur*l l>\ lh. vhlle *' hw %  %  %  %  %  '" "I muM cm uyM feaa that It is somewhat our argo aehuni—al least II is to me. Kui The "Caracas' is srheduKM to rest *re the sole Judge* of ihi horn finish discharging the machinery *•**." today. Some of the equipment wns Brfore the bnsines< of th< removed from the wharf to SeaCourt of Ordmar> '>• %  < I a Fresh for your Pets ! ram DOG CHOW] PURINA RABBIT CHOI H JBKX Jonas & Co, Ud.l DUtrlbatars, i.l .e lei.l.. dispute Schnlulnl Priw Ignored Daily 6y Banana Sellers AM selling these bananas day, the CMrJ Mdaji eommantec on the misquotation and aU was Inaccurate, incomplete i i mislearlinK He said that he hafnot tresitassod on Uw Mid win. I was peculiarly within ihe iiinvim. %  >r the jnr>period as the area 7f land owned rau c '" w P ubll5hed ,n lhc which %  required by any prov,"tw u ,,, "' ,, catSa," said a vendoi bv the person entitled to receive im< ** 1 aaee. in one issue ol a | n * •< Act to be determined whc Pproaclied by a would-lv such payment or who would have *' %  ">' n*w*lPPr. in one Issue of a .V/i !" ^' !" hal }* f^'*"^ to |VUI ^. lS r !22S5% been so entitled if the ownershiD bi-weekly newspaper, and in one J nr wtermlnatioii of two arbitra. !" h . .replied the amazed Inof the petroleum had not beer, IMN of a weekly newspaper pub"SL.1?A !? appointed by each severed from the ownership of th U*ad BO th.s Island, a notice set£ ct > J HaT'KS •Why*" dividual, I think that that varietyland, bears to the total area of ling* forth flu of the appli— umpire ' bvlna sold at three for a penny. in case such arbitrators fail to vou Know th *' y *n be igroe. such umpire to be chosen cnar wl .'or selling above Pt>UK SI' WAV ITS James. Moll. Al Nelsoo, ii nd I lei %  fol natives ol Tr wot the .ime being .•ilh which the word is used, whether on his own account or as agent or trustee for any other person, or who would so receive the same If the land were let at a rack rent; "petroleum" Includes any mineral oil or relative hydrocarbon and natural gas existing in Its natural condition in strata and bltumln does not Include Jak. coal or, bituminous shales or other strati lied deposits from which oil can be extracted by destructive distillation Four Siawawtr.'s Sen! Hark • Rile) land* the here yesterda> b) S S l K.ii.'Ster" and sent back to Triniihe replied, "for 'd yesterday evening by B.W.I, them, and the decision of such know b* 1 bought these." Airlines. arbitrators, or the umpire, shall be Tnl 1 ls typlenl example of These four men secreted themMnal and binding on the parties in whal happens daily when people selves m the 1' ,v I hall inquire into any difference, and everv such refer"Pproach the sellers of bananas to while it was nt I'oil-of-Spai > applicaUon for the grant of an ence shall be deemed to be an at"uy the fruit. The "Tradei" hit T.muiad, anr L7\2*£~L ?. !" lul nflHary right marie in accordance bitration within the Common Pleas Despite the fines thai are reguwhen off Santos, th Mowawaj u of uTlHEr ha. wllh lh Provisions of section Act 1911 and be subject to the %  ^-'"PJ*" 1 ' tnc bre b ' "' %  csan^adiSs. ,Ll5S Ju?*,L* t! ,cwn of lhi Act provisions relating to arbitration ihe Schedule Order, some sellers S^w^a n rt^£?^,2!. ^t i <2) Anv person whose interests contained ,n that Act. Persist in disregarding It Most SLX B VX t SASS!SSSSi areormaybeprejudlCallyaHect. *> W Th. Governor-In-Exe<* * k. and usually get \\ r-fhe nelrnSir?^nu^i^S!' rt b > lhp 8 ranl of •" "PPH^tlon i" u ,Ive Committee may make nail tlon shall be pa'd out of the Public ^'""d to . heBrd bv hlmw f V' 2?W Ihou Treuury on'the warrant of the *J£2^~J2*£L£*J* .he gener'.'l.'i "' land in the pooling area. cant, the nature of the ancillary v lh % %  t l n u ~i~^rT' — *-fT!— u-hpdnloil Mlnat^ For .he purpc. of Uu, „.b.l U h. claimed .nd !„ dcJ^U %h^ !" ,^ te .'S5 n 5K5 rU ! TdSRSS? .1 section the expression "relevant criptlon of the area in w hich it r> od of one desired to exercise the right entitled to 12. (I) The Ancillary Right rem oV'Vne'^nd ,?con! "-. %  I**r Jff&J-?: C-J-Ugl ment has owned the said land, where the < levm has been severed from the "pooling nd asphalt but sssSkSJSSXSJS ^SSTL'J^tLS'JS £s^*£Sz U5X+S&: gaysagsas yng^i^toi*.** tA w Jus^SFjti ns the Governor-in-Exem.|v *-omm.fion. ,„ K S(v|ion u Committee may direct. (S) Thc provlsions of sections <4) No petroleum quota paynmP le „. Woven, twelve, fourteen cent for each banana but tome are even more unreasonable and nsk three cents for two. which with another added, should onlv bring them two cents S.S. -P 1 I I came into the picture, and th \ were transfer ictl (ran in "Trader" at sea. productive well means an area of land immediately surrounding the well hexagonal In shape containing one hundred in relation to "SB* *f" *r!fii£ im 3LP e I?S n and seventeen of'the Commissions until he has satisfied the Governor, .. mi ., it tl production of title deeds, plan^. and such other evidence as the laid off that the Governor-in-Executive Commute productive "well is equidistant n^V require, that he is entitled to from all six sides with two of receive such payment the sides of the hexagon facing J (1) Notwithstanding anyNorth and South; ,hln contained In this Act. everv "productlv well" means a Person who at the commencement well commenced after the com' "is Act _U receiving royalties Ing into operation o! this Act 'fom an existing well or who at from which pelroleum is rccovthat date is a lessee of an existing ered and in respect of which we" hi-ll be entitled to be paid, by way of compensation for the vesting in the Govemor-inExecutive Committee by virtue of this Act of the property in the royalty is paid; "well" includes bore-hole. (2) Notwithstanding anything In the definition of "owner" conlay be necessary, apply to ar inquiry under this section. 13 (1) The Ancillary Rights Commission, in considering whether an ancillary right should be granted and thi conditions, if any. to be imposed If such a tight Is granted, shall havt regard, among other considerations, to the effect on the amenities of the locality of thc proposed use and occupation of the land the terms and <<" mod*" cla (a) the manner in which, and the pcrjons by whom, applications for licences and leases shall be made; the fees to be paid on any such application; (c> the conditions as to the size and shape of areas in respect of which licences or lenses may be granted; 'CARIBBEE* ON DOCK Claim To Eatulv Granted HIS IKlNtllll the Chief ,1ml... Sir Allan Collymore. in thi C'ouit of Ordinary vestcrduv %  ranted the petition ol Josephine Stand* ch ford of Ashton Hall, St, Peter. 11widow, to the estate of her son. late of which .ha|i. unless the Govemor-ln-Executive Committee thinks fit to modify dify or exclude them in any , rt.cu.ar case, be Incorpo/** THE MV Canubcc. wli arrived here 011 Wednesday mo inK, will go on dock at the Central Alexander Slandford. Foundry foj cleaning and general Ashton Hall overhauling today. Petitioner was represented i The "Curlbbee" will be on dock Mr. l>. H. L Ward LnfltrttCtCd b fwi .• lew ,(.!>-. an.1 will rcsui.i. Mi H I.e.Sarjeanl )U regular voyages next wee:. The Chief Judge admitted t< The MV. "Moneka", sister shio probate the of the "Caribbee* was taken on persons: Albert imilar irher this ivcthaul %  r-k for talned in the last foregoing subpetroleum recoverable from such section where the ownership of wc l'%  lum p sum representing petroleum has, at the date of the the amount which the rights of the ApplicaUon Granted passing of this Act. been severed from the ownership of the land In which such petroleum is situated, the expression "owner" shall be deemed to mean the person who would, prior to thc passing of this Act. have been entitled, whether on his own account or as agent or trustee for any other person to receive any royalties payable in respect of such petrolcum under a petroleum mining „ e „„^ licence or lease, or any successor In title of such person. (3> In this Act references to a person having a right to search for petroleum shall include the right to make a geological and geophysical examination of land ana to bore the same, and referof the lessee, as the case may be, In respect of such well might have been expected to realise if they had been sold on the twenty-eighth day of January one thousand nine hundred and forty-nine. In the open market by a willing seller. if the foil. tMiiiitb. Mai 1 Knight, and Susan llenn, late ul St. Michael. J..e |.h tile.l man. late of Christ Cburchj hie.ien. k Khii.!: Bdwarda, late ol st Lucy. The will of Adolphu* Nathaniel twee lata of i' mi RdH Pariah, lleumiti.i. ".1 re-scaled under Section 37 of the Court of Ordinal y Ail of 18VI. part ated in any such licensi lease. respect of which the application <*> jhe remuneralion and travelis made llna llowance of the natmbtn "(2) Where the Commission H nri secretary of the Ancll.uy satisfied that It is expedient in the "'* n,s Commission. public Intacta* that the application JJ?L£*Z uS^ Ju\ m ^, '£' should be granted, the Commission ?" „ l ? h S Tf 1 on h *' 1 ** l f' d u '" 'N THE Court of Chancery .hall, by order in writing, grant ^J!* J!^ *&4+to>* yesterday H,s Honour the Vlce'i.uch application subject to such Jf a J/ K nn a ( J i, 1 ^,,1 Chancellor. Sir Allan Collymore. terms and conditions i.nd for sue. Sr5lSS of MdSf?lasaStaa ,n 8ult ot Winifred M. Johnson KINf XS5?'£ aSS uonn" '. S ucn n order 'HURBtdS oTZATtSr'^* ^'^>^ & ?" > £5^ -*^Kf o V <' SSf %  think At: and upon such order lons are ,. ld ^ f j. „,„, (Delendant) granted an applicalmnow on £,„„ „,,. k „, ^ being made the right specified n tna| hf iei(uUllons lha „ ^ tion lOJ an order empowering the ^JJ* !" erdav bv Ills Wurmhi the order shall vest in the appliunnul ied. the regulations shall Heglstrar to set up for sale the cmi i\\ M ^.K, „„„,„, thenceforth be void but without property In this suit— 1.B1M) square "^ffyrj-P* %  y td prejudice to the validity of anyicet of laud and a dwelling-house thing previously done thereunder in RsjatJ Street, Bridgetown at the rrgulaupaM price of CSflO The last upset price was £700. The decree for appraisement enccs to the getting of petroleum aforesaid, and partly by the payshall Include the working carrying away, storing and treating of petroleum. Provided that in the case of a under this section shall confer lessee, the compensation may, if the person to whom it is granted or 0 tne ma j, m| of n r-in-Executive Comany greater power than if thc iionri mittee and lessee so agree, be righl had been granted by a person satisfied by the grant to the lessee with power to grant such right In reckoning any such period of d or to any person nominated by no r relieve the grantee from any forty days as aforesaid, no account " P to Pf r,v him. of a licence or lease of such obligation or liability to which he shall be taken of any time Juring K ,,,"'! • 1MB we3. or of lands comprising such would have been subject had thwhich the Legislature i* dissolved Mr w w ^ewe Kt. liistruclwell, under the provisions of secright been granted by such a peror prorogued or during which both M ov Messrs. Cottle Catforri mil tion fmir of this Act, or partly by jon. Houses are adjourned for more '" • appeared for the plaintiff. the grant of a licence^ or lease as 14. (1) Where an ancillary right than seven_days £5 FOR WOUNDING Mr. A. J II Hanachell. Hock was found guilty of wound Inj Oladatona BumaU of si David's Road on March IB. RINGS STOLEN George Becklea. a labourer of Claphani. reported to the P0U0 ymterday that two gol.i rhwr valued at *15 00 wiie stolen fron Ida hmise about 9am on Thinday granted in accordance with the 21. The Oil Mines Act 1904 and /l*rsa IMtai ...ent of money. provisions of section thirteen of the oil Minn Order (ConfirmstrfJCfct; 11 tat (21 Any question as to the this Act, thc Ancillary Right* tion) Act 1908, are hereby repeal'^ ''"'• lourt for Divorce and amount of compensation to be Commission shall, in default of ed. M.lnnionial Causes yesterday Hlr. paid under this section shall. In agreement ~ between the parties 22. This Act shall come int; n nour the Chief Judge pro-lefault of agreement between Uta concerned, determine the amount oj>eration on such day ax theGovnuuiiccd decree alsl in the suit ol 1,. Teachers Conference In B.G This Year Vesting 0/ prcperfu in petroleum in Co vernor-in-ExecuHee Committee 3. (1) Notwithstanding anything to the contrary In any enactment or in any lease or other instrument of title, the property In petroleum existing in its natural condition In strata within the Island i.s hereby vested in the Governor-in-Executive Committee. (2) No person shall, after thc commencement of this Act. search right, u r privilege is required for or get petroleum except in order that petroleum may be pursuance of a licence or lease property and conveniently searchgranted under this Act. ed for and got by any person to 4. Subject to the provisions of whom a licence or lease unt-ei this Act and of any regulations 9Mutn louI h as been granted, and Governor-in-Executive CnmnVttee and the owner, or the lessee be determined by arbitration. (3) Any sum to be paid under whom It shall be paid this section shall be paid out or (2) The compensation to be the Public Treasury on the warpaid |„ respect of thc grant of rant of the Governor of thiGovnny ancillary right shall be assessed by the Commission on tinbasis of what would be fair and if compensation to be paid by the ernor may appoint by proclama-pplicant in respect of the grant tion in the Official Gazette h right and the persons to "<*ZZ""£ 'Zt^'Tt, nnual Ilrlti-h < ram KENMUHr N b lh* OenAsapmbly the nflh day of January thonutid nln* hundrad anJ ftft>' Kr.NMonr. N H HUSHANDI. l*ahar V. H. Wilkinson (Petitioner). It L. Wilkinson (Respondent) Mr. C. Henderson Clarke. K.C M. Tei instructed by Mr D, A lianilela of Messrs. Hutchlnsan and Banfield, represented the |*titu>ner There was no order as to costs rilE CABIBBKAM Ulffll -'• II be hohtiiiK its fC c a* !' % %  Ihlnki St to 1 li> mh mrntlwi foi lit. lh aMilieai>.>i. -11 onii appoint a m uu(\min 1 it.ton r Oiall I* paid fii.tti thr Puhl %  Mty on lha warrant ..( In* Gi>^ 1 I ... %  ..(in. |....l.r l<> ') ,Urr. and -. irlarv ..I O.r C„II fere from August II, if Barb Mending thi 1 ronlact the secretary of the I'll T Mr i) f (iuiith 1..1 InformaUa ionieiiiiiig the 11 a v 1 Ixiarding. may be pr.nmlr lit ihi 1 a i IAVAOI m'uconcS or l?S' l*o ^ !" "or ' "*see to obtain aueh facl.ty. 10 The cc-ts cf and Incident ed for such consideration "&'• <> r P^ilenc | l-.ciemafter reto any procetd^gs before th (whether by way of royalty or ferrcd to as an "ancillary right >, Ancillary Rights Commission shall otherwise) and upon mch other such ancillary right may be conbe in the discretion of the cornterms and conditions as the Govferrcd on the licensee or lessee in mission and the Commission shi ernor-ln Executive Committee the manner and subject to the pronave full power to determii visions hereinafter appearing (2) In particular, but without prejudice to the generality of the loregoing provision, such ancillary rights shall include— (al a right to enter upon land and to search for and get petn leum; HLHcati.e m.m.u.-i % %  ) rraadln> >f (ht Aadilary auhu 1 „,.,.-........, Thrr* -hall br a Commw>l>.n. to be called th AIM-HI*.. Rlgfau < 1,1.inn. ..HI ..ni-t.l n. ..' ^ F,^.,,.,,. „, „ parMin. appolninl by th* Ad shall pay whom and "to what extent the costs to be paid: and such costs be recovered In a summary before one of the Police Magistrates of District A. il) An appeal shall lie from any order made by the Ancillary Rights Commission to the Judge r.f thc Court of Common Pleas who '"P? decision shall be Bnal I2> The procedure i may determine. Royalties 5. (1| Evei lessee under granted under a royalty computed at the rate specified %i the licence or lease on the selling value of all crude pelroleum or natural gas recovered from the land comprised in the licence or lease. (2) No royalty shall be paid In respect of any crude petroleum used by the licensee or lessee for purposes of production or for purposes incidental thereto, or In respect of natural gas which is not sold. (3) The rate of royalty to be specified in any licence or 'ease shall be determined by the Governor-in-Executive Com mittc when granting the licer.ee or lease and shall not in any case be less than ten per centum. (4) For thc purposes of this section, the selling value of any granted crude petroleum or natural gas either at the tune when a lit shall be such vahie as may be or lease is granted or at any determined by mutual agreement s?quent time between the Governor-in-Executive Committee and the licensee :n. An ancillary right shall not "' ,m '* %  •"* 0 '. an ncil, *ry nglil or lessee, or. in default of agreebe granted under this Art unless nnot be found or ascertained ••' ment. by arbitration. „ ,, ho wn lo the satisfaction of m n f^!,"''! 1 .! r ,. Any royalties, or other ,he Ancillary Rights Com n.ssl-i jg^j^^mgjgm quota payment or compensation at iiforesaid, then th* amount of such lietroleum quota payment or ft i-ensalion shall be deposited In la) that the persons with power I>uWlc Tre ., ury to grant the right are nu-ner(2) Any momei 0^^,^ ous or have conflicUng Inter, hp Pu b ii c Treasury in accordance **"; arlth the provisions of subsactio l that the persons with power ,,, o( thi% ^lon sr ,;,li. lt|P to grant the right, or any ol application being made to tne them, ore residing out of the Ancillary Rights Commission by Colony, or cannot be ascerany person claiming such monies, talned or found: be paid out by the Colom.l (c) that the persons from whom Treasurer on the written direct).>i civ The Wlasbirj M In* C*etroleum; Judge of the Court of Common (c) a right to obtain a supply of Pleas. water or other substances in (3) The coats of and incident to connection with th£ search for any appeal to the Court of Comor getting of petroleum: BMO HtM Iflsdtl "11s Act shall (d) a right lo dispose of water or be in thc Iba Judge, other liqui-1 matter obtalne:! and the Judge shall have full while searching for or getting power to determine l whom and petroleum. * wf,al axte-m the costs are to be (3) An ancillary right may be oald. licensee or kajaaa __. „ ^, Mi 1-II MM on. nnd General 17. (1) If the person entitled t he paid a petroleum quota payment or compaaswtaon m respect ofbt* ol any n % % %  i to eonaniui Ut adaOS In llio raw ol IIIIM-.ru>Darltv ( ,r dbaai.ee ol any .n Ui 'nlaMon. Uw iii.i .mh neraun •• he tlimh. I i ilep.il> In %  uch inrmbrr Nu mantber if the romim.. !" wl.e la a parly to ur benrtlria n In any apabeatlon lo thr r i nilalin inqulra Inti aurh apimcatkin. and 1 What's on Today Meeting of Ifouilni Hoard at IU in a.m. Police Band at Anaual Mi/ IISt II.MilHchool. CttfM < mo. ii at ; no p m f.iiillnll at Kemiliiton at .-1 aa p.m Hask.l Rail al the VMC.t al 7.30 p in IIM'I'Y If. If A .'.' -:.i>l\. 11 I'MNS IJIVI: 1 It I V I 1.1. m-.ii \ 1:1 \ UTOM \< H I'lHllnH HEX IIX nillHH i IS I (till l.lVr.K OIL MB"I.SIIIN an BmulMOn ID palatable form Suitable t. tbilikren ami adults. (H.ll AM) INrHEN/A M1XT1RE SlRllOf IIVPOPHOHPHITE* .... KNIGHTS' DRUG STORES KOK RKXALI. raOOUCTf CHKCK THIS LIST NOW IMtYS BOYS' '. HOSE—(.t.v oali fl s .72 uir BOYS' sunns b. Itllaai will pljiin iiiloun. a H"c. $2,111. S2.42 and $2.92 ..... I. BOYS'ETON CAPS .... A Ut. ...id 38c. c.ch PLASTIC BELTS (h 3tc. .. HI.ACK mid TAN LACS SIIUKS (ShM 2—:.) $$.14 pair HI.ACK LACK SIIUKS (Si/.. 2—5) M.00 pair TAN LACE Slllll g (Si/, 2—$) $ C.20 pair MI 'i.l I il.'.i i from H7c. lo $1.11 yd. OMULS l)YH> LIMA'S—In Navy. Royal. Brown. Ilrinr. Pink. C.r.-...i. (I.ild. Paack unt Whilr B 82c. 94c, and 7c. a Yd. I'\ l I. TOHIIAl.l'O—in WliiKK.ival nnd Navy. (INI Mil \ s LACE SHOES In llliirk .mil THI (Si/fs II—I) ir $4..10 a pair QIBLS' LACE SHOES—(Sana 2—5) '.. $5.14 a paic PANAM \ II ITS ,. |lJt $1.79 ..ml $1.82 each BEBETS in Orean, Balfa, llrown Saxc, Red, Bayal ...id Ni.v> l -I "I each. Ills., .-.! •.! Bulara. (fiiint. iVnrilN. Bkaraaaa Plattfaana. Btlerbrooa mid Watani ll.il.l.... (.ol.l.n i\ I Minil.iin Pens. NEW AKKIVALS mv s CHOCOLATI %  ASKL NITS n. Hi Slid I lb BO*-* Priced at 0r and Sid' per H\ Also tllKSII Mlli-MLM of III MI'MKLV'S Ml 1-1 Mi I'II \ 1 H Kr:M>;i)ii:s llumpbrt'j's SpteU i <..ii Nunbars) .50 Humpbic i Veteriiiiu RamadlM l 20 \ Humpiii. f't Witch Hass 1 Liquid Hum] %  w %  1 11 ISI Liquid llumpbii Witch II %  /• I Olntmanl Humphn-YWit. ii Han I Oinlment HARRISON'S BROAD ST To make a Savoury Dish really tasty11.: BKK1Will 111 Kill All LIMITED MAR M HE The Vitamin B Yeast Food Had* tn lii(ljnd monies payable by a licensee or lr ,at II Is not reasonably practii lessee under a licence or lease to ob uin the right in que-tio granted under this Act shall be private arrangement for an paid to the Coloniat Treasurer. thr following reasonsand. without restricting any other mode ot recovery, may be recovered in any court of competent Jurisdiction by any person authorised In that behalf by the Govemor-inExeculive Committee f2) All such royalties an! monies shall be paid by tlte Colonial Treasurer into the Public Treasury to the credit of the general revenues of the Island. Refurnish your Rooms with ihose beautiful Furnishing Fabrics Art Silk-Cotton Furnishing Fsbrcs In green, rose, gold. 48" w.de Per yd Sj£ A/K> Cotton Sheeting .72" wide. Per yd. M*' 1 White Cotton Napkins 1 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO 10. II, 12, $ 13 MOAD STMET



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I SATURDAY, MAY I, IW BARBADOS ADVOCATF. fAGE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. %  IRTH CONtiKA"' UHAT.IWAtTfc • are doing *1' CLARKF W' At am > ...Wp on the 171! .-..• awoolil.vi l wa* Intel May. ISM % %  e. Don* O*bor" CMWM N Y Euntco Oa%!. CMifc. Gordon Clarke Children feHtoiM Kill UU FOII III > II 1950 One the Best Of WASHINGTON Government economists loJ*> M inflation tinges on the nation's economic horizon but pr.;. chalk up 1950 as one of the best "" lU ,of the postwar .ve-rs. "" Hn At this point. %  fully lurauahsd. tnniaiaa— bedroom*, drawing and Dining rae—w Mng the s*. and ail I beUe-ve there is little doubt that the | : |t| *. V \'l-\ii[j: IMMEDIATELY—A nn %  • %  •d l>uaine_ Hand with or without "'" Suitable for Dry Good*, ataUanMV. Le-thrT or any other MnuLi i-pe ol B ualneaa colled "bluo Houar in 1-trm Street Apply Immediately Th_m aM Dial MM. attar hour. IIM > I SO— .f.n Ml NGALUW. aJao Flat. I— >n. . IU. ...d. Haetlntfa. fuiiiiihed ft urn Ma> IB Ml comfort*. Enjuaa bath* with MatM "'< telephone*. Verandah, le.paono BMJ. 11 ) IIibt thai will go _j 111'Mi A AUTOMOTIVE the current calendar i down In the books srw ; sideruble lir.provement up* and downs of 1H4. I The usual summertime lat> dMrn in buiine-.!-.. ht-i.htr-ned by the regular influx of wl m weather iob seekers. Is the only economic | )U in sight. And it may go by with little or no trouble. Expectations are that Industrial [activity, spurred b> increased defense spending, will move alon,at a strong rate for the rest of the ear although a slight decline may ft in during the second half. Important Congressional act' ARRIVALS (I S P 4 T For***.. TOS I 9 Atlai— Capt Ber.Be-. 4.B1S tone i*rt. Cept net. Ctpi m wurkina 1 B_Ma_ I M %  # -an CAH Morn. Minor Mechanic.V Ooxuid Pile* ( %  *> 00 Appl) Froifrvi •Ko Bus Co. Ltd. DUl St1 MM %  — %  II 1' Bi perfect i rrvnan*. J St Thome* CAH Mumi ran Royal Garage. I.M—I >W -Attractive and airy Moorla n d!-. Mtuated on St re Coaat. nrar Appleby Comfortably iflnod with every convenience Thrar -m and Garage Beautiful Sao •a lounga "Jullable far email '...IV n-on, .brood taking up roaldenco ,,,, rent controls and fXClSC taxes in the Colony Apply on prernMe* DOnrpARTViuU Srhnonrr Adeline. lona art. C. rieoaanins. for St. Lucia fchofiar Mermaid C SS lona %  r .T MI Cap! Joarpn. for St Lucia SO Sntahrd I II In Touch With Barbados' Coaatal Station Cablr and Wireioa. -• r-w_e. Aaeoa Rancor. proMdoit advtae thai they can now commurU*—to k— • %  _.— % %  Carl. Ka ( ,tUv. Sou K with thr foiioMlnc Htlpa throuajh tnaat M. ta Aknao PWirn. O .iron*. R aarbasM Ca >' • %  OonSfM !.%  Iseaj 8 I SMoro. Willerwlad. N O BosN'"t H.n> OatlaU. Kpt.mxoa. Lon •noa, Koto Caoi'iTidic Laka Conlm. OM |Mlir, Allantiati. Mrl !'•— %  8 V>rPu cilto. Morminua. Ata.-n. BnOl. LonrCU wood. Lla. Chamaw. Atlantic Ship|-t H HrtUUIa. Bin-nkl II %  %  COM ••••••aalMi. Ji rrHrn^lTalUr lElsa7 DI i wlU P'>" a Important part in trr J! 50-n. %  I %  t July Apply Mkfa lunt bcrklea Road I with 1 bedroom* situation. Economists said a "mild" inflation might be generated if rent controls are completely abolished and consumers are given a dose nf excise t.ix relief I Officials estimated that combination of rent control* would probably result In a 10 per cent average nation-wide rent 'reasc. In some areas It might I' .tin*. I 4.10—l.f.n 3 DMroom. Phono 1I7 3 3 SOSn FORD EMilMT: Onr V-O Pord main drua Rod i> Apply; Mr*. Ml Matthla. Gap. Ch Cl • J M> li MECHANICAL Hirvrija-Good condition. •ply Good, Jubllco. ClblM Prior S B SO—Hi. MISCELLANEOUS SPORTS SHIRTS -Spec I J r Indiirrd Draught Fan nol Mo 13 MalUirwi St Vatra i with Law a Cornell. aU |.|.aa_4n MARKHAM—On tM Saw Haall liitmihcd ot unTurruohod 3 brdro with all mortrrn convonlrticra Gao for cooking Apply_ KlUr Court, (climb to 25 |*r cent Tlu> would boost the cost of living by a "sizeable" two to thr'v per cent and probably would persuade labour to press for higher wages, they said Ubara] excise lax retiuction would simply put more money lr the hands of consumer*. Thus, another rouno of inflation might develop this summer but the possibility the president and the congress would take the two key steps are rated as fairly ; lim The homebuilding industry his %  et the business pace during this Ural six months of the u;iking strength has spread to other fields, particularly ri inn SALES UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER By Inrtrucuom cd from Mr 8 houar which I* atanor* now and rrcrnlly palntrd on Iho apol at Monlcka. St Philip on lanU of Mlaa Mlllicrm Crlrhlow on Thuia day noxt Tlth May al 1 o'clock. It %  two tool*, wllh ahad and kitchen attached. Satno mml b* aold Trrmi Cart. D'ARCY A. aCOTT. AucUooecr %4M f MARL. SAND. mmiiN M.H I n. and LDR DUl UU BICYCLES III Kl I IIS KIM. %  <•* I UmlmW ModcU 1 and without 3 Speed: %  KIN-|,h.n timotr, lUirn Walton. Pk.t rnco Yard. Robrrt Chalk' King, Daphna Kinj. Amalia Pctrrii Mac Bllm Fmrlra. SxMan — Nancy Prt-rlra. Alicia Prrrrtra DtPAHTt'Riaa-B ( B W I A L Pol Trimoad: Mr Otwald Fill. Mia Angrla liv. Ifdraa, Mi u.itw it Uoiiaalvra. Mra 11 ManUr. Mlaa Lola MantW. Ml Lorn CBMOsle. Mi Hilda Cunachu. Mk ithrl. Mr Alw %  ,„ |o. MlI ,. Hi LI *"' drrd aralry. MiJ t, ,hr| a*> % %  M S*. i upon n Mr Robrrt Rpoonor. Mr Mr Saimirl H..II011 A'lrrno. Mr Joarph Nrtaon. Mr Briralord Rif> the durable goods industries when %  gTcat denuind ha^ been f.-lt l r home furnishings and equipnten: Unemployment is declining bu. a rise Is expected in sumiuer. it may reach five million but tlie degree of seriousness in the probUin Mill be measured by Uinumbcr of persons who have be. looking for )obs for many months., drnr" will t.h-ro i "<• Highi now. officials said, the num-i on ^; !" n amma wad .,* o. ber of people in that group is n >r| dl|-rv Mal| al t ,„ „„ thc Mb Ma. great enough to cause widespread i IMO MAIL NOTICES Hail at f am Roaialn.r.1 M*i pat) Mail -I IW P IS30 I Tltntda-l h) <> % %  REAL ESTATE tindcnlamrd wUl onVr tor rajr t .omprtlllon at thrlr offlrr Jan In dji^own, on Friday thr lit at 1 p.m 1 acrr ) roodi s 3 r Und al MM well, nrar T.. i.t Church Thu land whlc public road baa a tnnn.iv >• %  Ihr bungalow rrcentl' ragf. by Mr. M. L. Hoi rLOfH PAG"-Opened and waahed ^ile. all marha taken out Apply Hunt* Co Lid over Hal* ORh l*.wtr Broad Blrorl Dt.l • rtNfMT PAINTS— Brondram llendrroon Incomparable Forrat Orrrn Sun Ptool KFVSTONP While and colour*. aporUl prltnrr.. dlMrmnrn Palnlr M St gin. Diitamprr tJ SJ sin. Thry aie Hero A BAKNI-N At Co Lid ruruii ..f ... .apply HUTCH IN SON II A SOIn. particular* and t ndlti.'i BANTDTLD. Solicitor-. jaSBjRl S-r.tt fjHix-riiY rrrMH3S. Kurbink ftirr iric-1 EVapo: Paper, l-tb S.TZ 'Si saw in. <;AIII>KN HOBH.lf Inch BomiUW ...l.brr Hoar Doublr Braided for ostra .tror*1h Pperlal Coah Prlcr of SO 9 t<-r so fort O W. HuUhlnot Ar Co. Ld Dial *3Zt 3 S SO—4n BL'NUALOW— A lubrlantlal Wall Bunir-i.iw. Vrruidah on Uiroa aldra. Draw i. %  Room con.binrd. 1 bodrooma. kitchendie. pantry, tollrl and BoUt Water and electric arMMa Prult and coconut tnrea on approximately on* aero of % %  mi Eniranc* In Marino aardrni Cap. % %  %  .. %  Hotel Royal. Apv-> to Ownor \u.nda>. Wcdnradara and Baturday* lor inaporUon, thaoaftar aaalad odor In anftfeftg >.• so—3n 4,VIII\MI\i NOTICES. ARCIHTKCT AND TOWN PLANNING COMMISSION It is hereby notified for general information that the opening version of the Architect and Town Planning Commission will be held at the Town Hall on Monday, the 15ih of May. 1950, al 10 o'clock in the forenoon. Persons desirous of giving evidence arc asked to forward their names and addresses together with any memoranda to— i THE SECRETARY. Architect and Town Planning Commission. Town Hall, not later than Saturday the 13tb of May, 1950 6.5.50 -Sn HOHSF TRUCK at Apply I'UHNITUHJt akrvoral Buroaua, uiu.ll T.a.i—. China caoineu, Morna Chain Klc. al B—oi-'i Praooa ba Ralph A Peord'a Auction Boo ma. Hatdwood Alley Opon dally %  a.m. to 11 noon 4 S SO-Sn --CASVIIJJE %  '. Navy Oardona Ch. Ch. Thtee bedroom buimaiuw ttandma on a,MI aq. feot land. Can bo arm at am lime by appoir.tn.tnt. Apply C A. Prirce raWM 33*0 or S7* a4*0—Tn PAtNTt T C I ^ital orTrr Polnta S3 45 por ffnllon Come %  them A BAHNE8 Co I -13n STOCK Cloar out of North Brlilth Yvreo and Tuhe. at mat Sire* M0 an I MM) 10 and 450 II. Only a frw avail.hie Port Royal Oaa-agr Ltd. Tr>ei>lw>ne 4504 1 S SO-Sn By public competlUon al our office. IT lliah St on Thurrday II May, at 1 p m Ihr dwclUmjnouM of two atoteya comprulna'puhllc rooma. two b< kitchen, both rt*. with ahop Handing on DM aq ft of Twerd.idr Road and llunta Road. City. Apply to Mr. E 11 Kiit.m. ihi on the preniiieFurther lached, CAT FORD Ol CO from CUTTLE WATER Pt'MP One Hi %  eeond-hand '-ij.ie" Wider Pump 80 fallom par hour Drawn by V. h.p. 110 volt, aln.le nhoir Motor. Apply: The Battmdoi Fmindry. lad White Park Rood. St klicharl 5 SO—in WANTED HELP QUALIFIED MFa-llANIC-ror Adding and Typcwnim Department. Bradahaw a, Co. 4 9 w—4a A OIRL For our Oftlca J W. Hawll Tailoring Emporium. Coleridge St opp< alto Ptre Btisade Station. Appl* w" H*ler and In perron. 4 a.ao -at OENEHAL SLHVANT -Mo-t alcop In Uood reirrmcro rcQUirrd. Apply Cit-i* i. rontabolla. 4 B BO—in AU THAT crrlaln meaauaae or rtorr nowo ai No 4S Roebuck Strrrl atand|g on S-TM H ol Und. The uildlna hai been rerenlly remodelled ud renovated Inspection on appllcaIon to the undrraljmod. Tlir proprn, will be art up foT aalr iv public competition al our ofDca. %  nvei strrel. BrMSwUnrn. on rrlday. :iii May i*so, al 1 p.m. YEARWQOD BOVCE Sollcitora so. -i ... At the office of the uiwlrratfnod < Friday nei llth inatant al 100 p.n by public eompeiltion. 1ST aharea IB Baibodoi Ice Company M ,. .. Shiw.ltil Ttadln. Co. Limited. ISO „ .. Central Fmindry Limit* YEARWOOD Si BOYCF. Solicit.. 1*1 IU M VWTITK* PUBUC LIBRARY TENDERS are invited to equip Hie ground floor of The Public Library with adequate fluorescent lighting. Detailed information as to exact requirements may be obtained from the Public Librarian. Tenders In scaled envelopes should be addressed to the Chairman. Board of Trustees, Public Library, and must reach lunt by BOOB Monday May 6. 1050. The Trustees do not bind themselves to airept the lowest or any tender. 264.50—2n Attention is drawn to the Control of Priics (Defence) (Amendment) Order, 1950, No. 17 which will be published in the Official Gazette of Thursday. 4th May, 1950. 2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling price of "Milk—Fresh" is as follows: — Man your Wntiaa Irom IhMf . .Una of Bacon %  ;ti. ".I Boron tin. Houaagr*. rmall Xauaooree, 11 Ol. .. Cocktail Sanaa**UB m. Macaroni and Chee>e .. lUma Prune* LoOO. HaOalna per lb CurranU par lb Tin. TomatOr* Tomato Julre Prult Salad SilART & SAMPSON LTD. I i RVIII ii a lim i HOI •-IIHI'S" NEAR THE CRAKE ii i-i\t nm AT II A M .... %  "-' Anuque Mahogany CelUtotte. %  .in. H Jaaga '." % % % % %  B %  i filled ait-l Wal .-tin.*lable. htlr) uletnlU. Tho Sell OAJU9KMIA W .11 aiirpt Car*., and Pae>ier lor 81 Vincent ,i*4 TrlnaUd SauIni Th Tho Sch KVUtDrNK will accept Cargo and P*aarngara tor Ti-ridad Sailing gal—SSI SUt Tho M V MOMIKA will aeropt Cargo and Pamenaer* for Domini... AtaidMa Montarrrat. .-.I -t Km. Dole • %  Sailing to be given The Sch I'NITCD PILOR1M S will accept Cargo and Paaaongeia lit St. Lucia SHI.M Frtdav Mh mat. • wi n ao—its oin Aaaar. ilae I <...!..... HIIMII.I t ..BM I• CaALAA-D UNI LIMIT UR| fine *K! rtve i about lOtk Mas~~ "IP DIaTPT" •-, r M ndaalil> May SUt M.l Mth, Sydawy. May ssth. B>t>Tth. arrtvlnaat Ttnu-.l about 4U> July. iwoOt i about Jul. HH. Thooo vreaela hare ample cpere for hilled, hard tram and] amoral eanao Ca rg o ajanyOaa an tnrough bU.i ol ledfaal wsBt tnouSUarnmi at Trinidad fetf BnUeh CRiaano. Borbodoa. Windward \ '-wword TaMakSB. For ftothor porKrulari jnpl. urMNBoo WTTKY a COMPAMV. LTD W A&COCb Steamship Co. V One. lackMlt Cabinet, f %  '"' %  miidel Toy Mill. M'thosanv and Sbooy ,, I ppod Tablea. II Mahogany Dining Chair*. Mahogany ride 11-..T.I M-.n FMrnituhe, Mahogany, and Iron double and .Ingle lled.teod*. •II hlnda ol mlm*1Iajieoua Bodreom Furniture. Medi M Mud |..l Si. III..J.... Mil ORLSAVB IIIVK I •a Are. K.O. B'Sao W M*> I Tin May lltb May 31 Ma II.( May 11th June MTOBK SIBVH7R aoHe An. H.t. B'doa Naaae al Ship "ALCOA PILGRIM • "ALTflA PENNANT" "ALCOA PATBIOT" NORTBBOI'RD Li "ALCOA POI AMIS' A RTCAMSSI" A XTEAMBR" Throe vraaola havo Ufl .i--ti.it>. i Apnl Mlh Mav inn May SSth May lit Ma, 11th May Mth Mav SSth Juno ISih For Montreal A St. Lawrence Hirer Purta For Montreal St Lawrence River m Fur SI John. Montreal and SI. Lawtence River Porn ac.-.i in modal Ion jp^ HARRISON LINE U OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM: Vessel "LORD GLADSTONE" SS "ADVISER" SS TEMPLE ARCH" From M.borough a Glasgow Liverpool 1 "iitlon 6th May 0th May Due lUiitl.iilul 241 h May 20th May HOMEWARD FOR THE UN1TFJ) KINGDOM: Vessel SS. "COMEDIAN For Liverpool For further particulars apply to Closes in Barbados 12th May ARTICLE RETAIL I'KKE (not more than) MILK—Fresh: — (1) Delivered by Dairy to Consumers' addrass (a) In properly stoppered milk bottles ,, 12c. per pint (b> In other containers 1 me. per pint (2) Sold at Dairy premises (a) In properly stoppered milk bottles .. HHc (b) In other containers lOHc (3) Delivered in bulk-churns or palls 10-Vic. „ Retailed by Itinerant vendors or shopkeepers 11V.C. ., 5.5 50—'2ii PRIZE mm i HAI w Ml.Ml %  ALU* art". DANCE M. M,' • i" Mi i i.id .:. s t t wiih the We.i indlea Ban .1 jUirislian Scienre \ KradiiignMim > j i i I J Visitors Are Welcome a isr Plt>K. IIOwlN A WINS .11. oed SlraeM 1 t.'ur 1 1 ;i.m.— 2 p-BL Tu.-day. Woiiicadoys, Frluaya. 10 a.m.— 12 o'clock Saturdays DA COSTA ft CO., LTD— Agent.. Sea .b It Nlltl HAASS Je reed, burrowed, I'lllSO.VXI. Tin: PUBLIC are hereby warnod iil-iinat siring cradll to my wife Mr* 1 .HI A PAJUUS (nao Ortmoai aa 1 do not hold niyarlf rooponalble for her or ..n^-one ilae controctlnS any debt 01 debti In my name unkofl by a written %  •liter algrved by mo. %  *n CONIIAU PARJILS. Brtna Hill. fnrtablo Bodrooni wlUi runnins w-trr SlluaWd on Worthing Coaat Good Sea r-iihinu. N W. Hart. Boa Plrtd. Piol K --i HSO—Sn NOTICE Any panon or perooni who may ba con.Merlng the purchar* of • parrel of Uaxl at Bkeno-a HlU. SS. Ororgo. belonging to Mr*. Ivy BdJUt Aahby. Mra. Rrlino lone Glttona and oUiara are neraby wamrd that there U an Agroen-nt to -II 4 Aeroa of UUa land to aa the under^isnad and aro adrlaed to BBO our Solicitorr. Maaarr Carrtngton Soaly who will give full '"*" % %  %  •">" MISCELLANEOUS II ,r\..J.> BBSM %  uaad. Other B.W.I. inted. Apply Box A. S SO—Sn A Thanksgiving SmiiT available S PENELCV 111* S'..i-.|i importer. tM. OUWfB-ll "ct Rrt B-mineWSl BSSIS. I •'" Will bi lAtlXit. 1.1 in N by v:si v COBfaTI I MM. O U O Odd FrllO* Lodge Room. Day Street. 01 R-jnday 14ih May l* at S p m I Mrmben ol Kindred Lodges 1 nd I Friend! aro Uvvlied. High Blood Pressure Kills Men & Women High Ulc*>d Prearure. which UatoOl i large ol Life and %  MM nl may h-*rl trouble and later on of-par l it it atroBea Com( it.^h "lood PB. *.-. Iradatheo at ; .1..: 1 -'.-1 ii'.l aliova •>-'. 1.1 .11. iin.... Bhort br*a(h, pama in heart, palpitation, ;>aaof memory anO -neigy. led. (ear and worry U you auffor any of theeo aymotoou. da* 1 irnonta olS NOTICE %  (U like i tun ahall dc< NOTICE Will the Lady h" bo.ij plan's and -u t. > 3S aaadJi n.nge pieaie c.ll 111 collect it a* un a* pooubie FRANK BAKER i .11.-1. I R. On 1 In-ilcn iml.it for Crkk •'<' are nhvnys on (lie uleri It* 'I III. IIC.MIIAI. ( I.NTK.M. nil Miu\ %  :>II>MIII >i I.TII.— I'roprirlnr.. NATURAL SFSIfaSSg oaaU GAS •ereier a eleaa la.l 1. astaSSi WHY? e,c\^x PAINTING I FOR J V CHILDREN J ^•b^, aas-fy THE ADVOCATE MAIKIMIII JUST WILLIAM'S M.MilC I'AIVIIM. HOOKS AIM I < 1 mi 1 HOOKS PAINTINti c TKACIN BfcOBVabM with the YM.C.A. "BACKGROUND TO TITO" A Lwlurc by B. H. EASTER at B 15 1 on MONDAY. MAY 1, 1>90 lit Ihp Y M C A ADMISSION _____________ C.M.C., C.B.E. t> AUSTIN CHOOSE CASTRO! WE AE OFFERINO . HILLS BADMINTON TAKE SOTlCg that 1 the Owner •.itornry. Receiver of tho above Plan t200 ondrr the prov-lona of tlto abo*n vet agalnat Iho —id Plantation, in io iA.ntviltural year ISSS V •owed undo io money ha* been Agricultural Aid* lie Ait 'a* tho eaar may i ie-port nl auch yror i Hh day of Hay IS F.nwAHns art of %  ed fh~ danger. Maatao tformerly hnown aa llynoti. a new r-.l.i. -• High mood %  h ih.nrat doae. taBeO a lieavy 1.-J -ff Hih.art. and nakei you leel yea'a younger Io a f-w day*. flei No-co Irom yur ckooi-l today. It I* auaranteod to make you loot St and atrong or money back. 3 Leaving Srkwl Nrxt Ttra? HA\T: i ; you ronnderrd Journaltrm The IWoadoa Advocate la loohIn for a brUhl young man to train a. Sub-Idltor Apply now In writing riving full detail* to trvo Editor I Advocate M Broad Street ^o SMOKING MIXTURE AT REDUCED PRICE C. CARLTON BROWNE S Uholrsalr *V Retail DruggUt f 1J6. Roebork SI. Dial 2*13 ft V->*e*a^iQ<^e>Or><,*>f> r -&rer>rxo LONGER LIFE B MORE POWER 1 LOWER RUNNING COSTS WITH BEDFORD 4 0>l>li:it4 I\I VEHICLES J^ 54 tr#H 9m ihi'in Emmrfftmhmrm, IIOIII m •I'liim I.Tll. 5 01 IlllSi t.Alttl.l TO BREAK L.S.A. STOCK RECORDS J J CAR Caalrol la s!o.kod by tha dtsmbuiora ot Auaiin Con THE MASTERPIECE IN OILS IV* GOT BETTER IT** GETTING POPULAR IT'* CROWN GINGER ALE



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into. Barbados MwcaU NATURAL GAS SUPPLY MAY GO WEST /7VDZES SELECT TEAM VS WORCESTER Williams, Marshall Out WORCKSTCK. M:.v a TW WEST 1ND1KS team lor Iheir gutC* %  tfalnftt Weir -s tershire tomorrow will be A. F. Rae. J. R. Stotfal ayew F. M. Worrell. R, Weekes. C. L. Walenu. K Trwett il. O. Gome*, J. D. Goddard, P. I Jones. II H. MuaaN unH S Rainudhin. Christiani. twelfth man. Having loo-enod up and neconv eccUmemed in WCftthn in n -ene practice ?ames. the Wot Indfc. louring ncketcrs Open T>wir official (our on the county ground at V. %  : %  %  They have folhnv. i II pattern ni uic\ i i who have lli'ldfil iheti eleven in the openlnj ... IN Moreover, the We,;t Indl-'s selectors have an additional reason lor choosing the best learn. No West Indie* side hax won -it Worcester, both the 1933 and 1939 sides losing there In close finish**. Fxcellenl Chnnrc The West Indie? Louring team have an excellent chance ol winning their first test match ever in Englnnd during the commit series, declared Manama J>n Kidney in an exclusive mtervie v with I h Caribbean Pre* Association. Speaking on thr eve of (he touring tram'* opening tint class nun li agalnil Worcestershire. Mr. Rldne> aald he UioKght Ihe prevent teaan wan even belter tli. 11 thoae ulnili vlsllrd Fnc land in 1913 and IMt He had impressed upon 'he player* thai they must now think of nothing else but cilcket. f) On PanX PICKETING CONTINUES IN ANTIGUA 'Iran. OS* <>- l.itf ANTICUA. May 5 The dock strike having lifted. red flags disappeared from the vicinity of Brywm's but one lonely picket still stands in front of Barnes' workshop, the proprietor having dismissed a man weeks ago for leaving his machine Idle and for insubordination. Two pickets were posted outride the gates of the Mill Reef Club 13 miles from the city. Visitors to Mill Reef yesterday arrived at the gates to find placards face downwards, and bearers fast asleep. To-day pickets have anchored their flag staffs while they relax In the breeze under trees. // Turners Hall Well Shuts :*0,000 Tons D.D.T. For Aiiti-Malaria Campaign UUB, May 8 For the next two years, evei home in British Honduras will be %  prayed twice yearly with DDT in an effort to eradicate Malaria. the Medical Department announces. Dr. Patrick Owens, sanitary engineer attached to the U.NI.CE.r and Bernado Avlla. sanl tary inspector, arrived in th' colony with 30.000 tons of DDT which Is part of the UNI C K.T gift of •22,000 (US.) in equipment and materials to the colony, and accompanied by tinSenior Medical Officer Dr Younglao, toured various districts laying the groundwork of the anti-malarial campaign. emoveBin On Belize Meetings i Advocate CORMpondent t BELIZE, May 3. The Government to-day after six week* decided to permil the People's Committee to hold a meeting in the Public Square on condition that the Committee .submit to the Government the names of the proposed speakers and the subjects for discussion. The meeting is limited until 8 to 10 p.m. with no band or other form of musical assistance in attendance. Last weak the Government banned a General Workers' Union Annual Conlarcnce meeting planned for Battlelleld Square. During the past two weeks heavy press and public opinion urged the Government to repeal the Emergency Act declared on February 13 during the anti-devaluation crisis on the ground that there has been no unrest since mid-March. ~~Tt FIRM NOTE LONDON, May 5 British Government funds and leading industrialists claimed most of the business In the London Stock Exchange to-day. Fair demand for most issues was encountered and prices noted on a vary firm note. MK A. J. u \M in I i r.M.r. Wakefield Goes To Haiti 'Advocate CoreeipooOfia %  KINGSTON En route to Haiti to take up an appointment M United NotionRepresentative for Technical Assistance, Mr A J Wakeneld, CMC. former Agricultural Adviser to ihe Comptrolirr I l Development and Welfare in 'he %  i.iif, arrived In Jamaica on Monday from I—-ike Success. New York. Mr. Wakefield. who first came to the West Indies in 1910, leaves the Island on Kml.ij l" t iki' it I his appointment in Haiti on Saturday. Hi. pro oni fob I illowi h,< BamlaaaJ tram a i seas Food Corpo.au i (ollowtl ~ failure .'f I ifi Scheme FINNS HAVE COST OF LIVING TROUBLES HELSINKI. May ft. Labour and employer representatives met here thu mon.inK to try to hammer out a new wages agreement and prevent a general strike next Mbnday. They will try to peg wages to ihe cost ol living index so that they rise only when the index rises. ——• A representative of the Agrarian Government, which brought thr • parties together, was present this Meeting between the ides Unions Federal i< -u and ti; Employer* Fi-deration Striking engine drivers, conscripted for service, refused to their engines FRUIT SELLERS a new bus shelter opposite the SIAM GETS NEW KING Crowns Self BANGKuK. lit] i. Slum's 23-year-olu sovereign Phumlphon AduUUt, dressed in liea\ v rubes of gold brocade, today placed a gold jewel i himself "Lord of ihe I brilliance and powei He crowncn hlmooll hofliM no one may touch the Klnj tha aDCMCtt coronation i lb 100 privileged people sparkling ceremor,. a) Pagoda In the Royal Palace, but noisy rejoicing revet be ratetl thii uajhoui I'M' city One hundred and one gun" boomed out a Royal Salute from the Palace praclocta, trumpet fanfares blared. BtOWdl roared cheers, and 30 Siumcse Ah Force planes flashed overhead ttl formation Before acceptm* iiW crown. proffered b> Ihe High Prlrat of the Royal Household IIHKins had lakrn a mrmonhl l>*it in waters gathered from thr "I* sfataV •( hi* Klnxuam. While be bathed, ancient druaal conches ana trumpets sounded, end aitillery salute* i against a background ol BlanaaM music. With the King*) torgoaj ascent to the Throne Thailand's 10.ou0.000 people began ..imthci four-day public holiday while still (elebrating Ihe King's mill IgfW on April 28 to lT-ye.,,-ohi Princeae Sbikil Kittv..k..n. The street' of the anpltau aTC •leeorated with floral arches and bunting and public btl' lingwen* lung with coloured .ght'luday Following thf pur.,l have Rail been slow t Air France has organised a trip tr. South America lo ce l ebrate th* hist commer ci al flight aeroaa the South Atlantic, which was made 2*i years ago on May 12 1 Jean Merino? and Jean Dabry. Tlumother ol otka of tlie fliers. MIIIIIO/. will tie taken along the vame i outc which her son look 20 year! ago when hi flew from Si. LouK Senegal, t-i Nidal. Brazil. Ceremonies in her honour have already been arranged ut Itio de Janeiro. Buenos Aires and Monte Video. During these ceremonies a lilm will be shown celebrating the exploits of Mermox and other pilot* The party will arrive at Itio Oil May S. It will leave Sao Paul' for Burno* Aire* on Miv 13 Reuter Prune Minloter Nrhru later .Miiou.-.i-d that his nru ( ablnel woalg inelade all Is m%  ef the oat-gulng Cabinet and two newromen—ll K Mahatah Chief Minister of ih. Protlnci nf Orlahaa. and K M. Munich! formerly gtanUMys Home Mhv *ter. m Oo inenl IIOIIM* outlined that the 2 Unless su %  II. v. U made latei in • kMa i i he BUI now botn %  %  d Inter II detail u hen ihe Mouaa >'< %  I o na tde i Ihe appropr t ati Hie] %  an !; %  iki ul but ihej cemwH m %  i Havre Earlier in m BBJ %  dah RWndnients Ui eui the funds by 'mo dollar and 500 milIon dollar' had both | jacted Voting araaCl la 11 During thi debate flenelOl I Leader In the BeruMa that if srai eaune Brltai one i <'ii Irj In Bui no* on nhh %  the United si.de. could Rept]" .1:1 h) Pep ll>1 fgP Serial*" I III ., Ul %  %  I Tttlctaaal Britain and her Soelaual 'PHE NATURAL GAS WELL a.t Tu.n n Hhi. which supplies approximately 30^000,000 cubi. feet of gas per annum, may elosa Jth'iDv "Advocate" was reliably informed yeaitcrtiiy. Tinreaann i;i\tii for thr |n %  -.' sin | tha W#il i> the Petroleum Art. I'"i. proclaimed on April 2ii and iliPi ir n lislicd in ilir Official Oaxette of \ pr il 27. The "Aglvocn Urge \ id For Argentina U. I .1 Btatt i A ta An i .. States could lude Ai %  Milh %  that the United and must not cxfnno the lnterAmerh a phi re Mr Miller made the ;.iieinem M i pondenee. 1 made imbllc by the Slat. D< srttfa Mr i i man of th< i p u Alfatra -I'III it'.t%  %  th) t'oiitfien of Industrial Oritanisati.uis. powerful united st.>t,, trada union frauD In hi. I M f%k. op%  :. a hv the %  Argentine Unofficial reporh reeeauy said the ales, through tw I I A war* eontrni|i|atlrig IISMM ihe Pernn Oo nl What HappviuHl To iy 2 Million German Prisoners'/ l2Burii<*dTol>ratli As Bus Explodes IUO M JANKIHO T*eivo p---ipic were I death when a :us exploded and caughl fire while >t..lli %  i in he„. .rtually iwralysed Sovifl Virt'-Prt'inHT Arrivi8 In Pragur I'ltACUE. May 5 l Hulicanln. Soviet Vice Premier, arrived In Prague by air from Moscow today at the head of a large Soviet delegation which will attend Sunday's liberation anniversary iti Prague. I>eput> Foreign Minister Zorin and Su-tary of the centiai Ceen* the Russian Communist Party, were among the delegates who arrived. Prague's radio laid —Reuter •II traffic n tight The ext>lo* •i %  drlvei a motor back 1 i" i Itio last ion occurred while .is trjing to put the i motion. An described tragli liUNN, May fi. West German Chancellor. Dr Konrad Adenauer, todaj appeaged to the Soviet QoeeWIIIIMIHl lo glv • full details of what happened to the tvJgsjDsj one and half million (lerman prisoners-of war In Kusslan hand* Iji Adenauer was ans'Vir.ng a statement by Tass", the Soviet laIRCSl News Agency, that there were no world reasons for pi Soviet Russia Kussia Flouts Obligations S4VS US WASIIIM.l'I.N M Tin.United Btati noie to Moscow lo-da) charged Itussia with nouUm its interne* tional oblli in i i alln| with the itaitn plane Incldenl Tha feauj Departmanl declared in the note that Itiisaia hud put forward an ''arroneoua account" of the %  hOOting down of the in plane on April S Tin ii laid -The Governnient ol i %  ni Statea must warn Ihe Gnvernrnanl "1 'in* Union o( ll .• Hovlet Bo> publli of the seriousness with which It rennid' Ihe ntUtuda 01 InQnverm etll of the Union of In Su-: -.) tuliht Kepuhllc In mailers of such grave ronse HUTU %  Rejecting U: the second ti the Soviet claim that the mining American i lane violated Soviet occuplvtl Latvia, the note declared that the American Government was forced lo conclude that Itussia "has not only failed to meet hut has no Intention nf meeiuiK •Ii. aMlgataOM whn h inlernalionil law and eiai tii e nii|H>e on .t in f .HI .11 %  nf natldns I It is eleai thai Ihe. disiegard frit law, custom and the oplnh n of -nankind constitute-, a furthei ob•ta<'le to Ihie-ttuhlpchment of harmonious relahom %  moni the no'loiis and cannot lie reconciled Wdh the Soviet (lovernmenl's proUkMattoni "f it' devotion to the cans" of p.'ace. The note a ..dellwed In Moscow by Andi.issador Kirk and was made public here hv the State Department —c Neuter. > %  loan 'can be to hale Peron and the Pen %  nmlc difTlciiltles i itrenfthei Ih* p ruin B i|> I|XHI ii r Argamllne onq ne.-t ra Mi Ml %  %  iron MM ti.it ihe ilat* T>< parunanl a -is aivu.x verv i ented h u more %  i II It* Oovernmei I | United Stateami Argeni long been -trained" Mi Milh i ll. that onVi.d dlffliffi %  i relations o two) nilUei In between i euntrle stands ai n-rr is going on hetwi kit I n.oo Oil I t.nndthrBarhnd.' iment tnclarh., t!>i n> nmltinn with reejiuo lo (he oiH'mtJun of (he well under ihv terms of th** ISSO Act. The foil text of th* Art o, ; iiMis'ied on n.::.5. lUtliuns Return Hointi From The Argentine %  r L>IIi.II|| IlllllllUhlt. May S fftcJal itatagMBl looa) evaluation a( the 'cso is causing himIreda %  •! Italian i i.-turn 1 Ih. Italian • cok |Uoled g?t, In| at Genoa as aayinK li-it ihes id %  .,, leave Al .HI .. ni-i ii-. i mada Id* ni' ial r*on utn i nu %  tatarnenl ih crlbing these accounts as unfounded, said that "the i i are) at %  I in It add mjll all M nop itaJ ,'ll!l iHctil-i Want Wurnin^ Of .M-ki.iil I'urlirs J*. ei %  Ih . ra deonuakh their werh contraeti and 'oun. 1 of itajuuj on. Most at Ihe were Italians who the war and rare returning ;>' viall Item akniK advantage of special luw niRruter. SIM A : %  by Si.i.i.i %  torelgi m nere the v had uncovared %  ptol %  H i II.' ui Ihre ,n i..i.i. %  i i .'. %  i brelgn communlUee (artueh numher eboui ;t.0OUi In II.', %  IH honti I. (me hotdltl I part* 1 1 i bara The aim o' Ihe plol. ;in as lo spr^,i %  general FeeUi idlce retard the si.inii nunenl retgjn [lowers IH how '' in i of Ial guiiu'i I ings would ensure that the polio '. %  i. igrdi —heater i Took Away Mace: SusjM>nded KINGSTON, -la.,' May 0 ..i.. j UM i tl i spa ikei niioK as Cl in ine i onrmlUee on the bill lo iiai.i, peeial < on labulgj %  t it • %  tu .i-:.. t in tin' in in i r. U it Evana %  I'NI'. ..it tin' molion nf Bu Uu ii '..i .i month Kvani th i tool II -nit of th'" %  doppmit ih' in %  i I i %  iroughl b ., in HOU i ' llauntiiin PJia i %  .1 i —C.P. *22?2$?2$2***Z2**^2$t?#Z Civil Servants Get Pay Rise HELSINKI. May .ing the Go grant CIvU Ser In a long inceUng the Govern TT.snt decided to they (lrst left the work piece wNh| V | ttulad )lV lui | Iunour Slr c ^'. a,— 1 r\MI f Ila I ..Kn.iH arUcIes. Officials from the Labour Department conferred lodni arith representatives of thCUhgffi Association and Companv omciala. and instructions are furv>arded to the Bauxite mines advising \ irk--ume work on Sstuut y Meanwhile the complaint* ire being Investlgatcl. and up to law this evening no word has been received from the Bauxite mine* as to the decIsTon of the workers Thirty thousand lorn:s. mobilscene* with pasaengerj. In I ;*ed to replace the trains, enabled 1 of the car trapped nv others wh< i trickle of export to reach the bMiucteo the onh U In front %  'locks. I With clotlu-s mi Bra the) made Parliament discussed a bill i ,-vcral efforts to get on through t.vlng the drivers and other state |h i .. |de v employeea €0'-, of their salaries —Reuter is pensions. The drivers want 86%. Premier Urho Kcykonen snid he %  i • I^II %  — would ask Parliament for a vote 1 hXllltlSIOII Kills I.: I • onfldeni e b il nol today o0 In lln-|)il;il CATANIA. Sicily. May 5. nrernen dug inui mo rubble here today looking for victims of an arms d uloslon which killed 1ft people ve-terday What were I.. be lunb have %  sreatry i>een re. ivrred MirUlatad bodtei < I sneep and pilev of o<' Itreera for more 'han a mile over 0 ton* of ar-time bombs tore VI 0.000 More I or Contractors n CASTRIES. May Arbitration Ti ment Malone. Chief .tu;-. Windwards and Li I awarded £10.000 over and alwv.*"^P contract price in favour of Messrs for repair .-Vieux; .< thev were being defused. Thr lion Garnet GoMon ami Filly peupUMB <; \i A Mathurtn repreeettted hospital, among them nee Harriman. while th^ Hnn Keith who were Injured whet 1 the hlast Alleyne. Crown Attorney, appeal ed for the Government —'heater ) van Is salary rSMOOODOO marks; about what they asked. At the same tune the Government brought together :ne Trades Unions Federal i > hammer out a scheme pefgini wngei to the cost ivmv. index again Delegau^ i-ofused to confirm the agreetnent t said they were opUmtatlc thousand wai criminal' an k — Rrater I Inuri < ul l.ii-hlFtW HigliHuv ItIO DB .IANEIHO. Mny I, Hi,, daj J i.-no "ill I.I ssi-sa the tn'.i -if highway in Ihe with fluoreseeni lighting to be u-ft m mttm Brtueh Thomeen He-atton .part from a fe* Company Inetgal the laai of W Its here Approve Trade Agreement llONN. Mav 5 The West German Cabinet today approved the commercial agreement with Pakistan which was initially signed in Frankfurt in Mrch The %  gjrngmeM will now go to I arliamcnt tbl i.i'illeation Covernmenl spokesman said the agreement was begad most favoured nation pnncipli and for the protection of Germa trade mark., and paten'. r Gi'iman shipping Germans eg(K^ted to recelvi fi-om Pakistan, wheat, raw cotla and )utfv and would send not steel, machinery, tinplate an motors. < ll II I IT i 14 lampa In suburban Avenlda llrasi which has been the scene of I many seriou* traffic disui'rr* duriinpg Fan -• %  %  11" .. %  %  -ntiai t in open I ninpetdion r|tl v.niou iilhi-i tender*, and d i•xpoeted thai Ihe llr-t * lampi will be In.tailed wilhn with the lotal (oniract •v ihe end ol 'he 'cat Rrutri TRYGVE LIE HAS "NO SPECIAL HOPES' 9 THF HAGUE. May a U Trj gvt i... i idiad Nation. ReeretaryGeneral, said here today he had not had any conUct with the Soviet Government about hi* proposed trip to Moscow Speaking at a Press Cot he said he had no definite plan* to go direct from Geneva to Moscow — his trip would depend M Hties. "The sole nurpoM 'if IMg trip, M. Lie said, ii to gr, the United Nations machinerv In order no special hopes In any special direction. But It I* not the last Its there WONDER DRUG '.ONIXlN. May -iipany has dei %  XHKII-I drut A %  rtuah i .pen a new ib i thai .ih Co lervaUvf Member, Frederick F.rrolt announr-n In fr"> }{<.u> %  "ommons loda. He told rcport'i nfterw.rdthat detailof the .... ..... Ivithln seven day Results so fag achieved |irove a eompletel new approach to virus disease*.' Brroll aid —Renter md _ I2\E5 Jtefyeywkw hope, as It is always danxerou to say anything is the last" Asked about speculation in thi United States thai hi* visit wl Specially tie,, u, the Foieign Ministers inaetUUJ Ii London next week. Mr Lie replied "There ino connection and no elghifWancc In the coin fates: this trip was planited a lomt tune ago—a long time befori Ilk Foreiidi Minl*ter* meeting was mentioned. "I bava no connection with thu' Meeting and tnti vi-.it i* not (( art of a special plan — except my own effort tP do what I thm* —Reuter HifliniHM TrMtoe PRAGUE, Hay -^ The /e-iio-lovak Government io-day announ(Cd I' baa dismissed from ofner the Chairman of the SI-\ak B..iiii of Trustee*. Dr i.astav Husak. and also the Truce of Education !.rro Novemesky Ih llgsak. who hail been f'hair%  nonai Govevnmenl aim I N h (''iinmunirt coup In IMK. was relieved last month of 'he post of head of the I State Ofhee for ecclesiastical affairs An official ntatement said to-day h .t OB the advue of Ihe Central Action Committee of Ihe Sfeva* Manorial ni HI %  iKarel Barke1 | — (Renl-r i 3d. j botii delicious and refreshing Bollled Under Authority 0/ THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BV BARBADOS BOTTLING CO.. LTD. I t-len to the I IH \ COLA NEWS over Radio IHMrthulinn rv.i. einiiiif Mond.it rhrouih Saturday from H—g.|5 am.



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, MAY . 1M Qahib Catling Smaller Women Children's Safety Week Rupert and the Dragon Pills—32 L ADY Huggirt., wife of Jamaica's Governor will team Jamaica on Monday on an official visit to Turks Mand* a dependency of Jamaica. Tht popular Governor'? wife who hat travelled extensively in the West Indies and the United State-. will make the Journey by air. Mopping two days In Cuidaci Trujillo, Santo Domingo, as thi guest of the Brituh Minister. For Sugar Talks H ON. H A. CuJte. O.B.S., M.L.C., will be Icoving Bar bados on May Bth for Lonoon to attend the fortheumuijt SUB*: Talks between the B.W.I Suga* Delegation and the Ministry ol Food, ll is understood thai Mr G. H. Adams MCI*, ami another delegate will be leaving on May I lib. On Six Months' Leave pKOrL£>bOH and Mrs. C. O. The Ministry of Transport in whose \oice has been known to (Treat Britain recently held a Chillisteners in Britain and overseas uren'f. Safety Week. It was infor rweoty-flva yean In a scone MEXICO CITY tended to bring home to all cilirepresenting Piccadilly Circus with Mexican women are becoming W ns the necessity for greater care its traffic halted stood Brian John%  linlter every yew accordirfg to on the roads In order to reduce aton, resident interviewer of "In latest statistics from the Interior the high number of children who Town Tonight", tht broadcast Ministry are killed on Britain'! highways programme pr*. Tared by the aneach year. The culmination of tho nouncement "And now we stop The report blames the -exec-.weeK ; activities was a Cavalcade the roar of London's traffic to taken to attain the ^ safety held in London's Albert taring to you some of the InterestTo Visit Her Father M RS. KATE GARJvOD. wife of Mr W H E. Garrod. Chief Engineer of the Water Works Department will be leaving or. Thursday by the "Golnto r for England to visit her father who is IhU SSl^I^STw^Jin 1 !!^ wtnr! c '•"> fllp """ %  %  ""ft: HalT~r'paieanr JTwhich "many ingpeoplVwhc.are 'In Town To AiSneothw StaSitaeeaan? ** !" ** bv Hollywood stan.Ure* EBC personalities took part The Bight'." Then.he interviewed a siting other parts of the coun,, wM thTOrlatd ^t-seif-inmeSyd Sm5 w ai John Snagge. Head policeman, a soldier, and a schoolThe narmri'i have how. IT. Rar privations prevent the humi.i 0 B BC Programme Operations, girl who use the roads each day .is graMMas B r gS-SsSaWfBack To Edward try. The Ministry warned that If the W HETHER the modem male trend continues, there will be no likes It or not. men's dress similarity between the woman of U going back about half a century the past century and those of the Britain's "Tailor and Cutter," felure. the influential trade magazine Boasley and their two mi lighters. Valaras and Jenruici -re leaving on Thursday by the 'Goiflto" for rjigiano I'lufea&or Bcasley who raic Adviser to the u-oiler of Development and Wntcrday afU* fnr^ K nat W&u. u. 13 L a . arded its Dandy Trophy 66-year-old mid-town tailor John KINK Wilson. Wilson's recipe for the weMdressed man today Is a singlebreasted, three-buttoned lounge suit, cut with the Edwardian haded from tho Look." It sports a centre back by the main buildvent in the Jacket, cuffed sleeves. ._eal spot for the tea slanting pockets and an outside txmuiparty which was given by Madame ticket pock.t. The 'drsin-pipe' CompHromovii ami her Committee ye*trousers are cut without cuffs and lull littrn to IWH •OftM* qOi* hxtFDial • •-. 0**old Feets He •SaM he. tht tliqMrtr eHeel ME A Lovely Afternoon T HE lawn of the St Michael'* Girl*' School, ; fsarn ing. fare has been in Barbados Juno 111*6 and is on six months' icave. if Off To Montreal On Sunday M R. and Mrs. Peter Patterson will bo leaving; hero on Sun day morning by HWI.A. to spend about six weeks in Montreal. They are going via Puerto Rico New York. Mr. Patterson therefore will an d the many dainty __. rot bo here for tho lorth.anung Madame Bromova and Miss TTurmuiUt* Tennis Tournamenl R. dclllfr met the guests as they aBUBK Savannah et al Clubs of aJ rived .mil Intel limited with itarbados which conunenoss on several of them on the lawn. *V morn •suds so sMs* lb 1*1 lu tbr ittajtantr ui iaa Deopw i i MI mleutna Three In One PARIS Orson Welles is about to attempt theatrical "tripie-play"—aimul. Ho* • n*f as— urn U>* aoatrarr. IB) iniiTtn •tAMuiina anMii DOVII v>an> eiapaag atnow. IS) 1. IV..'. (S) f Wlan to Mlisn— UiKU -* Haaruass*. (| 4* rermll IS I J %  AHtenina u cut lo ptseei BMV .cciunt (or maor tears. (SI ; % %  Container ou k abi* to oui lo wide reputation as the radio policeman "PC. ". was also there to take part In the show, and Wilfred Pickles, king of the BBC quli programme "Have a Go'" conducted a short quiz. Thi* time his slogan was not "Have a G'"' but "Have a Care!" It was an interesting and Instructive pageant for. apart from the many BBC and other celebrities who were present, and displays given by many organisations, called "Stepping Stones to Safety", it also told the story of the roads of Britain from the time of: the Roman occupation. John Snagge recalled the circumstances which first brought the rule of the road to Britain in 1722 There was so much disorderly driving of carts, coaches and other carriage.* over London Rridge that the Court of 'he Lord Mayor made an order for all traffic crossing the Bridge into London to keep to the West side, and all traffic gain* out of the City to keep to the East side And so Britain's traffic laws began. The pageant ended in the present day with its Road Traffic Al thK>und ol the gong a iilhf r tcsntd inndni runs up tomi Wpi • nd ihe Mandjrm sptalu brnfly in Chines*. Th man ihsn Icichtt smog* curved trumpet ino. mounting %  pedestal, he bkmi a one unearthly ound. At the '.-hoei die i**y he detcendt sad tuni a* (* SI hi* teet will carry h.ra. "Good gr.oou.1 What, come over him? i*ki Rupen. '* You will soon see." murmur* the Mindirm. "That •* the call ol the young drigont. None who heir* ii can re*it. They nwr obey." ALL JUftT* KtUKVtU Acts of 1M0 and 1944 and their meg-grater, ^bottle opener, egg many measures designed to keep beater, icrubbini brush potato the roods as safe as possibleThera Cover the box and bring it into is still much more to be done and the room where the "* art It was In the hope of training and seated. Now turn out the iigrx.j* guarding voung road users that and pass the box around. Each the Ministry of Transport staged guest lifts the lid and thrusts an this Children's Safety Week. exploratory hand inside. UUWD i. .>. .-ii u> -ui. oaa *a as* a great rowi on ina 4. for tn* v. plum n[>proDrtats. (Si 3 wnai oowterm rauat crtcael tSi -cit.,',1 nvermoii is oltni lore nor leaa man %  pity ivi irt ol collar PuneD'* dos •" SS^MtS^ 2. ^o! S5 ^.-.^'J^S-.^J* 2Z!T? !" > l.l.nd, -SS he 'will l.kc CkOtt •> pl.yTlht. producer u nd ado West Indies games in England. Also leaving on the Miss Daphne Ward. InnK Madame Bromova and her husband a happy holiday in England, and thut one day they may return lo Barbados. On a Short Visit C OL. R. T. MICHEL1N. Commissioner of Police, who left j"! a few days ago for Trinidad on a M at the Drill Hall last night h "" * l due to relum " %  Hon. and Mrs. D. P. Debidm. Mo ft d y --,, .,... That Trinidad Sprinter M C DONALD B A I L E V, :..c Trinidad sprinter A Great Success OEEN enjoying themselves among of a parish. According to reports receive Nying bauctr l rr e. Welles plans to return to W llx.rtr.VSJt tno ea attb Paris from Italy at the end of ruugh and big waves roll April to make final arrangements ia oil uie liasiuiga KocJu abou^ for the play, title and theme of the gay crowd at the First Annual Hair Style Show Dam were who arrived here recently from British Guiana on their honeymoon. Hon. Dcbidin represents Eastern Demcrara in the B.G. Legislative Council The show which was In aid of the Christ Church Baby Welfare League and the babies in St. John was a-great \ ui i .,!,;-. a. which are still secret. UatriCt armed with lour aiiu ,,.,,, surf boards 'about' < bju ited Great Britain In the 1948 Olympic Games 100 metres final, will compete with other famous Olympic athletes tn the biggeslIBtsfS the coral reef. ll is tunning sport and taxes great r. 11. lo rule incse waves, wiucli •ua7< from si* tee* ana mote m to repreiiciani, \ucceaalully. It Is reported, however, that It will be played In Engllh with an all-American cast. an riiii* •( n rkxned for %  nnt-.1l •• over Uera ISi 0 would not ci* man are slaying nt CaeralMink Commons, the first there sin election. Bank Antigua. BY THE WAY N OW that a nvmse named Ceraldme "with a small contralto voice" has broadcast on the American radio, we shall not have lo .wait long for pictures ol %  Geruldlne arriving at Northolt", with one hand on her hip. and a saucy little spring hat tipped over one eye. Then we shall read. "Geraldine was driven In a luxurious closed trap to the Wes.1 End hotel where ohe has a suite behind the wainscote. She was too tired to talk to reporters. Her MMU'I.IV. cOVtred with cheese, said, 'Geraldine has Just had a light with u London mouse, whp got in unobserved by the Management Don't confuse all that s-iucnking with her singing voice."'' Cenl/v?i>m/s W HILE the Trio were performing in the foyer ol the the radio In one of the lounges played a particularly loud bit of music This upset the rhythm of the Persians. Auburn shifted the plank on his belly, up bobbed Kazbulah into the air, and Rixamughan fell off his end of the aeosaw. In tho ensuing scuffle, one end of the plank banged through a glass door. Guests screamed. Someone shouted, "It's a stick-up'" The other end of the plank, out of control, knocked two card-sharpers off their feet. Kasbulah landed in the lap of u huge dowejar, and slipped off on to her dog. which bit a houseiletectlve in the calf. A manager. bastealh| to lbs sOnst, fell over ICiuumighan. Oth*rv,t>r. .v.ivthlng was all right A Flying Hr*tikfn*t M I T IS now reported from Mexico that Ihe men 23 inches UgD who landed from the flying *auccr •ten not. as was llrst thought, natives of the planet Venus, but Brazilian clvcv The suurrr turned DUt to be %  stalkless mushroom. The twenty-eight-footers who stepped out of a flying dish in Madagascar arc thought to be By Beachcomber abominable snow-men. Meanwhile a whole breakfast set led by a crowded teapot, was seen near Tashkent. Observers said that tiny gipsies waved from the teapot They were milking cows the size of ants. The soup-tureen which crashed at Meknes was full ol tomato soup Twenty Imrs of Iproar C OMPLAINING that tht orchestra drowned the voice of a singer, a music critic might hovo emphasised the unfair advantage of superior niacstros At Salzburg once a few players grew so sick of Hustigiuzl's baw" that they clubbed touethei drown her voice. A flautist t>neaked to the conductor, sod lh plot failed. The next night the man with the cymbals got down on all fours, crept close lo it Singer, and clashed with all his might repeatedly. That did Ihe trick But. aesthetically speaking. it was nearly as bad as the singing ARROW UXIMU iti;. AI -RE.XOn.X" BOYS' SHIHTS %M BLUE. WHITE. TAN. MEN'S WHITE SHIRTS <&l 6.46 ..4 4.6 v v^T RADIAC PIQUE DRESS SHIRT COLLAK ATTACHED 9.1.49 EVANS AND wniMlDS CRYITOtJt'OTF,—Here'-* hnw to uorli It: AXYDI. BAAXR la I O N O Hi I. L O W One letter simply stands for another. In this example A 11 uwd for tht three L's. X for the two Us. etc. Single letters, spostrophies, the length and formation of the words arc all hints. Each day the code letters are rtlffrrer.t A Cryptogram quotation TCP ETJQW MOM TBB. ECP TJE WQZP; X B S S B T Q W I XJECQBW, W J K I* M CQH FTQZP— I V P P WP < rvptoquote: EVEN GODS PROVIDENCE SEEMING ESTRANGED—HOOD._ To-.Xifjhl CLUB MORGAN takes the pleasure in presenting 4. All 111 I I II At 1.1 I First prize concert pianist of the Conservatoire of Paris with a diversified programme tho A surprise Feature for intimate entertainment at the Bar. Delicious Steak Dinners & Suppers Dial 4000 for dinner reservations. Now's The BesL Time to PAINT To Xi f /hi % %  S all -Hi II A II. \ IIAM I and WEINER ROAST CASUARINA (I.I I: (Next Cable Ofllm St Lawrence. intone StM YOUR HOUSE A Ur range ol Ready Mixed Paints and material supplied by the feremoat manufacturers to select from. REMEMBER when you save ihe Surface Yoa save 9 S $ Inspect these at our HARDWARE DEPARTMENT Telephone No. 2SS9 BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. When the box has made the rounds, switch on the lights and .k each guest to write on a slip I'url. I'n-limr At an ymiwina Party pastime SR for US'""" ll £.. P"t two „r of pspsr ">>">. Ibox cont. ,, three hou*old objecU In a Bhoo The MB eorrect list_ w.n, ., pnii box. You-ll And the belt thlnp for Reading ol the llats uaually Is 'hU (fame tn the kitchen—a nutr-mualne. AOI A IK CLUB f'lNEIHA (Member. Only) MATINEE: TODAY ai & . %  TOMOIIT T<> MONDAY NIGHT al .3S EDWARD G ROBINSON — ANN SOTHERN llt'MrHREY BOGART In "BROTHER ORCHID with DONALD CRISP — RALPH BELLAMY ALLAN JENKINS A Warner Broa. Picture IIOYAI. Worthing: St-Cl-M Proudly preeem •'COURAQB OF l.ASdIE Will) Elitrbe*)-. IA VI.OB Pr.-k ironOAN. Tom DRAKK EMPIBE IIII.VV "BOSS Or SANTA KOSA" Ullh The ll

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TEAM VS WORCESTER
Williams, Marshall Out
WORCKSTCK. M:.v a
TW WEST 1ND1KS team lor Iheir gutC* tfalnftt Weir -s
* tershire tomorrow will be A. F. Rae. J. R. Stotfal ayew
F. M. Worrell. R, Weekes. C. L. Walenu. K Trwett il. O.
Gome*, J. D. Goddard, P. I Jones. II H. MuaaN unH S
Rainudhin. Christiani. twelfth man.
* Having loo-enod up and neconv
eccUmemed in
WCftthn in n -ene
practice ?ames. the Wot Indfc.
louring ncketcrs Open T>wir offi-
cial (our on the county ground at
V. :
They have folhnv. i II
pattern ni uic\ i i
who have lli'ldfil iheti
eleven in the openlnj ... IN
Moreover, the We,;t Indl-'s
selectors have an additional reason
lor choosing the best learn. No
West Indie* side hax won -it
Worcester, both the 1933 and 1939
sides losing there In close finish**.
Fxcellenl Chnnrc
The West Indie? Louring team
have an excellent chance ol
winning their first test match ever
in Englnnd during the commit
series, declared Manama J>n
Kidney in an exclusive mtervie v
with I h Caribbean Pre*
Association.
Speaking on thr eve of (he
touring tram'* opening tint class
nun li agalnil Worcestershire.
Mr. Rldne> aald he UioKght Ihe
prevent teaan wan even belter
tli. 11 thoae ulnili vlsllrd Fnc
land in 1913 and IMt
He had impressed upon 'he
player* thai they must now think
of nothing else but cilcket.
f) On Pan- X
PICKETING
CONTINUES
IN ANTIGUA
'Iran. OS* <>- l.itf
ANTICUA. May 5
The dock strike having lifted.
red flags disappeared from the
vicinity of Brywm's but one lone-
ly picket still stands in front of
Barnes' workshop, the proprietor
having dismissed a man weeks
ago for leaving his machine Idle
and for insubordination.
Two pickets were posted out-
ride the gates of the Mill Reef
Club 13 miles from the city. Vis-
itors to Mill Reef yesterday ar-
rived at the gates to find placards
face downwards, and bearers
fast asleep.
To-day pickets have anchored
their flag staffs while they relax
In the breeze under trees.
// Turners Hall Well Shuts
:*0,000 Tons D.D.T.
For Aiiti-Malaria
Campaign
UUB, May 8
For the next two years, evei
home in British Honduras will be
prayed twice yearly with DDT
in an effort to eradicate Malaria.
the Medical Department an-
nounces.
Dr. Patrick Owens, sanitary
engineer attached to the U.NI.-
CE.r and Bernado Avlla. sanl
tary inspector, arrived in th'
colony with 30.000 tons of DDT
which Is part of the UNI C K.T
gift of 22,000 (US.) in equip-
ment and materials to the colony,
and accompanied by tin- Senior
Medical Officer Dr Younglao,
toured various districts laying the
groundwork of the anti-malarial
campaign.
emoveBin On
Belize Meetings
i Advocate CORMpondent t
BELIZE, May 3.
The Government to-day after
six week* decided to permil the
People's Committee to hold a
meeting in the Public Square on
condition that the Committee .sub-
mit to the Government the names
of the proposed speakers and the
subjects for discussion. The meet-
ing is limited until 8 to 10 p.m.
with no band or other form of
musical assistance in attendance.
Last weak the Government
banned a General Workers' Union
Annual Conlarcnce meeting
planned for Battlelleld Square.
During the past two weeks heavy
press and public opinion urged the
Government to repeal the Emerg-
ency Act declared on February 13
during the anti-devaluation crisis
on the ground that there has been
no unrest since mid-March.
~~Tt
FIRM NOTE
LONDON, May 5
British Government funds and
leading industrialists claimed most
of the business In the London
Stock Exchange to-day. Fair de-
mand for most issues was encoun-
tered and prices noted on a vary
firm note.
mk A. J. u \m in I i r.M.r.
Wakefield
Goes To Haiti
'Advocate CoreeipooOfia
KINGSTON
En route to Haiti to take up an
appointment M United Notion-
Representative for Technical
Assistance, Mr A J Wakeneld,
CMC. former Agricultural
Adviser to ihe Comptrolirr I l
Development and Welfare in 'he
i.iif, arrived In Jamaica on
Monday from I-ike Success. New
York.
Mr. Wakefield. who first came
to the West Indies in 1910, leaves
the Island on Kml.ij l" t iki' it I
his appointment in Haiti on Satur-
day. Hi. pro oni fob I illowi h,<
BamlaaaJ tram a i
seas Food Corpo.au i (ollowtl ~
failure .'f I ifi
Scheme
FINNS HAVE COST OF
LIVING TROUBLES
HELSINKI. May ft.
Labour and employer representatives met here thu mon.-
inK to try to hammer out a new wages agreement and
prevent a general strike next Mbnday.
They will try to peg wages to ihe cost ol living index so
that they rise only when the index rises.
A representative of the Agrarian
Government, which brought thr
parties together, was present
this Meeting between the
ides Unions Federal i<-u and ti;
Employer* Fi-deration
Striking engine drivers, con-
scripted for service, refused to
their engines
FRUIT SELLERS a
new bus shelter opposite the
SIAM GETS
NEW KING
Crowns Self
BANGKuK. lit] i.
Slum's 23-year-olu sovereign
Phumlphon AduUUt, dressed in
liea\ v rubes of gold brocade, today
placed a gold jewel i
himself "Lord of ihe I
brilliance and powei
He crowncn hlmooll hofliM no
one may touch the Klnj
tha aDCMCtt coronation i lb
100 privileged people
sparkling ceremor,. a)
Pagoda In the Royal Palace, but
noisy rejoicing revet be ratetl
thii uajhoui I'M' city
One hundred and one gun"
boomed out a Royal Salute from
the Palace praclocta, trumpet
fanfares blared. BtOWdl
roared cheers, and 30 Siumcse Ah
Force planes flashed overhead ttl
formation Before acceptm* iiW
crown. proffered b> Ihe High
Prlrat of the Royal Household IIh-
Kins had lakrn a mrmonhl l>*it
in waters gathered from thr "I*
sfataV ( hi* Klnxuam.
While be bathed, ancient druaal
conches ana trumpets sounded,
end aitillery salute* i
against a background ol BlanaaM
music. With the King*) torgoaj
ascent to the Throne Thailand's
10.ou0.000 people began ..imthci
four-day public holiday while still
(elebrating Ihe King's mill IgfW
on April 28 to lT-ye.,,-ohi
Princeae Sbikil Kittv..k..n.
The street' of the anpltau aTC
leeorated with floral arches and
bunting and public btl' ling- wen*
lung with coloured .ght'- luday
Following thf pur.,l administered by High Pin- I lln
King donned his gorgeous robes
.''ml. surrounded by priests, mem-
bers of the royal household.
Princes of the royal blood. Ooven-
incut leaders and heads of diplo-
matic missions, proceed-- | !,
meat hall.
When he niountc! his throne,
Ihe High Priest of Shiva, invoking
the blessing of God. handed the
King the emblem- of r<,. .
Crown of Victory, the Sword of
Victory, the Grdden Slipper', the
Royil Sceptre und n fan
After the Kmr find pttetd 'he
'"rown on his head and pledged
himself to protect hi* ptoplt """
-ini'om. Prhicei Slnkl* wrc
shered into the hall and pW-
'latmed hi* Que<-n Apart Inn 'h'*
foreigners
W the crowning Reuter.
Irai
Empire Theatre
ihe il> have Rail been slow t .,,,
Nehru's Cabinet
Resigns
Re-shufflr K\|Mctrd
\K\v DEI HI M
Prime Minister Pandit Jawaliail;il Nehru tndav le
his Cabinet s resignation In PretJCkni Ra
nment commut'uiue ifirn unced here
This formal reeigniticei war. legardeii m preiudi la i
Cabinet n'-shufrV Mr Nehrti u 11 enpectaaj to announce ihi
afternoon,
< appotnUsd
Kehru as l*rime Mimsici In Hie
new Council of Minlal
eonuniKUqua said
It added that the .ipuoinlm
SPORTS
WINDOW
other Mi
Ihi
id
uiK
2,000 Bauxite
Workers Strike
(Aatv
tr ( <" -i-""'--1"
GEORGETOWN. May 5.
More than 2.000 workers of the
Demcrara Bauxite Company in the
Upper Demcrara River went on
strike today in protest of an al-
leged indiscriminate Issue of a
search warrant, and arrest for un-
lawlul possession of the company's
property.
The workers alleged the property
to Involve generally odu pie.es ol
mesh wire, and rope. ei.
ed and ordered to the lncinerati.1.
but to bo given to werfcerr en
application to the Detiertfntntal
heads.
Tne recent arrest leave worker^
In a position where thev an* m -
able to prove lawful posses-do"
c permits were handed
Air France
Will Celebrate
First Crossing of South
Atlantic
PAWS. M..v >
Air France has organised a trip
tr. South America lo celebrate th*
hist commercial flight aeroaa the
South Atlantic, which was made
2*i years ago on May 12 1 Jean
Merino? and Jean Dabry.
Tlu- mother ol otka of tlie fliers.
Miiiiio/. will tie taken
along the vame i outc which her
son look 20 year! ago when hi
flew from Si. LouK Senegal, t-i
Nidal. Brazil.
Ceremonies in her honour have
already been arranged ut Itio de
Janeiro. Buenos Aires and Monte
Video.
During these ceremonies a lilm
will be shown celebrating the ex-
ploits of Mermox and other pilot*
The party will arrive at Itio Oil
May S. It will leave Sao Paul'
for Burno* Aire* on Miv 13
Reuter
Prune Minloter Nrhru later
.Miiou.-.i-d that his nru ( ablnel
woalg inelade all Is m-......
ef the oat-gulng Cabinet and
two newromenll K Mahatah
Chief Minister of ih. Protlnci
nf Orlahaa. and K M. Munich!
formerly gtanUMys Home Mhv
*ter.
m
Oo
inenl IIoiim* outlined that the , Ding Council of Mir I
teen functioning provtMonalty
i.rider the
OH constitution.
Under these provision*, all Mm
Istcrs Ol Ihe Dominion of hull;
before la-l Janu-rv 2B contuiuoii
os members of the President
Council "until Ihe appointment i
Use Pi-siden: of a new Council of
Minister* under the constitution*
Thi restgnatloni were to enable
f' lent to form a new I oun
ill and thie. give efTn i lo td.
normal lirovisiorjt of die ronstt-
tutlon. ihe communleue iddoa
Reulrr
MARSHALL
AID CUT
BY $250,000,000
WASHING!".

V ,l|. .- .,: u | ii
latin
ill by S35O.00O.O0O the I I
noo Marshall Plan authurlsatioav
IH '>2 Unless su
ii.v. U made latei in
kMa i i
-
he BUI now botn

d Inter II detail
u hen ihe Mouaa >'< I
onatdei Ihe approprtati
Hie] an !; iki
ul but ihej cemwH m i
Havre
Earlier in m BBJ dah
RWndnients Ui eui the funds by
'mo dollar and 500 mil-
Ion dollar' had both |
jacted
Voting araaCl la 11 During thi
debate flenelOl I
Leader In the BeruMa
that if srai eaune Brltai
one i <'ii Irj In Bui no* on nhh
the United si.de. could
Rept]" .1:1
h) Pep ll>1 fgP Serial*"
I III., .
! Ul I
Tttlctaaal Britain and her Soelaual
'PHE NATURAL GAS WELL a.t Tu.n n Hhi.
which supplies approximately 30^000,000 cubi.
feet of gas per annum, may elosa Jth'iDv
"Advocate" was reliably informed yeaitcrtiiy.
Tin- reaann i;i\tii for thr |n-.' sin |
tha W#il i> the Petroleum Art. I'"i.
proclaimed on April 2ii and ili- Pi ir n
lislicd in ilir Official Oaxette of \pril 27.
* The "Aglvocn
Urge \ id For
Argentina

U. I .1 .
Btatt i a
ta An i ..
-
States could
lude Ai

Milh


that the United
and must not cx-
fnno the lnter-
Amerh a phi re Mr Miller
made the ;.iieinem M
i pondenee.1 made
imbllc by the Slat. D<
srttfa Mr i i
man of th< i p u Alfatra
-i'iii it'.t- th) t'oiitfien of In-
dustrial Oritanisati.uis. powerful
united st.>t,, trada union frauD
In hi. I M f%k. op-
:. a hv the
Argentine Un-
official reporh reeeauy said the
ales, through tw I
I A war* eontrni|i|atlrig
IISMM ihe Pernn
Oo
nl
What HappviuHl
To iy2 Million
German Prisoners'/
l2Burii<*dTol>ratli
As Bus Explodes
IUO M JANKIHO
T*eivo p---ipic were I
death when a :us exploded and
caughl fire while >t..lli i in he.
.rtually iwralysed
Sovifl Virt'-Prt'inHT
Arrivi8 In Pragur
I'ltACUE. May 5
l Hulicanln. Soviet Vice
Premier, arrived In Prague by air
from Moscow today at the head
of a large Soviet delegation which
will attend Sunday's liberation
anniversary iti Prague. I>eput>
Foreign Minister Zorin and Su--
tary of the centiai Ceen*
' the Russian Communist
Party, were among the delegates
who arrived. Prague's radio laid
Reuter
II traffic n tight The ext>lo* i drlvei a motor back 1 i" i Itio last
ion occurred while .is trjing to put the i motion.
An
described tragli
liUNN, May fi.
West German Chancellor. Dr
Konrad Adenauer, todaj appeaged
to the Soviet QoeeWIIIIMIHl lo glv
full details of what happened to
the tvJgsjDsj one and half million
(lerman prisoners-of war In
Kusslan hand*
Iji Adenauer was ans'Vir.ng a
statement by Tass", the Soviet laIRCSl
News Agency, that there were no world
reasons for pi
Soviet Russia
Kussia Flouts
Obligations
S4VS US
WASIIIM.l'I.N M
Tin.- United Btati
noie to Moscow lo-da) charged
Itussia with nouUm its interne*
tional oblli '..... in i i alln| with
the itaitn plane Incldenl
Tha feauj Departmanl declared
in the note that Itiisaia hud put
forward an ''arroneoua account"
of the hOOting down of the
in plane on April S
Tin.....ii laid -The Govern-
nient ol i ni Statea must
warn Ihe Gnvernrnanl "1 'in*
Union o( ll . Hovlet Bo>
publli of the seriousness with
which It rennid' Ihe ntUtuda 01
In- Qnverm etll of the Union of
In Su-: -.) tuliht Kepuhllc In
mailers of such grave ronse
HUTU
Rejecting U: the second ti
the Soviet claim that the mining
American i lane violated Soviet
occuplvtl Latvia, the note declared
that the American Government
was forced lo conclude that Itus-
sia "has not only failed to meet
hut has no Intention nf meeiuiK
Ii. aMlgataOM whn h inlernalion-
il law and eiai tii e nii|H>e on
.t in f .hi.11 nf natldns I
It is eleai thai Ihe. disiegard
frit law, custom and the oplnh n of
-nankind constitute-, a furthei ob-
ta<'le to Ihi- e-ttuhlpchment of har-
monious relahom moni the no-
'loiis and cannot lie reconciled
Wdh the Soviet (lovernmenl's pro-
UkMattoni "f it' devotion to the
cans" of p.'ace.
The note a ..- dellwed In Mos-
cow by Andi.issador Kirk and was
made public here hv the State
Department c Neuter. >
loan 'can
be to hale Peron and the Pen

nmlc difTlciiltles i
itrenfthei Ih* p
ruin b i|> i|xhi ii r Argamllne
onq
ne.-t
ra
Mi Ml iron Mm ti.it ihe
ilat* T>< parunanl a -is aivu.x verv
i
ented h u more
.....
i ii It* Oovernmei I |
United State- ami Argeni
long been -trained" Mi Milh i
ll.
that onVi.d dlffl-
iffi i relations
o two) ,
nilUei In
between
i euntrle
stands ai n-rr
is going on hetwi
kit I n.oo Oil
I t.nndthrBarhnd.'
iment tnclarh., t!>- i ,
n> nmltinn with reejiuo
lo (he oiH'mtJun of (he well
under ihv terms of th** ISSO
Act.
The foil text of th* Art o,
; iiMis'ied on n.::.- 5.
lUtliuns Return
Hointi From
The Argentine
r L>IIi.II|| Illlll-
llUhlt. May S
fftcJal itatagMBl looa)
evaluation a( the
'cso is causing him-
Ireda ! Italian i
i.-turn 1
Ih. Italian
cok |Uoled g?t,
. In| at Genoa as aayinK
li-it ihes id .,, leave Al
.hi .. ni-i ii-. i
mada Id-
* ni' ial r*on utn inu
tatarnenl ih crlbing these ac-
counts as unfounded, said that "the
i i are) at
I in
It add
mjll all

M nop itaJ
,'ll!l
iHctil-i '
Want Wurnin^ Of
' .M-ki.iil I'urlirs
J*. ei
Ih ra
deonuakh
their werh contraeti and 'oun.1
of itajuuj on. Most at Ihe
were Italians who
the war and
rare returning ;>' viall Item
akniK advantage of special luw
ni- Rruter. _
SIM
. a :
by
Si.i.i.i -
torelgi m nere
thev had uncovared ptol
H......' i ii.' ui Ihre *
,n i..i.i. i
i .'. i
brelgn communlUee (artueh num-
her eboui ;t.0OUi In ii.',
IH honti I. (me hotdltl I
part*1.....1.....i .
bara
The aim o' Ihe plol. ;in
as lo spr^,i general FeeUi
idlce reta-
rd the si.inii
nunenl retgjn [lowers
ih how '' in i of Ial guiiu'i I
ings would ensure that the polio '.
- i. igrdi
heater i
Took Away Mace:
SusjM>nded
KINGSTON, -la.,' May 0
..i.. j UM i
tl i spa ikei niioK as Cl
in ine i onrmlUee on the bill lo
iiai.- i, peeial < on labulgj
t it tu .i-:.. t in tin' in in
i r. U it Evana
I'NI'. ..it tin'
molion nf Bu Uu......ii
'..i .i month Kvani th i
tool II -nit of th'"

doppmit ih' in
i..... I i
iroughl b.....
., in
HOU i llauntiiin PJia
i .1 i
C.P.
*22?2$?2$2***Z2**^2$t?#Z
Civil Servants
Get Pay Rise
HELSINKI. May
.ing the Go
grant CIvU Ser
In a long inceUng the Govern
TT.snt decided to
they (lrst left the work piece wNh|V|ttulad )lV lui |Iunour Slr c^'.
___a,1___ r\MI____ f...... Ila I ..Kn.iH______ ___
arUcIes. Officials from the Labour
Department conferred lodni arith
representatives of th- CUhgffi
Association and Companv omciala.
and instructions are furv>arded to
the Bauxite mines advising \ irk-
--ume work on Sstuut y
Meanwhile the complaint* ire
being Investlgatcl. and up to law
this evening no word has been
received from the Bauxite mine* as
to the decIsTon of the workers
Thirty thousand lorn:s. mobil- scene* with pasaengerj. In I
;*ed to replace the trains, enabled1 of the car trapped nv others wh<
i trickle of export to reach the bMiucteo the onh U In front
'locks. I With clotlu-s mi Bra the) made
Parliament discussed a bill i ,-vcral efforts to get on through
t.vlng the drivers and other state |h i .. |de v
employeea 0'-, of their salaries Reuter
is pensions.
The drivers want 86%. ----------------------------------
Premier Urho Kcykonen snid he i i^ii
would ask Parliament for a vote1 hXllltlSIOII Kills I.:
I onfldeni e b il nol today *
o0 In lln-|)il;il
CATANIA. Sicily. May 5.
nrernen dug inui mo
rubble here today looking for
victims of an arms d
uloslon which killed 1ft people
ve-terday What were I..
be lunb have sreatry i>een re-
. ivrred
MirUlatad bodtei < I
sneep and pilev of o<' .
Itreera for more 'han a mile over
0 ton* of
ar-time bombs tore .
VI 0.000 More
I or Contractors
n
CASTRIES. May
Arbitration Ti
ment Malone. Chief .tu;-.
Windwards and Li I
awarded 10.000 over and alwv.- *"^P
contract price in favour of Messrs
for repair .-Vieux-
; .<
thev were being defused.
Thr lion Garnet GoMon ami Filly peupU- MB
<; \i a Mathurtn repreeettted hospital, among them nee
Harriman. while th^ Hnn Keith who were Injured whet1 the hlast
Alleyne. Crown Attorney, appeal
ed for the Government 'heater )
van Is salary
rSMOOODOO marks; about what
they asked. At the same tune
the Government brought together
:ne Trades Unions Federal i
> hammer out a scheme
pefgini wngei to the cost
ivmv. index again Delegau^
i-ofused to confirm the agreetnent
t said they were opUmtatlc
thousand wai criminal' an
k Rrater
I Inuri < ul l.ii-hl-
FtW HigliHuv
ItIO DB .IANEIHO. Mny I,
Hi,, daj J i.-no "ill i.i ssi-sa the
tn'.i -if highway in Ihe
with fluoreseeni lighting
to be u-ft m mttm Brtueh Thomeen He-atton
.part from a fe* Company Inetgal the laai of W
Its here
Approve Trade
Agreement
llONN. Mav 5
The West German Cabinet to-
day approved the commercial
agreement with Pakistan which
was initially signed in Frankfurt
in Mrch The gjrngmeM will
now go to I arliamcnt tbl i.i'illea-
tion
* Covernmenl spokesman said
the agreement was begad
most favoured nation pnncipli
and for the protection of Germa
trade mark., and paten'. r
Gi'iman shipping
Germans eg(K^ted to recelvi
fi-om Pakistan, wheat, raw cotla
and )utfv and would send not
steel, machinery, tinplate an
motors.
-----< ll II I IT i
14 lampa In suburban Avenlda llrasi
which has been the scene of
I many seriou* traffic disui'rr* dur-
iin- pg Fan -.! 11"
..
-ntiai t in open I ninpetdion r|tl
v.niou iilhi-i tender*, and d i-
xpoeted thai Ihe llr-t * lampi
will be In.tailed wilhn
with the lotal (oniract
v ihe end ol 'he 'cat Rrutri
TRYGVE LIE HAS "NO
SPECIAL HOPES'9
THF HAGUE. May a
U Trj gvt i... i idiad Nation.
ReeretaryGeneral, said here today
he had not had any conUct with
the Soviet Government about hi*
proposed trip to Moscow
Speaking at a Press Cot
he said he had no definite plan*
to go direct from Geneva to Mos-
cow his trip would depend M
Hties.
"The sole nurpoM 'if IMg trip, '
M. Lie said, ii to gr, the United
Nations machinerv In order
no special hopes In any special
direction. But It I* not the last
Its there
WONDER DRUG
'.ONIXlN. May !
-iipany has dei
xhkIi-i drut
a rtuah i
.pen a new
ib i
thai
.ih
Co
lervaUvf Member, Frederick
F.rrolt announr-n In fr"> }{<.u> '
"ommons loda. He told rcport-
'i nfterw.rd- that detail- of the
. .... ..... I-
vithln seven day Results so
fag achieved |irove a eompletel
new approach to virus disease*.'
Brroll aid
Renter
---------md-----_
I2\E5
Jtefyeywkw
hope, as It is always danxerou
to say anything is the last"
Asked about speculation in thi
United States thai hi* visit wl
Specially tie,, u,
the Foieign Ministers inaetUUJ Ii
London next week. Mr Lie replied
"There i- no connection and no
elghifWancc In the coin
fates: this trip was planited a lomt
tune agoa long time befori Ilk
Foreiidi Minl*ter* meeting was
mentioned.
"I bava no connection with thu'
Meeting and tnti vi-.it i* not ((art
of a special plan except my own
effort tP do what I thm*
Reuter
HifliniHM TrMtoe
PRAGUE, Hay -^
The /e-iio-lovak Government
io-day announ(Cd I' baa dismissed
from ofner the Chairman of the
SI-\ak B..iiii of Trustee*. Dr
i.astav Husak. and also the Tru-
ce of Education !.rro Novemesky
Ih llgsak. who hail been f'hair-

nonai Govevnmenl aim
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY, MAY . 1M

Qahib Catling
Smaller
Women
Children's Safety Week
Rupert and the Dragon Pills32
LADY Huggirt., wife of Jamai-
ca's Governor will team
Jamaica on Monday on an
official visit to Turks Mand*
a dependency of Jamaica.
Tht popular Governor'? wife who
hat travelled extensively in the
West Indies and the United State-.
will make the Journey by air.
Mopping two days In Cuidaci
Trujillo, Santo Domingo, as thi
guest of the Brituh Minister.
For Sugar Talks
HON. H A. CuJte. O.B.S.,
M.L.C., will be Icoving Bar
bados on May Bth for Lonoon to
attend the fortheumuijt Sub*:
Talks between the B.W.I Suga*
Delegation and the Ministry ol
Food, ll is understood thai Mr
G. H. Adams MCI*, ami
another delegate will be leaving
on May I lib.
On Six Months' Leave
pKOrL>bOH and Mrs. C. O.
The Ministry of Transport in whose \oice has been known to
(Treat Britain recently held a Chil- listeners in Britain and overseas
uren'f. Safety Week. It was in- for rweoty-flva yean In a scone
MEXICO CITY tended to bring home to all cili- representing Piccadilly Circus with
Mexican women are becoming Wns the necessity for greater care its traffic halted stood Brian John-
linlter every yew accordirfg to on the roads In order to reduce aton, resident interviewer of "In
latest statistics from the Interior the high number of children who Town Tonight", tht broadcast
Ministry are killed on Britain'! highways programme pr*. Tared by the an-
each year. The culmination of tho nouncement "And now we stop
The report blames the -exec-.- weeK;, activities was a Cavalcade the roar of London's traffic to
taken to attain the ^ safety held in London's Albert taring to you some of the Interest-
To Visit Her Father
MRS. KATE GARJvOD. wife of
Mr W H E. Garrod. Chief
Engineer of the Water Works
Department will be leaving or.
Thursday by the "Golntor for
England to visit her father who is
IhU SSl^I^STw^Jin1!!^ wtnr!'c' '">fllp """ * ""ft: HalT~r'paieanr JTwhich "many ingpeoplVwhc.are 'In Town To
AiSneothw StaSitaeeaan? **** bv Hollywood stan.Ure* EBC personalities took part The Bight'." Then.- he interviewed a
siting other parts of the coun- ,, wM thTOrlatd ^t-seif-inmeSyd Sm5 wai John Snagge. Head policeman, a soldier, and a school-
The narmri'i have how. It. Rar privations prevent the humi.i 0. BBC Programme Operations, girl who use the roads each day
.is graMMas B*r- gS-SsSaWf-
Back To Edward
try.
The Ministry warned that If the
WHETHER the modem male trend continues, there will be no
likes It or not. men's dress similarity between the woman of
U going back about half a century the past century and those of the
Britain's "Tailor and Cutter," felure.
the influential trade magazine
Boasley and their two
mi lighters. Valaras and Jenruici
-re leaving on Thursday
by the 'Goiflto" for rjigiano
I'lufea&or Bcasley who
raic Adviser to the
u-oiler of Development and Wn- tcrday afU*
fnr^ K nat W&u. u. 13__l___a___________. .
arded its Dandy Trophy
66-year-old mid-town tailor John
Kink Wilson.
Wilson's recipe for the weM-
dressed man today Is a single-
breasted, three-buttoned lounge
suit, cut with the Edwardian
haded from tho Look." It sports a centre back
by the main build- vent in the Jacket, cuffed sleeves.
. ._eal spot for the tea slanting pockets and an outside
txmui- party which was given by Madame ticket pock.t. The 'drsin-pipe'
Comp- Hromovii ami her Committee ye*- trousers are cut without cuffs and
' lull littrn to IWh OftM* qOi*
hxtFDial -. 0**old Feets He
SaM he. tht tliqMrtr eHeel ME
A Lovely Afternoon
THE lawn of the St Michael'*
Girl*' School,
; fsarn
ing.
fare has been in Barbados
Juno 111*6 and is on six months'
icave. -if
Off To Montreal
On Sunday
MR. and Mrs. Peter Patterson
will bo leaving; hero on Sun
day morning by HWI.A. to spend
about six weeks in Montreal. They
are going via Puerto Rico
New York.
Mr. Patterson therefore will and the many dainty __.
rot bo here for tho lorth.anung Madame Bromova and Miss
TTurmuiUt* Tennis Tournamenl R. dclllfr met the guests as they
aBUBK Savannah et al Clubs of aJ rived .mil Intel limited with
itarbados which conunenoss on several of them on the lawn.
9S H C Br**Uy miJatea ln ** went inside Ito hall where tho
Barbados line-up. puplu & u^ Dancing Class gavt
T I-t_ U ll i_ j a abort demonstration, performing
lo Join Her Husband ^.^ , lhc highlights of the
MRS. E. Clairmonte. wife of Dancing Display which was M
Mr. P. A. C. Clairnii.i;-..-. successfully staged at the Emplro
Income Tax Cornrnissioncr and Theatre a few weeks ago.
cne of the Weat Indies Tjst Towards the end of the pre-
selectors is due to leave on the gramme. Mr. Vemon Knight.
"Golilto" on Thursday en route to whose daughters are leading mem-
England, to Join her husband hers of the Dancing School, mad
there.
She will be accompanied by Hadcliffe and her husband on be-
thelr daughter Dorothy and they half of the school and all present
n honour of have a raised outside i
This being the case, the fash'-on-
consclous 'Bajan' gentlemen of
1050 can tke grand-dud's wedding
suit out of the mothballs and be
on top of the fashion parade, for,
the 'Edwardian Look.' has arrived1
Everyone Going?
[T seems as if almost the entire
Common Law
Wives
MEXICO CITY.
Mexico's Supreme Court ha'
rar.ued down a decision establish-
ing the Inheritance rights of a
common law wife who has lived
with a ma tried man.
CMOS CRD
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The legal action came before.
court in an appeal by a coml
law wife demanding that
thousand pesos be awarded to her
as the sole beneficiary of a life
insurance policy. Her common lew
l.usband had been killed in an
Molly Hadcliffe, the Anna Bro-
rcova's Dancing School's new
instructress
Small tables surrounded D)
chairs and benches ware under-
.eath ii row of ilamboyanl trees.
which due tn the season and tho
dry weather were very bare of
nd the pupils gathered around and g England on the Catcooae.
enjoyed cups of tea. orange juu. Mn A K,ng ^^ (|f Commari. The favourable decision wax
der King who have a yacht at Nel- based on a law which gives de
son's Dockyard, has left Antigua pendents the right to inheritance
on the Goscoptie with her seven In this case it was proved thai
months old baby. Also leaving the dead man had been separated
were Miss M. Badger, sister of from his legal wife for more than
Mm. Edith Bailey. She has spent 15 years and that she had not
six months' holiday there with Dr. been dependent upon during tha'
and Mrs. C E. S. Bailey. period of time. He had lived with
' Miss Eleanora Karger of 'Lace- his common law wife for more
field' was another passenger for than ten years
Europe. Miss Karger came to
Antigua as companion to the late
Mrs Heller and Is now making
her first trip back to Europe.
Rev. G. P. J. Walker who has
resigned his position as second
with his parent*. He will after-
Mej m cusopi
L.uiDtltd. (ll
-nun Ui
rrna auuK I
Lnurcu t*i
11 n>*V morn suds so sMs*
lb 1*1
lu tbr ittajtantr ui iaa Deopw i
i mi mleutna
Three In One
PARIS
Orson Welles is about to attempt
theatrical "tripie-play"aimul-
. Ho* n*f as urn U>* aoa-
trarr. IB)
i- niiTtn tAMuiina anMii dovii
v>an> eiapaag atnow. IS)
1. IV..'. (S)
f Wlan to Mlisn UiKU -*
Haaruass*. (|
4* rermll IS I
j AHtenina u cut lo ptseei bmv
.cciunt (or maor tears. (SI
; Container ou k abi* to oui lo
wide reputation as the radio
policeman "PC. ". was also
there to take part In the show,
and Wilfred Pickles, king of the
BBC quli programme "Have a
Go'" conducted a short quiz. Thi*
time his slogan was not "Have a
G'"' but "Have a Care!"
It was an interesting and In-
structive pageant for. apart from
the many BBC and other celebri-
ties who were present, and dis-
plays given by many organisations,
called "Stepping Stones to Safe-
ty", it also told the story of the
roads of Britain from the time of:
the Roman occupation. John
Snagge recalled the circumstances
which first brought the rule of the
road to Britain in 1722 There was
so much disorderly driving of
carts, coaches and other carriage.*
over London Rridge that the
Court of 'he Lord Mayor made an
order for all traffic crossing the
Bridge into London to keep to the
West side, and all traffic gain*
out of the City to keep to the East
side And so Britain's traffic laws
began. The pageant ended in the
! present day with its Road Traffic
Al th- K>und ol the gong a iilhf r
tcsntd inndni runs up tomi Wpi
nd ihe Mandjrm sptalu brnfly in
Chines*. Th man ihsn Icichtt
. smog* curved trumpet ino.
mounting pedestal, he bkmi a
one unearthly ound. At the
'.-hoei die i**y he detcendt sad
tuni a* (* SI hi* teet will carry
h.ra. "Good gr.oou.1 What,
come over him? i*ki Rupen.
'* You will soon see." murmur* the
Mindirm. "That * the call ol
the young drigont. None who heir*
ii can re*it. They nwr obey."
ALL JUftT* KtUKVtU
Acts of 1M0 and 1944 and their meg-grater, ^bottle opener, egg
many measures designed to keep beater, icrubbini brush potato
the roods as safe as possibleThera Cover the box and bring it into
is still much more to be done and the room where the "* art
It was In the hope of training and seated. Now turn out the iigrx.j*
guarding voung road users that and pass the box around. Each
the Ministry of Transport staged guest lifts the lid and thrusts an
this Children's Safety Week. exploratory hand inside.
UUWD
i. .>. .-ii u> -ui. oaa *a
as* a great rowi on ina
4. for tn* v. plum
n[>proDrtats. (Si
3 wnai oowterm rauat
crtcael tSi
-cit.,',1 nvermoii is oltni
lore nor leaa man pity ivi
irt ol collar PuneD'* dos "
SS^MtS^ 2. ^o! S5 ^.-.^'J^S-.^J* 2Z!T? "> l.l.nd, -SS he 'will l.kc CkOtt > pl.yTlht. producer und ado
West Indies games in England.
Also leaving on the
Miss Daphne Ward.
InnK Madame Bromova and
her husband a happy holiday in
England, and thut one day they
may return lo Barbados.
On a Short Visit
COL. R. T. MICHEL1N. Com-
missioner of Police, who left
j"! a few days ago for Trinidad on a
M at the Drill Hall last night h"" *l- due to relum "
Hon. and Mrs. D. P. Debidm. Moftd"y--,, .,... '
That Trinidad Sprinter
MC DONALD B A I L E V, :..c
Trinidad sprinter
A Great Success
OEEN enjoying themselves among
of a parish. According to reports receive
Nying bauctr l .rre. Welles plans to return to
Wllx.rtr.VSJt tno ea attb Paris from Italy at the end of
ruugh and big waves roll April to make final arrangements
ia oil uie liasiuiga KocJu abou^ for the play, title and theme of
the gay crowd at the First
Annual Hair Style Show
Dam
were
who arrived here recently from
British Guiana on their honey-
moon.
Hon. Dcbidin represents East-
ern Demcrara in the B.G. Legis-
lative Council
The show which was In aid of
the Christ Church Baby Welfare
League and the babies in St. John
was a-great
\ ui i
.,!,;-.
a. which are still secret.
UatriCt armed with lour aiiu
,,.,,, surf boards 'about'
< bju
ited Great Britain In the 1948
Olympic Games 100 metres final,
will compete with other famous
Olympic athletes tn the biggesl-
IBtsfS
the coral reef.
ll is tunning sport and taxes great
r. 11. lo rule incse waves, wiucli
ua7< from si* tee* ana mote m
to repre- iiciani, \ucceaalully.
It Is reported, however, that It
will be played In Engllh with an
all-American cast.
an riii- i* ( n
rkxned for
nnt-.1l
over Uera ISi
0 would not c-
i* man ':-..
. i ... I L
[X (Hrwi
bcSs
___ja. .ui of uie boards have
iiuiuvs pausted on them such a*
ine Tiger', The Dagger Th.
..mn ana one yuui.*sier
Londoners will see all the trsdi-
, i _a c.tt-- tional Highland Games at the
Former Island Scholar stadium, including tossing the
MR. A. E. SEALY, B.A., son of caber, and there will be piping
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sealy cnmiwLlttoris. Mac has decided in
of East Point, St. Philip, is at future lo concentrate on the 220
present Assistant Master of the vards event. But he will defend
Grammar School. St Kitts. He Is his 100 yards AAA title at th-
an Old Harrisonlan and Island White City later this jummer.
Scholar On Holiday
OFF to Antigua on Thursday
for a holiday are Mr. Gordon
Lambert, son of Capt. W Lam-
bert Private Secretary to His
MISS ANN PICKTHORN. n^ciccy the Governor and Mr
daughter of that brilliant Teddy Bourne.
Tory M.P. Kenneth Pickthorn. n0 doubt they will be visiting
who was born In Grenada^ls get- their good friend Mr.
r London Caledonian Games at amply named Ms The Flying
the White City Stadium on May 13. baucci', lor almost every l
comes IB on a "wave, nis boar-
invariably gets away from bin
and shoot* on in by Itself.
Result Of A Da re!
WHO is the lady with tht
lovely voice who was sing-
ing the other night
Carib understands that he has
been successful in gaining his M.A.
degree. l
To Be Married
with
orchestra at Club Murg-n '
It was Mrs. Willrcd Hornei.
who with her husband arc holiday
.:.; in Barbados, Her sirtguui
apparently was the result ol a
ii.ue She not only won her bet.
but she hub boeu asked to sing
mere again on Saturday night..
Mr. Homer is with the bauxjie
Charlie Company in Danerara aitd they
ting married In England next warrenwho is now with Bennett are staying at Cacrabank
month. Bridegroom-to-be Is Mr. prj-gon's in Antigua. Intruniit
Neil Iliff. a research chemist with Barbados Holiday 1NTRANS1T on the Lady Boat
an oil Arm. Mis. PteMto^Uue- D"* j 'j*^ 1 . tor Trinid^i was Mr
eyed, with red-gold hair. slim. H |V^R ""d Mrs. w- J- "* a wiutirm who was oiv his
8 and was in the WRNS during 1V1 and their wo small sons,are ^^H?S aiTpoinunetit
the war. The wed.ling recepUon Hendi. a MJ^j" MatatBTSaSk Tniffl. HI*
will be held I. the House.of jVJr.^Devln Is wl*JrlniJadJLesj^ ft*^**** ^^
lhe> are slaying nt CaeralMink
Commons, the first there sin
election.
Bank Antigua.
BY THE WAY
NOW that a nvmse named
Ceraldme "with a small con-
tralto voice" has broadcast on the
American radio, we shall not have
lo .wait long for pictures ol
Geruldlne arriving at Northolt",
with one hand on her hip. and a
saucy little spring hat tipped over
one eye.
Then we shall read. "Geraldine
was driven In a luxurious closed
trap to the Wes.1 End hotel where
ohe has a suite behind the wains-
cote. She was too tired to talk
to reporters. Her mmu'I.iv. cOVtr-
ed with cheese, said, 'Geraldine
has Just had a light with u London
mouse, whp got in unobserved by
the Management Don't confuse
all that s-iucnking with her singing
voice."''
Cenl/v?i>m/s
WHILE the Trio were perform-
ing in the foyer ol the------
the radio In one of the lounges
played a particularly loud bit of
music This upset the rhythm of
the Persians. Auburn shifted
the plank on his belly, up bobbed
Kazbulah into the air, and Rixa-
mughan fell off his end of the
aeosaw. In tho ensuing scuffle,
one end of the plank banged
through a glass door. Guests
screamed. Someone shouted, "It's
a stick-up'" The other end of the
plank, out of control, knocked two
card-sharpers off their feet. Kas-
bulah landed in the lap of u huge
dowejar, and slipped off on to
her dog. which bit a house-
iletectlve in the calf. A manager.
bastealh| to lbs sOnst, fell over
ICiuumighan. Oth*rv,t>r. .v.iv-
thlng was all right
A Flying Hr*tikfn*t M
IT IS now reported from Mexico
that Ihe men 23 inches UgD
who landed from the flying *auccr
ten not. as was llrst thought,
natives of the planet Venus, but
Brazilian clvcv The suurrr turn-
ed DUt to be stalkless mushroom.
The twenty-eight-footers who
stepped out of a flying dish in
Madagascar arc thought to be
By Beachcomber
abominable snow-men. Meanwhile
a whole breakfast set led by a
crowded teapot, was seen near
Tashkent. Observers said that
tiny gipsies waved from the teapot
They were milking cows the size
of ants. The soup-tureen which
crashed at Meknes was full ol
tomato soup
Twenty Imrs of Iproar
COMPLAINING that tht
orchestra drowned the voice
of a singer, a music critic might
hovo emphasised the unfair ad-
vantage of superior niacstros At
Salzburg once a few players grew
so sick of Hustigiuzl's baw"
that they clubbed touethei
drown her voice. A flautist
t>neaked to the conductor, sod lh
plot failed. The next night the
man with the cymbals got down
on all fours, crept close lo it
Singer, and clashed with all his
might repeatedly. That did Ihe
trick But. aesthetically speaking.
it was nearly as bad as the singing
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One letter simply stands for another. In this example A 11 uwd
for tht three L's. X for the two Us. etc. Single letters, spos-
trophies, the length and formation of the words arc all hints.
Each day the code letters are rtlffrrer.t
A Cryptogram quotation
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S\TIR!>AV. MAY it, (Ml
BARDAIMX ADVOCATF
KNOS AlrtES, May ft,
Workri MgonAeV
walked out in orderly fashion at
thus bringing to a half
m packing house*
throughout the country and alo
>einforce-
menti were on hand to prevent
disturbances while "(rigoriAcos'"
assigned adminitrative employee-.
to take over ihe maintenance of
freezing chambers with n view to
pnvwittBf damage to equipment.
which would have been caused by
flopping the i
PAGI THRIX
The strike, which was called
h) the Ml PaCkM Federation
i scheduled to last until patkei
are willing to discuss new work-
ing conditions
The atnke will In
halt meat loadings to Iti I
will also .iMt.-t domestic provu
ion of cold and canned bmUi
sausages and other "frigorllii-o"
by-products although carcass i
supplies (or home consumption
are not affected since State-owne-
fngoriticos" and slaughter hnuM>.
which are not included In the
strike will be able to make up for
the mall volume of i
rblefa foreign "frigorlllcos" nor-
mally supply to tho home market
I M iiinent newspapers.
which normally support U
tOdgJ ftlVg . it11 r r i' ,--
attention to the -frigonii
despite It* importance
This was taken to DMBB UmI
I he 'Trigorlflro" strike is imi
favoured l>\ the pnxGtivi nin.ii'
general. Del Trnbjo. and it Is pre-
sumed thut authorities will call
heads uf the Meat Workers Fedi--
ation In an effort to settle Ih.
unkf k anon as posMble
Although workers are slrtkint
. galnM foreign-owned "fiigont1.
cos." tht>*e havr been 'subsidised'
10 the tune of about 30.000.00n
pesos a month for the past in order
lo cover the deiioil mi -leer mejt
production bo that atiy In
their operating cost as a result C
new wage demands will automatl
cally in-.in an Incrc i i
from the ( h
Henry VHI'a
mm Cellar
Leaves Whitehall
LONDON
King Henry Vlll't. roomy win.-
cellar in Whitehall GardtaV.
weighing some 800 tons, has been
moved bodily 43 feet from It:
original position in one
most unique engineering
nuns in historv
A CARTOON FOR A DISSATISFIED CUSTOMER
J'ea's Stowawavi
Il.ucl \\ .1. LM
In Itritain
LONDON
the larxc.t number of
Muwawjy. Irom the We.t Indies
Tiivlng In Hrilailt come from
Jamaica, which n!. -upplles Ui
Flying Boat BiH.gcl Beer
II urns
Kerosene
worker^
of tha second largest number of rtow-
opera- away- in tin Empn. and the
world
Thi
icient monument, a crypt rri,|v hv
2 feet long. 32 feet wide and 22 si,',J;
f-^t r ,Mnc, hlgh wfUt movad ie "
facts
feet 6 I
ft-hUe the
*tnke. which hay
illegal bg Government und its new site In one piece and re-
denounced as unpatriotic by CGT ,ted 20 feet below its original ,
itfeilKd lodav Although mcom- level because it interfered with nHvr ,amif, Dieted !"'-< II i i-dimated Hut ihe building of new Government <'" Kde. the Mo,
the House uf Ofalt- equipped
I (on April 271 wh>
number al
llv I Rl D IMN i;i I | ...i i.
is-. -' ,n i MTtsseeeatMsl
LONDON

Britain's m
beer be.. 1 i irn and
bred wittiin .i si.in'
M
lu.n In ami
haMhiel e
Yon know I've been oVtl Mrl
'he war years ind ha*,
had iiuich true* with the
wet i. "tf ti'.r
iskcd gini- I: Drink
I medium-range aircraft Hal i "' ,f Ihet wtihy-'"
LONDON
A uev. i i.ing. al
metal, medium-range dying boa'.,
capable of cntafln, i| ;"" i
and carrying ~4 panengari, I...
Ignad l>v Sininders-Hc-
l.ui. of Oowea, tela of Wight
The Dying boat, which will be
known i.s the ''Ducheat". will be
Qhi if
IMPORTS
> ESTERDA)
.oriimeal arrived in the



ting oil. and gum
tine ,
s s
cargo from

tails, ribs. suouta, bui. '
k an* han '
Aire* b>
ss p. f rort
i>map' Judgnu l)V enlrre.1
. Mcklet by TJM r Hob
:be Awisuint OotaTI I
Mi G I Ta. lor and Mi r
w it Cheatary when ihe> up i
aSeWon of His Worship '
ii IU nails
' gea annvunting to
* H.I in ii ,uo which Heckles
.igaiiist Fiu Maxwell <>l
tal
i lalnawj tbat Max-
reed to make IS cot coven.
. radlea which Ik-U-wim
'". I.Ii1il!.i>. GimhIv ill IxMgue'
lb- gave Maswell
to do tju
but Maxwell d in
and the >t ( ..
na.le
BODILY HARM

H PlunM \- lllCII 11,-
Vpp il m .. ; rarku
I W ii Cheney yatW-
N | prai k
'' olMrt, 5 PaiM
* 'i t Corl Mil .
i ".. .
loaad .< Una al I -
Mr. Nui i ,ir I,,. ., ,., .
V tu bin I | gsUu t
If* alleging


i J 1-: T Brandker npiesent-
Mi i\ II A. I k|
>, i a .
auk.
Good mornings
Gillette
ludc I qqei
the i Oottstoi Oram lining
bad
30 lo 40'; of the worker'
returned to work
On the other hi.nd, woikcr- ,i
fo-xi puck:ng industries, whom
tin- COT support, are eontintilrr
. 'Mongly
B.C. lltl.silK-SSIIHIII
Gets Sewn Years
For Arson
e-i number 428. fag
vlth 374. ooi.i Coaat ihlt
with 290. and Sierra I >
wiUi 263
r,KOnGF.TOWH. May 2.
Hem > Algoo. 47-year-old Ma-
halca businessman was sent tn
prison for 7 years penal servitude
on Tuesday after a jurv had found '"y " '
him guilt) of maliciously setting h bas'm<,,,t "JS0"* "?*' 2
Ore to h,s $i5.non buafawas pre- ijf',;r hou,c v(hTn, *** '"*
tnisea which was completely de- '"J ",!" ,s ""& '*lr rC,,,ar
stroyed by lire during Ihe earlv * be open lo visitors by special
hours of April 29. 19499 uav's nrnHm'"t-
after his insurance nf the premibes .Tnf" movm " by con-
ing increased by $2,200 The a,rut'""*l le*' framework m-
verdict of the iury'wM by a 102 ,si majority after deliberating for 2 vaulte^ roof amlmuke the iiilerio,
hour-. Mi Justice K. It I. Word riw P?'blr. The cellar wa.
then underpinned with concrete
RUB tn.M
British experts did not want to
demolish su i live build-
ing with its fine brick vaulting
: nd four central stone column", n*
I was still si' well preservi"! ..ftei
four centuries.
The wine cellar was formerly
underneath the main floor of tho
Tudor palace (Whitehall Palace)
esed bv the King with many __ __, ,
From TrmiftaMl cime 211. the
If allowed to remain in Its oi,gl- Bahamas 1, Barbado- IS. Bermuda
>al position It would have bin- ~- British Guiana II
dered building operations and Oambia came 153
fviithermori' would have projected . ......
:iii feet beyood the buUdhlg UM .0* 'oreign stowaway- :
and would not have blended witti lfi '" ""' ,mm" ^*,''l",, -Bl '"'
any ;irchifecturnl fe.itlire ,rom Spain, the highest uiinvidii.il
today the cellar is hidden in 1o,bI- 265 ,roni Portugal. 130 from
Poland, and 110 from Finland
lv. in the world mm-, iian n
...., An offlcinl of the (Inn s.ild the leeti high treason !..
-i (x-i i;i ........ i' jusl citv n Wisconsin
li |ii'iin\ fi-i im.v of 1.300 Hir .m oi.m-i ii
oul i .'ihi null's and two eanta parjkta- -> i .
of 1,141 BiJuahstowawaysbetwaen aargati mlh lo ti oul Bir si.,u.
iMn and March 31.
IMu. Nigeria pragU i
iid have
iiethlng
Naturally, \
i
like
..1,1-tin
countries they have come
Y,\ IcV AgUrea ahow tha
irdci
md
Mr K'le. nskrtl K Bri'
aways were repatriated to the
place from which they i
plied "They ara in eertatn caves '
-hi i-
bo r" with the ihre. iddl
The cost per ton mill ,l
record -' |utl ovgi n canti par Baf< rr I j;nt n i 11
ton mile for IJ00 4M alia and bar J
ahum 21 eanl (oi J.000 muei Bsieiej whose j *
Tin atrerafl i an all*ii|i plained that on at
weight of tSO.000 it- arijng apap new been in
tjf or. ft ft in I lengU |. 114 ft 0 Ins. or,.,.
Fuel win ba enrrted In the main- ii. .,,d tha idea
p the paatangai .muni- i,., vonld be onlj
modaUon will (>< pre ui i/ed m
air conditioned. pj ., ,,.,,
i Empire Atrwayi are Stafford's remark thai I
cotaaderlng tha alrcran foi |oui would bring the av
neys such ns that betwwn Aus- , half-wav 1-t ^ .
trajia and New Zealand ., .,,, ,,,, ,,,,.
Captain Clarke. m;>iiNginu tor i f s im i Roi I
to New Xi-alnnd in eonneetion with
the mmlji gaajgiiiil Dying boat m
Baundara Roc uptd per
Briim Hack
. Utad "ut thai ntn
The Crown's case was based i
Fteel
fillers, so that It could be
thc allegation that business ot tha v"]!r ^jfi men using
"Grand i antral" owned to Algoo j" "" "" "' J. u'
bad declmad COr^deraUy and The lowering operation w.>s,nr-
Aigon deliberately set flra to it ,lrd 0,"J'-V mfar^ nf '
,., . naui nee
Too Precarious
To Be Socialised
lacks
The cell"
tttanl
LONDON
.-.nrit.-i < iciu.ni Attiee
>^ ha hai no plani to extend
lowered "i itain's luond programme of so-
with a v.ew to starting a new con- '.V111 i"^ '" lch at t cifl'i(':fl''onJ,,rJlBJ^(1. n , ,hp
eern With Ihla nhlaH ha m,n,i 1ime- Attiee told a meeting of the
the Crown lirfheV ^llaiad that' ***" thc '' '*lv moved "yal Academy of Art
aL^ic^^ hnnzontalty and was lowered to The pursuit of art must tMVH-
oodj! nmr?a.dclm v ** ,,PW Me not nc brick was ably be an adventure, and 1 think
foria. lleSeld another s Co M <"urbed tod Jha. fWW original .1 U probable that the ..oungailis.
viUBgr cracks are still there but
disturbed
cracks an
widened
not will still find getting a livelihood
INS rather precarious LN.S.
FOR LASTING
QUALITY & SHADES
INSIST ON
JGlSTERj-
Ction of t'ie I.....
.1- <\m- hmg*ranfa
eommerctal enift huilt to carrs
I. .- long tagi ionr-
N 0i Atlantic
"osslng. Three year-; aco the firm
Irst .
boot fighter __ mS
BEE POLrCIES
COBBY. gMGLANI) Ma
Tlie Corby lown council have
i td paraeoi living in coun-
cil-owned houses to Rl
provided they carry S2.800 insur-
ance policies to cover pasaarsby
who might he stung I.VS.
When your BACK
ACHES...
B* Tl-k1A-...^il-IOH.i,l.-.. WhM
Hnt t*> * al ""*-'. '" kIi nvi
ibwiiM waatM star In nW nii-m.
Tmmi aackacht, haaiirhr. rhtMMliwn.
duhirlwfl i-.l thai I.") ant' l.-im,
mmi IdUw T* mab* yw k-W . -.,.k
prvpcli ndlekrafillirniiii (mloi'ld
un [MJ' K-tor. Pili IUI'i Kkaw*
hi. >.kl. nd t.. nr-Wtfcwd SUod
f ntmt ariSa and wmmi d HmI pm*.
it*Mi ig (W la rr iw. and BBa*.
Than PSB tal katUM Uk kttti .~l
1-ll.r and M are r...U la daw* rl.
bn. liHSat an tha *> IWd Kidnr
hlb in tha BBW radian toil, tha rad
anda. On|f 2 al al ggg gaaBh W
'
ith my Mlwaukce
.ill III!
eouldn t
.k. Britain i
9 r< wasn'l
iv mil last night Sn Stafford
i little relnforei nenl but
i till .i to lowei tha inn. ol i--ci.
. i ireri "'111
. pint,
i ordi red i tankard of mild ale
. ,
.i i nuldii't
11 hw rht ila nl wi taste-
aud seemed to havi .. mora
".IV..Ill
i 11 pint mad
i here was
-i deep tmitv Bavoui to it
d convmeaa mo of these
i returned to ihc bv for
lb i fall thai tha stuff
II points'
tlly, I hadda seftemup
f r n few Cockne) i-

Mi bbe Sn BhtatYord hjh
Anyw
" n hpgn ba *
i U go
I
4 Rheumatism
hile You Sleep
^Sl
M haafl it- toq i.fi ms" "I ihroai irriiaiion ma* loiiliar
ihc lafccdoa -ml help pre*em ii from iprad>
lag I kW 'me raadbH ira> hack on yi> x ihroat
luifatr, kill* nulhoni of gcrmr i* abao-
I'H.K tjir *-<.. I In 1111 nnti you trr I acoM Mining
in >our ParsHti S'rgl* I itiaiioe. Il inaj Mte
..,1 .
|*ni.

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j l o o I a
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t nl
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v. iinoai has
1

aeeivi i large
itronage
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ait > mil iiiiiiiii in., iokdoi
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PAHfc HHR
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATl'RIIAY. MAY 6, ISSu
WS^Sk-^S^- LIFE ON 5/- A WEEK
iOiiM k arma M.,
Sj.lnrd.iy. Hay ft. 1950
H< II,.,. I t.,.U. ,, m.ii.i;.
Public llililics
to has lor some years
past bacn divided on the future or the
companies. One tfroup has
I >l:c Utility Companies
should be nationalised and run by the State.
ban* felt that private enterprise
has done fcood work in tht paM and if any
control vrr required, the supervision
Public Utilities Board would be more
conducive to cfliciency.
The latter point of view seems to have
gsilMd graatar favour, and His Excellency
has given notice that a Bill for setting up
such ,i Board will be placed before the Leg-
re during the present session.
Ii li to be hoped that the composition of
the Buurd. will be given careful thought.
The interference of politics into every
i r of Barbadian life is not a complete
tog. The Board to be 111 fill must hove
wide powers and the exercise of those
powers must not be influenced in any way
by political considerations.
Hi has not y* -*n revealed what pow-
ers the Board will have but if it is based
on the Canadian precedents they will in-
clude the regulation of charges, the safe-
guarding of fair distribution and the in-
vestigation of complaints.
In Canada the Board has not operated
as an arbitrator between the Company and
its employees and that is right as long as
the principle of private ownership is
recognised. The function of the Board has
been to regulate the interests of the Com-
pany and the public.
The Board should have power to insist
on expansion and it is to be hoped that it
will be able to obtain for the Public Utility
Companies the Currency and licences ne-
cessary for the purchase of machinery and
equipment for expansion, from the country
best able to supply them.
The recent difficulties of the Electricity
'Corporation have been due to break-downs
in Iheir plant and although public criticism
has been directed to other matters, the
principal cause for dissatisfaction has been
the partial cessation of the supply of cur-
ItJjt
Now there remains a large number of
houses which require electricity and which
#the Company Is not yet in a position to
satisfy. Action must be taken to give every
facility to the Company to obtain the
machinery by which they shall be in a
position to satisfy the demands made upon
them.
In Barbados, one of the matters which
has always exacerbated public opinion is
the lack of information which they face
on matters vital to the country. A Public
Utility Board can be made the vehicle of
nation so that members of the public
can gather then information from reliable
mmi-i..
The Barbados Telephone Company also
cpai d >n. Good work has been
done by them in extending the dial system
tq country parishes but there are many
would-be .subscribers in districts nearer to
town who have been waiting for many
months to have a telephone installed.
Closer co-operation between Govern-
ment, through Public Utilities Board and
the Company may tadlrtate their efforts at
extending man? Hold of operations.
The Gas Company has given good service
to the community but their future is over-
.shadowed by the refusal of the House of
Assembly to pass a Bill under which the
Company would be enabled to supply
Natural (i.is to consumers at a reasonable
rate. Because of this uncertainty the Com-
pany cannot be blamed if they do not un-
dertake greater expansion or are unable to
reduce the cost of supply.
The people of Barbados are not unmind-
ful of the great difficulties faced by the
Utility Companies. It is their hope that the
formation of a Public Utility Board will
help to create those conditions in which the
Companies-a*ill be able to give the best
* to tne community.
We a .oi-oi '.uni bourn, as hat
been dene in m many olhrr run.
It 14 necessary to say again
VW} tw'tiatically thai m UlSMI
days of high prices it u not pos-
sible to make out in even the
poorest manner on 5/. a week.
And in and around Bridgetown a
good many of the pensioners have
to pay 2 a week, or even 3 -.
lor room-rent It is a mystery
how they gel through at all They
can only do so by begging. and
the kindness of neighbour!, or by
the small gifts of past employers
and the help of kind-hearted folk
who flnnn.t the charities of BBS
churches and other organizations
But altogether in many cases It
adds up to- very bare and uncer-
tain support. It is most unfor-
tunate that the Increase of the
pension last year to 5/- is coun-
teracted so positively by Ihe high
:ost of almost everything. And
till prices are rising.
But what should be the amount
of the cust-oMiving bonus?
suggest a shilling a week, and I
feel sure we could manage that.
The proposal goes counter to
my previous point about the big
expenditure on pensions already,
and the doubt whether the island
can bear a further increase under
this head. But our revenue is
rising steadily and substantially
ft Is three times the figure of
ten years ngo. we are told. And
there are good prospects of fur-
ther Increase; only this morning,
as I write, the Advocate .1 i la red
that we have had a KocxI Uninst
season, and judging by the con-
stant announcements of comings
and goings that is a correct sum-
ming up to date, in spite of com-
plaints about lack of advertise-
ment and encouragement lor this
valuable asset.
Anyway we have y> face the dis-
tressful fact that a large number of
our fellow creatures, our imniedi-
.
and felloe -.ili-
itn*. are not get-
ting reasonable
and adequate1
support (even
with the help of
charity) In the
fundam e n t a I
forms of food,
clothing, and
shelter, and we
CBflBOt leave It
It that. As I put
it in my previous
article, humane
feeBrsg and so ^
cial justice and ... r. godson.
security place in*
better provision for them upon
us as an inescapable duty. If
II shovM mean increased taxa-
tion, though 1 do not think so,
then, as Mr. Mottley exclnmed.
let there be increased taxation.*
I propose thai we should per
uni our id people wfce are able
to io SB doliur. Ikhl-werk and
earn up la /- w !' i week.
without includiiiK it in tba c KOpU-
tations under the head i : SBJ
Means Test, but regarding .t as
a healthy and necessary supple-
ment to the peiudon.
This boon u now provided for
in the Mother Country.
stand. Pensioners are allowed to
work for as much as 20/- a week
without interfering with the pen-
sion, which Is now actually 2t -
their figures are vastly and
necessarily bigger Ulan ours, of
course. (But I believe the age for
the Iree-gift pension is still ">
years). But if a pensioner can
earn more than 20 -. the surplus
is correspondingly deducted from
the pension; and the peastanei
reouircd to make a weekly de-
claration. Similar arrangements
should be made here it stands
to reason that if an old person
got mo.' | was ablo
real living, or a sab
staatlal wage, thai would oper-
ate to suspend, or at least modify
thai pension. which had I-.-
granted at a tune of ...
uncmplo} ment
Now would it not be immensely
Dealer for pensioners to go on
doing a little work, if ,
to idle around with half support
and have to bfi;. Or perhaps to
work surreptitiously and against
the pension law. and with a con-
sciousness, maybe, of obtaining
small sums by dishonest untruth-
ful means.
Besides, they could do useful
light work, if no more, in the
home or yard or garden, i
work which at present house-
holders find it very difficult to
get done, or which remains un
done.
(ally, coupled with the abov
concession 1 sanest thai the Old
Age I'rn-i.M, Committee* should
be given authority to Issue hoil
term Ticket* to applicants win
are likcl> to no bark to work
tickets for. say 4 or 6 week*
Then such a pensioner would
have to return at the end of th
short time and report his or her
position and jamings. If 'nothing
doing' the Ticket would be re-
newed. If on the other hand work
had been taken and the earnings
did not exceed the */- or 5, per-
mitted, well and good, but should
thr> do so the sjnouni
would be suitably adjusted, or
suspended altogether until per-
manent qualification was nttaln-
This provision would save a
good deal of trouble in the work-
ing of the Scheme, and the loss
to the Treasury which is at pres-
ent taking placeno one can tell
to what extent.
FOLLOW THAT CAR!
DESIRE MEETS % TIIHI M-EYED PKIMIIOKE
IW Hornurtl Wiekwieed
STOkr. GABRIEL (Devon).
HERE we are on n fine sunny
day In spring showing England
to KYX 2. our promising post-
war car. and for her first run
we've chosen the old t>cat down
to Devon.
1 keep telling KYX 2. or Desire
as we call her In the fnmily. what
a lucky car she is Here she I*.
slutted with happy people rolling
through the lanes of Devon in ihe
sunshine of an English spring
Before we've finished with her.
Desire should be an authority on
her native land, for we are going
to show her all the things shed
have missed had she been sent
abroad for exportthe things
that go to make up England.
Lark Soiiu
WE are going to show her pubs
(at least, the outside of them).
thatched cottages, flowers In th-?
hedgerow*, birds, market towns
and cathedral cities, people ai
work, nnd rivers where the best
fish lie.
1 or.ee knew un Englishman In
Australia who had gramophone
record of I lark singing at dawn.
It was a simple bit of recording.
but he used to play it for hours
on end, till the tears ran down
his cheeks and mode pools in the
dust at his feet.
Desire will hear the lark for
herself She'll hear the barn owl
In the ruined tower at night, and
the country church bells on Sun-
day morning.
Just now we an* Introducing
her to primrose*. England with-
out primroses In April ^.unthink-
able, and yet hundreds of cars
leave these shores every dav
without ever having experienced
the ancient rustom of taking the
family out primrosing.
Here in I>evnn the banks and
the edges of the woods are yellow
with their (lowers, and ai one of
my boys so rightly says. "Thev
make vou feel sort of happy, don t
they?"
Besides picking them and being
made happy by them, have you
ever considered the story of their
life?
&
The primrose (Primula vulgarity
is only a humble country flower
Itut it comes from a very good
family called the Primulaccac.
The name goes back to the
Romans, you know.
I'nri* Flower
THERE'S nothing wrong with
being called eulaaru. It refers to
thetl abundance, not their man-
ners. Indeed, they've been an
emblem of Tory respectability for
generations.
They joined the Conservative
Party at the lime of D'sraell.
The primrose was his favourite
flower, and Queen Victoria sent
him a bunch every year for hi'
birthday.
Neither of them knew that the
party was harbouring a plant with
a political secret. The leaves of
(he primrose branch from the root
and not the stem. You mustn't
tell Lord Woolton or the Primrose
League this, but the botanical
word for such leaves is "radical".
It.t .mii studied the love-life of
primroses.
In the langunge of botany, they
hybridise very readily. The poly-
anthus Is one of the results. Its
ancestors were a gay primrose and
a cowslip that slipped once too
of ion.
Two Kinds
IF you take a dozen primroses.
all apparently the same, and look
at Ihem closely you will find thai
half the flowers are different from
the other half.
One lot have a *'.iing ir. !"
centre that looks like a g-cen
glass-eye. This is the stigma or
end of the pistil. The other lot
have a group of five litt'e yallOVf
things covered in pollen. They
are named stamens.
Flowers of the first kind are
called pin-eyed and of the second
thrum-eyed.
Now split them down the cantTS
and you'll see that the pin-eyed
pistil-packing momma also has
five stamen*, but they are down
at the bottom where the nectar
is. And the one with the stamens
at the top has n pistil at the
Ixrttnm that's more like a sawn-
ofT shotgun. It is all an e aborale
device to encourage cross-
breeding, and so produce bigger
and more beautiful primroses.
The bee which unconsciously
acts as Cupid, can transfer pollen
from a thrum-eyed primrose to a
pin-eyed one more easily than to
another flower of the same type.
It's a splendid arrangement.
The only trouble U that at the
lime the primroses flower there
are vcrv few boos about Early
birds get the worm, but early
flowers don't get the bee.
So every year millions of dear
lill'e primroses are deprived of
of parenthood, and If it
wasn't f, ,h,,,r ability to Increase
then' numbers by spreading oul
underground we might live tfl >>
prlmroseless world.
As usual, Shakespeare puls i
better than I do. In "Winter'
Tale" he says:
pole primroses
That die unmarried, ere they
can behold
Briuht Phoebus In his stretn
a tuaiadu
Most im-idrn' to maids.
II doesn't harm the primrose
plant to pick the flower, you 11
be glad lo hear, but you shouldn i
dig up the roots until the flowers
have, died down.
Fresh primrose leave* chopped
up in sa'nd are a substitute for
tottuse.
For further reading I am told
that no primrose lover should
miss Fenglor and Preiitl's "Die
Naturlirhen pflanzenfamUlcn"
(Leipzig 1887-1908) I'll bet Us
"' -L.E.S.
U. S. Has 230 Millions
Headache
I h*ii ttnbh#/- ffirfon'M
Ifcfs/ Hit IMIar Trail**
By FRFDrkKK COOK
NEW YORK.
THK huge synthetic rubber factories
America built in wartime, when the Japan-
ese cut off Malayan supplies of the real
thing, have developed into one of the big-
gest post-war headaches for this country.
Sines the middle of 1947, leaders of the
lyre and rubber industries, top Army brass-
hats and Government experts have been
deep in discussions about what to do wilh
them
The discussions are still poing on. And
no solution is in sight:
The problem America faces is this:
Shall the factories be kept going;, holding*
down the amount of natural rubber America
imports?
mum; DOLLARS
If the answer is Yes, that means wt e-rn
fewer dollars in Malaya. And that nn.ans
the U.S. taxpayer has to go on finding dol-
lar.-, under the Marshall Plan, or we have
to cut U.S. buying still more. Or
Shall the factories close, throwing thous-
ands out of work?
If the answer to that is Yes, can the
Truman advisers weather the trade union
storm?
Far mere importantly, can America be
sure that in a future war her rubber sup-
plies will not again be cut off? Is it a risk
she dare take?
There are more than 23>t millions In
Cli-vernmrnt-uwned factories involved.
SELL THEM'
The original post-war talks resulted in
the 194B Rubber Act. which runs only until
June 30 this year.
In mid-January President Truman sought
to end the deadlock with a plan to sell the
to private industry "as soon as
possible'1 ami to accompany the deal with
regulations and restrictions aimed at pre-
venting a price war between natural rub-
ber and svnthetic.
Uut his close adviser, Mr. J. R. Sleelman,
has admitted: "No permanent or long-range
solution to many of the problems has been
found."
STATE MONOPOLY OR ..
Tied up with the dilemma in which
Washington linds itself are issues which
cannot be brushed aside, like Government
ownership of a monopoly or private enter-
prise.
At stake, too. are the 9,400.000 acres of
rubber trees owned and cultivated by
Americas friendsourselves, the Dutch and
the French.
Core of the whole business is national
defence.
The President's latest report stated flatly
.hat rubber was "indispensable."
BEST MEN QUITTING'
Yet a trade leader, pointing out that Com-
munist revolutionaries in the Far East were
a grave threat to a steady rubber supply,
said gloomily: "This country cannot really
count on a single ton.
"The rubber estates could produce over
2 million tons a year, but last year's output
was less than 1 00.000. .. ._
"The real reason Is that many of the best
estate managers are quitting. They eat and!
sleep with a gun beside them and they aref
gottms tired of it. They can't take it any
more."
1ft FACTORIES SOLD
The majority of America's synthetic
capacity is still either producing or in
itand by condition.
Effective capacity of the VA industry is
said to be 800,000 tons annually, enough to
keep the country going if non-essential uses
were trimmed away.
Of this total, the present law demands
that 600.000 capacity be kept either in use
or ready to produce within 90 days.
Eighteen Government factories have
already been sold, at about a third of their
uii;in:il c..st. Five others, declared surplus,
have found no buyers yet
WEARS BETTER
Backers of the synthetic rubber pro-
gramme claim that the new "cold rubber"
scheme (in which it is processed at 41 de-
crees Fahrenheit, as against 120 for stan
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Wooden SbingU.
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2. For previously painted work, rub down thoroughly, clean,
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HARDWARE AND ELECTRICAI. DEPARTMENT.
Ol It III AIM us SAY.
Barbados Needs What Ships It
Can Hold
The Editor. TV Adeorafe
SIR, Tin- news that lb* Har
riaon steamship Una an oontatn*
plalmi! niiikmg nrrangrmenta to
tranship their cargo nl St. Lucia
and thi.t the Canadian National
Steamship may llnd It imposnible
to continue their service to the
West Indies is i> serious matter
for ll-irbados.
S'r,.r5KU.l tnTi' JdJS "'*" >>" - rV-b*" Umm""
ion the -hop-kecper to make
los-s on the sale of his buslnes
LABOURER
.lav Grouping
The Editor, The ^deocatc
hoping
-Exit-
Enterthe good
Th~-e arc several reasons fi
this action, the go slow movement.
SIB.-While
Order Paper
looking nt
the House
_ grouping _,-----,_ ---- _
., of the same age should have the HI re
same reasoning powers, intellect Age-grouping
' or whatever vou may call it. and old days of a sane and prope.
thus we tlnd boys and girls, both education' I I
bright and dull placed in the same RIC C.
standard, whether they deserve It I hmi -
or not. In the vain hope that some tht Editor. The Advoaiic
n ;i,Kle in.iy hap|K'ii lo Hie dull SIH.TIm*. pr-rson* w i-, .(Lten-
the children, thus gaining oneness of Jod the singing competition ot
of intelligence in Ihe form. Queen's Park on Tuesday night
mie Speaking of dullness reminds us r May 2. must have been trulv
.~. an address, which I think that backwardness may be due wrapt with enthusiasm There is
of paramounl importance for mainly to three reasons: Innate no doubt that all voices blended
aavenil branches of labour; one the future of this Island, and that dullness, extraneous and remov- nicely and the singing and
can frequently hear the remark . request given by a certain able causes. Other causes may be expression was very good. The
When labourers an Mwkcn to member for the abolition of the long absence from school-work, rendition of Ihe selected test tune
about this, that the Insurance age-grouping system. frequent migration from1 one "I am Alpha and Omcgu" created
Companies ran nay, they tan. but This system has been an end- school to another, inferiority. Ihilt ROUi pa|hos within the hearts
tba excessive claims mean an less controversy, as there are many home conditions, and differences of each one and brough' continu-
iDcrease In the premium and a who cond.ne it. and, on the row- of efflcienry in the teaching given, oil* applause from lovers of music
vtGf^ssrt&?ix. "r^r.',,;: fsutz 1U- ^<- ^j-.*.-".> -i&gfitz&ETiSiiB
the wanton destruction of cargo Assembly forthls session,
caused by Ihe wilful and reckless
handling of the cargoes by the
BSJB
LEON PILGRIM.
teachers Rocbefk "*:
St. Michael.
movement of "the labourer and the denced by the great number of them v
dSuTnot to give of their best in boys and girls who "pass" their they ahouW be given hope
Ste of lh bK waam their way through school in a strengthen their self-respect and
It ^ high time that the Gov- phenomenal time, and then leave determination to succeed.
eminent, who are responsible for with a modicum of knowledge,
the welfare of the community, There Is many a boy and girl baw
through the labour offV
these several matters *
Partvwith a vlewto savlnB~what Such boys "and""girls have little a d-'cr.ent to the educational SIR. -Government should be
imi/hilining we now hold ambition for they have been advancement of the student. progressive and give the general
While on this subject It would )udcr(| )>v their years, instead of It Is painfully obvious to one public all assistance they can and
h* well to Leaders' attention to the reckless Into the broader horizons of the failed miserably in Barbados, end At present if anyone goes t
way in which lorry drivers and world hoping for the best, and
Most certainly, the
had to exert all their
^. draw on the street to-day. who could leathing ability to cope with this
the attcn- have been in school. If it were not age-grouping system, and as long
the Labour for this age-grouping system, as it continues. It will always be The a"dif.
Time and Stump*
The Adrocaie
for over $9.60 and fails to take a
two cent stamp with him. he lum.
after queueing up for over half
an hour that he cannot draw hi-
Voucher, and is then directed to
go to the Post Office and queue
up there to get a stamp and then
return to the Treasury and queue
up again for another half hour,
this could all be avoided by allow -
l0| the Colonial Treasury to keep
a sheet of penny stamps and sell
Ihem to anyone who has failed
either through ignoranre or for-
getfulness to bring a penny stamp.
A similar arrangement could be
made with the Police lk>parUnent.
Any person going to get a Passport
and being Ignorant of the fact that
he has to take 5/6 in stamps, finds
that after making his way to the
Station, he is told he must go to the
Post Office nnd acquire a 5/fi
Sump, this being the only place
from which a /- stamp can be
purchased. The Police Department
could certainly be allowed to have
3 in stamps to save this waste of
valuable time.
Will Government give this
matter their consideration and
save the valuable time of the
citizens.
CITIZEN
fllsjaf
To The Editor Tht Adrocatc
SIR,As a contributor to the
General Bus Co., how often 1
have coveted the fortune of the
disgruntled peoples who have the
liiurlv service of the St. George
Hus Co
Has it ever occurred to the ,
Directors of the General Bus Co j
that an hourly service betwceo
Horse Hill and Bridgetown would t
i.rove advantageous? and a trans t
fcr bus between Martins Bay and I
Clifton Hall, an age-long neces '
Mty?
It may sound Incredible, but :
'tis true that people frequerrtlv
walk from Horse Hill. Paris Hill.
Fisher Pond, Sweet Bottom and |
other distant districts to New- |
bury, through force of circue
stances, to patronise the St !
George buses. Would not Uusj
am UsfldaaSBssss sjafwasts
Would it be right to tell them '
* Those not your buses".
How often school children are
left bv the roadside at the mercies
of others, with no excuse what-
ever; after having already pur
chased tickets from the General
I.us Co
It Is that those who have, cannot
,-ppreciate what others long for
FAIRPLAY
. long .
it continues we shall the Treasury to draw a Vouchei
LETTERS whrh are sltned with a nom de-plume, bat anarrom-
i< i.im-.i by the customary bans fides, will be Ignored. Many such
reach the Editor's desk each week, and readers aw again reminded
of the necessity far the writers name to V known to the Editor,
not for publication, bat as an assurance of good faHh.
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SATURDAY. MAY t, ma
BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE
The Petroleum Act 1950
Now In Operation
Mor* Seawell
Equipmenl
The Pelroleum Act 195Q, came into operation on April 27
when it was proclaimed in the Official Gazette.
The following is the full text
of fee Art which received the
Merit of the Governor on Jan-
uary 5, 1950.
HAHHAIn IS
Ait Act to MM in the Goeernor-
liL-ti.i uni Cummlllce Ihe prop-
erty In petroleum and natural 001
u'trhin ihe /iland and to make
procuiuii u-it'i respect to (he
Petroleum Quota Payments
7. (I) Subject tn the provis-
ions of this section, every o1
of land situated in a pooling
in which a productive well
located shall be entitled to
from the Governor-in-Executivc
Committee in respect of the petro-
leum recovered from such well
during his ownership of such land.
the right must be obtained, or of the Commission to a*
aaj of them, have not ,h as shall appear to the Commit n
necessary power" ol dMSkaal- to I>e entitled thereto.
13 > Any monies deposited In the
Out, legal dtsal
or otherwise; mainlng unclaimed at the
that the person with :rom the di
to grant the right unreason* ,v,,"h 'hey were deposited ii. the
ably refuse* to grant il. or Public Treasury shall be tiam- mem~fr StawtU
after reasonable consideration '"red to and form |art of th- Thev were dur.m; the day dls-
has been offered, demand" general reveiiuei or the Island charged t.v motor veaael l.n.uii
terms, which having regard to '*' A" '"otiies paid out under which arrived frum Tin
imstanccs. are un- "' ,u,"" ,n" m l'"" %h,'1; Thursday The .
raaaoaukMa '"' '1 *'e"et',u*1 *'BMui any handled the lighter cargo
i I i Any licensee or lessee ??"m*,"d mi,d* u^n ,h* Commis- the Government crane w*
desirous of obtaining an "n \!n,_p1*?on *ut mn> *"> in taking on* the he
.. mav \l'i>rlhnlHa impair. _.._!_
OCCUPYING the sect
the Qt

.gin unsafe. a mi<".
,., gtedar iru- k .
tyrea, wobble wheels, iron
rele forms and othei equip*
W hat The
Chief Justice
Said
ancillary
ti i
=MiJ=*afe=i!-: ss^u ssatrjsusrs
petrolei
alctuatad
: 111 i-il lion
of the
ting of petroleum and natural pai.
fid /or purpose* crnnected uith
Ihe matUts aforesaid.
(Mh January, 1950).
Be it enacted by the Governor,
Council and Assembly of this
Island and by the authority of the
same as follows:
1. This Act may be
the Petroleum Act. 1950.
2. (I) In this Act. except
where the context otherwise re-
quires, the following expressions
have the meanings hereby respec-
tively assigned to them, that is to
say-
"Ancillary Rights Commis-
sion" means the Commission
constituted by and in accord-
ance with the provisions of the
Schedule to this Act;
"ln-.d" includes land covered
'" mean, Ihe pen for *?" ?"" ">*'
uih
(S) An
ght may make applies- * nv'hcle*s recover
riling to the Ancillary Se^tiJLTLST ?**?," t0 '
ighi.
under
la
(2) A petrolcun
shall be of such an
bear the same
tied as twenty-live per
royalties payable In respect of
petroleum recovered from a pro-
ductive well during the relevant
payment, 'hex-
to him
lext succeeding t,lon "*' **< tuQl the cimim- Committee thZSt^mF^^'i'
stan.es aliased to justify the grunt Lie aft*. | ,.|| fcactsnasi a nrori... '
live wall with.n ih- -!! ,
quotapayn.cn; | ZJSmTS^,-JiJStSL u
amount as shall .,. d|rc, thl. v, i,,Ti t,?.
TU^^L.ltZ possible aft* Ih. ..!>- omcal Gazette' and "[ 'seven.,
an application in pursuance Of newspapers of the Island.
bsection ( 1 > > J9 An. question
nB P"per His Honour ihe Chief Judc
heeu s,r All,n Coll>mo1* ' reported
* to have commented on UM I
of a Common Pleas Jury r. these
words. "I must confers th.it II a
a most surprising rss I
ted on ver.tl.al Is your verdict '
cranes *he exact words ur*l l>\ lh.
vhlle *'hw ** '" "I muM cm
uyM feaa that It is somewhat our
argo aehunial least II is to me. Kui
The "Caracas' is srheduKM to rest *re the sole Judge* of ihi
horn finish discharging the machinery ***."
today. Some of the equipment wns Brfore the bnsines< of th<
removed from the wharf to Sea- Court of Ordmar> '>< I a
Fresh for your
Pets !
ram dog chow]
PURINA RABBIT CHOI
H Jbkx Jonas & Co, Ud.l
DUtrlbatars,
i.l .e lei.l..
dispute
Schnlulnl Priw
Ignored Daily
6y Banana Sellers
AM selling these bananas
day, the CMrJ Mdaji eommantec
on the misquotation and aU *
was Inaccurate, incomplete i i
mislearlinK He said that he haf-
not tresitassod on Uw Mid win. I
was peculiarly within ihe iiinvim.
>r the jnr>-
period as the area 7f land owned rau*c '" w* Publl5hed ,n lhc which ' required by any prov,"- tw" u" ,,,"',, catSa," said a vendoi
bv the person entitled to receive im<**1 aaee. in one issue ol a |n * < Act to be determined whc" Pproaclied by a would-lv
such payment or who would have *'">' n*w*lPPr. in one Issue of a .V/i^' *hal' }* f^'*"^ to |VUI^.lS-r !22S5%
been so entitled if the ownershiD bi-weekly newspaper, and in one Jnr wtermlnatioii of two arbitra- h. .replied the amazed In-
of the petroleum had not beer, IMN of a weekly newspaper pub- "Sl.1?A !? appointed by each
severed from the ownership of th U*ad BO th.s Island, a notice set- ct>J HaT'KS
Why*"
dividual,
I think that that variety-
land, bears to the total area of ling* forth flu
' of the appli-
umpire ' bvlna sold at three for a penny.
in case such arbitrators fail to vou Know th*' y *n be
igroe. such umpire to be chosen cnar*wl .'or selling above
Pt>UK SI' WAV ITS
James. Moll. Al
Nelsoo, ii nd I lei fol
natives ol Tr wot
the .ime being
.ilh which the word is
used, whether on his own
account or as agent or trustee
for any other person, or who
would so receive the same If the
land were let at a rack rent;
"petroleum" Includes any
mineral oil or relative hydro-
carbon and natural gas existing
in Its natural condition in strata
and bltumln
does not Include
Jak. coal or, bituminous shales
or other strati lied deposits from
which oil can be extracted by
destructive distillation
Four Siawawtr.'s
Sen! Hark

Rile)
land*
the here yesterda> b) S S l'
K.ii.'Ster" and sent back to Trini-
ihe replied, "for 'd yesterday evening by B.W.I,
them, and the decision of such know b*1* bought these." Airlines.
arbitrators, or the umpire, shall be Tnl'1 ls typlenl example of These four men secreted them-
Mnal and binding on the parties in whal happens daily when people selves m the 1' ,v I
hall inquire into any difference, and everv such refer- "Pproach the sellers of bananas to while it was nt I'oil-of-Spai >
applicaUon for the grant of an ence shall be deemed to be an at- "uy the fruit. The "Tradei" hit T.muiad, anr
L7\2*~L ?. lul nflHary right marie in accordance bitration within the Common Pleas Despite the fines thai are regu- when off Santos, th Mowawaj
u of uTlHEr ha. wllh lh* Provisions of section Act 1911 and be subject to the '^-'"PJ*"1 ' tnc breb ' "'
csan^adiSs. ,Ll5S Ju?*,L* t! ,cwn of lhi Act provisions relating to arbitration ihe Schedule Order, some sellers
S^w^anrt^?^,2!. ^t i <2) Anv person whose interests contained ,n that Act. Persist in disregarding It Most
SLXBVXtSASS!SSSSi areormaybeprejudlCallyaHect. *> W Th. Governor-In-Exe- <* * k. and usually get -
\\r-fhe nelrnSir?^nu^i^S!' rt b> lhp 8ranl of " "PPH^tlon i"u.,Ive Committee may make nail
tlon shall be pa'd out of the Public ^'""d to . heBrd bv hlmw'f V' 2?W Ihou
Treuury on'the warrant of the *J2^~J2*L*J* .he gener'.'l.'i "'
land in the pooling area. cant, the nature of the ancillary _v lh_ tlnu~i~^rT- *-fT! u-hpdnloil Mlnat^
For .he purpc. of Uu, .b- .lUh. claimed .nd ! dc- J^U,%h^,^te.'S5n5K5rU! TdSRSS? .1
section the expression "relevant criptlon of the area in w hich it r> "
od of one desired to exercise the right
entitled to 12. (I) The Ancillary Right
rem oV'Vne'^nd ,?con! "-. I**r Jff&J-?: C-J-Ugl
ment has owned the said land,
where the <
levm has been severed from the
"pooling
nd asphalt but sssSkSJSSXSJS ^SSTL'J^tLS'JS s^*Sz
U5X+S&: gaysagsas yng^i^toi*.** tAwJus^SFjti
ns the Governor-in-Exem.|v *-omm.fion. ,K S(v|ion u
Committee may direct. (S) Thc provlsions of sections "
<4) No petroleum quota pay- nmP. le. Woven, twelve, fourteen
cent for each banana but tome
are even more unreasonable and
nsk three cents for two. which
with another added, should onlv
bring them two cents
S.S. -P 1 I I
came into the picture, and th \
were transfer ictl (ran in
"Trader" at sea.
productive well means an
area of land immediately sur-
rounding the well hexagonal In
shape containing one hundred
in relation to "SB* *f" *r!fii im3LPeI?Sn and seventeen of'the Commissions
until he has satisfied the Governor- .. mi* .,
it tl
production of title deeds, plan^.
and such other evidence as the
laid off that the Governor-in-Executive Commute
productive "well is equidistant n^V require, that he is entitled to
from all six sides with two of receive such payment
the sides of the hexagon facing J (1) Notwithstanding any-
North and South; ,hln" contained In this Act. everv
"productlv well" means a Person who at the commencement
well commenced after the com- ' "is Act _U receiving royalties
Ing into operation o! this Act 'fom an existing well or who at
from which pelroleum is rccov- that date is a lessee of an existing
ered and in respect of which we" hi-ll be entitled to be paid,
by way of compensation for the
vesting in the Govemor-in-
Executive Committee by virtue of
this Act of the property in the
royalty is paid;
"well" includes bore-hole.
(2) Notwithstanding anything
In the definition of "owner" con-
lay be necessary, apply to ar
inquiry under this section.
13 (1) The Ancillary Rights
Commission, in considering
whether an ancillary right should
be granted and thi
conditions, if any. to be imposed
If such a tight Is granted, shall
havt regard, among other consid-
erations, to the effect on the amen-
ities of the locality of thc proposed
use and occupation of the land
the terms and <<" mod*" cla
(a) the manner in which, and the
pcrjons by whom, applications
for licences and leases shall be
made;
the fees to be paid on any
such application;
(c> the conditions as to the size
and shape of areas in respect
of which licences or lenses
may be granted;
'CARIBBEE*
ON DOCK
Claim To Eatulv
Granted
HIS IKlNtllll the Chief ,1ml...
Sir Allan Collymore. in thi C'ouit
of Ordinary vestcrduv ranted
the petition ol Josephine Stand*
ch ford of Ashton Hall, St, Peter.
11- widow, to the estate of her son.
late of
which .ha|i.
unless the Govemor-ln-Exe-
cutive Committee thinks fit to
modify
dify or exclude them in any , ,
rt.cu.ar case, be Incorpo/- **
THE MV Canubcc. wli
arrived here 011 Wednesday mo
inK, will go on dock at the Central Alexander Slandford.
Foundry foj cleaning and general Ashton Hall
overhauling today. Petitioner was represented i
The "Curlbbee" will be on dock Mr. l>. H. L Ward LnfltrttCtCd b
fwi . lew ,(.!>-. an.1 will rcsui.i. Mi H I.e.- Sarjeanl
)U regular voyages next wee:. The Chief Judge admitted t<
The MV. "Moneka", sister shio probate the
of the "Caribbee* was taken on persons: Albert
imilar
irher this
ivcthaul
r-k for
talned in the last foregoing sub- petroleum recoverable from such
section where the ownership of wcl'- lump sum representing
petroleum has, at the date of the the amount which the rights of
the
ApplicaUon
Granted
passing of this Act. been severed
from the ownership of the land
In which such petroleum is situ-
ated, the expression "owner" shall
be deemed to mean the person
who would, prior to thc passing
of this Act. have been entitled,
whether on his own account or as
agent or trustee for any other
person to receive any royalties
payable in respect of such petrol-
cum under a petroleum mining e^
licence or lease, or any successor
In title of such person.
(3> In this Act references to a
person having a right to search
for petroleum shall include the
right to make a geological and
geophysical examination of land
ana to bore the same, and refer-
of the lessee, as the
case may be, In respect of such
well might have been expected to
realise if they had been sold on
the twenty-eighth day of January
one thousand nine hundred and
forty-nine. In the open market by
a willing seller.
if the foil.
tMiiiitb. Mai 1
Knight, and Susan llenn,
late ul St. Michael. J..e |.h tile.l
man. late of Christ Cburchj
hie.ien. k Khii.!: Bdwarda, late ol
st Lucy.
The will of Adolphu* Nathaniel
twee lata of i' mi RdH Pariah,
lleumiti.i. ".1 re-scaled under
Section 37 of the Court of Ordin-
al y Ail of 18VI.
part
ated in any such licensi
lease.
respect of which the application <*> jhe remuneralion and travel-
is made llna llowance of the natmbtn
"(2) Where the Commission H nri secretary of the Ancll.uy
satisfied that It is expedient in the "'*n,s Commission.
public Intacta* that the application jJ?L*Z uS^ Ju\m^, ''
should be granted, the Commission ?" l?hSTf1'on 'h*'1 ** lf'd u'" 'N THE Court of Chancery
.hall, by order in writing, grant ^J!*J!^*&4+to>* yesterday H,s Honour the Vlce'-
i.uch application subject to such JfaJ/Knna(J i, 1 ^,,1 Chancellor. Sir Allan Collymore.
terms and conditions i.nd for sue. Sr5lSSof MdSf?lasaStaa ,n 8ult ot Winifred M. Johnson KINf ,
XS5?' aSS uonn",'.Sucnn order 'HURBtdS oTZATtSr'^* ^'^>^ &?"> 5^ -*^Kf o V <' SSf
think At: and upon such order ,lons are ,.ld ^f j. ,, (Delendant) granted an applica- lmnow, on , ,,. k , ^
being made the right specified n tna| ,hf, iei(uUllons 'lha ^ tion lOJ an order empowering the ^JJ* erdav bv Ills Wurmhi
the order shall vest in the appli- unnulied. the regulations shall Heglstrar to set up for sale the
cmii\\ m -------- ^.k, ,, thenceforth be void but without property In this suit 1.B1M) square
"^ffyrj-P* ytd prejudice to the validity of any- icet of laud and a dwelling-house
thing previously done thereunder in RsjatJ Street, Bridgetown at the
rrgula- upaM price of CSflO The last up-
set price was 700.
The decree for appraisement
enccs to the getting of petroleum aforesaid, and partly by the pay-
shall Include the working carry-
ing away, storing and treating of
petroleum.
Provided that in the case of a under this section shall confer
lessee, the compensation may, if the person to whom it is granted or ,0 tne maj,m|, of n_
r-in-Executive Com- any greater power than if thc iionri
mittee and lessee so agree, be righl had been granted by a person
satisfied by the grant to the lessee with power to grant such right In reckoning any such period of d ,
or to any person nominated by nor relieve the grantee from any forty days as aforesaid, no account " PtoPfr,v
him. of a licence or lease of such obligation or liability to which he shall be taken of any time Juring K,_ ,,,"'! 1MB
we3. or of lands comprising such would have been subject had th- which the Legislature i* dissolved Mr w w ^ewe Kt. liistrucl-
well, under the provisions of sec- right been granted by such a per- or prorogued or during which both M ov Messrs. Cottle Catforri mil
tion fmir of this Act, or partly by jon. Houses are adjourned for more '" appeared for the plaintiff.
the grant of a licence^ or lease as 14. (1) Where an ancillary right than seven_days
5 FOR WOUNDING
Mr. A. J II Hanachell.
Hock was found guilty of wound
Inj Oladatona BumaU of si
David's Road on March IB.
RINGS STOLEN
George Becklea. a labourer of
Claphani. reported to the P0U0
ymterday that two gol.i rhwr
valued at *15 00 wiie stolen fron
Ida hmise about 9am on Thin-
day
granted in accordance with the 21. The Oil Mines Act 1904 and /l*rsa IMtai
...ent of money. provisions of section thirteen of the oil Minn Order (Confirms- trfJCfct; 11 tat
(21 Any question as to the this Act, thc Ancillary Right* tion) Act 1908, are hereby repeal- '^ ''"' lourt for Divorce and
amount of compensation to be Commission shall, in default of ed. M.lnnionial Causes yesterday Hlr.
paid under this section shall. In agreement ~ between the parties 22. This Act shall come int; n nour the Chief Judge pro-
-lefault of agreement between Uta concerned, determine the amount oj>eration on such day ax theGov- nuuiiccd decree alsl in the suit ol 1,.
Teachers Conference
In B.G This Year
Vesting 0/ prcperfu in petroleum
in Covernor-in-ExecuHee
Committee
3. (1) Notwithstanding any-
thing to the contrary In any en-
actment or in any lease or other
instrument of title, the property
In petroleum existing in its
natural condition In strata with-
in the Island i.s hereby vested in
the Governor-in-Executive Com-
mittee.
(2) No person shall, after thc
commencement of this Act. search right, ur privilege is required
for or get petroleum except in order that petroleum may be
pursuance of a licence or lease property and conveniently search-
granted under this Act. ed for and got by any person to
4. Subject to the provisions of whom a licence or lease unt-ei
this Act and of any regulations 9Mutn louI has been granted, and
Governor-in-Executive CnmnVt-
tee and the owner, or the lessee
be determined by arbitration.
(3) Any sum to be paid under whom It shall be paid
this section shall be paid out or (2) The compensation to be
the Public Treasury on the war- paid | respect of thc grant of
rant of the Governor of thi- Gov- nny ancillary right shall be assess-
ed by the Commission on tin-
basis of what would be fair and
if compensation to be paid by the ernor may appoint by proclama-
-pplicant in respect of the grant tion in the Official Gazette
h right and the persons to "<*ZZ"" 'Zt^'Tt,
nnual
Ilrlti-h <
ram
KENMUHr N
ernor-in-Executive Committee.
Ancillary Highis
(1) Where any fa
reasonable between a willing
grantor and a willing grantee.
having regard to the terms and
conditions subject to which
right Is or is to be granted.
(3) Thc Commission may im-
pose as a condition if the grant
of any ancillary right that the
compensation payable in reapect
shall be paid or that
:';..:
HUSBANDS.
Mahal
Rr*d Ihiw timei and paaaed U. Im
laUv* Council " amendm*
ihirWvnlh Old nln* huodrrd sihI f.ity-nlr.
ji'Dtarv u irAcixK
anil Th' unnidmNiti of Uks Hm.uuralilr
the Hi* l^amalivs Caunril rvad a fttl and
aeeond ume and '|iwd u> b lh* Oen-
Asapmbly the nflh day of January
thonutid nln* hundrad anJ ftft>'
Kr.NMonr. n h hushandi.
l*ahar
V. H. Wilkinson (Petitioner).
It L. Wilkinson (Respondent)
Mr. C. Henderson Clarke. K.C M. Tei
instructed by Mr D, A lianilela
of Messrs. Hutchlnsan and Ban-
field, represented the |*titu>ner
There was no order as to costs
rilE CABIBBKAM Ulffll -'
II be hohtiiiK its '
fC c
a* !' Ihlnki St to 1
li> mh mrntlwi foi lit.
lh aMilieai>.>i.
-11 onii appoint a
m uu- (\min 1 it.ton
r Oiall I* paid fii.tti thr Puhl
Mty on lha warrant ..( In* Gi>^
1 I ... ..- (in. |....l.r l<> ')
,Urr. and -. irlarv ..I O.r Cii
fere
. from August II, '
if Barb
Mending thi 1
ronlact the secretary of the I'll T
Mr i) f (iuiith 1..1 InformaUa
ionieiiiiiig the 11 a v 1
Ixiarding.
may be pr.-
nmlr lit ihi
1 a i
IAVAOI
m'uconcS or l?S' l*o ^ "or ' "* and set iMlinlasmi and anv nrh ability or failure of the licensee exercised.
f.cencS rSSTah"? iV-nt- or lr>see to obtain aueh facl.ty. 10 The cc-ts cf and Incident
ed for such consideration "&' <>r P^ilenc | l-.ciemafter re- to any procetd^gs before th
(whether by way of royalty or ferrcd to as an "ancillary right >, Ancillary Rights Commission shall
otherwise) and upon mch other such ancillary right may be con- be in the discretion of the corn-
terms and conditions as the Gov- ferrcd on the licensee or lessee in mission and the Commission shi
ernor-ln Executive Committee the manner and subject to the pro- nave full power to determii
visions hereinafter appearing
(2) In particular, but without
prejudice to the generality of the
loregoing provision, such ancillary
rights shall include
(al a right to enter upon land and
to search for and get petn
leum;
HLHcati.e
m.m.u.-i ) rraadln> >f (ht
Aadilary auhu 1 ,.,.-........,
Thrr* -hall br a Commw>l>.n. to be
called th Aim-Hi*.. Rlgfau < 1,1.inn.
..hi ..ni-t.l n. ..' ^ f,^.,- ,.,,. ,
parMin. appolninl by th*
Ad shall pay
whom and "to what extent the costs
to be paid: and such costs
be recovered In a summary
before one of the Police
Magistrates of District A.
il) An appeal shall lie from
any order made by the Ancillary
Rights Commission to the Judge r.f
thc Court of Common Pleas who
'"P? decision shall be Bnal
I2> The procedure i
may determine.
Royalties
5. (1| Evei
lessee under
granted under
a royalty computed at the rate
specified %i the licence or lease
on the selling value of all crude
pelroleum or natural gas recov-
ered from the land comprised in
the licence or lease.
(2) No royalty shall be paid
In respect of any crude petroleum
used by the licensee or lessee for
purposes of production or for pur-
poses incidental thereto, or In re-
spect of natural gas which is not
sold.
(3) The rate of royalty to be
specified in any licence or 'ease
shall be determined by the Gov-
ernor-in-Executive Com mittc
when granting the licer.ee or lease
and shall not in any case be less
than ten per centum.
(4) For thc purposes of this
section, the selling value of any granted
crude petroleum or natural gas either at the tune when a lit
shall be such vahie as may be or lease is granted or at any
determined by mutual agreement s?quent time
between the Governor-in-Execu-
tive Committee and the licensee :n. An ancillary right shall not "' ,m* '*"* 0'.an ncil,*ry nglil
or lessee, or. in default of agree- be granted under this Art unless nnot be found or ascertained '
ment. by arbitration. ,, ,hown lo the satisfaction of "mn* f^!,"''!1.! r
,. Any royalties, or other ,he Ancillary Rights Com n.ssl-i jg^j^^mgjgm
quota payment or compensation at
iiforesaid, then th* amount of such
lietroleum quota payment or ft
i-ensalion shall be deposited In
la) that the persons with power I>uWlc Tre.,ury
to grant the right are nu-ner- (2) Any momei 0^^,^
ous or have conflicUng Inter- ,hp Pubiic Treasury in accordance
**"; arlth the provisions of subsactio
l that the persons with power ,,, o( thi% ^lon sr,;,li. lt|P
to grant the right, or any ol application being made to tne
them, ore residing out of the Ancillary Rights Commission by
Colony, or cannot be ascer- any person claiming such monies,
talned or found: be paid out by the Colom.l
(c) that the persons from whom Treasurer on the written direct).>i
civ
The Wlasbirj M In* C* I...M uflK* (or a lam.
and .riall br rliai|,|P :
11.......1. .1.11
o.MT rsats,
rr appolnl-
1*1.....i*d by r
J.iHr ol th
C'fiufl u( ''
lb) a rigid lo use and oc
land lor Uta erection of
buildings and tanks, thc lay- nactsun with any appeal to th
ing and maintenance ol idtn f0urt of Common Pleas under th.<
pipes, and the construction of Act and the scale of fees and costs
such other works as may be Vo ^e appll"d in such an appeil
required for the purpose of shall be such as may be deter-
scarching for and getting mined bv rules to be made by the
j>etroleum; Judge of the Court of Common
(c) a right to obtain a supply of Pleas.
water or other substances in (3) The coats of and incident to
connection with th search for any appeal to the Court of Com-
or getting of petroleum: BMO HtM Iflsdtl "11s Act shall
(d) a right lo dispose of water or be in thc Iba Judge,
other liqui-1 matter obtalne:! and the Judge shall have full
while searching for or getting power to determine l whom and
petroleum. * wf,al axte-m the costs are to be
(3) An ancillary right may be oald.
licensee or kajaaa __. ^, ,
Mi 1-II mm on. nnd General
17. (1) If the person entitled t
he paid a petroleum quota pay-
ment or compaaswtaon m respect
ofbt* ol any n i
to eonaniui Ut adaOS
In llio raw ol iIIim-- .ru>Darltv (,r
dbaai.ee ol any .n Ui .
'nlaMon. Uw iii.i
.mh neraun he tlimh. I i
ilep.il> In uch inrmbrr
Nu mantber if the romim.. wl.e
la a parly to ur benrtlria n
In any apabeatlon lo thr r i nilalin
inqulra Inti aurh apimcatkin.
and 1
What's on Today
Meeting of Ifouilni Hoard
at IU in a.m.
Police Band at Anaual
Mi/ ii- St II.Mil- Hchool.
CttfM < mo. ii at ; no p m
f.iiillnll at Kemiliiton at
.-1 aa p.m
Hask.l Rail al the VMC.t
al 7.30 p in
IIM'I'Y If. If A .'.'
-:.i>l\. 11 I'MNS ijivi:
1
It I V I 1.1.
m-.ii \ 1:1 \
UTOM \< H I'lHllnH
HEX IIX nillHH iIS I
(till l.lVr.K OIL MB"I.SIIIN
an BmulMOn ID palatable form
Suitable t. tbilikren ami adults.
(H.ll AM) INrHEN/A M1XT1RE
SlRll- Of IIVPOPHOHPHITE* ....
KNIGHTS' DRUG STORES
KOK RKXALI. raOOUCTf
CHKCK THIS LIST NOW !
IMtYS
BOYS' '. HOSE(.t.v oali fl s .72 uir
BOYS' sunns
b. Itllaai will pljiin iiiloun. a H"c. $2,111. S2.42
and $2.92 ..... I.
BOYS'ETON CAPS .... A Ut. ...id 38c. c.ch
PLASTIC BELTS (h 3tc. ..
HI.ACK mid TAN LACS SIIUKS
(ShM 2:.) ................. $$.14 pair
HI.ACK LACK SIIUKS (Si/.. 25) ...... M.00 pair
TAN LACE Slllll g (Si/, 2$)...........$C.20 pair
mi 'i.l I il.'.i i...............from H7c. lo $1.11 yd.
OMULS
l)YH> LIMA'SIn Navy. Royal. Brown. Ilrinr. Pink.
C.r.-...i. (I.ild. Paack unt Whilr B 82c. 94c, and
7c. a Yd.
I'\ l I. TOHIIAl.l'Oin WliiK- K.ival nnd Navy.
(INI Mil \ s LACE SHOES
In llliirk .mil Thi (Si/fs III) ir $4..10 a pair
QIBLS' LACE SHOES(Sana 25) '.. $5.14 a paic
PANAM \ II ITS ,. |lJt $1.79 ..ml $1.82 each
BEBETS in Orean, Balfa, llrown Saxc, Red,
Bayal ...id Ni.v> l -I "I each.
Ills., .-.! .!
Bulara. (fiiint. iVnrilN. Bkaraaaa
Plattfaana. Btlerbrooa mid Watani
ll.il.l.... (.ol.l.n
i\ I Minil.iin Pens.
NEW AKKIVALS
mv s CHOCOLATI
ASKL NITS
n. Hi Slid I lb BO*-*
Priced at
0r and Sid' per H\
Also tllKSII Mlli-MLM of
III MI'MKLV'S
Ml 1-1 Mi I'II \ 1 H
Kr:M>;i)ii:s
llumpbrt'j's SpteU i
<..ii Nunbars) .50
Humpbic i Veteriiiiu .
RamadlM l 20 \
Humpiii. f't Witch Hass 1
Liquid
Hum] w 1 11 isi
Liquid
llumpbii Witch II / I
Olntmanl
Humphn-Y- Wit. ii Han I
Oinlment
HARRISON'S BROAD ST
To make a Savoury Dish
really tasty-
11.:
BKK1Will 111 Kill All
LIMITED
MAR M HE
The Vitamin B Yeast Food
Had* tn lii(ljnd
monies payable by a licensee or lr,at II Is not reasonably practii
lessee under a licence or lease to obuin the right in que-tio
granted under this Act shall be private arrangement for an
paid to the Coloniat Treasurer. thr following reasons-
and. without restricting any other
mode ot recovery, may be recover-
ed in any court of competent Juris-
diction by any person authorised
In that behalf by the Govemor-in-
Execulive Committee
f2) All such royalties an!
monies shall be paid by tlte Colo-
nial Treasurer into the Public
Treasury to the credit of the
general revenues of the Island.
Refurnish your Rooms
with ihose beautiful Furnishing Fabrics
Art Silk-Cotton Furnishing Fsbrcs
In green, rose, gold. 48" w.de Per yd Sj
A/k>
Cotton Sheeting
.72" wide. Per yd. M*'1-
White Cotton
Napkins 1
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO
10. II, 12, $ 13 MOAD STMET


MOB STX
R.\Rn.\no<; advocate
SATfRnAY. MAY . IfM
SMARTING STYES RED RIMS WATERING
BLOODSHOT WHITES CRUSTED LASHES
Take learning NOW
The work your eyea lam to << every
lay impota ig mi wunn oa ywui eye-
lajhr. Because ihey do mi > e mu
.icute pain you overnrt* mht cyc.
Watch for any one of U>e*aax danfe-
Mguli ro appear Waa*h*t eye*,
red rimi.iryc*. Mnarhaar. a-.rim .>r
> rurted U.he% -*nd ail imm-di Haff,
II you neglect your cya; *.*! harm
t*n4*dae.
Optrex eye bath-, evcrv day will
relieve your eve* from i Tuition and
wjvh-m-.yil>cJjrl- o -i.rm-laden
dut whivh i^ tli.' gH l ot m much
rmfjfc
VTht'ttf* vnw W/rtT /aW v Ai ..
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Diitributon
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I
SATURDAY, MAY I, IW
BARBADOS ADVOCATF.
fAGE SEVEN
CLASSIFIED ADS.
IRTH
CONtiKA"'
UHAT.IWAtTfc
are doing *1'
CLARKF W'
At am >
...Wp on the 171!
.-.. awoolil.vi
l wa* Intel
May. ISM
e. Don* O*bor"
CMWM N Y Euntco Oa%!.
CMifc. Gordon Clarke
Children
feHtoiM
Kill UU
FOII III > II
1950 One
the Best
Of
WASHINGTON
Government economists loJ*>
--------------M inflation tinges on the nation's
economic horizon but pr.;.
chalk up 1950 as one of the best
"" "lU,of the postwar .ve-rs.
""Hn* At this point.

fully lurauahsd. tnniaiaa
bedroom*, drawing and Dining raew ,
Mng the s*. and ail I beUe-ve there is little doubt that
the
| : |t| *.
V \'l-\ii[j: IMMEDIATELYA nn
d l>uaine_ Hand with or without
"'" Suitable for Dry Good*, ata-
UanMV. Le-thrT or any other MnuLi
i-pe ol Bualneaa colled "bluo Houar
in 1-trm Street Apply Immediately
Th_m aM Dial MM. attar hour. IIM
> I SO.f.n
Ml NGALUW. aJao Flat. I >n. . iu.
...d. Haetlntfa. fuiiiiihed ft urn Ma> IB
Ml comfort*. Enjuaa bath* with MatM
"'< telephone*. Verandah, le.-
paono BMJ. 11 ) II-
ibt thai
will go
_j
111'Mi A
AUTOMOTIVE
, the current calendar
i down In the books srw
; sideruble lir.provement
, up* and downs of 1H4.
I The usual summertime lat>
dMrn in buiine-.!-.. ht-i.htr-ned by
the regular influx of wl m weather
iob seekers. Is the only economic
| )U in sight. And it may go by
with little or no trouble.
Expectations are that Industrial
[activity, spurred b> increased
defense spending, will move alon,-
at a strong rate for the rest of the
ear although a slight decline may
ft in during the second half.
Important
Congressional act'
ARRIVALS
(I S P 4 T For***.. TOS I
* 9 Atlai
Capt
Ber.Be-. 4.B1S tone
i*rt. Cept
net. Ctpi
m wurkina
1 B_Ma_ I
M # -an
CAH Morn. Minor Mechanic.V
Ooxuid Pile* (*> 00 Appl) Froifrvi
Ko Bus Co. Ltd. DUl St1
MM
II 1' Bi perfect i
rrvnan*. J
St Thome*
CAH Mumi
ran Royal Garage.
I.MI
>W -- Attractive and airy
Moorland!-. Mtuated on St
re Coaat. nrar Appleby Comfortably
iflnod with every convenience Thrar
-m and Garage Beautiful Sao
a lounga "Jullable far email
'...IV n-on, .brood taking up roaldenco ,,,, rent controls and fXClSC taxes
in the Colony Apply on prernMe* DO-
nrpARTViuU
Srhnonrr Adeline. lona art. C.
rieoaanins. for St. Lucia
fchofiar Mermaid C SS lona r- .t mi
Cap! Joarpn. for St Lucia SO Sntahrd I II
In Touch With Barbados' Coaatal Station
Cablr and Wireioa. - r-w_e. Aaeoa Rancor. proMdoit
advtae thai they can now commurU*to k _. Carl. Ka(,tUv. Sou K
with thr foiioMlnc Htlpa throuajh tnaat M. ta Aknao PWirn. O .iron*. R
aarbasM Ca >' OonSfM !.- Iseaj
8 I SMoro. Willerwlad. N O Bos- N'"t H.n> OatlaU. Kpt.mxoa. Lon
noa, Koto Caoi'iTidic Laka Conlm. om
|Mlir, Allantiati. Mrl !'. 8 V>r- Pu
cilto. Morminua. Ata.-n. BnOl. Lonr- CU
wood. Lla. Chamaw. Atlantic Ship|-t H
HrtUUIa. Bin-nkl
II
COM aalMi. Ji
rrHrn^lTalUr lElsa7 DI iwlU P'>" a" Important part in trr
J! 50-n.
I
t July Apply Mkfa
lunt bcrklea Road
I with 1 bedroom*
situation.
Economists said a "mild" infla-
tion might be generated if rent
controls are completely abolished
and consumers are given a dose
nf excise t.ix relief
I Officials estimated that com-
bination of rent control*
would probably result In a 10 per
cent average nation-wide rent
'reasc. In some areas It might
I' .tin*.
I 4.10l.f.n
3 DMroom.
Phono 1I7
3 3 SO- Sn
FORD EMilMT: Onr V-O Pord main
drua ulhrr part* Fi|uiir Aulo Tyia Com
pony. Trafalgar Struct Phonr MM
m io if .a
TLLCTRICAL
RAini) obi
cim-i i
111 Valve P> Rod
i> Apply; Mr*. Ml
Matthla. Gap. Ch Cl
J M> li
MECHANICAL
Hirvrija-Good condition.
ply Good, Jubllco. ClblM
Prior S B SOHi.
MISCELLANEOUS
SPORTS SHIRTS -Spec I j
r Indiirrd Draught Fan nol
Mo 13 MalUirwi St Vatra
i with Law a Cornell. aU
|.|.aa_4n
MARKHAMOn tM Saw Haall
liitmihcd ot unTurruohod 3 brdro
with all mortrrn convonlrticra Gao
for cooking Apply_ KlUr Court, (climb to 25 |*r cent
Tlu> would boost the cost of
living by a "sizeable" two to thr'v
per cent and probably would per-
suade labour to press for higher
wages, they said
Ubara] excise lax retiuction
would simply put more money lr
the hands of consumer*.
Thus, another rouno of inflation
might develop this summer
but the possibility the president
and the congress would take the
two key steps are rated as fairly
; lim
The homebuilding industry his
et the business pace during this
Ural six months of the
u;iking strength has
spread to other fields, particularly
ri inn sales
UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER
By Inrtrucuom
cd from Mr 8
houar which I*
atanor* now and rrcrnlly palntrd on
Iho apol at Monlcka. St Philip on lanU
of Mlaa Mlllicrm Crlrhlow on Thuia
day noxt Tlth May al 1 o'clock. It !
two tool*, wllh ahad and kitchen at-
tached. Satno mml b* aold Trrmi
Cart. D'ARCY A. aCOTT. AucUooecr
%4M f
MARL. SAND.
mmiiN M.H I n.
and LDR
DUl UU !
BICYCLES
III Kl I IIS KIM.
* <* I UmlmW ModcU
1 and without 3 Speed:
KIN Bit VCLtS
< i-ii or Terms.
M.W S %^l A (II
SHIPPING NOTICES
o*uui^(LvL
AHRIVAI.S- B. B W I A L
Prom Trinidad.
Brmlre Lopca. Anthony Lop or. Sylvl
Rochlord. Vatonlca Rochford. John H"
nanda*. Irrn* Hrrnandn. Otfuiun RoU
kaya Dm in) n ..".it s. I AatM Bsoi
j.>-|,h.n timotr, lUirn Walton. Pk.t
rnco Yard. Robrrt Chalk'
King, Daphna Kinj. Amalia Pctrrii
Mac Bllm Fmrlra. SxMan
Nancy Prt-rlra. Alicia Prrrrtra
DtPAHTt'Riaa-B( B W I A L
Pol Trimoad:
Mr Otwald Fill. Mia Angrla liv.
Ifdraa, Mi u.itw it Uoiiaalvra. Mra 11
ManUr. Mlaa Lola MantW. Ml Lorn
CBMOsle. Mi Hilda Cunachu. Mk
ithrl. Mr Alw

, |o. Ml- I
,. -



Hi LI
*"' "
drrd aralry. Mi- J
t, ,hr| a*> M S*. i upon n
Mr Robrrt Rpoonor. Mr
Mr Saimirl
H..II011 A'lrrno. Mr Joarph Nrtaon. Mr
Briralord Rif>
the durable goods industries when .
gTcat denuind ha^ been f.-lt l r
home furnishings and equipnten:
Unemployment is declining bu.
a rise Is expected in sumiuer. it
may reach five million but tlie
degree of seriousness in the pro-
bUin Mill be measured by Ui-
numbcr of persons who have be. .
looking for )obs for many months., drnr" will t- .h-ro i "<
Highi now. officials said, the num-i on^; n,amma wad .,* o.
ber of people in that group is n >r| dl|-rv Mal| al t , thc Mb Ma.
great enough to cause widespread i imo
MAIL NOTICES
Hail at f am Roaialn.r.1 M*i
pat) Mail -I IW P
, IS30
I Tltntda-l h) <>
REAL ESTATE
tindcnlamrd wUl onVr tor rajr t
.omprtlllon at thrlr offlrr Jan .
In dji^own, on Friday thr lit
at 1 p.m 1 acrr ) roodi s 3
r Und al Mm well, nrar T..
i.t Church Thu land whlc
public road baa a tnnn.iv
> Ihr bungalow rrcentl'
ragf.
by Mr. M. L. Hoi
rLOfH PAG"-Opened and waahed
^ile. all marha taken out Apply
Hunt* Co Lid over Hal* *
ORh l*.wtr Broad Blrorl Dt.l
rtNfMT PAINTS Brondram llendrroon
Incomparable Forrat Orrrn Sun Ptool
KFVSTONP While and colour*. aporUl
prltnrr.. dlMrmnrn Palnlr M St gin.
Diitamprr tJ SJ sin. Thry aie Hero
A BAKNI-N At Co Lid
ruruii
..f ... .- apply
HUTCH IN SON
IIA SO- In.
particular* and t
ndlti.'i
BANTDTLD.
Solicitor-.
jaSBjRl S-r.tt
fjHix-riiY rrrMH-
3S. Kurbink ftirr
iric-1 EVapo-
: Paper, l-tb
S.TZ 'Si
saw in.
<;AIII>KN HOB- H.lf Inch BomiUW
...l.brr Hoar Doublr Braided for ostra
.tror*1h Pperlal Coah Prlcr of SO 9
t<-r so fort O W. HuUhlnot Ar Co.
Ld Dial *3Zt 3 S SO4n
BL'NUALOW A lubrlantlal Wall Bun-
ir-i.iw. Vrruidah on Uiroa aldra. Draw
i. Room con.binrd. 1 bodrooma. kitchen-
die. pantry, tollrl and BoUt Water and
electric arMMa Prult and coconut
tnrea on approximately on* aero of
mi Eniranc* In Marino aardrni Cap.
! ,.. Hotel Royal. Apv-> to Ownor
\u.nda>. Wcdnradara and Baturday* lor
inaporUon, thaoaftar aaalad odor In
anftfeftg >. so3n
4,VIII\MI\i NOTICES.
ARCIHTKCT AND TOWN PLANNING COMMISSION
It is hereby notified for general information that the opening
version of the Architect and Town Planning Commission will be held
at the Town Hall on Monday, the 15ih of May. 1950, al 10 o'clock
in the forenoon.
Persons desirous of giving evidence arc asked to forward their
names and addresses together with any memoranda to
i THE SECRETARY.
Architect and Town Planning Commission.
Town Hall,
not later than Saturday the 13tb of May, 1950
6.5.50 -Sn
HOHSF TRUCK at
Apply
I'UHNITUHJt akrvoral Buroaua, uiu.ll
T.a.i. China caoineu, Morna Chain
Klc. al Boi-'i Praooa ba Ralph A
Peord'a Auction Boo ma. Hatdwood
Alley Opon dally a.m. to 11 noon
4 S SO-Sn
--CASVIIJJE'. Navy Oardona Ch. Ch.
Thtee bedroom buimaiuw ttandma on
a,MI aq. feot land. Can bo arm at am
lime by appoir.tn.tnt. Apply C A. Prirce
raWM 33*0 or S7* a4*0Tn
PAtNTt t C I ^ital orTrr
Polnta S3 45 por ffnllon Come
them A BAHNE8 Co
I -13n
STOCK Cloar out of North Brlilth
Yvreo and Tuhe. at mat Sire* M0 an I
MM) 10 and 450 II. Only a frw avail.-
hie Port Royal Oaa-agr Ltd. Tr>ei>lw>ne
4504 1 S SO-Sn
By public competlUon al our office.
IT lliah St on Thurrday II May, at
1 p m Ihr dwclUmjnouM of two atoteya
comprulna'puhllc rooma. two b<
kitchen, both rt*. with ahop ,
Handing on DM aq ft of
Twerd.idr Road and llunta Road. City.
Apply to Mr. E 11 Kiit.m. ihi
on the preniiie- Further
lached,
CAT FORD Ol CO
from CUTTLE
WATER Pt'MP One Hi eeond-hand
'-ij.ie" Wider Pump 80 fallom par
hour Drawn by V. h.p. 110 volt, aln.le
nhoir Motor. Apply: The Battmdoi
Fmindry. lad White Park Rood. St
klicharl 5 SOin
WANTED
HELP
QUALIFIED MFa-llANIC-ror Adding
and Typcwnim Department.
Bradahaw a, Co. 4 9 w4a
A OIRL For our Oftlca J W. Hawll
Tailoring Emporium. Coleridge St opp<
alto Ptre Btisade Station. Appl* w"
H*ler and In perron. 4 a.ao -at
OENEHAL SLHVANT -Mo-t alcop In
Uood reirrmcro rcQUirrd. Apply Cit-i*
i. rontabolla. 4 B BOin
AU THAT crrlaln meaauaae or rtorr
nowo ai No 4S Roebuck Strrrl atand-
|g on S-TM H ol Und. The
uildlna hai been rerenlly remodelled
ud renovated Inspection on appllca-
Ion to the undrraljmod.
Tlir proprn, will be art up foT aalr
iv public competition al our ofDca.
nvei strrel. BrMSwUnrn. on rrlday.
:iii May i*so, al 1 p.m.
YEARWQOD BOVCE
Sollcitora
so. -i ...
At the office of the uiwlrratfnod <
Friday nei llth inatant al 100 p.n
by public eompeiltion.
1ST aharea IB Baibodoi Ice Company
M ,. .. Shiw.ltil Ttadln. Co.
Limited.
ISO .. Central Fmindry Limit*
YEARWOOD Si BOYCF.
Solicit..
1*1 IU M VWTITK*
PUBUC LIBRARY
TENDERS are invited to equip Hie ground floor of The Public
Library with adequate fluorescent lighting.
Detailed information as to exact requirements may be obtained
from the Public Librarian.
Tenders In scaled envelopes should be addressed to the Chairman.
Board of Trustees, Public Library, and must reach lunt by BOOB
Monday May 6. 1050.
The Trustees do not bind themselves to airept the lowest or any
tender. 264.502n
Attention is drawn to the Control of Priics (Defence) (Amend-
ment) Order, 1950, No. 17 which will be published in the Official
Gazette of Thursday. 4th May, 1950.
2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling price of
"MilkFresh" is as follows:
Man your Wntiaa
Irom IhMf . .
.Una of Bacon
;ti. ".I Boron
tin. Houaagr*. rmall
. Xauaooree, 11 Ol.
.. Cocktail Sanaa**- UB m.
Macaroni and Chee>e
.. lUma
Prune*
LoOO. HaOalna per lb
CurranU par lb
Tin. TomatOr*
. Tomato Julre
Prult Salad
SilART
& SAMPSON
LTD.
I i rviii ii a lim i hoi "
-IIHI'S"
NEAR THE CRAKE
ii i-i\t nm AT II A M
....
"-'
Anuque Mahogany CelUtotte.

.in.
H Jaaga
'." .....B
i
filled ait-l '
Wal
.-tin.*- lable.
htlr) uletnlU.
Tho Sell OAJU9KMIA W .11
aiirpt Car*., and Pae>ier lor
81 Vincent ,i*4 TrlnaUd Sau-
Ini Th .
Tho Sch KVUtDrNK will ac-
cept Cargo and P*aarngara tor
Ti-ridad Sailing galSSI SUt
Tho M V MOMIKA will ae-
ropt Cargo and Pamenaer* for
Domini... AtaidMa Montarrrat.
.-.I -t Km. Dole !
Sailing to be given
The Sch I'NITCD PILOR1M S
will accept Cargo and Paaaongeia
lit St. Lucia Shi.m Frtdav
Mh mat.
wi naoits oin
Aaaar. ilae I <...!.....
HIIMII.I t ..BM I-
CaALAA-D UNI LIMIT
UR|
fine
*K!
rtve i
about lOtk Mas-
~~ "IP DIaTPT" -, r M
ndaalil> May SUt M.l
Mth, Sydawy. May ssth. B>t>-
Tth. arrtvlna- at Ttnu-.l
about 4U> July. iwoOt i about Jul. HH.
Thooo vreaela hare ample cpere for
hilled, hard tram and] amoral eanao
Cargo ajanyOaa an tnrough bU.i ol
ledfaal wsBt tnouSUarnmi at Trinidad
fetf BnUeh CRiaano. Borbodoa. Windward
\ '-wword TaMakSB.
For ftothor porKrulari jnpl.
urMNBoo WTTKY a COMPAMV. LTD
W A&COCb Steamship Co.
V One.
lack- Mlt

Cabinet, f

'"'' miidel
Toy Mill. M'thosanv and Sbooy
,, .
I
ppod Tablea. II Mahog-
any Dining Chair*. Mahogany ride
11-..T.I M 'lee MahOE-
...... i
. IWi>-.n
FMrnituhe, Mahogany, and Iron
double and .Ingle lled.teod*.
II hlnda ol mlm*1Iajieoua
Bodreom Furniture. Medi
M
Mud
|..l Si. III..J....
Mil ORLSAVB IIIVK I
a Are.
K.O. B'Sao
W M*> I Tin May
lltb May 31 Ma
II.( May 11th June
M- TOBK SIBVH7R
aoHe An.
H.t. B'doa
Naaae al Ship
' "ALCOA PILGRIM
. "ALTflA PENNANT"
' "ALCOA PATBIOT"
NORTBBOI'RD
Li "ALCOA POI AMIS'
A RTCAMSSI"
A XTEAMBR"
Throe vraaola havo Ufl
.i--ti.it>. i
Apnl Mlh
Mav inn
May SSth
May lit
Ma, 11th
May Mth
Mav SSth
Juno ISih
For Montreal A St. Lawrence Hirer
Purta
For Montreal St Lawrence River
m
Fur SI John. Montreal and SI. Law-
tence River Porn
ac.-.i in modal Ion
jp^ HARRISON LINE
U OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM:
Vessel
"LORD GLADSTONE"
SS "ADVISER"
SS TEMPLE ARCH"
From
M.borough
a Glasgow
Liverpool
1 "iitlon
6th May
0th May
Due
lUiitl.iilul
241 h May
20th May
HOMEWARD FOR THE UN1TFJ) KINGDOM:
Vessel
SS. "COMEDIAN
For
Liverpool
For further particulars apply to
Closes in Barbados
12th May
ARTICLE
RETAIL I'KKE
(not more than)
MILKFresh:
(1) Delivered by Dairy to Consumers' addrass
(a) In properly stoppered milk bottles ,, 12c. per pint
(b> In other containers...... 1 me. per pint
(2) Sold at Dairy premises
(a) In properly stoppered milk bottles .. HHc.....
(b) In other containers lOHc.....
(3) Delivered in bulk-churns or palls 10-Vic.
Retailed by Itinerant vendors or shop-
keepers ........ 11V.C. .,
5.5 50'2ii
PRIZE
. mm i HAI
w Ml.Ml
ALU* art".
DANCE
M. M,'
i" Mi i i.id .:. s t t
wiih the We.i in-
dlea Ban .1

jUirislian Scienre \
KradiiignMim >
j
i
i
I
J Visitors Are Welcome a
isr Plt>K. IIOwlN A WINS
.11. oed SlraeM
1 t.'ur 1 1 ;i.m. 2 p-BL
Tu.-day. Woiiicadoys,
Frluaya.
10 a.m. 12 o'clock
Saturdays
DA COSTA ft CO., LTD Agent..
Sea .b -.......,
. It Nlltl HAASS
Je reed, burrowed,
I'lllSO.VXI.
Tin: PUBLIC are hereby warnod
iil-iinat siring cradll to my wife Mr*
1 .hiA PAJUUS (nao Ortmoai aa 1 do
not hold niyarlf rooponalble for her or
..n^-one ilae controctlnS any debt 01
debti In my name unkofl by a written
liter algrved by mo.
*n CONIIAU PARJILS.
Brtna Hill.
fnrtablo Bodrooni wlUi runnins w-trr
SlluaWd on Worthing Coaat Good Sea
r-iihinu. N W. Hart. Boa Plrtd. Piol
K--i HSOSn
NOTICE
Any panon or perooni who may ba
con.Merlng the purchar* of parrel of
Uaxl at Bkeno-a HlU. SS. Ororgo. be-
longing to Mr*. Ivy BdJUt Aahby. Mra.
Rrlino lone Glttona and oUiara are
neraby wamrd that there U an Agroe-
n-nt to -II 4 Aeroa of UUa land to aa
the under^isnad and aro adrlaed to bbo
our Solicitorr. Maaarr Carrtngton *
Soaly who will give full '"*" ">"
MISCELLANEOUS
II ,r\..J.- > BBSM '
uaad. Other B.W.I.
inted. Apply Box A.
S SOSn
A Thanksgiving SmiiT
available S PENELCV 111* S'..i-.|i
importer. tM. OUWfB-ll "ct Rrt B-mine-
WSl BSSIS. I '"
Will bi
lAtlXit.
1.1 in N
by
v:si v COBfaTI
I MM. O U O Odd FrllO*
Lodge Room. Day Street. 01
R-jnday 14ih May l* at S p m
I Mrmben ol Kindred Lodges 1 nd
I Friend! aro Uvvlied.
High Blood Pressure
Kills Men & Women
High Ulc*>d Prearure. which
UatoOl i large ol Life and
MM nl may h-*rl trouble
and later on of-par l it it atroBea Com-
( it.^h "lood PB-
. *.-. Iradatheo at
; .1..: 1 -'.-- 1 ii'.l aliova >-'.
1.1 .11. iin.... Bhort
br*a(h, pama in heart, palpitation,
. ;>aaof memory anO -neigy.
led. (ear and worry U you
auffor any of theeo aymotoou. da* 1
irnonta olS
NOTICE
(U like i
tun ahall dc<
NOTICE
Will the Lady h" bo.ij
plan's and -u t. >
3S aaadJi n.nge pieaie c.ll 111 '
collect it a* un a* pooubie
FRANK BAKER
i .11.-1. I R.
On 1 In- -ilcn iml.it for Crkk
'<' are nhvnys on (lie uleri It*
'I III. IIC.MIIAI.
( I.NTK.M. nil Miu\
:>ii>miii >i
I.TII.I'roprirlnr..
NATURAL
SFSIfaSSg oaaU
GAS
ereier a eleaa la.l 1. astaSSi
WHY?
e,c\^x PAINTING
I FOR J
V CHILDREN J
^b^, aas-fy
THE ADVOCATE MAIKIMIII
JUST WILLIAM'S
M.MilC I'AIVIIM.
HOOKS
AIM I
< 1 mi 1 hooks
PAINTINti c TKAC-
IN I MMUMIi COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES
EXTRA MURAL DEPARTMENT
n> BfcOBVabM with the YM.C.A.
"BACKGROUND TO TITO"
A Lwlurc by
B. H. EASTER
at b 15 1
on MONDAY. MAY 1, 1>90
lit Ihp Y M C A
ADMISSION
_____________
C.M.C., C.B.E.
t>
AUSTIN
CHOOSE
CASTRO!
WE AE OFFERINO . .
HILLS BADMINTON
TAKE SOTlCg that 1 the Owner
.itornry. Receiver of tho above Plan
t200 ondrr the prov-lona of tlto abo*n
vet agalnat Iho id Plantation, in io
i- A.ntviltural year ISSS V
owed undo
io money ha* been
Agricultural Aid*
lie Ait 'a* tho eaar may i
ie-port nl auch yror
" i Hh day of Hay IS
F.nwAHns
art of
. ed fh~
danger. Maatao
tformerly hnown aa llynoti. a new
r-.l.i. - High mood
h ih.- nrat doae. taBeO a
lieavy 1.-J -ff Hi- h.art. and nakei
you leel yea'a younger Io a f-w day*.
flei No-co Irom yur ckooi-l today.
It I* auaranteod to make you loot St
and atrong or money back.
3 Leaving Srkwl Nrxt Ttra?
ha\t: i
; you ronnderrd Journaltrm
The IWoadoa Advocate la looh-
In for a brUhl young man to train
a- Sub-Idltor Apply now In writing
riving full detail* to trvo Editor
I Advocate M Broad Street
^o
SMOKING MIXTURE
AT REDUCED PRICE
C. CARLTON BROWNE S
Uholrsalr *V Retail DruggUt f
1J6. Roebork SI. Dial 2*13 ft
V->*e*a^iQ<^e>Or><,*>f>r-&rer>rxo *
LONGER LIFE B MORE POWER 1
LOWER RUNNING COSTS WITH BEDFORD
4 0>l>li:it4 i\i VEHICLES
J^54 tr#H 9m ihi'in Emmrfftmhmrm,
iioiii m I'liim I.Tll. 5 01 IlllSi t.Alttl.l .
TO BREAK L.S.A. STOCK
RECORDS
J
J
CAR

Caalrol la s!o.kod by tha
dtsmbuiora ot Auaiin
Con
THE MASTERPIECE IN OILS
IV* GOT BETTER IT** GETTING POPULAR IT'* CROWN GINGER ALE
.


rAGE EIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
W.I. 1950 Tour Opens To-day
SATURDAY, MAY i. 15
Yet To Win a Gttme
A t Worcestersh ire
B> H..M.
Today ihe West Indies open their tour proper against* Wor-
cestershire at Worcester. ;md the.r perform-nc In 'his
initml ame ot what promises to be a memorable tour
will be followed with interest throughout the crick'tinn
world.
Barbados Friendly Football
Aaaociation
In mmh "i* vim to ba enMitd
\t \ KmcK-ouI
1 Cwnf*tll.M i* II
r pi*..- ..--row H- Shea imMi
roHonum are * tNm a wh.ic
Tranquillity Team Soon J^H~*B
Here ror lourney
IT. INDIES
SELECT
TEAM
i From re 1
ihaa, bui loi
as ;i whol
I rtamtn
only for Si_. .
the sake of the too
He thought the si
the side would make plenty "' home side
ot runs; "they are excellent play* > to-dav? The
who know how t,, use their fei
and wrists well."
Mr. Kidney forecast that by U
end of the tour Frank Worrell
' Never before perhaps hat a tour
been packed with so much inter-
est, and many Questions will be
answered before the final same Is
played.
Caa late Weal Indies beat eef-
i.uid Id Eniland la perhaa* the
mal pertinent qaesUan. and a
victory bj the tourists will an-
swer It eATeetlvel*.
To-day's game will be the sixth _
asion on which the West Indies aWerton and Collet* ended tip
e batted agaii.st Worcester. Wm* a*1"* ot football In a one-
nonc of the other five have " draw when the two teams met
the visitors been able to defeat In Second Division return Fix-
Can they do so ture at Queen's Park yesterday
position of the
Everton. College
Draw 11
SECOND DIVISION
1950 team, and its performances
in the prat-lice games, give it a
talr chance of avenging the defeat
>t its predecessors, but in any
would be hailed as one i.f the !): *"*M ,hp "Hmo wl11 **>
batsmen in tiio world
Frankie VTuriell
lie said that Wo,, ell was n great
batsman who was unlikely |0 do
things in a sensational way. but
would go along steadily, beating
the field with Ins cleverlv placed
alrefcaj
keenly fouftht one.
I9M
In the 1900 tour.the first visit
Of a West Inrtle the match ..gainst this county
was their econd engagement
They had lost the opening fixture
Warrell had coined valuable fff*? Lo"rtn ?ou!Sy- and "if?
experience of KnglMi condition. ,ost 1n W,.,cc tersWre b> 213
la the Lancashire Leagae last '"U* ut j-
season. He was more orthodox ,li,?, fft" gWP **
In style thai, another excellent ^ *,,r'"n ** and 6\ A- *.
batsman with Ihe team. Everton ( "* S*'J** * "'th* ^"V*
g^g-A-sna s? aas; r&xv s
howling.
ihe
AskedI if he thought the leading ._,
West Indies leagues of to-dn> were 13*'*
of Iho same standard BJ Qioaa 'I'h.-re was m. Ilxturo with Wor-
when he played (or the West |n- '"eater in 190B. and in 1923, when
dies In the 'twenties, Mr. Kidney ''" weal radial paid their third
said the. .i, :i> as good. >''"' to EngUnd. the game had to
idoned
owing to a severe storm.
Before that however, the county
had scored 223 with George John,
Trinidad fi '
. no baa
West Indies scored 145 Joe
Small top-srorlng with M
W. > i ..I .olln t.-.l l7Ti tor
'" in their second Innings, when
m broke, and ended the
[>BM SnulVn" Browne, famous
spinner had taken 4 or those I
nrlekata for 45
m.i, ..Hall
and added that a great asset w
that there were a greater number
of first class plnyer* in the West
Indies to-day than years ago.
IiiinnIn
The West Indie, players have
certainly impressed English en lies
during their series of practice
Sine* since then arrival, though
t Cold weather rnuM ttuve been
a grc.ii
One man who has attracted
ittenUsa la the xmnjr ferclNs
bal Ken Tretlrall, but perhaps
Use player who ha caught the
Imagination more than any other
Is Sonny Ramadhln, the 2t-year
old spin howler.
Turning Uie ball either way.
he save hatamen a treat deal of
trouble and took 14 wickets al
low cost
His colleagues regard him as
i pi ise bowler and uie con-
fident ha will have ;i very Miccess-
ful tour.
The players doubt whether they
can preserve the WaM Indies un-
beaten record since ths .n. hut
are hoping to win at least one of
this Test series.
All over England cricket en-
thusiasts are wailing to see the
tourists in action, and are hoping
the weather will be favourabl
Our London cuiiesponilenl u
Ing from Worcestershire s a .
that Worcester turned on sunsh
to-day to welcome thi WaM In
dies cricket team. Ten weeks agi
the County ground OB winch to-|
morrow'* match li to be play
k"o? ,^.i"!,d"r.W,|,.Cr- .CaU.T?"- w* '""',''- * Ui,ck W*in * 1Wik,s "IT "P"""* 't bowler
1 " ' nearby )r rounl>. Rrnlind,i nnd th . took II wickets in Ihe game, and
reanftad it. .i thrilling finish
arltfa tlie homesterf. winning by
one wlCkat tlcirge Headley, our
i' u in .mil .lack Grant.
th skipper did not play, ami the
I ' 01 !' M.....d 23ti in
.hen firs! innings with Knurl top-
. ..sun; with HO mrt out.
Tranquillity Tennis Club of Trinidad will h,
learn to play against the Savannah et al Clubs next week a>
the Savannah Club. Ihia is the annual tournament played
by theae Clubs. The Tranquillity team is due tu arrive
<>n Thuraday 11th and th matehea will start on Fridav 12th
continuing until Saturday 20th.
-* The Tranquillity team comprise-
the following
MEN: H. Futchie" Nothna^cl
tCaptainl. Arnaud ueVert-uil
(Vice Captain). F Oun-Munro. T
Schtolscth. P WaddeU. D Sean-
della.
LAOIES. Miss M Comfcridfo,
Miss. M. Trestrail. Mbn C, rteVc -
teuil. Miss A. Reid.
he lollowins have b-1
ted to represent Savannah et al
Clubs
MEN: Dr H E. Skeete (non-
pliying Captain). Dr C. G Man-
g. E. P. Taylor. G H. ManDJrgL
K. Worme, J. D Trimlngham
Dr. A. C. Edwards. J. L. St Hul.
D I. Lawless, F l> Barnes. < \
I'attrrson, C R Packer (extra-
Ladles: Mrs. R. S. Bancroft. Mi
J Wood, Miss D. Wood. Mrs. A i.
rkln-. Miss Ens Bowen. Mr
A. A. Gibbons, Mrs. J. Conm-ll
Ma* I. Lenagan. Mrs F. D.
Barnes (extra).
The Savannah team will pair up
and ploy in the events as under
Men's Sinsles: G II. Manning
D E. Worme.
Ladies Singles: Mrs. It. S. Bsn-
cioft. Visa J. Wood.
Men's Deaales: Dr. C. G. Man-
ning, E. P. Tsylor, J L. St Hill,
D. f. Lawless. F.
Patterson.
Ladles' Deaalea: Miss En*
Bowen, Mrs. A. A. Gibbons, Mrs
J. Council. Misa I. Lenagan
Mixed Doubles: Miss l> Wood,
J. D Trimlngham, Mrs. A. L. Per-
kins, Dr. A. C. Edwards
"nfOdei
Cls*a Mir-.'-., r Hill Wavll
I: t.m.. Cslom*! Shirt.
[lafueJ coin. n*k> r f*i.
liatrlilTf O WarfOSt 'SI SlKhtw.
C PlUlllpa l'i"l". n
CaW 'fmrodei. I Dwuiy
Ranirn'; forward* t Carter 'St M1-
I MrCcllin 'RnSi Drilled'. B
ilwih lOSfeVl, C Oantffctr -Colt... C
>*nod 'B*iirr-'
Play cpmnwyc^l ***.f
Both teams scored during the
second half of play, right winger
'': in i of Everton opening for
hat team with a powerfully klck-
u long range shot. The goal waa
scored 10 minutes fter the re-
sumption. Reid. College's left
winger took a low well-judged
try from well within the area to
equalize about 10 minutes later.
\i:i:r,-.M>,-
Rverton started an aggressivi
more from the whistle and their
forwards made many unsuceeas'
Mil attempt* to score. College.
however, soon got Into form an-1
the game was afterwards evenly
contested.
Near the final stages, Everton
lought hard to force a win. but
loud kicking full backs. Forde and
Morrison negatived their best
efforts.
The teams were:
F.eerton: Boxitl. Hall. Culpep-
*Jh M d'T P*r Sf*"'- Areher. Leacock. BbT
hop, Burnett, Olton. Austin and
Alleync.
fail l-.wler irettirur the fo'HNPe: Roscffi, Morrison,
of Q for 85 ILordp a,bb<- Slmmonrfs. Snuires.
F. Tudor. Gibbons, P Tudor
Morris snd Reld
192*
1928. the fixture was only a
inning as it did
nmediately be-
"Ifore the first
[Test match snd
lulled I n a
iw There wss
||'.r:.,- tall SCOnV
however
II esc h side psM-
t n g the 400
mark Fur the
II West Indies
IIE I.. G. Hood
ri buted I4H.
iMartiu 7? and
[Scolt ib
Hoa first of only
THIRD DIVISION
FIXTURES
Rcaulu of yesterday's TrUr<
nivlrion Fooltll itnlchm were
fejimlre v Notre Dame at Ban>
'all -the match ended In a 11
draw Y.M.P.C. v Lodge
l^kln Road Lodge won 4-
To Discuss India's
Visit To W.I.
BOMBAY. Muy 5
While in Ixtndon for which ho
len by .nr today. A. S. De Mello
President of the Board of Contro'
for Cricket In India, will discuss
with the President of the West
. Indies Cricket Control Bourd the
two West In- question of India's visit to the
' who West Indies in IM2-5J,Rafc
iCO"d -Renter.
| E. L. O. HOAD
against Worcestershire, the
other une taring Ben Sealy In -
1033. Constantino s 47. and Gomez
later, in 1933, the *iT*. the best efforts.
River, Severn.
Rut to-day the wlekel K
hard and lirm and lndlialian->
are that the match will be
pla>ed under the bet eoiidl-
uun- >nt > hi .hinil-it ij b> the
tourists.
All the way from lndun this
otternuon the team kept glancing
out of the carriuge windows of
their train.
They were looking at bunks of
dark clouds on cither side of the
track. Their biggest (ear was
that It would be cold and damp
but the sun broke through warm
and strung as they ni.ucii Wor-
cester nnd now thev hove been
reassured.
One problem which the batting
side will have to overcome to-
morrow morning i* the absence
of sight screens. This could be a
big handicap to the tourists
But Worcester is a small ground
and the erection of screens would
mean the loss of seating capacity.
On arrival nt Worcester station
the teamback at full strength
with the return of Roy Marshall
from hospital were greeted by
the Mayor who extended them a
hearty welcome to the city.
Al the hotel. Brigadier M A.
Qreap. Worcester Secretary, waa
iviiltinf to rtiterate that greeting
Manager Jack Kidney called
the team tocether an hour-
long meeting as mh>ii as formni!-
tiej had been completed and after
tactical tUacuatton the lean ^n
announced.
Howorth 7
Toda
The County replied with 215.
DaCoslu taking 3 for 32.
H Howorth top-scored with M
for the County
l heir see-
i venture
fest Indies were
all- out for 197
if which B. J.
aley made 103
After looking
the losers,
the County play-
took advan-
luta
of
B J
tleidlne
. the visitors
and won in a
SEALEr How finish.
I9:i9
On the last occasion, in 1939,
the West Indies again lost. Wor-
cester weie all out for 83. Mar-
tindalc 4. Tyrcl Johnson 3 and
Constantino 2 sharing the wickets
between them West Indies re-
plied with 142 of which Headley
made M) and Gomez 28 In their
second try the County compiled
-!>!. Cooper getting 92
Set to get 233 for a win. Uie
West Indie-, wore all out for 147.
And 'i. on to 10-dav. Much
water has passed under the
bridge, and the West Indli
Uiis their jubilee year, are out to
i.n.-.ih.i.iic their hard won pi
in the sun. Like their predec
sura they will tight clean and
keen, nnd like every true sports-
man. I say may they have a fair
share of Fortune's favour, and
'may the best team win "
The Weather
TODAY
.Sun Rk*e*i 5.4t a.m
Baa rteia: fiz am
Meet, (Lasl Qasrter): May g.
Llchtimr: 7.M p.m.
High Water: Ml a.m.. 1.15
YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrlngton 1: Nil.
Total for Month to Yester-
day: .SO Ins.
Temperature (Max.) sa.ft I
Temper ..lure Wind Direction: <. am.) IK..
: I p.m.) t. by N.
Wind V.-ln, ,i. 16 mil.-, per
hour
Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.9fi7:
<3 p.m.) ."' K'ln
TheyTl Do It Every Time
Herman hamhox paid ojt a
6000 lump sum for a lar3e,
slowing neon sign
By Jimmy Hado
Then Riaht in front of it he
pastes 50 < worth of paper
signs all over the Window-
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