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PAOi i.u.nr BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAV, MAY 1, 1M0 I W.L 379-2 InReply To Cambridge 594^-4 Christian* And Weekes Score Centuries < wnticiiu.i May 18. %  M i : fumhridizr l'niver.it\ hud brought their Iff! iniiinuo •rurv iniuim; the West Indie* tu 5M for fmii before ilii I-.nii_ Mday, the tourists replied uilh 37H fi tW "irkrts before (he close. They wrrc then 215 behi %  Cambridge's score was the second highest ever ram ed again*! %  West Indies team in Knjtland. the blgM M lor eight declared bv Oxford Harlequins attains ltd bv K K Nuncsin l28 • Strong driving Stevenson. wh< ami MJ> share* B.B.C. Radio Pnijjraiw Nurses Plan Scheme ThM JMM PH I Th.• rnw I'ur 1 Mr Reed. Director of Education. gave an adereu on Psychology itim and Education. He said that he Th had chosen that subject because 'is he felt it was of as much importthe Nursing profession,** Kiiton>"ni utiinm. 2 > v m Tiw was to the teaching profession *>jtoin. II. was as imuor.an'. (or Hwi to hell pati.-r.' bi the) beh a ved %  **. •lljin, maMa thsn did M It M I tor ti und.i lausjM Dr. Grannu-n, chairman of 'h> they could help the association to carry out its work. During the past year, he said, ; tuffered a gxeal loss in the dealh ol Sir John Huison. He had not only done much lor Barbados n Public life, culture and sports, but he had given Invalu\.nee to their association. that T \ iof irt-rson who ui i,..ssdab i('place. hmitd III.IMto strive h Ideal* It was only by af'av the highest and the %  i M hope to sueSpartan Defeat Rovers Spartan dsfeflarti ivision Football Hue up. The game was fairly fast throughout. The Spartan forwards combined lietter and theii offered a stubborn rel turns Thy nisi kept Of Hovers players wel marked and their long I accurate in an imii MI-.' i\i stand of 84 laas than mi hour for ('ainbud-,* Tin tourists got a w.eket with the tenth ball of the day. leftii itimmel edging a catch to \ %  BNMtHki But May and i maintained an average -ii.ring rale of uhout BO runs an hour and added 84 in tlfty Avc minutes Stevenson hit nine fours ix of which were scored in hi* first 27 runs. Of 145 overs howled by th. tourists, only 13 were maidens red nut.. "Shaken before perdu, ed by Nurse Symids. wa* i.aged after Mr. H am I humour I QM actOn played their fa V..-1I W.I. Battine Warr and Waitt bowled at l pSHN when the West Indies went in. and both Christian! am! Stollmeyer enjoyed an early escape pa>sinii Stollmeycr. who took lwent> minutes to open his score, had when he slip off Wuitl riiiPaik team should hav made only two many more i;nal but dropped at first Oil Hull Wt v ing failed und thrtsliani, 'MjHUtuiii• iiti-rprising. saw May in the guiii< when lie am unmarintt ly miss a chest high catch off %  i | tew opporWarr when he was lit Mad thcatches been held two WtfikWl "*-"*" would have been down fot 2> First Half The batsmen afterwards displaySpartan ssorad Ihall two goals ed care, and Stollmeyer, timing "i tbfl I'M ball Tn. first was the ball badly, was clearly ill at P WI c h ad .n by Desmond Johnease. son. their inside right while However, this proved to be the Krith Walrotl scored the second oest West Indies opening partnerwtth a powerful shot from well *hip of the lour. They steadily outside the goal area. .mproved and Christian!, after The lone goal for Pickwicktaking 100 minutes to reach. 50. A the fore-hand volleys. Manning's back and tore hand tn r, .,-i stead, and Si tunes briUlanl and but cveitwad was good. At times, he n. c!c extremely tttm passim shotl when Munro ilng up to tin BM Victor* THE VISITING Tranquillity Tennts Team from Trini JS^ ,wS fo.^'anuuiu'ity dad had things their own way yesterday as they won all ,he game was quite even and thero four of the cames played aainst Savannah et a! Clubs at were good patches of net plaj Garrison. Mlto lfe,d won mosI oi hcr P? 1 ."3 Tranquillity are now leading comfortably with H Kames as against 6 bv Savamiuh. In the Men\ SinSjlcs i*twecn score at 4—4 but Manning eveni n the first set Mrs. Connell DeVerteuil (T) and l>. E. tually won the set 7—9. drives were a bit wide third set, the scores were osjed with those tn the secom Rovers ivai M,,.,I i T.tvh.1 completed his first century—the Worme. TranqullUty won I—. In the third set. the scores were p^rsxl with those then ms.di,-,ght. >„ n,e %  aeond third of the louring team, in ane-S. 6-0. They also won the fairly even up to 1 -2. then set when she scored many na l, other nfty ladles' Doubles 8—1. S—C. 8—4. Munro win three games to make ooints from them Her partner Not until the board showed 17B in this game. Miss M. Trestrail il_ 5—1. Maiming rallied back. Miss I. Lenagan was very steady The touch off taken Spartan who defended the north ln two hour """* "ji" 111 ?*,' dUI Bnd MUtt A R *' d WV** Ml Christian! fall l.b.w. His driving. Connell and Miss t Lenagi cutting and hitting to leg were l n the Men's Doubles T excellent, and he hit eleven fours. Schiolseth and D. Scandella (T) Stollmeyer, not nearly so agbeat F. D. Barnes and C A 1'atgressive. made some good drives terson 8—6. 2—6. 6—4. und leg glances, but he took nearly Well-Contested three hours and a half to put toIT,,, ()Ihcr Men's singles between gether 83. with only three bounr Gun-Munro (T) and G H danes He fell to a great catch Mann | ng WM a wc ll contested %  gully by Doggart who flung e whltn w ,. tlI lh( Ihree w „ •If sideways and held the hall Bnd wa nna || y won bv Gunt.ear the ground Munro. 7-4. 5—7. 6—3 Worrell and Weekes H I Kensington boys were tlrst to attack Wilkes beat hii way down the left wing but the Spartan bocks tackled him and ili.,nil before he could shoot goal wards Outside Soon after Robinson, on the left wing for Hovers, got hold of hi the ball and took a shot. Gibbons in the back hue for Spartai stopped the ball and pushed it Thcn'came Worrell and Weekes, ln *be ilrst set. Munro started outside. Wilkes kicked a cornei unj, driving and hitting to leg off by winning his game conceribUt Ihl Spartan defem-p <.n had powerfullj la add 166 VrttbOUt %  r,lv ""' I'"' 11 iho ball mid-field. being parted In the last hour and A few minutes later Spartan fifty minutes. Weekes scored so rounl when Boyc. freely, that he reached 102 in 101 afti'i leeeivlng a pass from one minutes. So far the match has of the halves, ran down the left .voided 073 runs for -'x wickets wing and centred The ball %  %  %  t ^ M BIDQS— n %  > %  % %  • •truck Hie right upright and reu,, < w b ci— iiimi in bunded Into play Johnson, who ""••*[* 'J^^M *-*""*"'" was boring though, pounced on SSmjl I CSiriiaaal tin' ball and shot hard into the Slav not out U ft corner of the nets while Hill, the Rovers custodian, was out Of position. Total ifor *Wk-U lrc Tinsecond goal for Spartan without any fuss. Keith r. in.. r-ll si •lcti: I. aixldard Ml 2 *S7. I WaleoN who was well outsld-> UM fOSu IfSSB, t'H>k a hard shot which went into the left corner of the nets while Hill stood gazing .it the rroaa bar. UNO ANA1.VSI* i>llm*Yi WMH>* no! ..ui i wku i VatraOM HaiiiadM At half time the score was unJS* 1 '*"''"* changed. Spartan were first to < day: 3.W lna. Ttsfiperalure (Max.) 64.5 I Temperature (Mini THO I Wind DlreeUon i9 am i i:. (I p.m.) K by N Wind Velocity: 10 miles pt r hour Barometer <9 a.m ) 19 4!'. (1 p m i M.ass 'ATCWING TME CAREUL HOSTESS MAKE LIKE THE SALVA6E CORPS THAMX "no BsTTTVAuCC COO^^R. t



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1 FMDAY, MAY \\ )*M BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACK THatER I/.A'. Commission Urge Freedom • Frees rage I dreamed of ao doing would be oui of office lthin a week Hu;. ("as pile the fact thst he repre s*nted %  country wi*h unl m %  proas freedom, ho supported 1:. motion for whatever h>-.p it niwh' L to %  Ins fortunate press tn other countries The sub-Commission to-day Also began examining; an "mtssmational code f ethics" drawn up by U. Axkoul. M. MahmcuJ Azam (Egypt) unit M P li ii (China) the main sub-headings ol which mm 1. To tfil the truth without malice or prejudice. 2. To use only honest methods In gathering, transmitting and disseminating information. 3. To have regard fi i pro fossiona! dignity, repunsibfn\< and diicrr'.i.K4 To work for th'of economic tocial an. tariar. problems and help promote respect for fundamental human rights. Mr Changsuggested that a new sub-heading "to endeavou-to seek the necessary background conducive to proper perspec live from which to repop and comment" should be added This suggestion caused a debut.' In which all took pan when Mr. Chang implied the situation in China was sometimes wrongly reported not through malice but because of the lack of true information and perspective Joint Committee For Europe Council • Prom Tage 1 Aasambly and coordinate llieir activities. 2. Draw the attention of Ministers and Assembly to question* of particular interest, and make proposals for the draft agenda* of tho aeasiona of the Committee of Ministers and of the Consultative Assembly without prejudice to their respective rights. S. Examine and sponsor means of giving practical effect to the racommendations adopted by the Committa of Ministers or the Consultative Assembly. Representatives of both organisations of the Council of Europe who took part in the meeting will function as • Joint committee until the next session of the Asstmbly,—Renter. Book To Reform Coroner Court: LOMXifJ. the moat costti giouiM> in British i ubli< Ling oCr.cc in ,:.V. I gftBBJ .: answerable to any government uepartmmt—and they %  Cldcni heMtate : %  > .laaert their independence. KoUSC 1 Commons rceenily. Home Secretary Jr.mei Chu'.er Ede said their pow|M advantageously ho iat. Bu. with the parliamentary calendar crowded, he saw little chance of action "on this difficult and controversial question in the near future." Tlic office of coroner dat*a •ic 12th century wnU their i>o.vers have bee" t) whittled dou-n through UM ctglturles. Uiey still have right* denied to any judge or magisuate. They c^n exclude the prc^ Of public from their court*, admit hearsay evidence and allow questions based on suggestions of guilt which would be inadmlatiblc in a judicial court. Thjay can—and often do—make disparaging remarks about people not present in court. Recent Flare Up The most recent flare-up was in April when Col. Innes Ware, a Yorkahire coroner, excluded the I Press from an inquest on a society woman found dead in her home. He explained that reporters were barred because relatives were more likely to speak freely when %  !„. press -A..not present Dr.iMli.MKM of the Royal Papuan Cons'.i with its band, led an ANZAC Day march through only armed detachment marching the citj of S>dnf,, caring service medals, who Australia. They were thIVIMIOH OX I 1 IIOI-l Princess To Marry Again a> From Page I I'nited Statr*. Mr Uaibar said. lie muat drat acquire a new -si..tos" in an outside country—not neeea*arlly in his home countrv Mr Barber aoid he had received no request from the Egyptian Government to have Qhali "sent back" to Kg 1 pi. bul hen %  man's legal inunufration status was ended he had tn nave Chali. who was denounced by King Farouk aa "ai. adventun-r and an unfaithf. %  %  h I ful man", said (he King himself "choose me to '< %  Hn Majcstj s E tlilicil adviser I was Egyptian Ice-Cunsul in Marseilles then. and I met the Queen and the Princess when tfaga 19*0 en route to the United Stales "1 have been with then, ay* since. But I never dreamed then of the terrible icsult uf i>ui lumanre' The Queen .mil IBM l'imr< have been living here eti an income of nearly $7 mm a week Their financial worries have begun with the confiscation of tha Quean's estate* but to-day *he "Wr will gel NAP Nations Will Build 'r"*\>:BABY tOVES .. psa %  -: %  -.*% aae,***] I FRENCH COMMUNISTS ROCK THE BOAT If* .Michael lauiiiiintthiim • Frees Paae t. ously, each Oovcrnmcnt point a deputy to Its Council r* l,i. •wntaltve "Each deputy will be in a poslUni la give whatever time may be Mvesaary to ensure that the reapofUitHliliea of tii<' Council are carried < ul elfcitlvcU To aaaM the Council in fulfillI tig Its respoti.dbi.itie> the deputies .; of their GoVafTBBMnl shall select ,i parmanenl Chairman liom i H llcml* l %  hip With the advice of the t'hairnutn the deputies ahaQ establish a suitable full tune organisation composed Of highly qualified persons contributed by member (Invetnments. •The Chairman. In addWetl 'o pti .t.r at meeiing^ f the deputies, shall be responnNle fur .hrevt.ng tnc orffaMsattaa and its *..ik "Mernbai Ovvernments will apaoUH ibcir reputies with the least (earn) la on let thai a i rtg gun mas %  > % %  led, the r%  hed and progress be made on the urgent problem* before the Council. "The deputies assisted by the Chakrmi.ii ..ml the Organisation to re.ited shall begin functioning ry near future In order £S (uticura X^< TALCUM ** Orotewotil demanding a moe of the Church's free. laid down In the October LONDON French Communists celebrated Ware's action was vigorously May Day in Parts chiefly by th. protested in the Press and in Par^ 1(> nstratiiui for M. Jol#*munist u liamcnt. But the Home Secretary curie, the recently dismissed cause that could only tall the Commons that Htgti Corrnnlaalonar for atomic by the Prime Minister the High Court confirmed in 1827 cergy. This was no surprise ^ard*. Poblical strikes that a coroner had discretion in ^^ mlxcd regrel Mt 1M rtawv common law to hold an inquest a , nc r^nov.1 ^ „, dlstinguisl.In private for reasons which ^ B scienuat was obvious maappeared to him necessary and |er|al for propaganda Bul ir Pfop" 1 "-' Bidault could hardly leave thli In this case, however, the coroprofessed Communist ner himself later apologised for much longer "trespassing on the prerogatives One of the "£•*•" for the now that there is %  Her leturn to eolleclivc bargaliiuiK gu^ C.Q I' tluFrench Comdon ist Union, is supporting' a Con.titutlon. and that antl., has been recognised |UJ,O„S propaganda in schools downuhoulil (^.g. Cardinal PreyFrancv ,j n ,. ttw Roman Catholte Bishop xadded, arc no longa, u-r | in> wrot(1 in ^ nU : lai terms Ui the Premier th same week What was Herr Oruteuohl to do. in the face of isueli Clerical determination* To surprise, he changed She had a valuable collect. Jewels. The Queen's last ward lM was: "I will not return to Eg*pi in fc until my son the King accepts and u, al "uiupbh~'resutu" may"*'be -V approves ihis marriage Nothing fc .hive( th • liKrl. to i. penis uf jcoeed without ttw gajnugai But riotous Comniunist tactic ofllce against It Bidault s anU-sal-oZZ^.^, tage bill in Parliament b— 9yvT > unei • Frem r %  % %  which there are well ov< .ii srer* of the culou rainbow. These made %  gorgeous spectacle when many players were an the stage at one time, such a* when Christ enliu.i the tempi in Jerusalem im.I irove out tlitf money changer* and traders. The singing and M>eaking is all in German, but can be lullowed easily by anyone. UNLAWFUL POSSESSION 2 MONTHS F.edei ii k Marshall Road waa aanhwii nil iitontha' imprisonment labour when he apue.i ..heiher lie:His Worship Mr A. J man or not. who rememliers the srhell yesteiday. charged *—. „, .'rch. durtni whTch ST*S. JlSj, **" *. %  fc nc* aiagisigtsr.B„t ess? sut..^r jCourts has been going on for more "A true Internationalist k, ...... than 20 yearn. Last year the Britwho Is ready to serve the Soviet j"^" i.h Medical Association recomUnion unreservedly, unhealtat" mended that coroners be required Ingly unconditionally". As It is to have medical as well as legal sometimes put. the Soviet Unli belw lu. ; tho i nt clash at Brest thai demonstrators and porw,",!,*?£,,, have brought public resenti, "TJ mem UIMHI the Party. The iw''" iHialTlication "aiid be barred from is the Communist's patrte, France x "" i,A uik ? movement has, for _-wIT.„!,... rnnniwiti on the !" ,-.,i,. hu -... the moment. In-en defeated, with hes can fulfil the basis uf th, Gospel story Outside the pl.iyhouse waa dead as most of the inhabitants are l'i the cast whether they are eight or 0 years old. —HruUr IW.,e' llanilh the The Bluest Bargains ejvtr offered NEW HANDBAGS In Solid Shudes-Black and White ...aking adverse comments on the merely his pays. conduct of people mentioned at The wave of Communist vlomqueats. lence and agitation has rocked 6 WWT %  1I On the latter point, w. Bontley tne French ship of state since WfPKR 1 1 <* 11 Purchase. Honorary Secretary of January Under the twin ban\\ h CIVD %  lh e Coroners' Society. waa,ln full nc „ agreement. port .. "ihcv By off the handle. PurwagM (immediate bonus and chase explained. "What we need minimum wagel the Party has th. from Xii S per ee the unable to obtain more I ajjnplamn than the it wage increase offered itset. A little before ternative for the ma~-i tierman Premier was to ha\.started a new "Kulturfcamiif. that struggle of the Slate to rub)fa| the Church which BismaMk waged In Germany and Hnv lost in l7g. but which the Communist ( %  Lott ery : of MANILA. Tyrone Power, suffering from a tropical case of heat rash while starring in 20th Century Fox's "American Guerrilla in the Philippines," haa been advised to bathe in tropical raina to cure his Itchy skin ailment A studio spokesman said th r le ^ "" recent even •• Jn Poland where strong Catholic nco made the Warsaw Government deckle to compromise •.•i.ipoi.nih with the Bishops Me may ask himself whether German religious feeling would be any lose weak. Bn the "Ocrn Dei unlawful possession of a uuantitv of paint which he was % %  mveving, n along Hay Street Two persons saw Marshall with the paint on May 17 and one of them. Delina l-ayn.said he approached her and asked her il she wanted lo buy the paint from him On refusing to do so Marshall threatened to stick hn With a piece of wire which he had in his hand, he took the tin of paint the and hid it behind some cases she m had in her place He waa later arrested and taken to the Budge Post. Soiheil Walili.il ke. |H>I of (he Cuminal Hecords, said he knew ho had four previous • uMvictions for larceny On the last conviction he was sentenced to three months' Imprisonment rlta hard labour, by His Worsnip stealing tic Government" is Rabbits By Radio TRIULEY. Geoffrey Cooke. a Trimley electrician, now catches rabbits by radio. A ferret with a small coll clipped to its collar is sent down a burrow. When it llnds ; rabbit a bui20T sounds and Cooke digs. —I.N.8. with 183 seats, have, in the opinion of moat observers, no chance i-f coming to powW at present. In the elections of 1W4 ih. n..tainod nearly t)U million vote-< out of an elcctorale of 24 million. This was due partly to their Tndoril *t'niniished record in the KeChlna 'is iTot'pVii'aV and there *"*•*. P*rtly are many people In France, bewrr<, ( W1,lp| y regarded as a prosides the Communists, who dlsre*slve movement and partly This cumpalgn might have been more successful If it had hcou less violent—If, that Is. the Communists had not overplayed their hand. Thi approve of the Vietnam regime of Bao Dal. On the other hand. some sections of tho French working class are still underpaid and regard the Communists as the only true "proletarian" party. In demanding higher wages NOTICE IN CONSEQUENCE OF EVENTS over which this Company has had no control, details of which have recently appeared in the various Pros Announcements from the Government and The British Union Oil Co.. Ltd.. the latest of which communiques indicate the ponibility of the Natural Gas being cut off after the 20lh May. THIS IS TO NOTIFY OUR CUSTOMERS THAT IN Till-: KVENT OK THE NATURAL GAS SUPPLY BUNG CUT, THE GAS COMPANY WILL BE UNABLE TO CONTINUE THE USUAL 24 HOURS ^ DAILY SUPPLY OF GAS TO THE PUBLIC. TEMPORARY ARRANGEMENTS have been made to continue with a supply of Manufactured Gas as long as our stock of Coal lasts, which is estimated to be approximately 2 to 3 weeks, provided the supply of Gas is limited lo • lew hourt each day. THE HOURS AT WHICH IT IS HOPED THE GAS WILL BE AVAILABLE EACH DAY ARE AS FOLLOWS :— DURING THE MORNING FROM ..30 TO 7.30 O'CLOCK in KIM. THE EVENING FROM %M TO IL* O'CLOCK Tli CommunlsU. thouch the I'll" ...,.,.„,.„, in the. g&gr. bJS, r?Cli ?&£ ment. But as soon as it feels its position In Eastern Germany to he stronger, we must asmtwl %  change of tactics. Conciliatory gestures from Otto Grotewohl Uiamtdj Bishop* Preyslng and tl in the HeKg*. !" 3 l,,t ,nPn "* " because they '"^"Com"": Iron Curtain Club An association of emigres. led The inm Curtain Club' A special drawing Panama NgtltaUl Locbtrj %  held last Sunday to finance it* ronsli-uitloii uf „ bOfJM (Of UW voung Newspapermen's Union h. Paunui D on Land recently u'l"!""! donated by khe munidpallty. For the oTalon the pi it c u l.i Act vi J^ tliHiblcii. ind thi jirir.es wen> duublnl to match First price was 1100.000 as comMr. 11. A. Tain* pared with the $10,000 first prize w „od valued al 1: in the usual ITMkly lOHOfV — -^—-^—— 'irawing The n-t proAl DM not DAk'C< fc yet been announced. OAU OKAKtb £5 l*roio-.ed liullillog will three.".!.*.. DnMUC .cluj. „^"'"" "<"*•<•'" •" Blark i large conference room, a IlhI..OMI. i group of guesting journalists. (aovcrnmciit B) Influenza bc their seeming jirotcst Dagainst -'governineot" appeals to hil6 )uM brm fl(rilied ,„ U)ndo(i ; fli journalists exiled fitmi counlrtas MEHTHVR TYPF1L. Williams, Socialul meml*arliament for Nealh. dencnbed hi* party's "government thrown. It is up to these "free" journalists and writers to get across to what are Inherently nn'ionnlbitic peoples the idea of n federation of Centra, and Kaalern Europe, the Baltic and the Balkans, which enlightened emigre leaders betlevu would be the only safeguard for their countries against a future aggressor. N.B. ADJUSTMENTS will have to be made to all the Burners of Stoves and other Appliances to suit the change in Gas, and our Customers an 1 asked not to telephone about this, as each and every Customer will br attended to as speedily as our Fitters can deal with same. EVERYTHING HAS BEENJJONE to meet this emergency situation, and the Public is asked only to use the Gag for necessities, and to co-operate in any way possible. THE BARBADOS GAS CO.. LTD. luoncc hM declined Is this the Mad hr „,., r ,„ u „, Th wr TajorI why French CmrnunllU. fom u „,,. ,.| u |, „ ,„ hl. probably on orders troni Moiaow. ^ commuI undenlandlni here turned to more violent and u eon m .ageo to crush all poliUcal opposition lo bis Government in Eastern flermany I don'l be has found tnis difficult the "dictator" of a Communist-dominated regl.ne. It Is %  ll-known that the "German %  mocratic Republic east of ih* Elbe, which the Russians set up in answer u> the West German Government al Bonn. Is a Communist puppet stale ruled—as such puppets mostly are-—from Moscow {Only last week Otto Grotewohl and his deputy, Walter Ulbricht, were summoned to the Russian Capital, probablv to be briefed in the speeches thev have since made In Bet tin on "Liberation Day" (May •). the anniversary of HitlerS collapse.) Communists have ways of dealing with their political opponents. But they are not. always, so successful in their treatment of the Church. Herr Grotewohl is discovering that it dues not pay to browbeat the Clergy of Eastern Germany. When, just over a fortnight ag<>. Dr. Dibeltus. the Evangelical Bishop of Berlin, circulated a Pastoral Letter protesting against the spread of materialism and anU-religlom activities in the Eastern Eoae Ol Premier upbraided him for attacking "the Constitution, the Government and the Rephblic This did not deter the worthy Evangclis. He wrote a letter to bar Was adminislialion by influenza.'' lb furring to tlie me.iger majority of six in Ihe Houae of Commons Williams ti-lil a M.ilbyr Tydtil m-H'tiiiK "Wr haw r—chod a very ctsniplex stage In |H>1IUOS In this ewntiy We have a govenin.int by Influenia. democracy by arciitcnt. survival by < lIIII %  % %  "I do not know how long i can last The longer it li villa.nioie dead It l-nl,.ti, in of 4,000, will eo,t fl.llil0.0O0 loere.1 C p New Beef Land For Britain? Secret Report Ify Kxfterts (By JOHN KI.DH.UNi A GREAT RANCHING EKTATL in B*chuanaland'i Kolohar. Desert will provide succulent steaks .nut joints !or the Sunday dinner In Britain, il the rrlwUngi -it expetis who have just gurvcyed the territory are accepted The ofnclal report on the empty, unused Kalahari has gone to the C< lonlal Development Corporation Dut It is a secret. Prom the Bechuanaland Goveinment secretary down, no one rt.ire say s word. The area earmarked for cattle r:.. sing—90,000 square mlles-is ii.habited only by roving bushrr en, among whom a Ave-footer Is .i tall man. and a few Europeans. moat of them In Government serif tinplans go through. In a few years there will be Bechuanaland beer on Uriti-di tables and less from the Argentine The planners are prepared to treble ihe present beef production of the Protectorate. Por that they need 740.000 csttle In ranches each covering 040 square miles and holding 10,000 cattle. Although this Kalahari is desert on the maps it Is not Beau Geste %  unity. Sweetgrass. gajcsjjOggfl i... grows I --c-feet high bul Is patently disfnbuted and needs nursing. The rough tracks are too much >T care. Lorries are es-wntlal The Bechuanaland police use i jmels for the toughest part of Ihssf bush beat of 275.000 square Mm The Kalahari is healthy, with rilliant. mild winters. But rainfall M sometime, only six Inches a ear There is water under the desert —300 feet under Boreholes and SOUTH AfBiCA 'j^^\ / \ fi 1 *•TV 1 uPI-ASTIC HANDBAGS With Shuuhier Slrapa $il.Z:t each IMITATION LKATHEK HANDBAGS In Assorted Colours BXr. each CHILDRKNS IMITATION I.KATMKH HANDBAGS 9-. each At The MODERN DRESS SHOPPE Brood Slrcel Mr. CONTRACTOR or IK ILIUM from 6 II. lo Iff II. m onsa rpa voua mote COMPOBI THE AM. STKEI. IIKITISII BUILT IIIHTIK CYCLE varlrly ol modrU In nUnk Includlni UMffJ (,...!. •.,„„(, wllh „ r >, II., I ....,,| Maty HumdMm. Trkrclai. ttr. FULL KWc.l OK SPARKS AMI C'YCLK ACCKSSORIKS Inrladlna and HUh In -m. TYKES and Tl Hi:s for lUrlna C'yrlti,. THE H.lltHAIMfS IOI MM i Ltd. WILUAM mum LTD. "CLOTHIERS OF DISTI.VCTIO\" money arc needed to keep the cattle alive A two-month survey has been rsa pitted by a mission which Included Professor Frank Debenham, geologist wiih Scott's expedition to Ihe Antarctic S8 -years ago. The mission's wandering: reached the Moloi*. river, thi southern boundary of Bcchii'inaland. where 500.000 acres are being turned Into a holding raneh Laiviur naada an 3,000 to 4,000 African cowboys and 300 European supervisors. But there arc lions to be dealt with tiefore we can get down to those lulcy beefsteaks. L.ES FINE TAILORING IS ALWAYS A JOY TO HI IH 11. 11 Our Tailoring De/nrrtment has n deservedly Popular Kepuiulion for Jl'ST THAT LITTLE BIT MOKE CARE AND ATTENTION" which uigive to all orders lor Suits Many men now are •laying I \la>s <;•( Mine from FOGARTY'S wmm i



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PAGE FOl'B BARBADOS A DVOCATE FRIOAV MAV i<>. nsn BARBADOS ip AIMMTE They Called Him Mail Ifcruiis.II. Said ll.il.h.i loultl II. hriran In Malaya Friday. May 19. 195" Oil TWO MAJOR facts mrgt f, ( .ni tlu Government's lon awaited announcement on oil. The first is that the Government of Barbados have driven a hard bargain in the interests of th e people of Barbados. The second is that if there is oil in Barbados the Gulf Corporation will find it. The first fact is obvious when it :s realised that under the terms of the prospecting and concession licence the Government of Barbados retains rights over three quarters of the island while obtaining royalties of twelve and a half per cent on all oil produced and rentals of one dollar per year for every acre of land under lease. Furthermore after the comparatively short period of 21 years the Government of Barbados will have the right to increase the royalty to 161 per cent. There can be no doubt that these favourable terms are due in no small measure to the expert advice of the Albertan Minister of Mines without whose assistance the Government of Barbados would have found it Impossible to negotiate with the competing oil Companies who wanted to obtain rights for deep drilling in Barbados. Free of cost, to this island the Hon. N. E. Tanner was loaned to Barbados by a Province of Canada where the discovery of oil has been hailed as fabulous and where orderly exploitation of oil is in marked contrast to the feverish inflation which has in the past forced up costs of living in so many other countries where oil booms have occurred. Writing uf Alberta in Wednesday's issue of this newspaper the Toronto correspondent of the greatest Conservative newspaper organisation in the United Kingdom wrote "The modem boom is not accompanied by the hysterical speculation which followed the old gold rushes. It Is a steady growth, marked by the most restrained and level headed investment in the history of this great land of buried treasured." It is in this province of Alberta that the Hon. N. E. Tanner is Minister of Mines. Barbados can hardly ever have been more fortunate in getting the services of jfuch a man at tio cost to the taxpayer of this island. U there is oil in Barbados the Gulf Corporation have promised to find it and the activities of a company whose operations are world wide leave no doubt that the promise will be fulfilled. The announcement that the Corporation are contemplating an early start with geophysical operations (which include the use of magnetometers on the ground and in the air) is sign enough that so far as the Gulf Corporation is concerned the search for oil—which is said to hove existed in Barbados before it was discovered in the United States—has begun. No one knows whether there is oil in Barbados nor how much oil will be produced, nor can anyone forecast with certainty what changes will result in the island, if oil is discovered. Everyone is entitled to hope however, that an island which imports 44 per cent of its food from North America and which finds it increasingly difficult to provide economic employment for the heavy population it must support will find oil in aufii ciently large quantities to raise the material standards of life throughout the community. In assessing the "facts revealed by the Government announcement that a prospecting and concession licence has been given to Gulf Oil Corporation, the important question to answer is "will Barbados benefit most from the deal?" On the facts, as announced, it is impossible not to give the Government credit for having driven a hard bargain in the interests of the people of the island. LONDON May 24th is Empire Day. Fifty yean ago its founder, the Earl ol M.-ath. said the object of Empire ay celebrations was "the outward sign or an inner awakening ..f the peoples who constitute the British Empire to the sertou* .Udles which lie el their door.'" He chow May 24th for these celebrations because H was Queen Victoria's birthday May 24th is also the anniversary of the Linnean Society, and to mark the occasion the Society will make its annual award of the Linnean Medal to an outstanding naturalist. Their choker of recipient could not have been more appropriate for they have chosen as this year's medallist Mr. Henry Nicholas Ridley. C MO., the man who founded the rubber industry in Malaya. Now In his 95th year. Mr. Ridley is one of the last surviving "Empire builders." His "serious duty" was plain to him when he went to Singapore 62 years ago lo take over the position of Director ,f the Botanical Gardens. He saw what no other man had seen — that this little-known colonv was a source of potential wealth unrivalled by any other of our possessions. Against sreat adversity he founded the rubber Industry which today earns mor? dollars for the Empire than any other single industry in it. But though rubber has earned many fortunes for the men who followed Mr. Ridley's early lead, he himself Is a man of modest means, living quietly on the edge of Kew Gardens, In London. The story of his achievement is all the more fascinating because tt is little known. It will not be found In history books, nor among the great succe s s stories of the last century Yet it Is a story well worth telling. Mr. TildJey was a young man of 12 when he arrived In Singapore He had heard of the attempts that had already been made to grow rubber trees In Asia. He knew for Instance, that a number of rubber seeds, sent from Kew. had been planted In India, but had perished during the cold season He knew too. that rubber plants, also from Kew. had been nlanted In Ceylon, but had been given up as a commercial proposition He had heard of experiments carried out on rubber trees In the Singapore Botanical Gardens. Twenty-two seedlings, a few from the same batch that had been sent to Kew from Brazil, hnd been planted there. When Mr Ridlev first saw them, they had multiplied There were now about a thousand rubber trees in the Gardens, but they were overgrown with secondary )unle. The trees were there, hurstlng with latex, but nobodv knew how to ret It nut. Stripping the tree of Its bark, as they did In Brazil. yielded a certain amount of rubber, but it also killed the tree It didn't ne*H a botanic m toll that this method was unsatisfactory. Between spells of watching a troop of monkeys which had settled In the Gardens—he once witnessed the murder of iho %  Marly king of the troop by two .voting monkeys—and observing for the first time with human eyes the behaviour of a colony of ants, which made nests from leaves by sewing them together with the thread from their larvae, Mr RillBy RONALD BOXALL MR. RIDLEY ley concentrated on the pioblcm < Shrinks LONDON Overseas tourists are tucking In heartily now that Britain has become an "eat-what-you-llke" nation, in the Restaurants at least. But ten years of austerity has shrivelled the tummy ol John Bull. There were fears that the natives would panic the restaurants and hotels with demands rur "square meals" once the 70ccnt ceiling on meals was removed to garner more tourist dollars. These apprehensions have proved groundless. The well-upholstered b e e Iealers of Merrie Englande are entitled to a full turn in their gravs —for their modern counterparts are no "trenchermen"—even when the victuals are there. Ten years of meagre rations nas killed the habit of heavy eating The British can no longer ply a good knife and fork. Even the "curiosity" rush which followed the lifting of restrictions on meals in catering establishments on May 1 lasted only a day or two In most restaurants and then died down completely. Festive boards proved too much for the natives. They had lost the manly technique of gormandizing. Even though thousands of free dentures have been issued since the National Health Service was inaugurated In July 1948. snappy mastication was a lost art. Luxury establishments throughout mid-town I.ondon reported only "moderato" Increases in the amount of food consumed by each customer. The only difference seemcl to be a demand for delicacies and succulent tid-bits that restaurants could not previously provide iinr' M a 70-cent all-in charge. Smoked salmon, cavtaga and other tantalizing dishes have now come out from under the counter London restaurants and hotels meanwhile are Jammed wlnt the lirst rush of tourists and buyers for the British Industries Fair. They have greeted the plentiful supplies of comestibles with gratification and traditional sounds of satisfaction. But they report that it will take London and the rest of Britain some time to regain any sort of eminence in the food world. Prices are most reasonable. But cooking and service could really do with a good deal of Improvement. For ten years British kitchen and dining room staffs have been proportioned to austerity needs. Compantively few. even of London's mid-town twank establishments, have been prepared for the demands on skilled chefa made inevitable by tne abandonment of food restrictions. Reports in the trade state that in London alone some 400 firstclass chefs could find employment. Americana, however, have found that the British have finally caught on the table when 'hey sit down to dine. -INS Quick Rirhes Bring Misery I'.S. Iladio Prize* Prove A Worn Ami D.illu*.on From FREDERICK COOK GIVE-AWAY radio programmes are all the rage In the United Stales. But for two people the lithes of a prize brought misery and worry. Just before bed-time on the night of January 9, John Oaks, of Sparrow Point, near Bammore. Maryland, was listening to the Stop-the-Music programme. On this programme, a "mystery melody'* had been played for days. A rich prize awaited the listener, tele phoned at random, who could name not only the tune being played at the moment, hut the "mystery melody" too. Mr. Oaks' telephone rang. In his excitement, he almost dropped it when a voice said: "Mr. Oaks? You are about Mr Oaks, to have the opportunity of a lifetime. Can you identify the name of the tune we art playing now?'' Mr. Oaks's niece, in for dinner that night, said "It's Maybe You'll Be There." He gavef the name. Instantly the radio fell silent as a voice yelled: "Stop the Music?" A Car. Gems, Furniture . "And now," said the announcer, "if you can answer the next question correctly I am going to give you a brand new motorcar a $3,000 diamond ring, a $2,500 diamond bracelet, a $2,000 kitchen with $2,000 worth of food, a $2,000 living-room suite, a $1,000 war bond and many, many other things—altogether worth $30,500." The question followed: "What is the title of the Mystery Melody?" Mr. Oaks knew that, too. His wife had told him long before "The title," he said shakily: "is 'When the Bridegroom Comes.' "Right!" shouted the announcer, and cheers poured out of Mr. Oaks's radio set. For him the cheering did not last long. Wife's Heart Attack Two hours late, five policemen stood outside his door, keeping back tremendous crowds. His telephone rang constantly. Friends called to congratulate him. People he had never heard of called and asked for money. The postman brought his letters by the sackful. Most told hard-luck stories and asked for money. Charities wrote by hundreds. Then lorries started arriving with the gifts. They filled his small house so that he could hardly move. His wife, in the midst of the excitement, had a heart attack. Sued By Niece The income tax man wrote to Mr. Oaks warning him to keep careful record of all the gilts and that they would be taxable, as unearned income. An accountant friend confirmed the worst, the lax would be more than his annual salary. In despair, Mr. Oaks started giving the gifts away. Some he sold. Finally he kept only $2,400 worth. But still the tax man said he had received $30,500 worth, and would get a bill for taxes on that. He almost had a heart attack himself. Then his niece filed suit for half ol the total, claiming that he would not have won anything if she had not been there to name the tune being played. This claim is now pending. A Woman's House In California, Mrs. Mary Brod won a $12,500 house "absolutely free" and now wishes she had never heard of it. It was on a concrete foundation. She had to buy land to put it on, then move it. This cost $3,000, plus a bond for $2,000 she had to put up to guarantee that it would comply with local housing laws. Then came new foundations, sewers, water, gas and electricity connections, a garage, landscaping to conform with the local zoning rules, and a tax bill for $3,000 on unearned income. Now the house is on the market. "It has taken every cent of OUT savings." said Mrs. Brod. "We can't afford to live in it now. All we can hope for is to sell it and get our money back."—L.E.S*. Oar Header* Say: Sunday Is A Day Of The Spirit To the Editor. The Advocate SIB.—"A number of persons in the Island, keenly Interested in the public welfare, are becoming much concerned about the rapidly Increasing secularisation uf lite in general amongst us, and the diversion of the Sabbath (or Lord's Day) from Its proper and most valuable use for Divine worship, religious instruction and moral culture. They therefore beg to Invite the community to think afresh and very earnestly concerning the matter. Especially they wish to ask parents and guardians of children and young people lo see (hat they do not miss the help and benefits provided for them by the Sunday Schools and the Churches. It Is exceedingly important for them and through them for the future of the whole community, tiTSl they be nurtured and trained in Christian principles and ways o' living and Sunday is the special opportunity for such vital assistance. It Is vary noteworthy that at the Lodge School Speech Day in March last the three specially experienced and wise persons who took part, the Headmaster, the Bishop and H E. the Governor. joined to emphasise the supreme Importance of the spiritual basis of the good life, and of Instruction In harmony with that great fact. FRANCIS GODSON. On behalf of Associates for Spiritual Revival and Emphasis Chelsea. May IB, 1960. WO hnnir All To the Editor. The Advocate— SIR,—Please refer lo Sunday's Advocate (May 14) Page 4. "Sidelights on Sport" starling from the second paragraph of the section "More Kudos". The *TttW of the column |a attacking Mr. Eytle's "strange observation* on the West Indies learn" given over tlM BBC (Sunday. May 6. re Yorkshire match). bund fault with Ramadhln's bowling, with Walrotfs wleket-keeping, with I Indies' fielding among other things". Thus writes the writer of the sports column. And he goes on to object strongly to Mr. Eytle's comments, calling him a "self-appointed know-all", and pointing out that Eytle "cannot claim the honour of having represented either British Guiana in intercolonial cricket or the West Indies In International cricket." All of which Is very bad form. I heard the summary "Calling ihc West Indies." Eytl said that Ramadhin was bowling short of a length i he said that Walcott's wicket-keeping was much better than it was In the match vs. Worcestershire (and described and praised one of his catches); aiui %  a for the West Indies fielding, he said that our men were quick to the Kill, ran it hard when necessary, but that their throw beck to the wicket-keeper left much to b desired. He also said dial tU V .side icoked better in the aeld more businesslike more up to Test standard in their lidding than the West Indies did (We who saw the M.C.C. here, know what he means). But never once did Mr. Eytle give me the Impression that he was a "know-air' (m fact, his lack of experience did not allow him to get over quick, clear, contidetit impressions, which are o important to ball-by-ball com mentary-starved West Indians but he did see the game, and his opinions did not differ to any marked extent from other radio reports, anyway. Finally. I must object to the insinuation that because Ernes. Eytla did not p&. intercolonial cricket, he Is not in a position to criticise the game. Such an ide;i —and this holds good for tho whole field of criticism—la false. L E. BRATHWA1TE I'I-UII Vow To The Editor The Advocate SIR,—The public have been hearing for many years that Government contemplated building a road from Three Houses along the Coast to St. Andrew, in order to help the unemployment situation, now that the Harrlman Company .'re ban with all their equipment wouldn't It be advisable lo get a tiuotation from them for the erecI lion of a wide road along this area The scheme could be carried out by the raising of a loan If the present surplus is not sufficient. In order to meet the Interest and Milking fund, a toll of a shilling far each vehicle and a three pence for each passenger passing ovei Ihe road could be charged, Oils is what Is done in many large countries. TAXI DRIVER Hurricane ReHrf The Editor, The Advocate SIR,-During the election campaign of IMS. I was promised the "L, R and the seven stars" but up to the present I have neither •een or heard anything. Election will soon be here again. During the period of August 31 and September 1st 1949. I suffered the loss of certain household articles In the flooded area of Vine Street, which up to this present moment I am still unable to replace. What has happened to our lives in the House of Assembly? I think they should be more ready and willing to give better service since they are paid a handsome salary What has happened to the "Hurricane Fund". as well as the Advocate Relict Fund?" RESIDENT. Wonhip The Edtlor The Adeocate, S1H. 1 am very glad to see a response given on behalf of the Jewish Cemetery in Synagogue Lane, and I make another appeal that the building on these ground become a place of worship for the Jews. Many of this sei anxious to know If this will be so. so kindly enlighten readers %  suBJect. This Is indeed holy ground, end could be made a place of int >rrs! to visitors and I hope soon to see the e hideous walls replaced by nicety carved iron rails and gates for privacy and respect to the dead, and to keep out intruders 'They sleep—the dear dead sleep Hoping their loved ones' footsteps may softly creep Around their graves; Safe watch to keep". PASSER-BY When Svfodiny . . YOUR TRAVELLING REQUISITES SEE THAT YOU GET "PAKAWA"



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FRIDAY. MAY 19, 1IM BARBADOS ADVOCATE Deaths On Barbados Gets Less The Road From Emigrants PAGE FIVE I N sriTF Or warning! anu prosecutions, motorists still continue io speed, but on the other band they arr Icing ceugh* daih %  %  Speed Traps, mm heavv nms an* being imposed. At the %  ',. tivrdM iwo MM wrlendei %  were r.ned £5 an.i £3 each. Colonel It I Mlchnlrn. Com.nlMtonei of Pi im, n M interview *ith the Advcle jesterday said. "Our Dim la not to bnn fc drivers THE RETURNS from .migration by which Barbados benefited immensely during the last five or six years are nov dwindling. From Curacao remittances in 1949 reached over one million dollars but already 1950 .shows a drop t> $28,000 per month. There ore 328 Barbadian* in Curacao employed particularly a %  n and in other capacittc*. Aruba the held la not so and even now recent tend< show a reductloi • mplovmriH Of IlMrbadlan* according to the bulletin ol the Caribbean Commiv-ua. "Gradual reduction In the labour force has been taking place in the r. rut unite* in iwa uimmntfi t.> 477.71)7^0 and this i.. showira: -•igns of a re successful. in the Advocate showed a .J" 16 progress Report of the Police Constable about to cro the Workers' Savings Branch show that remittances amounted to $3.045.98133 and that the disbursements arc as follows; The House Met In "Rum-Shops THE BARBADOS HOUSE OK ASSEMBLY need t< meet in "Rum-shops* 1 in the 17th Century, Mr IjmiH I Hu'chinson. Librarian of the House of Assembly, told the Leeward Cultural Association in Speightstuwn last nighl • Mr Hut. Nurses Plan Island-W ide Scheme 9? Mr HutchInson was giving intioductlou to the H Assembly and during his speecn Midi It: IsVose dan the Assemhlv Ml not bleawii with %  epedgw chnmVictona Bridge roadway instead of using the footpath. The Advocate was informed yesterday that this Constable was not breakitig the Law. but on the other hand was enforcing the Law by directing pedestrians to use the footpaid. *"pHE POLICE ARE taking steps M. against shopkeepers who fail to exhibit the Shop Orders of 194t) which sets out the hours of duties for the employees with early and late closing days _. , *iu So far 36 shopkeepers were .But emigration to US A ,snc. charged on Wednesday and II L* * K t^ m %l n ," n ^ %  Ml Bai ,he ""' yesterday with failing to exhibit bados has benefited within recent These these orders and what is interest;." %  DISBURSED: RrmlUad to BWICLU 1 I.SCM Govvriwiirnt 1I1WII '•Ml to H.lurnM VI <>i unpaid tu Wotkrr.' Allot•S3.SS1 14 setm *';* %  : %  • %  lUur >' stated, make it likely that the Ing to note is that seven shopVSS? *ve supplied work tor crude runs for 1950 will be lo*;-r keepers were prosecuted vesterdav P 8 ^."" *?* 1 , hc 1 ? ar 7? i? than the average for 1949 Su.h for not closing their shops ot the fi^fSfL,^" \ .J2i? n T "" occurrence may bring about '.nc Remittances increased steadih for ghul down of more processfag son* years until the total for unit., which will, in turn, require 1949 amounted to si.447.483 3'. less personnel and less maintcn with a small amount of this going nnce It Is hoped that a gradual Lucia and St Vincent. Now reduction in forces can be made it might be redii through the usual resignations and Already for the year 1950 the other terminations of employment. remittances for the first three II appears, he added, that this will months amount Ui the lid* sum not be sufneient. and additional or SH6HII.77 at an average of layoffs may be necessary throughuver s %  „,, founth. out the year. ATATURK FORMED MODERN TURKEY Lecture By Mr. Risely Tucker TURKEY 'TODAY is a vastly different place from what it was in 1923. To-day it is a country which, lyintf geograprfcally between the east and the west, has set ils face towards progress alonn western lines, and is western in outlook from the hats worn by the people, to the emancipation of women. This was stated in the lecture lime stated under this Act. The Commissioner said ye tt er day that olher shopkeepers whe disrcgar-i thai Art will also bo 7"Ht prosecuted C RUMPTON STREET, which was only recently made a main thoroughfare, is now showing signs of wear and tear caused by the heavy vehicles Uttflf abroad daily. A lorry loaded with sugar was turning into Crumpton Street from Roebuck Street on Tuesday morning when its left rear wheel force.I in a part of the covering of the gutter, leaving a dangerous hole. The lorry continue^ on its way but a Police Constable in the district kept guard over the hole and directed other vehicles that were turning the corner. Soon after • red flag wait placed over the spot and repairs are now being carried out. Shortly afterwards the covering of a manhole nt the corner of Crumpton Street and Constitution Road broke in when a lorry, also loaded with sugar, passed over it. .,„., „„ „ a „. u ,„ „„. ,..,„„,.The new covering was brought given at the British Council on lllc 8 al replacing It with ue Hie same day and Ihe corner was Wednesday night bv Mr. Risely Roman script, so that relations again safe to traffic. Tucker. British Cnuii-ll Represent between the Turks and EuropeLabourers are also doing sometatlve in Barbados. Mr Tucker ns could be facilitated He thing to the centre of Crumpton told how the man who hud started brought in a land law and broke Street t|„. Turkish War of Independence >'p tiie big estates, giving thr land '-pilK WEHT INDIAN Knitting i n 1919 had, after becoming presito peasant proprietor?.. M. Mill at Coleridge Street la still dent, introduced sweeping reforms Reform Drive awaiting the arrival of more mathat hnd ttansforified his country. Maturk continuing his drive chinery. When this happens the He was Mustapha Kemal Ataturk, :(l reform, compelled families to scope or the factory will be widenmd he did this transformation in take familv names and abolished ed and a greater variety of matejust 15 years. rials will be produced. When toll scale operations start, Between Last and West the factory will be working a 24Mr. Tucker began by reminding hour day and this will mean morn his listeners that Turkey lies beemployment for Barbadians. tsveon the geel and the west, and Three new machines have rethut one thought of Turkey as beeently l-een added to the Sewing longing to the east or the west acDeperunenl and another butch of cording to the direction from •re brauahl in which one approached it. For exSTMIK MOBILE CINEMA will ample, he said, people leaving X give its last Show for the England and going to Turkev week at Chance Hall Plantation thought nf it ns an eastern counyard to-night for the benefit of the try. On the other hand, his wife residents of tne Chance Hall nrea and he had gone there after living of St Lucy. to"" lo"K time in Moslem coun'-pWENTY-YEAR-OLD Livingtr^s in the Middle East, and to I •ten Spencer of Maxwell them it seemed like going back Road, Christ Church, is reporter! to England. missing. It was slated that he left Mr Tucker after telling of the his grandmother's home at Glebo m aln Koographical features of Land, Christ Church, to go to his Turkey went on to inform those home on Monday He has not present of the variety of climates been seen or heard of since. found there Climate ranged from rryHK LOSS of a quantity nf *J lb f ol u *5 ly t !" P' cal onc ln A th a. latches and olher fittings as Trji BerhBdm Rcgisteic Nui ing Association are planning u Wead-iride Vlel t Lag Nuretne MfMOM i.'Hludiog -in They also hope to own %  bsjlMing in the my with .. lutlabri •flee and club rooms end recreslion ground. •This was revealed in the first annual report (the Association's fourteenth) since Mrs A W L Savage has been patroness of the Association Mr. and Mrs. Savage attended Dr. H. Lowery is at present the meeting. conducting examination* in Music The report, which in the West Indies He arrived in at the Annual Gene Barbados on Sunday. He has been Ihe Association at conducting the Practical ExamlnHospital last night ations on behalf of Trinity Collegv there Is now a total membership of Music in Trinidad. British Guiof 77 nurses, ana and Grenada and left Barbaeot. on Monday Sth M %  • foi whence he will be going A '*rge percentage of call to Brazil and then to Canada The Exa Plaving w_. Mav 15th. bv kind courtesv of 2 nurses to work on the staff Miss Louise Taylor, at her realnuring a shortage there, denes. "Brynmar," 10th Avenue, Pour hundred and twenty-one Belleville The following are Iho 'alls were attended during the suits— feu There his been an increase was presented :al meeting of the (ieneral showed that Hospiial A large continue to be received from the in Pianoforte '* ; "' bado General Hospital, and held on Monday. ""* Association was able to nippl] i riu> or mr i aitxiNr < -ni UKHUn \1 Navarro r..ni. p Bsmeiwy. pa i-1 in i Inlrrnodli ii ru or •(!:M r I-ORHWS I'riaaialar, M Huglaf. honi "" Cobhan.. p4i. M J Wal ,.,!. IHM Ml I ...I. iii-n or isa. Ptipaf tu rn J Al Ihr Th#ur tiimintiii.n. Iirl.l at Ihr UrailllM CVeveal on JM DMvmbrr. IMS ili>llo*lns f .\iinuM n riLs or Miss ri MM: m\*iu \, i — J i.it-. M SiiiiMi-m-. paaa Jytii.f 1. tini.dlri. hat ii Y Ooltln tmrn i Forii-. ( ...M atu. tw>iu KifO.n. lxt.% C l^Tnr. I'trwiKl. Unn. a H. IIIK-K, hntu Cr.^r.l.r, J Ih.ltin. HKiil A Km. IM>IU. P Kins. hon. V K.M..M. hon* t. Himman*. n*til n ni or KISS IOMK IIKI> %  %  nlur H l ?gM A nn IwerKary %  elebnitlons held tn British Guiana by Ihe Nurses' and Mldrtives" Assmiation whih' he u,i. to4>k %  iioiity to lemmd the [.egislalure that he was ttul> in sympathy with the Owed Shepherd, esaee he as" Governor had no where to lay his head Sometimes the House met at I'liv.ite reasdeBKee Freemasons lodges oi at the CU-.k H..o Hie cost of rclreshmeni tor the sembl>. a in* venue ha.l to found. In 1730 when the Town Hall was buiU. the Aaeerahl] found accommodation awaiting in this building At its the Town Hall housed the judiciary, along with the Leadileture etkd prisoners In 1837 Ihe influx of lawbreakers crowded out the Legislature and the judtdery, which were tiansferred to the opposite building, until the opening* of Glendairy FVtsoi allowed these Important bodns to resume in the Town Hall On the morning of 14th February, lrtflo. a destructive fire tool. toll <>f Bridgetown claiming tlu I'letniscof John (iill dTUCRltl Otl the west side ol II" h Street, and after the fire, (end it was not possiHc to ivo l i Gill and let the lie House burn"! the government wisely i 1 i d ilgur site and erei ted U Publli BtilMlngi in leTl were opened in 1874. giving Wrth ... • M dreeenl *h**w*— %  i l House of Assemblv. A,..,, M lln FISHY! well as a quantity of carpenters' tools to the value of $97.10, was reported by Reginald Wilson ol Chapman's Lane. He stated that they were removed from a house at Baycroft Road on Monday They belong to Luther Maughn of Collvmore Rock and to himself A N ACCIDENT occurred on Martindale's Road at about 8.15 a.m. on Wednesday between motor cycle 0.163, owned and ridden by Graham Uiley of Joes River, St Joseph, and a bicycle owned by the Advwate Co.. Ltd and ridden by Harold Cox of Clapham. Christ Church ill titles and military decoration.' except Ihe Medal ol the War of nrh. incidentally iworn on the right breast ann net on the left. Mr. Tucker then describe 1 Turkey's form of government as bet Of tor all practical purno'ei one-perts fprernrnent. The president is elected first to the National Assembly and then to th> Grand National Al i Atalurk died In 1938. and was hurreeded b> Prrsldrnt Inonn. a clever man and leas radical Hi his reforms than Atalurk. whose principal assistant he had been This new president MM described b> Mr. Tuefcer as the Ideal one for the Turkey of today Mr Tucker talked about modern Turkey's educational system in which there Is complete equality for boys and girls. Co-educatlon is practiced, and education is nominally compulsory and quite free right up to university level Technical schools are I hen being founded at the rate of two haw BC three %  year. Agncult went right through the Mlddl* East, along the north roast of Afrlea. how they penetrated well into the Balkans, and more than nnre laid siege to Vienna. Next came a story of reverses for the Turks; the story of the loss of their Empire in the first world Rilcv was treated at the Genwar. and the occupation of their er| Hospital tor injuries and discountry by Britain. France and charged. The front fender, fork Greece. But out of those and head lamp of the motor cycle sprang the modern Turkey, were damaged south, to the arctic'winters in Ana1'ilia and towards the Black Sen. The speaker then gave the i tough Telling of the Turkish character aa he saw It, br aald they were a very honest people They were, In fact too proud Ui he dishonest. He said they were -. ir r.li.nl and frugal In lire, and extremely patriotlr but charming In their treatment nf any foreigners whom the> trusted Turkish women had reacted finely to their emancipation, said Mr. Tucker, and took the.r pail in public life without forgetting A pathway For pedestrians oi either side of the Victoria Br dgwould certainly make it easiei com fa these travellers, but anothc the p one now would be n more exstrict! Trinidad is making a great riTorl le encourage foreign eapl' %  and so establish additional ndustries in the colony In furthcranre of irieir policy of Industrial development. Mr Solomon line hoy. Commissioner of l-l...... of that colony t..ld tin"Advocate" yesterday Mr Hnchoy arrived on Stinduv by B.W.I A. tor the Labour Officers' Conference, and is staying at IhO Hast ngs Hotel He said that In order fo give effect to the policy of encouraging foreign Investment, the Government had enacted legislation to eld pioneer industries The chief provision <etween March 15 and 31 SPffD/NG FINED Two persons were fined bv His Worship Mr. H. A. Talma yesterday for speeding on the Mreel The% Mere Cecil Clement .>r Bank Hall and Deele Lynch of Wavell Avenue. Black Rock | lit was ordered to pay Kt to be paid by monthly instalments of LI. or in default two months' imprisonment and Lynch £3 by monthly instalments or two months' imprisonment Clement euimnitted his offence while driving Hie motor van M 312 on April SB, and Lynch while driving the motor van M 1283 on March 15. pan re effelr than lh.one |u*t lo curb inflations In rental levels. constructed In view of the posAgreement MI.IC i.tonstiurlini of the bridge || P ^, i( j lha aft „ W(tok „ „ f however, this was a matter that negotiates, the Oilfields Emwould necessitate the careful pl„ y v Association (.- th.. no consideration of Government befield* Workers' links fore granting the necessary mo,„, Wednesday last All Ready For Rain I-KIH-Sl H1ANS ,n -he i I'.V gvaa hand were yesterday equipped with Cyclists carried coats over the i COBls. t>ut there were no handles of their vehicles, while hard showers in this area Several passengers gelling on and off the ten with plastic buses were also prepared for any coats or head lie* of the same mashowers About midday a few tenal which were placed either in light showers fell in the city area thetr baskets or carried over the but were soon finished. the Director of Highw..tand Transport told the "Advocate" yesterday. He said that he did consider -nlf.iide.l week, an agreement to take the place of one ui'' expired. The details had not yet leen released, but torI ratification of the agreement Ataturk decided that his countwo partVand St John four parts, try must become n western A S PART OF their monthly procountry, and that it must proggramme, there will be a Film res*. He decided thut Turkey Show at the Y.M.C.A. to-night, "hould forget all thoughts < f From 4 lo 4.30 there will be a Gym empire, and develop the homeClass while the Barbados Table land. He abolished the Sultanate Tennis Association Competition and himself refused the crown; the art of being charming will take place from 0.30 to 8.15 but he became the first preside.,t their homes Because of that. p-jl of the Turkish Republic. He broke there was no militant feminism „„_. .. the grip of the Moslem Heligio i in Turkey. npilF. Y.M.t.A. are now making on he govPrnm< nl (lf | hc ( .„ uil Mi. Tucker said that the BntX preparations to begin their lry am | m ade Turkev Inte Council estabbshment in Annual Championship 'ou !" "state, safeguarding, however, the Ankara Wal a large one. There ments of Billiards. Snooker. Table jr^io,,, 0 f religion nmtded th..*. were during his time, over 20 Tennis. DraugnTi Dominoes, Lawn 1htm WM no altempl bv an> Lond on appoinked officers and over 50 Council employees altogether. The budget in 1944 eras £300.000. Tennis and Chess. . ... religion to proselytise or interMembers entering these tournefprc n (h( govmim ,.„, ments ore required to register their names before Saturday. fEAN MORRIS of Castle Grant was bitten by a dog yesterday Atatarfc. in addition, broushl In many reform* aimed al breaking traditions which would evening at about" 510 While in the hln "" development along w~itCaslle Grant area. She was later *n IUw* such referSMh*treated by Dr. Johnson. PJwVO of Huded the abolition or religious St. Joseph, and discharged. schools and religious courts: T WO BICYCLES were involved making lllrgal Ihe wearing of In an accident on Groves the fei or turban and In-lslln? Road. St John at about 7 o'clock that western hats be worn; last night One was ridden bv Introduction ot the International iraham of Sealv Hill. Si calendar .mrt clock; the abol. John, and the other bv Neville "on of polvfarm: introduction Harris, also of St. John of a elvil rode .long the lim-' The back wheel of Graham's of the Si < ode bicycle and the front wheel of The i-i Harris' were damaged. Graham i" was slightly Injured on her right cipat hand and face. %  ">e use nl riling What's on Today Court e.f Ordinary at 11.00 ilson i in Ii.oti.jil ji Queen's Park al 5ue p.m Mobile Cinrma. Chanre llsll Plantation Yard -*t l.u si 7.30 pm. I'.lor Band Concert at Hsslmcs Rocks at SCO the euet.ai of ., ''le.e.' (....% %  v W .1 %  | %  ..k.1,1 gfl Tim I Here" Flgn from the Public day May 25. Works entrance to the present The oil industry employed in pathway a necessity, and that the vicinity of 15.000 workerthis would definitely he done ind tnr oilfield Workers Trade Immediately after the putting Union had been the recognised up Of other signs in the City, full bargaining body oT these workattention, he said, would be givera from the lime of the incepon to • %  crossing'• signs tor p.t lon of the trade union movedestnans wherever they were mm{ ln the polony. in-, i-sii The Director said that the erection of "Road Direction'* signs about the Island had now greatly improved on account of the availability of the necesaary material. The extension of "Major Road" signs was a recognised necessity too, he considered, and Dorseeri an effort was now being n -de Hasting to devise a cheaper sign than that at present in use. Work In Hand Asked about the annual Road Construction Programme, he sai' that the work was in hand, and in mme places had already start ed. As regards the HarmonHall bend to which attention ha but recently U-cn drawn In the House of Asseanbt*! he said that estimates had been su>g Government, and their decision was now being awaited. Referring to the new but • Und. 'he Dire I te be working quite satI a< there had been complaints from any quarter. I he said that he reou t like to express his at | of the efforts being mac various authorities It 25 VEAKN AOU. \.|... ..i. May %  . 19251. On Friday last a Ore broke oul at Beken PleataUon, st peter, belonging to Mr I <. Pllgrlra destroying 1.1 .nn if I and seven acTei 01 iTaSUft crop eanrs, 14 acie .: r.. .-1 In h, two cattle pens, two canu top heaps and nine acres of sour grass; re then spread towards Hayman's and devoured four and a half acres of trashed insured young canoe and 35 acres of sour grass belonging to Mr i b U Packer, and froo. tinI M touched Bayfleld and destroye ight The programme is an follows MilUa>* M'* St.SI't Th. %  ntlSk BBseaueal I I MM.-I '... ROBINSONS PATENT' BARLEY mikes milk mors digestible lor baby j. 'PATENT'CROATS ^st*' mtkei weaolnj %  hippy itma fee gggf NOW FRESH % %  I'HI.Vl I'K.I ON CHOW gat your supply from H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.—Agents. V.VV.V.".VaVaV."./Va HARRISON'S BROAD i ST EXPANDED METAL DIAMOND SIIAPF MKSII In in . in I in and I'j In (MeaaiirenientN equal thr .hort way of mesh), ALL siiF.LTs iitrr — ALSO — CAST IRON COOKING STOVES (IN HOOIl UK tTIUI) "KTNA" IIOVKR Kin.. . 7 uid M "CALEDONIA" IMIVIK siir.: . J. |. „d . All llh 5 OlOKINIi IIOI.I1S ON Tilt: TOP PLATE. Th..e mm jr.' built on ^Irntlllr prlDrlplr. u riwurr i-. i. i .Ii..... 1.1 and i..,.i —M %  i -'uii not il. ... U..-. hliMy .11" Inu ri,krr. I,.H UUF, ,„ U | TO ,„, ,„,„.„!„, |„ larl r.iMMm|ill.n VOI'K INUI IHIIS HILL III Ari'KKCTATLTI. HARRISON'S Hardware Depf. DIAL 2364 WE ALL CANT BLOW SMOKE RINCJS <£p BUT WE •£§)( CAN ^J**, BUY "DOBIES" FOUR SQUARE BRAND AND ENJOY "A GOOD SMOKE." U*.. Ha.,*. Tl.r Mi|a4o Hull.-. Th* IXII* t • inns Mifidivii Tt res l. %  i SHI— .1, Fur lt sn |l Of FT..I.I.d ••> % %  U>-i..hli Usc4i>r'~>n c riutarl i. %  ,. s..-.— genw All thd> ihlruH >."i •' rse/BM Hui 'I'll* %  "AVr. TMK KING bad certainly been Such Perfect Blending can only be achieved by HARMONY PEARL NECKLETS Single Strands Double Strands 51.211 S2.7U Fitted with very attractive clasps CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10. II. 12 c 13 BROAD STREET. %  %  fi



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PACK SIV BARBADOS ADVOCATE FKIDAV. MAY 11. 1M HFNRY DINiNGIS MOOE CUABMINGBV CANDL-ELkSUT f SILVERSMI' f < IIJJ-IJ-JV2/ BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE WALT DISNEY BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNr. P£*J WITH VMCff I CALL THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER 19& %  JWREWC^'M'ieLiiriwS POWER' eOMBMN'j V K. O. CANNON A NEW AOVEHTURE-WITH WHISPER IT SCUfOS SO UrlLIHI lUCCl TO KILL -iMSI.i ", WAS l TOCH BtBO?..TOO TOUJH NOT TO AIT MOftCv v MU VOWN MIAM. WWT DO YOU SAV.ViDCKQ? —BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC.MANUS Vr=>7 PL.5T9 wgVTMNO -1 WA* JJ6T v Y.BOTS If — -*,'";" c Ji > TCP OF 00 ytxi TV**: TMFJ wa-o ( J *i^ tX**T OWE FtftDM THOSE OJ TM" TCI_EVTI 6BT PT-9 A Wi.ST.rOP P-CSOV TO TALK TO MM -BUT I QUBWfLL HAVE, TO BAWL l-MOuT' c DIAL 223o tOttUCK SI. I \ HEALTH BENEFITS • TONES UP DIGESTION • ENRICHES THE BLOOD • RESTORES NERVOUS ENERGY • BUILDS UP THE BODY BYNIN AM AH A til el llll i % % %  • %  III II0., ION 00a LookFi Stay — STYLISH LADIES' and CHILDRENS" SHOES With Low iwd.-. ID White Nabuck ud Black Surdr ALL SIZES IN STOCK. FASHION CREATIONS IN READYMADE DRESSES. IH.Dlst-. SKIRTS. BLACKS. HOURR COATS. TENNIS SHORTS. BEACH WEAR. Lit 1HIOAOUAV IMIISS a I I day long Thia wondarful •enaetii'n i* wonderfully ctuy to get. .Tuat -howw yourself all over with t'*lim.• "Prestcold" Refrigerators ARE RIGHT FOR YOU VT TO THE MINITE IN DEUON BUILT WrTH A FUTUEE IN TLEW! THE I'RIOfc OF THE KITCHEN : All atcW. All IVHdrf. neat Proof CabioeU; Heavilr rulca Hardware. Prc.lt.ld PrefKMMIr HermfUcall! Sealed IMaV Laraa Caaaclty •PRESTADORS' CreaaaUn aad Meal Keeper. IN STOCK:— 4.89 cu.ft. and 7.7 eu.ft WITH A FIVE (5) YEAR GUARANTEE



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iKimv MAV 19. 1*50 l:\Uli\lm~ .UWOOXTI' fAGE si w N CLASSIFIED ADS. IN MEMORLAM i m ISMA\ lam itat •.".. %  .-J tV %  n-bered b. Villa Wllr*. Seymour Small. FOR SALE AUTOMOTIVt t Bv Deluar Ai.pi> We. ley Beyle* good end i etTv. I : %  M.i Model Her 111 i> overhauled Apply' Ton Uelagi FOR RKIVT HOUE AVAIU1U uVaJaTOIATELT-A good PuMneaa BMd With at wlUuyal "W". m i H i M i tsr Drr Ooode. at* "i* of railed B.Li. Hout* ireel. Apply ImmMuu',1 DU1 MM. after Koui 4IM ft ft -lln %  "" Lounge. Dining Mourn, lem fully Hied Toiler and ahearra. Iso MM "'"•" Oarage Available from J. In Unlurnlohed an tu mo__ yearly teeer Apply RALPH A MAUD. Hardwood Alley Phone 44 or Seas Iff SO—3i .,il. CAK ci.-spatial Dthar. Plymo.itl Car IMI Apply OMBtopoUtan GHUI Magaiine Lane. Dial 391S DIAL MIS II ft. SO 3: B. Udghill 4330 JO M !'..:,-. mar dnren A it ftlM after • i IB St T I CAR On* ID Plull Drive Dodge equipped with radio and new tyrei Car in perfect condition Good aa new Apply O Itarw Rrad. C <> C, nedlai Bank of Conmmt. ll.B.fte—4> ENGINE—Molar Cycle engine. Tyro* k parta Apply to R Whitehall C/o 1 P. Muaaon'. Warehouer or Chat—a M If S SB—to MOTOR HV KIT u,* >|, BIA. molor byke apply H Rock. H Ji Jonea ft r*n.. I,M. Phono Wll Hi it—I VAN-V-I Ford Van Pick-up In good vndiliun and in warning order. 4 w* I* re., reeinnable price Apply C Ban meter. Slot. Hill, St. Jama.. 19 J 141 Jn ELECTRICAL^ ELECTRICAL WIRE and Biunfa—/o*4 tnpla '2" ,w,n T m '"fie. Vf Iwtn. IMS irlpla, j 03B twin C.T 7 Oft.. 7 Oil. I/***, T.'Btt. and 1 Off* VI I. alto iwll.-nc* receptacle, and other Item. Enquire Auto Tyre Company. Trafalgar Street. Phone MM 10S.90.—11 n LIVESTOCK POIIR SMALL trurki and harncx. cla Si. George MI i >i. two mule Apply 33M. PronII S.SB—3n HORSE_Jfair bred 3 yr Old "Bh Diamondby O.T.C. out of Call Girl. Apply J. II am. Watrrrord. St Mich. I*AllBm*-Pura Brad Flemleh Oler, Rabbit. Apply G L Harford, No lit Jarnea 17 II POULTRY VOUNO TURKEYS—Half•krad Breetae Phone MB Mr* Maloney. Maxwell II ft SB—1H DUCRXINGS-lOday.old. Apply O L. Harford, Nera-aed SI Jftnee IT B S*-tn MlgCaiANEOUS ANTIOUXB— of RWT deetjlpUon filaae. CMm, oM Jewel., fa* tkw Watercelouri Early booh*. Map*. Aulographa. aw M Qi ninsai Antlquo Stnop, •DOUUBI BaMU VaMUGMil SILVER WATERS' —RlK-at S m IM Juna. IBM Coniainitia Dr. Dlmn< Room. kM nwlH iiimna walai. Garaac. I la>i with T..|l*t ft Bath. Apply t John Baokla*. 44CI i Pl'RNISHED WHITE COTTAOE—Bt Jjma* Apply M. I M Grc-nid*. Whirr rotUfr Si J.m.. If 1 SO-* ^AT—1-ully turpiahed. Unan CUI l*ty. ail modern ronymianN*. 1ft mlnulf walk from CluW and Ctly—Olfti 4103 PLATSThroo Hi unfumldtad Plan al Ah*.*aUia. Day roll* Road r*, JTT i-<-.ilar. Dial E C Tiald US'. PLAT: runnins partlcuUn Dial %  %  4 N~l I %  GRAIND VIEW Go.mimut I monlh.. July to QcWbar. Appt SB -In •HOLl.ArfTHlE %  T* ml!* I(,|| -n, laric nrawlna tmm. I badraorni. Din. in iroom. RnrakfaM mom. W C ft R|h karca Oaraaa. row I Houtc in v.rd, alia. Sarvant* ouf otRcaa For paM^uktr. •PPly Hr. Harry rord.. n* dm.. if i to I'l Ml II -.HIS I liana baan l.f UARCY A SCOTT. Covt Auctlonaor II B to-to REAL ESTATE on l.„ -,J.Ursa dtaa,' roonta, i..i>". iiuri kifcnati a>id MMH. ruo< Cpaiaar*. j wn U u... % %  laI an-l bait. Tkpra i a .mall Upacioiii oaca tan with i.n>* and fruil traaa ),uuilaa. IfSSft, LftlSB aarad* anu HIUIIW. Elactiu.1,1. %  aiar .o.i ...... „, aiailaa tnivuBIHtui Inaprction by apBOinimant aim Mi* .i>, ine o*n* l.irpnena UU By pumic aurlion on Friday tha Iftu. May, %  ••o, al i pm at tna wnce f in. unotiiiaiwU lium whom lurui-r Sarnculan and condlllotM of 1.WWOOD. flockley Naw Rowl. fi-l Juno Foa Particular. apply Carrlnaton ft SMdv ^ LITTLE HAMILTON Si I IITffdl r-Lfirniahad 1 bodrootni ate N Itnai Ap,4y *D MtM Baylay. Marathon. SI MALTA. Catlla Waah. for lha month { un *. Dp, ' •** %  I Waalharhaad laxaraira (Toaaf. Phona am 17 5 SO—In niPIJrv.Oe*.RCA Murwaii c Two Bad room a, all modain convn.irnoat luriudlnar rafrlarmtora, for Juna ft July and from October on—Phone mi) II %  .•— nrsTAwiLE. Oibb. Beach, st Petet. Modem Bunsalow —fully furniihed 3 badrooma. July OelobacNovrmbrr rombe. Apply W*-ley Baylay PI camber Apply w.,.,., Bayl,.y. Phejna ">• I '' %  %  --. ?. %  ITH1 U NOTICES Illl Bl'OAR INDIITBIAL AC.RI. t I. Tt'BAL BANK ACT, IftU Ta tba awifaari kaMUr aBaelaiir 1^„ aeaiail UBOVE FUr.uUaa. SL Philip Take Notice thai we, the ownan of the FLOUR BAGSOpened and %  naahed %  -*•%  %  m marki Uken aejl Avply K It Hudb ft Co., Ltd. over B.ta Shne Follow the Rat ft Mice Campatan— It haa now become a national duly lo deetroy the.* oeata. U*e "KILL-EM OFT. ThU bait I* made lo one of the formulae of the Mtiilafry of Pood. and ii the reauh. of reaearch work by ehcmlaU capeclally appointed by the Government In an attempt lo aolve thli prnBI—i. "KILLIMorrwill be round, 'f u-ed yrwperly. a certain killer. II la EASY TO H.UNDI.F SlklPLF. TO OPERATEand FATAL TO RATS ft MICE Price— Rat Bait it Mi.r Ball 1 • Obtainable al KNIGHTS LTD II IV In 1'IIT ilm S Inch dlarn* fee Ltd. i 1'ipe IB ftaal lone with Dial MO, Purity Baker 1J.8S0 -Tn. STOVE On. atove and on iher lurii,.... uriier perrerllon oil % %  -' order. For furI 2344 19S.BB—n TINS A quanllty of empty Una for hatchini planta or houaehold purpoaaa. Dial 30B3 .P,irlly Bakerlea Ltd lXSJft.-7hWA1VTED HELP YOUNG 1ADY PEEKING EMPLOYMENT M Stano-typut Secondary Education, ahoithand !0 word* per minute, wide knowledge I typewrltlns Reply 1.. K n B s Luey'a Po-l O.Tlce II B SO— In CAPABLE. XPERiriNCKD. Ed ue a led per^n for ofTre Apply by letter—In flrat Initanre—t -crabank. Wnrthml it I StV-3n A JUNIOR CLERK Apply by letter and li C H. KINCH CO LI MISCELLANEOUS JOI lt\AI ISM THE ADVOCATE baa tw In IU Editorial Department One U for a UMhi youm ln( School neit lerm and make >ournaiiam a career. Tb other hi for a highly educated man of oulatan^lng Intelligence ability lo write Kngllah. The aa nflered In both CBBH are aa can be obtained In BARBADOS today So far lettera ol application h diaappMntln and lb* Editor looking for the right men (or the two jobe. Write giving full detatla to 11 rditor. The Advocate M Broad M 1I1H-I f I LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application of Katuieth Haynri holder of Liquor Uceraw No fteO IB&O granted to William Burrowea r— t-ci of a wooden building al *4M_.. Df Weetbury ft Wettbury New Redd* P: Michael for permnaton to uae tU4 Liquee Ltcenaa at aald premier. Weft. bury Rd. Si Michael D.ted thu ITth day of May. ItBfl. To E A McLeod Eeq Police Magixrate. Dirt. "AfUgned GODFREY FORDS. .. —. '* *BPlewn' N n -Thi. application will be top. • idered al a Licenalng Court to few head at Police Court. Dkrtrtct "A", on Ttaaa. —' lh day of May IfdO a clock. I %  A MCLEOD Police MaglMrai*. DM -, If I SB— In bove Ael asalnri tha aald Plantation' ipeii of the Agrlcullurel money haa been borrowed Aancultural Akfta Act IftOO. oe the above I B. Rof> In ami. Managing Director THE "i'N1 ivni-awtiAl. AftUCl'L Tl'BAL BANK AIT, letl TO the Creditor, haldlni aperlally n. .,< Aaalaet EVERTON FLANTATION. TAKE NOTICE' that I F II E Doug U. Truetee of the Eaate of F. H A I'm,: ... We will M | up for Sale at public competition at our OfRce No 17 Kian ftnaat. M itSo" 1 ?'L'" a "' '"• •* th %  •* ALL THAT two .toned Wall BulldlM .tend n on haU ,*> Aer. of Und at riagitaff R..ad. Clapham The Building cumpriaea — On tha Ground FloorShoe and Baberv On ihe nrat floor1 ne.lixi.n-. f. —— — a[; Jl *f n %  %  Bill, on tha peemi am For furlher partlcuUn and CondlUbna sale, apoiv t„ the underaigned COTTLE. CATPORD ft CO lSftft-gn ftf iltoe. abeul ID obtain a It* the pm via Inn. telnet Ihe aald Plantation. the Agricultural year Ihe above A 1C60 lo IBS No money baa been borrowed un4 ne Aarlcullurai Aid. Art, IftOS. or I •MPg Ae (M Ihe rate may bei laeant of auch year. Dated thu llth day af May. 1*J4I P. '! I DOUGIAS. Trujtee II S sa-fta ftTE al'HAR INBLSTRIAL AOBtCL'LTl'BAL BANK ACT. 1*43 a Ibe Creditor, fealdiai peelally Lleai Aiala.l 1 IT II I flpA n.ANTATION. HI leeepb TAKE NOTftUB thai I, ihe Owner of Ihe above Plantation am about to obtain %  loan of EBtt.undrr the provtelon. ol he above Art agaan-t the aald PMntoiion n reaped of ihe Agricultural yeat iftM to ISftl Ha mooar naa been borrowed under thi Aapieiritiaral Aid. Arf. IftOS. or v .bove Act (•• the raw may bei u reapaot of each year Dated thl. lTUi day o( May. 1PM L. E SMITH. Owner 17 ft to—fa THI AORICl LTChAt AIBS ACT. ... r. Ihe Creditor, belflaf llerrlellr LI.a. Afalaal BAOATBbLC PLANTATION. ft, Thebata TAKE NOTICH thfti at the owne.. of he above named plantation, am about a obtain a loan of /.MOO under Ihe provlelorui of the above Act. aawlnal th.gar. Mo l aaaa. and other crop* of th. id plantation to be reaped In IMI No money hat yet been bort laintt lha aald crop. Deled thl. ITth day of May. 1*W C. E TBYHANT-. teal Owner gdaa* par R E ' %  REMOVAL Cralg'a Garega bat been ram from lit RaeBuch Blreat lo opp the Roebuck Moravian Church. II ft BO— th NOTICE WANTED BT THE PABISH OF r HIT A Certificated, ekperlenced Audi* far tha auditing of the Parochial / eoufltt of Ihe pariah, at an anni %  alary of CIS Appllcatiora will be received by 1 under.lgned up lo Ihe h Inat. O DEANE, Veatry Clerk. St. Lucy 113 ftLIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application of Charle. O Yet wood holder of Liquor Ucenae No. 1 pf IfdO granted to lanlhe Rock in I (pert of a beard ft .heigle ahop attached lo reUdence at Bftatert M Eft. Mich* for permuaaon to ute tald IJeenae a wall building attached to rmldei at Park Road. Buah Hall, St Michael Detail thl. ITth day of May. 1SV. • m Police Magi .irate. SUjnad CHAS G H B —Thla EARWOOD ASHfJ application will be LWenHlng Court to b at Police Court. Deatrict "A' on .T gay the Mth day of May Itfto a 1 • deck, a m E A MCLEOD Police Maginrate. Dial REAL ESTATEI W.II offer far M te by Public Competition at my enVe Vieton. el on Friday IMh at I p, m 1 The maneaaa pf Bwellina heu_Hleheel llo.ue containa dr.w.na din . ?" "-, ,ftu " % %  o" Office, eleel.1.%  iched wr ^^ u • '" %  * — *£2T SS S '^oouU^Jd toeroed and ahinailed houae and eui ofTH-eetandlr.g ihe/con llouer drawing, dining. 4 bedrooi With GalvankW Iran Pahn_ apartlon. condlUona and terma of aale apply R AJfCHBR MC KJEtZUa. \ .let i. ei>claaed The I M TaBMU* .ovtn\>ii\i \OlMl IIOl'SKl RAI-T CBNffftB, B\V BTBKCT TTte following projjt.imme o.' Day and Evening Clajuar. wll) open at Uv? Kouaex.aii CMMN, Ba> Sirtvt. fi.-Ni Monday .th May to Friday 4th Aufust. IffwO 10 00 im — li 00 noon. Caf and pattry maRlng Slrnple draat rutting] and tawing. 1 00 pm— 4.00 pm—ADVANCED drfasmsliing 4 pmf M pm—Tarty Dlthf-t and lib)* Isving TtUc Mshln* 10.00 a.m.—12 00 ncmn—AdvsnrPd cska icing %  jrmentarv Drceamaklng 2 00 pm— 4 00 pm—Salads and ivy*rt. 4 30 pm — • 30 pm — Vukr and pastry making Advsnctd pattprn Dtsftlng It.to am—13 00 noon—Oirli* fim Cookary Courta Morn* Nursing J 00 pm 4 00 pm—Variety Di.haSimpla Diraarnakliig 4. St pm— I 30 pm—*-rlbbaan Cookr> AtWancad Draaamaking 10 00 am —I? 00 noon—Advanced Cooker\nnd table laving 2.00 p.m.— 4 00 p m.—But It-ring Advanced Handicrafts. 4 SO pm — 6 SO pm -iTivktall Snacks. Mandicraltf. Tksroaky r.m.iv 10.00 a.m.—12.00 nonn—a 2.00 p.m.— 4 00 p.m.—Cl 4 30 pm t 30 |. in -Si _. public competition, al our High Slreet, Brhf^etuwn. en Ptiday (he ftth day ol May Ifff, at t p m The detirable Ireahold d.el. ,,, he*.** called COLLUI. aituale at p.-t OHIce Gap. Worthing The dwelling houae cuenprlack Van%  tah en 1 aadea. fi.aini ft >n.. .. %  roonia. J Hedioom.. Kitchen Toilet and Bath %  landing on 4 IT* aqu.i. feel of land. In.peciioii i.\ery day ekrept Sunday on appllralion lo Mr R R Farmed nV, premlaea Dial 1313 F (l| u ,iher %  *.*Uculara and condltrana o( aale appl, IP COTTLE. CATPORD ft CO If S SfwHei %  CHURCH!I_L"-luale .1 Maiarala Coa.t. ChrUI Church, .landing on fJSfl %  re reel of l/.nd. with 11 f^) ,^ M & to Ihe aea. 3D yard. dletit< ',' „ h Tu ••'"•In. frawing-dlning JTITT oedr,m. and kitchen, pll built-in ciphoard. and wardroeaa, .-.-ndah. .mall hall and the „.„( ,Sc*T t"* y.rd !" nm '"'' room %  •" _.JEdft> fttS on application to the under. %  ned. from whom fu.lhe, paMiclar. and eondltiona of aale may be obtained -a7*a*SS f^**-"* 1 "•" * aet up for atle at pubic auction al our office, 151 ft 151 Roebuck Street. Bridgetown, on PTllayta a_fla May. IftM. at IM pm. Tale. Btjfaat gag R t. NICHOLLS ft CO, Ballfttlora, 10." MK1IMF:M| A M Pin* Hill eliding m ..1-proaii.taiely IS arree of land 4 fcedi". Beth and W C Dining. I*., ,,.. llr-af.el Hooma, largeSailing K.in RgB, Itmiry and Store Rnom. • r.nta Room*. Garage. Stable. Fowl •ea Phane Mr. D 1. Johneat C t A Clark "Hyde" Si lawrenre Telephone nan „ aan-ii n ONE LARGE HOUSE and Aperlnienl on ihe aaa BL Lawrana*. fully furaiehed Dial ftSfti is 4 to--1 f n VVt o/ptr Two Et**ntialt to the Housewife S 50 lbs. Choice New Crop Potatoes for $400, along with 5-lb. Tins Auitralian Cookinic Butter for 13.W. HAROLD PROVERBS A CO., LIMITED. >k-eV>V%rieVVe>^Xa; ( heiprnde To-morrtut'* Special : ( fJOel MDI HOT 1MM It I Kl AM r m %  ixixsauiv coilro> or mr wrsr IMMTJ DCrA.TMFVT OF imiMIMl Wise \DVERTISE St \ l'NI\f.M4in I Hi I BQI ^1 { Of THF WfSI IMMfs \\ S nri'MiTMrNT OV ^ ; r.\IK\Xln\l IfUMfel W\ I 51 ^ sWGLAND UNDER S THE STVARTS . | A CBairse ot Six Weekly LrctBrr* University College of the West Indies. APPLICATIONS are invited for the raasj of I^elurer or Senior Lecturer in the Department of II .mat: Anatomy. The salar> ftjogflfji are £700 X £50 to £900 for :t Lwiaef and £900 v £50 tn 1" 1.500, for a Senior Lecturer, with an erricleVv bar a! £1.200 Point f i-nti \ In the scale li determined by quallfleatlons ol the applicant. Cost of j living allowance is paid of £40— £80 for single persons and or £90£ 100 for married men. amount depending on salary. Child nllowanee Is £70 per child to a maximum of £210 Superannuation is under F.S 8.U. arrangements Unfurnlsi'-'l aecommodalbm IK available at rent not exeeedlng 10% of salar> Duties should l*egm not later than October 1950. Applications (twelve copies), with full partlcu'< i and the names of three referee* should lie nvcived In-fore June. 27th by the Secretary, Senate,Comn..*•••. %  Of) Higher Education In the' Colonies, Senate House. University f London, Male! St.. London,, W.C I, from whom further particular* may be obtained I It 1 1 K IN \ I I A WII.I I B A B L >; IV .mnum st I.BO |i ni At X IHRKItON COI.IFI.: J (Llfmrel ij On V>VVXefe*d at W I '.i m ivrsi Canadian NaliouaI Steaiiishipsl %  OUTBBOlrHD : %  -:>v H<>:.:*I;Y .. CAS CTttTTJeTR LADY SDjtON CAN coNnrRtinii. LADY RODffEY LADY NXLBON IADY BOONBY SOSISnofKD LADY RODNEY LADY NEI*JN IADY RODNEY LADY NELSON LADY RODNEY Bella -an. Maalreal Mel If a. %  tin afar nth v IfUl May Und May 3lel Mas3rd June ii ... trsaa i s*h May Itlh M-v Snd June Snd June mi. Jurat lath Jor NfS Ei glleri client, bungalow modern ron*er.lef>cea In good ieudenial dleoici. full partaruiar. raduired it $ so in CIB. CLE^ IlIAWAM AMIM" I FRENCH USE SS ••GASCOfJNE" SfftlUllg to Trinidad on Ihg Mth M FIRST CI.AHH PAHKAOFS ON'LV SI9.M S.S. "OASCOGNE" Sailing to fivmnuth and Le Havre via Mm unique and Oudaloupg on tha lat June. 19S0 For further purtirlil.irs apl>llr — H. M. JONES & CO, LTD.-Agents. 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Friila.. Blay IB 1H.10. Bartotiws fccicate 1 Prirr: FIVE 1 t.\IS Year S3 RUM COSTS TOO MUCH IN U.K. Russia To Be Charged With Hindering Treaty LONDON. Hn 18. TW "MO THREE" Foreign Mh...ters I !ien they meel to-ilny to Hi,f tha wort Of the two chambers of the council of Europe's "Parliament" Bdl ol Kuropc W.I. Delegates To Meet H.M's Government NEXT THURSDAY >ff-m Our II*I. C QMf Sf Ill LONDON, May 18. The rir-t loini ,1 meet in : between BW.I. sugar delegates and His Majesty's Government is expected to take place next Thursday. The Ma was agreed upon by a delegation meeting it th* Weil India Committee this morning, and has been forwarded to the Colonial Office for approval and confirmation. Tomorrow's meeting at the Wes; India Committee will be the last until Monday, as the delegation have been invited lo vee the m.it. i between the West Indies and thM.CC. at Lords on Saturday On Monday the delegation are to be received by the Parliamcntarv Labour Party. Jamaica Wants To Build Tourist City SENDS GRIFFITHS CABLE •Barbadu. Adtur.tr (_iirrviponN May IB Frame and Britain to-day an•DUBCOd an important plan believed to foreshadow some form •' continued American financial id economic aid to Europe after PICKWICK-ROVERS 1 Johnson. Spartan inside yesterday The ball li what looked Ilk) jatodlan Hill is aeen mak •ur %  save this ahot irom Dm %  d forward This gavi Spai i % %  then first goal in ihen match a) Kensington %  tan gninii into tin Roal Bottom picture shows Boyco of Spartan missing HI % % %  ... i Tally Clerk Drowned Fred Hue. a middle-aged man Road View. St, Peter, VM drowned, at Spelghtstown Bav when he tell from the barge C'.allenor." v.huh was tied off alongside the S.S v. %  The I ii...i just finished aUBB^Kbli tne Megti.i with a load of su.ar and araa awaiting a launch to tow It back the Pier. Rice who was tally[ sugar on the "Chnllenor', was sitting on the rail-. Tin lew hoard htm shout and hold its chest but before the) could each him he tell i.verhoard an: %  Rice was formerly skipper Ol (he Chitllenor' when It was a B ch ooaar but since it has been rartad hi DM been tallying. ^r ATLI 1 NAP Nati ns WM rry gam Build Modern Defence System en Nail*, said t.. %  .Die ma) bo DSBTI disowned Police Run From Machine Gun 1-Oitr-Or-bPAIN, MB] | Drama as thrilling u, gnj aval laid IB tha Dick Ti.uy comic strip occurred at a Port of Spain night club this morning srfaOrO %  police raiding party armed with > i e loreed lo beat a hasty retreat following machine gun retaliation from occupants. PolIcemen went to execute search warrant* on the premise* ana. were greeted with voices from the attic "dont enter, we have a machine gun to shoot you down Scores of spectators watched on safe distance away. The lights Cecil Worrell appeared for the [of the building suddenly went Crown and M. A. J. Hamkntonlout and a gun battle was averted was the Trial Judge. a* the lawmen retreated. SAN FRANCISCO. May 18. Nineteen-year-old I'rinto* F.itI hla of Egyp'*said to-day sirand I hei commoner hushand. Rind 1 Ghali, would be remarried In a' Moslem ioremon.1 "withi-i ,n I couple of days Her mother. Qua she meant "as soon i maybe this week. t week." Princess Fathia by King Farouk, her brother, after marrying Ghali in ;i n,,. uiii ceremony on April 25. She and her husband, a Coptic Christian and Queen Na/li 1 fomt* er private secretary, hove lived apart since the ceremony, but after the Moslem marriage. "the> will slip away on their honeymoon," the Queen said. "Do not disturb" signs hung over the doors of their separate hold suite.* tn-.i.i;, ,t. %  telephone arrangements fur their honeymoon "probably in Hawaii." Under Moslem law any couple l CM many Pimply by exchanging' vows but "Fathia wants a real ceremony with a Moslem priest ami | It w friends present," the Ouccn said. She says they will be married only once and she wants to remember it. She will weir a wlulc F anon gown — she looks very ively in white. Princess Fathia said she had no fear of infuriating King Farouk any more. "He can punish i no further." sliBald. But she was worried about "my beloved". 1 don't know what the King will do to him In Egypt, the King can do anything Rut please let us) not even think about IL Ghali, whose diplomatic passport has been withdrawn b> the Egyptian Government, has been asked to leave the United States by May 25. But Mr. Bruce 'Barber, the Immigration Commiss'oner in Sa I Francisco, hinted today he might be given more time if he wanted It. If he wanted to live in th • On pan I. W.I. POLITICIANS WILL MEET INDIA'S HIGH COMMISSIONER (From Our Own Cofres,pondenf) LONDON. Mav 18. WEST INDIAN political leaders at present in l,ondon are to be Invited to meet Mr. Kritihna Menon. India*! Ili.-K Commissioner in the United Kingdom. The meeting will probably tak place next week at the House of Commons and one of the subjec. likely to be discussed is India' attitude toward the Ea had | I.inc. in.-1-i: arftn Mr Menon a) Utarward Mr. Blaanan li I sen intere*i in prob lem s of I • Fast ladl dlingnesr an informal discussion. Grenada born Dr. Hyacinth Morgan. M P. with whom Mr :t* been working on th* idea of a West h tary Committee. hn also taker, great Interest in the propo-*ei meeting and hi tUi of inviting atvaral MPs to Join informall' In the discussions. Sixteen Killed In Air Crash LOUISIANA. May 1U Sixteen people—eleven ettw and five passengers—were killed when a United States air force superfortress flying from Bermuda lo England crashed on landing It Lagen* Airfield in the Aiores early to-riav. The aircraft was on a routine mission. Passengers were mil. • tary personnel. the Information Office at UM American Air Force Base Bf Barksdale here said no further details were yet uvailable. The fortress was diverted Lagens when engine trouble developed. —".ruler Truman VVIeoines Sehuman Plan WASHINGTON. May 1C President Truman today wel corned the Schuman plan pooling French and German heavy industry as "an act of constructive statemanshlp." To Withstand External Threats LONDON. May 18, A Final communique Issued to-night at the end ol lb* North Atlantic Pact meetings here stated: "The Foreign Ministers remained ready to seize any opportunity for achieving a genuine ;uid lasting settlement of International problem* -• The Foreign BfhUStefl ( %  that the maintenaine t,t peace am Uie defence ol freeilon i the organisation of adtOJUtta mill SPORTS WINDOW \\ \swii-fK4vui ii i in H.I 1MMI M T.IIA* s t. \\IBs i*at i>i>M'> I oil I %  \l I II nwM VMPC i D i retura i<~ II.a..l.^ IUII iw> <*h*ll -1 HMII l: >' hi HIM I thr tHhi a-i In ih.,, % %  ion Kwtum will a*r Fnrttrm m< lUnk IUII I-.. IU'I MN ai V Mfl c.air..I PC kMbfhl ThrII Ii-i-,,-.. ll.rrl nd lUfflsoi. Cullrlr mip rharfci „..t ""'1*1 in tn *eoml. U.S. Dollars For Canadian Arms OTTAWA. May 18 Canadian mllltarv tqulprnont may be purchased with Amern an funds for Atlantic Pact countries This possibility was foreseen here following an announcement by the United States Defence Secretary. Mr. Louis Johnson, that the United States forces had been directed to develop a programme tinder which thr United States and Canada would purchase between $15,000, 000 and 125,000,000 worth of military equipment a year from each ot*ier. An informed official here said that the new arrangement /lid not in itself mean that orders would be placed In Canada, but he added' It creates the legal ground for orders and that is what asg haVfl been after." — (Renter) U.S. Control Nylon ilxport WASHINGTON. May 18. Baited states Coroner manl lll*dS> placed centre % %  ] lit (if nylon, pararhnle sloth and other %  trateirte materials to prevent their being sent lo Rus'iJor her satellites Kxport control! on BOOM othei <>mmodi. ling soft eoej were removed —Reuter. The Dtpar I % %  ll'l'in. FSBBf iaf Uled to defence ish..'i ...i rndi ba UN r&e Iveelan M*aiatai < of the • i • nations: bsued %  statemont 1 %  "t Organisation f,,, VAHV < "-operation . uld invite the UoiUni States .i d CM %  %  elves with its working as soon as possible. It disclosed that last week th' fctelgn Mlnbrttn ol the four vbitlng nan %  .< I II| II %  the in,-. %  itv nf bringing tiro trans-Atlantic 0OUDinto a cloaa working reta* ::"iivhip artth the European end I Marshall Plan In Usase ulks. M-. n Afeeraaeae recover* programme ends in ISSt "American Inlereal Europe will certainly ronle after thai date." Uaati i Peeraon I %  tdlan Is a| Mo i-i%  had indleatad %  %  %  part of possibility of Aincrictanada OOfnlruj into the %  ••.! to have been n I % %  Na t ion' i m l.i-n.|.:i last week he (tig Three ("'inference mg on Renter 11 nun Our tXwn CnrreaponoWnl) LONDON, May 18 '1"\HE BATTLE for the reduction of rum dnty which has been waged vigorously, but in vain, in the British Press and Parliament for many years, may be re opened by a question Mr. Peter Smithers, Conservative M.P., tabled this week in the House of Commons. He asks the Colonial Secretary how many un employed there are in the rum manufacturing industry in Jamaica, Barbados and British Guiana. I want to RDOW what ia happening in the West indies as a rasull of lhc decreased exports f rum to Britain," Mr Smithers Oil Boundaries With lefei.iue to Ihe ttatenwnt regarding t h o liiilf (hi Company's concession in yesterday's issue, the description of the territorial waters should read— "The territorial waters contiguous to that part of the 1-eeward eoasl v. hlch lies between Harrison P a I n I Mghlhouae and llir stalnl Hfterr the soalheni boundary •! Ht Teter'* part MI meets the coast "Therefore." the commuimn added, "they are reto h rad build up a system of rlmn equipped with nwidarn Bsaapoi and capable ol with un> external thnral mrected aii.mi't .. %  %  < I 'i %  i The Ministers recommend'-d that each pal tv dn iilil lull cootribullon lo th.. ootnaaon %  e,u.d> nf the North, Atii nth . % %  i through mutual .i > •~'.u<,m ail praeocabls forms. The Minlsiers annnunred lhe> had created a North Atlaiili. planning board for which would work In operation wllh other bedtes in all matter* niT.ii.nl shipping In planalM. Following Is me lull text of the llnal comnuinn|Ui "At the fourth session of Ihe Atlantic Council in London the Foreign Ministers of the 12 nations of the North Atlantic Treaty consider ule principle* on whJei their association ii founded mo the objectives towards which they are working They rcafHrnico tha of their Governments to the principles whkh inspired the United Nations Charter and thefa conviction that common action under the treaty is an Integral part of the effort which all free nations are making to secure conditions of world pence and human welfare. 'To enable the Council •tin lively to carry out its ie*ponsll.iliue. and to exercise them contlnu• On page 3 Britain's Intelligence On Decline LONDON. May 19 Leadlni British scientists to-day >"warning of ".ilarmlng" decreases in fertility ra'ea and said that present trends if continued would mean a substantial drop In ii %  IntalUaanes at the populati<,n In a memorandum to the tnrol C mia irm on population, published i.. ra bj ihe Qovonunant %  h sclrntisls said that data so far %  . ., !„, %  •, .,] trend-, inilli.iled thai bv 204hl A U f.5 :> per cent ..f tl-o UrlUah pouulatlon would eonaW of sub-standard Inand the MO portion nf downright rsaMo-mlnded ptactirallv would Idnulili.l Tin found slatidicnl evidence It ta4IJaanas goc. with smaH '" I" 'he same volume of I resented to it the H.,v„l Com minion punt..! ,,'(,.-, ,,. |B ,its demonstrating contlnulni %  eonoiiiie pressuie discouraging almvcavaraca Intalllflsnees from far* • ility —Rrulei 5,000 See Passion Play IH> JAI K IIIMI1 IIIIEHAMBROAIT, Bvria. M.i l. CAMPAIGN TO LOWER PRESS TELEGRAPH COSTS Ovat ."i.uOO people to-day „ the first formal performance sine i ISM of the Passion Play In this small Bavarian town Most of them members and staffs of the West German Federal State Government*, allied officials, leading German families, and International Journalists—ware in their seats hy eight o'clock in the morning. President Heuxs. Chancellor D. Kunrad A>W n auar nnd Uva AlUvd High Commissioners arrived at ihe groat playhouse .i lew iittmile* liefnre the iwrformnnre iH'giin .it 8.45 am They were to sit there on hard boaids for 10 hours, with a twohour break for lunch. There Is a roof over the long rows of seats but not over the forepart of BBS stage This la in the open air Behind Is another stage, roofed which two sticri | laruai i in art rtpraaantad, in the forth -. Kickjii.tiii.i an ihe Bat ai I • MM -tieaki^l and rtunny The seen.mi woraflarlUlly colirful The great chorus of men, worn,-.mil i.irN WOTS lOQJ % %  in'' I %  'i a ltd sow WngUl frocks G. in licads ke|it their long flow iir neatly In plaOS For the root, the costumes, • On Page ~. told Though successive Chancellors f the Rxchequer have turned a deaf ear to constant appeals for Ihe reduction of rum duty, Mr. Smithers convinced that the British Treasury is losing money while "a valuable West Indies Industry is prejudiced". At 34 to 37 shillings for a bottle of which al-mt tine,' quarters represent duty, rum is In tha luxury class of drink Smithers declares rum is a healthy drink which th British public want, but at present is ''priced out of the pocket of lh< ordinary working class family i Britain Persia Abandons Air Surveys TKMKHAN. May 18. Tha I'eisian Covcrnmcnt told liu.-i.i tonight that it had ordered air photography near ihe So. LI i %  I %  • i M..ti border lo be abatidone i !. Miniive Soviet uneasiness*' A Persian Government no to handed to the Russian Embassy here assured the Russians that BO a* pnologrnpha hud yet baan taken In inline only land surveys OOuld !"• made, the Persian note said. The Pcislan Qovernment wished to strengthen already friendly relations wllh Russia, It added. -Eeuler 3 Briton* Musi Quit Hungary BUDAPawT May. IS. Thraa rnamban of the British legation slaff in lludapi asata tonight given live dayto leave Ihe country by tha Hungarian Qovatiunanl A short nota from the Hungarian Foreign Ministry' lo the British Legation gave no reason for their expulsion. Heater GOOD LOAN MOTON, May 18. i* Truman at his ly press conference today aid for that the Ex;.un—Import Bank's credit of $125.00" to Argentine banks, approved yesterday, was e good loan —Beater. £80,000, (MM) Aid For S. E. Asia SYDNEY. May 18 Experts from the seven countries attending Ihe Bnti I Cot monwealth Conference i %  •• wen to-day filling in details of thr ., envisaging n lund nf about 180.000,000 for b needy countries m southeast Asia It Is hoped I-t tiMfin sending Sid* in "much ISM than six months" an OtV SBid last nicht The %  %  %  %  if teehmcil "xnerts primary and set tion, and also for large-*. training of nationals —(Renter) HOME. May 18 The International Federation of Newspaper Publishers, repreSCntlnj the majority of newspapers In Western Europe and %  y In the United States, toil. > ttaelded on a campaign to IOWIT telegraph and telephone cost> for the Press. ul-llshers. representing news. er aasoc'ations In 13 Western I countries and the TJmtetl Stales, formulated seven demands for 'ower communlca%  and Mher facilities They decided to urge theae upon their national Oovemments. in an afforl to have them applied 'hr ughoul the western world bv national telecommunicntiniis union. .1 W Strit(matter, representative of Western German newspaper publishers, took his seat for the first time at the four-da congress bring held here. The federation yesterday de .dmit the German orsjattlaattM. the GesBand Der Ruchen Zettunverleger. without demanding fnsm Its members a special repudiation %  Other countries whose n""' papers were represented were 1 Belgium, Britain, Switzerland, HollaDenmark, Norway land and Egypt. The seven demand the publishers wen France, Italy. I Luxembourg Sweden, Fln1 A special Press category for Intei-nation a Telegraph. Telephone and Telex communications. 2. A 50 per cent reduction on Press telegrams nnd telephone calls in Europe* nnd more than 50 i>er cent overseas, and similar cuts In the cost of renting telegraphic machinery from Government teleprinter I 3 Prior.ly over other traffic for Press telegram,* ai phone call* 4 Intmduct'on oV subscription cal's acroas frontiers. I, Extension of special cheap Press rates to telegrams and telephone calls concerned with the administration of newspapers 8. Admission of Press telegrams an adl 7 International acceptance of "receiver to pav teleplv calls. U.N. Commission Urge Freedom Of Information MONTEVIDEO. May 18. The United Nat mission on tinfreed. f S formation and of the press to~day approved a motion asking thi General Assembly to recommend niembers that "when they are compelled to declare a state of emergency, measure-. |o limit the traadom of infi.itnatlon and of the press shall be taken only in the most exceptional i ucumslancts, t.ruJ Uifi only In the egUl I IrlCtb raoulrad ba Ih 11 laUon." Thimotion proposed by r\; I.arim Awun of la-baiion atai tarried by III voles with the sole abstention of Mi Ktuvun Dedi|ei of Yugoalavla. Supporting the motion. Ml Devadai Oandhl of India said: "It is bound lo have a healthy effect on administrations likely to abuse proas limiutlous in a state of emorgency." Mr. Philip .Ionian, of Bntain, sud that a slalv of einergericy in the United Kingdom had navei Lrought with It any I.nutation o: press funrlions In fact, Mr Jordan added. "Anj British Government that ev. • On Page 3 Joint Coiiiiniltff For Euro|MCoonell LONDON. May 18 J>wnan/lfi for tion and liaison belw %  | European Consultative Assembly RS OoUfWO of Mlnisti'T .-• %  %  ban tO-das by decisions lo form a Joint con. Tha Cou n ci l Of Europe nineman roeoneUlatlon' Corsani^tas decided lo create a )olnl comrnitaa of five representatives of the Council of Mini*tcrs ai aval representatives of the Assembly M Paul Hem tha I eembly. will prai OS ovat the jo'i* committed' A rtmransUiiir asld tha new committee would' I. Maintain aaod relations between the Ministers and tha • Oa page S. When He Asks for a Job! 70MB DAY that tiny sun of yours will seek liitit -i joli. The i unilitii.iimay lie tlinYrriit from IONS f(M fared i.n a -iiiiil.i occasion. 'hni it wan nti handicap in the workaday world if the hegjiinrr larked hig.lier education. Thi\* no longer true. Thr hest joh* go to those with special <|iialiliealion. Will the education yuu plan for vmir Iiildrrn be tln-irs whatever happens lo you* 1 The oul> way to make sure of if i, through 1 ,ife Insurance. So two men's rircum-taiires are alike. Life hamiH b so il-vil.lit can he individualized to niret your family nerd-. Any Manufacturers Life representative can give \ou ihe benefit of experienced guidance in carrying out your plans. W. 8 MONROC A Co LU AawiU PETEM ItaVKKTgVU.IX ft.YDt WAttOTT, <-hiat KiiwnUlio Aganl MANUFACTURERS LIFE INSURANCE m AD Ofnci >t.iabl,.h+j fas,-/ COMPANY OSOMIO. CIVHADA



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PAGE TWO Ccmib Calling RARIIAbOS ADVOCATF l'RII\Y. MAY 11 !• Here For Two Weeki M K ,d Mrs C LsMS* Sloute pnive.' by BW.1.A on Wednesday from Trinidad to spend two weekV holiday A Barbados. Mr Si-niw U a Barbadian and Ihle li h$a fci.i Iwttdae hamo m n.'ny yean, and (hey an siayiiiF it C—blnfc. Mr StOutc la a surveyor Willi Af*'* Oilfields | ; South Trinidad Beat in the Leewards A 8 a result of political a --.r In thr hrrtlsb Virgin lalandS a good road m under ions! ruction In Hoadtown, TOT tola A section d< m Government House to tha Treasury li already complete. eM by the way. recent visitors to roitola are very much Impressd wilh Mra. Crulrkshank's decoration'; at the houae there In fait they say that Government House in lh Virfina li new the best lurnish.M in the Leewardi. Going Up LEAVING SEAWELL yeiterday morning returning to the U S were, left to right —Mr. Harold C. Bishop. Special Rci.rcs.nli.Uve of tha Gulf Oil Corporation. Mr. Churh s C. Richmond. Attorney for Gulf Oil and Mr. Edward S. Bleeckcr, Managing Director of the Western Hemisphere Division of the Gulf Oil Corporation, who signed the Oil Prospecting and Oil Concession IJITIUC on Wednesday afternoon, at Government House, granting the Gulf Oil Corporation of Pittaburgh the right to drill for oil over approximately half the are.i of n.,.i....i... A HEAVY downpour of rain had -Staying at thf Ocean View Hotel just -topped falling yeiterintransit he is going to Englann day iiKirning Jf Seawcll eg R.W.I.A •'" h Harrison Uner Megna nnn< uticcd the departure of their %  • .. Miami flight. In W.I. Indefinitely Patxengera on Una flight wei-' AM* AND MPS. P. IIKYAN. Mr Edward S Meecker. ManagIV1 who have been In St. Vincent Ing Director of the Western Hem|i il a past eighteen months ar* .sphere of the Gulf Oil Corporation from England and are In tinWl. with Mr Hanltf C HUhop Special fi: ndennita ilay. They arttepresentutive of Gulf Oil and r.-.-ed recently from St. Vincen' Mr Charles C Richmond. Attoi d are staying at the Ocean Vie ney for the Gulf Oil Corporation Hi iaj They expect to return ther<> They wctr returning to their by tha nCKt Lady Boat to call at headquarters More Of the ComIt .rbadoa. pany"s personnel, they aald. woul'l be arriving in Barbados shortly Trinidad's French Congul CONSUL Ui Trinidad larque Leguebc, arrived here recently witn wife and son to spend two In Barbados. He haa been Uvlngj in Trinidad for six months. F KhNKl Ci. IS Mr .I.. For Labour T.Ike y|R HERBERT MAC DONALD local) ture and art he Is staging exhibition at the British Council beginning this afternoon when el reproductions of famou O.B.E., Chief Liaison Officer A the B W.r. Central Labour Oriia ^"'sation in Washington arrived L., yesterday by B.W.1A. to attend %  Labour Talks now going on here. Mr. Mac Donald Is a JamaiIth the I a stings Hotel To spend the Day 1 M HS FKANCES MAu LR,s|1 n Trinidad lor six months. !" — „ : '"" •""'%  ' In an effort to encourage interest r f n •"!,'* u iX ^J *! oeally in French culture, llterp-ft* d*gtes "' ">e Ha: and Mrs. Orlrud Holbrook rren.h oumtmiu will i, anhibiwa who are from California have been with a film tilling the life touring South America from of ihe fiiinou Freud) art I *toam u, stern", nd feMerelgrj Van Gogh, by his works. Mr Leguebe and his family nrv Bluying at the Ocean View Hold Spent Honeymoon Here li ETURNING they called In at Barbados upend the day with Mrs. F. Weasel e/bO lives at Pollards. St. Philip She was at Seawell to meet them. Mrs. Mac Leish and Mrs. Weasel are very Rood friends. They exIhts peet to leave Barbados todnv for %  fttraooo an Mr, and Mi*. " niC * the other snot* In snth %  BBI] llaniel-Sinith. who were America inchnlltiK t'arai H and .named in Trinidad on April 29th, Barranqullla and they will also bo and have been spending their t a,Hn ,n al Panama. Mexico, honeymoon at Ihe Ocean View before they reluni to California i( >tel '" % %  '• they will have been away For Pilot*. Licence ,or "'* or even -* £lh O N his way to England to sludv for his Commercial pilot' licence U Hi [an iVrelra. toll, lanky member of Ihe Light Aeroplane Club of Trinidad. Ian al Left for New York A FTF.K spending one vear hi Barbados, staying with I... aunt Mrs. Elsie Cook In White ihe Aeroplane Club and has been Ncw Vt rV Hi. ., ln i flying for DM reaf He expects oth to bo away for about one year. to M p m York Hli aunt, brother and friends were nt the airport M R. JOHN OXEEFE was nt Barbados on a short visit while he was fitted with a pair of spectacles. He returned to S'l^ilia on Wednesday by B.W LA. where he i a general assistant with H .la. g, l Hannen and Cubltta, Contrectore, An Irishman, he has been in S Lucia for one year and Uvra 0 T in Vigie Buildings in IVt. '** are now beginning |o go up h told Carle, While here he <*as staying at Maple Manor, Hustings. Stayinc At B.C. In London M R. L. N. Blache-rraser. Accountant-General of Trinidad arrived last week at Liverpool in the French Line ship SS "Gaicogne". He is accompanied by hli wife and child. At preeat Mr Blache-Fraser Is staying at the British Council Residenee In London. Next week hj goes to Henley-on-Thamee lo attend a course at the Administrative Staff College Smoke Him Out S OMEWHERE in London son-. one Is smoking a Jama)ca Jealousy pul a Min on a fcemi'v iintest In the snug little villa K< of Horam. The girls of Horam (populai: 2.800) will ne\-er kn9W now arhlpti ** !" *ry .before the day of the ti-unairnent. SKELETON CROSSWORD i r t U.:K* AtRiiHH Number no* n saems. oo trie -iii.il tui ttwo eedat. nM*|M s come-bftc* in repartee. Balsam irom the Hand. Mteht be ii --M to eateh tae %  mmm iniida. Bows, mat be. Mffimi mi niruro. lUntns. (or fiiui.plr. Kn-nrh wnH Kir I WHO spparrnWv > u* die*, li. SUtpper uikrn (nun the Klug's ii li. iiwo wordai. CUM BOWN 2. uop n t i' —ii.;.. I-, would be rash to do this to UM I ,y.. lnrr beeome more MM tl an l i onrllv pun.iito not*. Jesujntd lor speed. CLUB MORGAN niyhi TIIK MIGHTY TIGER, I.ORI) VIKING ii nil SMALL ISLAND PRIDE in their Carnival Costumes "ringing the latest Calypsoes. IMeasc miike Dinner ReMTvations Early. Dial IIHHI B Y the time Ihe Ministry of Civil Aviation has torn down all Ihe houses in the new "satellite" towns. In order to extend airfield*, someone will have discovered better farming land foi bigger towns. Another aei oi towns will be built, and then torn down to extend other airfields, until the whole thing becomes a jumble of dirt tracks, television towns. pewer-houses, dormitory estates, landing grounds, and experimental stations. That will be the moment to start |the plan for growing food underground. Twenty twin O/ tproar P ERHAPS" said a cnUc oitingly the other day. "her singing would sound better in her own language" That is whal they said of the beautiful French soprano Adenoide. when she appeared here. One critic wrote. "She produced sounds like a dog halt choked with porridge" Tomfoolery of a norl |_|AVING Died three appliea** tions for licences to move gates two feet, lour feet, and five feet respectively from their prc*•nt positions, under H, Miss Loddls found that there were Irom men named (respectively, of course) Whabbct. Grover, and Blpetone. Striking an average. she made It H, yet hesitated to hie an obvious W. H. or B under H Finding that the R file contained letters about metal hinges for almanacs, tarred ntring, pulleys and valve-grease, she reft led the applications under W. struck another average, and removed the whole contents of a cosTeapondsnoa about geeeagaaepgfffjgiti irom N lo I* On returning from lunch. Suet said to her. "I don't grasp your system at all "" "It's ifour system," said Miss Hoddis Suet laid his forefinger along his upper lip and breathed down his nose. Avoiding Temptation A MAN who is attempting lo make a new record for going without food could not have choien A better place for his experiment than a restaurant. He remained there for 48 days without eating. After that even the smell of restaurant food waa too much for him. He has now removed himself to "a glass cage outside a lions' house at a Zoo." "He may be starving." said • lion from the side of his mouth, "but I'm not." And he prepared to deal with the matter when the keeper wasn't looking. IresawasaV 1 Foreraat F INE r dull, with some sunshine or none, occasional [.iin m not any. fair or wel. with bright or dull Intervals, unless not. Further prospect: Colder or warmer, with sun or rain, light or strong winds with intervals of none, and Vteg versa. 'Carefully gathered from oil •lie reports by a score of experts) MARINE HOTEL DANCE in honour of the TRANQUILLITY TENNIS TEAM • Qu Saturday, May 20th. 1950 \l>>IISNIO\ . m.oo CHIP BASKETS 56 Cents CAKE STANDS 35 Cents HARD WEABINCi SCATTER Rl'GS (3.12 Large Siie SI! 38 S P O N O MINCERS $1.35 net and 53.0* COFFEE MILLS pus pus nnH A SELECTION OF REAL VALUES AT EVANS "LANCASTREUM" FLOOR COVERING $1.52 per yard $8.23 1 AND WHITFIELDS 72 Inehet wide V CENTS' HATS Fully Lined S|>i> i.il Piwhase MAIDS' AI'KONS $1.01 Kaeh Cheaper than ntulinu DISH CLOTHS 11 Cents oosnas IS Cents and 2$ Cents b^ Ih.re wfll %  Monda> I inlxed bj %  '* So Aas.K-lMhui. U OTi ilaekeH. M. %  I COnteata are all rfagfat %  Ig towns but are net mall vMiages.Bui Haa %  I a beaut. crMest on W, .1 I N S Teelh Loose Gums Bleed GLOBE OPENING TO-DAY S.0U A hid |im MASON BENNETT A **£$< C-FHALDIHE WOOKS ReUIn Your || Tlekel TO-NITE and win ONE GLOBE'S weekl; CASH PRIZE. Every Friday If, Treasure Nile. ilO...I. Worlhingj l" DJ. .'..en iFid a ,,> ,II,I ( tuninii.iiK Columbia Presc.iw "YOf WKRE M.\II; UIVRI.IKR" St-irring Fn (I ASTAIHK Rita HAYWORTH Adolphe MENJOU %  M Tu-Ds r Z.je A 8 and Coallnulni niled ArtUls Presents : "CARNEGIK HALL" Starring Marsha HUNT William PRINCE Martha O'DRISCOLL Frank McHUGH HOW i % %  ii... II:. and g.13 and l (.Mtinuins 20th Century Fox Presents | "DANCING IN THE DARK" William POWELL llelsy DRAKE Mark STEVKNS Adolphe MENJOU OLYMPIC To-Day le Sander. 4.30 and S.I3 Columbia Big Double Johnny Wcinsmuller Virginia GREY In "JUNGLE JIM" And "DEAD RECKONING" With Humphrey ROOART Lliabeth SCOTT VVIUH tljn i IM>I\ (Members Only) MATINEES TO-I)AY & TO-M> iRHOW at 5 p.m. TONIOHT TO MONDAY NIGHT at 8.30 UF.NNiS MORGAN IKJROTHY MAI-ONF. DON DEFORE JANIS PAIOI in ONE SUNDAY AFTERNOON" in Teehnlcoleff A Warner Bros Picture Useful Household Items. FIBRE MATS 3 sizes from $1.87 BROOMS AND BRUSHES All kinds from M FUNNELS With Gauze Wire Strainers $• INSECTICIDE SPRAYERS Strong. Efficient Type 1.11 BONING KNIVES 76 GALVANISED BUCKETS Various sizes from 89 Dial 203$ BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD : U PLAZA YOUR I'OPULAR CINEMA nb. — PHI" 19 SAT. 20 -SUN 213 and 8 .30 pin. 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Friila..
Blay IB
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Bartotiws
fccicate
1
Prirr:
FIVE 1 t.\IS
Year S3
RUM COSTS TOO MUCH IN U.K.
Russia To Be Charged
With Hindering Treaty
LONDON. Hn 18.
TW "MO THREE" Foreign Mh...ters I !ien they meel
to-ilny to Hi, 'muc a declaration chargm- Russia blui.dy with respon- i
siliii:t\ for preventing the conclusion of (he treaty.
They aro also expected In re p osa to Austria's notf
asking for a reduction ui QonqMttoo costs, to decide to
change the masting military high fOmrtllwhwii Into civilian
organisations.
' The "Bi|t Three" arc meeting
privately after lunch to resume
their review of the Austrian
nil.xk. a FureiRn Office
D kr*mnn announced.
This morning British Foreign
Secretary Ernest Bevin and
French Foreign Minister Robert
S -human attended a meeting of
'In- nnc-man committee discus-
%ing co-otdlnatlon >f tha wort
Of the two chambers of the
council of Europe's "Parliament"
Bdl ol Kuropc
W.I. Delegates
To Meet H.M's
Government
NEXT THURSDAY
>ff-m Our ii*i. CQMfSfIll
LONDON, May 18.
The rir-t loini ,1 meet in : be-
tween BW.I. sugar delegates and
His Majesty's Government is ex-
pected to take place next Thurs-
day. The Ma was agreed upon
by a delegation meeting it th*
Weil India Committee this mor-
ning, and has been forwarded to
the Colonial Office for approval
and confirmation.
Tomorrow's meeting at the Wes;
India Committee will be the last
until Monday, as the delegation
have been invited lo vee the m.it. i
between the West Indies and th-
M.CC. at Lords on Saturday
On Monday the delegation are
to be received by the Parliamcn-
tarv Labour Party.
Jamaica Wants To
Build Tourist City
SENDS GRIFFITHS CABLE
Barbadu. Adtur.tr (_iirrvipon KlNtJSTOH, Jamaica.
May, lit
Jamaica House of Representa-
tives Select Committee on
unemployment today sent a cable
to the Secretary of Stale for the
Colonies requesting the U K QoV-
ernment to release American
owned blocked sterling for inveat-
ment in Jamaica for the purpose
of nnanclng the establishment o(
a tourist city in the southrrnuart
of the taland .The Cosrtffttcc
consisting of Members ol th.
whole House heard and supported
Jamaica Industrialist J. F. Gorv
who Is making application to the
British Government for the re-
lease of funds on behalf
American financiers Gore left
the Island today en route lo New
York. Washington and lAiidon
connection with the scheme.
This afternoon, after the "Big
rhiveV' private meeting on Aus-
tria, the full North Atlantic Pact
Council was holding its last pri-
vate session to be followed im-
mediately by a public session at
which I'ressmen were to be pres-
ent and some of the speeches
broadcast.
Communiques, declarations and
Press Coi ' ndlvldual
Foreign Ministers were expected
later in the evening.
Before this morning's meeting
f tin Council of Europe's nine-
man Reconciliation Committee
Mr. Bevin and M. Schuman had
private di'cussinns with the other
i-o i-t pi i -cntiilivis fat the Coun-
II of Ministers Count Carlo
ifnrza. duly), and M Halvarrl
Lange. (Norway).
Heater
Trinidad Woman
Cashier Acquitted
.Barb-dot Advocate Cone^x-tdc.n
PORT-OF-SPAIN. May 16
Gertrude Lingtom, attract) v
formcr cashier oi Agostini Brotn-
ers. Port-of-Spain Commission and
Insurance Agent
mously acquitted by a jury when
she was tried in the Supreme
court here today for falsiflcati
and embezzlement involving
sum of $53,000 from her employ-
ers.
The case created tremendous in-
terest and crowds
hand to see the fashionably
dressed society girl leave the dock
a free woman.
Her counsel Louis Wharton, told
the jury that the Crown's cas
was a "mass of confusion." Th
jury deliberated for three hours.
Tory M.P. Will Ask
Question In Commons
In Effort To Save
W.I. Rum Industry
I .K. France
Announce
New Aid Flan
IX)NIK>N May IB
Frame and Britain to-day an-
DUBCOd an important plan be-
lieved to foreshadow some form
' continued American financial
id economic aid to Europe after
PICKWICK-ROVERS1
Johnson. Spartan inside
yesterday The ball li
what looked Ilk)
jatodlan Hill is aeen mak ur save this ahot irom Dm d
forward This gavi Spai i then first goal in ihen match a) Kensington
tan gninii into tin Roal Bottom picture shows Boyco of Spartan missing
hi ... i
Tally Clerk
Drowned
Fred Hue. a middle-aged man
Road View. St, Peter, VM
drowned, at Spelghtstown Bav
when he tell from the
barge C'.allenor." v.huh was
tied off alongside the S.S
v.
The I ii...i just fin-
ished aUBB^Kbli tne Megti.i
with a load of su.ar and araa
awaiting a launch to tow It back
the Pier. Rice who was tally-
[ sugar on the "Chnllenor',
was sitting on the rail-. Tin
lew hoard htm shout and hold
its chest but before the) could
each him he tell i.verhoard an:

Rice was formerly skipper Ol
(he Chitllenor' when It was a
Bchooaar but since it has been
rartad hi DM been tallying.
^r aTlI1 nap Natins wm
rry gam Build Modern
Defence System
en Nail*, said
t- .. .Die
ma) bo dsbti
disowned
Police Run From
Machine Gun
1-Oitr-Or-bPAIN, MB] |
Drama as thrilling u, gnj aval
laid IB tha Dick Ti.uy comic
strip occurred at a Port of Spain
night club this morning srfaOrO .
police raiding party armed with
> i e loreed lo beat a hasty
retreat following machine gun
retaliation from occupants. Pol-
Icemen went to execute search
warrant* on the premise* ana.
were greeted with voices from
the attic "dont enter, we have a
machine gun to shoot you down '
Scores of spectators watched on
safe distance away. The lights
Cecil Worrell appeared for the [of the building suddenly went
Crown and M. A. J. Hamkntonlout and a gun battle was averted
was the Trial Judge. a* the lawmen retreated.
SAN FRANCISCO. May 18.
Nineteen-year-old I'rinto* F.it-
I hla of Egyp'*said to-day sir- and
I hei commoner hushand. Rind1
, Ghali, would be remarried In a'
' Moslem ioremon.1 "withi-i ,n
I couple of days "
' Her mother. Qua
she meant "as soon
i maybe this week.
t week."
Princess Fathia
by King Farouk, her brother, after
marrying Ghali in ;i n,,. uiii
ceremony on April 25.
She and her husband, a Coptic
Christian and Queen Na/li1- fomt*
er private secretary, hove lived
apart since the ceremony, but
after the Moslem marriage. "the>
will slip away on their honey-
moon," the Queen said.
"Do not disturb" signs hung
over the doors of their separate
hold suite.* tn-.i.i;, ,t. .
telephone arrangements fur their
honeymoon "probably in Hawaii."
Under Moslem law any couple l
CM many Pimply by exchanging'
vows but "Fathia wants a real
ceremony with a Moslem priest
ami | It w friends present," the
Ouccn said.
She says they will be married
only once and she wants to re-
member it. She will weir a wlulc
F anon gown she looks very
ively in white.
Princess Fathia said she had no
fear of infuriating King Farouk
any more. "He can punish i no
further." sli- Bald. But she was
worried about "my beloved".
1 don't know what the King will
do to him In Egypt, the King can
do anything Rut please let us) not
even think about IL
Ghali, whose diplomatic pass-
port has been withdrawn b> the
Egyptian Government, has been
asked to leave the United States
by May 25. But Mr. Bruce 'Bar-
ber, the Immigration Commis-
s'oner in Sa i Francisco, hinted to-
day he might be given more time if
he wanted It.
If he wanted to live in th
On pan I.
W.I. POLITICIANS
WILL MEET INDIA'S
HIGH COMMISSIONER
(From Our Own Cofres,pondenf)
LONDON. Mav 18.
WEST INDIAN political leaders at present in l,ondon
are to be Invited to meet Mr. Kritihna Menon. India*! Ili.-K
Commissioner in the United Kingdom.
The meeting will probably tak
place next week at the House of
Commons and one of the subjec.
likely to be discussed is India'
attitude toward the Ea populatior.- ' Hid Brit-
ish Guiana
Yesterday Mr M C. Sinannn
legal adviser lo "if Butler-Par:>
had | I.inc. in.-1- -i: arftn Mr
Menon a) Utarward
Mr. Blaanan li I
sen inter-
e*i in problems of I Fast ladl
dlingnesr
an informal discussion.
Grenada born Dr. Hyacinth
Morgan. M P. with whom Mr
! :t* been working on th*
idea of a West h
tary Committee. hn also taker,
great Interest in the propo-*ei
meeting and hi tUi of in-
viting atvaral MPs to Join in-
formall' In the discussions.
Sixteen Killed
In Air Crash
LOUISIANA. May 1U
Sixteen peopleeleven ettw
and five passengerswere killed
when a United States air force
superfortress flying from Bermuda
lo England crashed on landing It
Lagen* Airfield in the Aiores
early to-riav.
The aircraft was on a routine
mission. Passengers were mil.
tary personnel.
the Information Office at UM
American Air Force Base Bf
Barksdale here said no further de-
tails were yet uvailable.
The fortress was diverted
Lagens when engine trouble de-
veloped. ".ruler
Truman VVIeoines
Sehuman Plan
WASHINGTON. May 1C
President Truman today wel
corned the Schuman plan
pooling French and German
heavy industry as "an act of
constructive statemanshlp."
To Withstand External Threats
LONDON. May 18,
A Final communique Issued to-night at the end ol lb*
North Atlantic Pact meetings here stated: "The Foreign
Ministers remained ready to seize any opportunity for
achieving a genuine ;uid lasting settlement of International
problem*
- The Foreign BfhUStefl (
that the maintenaine t,t peace am
Uie defence ol freeilon i
the organisation of adtOJUtta mill
SPORTS
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l: >' hi HIM I
- thr tHhi a-i In ih.,,
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Fnrttrm m< lUnk IUII
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Mfl c.air..-
I PC kMbfhl Thr-
II I- i-i-,,-.. ll.rrl
nd lUfflsoi. Cullrlr
mi- p rharfci ..t
""'1*1 in tn *eoml.
U.S. Dollars For
Canadian Arms
OTTAWA. May 18
Canadian mllltarv tqulprnont
may be purchased with Amern an
funds for Atlantic Pact countries
This possibility was foreseen here
following an announcement by the
United States Defence Secretary.
Mr. Louis Johnson, that the United
States forces had been directed to
develop a programme tinder which
thr United States and Canada
would purchase between $15,000,
000 and 125,000,000 worth of mili-
tary equipment a year from each
ot*ier.
An informed official here said
that the new arrangement /lid not
in itself mean that orders would
be placed In Canada, but he added'
It creates the legal ground for
orders and that is what asg haVfl
been after."
(Renter)
U.S. Control
Nylon ilxport
WASHINGTON. May 18.
Baited states Coroner
manl lll*dS> placed centre
] lit (if nylon, pararhnle
sloth and other trateirte materials
to prevent their being sent lo
Rus'iJ- or her satellites Kxport
control! on boom othei <>mmodi-
. ling soft eoej were re-
moved Reuter.
The
Dtpar
I ll'l'in.
FSBBf
iaf
Uled to
defence
ish..'i ...i rndi ba UN
r&e Iveelan M*aiatai < of the
i nations: bsued . statemont
1
" "t Organisation f,,, Vahv
< "-operation
. uld invite the UoiUni States
.i d Cm
elves with its working as soon
as possible.
It disclosed that last week th'
fctelgn Mlnbrttn ol the four
vbitlng nan
.< I II|ii the in,-. itv nf
bringing tiro trans-Atlantic 0OUD-
into a cloaa working reta*
::"iivhip artth the European end
I Marshall Plan
In Usase ulks. M-. n A I'nlled sutr* secrrlary had
pointed Mil that allhouih lh>-
feeraaeae recover* programme
ends in ISSt "American Inlereal
Europe will certainly ron-
le after thai date."
Uaati i Peeraon I tdlan Is
a| Mo i-i- had indleatad
part of

possibility of Aincrict-
anada OOfnlruj into the
.! to have been
n I Nation'
i m l.i-n.|.:i last week
he (tig Three ("'inference
mg on Renter
11 nun Our tXwn CnrreaponoWnl)
LONDON, May 18
'1"\HE BATTLE for the reduction of rum dnty
which has been waged vigorously, but in vain,
in the British Press and Parliament for many
years, may be re opened by a question Mr. Peter
Smithers, Conservative M.P., tabled this week in
the House of Commons.
He asks the Colonial Secretary how many un
employed there are in the rum manufacturing in-
dustry in Jamaica, Barbados and British Guiana.
* I want to RDOW what ia hap-
pening in the West indies as a
rasull of lhc decreased exports
f rum to Britain," Mr Smithers
Oil Boundaries
With lefei.iue to Ihe
ttatenwnt regarding t h o
liiilf (hi Company's conces-
sion in yesterday's issue, the
description of the territorial
waters should read
"The territorial waters
contiguous to that part of
the 1-eeward eoasl v. hlch lies
between Harrison P a I n I
Mghlhouae and llir stalnl
Hfterr the soalheni bound-
ary ! Ht Teter'* part mi
meets the coast "
"Therefore." the commuimn
added, "they are retohrad
build up a system of rlmn
equipped with nwidarn Bsaapoi
and capable ol with
un> external thnral mrected
aii.mi't .. < I 'i i
The Ministers recommend'-d
that each pal tv dn iilil
lull cootribullon lo th.. ootnaaon
e,u.d> nf the North, Atii nth . i
through mutual .i> ~'.u<,- m ail
praeocabls forms.
The Minlsiers annnunred lhe>
had created a North Atlaiili.
planning board for
which would work In
operation wllh other
bedtes in all matter*
niT.ii.nl shipping In
planalM.
Following Is me lull text of the
llnal comnuinn|Ui
"At the fourth session of Ihe
Atlantic Council in London the
Foreign Ministers of the 12 na-
tions of the North Atlantic Treaty
consider ule principle* on whJei
their association ii founded mo
the objectives towards which they
are working
They rcafHrnico tha
of their Governments to the
principles whkh inspired the
United Nations Charter and thefa
conviction that common action
under the treaty is an Integral
part of the effort which all free
nations are making to secure
conditions of world pence and
human welfare.
'To enable the Council tin -
lively to carry out its ie*ponsll.ili-
ue. and to exercise them contlnu-
On page 3
Britain's
Intelligence
On Decline
LONDON. May 19
Leadlni British scientists to-day
>"- warning of ".ilarmlng" de-
creases in fertility ra'ea and said
that present trends if continued
would mean a substantial drop In
ii- IntalUaanes at the popu-
lati<,n In a memorandum to the
tnrol C.....mia irm on population,
published i.. ra bj ihe Qovonunant
h sclrntisls said that data so far
'...., !,, .,] trend-, inilli.il-
ed thai bv 204hl A U f.5 :> per
cent ..f tl-o UrlUah pouulatlon
would eonaW of sub-standard In-
and the moportion nf
downright rsaMo-mlnded ptacti-
rallv would I- dnulili.l
Tin found slatidicnl evidence
It ta4IJaanas goc. with smaH
'"......* I" 'he same volume of
I resented to it the H.,vl
Com minion punt..! ,,'(,.-, ,,.|B,its
demonstrating contlnulni eono-
iiiie pressuie discouraging almvc-
avaraca Intalllflsnees from far*
ility Rrulei
5,000 See
Passion Play
IH> JAI K IIIMI1 .
IIIIEHAMBROAIT, Bvria.
M.i
l.
CAMPAIGN TO LOWER
PRESS TELEGRAPH COSTS
Ovat ."i.uOO people to-day
the first formal performance sine i
ISM of the Passion Play In this
small Bavarian town
Most of them members and
staffs of the West German Federal
State Government*, allied officials,
leading German families, and In-
ternational Journalistsware in
their seats hy eight o'clock in the
morning.
President Heuxs. Chancellor D.
Kunrad A>Wnauar nnd Uva AlUvd
High Commissioners arrived at
ihe groat playhouse .i lew iittmile*
liefnre the iwrformnnre iH'giin .it
8.45 am
They were to sit there on hard
boaids for 10 hours, with a two-
hour break for lunch. There Is a
roof over the long rows of seats
but not over the forepart of BBS
stage This la in the open air
Behind Is another stage, roofed
which two sticr- i | laruai
i in art rtpraaantad, in the forth -.
Kickjii.tiii.i an ihe Bat ai I
MM -tieaki^l and
rtunny
The seen.- mi woraflarlUlly col-
irful The great chorus of men,
worn,-- .mil i.irN WOTS lOQJ ' in''
I ' 'i a ltd sow
WngUl frocks G.
in licads ke|it their long flow
iir neatly In plaOS
For the root, the costumes,
On Page ~.
told
Though successive Chancellors
f the Rxchequer have turned a
deaf ear to constant appeals for
Ihe reduction of rum duty, Mr.
Smithers convinced that the
British Treasury is losing money
while "a valuable West Indies
Industry is prejudiced".
At 34 to 37 shillings for a bot-
tle of which al-mt tine,' quarters
represent duty, rum is In tha
luxury class of drink
Smithers declares rum is a
healthy drink which th British
public want, but at present is
''priced out of the pocket of lh<
ordinary working class family i
Britain "
Persia Abandons
Air Surveys
TKMKHAN. May 18.
Tha I'eisian Covcrnmcnt told
liu.-i.i tonight that it had order-
ed air photography near ihe So-
. li i I i M..ti border lo be abatidon-
e i !. Miniive Soviet uneasiness*'
A Persian Government no to
handed to the Russian Embassy
here assured the Russians that
BO a* pnologrnpha hud yet baan
taken
In inline only land surveys
OOuld !" made, the Persian note
said. The Pcislan Qovernment
wished to strengthen already
friendly relations wllh Russia, It
added.
-Eeuler
3 Briton* Musi
Quit Hungary
BUDAPawT May. IS.
Thraa rnamban of the British
legation slaff in lludap- i asata
tonight given live day- to leave
Ihe country by tha Hungarian
Qovatiunanl a short nota from
the Hungarian Foreign Ministry'
lo the British Legation gave no
reason for their expulsion.
Heater
GOOD LOAN
MOTON, May 18.
i* Truman at his '
ly press conference today
aid
for that the Ex;.unImport Bank's
credit of $125.00" to Argentine
banks, approved yesterday, was
e good loan
Beater.
80,000, (MM) Aid
For S. E. Asia
SYDNEY. May 18
Experts from the seven coun-
tries attending Ihe Bnti I Cot
monwealth Conference i wen
to-day filling in details of thr
. ., .
envisaging n lund nf about
180.000,000 for b
needy countries m
southeast Asia
It Is hoped I-t tiMfin sending
Sid* in "much ISM than six
months" an OtV
SBid last nicht The .

if teehmcil "xnerts
primary and set
tion, and also for large-*.
training of nationals
(Renter)
HOME. May 18
The International Federation of
Newspaper Publishers, repre-
SCntlnj the majority of newspa-
pers In Western Europe and
y In the United States, to-
il. > ttaelded on a campaign to
Iowit telegraph and telephone
cost> for the Press.
ul-llshers. representing news-
. er aasoc'ations In 13 Western
I countries and the
TJmtetl Stales, formulated seven
demands for 'ower communlca-
' and Mher facilities
They decided to urge theae upon
their national Oovemments. in an
afforl to have them applied
'hr ughoul the western world bv
national telecommunicn-
tiniis union.
.1 W Strit(matter, representa-
tive of Western German newspa-
per publishers, took his seat for
the first time at the four-da
congress bring held here.
The federation yesterday de
' .dmit the
German orsjattlaattM. the Ges-
Band Der Ruchen Zettun-
verleger. without demanding fnsm
Its members a special repudiation

Other countries whose n""- '
papers were represented were1
Belgium, Britain,
Switzerland, Holla-
Denmark, Norway
land and Egypt.
The seven demand
the publishers wen
France, Italy.
I Luxembourg
Sweden, Fln-
1 A special Press category
for Intei-nation a Telegraph.
Telephone and Telex commu-
nications.
2. A 50 per cent reduction
on Press telegrams nnd tele-
phone calls in Europe* nnd
more than 50 i>er cent over-
seas, and similar cuts In the
cost of renting telegraphic ma-
chinery from Government
teleprinter I
3 Prior.ly over other traffic
for Press telegram,* ai
phone call*
4 Intmduct'on oV subscription
cal's acroas frontiers.
I, Extension of special cheap
Press rates to telegrams and
telephone calls concerned with
the administration of newspa-
pers
8. Admission of Press tele-
grams an adl
7 International acceptance of
"receiver to pav teleplv
calls.
U.N. Commission
Urge Freedom
Of Information
MONTEVIDEO. May 18.
The United Nat
mission on tin- freed......f S
formation and of the press to~day
approved a motion asking thi
General Assembly to recommend
niembers that "when they are
compelled to declare a state of
emergency, measure-. |o limit the
traadom of infi.itnatlon and of the
press shall be taken only in the
most exceptional i ucumslancts,
t.ruJ Uifi only In the egUl I IrlCtb
raoulrad ba Ih 11 laUon."
Thi- motion proposed by r\;
I.arim Awun of la-baiion atai
tarried by III voles with the sole
abstention of Mi Ktuvun Dedi|ei
of Yugoalavla.
Supporting the motion. Ml
Devadai Oandhl of India said: "It
is bound lo have a healthy effect
on administrations likely to abuse
proas limiutlous in a state of
emorgency."
Mr. Philip .Ionian, of Bntain,
sud that a slalv of einergericy in
the United Kingdom had navei
Lrought with It any I.nutation o:
press funrlions
In fact, Mr Jordan added. "Anj
British Government that ev.
On Page 3
Joint Coiiiiniltff
For Euro|M- Coonell
LONDON. May 18
J>wnan/lfi for
tion and liaison belw |
European Consultative Assembly
RS OoUfWO of Mlnisti'T .-
" ban tO-das by decisions lo
form a Joint con.
Tha Council Of Europe nine-
man roeoneUlatlon' Corsani^tas
decided lo create a )olnl comrni-
taa of five representatives of the
Council of Mini*tcrs ai aval
representatives of the Assembly
M Paul Hem
tha I
eembly. will prai OS ovat the jo'i*
committed'
A rtmransUiiir asld tha new
committee would'
I. Maintain aaod relations be-
tween the Ministers and tha
Oa page S.
When He Asks for
a Job!
70MB DAY that tiny sun of yours will seek
lii- tit -i joli. The i unilitii.ii- may lie tlinYrriit from
IONS f(M fared i.n a -iiiiil.i occasion.
'hni it wan nti handicap in the workaday world
if the hegjiinrr larked hig.lier education. Thi- \* no
longer true. Thr hest joh* go to those with special
<|iialiliealion.
Will the education yuu plan for vmir Iiildrrn
be tln-irs whatever happens lo you*1 The oul> way
to make sure of if i, through 1 ,ife Insurance.
So two men's rircum-taiires are alike. Life
hamiH b so il-vil.l- it can he individualized to
niret your family nerd-. Any Manufacturers Life
representative can give \ou ihe benefit of exper-
ienced guidance in carrying out your plans.
W. 8 MONROC A Co LU AawiU__
PETEM ItaVKKTgVU.IX ft.YDt WAttOTT,
<-hiat KiiwnUlio Aganl
Manufacturers
life
INSURANCE
mad Ofnci
>t.iabl,.h+j fas,-/
COMPANY
OSOMIO. CIVHADA


PAGE TWO
Ccmib Calling
RARIIAbOS ADVOCATF
l'RII\Y. MAY 11 !
Here For Two Weeki
MK ,d Mrs C LsMS* Sloute
pnive.' by BW.1.A on
Wednesday from Trinidad to spend
two weekV holiday A Barbados.
Mr Si-niw U a Barbadian and Ihle
li h$a fci.i Iwttdae hamo m n.'ny
yean, and (hey an siayiiiF it
Cblnfc. Mr StOutc la a
surveyor Willi Af*'* Oilfields |;
South Trinidad
Beat in the Leewards
A8 a result of political a --.r
In thr hrrtlsb Virgin lalandS
a good road m under ions! ruction
In Hoadtown, Tot tola A section
d< m Government House to tha
Treasury li already complete. eM
by the way. recent visitors to
roitola are very much Impressd
wilh Mra. Crulrkshank's decora-
tion'; at the houae there In fait
they say that Government House
in lh Virfina li new the best
lurnish.M in the Leewardi.
Going Up
LEAVING SEAWELL yeiterday morning returning to the U S were,
left to right Mr. Harold C. Bishop. Special Rci.rcs.nli.Uve of tha
Gulf Oil Corporation. Mr. Churh s C. Richmond. Attorney for Gulf
Oil and Mr. Edward S. Bleeckcr, Managing Director of the Western
Hemisphere Division of the Gulf Oil Corporation, who signed the Oil
Prospecting and Oil Concession Ijitiuc on Wednesday afternoon,
at Government House, granting the Gulf Oil Corporation of Pitta-
burgh the right to drill for oil over approximately half the are.i of
n.,.i....i...
A HEAVY downpour of rain had -Staying at thf Ocean View Hotel
just -topped falling yeiter- intransit he is going to Englann
day iiKirningJfSeawcll eg R.W.I.A '" h* Harrison Uner Megna
nnn< uticcd the departure of their *.. .
Miami flight. In W.I. Indefinitely
Patxengera on Una flight wei-' AM* AND MPS. P. IIKYAN.
Mr Edward S Meecker. Manag- IV1 who have been In St. Vincent
Ing Director of the Western Hem- |i ila. past eighteen months ar*
.sphere of the Gulf Oil Corporation from England and are In tin- Wl.
with Mr Hanltf C HUhop Special fi:
ndennita ilay. They ar-
ttepresentutive of Gulf Oil and r.-.-ed recently from St. Vincen'
Mr Charles C Richmond. Attoi
d are staying at the Ocean Vie
ney for the Gulf Oil Corporation Hi iaj They expect to return ther<>
They wctr returning to their by tha nCKt Lady Boat to call at
headquarters More Of the Com- It .rbadoa.
pany"s personnel, they aald. woul'l
be arriving in Barbados shortly
Trinidad's French Congul
CONSUL Ui Trinidad
larque Leguebc,
arrived here recently witn
wife and son to spend two
In Barbados. He haa been Uvlngj
in Trinidad for six months.
FKhNKl Ci.
IS Mr .I..
For Labour T.Ike
y|R HERBERT MAC DONALD
local)
ture and art he Is staging
exhibition at the British Council
beginning this afternoon when
el reproductions of famou
O.B.E., Chief Liaison Officer
A the B W.r. Central Labour Or-
iia ^"'sation in Washington arrived
L., yesterday by B.W.1A. to attend
' Labour Talks now going on
here. Mr. Mac Donald Is a Jamai-
Ith the
I a stings
Hotel
To spend the Day
1 MHS FKANCES MAu LR,s|1
n Trinidad lor six months. : '"" ""'-- '
In an effort to encourage interest rfn- "!,'* ,u iX^J *!
oeally in French culture, llterp- -ft* d*gtes "' ">e Ha:
. and Mrs. Orlrud Holbrook
rren.h oumtmiu will i, anhibiwa who are from California have been
with a film tilling the life touring South America from
of ihe fiiinou Freud) art I *toam u, stern", nd feMerelgrj
Van Gogh, by his works.
Mr Leguebe and his family nrv
Bluying at the Ocean View Hold
Spent Honeymoon Here
li ETURNING
they called In at Barbados
upend the day with Mrs. F. Weasel
e/bO lives at Pollards. St. Philip
She was at Seawell to meet them.
Mrs. Mac Leish and Mrs. Weasel
are very Rood friends. They ex-
Ihts peet to leave Barbados todnv for
fttraooo an Mr, and Mi*. "niC * the other snot* In snth
BBI] llaniel-Sinith. who were America inchnlltiK t'arai H and
.named in Trinidad on April 29th, Barranqullla and they will also bo
and have been spending their t"a,Hn* ,n al Panama. Mexico,
honeymoon at Ihe Ocean View before they reluni to California
i( >tel '" ' they will have been away
For Pilot*. Licence ,or "'* or "even -*lh*
ON his way to England to sludv
for
his Commercial pilot'
licence U Hi [an iVrelra. toll,
lanky member of Ihe Light Aero-
plane Club of Trinidad. Ian al
Left for New York
A FTF.K spending one vear hi
Barbados, staying with I...
aunt Mrs. Elsie Cook In White
ihe Aeroplane Club and has been Ncw VtrV Hi. .,lni
flying for DM reaf He expects oth,
to bo away for about one year. to M.p m
York Hli aunt, brother and
friends were nt the airport
MR. JOHN OXEEFE was nt
Barbados on a short visit
while he was fitted with a pair
of spectacles. He returned to S'-
l^ilia on Wednesday by B.W LA.
where he i a general assistant
with H .la. g, l Hannen and
Cubltta, Contrectore,
An Irishman, he has been in
S Lucia for one year and Uvra
0 t in Vigie Buildings in IV-
t. '** are now beginning |o go up
h told Carle, While here he
<*as staying at Maple Manor,
Hustings.
Stayinc At B.C. In
London
MR. L. N. Blache-rraser. Ac-
countant-General of Trinidad
arrived last week at Liverpool in
the French Line ship SS
"Gaicogne". He is accompanied
by hli wife and child. At pre-
eat Mr Blache-Fraser Is stay-
ing at the British Council Resi-
denee In London. Next week hj
goes to Henley-on-Thamee lo
attend a course at the Adminis-
trative Staff College
Smoke Him Out
SOMEWHERE in London son-. -
one Is smoking a Jama)ca cigar lo which they are :iot en-
titled. It is unlikely, however,
they will ever be found out. The
ugar, together with three other...
waa stolen from the Jamaican
stand at the B.I.F. during the
evening of the first day. The
Uieft was reported to the organ-
.'it. and the stalls are n"
locked up at night so that no
further exhibits 'disappear '
On Long Leave
MR. and Mrs Lawrence Antro-
bus and their two children
arrived on Wednesday morning bv
bw.i.a. from Trinidad. Mr.
Anlrobus, who is on three months'
long leave la with T.L.U They
will be staying wltb^Afrs. Anlro-
bus* parents In Belleville for the
iirst couple of weeks of their
holiday and will then be moving
to the seaside.
Also returning with them were
Mrs. L. M. Jones, Mr. Anlrobus'
sister and her two children who
have been staying with them in
Trinidad.
On Their Way
ON their way to England on
the "Golllto- are Mrs. F. A
Seaford and her daughter 1'etu.
Her husband Is C^UUltlng En-
gineer with Bookers, B.C. Also
on the "GoUltpM were Mr. and
Mrs. A. D. rllconer and thels
rtnughter as well as Mr. B. L.
Shaw. Chief Accountant for
Bookers They were all slaying
at Cacrabank intranslt.
On Leave
MR. and Mrs. Lawrence D.
Cleare are on leave In
Barbados. Mr. Cleare is with
the Agricultural Department of
the British Guiana Government,
and they are staying at Cacrabank.
TAX ON LOVE
SOUTHAMPTON. Eng
.e fur mmauling

Id Erne i AttreU, 23-
i'.i,nd in a as fined
ily at the Southampton
Magutiaies court for ageaeiiptlR|
duty ! a nn^
gaaaa.
It appears th^i when Attretl
Africa, he eg*:-'
ga, on an engagement nng

dend.
oped ovei
l.It I BJ] .
the ilng was conrlicited and is
now In the care of the State

lie, toid AttreU that the
court could inske no d
between articles smuggled I)
love and those smuggled for \*
mj| gain INS.
MISS K. JASPAL pictured to-day as she left India House, Aldwych,
London, for the first of the season's presentation Parties given by
the King and Queen at Buckingham Palace.
Express,.
Too Jealous
'HAM. Sussex Count>
Jealousy pul a Min on a fcemi'v
iintest In the snug little villak<
of Horam.
The girls of Horam (populai: .
2.800) will ne\-er kn9W now arhlpti
village.
Their parents Irrevocably deem-
ed that if one were chosen tlu
others v-ou'd be Jealous.
BY THE WAY By Beachcomber
Quiz Kids
There M aa eraaniaaUon in
.Hyahsey which welcomes the
opportualty ef rKUlng peo-
ple .who are faced with
mattwcnatirsl problrms which
lapparentlr defy udution.
IT is called the Mathematlca.
Problems Bureau.
A group of enthusiasts in the
Mathematical Association ei
N.s W formed the bureau in 193V
Since then It has solved more
than 200 abstruse mathematlca
problems from all over Australia,
and boasts that It has nevar been
stumped.
Some problems are solved In
an hour or two. Some take days,
but once these men get their teeth
into a mathematical enigma its
secrets are soon laid bare.
The Bureau's director. Mr. R. J.
Gillings farms the problems out
to members according to the
field of mathematics in which
they specialise.
They make no charge for their
services, which are available
everybody.
People from all walks of life
consult the bureau. Some ques-
tions are academic, some of the
puzzle variety, some related te
work or business.
One man proposed to use an
old circular kiln for mushroom-
growing. The kiln was 201 feet
in diameter and a chord 17 lee!
long cut off a segment of it.
The mushroomer asked the
bureau lo work out for him tht
area of the segment so thut ht
would be sure of spreading ihe
correct amount of mushroom
spawn.
A different kind of problem
came from a tennis club that vat
planning a mixed doubles tour-
nament with five men and five
women players. Each man was U
play with each woman, and
against esxtl olher nuui and
woman, only once
The club wrote to the bureau
asking how many matches would
have to be played. The answer
!! wmf^ ,K'n, lo ,n> ***ry
.before the day of the ti-unairnent.
SKELETON CROSSWORD
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-iii.il tui ttwo eedat.
n- M*|m s come-bftc* in
repartee.
Balsam irom the Hand.
. Mteht be ii --M to eateh tae
mmm iniida.
Bows, mat be.
. Mffimi mi niruro.
. lUntns. (or fiiui.plr.
. Kn-nrh wnH Kir I who sppar-
rnWv > I. Or* -tut ircuisUtr.
fropiCAi root f-aien by a aalloi
with
i.iil.ii
I (PlM-ll-
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You'ro said ll I
NuplMa bin not sirspicwa.
Where partlni Is such sweet
It One fom> u* die*,
li. SUtpper uikrn (nun the Klug's
ii li. iiwo wordai.
CUM BOWN
2. uop n t i' ii.;..
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UM
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In
Bneoeea,
i queer role.
siet
ihe
lime later.
- t'eaer*! '"ll tuiii el work in
Hie BBlenOI
10 PBrtlff metallle srllcir..
It ElOQiienee. or a pulUlesi party.
18 Tims
  • lnrr beeome more
    MM
    tl an l
    i onrllv pun.iito not*.
    Jesujntd lor speed.
    CLUB
    MORGAN
    niyhi
    TIIK MIGHTY TIGER,
    I.ORI) VIKING
    ii nil
    SMALL ISLAND PRIDE
    in their Carnival
    Costumes "ringing the
    latest Calypsoes.
    IMeasc miike Dinner
    ReMTvations Early.
    Dial Iihhi
    BY the time Ihe Ministry of
    Civil Aviation has torn down
    all Ihe houses in the new "satellite"
    towns. In order to extend airfield*,
    someone will have discovered
    better farming land foi bigger
    towns.
    Another aei oi towns will be
    built, and then torn down to ex-
    tend other airfields, until the
    whole thing becomes a jumble of
    dirt tracks, television towns.
    pewer-houses, dormitory estates,
    landing grounds, and experimen-
    tal stations. That will be the
    moment to start |the plan for
    growing food underground.
    Twenty twin O/ tproar
    PERHAPS" said a cnUc oit-
    ingly the other day. "her
    singing would sound better in her
    own language" That is whal
    they said of the beautiful French
    soprano Adenoide. when she ap-
    peared here. One critic wrote.
    "She produced sounds like a dog
    halt choked with porridge"
    Tomfoolery of a norl
    |_|AVING Died three appliea-
    ** tions for licences to move
    gates two feet, lour feet, and five
    feet respectively from their prc*-
    nt positions, under H, Miss
    Loddls found that there were
    Irom men named (respectively,
    of course) Whabbct. Grover, and
    Blpetone. Striking an average.
    she made It H, yet hesitated to
    hie an obvious W. H. or B under
    H Finding that the R file con-
    tained letters about metal hinges
    for almanacs, tarred ntring, pul-
    leys and valve-grease, she re-
    ft led the applications under W.
    struck another average, and re-
    moved the whole contents of a
    cosTeapondsnoa about geeeagaae-
    pgfffjgiti irom N lo I* On return-
    ing from lunch. Suet said to her.
    "I don't grasp your system at all ""
    "It's ifour system," said Miss
    Hoddis Suet laid his forefinger
    along his upper lip and breathed
    down his nose.
    Avoiding Temptation
    A MAN who is attempting lo
    make a new record for going
    without food could not have
    choien a better place for his ex-
    periment than a restaurant. He
    remained there for 48 days with-
    out eating. After that even the
    smell of restaurant food waa too
    much for him. He has now re-
    moved himself to "a glass cage
    outside a lions' house at a Zoo."
    "He may be starving." said
    lion from the side of his mouth,
    "but I'm not." And he prepared
    to deal with the matter when the
    keeper wasn't looking.
    IresawasaV1 Foreraat
    FINE r dull, with some sun-
    shine or none, occasional
    [.iin m not any. fair or wel. with
    bright or dull Intervals, unless
    not. Further prospect: Colder or
    warmer, with sun or rain, light
    or strong winds with intervals of
    none, and Vteg versa.
    'Carefully gathered from oil
    lie reports by a score of experts)
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    1
    FMDAY, MAY \\ )*M
    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    PACK THatER
    I/.A'. Commission
    Urge Freedom
    Frees rage I
    dreamed of ao doing would be oui
    of office lthin a week Hu;.
    ("as pile the fact thst he repre
    s*nted country wi*h unl m
    proas freedom, ho supported 1:.
    motion for whatever h>-.p it niwh'
    L to Ins fortunate press tn
    other countries
    The sub-Commission to-day
    Also began examining; an "m-
    tssmational code f ethics" drawn
    up by U. Axkoul. M. MahmcuJ
    Azam (Egypt) unit M P li ii
    (China) the main sub-headings ol
    which mm
    1. To tfil the truth without
    malice or prejudice.
    2. To use only honest
    methods In gathering, transmit-
    ting and disseminating informa-
    tion.
    3. To have regard fi i pro
    fossiona! dignity, repunsibfn\<
    and diicrr'.i.K-
    4 To work for th'-
    of economic tocial an.
    tariar. problems and help
    promote respect for fundamental
    human rights.
    Mr Chang- suggested that a
    new sub-heading "to endeavou--
    to seek the necessary back-
    ground conducive to proper per-
    spec live from which to repop
    and comment" should be added
    This suggestion caused a debut.'
    In which all took pan when Mr.
    Chang implied the situation in
    China was sometimes wrongly
    reported not through malice but
    because of the lack of true in-
    formation and perspective
    Joint Committee
    For Europe Council
    Prom Tage 1
    Aasambly and coordinate llieir
    activities.
    2. Draw the attention of Minis-
    ters and Assembly to question*
    of particular interest, and make
    proposals for the draft agenda*
    of tho aeasiona of the Commit-
    tee of Ministers and of the
    Consultative Assembly without
    prejudice to their respective
    rights.
    S. Examine and sponsor means
    of giving practical effect to the
    racommendations adopted by the
    Committa of Ministers or the
    Consultative Assembly.
    Representatives of both organ-
    isations of the Council of Europe
    who took part in the meeting will
    function as Joint committee
    until the next session of the As-
    stmbly,Renter.
    Book To Reform
    Coroner Court:
    ' LOMXifJ.
    the moat costti
    giouiM> in British i ubli<
    Ling oCr.cc in
    ,:.V.
    I gftBBJ
    .: answerable to any gov-
    ernment uepartmmtand they
    Cldcni heMtate :> .laaert their in-
    dependence.
    KoUSC 1 Commons rc-
    eenily. Home Secretary Jr.mei
    Chu'.er Ede said their pow-
    |M advantageously ho
    iat. Bu.
    with the parliamentary calendar
    crowded, he saw little chance of
    action "on this difficult and con-
    troversial question in the near
    future."
    Tlic office of coroner dat*a
    ic 12th century wnU
    their i>o.vers have bee" t)
    whittled dou-n through Um ctgl-
    turles. Uiey still have right* de-
    nied to any judge or magisuate.
    They c^n exclude the prc^ Of
    public from their court*, admit
    hearsay evidence and allow ques-
    tions based on suggestions of guilt
    which would be inadmlatiblc in
    a judicial court. Thjay canand
    often domake disparaging re-
    marks about people not present
    in court.
    Recent Flare Up
    The most recent flare-up was in
    April when Col. Innes Ware, a
    Yorkahire coroner, excluded the I
    Press from an inquest on a society
    woman found dead in her home.
    He explained that reporters were
    barred because relatives were
    more likely to speak freely when
    !. press -a..- not present
    Dr.iMli.MKM of the Royal Papuan Cons'.i
    with its band, led an ANZAC Day march through
    only armed detachment marching
    the citj of S>dnf,,
    caring service medals, who
    Australia. They were th-
    IVIMIOH OX I 1 IIOI-l
    Princess To
    Marry Again
    a> From Page I
    I'nited Statr*. Mr Uaibar said. lie
    muat drat acquire a new -si..tos"
    in an outside countrynot neeea-
    *arlly in his home countrv
    Mr Barber aoid he had received
    no request from the Egyptian
    Government to have Qhali "sent
    back" to Kg1 pi. bul hen man's
    legal inunufration status was ended
    he had tn nave
    Chali. who was denounced by
    King Farouk aa "ai. adventun-r
    and an unfaithf. ' h I
    ful man", said (he King himself
    "choose me to '< Hn Majcstj s
    Etlilicil adviser I was Egyptian
    Ice-Cunsul in Marseilles then.
    and I met the Queen and the
    Princess when tfaga
    19*0 en route to the United Stales
    "1 have been with then, ay*
    since. But I never dreamed then
    of the terrible icsult uf i>ui lum-
    anre'
    The Queen .mil IBM l'imr<
    have been living here eti an in-
    come of nearly $7 mm a week
    Their financial worries have begun
    with the confiscation of tha
    Quean's estate* but to-day *he
    "Wr will gel
    NAP Nations
    Will Build
    'r"*\>:BABY tOVES
    .. psa -: -.*% aae,***] I
    FRENCH COMMUNISTS
    ROCK THE BOAT
    If* .Michael lauiiiiintthiim
    Frees Paae t.
    ously, each Oovcrnmcnt
    point a deputy to Its Council r*
    l,i. wntaltve
    "Each deputy will be in a posl-
    Uni la give whatever time may be
    Mvesaary to ensure that the re-
    apofUitHliliea of tii<' Council are
    carried < ul elfcitlvcU
    To aaaM the Council in fulfill-
    I tig Its respoti.dbi.itie> the deputies
    .; of their GoVafTBBMnl .
    shall select ,i parmanenl Chair-
    man liom i H llcml* l -
    hip With the advice of the
    t'hairnutn the deputies ahaQ estab-
    lish a suitable full tune organisa-
    tion composed Of highly qualified
    persons contributed by member
    (Invetnments.
    The Chairman. In addWetl 'o
    pti .t.r at meeiing^ f the depu-
    ties, shall be responnNle fur .h-
    revt.ng tnc orffaMsattaa and its
    *..ik
    "Mernbai Ovvernments will ap-
    aoUH ibcir reputies with the least
    (earn) la on let thai a
    i rtg gun mas > led, the r-
    hed and progress
    be made on the urgent problem*
    before the Council.
    "The deputies assisted by the
    Chakrmi.ii ..ml the Organisation to
    re.ited shall begin functioning
    ry near future In order
    S
    (uticura
    X^< TALCUM **
    Orotewotil demanding a
    moe of the Church's free-
    . laid down In the October
    LONDON
    French Communists celebrated
    Ware's action was vigorously May Day in Parts chiefly by th.
    protested in the Press and in Par- ^1(>nstratiiui for M. Jol#*- munist u
    liamcnt. But the Home Secretary curie, the recently dismissed cause that
    could only tall the Commons that Htgti Corrnnlaalonar for atomic by the Prime Minister
    the High Court confirmed in 1827 cergy. This was no surprise ^ard*. Poblical strikes
    that a coroner had discretion in ^^ mlxcd regrel Mt 1M rtawv
    common law to hold an inquest a, ,nc, r^nov.1 ^ , dlstinguisl.-
    In private for reasons which ^ B scienuat was obvious ma-
    appeared to him necessary and |er|al for propaganda Bul ir
    Pfop"1"-' Bidault could hardly leave thli
    In this case, however, the coro- professed Communist
    ner himself later apologised for much longer
    "trespassing on the prerogatives One of the "*"
    for the now that there is Her
    leturn to eolleclivc bargaliiuiK gu^
    C.Q I' tlu- French Com- don
    ist Union, is supporting' a Con.titutlon. and that antl- .,
    has been recognised |Uj,os propaganda in schools
    down- uhoulil (^.g. Cardinal Prey-
    Francv ,jn,. ttw Roman Catholte Bishop
    x- added, arc no long- a, u-r|in> wrot(1 in ^nU:
    lai terms Ui the Premier th -
    same week What was Herr
    Oruteuohl to do. in the face of
    isueli Clerical determination* To
    surprise, he changed
    She had a valuable collect.
    Jewels. The Queen's last ward lM.
    was: "I will not return to Eg*pi in fc
    until my son the King accepts and u,al "uiupbh~'resutu" may"*'be -V
    approves ihis marriage Nothing fc.hive of I he Ministers when the progress
    made will be reviewed
    "Without minimising the im- !
    |ntance of any of the points listed
    above, first priority i-i the work of '
    the organisation shall be given to
    points one and two The deputies
    will have Ihelr headquarters In
    l-oiidon."
    Reuter
    matters to me except the happl
    i of Ihis young couple
    fteul.-r.
    Pas-ion Play
    i thoiii-
    <>( th
    liKrl. to
    i. penis uf
    jcoeed without ttw
    gajnugai
    But riotous Comniunist tactic
    ofllce against It Bidault s anU-sal-o- ZZ^.^,
    tage bill in Parliament b 9yvT>unei
    Frem r
    which there are well ov<
    .ii srer* of the culou
    rainbow.
    These made gorgeous spec-
    tacle when many players were an
    the stage at one time, such a*
    when Christ enliu.i the tempi
    in Jerusalem im.I irove out tlitf
    money changer* and traders.
    The singing and M>eaking is all
    in German, but can be lullowed
    easily by anyone.
    UNLAWFUL POSSESSION
    2 MONTHS
    F.edei ii k Marshall .
    Road waa aanhwii nil
    iitontha' imprisonment
    labour when he apue.i
    , ..heiher lie:- His Worship Mr A. J
    man or not. who rememliers the srhell yesteiday. charged
    *. , .'rch. durtni whTchST*S. JlSj, **"*. * fc
    nc* aiagisigtsr.Bt ess? sut..^r,j-
    Courts has been going on for more "A true Internationalist k, ......
    than 20 yearn. Last year the Brit- who Is ready to serve the Soviet j"^"
    i.h Medical Association recom- Union unreservedly, unhealtat- "
    mended that coroners be required Ingly unconditionally". As It is
    to have medical as well as legal sometimes put. the Soviet Unli
    belw
    lu.
    ; tho i
    nt clash at Brest
    thai
    demonstrators and po- rw,",!,*?,,,
    have brought public resent- i, "TJ
    mem uimhi the Party. The iw- ''"
    iHialTlication "aiid be barred from is the Communist's patrte, France x""i,A *uik? movement has, for
    _-wIT- .!,... rnnniwiti on the ,-.,i,. hu -... the moment. In-en defeated, with
    hes can fulfil
    the basis uf th,
    Gospel story
    Outside the pl.iyhouse waa dead
    as most of the inhabitants are l'i
    the cast whether they are eight
    or 0 years old.
    HruUr
    IW.,e'
    llan-
    ilh the '
    The Bluest Bargains
    ejvtr offered
    NEW HANDBAGS
    In Solid Shudes-Black
    and White
    ...aking adverse comments on the merely his pays.
    conduct of people mentioned at The wave of Communist vlo-
    mqueats. lence and agitation has rocked
    6wwt 1- I On the latter point, w. Bontley tne French ship of state since
    WfPKR 1 1 <* 11 Purchase. Honorary Secretary of January Under the twin ban-
    \\ h CIVD ' lhe Coroners' Society. waa,ln full nc
    agreement. port ..
    "ihcv By off the handle. Pur- wagM (immediate bonus and
    chase explained. "What we need minimum wagel the Party has
    th.
    from Xii
    S per ee
    the
    unable to obtain more
    I ajjnplamn than the
    it wage increase offered
    itset. A little before
    ternative for the
    ma~-i tierman Premier was to
    ha\.- started a new "Kultur-
    fcamiif. that struggle of the Slate
    to rub)fa| the Church which Bis-
    maMk waged In Germany and
    Hn- v lost in l7g. but which
    the Communist (
    Lott
    ery :
    of
    MANILA.
    Tyrone Power, suffering from
    a tropical case of heat rash
    while starring in 20th Century
    Fox's "American Guerrilla in
    the Philippines," haa been ad-
    vised to bathe in tropical raina
    to cure his Itchy skin ailment
    A studio spokesman said th<-
    advice came from n jjungle
    tribesman who claims to be an
    expert on such matters.
    When do the rains begin?"
    was Power's flrsl eager question
    "Oh." replied the tribesman
    seriously, "not for another six
    weeks." I.N.S.
    ary. under the twin Dan- v..,. ,,.,. .. ,,mi,., # the ( omniums! tiovernmeut won
    Son
    the government
    llnnly with the c
    to deal
    unist men-
    organlaed a violent campaign of
    _ hool for coroners,
    who are appointed (by county and rootage and strikes against Am- d'"n,
    lrough counciU) baveno idea of tfican mlIltarv aiA ^ pn,,,^ and ""
    what they ought to do. xhf sending of French arms to
    The B.NA. a so ^o^^"dhead, mdo-China. (As I write. Mr
    that suie.de verdleU ahouW be that Acncjlon who u now ln l^^
    for the Three Powers' Confer-
    Bidault hni
    "tlrm"
    since
    the dead person "died by his
    hand" without the usual "unsound
    mind" or "balance o* mind dis-
    turbed" addition. (t'.P.)
    -.; Iiilou to Crass-Word Puifle
    steps that M
    taken. And ln *,
    he told tfk'
    peoule that the law
    would bo sternly enforced against
    ence. after preliminary talk, with "*"& *g* _f*JM < ""-
    M. Schuman In Paris, has an- "- *he French State.
    nounced that the U.S. will sup-
    ply France with aid for Indo-
    Chlna).
    Violent
    wohl cannot think this a matter
    to the' national""accuruV The ' '--l ^"" present
    nssal of M. Joliol-Curie Is flPp'.'> ,r*le^ "" recent even .
    Jn Poland where strong Catholic
    nco made the Warsaw
    Government deckle to compro-
    mise .i.ipoi.nih with the Bish-
    ops Me may ask himself whether
    German religious feeling would
    be any lose weak. Bn the "Ocr-
    n Dei
    unlawful possession of a uuantitv
    of paint which he was mveving,n
    along Hay Street
    Two persons saw Marshall with
    the paint on May 17 and one of
    them. Delina l-ayn.- said he
    approached her and asked her il
    she wanted lo buy the paint from
    him On refusing to do so Mar-
    shall threatened to stick hn With
    a piece of wire which he had in
    his hand, he took the tin of paint
    the and hid it behind some cases she
    m had in her place
    He waa later arrested and taken
    to the Budge Post.
    Soiheil Walili.il ke. |h>i of (he
    Cuminal Hecords, said he knew
    ho had four previous
    uMvictions for larceny On the
    last conviction he was sentenced
    to three months' Imprisonment
    rlta hard labour, by His Worsnip
    stealing
    tic Government" is
    Rabbits By Radio
    TRIULEY.
    Geoffrey Cooke. a Trimley
    electrician, now catches rabbits
    by radio.
    A ferret with a small coll
    clipped to its collar is sent down
    a burrow.
    When it llnds ;, rabbit a bui-
    20T sounds and Cooke digs.
    I.N.8.
    with 183 seats, have, in the opin-
    ion of moat observers, no chance
    i-f coming to powW at present.
    In the elections of 1W4 ih. n..-
    tainod nearly t)U million vote-<
    out of an elcctorale of 24 million.
    This was due partly to their
    Tndo- ril*t'niniished record in the Ke-
    Chlna 'is iTot'pVii'aV and there *"**. P*rtly
    are many people In France, be- wrr<,( W1,lp|y regarded as a pro-
    sides the Communists, who dls- re*slve movement and partly
    This cumpalgn might have been
    more successful If it had hcou
    less violentIf, that Is. the Com-
    munists had not overplayed
    their hand. Thi
    approve of the Vietnam regime
    of Bao Dal. On the other hand.
    some sections of tho French
    working class are still underpaid
    and regard the Communists as
    the only true "proletarian" par-
    ty. In demanding higher wages
    NOTICE
    IN CONSEQUENCE OF EVENTS over which this Company has had no
    control, details of which have recently appeared in the various Pros
    Announcements from the Government and The British Union Oil Co..
    Ltd.. the latest of which communiques indicate the ponibility of the
    Natural Gas being cut off after the 20lh May.
    THIS IS TO NOTIFY OUR CUSTOMERS THAT IN
    Till-: KVENT OK THE NATURAL GAS SUPPLY
    BUNG CUT, THE GAS COMPANY WILL BE
    UNABLE TO CONTINUE THE USUAL 24 HOURS ^
    DAILY SUPPLY OF GAS TO THE PUBLIC.
    TEMPORARY ARRANGEMENTS have been made to continue with a
    supply of Manufactured Gas as long as our stock of Coal lasts, which is
    estimated to be approximately 2 to 3 weeks, provided the supply of Gas
    is limited lo lew hourt each day. ,
    THE HOURS AT WHICH IT IS HOPED THE GAS
    WILL BE AVAILABLE EACH DAY ARE AS
    FOLLOWS :
    DURING THE MORNING FROM ..30 TO 7.30 O'CLOCK
    in KIM. THE EVENING
    FROM %M TO IL* O'CLOCK
    Tli CommunlsU. thouch the I'll"
    ...,.,.,., in the. g&gr. bJS, r?Cli?&
    ment. But as soon as it feels its
    position In Eastern Germany to
    he stronger, we must asmtwl
    change of tactics. Conciliatory
    gestures from Otto Grotewohl
    Uiamtdj Bishop* Preyslng and
    tl in the He- Kg*.3 'l,,t' ,nPn' "* "
    because they '"^"Com"":
    Iron Curtain Club
    An association of emigres.
    led The inm Curtain Club'
    A special drawing
    Panama NgtltaUl Locbtrj *
    held last Sunday to finance it*
    ronsli-uitloii uf bOfJM (Of UW
    voung Newspapermen's Union h- .
    Paunui d on Land recently u'l"!""!
    donated by khe munidpallty.
    For the oTalon the pi it c u
    l.i Act vi J^ tliHiblcii. ind thi
    jirir.es wen> duublnl to match
    First price was 1100.000 as com- Mr. 11. A. Tain*
    pared with the $10,000 first prize wod valued al 1:
    in the usual ITMkly lOHOfV -^-^
    'irawing The n-t proAl DM not DAk'C< fc
    yet been announced. OAU OKAKtb 5
    l*roio-.ed liullillog will
    three.".!.*.. DnMUC ......cluj. ^"'"" "<"*<'" " Blark
    i large conference room, a Ilh-
    I..OMI.
    i group of gue-
    sting journalists.
    (aovcrnmciit B)
    Influenza
    bc
    their seeming jirotcst
    D-
    against -'governineot" appeals to hil6 )uM brm fl(rilied , U)ndo(i;
    fli
    journalists exiled fitmi counlrtas
    MEHTHVR TYPF1L.
    Williams, Socialul mem-
    l*arliament for Nealh.
    dencnbed hi* party's
    "government
    thrown. It is up to these "free"
    journalists and writers to get
    across to what are Inherently
    nn'ionnlbitic peoples the idea of
    n federation of Centra, and Kaa-
    lern Europe, the Baltic and the
    Balkans, which enlightened emi-
    gre leaders betlevu would be the
    only safeguard for their countries
    against a future aggressor.
    N.B. ADJUSTMENTS will have to be made to all the Burners of Stoves
    and other Appliances to suit the change in Gas, and our Customers an1
    asked not to telephone about this, as each and every Customer will br
    attended to as speedily as our Fitters can deal with same.
    EVERYTHING HAS BEENJJONE to meet this emergency situation, and
    the Public is asked only to use the Gag for necessities, and to co-operate
    in any way possible.
    THE BARBADOS GAS CO.. LTD.
    luoncc hM declined Is this the Mad ,hr ,., r,u, Th. wr.
    TajorI why French CmrnunllU. fom u, ,,. ,.|u|, , hl.
    probably on orders troni Moiaow. ^ commuI, undenlandlni he-
    re turned to more violent and u. eon m oluUooory method. behind .,, widely dlflerln. In
    the peace dove oj the convert .,.,., d out|,|, i^ivia
    plc,0! and Hungary. On day. perhapr..
    Shades of Trai.h.. Kostov " "uaalan yoke will be ovar-
    Tho trial and subs<.'C|uent hiiiiK
    ing of Tralcho Kostov last De-
    cember and tho great purge of
    tbg inner ranks of the Bulgarian
    Communist party tliat folkrWM it
    left .i large gap to in- nllad in UM
    party's Central Committee. It
    was agreed that a congress would
    t- held on May 9 lo elect new
    members and discuss party tac-
    Ucs and organisation Now the
    Central Committee has announc-
    ed that the Congress will be
    postponeduntil June b They
    say this Is because the prelim-
    inary round of party meetings in
    the provinces has not yet been
    completed. But this sounds very
    much like an excuse. The mon-
    likely reason, 1 think, is that the
    Bulgarian Communist party I*
    still split over the Issue that sent
    Kostov to the fallow* The real
    crime of the former Deputy Pre-
    mier was that he dared to oppose
    tho ccixiiimic subjugauon of m
    Uafry by Soviet Hussia.
    Church and Smic
    Since taking office as Premier
    last autumn. Herr Grotewohl ha~>
    .ageo to crush all poliUcal
    opposition lo bis Government in
    Eastern flermany I don'l
    be has found tnis difficult
    the "dictator" of a Commu-
    nist-dominated regl.ne. It Is
    ll-known that the "German
    mocratic Republic east of ih*
    Elbe, which the Russians set up
    in answer u> the West German
    Government al Bonn. Is a Com-
    munist puppet stale ruledas
    such puppets mostly are-from
    Moscow {Only last week Otto
    Grotewohl and his deputy, Wal-
    ter Ulbricht, were summoned to
    the Russian Capital, probablv to
    be briefed in the speeches thev
    have since made In Bet tin on
    "Liberation Day" (May ). the
    anniversary of HitlerS collapse.)
    Communists have ways of deal-
    ing with their political oppon-
    ents. But they are not. always,
    so successful in their treatment
    of the Church. Herr Grotewohl is
    discovering that it dues not pay
    to browbeat the Clergy of Eas-
    tern Germany.
    When, just over a fortnight ag<>.
    Dr. Dibeltus. the Evangelical
    Bishop of Berlin, circulated a
    Pastoral Letter protesting against
    the spread of materialism and
    anU-religlom activities in the
    Eastern Eoae Ol
    Premier upbraided him for at-
    tacking "the Constitution, the
    Government and the Rephblic "
    This did not deter the worthy
    Evangclis. He wrote a letter to
    bar
    Was
    adminislialion
    by influenza.''
    lb furring to tlie
    me.iger majority of six in Ihe
    Houae of Commons Williams
    ti-lil a M.ilbyr Tydtil m-H'tiiiK
    "Wr haw rchod a very
    ctsniplex stage In |h>1iUos In this
    ewntiy We have a goveni-
    n.int by Influenia. democracy by
    arciitcnt. survival by < lIIII "
    "I do not know how long i
    can last The longer it li vi-
    lla.- nioie dead It l- I think wu shall have lo go to
    the country again soon (have
    new i-lolioni to obtain a m
    mnndale.
    I.N.H.
    i found guilly of driv...
    the motor car M 2427 with InefTI-
    ci.-nl inakes. on April I, by His
    Worship Mr. II. A Talma, yester-
    day.
    Mi m avdafid t.. pee a fine of
    paid by instalments, or
    IWO months' imprisonment
    NKW COVfftMTB*
    SVDNEV. A.i-ii ib.. Hntisi,
    n arvleamaii arho migiated hen-
    are planning to build n new town
    --!< be named New Coventry--
    n Ihe outskirts of Sydney The '
    town, which will have an ongln.il I
    l-.|>nl,.ti,in of 4,000, will eo,t
    fl.llil0.0O0 loere.1 C p
    New Beef Land
    For Britain?
    Secret Report Ify Kxfterts
    (By JOHN KI.DH.UNi
    A GREAT RANCHING EKTATL in B*chuanaland'i
    Kolohar. Desert will provide succulent steaks .nut joints
    !or the Sunday dinner In Britain, il the rrlwUngi -it expetis
    who have just gurvcyed the territory are accepted
    The ofnclal report on the empty,
    unused Kalahari has gone to the
    C< lonlal Development Corporation
    Dut It is a secret.
    Prom the Bechuanaland Gov-
    einment secretary down, no one
    rt.ire say s word.
    The area earmarked for cattle
    r:.. sing90,000 square mlles-is
    ii.habited only by roving bush-
    rr en, among whom a Ave-footer Is
    .i tall man. and a few Europeans.
    moat of them In Government ser-
    if tin- plans go through. In a
    few years there will be Bechu-
    analand beer on Uriti-di tables
    and less from the Argentine
    The planners are prepared to
    treble ihe present beef production
    of the Protectorate.
    Por that they need 740.000 csttle
    In ranches each covering 040
    square miles and holding 10,000
    cattle.
    Although this Kalahari is desert
    on the maps it Is not Beau Geste
    'unity. Sweetgrass. gajcsjjOggfl
    i... grows
    I --c-feet high bul Is patently dis-
    fnbuted and needs nursing.
    The rough tracks are too much
    ' >t care. Lorries are es-wntlal
    The Bechuanaland police use
    i jmels for the toughest part of
    Ihssf bush beat of 275.000 square
    Mm
    The Kalahari is healthy, with
    rilliant. mild winters. But rainfall
    M sometime, only six Inches a
    ear
    There is water under the desert
    300 feet under Boreholes and
    SOUTH AfBiCA 'j^^\ /
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    PI-ASTIC HANDBAGS
    With Shuuhier Slrapa
    $il.Z:t each
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    HANDBAGS
    In Assorted Colours
    BXr. each
    CHILDRKNS
    IMITATION
    I.KATMKH
    HANDBAGS 9-. each
    At The
    MODERN
    DRESS SHOPPE
    Brood Slrcel
    Mr. CONTRACTOR or IK ILIUM
    from 6 II. lo Iff II.
    m onsa rpa voua mote compobi the
    AM. STKEI. IIKITISII BUILT IIIHTIK CYCLE
    varlrly ol modrU In nUnk Includlni
    UMffJ (,...!- .,(, wllh r >, II., I ....,,|
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    FULL KWc.l OK SPARKS AMI
    C'YCLK ACCKSSORIKS
    Inrladlna '....... and HUh In -m. TYKES and
    Tl Hi:s for lUrlna C'yrlti,.
    THE H.lltHAIMfS IOI MM i Ltd.
    wiluam mum LTD.
    "CLOTHIERS OF DISTI.VCTIO\"
    money arc needed to keep the
    cattle alive
    A two-month survey has been
    rsa pitted by a mission which In-
    cluded Professor Frank Deben-
    ham, geologist wiih Scott's expe-
    dition to Ihe Antarctic S8 -years
    ago.
    The mission's wandering:
    reached the Moloi*. river, thi
    southern boundary of Bcchii'ina-
    land. where 500.000 acres are being
    turned Into a holding raneh
    Laiviur naada an
    3,000 to 4,000 African cowboys and
    300 European supervisors.
    But there arc lions to be dealt
    with tiefore we can get down to
    those lulcy beefsteaks.
    L.ES
    FINE TAILORING IS
    ALWAYS A JOY TO
    HI IH 11.11
    Our Tailoring
    De/nrrtment
    has n deservedly Popular
    Kepuiulion for
    Jl'ST THAT LITTLE BIT
    MOKE CARE AND
    ATTENTION"
    which ui- give to all orders
    lor Suits
    Many men now are laying
    ' I \la>s <;( Mine from
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    PAGE FOl'B
    BARBADOSADVOCATE
    frioav mav i<>. nsn
    Barbados ip aimmte
    They Called Him Mail
    Ifcruiis.- II. Said ll.il.h.i loultl II. hriran In Malaya
    Friday. May 19. 195"
    Oil
    TWO MAJOR facts mrgt f,(.ni tlu
    Government's lon awaited announce-
    ment on oil.
    The first is that the Government of
    Barbados have driven a hard bargain in
    the interests of the people of Barbados.
    The second is that if there is oil in Bar-
    bados the Gulf Corporation will find it.
    The first fact is obvious when it :s
    realised that under the terms of the pros-
    pecting and concession licence the Gov-
    ernment of Barbados retains rights over
    three quarters of the island while obtain-
    ing royalties of twelve and a half per cent
    on all oil produced and rentals of one
    dollar per year for every acre of land
    under lease.
    Furthermore after the comparatively
    short period of 21 years the Government
    of Barbados will have the right to increase
    the royalty to 161 per cent.
    There can be no doubt that these fav-
    ourable terms are due in no small meas-
    ure to the expert advice of the Albertan
    Minister of Mines without whose assist-
    ance the Government of Barbados would
    have found it Impossible to negotiate with
    the competing oil Companies who wanted
    to obtain rights for deep drilling in Bar-
    bados.
    Free of cost, to this island the Hon. N. E.
    Tanner was loaned to Barbados by a
    Province of Canada where the discovery
    of oil has been hailed as fabulous and
    where orderly exploitation of oil is in
    marked contrast to the feverish inflation
    which has in the past forced up costs of
    living in so many other countries where
    oil booms have occurred.
    Writing uf Alberta in Wednesday's issue
    of this newspaper the Toronto correspond-
    ent of the greatest Conservative news-
    paper organisation in the United Kingdom
    wrote "The modem boom is not accom-
    panied by the hysterical speculation which
    followed the old gold rushes. It Is a steady
    growth, marked by the most restrained
    and level headed investment in the history
    of this great land of buried treasured."
    It is in this province of Alberta that
    the Hon. N. E. Tanner is Minister of Mines.
    Barbados can hardly ever have been
    more fortunate in getting the services of
    jfuch a man at tio cost to the taxpayer of
    this island. U there is oil in Barbados the
    Gulf Corporation have promised to find it
    and the activities of a company whose
    operations are world wide leave no doubt
    that the promise will be fulfilled.
    The announcement that the Corporation
    are contemplating an early start with geo-
    physical operations (which include the
    use of magnetometers on the ground and
    in the air) is sign enough that so far as
    the Gulf Corporation is concerned the
    search for oilwhich is said to hove existed
    in Barbados before it was discovered in the
    United Stateshas begun. No one knows
    whether there is oil in Barbados nor how
    much oil will be produced, nor can anyone
    forecast with certainty what changes will
    result in the island, if oil is discovered.
    Everyone is entitled to hope however,
    that an island which imports 44 per cent
    of its food from North America and which
    finds it increasingly difficult to provide
    economic employment for the heavy popu-
    lation it must support will find oil in aufii
    ciently large quantities to raise the mate-
    rial standards of life throughout the com-
    munity.
    In assessing the "facts revealed by the
    Government announcement that a pros-
    pecting and concession licence has been
    given to Gulf Oil Corporation, the import-
    ant question to answer is "will Barbados
    benefit most from the deal?"
    On the facts, as announced, it is impos-
    sible not to give the Government credit for
    having driven a hard bargain in the inter-
    ests of the people of the island.
    LONDON
    May 24th is Empire Day. Fifty
    yean ago its founder, the Earl ol
    M.-ath. said the object of Empire
    ay celebrations was "the out-
    ward sign or an inner awakening
    ..f the peoples who constitute the
    British Empire to the sertou*
    .Udles which lie el their door.'"
    He chow May 24th for these cele-
    brations because H was Queen
    Victoria's birthday
    May 24th is also the anniversary
    of the Linnean Society, and to
    mark the occasion the Society will
    make its annual award of the
    Linnean Medal to an outstanding
    naturalist. Their choker of re-
    cipient could not have been more
    appropriate for they have chosen
    as this year's medallist Mr. Henry
    Nicholas Ridley. C MO., the man
    who founded the rubber industry
    in Malaya.
    Now In his 95th year. Mr.
    Ridley is one of the last surviving
    "Empire builders." His "serious
    duty" was plain to him when he
    went to Singapore 62 years ago lo
    take over the position of Director
    ,f the Botanical Gardens. He
    saw what no other man had seen
    that this little-known colonv
    was a source of potential wealth
    unrivalled by any other of our
    possessions. Against sreat ad-
    versity he founded the rubber In-
    dustry which today earns mor?
    dollars for the Empire than any
    other single industry in it.
    But though rubber has earned
    many fortunes for the men who
    followed Mr. Ridley's early lead,
    he himself Is a man of modest
    means, living quietly on the edge
    of Kew Gardens, In London.
    The story of his achievement is
    all the more fascinating because
    tt is little known. It will not be
    found In history books, nor among
    the great success stories of the
    last century Yet it Is a story
    well worth telling.
    Mr. TildJey was a young man of
    12 when he arrived In Singapore
    He had heard of the attempts that
    had already been made to grow
    rubber trees In Asia. He knew
    for Instance, that a number of
    rubber seeds, sent from Kew. had
    been planted In India, but had
    perished during the cold season
    He knew too. that rubber plants,
    also from Kew. had been nlanted
    In Ceylon, but had been given up
    as a commercial proposition
    He had heard of experiments
    carried out on rubber trees In the
    Singapore Botanical Gardens.
    Twenty-two seedlings, a few from
    the same batch that had been sent
    to Kew from Brazil, hnd been
    planted there. When Mr Ridlev
    first saw them, they had multiplied
    There were now about a thousand
    rubber trees in the Gardens, but
    they were overgrown with second-
    ary )unle.
    The trees were there, hurstlng
    with latex, but nobodv knew how
    to ret It nut. Stripping the tree
    of Its bark, as they did In Brazil.
    yielded a certain amount of rub-
    ber, but it also killed the tree
    It didn't ne*H a botanic m toll
    that this method was unsatisfac-
    tory.
    Between spells of watching a
    troop of monkeys which had
    settled In the Gardenshe once
    witnessed the murder of iho Mar-
    ly king of the troop by two .voting
    monkeysand observing for the
    first time with human eyes the
    behaviour of a colony of ants,
    which made nests from leaves by
    sewing them together with the
    thread from their larvae, Mr Rill-
    By RONALD BOXALL
    MR. RIDLEY
    ley concentrated on the pioblcm
    < When I spoke to him at his home
    this week, he recalled those early
    days. "I was popularly known as
    Mad Ridley' or Rubber Ridley'
    ha said, "and one (iovernor. Sir
    Frank Swettcnham. actually repri-
    manded me for wasting my time
    on the plants "
    Bui he disregarded the scorn
    and criticism of his superior Gov-
    ernment officers, and after months
    of experimenting at last succeed-
    ed In tapping a tree and extract-
    ing latex. He was the first man
    to discover that a rubber tree
    could be tapped in a certain way
    one day and that the wound would
    heal anS the tree could be tapped
    again the next daywith even
    better results. He invented" tfie
    herring-bone system of tapping,
    which Is still used today.
    The trees had to be tapped early
    in the" morning before the moat-
    lure, which It had absorbed during
    the night, evaporated in the heat
    of the day. His native assistants
    soon became expert tappers, and
    one was even able to tap two hun-
    dred trees In the hour between
    dawn and the time the latex
    ceased to flow.
    At first he used fflgirfltfl tins
    to collect the latex, and one cube
    of rubber thus obtained was ex-
    hibited In 1689 In Singaporethe
    first sample of cultivated rubber
    ever shown In public.
    Later It occurred to him that
    the rubber would dry better If it
    were made into thin sheets. There
    were no funds available to buy
    equipment so he used ordinary
    enamel plates. But eventually his
    assistant, who was a keen photo-
    grapher, obtained a large photo-
    graphic developing traya rarity
    In those daysand with Bug Mr.
    Ridley produced the first sheet of
    rubber. One of these sheets was
    sent to England where ex-
    perts pronounced It to be of first-
    class quality.
    Mr. Ridley thus proved to his
    own satisfaction that rubber culti-
    vation had tremendous commercial
    possibilities, but It was not quite
    so easy to convince other people
    Wherever he went, he produced
    a handful of rubber seeds from
    the stock which he constantly
    carried In hts pockets, and dis-
    tributed them to District Officers
    and Residents to plant near their
    houses. His object in doing this
    was to have a good supply of
    plants scattered all over the
    Peninsula to readiness for the
    great demand which he estimated
    would come about 1900 with the
    development of motor transport
    -Many year, later", ^r. Ridley
    told me. I found by the resthouse
    at Tapah. Perak, kumc very large
    trees, then owned by a Malay who
    obtained two pleuls of rubber a
    on* of them. I found
    that this house had formerly been
    iTie District Officer's residence and
    that undoubtedly he had been one
    of those to whom 1 gave seeds and
    induced to plant them near his
    house"
    Mr Ridley tried In vain to
    pire European planters with some
    of his enthusiasm for rubber, but
    It was not until 1B95. when Mr.
    R. C. M. Kindersley and Mr
    D C. P Kindersley took up rub-
    ber planting in the Federated
    Malay State* and Mr. Tan Cfagfl
    Yan m Malacca, thai he succeeded
    Rubber, valued at 2s 8d. per lb..
    was sent to England In 1898 from
    the Botanical Gardens in Singa-
    pore, and in IB97 rubber from
    Perak. valued at Zs Bd to 3s per
    lb., was sent fiomc by Mr Derry
    The latter also tent a large
    quantity In 1899. valued at 3.'l0d
    per lb. and Mi Curtis sent rubber
    from Penang. valued at 3s 3d per
    lb. in I89A. This was the begin-
    ning of the industry which today
    earns million* of pounds every
    year.
    The situation now began to altei
    Offre. which I .t been until then
    practically the only agrlcultu
    product of the Malay Peninsula.
    began to disappear.-and rubber
    seed was so much in demand that
    It became extremely difficult to
    nipptv 'hem in sufficiently large
    quantities Meanwhile, the whole
    staff of the Botanical Gardens in
    Singapore were occupied In In-
    structing planters, dhaling with
    diseases of the rubber tree. Im-
    proving methods of smokin,.
    curing raw rubber, and shipping
    seeds and seedlings to planters, not
    only In the Malay Peninsula, but
    all over the fj trial
    Mr. Ridley's work was recog-
    nised by the British Government
    In 1912, when he was made a
    C M.G. He left Malaya in The
    Although he can truly be called
    the father of the Malayan rubXer
    industry, Mr. Ridley has lived to
    see that industry face Its first
    serious threat from a rival pro-
    duct. That product Ai
    synthetic rubber -valuabli
    was in wartime, need never have
    tcen necessary, he believes, if the
    Americans had developed a natural
    rubber Industry In or near Brazil,
    from where the -oe;'s of the first
    trees planted in the Far East
    originated.
    Still active at 94 and as mental-
    ly ague m- ft nan of halt his years,
    Mr Ridley souvenirs of his travels to many
    unexplored parts of the world. He
    has compiled a diary, setting out
    in the minutest detail every aspect
    of his work as a botanist and
    naturalist, aim still keeps it up to
    date.
    But although he is surrounded
    by the evidence of a lifetime spent
    In the service of science. Mr Rid-
    ley's most treasured posscssl
    a framed col lection of signatures
    of fuity prominent Dutch scien-
    tists, which was presented to hli
    on his ninetieth birthday In 1945.
    In the hectic days Just after Java
    had been liberated from the
    Japanese
    John Hulls I ii in in > Shrinks
    LONDON
    Overseas tourists are tucking In
    heartily now that Britain has be-
    come an "eat-what-you-llke"
    nation, in the Restaurants at least.
    But ten years of austerity has
    shrivelled the tummy ol John
    Bull.
    There were fears that the
    natives would panic the rest-
    aurants and hotels with demands
    rur "square meals" once the 70-
    ccnt ceiling on meals was removed
    to garner more tourist dollars.
    These apprehensions have proved
    groundless.
    The well-upholstered b e e I-
    ealers of Merrie Englande are en-
    titled to a full turn in their gravs
    for their modern counterparts
    are no "trenchermen"even when
    the victuals are there.
    Ten years of meagre rations nas
    killed the habit of heavy eating
    The British can no longer ply a
    good knife and fork.
    Even the "curiosity" rush which
    ' followed the lifting of restrictions
    on meals in catering establish-
    ments on May 1 lasted only a day
    or two In most restaurants and
    then died down completely.
    Festive boards proved too much
    for the natives. They had lost
    the manly technique of gorman-
    dizing.
    Even though thousands of free
    dentures have been issued since
    the National Health Service was
    inaugurated In July 1948. snappy
    mastication was a lost art.
    Luxury establishments through-
    out mid-town I.ondon reported
    only "moderato" Increases in the
    amount of food consumed by each
    customer.
    The only difference seemcl to
    be a demand for delicacies and
    succulent tid-bits that restaurants
    could not previously provide iinr' M
    a 70-cent all-in charge.
    Smoked salmon, cavtaga and
    other tantalizing dishes have now
    come out from under the counter
    London restaurants and hotels
    meanwhile are Jammed wlnt the
    lirst rush of tourists and buyers
    for the British Industries Fair.
    They have greeted the plentiful
    supplies of comestibles with grati-
    fication and traditional sounds of
    satisfaction.
    But they report that it will take
    London and the rest of Britain
    some time to regain any sort of
    eminence in the food world.
    Prices are most reasonable. But
    cooking and service could really
    do with a good deal of Improve-
    ment.
    For ten years British kitchen
    and dining room staffs have been
    proportioned to austerity needs.
    Compantively few. even of
    London's mid-town twank estab-
    lishments, have been prepared
    for the demands on skilled chefa
    made inevitable by tne abandon-
    ment of food restrictions.
    Reports in the trade state that
    in London alone some 400 first-
    class chefs could find employ-
    ment.
    Americana, however, have
    found that the British have
    finally caught on the table when
    'hey sit down to dine.
    -INS
    Quick Rirhes Bring
    Misery
    I'.S. Iladio Prize* Prove
    A Worn Ami D.illu*.on
    From FREDERICK COOK
    GIVE-AWAY radio programmes are all
    the rage In the United Stales. But for two
    people the lithes of a prize brought misery
    and worry.
    Just before bed-time on the night of Janu-
    ary 9, John Oaks, of Sparrow Point, near
    Bammore. Maryland, was listening to the
    Stop-the-Music programme. On this pro-
    gramme, a "mystery melody'* had been
    played for days.
    A rich prize awaited the listener, tele
    phoned at random, who could name not only
    the tune being played at the moment, hut
    the "mystery melody" too.
    Mr. Oaks' telephone rang.
    In his excitement, he almost dropped it
    when a voice said: "Mr. Oaks? You are about
    Mr Oaks, to have the opportunity of a life-
    time. Can you identify the name of the tune
    we art playing now?''
    Mr. Oaks's niece, in for dinner that night,
    said "It's Maybe You'll Be There." He gavef
    the name. Instantly the radio fell silent as a
    voice yelled: "Stop the Music?"
    A Car. Gems, Furniture . .
    "And now," said the announcer, "if you
    can answer the next question correctly I am
    going to give you a brand new motorcar a
    $3,000 diamond ring, a $2,500 diamond brace-
    let, a $2,000 kitchen with $2,000 worth of
    food, a $2,000 living-room suite, a $1,000 war
    bond and many, many other thingsalto-
    gether worth $30,500."
    The question followed: "What is the title
    of the Mystery Melody?"
    Mr. Oaks knew that, too. His wife had
    told him long before "The title," he said
    shakily: "is 'When the Bridegroom Comes.' "
    "Right!" shouted the announcer, and
    cheers poured out of Mr. Oaks's radio set.
    For him the cheering did not last long.
    Wife's Heart Attack
    Two hours late, five policemen stood out-
    side his door, keeping back tremendous
    crowds. His telephone rang constantly.
    Friends called to congratulate him.
    People he had never heard of called and
    asked for money. The postman brought his
    letters by the sackful.
    Most told hard-luck stories and asked for
    money. Charities wrote by hundreds.
    Then lorries started arriving with the
    gifts. They filled his small house so that he
    could hardly move. His wife, in the midst of
    the excitement, had a heart attack.
    Sued By Niece
    The income tax man wrote to Mr. Oaks
    warning him to keep careful record of all
    the gilts and that they would be taxable, as
    unearned income. An accountant friend con-
    firmed the worst, the lax would be more
    than his annual salary.
    In despair, Mr. Oaks started giving the
    gifts away. Some he sold. Finally he kept
    only $2,400 worth. But still the tax man said
    he had received $30,500 worth, and would
    get a bill for taxes on that. He almost had a
    heart attack himself.
    Then his niece filed suit for half ol the
    total, claiming that he would not have won
    anything if she had not been there to name
    the tune being played. This claim is now
    pending.
    A Woman's House
    In California, Mrs. Mary Brod won a $12,500
    house "absolutely free" and now wishes she
    had never heard of it. It was on a concrete
    foundation.
    She had to buy land to put it on, then
    move it. This cost $3,000, plus a bond for
    $2,000 she had to put up to guarantee that it
    would comply with local housing laws.
    Then came new foundations, sewers, water,
    gas and electricity connections, a garage,
    landscaping to conform with the local zoning
    rules, and a tax bill for $3,000 on unearned
    income.
    Now the house is on the market. "It has
    taken every cent of OUT savings." said Mrs.
    Brod. "We can't afford to live in it now. All
    we can hope for is to sell it and get our
    money back."L.E.S*.
    Oar Header* Say:
    Sunday Is A Day Of The Spirit
    To the Editor. The Advocate
    SIB."A number of persons in
    the Island, keenly Interested in the
    public welfare, are becoming much
    concerned about the rapidly In-
    creasing secularisation uf lite in
    general amongst us, and the
    diversion of the Sabbath (or
    Lord's Day) from Its proper and
    most valuable use for Divine
    worship, religious instruction and
    moral culture. They therefore
    beg to Invite the community to
    think afresh and very earnestly
    concerning the matter.
    Especially they wish to ask
    parents and guardians of children
    and young people lo see (hat they
    do not miss the help and benefits
    provided for them by the Sunday
    Schools and the Churches. It Is
    exceedingly important for them
    and through them for the future
    of the whole community, tiTSl
    they be nurtured and trained in
    Christian principles and ways o'
    living and Sunday is the special
    opportunity for such vital assist-
    ance.
    It Is vary noteworthy that at the
    Lodge School Speech Day in
    March last the three specially ex-
    perienced and wise persons who
    took part, the Headmaster, the
    Bishop and H E. the Governor.
    joined to emphasise the supreme
    Importance of the spiritual basis
    of the good life, and of Instruction
    In harmony with that great fact.
    FRANCIS GODSON.
    On behalf of Associates for
    Spiritual Revival and Emphasis
    Chelsea.
    May IB, 1960.
    WO hnnir All
    To the Editor. The Advocate
    SIR,Please refer lo Sunday's
    Advocate (May 14) Page 4. "Side-
    lights on Sport" starling from
    the second paragraph of the sec-
    tion "More Kudos".
    The *TttW of the column |a
    attacking Mr. Eytle's "strange
    observation* on the West Indies
    learn" given over tlM BBC (Sun-
    day. May 6. re Yorkshire match).
    bund fault with Rama-
    dhln's bowling, with Walrotfs
    wleket-keeping, with I
    Indies' fielding among other
    things". Thus writes the writer
    of the sports column. And he
    goes on to object strongly to Mr.
    Eytle's comments, calling him a
    "self-appointed know-all", and
    pointing out that Eytle "cannot
    claim the honour of having rep-
    resented either British Guiana in
    intercolonial cricket or the West
    Indies In International cricket."
    All of which Is very bad form.
    I heard the summary "Calling ihc
    West Indies." Eytl said that
    Ramadhin was bowling short of a
    length i he said that Walcott's
    wicket-keeping was much better
    than it was In the match vs. Wor-
    cestershire (and described and
    praised one of his catches); aiui
    a for the West Indies fielding, he
    said that our men were quick to
    the Kill, ran it hard when neces-
    sary, but that their throw beck
    to the wicket-keeper left much to
    b desired.
    He also said dial tU V
    .side icoked better in the aeld
    more businesslike more up to
    Test standard in their lidding
    than the West Indies did (We
    who saw the M.C.C. here, know
    what he means).
    But never once did Mr. Eytle
    give me the Impression that he
    was a "know-air' (m fact, his
    lack of experience did not allow
    him to get over quick, clear, con-
    tidetit impressions, which are o
    important to ball-by-ball com
    mentary-starved West Indians ,
    but he did see the game, and his
    opinions did not differ to any
    marked extent from other radio
    reports, anyway.
    Finally. I must object to the
    insinuation that because Ernes.
    Eytla did not p&. intercolonial
    cricket, he Is not in a position to
    criticise the game. Such an ide;i
    and this holds good for tho
    whole field of criticismla false.
    L E. BRATHWA1TE
    I'i-uiI Vow
    To The Editor The Advocate
    SIR,The public have been
    hearing for many years that Gov-
    ernment contemplated building a
    road from Three Houses along the
    Coast to St. Andrew, in order to
    help the unemployment situation,
    now that the Harrlman Company
    .'re ban with all their equipment
    wouldn't It be advisable lo get a
    tiuotation from them for the erec-
    I
    lion of a wide road along this area
    The scheme could be carried out
    by the raising of a loan If the
    present surplus is not sufficient.
    In order to meet the Interest and
    Milking fund, a toll of a shilling
    far each vehicle and a three pence
    for each passenger passing ovei
    Ihe road could be charged, Oils
    is what Is done in many large
    countries.
    TAXI DRIVER
    Hurricane ReHrf
    The Editor, The Advocate
    SIR,-During the election cam-
    paign of IMS. I was promised the
    "L, R and the seven stars" but
    up to the present I have neither
    een or heard anything. Election
    will soon be here again.
    During the period of August 31
    and September 1st 1949. I suffer-
    ed the loss of certain household
    articles In the flooded area of Vine
    Street, which up to this present
    moment I am still unable to re-
    place.
    What has happened to our
    lives in the House of
    Assembly? I think they should
    be more ready and willing to give
    better service since they are paid
    a handsome salary What has
    happened to the "Hurricane Fund".
    as well as the Advocate Relict
    Fund?"
    RESIDENT.
    Wonhip
    The Edtlor The Adeocate,
    S1H. 1 am very glad to see a
    response given on behalf of the
    Jewish Cemetery in Synagogue
    Lane, and I make another appeal
    that the building on these ground
    become a place of worship for the
    Jews. Many of this sei
    anxious to know If this will be so.
    so kindly enlighten readers
    suBJect.
    This Is indeed holy ground, end
    could be made a place of int >rrs!
    to visitors and I hope soon to see
    the e hideous walls replaced by
    nicety carved iron rails and gates
    for privacy and respect to the
    dead, and to keep out intruders
    'They sleepthe dear dead sleep
    Hoping their loved ones' footsteps
    may softly creep
    Around their graves; Safe watch
    to keep".
    PASSER-BY
    When Svfodiny . .
    YOUR TRAVELLING REQUISITES
    SEE THAT YOU GET
    "PAKAWA"


    FRIDAY. MAY 19, 1IM
    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    Deaths On Barbados Gets Less
    The Road From Emigrants
    PAGE FIVE
    IN sriTF Or warning! anu
    prosecutions, motorists still
    continue io speed, but on the other
    band they arr Icing ceugh* daih
    - Speed Traps, mm heavv
    nms an* being imposed. At the
    '- ,. tivrdM iwo
    MM wrlendei - were r.ned 5 an.i
    3 each.
    Colonel It I Mlchnlrn. Com-
    .nlMtonei of Pi im, n M interview
    *ith the Advcle jesterday said.
    "Our Dim la not to bnnfc drivers
    THE RETURNS from .migration by which Barbados
    benefited immensely during the last five or six years are
    nov dwindling. From Curacao remittances in 1949 reach-
    ed over one million dollars but already 1950 .shows a drop
    t> $28,000 per month.
    There ore 328 Barbadian* in
    Curacao employed particularly a
    n and in other capacittc*.
    Aruba the held la not so
    and even now recent tend-
    < show a reductloi
    mplovmriH Of IlMrbadlan* ac-
    cording to the bulletin ol the
    Caribbean Commiv-ua.
    "Gradual reduction In the labour
    force has been taking place in the
    T\ Wd State-. Ui.> r.
    rut unite* in iwa uimmntfi t.>
    477.71)7^0 and this i.. showira:
    -igns of a re reduction o( the number of men.
    Since 1944 when the schenio
    started there were about 8.000
    ien sent to the United Stales
    in-, OeHTI but W Some of these went more thai,
    improve drivinit along lhe.se nai once and to date there are leas
    row roads." than 300 men inUSA.
    He said that so far four people The three million dollars does
    were killed this year as u result "ot include those amounts which latter part of 1949. In most cases
    of road accidents and the Police weir- remitted privately or brought *mployres leaving the company
    want to prevent "deaths on the back by the emigrant." have not been replaced, and. in
    road". Recent communications show addition, recruited labour is being
    He pointed out that the speea ln*1 efforts on the part of tin i.-leased as the work for which it
    traps are placed along different local Government to get a quota van hired i* finished
    roads at various time*. 'or emigration to U.S A. have not
    APH-rVRE published recently **> successful.
    in the Advocate showed a .J"16 progress Report of the
    Police Constable about to cro the Workers' Savings Branch show
    that remittances amounted to
    $3.045.98133 and that the dis-
    bursements arc as follows;
    The House Met
    In "Rum-Shops
    THE BARBADOS HOUSE OK ASSEMBLY need t<
    meet in "Rum-shops*1 in the 17th Century, Mr IjmiH I
    Hu'chinson. Librarian of the House of Assembly, told the
    Leeward Cultural Association in Speightstuwn last nighl
    Mr Hut.
    Nurses Plan
    Island-W ide
    Scheme
    9?
    Mr HutchInson was giving
    intioductlou to the H
    Assembly and during his speecn
    Midi
    It: IsVose dan the Assemhlv Ml
    not bleawii with epedgw chnm-
    Victona Bridge roadway instead
    of using the footpath.
    The Advocate was informed yes-
    terday that this Constable was not
    breakitig the Law. but on the
    other hand was enforcing the Law
    by directing pedestrians to use the
    footpaid.
    *"pHE POLICE ARE taking steps
    M. against shopkeepers who fail
    to exhibit the Shop Orders of 194t)
    which sets out the hours of duties
    for the employees with early and
    late closing days _. *iu
    So far 36 shopkeepers were .But emigration to US A ,snc.
    charged on Wednesday and II L* *Kt^m%ln,"n ^Ml Bai" ,he ""'
    yesterday with failing to exhibit bados has benefited within recent These
    these orders and what is interest- ;.""
    DISBURSED:
    RrmlUad to BWICLU 1 I.SCM

    Govvriwiirnt 1I1WII
    'Ml to H.lurnM VI <>i un-
    paid tu Wotkrr.' Allot-
    S3.SS1 14
    setm
    *';*:
    lUur The Future
    In an attempt to see into the
    future of employment, the Pre*i
    dent of one of the companies sug
    gested the following general in
    nuance* as affecting the situation
    il1 ail increased flow of oil from
    the Middle East and elsewhere
    which resulted In the building ot
    rennrrics in Europe and other
    places during and after the war.
    (2) an overbuilding in the whole
    tetroieum industry to help meet
    the huge demands for oil products
    Immediately following the war;
    (3) Canada's producing more of
    her oil supplies; (4) general in-
    creased competition all along
    DR. H. LOWER V
    Conducting
    Musical
    Examinations
    . things, the President
    mere*.- j** .Axuba an>' stated, make it likely that the
    Ing to note is that seven shop- VSS? *ve supplied work tor crude runs for 1950 will be lo*;-r
    keepers were prosecuted vesterdav P8^."" *?* 1,,hc,1? ar7? i? than the average for 1949 Su.h
    for not closing their shops ot the fi^fSfL,^" \ .J2i?nT "" occurrence may bring about '.nc
    Remittances increased steadih for ghul down of more processfag
    son* years until the total for unit., which will, in turn, require
    1949 amounted to si.447.4833'. less personnel and less maintcn
    with a small amount of this going nnce It Is hoped that a gradual
    Lucia and St Vincent. Now reduction in forces can be made
    it might be redii through the usual resignations and
    Already for the year 1950 the other terminations of employment.
    remittances for the first three II appears, he added, that this will
    months amount Ui the lid* sum not be sufneient. and additional
    or SH6HII.77 at an average of layoffs may be necessary through-
    uver s -...... ,, founth. out the year.
    ATATURK FORMED
    MODERN TURKEY
    Lecture By Mr. Risely Tucker
    TURKEY 'TODAY is a vastly different place from
    what it was in 1923. To-day it is a country which, lyintf
    geograprfcally between the east and the west, has set ils
    face towards progress alonn western lines, and is western
    in outlook from the hats worn by the people, to the eman-
    cipation of women.
    This was stated in the lecture
    lime stated under this Act.
    The Commissioner said yetter
    day that olher shopkeepers whe
    disrcgar-i thai Art will also bo 7"Ht
    prosecuted
    CRUMPTON STREET, which
    was only recently made a
    main thoroughfare, is now show-
    ing signs of wear and tear caused
    by the heavy vehicles Uttflf ab-
    road daily.
    A lorry loaded with sugar was
    turning into Crumpton Street from
    Roebuck Street on Tuesday morn-
    ing when its left rear wheel force.I
    in a part of the covering of the
    gutter, leaving a dangerous hole.
    The lorry continue^ on its way
    but a Police Constable in the dis-
    trict kept guard over the hole
    and directed other vehicles that
    were turning the corner. Soon
    after red flag wait placed over
    the spot and repairs are now
    being carried out.
    Shortly afterwards the covering
    of a manhole nt the corner of
    Crumpton Street and Constitution
    Road broke in when a lorry, also
    loaded with sugar, passed over it. .,., a.u , . ,..,,.-
    The new covering was brought given at the British Council on lllc8al- replacing It with ue
    Hie same day and Ihe corner was Wednesday night bv Mr. Risely Roman script, so that relations
    again safe to traffic. Tucker. British Cnuii-ll Represent between the Turks and Europe-
    Labourers are also doing some- tatlve in Barbados. Mr Tucker ns could be facilitated He
    thing to the centre of Crumpton told how the man who hud started brought in a land law and broke
    Street t|. Turkish War of Independence >'p tiie big estates, giving thr land
    '-pilK WEHT INDIAN Knitting in 1919 had, after becoming presi- to peasant proprietor?..
    M. Mill at Coleridge Street la still dent, introduced sweeping reforms Reform Drive
    awaiting the arrival of more ma- that hnd ttansforified his country. Maturk continuing his drive
    chinery. When this happens the He was Mustapha Kemal Ataturk, :(l reform, compelled families to
    scope or the factory will be widen- md he did this transformation in take familv names and abolished
    ed and a greater variety of mate- just 15 years.
    rials will be produced.
    When toll scale operations start, Between Last and West
    the factory will be working a 24- Mr. Tucker began by reminding
    hour day and this will mean morn his listeners that Turkey lies be-
    employment for Barbadians. tsveon the geel and the west, and
    Three new machines have re- thut one thought of Turkey as be-
    eently l-een added to the Sewing longing to the east or the west ac-
    Deperunenl and another butch of cording to the direction from
    re brauahl in which one approached it. For ex-
    STMIK MOBILE CINEMA will ample, he said, people leaving
    X give its last Show for the England and going to Turkev
    week at Chance Hall Plantation thought nf it ns an eastern coun-
    yard to-night for the benefit of the try. On the other hand, his wife
    residents of tne Chance Hall nrea and he had gone there after living
    of St Lucy. to"" lo"K time in Moslem coun-
    '-pWENTY-YEAR-OLD Living- tr^s in the Middle East, and to
    I ten Spencer of Maxwell them it seemed like going back
    Road, Christ Church, is reporter! to England.
    missing. It was slated that he left Mr Tucker after telling of the
    his grandmother's home at Glebo m_aln Koographical features of
    Land, Christ Church, to go to his Turkey went on to inform those
    home on Monday He has not present of the variety of climates
    been seen or heard of since. found there Climate ranged from
    rryHK LOSS of a quantity nf *J lbfol,u*5ly t,P'cal, onc lnA th*
    a. latches and olher fittings as
    Trji BerhBdm Rcgisteic Nui
    ing Association are planning u
    Wead-iride Vlel t Lag Nuretne
    MfMOM i.'Hludiog -in ,
    They also hope to own bsjlM-
    ing in the my with .. lutlabri
    flee and club rooms end recres-
    lion ground.
    This was revealed in the first
    annual report (the Association's
    fourteenth) since Mrs A W L
    Savage has been patroness of the
    Association
    Mr. and Mrs. Savage attended
    Dr. H. Lowery is at present the meeting.
    conducting examination* in Music The report, which
    in the West Indies He arrived in at the Annual Gene
    Barbados on Sunday. He has been Ihe Association at
    conducting the Practical Examln- Hospital last night
    ations on behalf of Trinity Collegv there Is now a total membership
    of Music in Trinidad. British Gui- of 77 nurses,
    ana and Grenada and left Barba-
    eot. on Monday Sth M foi
    whence he will be going A '*rge percentage of call
    to Brazil and then to Canada
    The Exa
    Plaving w_.
    Mav 15th. bv kind courtesv of '2 nurses to work on the staff
    Miss Louise Taylor, at her real- nuring a shortage there,
    denes. "Brynmar," 10th Avenue, Pour hundred and twenty-one
    Belleville The following are Iho 'alls were attended during the
    suits feu There his been an increase
    was presented
    :al meeting of
    the (ieneral
    showed that
    Hospiial
    A large
    continue to be received from the
    in Pianoforte '*;"'bado General Hospital, and
    held on Monday. ""* Association was able to nippl]
    i riu> or mr i aitxiNr <
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    r..ni. p Bsmeiwy. pa
    i-1 in i
    Inlrrnodli
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    ,.,!.
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    iii-n or isa.
    Ptipaf turn j
    Al Ihr Th#ur tiimintiii.n. Iirl.l at Ihr
    UrailllM CVeveal on JM DMvmbrr. IMS
    i- li>llo*lns f .\iinuM
    n riLs or Miss ri mm: m\*iu
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    i.it-. M SiiiiMi-m-. paaa
    Jytii.f 1. tini.dlri. hat ii Y Ooltln
    tmrn i Forii-. (...- m atu. tw>iu .
    KifO.n. lxt.% C l^Tnr.
    I'trwiKl. Unn- a H. IIik-K, hntu .
    Cr.^r.l.r, J Ih.ltin. HKiil A Km.
    Im>iu. P Kins. hon. V K.M..M. hon* .
    t. Himman*. n*til
    n ni or kiss iomk iiki>
    nlur H l I'lfpanUf) V lt*ilrs pao
    rrrii.- or the last link comvknt
    I'rrparalatt P BrUravr. Iwm. M
    C'tal*. paaa: J Dalton hunt. P Stnnr
    P 'OBHAM
    in the number of persons attend-
    ing the clinic at Sharon for advice.
    Thirty-eight children were ver-
    cinated and SI given rod Iteai
    Two.of the nurses of the Barbados
    Nurses' Association attended the
    Refresher Course held by the
    Trinidad and Tobago Nurses'
    Association and one nurse attend-
    ed tt> ?gM A nn IwerKary
    elebnitlons held tn British
    Guiana by Ihe Nurses' and Mld-
    rtives" Assmiation whih' he u,i.
    The Flag Day organ,-e,l l.v Mi-.-
    n Ilutson realised 1368B4. nnd
    the Prlre Drawing I05
    On Page a
    Tax-Free Holiduys
    Should Attract
    Foreign Capital
    prefer m this age to call them
    "Rum-shops" we bit welcome.
    were the mam venue |
    ings. until Sir Johnathan Atkins
    Qo*, i in 16T4
    pubhery criticised meetings i\:
    taTerni Re aiw> to4>k
    iioiity to lemmd the [.egislalure
    that he was ttul> in sympathy
    with the Owed Shepherd, esaee
    he as" Governor had no where to
    lay his head
    Sometimes the House met at
    I'liv.ite reasdeBKee Freemasons
    lodges oi at the CU-.k H..o
    Hie cost of rclreshmeni tor the
    rron tin- asictse on Uojueei
    However, about I714 It seemed
    customary for the Assembly
    1.1 ,: Pflgrinu, [he residence ol
    Governor William snai
    after difference! of epCnMfi
    l
    sembl>. a in* venue ha.l to .
    found. In 1730 when the Town
    Hall was buiU. the Aaeerahl]
    found accommodation awaiting in
    this building At its
    the Town Hall housed the judi-
    ciary, along with the Leadileture
    etkd prisoners In 1837 Ihe
    influx of lawbreakers crowded
    out the Legislature and the judt-
    dery, which were tiansferred to
    the opposite building, until the
    opening* of Glendairy FVtsoi
    allowed these Important bodns
    to resume in the Town Hall
    On the morning of 14th Febru-
    ary, lrtflo. a destructive fire tool.
    toll <>f Bridgetown claiming tlu
    I'letnisc- of John (iill
    dTUCRltl Otl the west side ol II" h
    Street, and after the fire, (end
    it was not possiHc to ivo l i
    Gill and let the lie House burn"!
    the government wisely i
    1 i d ilgur site and erei ted U
    Publli BtilMlngi in leTl
    were opened in 1874. giving Wrth
    ... m dreeenl *h**w* i l
    House of Assemblv.
    A -.1 "LI
    I-,. !,.,>,..,, M lln
    FISHY!
    well as a quantity of carpenters'
    tools to the value of $97.10, was
    reported by Reginald Wilson ol
    Chapman's Lane. He stated that
    they were removed from a house
    at Baycroft Road on Monday
    They belong to Luther Maughn
    of Collvmore Rock and to himself
    AN ACCIDENT occurred on
    Martindale's Road at about
    8.15 a.m. on Wednesday between
    motor cycle 0.163, owned and rid-
    den by Graham Uiley of Joes
    River, St Joseph, and a bicycle
    owned by the Advwate Co.. Ltd
    and ridden by Harold Cox of
    Clapham. Christ Church
    ill titles and military decoration.'
    except Ihe Medal ol the War of
    nrh. incidentally
    i- worn on the right breast ann
    net on the left.
    Mr. Tucker then describe 1
    Turkey's form of government as
    bet Of tor all practical purno'ei
    one-perts fprernrnent. The
    president is elected first to the
    National Assembly and then to
    th> Grand National Al i
    Atalurk died In 1938. and was
    hurreeded b> Prrsldrnt Inonn.
    a clever man and leas radical
    Hi his reforms than Atalurk.
    whose principal assistant he had
    been This new president mm
    described b> Mr. Tuefcer as the
    Ideal one for the Turkey of to-
    day
    Mr Tucker talked about mod-
    ern Turkey's educational system
    in which there Is complete equal-
    ity for boys and girls. Co-educa-
    tlon is practiced, and education
    is nominally compulsory and
    quite free right up to university
    level Technical schools are
    I hen being founded at the rate of two
    haw BC three year. Agncult
    went right through the Mlddl*
    East, along the north roast of
    Afrlea. how they penetrated well
    into the Balkans, and more
    than nnre laid siege to Vienna.
    Next came a story of reverses
    for the Turks; the story of the loss
    of their Empire in the first world
    Rilcv was treated at the Gen- war. and the occupation of their
    er| Hospital tor injuries and dis- country by Britain. France and
    charged. The front fender, fork Greece. But out of those
    and head lamp of the motor cycle sprang the modern Turkey,
    were damaged
    south, to the arctic'winters in Ana-
    1'ilia and towards the Black Sen.
    The speaker then gave the
    i i eenturtra ago. came over In
    various ways from Central Asia
    and captured what was
    ConstanMnoptr. He told ..
    they looked on the Crusaders industry are being d -veloi l
    lhey built up an empire that along modern I)
    . tcrrlblr barbarians and how
    THIS Ma with a strange
    lisb-shaped formation on It.
    shell wsa laid by a Rhodr
    Island hen owned by Mr..
    I V. Gllke*. "The Nook." St.
    Mr-i.l.rn Hill.
    Another Pathway
    Too
    Exp
    ensive
    Mr
    Tuckers lecture showed For
    BRIDGETOWN was gloomy yes- about 1919 strong man of Turkey.
    terdnv The temperature was Mustapha Kemal Ataturk by cour-
    82 degrees Fahrenheit in the shade and Muff raised an army, lib-
    nd
    felt
    arcely an
    During Wednesdoy and up to 6
    o'clock vesterday morning it rain-
    ed very little. St. Peter with 13
    parts recorded the heaviest rain-
    fall, while the only other parishes
    to get rain were St. Andrew with
    *lnd could be er*'*d his country and then set
    tut to re-organlsc It.
    -\taturkt
    He did a thorough reorganising
    lob, and made himself deeply
    loved and admired by his country-
    Mobilised Since IMS
    The forces of the country had
    been mobilised ever since 1939,
    Mr. Tucker told the audience
    Informing those who did ivit
    know, and reminding the others,
    that It was a British naval
    mission which years ago had
    organised the Turkish Navy. To!
    hi that the British and
    Turkish Navies have much n
    common, even the names of fix-
    tures on the ships.
    Mr. Tucker describe* the
    Turkish soldier as belnr vrr>
    tough Telling of the Turkish
    character aa he saw It, br aald
    they were a very honest people
    They were, In fact too proud Ui
    he dishonest. He said they
    were -. ir r.li.nl and frugal In
    lire, and extremely patriotlr
    but charming In their treatment
    nf any foreigners whom the>
    trusted
    Turkish women had reacted
    finely to their emancipation, said
    Mr. Tucker, and took the.r pail
    in public life without forgetting
    A pathway For pedestrians oi
    either side of the Victoria Br dg-
    would certainly make it easiei com
    fa these travellers, but anothc the p
    one now would be n more ex- strict!
    Trinidad is making a great
    riTorl le encourage foreign eapl-
    '' and so establish additional
    ndustries in the colony In fur-
    thcranre of irieir policy of In-
    dustrial development. Mr Solo-
    mon line hoy. Commissioner of
    l-l...... of that colony t..ld tin-
    "Advocate" yesterday
    Mr Hnchoy arrived on Stinduv
    by B.W.I A. tor the Labour Offi-
    cers' Conference, and is staying
    at IhO Hast ngs Hotel
    He said that In order fo give
    effect to the policy of encourag-
    ing foreign Investment, the Gov-
    ernment had enacted legislation
    to eld pioneer industries The
    chief provision < was tax-free holiday period,
    which should prove to he a great
    attraction to foreign capital. The
    manufacture of glass bottles had
    already bast) declared n pioneer
    industry.
    Trinidad offered great possibil-
    ities for development by reason
    of the ft,ct that ruel and elec-
    iricily were easily available and
    ffsda, the availability or deep-
    water harbour and inland trans
    *" portation raelllties and its geo-
    graph'cal position, which were
    great assets.
    Mr Hochov said that living
    conditions In Trinidad still con-
    tinued to be subject to external
    forces over which the colony
    had n control. In common with
    i i British West Indian
    territories.
    The reduced value of the pound
    and restrictions on dollar spend-
    ing had tended t< make living
    conditions, [lerhaps, n little more
    difficult There was still heavy
    pressure In so far as housing ac-
    latlon was concerned, but
    itviirions of the Rent Re-
    Qrdlnanre have tended
    Tet*hnii]ue For
    W.I. Cost Of Li\ing
    Static, ties
    MR .M.I .AN |. MORA1S, Sci
    Assistant Statistician or the Cen-
    tral Bureau of Statistics. Jernalca,
    Is now In Barbados discussing with
    the ofllecrs attending the Lnltour
    Conference, the estswlsronaarl or
    a standard raehntque In the com-
    pOatlOn of presentation end inter-
    pretation or cost or living on re-
    tail pi ice indue* in the West In-
    dies
    Mr Morals arrived on Mmul.v
    evening bv B W I A. and Is stay-
    ing at the Hastings Hotel
    Method*
    He said that he had already dis-
    cussed With the members of the
    detegetlon, ihe methods M
    ating in their various terutories
    in that connection
    n outlined In detailed
    discussions and mommendtaUoru
    would ba handed down to the
    Conference on Ihe extent of change
    if any. that might he desirable.
    Mr. Morals recently returned
    from England where hr was the
    Jamaica's representative at the
    London Conference of Colonial
    aoverrunent statisticians held i>e-
    tween March 15 and 31
    SPffD/NG FINED
    Two persons were fined bv His
    Worship Mr. H. A. Talma yester-
    day for speeding on the Mreel
    The% Mere Cecil Clement .>r Bank
    Hall and Deele Lynch of Wavell
    Avenue. Black Rock
    | lit was ordered to pay Kt
    to be paid by monthly instalments
    of LI. or in default two months'
    imprisonment and Lynch 3 by
    monthly instalments or two
    months' imprisonment
    Clement euimnitted his offence
    while driving Hie motor van M
    312 on April SB, and Lynch while
    driving the motor van M 1283 on
    March 15.
    pan re effelr than lh.- one |u*t lo curb inflations In rental levels.
    constructed In view of the pos- Agreement
    mI.Ic i.tonstiurlini of the bridge ||P ^,i(j lha, aft W(tok f
    however, this was a matter that negotiates, the Oilfields Em-
    would necessitate the careful plyv Association (.- th.. no
    consideration of Government be- field* Workers' links
    fore granting the necessary mo- ,, Wednesday last
    All Ready For Rain
    I-KIH-Sl H1ANS ,n -he i i'.v gvaa hand
    were yesterday equipped with Cyclists carried coats over the
    i COBls. t>ut there were no handles of their vehicles, while
    hard showers in this area Several passengers gelling on and off the
    ten with plastic buses were also prepared for any
    coats or head lie* of the same ma- showers About midday a few
    tenal which were placed either in light showers fell in the city area
    thetr baskets or carried over the but were soon finished.
    the Director of Highw..t-
    and Transport told the "Advo-
    cate" yesterday.
    He said that he did consider
    . -nlf.iide.l
    week, an
    agreement to take the place of
    one ui'' expired. The details had
    not yet leen released, but tor-
    I ratification of the agreement
    Ataturk decided that his coun-
    two partVand St John four parts, try must become n western
    AS PART OF their monthly pro- country, and that it must prog-
    gramme, there will be a Film res*. He decided thut Turkey
    Show at the Y.M.C.A. to-night, "hould forget all thoughts < f
    From 4 lo 4.30 there will be a Gym empire, and develop the home-
    Class while the Barbados Table land. He abolished the Sultanate
    Tennis Association Competition and himself refused the crown; the art of being charming
    will take place from 0.30 to 8.15 but he became the first preside.,t their homes Because of that.
    p-jl of the Turkish Republic. He broke there was no militant feminism
    ___ _. .. the grip of the Moslem Heligio i in Turkey.
    npilF. Y.M.t.A. are now making on ,he govPrnm<.nl (lf |hc (.uil. Mi. Tucker said that the Bnt-
    X preparations to begin their lry am| made Turkev Inte Council estabbshment in
    Annual Championship 'ou"- state, safeguarding, however, the Ankara Wal a large one. There
    ments of Billiards. Snooker. Table jr^io,,, 0f religion nmtded th..*. were during his time, over 20
    Tennis. DraugnTi Dominoes, Lawn 1htm WM no altempl bv an> London appoinked officers and
    over 50 Council employees alto-
    gether. The budget in 1944 eras
    300.000.
    Tennis and Chess. ___. ... religion to proselytise or inter-
    Members entering these tourne- fprc ,n (h(, govmim,.,
    ments ore required to register
    their names before Saturday.
    fEAN MORRIS of Castle Grant
    was bitten by a dog yesterday
    Atatarfc. in addition, broushl
    In many reform* aimed al
    breaking traditions which would
    evening at about" 510 While in the hln"" development along w~it-
    Caslle Grant area. She was later *n IUw* such referSMh*-
    treated by Dr. Johnson. PJwVO of Huded the abolition or religious
    St. Joseph, and discharged. schools and religious courts:
    TWO BICYCLES were involved making lllrgal Ihe wearing of
    In an accident on Groves the fei or turban and In-lslln?
    Road. St John at about 7 o'clock that western hats be worn;
    last night One was ridden bv Introduction ot the International
    iraham of Sealv Hill. Si calendar .mrt clock; the abol.
    John, and the other bv Neville "on of polvfarm: introduction
    Harris, also of St. John of a elvil rode .long the lim-'
    The back wheel of Graham's of the Si < ode
    bicycle and the front wheel of The i-i
    Harris' were damaged. Graham i"
    was slightly Injured on her right cipat
    hand and face. ">e use nl riling
    What's on Today
    Court e.f Ordinary at 11.00
    ilson
    i in
    Ii.oti.jil ji Queen's Park al
    5ue p.m
    Mobile Cinrma. Chanre llsll
    Plantation Yard -*t l.u
    si 7.30 pm.
    I'.lor Band Concert at
    Hsslmcs Rocks at SCO
    the euet.ai of ., ''le.e.' (....% v. W .1 | - ..k.- 1,1 gfl Tim I
    Here" Flgn from the Public day May 25.
    Works entrance to the present The oil industry employed in
    pathway a necessity, and that the vicinity of 15.000 worker-
    this would definitely he done ind tnr. oilfield Workers Trade
    Immediately after the putting Union had been the recognised
    up Of other signs in the City, full bargaining body oT these work-
    attention, he said, would be giv- era from the lime of the incep-
    on to crossing' signs tor p.- tlon of the trade union move-
    destnans wherever they were mm{ ln the polony.
    in-, i-sii -
    The Director said that the
    erection of "Road Direction'*
    signs about the Island had now
    greatly improved on account of
    the availability of the necesaary
    material. The extension of "Ma-
    jor Road" signs was a recognised
    necessity too, he considered, and Dorseeri
    an effort was now being n -de Hasting
    to devise a cheaper sign than
    that at present in use.
    Work In Hand
    Asked about the annual Road
    Construction Programme, he sai'
    that the work was in hand, and
    in mme places had already start
    ed. As regards the Harmon-
    Hall bend to which attention ha
    but recently U-cn drawn In the
    House of Asseanbt*! he said that
    estimates had been su>g
    Government, and their decision
    was now being awaited.
    Referring to the new but
    Und. 'he Dire I
    te be working quite sat-
    I a< there had been
    complaints from any quarter.
    I he said that he reou t
    like to express his at |
    of the efforts being mac
    various authorities It
    25 VEAKN AOU.
    \.|... ..i. May . 19251.
    On Friday last a Ore broke oul
    at Beken PleataUon, st peter,
    belonging to Mr I <. Pllgrlra
    destroying 1.1 .nn if I
    and seven acTei 01 iTaSUft
    crop eanrs, 14 acie .: r.. .-1 In h,
    two cattle pens, two canu top
    heaps and nine acres of sour grass;
    re then spread towards
    Hayman's and devoured four and
    a half acres of trashed insured
    young canoe and 35 acres of sour
    grass belonging to Mr i b U
    Packer, and froo. tin- I M
    touched Bayfleld and destroye two and a half acres of first crop
    canes and one acre of sour grass
    belonging to Mr W A. Kirlon
    Poliee Band At
    Rocks Tonight
    The Comic Opera "The Mikado"
    ill be included in the Police Band
    takes place at
    Rocks at 8 o'dOl k U>
    ight
    The programme is an follows
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    All atcW. All IVHdrf. neat Proof CabioeU; Heavilr
    rulca Hardware.
    Prc.lt.ld PrefKMMIr HermfUcall! Sealed IMaV Laraa Caaaclty
    PRESTADORS'
    CreaaaUn aad Meal Keeper.
    IN STOCK:
    4.89 cu.ft. and 7.7 eu.ft
    WITH A FIVE (5) YEAR GUARANTEE


    iKimv MAV 19. 1*50
    l:\Uli\lm~ .UWOOXTI'
    fAGE si w N
    CLASSIFIED ADS.
    IN MEMORLAM
    i m isma\
    lam itat
    .".. .-j tV
    n-bered b. Villa Wll-
    r*. Seymour Small.
    FOR SALE
    AUTOMOTIVt
    t Bv Deluar
    Ai.pi> We. ley Beyle*
    good
    end i
    etTv. I
    : "..... M.i Model
    Her 111 i> overhauled
    Apply' Ton Uelagi
    FOR RKIVT
    HOUE
    AVAIU1U uVaJaTOIATELT-A
    good PuMneaa BMd With at wlUuyal
    "W". miHiMi tsr Drr Ooode. at*
    "i* of
    railed B.Li. Hout*
    ireel. Apply ImmMuu',1
    DU1 MM. after Koui 4IM
    ft ft -lln
    """ Lounge. Dining Mourn, lem fully
    Hied Toiler and ahearra. Iso MM
    "'"" Oarage Available from J.
    In Unlurnlohed an tu mo__
    yearly teeer Apply RALPH A MAUD.
    Hardwood Alley Phone 44 or Seas
    Iff SO3i
    .,il.
    CAK ci.-spatial Dthar. Plymo.itl
    Car IMI Apply OMBtopoUtan Ghui
    Magaiine Lane. Dial 391S
    DIAL MIS II ft. SO 3:
    B. Udghill 4330
    JO M !'..:,-.
    mar dnren A
    it ftlM after i
    IB St T I
    CAR On* ID Plull Drive Dodge
    equipped with radio and new tyrei
    Car in perfect condition Good aa new
    Apply O Itarw Rrad. C <> C, nedlai
    Bank of Conmmt. ll.B.fte4>
    ENGINEMolar Cycle engine. Tyro*
    k parta Apply to R Whitehall C/o
    1 P. Muaaon'. Warehouer or Chata
    M If S SBto
    MOTOR HV KIT u,* >|, BIA.
    molor byke apply H Rock. H Ji
    Jonea ft r*n.. i,m. Phono Wll
    Hi itI
    VAN-V-I Ford Van Pick-up In good
    vndiliun and in warning order. 4 w*
    I* re., reeinnable price Apply C Ban
    meter. Slot. Hill, St. Jama.. 19 J 141 Jn
    ELECTRICAL^
    ELECTRICAL WIRE and Biunfa/o*4
    tnpla '2" ,w,n- T "m '"fie. Vf
    Iwtn. IMS irlpla, j 03B twin C.T *
    7 Oft.. 7 Oil. I/***, T.'Btt. and 1 Off* VI I.
    alto iwll.-nc* receptacle, and other Item.
    Enquire Auto Tyre Company. Trafalgar
    Street. Phone MM 10S.90.11 n
    LIVESTOCK
    POIIR SMALL
    trurki and harncx.
    cla Si. George
    mi i >i. two mule
    Apply 33M. Pron-
    II S.SB3n
    HORSE_Jfair bred 3 yr Old "Bh
    Diamond- by O.T.C. out of Call Girl.
    Apply J. II am. Watrrrord. St Mich.
    I*AllBm*-Pura Brad Flemleh Oler,
    Rabbit. Apply G L Harford, No
    lit Jarnea 17 II
    POULTRY
    VOUNO TURKEYSHalfkrad Breetae
    Phone MB Mr* Maloney. Maxwell
    II ft SB1H
    DUCRXINGS-lOday.old. Apply O L.
    Harford, Nera-aed SI Jftnee
    IT B S*-tn
    MlgCaiANEOUS
    ANTIOUXB of RWT deetjlpUon
    filaae. CMm, oM Jewel., fa* tkw
    Watercelouri Early booh*. Map*. Aulo-
    grapha. aw m Qi ninsai Antlquo Stnop,
    DouUbI BaMU VaMUGMil
    SILVER WATERS' RlK-at S
    m IM Juna. IBM Coniainitia Dr.
    Dlmn< Room. kMnwlH
    iiimna walai. Garaac. I la>i
    with T..|l*t ft Bath. Apply t
    John Baokla*. 44CI i
    Pl'RNISHED WHITE COTTAOEBt
    Jjma* Apply M. I m Grc-nid*.
    Whirr rotUfr Si J.m..
    If 1 SO-*
    ^AT1-ully turpiahed. Unan CUI
    l*ty. ail modern ronymianN*. 1ft mlnulf
    walk from CluW and CtlyOlfti 4103
    PLATS- Throo Hi unfumldtad Plan
    al Ah*.*aUia. Day roll* Road r*, JTT
    i-<-.ilar. Dial E C Tiald US'.
    PLAT:
    runnins
    partlcuUn Dial
    4 N~l I
    GRAIND VIEW Go.mimut I
    monlh.. July to QcWbar. Appt
    _____ SB___-In
    HOLl.ArfTHlE T* ml!* I(,|| -n,
    laric nrawlna tmm. I badraorni. Din.
    in iroom. RnrakfaM mom. W C ft R|h
    karca Oaraaa. row I Houtc in v.rd, alia.
    Sarvant* ouf otRcaa For paM^uktr.
    PPly Hr. Harry rord.. n* dm..
    _____ if i to
    I'l Ml II -.HIS
    I liana baan l. niivionn of Po4i<(< u. *i\ .a a-anaM)
    "'" tod May ai Capital rtutMm
    l<1 lllftllg a S e'rtack Thra* .!
    Btand-paaU. Una li ium iMoum Hun
    Raali. flfty ana.. ifl pMCM af cowai
    Hnsa. U Cwponlar Saw, and *..
    o-i-r Ifama of inl*lo>f UARCY A
    SCOTT. Covt Auctlonaor
    II B to-to
    REAL ESTATE
    on l. -,J.- Ursa dtaa,'
    roonta, i..i>". iiuri
    kifcnati a>id mmh. ruo<
    Cpaiaar*. j wnUu...
    laI an-l bait.
    Tkpra i a .mall U tfta tiouaa. aa *ni aa >pacioiii oaca tan
    with i.n>* and fruil traaa ),uuilaa.
    IfSSft, LftlSB aarad* anu HIUIIW.
    Elactiu- .1,1.. aiar .o.i ...... ,
    aiailaa tnivuBIHtui Inaprction by ap-
    BOinimant aim Mi* .i>, ine o*n*
    l.irpnena UU
    By pumic aurlion on Friday tha Iftu.
    May, o, al i pm at tna wnce f in.
    unotiiiaiwU lium whom lurui-r Sar-
    nculan and condlllotM of obtained
    R- S. Miinill.s ft (TO .
    IS1 ft IU Moavuca
    >
    1.WWOOD. flockley Naw Rowl. f-
    i-l Juno Foa Particular. apply
    Carrlnaton ft SMdv ^
    LITTLE HAMILTON Si I IITffdl
    r-Lfirniahad 1 bodrootni ate N Itnai
    Ap,4y *d MtM Baylay. Marathon. SI
    MALTA. Catlla Waah. for lha month
    { *un*. *Dp,' ** I Waalharhaad
    laxaraira (Toaaf. Phona am
    17 5 SOIn
    niPIJrv.Oe*.RCA Murwaii c
    Two Bad room a, all modain convn.irnoat
    luriudlnar rafrlarmtora, for Juna ft July
    and from October onPhone mi)
    II .
    nrsTAwiLE. Oibb. Beach, st Petet.
    Modem Bunsalow fully furniihed 3
    badrooma. July OelobacNovrmbrr
    rombe. Apply W*-ley Baylay PI
    camber Apply w.,.,., Bayl,.y. Phejna
    "> I ''.--. ?.
    ITH1 U NOTICES
    Illl Bl'OAR INDIITBIAL ac.ri. t I.
    Tt'BAL BANK ACT, IftU
    Ta tba awifaari kaMUr aBaelaiir 1^
    aeaiail UBOVE FUr.uUaa. SL Philip
    Take Notice thai we, the ownan of the
    FLOUR BAGS- Opened and naahed
    -*-' m marki Uken aejl Avply K
    It Hudb ft Co., Ltd. over B.ta Shne
    Follow the Rat ft Mice Campatan It
    haa now become a national duly lo
    deetroy the.* oeata. U*e "KILL-EM
    OFT. ThU bait I* made lo one of
    the formulae of the Mtiilafry of Pood.
    and ii the reauh. of reaearch work by
    ehcmlaU capeclally appointed by the
    Government In an attempt lo aolve thli
    prnBIi.
    "KILLIMorr- will be round, 'f u-ed
    yrwperly. a certain killer. II la EASY
    TO H.UNDI.F SlklPLF. TO OPERATE-
    and FATAL TO RATS ft MICE Price
    Rat Bait it Mi.r Ball 1 Obtainable
    al KNIGHTS LTD II IV In
    1'IIT ilm
    S Inch dlarn*
    fee Ltd.
    i 1'ipe IB ftaal lone with
    Dial MO, Purity Baker
    1J.8S0 -Tn.
    STOVE On.
    atove and on
    iher lurii,....
    uriier perrerllon oil
    -' order. For fur-
    I 2344
    19S.BBn
    TINS A quanllty of empty Una for
    hatchini planta or houaehold purpoaaa.
    Dial 30B3 .P,irlly Bakerlea Ltd
    lXSJft.-7h-
    WA1VTED
    HELP
    YOUNG 1ADY PEEKING EMPLOY-
    MENT M Stano-typut Secondary Edu-
    cation, ahoithand !0 word* per minute,
    wide knowledge I typewrltlns Reply
    1.. K n B s Luey'a Po-l O.Tlce
    II B SO In
    CAPABLE. XPERiriNCKD. Ed ue a led
    per^n for ofTre Apply by letterIn
    flrat Initanret -crabank. Wnrthml
    it I StV-3n
    A JUNIOR CLERK
    Apply by letter and li
    C H. KINCH CO LI
    MISCELLANEOUS
    JOI lt\AI ISM
    THE ADVOCATE baa tw
    In iu Editorial Department
    One U for a UMhi youm
    ln( School neit lerm and
    make >ournaiiam a career.
    Tb other hi for a highly educated
    man of oulatan^lng Intelligence
    ability lo write Kngllah. The aa
    nflered In both cbbh are
    aa can be obtained In BARBADOS
    today
    So far lettera ol application h
    diaappMntln and lb* Editor
    looking for the right men (or the two
    jobe. Write giving full detatla to 11
    rditor. The Advocate M Broad M
    1I1H-I f I
    LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
    The application of Katuieth Haynri
    holder of Liquor Uceraw No fteO
    IB&O granted to William Burrowea
    r t-ci of a wooden building al *4M_..
    Df Weetbury ft Wettbury New Redd*
    P: Michael for permnaton to uae tU4
    Liquee Ltcenaa at aald premier. Weft.
    bury Rd. Si Michael
    D.ted thu ITth day of May. ItBfl.
    To E A McLeod Eeq .
    Police Magixrate.
    Dirt. "A-
    fUgned GODFREY FORDS.
    .. . '* *BPlewn'
    N n -Thi. application will be top.
    idered al a Licenalng Court to few head
    at Police Court. Dkrtrtct "A", on Ttaaa.
    " ' lh day of May IfdO a
    clock. I
    A MCLEOD
    Police MaglMrai*. DM -,
    If I SB In
    bove Ael asalnri tha aald Plantation'
    ipeii of the Agrlcullurel
    money haa been borrowed
    Aancultural Akfta Act IftOO. oe the above
    I B. Rof> In ami.
    Managing Director
    THE "i'N1 ivni-awtiAl. AftUCl'L
    Tl'BAL BANK AIT, letl
    TO the Creditor, haldlni aperlally n. .,<
    Aaalaet EVERTON FLANTATION.
    TAKE NOTICE' that I F II E Doug
    U. Truetee of the Eaate of F. H A
    I'm,: ...
    We will M| up for Sale at public com-
    petition at our OfRce No 17 Kian ftnaat.
    M itSo"1. ?'L'"a"' '" *th ' *
    ALL THAT two .toned Wall BulldlM
    .tend n on haU ,*> Aer. of Und at
    riagitaff R..ad. Clapham
    The Building cumpriaea On tha
    Ground Floor- Shoe and Baberv On
    ihe nrat floor- 1 ne.lixi.n-. f. a-
    [; Jl*fn ' Bill, on tha peemiam.
    For furlher partlcuUn and CondlUbna
    sale, apoiv t the underaigned
    COTTLE. CATPORD ft CO
    lSftft-gn
    ftf
    iltoe.
    abeul Id obtain a
    It* the pm via Inn.
    telnet Ihe aald Plantation.
    the Agricultural year
    Ihe above A
    1C60 lo IBS
    No money baa been borrowed un4
    ne Aarlcullurai Aid. Art, IftOS. or I
    MPg Ae (M Ihe rate may bei
    laeant of auch year.
    Dated thu llth day af May. 1*j4I
    P. '! I DOUGIAS.
    Trujtee
    II S sa-fta
    ftTE al'HAR INBLSTRIAL AOBtCL'L-
    Tl'BAL BANK ACT. 1*43
    a Ibe Creditor, fealdiai peelally Lleai
    Aiala.l 1 IT II I flpA n.ANTATION.
    hi leeepb
    TAKE NOTftUB thai I, ihe Owner of
    Ihe above Plantation am about to obtain
    loan of EBtt.undrr the provtelon. ol
    he above Art agaan-t the aald PMntoiion
    n reaped of ihe Agricultural yeat
    iftM to ISftl
    Ha mooar naa been borrowed under thi
    Aapieiritiaral Aid. Arf. IftOS. or v .
    .bove Act ( the raw may bei u
    reapaot of each year
    Dated thl. lTUi day o( May. 1PM
    L. E SMITH.
    Owner
    17 ft tofa
    THI AORICl LTChAt aIBS ACT. ...
    r. Ihe Creditor, belflaf llerrlellr LI.a.
    Afalaal BAOATBbLC PLANTATION.
    ft, Thebata
    TAKE NOTICH thfti at the owne.. of
    he above named plantation, am about
    a obtain a loan of /.MOO under Ihe
    provlelorui of the above Act. aawlnal th-
    .gar. Molaaaa. and other crop* of th.
    id plantation to be reaped In IMI
    No money hat yet been bort
    laintt lha aald crop.
    Deled thl. ITth day of May. 1*W
    C. E TBYHANT-. teal
    Owner
    gdaa*
    par R E
    '"
    REMOVAL
    Cralg'a Garega bat been ram
    from lit RaeBuch Blreat lo opp
    the Roebuck Moravian Church.
    II ft both
    NOTICE
    WANTED BT THE PABISH OF
    - r hit
    A Certificated, ekperlenced Audi*
    far tha auditing of the Parochial /
    eoufltt of Ihe pariah, at an anni
    alary of CIS
    Appllcatiora will be received by 1
    under.lgned up lo Ihe h Inat. O
    DEANE, Veatry Clerk. St. Lucy
    113 ft-
    LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
    The application of Charle. O Yet
    wood holder of Liquor Ucenae No. 1
    pf IfdO granted to lanlhe Rock in I
    (pert of a beard ft .heigle ahop attached
    lo reUdence at Bftatert M Eft. Mich- *
    for permuaaon to ute tald IJeenae
    a wall building attached to rmldei
    at Park Road. Buah Hall, St Michael
    Detail thl. ITth day of May. 1SV.
    m
    Police Magi .irate.
    SUjnad CHAS G
    H B Thla
    EARWOOD
    ASHfJ
    application will be
    LWenHlng Court to b
    at Police Court. Deatrict "A' on .T
    gay the Mth day of May Itfto a1
    deck, a m
    E A MCLEOD
    Police Maginrate. Dial -
    REAL ESTATE- I w.ii offer far Mte by
    Public Competition at my enVe Vieton.
    el on Friday IMh at I p,m
    1 The maneaaa pf Bwellina heu_-
    Hleheel llo.ue containa dr.w.na din
    ' . ?","-,,ftu " o" Office, eleel.1.-
    iched "wr ^^u '"*
    *2T SS S '^oouU^Jd
    toeroed and ahinailed houae and eui
    ofTH-e- etandlr.g ihe/con llouer
    drawing, dining. 4 bedrooi
    With GalvankW Iran Pahn_
    apartlon. condlUona and terma of aale
    apply R AJfCHBR MC KJEtZUa. \ .let i.
    ei>claaed
    The
    I M
    TaBMU*
    .ovtn\>ii\i \OlMl
    IIOl'SKl RAI-T CBNffftB, B\V BTBKCT
    TTte following projjt.imme o.' Day and Evening Clajuar. wll) open
    at Uv? Kouaex.aii CmmN, Ba> Sirtvt. fi.-Ni Monday .th May to
    Friday 4th Aufust. IffwO
    10 00 im li 00 noon. Caf and pattry maRlng
    Slrnple draat rutting] and tawing.
    1 00 pm 4.00 pmADVANCED drfasmsliing
    4 pm- f M pmTarty Dlthf-t and lib)* Isving
    TtUc Mshln*
    10.00 a.m.12 00 ncmnAdvsnrPd cska icing
    jrmentarv Drceamaklng
    2 00 pm 4 00 pmSalads and ivy*rt.
    4 30 pm 30 pm Vukr and pastry making
    Advsnctd pattprn Dtsftlng
    It.to am13 00 noonOirli* fim Cookary Courta
    Morn* Nursing
    J 00 pm 4 00 pmVariety Di.ha-
    Simpla Diraarnakliig
    4. St pm I 30 pm*-rlbbaan Cookr>
    AtWancad Draaamaking
    10 00 am I? 00 noonAdvanced Cooker\- nnd table laving
    2.00 p.m. 4 00 p m.But It-ring
    Advanced Handicrafts.
    4 SO pm 6 SO pm -iTivktall Snacks.
    Mandicraltf.
    Tksroaky
    r.m.iv
    10.00 a.m.12.00 nonna
    2.00 p.m. 4 00 p.m.Cl
    4 30 pm t 30 |. in -Si
    _. public competition, al our
    High Slreet, Brhf^etuwn. en Ptiday (he
    ftth day ol May Ifff, at t p m
    The detirable Ireahold d.el. ,,, he*.**
    called COLLUI. aituale at p.-t OHIce
    Gap. Worthing
    The dwelling houae cuenprlack Van-
    tah en 1 aadea. fi.aini ft >n.. .. roonia.
    J Hedioom.. Kitchen Toilet and Bath
    landing on 4 IT* aqu.i. feel of land.
    In.peciioii i.\ery day ekrept Sunday
    on appllralion lo Mr R R Farmed nV,
    premlaea Dial 1313 F(l| 'u,iher *.*-
    Uculara and condltrana o( aale appl, ip
    COTTLE. CATPORD ft CO
    If S SfwHei
    CHURCH!I_L"-luale .1 Maiarala
    Coa.t. ChrUI Church, .landing on fJSfl
    re reel of l/.nd. with 11 f^) ,^M &
    to Ihe aea. 3D yard. dletit<
    ',' hTu '"In. frawing-dlning
    JtiTT oedr,m. and kitchen, pll
    . built-in ciphoard. and wardroeaa,
    .-.-ndah. .mall hall and the .( ,Sc*T
    t"* y.rd "nm'"'' room " "
    _.JEdft>fttS on application to the under.
    ned. from whom fu.lhe, paMiclar.
    and eondltiona of aale may be obtained
    -a7*a*SS f^**-"*1 "" * aet up for
    atle at pubic auction al our office, 151 ft
    151 Roebuck Street. Bridgetown, on PTl-
    laytaa_fla May. IftM. at IM pm. Tale.
    Btjfaat gag
    R t. NICHOLLS ft CO,
    Ballfttlora,
    10." "
    MK1iMF:m|AM Pin* Hill eliding m
    ..1-proaii.taiely IS arree of land 4 fced-
    i". Beth and W C Dining. I*., ,,..
    llr-af.el Hooma, large- Sailing K.in
    RgB, Itmiry and Store Rnom.
    r.nta Room*. Garage. Stable. Fowl
    ea Phane Mr. D 1. Johneat C t
    A Clark "Hyde" Si lawrenre
    Telephone nan aan-ii n
    ONE LARGE HOUSE and Aperlnienl
    on ihe aaa BL Lawrana*. fully furaiehed
    Dial ftSfti is 4 to--1 f n
    VVt o/ptr Two Et**ntialt *
    to the Housewife S
    50 lbs. Choice New Crop
    Potatoes for $400,
    along with
    5-lb. Tins Auitralian
    Cookinic Butter for 13.W.
    HAROLD PROVERBS A
    CO., LIMITED.
    >k-eV>V%rieVVe>^Xa FOR SALE
    At Wlldey PlanUtlon tha
    20 ins x 30 Ins. Mlllinu Plain
    complete with engine O ins.
    X 80 Ids., and aU steel gear-
    ing. Three Cameron Pumps.
    Evaporator, t w o Afplnal
    Pan*, 8 ins. x 12 Ins.. Co- .
    Ionia! Hor. Engine, two Filter i
    Presses and Monte; ue, 3
    i-l.inJiers. 7ft.tin. dia x
    12fttin. Multitubular Boil-
    er, all fteam and water
    pipings and fittings.
    Apply to The Manager
    nple Handle Tufts
    t* and Pattry Making
    iadt and Desserts
    nple Dressmaking.
    Registration for all classes mutt be made fn pertnu. and will take
    place at the Housecraft Centre between 10 00 bJB, and 12 00 ihkmi,
    and between 2 00 pm and 5.00 pm, ,,n Tneadnv 2Irtl. Thuradav 2Sth.
    and Friday 26th May, IMt Fee-, rnuft bfl pg rj t mil u <-,- for tha
    Term, at the time of registering
    5/- for each course In Sewing. Advanced Paltefn Drafting, Home
    Nursing, Rugmaking and H.indicrsf;<
    10'- for each course in Hatlent. and Girls' First Cookery Course
    I2'6 for each course in Cake and Pastry Making, Cake Icing.
    Variety and Tasty Dishes, Caribbean Cookery and Salads and Dessert*
    !/ will be refunded at the end of the Term lo all studenli who
    attend 73* of their classes
    Department of Education,
    15th May. 1B50 19 5 50 3n
    RKKT.s ( M >;
    ( heiprnde
    To-morrtut'* Special :
    ( fJOel MDI HOT 1MM
    It I Kl AM
    rm
    ixixsauiv coilro>
    or mr wrsr immtj
    DCrA.TMFVT OF
    imiMIMl WHAT ra . .
    \ki m 11 < tiki: ?
    llllMlr.tv.1
    A CM .1 lx MM.I,
    By
    v m i'ii nowi.
    A.ai.a a
    On
    1IMIH1'
    At
    Tin Buii.iiii. UIMUM
    Al
    Mid I'M
    Fr It Can. I .1M
    lxl-Mur.l St.ulrtiU
    A<- Mr
    Klnfk* Lrrtur. I IS*.
    JOHN M. BLADON
    A.P.S. t.\ \
    (i-'ornierly Dixon & Rladan)
    IK.-CANADAl.s ..^ENKZUBLA
    Brfiire buvlnx exsmllir our extennlve llsta of high rlaae
    Property and Land touted in all areas
    rhmir t-.lii
    l 1 i .ii,,ii Rullding
    Bt> Wise.....\DVERTISE
    St
    \ l'NI\f.M4in I Hi I BQI ^1
    { Of THF WfSI IMMfs \\
    S nri'MiTMrNT OV ^
    ; r.\IK\Xln\l IfUMfel W\
    I 51
    ^ sWGLAND UNDER
    S THE STVARTS . .
    | A CBairse ot Six Weekly
    LrctBrr*
    University College of the West Indies.
    APPLICATIONS are invited for the raasj of I^elurer or Senior
    Lecturer in the Department of II .mat: Anatomy. The salar> ftjogflfji
    are 700 X 50 to 900 for :t Lwiaef and 900 v 50 tn 1" 1.500,
    for a Senior Lecturer, with an erricleVv bar a! 1.200 Point f i-nti \ '
    In the scale li determined by quallfleatlons ol the applicant. Cost of j
    living allowance is paid of 40 80 for single persons and or 90-
    100 for married men. amount depending on salary. Child nllowanee
    Is 70 per child to a maximum of 210 Superannuation is under
    F.S 8.U. arrangements Unfurnlsi'-'l aecommodalbm Ik available
    at rent not exeeedlng 10% of salar> Duties should l*egm not later
    than October 1950. Applications (twelve copies), with full partlcu- '<
    i and the names of three referee* should lie nvcived In-fore June.
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    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    FRIDAV, MAY 1, 1M0
    I
    W.L 379-2 InReply To Cambridge 594^-4
    Christian* And Weekes
    Score Centuries
    < wnticiiu.i May 18.
    .Mi: fumhridizr l'niver.it\ hud brought their Iff!
    iniiinuo rurv iniuim; the West Indie* tu 5M for fmii
    before ilii I-.nii_ Mday, the tourists replied uilh 37H fi
    tW "irkrts before (he close. They wrrc then 215 behi !
    Cambridge's score was the second highest ever ram
    ed again*! West Indies team in Knjtland. the blgM
    M lor eight declared bv Oxford Harlequins attains
    ltd bv K K Nuncsin l28
    Strong driving Stevenson. wh<
    ami Mj> share*
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    PH I Th.-
    rnw I'ur 1
    Mr Reed. Director of Education.
    gave an adereu on Psychology
    itim and Education. He said that he
    Th had chosen that subject because
    'is he felt it was of as much import-
    the Nursing profession,**
    Kiiton>"ni utiinm. 2 > v m Tiw was to the teaching profession
    *>jtoin. II. was as imuor.an'. (or Hwi to
    hell pati.-r.'
    bi the) behaved
    **. lljin, maMa thsn did M It M I tor ti
    und.i
    lausjM
    Dr. Grannu-n, chairman of 'h>
    they could help the association to
    carry out its work.
    During the past year, he said,
    ; tuffered a gxeal loss in
    the dealh ol Sir John Huison. He
    had not only done much lor Bar-
    bados n Public life, culture and
    sports, but he had given Invalu-
    \.nee to their association.
    that t \ i- of irt-rson who
    ui i,..- ssdab i('place.
    hmitd .....iIi.im- to strive
    h Ideal* It was only by
    af'av the highest and the
    i M hope to sue-
    Spartan
    Defeat
    Rovers
    Spartan dsfeflarti Rovers by the odd goul In three
    ofton ysstsjrday i ran n|
    to retain their lead tn the Firs*.
    [>ivision Football Hue up.
    The game was fairly fast
    throughout. The Spartan for-
    wards combined lietter and theii
    offered a stubborn re-
    l turns Thy nisi
    kept Of Hovers players wel
    marked and their long
    I accurate
    in an imiimi-.' i\i stand of 84
    laas than mi hour for ('ainbud-,*
    Tin tourists got a w.eket with
    the tenth ball of the day. left-
    ii itimmel edging a catch to
    . \. BNMtHki But May and
    i maintained an average
    -ii.ring rale of uhout BO runs an
    hour and added 84 in tlfty Avc
    minutes Stevenson hit nine fours
    ix of which were scored in hi*
    first 27 runs.
    Of 145 overs howled by th.
    tourists, only 13 were maidens
    red
    nut.. "Shaken before
    perdu, ed by Nurse Sym-
    ids. wa* i.aged after Mr.
    H am I humour
    I Qm actOn played their
    . fa V..-1I
    W.I. Battine
    Warr and Waitt bowled at l
    pSHN when the West Indies went
    in. and both Christian! am! Stoll-
    meyer enjoyed an early escape
    pa>sinii Stollmeycr. who took lwent>
    minutes to open his score, had
    when he
    slip off Wuitl
    riii- Paik team should hav made only two
    many more i;nal but dropped at first
    Oil Hull Wt v ing failed und thrtsliani,
    'MjHUtuiii- iiti-rprising. saw May in the gui-
    ii< when lie am unmarintt ly miss a chest high catch off
    i | tew oppor- Warr when he was lit Mad th-
    catches been held two WtfikWl
    "*-"*" would have been down fot 2>
    First Half The batsmen afterwards display-
    Spartan ssorad Ihall two goals ed care, and Stollmeyer, timing
    "i tbfl I'M ball Tn. first was the ball badly, was clearly ill at
    PWIchad .n by Desmond John- ease.
    son. their inside right while However, this proved to be the
    Krith Walrotl scored the second oest West Indies opening partner-
    wtth a powerful shot from well *hip of the lour. They steadily
    outside the goal area. .mproved and Christian!, after
    The lone goal for Pickwick- taking 100 minutes to reach. 50. A
    the fore-hand
    volleys.
    Manning's back and tore hand
    tn r, .,-i stead, and Si tunes
    briUlanl and but cveitwad was
    good. At times, he n. c!c extreme-
    ly tttm passim shotl when Munro
    ilng up to tin BM
    Victor*
    THE VISITING Tranquillity Tennts Team from Trini JS^,wS fo.^'anuuiu'ity
    dad had things their own way yesterday as they won all ,he game was quite even and thero
    four of the cames played aainst Savannah et a! Clubs at were good patches of net plaj
    Garrison. Mlto lfe,d won mosI oi hcr P?1."-3
    Tranquillity are now leading comfortably with H
    Kames as against 6 bv Savamiuh.
    In the Men\ SinSjlcs i*twecn score at 44 but Manning even- in the first set Mrs. Connell
    DeVerteuil (T) and l>. E. tually won the set 79. drives were a bit wide
    third set, the scores were osjed with those tn the secom
    Rovers ivai m,,.,i i T.tvh.1 completed his first centurythe Worme. TranqullUty won I. In the third set. the scores were p^rsxl with those
    then ms.di- ,-,ght. > n,e aeond third of the louring team, in an- e-S. 6-0. They also won the fairly even up to 1 -2. then set when she scored many
    nal, other nfty ladles' Doubles 81. SC. 84. Munro win three games to make ooints from them Her partner
    Not until the board showed 17B in this game. Miss M. Trestrail il_ 51. Maiming rallied back. Miss I. Lenagan was very steady
    The touch off
    taken
    Spartan who defended the north ln two hour"- ""* "ji"111?*,' ,dUI Bnd MUtt A R*'d WV** Ml
    Christian! fall l.b.w. His driving. Connell and Miss t Lenagi
    cutting and hitting to leg were ln the Men's Doubles T
    excellent, and he hit eleven fours. Schiolseth and D. Scandella (T)
    Stollmeyer, not nearly so ag- beat F. D. Barnes and C A 1'at-
    gressive. made some good drives terson 86. 26. 64.
    und leg glances, but he took nearly Well-Contested
    three hours and a half to put to- it,,, ()Ihcr Men's singles between
    gether 83. with only three boun- r Gun-Munro (T) and G H
    danes He fell to a great catch Mann|ng WM a wcll contested
    - "- gully by Doggart who flung e whltn w,.tlI lh(. Ihree w
    If sideways and held the hall Bnd wa, nna||y won bv Gun-
    t.ear the ground Munro. 7-4. 57. 63
    Worrell and Weekes
    H I Kensington boys were
    tlrst to attack Wilkes beat hii
    way down the left wing but the
    Spartan bocks tackled him and
    ili.,nil before he could shoot
    goal wards
    Outside
    Soon after Robinson, on the
    left wing for Hovers, got hold of hi
    the ball and took a shot. Gib-
    bons in the back hue for Spartai
    stopped the ball and pushed it Thcn'came Worrell and Weekes, ln *be ilrst set. Munro started
    outside. Wilkes kicked a cornei unj, driving and hitting to leg off by winning his game conceri-
    bUt Ihl Spartan defem-p <.n had powerfullj la add 166 VrttbOUt "r,lv ""' I'"'11'
    iho ball mid-field. being parted In the last hour and
    A few minutes later Spartan fifty minutes. Weekes scored so
    rounl when Boyc. freely, that he reached 102 in 101
    afti'i leeeivlng a pass from one minutes. So far the match has
    of the halves, ran down the left .voided 073 runs for -'x wickets
    wing and centred The ball t ^mbidqsn >!
    truck Hie right upright and re- u,, < w b ci iiimi in
    bunded Into play Johnson, who ""*[* 'J^^m *-*""*"'" "
    was boring though, pounced on SSmjl I CSiriiaaal
    tin' ball and shot hard into the Slav not out
    U ft corner of the nets while
    Hill, the Rovers custodian, was
    out Of position. Total ifor *Wk-U lrc
    Tin- second goal for Spartan
    without any fuss. Keith
    r. in..
    r-ll si lcti:
    I. aixldard
    Ml 2 *S7. I
    WaleoN who was well outsld->
    UM fOSu IfSSB, t'H>k a hard shot
    which went into the left corner
    of the nets while Hill stood gaz-
    ing .it the rroaa bar.
    UNO ANA1.VSI*
    i>llm*Yi
    WmH>* no! ..ui
    i wku i
    VatraOM
    HaiiiadM
    At half time the score was un- JS*1'*"''"*
    changed. Spartan were first to attack on resumption and nearly sioiinn
    their third goal when
    Chase centred. Walcott received
    the ball and took a "powder-
    puff" shot. Hill pushed the ball
    back into play and Trotman. who
    was standing In front the goal,
    had a try but the ball struck the ral
    left upright and rebounded.
    A tew minutes later a melee wart
    look place in the Rovers goal *
    area but Mike Foster somehow S'i"
    got hold of the ball and cleared.
    Bowen. in the Spartan back sievm
    line was well up and the ball
    went over his head. Taylor ran
    through and beat Harris with a
    high shot to open the account
    for his team.
    Rovers nearly got the equalise!
    about flve minutes before the
    blow-off. A free kick was award- MEUIOURNK, May 17.
    ed and Foster punched the ball Australia would refuse tu plaj
    to Wilkes. Before Wilkes could Japan should Japan be re-admit
    settle the ball Wells ran across ed to the Davis Cup ljiwn Tennis
    " A. Pitt,
    Australian
    Australia Would
    Refuse To Play
    and took a lusty kick which went eriea, sxcordlng to Mr
    high over the cross bar Vice-president of the J
    l-i.Mi Tennis Association
    The teams were: Mr Pitt said today that, should
    Spartan. Harris. Gibbons. Bow- Japan be allowed to compete. Ow-
    en. Cadogan. Haynes. Chase, only _C0Ui?r_^penJ0 ^E"!!* .'_'
    Johnson. Walcott. Trotman, Boyce
    uld be to
    i
    and Gittens
    llckwuk-Hovers Hill. Pro-
    verbs. It. Atkinson. J. Hunte.
    Foster. V Hunte. Wells. Taylor.
    Wilkes. Cioney and Robinson.
    Referee D. Saycrs. Lines-
    men: F. Hoyos and O. Graham
    Irawn against Japan
    scratch.
    He was commenting on the de-
    cision of the Australian Lawn
    Tennis Association to oppose
    Japan's reentry to the series
    * hen the Davis Cup nation" meet
    in London on July 6th.
    Renter.
    They'll Do It Every Time
    By Jimmy Hatlo
    :llopped three games In a row,
    making it 3- 1 against him, but
    back to make the score 33.
    He lost the next to make it 43
    in favour of Manning And then
    evened it at 55 anil went on to
    win the next two games and the
    set.
    In the second set, Manning
    the first two games, lost the third
    and went on to win two
    make the score 4I bl his fav-
    our.
    Munro then evened up with the
    TRINIDAD. B.C. DRAW
    HOCKCY GAME
    iSjMaaa
    GEORGETOWN. B.G.
    May. 18
    Trinidad drew 33 with G.C.C.
    at Bourdu to-day in an exciting
    game full of thrills Norman
    Wight one. Rollers two. scored
    for B.G. Glaisher two. Shepherd
    for Trinidad. Second test
    will be played on Friday
    B'dot Friendly Football
    TODAY'S
    I'enrad* * Bri
    IlilriiT Mr. I C
    nal *. Haph
    (Jramluoii
    TODAY
    Sun Rises: 5.3S am.
    Sun Seta: 6 13 pjn
    Mom iliiHt Quarter! Ma.
    M
    Lighting: TM p.m
    High Water: 4.t* am., 5 3-1
    Ma
    YKSTKKDAY
    Rainfall (Codrlnilon) l
    in.
    Total ror month ><
    day: 3.W lna.
    Ttsfiperalure (Max.) 64.5 I
    Temperature (Mini THO I
    Wind DlreeUon i9 am i i:.
    (I p.m.) K by N
    Wind Velocity: 10 miles pt r
    hour
    Barometer <9 a.m ) 19 4!'.
    (1 p m i M.ass
    'atcwing tme care-
    Ul hostess make like
    the salva6e corps
    Thamx "no
    BsTTTVAuCC COO^^R.
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